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Group Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Title: Marketing Florida citrus
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Title: Marketing Florida citrus
Series Title: Market news service on fruits and vegetables
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Production and Marketing Administration
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service
United States -- Consumer and Marketing Service
Florida -- Marketing Bureau Section
Florida -- Marketing Bureau
Federal-State Market News Service
United States -- Bureau of Agricultural Economics
United States -- War Food Administration
Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture. -- Division of Marketing
Publisher: The Service
Place of Publication: Washington D.C
Publication Date: 1946-1947
Frequency: annual
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Subject: Farm produce -- Marketing -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruit industry -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Citrus fruits -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
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Statement of Responsibility: Market News Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Division of Fruits and Vegetables and the Florida State Marketing Bureau.
Issuing Body: Issued by: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, War Food Administration, 1942-1944; by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Production and Marketing Administration, 1944-1953; by U.S. Dept of Agriculture, Agricultural Marketing Service, 1938-1942/1953-1964; by Federal-State Market News, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Consumer and Marketing Service, Florida Dept. of Agriculture, Division of Marketing, Marketing Bureau, 1964-
General Note: Place of publication varies : Lakeland, Fla. 1937-
General Note: Description based on: 1925/26; title from cover.
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UNIV STAM MS WARIUT OF 07AMIOU L
Ptcbuctom .zm )Mkteting- Administration
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MARM NEWS SEWIGE ON MJITS & VEGETABLiES











MhPKTMZTM FIOBDA~ CIMJ5
SMWARY 07 1946-47 SEAS.M
By
H. F. Willson


Iakeland, Florida


Oatober 15, 1947




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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 Florida citrus Exchange; the
Florida State Department of Agriculture; the
State Plant Board; the Florida Citrus Commission
and the Department of Agricultural Economics,
Agricultural Experiment Station, University of
Florida.
Shipments, unloads and other similar
data for the 1946-47 season are subject to re-
vision on account of late and corrected reports
which are not yet available. Again, as in pre-
vious seasons, every effort has been cade to in-
clude in the annual citrus summary, data which
will be of most value to the Industry. We have
endeavored to include basic statistics suitable
for comparisons with past seasons.















TABLE OF OONITTS


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General Conments


Carlot Shipments by Weeks --
Bail and Boat Oranges & Tangerines ..
Grapefruit . . . .
Bail,Boat & Express Mixed Citru . . . . .
Segregation, Florida Citrus Shipments, by Rail, Boat and Truck
Total Shipments Florida Citrus, 1946-47 and 1945-46 Seasons .
Mixed Car Analysis, Florida Bail Shipments . . . . .
Florida Citrus Used by Canners, 1946-47 Season . . . .
Production & Utilization Total U. S. Citrus 1943/44.
to Florida Citrus
i" California Citrus
Tex., Ariz. & La. Citrus

Carlot Unloads, 100 U.S. Cities & 5 Canadian Cities, July 1946 t


-1945/46 Inc.

it t1
If n

rough July 3


Oranges . . . . . . .
Grapefruit . . . . . . .
Tangerines
Mixed Citrus ......
Truck Receipts in 12 U. S. Cities, July 1946 through July 1947
Oranges, Grapefruit and Tangerines . . . . . .
Bail and Boat Distribution of Florida Citrus, 1946-47 Season . .
Boat Destinations, Florida Citrus, 1946-47 Season . . . .
Recapitulation of Citrus Distribution, by States, Past 7 Seasons
Interstate Truck Distribution, Florida Citrus, 1946-47 Season . .
Weighted Average Auction Prices --
Oranges Florida and California . . . . .
Grapefruit Florida Seed and Seedless . . . .
Florida and Texas . . . . . .
Tangerines Florida Only . . . . . .
Florida Averages By Markets, Past 12 Years . . . .
Orange and Grapefruit Production, by States, 1889-1946 . . .
Citrus Trees Moved From Florida Nurseries . . . . . .
Certified Lime Shipments . . . . . . . . . .


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UNIHSD STAES VEPAE3R T OF LAGICULTOBE
Production aan Markting Administration
and. the
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Cooperating




moRIT IES SERVICE OS rBUIS AND VEGETABLS

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*m W SEIS== FlORIDA CITIES
SUtgg4p OF 1946-4? SEASQC

Daily market reports on .citrus
were. issued at Laoland, Florida fr m Oct. 2,
1946 to June 6, 1947, inclusive.






Florida's 1946-47 citrus crop was among the first major fresh foods to experience
the 'switch' from a seller's to a.buyer's market or the transition from the very prosperous
war years back to highly competitive selling approaching pre-war conditions. Practically
_--ever since Pearl Harbor, the consumer bo ht thout questioning quality or counting pennies,
SBy early Fall 1946, however, there was ch evidence of more discriminate buying, partly due
to necessity on account of the consistent advance in the cost of living, but also because it
was possible with the ample supplies of the many competitive commodities to again 'pick and
'-z choose' Florida's citrus prices fell far short of the pre-season expectations, particular-
Sly since production and marketing expenses were at an all-time peak. In addition to a pro-
spective record crop, the season opened with unseasonable weather, both at shipping-point
and consuming centers, and a heavy "carry-over" of costly canned citrus juices. Teperatur-
es during the latter part of October set a record hih throughout the eastern half of the
United States and created marketing problems for receivers and retailers as well as shippers.
Even in early November, there were no killing frosts in many areas in the East and North,
with the result tender crops that normally are not available, continued in sufficient quanti-
ties to conflict with incoming winter supplies of fresh fruits and vegetables. Retailers
also, in too many instances, were reluctant to accept smaller margins of profit and sh in-
creased volume sales at less money. The surplus of high-priced canned citrus juices (45-46
season) over and above normal consumption prior to the available 46-47 pack was due in part
to tho exceedingly heavy supplies purchased at high levels and processed towards the close
of 1945-46 when ceiling prices were in effect on citrus for fresh channels and removed on
fruit for canning purposes a period when the consumer demand and buying power were as yet
uncurbed. Shipments of fresh oranges and grapefruit were heavy in October and November. By
the first part of November, with an abundance of fresh citrus and plenty of canned stocks
available, auction averages of Florida oranges were the lowest ab this time of the season in
six years as Interior fruit in wirebound boxes averaged $2.74 for the week ending Nov. 8th.
During December 1946 and January 1947, in particular, but also immediately before and follow-
ing to a lesser extent, the retail prices of Florida's 1945-46 canned citrus were drastical-
ly reduced and furnished the keenest competition for fruit in fresh channels. Auction aver-
ages continued to decline and, by the week ending Jan. 24th, an all season low was reached
when Interior oranges and Marsh Seedless grapefruit, in wirebound boxes, averaged $2.22 and
$2.02, respectively. During this period, the Industry called various meetings to cope with
the marketing problems involved, but there was little or no centralized constructive action.
The mild open winter held into January,. then temperatures went into reverse with a vengeance.
On Feb. 5th and 6th, and again Feb. 9th, 10th and Uth, the severe cold wave which gripped
the Nation dipped deep into Florida and sent citrus prices surging upward.. '- umusaluJy









high prices, however, lasted for only one week and -then dropped back to a level consistent-
ly below that of the preceding year. Weather conditions again became a dominant factor.
The two months following the freeze were ideal in the State for the recovery of citrus trees
and the salvaging of fruit. Ih6 amount of citrus shipped after the cold snap far exceeded
the general predictions or expectations of the Trade and a common feeling of pessimism pre-
vailed. For the seven-weeks period beginning with the week ending Apr. 18th, there was a
marked decline in f.o.b prices of Valencias despite only a moderate movement. Rain restrict-
ed pickings the last of May and brought higher prices the first week in June. Auction prices
generally showed considerable flucuation throughout the remainder of the season, but were
higher than the May level. Much agitation was manifested by various groups and individuals
during most of the marketing period for higher maturity standards and grading to tie in with
additional research work, more comprehensive advertising, expanded outlets at home and abroad
and centralized sales, but the season closed without the united solidarity needed to more
efficiently merchandise the State's steadily increasing citrus crop now definitely in the
one hundred million box bracket.
For the 1946-47 season, Florida's production of oranges, grapefruit and tangerines
showed an increase of a little less than one and one-half million boxes over the preceding
year. Early and mid-season oranges were reported at 30 500,000 boxes, Valencias 23,200,000,
tangerines 4,700,000, seedless grapefruit 14,000,000 a seed grapefruit 15,000,000 for a
grand total of 87,400,000 compared to 86,000,000 in 1945-46. he production of oranges, grae-
fruit and tangerines for the Unted States was 179 120,000 boxes compared to 167,800,000 a
year ago and a 10-year average 1935-44) of 121,53,000 an increase of approximately 11 mil-
lion above 1945-46 and nearly 58 million over the 10-yr. average. The first forecast of the
1946-47 season, or as of Oct. 1st, placed Florida's total production of citrus slightly in
excess of the much discussed 100 million box crop or at 101,700,000 boxes, but adverse weath-
er conditions in February cut this figure appreciably. There were an estimated 900,000 boxes
of Early and mid-season oranges, 800,000 tangerines, 800,000 seedless and 1,800,000 other
grapefruit in the State not harvested owing to economic conditions.
Total shipments of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines (including rail, boat,
truck, express and the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars) reached a grand total of 90,211 cars
or 64,716 cars of oranges, 19,779 grapefruit and 5,716 tangerines. Compared with last sea-
son's total of 84,587 cars, the movement increased 5,624 cars. Florida shipments continued
much later than a year ago. For the week ending June 28th, there were 597 straight rail ship-
ments of oranges and nearly 100 cars of grapefruit. Light movement extended into August. On
Jan. 12th, 1947, boat shipments from the State were resumed and continued through May, after
a lapse of nearly five years, due to war conditions.
ihe combined offerings of Florida oranges, grapefruit and tangerines on the 10 auction
markets during the 1946-47 citrus season were 50 per cent heavier than a year ago or in 1945-
46. Tangerines were only slightly heavier or around 10 per cent, but oranges and grapefruit
each increased over one-half. Auction offerings a year ago, however, were urnsually light.
Averages were more than $1.00 a box lower on oranges with the difference on grapefruit and
half-boxes of tangerines around 50O a box less. In comparing auction prices of recent sea-
sons, due consideration should be given to the high cost of production in contrast to the
years before the war. The returns, as indicated by the auction averages, are gross and not
net. Florida oranges from all districts averaged $3.50 a box compared to $4.58 in 1945-46,
a decline of $1.08 a box For the previous three years, or 1942-43 through 1944-45, season-
al averages were $3.79, $3.89 and $4.48 respectively; and one mnst go back five years to find
a season with a lower average or 1941-42 with $2.83. The volume of Florida oranges offered
at auction was the heaviest of the past five years. Grapefruit comparisons with correspond-
ing periods (both as to price and volume) were almost identical with oranges, or the largest
amount in five years and the lowest average in four season 1942-43 being a little under
1946-47. The grapefruit average for all districts, varieties and containers was $3.29 a box
for 7,094 cars contrasted to 4,386 ears at $3.82 a year ago, a decline of 530 a box in 1946-
47. Florida's tangerine average was the lowest and the volume sold at auction the highest
in the last four seasons. 2,403 cars averaged $2.17 per half-box ccqpared to 2,2Q1 at $2.61
in 1945-46, a decline of 44" per half-box or the equivalent of 880 per 1-3/5 bu. (standard)
box. Indian River Section accounted for 20 per cent of the oranges and 55 per cent of the
grapefruit offered at auction.
Florida canners processed nearly 20 million boxes of oranges in 1946-47, or an in-
crease of better than 1/2 million boxes over a year ago. Grapefruit fell far short of the
1945-46 figure of approximately 22 million or was slightly less than 16 million. She tan-
gerine season's total almost doubled the volume .of 1945-4. Totals for the season were
19,825,485 oranges, 15,864,346' grapefruit and 930,751 tangerines for a grand total of
36,620,582 boxes. Florida citrus was processed a full eleven months during 1946-47, start-
ing in a small way the week ending Sept. 21st and closing the season -ith -.ro-un 5,000 boxes









accounted for during the week'-ening Aug. 23rd. Oranges started off the season at about
the' same time as in 1945-46, but the average weekly utilization wa~ consistently less until
the middle of January. Through Jan. 11, 1947, approximately 4 million boxes of oranges had
been processed compared to early 5 1/2 million the preceding doeson. Frem mid-January
through the month of March, -te orange pack was heavy and considerably more'than during the
same period last year. There were three weeks when the quantity exceeded 1,000 000 boxes per
week. B k Mar. 29th, canners had used 13,385,693 boxes compared to. only 11,581,980 the pre-
vious year. Throughout April and UayW, the amount of oranges utilized each week was around
1/2 million boxes which was decidedly less than a year ago when the pack at this time was re-
latively heavy. Beginning in June, there was a gradual decrease in the amount used with
light volume continuing through Aug. 23rd. the. grapefruit pack during the 1946-47 season
averaged around 1/2 million boxes or slightly more per week after canning operations got un-
der full swing the first of December and continued through April. Beginning in rMay, the
amount of grapefruit canned decreased considerably with the season also closing the latter
part of August. The seasonal volume of tangerines utilized (approaching 1,000,000 boxes)
was the heaviest the week before Christ ms, and the one ending Jan. 11th, when the amount pro-
cessed exceeded 100,000 boxes per week. Volume canning of tangerines started the latter
part of November and extended through the week ending March first.



Florida s 1946-47 orange market was anything but consistent. It ranged from pre-
season optimism, when "on tree" sales of $2.00, $2.25 and even a few $2.50 were mde in the
late suirmer of 1946, to all but the depths of pessimism just before the freeze in early Febru-
ary 1947, hecn the auction averages on Interior fruit barely exceeded the $2.00 ark. Then
came the freeze and 'presto' over-night everything looked much brighter. Auction prices
immediately almost doubled, but shortly settled to a level much higher than prevailed during
the low January period. Beginning about the middle of April and continuing through May,
there was a gradual decline in both f.ob and "on tree" prices. .here was a sharp upturn,
again, the first week in June on account of vey light shipments the last of May due to rains.
Straight rail shipments got under way during the first week in October with 88 cars accounted
for by rail, truck and express with.the proper proportion of 'mixed'. This movement increas-
ed, to 263 the following week and juped to 1,126 cars during the week ending Oct. 19th Then
came an all-time record for early season shipments when 2,104 cars of Florida oranges (or
well over a million boxes) rolled the week ending Oct. 26th. To better illustrate just how
heavy this movement was as compared to the corresponding weeks in previous seasons, Floridats
orange shipments for the last five years totaled only 1,278, 855, 871, 723 and 507 cars.
California Valencias were cleaning up and, during the last two weeks of October and the first
two in November, the movement from that State was very light, with two weeks accounting for
only 132 straight rail cars. Ihe market, however, broke almost immediately. Auction aver-
ages on Interior Brunes dropped nearly $2.00 a box or to a $3.30 weekly average contrasted to
$5.17 the week previous. This. record-breaking eary movement, ordinary eating quality, un-
seasonably warm weather at shipping points as well as northern terminals, poor ca in quali-
ty with considerable decay on arrival and a mnre critical consumer, were all contributing fac-
tors in the abrupt price decline. Auction prices levelled off beginning the last week in
November and throughout the remainder of 1946 ranged from $2.59 to $2.94 on Interior oranges
in wire-bound boxes. The weather during this period was much too warm both in Florida and
the northern markets for best handling and supplies accumulated. To further complicate, mat-
ters, there was a car shortage in early December and talk of a possible shortage of tin.
Competition from other fruits was very keen. For the week ending Jan. 4th, the auction aver-
ages on Interior fruit in standard wirebound boxes advanced approximately 500 a box, largely
on account of the temporarily light supplies following the shipping holiday in the State be-
tween Dec. 23rd and 31st, inclusive, but dropped more than 40l the following wnek. Further
declines of 50b and 204 for subsequent weeks resulted in an all season low of $2.22 per box
for the weak ending Jan. 25th. Supplies of mid-season oranges continued heavy and the f.c.b
price of $1.50 to $1.75 during the last two weeks in January was the lowest of the year. By
the middle ard latter part of January, Pineapple oranges sold on the tree at 25-50O with some
shippers handling with a guarantee of kno "red' ink. Fme juice orange price delivered to the
cannery was mostly around 500 a box during this period. Receivers had no confidence in the
market and meny preferred to handle on account. The outlook for the remainder of the season
was black, indeed.. then the FIEEZE and the weekly auction average on Interior oranges in
wire-bound boxes, jumped from $2.76 to $4.60 for the& week ending Feb. 15th. This was imnedi-
ately followed by a drop of $1.28 a box to an average of $3.32 for the week of Feb. 22nd.
Through the rest of the heavier shipping season, auction averages on Interior wire-bound box-
es ranged generally $3.00-3.75 with an occasional week slightly higher. During the week end-
ing Feb. 22nd and Mar. 1st, shipments of oranges were very light due to unfavorable weather
which curtailed pickings. Ihe immediately available supplies were limited, but with good
weather the first part of March, weekly fresh shipments of oranges exceeded theA one rallion









box mark for two successive weeks. During' the last of March and continuing through the
first of April,-good quality Valencias .sold&ostly at $2.00 on the tree.. Between the lat-
ter part of April and the; middle of, May, -shipme ts of Florida nges averaged around 1,700
cars per week. Demand, however, was slow a ,o.b prices gD'adual declined... On tree
ricesalso dropped lowpr with occasional crops f Valncias selling the last of May around
.00 a box. ipents during the third week in My were fairly 1ght as swmer rains. start-
ed. 'te latter part of tbh week. Daily rains, continued the week following with the result
movement again was very light. During the first week in June, both..the auction and f.o.b
prices advanced. Auction averages throughout the remainder of the season generally ranged
from $3.40 to $4.00 per box on Interior fruit in wire-bound, boxes with exception of the
last few cars which were higher. Movement helA up surprisingly well. 932 cars of orange
were shipped from the State by rail and truck (including the proper proportion of 'mie')
during the week ending June 22d. and 710 car, the following week. however, by the first
week in July, the movanent dropped off- sharply,

GRaPEgi'TIT
he grapefruit season in Florida got off to an early start with 14 straight rail cars
out Sept. 12th and more than 50 cars a day beginning Sept. 20th. By the week ending Oct. 5,
the weekly movement via rail and truck (with the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars) totaled
680. Auction averages of Florida Interior Seedless, in wire-bound boxes, ranged mostly
$3.25 to $4.00 a box until Nov. 1st, with the first few offerings around the $5.00 mark. It
was during this period that the second heaviest shipping weektof the season occurred or
the week ending Oct. 19th, fwen.a grand total of 75 cars of Florida grapefruit from all
carriers, was shied. Movement from Texas did not begin until the last of October or the
week ending Oct. 26th with 258 straight rail cars leaving Florida the markets up to this
time. As Texas shipments increased and Florida s movement continued in moderate volume, the
demand slackened and auction prices dropped. throughout November and December, Interior
seedless grapefruit averaged mostly $2.50 to $3.00 per wire-bound box. During the latter
part of January and the first of February, auction prices were at a low ebb with a weekly
$2.02 average the lowest of the season for the week ending Jan. 25th. Following the freeze,
averages dumped to $3.73.but declined to $2.90 the next week and ranged mostly from $2.25 to
$2.75 during March April and May. Throughout 1946-47, Florida's grapefruit market, while
showing some marked fluctuations, was considerably more stable than oranges. Cannery prices
showed considerable range opening at relatively high levels, but during most of December,
January, February, March and April, the delivered juice price generally was aroi nd 500 a box.
*During May, the juice price declined to a mostly of 35-450 delivered. Peak shipments of the
season occurred during the week ending May 3rd, when the equivalent of 797 cars of Florida
grapefruit moved out by rail, boat and truck, with the proper proportion of 'mixed' included.
Demand was good and this late in the season Texas was moving only a little more than one-half
the volume shipped during, the height of the shipping period. Beginning Apr. 24th, all grape-
fruit shipments from Texas had to be sterilized. During the first two weeks in June, Florida' s
total movement including truck and 'mixed. cars was 422 and 342 cars respectively. After the
middle of June, shipments declined rapidly anX. only 23 cars were out for the week ending July
'5th. During June end continuing through the rest of the season, auction averages were gener-
ally $3.00 a box or more on Interior seedless in wire-bound boxes.



Tangerine shipments were the lightest of any season during the past five years or
totaled only 5,716 cars compared to 7,235, 7,847, 7,363 and 8,214 respectively from 1945-46
to 1942-43 inclusive. The movement began about one week earlier than a year ago but, with
a.crop all of one bloom and,unfavorable weather, the season's shipments were over by Apr.
12th compared to June 8th.in 1946 a difference of eight weeks, Peak movement occurred
during the week ending Dec. 21st, when a total of 784 cars were shipped; and a second peak
followed immediately after the Christmas holidays, when shipments totaled 656 cars for the
week ending Jan. llth. Buyers having high priced., 'on tree" fruit made every effort to pack
and ship before Christmas or at the earliest possible time thereafter. She lowest auction
price of the season occurred during the week ending Jan 18th, when half-boxes averaged only
$1.13. As the season got under way, a high average of 3.20 for all 10 auctions was main-
tained for consecutive weeks ending Nov, ,16th and 23rd. 'he average again exceeded $3.00 for
the light offerings the first week in January and then at the close of the season when sup-
plies were diminishing half-boxes averaged above the $3.00 mark for six weeks. weightedd av-
erage for the season was $2.17 per half-box. The warm weather during November, December and
January affected the tangerine market much the same as oranges and there was a wide range in
prices both f.o.b and at auction.









MAXIUM PRICES F. 0. B. PACKING HOUSE


7/ 1/46 7/26/46
7/25146 8/22/46

FIORMID CIOUgS F5UIT In 1-3/5 bu. standard box

ORPgN.S


8/23/46 9/ 1/46 10/ 1/46
8/31/46 9/30/46 10/23/46 10124/46


Interior
Indian River


Interior White
Indian River White
All Sections Pink

(Including T eples,
Kings Clementines,
Tangelos & Satsumas)



TEXAS CITIJS FRUIT In 1-3/5 bu.


(aAEFT=IT --- White
Pink


No Price
Control
Legislation
In Effect


$4.00
$4.25


$2.92
$3.42
$3.32


$4.66 $4.66


standard box

$4.00
$2.92
$3.32


CALIFOi~IA-ARIZONA CITRUS FRUIT 1-2/5 bu. standard
OBAHmES $4.60
CRAPS~ IT --- White $3.64
Pink $3.19


box
$4.97
$3.64
$3.19


$5.09


$4.97
Decon-
troled


Note Tree-to-car cost allowances used by 0. P. A. in above maximum prices are as follows:
From Lay 27 to Sept. 30, 1946 all areas Oranges $1.30 per box, Tangerines $1.76

per box, Grapefruit- Florida & Texas $1.20 per box, California & Arizona $1.21.
Oct. 1 24, 1946 Oranges- Florida & Texas $1.36 per box, California $1.42.
Theoretical maximum "on-tree" prices may be computed by deducting from the f. o. b.
maxiumn price the related tree-to-car allowance.


$4.13
$4.58


$4.37
$4.62


$2.92
$3.42
$3.32


All Citrus
Prices
Decontrol-
ed


$4.07
$4.52


Decon-
troled




i


$4.07
Decon-
troled


$4.37
$2.92
$3.32


$4.13









DISTRIBUTION OF FIORIDA CIT~S 1946-47 SEASON


Bail destinations were obtained on 46,710 cars of oranges, 13,346 grapefruit,
3,484 tangerines and 7,110 mixed citrus a grand total of 70,650 cars. More than 4 million
boxes by truck were also tabulated on Inter-State movement.
In comparing the rail distribution with shipments, it should be kept in mind that
shipments were made before the Market Tews Office on citrus was opened and after it was
closed and these destinations were not made available. Also unavailable were destinations
on 3,614 cars of l.c.l mixed citrus (consolidated into carlots) via express.
Passings through the Florida gateways, Potonac Yard, Cincinnati and Russell, Ky.
(corrected by diversions) form the basis of the distribution figures.












CAR LOADINGS, FLORIDA CI~JUS

Ihe average rail load of Florida citrus during the 1946-47 season, as compiled by
the Florida Citrus Exchange at Tampa, Florida, was almost identical with 1945-46 or 505.6
compared to 505.3. Segregated: 1946-47 -- oranges 504.5, grapefruit 517.1 and
tangerines 474.0; 1945-46 -- oranges 505.2, grapefruit 515.1 and tangerines 480.9.
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. It was through ad-
visable to use constant conversion figures inasmuch as loading requirements have flucuated
and still flucuate from time to time.






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Note: Carlot shipments (rail, boat and express) by weeks oranges & tangerines, grape-
fruit and mixed citrus were taken from the "Weekly Summary of Carlot Shipments"
&s released by the Washington Office of the Production and marketing Administration.
(Subject to correction.)

O-RAMES AND TANGERINES CALOT SWIPMEHTS (BAIL &c OA ). BY WKS

&d- 1 FLORIfIA CALIF.* TEXaS* ARIZ. ALL OTTERS* TOTALS -
1946-47 f 1945-46 146-47 45- 4 6-47 45-46 46-47 45.46 447 45-46 46-47 45-46


Ors. Tang Tng-s.


1946

8/31
9/ 7
14
21

105
12
19

16
11/2
9
16
23

18
21
28

1
8
2T1
8

15
22
3/1


19

17
22
465


21


19
26
17
24







9
d7







16
23
19
8/2
9
16
23


1
22
94
643
1708
1517
781
1493
1404
1206
1344
1998
1520
57

1028
1330
1402
1181
1205
1288
1378
885
1056
1612
1623
1313
1813
1442
1459
1303
1353
1318
1265
1364
1081
726
1169
930
760
597
282
188
43
16
17
13
20
2


--

2 -
38
184 1
501 -
973 -
1 1013
28 918 6
93 879 45
173 1192 166
314 1128 246
358 1289 297
274 1975 421
323 880 375
21 398 110

367 1406 315
406 1327 196
140 902 45
183 900 54
198 1554 129
114 1356 171
43 1251 228
10 1306 194
35 1118 74
12 1768 133
11 1340 162
2 1257 151
3 1343 80
3 1576 91
1 1787 55
1684 36
1645 18
1406 9
1309 4
1040 1
518 -
967 -
687 -
553 -
332 -
161 -
44 -
15 -
2 -


1259 1883
1067 1758
1100 1793
1064 1843
1159 1593
927 1481
-842 1516
553 1304
276 991
42 524
90 438
236 422
647 967
1173 1544
1253 1181
1524 1059
912 882
546 675

643 892
1007 1064
925 901
1148 959
975 905
900 1007
1101 1146
1109 1118
880 1092
970 948
1073 836
974 611
1C46 702
1046 406
911 531
845 1084
1019 1374
1106 1507
1277 1235
1297 1387
1324 588
1022 1440
1162 1414
1361 1572
1233 1593
1215 892
891 894
1016 1160
1245 1148
1253 1445
1306 1349
1492 1254
1487 1317
"1431 1267


1 27
49 98
149 91
81 86
62 73
80 156
98 183
89 159
159 206
79 145
101 98

128 163
122 142
154 107
149 158
82 187
106 212
297 106
143 86
93 107
111 109
81 76
68 60
57 63
37 51
41 36
31 18
29 19
31 4
23 2
15
7 1
1 -
4
6


3
31
80
91
87
57
34
28
15
37
25
24
19
13
5
9
15
8
32
53
35
31
27
46
111
85
50
24
31
9
12
4


6 4
14 7
12 13
12 14
10 10
11 8
6 4
16 7
13 4
3 1
2 2
4 4
2
4 3
7 3
8 1
4
1
- -1


1259 1883
1C67 1758
1100. 1793
1064 1843
1160 1595
949 1519
936 1701
1197 1832
2039 2066
1723 1635
998 1461
1937 1436
2405 2522
2886 3189
3113 3021
4033 3755
2905 2343
783 1316
2195 2806
2881 2748
2631 1992
2673 2099
2472 2802
2420 2769
2825 2744
2148 2709
2064 2401
2713 2973
2826 2422
2407 2111
2983 2241
2575 2159
2443 2440
2210 2849
2432 3102
2490 3037
2611 2635
2707 2478
2446 1131
1759 2438
2346 2110
2301 2137
1995 1929
1813 1053
1174 938
1204 1175
1288 1150
1269 1445
1323 1349
15C7 1254
1507 1317
1433 1267


TOTAL 46298 3113 41927 3813 52360 58892 2764 3029 955 1131 135 86 105625108878
Includes a few cars tangerines






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GRAPEMJIT -- CAPLOT TSIEMNTS. (RAIL & BOAT) BY WEEKS


eek FOI CIAIF. TEIS ARIZ. ALL OTHRS TOTALS Imports
ing 46-47 45-46 46-47 45-46 46-47145-46 147 14F46 4471446 4647 46-47451 5-446
(Cuba)


63 -
39 -
23 -
10 -


-. 356 -
- 258. 857 31 -
- 566 701 66 8
8 414 412 91 49
8 630 484 84 103
7 718 559 53 81 -
9 565 734 53 59 -
7 588 678 36 41 -
10 651 702 44 31 -
15 376 437 26 27 -
10 471 420 15 27 -


1948
T8/31
9/.7
14
21
28
10/5
12

16



19
11/2
9
16
23
30
127
14
21
28
1947


18
25
2/1
8
15
22
3/1
8
15
22

4r5
29
19
26
5/3
10
17
24
31
67
4
21
28
7/5
12
19
26
8/2
9
16
23


5 1
59 10
223 39
419 261
620 552
455 641
630 531
441 474
348 384
329 262
308 .200
252 232
210 217
263 237
216 228
268 262
9 101

209 255
295 365
362 273
316 267
323 306
246 259
179 295
254 257
362 178
362 282
327 330
325 299
469 338
383 381
347 375
384 450
541 467
628 323
564 286
454 341
305 155
233 373
280 355
235 299
126 65
88 7
18 2
21
25 1
10 -
7 -
4 -


76
107
128
45
8
7



1-
2
3
5
5
7
3
3


TOTAL 13737 12216 2234 2265 22017 21395 1758 2503 39746 38379 82 15


76 63
- 112 40
187 33
268 49
427 268
S 627 552
- 455 642
630 887
730 1331
980 1093
835 731
- 1024 795
- 1026 879
- 833 1019
- 892 963
- '918 971
- 673 741
- "498 558

707 872
- 1077 1211
- 1353 1109
1089 1134
975 1150
- 1227 1080
- 1218 1266
- 1053 1206
- 1311 967
- 1441 1109
1662 1249
- 1408 1045
- 1678 1107
- 1147 1370
- 1088 1391
- 1072 1281
1292 1086
- ,1277 746
- 1239 794
- 946 841
- 653 512
- 477 909
- 598 967
- 591 755
- 383 262
- 370 131
214 108
- 244 194
- 245 227
177 192
135 189
87 147
56 82
62 75


7 480
18 749
23 936
18 732
8 612
9 948
7 1005
10 754
13 919
10 1049
18 1291
25 1051
21 1172
32 732
34 690
33 632
35 706
32 581
31 611
43 425
26 264
75 162
135 134
132 105
43 25
59 12
72 3
174
220
192
189
147
82
75


577 14 33 -
782 28 46 -
767 49 46
802 35 47
790 34 46
772 26 40 -
920 29 44
886 39 53
738 26 38
789 26 28
871 38 30 -
678 23 43
693 27 55
889 21 68
887 39 95 -
695 44 103
514 29 70
350 46 41
404 36 73
338 41 119
240 46 91
248 57 213
252 110 225
131 148 193 -
27 97 127 -
8 83 57 -
6 21 28 -
1 22 19 -
9 6 -
5 -

4 -
3 -
5 -






- 3 -


MIED CIBFS CAMOS AIL SBIPMiTS BY WEiES


fL'RIDA CALIFUlLU TEEAS ARIZONA ALL OTERS TOTALS
46-47(45-46 46-47|45-46 46-4745-46 46-47j45-48 46-47145-46 46-47145-46


1946
Aug. 31
Sept. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1947
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23


8
13 -29
45 76
171 114
237 161
185 177
180 181
335 220
454 556
436 769
666 931
1156 1284
1220 883
301 430

504 696
690 633
478 465
409 454
431 675
409 627
240 582
208 512
344 397
337 511
259 501
256 452
281 452
261 433
222 477
249 508
230 514
302 427
267 321
237 344
193 159
192 330
241 255
180 180
112 165
73 43
22 14
13 2
3
7
5 1
4


1 -
96
106 200
177 157
106 128
108 142
155 209
149 287
209 252
339 348
327 349
122 207

117 212
207 292
219 222
S80 254
166 271
186 291
199 241
162 228
147 171
166 150
145 156
136 129
130 128
115 126
77 89
42 91
45 43
36 34
31 10
25 5
14 2
6 2
2
1


TOTAL 13058 16949 1190 1843 4353 5522 145 370 1 14 18747 24698


47 57
31 50
42 48
31 41
12 46
18 54
56 107
179 228
345 370
362 340
289 311
447 362
621 778
602 1069
896 1209
1514 1651
1563 1250
445 648

635 924
913 947
712 703
605 737
608 967
607 937
452 843
386 761
497 583
522 682
421 669
411 592
424 594
3S5 589
313 605
310 633
293 605
349 494
308 375
271 412
216 203
215 401
265 368
210 307
161 270
126 95
83 61
100 80
106 115
84 123
83 124
73 114
58 92
35 74


-- ----- --






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TOTAL FLORIDA CITJS Sg-raENTS RIL 3OAT & TUCK BY .WEKS. 1946-47 SEASON
Includes the proper proportion of 'mixed' cars
& truck shipments- intra & interstate movement.

Oeek ORANGES GRAPE FRUIT TANG RIHNES
Siding **_Raii I *Boat **Track **Rail- *Boat *Tiruck **ail Boa 1**Truc-
rra (nira Cpo "ara Pjfi (Ca, .IcL


1946
Aug. 31
Sept. 7
1-4
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
ov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1947
Jan. .4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
ar 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19.
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23


- *



1
29
119
748
1857
1624
893
1697
1662
1476
1763
2733
2200
260


1
7
59
144
378
247
165
158
223
256
225
413
660
764


5
59
223
419
626
475
696
529
421
392
413
362
300
386
424
529
107


21.
73
71
54
42
54
30
32
42
42
45
37
59
87
78


6
33
119
259
390
482
487
610
61


1343
1705
1587
1339
1356
1402
1348
959
1119
1691
1624
1325
1813
1388
1394
1258
1314
1380
1237
1318
1089
773
1312
1031
833
642
299
198
45
21
21
16
20
2


22
42
56
44
22
4
12
6
3
2
3
3
1


4
17
35
76
84
96
137
174
-


135
116
57
71
88
72
8
23
40
14
3

-
-
-
-
.=


TOTAL 51264 2908 10544 16131 1437 2211 4244 222 1250
**- Corrected. *- Domestic only.


VOI~ VCY~ INY ~CY~ YL3L~ VCI~~ ~CY~







-5-


TOTAL SEIPMETS FLORI.D CITHJS BY WEEKS
1946-47 AND 1945-46 SEASONS

Week 0 RANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANG ERINESI TOTAL
Ending 1946-47 i 1945-46 1946-47 1945-46 194647 1945-46 1946-47 1945-46
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars


1946
Ag.31
Sert. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
iTov, 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1947
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
Mar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
11
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23


1
8
88
263
1126
2104
1789
1051
1920
1918
1701
2176
3393
2964
260

1670
1971
1929
1753
1839
1931
1797
1361
1623
2243
2160
1807
2377
1905
1861
1701
1707
1736
1635
1709
1366
993
1473
1143
932
710
299*
198*
45*
21'
21*
16*
20*
2*


14
107
353
789
1278
1302
1194
1199
1741
1876
2178
3269
1820
790

1986
1892
1420
1381
2237
1981
1836
1813
1523
2278
1841
1738
1806
2000
2226
2139
2107
1789
1617
1349
768
1281
936
715
462
222
54*
17*
2*
1*

-*


5
80
296
490
680
517
750
559
453
434
455
407
337
445
511
607
107

360
528
573
492
518
457
279
416
547
549
469
494
632
576
492
521
691
797
716
590
417
344
422
342
195
131
23*
24*
26*
12*
8*
5*

_*


2
19
52
329
647
738
630
579
482
386
294
348
354
385
428
437
206

443
559
434
470
522
461
468
391
326
480
481
464
505
543
5.73
663
682
537
434
485
249
510
463
388
148
23
6*
1*

-*
-*
-*


10
50
154
335
474
578
624
784
61

601
656
261
290
338
229
72
34
93
34
19
6
7
5
1


5
80
297
498
768
780
1876
2663
2232
1535
2529
2660
2512
3199
4528
4355
428

2631
3155
2763
2535
2695
2617
2148
1811
2263
2826
2648
2307
3016
S2486
2354
2222
2398
2533
2351
229S
1783
1337
1895
1485
1127
841
322*
222*
71*
33*
29*
21*
20*
2*.


2
19
52
343
754
1092
1419
1857
1785
1597
1587
2451
2744
3162
4537
2891
1219

2934
2801
1963
1969
3018
2760
2666
2541
2007
3016
2606
2442
2488
2726
2915
2891
2837
2347
2059
1839
1018
1794
1400
1103
610
245
60*
17*
3*

1*
_*
*
_*


TOTAL 64716 59327 19779 18025 5716 7235 90211 84587
Truck shipments not included unavailable.
Note: Includes rail, boat, truck, express & 'mixed' citrus broken down into proper propor-
tions. Boat & truck reduced to car-lot equivalents on basis 400 boxes per car.






-6 -


FLORIDAl MIXED CAB ANALYSIS. BAIL SSBMSWES 1946-47 SEASON



DRte 0RANIGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
late d e Wk vea e y | ea d eason
Jading oSae I dig g I e


1946

Sept 7 -
14 -
21 -
28 -
Oct, 5 54.5 54.5 45.5 45.5
12 56,5 56.8 43.5 43.2
19 61,2 60,1 38.8 39.9
26 62.9 60.9 37.1 39.1
Nov. 2 57.8 60,5 395 39.4 2.7 0.1
9 62,4 60.9 34.8 37.9 2,8 1.2
16 61.0 61.0 31.3 36.0 7.7 3.0
23 56.8 59.8 24,3 32.7 18.9 7.5.
30 61.9 60.3 20.7 30.1 17,4 9.6
Dec. 7 62.9 60.9 18.5 27,4 18.6 11.7
14 63.6 61.6 18.0 25.0 18.4 13.4
21 55.1 60,3 21.4 24.3 23,5 15,4
.28 54.1 60.1 32.7 24.6 13.2 15.3
1947
J 4 62.5 6C.3 17.9 24,0 19.6 15.7
11 54.3 59.6 26.3 24.3 19.4 16.1
18 53,6 59,1 33.0 24.9 13.4 16.0
25 64.1 59.4 27,1 25.1 8.8 15.5
Feb, 1 60.5 59.5 27.4 25,2 12.1 15.3
8 57.0 59,4 32.5 25,6 10.5 15,0
15 64.2 59.5 27,1 25.6 8.7 14.9
22 66,8 59.7 32.7 25.8 0.5 14.5
Mar. 1 62.2 59.8 32.6 26.1 5.2 14.1
8 59,6 59.8 38.0 26,6 2.4 13.6
15 63.3 59.9 34,7 26.8 2.0 13,3
22 60.5 5.9. 37,9 27.1 1,6 13.0
29 65.1 60.0 33.5 27.4 1.4 12.6
Apr. 5 54.0 59.9 45,2 27.8 0.8 12.3
12 58.1 59,9 41.9 28,1 12.0
19 66.9 60.0 33.1 28.2 11,8
26 59.6 50.0 40,4 28.5 11.5
May 3 63.6 60.1 36.4 28.7 11.2
10 65.2 60.2 34.8 28.9 10.9
17 65.4 60.3 34.6 28.9 10.8
24 62.2 60,4 37.8 29.1 10.5
31 61,5 60.4i 38.5 29.3 10.3
June 7 59,3 60.4 40.7 29.5 10.1
14 56,1 60.3 43.9 29.7 10.0
21 65.2 60.3 34,8 29.8 9.9
28 61.5 60.4 38,4 29,8 9.8
July 5 76.2 60.4 23.8 29,8 9.8
12 76,9 0.,4 23,1 29,8 9.8
19
26


Department,








FLORIDA. FUIT PMOCESSED BY WEEKS & TO-DATE 1946-47 SEASON


Furnished through


the courtesy of


the Florida Citrus Commission Lakeland, Florida.


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES
ending Boxes Used J To.Date. Boxes Used To-Date Boxes Used To-Date


1946

Sept. 7
14
21
28
Oct. 5
12
19
26
Nov. 2
9
16
23
30
Dec. 7
14
21
28
1947
Jan. 4
11
18
25
Feb. 1
8
15
22
-ar. 1
8
15
22
29
Apr. 5
12
19
26
May 3
10
17
24
31
June 7
14
21
28
July 5
12
19
26
Aug. 2
9
16
23
30


636
16,196
91,494
171,915
293,959
252,212
323,284
382,212
267,304
362,875
397,503
434,147
118,189

296,718
522,848
616,824
650,209
716,823
732,596
585,827
901,908
1,059,920
1,111,577
1,144,274
950,567
983,675
660,384
570,329
457,078
495,620
476,297
579,605
588,977
532,721
517,223
450,712
328,045
299,729
238,700
126,220
61,188
28,842
11,330
5,330
5,888
3,215
2,360


636
16,832
108,326
280,241
574,200
826,412
1,149,696
1,531,908
1,799,212
2,162,087
2,559,590
2,993,737
3,111,926

3,408,644
3,931,492
4,548,316
5,198,525
5,915,348
6,647,944
7,233,771
8,135,679
9,195,599
10,307,176
11,451,450
12,402,017
13,385,692
14,046,076
14,616,405
15,073,483
15,569,103
16,045,400
16,625,005
17,213,982
17,746,703
18,263,926
18,714,638
19,042,683
19,342,412
19,581,112
19,707,332
19,768,520
19,797,362
19,808,692
19,814,C22
19,819,910
19,823,125
19,825,485


6,471
29,171
51,519
81,574
201,639
269,041
321,126
383,418
429,649
478,660
363,360
485,407
486,367
457,427
150,697

439,449
551,244
613,826
576,708
602,105
571,312
292,643
403,974
592,741
607,511
633,513
574,775
673,722
566,218
649,891
621,205
578,076
391,953
349,612
304,794
272,705
248,028
174,660
125,254
94,647
75,788
29,052
17,757
8,162
13,363
4,748
3,718
2,685
2,981


6,471
35,642
87,161
168,735
370,374
639,415
960,541
1,343,959
1,773,608
2,252,268
2,615,628
3,101,035
3,587,402
4,044,829
4,195,526

4,634,975
5,186,219
5,800,045
6,376,753
6,978,858
7,550,170
7,842,813
8,246,787
8,839,528
9,447,039
10,080,552
10,655,327
11,329,049
11,895,267
12,545,158
13,166,363
13,744,439
14,136,392
14,486,004
14,790,798
15,063,503
15,311,531
15,486,191
15,611,445
15,706,092
15,781,880
15,810,932
15,828,689
15,836,851
15,850,214
15,854,962
15,858,680
15,861,365
15,864,346


9,975
34,832
49,202
77,031
87,628
119,711
33,739

73,796
103,490
85,937
75,732
61,752
47,179
23,621
19,653
15,736
8,121
1,951
629
635
239

150
22


9,975
44,807
94,009
171,040
258,668
378,379
412,108

485,904
589,394
675,331
751,063
812,815
859,994
883,615
903,268
919,004
927,125
929,076
929,705
930,340
930,579
930,579
930,729
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
30,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751
930,751


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PonDUTION AND UTILIZATION -- MRIMD STATES
CITRUS CROPS OF 1943-44 to 1945-46, INCEST E
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Econmics

PO- dPo- E DISPOSITION UTILIZATION OF SALES
Icc3- due-
CROP DUC- tion
TION Having Fr
SEASON Value Hou Sold Fresh Total
holdg
L I4 Use Sales Processed

01UAGS (Including Tangerines) Box basis -- Thousand boxes
1943-44 106,651 105,821 660 105,161 88,320 16,841
1944-45 113,210 111,439 641 110,798 86,576 24,222
1945-46 3/ 104,920 104,179 676 103,503 75,775 27,728
Ton basis Thousand tons /j
1943-44 4,455 4,423 29 4,394 3,674 720
1944-45 4,694 4,625 28' 4,597 3,571 1,026
1945-46 3/ 4,424 4,395 29 4,366 3,168 1,198
(Excluding Tangerines) Box basis -- thousand boxes ./
1943-44 103,051 102,221 620 101,601 84,760 16,841
1944-45 109,210 107,589 596 106,993 82,774 24,219
1945-46 3 100,720 99,979 626 99,353 72,141 27,212
Early & Mid-Season A4 5f Box basis -- Thousand boxes 3/
1943-44 49,841 49,405 -
1944-45 47,310 46,777
1945-46 f3/ 46,860 46,528 -- --
Valencia 4/ Box basis -- Thousand boxes 2/
1943-44 53,210 52,816 --
1944-45 61,900 60,812
1945-46 ./ 53,860 53,451 -

GRAFEE~UIT Box basis -- Thousand boxes 2/
1943-44 56,090 56,088 202 55,886 24,600 31,286
1944-45 52,180 52,177 197 51,980 25,141 26,839
1945-46 3/ 63,310 63,309 232 63,077 27,876 35,201
Ton basis -- Thousand tons 2/
1943-44 2,191 2,191 8 2,183 950 1,233
1944-45 2,034 2,034 8 2,026 968 1,058
1945-46 _/ 2,481 2,481 9 2,472 1,082 1,390



1/ See State tables for explanation of differences between "total production"' and "production
having value".
2/ Net contents of box varies. For oranges in California and Arizona, the approximate aver-
age is considered to be 77 pounds. For California and Arizona grapefruit, the approximate
average is considered to be 65 pounds in California Desert Valleys and Arizona and
68 pounds in California areas other than Desert Valleys. For Florida and other
States, net content is considered to be 90 pounds for oranges and 80 pounds for grapefruit.
Equivalent tons were derived on the basis of the above box weights.
/ Preliminary.
4/ Estimates of utilization of oranges, by varieties, not available for all States.
j5 For California and Arizona Navels and Miscellaneous






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PDUCTEION AMD UT LIZATION FIOBIDA. CIOgUS
(SPWS OF 1943-44 to 1945-46 INCUSIVE
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Aricultural Economics
TAL 1I'AI UTI-L IZA-TION 0F SALES
PEV- DI-SITION
CcP C For Fr e sh S a les Total
SE N TION pana total Shipped Out of State Intra cess-
S House- Sold Fresh -il State ed
Uhos Sales Total c ing Boat Truck Sales
Use Epress


AIL ORNGES.
1943-44 46,200 300
1944-45 42,800 270
1945-46 49,800 300
EAfr & MWSEMSON
1943-44 25,800 175
1944-45 21,700 130
1945-46 25,400 150

1943-44 20,400 125
1944-45 21,100 140
1945-46 24.400 150


TANGERIES
1943-44 3,600
1944-45 V/4,000
1945-46 4,200

AlLS GAPE'RUIT
1943-44 31,000
1944-45 22,300
1945-46 32,000
SEEDmSS
1943-44 14,000
1944-45 8,400
1945-46 14,000
Oi 1E S SEE33LESS
1943-44 17,000
1944-45 13,900
1945-46 18,000


LIMS
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46


45,900
42,530
49,500

25,625
21,570
25,250

20,275
20,960
24,250


3,560
3,805
4,150


118 30,882
105 22,195
140 31,860

50 13,950
42 8,358
60 13,940


16,932
13,837
17,920


34,889
28,186
30,280

20,669
15,930
16,435

14,220
12,256
13,845

3,560
3,802
3,634


10,436
7,059
9,724

7,196
3,941
5,954

3,240
3,118
3,770


32,680
26,176
28,062

19,414
14,889
15,223

13,266
11,287
12,839

3,221
3,376
3,193


9,309
6,082
8,647

6,690
3,527
5,459

2,619
2,555
3,188


30,525
24,626
25,910

17,789
13,806
13,690

12,736
10,820
12,220 -

- 2,838
3,049
2,809


8,953
5,860
8,297

6,534
3,451
5,337

2,419
2,409
2,960


2,155 2 ,209
1,550 2,010
2,054 2,218

1,625 1,255
1,083 1,041
1,510 1,212

530 954
467 969
544 1,006

383 5/ 339
327 426
384 441


356 1,127
222 977
340 1,077


11,011
14,344
19,220

4,956
5.640
8,815

6,055
8,704
10,405


20,446
15,136
22,136


156 506 6,754
76 414 4,417
115 495 7,986

200 621 13,692
146 563 10,719
225 582 14,150


190
250
200


ij "Total production" & 'production of value" are the same in both seasons except for tang-
erines in the 1944-45 season when 150,000 boxes were not harvested on account of economic
conditions.
I Includes the following exports (1 000 boxes):- Oranges- Early & Midseason 8, Valencias
60; Grapefruit- Seedless 2, Other 3.
./ Net contents of box of Florida oranges and tangerines 90 pounds; grapefruit and limes
80 pounds.
4/ Includes 335,000 boxes of Government purchased fruit.
/ Includes 7,000 boxes of Government purchased fruit.
&J Negligible.





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PIODUCTIO ANDS UTILIZATION I CW LA CITRUS
.CSPS OF 1943-44 to 1945-46, INCLUSIVE


Crop Ppottinrg Board Bureau of


Agricul tural Economics


O0TAL Pro- TAIW DISFOSITIO UTILIZATION O SOAES
.PD- duo-
Cop TC- tion H or. resh Sal s Total
*AT TION Having Fao __ _
Value House- Sold Icess
1] .1 hold Total Packed oose cessed
-_ .Use


A.L OBRAGoS
1943--4 51,961
1944-45 60,500
1945-46 J/ 44,580
NAVZES & WSCEGLLAMnUS
1943-44 21,071
1944-45 22,100
1945-46 X 17,680
VZUNCIAS
1943-44 30,890
1944-45 38,400
1945-46 j3 26,900


ALL GRAPEFRUIT
1943-44 3,300
1944-45 3,830
1945-46 N3 3,210
DES~ET VALLEYS
1943-44 1,200
1944-45 1,530
1945-46 S_ 1,220
02EM A-tEAS
1943-44 2,100
1944-45 2,300
1945-46 3 1,990


1943-44
1944-45
1945-46


11,050
12,550
3j 15,200


LEjION -- Tons _/i
1943-44 436,475
1944-45 495,725
1945-46 3_'600.400


51,131
58,879
43,839

20,635
21,567
17,348

30,496
37,312
26,491


3,298
3,827
3,209

1,198
1,527
1,219


2,100
2,300
1,990



11,050
12,550
15,155


436,475
495,725
598.622


.sh.ss a
232
232
232


S a a ,-a Sa
50,899 45,234
58,647 48,928
43,607 36,100


107 20,528
107 21,460
107 17,241

125 30,371
125 37,187
125 26,366


3,278
3,807
3,189

1,194
1,523
1,215

2,084
2,284
1,974



11,035
12,535
15,140


18,214
19,368
15,644

27,020
29,560
20,456


2,665
3,031
2,519

855
1,087
893

1,810
1,944
1,626



9,264
9,635
9,340


1
44,041
48,002
35,315

17,542
18,765
15,096

26,499
29,237
20,219


2,617
3,001
2,498

828
1,062
877

1,789
1,939
1,621



8,818
9,280
8,990


.1,193
926
785

672
603
548

521
323
237


.5,665
9,719
7,507

2,314
2,092
1,597

3,351
7,627
5,910


1,771
2,900
5,800


Ton .B asi
592 435,883 365,928 348,311 17,617 69,955
592 495,133 3@,@ %,561 14 QM 1
592 598.030 MR 355.105 13 825 249'M


I/ Differencesbetween "total production" and "production having value" include quantities to
charity or eliminated.
I/ Net content of box of California oranges considered to be 77 pounds; grapefruit in
Desert Valleys 65 pounds (in other areas, 68 pounds) and lemons 79 pounds.
Equivalent tons for lemons were derived on the basis of the above weight.
P/ Preliminary.






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PlDDUCTION & UTILIZATION EAS,. ARIZDNA & IOUISIAMA CITIES
C=OPS OF 1943-44 to 1945-46, IN~USIVE
Crop Reporting Board Bureau of Agricultural Economics

OTAL F UTILIZAION OF SALES
COP PBD- _DISPOSITMNS
DUC-
SEASON TDN Sold Fresh Total
SSales Processed
Use

ims 02SGES. ALL
1943-44 3,550 59 3,491 3,448 43
1944-45 4,400 65 4,335 4,262 73
1945-46 4,800 65 4,735 4,375 360
EARlY & MmSEAMSN /
1943-44 2,)0 -
1944-45 2, 600 -
1945-46 2,880
VMAICTAS 3/
1943-44 1,350
1944-45 1,800 --
1945-46 1,920 -
GRARIPIT. ALL
1943-44 17,710 52 17,658 9,336 8,322
1944-45 22,300 60 22,240 12,686 9,554
1945-46 34,000 60 23,940 13,378 10,562

ABRIZA OBA3GE3. ALL
1943-44 1,100 15 1,085 969 116
1944-45 1,150 15 1,135 1,062 73
1945-46 1,210 15 1,195 1,080 115
NAVELS & MISCE.LANJMUS
1943-44 530 7 523 472 51
1944-45 550 7 543 490 53
1945-46 570 7 563 505 58
VALMNCIAS
1943-44 570 8 562 497 65
1944-45 600 8 592 572 20
1945-46 640 8 632 575 57
GCAPERUIT. ALL
1943-44 4,080 12 4,068 2,163 1,905
1944-45 3,750 12 3,738 2,365 1,373
1945-46 4,100 12 4,088 2,255 1,833
MIJJSMIB- ORANGES. ALLT
1943-44 040 .14 226 .220 6
1944-45 360 14 346 336 10
1945-46 330 14 316 306 10

J/ ."Total production" and "production having value" are the same in both seasons.
f Net content of box of oranges in.Texas and Louisiana 90 pounds; in Arizona 77 pounds.
Net content of box of grapefruit in Texas 80 pounds; in Arizona 65 pounds.
3/ Utilization of Texas oranges, by varieties, not available.







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CARLOT UlOADS OF ATGS in 100 CITpS TE3 JULY 1946 WRU JULY 1947
BY -NIHS Am-.AY.StS: 0. OrI~.IN

State JULY[ AUG. SEPI. OCT. NOV. ''DC JAN. FEB.I MAR. AP. lMAY JUNE JU=I

EA S T--
^baiQ~rlLZ.


.&riz. -
Calif. 31 47 33 31 3 31 28 15 22 15 28 31 28
Florida 1 17 46 39 37 46 44 31 41 37 7
Tex. --4 -
Total 32 47 33 48 49 70 65 61 66 46 69- 68 35


A3loo Pa.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total
BaltioMre. :ld.


7 5 12 7 11 11 5 5 8
10 12 19 18 17 30 28 18 12

7 15 13 31 25 29 41 33 23 20


Ariz. 1 3 2 -
Calif. 103 102 99 49 2 19 24 21 20 22 32 61 100
Florida 21 76 165 182 172 2)3 207 193 171 129 25
Tex. 1 1 -
Total 124 102 99 125 168 205 199 224 227 215 203 190 125


LA'iz. -3 11 1 2 3
Calif. 240 271 290 182 31 172 157 129 136 173 171 302 267
Florida 35 1 140 346 310 318 256 385 '360 293 258 51
Tex. - 2 6 --
Total 275 271 291 322 380 495 482 385 522 535 467 560 318
Briderport. Con...
Ariz. -- -.- -
Calif. 14 15 12 12 8 9 7 7 9 9 11 10
Florida 12 24 32 25 21 29 19 27 21 5
TeAx. - -
Total 14 15 12 24 24 40 34 28 36 28 36 32 15

Ariz. -
Calif. 56 76 69 55 13 70 68 41 48 51 71 77 61
Florida 10 51 89 92 65 65 79 77 72 59 5
Te:. 10 7 5 -
Total 66 76 69 106 102 162 143 113 132 128 143 136 66
.gt .rd, GConn. '
Ariz.
Calif. 18 42 47 50 9 21 11 9 2 8 26 15
Florida 9 33 45 30 37 52 28 8 21 15
Tex. -
Total 27 42 47 50 33 54 51 48 61 30 16 47 30


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


14 36 59 58 12 18 12 15 16 15 -13 20 33
14 23 78 105 91 70 159 119 90 94 31
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Total 28 36 59 81 90 123 103 87 175 134 103 114 64
ew aven. Conn.
Ariz. -
Calif. 16 27 18 13 2 13 9 9 11 16 19
Florida 1 15 31 27 37 43 28 19 7
Toex 1 27 18 8 33 4 46 39 35
Total 17 27 18 28 33 40 46 52 39 35 2


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CARIWT UNIOADS _F .OBAGES in 100 CITIES FDM JULY. 1946 IPJ.JULY. 1947
BY 1DNIS AND BY STATES. O RF OIGN (CONT'D.)


State JULY AUG.ISEPT. OCT. MOV. DEC. JAN&. TO. MAR. EAPR. AY JUNE JULY

SA .L. (Cont'a)
_Yz.rl ctyiC.Y..
Ariz. 3 24 4 3 3 6 4 -
Calif. 771 825 816 705 159 327 408 428 350 414 456 833 743
Florida 97 1 302 1011 1024 1319 1305 1651 1544 1311 1026 349
e, -- - - 8 --
Total 868 86 816 1Q07 1173 1375 1731 1741 2004 1961 1773 1663 1092
Philale lhiaJ4a .
Ariz. 1 14 7 1 1 1
Calif, 313 296 277 183 13 92 74 28 34 118 135 252 304
Florida 28 169 442 442 337 159 281 487 424 306 86
Tct 3 5 -
Total !341 296 277 332 457 548 418 192 316 606 559 558 391


Ari- 6 11 2 4 5 -
Calif. 146 136 138 86 21 149 146 134 155 160 194 217 160
Florida 11 70 181 148 114 131 181 170 161 88 : 31
Tex.. 1. 5 20 19 -
Total 157 136 138 1*56 209 313 282 284 336 330 359 310 191


Portlalrc j,


Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 25 32 29 17 2 16 17 10 34 17 21 25 29
Florida 5 21 7 10 11 13 19 13 10 2
Total 2 322 23 23 27 36 3 36 3 -
Total 25 32 29 2 23 23 27 21 47 36 34 36


Providence?; R,I..
Ariz. -
Calif. 20 28 27 20 3 20 18 13 19 23 22 21 25
Florida 2 34 53 38 46 52 61 54 34 20 7
Tex,- ---- -
Total 22 28 27 54 56 58 64 65 80 77 56 41 32
Rochester. N.Y.
Ariz.
Calif. 20 25 23 19 4 22 12 18 22 15 19 14 7
Florida 19 23 24 28 19 22 28 19 31 1
Tex. 2 2 -
Tot'al 0 25 23 38 29 46 40 39 44 43 38 45 8
Sria. P.1
Calif. 6 12 17 7 3 9 8 12 13 8 11. 1 11
Florida 13 21 18 22 20 35 21 31 28 8
e 2 -
S Total 6 12 17 20 :24 28 30 34 48 29 42 29 19
riz. -
Calif. 15 24 28 19 17 14 13 15 21 16 20 18
Florida 1 18 30 23 33 36 49 32 34 21 5
Tax. -..-
Total 16 24 28 37 30 40 47 49 64 53 50 41 23

Ariz, 1 -
Calif. 20 35 23 14 1 29 15 15 12 14 22 14 14
Florida 21 41 48 41 32 36 35 48 28 5
Tex. - 3 3 -
Total 20 35 23 35 43 77 56 50 51 49 70 42 19


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CARIOT UNtL DS OF ORANGES in 100 CITIES FM JULY 1946 EIRU JULY 1947

BY MOEmS AND BY STAnES OF ORIGIN (cODT'D.)

State JUL ABG. SEPT. OCT. OV. DEC. JAN. EB. MA. A.P. MAY JUNE JULY

LA-sJ- (Cont'dS
Washinton. D.C.
Ariz. -- 1 -
Calif. 48 58 50 54 11 14 9 8 21 7 12 31
Florida 8 34 95 107 124 96 114 119 105 81 37
Tem.. -- 3 -
Total 56 58 50 88 95 119 138 108 122 140 112 93 68
Wilkes Barre.Pa.
Ariz.
Calif. 10 17 7 8 9 9 8 8 1 6 8 2
Florida 1 1 18 17 18 22 21 18 21 22 -
Tex. -
Total 11 17 7 9 18 26 27 30 29 19 27 30 2
TWorcester, Mass.


Ariz. -
Calif. 1 4 2 3 1 2 1 2 3 5
Florida 2 4 1 3 2 2 1 -
Te. 4 2 5- -4 3 5
Total 1 4 2 5 5 1i 5 3 4 1 3 5


TOTAL. EAST
Ariz. 16 65 16 5 6 13 10 1
Calif. 1895 2116 2062 1570 270 1053 1072 948 941 1104 1280 1769 1888
Florida 242 1 1 1032 2764 2748 2888 2643 3451 3383 2949 2311 680
Tex. 4. 8 37 52 8 -
Total 2137 2117 2063 2602 3054 3874 4013 3643 4405 4493 4222 4090 2569


Akron. 0.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


6 5


- 4
3 3


2 3
3 3


3 4
5 5
- -


3 1 4
4 4 1


Total 6 6 5 8 3 7 5 6 8 9 7 5 5
Marillo. Tex.
Ariz. 1 1 1 4 1 -
Calif. 6 3 5 2 2 6 10 6 4 5 4 9 23
Florida 1 -
Tex. 3 -
Total 6 3 5 2 2 7 10 6 5 6 9 10 23


Beaumrrnt. Tex.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex


Total


5 2


5 2


5
5 -
- 1
5 1


utWte, pn)t.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


2 4
2 4
2 4


1 5
2 2 -
- 2
2 5 5


2 3
2 3


1 13' 8 10
1 1- -
2 -
4 13 8 10


12 14


12 14


11 1;1


ii 11


Az


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CAOT UNLOADS OF OuANGES in 100 CITIES .WM JUIL 1946 IH7J JULY 1947

BY MaNWs AM BY STO S O ORIGIN (cPriDm.)

State JUILY AUG. SEPT. OCT. DV. DEC. JAN. E.I MAR. APB. MAY JUNE JULY

WEJST (Cont'd)

Arixs 1 7 24 14 5 9 2 1
Calif. 272 255 251 225 104 261 218 249 247 269 285 319 270
Florida 15 2 147 303 232 265 226 293 308 307 220 54
Tex. 1 29 43 72 56 28 5 2 1 -
La, 8 4 -
_otal 289 257 2 72 451 564 569 531 58 587 603 542 325
Cincinati,. 0.
Ariz. 1 7 1 3 3 -
Calif. 77 92 78 40 10 47 32 31 30 29 44 84 81
Florida 8 1 65 146 176 141 146 171 150 139 111 22
Tex. 1 2 15 10 3
La,, 1 -
Total 85 93 78 105 159 232 189 187 204 179 186 198 103
Cleveland. 0.
Ariz. 7 12 1 3 5 3 2 -
Calif. 96 105 70 65 18 101 79 82 94 99 108 113 83
Florida 1 63 144 87 89 99 117 130 148 108 36
ex. 10 23 39 35 26 13 -
Total 97 105 70 128 179 223 208 216 240 247 -259 223 119


Colwumbus.Q.


Ariz. 1 1 2 1 -
Calif. 25 31 39 23 4 5E 42 25 36 20 51 32 18
Florida 1 21 3E 37 33 28 51 38 40 25 6
Tex, 1 3 7 -
Total 26 31 39 44 55 89 78 60 87 M3 92 57 24


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
STex


- 1 9 1 8 3 -
39 47 41 16 17 16 14 13 11 15 43 43
S- 2 1 5 9 25 -
S- 3 35 73 61 37 51 31 27 2 -


Iotal 39 47 41 21 36 99 77 51 66 55 54 70 43
wveenort. Ia.
Aiz. 1 -
Calif. 8 14 7 6 8 18 12 8 16 12 16 12 8
Florida 5 3 2 2 4 2 4 3 2 -
Tex 3 2 3 3 2 -
Total 8 14 7 11 14 22 17 15 20 16 20 14 8


Davnto. 0-

Calif.
Florida
m_


7 12 5
- 5


- 2
6 12


J.e. -.
Total 9 7 12 10 6 14 10 6 6 10 3 3 3
eaer. Colo.


Ariz. 1 1 1 2 1 -
Calif. 43 57 37 38 10 36 47 51 33 39 53 65 63
Florida 4 4 1 -
Tex. 5 29 12 25 29 22 14 15 -
Total 43 57 37 47 44 48 72 80 56 54 71 66 63


# Includes Moline, East Moline & Rock Island, Illinois.


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CAELWT UNIOADS OF ORANGES in 100 CITIES FlTM JULY. 1946 T!U JULY 1947
BY .MDN S AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN. (CONT'D.)

State JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOTV. DEC. JAN. F E. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY

W S T (Cont'fd
Des IMinea. Ia.
Ariz. 1 -1 2
Calif. 20 21 26 17 18 38 22 21 32 26 29 30 19
Florida 4 14 2 2 2 5 7 6 5 -
Tex.. 3 5 3 3 4 1 -
Total 20. 21 26 21 36 45 .L7 26 42 33 38 35 19
Detroit.Mi; c ..h
Ariz. 13 22 7 1 2 8 2
Calif. 153 132 127 113 68 165 133 167 163 190 203 191 167
Florida 7 74 138 129 134 113 180 189 148 89 24
Tex. 19 12 20 20 5 -
La, 1 -
Total 160 132 127 187 238 329 294 301 35D 387 351 282 191
Duluth. LBinn.
Ariz.
Calif. 15 17 11 10 6 19 15 16 16 16 20 16 16
Florida 3 6 1 2 1 2 2 3 1
ex,- 2 2 1 -
Total 15 17 .11 13 14 22 19 18 .18 18 23 17 16
El Pso. : Te.
.Ariz. 1 4 3 1 -
Calif. 24 24 16 8 8 8 7 13 10 18 24 35
Florida -
Tex. 9 16 14 13 10 6 2 -
Total 24 24 16 8 10 28 22 20 23 16 24 25 35
Evansvrille. Ind.
Ariz. -
Calif. 5 9 7 2 3 2 2 1 2 8
Florida 2 9 10 26 13 13 12 18 9 6 2
Tex. 1 2 1- -
Total 7 .9 7 .11 10 30 17. 16 13 18 9 8 10
Flint. Mich.
Ariz. 10 2 6 -
California 21 17 20 18 7 12 7 34 21 12 24 8 11
Florida 13 11 3 12 13 11 10 5 -
Tex. 2- 1 -
Total 21 17 20 31 30 12 11 46 36 29 34 13 11
Ft. TIvyne. Ind.
Ariz. 1 3 -
Calif. 14 11 9 7 2 18 10 15 13 6 12- 10 7
Florida 7 18 13 15 6 18 2 12 11 3
Tex -
T.otal 14 11 9 14 21 34 25 21 31 11 29 21 10
Ft. -worth. Tex.
Ariz. 1 1 2 -
Calif. 11 18 12 4 5 3 2 3 4 2 15 17
Florida 2 3 -
Tex. -- 6 10 5 5 9 1 2 -
Total 11 18 12 4 6 16 8 7 12 8 9 15 17
raud Rajpcids. Mich. -
Ariz. 5 -
Calif. 16 10 4 5 2 13 12 29 35 30 30 29 30
Florida 14 25 37 24 15 44 30 35 25 3
Tex. 1 1 2 -
Total 16 10 4 19 33 51 36 46 79 60 65 54 33






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CARIOT UNIbADS OF OBNGES in 100 CITIES IF)M JULY 1946 IEa JULY 1947
BY MNOBS AND BY STAMES.SOT BIGIN (CONVD.)

State JULY AMU. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DC. JAN. FIB. MAi. APR. MAY JUKE JULY

9 S, ,, (Cont'd)
ption.s. .
Ariz. 4 1 2 1 -1
Calif. 14 48 33 9 4 11 4 7 9 22 30 53
Florida 14 13 1
Tex. 5 16 31 34 24 22 17 5 4 -
Total 14 48 33 14 16 39 46 28 29 28 42 47 55k
ixdanapoli a -.
Ariz. 1 5 2 1
Calif. 44 34 37 25 2 30 30 18 29 13 26 27 36
Florida 3 8 33 38 26 2) 25 33 31 22 3
Tex. 1 2 10 15 8 6 2 -
Total 47 34 37 34 37 78 71- 46 61 51 61 49 40
ansasr Ci.Mty, No.
Ariz. 2 2 1 1 2 -
Calif. 55 53 50 36 15 68 46 48 45 54 73 45 67
Florida 22 16 2 1 12 21 11 -
Tox. ... 6 31 19 27 35 26 7 1 -
Total 55 53 50 64 64 91 74 84 72 75 95 56 67
Lincoln.n, N ,br.
Ariz. 1 -- -
Calif. 12 4 15 3 3 14 12 11 11 13 9 11 10
Florida 4 5 1 1 2 1
Tex. 1. 3 1 1 3 -
Total 12 4 15 8 12 14 14 .12 15 .13 .11 11 11
Little Bock. Ark.
Ariz. 2 4 2 -
Calif. 12 18 9 5 13 12 7 7 7 -13 21 8
Florida 5 9 2 15 17 12 6 1
Tex. 3 5 25 29 24" 19 1 -
Total 12 18 9 13 14 42 41 31 41 29 27 27 9.
Los ,Anweles. Cal. *
Ariz.
Calif. 3 2 14 1 2 1 .1 9
Florida -

Total 4 2 14 1 2 1 1 9
Mw~ifed n. is. *
Ariz. 1 4 -
Calif. 13 4 13 11 2 21 7 16 1 15 12 10 9
Florida 5 11 .12 9 9 3 14 11 8 1
Tex. 5 2 2 3 3 2 1 -
Total 13 4 13 21 14 35 18 28 7 31 27 19 1(
Liminuket. Wis. *
Ariz. 4 2 2 -
Calif. 43 48 39 42 16 57 63 65 64 63 .73 52 42
Florida 2 9 42 42 26 25 23 35 37 17 -
Tex. 2 1 .3 6 10 3 -
Total 45 48 39 51 60 104 92 96 99 103.. 110 69 42
Ariz. -
Calif. 56 63 52 51 21 99 81 78 71 75 101 67 76
Florida 18 47 13 8 7 22 24 22 14 2
Tex. 1 9& 10 6 1S 6 -
Total 56 63 52 70 77 122 95 101 99 99 123 81 78






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CARIT UNIMADS OF OBEAGES in 100 CITIES 1C= JULY 1946 ESJ JULY 1947
BY M)N'HS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CONTID.)

State JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. B0V., =.EC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR. MAY JUNE JULY

WEST (Cont'df


New Orleans. La.
Ariz. -
Calif. 32 50 54 11 3 3 30 32
Florida 38 34 28 22 32 86 65 78 68 6
Tex. 2 2 1 1 -
La. 9 23 11 7 -
Total 32 5) 54 49 43 51 35 41 86 69 82 98 38
Oakland. Cal.
Ariz. 2 1 8 3 -
Calif. 7 10 4 19 1 2 8 11 5 12 4 4 5
Others. -
Total -7 10 4 19 3 3 8 11 5 20 7 4 5
Oklahoma City. Okla.
Ariz. 2 -
Calif. 27 30 24 11 5 52 27 20 25 18 34 39 32
Florida 8 1 6 5 -
Tex. 3 26 29 21 24 25 11 8 1 -
Total 27 30 24 22 32 82 48 44 51 29 50 45 32


ureana., Neor.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


2 1 -
27 22 25 11 3 32 35 31 31 23 38 29 23
- 3 9 1 1 1 4 9 11 4 -
- 1 6 1 2 5 4 1-


Total 27 22 25 15 1 2 34 38 37 39 34 49 33 23
eoria. Ill.
Aiz. 1 3 -
Calif. 14 8 15 4 2 30 16 17 10 11 11 10 9
Florida 3 11 4 8 1 7 5 1 2 -
Tex. 1 1 3 2 -
Total 14 8 15 7 15 34 25 21 19 19 12 12 9


Ariz. -
Califormia 8 14 14 16 3 6
Florida -
Tex. -
La. 1 -
Total 8 14 .14 16 1 3 6
Portlandc. Ore.
Ariz. 1 1 -
Calif. 33 42 23 26 21 86 92 63 63 74 75 63 36
Florida 1 5 1 -
ex. 6 -
La 3 -
Total 33 42 23 27 35 87 92 64 63 75 75 63 36

Ariz. 2 9 1 1 -
Calif. 104 87 88 64 13 117 87 100 113 105 130 110 105
Florida 5 45 92 91 38 59 99 90 90 58 7
Tex. 3 22 33 97 44 18 .15 2 -
La, 1 6 4 -
Total 109 87 88 113 135 254 223 203 230 210 222 169 112
St Pa 'F,.
7iz--.----11--
Calif 21 26 25 17 3 '37 24 27 30 31 36 36 26
Florida 2 13 2 2 1 1 -
Te x. 1 1 2- 1-
21 26 25 19 18 39 26 30 32 2 37 36 26


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GABOT UNIQADSF OA QN3GS in 100 CITIES BOM JUL 1946 U JiTY. 1947
BY N1ONHS AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (NIT'.D.)


State I JULY AUG.ISPT. o CT. V. DEC. JAN. TEB.I MWA. APR. I JoUn JULY


&alt I9he City
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
IV-


33 32 19. 30 10 61 56 45 47 55 61 34 28
- 10 -
-- 1 1 - -


Total 33 32 19 30 21 62 56 45 47 55 61 34 28
an Antonio. Tex.
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 19 29 23 11 1 1 8 14 16
Florida 2 1 10 -
Tepx. - 1 1 13 1 1 6 3 1 -
Total 19 29 23 13 1 14 2 2 6 3 12 25 16
San DjeV.. Cal.
Ariz. 2 -
Calif- 1 1 -
Total. 1 - 2 1 -
San Francisco.Cal.
Aiz. 8 4 1 5 8 4 1 -
Calif 9 11 17 36 3 9 13 11 5 5 8 2 -
Total 9 11 17 36 5 17 17 12 10 13 12 3 -


I-Q'e. Wash.
Ariz. -- 3
Calif. 48 74 36 64 20 113 106 85 90 101 91 91 65
Florida 2 1 -
Tex. 12 -
La. 6 2 -
Total 48 74 36 64 41 115 106 85 90 104 92 91 65
evepo-rt. La.
Ariz.. -.1 1 1 -
Calif. 4 5 6 1 .4 2 8 6
Florida 2 2 1 2 2 -
Tex. 2 2 10 5 .8 7 1 1 -
Total 4 5 6 5 4 15 5 8 8 4 4 10 6


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
rT'~.


- 1 2 1
8 16 15 5 6 31 16 22 21 20 42 35 16
5 11 4 4 -
. 7 2 2 2 1 -


To tal 8 16 15 10 25 33 18 24 28 25 42 35 16
Sioux Falls, S. D.
Ariz. -- -
Calif. 7 4 4 3 3 10 9 10 7 10 11 6 4
Florida 1 2 1 -
Tex. 3 1 1 -1 -
Total 7 4 4 4 -8 11 9 11 7 11 11 6 4

Calif. 8 8 7 7 11 10 5 9. 1 10 .7 11
Florida 1 3 2 3 1 3 2 4 -

Total 8 8 7 8 5 14 14 6 13 14 14 7 11
Splane. Tash.
Ariz -1
aTi 16 18 10 18 11 23 36 24 28 33 28 36 14

Total 16 18 10 18 18 23 37 24 28 34 28 36 14
** Total 16 18 10 18 18 23 37 24 28 34 28 36 14


WaST (Cont d)






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CAELT .NIOAfS 0BUGZS.-'initC CI IS JUI 1946 3 Y ti 1947

BY MNMS AMD 'IY IS OF OIGIn (CONT'D.)

State JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. =01. DEC. JAN. 7F3. MAR.| APR. IMA JUOE1 JULY

J2 S (Cont'd)


Sfnnfield.Mo.
Ariz.
Calif .
Florida
Le I ,
Total
Tacouna. Vash-


7 6 7
.y g -


5 1 10 4 5 5 5 8 8
3 1 .2 1 4
- 9 13 15 10 8 1
8 11 23 19 15 15 6 13 8


- .~ 2
A riz -. .. .
Calif. 7 12 7 14 4 16 21 17 18 25 15 17 12
Florida 1 -
Tex. 15 6 18 21 17 18 25 15 17 12
.. .. 7 12 7 15 6 18 .1 17 18 25 15 17 12


Terre j4tgqIrd.
Calif.
Florida


5 2 12 10 7 4 3 3 2 4 3
. 2 3 3 5 4 1


Tex. - -
Total 5 2 12 2 3 10 7 6 6 8 6 4 4
Tole4o, 0.
Ari. 4 2 -
Calif. 25 13 17 11 6 36 19 13 25 15 26 12 19
Florida 1 14 19 29 27 21 29 33 24 11 2
w 3 1 -
Total 26 13 17 25 25 69 46 7 55 50 50 23 21

Calif. 10 8 9 6 1 11 11 14 17 11 .13 14 10
Florida 1 1 3 -
Ta, ,- 6 1 5 3 6 2 1 -
Total 10 8 9 6 9 12 16 17 34 13 15 17 10


isa. OkIla


Ariz. 2 5 -
Calif. 13 14 8 8 1 21 12 7 11 6 7 16 16
Florida 3 5 1 3 7 1 -
Tex.- 12 8 15 8 14 3 -
n+tal 13 14 8 11 18 29 27 i5 26 14 19 17 16


Calif. 22 34 9 12 10 17 20 9 19 13 50 24 19
Florida 2 7 7 -


Arm - - 1 - -
Calif. 22 18 17 14 1 21 17 23 29 23 24 17 16
Florida 1 7 16 14 15 14 9 16 19 12
Te. 1 4 5 -
Total 23 18....17 21 18 36 33 41 43 39 43 29 16

T 0 TAL WEST
Ariz. 2 67 129 31 3 23 88 63 14 3
Calif. 1659 1742 1532 1223 460 1904 1589 1585 1633 1662 1997 1950 1767
Florida 47 3 650 1284 1036 918 865 1260 1291 1292 906 176
Tex. 1 41 351 42D 555 467 361 142 74 12 -
La. 1 33 35 11 7 -
Total 1709 1745 1532 1915 2195 354 3104 2927 3277 3183 3426 2882 1916


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CARLDT UNLOADS OF ORANGES in 100 CITIES FIM JULY 1946 T1B JULY 1947

BY MBDMtS AmD BY STATES OF OPImI (COMT'D.)

State JULY AUG. SEI. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. F73. MA. .AER. MAY JUNE JULY

SOU TH-----
Atlata, .Sa.
Calif. 14 25 at 4 3 11 21
Florida 4 28 82 148 101 92 119 82 50 32 6
To -
Total 18 2 24 23 82 14 101 92 119 82 5 43 27


Biri nahaq.^Ala.
Calif.
Florida
TeT


15 24 22 3 1 2 1 16 26
- 31 75 107 63 64 78 68 56 32 4
- 2 1 3 -


Total 15 24 22 34 75 109 64 68 78 70 57 48 30

Ariz. -
Calif. 4 7 4 1 2 3
Florida 3 15 10 11 8 8 11 3 -
Tex. -
Total 4 7 4 1 3 15 10 11 8 8 11 5 3


Charleston.W.Va.
Arizona
Calif.
Florida


5 9 7
1 -


4 2 5 2 5 3 5 3
7 14 13 15 5 15 11 14 5 2


Tex.- 3 2- -
Tota 6 9 7 7 14 20 17 12 17 16 17 10 5
Charlotto, T.C.

Calif. 3 13 6
Florida 2 22 62 11 12 37 21 25 2D 2
Tex. -
Total 3 1 7 5 22 62 11 12 37 21 25 21 8
attanoog enn.
Axiz. -
Calif. 4 4 2 -5 7
Florida 2 4 16 45 23 14 15 11 14 5 -
Tex. -
Total 6 4 2 4 16 45 23 14 15 11 14 10 7
Coludbia. S.C.
Ariz. --- --
Calif. 6 6 8 3 9 6
Florida 1 9 42 93 42 33 30 30 19 20 -
Tex. -
Total 7 S 8 12 42 93 42 33 30 30 19 29 6
Greensboro. N.C.
Ariz. -
Calif. 3 3 1 1
Florida 2 5 14 28 17 12 14 8 9 S -
'ex. -
Total 2 3 3 5 14 28 17 12 14 8 9 7 1
Huntington.W-.Va.
Ariz. -
Calif. 5 12 9 2 1 3 5 4 2 1 1 7 3
Florida 9 10 26 13 17 30 12 10 6 2
Tex. 1- 1 -
Total 5 12 9 11 11 29 18 22 32 13 11 13 5


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CAMIDT UNIADS OF QBRAGES in 100 CITIES FEDM JULY 1.946 ITU JULY 1947

BY IDNTRS AMD.BY STATES OF OBIGIN (CONT'D.)

State JULY AU. SET.I OCT. N DEC. JAi. IEB. MA. APR. MAY JUNE JULY

. 0 U. H (Cont'i


*1


Calif.
Florida


3 4 7


Total 3 4 7 -
Mobile. Ala.
Ariz. ..
Calif. 6 8 7 1 11 9
Florida 5 7 9 7 2 7 9 8 -
Tex. 1 -
Total 6 8 7 1 5 8 9 7 2 7 9 19 9
.MonAgToeryi l...
Ariz. - -
Calif. 3 4 2 1 1 2 4
Florida 7 10 27 12 14 18 12 11 4 -
Tex. -
Total 3 4 2 .8 10 27 13 14 18 12 11 6 4
Nagsill8e t1enn.
Ariz. 2 2 1 -
Cal if. 17 13 18 6 1 1 1 1 1 11 17
Florida 1 28 60 115 68 46 74 53 36 20 4
Tex. -- 2 5 .-
La. 1 -
Total 18 13 18 34 60 ..118 71 52 75 54 39 "32 21


cksonville.Fla.
Ariz. -
Calif. 3 8 3 -
Florida .. -
Tex. -
Total 3 8 '3 -
o.ville. Tenn.
Ariz. -
Calif 6 8 10 1 3 5
Florida 2 11 13 49 14 24 22 21 26 12 -
Tex. --
Total 8 8 10 11 13 95 14 24 22 22 26 15 5

Ariz. -.
Calif. 4 4 1 2 2 1
Florida 3 .7 13 9 6 6 12 6 4 -
TeL. -
Total 4 4 1 5 7 13 9 6 6 12 6 6 1
ouirille. yv.
Ariz. 1 2 2 -
Calif. 22 28 23 15 5 2 2 1 2 3 16 26
Florida 27 47 86 53 49 60 44 40 37 3
Tex. -. 11 1 .-
Total 22 28 23 42 48 93 55 62 62 46 43 55 29


Calif. 13 3) 22 5 3 7 9 2 5 4 18 22 35
Florida 1 34 49 97 54 61 84 71 51 33 10
Tax. 3 1 14 14 15 1 1 -
Total 14 20) 22 42 53 121 79 78 94 78 69 58 47


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CAI.OT UNIOAS 0?W OBANMGS in 100 CITIES ;TWM J'TLY 1946 IRT JULY 1947

BY )OMNS AND BY STATES OF OBGIN (COT'D.)

State JULY AUO.ISEPT. OCT. NOV. IEC. JAN. FB MlR. APe. MIAY JUNE JULY

LA. LE (Cont'dQ
Toftal 14 16 10 14 24 55 27 34 31 35..32 32 11


Cexi. 1- 1 1 - 1 1 3
Total 14 16 10 -14 2 55 27 34 31 35. 32 32 11


1ihrnn. a


Calif. 16 27 21 6 1 2 8 11
Florida 19 41 60 57 45 55 47 48 21 1
Tex. -- 2 -
STotal 16 27 21. 25. 41 60 57 47 .55- 48 50 29. 13


Roanoke. Va.
Ariz.
Caloif.
Florida
Tex.
Total
Tapa, a.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


- 1 1 2 .5 7
9 29 18 17 16 20 17 15 3

9 30 18 19 16 22 17 20 10


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T O TAL SOUTH
Ariz. 1 7 2 4 3- 2 6 2
Calif. 160 238 214 58 4 22 19 16 12 18 32 140 199
Florida 17 241 543 1075 616 562 712 573 484 312 40
Tex. 3 1 20 17 41 3 1 -
La. 1 -
Total 177 238 214 302 649 1124 655 619 731 595 518 458 241


TOTAL 100 CITIES EAST. WEST & SOUIf
Ariz. 2 84. 201 49 .3 32 97 78 30 -6
Calif. 3722 4096 3808 2851 734 2979 2680 2549 2586 2784 3289 3859 3854
Florida 306 4 1 1923 4591 4859 4422 4070 5423 5247 4635 3529 896
Tex. 1 44 356 448 609 560 372 143 164 12 -
La. 1 33 35 12 7 -

Total 4081 4100 3809 4819 5798 8522 7772 7189 8413 8271 8166 7430 4756


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CAROT UMNIQADS QF':OANGES in 5 CAKADIAN CITIES

SBY I)N'jS hOD BY SITAES OF .OBIGIN

State JULY AUG. SET. OCT. NOV. V DEC. JAN. E.B M- B. APR. Y JUEJULY

CAN ADA
Montrec.a, ag.
Ari. 2 2 -
Calif. 110 102 79 114 26 132 74 132 138 104 156 117 139
Florida 1 15 72 14 18 15 21 20 22 14 25
Tex. 3 -
Total 111 102 79 129 100 148- 92 150 159 124 179 131 164

Ottaw-, Ont.

Calif. 27 22 19 16 16 33 21 30 29 22 32 29 35
Florida 6 15 4 1 1 3 -
Tex. -- -
Total 27 22' 19- 22 31 37 22 -31 32 22 32' 29 35

'Toronto. Ont.
Ariz. 5 1 28 1 -
Calif. 116 121 98 98 48 132 57 119 127 119 114 113 159
Floride. 31 58 27 37 22 28 27 37 28 -
Tex. 12 8 -
La. 1 -
Total 116 121 98 129 124 168 122 149 155 146 152 141 159

Vancouver. B.C.
Ariz. 4 2
-Calif. 30 45 36 41 21 50 63- 29 63 57 74 68 66
Florida 1 9 -
Tex. 6 1 -
Total 30 45 36 42 36 51 67 29 63 59 74 68 66

WinnipegR. hMan.
Ariz. 1 3 -
Calif. 33 36 34 21 5 39 44 29 44 43 39 52 65
Florida 5 -
Tex. 10 1 --
La. 1 1 -
Total 33 36 34 22 21 41 44 29 44 43 42 52 65





TOTAL 5 CAIDIA. CITIES
Ariz. 7 4 32 2 5 -
Calif. 316 326 266 290 116 386 259 339 401 345 415 379 464
Florida 53 159 45 56 38 52 47 59 42 25
Tex. 28 10 11 -
La. 1 2 -
Total 316 326 266 344 312 445 347 388 453 394 479 421 .489






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CARIOT IUNADS OF GRA~ETUIT in 100 .CITIES FROM JULY 1946 'E1U JULY 1947

BY LNIES AND BY ST~ES OF ORIGIN

State JULY AUG. SPT. OCT. 1)V. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. ABR. MAY JUITE JULY

SE AS T -----


lany.N.Y.
Ariz. 1 1 11 1
Calif. 3 4 1 1 4
Florida 7 15 14 8 15 12 15 11 14 3 1
Tex, 1 3 2 6 2 1 -
Total 4 4 8 15 14 9 18 14 21 13 17 14 6


Altoona. Pa.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


- -
8- 8 3 -
7 5 10 10 17 16 2 -
8 7 5 10 11 17 16 10 3


Baltimore...
Ariz. 3 ..
Calif. 4 21 2 4
Florida 10 24 59 51 39 64 66 77 84 75 26 12
Tex. 16 18 17 17 26 23 19 4 -
Total 17 21 26 59 67 57 81 83 103 107 94 30 16
Bg-stoa,,,ZA .
Ariz. 2 5 -
Calif. 19 22 20 3 1 24
Florida 1 24 103 96 77 99 67 133 145 132 72 12
Tex. 37 46 63 60 66 25 16 1 -
Others (Cuba) 5 -
Total 22 22 49 106 133 123 162 127 199 170 148 79 36
Bri.Jgeport. Conn.
Ariz -
Calif. 1 -
Florida 1 1 13 4 9 12 2 10 9 8 4 -
Tex. 1 1 -
Total 2 1 13 4 9 12 3 11 9 8 4
Buffalo. I.Y.
riz. 10 2
Calif. 7 3 4 1 8
Florida 10 38 32 3 2 2 1 7 33 16 1
Tex. 27 42 70 63 75 70 23 2
Total 8 3 14 38 59 45 72 65 76 77 56 29 11
Iartford, Conn.
Ariz. -
Calif. -
Florida 5 18 14 15 5 17 14 10 5 -
Tex. 2 -
Total 5 18 14 15 7 17 14 10 5 -
Kevrark. NI.J.
Ariz. -
Calif. 1 -
Florida 2 1 14 21 13 19 32 27 63 28 7 -
Tex. 2 1 2 1 -
Total 2 1 3 14 23 14 19 34 28 68 28 7 3

Ariz. -- - -
Kew Haven. Conn.
Calif. 2 --- --
Florida 1 12 5 6 11 11 11 3 -
Tex. 2 2 -
Total 2 1 12 5 6 13 13 11 3


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CARLOT UNIDADS OF CGAPE'UIT in 100 CITIES ~dM JULY'1i46:~ H J JULY 1947

BY IDi.NS AND BY Sin.T S OF .Q0IG (OQNT'D.)

State JULY AIUG. ISEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. FEB. UAR. RAPR.. MAY JnE JULY

EAS At (Cont'd)


New YorLk City
Ariz. 11
Calif. 97
Florida 13
Tex.
Others (Cuba) -


- 1 4
87 82 12 1 1 1 10 90
- 62 472 513 496- 711 552 789 805 731 335 46
9 16 21- 88 86 37 21 2. -
3 14 -


Total 121 90 158 484 524 513 732 640 876 842 753 347 140
hiladelphia,..Pa..
Ar8 4
Calif. 10 24 13 1 15
Florida 10 25 169 .13 104 95 57 99 156 153 111 24
Tex. 1 32 63 34 33 21 44 28 7 -
Others (Cuba.) 5 _- .
2otal 29 34 43 169 154 167 119. 90 12D 200 181 123 39


Ariz. 5 5 1
Calif. 8 20 10 1 1 8
Florida 2 15 59 19 5 13 11 11 30 57 21 7
Tex. 1 2 69 88 121 108 130 106 77 29 4
Total 16 20 25 62 88 93 134 119S 141 136 134 5F 0


Portland. Me.
Ariz. 10 1
Calif. 5 1 2 4
Florida .- .. 5 ..1 5 1 1 3 1
Tex. 3 3 13 8 10 9 1 -
Total 5 1 5 4 8 13 8 11 10 6 11 .5
Providence. R.I.
Ariz. -
Cif. 2 1 2
Florida 6 12 11 4 11 13 18 14 13 9 -
Tex. -- 3 1 -
Total 2 7 12 11 4 14 13 19 14 13 9 2
Rocheser. NY.
riz. i -
Calif. 3 11 4 7 -3
Florida 3 11 6 1. 4 7 -
Tex. 11 11 11 11 19 17 6 3 -
Total 1 3 11 17 11 11 11 19 18 10 11 3
Scrnton. Pa.
CaLif. 1 3
Florida -. 2 12 8 1 14 10 14 -11 5 1
Tex. 5 13 15 6 12 4 1 -
Total 1 2 12 13 14 15 20 22 18 12 5 4
Springfield. mass.
Ariz ..
Calif. 1 .
Florida 4 12 5 5 9 3 10 11 11 4 1
Tex. 2 1 1 4 3 3 -
Total 4 13 7 6 9 4 14 14 14 4 1
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Ariz. 3 5
Calif. 1 1 1 3
Florida 6 12 8 2 2 2 2 5 6 2
ex. 12 16 15 23 36 17 19 1 -
Total 1 1 6 12 20 18 17 25 38 22 29 11 -


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CABLOT UNIOADS OF GBAPFEWUIT in 100 CITIES FBM JULY 1946 `I J JULY. 1947




State JULY. A. SET. OCS. 'B. DC. JAN. IFmB. MA' APR MY JX1E JULY

E.A (Cont'd.)


Washington. D.C.
Ariz. 6
Calif. 8
Florida 1 -
T -
Total 7 8


W5





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S .4
- 1 1 -
6 38 37 32 42 26 41 48 45 29
- 14 19 12 19 16 12 3 2
6 3 51 51 54 45 58 61 48 35


ilkes Barre ,a.
Ariz. -
Calif. 3 3 1 1 1
Florida 1 3 1 4 5 5 3 4 3 -
Tex. 2 3 3 4 3 2 -
Total 3 3 1 5 1. 4 8 8 8 8 5 1
rcester. Mas.
Ariz.- -
Calif. -
Florida -
Te _,- 1 2 2 -
Total 1 2 2 -


3-__T AL EB AS
Ariz. 37 1 4 55 16
Calif. 153 205 136 17 1 1 1 2 2 5 17 168
Florida 40 203 1082 970 810 1114 880 1266 1426 1357 666 107
Tex.- 2 2 249 345 412 459 530 389 223 53 4
Others. (Cuba) 3 24 -
Total 232 208 363 1101 1221 1156 1526 1340 1798 1817 1589 791 295



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Akron. _0.
Ariz.
Cal if.
Florida
Tex.
Total
Amarillo. Tex.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Pex.
Total
Beaumont. Tex.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total
Butte, LLont.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Texl
Total


- 1

- 1


1 -
- 4 5 1
1 : 4 5 1


1 1
1 1 -

I '- 2 ~ 1 -


- 1
3 4 5
3 4 6


2 1 1
2 1 1


- 1 -

- 2
- 2 -


1 1 2 1
1 4 -
2 4
2 4 2 5 1 7 2
2 4 2 5 8 5 a


3 1 3
- 1


6 4 6


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CAIROT UNIOADS OF GAIBP UIT in 100 CITIES FRM JU 1946 THFU JULY 1947
BY M)'iS AND BY ,==S OF OBIGIN (CONTD.,


State JULY1G. j .SE T. OCT. OV.1 C.I JAW.1 TB. MA.1 AP.[ MAY JUEE JULY


WV ST (Cont'd)
Chicago, 111.
iz. 12 1 28. 10
Calif. 46 47 34 4 1 10 54
Florida 3 28 140 10 3 3 2 4 33 94 31 1
Tex. 2 35 223 243 311. o270 351. 291 188 52 2
Total 63 48 68 179 233 246 314. .73 355 324 282 12 -67
Qincinnati. 0,
Ariz. 4 34 -
Calif. 17 25 9 - -. 5 19
Florida 1 24 68 13 9 7 3 4 19 35 18 1
Tex. 1 5 76 75 109. 103 140 106 78 10 17
Total. 23 35 33 73 89 84 116 106 144 125 113 67 37
Cleveland, 0.
Aiz. 1 -
Calif. 3 10 13 2 1- 4 17
Florida 16 45 3 2 3 4 4 30 18 -
Tex. 7 96 82. 121 122 136 143 109 34 -
Others (Cuba) 1 -. - -
Total 4 10 30 54 100 84 124 122 140 147 139 56 18
Colpnbu,. Q .
iz. 9 1
Calif. 4 8 1 6 7
Florida 6 17 5 2 2 5 2 15 5 -
Tex. 2 33 27 42 34 42 38 14 -
Total 5 8 7 19 38 27 44 36 47 40 29 20 8
Pallas. .ex
Ariz. 2 -4 1
Calif. 1 4 2 5
Florida 1 10 1 -
Tex. 3 34 40 38 39 50 35 21 6
Total 3 4 3 13 34 40 38 40 50 35 21 10 6
Davenport. Ia.
Aiz. -
Calif. 2
Florida 2 3 -
Tex. 1 16 9 19 15 17 21 8 7
Total 2 2 4 16 9 19 15 17 21 8 7 2
Dayton. O.
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 1 1
Florida 1 1 1 -
Tax. 2 2 4 1 -
Total 2 2 2. .5 1- 1 .2 1 1
Denver. Colo.
Ariz. 6 2 15 3
Calif. 14 10 5 2 1 1 8 16
Florida 2 14 -- -
Tlex 7 55 33 71 55 73 54 62 2
Total 20 10 7 23 55 33 72 55 74 54 64 25 19
Des Lboies. Ia.
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 6 7 2 4 3 4
Florida 3 11 5 2 -
Tex. 2 4 42 19 24 26 50 41 21 5
Total 9 7 5 15 42 19 24 26 50 41 30 10 4
##-Includtes Moline, East Moline & Rock Island, Illinois.






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CAEIOT UNIoADS OF CGMPEFRUIT in 100 CITIES FDM JULY-1946 TEU JULY 1947
BY WN'IES .A1'BY STATES OF OIGCIN (CONT'D.)

State | JULY AUG.ISEPT. OCT. NOV DEC.I JAN. =B. I MAR. APR. MAY J.UNE JULY

mES (Cont'd)


_Ae-rojit.1ch.
Ariz. 6
Calif. O30
Florida 2
Tex. _. -
Totnl 3R


- 2 9 7
1 2 21
61 38 11 15 8 22 36 57 24 -
7 91 81 140 119 179 147 104 32 -
69 129 92 155 127 2)1 183 163 67 28


Sriz. -- --- -
Calif. 2 1 3
Florida 1 8 1 1
ex. 14 10 18 19 16 16 11 -
Total 2 2 2 8 14 10 18 19 16 16 12 1 3
El Paso, .Te.
Ariz. 1 -2 4 -
Calif. 1 3 2 -- 2 -
Florida 2 -
Tex. 5 9 4 6 9 5 14 7 1
Total 2 3 2 7 9 4 6 9 5 14 9 7 -
vas7.ille., Ind.
Ariz. -
Calif. -1 2
Florida 4 3 1 -- 1 2 -
Tex. 6 6 7 6 10 6 9 -
.T tal 4 6 7 7 10 6 .. J1 4 2
Flint, .ich.
Ari 8 1
Calif. 3 3 2 2
Florida 2 9 1 1 6 1 -
Tex. .. -. 13 8 5 18 27 23 14 2
Total .. 3 3 4 9 14 8 6 18 27 23 23 11 3
Ft. jiavne.. Ind.
Ariz. 1 3
Calif. 2 2 1 3 2
Florida 1 6 1 3 -
Tex. 14 13 17 18 25 3 17 -
Total 2 2 1 6 15 14 17 18 25 3 21 6 2
Ft. Horth, Tex.
.axiz. -
Florida 3 -
Tex. 2 9 2 1 3 2 2
Total, .9 2 6 9 2 1 3 2 2 1
C-Tand. id., ih.
Ariz. -4 1
Calif. 3 1 5
Florida 13 1 1 15 9 -
Tex. 37 38 56 47 61 49 19 -
Total 3 2 4- 13 3. .37 8 56 47 62 50 34 14 6
gou.st on, .
Ariz. 1 -- 2 1
Calif. 2 8 6
Florida 2 -
Tex. 3 2 26 6 31 26 5 4 2
Total 3 8 5' 2 26 6 31 26 5 4 4 7


S . .






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CAUMT UNIOADS OF GBAPEiWIT in 100 CITIES EBM JULY 1946 IRU JULY 1947

BY lDrnS AMD BY STUIES OF CRIGIN (CONT'D.)

State JULY IAU. SEPT. OCT. OV. DEC.I JAN. FIB. MAR. AP. MAY JUE I JULY

W S (Cont'd


IndianaollqIad
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


Kansas City, Mn.
Ariz. 3
Calif. 21
Florida
Tex, -
Total 24


Lincoln. Nebr.
Ariz.
Calif. 1
Florida
Tex, .-


Total 1
Little Rock. Ark.


1 3
4 7 2 1 -
- 3 10 3 1 1 -
3 2 35 31 50 42 50 47 29
8 7 5 12 38 31 51 42 52 47 32


7 6 2
9 22 9
- 11 65 61 93 91 89 86 51
7 15 33 65 61 93 91 89 86 62


2 -- -- -
- 4 7 1
- 1 10 10 15 13 13 14 8
2 4 8 10 10 15 13 13 14 9


A i. -
Calif. 1 2 1 -- 1
Florida -
Tex. 1 4 20 19 20 15 16 18 17 7
Total 2 1 10 21 19 20 15 16 18 17 7 1
Los Angeles.Cal.
Ari- 14 1 1 5 5 7 12 9 20
Calif. 24 2 2 2 -
Florida -
Tea. -- -
Total 24 2 16 3 1 5 5 7 12 9 20
Madison. Wis.
.Ariz. -- --- 1
Calif. 1 2
Florida 3 6 1 1 1 1 1 2 -
Tex. 3 17 17 28 27 13 28 14 4
Total 3 10 18 18 29 28 13 28 15 6 3
* Milwaukee. Vis.
Ariz... 1 -- 1
Calif 5 8 3 8
Florida 1 2 28 5 10 9 -
Teax. 1 51 56 68 78 81 62 45 5
Total 7 8 5 29 56 56 68- 78 81 62 55 15 8
Minneapolis .Minm.
Ariz. 3 1
Calif. 12 10 4 2 6 19
Florida 4 36 3 1 1 -
Tex. 5 84 76 113 99 101 100 74 10 2
Others (0tCuba) -
Total 12 10 10. 41 87 77 113 99 101 100 77 19 22
.. New Orleans,.L.
Ariz. 2
.Calif. 1 3 2 4
Florida 7 10 2 1 1 4 2
Tex. 1 14 12 6 10 15 18 28 13 -
Total 1 3 9 11 16 12 7 10 15 19 32 13 8


15 3
4 7
1
4
24 10


4 1
18 15
7 -
29 16


5
1 4


6 4


I,


~


- -


m im


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CABOT. UNIDADS OF GRAP~ HJIT in 100 CITIES F1M JULY 1946 BSJ JULY 1947

.. BY MDNES AMN BY STAM ES OF ORIGf (C~T'D.)


State


JUY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV.] DB.. JAN. B. Me. APER. MAY JTAUE JULY


E B S (Cont'd)
0al:1and. Cal.
2 1 16 8 13 10 9 4 10 4 4
Calif. 8 3 5 3 11 .7 7 14 15 17 8 -
Total 2 8 3 6 19 19 17 23 19 .27 1Z 4
Okahoms City
h i -, I, , .

Calif. 7 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 7
Florida 1 14 -
Tex. 21 13 25 7 19 22 10 2 1
Total 7 4 2 14 23 13 25 28 21 23 12 6 8
Onsha. Nebr.
Ari z. -.- -
Calif. 8 7 1 1 -1 6- 7
Florida 3 9 2 6 2 -
Tea. 1 33 5 8 9 42 36 19 6 1
Total 9 7 4 10 35 5 8 9 42 36 26 14 8


PteorTia.I~ 1.1


ArT1Z ..
Calif. 1 1 1
Florida -6 -- 2 -
Tex. 10 10 22 10 21 22 9 1
Total 1 6 11 10 22 10 21 22 9 3 1


Phoenix. Ariz.
.Calif.

Total


- 29 -
- 29 -


'rtland. Ore.
Ariz. 3 7 10 18 4 12 13 12 5 3
Calif. 7 23 5 3 1 2 2 3 4 8 10
3lorida 1 21 1 1 3 1
Tex. 21 21 -28 41 37 27 2 -
Total 10 23 6 24 29 10 40 34 56 53 46 15 14


St. Louis. Mo.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


11 - -. 5 2
21 24 28 2 5 20
- .2 31 -1 2 8 2
2 14 79 75 140 111 136 147 115 48 3


Total 34 24 30 47 79 75 140 111 136 148 117 66 27
. Paul. mnn.
Calif 4 2 1 2
Florida 11 1 2 -
Tex, 2 1 22 22 19 19 13 9 -
Total 4 2 11 20 11 22 22 19 20 15 12 2

Calif. 3 6 4 1 6 5
Florida 1 18 -
Tes. 21 16 24 24 28 35 33 -
Total 3 6 5 19 21 16 24 24 28 35 33 10 5
San Antonio. Tex.
Ariz. 1 -- -- -
Calif 21 1
Florida 5 ---
Tex. 1 1 -
Total 1 21 5 1 -- -....1 1


-


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CARIOT UITATDS OF GRAPEGRIT in 100 CITIES IFOM JULY 1946 TB U JULY. 1947
BY DN'JES AND 3Y SUTAES OF ORIGIN (CONT'D.)

State I JULYA a.JSIET.: OCT. kOV.I mC.I JAN. EIB. MWR. AIR. MAx JUE JULI

W 9ST (Cont'd )


San DiePo.Cal.
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. -
Total 1 -
San Franmisco .
Ariz. 10 -
Cal if. 7 12 14
Total .17 12 14
Seattle. Mai.
Ariz. 9 .
Calif 10 27 13
Florida 6
Tex. -
Total 19 27 19
Shreve-oort. La.
Ariz. 1 -
California 2 -
Florida -
TFe -


1 2 3 5 8 8 24
- 1 -
1 a 3 6 8 8 4.


3 1 -


6 39 29 28 20 18 25 12 11.
5 1 17 16 16 17 21 24 18
11 40 46 44 35 35 46 36 29

S 6 "9 9. "7 8 15 -19 14
6 5 4 2 3 7 9 11
25 2 2 5 4 -
- 35 13 34 35 41 21 20 4
31 48 26 45 44 52 48 52 29

-- -. 1

- 2 1 -


28


Total 3 2 1 1 1
ioux City. Ia.
Ariz. -
Calif. 4 2 3 1 1 4
Florida 7 1 -
Tex. 1 27 18 33 31 26 24 31 6
Lotal 4 -2 3 27 2D 33 21 26 24 31 7 4
ioux Falls. S. .
Ari. -
Calif. 1 2 3
Florida 1 4 -
Te 1 12 8 16 9 .8 3 7 5 -
Total 2 2 1 4 12 8 .16 9. 8 -13 7 6- 3

Calif. 1 3
Florida 2 -


pokmane. ash.
Cali 4 14 2 1 2 2 3 5
Florida 1 6 .1 1 1 -
Tex. 12 11. 9 19 21 18 14 4 -
Total 6 14 2 6 12 11 12 25 23 22 18 12 8
Prinaefield.mo.
Ariz. 2 ,. 1 -
Calif. 2 1 4
Florida 4 1 -
Tex. 2 .7 6 7 6 9-. 10 6 1
Total 2 2 6 7 7 7 6 9 10 6 3 4


acoma ,. Wash.
Ariz. -
Calif. 1 6 3
Florida 1
Tex. 1 -
Total 8 6 44


- 2 1 1 2 1 2 3
1 2 2 2
5 1
- . 8 10 9 11 12 14 12 3
5 10 11 - 10 13 12 16 16 8 3


Si




S




-s




S'


13


II


- -- ---






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CAPfT UNIOADS OF GAPERUIT in 100 CITIES FOM JULY 1946 IUJ JULY 1947
BY MONIES AND BY STATES OF OBIGIN (CONT'D.)


State JULY AUG.JSEPT.J OCT. DVY. DIE. JA.j FEB. MAR. t APR.1 MAY JUEl JULY


Terre Haute
Ariz.
Calif .
Florida
Tex.
Total


- 1


- 7 2
4 8 10 4 -
4 8 10 11 3


Toledo, O.
Ariz. 1 6 2
Calif. 4 4 1
Florida 2 8 3 1 5 12 3
Tex. 20 24 31 33 37 35 8 -
Total 6 4 2 8 23 25 36 33 37 35 21 9 3

Ariz. .-- - -
Calif. 3 1 1 1 2
Florida 4 -
Tax. 1 11 9 17 13 13 8 10 -
Total 3 1 1 5 11 9 17 13 13 8 10 1 2
Tulsa, Okla .
Ariz. 11
Calif. 3 -- 5
Florida 1 5 -
Tex. 8 5 14 13 12 13 8 3
Total 3 1 5 8 5 14 13 12 .13 8 4 6
Wichita. Kans.
Ariz. 1 3 1
Calif. 7 5 1 --- 7
Florida 6 4 -
Tax. 1 1 11 6 6 9 6 9 1. -
Total 9 5 7 5 11 6 6 9 6 9 4 8

Ariz. -
Calif. 1 -- 2
Florida 13 4 1 9 5 -
Tex. 13 17 29 29 39 25 12
Total 1 13 17 17 29 29. 39 26 22 8 3


TOTAL WEST

Ariz. 85 1 8 87 63 79 64 62 93 89 231 105
Calif. 299 376 189 34 15 36 26 28 41 51 71 149 348
Florida 8 171 750 98 32 42 18 42 114 329 148 9
Tex. 15 129 1449 1308 1866 1750 2147 1890 1326 305 9
Others (Cuba) 3 -
Total .407 377 363 921 1649 1439 2313 186 2292 2148 1815 833 471


WEST (Cont'd


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CALOT UNIOADS OF GRAPRHJIT in 100 CITSE FBM JULY 1946 TU JULY 1947
BY IMD S AMD BY STaIS or OZIUI (cODT'D.)

State A.JULY AU5. SET. OCT. NlV. DC. JAN. FEB. MAB APR. MAY JUNE JULY


Atlanta. Ge..
Ariz. 7 1
Calif. 1 1
Florida 21 24 14 20 27 43 40 29 15
Tex. 3 1 2 3 2 -
Total 21 27 15 20 29 46 42 29 23 2
Bim-inham, A.
riz. -9 1
Calif. 3-
Florida 3 4 9 5 5 7 15 14 11 8 1
Tex. 2 4 5 2 5 5 4 -
Total 3 3 14 15 7 9 12 17 19 16 12 2
Charleston. S.C.
Ariz. -
Calif. 1 -
Florida 1 1 1 -
Tex. 1 -
Total 1 2 1 1 "
Charleston. V fa.
Ariz. -
Calif. -
Florida 2 2 2 3 1 8
Tex. 3 3 4 5 5 5 6 -
Total 2 2 5 6 4 5 5 5 7 8
Charlotte N. C.
Ariz, 1 -
Calif. -
Florida 1 7 4 4 12 8 7 3 -
Tex. 3 1 - 2 7--
Total 1 10 5 4 14 8 14 4 -
Chattanoo a. Tenn.
Ariz. 2
Calif. 1



Columbia. S.C.
Ariz. .-.. 1 -
Calif. 1 1 -
Florida 4 1 1 -
Tex..- 1 43 4 5 1 2 -
Total 1 5 1 1 3 2 4 5 4 -
Greensboro. I.C.
AMiz. -
Calif. -
Florida 1 5 1 2 23 3 4 1 -
Tex 4 3 2 2 1 1 -
Total 1 1 8 7 4 5 4 3 5 -
unrinboron. .a.
Ariz. -
Calif. 1 -. ... .
Florida 1 1 4 2 3 3 -
Te x. 4 3 2 2 1 -


.Tem. 1 5 2 5 .. 8 7 8 3
Others (Cuba) 2 -- -
otal 2 3 2 7 2 7 10 7 8 5 4 -






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CABLOT UNIOADS OF GRATPFWJIT in 100 CITIES FRO JULY 1946 T~B JULY 1947
BY UIBs S AND BY STA S CF ORIGIN (CONT'D.)

state JULY AUG. SPT. OCT. IMV. DEC. JAN. FEB. MAB. AR. MAY JU JULY

SOJU (Cont'd)
Jacksonville .Fla.
Ariz. -
Calif. -- .
Florida -
Tex.
Total -
Knoxville. Temn.
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 1 1 -_
Florida 3 2 1 2 7 4 3 3 1
Tex. 2 2 3 3 3 1 -
Total 1 1 1 3 2 4 4 5 10 5 3 4 1
Lexinton. Kv.
Ariz. -
Calif. 1 1
Florida 1 1 1 1 -
Tex. 1 2 2 1 2 -
Total 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1
Louisville, Ky.
Ariz. 1 1 11 1
Calif. 2 5 1 4
Florida 4 17 3 2 1 2 8 18 2 2
Tex; 1 26 24 32 32 42 12 12 2
Total 3 5 6 18 29 26 32 33 44 20 31 16 7
Memphis. Ten.
Ariz. 1 6
Calif 4 4 2 1 1 2
Florida 11 14 1 1 1 6 5 4
Tex. 2 20 16 26 32 43 41 18 4 1
Total 4 4 13 16 22 16 27 32 43 42 25 16 7
i~nrrn Tin.


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.


Total -
MobileA.
Ariz. -
Calif. -
Florida -
Tex. 1 -
Total 1 1 2 -
11onta nerv. Ala.
Ariz. ...
Calif.
Florida -
Tax. ,- 1 -
Total 1 .2 2 1 1 -

Ariz. 2
Calif. 1 a 1 4 2
Florida 6 12 3 1 1 1 4 1 4
Tex. 2 8 9 6 14 11 9 5 4 1
Total 1 2 7 18 11 9 7 15 1' 9 9 7 7






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CAHIDT UNIDADS OF GRAPEFUIT in 100 CITIES FoM. JUL. 1946 EHU JULY 1947
BY W1NES AND BY STAMS OF ORIG3 (COvNT'D.)


State I JULY AUG.ISET.1 OCT. 10V.'IEC. JAN. B.I MAR. ABPR. MYI JUNE JULY


AL T. JLS (Cont'O)
Norfolk. Va.
Calif. 1
Florida
Tex. -
otal 1 1
Richmond. Ya.
Ariz. 2
Calif. 2
Florida
Ta -


5 9 9 8 8 7 9 10 9 8
-- 1 1 -
5 9 9 9 8 8 9 10, 9 9


- 10 3

9 11 16 12 14 7 22 20 19 2 -
- 1 1 1 1 -


--.
Total 2 2 9 11 16 13 15 8 23 20 19 13 3
noke. Va. ,
Aiz. 1 -
Calif. -
Florida 1 3 2 1 4 3 8 10 5 1
Tex. 4 -
Total 1 1 3 2 5 4 3 8 10 5 1 2


Tampa. Fla.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tp^


.To -
Total -----


TOTAL SOUTH
Ariz. 4 2 49 8
Calif. 10 21 6 4 2 5 11
Florida 1 45 120 84 56 58 72 126 121 123 59 10
Tex. 1 5 83 73 92 111 128 87 63 15 1
Others (Cuba) 2 -
Total 16 21 53 129 169 129 190 183 254 208 188 128 30










TOTAL 100 CITIES EAST, WEST & SOUTE
Ariz. 126 1 8 88 63 79 64 62 93 95 335 129
Calif 462 602 331 55 18 37 26 29 43 53 76 171 527
Florida 49 -. 419 1952 1152 898 1214 970 1434 1661 1809 873 126
Tex. 18 136 1781 1726 2370 2320 2805 2366 1612 373 14
Others (Cba) 3 29 -
Total 655 606 779 2151 3039 2724 3689 3383 4344 4173 3592 1752 796


I


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CALDOT UIGADSf OF' GBAPEhI'T in 5 CANADIAN CITIES
BYM--NlES AND.BY STAQ S OF ORIGIN

State J ULY AUG SEIT. OCT. INOV. DEC. JAN, FEB. MR APR. MAY JUNE JULY

CANADA
Montreal.. e.
Ariz. 2 -2 11 2
Calif. 33 22 12 1 5 21 40
Florida 1 3 3 26 16 7 7 17 7 48 11 -
Tex. 15 38 43 53 60 44 23 -
Total 36 22 15 32 41 54 50 80 77 54 87 34 40

ottawa. Ont.
Ariz. 1 1 -
Calif. 7 4 1 1 1 7 9
Florida 1 10 6 5 1 3 1 9 2 -
Tex. 1 4 2 16 8 17 12 5 -
Total 7 4 2 11 10 7 16 9 19 14 16 10 9

Toprnto. Ont.
Ariz. 1 -
Calif. 47 23 31 12 6 5 2 25 48
Florida 3 47 33 12 10 5 11 18 53 5 -
Tex. 1 .- 57 57 65 99 101 87 54 .17 2
Total 48 23 34 59 96 74 75 104 112 105 109 48 50

Vancouver. B.C.
Ariz. 7 3 1 1 5 -
Calif. 17 17 16 - 4 7 7 21 15 23
Florida 2 15 1 -
Tex. 25 22 17 22 28 20 9 2 -
Total 19 17 18 .15 26 22 28 25 36 28 30 22 23

Winrnipeg. an.
Ariz. 5 -
Calif. 9 13 5 1 17
Florida 11 2 1 -
Tex. 1 14 20 18 24 17 26 2 -
Total 9 13 5 11 14 15 20 18 24 17 29 7 17






TOTAL 5 CNADIAN CITIES
Ariz. 4 7 3 1 3 12 18 -
Calif. 113 79 65 12 6 6 4 7 9 31 68 137
Florida 1 9 115 68 33 17 13 30 26 111 14
Tex. 1 1 113 133 161 200 30 180 117 21 2
Total 119 79 74 128 177 172 189 216 268 -218 271 121 139






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CAeI TUNI.AsDS O. BR.IDA TNGERI5.S in 100 CITIES

MF1M OCTOBER 1946 'IHJ APRIL 1947.

City OCT. DoV. DEC. JAN. EB. MR. I APR.


EABS -----
Albany, N.Y.
Altoona, Pa.
Baltimore, Id.
Boston, Mass.
Bridgeport, Conn.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Hartford, Conn.
Newark, N. J.
New Haven, Conn. "
New York City, N. Y,-
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Portland, Me.
Providence,. M, I.
Rochester, N. Y.
Scranton, Pa.
Springfield, Mass.
Syracuse, N. Y.
Washington, D. C.
Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Worcester, Mass.
TOTAL EAST -

S LU----
Akron, 0.
Ararillo, Tex. -
Beaumont, Tex.
Butte, Mont.
Chicago, Ill. -----
Cincinnati, 0. ---- -
Cleveland, 0.
Columbus, 0.
Dallas, Tex.
Davenport, Ia.
Dayton, 0.
Denver, Colo. -- #- -
Des Moines, Ia.----- -
Detroit, Mich.
Duluth, Minn.
El Paso, Tax. ---- #-
Evansville, Ind.
Flint, Liich.
Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Ft. Worth, Tex.
Grand Ibpids, Mich.
Houston, Tex.


4
1
7
18

10
7
5

122
43
25

4
3
2
3
1
1
3

259







17
16
17
1






25


1



1


6
7
38
76

20
1 ..
6
4
324
132
92

13

1
5
1
6
2

734







99
50
47
6
3


6
1
78
1

4
4
1

2
1


6 2
4 6
35 16
101 19
6 2
19 5
9 2
10' 3
9 4
395 164
88 6
110 41

. 20 9
4 3
1
5 3
1' -
1 -
12- 2
1

836 287







110 25
33 8
62 16
9 1

3 -

3

68 19



2
1

4
1


1
.3





48

3










55
55


2


4












6






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CA&DIT UNLOADS OF FIOIDA& TABNEIES in 100 CITIES

EBOM OCTOBER 1946 THr APPIL 1947 (ODNT'D)

City OCT. 1V. EC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR.

. WEST (Cont'd.)
Indianapolis, Ind. 4 1 -
Kansas City, Mo. ----- 2 8 2 -
Lincoln, Nebr. 1 -
Little Rock, Ark. -
Los Angeles, Cal. -
Madison, Wis. 1 -
Milwaukee, Wis. 2 11 2 1 -
iiinneapolis, Minn. 6 9 9 1 -
New Orleans, La. 1 -
Oakland, Cal. -
Oklahoma City, Okla. 3 2 -
Onaha, Nebr. 2 1 -
Peoria, Ill. -
Phoenix, Ariz. -
Portland, Ore. --- 5 2 -
St. Louis, Mo. -- # 5 31 17 2 -
St. Paul, Iinn. 1 -
Salt Lake City, Utah -
San Antonio, Tex. -
San Diego, Cal. -
San Francisco, Cal. -
Seattle, Wash. ----- -
Shreveport, La. -
Sioux City, Ia. -
Sioux Falls, S. D. -
South Bend, Ind. -
Spokane, Wash. 1 2 -
Springfield, Mo. -
hacona, Wash. -
Terre Haute, Ind. -
Toledo, O. 1 3 -
Topeka, Kans. -
Tulsa, Okla. -
Wichita, Kans. 1 -
Youngstown, 0. 2 7 3 1 -
T 0 TAL WEST 103 385 334 76 4
----------------------------------------
SOUTH -----
Atlanta, Ga. 7 4 -
Birminghan, Ala. 2 -
Charleston, S. C. -
Charleston, W. Va. 2 1 -
Charlotte, N. C. 5 -
Chattanooga, Tenn. .
Columbia, S. C. -
Greensboro, N. C. 2 2 -
Huntington, W. Va. -






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caOTr UNtOADS OF oBIDO T TA.N iciIS in 100 CZISS .

MOM OCTOBER 1946 'MBWJ APRIL N47 (7017'D)

City OCT. NOV. I. C. (JAN. FEB. MA. APER.

S 0 UX (Cont'd.)


Jacksonville, Fla.
Knoxville, Temn.
Lexington, Ky.
louisville, Ky.
Merphis, Tenn.
Miami, Fla.
mobile, Ala.
iontgomery, Ala.
Nashville, Temn.
Norfolk, Va.
Richmond, Va.
Boanoke, Va.
Tampa, Fla.
TOTAL SOUTH


-
-

6




1





9


2
4
8



8
1
2


43


1
6



7


1

22


TOT1L 100 CITIES 371 1161 1192 36


1 -
2 -



1 -





4 -

-7 59 6
'7 59 6


S---- Additional carlot unloads, Tangerines:-


Chicago, Ill,
Cincin-ati, 0.
Denver, Colo.

Des Moines, Ia.
El Paso, Tax.


Dec.
Jan.
Nov.
Jan.
Nov.
Dec.


La. 3
Tex. 1
La. 1
Teax. 1
sax. 2
Tax. 2


Kansas City, Mo.
Portland, Ore.
St. Louis. Mo.

Seattle, Wash.


CAOIT UNOADS OF FIORIDA ANI~GIES in 5 CANKDIAN CITIES, FDM OC0BER 1946 TIT APIL 1947
City OCT. I OV. DEC. JAN. FE. M A. APR.



Montreal, Que. 2 4 2 3 -
Ottaa, Ont. -
obronto, Ont. 2 11 3 -
Vancouver, B. C. ---- 2 21 -
Tinnipeg, M#an. --- # 5 _-
TOTAL 5 CANADIAN CITIES 6 41 5 3 -


# ----- Additional carlot unloads, ITngerines:-
Dec. Cal. 1 Winnipeg, Man.
Dec. Tex. 1


Nov. Tax. 2
Dec. Tax. 7


Dec.
Jan.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.


Tax. 1
Tex. 4


Tex. 6
Tex. 4


I n n HI II I I N I


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Vancower, B.C.






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CA ,OT UIOADS 07 MIXED CIJRTS in 100 CITIES EM JULY 1946 IB JULY 1947
BY DNEtS AID BY STASP OF OBGIN

State JULY AUC. SEPT. OCT. 10V. IIEC. JAN. FEB. MAR. APR.I MAY JUNLm JULY


2 2 -
2 2 -1


3 9 7 9 1 1 1 3 3 1


Total - -- -
Bpa,1timore, )[. .
Calif 3 -
Florida 1 12 15 51 49 30 34 20 27 23 3
Tex. 1 1 -
Total 4 12 15 52. 49 30 25 20 27 23 3
Boston, Maas.
.Afri.
Calif. 4 4 3 6 1
Florida 17 39 80 99 58 51 27 32 34 2
ex. 3 -
Total 4 4 17 39 87 9' 58 51 33 32 34 3
Bridgeport. Corm.
Calif. -- -. -
Florida -
Total -
Buffalo. N Y. ,
Calif. 3 6 2 1 5
Florida 1 1 2 -
Total 4 2 1 1 3 5

Calif, ------
Florida -- -4 3
Total 4 3 -


r a T-
Florida
Tex.
Total


1*


Tew4Haven. Com.
CaFlori .. -
Florida -2--'
Total 2 -
New York Cty
Aiz.- 1 3 1 -
Calif, 43 71 32 7 2 3 1 2 1 1 5 27
Florida 9 46 208 353 413 189 194 109 68 123 18
Tex. 1 1 2 -
Total 52 71 32 53 210 35 417 190 198 110 69 128 45
Philadelphia.,Pa.
Ariz. 3 -
Calif. 4 6 6 1 1 1 -2 1
Florida 6 22 110 126 95 12 28 75 75 52 12
Tex. 1 1 1 1 -
Total 10 6 6 23 111 130 97 13 29 77 75 52 13


Florida
Total








CAELOT UNLOADS OF MIXED CITUJS in 100 CITIES 71M JULY 1946 TBU JULY 1947

BY MDNS AMD BY' S FATES or OIGIN (CONT'D)

State JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DC. JAN. FIB. MMa. APE. MAY JUNE JULY

ZS (Co nt )
Pitsburgjh. Pa.
Ari. 1 1 1
Calif. 12 15 5 8 2 3 1 2 10
Florida 1 1 17 .37 40 34 16 5 11 12 1
Tex. 5 3 1 .4 .7 13 -
Total 14 15 5 12 22 49 43 41 24 18 13 13 11


Portland. Mg.
Cal if,
Florida


Total. 1 1 2 1
Proydlfence. ;a.
Florida .- -. 2 -
Florida . .. -.. = . -
To tal 1 -' -
Rochester, -. Y.-
Calif. -
Florida 5 8 6 8 6 6 3 1 -
Total .. -...5 8 6 8 6 6 3 1
Scr on, Pa.. .
Calif.. -
Florida -
Total ---- -
godrinfield. Mass.
Calif. -2- -
Florida 2 10 12 9 8 3 1 1 -
Total 10 12 11 8 3 1 1


Florida 2 2 -
Total 2 2 -
. B 3
Florida 6 7 16 10 10 8 7 6 10 4
Total 2 6 7 16 10 10 8 10 6 10 4
Wilkes Barre. Pa.
Calif. -- --
Florida -. 1 1 -
Total -


Worcester, Mass.
Calif.
Florida
.- Total


- 3
3


1'
1


TOTAL EAST
Ariz. 1 1 8 1 --
Calif. 72 106 45 8 14 8 4 4 12 3 6 46
Florida 18 120 421 690 733 354 334 254 232 267 41
*Tex. 7 8 2 5 11 13 -
Total 91 106 45 128 429 72D 744 363 349 279 235 274 87


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CAgR T UNIAADS OF XI)ED CI~ S in 100 CITIES FOM JULY 1946 'IB J JWLY 1947

BY EDN1 S AD BY STAIS OF ORIGIN (CONT'D.)

State JULY AUG.ISEPT.. OCT. DEC. JA. FEB. MAR. ER. MAY JUE JULY
Stt JUL 1 1 1 .1 ._- 4 .1 -1 -- I f JULY ..


Florida
Tex.
Total
A illo. Tex.
Calif .
Florida

Total


- 1 -
- I- -


8 11 12 8 9
8 11 .12 8 9


Beaumont Taex.
Calif.
Florida
Tax.


9 4 -
9 4 -


S2 . .-


Total .2 .

Florida 2 -
Calif. 1 I -
Florida- -5 8--- -

Chicago. 11I. ....
Ariz. 5 8 1 1 -
Calif. 34 53- 18 3 1 8 10 3 2 1 2 3 12
Florida 1 16 29 43 45 13s 10 2 32 19 2
Tex.- 2 31 36 35 23 6 7 -
Total 35 53 18 21 66 95 91 39 19 10 34 22 14
Cincinnati. 0.
riz.- 5 1 2
Calif. ...5- 1 1
Florida 1 14 33 49 37 19 10 15 23 14 -
Tex. 2 6 5 2 1 -
Total 6 1 14 35 60 43 21 12 16 23 16 1
Cleveland.. 0- . .
Ariz. 3 -
Calif. 2 2 2 1 3
Florida 12 6 2D 13 3 3 1 7 5 -
Tex. 1 1 1 4 3 -
Total 2 2 2 13 7 24 18 "6 3 1 8 5 3

Calif

.a -
Florida 4 - - , 2

'Florida -
Tex. 1 1 13 9 12 16 9 6 5 3 -
Total 1 1 13 9 12 16 9 6 5 3
Daeitgr. a. i

Florida 1 1 1 -
Sex. 1 -
Total 2 1 1 -


#-Includes IMoline, East Moline & Rock Island, Illinois.


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CA=EIT UOSIIASi 0i iIiiCIUS in 100 CITIES FIM. JULY 1946 ERT JULY 1947
BYaOIS AnD BY SUT=S O ORIGIN (CONTID)

State JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. 1NOV. DD. JAN. FEB. MAR. AR. MAY JUNE JULY

_E .ST (Cont'd)

Daytpn, 0.
Floria T ? "
Calif. -- -- - - -


Denverf. Colo. .
Calif. 2 -
Florida 1 -
Tex%-3 7 3 0 16 9 8 5 -
btal 2 8 233 20 16 9 8 5 -
Ies Moinaes. Ia.
Calif., --- .... . -
Florida -
Total --
Deltroi%. ,Mich.
2xi. 8 6 .- 1 -
Calif. 7 9 4 1 1 1 9
lorida 2 10 22 18 28 17 5 5 7 4
Tex... -- -. .1 7 1. 7 3. 1 .1
Total 9 9 4 11 31 26 .40 20 7 6 8 5 9
'"h irp '
Calif.
Florida --- -
Total -----
Total -. -
..... 8'9. -." ". , .... 1 "
Calif. 9 4 5 5 1 -- 2 -
Florida ... -
Te. 6 4 7 7 10 3 -
Total 9 4 5 5 6 5 7 7 10 3 3 -
Ialf. ----- -------
Florida 1 -
Tex. 1 1 -
Total -- 1 1 -
.c -_.. . .. 2 -
rlint, mch.
Florida 2 1 - -
Total 2 1 2 -
Ft. Waeam. In-.
Alri.z -
Calif. .- --.- -
Florida 1 1 3 -
Tex. -- -
To.al 1 1 -
SCalif.. -
Florida -
Tex. 1 7 5 15 12 11 5 3 -
Total 1 1 7 6 15 12 11 5 3 -
Grand APmids. Mich...
Calif, --- --
Florida 2 6 1 3 3 1 1 -
Teax 2 -
Total 2 6 5 3 8 3 1 1







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CAM0T UNLOADS OF MI CIThUS in 100 CITIES Fs M JUV 1946 .TEI JULY 1947

BY MMOTES AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN (ONT'D.)


State JULYJ AUG. SEPT.J OCT.j OV.I D3BC. JANI. FEB. J-MAR APR. LMALY JIE.E JULY

E S T (Cont'a)


Florida


- 2 -


Tex. 5 5 8 6 4 14 7 3 -


Total 2 5 5 8 6 4 14 7 3 1
Indianpoolis. Inr.
Calif. 1 2 1 -- 1 1 -
Florida 2 2 1 -
Tex.. 1 4 2 -3 1 2 -
.Total .1 2 1 6 4- 3 1 3 2 -
Kansas "ity. 1b.
Calf. 3 2 1 1 -
Florida 1 2 -
Te- 1 26 21 32 26 19 21 7 -


1otal 3 2 1 1 27 21 33 26 19 21 9 -
Linoin. Nebr.
Calif. 1 -
Florida -
Tex. 1 -
Total 1 -
Little .Qck. Ark.
Calif -
Florida -
Tex.
Tex. 1 -
Total -


Los AnJneles. Cal.
Ariz.
Calif.


Total - - - - - - -


- 3.


S 1
- 1 2


5
1 -
3 -


S 1
- 1 2
- w


Total 1 1 3 3 6 1 3 3
Milwaukee. Wis.
Ariz. -
Calif. 5 4 5
Florida 1 2 2 3 1 3 16
Tex. 6 3 4 3 1 -
Total 6 4 10 6 7 1 3 1 3 16 5

Calif 2 4 1 2 1 5
Florida 3 1 1 1 5 3 1
Tex. 5 2 2 17 6 2 1 -
Total 2 4 3 5 3 3 18 6 3 8 4 6


New Orleans. La.
Calif 2 2
Florida 1 -
Tex. -
-Total- 3 2


6 3 1

6 3 1


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


Oakland, Cal.
Ariz.
Calif -.


Total


Madipo, Wis.

Florida
Tex.


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CA0IT. UNIWADS OF MIXED CIMUS in 100 CITIES IFM JULY 1946 MEU JULY 1947

BY NDNTHS AND BY STIES OF ORIGIN (CONT'A)

State JULY AUG. SEPT.I OCT. MNV. DC. JAN. FB. MAR.I APE. MAY JUNE JULY

ST (Cont'd


Oklaho City
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


C ii -- - - -
Florida 1 1 1
Tex. - -1 11 30 29 1 1 -
Total 2 11 30 29 2 2 -


--Peoria. Ill.
Cali. 1 --- -
Florida 3 1 -
Tex. - 1 2 4 --
Total 1 3 1 .2 4 1
MhoeniZ. Ari z.
Calif. -------
Florida -
Tex. -
.Total .. -
Portland,- Ore.
Ariz. "--- -- 1
Calif. 2 2 1 5 2 3
Florida -
Tex. -.- -. -
oto 2 1 .5 3 3
St, Louis. Mo.
Ariz. -- 5 --
Calif. 12 13. 8 1 1 1 1 1 10
Florida 5 9 14 12 1 2 2 -
Tex. 5 23 18 28 22 16 14 15 1 -
Total 12 13 8 11 32 38 43 22 17 16 18 4 10
St. Zaul. Minn.
.. alif. 2
Florida- -
Tex. 1 1 1 5 2 1
total 1 2 1 1 1 6 2 3

Saln lnta Cio
Calf -
Florida -
Tea. o ... .. 1 4 1 -
San Antonoa. Tex.


Total 2 2 .2 2 2 3 -

Ariz. -
Calif. -
Total -- -
A.i.. --- -. .. --
Calif. -
Total 2 -


II


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1T 1 ^ 2 -






47 -

CABRIOT UIgADS OF MIED CITJUS in 100 CITIES FIM JULY 1946 THJ JLY 1947
BY i DMS AND BY STATES OF' ORIGIN (COQOnr.)


State JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT.| 1 V.. M C.. JAN. FEB, M1B. APR. MAY JUNES JULY


i- ; ; -
w k (ConttdQ

S- 1 1 1 -
Calif. 1- 2 -
Tex., ---- -
Total 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 3
Shrmew-ort. La..

Florida ...
Calif. 2 -
Florida 1 -
Tex. 1 -
Total 1 3 -
Sioux City. aD.
Calif. .- -

Florida -
Tex. -
Total " -
Siou tallB. S.nd.


Calif. -
Florida -


Tex. -
Total -- -
SouthBen. Ind.
Calif. -
Florida -
Tex. -
Total 1 4 -










.AOriz. -
Soinaniel. Mgsh .
Calif. .. .. .


Florida -
Tex. -
Total- -

Calif. -
Florida
Florex -
Total 4 1 -



Ariz. -
Calif. 1 -
Florida 1 -
Tex. -
ToIa I . 5 2
Total .... .
Terre :Hau.e. Ind.
Ariz. ....
Calif. ---- -
Florida 4 I -
Tex. -
Total -- -4 --1 -
Cale',. O. *

Florida ; 1 - .5.
Teo. -
To, .. .,. 1 5 2






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CARIOT UNIOADS OF MIED CITIES in..100 CITIES IMM JULY 1946 71J JULY 1947

BY MD1NES =AD BY STASe O ORIGIN (CPT'D)D

State JULY AUG. SEP. -OCTI. NOV. DBC. JAN. fB. MA. AI PR. MIAY JUEE| JULY

E W 'I (Cont'd)


Tog~a, Kear
Calif.
Florida
Tex-


Total .- - -


Calif. 1 -
Florida e. 1 - -- - -
Tex. -- - 1 -
Total 1 1 .- -.
ichita.. a .
Calif. - - -
Florida -3 -
Tex.- 1 6 4 7 2 -
Total 5 1 .-. 6. 4 7 2


Florida 2 1 -
Total 2 -



10 TAL WEST
Ariz. 9 29 10 1 .1 2 6 -
Calif. 89 100 50 11 3 15 17 13 9 9 13 14 59
Florida 8 83 112 172 157 40 30 31 -88 74 3
Tex. ,- 1 22 158 172 246 206 132 95 44 4 1
Total 97 101 50 116 282 388 430 79 172 136 147 98 -63


Atlm'acnta. J a.
Florida 2 15 2 24 15 9 8 4 8 1
Total 1 2 15 24 15 9 8 4 8 1 3
Bi mingham. Ala.
Caoifa -- -

loridf. -



Total -..
~ii - -- --

Florida --- -
Total - -


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CAmOT UN.OADS OF MIXED CITRUS in 100 CITIES M JULY 1946 'WI JULY 1947 .

BY MDN.S AIM BY STATES OF ORIGIN (CNIT' )


State JULY AUG. (SPT. OCT. INV. DME. JAN. FEB. MAR. APE. MAY JUNE JULY

S 0J.-LI (Cont'a)


CharloRte, ',C.
Calif. -
Florida -


Florida .-, 2 -
Totall 2. -
Total -


Calif. - 2 - 1


Total -- 1 -
Calif--- -- -- 1
Florida 1 2 -
T 0r. .- .- 1 1
Total 2 . -
Grieensboro .C. ..

Florida 11 -
Tex. -. -- 1 -
Total 1 -11 1
Huntington. .Ya.



Florida 1 -3--
Calif. 1 -
Florida .3 3 2 1 3 -
Tex. _-_..._ 1i-. .
Total 1 3 4 2 2 2 4 -
Jacksonville. Fla.
Ca lL f .. . .
Florida -
Tex. ,. -
Total - . .. -
Knozville. Tem.
Calif, .... I
Florida . 5 14 2 8 7 -
Total -- 5 14 2 8 7 1
Lexinon. Ky.
Calif I------
Florid a.. .. .. .
Total 1 1 1 -


Louisville. KY.
Calif.
Florida
T ox. l
Total


- 11 6 1 4
- 11 7 1 4
- 11 7 1 4


3
2 5
1 -
3 5 3
3 5 3


Total - -- -


Miami, Fla.
Calif.
Wi' v" 4ln


Floida- 1 -
Totl 1 1 -


-~ -CV -Y - - - -


Total


bie. Ala.

Florida
Total


* 'J! '


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CARI T UMIOADS OF MIXED CITUS in 100 CITIES FInM JUT 1946 ~BU JULY 1947

BY 0NIES AND BY STATES OF ORIGfI (CNT'D)


State JULYJ AUG.SEPT. OCT. NOV. IEC. JA.. EB. M AR. AP. MAY JUNE JULY

S 0 U TH (Cont'd)


iontg=anery, Ala.
Calif.
Florida
Total


1 1
1 1


1. 1 -

2 - 1 -


ishhlle. Tenn.
Calif. 1 1 -
Florida 1 10 11 18 13 8 1 -
Tex. -1 -
Total 1 1 10 11 20 13 8 1 -
rfolk. Va.
CFlori -
Florida- -- 1 -- -
Total -1 -


Ric hmond, Va.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex, -
Total -


1 --

1 7 13 11 2 4

2 7 13 11 2. 5


Florida
Total


2Ta 0a.i l4a.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


TOTAL SOUTH


2 3
1

3 3


- 1 1 1 -
9 28 52 72 48 47
- 2- 1 2 1 1
10 29 54 75 49 48


2 2 5 8
24 20 8 1
- 1 -
26 23 13 9


TOTAL 100 CITIES EAST, WEST & SOUHT

Ariz. 1 10 38 11 1 1 2 7
Calif. 163 209 95 20 3 30 26 17 13 23 18 25 113
Florida 27 212 561 925 962 462 411 309 340 349 45
Tex. 1 22 166 180 250 212 144 108 45 4 1
Total 191 210 95 254 740 1273 1249 691 5.9 441 405 385 159


3- -
3- -

3


Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


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CABIOT UNIDADS OF MIXE CITIES - 5 CANADIAI CITIES

BY .N1IKS A1D BY STATES OF OIG.I


State JULYI AUT.SEP. OCT NOV IDC JA.[ FEB IMAR APR. h JI NE JULY


- 1


- 1


- 2 -
- 1 1 -
. 1 1
- 1 2 2 1


1 1 -

1 1 .


0 ttaw. Ont.
Ariz. .
Calif. 2 1 '1 1
Florida -
Tex. .. -
Total 2 1 1 -

Toronto, Ont.
Ariz. -- .
Calif. 7 1 3 6 2 1 -
Florida 2 2 6 1 1 2 1 2 -
9 1 8 8 1 2 2 1 2 -
Total 9 1 3 8 8 1 2 2 1 2


Vancouver. B.C.
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex..
Total


4 5


4 5


- 1 -
1 1 -

1 1 -
2 1 2


1
1 -

1 A1


1 2 1


1 2 1


- 1 -
- 1 1 -
- 3 1 -


- 4 2 1 -


- 2


- .- 2


TOTAL 5 CANADIAN CITIES

Ariz. -
Calif. 12 10 6 6 3 2 4 2 4
Florida 2 2 7 1 2 2 2 1 2 -
Tex. 4 1 1 1 1
Total 14 10 6 8 14 4 3 8 3 3 2 4


Montreal, Q. e
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Trot.l


Winnpeg,. an
Ariz.
Calif.
Florida
Tex.
Total


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TUCK RECEIPTS OF ORANGES in 12 CITIES F3M JULY 1946 TBJU JULY 1947

BY VDNM S AND BY STATES OF ORIGIN, AMPPIXMTE CA LOTS

State JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT. NOV. DEC. JAN. IB. MAB. APR. MAY JUNE JULY


Atlanta.
Florida
Tex.
Total


Chic


- 1

- 1


- 121 93 226 119 105 142 87 69 39 5

- 121 93 226 129 105 142 87 69 39 5


Total -" -

r'rica 2 26 16 22 12 34 80 41 17 18 3
Tex. 6 9 6 7 -
Total 2 26 16 28 21 40 87 41 17 18 3


Kansas CQi **
Florida
Tex.
Total


S 2 1
-. -1 3 8 4 1
S2 1 3 8 5 1


Los A&geIezs
Ariz. -1 -2 1 2
Calif. 232 249 296 357 206 381 359 378 398 472 449 256 308
Total 232 249 296 357 206 382 359 378 398 474 450 258 308


Tex.
La.


- 1 5 1 3 2 1 1
1- 1 11 80 4-4 1
- 18 38 105 116 85 44 12 2 1 -


Total 2- 1 24 39 106 11 85 47 14 3 2
Naew York City
Florida 4 1 -
Total 4 1 -
Oakland, C al.
Ariz. 3 1 -
Calif. 40 49 53 47 43 71 77 77 80 97 60 61 48
Total 40 49 53 47 46 71 78 77 80 97 60 61 48
Philadelphia. Pa. ..
Calif 11 14 1 2 -
Florida 7 3 2 29 77 78 9 3 5 4
Total 7 3 2 30 88 92 9 4 7 4


St. LoQis
Florida
Tex.


Total -
San rancisco


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


Ariz, 1-- -----1----
Calif 171 217 122 120 65 2)1 160 160 178 239 170 124 117
l ato T 173 217 122 120 65 2)1 160 160 179 239 170 124 1 7


SintonQ. S.C.
Florida 1 7 9 6 -5 8 10 2 1 -
fiaBaltimore 5 5 5 2 1 4 1 2 2 2 1 2 1
ia New York 1 - 1 -
otal 57 5 5 9 10 10 7 10 12 4 2 2 1


** Kansas City LMixed Citrus, by Truck Feb- Tex. 8; AE; Tex. 1.
** New Orleans Mixed Citrus, by Truck QDQj. La. I; I~ov La. 10; DecJ La. 13;
Ja; La. 18; Feb La. 2; Max- Fla. 1, Calif. 1, La. 2; Apr: La. 1.
Some truck receipts via other markets.
Uniknovwn.


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TIJCK RECEIPTS OF GRAPEJIT in 12 CITIES TJDM JULY 1946 EU. JULY 1947

BY IONlES. AND'BY STATES OF ORIGIN,- APEDlIMAE CABIOTS

State JULY AUG. SET. OCT. 1 V. DEC, 'JANI. FEB. AR. APR. 1IAY JUNE JULY


lorida 40 15 10 9 20 15 15 21 23 12 2
Tex. 5 10 6 18 10 17 12 11 -
Total 40 20 20 15 38 25 32 33 -34 12 2

SOthers (Cuba) -Bo -


13 19 4 5 1 2 3 8 1 10
- 6 5 6 18 22 27 7 4
13 19 10 10 7 20 25 35 8 14


Chicafg
Florida
Tex.
Total


Kansas City
Florida
Tex.
Total


3 3
3 .3
3 6 3


- 2
- 2


5 2
5 2


A";jQe es
Ariz. 26 1 20 164 54 63 19 44 93 111 63 25
Calif. 31 66 42 72 74 132 178. 176 23 165 144 101 52
Total 57 67 42 92 238 186 241 195 247 258 255 164 77


1 1 -
2 2 1-
- 1 1 1
3 3 1 2 1 -


1
- 1

- 2


Total -
Oakland., Cal.
Ariz. 3 2 2 -
Calif 10 10. 5 .6 .4 4 9 6 4 14 4 6 7
Total 10 10 5 6 4 7 11 8 4 14 4 6 7


Philaelhia
Florida
Tex.
Total
St. Loupis
Florida
Tex.
Total


.San Francisco


- 12 26 27

S 12 26 28


- 1 -
- 1
- 1 1


3 1 2 2

3 1 2 2


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


Ariz. 3 6 6 2 1 1 4 1 -
Calif. 15 24 8 10 5 6 17 14 24 16 22 16 8
Total 15 24 8 13 11 12 19 15 25 20 22 1I 8


shington, D. C.
Florida 1 2 5 7 1 1 1 1 -
ia Baltimore- 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1
Via New York 1 1 4 1 -
Total 1 3 6 4 5 7 2 3 3 1 4 1 1
J-


* Via New York City

# State of Origin Unknown.


ew 0Orleans
Florida
Tex.
La.
Total
Now YorkCity


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TRUCK RECEIPTS OF T AGERCSI in 12 CITIES IJOM JULY 1946. W'J JULY 1947

BY 10TMiS AIN BY SATE$' OF ORIGIN, APPROXIMA CABLOTS


State JULYJ AUG.ISEPT. OCT. NOV. SEC.1 JAN. FEB.j MAB.J APER. MAYf JUNE| JULY


Florida 28 34 43 21 2
Total 28 34 43 21 2 -
Boston
Florida 175 -
Chicago
Florida 15 16 12 6 2 -
Total 15 16 12 6 2 -
Kangsas City
Florida 1 1 1 3 -
Total 1 1 1 3 -
Los Angeleo
Aitz. -
Calif. 15 38 29 26 19 3 -
Total 15 38 29 26 19 3 -


Orleans
lorida 3 -
La. 9 18 5 -
Total 9 21 5 -
York City
Florida 2 1 1


Total 2 1 1 -
Oakland, Ql.
Ariz. -
Calif. -- 1 6 2 1 -
Total 1 6 2 1 -
Philadelphia.
Florida 1 5 2 -
Total -- 1 5 2 -
St, Louis
Florida 1 --
Total 1 -
San Francisco
Ariz. -
Calif. 13 7 3 1.
Total 13 7 3 1 -
Washinaton. D. C.
Florida 4 7 9 1
ViaBaltimore 1 -
ia New York 1 -
Total 5 8 9 1


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DISTRI UTION OF


FLORIDA CITIUS (RAIL & BOAT) 1946-47 SaSON


ORANGES


ALAB M,
anniston
Atmore
#Birminghem
Brewton
Clanton
Decatur
Demopoli s
Dothan
Elba
Zifaula
Florala
Florence
Gadsden
Greenville
Huntsville
io'r il e
!'ontgomery
Opelika
Petrey
Selma
Sheffield
Siclby
Sylacauga
Troy
Tuscaloosa
Winfield
York
Total

ARKANSAS
Blytheville
Ft. Smith
Heiena
Jonesboro
Little Rock
Pine Bluff
Springdal e
Texarkana
Total

COORALO
Denver
Total

CONNECTICUT
Bridgeport
Codar _Hill
Hartford
New Britain
c;) Haven
New London
Norwalk
Norwich
South 'Torwalk
Terryville
Torrington
Waterbury
Total


17
2
503
2
2
3
1
5
1
1
1
41
30
1
18
30
168
3
1
46
3
1
1
3
33
4
1


8
4

7
56
2
40
5
129

7
--7


206
9
542
5.
250
1
1
6
8
8
6
39
1,081


D ,LAWAB2
Dover 1
Wilmington 17
Total 18

DIST.0F CGLUMBIA
Washington 937
Total 957

FLORIIA
Cottondale 1
Crestview 1
Jacksonville 21
Pensacola 11
Total

GElORGIA
Albany 13
Anericus 1
Atlanta 669
Augusta 40
Columbus 63
Cordele 1
Dalton 3
Dawson 3
Donalsonviile 1
Dablin 1
Eastman 1
Elberton 1
#Everett 4
Ft. Benning Jet. 2
Ft. McPherson 39
Gainesville 1
Griffin 11
La Grange 3
Lawrenceville 1
Macon 22
Milledgeville 1
Newnan 5
Oakland City 13
Bore 13
Rossville 2
Thomaston 2
Thomasville 56
Thomson 1
Union City 2
Valdosta 2
Warrenton 3
West Point 16
Total 996

ILLINOIS
Auburn 1
Bloomington 3
Cairo 4
Carbondale 46
Champaign 15
Chicago 2,194
Danville 24


ILLINOIS (Cont'd.)
Decatur
Dixon
#East St.Louis
Flora
Freeport
Granite City
Great Lakes
Macomb
Mt. Carmel
Peoria
Rockford
Rock Island
Rochelle
Springfield
Total

INDIANA
Anderson
Bloomington
Decatur
Erie Jct.
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Gary
areensburg
Indianapolis
Jeffersonville
Kokomo
La Fayette
Lawrenceburg
Logansport
14.ucie
Richmond
Seymour
South Bend
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Total

ICWA
Burlington
Cedar Falls
Cedar Rapids
Council Bluffs
Davenport
Des Moines
Ft. Dodge
Iowa Falls
Mason City
Sioux City
Waterloo

KANSAS
Chanute
Concordia
Hutchinson
2nsas City
Salina


17
6
30
2
4
2
1
1
1
44
6
9
1
5


2
6
1
1
110
129
12
6
292
1
5
16
1
8
6
16
18
21
23
1
675'


12
1
11
1
11
43
1
2
2
17
7
I108

1
1
5
1
4


I)ISTIBUTON O






-56-


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITUSS (RAIL & BOAT) 1946-47 SEASON


ORANGES (CONTIlUED)


ANSAS (Cont'd.)
Wichita
Wichita


5
19
---7


LETUCKY
shliand 2
Bowling Green 9
Campbellsville 2
Corbin 7
Covington 1
Danville 2
Edgoten 1
Elkhorn City 1
Ft. Knox 3
Glasgow 3
Greenville 1
Harlan 17
Hazard. 11
Henderson 12
Jackson 1
Jen.lins 3
Lexington 90
London 1
Lothair 1
Louisville 443
-ladisonville 1
Maysville 5
it. Vernon 1
ihrray 5
Owensboro 17
Paducah 31
Paintsville 6
Pikeville 2
Richmond 4
Russell 1
South Portsmouth 1
Winchester 3
Total 688


LOUISIKAk
Baton Rouge
Covingtcn
Hammond
Lafayette
Monroe
Now Orleans
Shroveport
Total

MAINE
7agor
Caribou
Dooring Jot.
Lewiston
Portland
Total
MARYLND
Aberdeen
Baltimore


45
1
1
2
9
395
4
--457


8
3
22
8
96


4
1,838


MARYLAND (Cont'd .)
Cuberland 3
Frederick 2
Frostburg 1
Hagerstown 3
Total 1,85w
MASSACHUSETTS
Bedford 4
Boston 2,679
Fall River 1
Fitchburg 12
Holyoke 5
Lawrence 11
Lynn 7
New Bedford 3
North Abington 13
Somerville 70
Springfield 249
Worcester 15
Total 35

MICaIIGAN
--nn- boor 1
Battle Creek 12
Bay City 1
Byron Center 1
Detroit 1,274
Escanaba 1
Flint 106
Grand Rapids 297
Houghton 2
Ironwood 4
Ishpeming 12
Jackson 2
Kalamazoo 5
McDonald 1
Saginaw 8
Total 177

MIMNESOTA
Alexandria 2
Duluth 10
Fergus Falls 1
Moikato 5
Marshall 1
Minneapolis 141
Minnesota City 1
Noorhead 2
Rochester 1
St. Cloud 1
St. Paul 16
Willmar 1
Winona 1
Total 1--

MISSISSIPPI
Batesville 3
Belzoni 1
Biloxi 6


MISSISSIPPI (Cont'd.)
Brookhaven 8
Calhoun City 1
Canton 3
Clarksdale 4
Columbus 11
Corinth 11
Drew 4
Greenville 34
Greenwood 1
Grenada 1
Gulfport 3
Hattiesburg 13
Hollandale 1
Jackson 92
Laurel 26
Lawrence 1
Louisville 1
McComb 3
Meridian 33
Natchez 7
New Albany 2
Philadelphia 6
Port Gibson 1
Ripley 1
Sherman 1
Tupelo 54
Union 2
Vicksburg 24
West Point 25
Woodville 1
Yazoo City 12
Total -39


MISSOURI
Hannibal
Joplin
Kanso.s City
Monett
St. Louis
Sikeston
Springfield
Total
IMNTANA
killings
3utte
Total
NEBRASKA
Grand Island
Lincoln
Omha
Total
EW HAMPSHIRE
l3ackmount
Claremont
Concord
Keene


1
5
82
1
569
1
6


1
1
-7


3
12
31
-45-






- 57 -


DISTRIBUTION OF


fl~0EIDa cITNJs (nAIL &e nQAT) 194&647 ~S~FAS0H


ORacGES (coNTr!Muo)


NEW HAEMPSIRE (Cont'd.)
Manchester 5
Total 1-


NEW JESEY
Bayonne
Camdan
Elizabeth
Ft. Dix
HaEthorne
Jersey City
Newark
North Hawthorne
Paterson
Rutherford
Trenton
Waverly
Total

NEW YORK
Albany
Amsterdam
Bay Ridge
Binghamton
Buffalo
Canton
Cortland
Elmira
Geneva
Glens Falls
Jamaica
Jamestown
Kingston
Liberty
Menands
Middletown
Mt. Vernon
Newburgh
New Hyde Park
New York City
liagara Falls
Norwich
Olean
Plottsburg
Poughkeepsio
Rochester
Saranac Lake
Schenectady
Syracuse
Troy
Utica
Waterford
Watertown
Total
NORTE CAROLIKA
.Aberdeen
Ahoskie
ksheville
Belmont
Bryson City


10
4
16
3
130
2
406
113
17
134
9
443
1,287


315
1
10
82
585
1
2
42
17
2
1
11
1
6
5
6
25
2
2
11,185
10
23
7
3
2
214
1
68
260
2
38
53
13
12,995


2
4
95
2
5


KORTH CA.Oerfl (Cont'd).
Burlinton 22
Chapel Hill 1
Charlotte 233
Cherryville 1
Durham 52
Elizabeth City 8
E&field 26
Fayetteville 8
Forest City 1
Ft, Bragg 7
Gastonia 23
Goldsboro 57
Greensboro 85
greenville 7
#Hamlnet 6
Hendorson 2
Hendersonville 3
Hickory 29
High Point 7
Hillsboro 6
Jacksonville 1
Kings MIuntain 1
Kinston 27
Lourinburg 2
Monroe 1
Ixbrganton 1
Mount Airy 19
:Murfreesboro 1
New Bern 5
Pembroke 1
Raleigh 154
Roanoke Rapids 1
Rockingbam 6
Rocky Mount 51
Salisbury 15
Sar.ford 34
Selma 1
Shelby 5
South Darham 68
Spindole 1
Strtesville 4
Sunbury 1
Thomasville 4
Wallace 2
Walnut Cove 1
Warr-nton 2
Washington 1
Waynesville 1
Weldon 17
Whitoville 2
Wilkesboro 2
Wilmington 19
Wilson 5
Windsor 1
Winston-Se aem 68
Total 1,217


NORTH DAKOTA
Bismuarck
Dickinson
Fargo
Total


3
1
1


OHIO
--kron
Athens
Bollaire
Bellefontaine
Blanchester
Canton
SCincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Defiance
Delaware
Gallipolis
Hamilton
Hudson
Jackson
Lima
Lorain
Portsmouth
Springfield
Steubenvill e
Toledo
Venice
Warren
Xenia
Youngstown
Zanesville
Total

OKLAHDYA
Enid
Hobart
McAlaster
OIclahoma City
Shawnee
Tulsa
Total

OREGON
Astoria
Bugene
Medford
Portland
Total



Altoona
aibler
Beaver Falls
Bethlehem
Butler
Chambersburg
Charleroi
Cresson
Coatesville
Denver
Donora
Di Bois


52
2
1
31
2
35
1,245
1,037
398
62
3
4
2
3
1
4
2
9
44
28
2
304
1
2
37
149
10


3
1
1
14
1
22

1

1
1
1
4
7
------r



6
153
23
1
3
2
4
1
2
3
1
1
1


-nR& IEU I &BAT 9, .7'ZM


d






- 58 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CIMUS ((2AI & BOAT) 1946-47 SEASON


ORANGES (coNTINUE)


PEnnSYLVANIA (Cont'd.)
Fnglpside 5
Enola 4
Eric 4
Greensburg 6
Earrisburg 72
Hazloton 51
Huntingdon 2
Johnstown 55
Kane 1
Kingston 1
Lancaster 6
Lebanon 5
Lehighton 4
Lock Haven 2
Milton 18
New Castle 3
Paine 1
Philadelphia 3,626
Pittsburgh 1,222
Pottsville 6
Reading 27
Scottdale 1
Scranton 199
Sunbury 19
Tyrone 1
Uiiontown 7
West Brownsville 1
Wilkes-Barre 153
Williamsport 12
York 8
Total 5,723


REDE ISLAND
Newport
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

SOUTH CAROLINA
Aiken
Anderson
Bennettsville
Charleston
Cheraw
Chester
Columbia
Conway
Dillon
Fairfax
#Fiorence
Georgetown
Great Falls
Greenville
Greenwood
Greer
Honea Path
Kinstree
Lke City
Laurens


1
74
57
336
468


1
38
5
55
2
21
218
1
1
1
41
2
1
240
31
1


SOUTH CAROLINA
Marion
Millions
Orangeburg
Port Royal
Rock Hill
Seneca
Lrtanburg
ter
Waltorboro
Yemassee
Total

SOUTH DAKOTA
S~oux ffaiis
Total

TEESSSESE
Baxtor
Bradford
Bristol
Bruceton
Chattanooga
Clarksville
Columbia
Cookeville
Dickson
Dyer
Dyersburg
Fayetteville
Gallatin
Greenville
Harriman
Huntingdon
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
La Follette
Lebanon
Lexington
McKenz ie
McMinnville
Memphis
Millington
Morristown
MIrfreesboro
Nashville
Newport
Paris
Pulaski
Ripley
Rogersville
Thomasville
Trenton
Union City
Total


TEXAS
TAilene
Amarillo
Beaumont


(Cont'd.)
1
1
26
1
2
2
57
8
1
1


3



1
16
13
1
323
36
1
2
1
8
4
1
10
1
2
2
37
9
5
148
2
14
1
2
1
464
1
53
14
496
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1,683


1
1
5


TEXAS (Cont'd.)
-lisco
Dallas
El Paso
Fort Worth
Galveston
Houston
Longview
San Antonio
Total

UTAH
-M t Lake City
Total


1
35
1
6
1
21
2
15
89


8
8


VERI-DIT
-urlington 23
Rutland 6
St. Albans 1
St. Johnsbury 7
White River Jet. 12
Total 4


VIRGINIA
Accotink
Bristol
Broadway
Camp Lee
Charlottesville
Danville
Ft. Belvoir
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Martinsville
Morrison
Newport News
Norfolk
Norton
Portsmouth
Pulaski
*Richmond
Roanoke
Staunton
Timberville
Wytheville
Total

W&SEIIGTON
Aberdeen
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Walla Walla
Total
WEST VIRGITIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Elkins
Fairmont


2
8
2
5
17
20
1
15
62
8
1
19
230
11
13
15
393
91
17
1
1
532


1
6
3
1
1
12

27
79
25
1
48






- 59 -


DISurHtIoII OFIflk CITBJS EL & T


1946-47 SEW!A N


EST VIRGINIA (Cont'd.)
Huntington 108
Inglesido 1
Kenova 1
MLoan 8
Maoscott 25
MDorantown 4
Moundsville 1
Millens 4
Parkersburg 11
Petersburg 1
Princeton 10
Ronceverte 4
Wheeling 38
4nite Sulphur S
Total 397


WISCONSIN
Appleton
Fond du Lac
Green Bay
Janesville
La Crosse
Madison
-i&itowoc
Milwaukee
Oshkosh
Bacine
Rainelander
Waterloo
Wausau
Total


18
7
18
1
S46.
3
184
1
2
2
1
9
293


WYOMING
Casper
Total


CANADA


ALmBEEA
Ed6onton
Lethbridge
Total

BRITIS COLUMBIA
Vancouver
Total

MANITOBA

Total

NEW HBUNSWICK
Brunswick
Fredericton
St. Johns
Total


1
----T


CANADA (Cont'd.)
NOVViSJITA
Halifax 7
New Glasgow 1
Yarmouth 2
Total --


ONTARIO
Chatham
Hamilton
Kingston
Kitchener
London
Mimico
New Liskeard
North Bay
Ottawa
Raleigh
St. Catharines
Simcoe
Toronto
Trenton
Windsor
Total

%leabu
Drummondville
Mbntreal
Quebec
Total


3
1

14
S14


9


3
1
5
a


2
13
1
2

15
3
1
1
3

1
2
3
325
3
3
3797


1
1
237
7
2---4


TOTAL FOR CAIADA


- 671


GRAND TOTAL GRANGES 1946-47 SEASON 46.710 Cars



# Diversion Points.
* Actual unloads during months of October,1946 through June, 1947, inclusive.


, =.-Til OF ZT-,OFIM CMVS-.(R4n.& am)


ORAMES (CONTmnD)






-60 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FORIM. CIIHS (RkIL & BOAT) 1946-47 SEASON


GRLAPM2JIT


ALABAMA
Anniston
i3irmingham
Florence
Mobile
1Montgomery
Total

AWfANSAS
Little Pock
Total
COLORA=J
Denver
Total
COINECTICUTT
B riodgert
Hartford
New Haven
Waterbury
Total
DIST.OF COLUtMBIA
Washington
Totel
FLORIDA
Jacksonville
Total
GDRGIA
Albany
Atlanta
Columbus
Ft. McPherson
Jesup
Oakland City
Swainsboro
Thomasviile
Total

IDABO
Boise
Twin Falls
Total

IILINOIS
Carbondalo
Chaimpaign
Chicngo
Danville
Decatur
Dixon
#East St. Louis
Great Lakes
Peoria
Qpincy
Rockford
Rock Island
Waukogan
Total


1

2
2
8


6


13


41
115
45
4
--205


350
--350



1

206
1
2
2
4
1
1


1
1
2


1
--325


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

IOWA
Bulington
Cedar Rapids
Des Moines
Mason City
Sioux City
Waterloo
Total
KANSAS
Fxttsburg
Topeka
Wichita
Total
KENTUCKY
Danville
Harlan
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Paintsville
Total

LOUISIANA
Monroe
New Orleans
Total

MAINE
Bngor
Portland
Rockland
Total


Bainbridge
Baltimore
Cumberland
Total

MASSACBJSETTS
Boston
Fitchburg
Lawrence
Somerville
Springfield
Watuppa
Total


4
16
2
14
2
1
2
10
---5T


3
5
16
4
4
3
35

1
1
4


1
1
7
59
1
1

2--

28
28
13


1
13
1


2
604
1
---Wgr


862
1
1
7
56
1
928


MICHIGAN
Battle Creek 3
Detroit 288
Ferndale 1
Flint 22
Grand Rapids 39
Ishpeming 8
Kalamazoo 2
Lansing 2
Miskegon 1
Port Huron 1
Saginaw 1
Total 368

MINHESOTA
Alexandria 1
Duluth 7
Mankato 3
Minneapolis 36
St. Paul 8
Thief River Falls 1
Total -5

MISSISSIPPI
West Point 1
Total "

MISSOURI
Hannibal 1
Kansas City 19
Monett 1
St. Joseph 1
St. Louis 46
Springfield 1
Total 69
MDNTRa
Billings 2
Butte 3
Great Falls 1
Total


Grand Island 1
Hastings 1
Lincoln 6
Omaha 17
Total25

NEW JERSEY
Bayonne 6
Elizabeth 1
Hawthorne 41
Lakeview 1
Marion 1
Newark 96
North Hawthorne 35
Rutherford 10
Waver tal






- 61 -


DISTRI3UTIOi QE FLOIDA CITIUS (RIL & BOAT)


GR&FEMIUI (cONTIN LED)


KEW YORK
Albany
Binghamton
Buffalo
Elmira
Geneva
Jamaica
Jamestown
Mennnds
Middletown
Mt. Vernon
New Hyde Park
New York
Niagara Falls
Clean
Oneonta
Rochester
Schenectady
Scotia
Syracuse
Utica
Waterford
Watertown
Total
NORTR CAROLINA.
Asheville
Charlotte
Durham
Ft. Bragg
Goldsboro
Greensboro
#Hamlet
Mount Airy
Raleigh
Rocky iount
Sanford
South Durham
Winston-Salem
Total
NORTHq DAKOTA
Grand Forks
Minot
Total

OHIO
Akron
Bellefontaine
Canton
*Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Springfield
Toledo
Xenia
Youngstown
Total


86
8
119
3
4
1
2
3
1
3
1
5,723
5
1
1
26
5
1
40
8
11
1
6,053

23
43
11
1
8
18
2
1
31
11
1
36

15

1
1



2
3
5
176
107
71
8
5
46
1
42
-466


0QKLABIMA
Hobart
Oklahoma City
Tulsa
Total

OREGON
Coos Junction
Eugene
Medford
Portland
Total

PE~NSTLVANIA
Altoona
Ambler
Crosson
Engelside
Hamilton
Horrisburg
Johnstown
Northumberland
Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
Reading
Scranton
Sunbury
Uniontown
Wilkes-Barre
Williamsport
Total

RHOE ISLAND
Olneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total
SOUTE CAOLINA
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
#Florence
Greenville
Greenwood
Laurens
Spartanburg
Total

SOUTR DAKOTA
Abideen
Rapid City
Sioux Falls
Total
TENNESSEE
Chattanooga
Harriman
Knoxville


1
12
5
--!-''
18


1
1
15
15


20

1
2
1
6
15

1,231
213
2
73
6
1
27
2
1,M3


4
6
70
8-0-


4
2
17
7
27
2
1
2
62


1
1
2


50
1
16


TED~ESSS (Cont'd.)
Memphis 27
Nashville -22
Total 116

TEXAS
marillo 1
Dallas 7
El PEso 2
Fort Worth 1
Houston 4
San Antonio 5
Total 20

UTAH
-- den 1
Salt Lake City 13
Total I1

VEEDNT
Burlirgton 2
Newbury 1
White River Jct. 1
Total -


VIGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Lynchburg
Norfolk
*Richmond
Roanoke
Total
WASHINGTON
Aberdeon
Everett
Seattle
Spokane
Tacoma
Total
WEST VIBGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Fairmont
Huntington
Mabscott
Parkersburg
Wheeling
Total
WISCONSIN
Appleton
Green Bay
Madison
Milwaukee
Stevens Point
Weisau
Total


2
2
12
71
123
36
-46

1
1
24
8
1


5
5
8
3
2
6
1
1
3


3
2
9
35
3
1
I0


1946-47 SEASON






- 62 -


DISTRIBUTION OF VSLOltA CIWES (BAIL & BOAT) 1946-47 SEASON

GRAPEHMTIT CONTINUEDD)


WYOMINIG
Casper
Chcyo ne
Total


C A F A D A
ALBERTA
Calgary
Ed rnton
Lethbridge
Total
BRITIS{ COMTIIA
Vancouver
Total


2
1


CANADA (Cont'd.)
MAgNITO g 1-
Brandon 1
Winnipeg 15
Total IS=


NEW BUNSWICK
Brunswick
Total

NOVA SCOTIA
Ralifax
Total

O.TARIO
Be11ville
Ft. William
GCulph
Eamilton
Kingston
Kitchener
L-ondon
Mimico
Niagara Falls
North Bay


5
6
2
13

12
-tX


1


.3


1
2
1
5
3
2
5
2
2
5


CANA6A (Cont'd.)
01iUM T nt' d.)
Orillia
Ottawa
Perth
Peterborough
Owen Sound
Sarnia
Sault Ste. Marie
Simcoe
Toronto
Windsor
Total

Montreal
Qaebec
Total

SASKATCEWAC
Regina
Saskatoon
Total


TOTAL FOR CAiADA


- 479


GRALD TOTAL GBAP?~VE IT 1946-47 SEASON 13,346 Cars









# Diversion Points.
* Actual unloads during months of October, 1946 through June 1947, inclusive.


1
2
1
1
1
1
181
3


160
12


10
4
1n






- 63 -


DISTrIBUTION OF TLOtRX CEIS (BAIL & MOM) 194.47 =S8A0N

rAtozaHSs


ALABAMA
B irmingham
Total
COLORAIO
Denver
Total
COECTICUT
Bridgceort
Hartford
New Haven
Total
DI2. OF COLU~IBIA
Washington
Total
GEORGIA
Atlanta
Columbus
Dawson
Ft. McPherson
Griffin
Rossville
Thomasville
Total
ILLINOIS
Chicago
Danville
Decatur
East St. Louis

INDIAA
Evansville
Ft. Wayne
Gary
Indianapolis
La Fayette
Marion
Total
IOWA
Cedar Rapids
Total
KANSAS
Liberal
Manhattan
Wichita
Total
KWTUCKY
Lexington
Louisville
Owensboro
Paducah
Total


6


8


12
69
15
--96

__22
22


: 22.
1
1
2
1
1
1


196
2
1
2



4
3
1
12
1
1


1


1

1-


13
1
1
-- 7y


LOUISIANA
Eew Orleans 1
Total

MARKLAND
Baltimore 117
Total 117

MASSACHUSETTS
Boston 233
Springfield 10
Total

MICRIGAN.
Detroit 190
Flint 7
Grand Rapids 8
Ishpeming 6
Total 21

MiNESOTA.
Mluth 2
Minneapolis 21
St. Paul 1
Total 24
MISSISSIPPI
Laurel 1
Total -

MISSOUrI
aensas City 11
St. Louis 35
Total

NEBRASKA
Grand Island 1
Lincoln 1
Omahn 4
Total
NEW JERSEY
lewark .17
North Hawthorne 1
Rutherford 1
Waverly 6
Total

NEW YO0I
Albany 19
Buffalo 52
New York City 1,103
Niagara callss 1
Rochester 9
Schenectady 1
Syracuse 5
Total 1,190
NORTH CAsIiNA
Asheville 1


NORTH CAQLINA (Cont'd.)
Burlington 1
Charlotte 4
Gastonia 1
Greensboro 1
Jacksonville 1
Raleigh 1
Sanford 1
South Durham 3
Winston-Salem 4
Total 8

0HIO
~ellefontaine 3
Canton 3
Cincinnati 108
Cleveland 141
Columbus 17
Lima 1
Portsmouth 1
Springfield 1
Toledo 9
Xenia 1
Youngstown 15
Zanesville 1
Total

OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City 4
Total
OREGON
Portland 4
Total
PENNSILVANIA
Allentown 1
Altoona 16
Cresson 1
Harrisburg 2
Philadelphia 358
Pittsburgh 235
Reading 3
Scranton 5
Uniontown 2
Wilkes-Barre 5
Total -28

SHODE ISLAD
Providence 36
Total 3
SOUTE CAROLINA
Anderson 1
Columbia 3
Greenville 6
Greenwood 1
Orangeburg 1
Spartanburg 1
Total






-64.-.

DISTWRITION Q. FLORIDI4 CI JS (-AIL &-BOAT) 1946.47 SEAON


TANGEBRIES (CONtIuJD)


TEi'piSSEE
ChattanoogaC
Memphis
I'orristown
Nashvillo
Total
TEaS
-I-las
Houston
Total
VIRGIIA.
Ca rlottesville
Covington
Lynchburg
,Iorfolk
Portsmouth
*Richmond
Roanoke
Staunton
Total

WASHINGTON
Seattle
Spokane
Total


16
18


1



1

1
4
1
2
1
1
---_L


2
3
-7


WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefied
:Charleston
Euntington
Wheeling
Total

WISCONSIN
Green ay
Milwaukee
Total


3
3
1
1
-7

1
4
'-


CANADA


ALDETA
-Calgary
Edmonton
Lethbridge
Red Deer
Total

BRITISH CcLUMBIA
Vancouver .
Victoria
Total

MmTITOBA
Brandon
Winnipeg
Dauphin
Total


TOTAL FOR CANADA


9
14
4
1


28
3
31

2
4
1
7


CANADA (Cont'd.)
NEW B~PNSICK
St. Johns 1
Total ---T


NOVA SCOTIA
Halifax
Total
ONTARIO
F. William
North Bay
Toronto
Total

Ifntreal
Total
SASkATCHEWiN
Estevan
Moosejaw
No. Battleford
Prince Albert
Regina
Saskatoon
Swift Current
Yorkton
Total


GRAND TOTAL TANGERINES 1946-47 SEASON 3,484 Cars






# Diversion Points.
* Actual unloads during months of October, 1946 through April, 1947, Inclusive.


4
4

1
1
17



-7-
8


2
4
2
2
8
4
2
5
29






- 65 -


DISTRIBTION O F ORIDA. CITjUS (R.IL & BOAT) 1946-47 SEASON


MIXED CITRUS


ALABAM
Albertville
Alexander City
Anniston
Athens
#Birminghanm
Clanton
Cullman
Decatur
Dcmopolis
Dothan
Evergreen
Florence
Gadsden
Headland
Huntsvillo
ianxwell Field
I obile
bontgomery
Opelika
Selma
Sheffield
Sylacauga
Tallaidego
Tuscaloosa
Total

ARKAiSAS
Ft. Smith
Helena
Little Rock
Total

COLORADO
Denver
Total

CONNEICTICUTJ
bridgeport
Hartford
New Haven
iTorwich
South Norwalk
Waterbury
Wallingford
Total

DELAWARE
ilfordtal
Total


1
1
8
1
112
1
1
1
2
6
1
5
20
3
3
3
26
54
1
13
3
1
3
23
293


2
6
5
13


2


6
12
23
2
1
7
1


1
1


DIST. 0 COLUMB-IA
Washington 49
Total 49


FLORIDA.
Jccksonville
Pensacola
Total


1
13
1-T


GEOBGIA
Albany 14
Americus 2
Army Depot 1
Athens 4
Atlanta 102
Augusta 19
Canton 3
Cedartoam 1
Columbus 15
Cordele 1
Dawson 4
Dublin 1
Ft, Bepning 7
Ft. Benning Jet. 3
Ft. McPherson 10
Gainesville 1
Griffin 1
Hawkinsville 1
La Grange 1
Macon 28
Milledgeville 3
Oakland City 7
Rome 4
Ststesboro 1
Swainsboro 2
Sylvania 1
Thomasville 50
Valdosta 1
Wadley 1
West Point 14
Total 353

ILLINOIS
Bloomington 1
Carbondale 9
Chiccgo 222
Decatur 3
Dixon 1
Freeport 1
Kankakee 3
Peoria 8
Rock Island 4
Total 252

INDIANA
Bloomington 1
Evansville 7
Ft. Wayne 19
Gary 2
Indianapolis 11
Jeffersonville 1
Kokomo 1
Logansport 1
Muncie 2
Richmond 1
Seymour 4
South Bend 8
Terror Haute 10
Wabash 1


INDIALA (Cont' d.)
Warren
Total

IOWA
Brlington
Cedar Rapids
Davenport
Dos Moines
Ottumzwa
Waterloo
Total

KANSAS
Wichita
Total

KENTUCKY
bowling Green
Campbellsville
Corbin
Denville
Evarts
Frankfort
Glasgow
Harlan
Henderson
Lexington
Louisville
Madisonville
Maysville
Middlesboro
iMrray
Owensboro
Paducah
Paintsvilie
Paris
Richmond
Winchester
Total

LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge
Monroe
New Orleans
Shreveport
Total

MAINE
Bangor
Deering Jet,
Portland
Total

MARYLAND
Bainbridge
Baltimore
Cambridge
dagerstown
Total


1


1
1
1
1
4
1
1



1



3
1
3
1
1
2
1
10
4
7
66
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
2
1
116


5
4
19
4
32


6
1
15
22


.2
209
1
1
213






- 66 -


DISRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITRUS (RAIL & BOAT)


1946-47 SEASON


MASSACHUSETTS
Bedford
Boston
Brockton
Dighton
Fall River
Fitchburg
Holyoke
Lawrence
Lynn
New Bedford
North Abington
Pittsfield
Springfield
Worcester
Total

MICHIGAN
Battle Creek
Detroit
Flint
Grand Rapids
Jackson
Kalamazoo
Laising
Saginaw
Total

MIl'l0ES0TA
Xinneapolis
St. Paul
Total
MISSSISSPPI
Siloxi
Brookhaven
Cleveland
Columbus
Greenville
Greenwood
C-renada
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Laurel
Louisville
Meridian
HTatchez
Philad elphia
Tupelo
Vicksburg
West Point
Total

MISSOURI
cannibal
Kansas City
St. Louis
Sprin field
otal


1
338
1
1
1
8
2
4
4
1
4
3
29
8


3
194
10
21
3
5
1
2
T3T

12
2

1
5
1
3
2
2
1
1
13
9
1
8
1
1
6
3
4
-652


1
7
44
1
-- -


MIXED CITHJS (CONTINUED)


NEBRASKA
Grand Island 1
Lincoln 1
Omaha 3
Total 5

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Claremont 1
Keene 2
Total 3

NEW JERSEY
Elizabeth 3
Hawthorne 3
1Mrristown 5
Newark 10
North Hawthorne 3
Paterson 19
Rutherford 2
Stelton 1
Trenton 7
Waverly 4
Total 57

NEW TYORK
Albany 38
Auburn 1
Binghamton 7
Buffalo 39
Cortland 3
Elmira 15
Geneva 4
Jamestown 5
Kingston 1
New York 1,426
Niagara Falls 2
Norwich 21
Olean 5
Plattsburg 5
Poughkeepsie 2
Rochester 58
Saranac Lake 1
Schenectady 10
Syracuse 52
Utica 1
Watertown 7
Total 1,

NORTH CAROLINAI
Aberdeen 3
Ahoskie 5
Asheville 62
Burlington 8
Charlotte 46
Cherry Point 1
Chorryville 1
Concord 2
Durham 14
Elizabeth City 9


NORTH CAROLINA (Cont'd.)
Enfield 3
Farmville 1
Fayetteville 13
Ft. Bragg 9
Gastonia 16
Goldsboro 24
Greensboro 16
Greenville 6
#Hamlet 1
Hickory 17
High Point 5
Hillsboro 2
Jacksonville 4
Kinston 13
Madison 1
Marion 1
Monroe 2
Mooresville 1
Mt. Airy 8
Mt. Olive 1
New Bern 1
Raleigh 40
Rockingham 5
Rocky iount 9
Salisbury 2
Sanford 9
Shelby 9
South Durham 4
Walnut Cove 1
Weldon 16
Whiteville 1
Wilmington 25
Wilson 3
Winston-Salem 23
Total 443


OHIO
-"ron
Athens
Bellefontaine
Canton
*Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Defiance
Delaware
East Liverpool
Gallipolis
Ironton
Jackson
Lorain
Mansfield
Portsmouth
Springfield
Steubenville
Toledo
Warren






- 67 -


2 OIT UBI RT SI D OF


vnaRInik cIT!Us RaIL & BQaT


1946-47 SA&SON


O0IO (Cont'd.)
-onia,
Youngstown
Zanesviile
Total


hida
Oklahoma City
Total

ORlfAON

Medford.
Total

PEUrSYLVNIA
Ai ento'...
Altoona
Anbler
Cresson
Denver
Da Bois
Tnola
Harrisburg
Hershey
Lancaster
Lebanon
New Castle
Norristown
Philadelphia.
Pittsburgh
Reading
Scranton
Sa.'oury
Tyrone
Uniontown
Wilkes-Earre
Williamsport
York
Total

RHODEI ISA7.D
Ulneyville
Pawtucket
Providence
Total

SOUTH CA20LINA
Aiken
Anderson
Bishopville
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
#Florence -
Forest Falls
Fort Jackson
Greenville


4
15
2
147


1
1


1
1


4
10
2
1
2
2
1


13
19
1
2
473
144
22
10
3
2
9
7
6
9


2
2
31



2
5
1
48
15
119
18
1
3
62


MIXS CITRUS (coNTmuE)


SOUTI CAMOLINA (Cont'd)
Greenwood 14
Lancaster 1
Laurens 8
Marion 4
Crangeburg 20
Port Royal 1
Rock Hill 1
Spartanburg 20
Sumter 1
Total 34

SOUTR IDKOTA
Sioux FaJls 1
Total T

TETSESSMSE
Bradford 4
3ristol 20
Chattanooga 78
Clarksville 2
Dyer 5
flyersburg 1
liza ethton 2
Fayetteville 1
Greenville 1
Harriman 2
Jackson 11
Johnson City 16
Kingsport 1
Knoxville ICO
Lebanon 6
McKenzie 2
Maryville 1
Memphis 31
Morristonm 24
iirfreesboro 1
Nashville 128
Shelbyville 2
Union City 3
Waverly 1
Total 443

TEXAS
Houston 1
Lufkin 1
Total 2

UTAg
Salt Lake City 1
Total 1


urlington 8
Rutland 4
St. Johnsbury 4
Total 16

VIRGIfIA
p hpalachia 1


VIRGINIA (Cont'd.)
Bristol
Broadway
Carm Leo
Charlottesville
Chase City
Covington
Culpeper
Danville
Ft. Belvoir
Front Royal
Harrisonburg
La Crosse
Lynchburg
Martinsville
Newport News
Norfolk
Norton
Orange
Portsmouth
Pulaski
SRichmond
Roanoke
Staunton
Wytheville
Total

WASaNGTON
ucoma
Total

WEST VIRGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Clarksburg
Fairmont
Huntington
Logan
Mbscott
Morgantown
14undsville
A1llens
Princeton
Roberts
Bonceverte
Wheeling
Williamson
Total

WISCONSIN
Ashland
Fond du Lac
Green Bay
Janesville
Kenosha
La Crosse
Madi son
Milwaukee
-Wausau
Total


6
3
2
14
1
2
1
9
1
1
1
1
43
5
12
74
5
2
8
17
41
56
5
2

313

1
1


34
23
19
5
24
2
10
3
3
5
21
1
2
9
1

1

1
1
2
1
2
1
12
36
1


DISMIXTTI011 OFRI -_T (ML &- BOAT) 16






- 68 -


DISTRIBUTION OF FLORIDA CITw S (RAIL & BOA.) 1946-47 SEASON


CANADA
ALBERZI----
Lethbridge 1
Total T
MANITOBA


Nry BEJNSWICK
St. Johns 1
Total
NOVA SCOTIA
Halifax
Total


MIED CITES (COTINUMD)

CANADA (Cont'd.)
ONTARIO'-
t. illiam 1
Hamilton 1
Kingston 1
Lachine 1
Listowel 1
London 1
North Bay. 2
Ottawa 4
Owen Sound 1
Peterborough 1
Toronto 10
Windsor 1
imnmins 1
Total ---g


CAMAI (Cont'd.)
EBxf
-ontreal 30
Qiebec 1
Total 3


SASKATCHELWN
Saskatoon
Yorkton
Total


3
1


TOTAL FOR CANADA


- 66


GRAND TOTAL MIXED CITRUS 1946-47 SEASON 7,110 CARS


# Diversion Points.
* Actual unloads during months of October, 1946 through June,1947, inclusive.







BOAT DESTINATIONS, FLORIDA CITRJS, 1946-47 SEASON
January 12 to May 29. 1947, Inclusive


Cities ORANGES GRAPEFMIT TANGERINES MIXED CITIES
Cars Cars Cars Cars
Boston, Mass. 350 98 9 -
New Haven, Conn. 3 -
New York, Y. 2,461 1,331 212
Pawtucket, I 17 1 -
Providence, R. I, 21 2 1 -
Somerville, Mass. 65 5 -
Troy, Y. 1 -


TOTAL 2,908 1,437 222

Carlots on basis 400 boxes per car.






- 69 -


MECAPI LATION OF RAIL DISTiEHBUTION, FIORIDL ORAENES
BY STATES PAST 7 SEiSONS


1946-47 1945-46 1944.45 1943-44 1942-43 1941-42 1940-41
State Rail-Boat Rail Only Rail Only Rail Only Rail Only Rail-Boat Rail-Boat
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 922 876 946 1,098 969 702 593
Arkansas 129 87 91 150 69 2
California 3 --
Colorado 7 27 2 9 59 1
Connecticut 1,081 706 671 755 620 838 894
Delaware 18 45 22 41 35 15 31
Dist. of Columbia 937 742 877 1,034 800 399 41
Florida 34# 178# 33# 30# 100# 4 -
Georgia 996" 1,030* 1,168' 1,222* 918 4-14 30
daho 1 1 -
Illinois 2,416 1,986 1,890 2,717 2,382 1,760 2,090
In&iana 675 530 627 959 706 473 401
Iowa 108 97 54 101 173 23 75
Zansas 36 44 16 31 48 1 2
Kentucky 688 706 656 850 687 723 708
Louisiana 457 411 339 851 622 421 535
Maine 137 126 120 151 98 68 98
'Mayland 1,851 1,499 1,559 2,210 1,616 1,609 1,134
iassachusetts 3,069 2,411 2,465 3,298 2,973 3,304 3,829
Michigan 1,727 1,280 1,201 1,821 1,644 1,129 1,119
Minnesota 183 116 81 212 298 45 84
-ississippi 3S7 442 465 669 491 360 362
i issouri 665 500 495 743 765 324 420
Montana 2 3 2 19 --
Nebraska 46 48 15 50 87 9 16
Niew Hampshire 10 8 10 18 5 3 11
Few Jersey 1,287 1,555 1,345 1,213 746 1,099 1,091
New York 12,995 8,772 9,474. 11,769 10,057 11,036 12,065L
North Carolina 1,217 1,344 1,251 1,504 1,101 736 333
North Dekota 5 4 2 7 17 -
Ohio 3,470 2,609 2,573 3,974 3,453 2,587 2,653
Oklahomn 42 59 7 70 73 1 9
Oregon 7 39 2 -10 47 1
Pennsylvania 5,723 4,688 5,182 7,054 5,196 5,620 5,689
Rhode Island 468 369 412 494 337 413 405
South Carolina 767 632 1,218 810 567 315 246
South Dakota 3 1 1 9 21 -
Tennessee 1,683 1,355 1,220 1,572 1,639 956 1,085
Texas 69 127 16 350 446 27 11
Utah 8 14 7 19
Vermont 49 24 21 17 35 17 .16
Virginia 932'! 6766 1,095@* 899@ 6301 261l@ 601,0
Washington 12 57 6 37 95 -
West Virginia 397 368 347 434 210 150 941
Wisconsin 293 266 246 343 333 153 169
Wyoming 1 5 1 5 -
CAMADA 671 598 820 1,166 1,721 324 559


TOTAL 46,710 37,474 39,041 50,762 42,933 36,351 37,614
Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savannah.
-Jacksonville not included P Petersburg and Richmond not included.
S- Petersburg not included.






- 70 -


ECAPITULATION OF RAIL DISTRIBUTION. II.RIDA. GRAPEFMJIT
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


1946-47 1945-46 1944-45 1943-44 1942-43 1941-42 1940-41
State ahiil-Bot Bail Only lail Only Rail Only Rail Only Rail-Boat Rail-Boat
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 104 77 80 138 137 140 193
Arkansas 6 1 9 2 -
Colorado 13 3 3 17 3 5 1
Connecticut 205 94 82 150 171 251 249
Delaware -2 1 71 15i
Dist; of Columbia 350 286 261 331 317 102 152
Florida 31# 129# 2# 3# 7# 48 72
Georgia 218* 184* 182* 226* 2120 285* 179*
Idaho 2 3 4
Illinois 326 253 140 599 357 532 810
Indiana 51 40 53 138 113 191 165
Iowa 35 19 16 60 50 22 47
Kansas 6 4 8 7 11 1 2
Kentucky 70 70 41 122 154 193 183
Louisiana 30 31 13 51 60 40 66
Maine 15 13 13 29 35 29 32
Maryland 607 449 336 490 425 485) 4504
Massachusetts .928 671 588 819 830 1,170 1,623
Michigan :368 248 204 468 513 525 804
A'innesota 56 30 32 99 44 50 148
Mississippi 1 4 10 57 45 134 19
iilssouri 69 52 54 169 71 123 134
T-,ntana 6 10 2 28 7 5 9
iebraska 25 6 6 26 31 1 -
N'ew dampshire 2 4 22
New Jersey 318 385 315 388 321 513A 447
1ew York 6,053 4,342 3,167 4,104 4,275 4,920 6,245
North Carolina 2C01 199 183 271 320 233 160
North Dakota 2 3 2 2 5 26 -
Ohio 466 288 217 909 898 742 1,222
Oklahoma 18 7 3 16 3 7 2
Oregon 18 40 21 49 12 13 21
Pennsylvania 1,603 1,293 1,110 1,669 1,581 1,6791 2,3411
Rhode Island 80 68 52 67 61 99 134
South Carolina 62 47 56 79 101 178 132
South Dakota 4 3 3 3 22 1
Tennessee 116 87 72 177 165 222 205
Texas 20 2 2 10 10 15 2
Utah 14 20 3 21 7 4 1
Vermont 4 3 1 2 6 9 17
Virginia 2,16! 171@0 15 7& 242@9 209V" 128@0 761
Washington 35 39 25 50 14 5 23
West Virginia 29 31 22 43 20 96 151j
Wisconsin 53 63 34 115 30 74 146
Wyoming 3 2 -
CAEADA 479 456 286 669 386 250 568


TOTAL 13,396 10,323 7,857 12,930 12,023 13,580 17,272
- Includes Jac]ksonville Does not include Savann b


S- Jacksonville not included


O Petersburg and Richmond not included.
_ Petersburg not included.


Government Purchases included above as follows:- 1941-42 season- 1,79S cars;
19'ZC-41 season- 2,319 cars.






- 71 -


ECAPIWULATION OF R IL DISTRIBUTION, LOBDA TANGERINES
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


1946-47 1945-46 1944.458 1943-44 1942-43 1941-42 1940-41
State Rail-Boot Rail Only Rail Only Rail Onlyl ail Only Rail-Boat Bail-Boat
Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars Cars
Alabama 6 23 53 20 16 2 2
Arkansas 2 1 22 -
California 1 --
Colorado 8 12 21 10 15 3
Connecticut 96 86 65 78 66 33 53
Delaware 1 2 1 -
Dist, of Columbia 22 42 59 46 36 5 10
Florida -# -# -# 15# -
Georgia 29* 22* 39* 42* 101* 4* 2*
Illinois 200 200 300 315 351 145 205
Indiana 22 30 87 122 82 8 15
Iowa 1 10 24 8 13 3
Kansas 3 9 18 18 20 -
Xentucky 17 23 37 43 51 9 17
Louisiana 1 28 11 13 58 5 9
Miine 1 1 9 3 3 2 1
Maryland 117 129 117 128 139 55 71
iass-chusetts 243 183 209 191 241 154 273
Michigan 211 154 234 263 318 125 153
Minnesota 24 21 44 50 44 12 23
Mississippi 1 2 1 2 18 -
iissouri 46 73 118 98 138 21 59
Montana 1 -
Nebraska 6 8 11 1 6 3 4
Iemu Jersey 25 85 74 59 82 14 14
New York 1,190 870 801 805 1,191 878 1,368
iiorth Carolina 18 50 63 53 59 12 11
North Dakota 1 1 -
Ohio- 301 365 451 429 729 196 270
Oklahoma 4 8 15 14 36 -
Oregon 4 11 19 10 6 3 3
Pennsylvania 628 605 713 587 751 413- 513
Rhode Island 36 36 43 39 35 28t 30
South Carolina 13 18 18 24 56 1
Tennessee 50 71 89 73 89 7 28
Texas 4 15 19 28 36 2 1
Utah 2 1 -
Vermont -- 1 -
Virginia 12" 131P 31@1 19 34@1 1> 1@0
Washington 5 10 24 7 6 4 1
West Virginia 8 17 25 15 38 4 5
Wisconsin 5 12 54 44 42 7 16
Wyoming 1 1 1 -

CAILDA 127 187 265 219 156 29 83


TOTAL 3,484 3,433 4,165 3,882 5,083 2,182 3,248

- Includes Jncksonville. Does not include Savannah.
SJacksonville not included. &"*- Does not include Petersburg & Richmond.
Petersburg not included.
Government Purchases included above as follows:- 1942-43 season- 741 cars.






72 -

HCAPITOLAION OF RAIL DISTRIBUTE ON, FLORIDA MIXED CITUJS
BY STATES PAST 7 SEASONS


Ste 1946-47 1945-46 1944.45 194344 1942-43 1941-42 1940-41
State ail-Boat Bail Only Rail Only Rail Only Rail Only Rail-Boat Rail-Boat
Cars Cars Cars Cars Car Cars Cars
Alabama 293 504 477 629 581 443 248
Arkansas 13 14 9 29 27 2 1
Colorado 2 1 2 5 3 1 -
Connecticut 52 147 125 108 76 93 137
Delaware 1 5 6 4 6 1 1
Dist, of Columbia 49 149 152 176 132 52 9
Florida 14 26# 37# 57# 24# 24 -
Georgia 303* 507* 524* 678* 5440 248* 98*
Idaho 1 1 -
Illinois 252 331 296 341 397 217 286
Indiana 70 140 142 274 140 55 85
Iowa 9 6 15 23 29 2 26
Kansas 1 1 12 18 11 4 1
Kentucky 116 230 179 198 173 110 145
Louisiana 32 57 42 102 76 59 20
Maine 22 25 34 23 12 9 11
Maryland 213 414 372 455 473 228 270
Massachusetts 405 634 457 520 664 633 658
Michigan 239 232 232 282 337 167 241
Minnesota 14 44 28 44 23 13 31
Mississippi 62 78 97 157 155 107 69
Missouri 53 73 83 133 95 62 64
Iontana 2 1 1 -
Nebraska 5 7 7 13 13 1 2
1ew ampshire 3 11 17 13 3 3
New Jersey 57 182 174 142 113 70 74
i;ew Yorki 1,703 2,903 2,519 2,441 2,821 2,226 990
North Carolina 443 649 696 775 583 355 79
North Dakota 1 1 2 2
Ohio 471 506 491 771 939 466 569
Oklahoma 2 6 19 15 2
Oregon 2 5 3 3 4 3
Pennsylvania 768 1,225 1,172 1,180 1,521 1,296 946
Rhode Island 35 85 102 71 69 40 52
South Carolina 344 563 524 551 361 253 161
South Dakota 1 1 2 1 11 -
Tennessee 443 628 520 787 728 572 451
Texas 2 4 2 28 19 2
Utah 1 1 3 7 1
Vermont 16 19 13 15 15 14 4
Virginia 313' 4120 438@ 4960 3213, 140@' 24@V
Washington 1 6 3 3 8 2 -
West Virginia 162 249 225 250 236 177 219
Wisconsin 57 82 40 67 45 60 34
yomin 4- -
CAI&IAA 66 144 180 219 269 88 113


TOTAL 7,110 11,310 10,451 12,108 12,083 8,291 6,132
Includes Jacksonville. Does not include Savannah.
Jacksonville not included. 0- Does not include Petersburg & Richmond,
if Petersburg not included.






73 -

IHTERSAsE TUQ.L DISTRIBUTICBI F!LORDL CITEUS. 1946-47 SEASON
(Made available thru the courtesy of the State Department of Agriculture, Winter Haven, Fla.)


Oct. 1, 1946 to June 15,
'esti- Oran- Grape. Tenger.
nations ges fruit ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


A-LABMA
.ndalusia
Anniston
Birmingnam
Cullman
-Dthan
Gadsden
Hendlnd
iobilo
Aontgomery
Sylaccauga
#aliadega
"uTscaloasa
Others

ARIZCONA


AWHSAS





New Haven
Wallingford
Others


Wilmington
Others


3,187
2,944
91,633
5,796
21,100
1,244
9,026
72,921
21,411
1,611
4,042
2,897
74.365
312,177

230
230


2,092
16,763
2.919
21,774


55
50
1.1C9
1,214

11,467
613
12,080


DIST. OF COLUMBIA
Washington 44,425
44, 425


GEORGIA
Albany
Ashburn
Athons
Atlanta
Augusta
Branswick
Columbus
Cordele
Dawson
Douglas
Dublin
Eastman
Griffin
Macon
i'bultrie
Saveannah
Statesboro


10,431
866
1,306
411,369
29,652
18,501
22,423
14,772
5,536
9,092
7,467
5,726
2,586
41,215
7,397
84,757
12,017


2
158
6,227
187
1,777
50
1,307
7,573
2,803

246
133
2 520
22,983


1
483
12,443
331
1,720
53
583
4,483
3,656
25
111
62
3.416
"27"367


40
_ 40 -


29
495
771
1,295


S20

384
---404


598
28
626


25
73
5
103


126

106
232

714
212
' 926


6 330 8 701
-~f -sr7


1,653
161
58
59,222
3,C19
4,657
3,709
1,097
454
853
352
611
39
6,681
907
18,426
872


1,102
60
44
56,563
5,012
1,555
817
831
262
783
284
512
81
3,441
381
7,634
1,208


1947, Inclusive.


Desti
nations


GEORGIA (Cont' d.)
'Tomaston
Thomasville
Valdosta
Vidalia
Wadley
Waycross
Others

ILLINOIS
Bloomington
Centralia
Chicago
Decatur
Peoria
Springfield
Vandalia
Others

LIDIANA
Anderson
Evansville
Fort Wayne
Indianapolis
South Bend
Terre Haute
Vincennes
Others

IOWA
1urlington
Des Moines
Others

K iSAS
=T attan
Wichita
Others

KENT.CKY
Bowling Green
Lexington
Louisville
Paducah
Sebree
Others

LOUISIMA
Baton Rouge
New Orleans
Shreveport
Sunset
Others


I


Oran-
ges
Boxes

1,992
19,184
28,979
21,350
12,925
18,558
103 370
851,^71

845
1
55,551
10,267.
7,389
1,164
2,05S
7 292


1,840
15,670
1,149
83,732
1,849
20,654
10,104
24 614
159,512

2,170
310
777
3,257

1,335
1,154
1,280
3,769

5,061
7
22,078
537
4,754
13 235
45,672

225
7,154
3,807
5,656
2,811
19,653


J


180

76
256

330
.3
798,
35
536
447
2,149
,-47


174
36

217
427


Tanger-
ines
Boxes


Grape-
fruit
Boxes

113
4,552
5,060
2,758
723
3,094
8 951
128,052

286

3,389

25
30
125
923
9,778

165
1,239
204
4,876
34
6,713
465
2 345
16,041

8-

8
8


I


159
2,044
2,096
1,833
703.
1,530
5 537



318
9,426
815
7
105
319
169
11,159

38
1,300
50
6,484
439
4,311
832
1 243
14,697







* 250
616
327
1,193

25
2
4,939
3
771
497
6.237


1,765

4
314
2,083






- 74 -


INTERSTATE CHUCK DISTRIBUTION. FL0IDA CITHJS, 1946-47 SEASON
(Continued)
Oct. 1, 1946 to June 15, 1947, Inclusive.


.Desti- Oran- Grape- Tenger.
nations gos fruit ines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


-anegor
Portland
Waterville

MARYLAND
Baltimore
Cumberland
Hagerstown
Pocomoke City
Princess Anne
Salisbury
Others

MASSACEUSET'TS
Boston
Others

MICHIIGA.IT
Benton Harbor
Detroit
Grand Rapids
Kalamazoo
Lansing
St. Joseph
Others

MINNE9SOTA
Minneapolis
Others

MISSISSIPPI
Aberdeen
Hattiesburg
Jackson
Meridian
Tupelo
Others

MISSOUEI
Cape Girardeal
Carthage
St. Louis
Others

NEBRASEA
Omaha

iEW JERSEY
Atlantic City
aampton
Newark
Trenton
Others


100
50
240


121,564
775
2,410
8,154
825
9,863
9 277
152,"868

1,471
1.687
3,158'

8,129
2,765
11,353
16,594
2,804
228
8 146


52
100
152

2,825
6,007
1,641
13,063
16,663
15.955
56,154

1,252
5,720
1,502
4 478
12.952*


673
1,112
2,245
661
9 860
14'bbl


24,340
70
570
445
25
656
1 522


89
230
319

237
248
1,264
1,366
629
32
1.149
~ 4 25


60
80
65
765
550
470
1,990


1,700
119
1 151
2 970


16
269
457
55
1 365
2:1652


31,038
57
297
305
25
723
1 822
34,'67

20
188
208

1,803
560
2,273
1,663
399
313
1 794
8 805


76
368
276
1,794
1,237
1 261


200
1,700
26
853
2,779

540


1
20
570
276
M.3


Desti- . Oran.- Grape. Tenger-
nations ges fruit lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


NEW YORK
Albany
Buffalo
Elmira
New York City
Rochester
Syracuse
Trumansburg
Watertown
Others

NORTH CAROLINA
.Asheville
Burlington
Charlotte
Durham
Fayetteville
Gastonia
Goldsboro
Greensboro
Henderson
Hendersonville
Hickory
High Point
Kingston
Lumberton
Morganton
Raleigh
Rockingham
Rocky Mt.
Salisbury
Statesville
Taylorsville
Thomasville
Wilmington
Wilson
Winston Salem
Others

OHIO
-kon
Cincinnati
Cleveland
Columbus
Dayton
Portsmouth
Toledo
Youngstown
SOthers

OKlAHDMA
Oklahoma City
Tulsa

PENNSYLVANIA
Allenown
Altoona


3,904
16,335
8,901.
19,058'
4,980
1,449
4,133
2,516
30 823
92,099

22,573
10,042
25,145
6,393
3,347
14,087
2,916
15,008
410.
8,805
8,562.
13,318.
4,641
2,695
4,021
106,128
9,923
2,933,
6,538
10,466
11,034.
11,596
8,452
7,472
36,953
54.062,
407 520

955
13,443
3,165
12,759'
1,894'
1,116
3,306'
512
10 172
47,322

75
550
---625


1,191
4,117


1,521
3,087
1,263
3,055
620
379
908
45
5.756
16,634

5,177
579
8,517
2,281
255
2,173
147
3,986
62
870
1,987
2,233
100
51
385
7,401
449
185
602
991
1,400
1,681
S1,848
265
4,485
4.031
52,141

59
2,247
59
1,056
185
50
6
25
3 291
6:978


256
1,142


490
3,078
1,528
2,471
3,781
3,927
389

1 920
17,584

2,877
1,412
3,491
1,536
140
1,673
1,164
2,669
50.
795.
1,065'
1,690
140
490
707
19,074
861
284
767
1,188
1,434
994
999
795
6,596
7 862
6 ,753

89
3,437
1,306
1,223
35
216
1,525
1,505
1 396
10 732

273
125
398

117
1,042






- 75 -


INTERSTATE MaC DISTRIBUTION, FIORIDA.CIIoUS. 1946-47 SEASON


(Continued)
Oct. 1, 1946 to June 15, 1947, Inclusive.


Desti- Oran- Grape- TInger-
nations ges fruit lines
Boxes Boxes Boxes


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


PESMSYLVANIA (Cont'd.)
Biglerville 585
Harrisburg 1,211
Johnstown 133
A'ItPleasant ills 6,969
Philadelphia 19,029
Pittsburgh 3,752
Reading 764
Scranton 4,232
Wilkes Barre 8,885
Williamsport 8,866
York 16,263
Others 24 907
100.904


IKODE ISLAND
Providence
Others

SOUCT CAROLINA
Anderson
Charleston
Chester
Columbia
Florence
Greenville
Leaurens
Orangeburg
oBck Hill
Spartanburg
Sumter
Welterboro
Others

TENIESSEE
Bristol
Chattanooga
Jackson
Johnson City
Kingsport
Knoxville
Marysville
Iemphis
Nashville
SOthers


645
320
965

875
37,336
1,091
211,914
887
20,226
2,080
19,627
149
8,396
4,240
9,050
20.535
336,406


8,982
29,842
4,019
4,247
852
60,769
4,350
2,212
18,198
15 528
1439S


47
335
282
646
2,703
1,089
100
486
1,527
700
2,698
4 341


461
5
466

54
9,435
125
25,558
33
3,070
132
935
40
1,154
188
545
1.804
43,133


1,27C
3,285
60
939
52
6,221
301
96
3,600
941
16,765


198

1,522
3,255
2,148
75
604
1,430
259
1,154
3 227
15,03M


950
95


85
4,121
125
31,414
107
* 5,867
53
385
16
1,050
S177
401
2 121
45,922


2,254
1,192
271
1,197
163
5,104
136
295
1,960
965
13,537


TEXAS
Conroe
Dallas
Ft. Worth
Houston
San Antonio
Others

VIGINIA
Bristol
Charlottesville
Denville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Newport News
Norfolk
Petersburg
Richmond
Roanoke
Rural Retreat
Staunton
Others

WEST VIBGINIA
Bluefield
Charleston
Huntington
Parkersburg
Williamson
Others

WISCONSIN
~ilwaukee
Others

OUT OF STATE
Destinations
Not Specified

CANADA
ONARID--
aaTilton
St. Catharines
Toronto
Others


335
17,033
7,067
11,929
8,647
2 058
47:069

1,482
1,031
3,199
2,120
9,197
6,056
28,505
836
41,763
44,414
100
8,037
18 806
195,.546

941
14,161
17,132
1,230
943
8.025
42,432

695
2.422
3,117


2,231
930
1,814
421
675


384
S 234
407
546
3,852
2,788
10,815
235
7,134
11,718
10
4,707
3 875
46:705

322
1,592
1,145
216
27
814
4,116

69
_90
159T


7,864 1,622


274
1,042
11,253
6 771
159340


749
1,751
838
1 539


FLORIDA
orthwest Sec.121,759 23,555


GRAND TOTAL 3,432,110 467,957 437,809


651
?17
995
100
101
"2,564

277
38
644
445
2,331
910
4,774

10,462
6,978
25
1,102
2 597
950,583

100
2,682
2,640
50
105
1 881


180
23
---203


796


262
1,031
2,050
1 950
5.292


7,989






- 76 -


WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1946-47 SEASON


NEW YORK CITY

FLORIDA ST OCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Sd& Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
%ding Cars CarsI vg. CarsIAvg, Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cars Avg.


1946
oc--. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1947
Ja.- 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
23
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1
8


$3.77



3.36
3.03
3.57
3.05


1 6.68
4 3.22
3 2.48.
11 1.69
5 2.38
3 4.00
3 4.08
1 3.86
2 5.14
4 4.80
2 4.32
3 3.95
2 3.66
1 3.33
1 3.78
3 3.57
5 3.46
3 3.40
6 3.07
4 2.55
2 4.15
3 3.67
4 4.22
2 4.16
2 3.80
10 3.94
*4 4.26
6 5.33
8 6.25
10 5.38


3 $5.27
5 5.30
52 5.34
176 3.32
203 2.90
125 2.85
136. 3.18
139 2.78.
118 2.76
131 2.89
133 2.62
63 3.29

45 3.97
210 2.91
124 2.31
122 2.19
146 2.50
142 2.66
162 4.68
172 3.33
157 3.22
135 3.83
212 3.33
135 3.25
116 4.46
187 3.78
130 3.68
138 3.57
162 3.62
127 3.65
127 3.76
126 3.68
154 3.28
81 3.24
156 4.29
146 3.35
117 4.14
130 3.87
123 3.41
76 4.32
58 3.99
17 5.01
4 5.36
4 3.95


1
3
5
52
176
205
131
137
139
120
131
133
63

46
214
127
133
151
145
165
173
157
137
216
137
119
189
131
136
163
130
132
129
160
85
158
149
121
132
125
86
62
23
12
14


$3.77
5.27
5.30
5.34
3.32
2.90
2.85
3.18
2.78
2.76
2.89
2.62
3.29

4.03
2.92
2.31
2.15
2.50
2.69
4.67
3.33
3.22
3,85
3.36
3.26
4.45
3.78
3.68
3.57-
3.62
3.65
3.75
3.67
3.27.
3.20
4.29
3.36
4.14
3.87
3.42
4.28
4.01
5.09
5.95 -
4.97


$5.76:
5.50
4.65
4.19
3.66
4.29
4.26
4.01
3.89
3.95
4.42

5.40
4.49
2.92
2.76
3.21
3.29
5.38
4.05
4.58
4.41
4.36
4.33
4.90
4.34
3.98
3.89
3.94
4.04
4.04
3.82
3.64
3.54
5.30
3.83
5.05
4.41
4.13
3.17
2.83


*
*
146 $6.71
123 6.91
85 5.82
51 6.81
58 6.27
25 8.26
9 8.55
59 6.33
67 5.78
100 5.01
60 4.81

80 3.43
94 3.20
73 3.36
73 4.10
91 4.05
88 3.77
73 5.18
78 5.17
97 5.05
71 5.40
74 5.76
68 6.09
66 6.58
117 5.88
81 5.20
87 4.65
94 4.83
82 5.08
85 5.63
90 5.51
103 4.98
126 3.28
145 3.97
153 3.44
140 3.98
131 3.74
145 3.50
154 3.44
130 3.62
131 4.97
143 5.63
189 5.59


I *California auction averages not included prior to week ending Oct. 18th.
TOTAL 130 3.84 5,223 3.39 5,353 3.40 2,471 4.05 4,135 4.85

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all-varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 7,824 cars Avg. $3.60

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






- 77 -


WEIGHTED AVEAgE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1946-47 SESON


PHILADELPHIA


1 $5.26 1 $5.26
2 5,24 2 5.24 25
31 4,88 31 4.88 22
93 3.21 93 3.21 6
2 $3.60 75 2.55 77 2,58 4 3.52 5
7 3.75 63 3.10 70 3.16 5 4.80 2
2 3.35 72 3.24 74 3.24 11 4.29 -
3 2.96 97 2,44 100 2.46 9 4.58 1
3 3.44 60 2.34 63 2.39 20 3.47 8
4 3.83 42 3.03 46 3.10 13 4,32 18
5 3.55 86 2.62 91 2.67 26 4.00 21
6 3.29 38 2.62 44 2.71 12 3.85 17


1946
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1947
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mbr. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 3
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
aug. 1
8


24
72
49








1
65
54
67
56
71
56
72
72
40
53
50
50
43

20


i
53
1 0


2.99
2.97
2.30








4.25
3.85
3.74
3.25
3.67
3.59
3.51
3.56
3.10
3.36
3.81
3.65
3.88
3.66
3.36
3.81
4.44
4.93
4.05


2.99
3.07
2.35








4.25
3.85
3.74
3.24
3.67
3.59
3.51
3.56
3.10
3.36
3.81
3.65
3.88
3.66
3.36
3.81
4.44
4.78
5.58
5.44


4,28
4.37
3.10








4.42
4.49
4.00
3.98
4.53
4.23
4,.04
4.79
-.27
4.35
4.80
4.87


$6.70
6.65
6.17
4.08
6.68

5.75
6.22
5.47
4.57
4.33


27 3.18
26 3.04
9 3.47



-- -




16 6.15
22 4.82
30 3.87
18 4.33
20 5.13
17 5.48
23 5.30
31 4.10
33 3.38
56 3.65
42 3.68
46 3.96
57 3.55
54 3.27
71 3.44
58 3.51
54 4.87
50 5.51
S71 5.9
trouble..


INote: There were no auction sales,Phila.,weeks ending Jan.24 thru Mar.21 acct.. Labor
TOTAL 70 3.66 1,631 3.24 1,701 3.25 229 4.08 956 4.35

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------------- 1,930 cars Avg. $3.35

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


3.90
2,69








3.90
3.71
3.03
3.61
3.38








3.86

4.33
5.58
6.13






- 78 -


WEIGHED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1946-47 SEASON


B 0 S T 0 N
BOSTON

FLORIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds.&Std.Wire- -Sa- ard Standard
Week Boxes bound. Boxes bouns Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars Av Cars I Avg. Ca CaI Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg.


1946
Oct. 4
.11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1947
Jan.. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
Jaly 4
*11
-18
25
Aug.. 1
8


$3.72
3.85
4.11






2.60

2.62
2.42
4.96
4.66
4,61
5.05
5.09
4.55
4.49
4.15
3.65
3.52
3.72
3.74








3.71
4.22
4.44
5.26


$5.39
5.75
3.34
2,80
3.33
3.48
3.26
2.74
2.63
2.86
2.73

3.97
3.02
2.43
2.12
2.17
2,60
5.21
3;63
3.22
4.28
3.76
3.43
4.40
4.11
3.95
3.76
3.79
3.65
3.78
3,62
3.36
3.10
4.61
3.47
3.91
4.28
3.31
3.60
4.03
"-


$5.39
5,75
3.34
2,80
3.49
3,52
3.35
2.74
2,63
2.86
2.73

3.97
3.02
2.45
2,12
2.31
2,47
5;06
3.93
3.48
4.47
4.12
3.56
4.44
4.12
3.93
3.75
3.77
3.67
3.78
3.62
3.36
3.10
4.61
3.47
3.91
4,28
3.31
3.62
4.07
4.44
5,26


$3.62
3.32
3.24
5.00
4,27
3,31
3.77
3.84
4.72


3.49
3.07
2.92
2.88
3.29
4.92
4.04
3.85
4.28
4.01
4.46
4.92
4.33
4,42
3.94
3,98
4.11
4.03
3.93
3,70
3.78

3.88
4.23


$6.73
6,89
5.28
5.99
7.39

8.69
6.29
5.61
4.95
4,66

3.76
3.40
3.31
3.74
4,13
3,85
4.73
4.94
5.36
5.18
5,29
6.02
6.42
5.92
5.13
4.58
4.60
5.14
5.90
5.54
4.39
3.70
3.89
3.71
3,60
3.49
3,41
3.82
3.65
4.95
5.36
5.77


TOTAL 84 3.95 560 3.50 644 3.56 226 3.82 1,236 4.68

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------ 870 cars Avg. $3.62

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






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WEIG AVERAGE -AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1946-47 SEASON


PITTSBURGH:

FLORIDA S T 0 C K CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Sts. &Std. Wire- Standard Standard
'eek Boxes bound. Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending ars V Car s Ig, Avg Cars Avg, Cars Avg. Cars | Avg,


1946
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov, 1
8
15
22
29
Dec, 6
13
20
27
1947
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar, 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
:!ay 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1
8


-



$4.04






2.
-









-.9


$5.38
3.55
2.45
3.62
3.43
2.98
3.26
2,84
2.55

3.04
3.14
2.76
2.19
2.39
2.76
4,48
3,60
2.63
3.49
3.84
3.46
4.18
3.99
3.64
3.72
3.65
3.88
3.92
4.00
3.17
3.56
4.15
4.33
3.94
3,85
, 98
3,35
-


-

$5.38
3.55
2.45
3.67
3.48
2.98
2.50
3.26
2.84
2.55

3.04
3.14
' 2.76
2.19
2.39
2.76
4.48
3.60
2.63
3.49
3.84
3.46
4.18
3,99
3.64
3.72
3.65
3.88
3,92
4.00
3.17
3.56
4.15
4.33
3.94
3.85
2.98
3.35
3.93


$2.10

2.98.
4.25


-.


18
19
18
19
16
20
13
16
12
19
17
13
18
21
18
21
24
25
21
25
30
40
51
32
33
39
35
37
27
21
22
22


$6.70
7.02
5,72
5.28
7,31
7.98
8.03
6.70
5.74
5.67
3.72

3.38
3.41
3.73
3.83
3,99
3.79
4.87
4.71
4.54
5.40
5.18
5.97
5.97
5.37
4.74
4.81
4,56
4.85
5.15
4.93
4.54
3.43
3.75
3.75
3.99
3.65
3.19
3.23
3.43
4.94
5.11
6.18


ibTAL 4 3.68 412 3.29 416 3.29 4 3.08 892 4.53

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 420 cars Avg. $3.29

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








EIGaE S AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES OBRANGS
1946-47 SEASON


SCLEVELA:N.D

FL0RIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds& Std, Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg, Cars Avg.


1946
Oct. 4
11
18
25
mov. 1
8
15
22
2S
Dec. 16
13
20
27
1947
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb, 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
I-ay 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1
A


$3.76
3.87
o .


45,19
3.15
2.66
3.66
3,65
3.02
2.46
2.94
3.03
2.69

2,66
3.49
2.61
2.17
2.46
3.50
4.45
3.43
3.03
3.61
4.33
3.95
3.89
4.09
3.93
3.49
4.02
4.09
3.75
3.62
3.52
3.73
4.00
4.50
3.93
3.66
3.44
3.41
4.44
.


-

$5.19
3.15
2.66
3.67
3.67
3.02
2.46
2.94
3.03
2.69

2,66
3.49
2.61
2.17
2.46
3.50
4.45
3.43
3.03
3,61
4.33
3.95
3.89
4.09
3.93
3.49
4.02
4.09
3.75
3.62
3.52
3.73
4,00
4,50
3.93
3.66
3.44
3.41
4.44


$6.45
6.55
5.83
7.19

8.90
7.16
6.70
5.33
4.42
3.89

3.24
3.22
3.54
3.88
3.86
3.99
5.06
5.26
4.48
5.20
5.78
6.08
5.82
5.64
4,76
4.57
4.45
5.06
5.28
5.56
3.13
3.30
3.49
3.72
3.87
3.53
3.74
3.36
3.83
4.73
5,30
5.89


TOTAL 3 3.83 636 3.47 639 3.47 549 4.88

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 639 cars Avg. $3.47
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service






81 -

WEIHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1946-47 SEASON


C H I C A 0

FL 0 RIDA ST 0 C K CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds.&Stk Wire Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Eiding Cars Avg. Cars I Av. Cars Avg. Cars Av. Cars Avg


1946
Oct. 4
11
18
25
LTov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1947
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mtr. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
-Piy 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Au". 1
S


2
2
4
4

4



1
3


$3.86
3.96
4.06
3.63

2.89



2,69
2.87


$5.30
3.33
2,84
3.49
3,66
2.91
2.63
3.22
2,63
2.70

2,97
3.08
2.76
2,26
2.14
3.18
4.55
2.85
2.97
4,48
3.90
3,52
4.04
4.12
3.79
3.26
3.64
3,73
3.88
3.57
3.55
3.45
4,29
3.81
3,76
3.68
3.06
3.81
4.44


-

$5.30
3.33
2.89
3.53
3.72
2,98
2.63
3.22
2,66
2.70

2.97
3.08
2.76
2.30
2.14
3.18
4.55
2.85
2.97
4.48
3.90
3.52
4.04
4.12
3.79
3.26
3.64
3.73
3.88
3.57
3.55
3.45
4.29
3.81
3,76
3.68
3.06
3.91
4.44


'$6.65
6.80
6,39
6.13
7.36
8.48
7.75
5,56
5.87
4.64
4.02

3.46
3.31
3.78
3.81
3.84
3.94
5,05
4.54
4,48
4.95
5.69
5.81
5.68
5.53
4.85
4.50
4.66
5.08
4.77
5.04
4.02
3.56
3.58
3.91
4.22
3.91
4,92
3.70
4.02
5.59
5.07
5.82


TOTAL 20 3.46 901 3.38 921 3,38 1,795 4.79

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 921 cars Avg. $3.38

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







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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES


ORANGES


1946.47 SEASON


S T. L 0 U I S

FLORIDA ST 0 CK CALIF STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Std&S & Std. Wire- Standard Standard
week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes J Boxes
nin Cars Av. Cars Avg. Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. Cars I Avg.


1946
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1947
Jan. 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
30
June 6
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1
8


$3.13
2.83
3.18
3.31
3.27
2.60
2.76
2.39
2,43

2.41
2,44
2,51
2.33
2.11
2.33
4.29
3.57
2,90
3,89
3,31
3.64
4.17
4.16
3.53
3.37
3.65
3.62
3.91
3.51
3.55
3.38
4.49
4.03
3.75
3.52
2.75
3.54


-
-


$3.13
2,83
3.16
3.31
3.27
2.60
2,76
2.39
2,43

2,41
2,44
2.51
2.33
2.11
2.33
4.29
3.57
2,90
3.89
3.31
3,64
4.17
4.16
3.53
3.37
3.65
3.62
3.91
3.51
3.55
3.38
4.49
4.03
3.75
3.52
2.75
3.54


$6.67
6,74
5.34
5.04
-

8.01
5.38
5.25
4.67
3.68

2.95
3.25
3.75
3.97
3,70
4.05
4,95
4.30
4,25
4,64
5.21
5.29
5.16
5.16
4,67
3.96
4.49
4.11
4.78
4.44
3.97
3.37
3.48
3.40
3.83
3.43
3.01
3.08
3,46
4.29
4.89
5.35


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

$3,49
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


TOTAL 429 3.27 429 3.2? 1 3.49 829 4.33

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------r------ 430 cars Avg. $3.27

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







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WEIGHDn AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES. ORA1SES
1946-47 SEASON


CINCINNATI

FLO RIDA ST 0 C K CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds.& StdWire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined I Boes I Boxes
ending Cars Avg. Cars I Avg. A Cars Avg. Cars I A. Cars vg


1946
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. S
13
20
27
1947
Jan.c 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
.23
30
June' 6
"13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1
8


$3.70
















3.84
3.49
3.99

3.77

3.39
3.83


$4.31
3.28
2.59
3.26
2.93
3,06
2.60
2.91
2.86
2.66

2.84
2.87
2.32
2.23
2.31
2.85
4.32
3.21
2.61
3.73
3.24
3.59
3.95
3.83
3.78
3.33
3.55
3.79
3.49
3.32
3.24
3.09
4.05
3.86
4.02
3.78
3.32
4.13
4.98
5.47


-

$4.31
3.28
2.59
3.28
2,93
3,06
2.60
2.91
2.86
2,86
2.66

2.84
2.87
2,32
2.23
2.31
2.85
4.32
3.21
2.61
3.73
3.26
3.76
3.95
3,83
3.78
3.33
3.53
3.80
3.49
3.32
3.24
3.09
4.05
3.86
4.02
3.78
3.32
4.13
4.98
5.47


$6.67
6.90
6,90
6,88
7.76
7.16
7.56
5,82
5.34
4.66
3.72

2.77
2.93
4,00
3.77
4.08
3.85
4.21
4.28
4.50
4.95
5.90
6,24
5.69
5.43
4.52
3.68
4.37
4 87
4.95
4.31
3.44
3.01
3.40
3.46
3.45
3.42
3.11
3.07
3.40
4.83
5.58
5.12


-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
$3.12
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-


TOTAL 12 3,69 788 3.25 800 3.25 1 3.12 342 4.22

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------------------------- 801 cars Avg. $3.25

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






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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1946-47 SEASON


D E T R 0 I T

FL ORIDA ST 0 C K CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds& Std. Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
ding Cars A Cars Avg. Cars Av ars Ag Cars Avg.
1946
Oc-.- 4
Oct. 4 -
11 -
18 1 $5.41 1 $5.41 14 $6.70
25 4 5.41 4 5.41 12 7.54
Nov. 1 28 3.43 28 3.43 19 6.19
8 27 2.54 27 2.54 18 5.97
15 14 3.44 14 3.44 13 7.16
22 1 $3.65 20 3.08 21 3.11 11 7.69
29 16 3.16 16 3.16 5 8.01
Dec, 6 27 2.55 27 2.55 24 5.99
13 11 3.02 11 3.02. 34 5.76
20 12 3.48 12 3.48 36 5.12
27 1 2.67 16 2.55 17 2.56 27 3.69
1947
Jan. 3 8 2.11 8 2.11 18 3.31
10 11 2,76 11 2.76 28 3.35
17 13 2.61 13 2.61 28 4.15
24 2 2.76 14 2.41 16 2.45 28 3.94
31 12 2.29 12 2.29 28 4.13
Feb 7 8 3.39 8 3.39 37 3.98
14 12 4.81 12 4.81 33 5.01
21 18 3.34 18 3.34 27 5.04
28 17 2.77 17 2.77 30 4.66
Mar. 7 5 3:98 5 3.98 30 5.17
14 18 4.08 18 4.08 21 5.90
21 19 3.58 19 3.58 29 5.80
28 8 4.03 8 4.03 27 5.76
Apr. 4 26 4.20 26 4.20 33 5.84
11 15 3.70 15 3.70 30 4.70
18 18 3.73 18 3.73 38 4.54
25 10 4.05 10 4.05 37 4.41
Imy 2 12 4.05 12 4.05 29 4.80
9 20 3.91 20 3.91 35 4.97
16 18 3.50 18 3,50 32 4.85
23 13 3.58 13 3.58 38 4.14
30 10 4.15 10 4.15 40 3.93
June 6 19 4:22 19 4.22 58 3.96
13 9 4.25 9 4.25 42 3.41
20 15 4.23 15 4.23 33 4.01
27 13 3.95 13 3.95 29 4.13
July 4 10 3.95 10 3.95 29 3.80
11 8 3.98 8 3.98 49 3.59
18 2 4.69 2 4.69 33 3.64
25 1 4.92 1 4.92 27 5.01
Aug. 28 5.71
8 36 5.49


TOTALS 4 2.96 558 3.47 562 3.47 1,253 4.72
Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------562 cars Avg. $3.47
Made available
thru the cooperation of the Florida Citrus Exchange & the Federal-State Market News Service





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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES ORANGES
1946-47 SEASO...


BALTIMORE

FLORIDA ST OCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Stds.&Std.Wire- Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
Ending s C aAvg. Cars I Avg. Cars Avg. Cs As I A. as vg.


1946
Oct. 4
11
18
25
Iov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1947
Jan.- 3
10
17
24
31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
Mar. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
:'ay 2
9
16
23
30.
June 6.
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1
8


2.







-


$5.24
5.07
4.23
2.66
2.81

2.47
2,92
2.82
2.71

2.69
2,22
2.41
2,23-
2.31
4.29
3.96
2.57
3.60
3.54
3.27"
4:07
3.87
3.62
3.49
3.59
3.68
3.67
3.62
3.16
3.12
3,88
3.75
3,80
3.99
3.01
3.00
2.41


$5.24
5.07
4.23
2.66
3.14
3. 26
2.80
2,4?
2.92
2.82
2.71

2.69
2.22
2.41
2,23
2,29
3.94
3.96
2.60
3.60
3.54
3.27
4.07
3.87
3.62
3.49
3.59
3.68
3.67
3.62
3.16
3.12
3.88
3.75
3.80
3.99
3.01
3,00
2.41


$2.83
3.72
3.81
2.92.
5,01
4.02
3.80
4.41
3.62
3.51
4.70
3.91
3.60
3.63
3.69
3.95.
3.56
3.68
3.49


$6.70
6.70

6.41
6.85
6.45
5.80
6.10
5.73

3.69
3.37
3.47
4.33
4.04
3.66
6.44
6.00
4.42
5.19
6.33
6.10
6.51
6.26
4.90
4.22
4.86
5.73
5.78
5.55
4.16
3.87
4,16
3.47
3,67
3.78
3.22
3.32
3.75
4.79
5.51
5.44


TOTALS 7 3.00 316 3.28 323 3.27 50 3.85 260 4.55

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 373 cars Avg. $3.35

Made available
tnru the cooperation of the Florida Citras Exchange & the Federal-State Aarket News Service






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1946.47 SEASON


TOTAL ALL CITIES

FLORIDA STOCK CALIF. STOCK
Indian River
Standard Standard Wire- Std& Std. Wire. Standard Standard
Week Boxes bound Boxes bounds Combined Boxes Boxes
S Crs A Cars Avg. Cars I Ag. Cars A Avg. Cars Avg.


1946
dct 4
11
18
25
Nov. 1
8
15
22
29
Dec. 6
13
20
27
1947
JanM, 3
10
17
24
.31
Feb. 7
14
21
28
iMr. 7
14
21
28
Apr. 4
11
18
25
May 2
9
16
23
.30
June 86
13
20
27
July 4
11
18
25
Aug. 1
8


1



6
30
13
9
5
4
9
7

1
13
14
16
8
16
12
6
4
6
8
7
10
10
6
4
14
12
5
3
6
4
2
3
4
2
2
13
5
10
11
13


$3.77



3.61
3.58
3.82
3.51
3.28
3.83
3.26
3.20

6.68
3,69
2.63
2.04
2.47
2.72
4.50
4.53
4.17
5.08
4.79
4.18
4.28
3.98
3.65
3.16
3,65
3.66
3.46
3.40
3.07
2.55
4.15
3.67
4.22
4.16
3.80
3.90
4.25
4.90
6.07
5.48


lO
4
10
117
427
466
299
349
389
355
264
350
193

106
368
322
276
237
228
288
299
294
230
358
298
242
408
316
360
329
316
322
354
377
232
313
311
274
267
240
150
81
26
4
5


$5.27
5.30
5.17
3.30
2.74
3.10
3.25
2 80
2.59
2.94
2.69
2.84

3.35
2.93
2.40
2.22
2.41
2,76
4.60
3.32
3.04
3.86
3.47
3.43
4.24
3.89
3.72
3.48
3.66
3.70
3.73
3.61
3.28
3.33
4.20
3.61
4.01
3.82
3.37
4.03
4.10
5.02
5.36
3.97


$3.77
5.27
5.30
5i17
3.30
2.75
3.14
3.27
2.82
2.60
2.95
2.70
2.85

3.38
2.96
2.41
2.21
2.41
2.76
4.60
3.34
3.06
3.89
3.50
3.46
4.24
3.89
3.72
3.48
3.66
3.70
3.72
3.61
3.28
3,31
4.20
3.61
4.01
3.82
3.37
4.02
4.11
4.99
5.88
5.06


$5.76
5.50
4.60
4.04
3.76
4.30
4.31
3.84
3.94
3.95
4.34

5.28
4,42
-2.96
2.78
3.18
3.28
5.34
4:04
4.54
4.40
4.32
4.32
4.89
4.33
4.05
3.90
3.94
4.09
4.06
3.84
3.73
3.66
5.13
3.93
4.96
4.41
4.13
3.17
2.83


$6.70
6.89
5.87
6.20
6.73
8.15
7.87
6.07
5.66
4.90
4.23

3.37
3.25
3.59
3.95
3.99
3.87
5.03
4.90
4.76
5.17
5.63
5.89
6.01
5.75
4.93
4.46
4.62
4.96
5,27
5.18
4.32
3.45
3.76
3.57
3.93
3.68
3.40
3.47
3.63
4.96
5.45
5.63


I *California auction averages not included prior to week ending Oct. 18th.
TOTAL 334 3.77 11,454 3.36 11,788 3.37 2,982 4.03 12,247 4.67

Total Sales, Florida oranges, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ---------- -------------- 14,770 cars Avg, $3.50

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






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WEIGiTE AVERA3Z 0ClON PRICES FLORI SEED & gSEB S.t GRAPEFUITI
1946.47 SEASON


NEW YORK CITY

ILA, SEED GRAPEFI~ IT FIA. SEELESS GAPEPHIT
St d& Std I&d.Riv Sfa"&Std. Ind liv.
Ieek Standard Std.Wire- wiS in S ar Standard Std.Vire- Ie s tndR r
and, Boxes bondd Boxes Combined Boxes Boxes boundBoaes Combined Boxes
ing Cars Avg. Cars Avg, CErs Avy. Cars AVg, CarsiAvg Cars Avg. CarsAbg. Cars Avg


1946

27
10/ 4
11
18
25
11/
8
15
22
29
12/ 6
13
20
27
1947

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


1.49
1,67

2.64


2.69
2.66
2.74
3,40
2,74
2.82
2,57

3.16
3.64
3.24
3.01
3.77
2.77
2,84
4.33
2.72


7 5.14
11 3.91
39 2.98
14 3,07
10 3.85
13 3.32
8 2,54
6 2.66
6 2,23
3 2.76
3 2,59
1 2.55
4 2.38
1 2.82
2 2.08
3 2.30
4 2.23
1 1.67
3 1.75
4 1.66
5 1.81
1 2.29
2 2.05
2 2.20
5 1.91
2 1.99
5 2.42
10 2.27
12 1.82
5 1,85
3 1.90
9 2.25
2 1.92
5 2.05

3 2.52
1 2,55
3 3.03
8 2.57
14 2.52
10 2.04
3 3,42
5 3.08
1 1.45
- -


7 5.14
11 3.91
39 2.98
14 3.07
10 3.85
13 3.32
8 2.54
6 2.66
6 2.33
3 2.78
3 2.59
1 2.55
4 2.38
1 2.82
2 2.08
3 2.30
4 2.23
1 1.67
3 1.75
6 1.60
6 1.79
1 2.29
2 2.05
3 2.35
5 1.91
2 1.99
5 2,42
12 2.34
16 2,03
8 2.18
4 2.28
11 2.34
3 2.22
8 2.24
8 2.92
4 3.64
3 3.01
6 3.02
13 3.03
16 2.55
13 2.22
4 3.65
6 3.02
1 1.45


4 5.04
7 4.80
4 4,40
7 5.06
17 3.97
10 3.15
9 3.64
7 3.45
9 3.21
8 3.00
19 3.04
11 2.97
9 3.26
15 3,04
7 3.06
14 2.89
13 2,42
16 2,20
17 2.17
13 2.25
5 3.55
10 3.39
12 2.76
27 2.58
11 2.54
7 2.61
6 3.09
13 2.35
8 2,72
6 3.09
7 3.13
10 2,84
5 2.54
6 2.53
2 3.17
8 2.69
7 3.14
7 3.28
6 3.87
5 2,75
1 2.88

1 2.90


5.98
-


4.03
4.25
3.43
2,92




2,82


1 2,43
2 1.79
2 2.15
1 2.46


6 2.79
12 2,47
9 3.02
19 3,22
9 2,91
8 3.14
9 2.44
11 3.78
14 3.24
12 3.26
6 3.14
14 3.77
6 3.65
13 4.49
5 4.13
3 4.68
7 3.86
4 3.63
3 4,38
1 5.74


4.91
4.79
4.03
3.79
3.89
3.99
2.85
3.08
2.63
2,88
3.24
2.87
2,73
2.80
2.60

2,69
2.73
2.20
1.85
2 05
2 27
3.83
3.00
2.34
2.32
2.17
2.68
2.95
2,23
2.34
2.39
2.78
2,60
2,48
2.43
2.66
2.40
3.48
3.23
3.48
3.23
2.43
3,84
3.76
3.28
4.02
2,49


7 5,06
5 4.79
5 4.03
25 3.79
39 3.90
25 4.02
16 2.85
39 3.09
36 2.65
17 2.88
6 3.24
18 2,87
21 2.73
13 2,80
17 2,61

6 2.69
33 2,72
29 2.20
44 1.85
33 2.06
14 2 28
11 3.83
21 3.00
40 2.34
23 2.44
23 2.33
28 2,79
64 3.03
45 2.37
35 2.52
45 2.40
53 2,99
59 2.75
64 2.62
49 2.52
68 2.89
48 2.56
52 3.73
39 3.34
38 3.57
41 3.33
27 2.61
13 3.96
9 3.98
5 3.28
2 4.02
1 2.49


5.61
6.45
5.51
5.20
5.00
3.69
4.39
3.86
3.61
3.66
3.89
4.14
3.83
4,17
4.32
4.11
3.18
2.96
2.75
3.04
4.47
4.56
3,85
3.25
3,40
3,78
4.24
3.27
3,09
3,48
3.94
3,62
3.16
3.41
3.86
3.60
4.14
4.50
4.99
4,92
5.22
5.81
2.85
3.36


TOTAL 46 2.97 259 2.69 305 2.73 386 3.00 190 3.39 1,161 2.80 1,351 2.88 2,852 3.75

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 4,894 cars Avg. $3.39

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






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WEIGHTED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES flnUD SEED & SEELESS GRAPEFnhIT
1946-47 SEASON


PHILADELPHIA

FIA. SEED gRAPF IT F.LA. SEE~LESS GRAPeFHJIT
Std- Ind Riv in!, Riv
Week Standard Stbd. Wir e- un rd Standad Std Wire- i& S r
End l Boxes bound Bes Combined Box e Boxes bound es Combined Boxes
ing Cars Avg. CardsAmg, Cars Av;g CarslAvg, Cars A.g Cars Avg, Cars |Av. Cars Avg.


5 5.34
9 3.45
25 3.12
13 2.85
6 3.50
9 3 40
3 2.50
5 2.40
6 2.55
3 3.13
1 3.20
1 2.25

2 3.10
2 2.31


5 5.34
9 3.45
25 3.12
13 2.85
6 3.50
9 3,40
4 2.65.
5 2.40
6 2.55
3 3.13.
1 3.20
1 2.25
2 3.10
2 2.31


1946

27
10/ 4
11'
18
25
8
15
22
29
12/ 6
13
20
27

T73
10
17
24
31
2/ 7
14
.21
28
3/ 7
14
21
28
4/. 4
11
18
25
5/ 2
9
16
23
30
6/ 6
13
20
27
4,
11
18
25
8/ 1
8


1









1
- i
















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


3.09









3.23
--
--
--











2.15
2.06
2.98
2.,4
2.25
2.63
2.91
2.20
3.33
2.08
1.41
4.15
-


-


3.45
4.33
3.04
2.97
3.64
3.66
3.74
3.40
3.38
2.78
2.86

3.67
3.14







2.35
2.10
1.95
2.63
2.88
2.91
2.47
1.94


2.3


2 5.40

5 3.59
12 3.77
16 4.06
13 3.99
18 2.96
18 2.76
12 3.03
7 3.55
11 2.91
8 3.23
17 2.89
13 2.64
4 2.14


2.95
5.57
4.22
4.08
3.88
4.24
4.08
3.82
4.28
4.51
4.00
3.60


4.90


3.95


4.45
3.78
3.05


2.46
2,51
3.45
2.63








3.21
3.25
2.72
2.85
2.63
2.65
2.61
2.93
3.18
3.93
3.88
3.24
4.05
3.19
4.77


Note: There were no auction sales, Phila., weeks ending Jan.24 thru Mar.21 acct. or
TOTAL 28 2.55 130 2.91 158 2.84 56 3.09 74 3.25 407 2.90 481 2.95 195 3.76

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 890 cars Avg. $3.11

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


1 1.85 1 1.85 1
5 1.87 7 1.92 3
1 1.90 2 2.44 1
2 2.34 2 2.34 2
1 2.56 4 2.49 4
- 2 2.25 2
- 1 2.63 -
3 3.00 5 2.96 -
- 3 2.20
2 2.3 63 -
3 2.10 5 2.09 -
7 1,96 9 1.84 -
- 1 4.15 -
3 3.66 3 3.66 -
3 3.38 3 3.38 -
2 2.50 2 2,50


5.90

3.59
3.77
4.08
3.99
2.96
2.76
2.90
3.51
2.88
3.23
2.89
2.64
2.03

3.56
3.02
2.35
--
--
--



2.65
2.24
2.30
2.37
2.57
2.53
2.33
2.02
2.29
3.00
3.75
3.25
3.22
2.66
2.79
4.10
4.01
3.74
4.30
.


3 3.21 2 4.35
15 3.08 8 4.68
15 2.39 11 3.64







1 2.65 -
16 2.60 10 3.13
15 2.62 2 3.78
17 2.51 11 3.36
19 2.61 10 3.29
27 2.54 8 3.62
31 2.37 15 3.11
22 2.18 11 2.84
21 2.35 2 3.73
15 3.05 4 3.33
22 3.83 2 4.12
25 3.32 1 4.05
2-- 3.22 2 4.00
18 2.81 -
7 2.85 -
2 4.44
5 4.01 -
3 3.74 -
2 4.30 .





- 89 -


WEIGHTED AVEAGE CTION PRICES FIOIDA SEED & SEEDLESS GRAPEFlIT
... 1946-47 SE&SON


B O S T 0 N

TL~,. S.ED C ALEUIT I ,lA..- SzEE SS GR~PEFIT
Stds.&Std. Ind. Ri Stas &Std. Ind Riv.
Week Standard Std. Wire- Wirebounds t dad Standard Std Wire- Wireounad Standard
d-. Boxes b0Zd Ba=es Combined Boaes Boxes Bctes Combined Boxes
ing CersjAvg. Cars g. CarsAvg, Car Cars vg CarsAv. Cars Avg. Car A.
9 0


97520
27
10/ 4
11
18
25
11/ 1
8
15
22
291
12/ 6
13
20
27
7T
10
17
24
31
2/ 7
14
21
3287
14
281
4/ 4
11
18
25
5/ 2
9
16
23
30
S/ 6
13
20
27
7/ 4
11
18
25
8/ 1
8


2.17












2.72



2.63
2.32
2.37
2.38

3,26
2.44
2.25
2.96
4.39

3.12
2.65


- -

6 2.98
2 2.81

1 3,63
3 2,39
1 1.68
1 2.29


1 2.43
1 2.67


1.61
2.50
2.58
1.97










3.90

2.07
1.48



1.80


2.98
2.81

3,63
2.39
1.93
2,29


2.43
2.67




1.61
2.50
2.72
2.58
1.97
2.63
2,32
2.37
2.38

3.26
2.44
2.25
2.96
4.39
3.90
3.12
2.26
1.48



1.80


- -



S2.83
4 2.76

1 3.53
S3.30
2 2.73
1 2.61
1 3.40
1 4.41
1 3.90
4 3.16
6 2.49
6 2.18
5 2.23
2 3.80
1 3.22
2 3.03
7 2.85
5 2.17
2 2.54
2 2.99
3 2:40
3 2.28
1 2.48
2 3.17
1 2.36
2 2.71
2 2.08
1 2.20
1 4,06


5.77


4.29


3 2.22
- -
I I
- i
- -




4 3.20
5 2:77
3 2,58
3 3.05
3 3.55
12 3.11
2 2.71
1 2.97
1 3.43
5 2.90
3 4.64
4 4.38
4 3.98
2 4.20


5.68
5.88

3.97
4.03
4.66
3.16
2.45

3.58
2.69
2,41
2,70

3.49
2.48
2,03
2.06

2.15
3.03
2.88
2.36
3.05
2.59
2,22
2 51
2.56
2.38
2,46
2.11
2.48
2.13
2,59
4.11
3.03
2.53
2.39
2.70


5.73
5.88

3.97
4.14
4.66
3.16
2,45

3.58
2.69
2.41
2.70

3.49
2.48
2.07
2:03
2.06

2.15
3.03
2.88
2.29
3.15
2.70
2.44
2.83
2.98
2,92
2.54
2.21
2.72
2.56
4.13
4.25
3.57
3.01
2.39
2.70


w
-



5.03
4.40
3.67
3.76
4.66
3.95
3.56
3.79
3.93
4.45
4,60
4.20
4.16
2.81
2.51
2.52
3.98
395
420
3.76
2.98
2.94
3.50
2.86
2.67
2.89
4.08
3.20
2.93
2.63
2.86
3.34
5.08
4.53


TOTAL 20 3.07 26 2.51 46 2.75 74 2.73 59 3.37 91 2.88 150 3.07 276 3.41

Total Salos, Florida grapefruit, all varieties,
all containers, all sections ------------------------------- 546 cars Avg. $3.17

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








90 -


WEIGHMED AVERAGE AUCTION PRICES F .OIDL SEED & SEED.ESS GRAPF IT
1946-47 SEASON


PITTSBURGH


FIA, SED GSAPEEIT FIA. MSEEDI-SS GRAPEFRPIT

S Std &Std. Ind. iv. Stds.&Std. Ind Riv
Week Standard Stdire- Wirounds Sandard Standard Std. Wire- Wireoud tandar
End& Boxes boiW Baxv.es Comba ne-O iSa Bo-es ib~a Btes Cosmb ned Boxes
ing Cars Avg. Cas Avrg Car Avg Cars Avg. Cas Avg. Carsjg. Cars Avg. Cars JAvg.


1946

27
10/ 4
11
18
25
11/
8
15
22
29
12/ 6
13
20
27
1947

17-3
10
17
24
31
2/ 7
14
21
28
3/ 7
14
S21
28
4/ 4
11
18
25
5/ 2
9
16
23
30
6/ 6
13
20,
27
7/ 4
11
18
25
8/ 1
8


3.58
2.45

2-.8










,7


-
-
3.58
2.45
-
-

2,87
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-

-
2.02
-
.-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-
-
-
-


-- -


1 2,95





-


-
-
-
-
3.84
- -
-
..
-
-
-
-
-
-
-

-

-
2,67
-
-
-
-
-
-
' -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2,40
-
-
-
- -
4.37
-
-
-

-
-
-
-


2 4.70


1 3.82
1 3.76
6 3 94
5 3.45
5 2.63

1 3.33

1 2.77








1 2.31
2 1.76

1 1.78


1 2.11
1 2.43
1 2.21
1 2.41
2 3.05






4 2.27
1 2.22
3 2.18


1 2.14
1 2.93
2 2.73
1 2.33


4.70



3.82
3.80
3.94
3.45
2.63

3.33

2.77








2.31
2.06

1.78


2.11
2.43
2.21
2.41
3.05






2.32
2.22
2.18

3- 2
3.25
2.93
2.73
2.33


-

-
-
-
-
3.06
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
.
-
-
-
-
.
-
-
-
-
-

.
.
.
-


TOAL 10 2,78 10 2.78 1 2.95 6 3.01 45 2.90 51 2.91 1 3.06

Total Sales, Florida grapefruit. a.ll varieties,
all containers, all sections --------------------------- 63 cars Avg. $2.89


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