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 Index
 Letter of transmittal
 Map
 Shipments
 Transportation
 Port clearings
 Road guard stations and patrol
 Grade analysis
 Size analysis
 Container analysis
 S. M. A. purchases
 Bond and license department
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 Material Information
Title: Annual report
Alternate Title: Report of the Citrus Inspection Bureau
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Citrus Inspection Bureau
Publisher: The Bureau
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: 1940
Publication Date: -1947
Frequency: annual
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Subjects / Keywords: Citrus fruits -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: State of Florida, Citrus Inspection Bureau.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -1946/47 season.
General Note: Description based on: Season of 1935/1936.
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Table of Contents
    Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Index
        Page 2
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 3
    Map
        Page 4
    Shipments
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
    Transportation
        Page 37
    Port clearings
        Page 38
    Road guard stations and patrol
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
    Grade analysis
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
    Size analysis
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
    Container analysis
        Page 63
        Page 64
    S. M. A. purchases
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
    Bond and license department
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
    Arsenical spray law enforcement
        Page 77
        Page 78
    Financial statement
        Page 79
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INDEX


Page No.
Arsenical Spray Law Enforcement ................ 77
Bond and License Department .......... ............ 71-76
Container Analysis .............. ............. .. 63-64
Destructions ............................... ..... ...... 29
Financial Statem ent .... ..................... ... ............ 79
G rade A analysis .. .... .......................................... 43-52
Laboratory Report ........................................ 78
Letter of Transm ittal ........................................ 3
M ap ... ................ ... .. ... ......... ....... 4
Port Clearings (Florida Citrus) ..................... 38
Road Guard Stations and Patrol .................. 39
." (Volume Handled
by M months) ................. .............. ........ ........ 40-41
SHIPMENTS (by Shippers) ........................... 5-29
(Counties, by Months) ............ 30-34
(Counties, for Season) ............ 34
(Inter-, Intra-state & Export 35-36
(Summary for 1939-40 Season) 5
Size A analysis ...... ......................... ............. 53-62
S. M. A. Purchases (by Counties) ............... 69
" (by Shippers) ................ 65-68
" (Container Report) ...... 69

Transportation (Rail, Truck & Boat
Distribution) .............. .................. 37












Letter of Transmittal

Winter Haven, Florida
August 1, 1941
Honorable Nathan Mayo,
Commissioner of Agriculture,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Sir:
I have the honor to transmit herewith the report
of the Citrus Inspection Bureau for the season
1940-41.
I point with pride and pleasure to the record of
loyal and efficient services of the entire personnel
of the Bureau.

Any credit due the Bureau is hereby passed on
to its employees for their desire to render service and
to the citrus industry for its willingness to use the
service.
Very respectfully,
G. E. COPELAND,
Supervising Inspector
Citrus Inspection Bureau.
GEC/hs







Citrus Inspection Bureau
Winter Haven, Florida

GEO. E. COPELAND Supervising Inspector
In Charge of the Bureau
W M C. PIERCE ......................................... Attorney
J. F. MAYS ................. Cashier
License and Bond
E. E. RAASCH .................... ................ Statistician
Records
C. P. DAVIS ............ Chief Laboratory Inspector
Arsenic Enforcement
GEO. F. WESTBROOK ................................ Chemist
Laboratories
HAZEL SEYMOUR ................................ Secretary






Summary Of Shipping Record For 1939-40 Season


The shipping records appearing in the Annual Report of
the Citrus Inspection Bureau for the 1939-40 season were nec-
essarily closed as of June 30, 1940. During July and August,
the remaining months of the 1939-40 season, 13,615 boxes of


Boxes
Grapefruit
6,313,585


Boxes
Oranges
18,954,443


grapefruit and 27,964 boxes of oranges were certified and
shipped. No oranges were "Color Added" during these two
months.
This brought the grand total for the 1939-40 season to:


Boxes
Tangerines
2,035,941


Boxes
Grand Total
27,303,969


Boxes
Color Added
6,672,269


Packing House or Shipper
Maxcy, L., Inc.


Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
ALACHUA COUNTY


Address Manager
Island Grove W. K. Whidden

Total Shipments For Alachua County:


Gft.
2,054

2,054


Org.
57,838

57,838


Tang.
1,285

1,285


Total Col. Add.
61,177 2,459

61,177 2,459






Packing House or Shipper
American Fruit Growers, Inc.
Arc Groves, The
Brevard Packing Company
Cabell. C. A.
Cocoa-Merritt Island Citrus Ass'n
D'Albora. J. V. Company
Fol-om, L. M., Packing Company
KIlmz C. G. A.
Ne-ins Fruit Company, Inc.
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc.
o\ Osteen. S. A.
Parks, R. W. Company
Porcher. E. P.. Estate of
Reid & Ogle


BREVARD COUNTY
Address Manager
Cocoa J. B. Pinkerton
Sharpes E. J. Ard
Mims W. G Chilton
Micco R. R. Poynter
Cocoa M. T. Miller
Cocoa John V. D'Albora
Cocoa L. M. Folsom
Mims C. F. Flake
Cocoa H. U. Parrish
Titusville J. P. Brown
Cocoa S. A. Osteen
Cocoa R. W. Parks
Cocoa L. S. Andrews, Jr.
Cocoa J. V. Ogle


Total Shipments for Brevard County:
BROWARD COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper
Bennett's Packing House
Brow\ard Fruit Company
Donsgrove
Flamingo Groves, Inc.
Flamingo Groves, Inc.


Address
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Hollywood
Hollywood


Manager
Frank Bennett
E. H. Stephens
D. B. Wilband
Floyd L. Wray
Floyd L. Wray


Gft. Org. Tang.
21,961 54,387 2,652
504 1,580 350
20,861 35,110 594
1,790 1,214 35
32,029 44,787 4,033
70,505 81,325 3,208
2,355 817 29
16,677 44,807 832
57,122 116,575 8,715
70,323 207,861 2,484
1,080 655 40
540 692 293
11,842 37,170 186
7,327 7,954 666

314,916 634,934 24,117


Gft.
1,352
655
349
207
234


Org.
2,832
701
1,034
369
1,255


Tang.
5
194

27
156


Total Col. Add.
79,000
2,434
56,565 2,704
3,039
80,849
155,038 5,056
3,201
62,316
182,412
280,668 10,457
1,775
1,525
49,198
15,947

973,967 18,215

Total Col. Add.
4,189
1,550
1,383
603
1,645






Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Hacienda Flores, Inc.
Kennesaw Fruit Company
Munson Packing House
New River Grove
Roper Brothers, Inc.
Walsh Citrus Company
Wray, Floyd L.


Packing House or Shipper
Citrus County Pack. & Prod. Co.



Packing House or Shipper
Bates, Carl B.
Biscayne Fruit & Veg. Co., Inc.


Address
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale


BROWARD COUNTY
Manager
Edward C. Brown
F. R. Humphries
Frank Munson
Virgil Prettyman, Jr.
(See Orange County)
C. L. Walsh
Floyd L. Wray


(Conti


Total Shipments for Broward County:

CITRUS COUNTY


Address Manager
Floral City M. C. Whiting

Total Shipments for Citrus County:
DADE COUNTY
Address Manager
Miami Carl B. Bates
Miami Chas. Kokos


nued)
Gft. Org.
617 258
861 2,042
371 1,539
524 70
3,749 2,384
6,792 23,324
1,174 47,141

16,885 82,949


Gft.
745

745


Gft.
121
3,332


Org.
8,439

8,439


Org.
755
8,640


Tang.

303
177


237
131

1,230


Tang.
185

185


Total Col. Add.
875
3,206
2,087
594
6,133
30,353
48,446

101,064


Total Col. Add.
9,369

9,369


Tang. Total
40 916
254 12,226


Col. Add.

296






Packing House or Shipper
Close. George H.
Cooper's
Floyd. C. V., Fruit Company
Hickson Packing Company
Miscio. Rocco. Packing House
Nelson-Klingensmith Company
Redland C. G. A.
Redland Fruit Company, Inc.
iegal Fruit Company
Ce Ralph J.
Siver Palm Fruit Growers Ass'n
S Silver Palm Grove
South Florida Fruit Growers
Sugar Tree Groves
W in cor Groves


Address
Miami
Miami
Miami
Miami
Miami
Miami
Homestead
Miami
Miami
Miami
Homestead
Homestead
Goulds
Miami
Homestead


Manager
George H. Close
James R. Cooper
C. V. Floyd
J. L. Battle
James S. Palazzolo
E. C. Wakefield
E. A. Carter
John W. Powers
A. L. Booth
R. J. Repp
Chas. A. Cox
E. E. Vrana
John R. Mathers
L. B. Kendall
Ed. Wright


Total Shipments for Dade County:


81,628 110,930 5,897 198,455 5,425


Packing House or Shipper Address
Browder, D. H., Son & Company Arcadia
Draper, Bruce, Inc. Arcadia
Draper, Bruce, Inc. Arcadia
Fort Ogden C. G. A. Fort Ogden


DESOTO COUNTY
Manager
H. P. Browder
Bruce Draper
Bruce Draper
D. E. O'Connor


19,695
680
577
20
5,546
2,003
1,781
2,796
1,155
5,711
18,397
1,802
2,252
188
15,572


Org.
33,634
188
519
20
19,719
2,665

6,388
1,651
16,773
5,678
316
6,744
97
7,143


Tang.
470
120
77

888
3

28
234
425
319
83
608

2,348


Col. Add.
2,780


Total


53,799
988
1,173
40
26,153
4,671
1,781
9,212
3,040
22,909
24,394
2,201
9,604
285
25,063


Gft.
2,693
3,399

2,485


Org.
73,482
146,255
2,300
37,272


Tang.
8,276
3,214

5,020


Total
84,451
152,868
2,300
44,777


Col. Add.
24,378
34,466

11,381


217


1

2,131






Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
DE SOTO COUNTY (Continued)


Packing House or Shipper
Nocatee Packing Company, Inc.
Spada Fruit Sales Agency
Sunny South Packing Company
Welles Fruit & Live Stock Company
Youth Valley Cooperative Ass'n.


Address
Nocatee
Tampa
Arcadia
Arcadia
Arcadia


Manager
J. W. Freeman
Andrew Spada, Jr.
L. R. Morgan
E. C. Welles


Gft.
99

10,196
3,364
4,468


Total Shipments for DeSoto County:

DUVAL COUNTY


Org.
592
3,256
69,624
45,321
59,033


Tang.
5,824

7,496
6,722
1,775


26,704 437,135 38,327


Total Col. Add.
6,515 11
3,256
87,316 9,341
55,407 7,752
65,276 13,726

502.166 101.055


Packing House or Shipper
Arnold Fruit Company, The
Clark, W. H., Fruit Company
Hawkins, Walter
Herlong, Fred, Fruit Company




Packing House of Shipper
Alexander & Baird Company


Address
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville


Manager
C. L. Arnold
W. H. Clark
Walter Hawkins
Emil Yde


Total Shipments for Duval County:
HARDEE COUNTY
Address Manager
Wauchula C. R. Bostick


Gft.
3,547
86,956
550
12,036

103,089


Org.
15,719
499,219
344
112,037

627,319


Tang.
1,818
59,731
22
3,436

65,007


Total
21,084
645,906
916
127,509

795,415


Col. Add.
1,338
59,883

14,346

75,567


Gft. Org. Tang. Total Col. Add.
90 10,763 5,269 16,122 3,869





Packing House or Shipper
Carlton Fruit Company, -nc.
Redland Fruit Company, Inc.




Packing House or Shipper
Brooksville C. G. A.
Brooksville Fruit Company




Packing House or Shipper
American Fruit Growers, Inc.
Avon Park C. G. A.
Lake Byrd Citrus Packing Co.
Lake Placid Packing Co., Inc.
Maxcy, Gregg, Inc.
Palmer Packing House
Sebring Fruit Growers Ass'n.
Withers & Harshman, Inc.


Address Manager
Wauchula G. S. Carlton
Miami John Powers


Total Shipments for Hardee County:


Gft.
6
111

207


HERNANDO COUNTY


Address
Brooksville
Brooksville


Manager
J. Ward Smith
A. W. Bell


Total Shipments for Hernando County:


Gft.
625
1,582

2,207


HIGHLANDS COUNTY


Address
Avon Park
Avon Park
Avon Park
Lake Placid
Sebring
Avon Park
Sebring
Sebring


Manager
J. M. McCord
H. C. Worden
W. J. Prevatt
B. S. Cole
A. A. Varena
L. G. Palmer
Geo. C. Guthrie
George Guthrie


Total Shipments for Highlands County:


Gft.
17,055
22,528
132,013
12,298
7,566
1,215
42,429
2,112

237,216


Org.
88,105
400

99,268


Org.
43,035
33,078

76,113


Org.
10,731
32,298
116,683
37,031
73,713
2,566
109,236
27

382,285


Tang.
1,274
82

6,625


Tang.
47,724
11,852

59,576


Tang.
7,551
6,131
3,136
13,455
12,274
935
25,077


68,559


Total
89,385
593

106,100


Total
91,384
46,512

137,896


Col. Add.
7,842


11,711


Col. Add.

6,548

6,548


Total Col. Add.
35,337 4,125
60,957 24,716
251,832 43,390
62,784 13,336
93,553 39,486
4,716
176,742 30,225
2,139

688,060 155,278






Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper Address
Barnes, John S., Inc. Plant City
Blair, John R. Tampa
Buckeye Citrus Service Leesburg
Carey Fruit Company Plant City
Coarsey-Parker Packing Company Tampa
Coarsey-Parker Packing Company Tampa
Fugazzi Brothers, Inc. Clearwater
Hazzard, George W. Tampa
Hillsborough Packing Company Tampa
Independent Fruit Packers Tampa
Ingram, J. M., Fruit Corporation Tampa
Lee, D. C., Inc. Tampa
Peninsular Distributing Corp. Sulphur Springs
Plant City Cooperative Ass'n Plant City
Plant City Packing Co., Inc. Plant City
Sampson Brothers Mango
Spada Fruit Sales Agency Tampa
Thompson Packing Company Tampa
Tyner Fruit Company, Inc. Thonotosassa
Varn, P. H. Plant City


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Manager Gft.
Don Hull 92,495
J. R. Blair 111
(See Lake County)
G. A. Carey 376
G. E. Parker 151
G. E. Parker 152
C. W. Lumsden 17,605
Geo. W. Hazzard 175
J. W. McLean 26,860
Victor Sorensen 2,240
J. M. Ingram 26,998
L. W. Lee 2,075
1,063
Hollis Howell 245
Clinton Bolick 4,126
H. M. Sampson 2,863
Andrew Spada, Jr. 11,941
F. C. Thompson 3,749
J. P. Tyner' 7,918
E. H. Chapman 8,416


Org.
191,230
82
18,079
5,234
821
448
15,980
227
162,288
7,760
168,478
55,971
15,417
9,645
33,614
12,882
56,157
12,606
66,046
57,633


Tang.
6,338
392

276
18


119
3,644
1,515
6,239
4,402
2,708
24
846
2,291
6,043
1,765
767
1,799


Total
290,063
585
18,079
5,886
990
600
33,585
521
192,792
11,515
201,715
62,448
19,188
9,914
38,586
18,036
74,141
18,120
74,731
67,848


Col. Add.
111,226

11,682
524

338
14,975

7,024
4,466
11,202
3,031
6,770

25,503

1,330
5,080
89






Pa- kiiig House or Shipper
AlitEi-r, Ebe J.


Pa.:in House or Shipper
Arn.iican Fruit Growers. Inc.
EB ch, Wm. C.
E:'i- rnn, Joe S., Farms, Inc.
Graves Brothers Company
Iniian River Associates. Inc.
Tn- I:,n River Frt. & Veg. Dis., Inc.
inC 1;'n River Packing Company
Indian River Products Company
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc.
Os!o C. G. A.
Pet-ison, Axel T.
Spaclaro, F. C. Company
Vero Ind. Riv. Producers Ass'n.


Address Manager
Sulphur Springs Ebe J. Walter

Total Shipments for Hillsborough County:


Address
Wabb"'so
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Wabbaso
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach


INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Manager
N. B. Ryall
Wm. C. Brasch
George Duncan
C. G. Wilhoit
Adam C. Brown
Joe Carter
J. M. Barnes
Walter S. Buckingham
M. L. Strickland
Walter S. Buckingham
Axel T. Peterson
Frank C. Spadaro
C. M. Seraphine


Total Shipments for Indian River County:

LAKE COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper
Altona Packing Company, Inc.


Address Manager
Altoona W. D. Collins


Gft.
16,652

226,211


Org.
62,885

953,483


Tang.
2,200

41.336


Total
81,737

1,221.080


Gft. Org. Tang. Total
277,718 45,509 8,542 331,769
6,276 11,307 962 18,545
5,663 1,683 5 7,351
101,590 32.568 7.240 141.'98
45,096 26,122 5,482 76,700
9,714 17,057 3,335 30,106
18,930 6,869 1,133 26,932
1,637 4,121 658 6.416
95,911 38,274 7,388 141,573
65,231 18,392 421 84.044
2,542 1,766 397 4,705
4,842 2,072 388 7.302
71,654 31,399 5,653 108,706

706,804 237,139 41,604 985,547


Gft. Org.
1,284 31,275


Col. Add.
14,097

217.337


Col. Add.





138





43


181


Tang. Total Col. Add.
456 33,015 21,087





Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Austin, W. F. dba, The Orange
Car Packing House
B & B Packing House
Burleigh, E. I.
Cauthen Packing Company
Eustis Packing Company, The
Fields, S. A., & Company
SFruitland Packing Company
Grove Fruit Packing Company
Growers' Marketing Service, Inc.
Growers' Marketing Service, Inc.
Hadlock Fruit Company
Harris & Wade, Inc.
Herlong, A. S., & Company
Herndon, L. H.
Hiway Packing Company
Knowles & Company
Kramers Packing House
Laco Sales Company
Lake Carlton Fruit Company


LAKE COUNTY (Continued)
Address Manager


Umatilla
Eustis
Tavares
Leesburg
Eustis
Umatilla
Leesburg
Groveland
Leesburg
Leesburg
VIount Dora
Eustis
Leesburg
Yalaha
Leesburg
Leesburg
Leesburg
Lady Lake
Lake Jem


W. F. Austin, Jr.
Claude L. Greene
E. I. Burleigh
J. A. Cauthen, Jr.
C. C. Conklin
B. G. Anderson
J. E. Neal
Peter Micheloni
Ted C. Prosser
Ted C. Prosser
Frank Hadlock
Harry C. Harris
A. S. Herlong
L. H. Herndon
M. J. Youngblood
W. A. Knowles
F. C. W. Kramer
T. Cecil Knight
R. K. Heist


Gft.

9,713
2,458
1,487
10,953
10,010
11,901
1,000
14,776
13,086

481
354
7,500
28,272
2,798
3,735
1,831
13,977
22,566


Org. Tang. Total Col. Add.


49,439
13,599
6,896
35,930
59,866
155,052
6,929
15,273
211,433
1,358
2,636
54,888
122,115
54,313
12,209
125,623
6,020
36,185
49,750


1,581
627
1,325
648
15,358
8,162
409
883
5,578

868
2,234
2,065
4,164
1,218
1,656
252
9,131
3,967


60,733
16,684
9,708
47,531
85,234
175,115
8,338
30,932
230,097
1,358
3,985
57,476
131,680
86,749
16,225
131,014
8,103
59,293
76,283


18,195
53,479
80,419
128
6,102
69,000


33,733
8,545
25,836
119
32,071

18,370
429






Packing House or Shipper Address
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc. Leesburg
Lake Region Packing Ass'n. Tavares
Lake Region Packing Ass'n. Tavares
Leesburg Fruit Company Leesburg
Lent. A. V. & V. E. Sorrento
Milam Packing House Leesburg
Miller, H. R. P., & Son Eustis
Minneola Growers Packing Co. Minneola
Mount Dora Growers Cooperative Mount Dora
Peter. E. B. Leesburg
Ro-E-Gains Fruit Co.. Inc., Hs. No. 1 Clermont
Ro-E-Gains Fruit Co. Inc., Hs. No. 2 Clermont
Simpson Fruit Company Mount Dora
Umatilla C. G. A. Umatilla
Umatilla Fruit Company, The Umatilla
Vaughn-Griffin Packing Company Howey
Wayside Packing House Mount Dora
Williams, Parks, Fruit Company Leesburg


Manager
D. Carl Smith
J. B. Prevatt
J. B. Prevatt
A. L. Holloway
A. V. Lent
T. B. Milam
John G. Miller
C. W. Bennett
G. B. Hurlburt
E. B. Peter
A. M. Johnson
A. M. Johnson
Howard J. Simpson
F. E. Arnall
Chas. J. Turner
C. V. Griffin
Win C. Sleight
R. Parks Williams


Total Shipments for Lake County:


Packing House or Shipper
Alva Packing Company, Inc.
Furen Packing Company


Address
Alva
Fort Myers


LEE COUNTY
Manager
Harvard S. Parkinson
J. W. Furen


Gft.
3,937
1,351


Org.
10,716
361


Tang.
696
202


Total Col. Add.
15,349 2,215
1,914


Gft.
26,164
30,028
6
6,218
580
3,960

12,831
12,065
3,766
18,275
111,723
1,924
6,397
11,017
31,417
33
4,063

438,649


Org.
36,952
238,419
7
23,542
2,334
49,943
1,646
106,328
51,442
12,964
163,195
19,178
17,868
69,835
42,256
121,480
136
43,784

2,052,098


Tang.
20,305
21,008
1,833
306
544
1,368

3,521
1,809
1,036
42,055
863
4,248
4,425
19,369
2,210

414

185,896


Total
83,421
289,455
1,846
30,066
3,458
55,271
1,646
122,680
65,316
17,766
223,525
131,764
24,040
80,657
72,642
155,107
169
48,261

2,676,643


Col. Add.
7,235
121,809
7

84
18,271

44,751
13,512
10
57,169
14,431
3,637
21,752
23,267
63,736

8,062

765,246






Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Kingston, George
Lee County Packing Company
Mariana Grove Packers
Owanita C. G. A.


Address
Fort Myers
Fort Myers
Fort Myers
Alva


LEE COUNTY (Continued
Manager
Geo. Kingston
J. R. Bynum
John W. Gerald
H. L. Austin


Total Shipments for Lee County:
MANATEE COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper Address
Allied Growers Sarasota
Atwood Grapefruit Company, The Manavista
Courtney, D. M., Inc. Palmetto
Domino Citrus Ass'n. Bradenton
Goodwin Packing Company Palmetto
Manatee Fruit Company Palmetto
Manatee Hammock Fruit Company Manavista
Parrish, K. S. Bradenton
Peerless Fruit Company, Inc. Palmetto
Peerless Fruit Company, Inc. Palmetto
Terra Ceia C. G. A. Terra Ceia


Manager
Jack Taylor, Jr.
M. H. Ahrendt
Wm. Snyder
W. O. Kirkhuff
E. R. Goodwin
G. C. Valentine
M. H. Ahrendt
C. W. Parrish
A. C. Kugelman
A. C. Kugelman
J. E. Anderson


)
Gft.
14,616
71,197
317
4,600

96,018

Gft.

48,540
4,830
70,922
5,142
21,349

6,938
5,332
410
1,811


Org. Tang. Total
14,616
38,571 66 109,834
889 1,206
13,046 1,345 18,991

63,583 2,309 161,910


Org.
4,400


22,989
218
24,715
3,766
27,200

380


Col. Add.

3,409

4,800

10,424


Tang. Total Col. Add.
4,400
48,540
4,830
974 94,885 9,133
4 5,364
46,064 5,775
3,766
42 34,180
5,332
790
1,811






Packing House or Shipper
Wiggins Packing House


Address Manager
Manatee Milton C. Wiggins

Total Shipments for Manatee County:

MARION COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper Address
Abshier Packing Company Belleview
Belleview Growers Packing Co. Belleview
Boyer Packing Corporation Weirsdale
Buckeye Citrus Service Leesburg
Citra Packing Company, Inc. Citra
SCrosby-Wartmann Packing Co., Inc. Citra
Huff. O. D., Jr. McIntosh
M & M Fruit Company, Inc. Ocala
M & M Fruit Company, Inc. Ocala
Marion County Citrus Company Weirsdale
Purpura Brothers Citra
Shortridge, Thelma, Packing Co. Citra
Silver Springs Fruit Company, Inc. Ocala
Weirsdale Packing Company Weirsdale
Wetumpka Fruit Company Lowell
Wissihickon Grove, Inc. Citra


Manager
W. V. Abshier
K. R. Turner
W. A. Boyer
D. H. Shoffner
Talmage Du Pree
W. P. Crosby
Jack Hatchett
J. C. Merrill
J. C. Merrill
F. F. Ehlers
Frank Purpura
Thelma Shortridge
J. C. Merrill
Paul W. Rogers
H. G. Billings


Total Shipments for Marion County:


Gft.
1,814

167,088


Org.
3,646

87,314


Tang.
240

1,260


Total Col. Add.
5,700

255,662 14,908


Gft. Org. Tang. Total
3,670 57,947 1,030 62,647
2,904 19,079 1,051 23,034
916 35,842 240 36,998
45,109 75 45,184
3,231 57,640 52 60,923
828 74,422 561 75,811
303 7,519 34 7,856
202 19,103 202 19,507
105 1,539 1,644
4,078 30,141 3,717 37,936
7,720 111,457 1,493 120,670
133 1,751 1,884
5,749 139,576 10,278 155,603
4,041 179,066 2,653 185,760
34,120 34,120
28,142 28,142

33,880 842,453 21,386 897,719


Col. Add.
11,331

31,650
39,115
12,294
9,915

13,280
400
18,522
29,287

116,705
104,520
8,553


395,572






Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
ORANGE COUNTY


IF:.":n? House or Shipper Address
American Fruit Growers, Inc. Maitland
Apopka Citrus Company Apopka
Babijuice Corporation Orlando
Belitz, Nicholas Maitland
Britt, M. C., Produce Co. Winter Garden
Charnpion, W. C., Company Orlando
Chase & Company Sanford
" Citrus Fruit Products, Inc. Orlando
Citrus Fruit Products, Inc. Orlando
Crov.n Fruit Company, Inc. Orlando
Dominey, E. P.. Fruit Company Orlando
Fairview Groves Orlando
Fruit Basket, The Orlando
Gentile Brothers Company Winter Park
Gro.-.ers Fruit & Produce Co. Inc. Ocoee
.a]l Packing Company Winter Garden
Harris Fruit House Orlando
Horne, L. P. Orlando
Korvath Groves Packing House, The Maitland
International Fruit Corporation Ocoee


Manager
John Sorensen
Richard T. Voelkel
Charles E. Albertson
Nicholas Belitz
Claude Ford
W. C. Champion
F. W. Chase
Gaynor Wiggins
Gaynor Wliggins
Murray J. Heller
E. P. Dominey
Edward W. Durrenberger
E. W. Robinson
Lawrence Gentile, Jr.
W. D. Pease
James Hopson
Julian H. Harris
L. P. Horne
John F. Horvath
D. D. Fillingame


Gft.
5,958
1,576
40

4,460
5,904
5,419
2,135
16,036
13,432
10,543
3,257
1,541
137,277
229
5,997
1,698
139
3,440
17,339


Org.
130,937
7,144
222,726
1,601
218,445
74,689
106,438
39,942
152,391
158,199
95,736
6,519
6,831
726,484
16.456
64.379
14,906
3,478
13,650
129,925


Tang.
14,175
389
679
131
16,960
7,259
5,545
67.382
12,623
12,005
7.343
294
959
54,514
1,582
21.403
1,003
236
2,991
6,610


Total
151,070
9,109
223,445
1,732
239,865
87,852
117,402
109,459
181,050
183,636
113,622
10,070
9,331
918,275
1 .2 7

17,607
3,853
20,081
153,874


Col. Add.
37,957
1,535


99,950
12,919
22,708
39,942
151,921
24,814
94,493

1,026
225,719

48,389
97


93,202





Packing House or Shipper
Jacob, Louis L., Inc.
Johnson, Luther T., Company
Keene, R. D., Inc. W
Lake Katherine Groves
Lake Ola Fruit Company
Marsh, C. A., Inc.
McCall Fruit Company, Inc.
M 1h S Fruit Company
Mou-er, W. H., & Company W
National Growers Outlet
Norma Fruit Corporation
SOrange Blossom Fruit Company
C Orange State Groves
Orlando C. G. A.
Orlando Fruit Corporation
Parker, W. B.
Phillips, Dr. P., Company
Phillips, Dr. P., Company
Plymouth C. G. A.
Richardson, W. E., & Son, Inc.
Roper Brothers, Inc. W
Shriner, W. R.
Sims Groves
Sligh, S. J., & Company
Southern Fruit Distrib., Inc. W


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Address Manager
Orlando Louis L. Jacob
Zellwood Edward J. Robinson
r Garden C. C. Youngblood
Maitland K. N. McPherson
Tangerine John W. Jepson
Orlando B. L. Abberger
Orlando K. E. McCall
Zellwood Carl Henderson
ir Garden W. H. Mouser
Orlando Pat Broadaway
Ocoee C. N. Wiliams
Orlando L. L. Meadors
Zellwood S. M. Coen
Orlando V. H. Sley
Orlando Carl M. Johnson
Orlando W. B. Parker
Orlando Gaynor Wiggins
Orlando Gaynor Wiggins
Plymouth R. T. Carleton
Orlando W. O. Nelson
er Garden L. E. Johnston
Pinecastle W. R. Shriner
Orlando W. L. Sims II
Orlando Charles Grundler
er Garden S. C. Battaglia


Gft.
6,255
30,406
47,335
1,744
456
9,045
44,442
212
2,420
4,602
12,740
892
11,892
10,727
290

4,116
50,873
43,666
3,636
66,337
2,565
906
2,343
66,335


Org.
95,115
135,426
359,093
19.879
2,340
45,764
219,050
41,108
94,376
2,969
51,513
6,640
76,298
71,976
7,728
2.057
18,454
268,217
555,330
127,473
355,125
17,542
2,322
53,520
348,039


Tang.
6,831
12,291
22,738
99
92
23,927
9,861
3,747
23,083
446
1,307
245
2,959
11,425
615
25
49,651
10,216
18,419
8,612
30,344
3,759
370
24,394
17,837


Total
108,201
178,123
429,166
21,722
2,888
78,736
273,353
45,067
119,879
8.017
65,560
7,777
91,149
94,128
8,633
2,082
72,221
329,303
617,415
139,721
451,806
23,866
3,598
80,257
432,211


Col. Add.
22,949

138,583


16,454
203,812
10,877
70,009

21,785

37,771
47,302
5,957
1,108
16,272
245 901
379,291
124,667
95,437


19,327
83,620






Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
ORANGE COUNTY (Continued)


Packing House or Shipper Address
South Lake Apopka C. G. A. Oakland
Square Deal Fruit Co., Inc. Winter Park
Stone, Forrest B. Maitland
Symonds Fruit Company, Inc. Orlando
West Orange C. G. A. Winter Garden
West Robinson Fruit Company Orlando
Winter Garden C. G. A. Winter Garden


Packing House or Shipper
L & R Growers & Packers
Osceola Fruit Distributors



Packing House or Shipper
Auerbach, Lou
Hull Fruit Company


Address
West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach


Manager
H. C. Tilden
S. S. Morrison
F. B. Stone
Henry S. Symonds
Robert W. Tilden
L. W. Hardman
P. C. Peters


Total Shipments for Orange County:
OSCEOLA COUNTY


Address
Kissimmee
Kissimmee


Manager
D. F. Lawson
Mrs. G. L. Ivey


Total Shipments for Osceola County:


PALM BEACH COUNTY
Manager
Lou Auerbach
P. B. Hull


Gft.
3,127
7,149
182
826
374
16,749
717

689,779

Gft.
14,408
31,358

45,766

Gft.
1,311
1,323


Org.
183,158
37,828
3,113
30,825
94,966
118,399
308,544

5,945,063

Org.
57,416
143,848

201,264

Org.
2,436
1,997


Tang.
16,509
4,631
892
2,903
2,381
4,538
14,932

564,167

Tang.
3,811
7,557

11,368

Tang.
112
110


Total Col. Add.
202,794 79,967
49,608
4,187
34,554 23,695
97,721 11,575
139,686 35,985
324,193 239,525

7,199,009 2,786,541


Total
75,635
182,763

258,398


Col. Add.
35,187
139,997

175,184


Total Col. Add.
3,859
3,430






Packing House or Shipper Address
Loxahatchee River Groves West Palm Beach
Palm Bench-Loxahatchee Co. Loxahatchee
Sonny Boys' Fruit Company West Palm Beach
Tropical -Fruit Shop Palm Beach


fIanagc':"
Eugene Fullwood
T. L. Bensel
Sam Yelverton
Nat Cohen


15
49,252
2,070
898


Org.
35
39,909
3,494
1,442


Tang.
7
11,505
161
175


Total Col. Add.
57
100,666
5,725
2,515


Total Shipments for Palm Beach County:

PASCO COUNTY


54,869 49,313 12,070 116,252


Packing House or Shipper
Cummings Packing House
Elfers C. G. A.
r Goldsby, S. D.
0 Paeco Packing Ass'n.
Roper Brothers, Inc.


Address
Lutz
Elfers
Dade City
Dade City
Winter Garden


Manager
E. R. Cummings
A. H. Reppard, Jr.
S. D. Goldsby
H. S. Massey
L. E. Johnston


Total Shipments for Pasco County:

PINELLAS COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper Address
Belcher Fruit Co. Largo
Bilgore, David & Co., Inc., Hs.No.1 Clearwater
Bilgore, David & Co., Inc., Hs.No.2 Clearwater
Blair, W. G., & Co. Inc. Clearwater
Citrus City Growers Ass'n Largo
Clearwater Growers Ass'n Clearwater


Manager
Gordon F. Belcher
Jules W. Bragin
Jules W. Bragin
W. G. Blair
C. F. Fussell
E. S. Beeland


Gft.
355
48,282
9,022
194,324
689

252,672


Gft.
2,481
104,418
40,631
18,461
165,236
106,844


Org.
793
74,397
43,132
376,248
1,426

495,996


Org.
110
7,240
59,001
6,194
43,012
31,468


Tang.
532
5,296

19,117
215

25,160


Tang.
43
10,366
323
387
10,353
3,738


Total
1,680
127,975
52,154
589.689
2,330

773,828


Total
2,634
122,024
99,955
25,042
218,601
142,050


Col. Add.

20,609

28,932
1,176

50,717


Col. Add.

272
12,314
361
15,595
11,883





Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Thiough June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)

PINELLAS COUNTY (Continued)


Packing House or Shipper
Crown Fruit Company, Inc.
Fugazzi Pinellas Groves Co.
Gunn's
Hancock Fruit Company
Indian Rocks, Fruits, Inc.
Jackson Brothers Groves
K & C Produce Company
Manatee Fruit Company


Address
Orlando
Clearwater
Largo
Saint Petersburg
Largo
Palm Harbor
Saint Petersburg
Palmetto


Milne-O'Berry Pack. Co., Inc. St. Petersburg
Palm Harbor C. G. A. Palm Harbor
Pinellas Growers Packing Co., Inc.
Saint Petersburg
Pinellas Mutual Growers Ass'n. Clearwater
Robbins, J. Albert & Sons St. Petersburg
Skinner, F. L. Dunedin
West Coast Fruit Co. Clearwater
Wever, M. D., & Son Saint Petersburg


Manager
Murray J. Heller
M. J. Lumsden
Nancy & Bertha Gunn
A. M. Hancock
Harry D. Ulmer
C. E. Jackon, Jr.
T. G. Curtis & W. L. Kimsey
V. H. King
Warren H. O'Berry
F. W. Moody

A. N. Shulman
J. W. Coachman
J. Albert Robbins
F. L. Skinner
Barnard Kilgore
L. D. Koon


Gft.
8,171
22,434
3
1,432
6
1,918
40
3,886
15,509
71,796

1,434
37,466
594
32,246
38,550
137


Org.

18652
12
4,320
6
4,'08
330
26,686
16,467
51,579

2,783
32,438
2,784
41,894
8,545
323


Tang.

396

120

546
27
820
284
4,643

99
3,156
55
2,396
2,424


673,693 358,552 40,176


Total
8,171
41,482
15
5,872
12
7,172
397
31,392
32,260
128,018


Col. Add.

18,652

392

63

4,518

18,728


4,316
73,060 19,458
3,433 52
76,536 9,671
49,519 1,573
460

1,072,421 113,532


Total Shipments for Pinellas County:







Packing House or Shipper
Adams Packing Company
Alcoma Citrus Cooperative
Alturas Citrus Fruit Co., Inc.
Alturas-Garfield Citrus Coop.
Alturas Packing Co., Inc.
American Fruit Growers, Inc.
Babson Park C. G. A.
Barnes, John S., Inc.
Central Fruit Co., Inc.
SCody, W. J.
N Coward Fruit Co., Inc.
Crisp, Charles A.
Dixie Fruit Distributors, Inc.
Dundee C. G. A.
Eagle Lake Growers, Inc.
Edwards-Pritchett-Tillis, Inc.
Florence C. G. A.
Floridagold Citrus Corp.
Franzblau, Aaron, Company
Gateway Fruit Company
Gougler, G. D., Company
Haines City C. G. A.
Haven Fruit Company


Address
Auburndale
Lake Wales
Alturas
Bartow
Bartow
Haines City
Babson Park
Highland City
Alturas
Babson Park
Winter Haven
Davenport
Winter Haven
Dundee
Winter Haven
Lakeland
Florence Villa
Lake Alfred
Lakeland
Haines City
Lakeland
Haines City
Winter Haven


POLK COUNTY
Manager
J. M. Morrow
Robert Moore, Jr.
M. Allen Hain
J. P. Ellis
K. E. Ewing


W. J. Cody
Ralph Crum
I. J. Godwin
W. J. Cody
G. O. Coward
Charles A. Crisp
Albert S. Bass
John A. Lang
J. Hunter Hyer
W. H. Pritchett
Frank J. Poitras
John H. Evans
Aaron Franzblau
Clay Binion
G. D. Gougler
L. T. Bice
E. R. Trueman


Gft.
152,778
34,550
21,517
12,046
58,219
1,054
52,699
55,405
11,884

55,463
383
13,179
64,884
18,747
2,519
86,378
5,749
16,469
12,049
2,452
233,686
42,002


Org.
569,120
101,168
9,101
57,370
195,978
7.012
45,758
218,604
54,559
39
143,038
2,563
94,463
80,536
54,598
78,277
257,746
420
84,962
51,461
3,051
232,989
102,599


Tang.
14,999
4,623
11,592
7,330
10,019
8.721
9,025
4,786
4,450

14,172
105
15,331
33,321
22,184
7,446
41,861

4,502
13,811
2,346
71,049
417


Total
736,897
140,341
42,210
76,746
264,216
16.787
,07,482
278,795
70,893
39
212,673
3,051
122,973
178,741
95,529
88,242
385,985
6,169
105,933
77,321
7,849
537,724
145,018


Col. Add.
121,914
20,651
89
37,300
65,171
1.514
12,715
83.745
23,353

103,285

38,452
36,274
36,939
33,645
101,642
420
27,657
30,287

80,564
40,650






Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper Address
Holly Hill Coop. Citrus Ass'n Davenport
Holly Hill Fruit Products, Inc. Davenport
Hunt Brothers Packing House, Inc. Lake Wales
International Fruit Corp. Lucerne Park
Keen Fruit Corporation Frostproof
Lake Alfred Packing Company Lake Alfred
Lake Garfield Nurseries Company Bartow
Lakeland Highlands Coop. Ass'n.
Highland City
Lake Wales C. G. A. Lake Wales
Maxcy, L., Inc. Frostproof
McCall Fruit Company, Inc. Orlando
McCutcheon Fruit Company Winter Haven
McDonald Corporation, The Auburndale
Mixon, N. A. Lake Hamilton
Pa!ca Fruit Growers, Inc. Lakeland
PBtterson Packing Company Lakeland
Peace River Fruit Company Fort Meade
Peace River Growers, Inc. Fort Meade


POLK COUNTY (Continued)
Manager Gft.
H. O. Estes 5,424
Harry E. DiCristina 2,601
D. A. Hunt 41,350
E. H. Moore 145,915
W. E. Saunders 92,816
O. W. Thomas 261,348
J. P. Ellis 104

Robert Rogers 127,921
W. B. Gum 149,986
T. A. Denton 38,877
(See Orange County) 3,061
John Hardin 16,405
Paul J. Sammon 189,469
J. P. Stubbs 3,045
R. S. Caudle 24,072
E. M. Patterson 800
C. C. Flood
Earl L. Haskin 6,482


Org.
56,809
197,294
90,557
200,630
128,671
61,766
14,779

57,413
303,332
304,142
41
95,134
270,042
4,371
128,963
1,017
240
9,583


Tang.
8,152
3,511
1,239
5,296
15,209
17,277
773


Total
70,385
203,406
133,146
351,841
236,696
340,391
15,656


5,559 190,893
20,679 473,997
20,979 363,998
371 3,473
6,593 118,132
15,749 475,260
2,214 9,630
8,501 161,536
1.817
240
1,491 17,553


Col. Add.
20,869
63,691
43,607
57,454
56,216
36,465
3,496

13,167
199,733
116,435
41
67,157
128,231

70,210

240
2,202






Packing House or Shipper Address Manager
Peace River Packing Co., Inc. Fort Meade C. C. Flood
Peoples Packing Co., Inc. Lakeland C. W. Palmore
Polk Packing Association Winter Haven W. W. Giddings
Pollard. H. A., Inc. Winter Haven H. A. Pollard
Ridge Growers Cooperative, Inc. Frostproof H. C. Sullivan
Roper Brothers. Inc. Winter Garden (See Orange County)
Ross. T. H. Haines City T. H. Ross
Snively Groves, Inc. Winter Haven W. W. Giddings
Stanford Fruit Growers, Inc. Lake Alfred W. A. Stanford
Star Fruit Company Winter Haven Tom Turnbull
- Stewart, Charles A., Company Auburndale C. A. Stewart
Sunny Mead Gardens Auburndale Clyde Keene
T & G Fruit Company Winter Haven C. C. Gossens
Tre-O-Ripe Groves, Inc. Bartow Victor E. Perley
Trueman Packing Company Auburndale Ernest Trueman
Waverly Growers Cooperative Waverly W. C. Pedersen
Wilson. W. C. Winter Haven Joe Wilson
Winter Haven C. G. A. Winter Haven E. S. Horton
Winter Haven Fruit Sales Corp. Winter Haven Wm. G. Roe
Winter Haven Packing Co. Winter Haven G. W. Bailey
Wiygul, Roland, Co., Inc. Highland City Roland Wiygul

Total Shipments for Polk County:


Gft.
1,664
60,600
63,040
57,273
13,927

415


Org.
2,640
117,257
63,632
174,644
36,480
2,866
799


Tang.
35
6,025
27,963
14,243
5,081


142,587 367,842 21,741
491,893 113,437 34,922
27,120 149,147 17,310
88,088 155,974 32,619
810 12,752 8
125
30,144 31,305 6,502
62 1,397
199,562 354,726 70,356
123 380 50
101,762 156,636 29,745
99,219 224,258 78,323
58,897 74,209 28,547
29,033 55,261 1,931

3,530,007 6,465,838 811,209


Total Col. Add.
4,339 2,640
183,882
154,635 30,934
246,160 77,032
55,488 12,236
2,866
1,214
532,170 77,969
640,252 41,090
193,577 27,002
276,681 69,611
13,570
125
67,951 1,302
1,459 1,326
624,644 78,610
553
288,143 91,973
401,800 62,608
161,653 54,522
86,225 28,802

10,807,054 2,433,138





Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)

PUTNAM COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper
Barden, John E.
Chase & Company
Crescent City C. G. A.
Crescent City Fruit Company
Crosby, Ralph
Farmers Citrus Market, Inc.
SKirkland, R. M.
Ladd Packing Company
Lyle Farm
Middleton, Clyde D.
Pearce Packing Corporation


Address
East Palatka
Lake Como
Crescent City
Crescent City
San Mateo
Palatka
Crescent City
San Mateo
San Mateo
Pomono
East Palatka


Manager
John E. Barden
A. J. Rinck

J. B. Shiver
S. W. Roley
C. E. Currie
R. M. Kirkland
Thos. E. Ladd
J. P. Lyle
Clyde D. Middleton
B. C. Pearce


Gft.
1,258
3,703
326
2,173
586
852
1,149
2,336
2
16
342


Org.
14,013
48,076
7,429
23,070
8,398
15,048
12,943
10,439
8,728
980
6,275


Tang. Total
447 15,718
6,477 58,256
655 8,410
8,371 33,614
882 9,866
1,547 17,447
2,286 16,378
645 13,420
226 8,956
24 1,020
343 6,960


Total Shipments for Putnam County:


12,743 155,399 21,903


190,045 5,104


Packing House or Shipper
Wetumpka Fruit Company


SAINT JOHNS COUNTY


Address Manager
Hastings Geo. V. Leonard

Total Shipments for Saint Johns County:


Gft. Org. Tang.
2,677 36,962 816

2,677 36,962 816


Col. Add.

2,963
2,121
20


Total
40,455

40,455


Col. Add.
3,024

3,024






SAINT LUCIE COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper Address
Fort Pierce Cooperative Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce Growers Ass'n. Fort Pierce
Goldsmith Fruit Company Fort Pierce
Grace Fruit Company Fort Pierce
Hansen, Nels D., Fruit Company Fort Pierce
Indian River Citrus Associates Fort Pierce
International Fruit Corp. Fort Pierce
Keene, R. D., Inc. Winter Garden
Kerr Fruit Company Fort Pierce
r Scott Fruit Company Fort Pierce
o Sunsweet Fruit Company Fort Pierce
Ulrich, E. F. Fort Pierce
White City Fruit Company Fort Pierce


Packing House or Shipper
Allied Growers
Palmer Corporation, The


Manager
T. S. Kirby
W. M. Mosely
M. B. Goldsmith
W. E. & Maude E. Grace
Nels D. Hansen
Dan McCarty
M. A. Patrick
(See Orange County)
A. R. Kerr
T. A. Scott
Ruhl W. Koblegard
E. F. Ulrich
Nels D. Hansen


Total Shipments for Saint Lucie County:

SARASOTA COUNTY
Address Manager
Sarasota Jack Taylor, Jr.
Sarasota M. Cantacuzene Speransky

Total Shipments for Sarasota County:


Gft.
78,599
357,687
69,030
349
5
192,641

3,649
930
2,233
7
927
22,095

728,152


Gft.
1,693
22,054

23,747


Org.
63,431
242,100
25,575
136
41
99,857
9,078
1,608
489
4,297
379
49
5,715

452,755


Org.
15,088
73,201

88,289


Tang.
12,706
39,632
5,783
92

16,480
1,498
4,212
67
1,547
1
419
2,327

84,764


Total Col. Add.
154,736
639,419
100,388
577
46
308,978 4,043
10,576
9,469
1,486
8,077
387
1,395
30,137

1,265,671 4,043


Tang. Total
16,781
95,255

112,036


Col. Add.
14,652
72,912

87,564






Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)

SEMINOLE COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper
Chase & Company
Cross Road Packing Company
DeForest, Norman S.
Fosgate, Chester C., Co., Inc.
Geneva Fruit Company
r H & H Fruit
1 Lake Charm Fruit Company
Nelson & Company, Inc.
Parker, W. B.
Sanford Fruit Company


Packing House or Shipper
Monarch Orange Company


Address
Sanford
Sanford
Maitland
Orlando
Geneva
Longwood
Oviedo
Oviedo
Orlando
Sanford


Manager
Randall Chase
W. R. Williams
Norman S. DeForest
Robert S. Bradford
H. B. Levy

H. A. Ward
R. L. Wheeler
W. B. Parker
H. E. Tooke, Jr.


Total Shipments for Seminole County:

SUMTER COUNTY
Address Manager
Wildwood W. J. Albritton

Total Shipments for Sumter County:


Gft. Org.
7,273 108,207
1,286 15,164
5,207 24,770
121,547 613,677
155 686
1,223 7,688
2,021 88,827
12,774 60,849
400
29,772 58,338

181,258 978,606


Gft.
582

582


Org.
18,282

18,282


Total
122,884
17,667
33,057
756,218
1,382
9,322
107,123
77,650
400
93,084

1,218,787


Col. Add.
18,586
264
232
236,892


14,685
6.753

114

277,526


Tang.
7,404
1,217
3,080
20,994
541
411
16,275
4,027

4,974

58,923


Tang.
251

251


Total Col. Add.
19,115

19,115








Packing House or Shipper
Alexander & Baird Company
Alexander & Baird Company
Byrd Packing House
Calhoun Fruit Company, Inc.
Comer, G. L.
Day, The E., Company
Dentler Brothers
Florida Favorite Fruit House
Kays, Roy, Citrus House
Knowles, O. G., Company
0 McBride Packing Company
Moundgrove Fruit Company
New Smyrna Packing Company
Oak Hill C. G. A.
Parrish Fruit Company
Pierson C. G. A.
Pierson Fruit Company
Prevatt, A. M.
Prevatt, F. F.
St. Johns River Growers, Inc.
Shiloh Fruit Packing Company
Snyder Citrus House
Spell's Citrus House


Address
Beresford
Beresford
DeLand
Barberville
Oak Hill
Oak Hill
DeLand
DeLand
DeLand
DeLand
Seville
Bunnell
New Smyrna
Oak Hill
DeLand
Pierson
Pierson
Seville
Seville
DeLand
Shiloh
DeLand
DeLand


VOLUSIA COUNTY
Manager
J. W. McBride
J. B. Bradshaw
Horace Byrd
Chas. Z. Osborne
G. L. Comer
Victor E. Perley
C. H. Dentler
J. S. Norman
J. A. Dreggors
O. G. Knowles
W. H. McBride
Ray Coe
B. E. Bennett
H. C. Allan
John F. Nelson
O. F. Greenlund
A. E. Engstrom
W. E. Bolin
F. F. Prevatt
S. W. Hall
A. A. Taylor
S. M. Snyder
J. I. Spell


Gft.
244
84
946
1,135
1,278
7,279
6,097
449

41
3,926
1,307
20,705
10,712
3,914
294
153
587
298
184
11,516
875
145


Org.
20,449
17,140
13,532
49,474
1,764
44,335
49,063
9,366
1,612
17,346
68,180
12,096
32,541
56,411
44,392
6,568
4,384
10,676
1,393
3,062
47,803
13,205
4,641


Tang.
802
14,140
1,682
9,154


5,622
901
116
6,750
22,929
1,393
508
440
2,146
1,847
1,563
13,388
462
800
978
872
331


Total Col. Add.
21,495
31,364 5,198
16,160
59,763 5,190
3,042
51.614 1,307
60,782
10,716
1,728
24,137 4,570
95,035 2,788
14,796
53,754
67,563
50,452 3,867
8,709
6,100
24,651
2,153
4,046 451
60,297 760
14,952
5,117





Certified Citrus Shipments From September 24, 1940, Through June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Stetson, John B., Estate of
Strawn, Theodore, Inc.


Address Manager
DeLand E. H. Talton
DeLeon Springs Robert R. Strawn

Total Shipments for Volusia County:

Season Statewide Totals:


Gft.

2,747

74,916

8,725,162


Org.
11,177
57,033

597,643

22,597,242


Tang. Total Col. Add.
11,177
1,215 60,995 14,603

88,039 760,598 38,734

2,283,495 33,605,899 7,755,035


Citrus fruit transported by express or parcel post, or used for charity relief purposes, is exempt from certification and is,
Therefore, not shown in the above shipping report.


Total amount of citrus destroyed because
Grapefruit
27,186


of immaturity from September 1, 1940, through June 30, 1941:
Oranges Tangerines Total
13,767 1,536 42,489


Total amount of citrus fruit destroyed as unwholesome under the canners unwholesome fruit law-September 1, 1940,
through June 30, 1941:


Grapefruit
7,763


Oranges
5,837


Total
13,600


The above destruction do not include the enormous volume of citrus fruit voluntarily destroyed by packing houses and
canning plants as Cull Fruit.










County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
SEPTEMBER 1940
S I I Col.
County Gft. Org. I Tang. Total I Add.
lDade 174 I 1741
Statewide
'iotas .... 174 I I 1741

OCTOBER 1940
I I |Col.
County Gft. Org. | Tang. Total I Add.
Brevard 2,2671 1,810 4,0771 1,810
Hrloward | 61 131 137
Dade 12,490 2,895 15,385 459
Desoto 4,455 17,482 21,937 14,461
Duval 5,9051 3,973 9,878 3,955
Hardee 2461 246
Highlands 13,868 5,242 20 19,130 5,074
Hillsborough 12,519 23,620 36,139 21,248
Indian Rivr 15,588 1,536 17,124
Lake 10,171 26,92 18 37,141 25,222
Lee 36,478 4,857 41,335 4,657
Manatee 10,374 128 10.502 95
.Marion 11,680 11,680 11,654
Orange 30,550 115,086 145,636 114,606
Osceola 5,093 10,441 15,534 10,240
Palm Beach 128 255 383
'asco 8,666 935 9,601 935
Pinellas 15,735 525 16,260 504
Polk 463,996 183,537 647,533 180,741
Saint Lucie 9,336 1,718 11,054 1,170
Seminole 8,582 13,977 22,559 13,366
Volusia 60 60L
Statewide I I 1
Totals ... 666,2071 427,086 381 1,093,331 410,197


NOVEMBER 1940
I I Col.
County Gft. | Org. i Tang. I Total I Add.
Alachua i 4,997 4,997 2,459
IreIvard 30,921 40,406 1,934 73,261 16,378
Ilroward 726 1,416 62 2,204
Citrus 48 292 340
Dade 6,398 4,850 165 11,413 2,990
Iesoto 2,225 49,446 5,759 57,430 48,964
Duval 11,616 49,8191 8,237 69,672 49,444
Hardee 111 7,644 1,544 9,299 7,626
Hernando 12,9141 1,043 13,957 3,209
Highlands 30,661 62,926[ 15,449 109,036 61,537
I illsborough 21,2211 102,4471 5,2871 128,955 88,206
Indian River 43,0091 12,362! 4,4921 59,863 144
Lake 24,306 258,9981 16,2501 299,554 231,353
Lee 5,031 3,6951 73 8,799 3,234
Manatee 8,167 11,222 366 19,755 9,819
Marion I 183,662 786 184,448 177,833
range 47,4371 736,1921 89,261 872,890 686,438
Osceola 6,273! 23,637 3,446 33,356 23,622
Palm Beach 11| 3,540! 1,606 5,157
Pasco 30,1281 40,9901 2,328 73,446 34,007
Pinellas 53,5911 33.249! 1,9021 88,742 31,986
I'olk 386,9131 804,0261 137,2621 1,328.201 785,070
Putnam 146[ 6,3001 1,8631 8,309 1,643
Saint Johns 2,1591 2,159 2,159
Saint Lucie 28,532 23,899 6,784 59,215 2,873
Sarasota 13,098 13,098 13,098
Seminole 5,540 124,3341 8,442 138,316 111,939
Sumiter 401 406
Vnlusia 1 2.967( :!),3351 9,230! 51,532 16,996
Statewide I I I
Totals ... 745,978! 2.658,261( 323.5711 3,727,81012,413,027











County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
DECEMBER 1940
1 I I I I Col.
County Gft. Org. I Tang. I Total Add.
Alachua 8,391 168 8,559
Brevard 36,911 114,390 11,124 162.425 29
Broward 2,2441 5.5071 3261 8,0771
Citrus 42 3,2961 78 3,416
Dade 9,892 14,042| 1,067 25,001 1,976
Desoto 2,244 66,8111 14,434 83,4891 32,113
Duval 10,339 56,9911 32,732. 100,082! 10,076
Hardee 751 27,5741 2,8771 30,5261 4,085
Hernando 345 7,827[ 8,3121 16,4841
Highlands 13,778 54,352| 24,6714| 92,8041 48,599
Hillsborough 13,3531 132,363 16,4231 162,13!9 48,382
Indian River 77,9781 32,268 11,481 121,7271 37
Lake I 37,9011 368,269] 61.844 468,0141 232,124
Lee 2,432 3 939 221 6.592, 1,049
Manatee 9,316 8,039 540 17,895! 3,161
\Marion 3.594 203,8871 4,6961 212,1771 121,561
Orange 62,005 906.935 243,0141 1,211,9541 687,811
Osceola 4,944 33,224 4,875 43,0431 33,111
Palm Beach 3,442 5,630 3,161| 12,233
Pasco 35,932 34,115 8,319] 78,366! 11,579
Pinellas 1 60,347| 48,932! 15,054! 124,3331 29,289
Polk I 303,204 841,369| 289,9761 1,434,549 741,841
Putnam 698 32,649[ 8,524 41,871 3,461
Saint Johns 9,073 i 9.0731 865
Saint Lucie 84,021 57,815| 28,270] 170,106!
Sarasota 1,192 16,0871 I 17,279! 16,018
Seminole 8,530 122,456! 25,5191 156,5051 76,042
Sumter 1,714 1,714
Volusia 8,308 106,727 32.779. 147.814 13,593
Statewide I I I I
Totals .... 793,0671 3.324,6721 S50,508 4.968.247|2,116,832

JANUARY 1941
1 T t Col.
County I Gft. Org. | Tang. I Total ] Add.
Alachua 14,0961 9101 15.0061
Brevard 74,31 153,057[ 9,1931 236,5681
Broward 2,115 5,3601 219 7,724[
Citrus 321 2,111 71 2,5061
Dade 11,165 15,894 1,487 28,5461
I'esoto 3,273 76,5171 11.016 100.8361 1,262
Duval 12,250 102.5371 15,5541 1:0,3411 5,828
Hardee 21 22,833! 2,0491 24.90:3!
Hernando 462 8,753 12,5871 21,8021 3,164
Highlands 26,9211 29,1791 20,2111 76,3111 5,048
Hillsborough 23,7051 141,9741 10,8491 176,5281 40,611
Indian River 115,6401 38,4421 15,0521 169,1341
Lake 72,5141 391,479j 58,2571 522,2501 156,5)9
1 ee 1,935! 17,0091 7911 19,7351
5!anateo 30,S1 15,5051 971 4(i,407 1,:94
Marion 12.0821 194.135 8 119! 214.:1'3 45.4;2
Orange 1 106.642 905,74( 14iS.(001 1,1l0,9881 400,5"0
Osceola 6,720 23.682 1,7361 :2,1381 23,117
I'alm Boach 8.,467 7,961! 4,3221 20,7501
Pasco 19,8501 36,3851 11.4371 67.6721 36,;:;
Pinellas 84,4031 59,3601 11,7421 155,3051 15,918
Polk 444,062( 870,763. 207,030[ 1,521,8551 332,021
Putnam 2,771 29,1921 5,6421 37,6051
Saint Johns 1I 8,3391 2701 8,6091
Saint Lncie 109,6291 66,7011 35,5701 211,9001
Sarasota 5011 17,762! 18,2631 17,395
Seminole 21,0841 169.2871 17,007! 207,3781 31,853
Sumter 525 3,120 1631 3,808!
Volusia 13.911 135,072 20,2241 169,2071 8,145
Statewide I I
Totals .... 1,206.1251 3,562.2811 630,205] 5.,98.61111,092,083












County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
FEBRUARY 1941
I I I o l.
County Gft._ Org. Tang. I Total Add.
Alachuai 271 12,162 I 12,1891
Bre vard 67.774 112,587 1,615 181,9761
U1roward 2,724 8.320i 356 11,6001
Citrus 267 1,530 19 1,816
Dade 13,150 20,861 1,946 35,957
IDesoto 2,703 69,8421 6,564 79,109[
Dural 5.478 100,4851 6,9251 112,888 60
Hardee 1 5,564 15,5641
Hernando 511 10,547 17,5911 28,6391
Highlands 24,146, 3,6311 6,928 34,7051
Hillsborough j 20,591 108,0037 7,254| 135,848! 12,570
Indian River 89,9231 28,220 9,4201 127,563
Lake 65,8271 284,0731 37,7581 387,6581 29,685
Lee 2,5661 8,610| 695 11,871
MIanatee 24,2541 13,8211 2481 38,323! 327
Marion 7,9151 1201371 4813[ 132,8651 16,685
Orange 96,001| 822,966 69,3661 988,333[ 222,247
Osceola 4,100| 18,621 1,1881 23,9091 15,393
l'alm Ueach 12,0501 7,8001 2,9081 22,7581
I'asco 22,6691 54,391| 2,480| 79,540 533
I'inellas 85,3200 36,0271 10,3091 131,6561 5,518
Polk 346,591 440,0211 142,1621 928,774 46,477
Putnamn 3,161 40,710| 4,672| 48,543
Saint Johns 1,067 7,1171 546| 8,7301
Saint Lucie 126,006 59,484 13,538| 199,0281
Sarasota 3,109| I 3,109| 3,109
Seminole 14,4341 171.684| 5.208| 191,3261 15,159
Sumter 5.1571 I 5,157
Volusia 1 16,1821 103,4641 17,743 137,389
Statewide I I I
Totals ... .1,055,4271 2.689,1441 372,2521 4,116,823 367,763

MARCH 1941
I Col.
County Gft. IOrg. Tang. Total I Add.
Alachua 2601 13,3671 95! 13.7221
Proward 2,519 8.242 219 10,980
Citrus 64 987 17 1,068
D)ade 11,98!' 22,302 1,033 35,324
DIesoto 2,858i 67,025 405 70,288
1Duval 8,8561 86.4:35 1,539 96.8301
Hardee 1 16,745 155 16,9001
Hlernando 14,9751 16,672 31,647
Highlands 52.406 56,4321 1,2771 110,115!
Hillsloron ugh 49,916; 91,689[ 1,539[ 145,144[ 1,211
Indian River 113,8161 40.613| 1,0061 155.435[
Lake So5.2861 313,248| 10.4491 408.9831 13,508
Lee 8,430| 6,086 529 15,045[
Manatee 21,8491 15,129 9 36,987
Marion 6,0141 78,0571 2,803! 86,874 19,685
Orange 115,981 867,366[ 12,846! 996.1931 227,568
Osceola 4,903, 26,7611 1231 31,787) 20,485
I'alm Beach 15,0381 9,4741 681 24,580
Fiasco 29,020 73,7131 551[ 103,284!
Pinellas 128,490[ 54,980 1.169[ 184.6391 14,555
Polk 421,1231 836,1791 32,910 1,290,2121 46,410
'utnain 2,144[ 24,1131 1,1791 27.436
Saint Johns 1,6101 2.580 5,190
Saint Lucie 153,247 78,2461 595 232,088
Sarasota 6.661' 15.490' I 22,151! 15,201
Seminole 50,6961 161,5421 2,7201 214,9581 15,249
Sumter 57 4.041 4,098
Volusia 17,05:: 80.720( 7.758! 105,5311
Statewidet 1 1
Totals .... .1,:371.723[ 3,1,0.5391 97 909: 4.620.1711 373.90)2













County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
APRIL 1941
| Col.
County Gft. Org. I Tang. Total Add.
Alachua 112 112
1Brevard 25,971 64,144 8 90,123
Broward 5,292 3,121 48 8,461
Citrus 223 223
Dade 9,013 14,992 199 24,204
Disoto 3,852 28,8731 149 32,874
I)uval 25,661 75,639 101,300
Hardee 8,662 8,662
Ilernando 382 9,3951 3,371 13,148 175
Highlands 32,410 35,895| 68,305 13,115
Hillsborough 55,579 137,8471 30 193,456 3,091
Indian River 124,765 46,463 153 171,381
Lake 72,190 204,243 1,307 277,740 37,258
Lee 21,922 4,455 26,377 765
Manatee 22,392 14,299 36,691 112
Marion 4,164 30,847 169 35,180 2,692
(range 110,484 689,624 1,080 801,1881 216,826
Osceola 5,788 20,876 26,6641 14,505
Palm Beach 12,969 8,303 5 21,277
1asco 24,157 83,653 45 107,855
Pinellas 132,441 50,391 182,835 10,396
Polk 478,740 747,796 1,514 1,228,050 83,508
Putnam 1,291 10,771 23 12,085
Saint Johns 4,758 4,758
Saint Lucie 122,581 78,830 7 201,418
Sarasota 6,330 8,327 14.657 8,327
Seminole 48,883 113,097 27 162,007 9,184
Sumter 715 88 803
Volusia 9,375 53,420 305 63,100
Statewide
Totals .... 1,356,635( 2,549,6591 8,6401 3,914,9341 399,954

MAY 1941
I I Col.
County Gft. Org. I Tang. Total I Add.
Alachua 1,767 3,812 5,579
Brevard 15,263 59,001 74,264
Broward 925 13,987 14,912
Dade 4,517 9,990 14,507
Desoto 1,793 37,507 39,300 2,512
Duval 18,897 79,864 98,761 2,553
Hernando 180 8,143 8,323
Highlands 34,851 79,091 113,942 14,590
Hillsborough 27,548 150,122 41 177,674 1,985
Indian River 111,779 24.571 j 136,350
Lake 53,111 170,201 13 223.325 29,329
Lee 17,224 12,802 30,026 719
Manatee 26,402 5,713 33.115
Marion 1111 20,0481 20,159
Orange 81,383 654,489 I 735,872 175,049
Osceola 7,181 25,620 32,801 16,877
Palm Beach 2,525 5,957 8,482
Pasco 44,483 90,183 134,666
Pinellas 100,462 47,839 148,301 4,660
Polk 589,777 1,041,134 355 1,631,266 119,157
Putnam 1,612 9,122 10,734
Saint Johns 1,365 1,365
Saint Lucie 75,650 65,130 140,780
Sarasota 9,1163 14,416 23,479 14,416
Seminole 21,519 79,103 100,622 4,734
Sumter [ 3,129 3,129
Volusia 6.702 57,282 63,984
Statewide I I 72
Totals .. 11,254,7251 2,769,6211 372 4,024,718 386,581












County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)

JUNE 1941


County
.\a liahua
Bwevard
Droward
I Edot
l)u\al|
Hirnando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Indian River
Lake
Lee
Manatee
Orange
Osccola
Palm I Ilacll
Pasco
Pilnellas
Pollk
Plutnamn
Saint Johns
Saint Lucie
Seminole
Volusia


Gft.


304 I
2,840
3,301
4,087
337
8,175
1,779
14,306
17,343

13,529,
39,296G
764
239
:17,767
12,901
95,601
920
19,150
1,990
418


Org.
1,01
8,5:t
36.66
5,10'
23,60:
71,571
3,55l
55,537
63,411
12,66'
34,631
2,13(
3,458
246,65!
18,402
393
S1,631
27,2491
701,013
2,542
571
20,932
23,126
21.563


Statewide I
Totals .... 275,101[ 1,465,971


I I Col.
STang. Total I Add.
3 1 1,0131
71 8.5)11
51 316,969
1 7,944
2 26,903 1,743
61 75,663 3,651
3,896
7 63,712 7,265
3 65,197

S 51,978 10,168
0 2,130
16,987
9r 285,9551 55,446
19,166 17,804
632
I 119,398
S 40,150 706
796,614 97,913
3,462
571
40,082
25,116
1 21,981

i __ 1,741,0801 194,696


County Shipments

Season-September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941

(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
SCol.
County Gft. Org. Tang. Total I Add.
Alachua 2,0543 57,838S 1,2853 61,3771 2,459
Brevard 314,91(1 634,934| 24,1171 973,9671 18,217
Broward 16,8851 82,9491 1,2301 101,0641
Citrus 74| S,439 185 9,369
Dade 81,628[ 110,930 5,897 198,455 5,425
Desolo | 26,704 1 437,135 38.327 502,166 101,055
Duval 103,089 627,319 65,007 795,415 75,567
Hardee | 207 99,268! 6,6251 106,100 11,711
Hernando 2,2071 76,113| 59,576 137,896] 6,548
Highlands 237,21(6 382,2851 68,559| 688,0601 155,278
Hillshorough 226,211| 953,4831 41.3861 1.221,080| 217,337
Indian River 706,804 237,139 41.6041 985,5471 181
Lake 43 s.6491 2,02,098s 185,8!11; 2,676.;64:1 765,246
Lee 96.0181 63.5831 2,3091 161,9101 10,424
Manatee I 167,088 87.314 1,260| 255,662| 14,908
Marion I 33,8801 842,4531 21,3861 897,7191 395,572
Orange 689,7791 5,945,0631 564.167 7,1!9.100912,786 541
Osceola | 45,766[ 201,264 11,368 258,3981 175,184
Palm Beach 54,8691 49.313 12.070 116,252
Plaso 252,672[ 495,9961 25,1601 773,8281 50,717
Pinellas 673,693[ 358.5521 40,1761 1,072,4211 113,532
I'olk 3,530.007 6,465,'>838 811,209|110.807.05412,433,138
I'utnam I 12,7431 155,3991 21,9031 190.0451 5,104
Saint Johns 2.677| 36.9621 8161 40.455 3,024
Saint Lucie 728,152| 452.755 84,764| 1.265.,671 4,043
Sarasota 23,747' 88,29 112.0361 87,564
Seminole 181,258| 978,606| 58,923| 1,218,787 277,526
Sunltir 5821 18,2821 251' 19.115
Volnsia 74.916[ 597,6431 88,(19 760,.981 38,734
Statewide I I I
Totals ... 8,725,162122.597.212 2.283.495133.605.89917,755,035





Comparison of Interstate, Intrastate & Export Shipments by Counties

Season-September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Interstate


County
A lach u a ............................
B rev ard ............ ... .....
Brow ard ......... ... ..........
S Citrus .......... ....
SD a d e ..... ............. .. .. ...
D esoto .................. ......
D uval ................ ..
H ard ee ................. ............
H ernando ......... ..............
H ighlands ............ .. ....
Hillsborough .... ........
Indian River .... ...............
L ake ..............................
Lee ................ ..........
M anatee ............ ..........
M arion ............................
O range ...............................


Gft. Org.
2,044 57,395
304,464 609,377
3,749 38,531
372 6,876
11,446 242
24,762 418,548
96,063 605,632
90 98,652
2,204 76,011
233,621 365,239
224,744 944,571
671,118 204,240
431,926 2,008,174
94,084 58,022
167,088 87,314
32,418 816,636
687,367 5,924,068


Intrastate
j. _ __


Tang.
1,285
23,602

141
240
37,004
61,833
6,417
59,568
65,648
40,208
35,308
180,048
1,706
1,260
20,890
562,932


Total
60,724
937,443
42,280
7,389
11,928
480,314
763,528
105,159
137,783
664,508
1,209,523
910,666
2,620,148
153,812
255,662
869,944
7,174,367


Gft.
10
10,452
13,136
373
70,182
1,942
7,026
117
3
3,595
1,467
35,686
6,723
1,934


Org.
443
25,557
44,418
1,563
110,688
18,587
21,687
616
102
17,046
8,912
32,899
43,924
5,561


Tang.

515
1,230
44
5.657
1.323
3,174
208
8
2,911
1,178
6,296
5,848
603


Total
453
36,524
58,784
1,980
186,527
21,852
31,887
941
113
23,552
11,557
74,881
56,495
8,098


1,462 25,817 496 27,775
2,412 20,995 1,235 24,642


Export

Gft.






Comparison of Interstate, Intrastate & Export Shipments by Counties

Season-September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Intrastate


Interstate
A


County
Osceola
Palm Bea
Pasco
w Pinellas
" Polk
Putnam
Saint Johl
Saint Luc
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Volusia


Gft.
.. ............. ........ 4 5,62 5
ch .................. 22,234
. .... ............. 252,546
......... ........ 659,15 1
.................. 3,514,566
....... ....... 12,230
ns ........... ........ 2,107
ie ..................... 695,054
.. .. ............. 2 3,74 7
...................... 18 0 ,7 19
.. .. .. ..... .. .... .. 5 8 2
.. ............. .......... 7 0 ,2 3 5


Org.
200,186
20,775
495,506
330,812
6,417,121
151,981
34,822
392,940
88,289
975,569
18,217
575,223


Tang.
11,363
4,482
25,062
39,131
806,219
21,730
816
76,855

58,908
251
84,532


Total
257,174
47,491
773,114
1,029,094
10,737,906
185,941
37,745
1,164,849
112,036
1,215,196
19,050
729,990


Gft.
141
32,635
126
14,542
14,601
513
570
33,098

539

4,681


Org. Tang. Total
1,078 5 1,224
28,538 7,588 68,761
490 98 714
27,740 1.045 43,327
48,717 4,990 68,308
3,418 173 4,104
2,140 2,710
59,815 7,909 100,822


3,037
65
22,420


15

3,507


3,591
65
30,608


STATEWIDE ................... 8,466,356


22,020,969 2,227,439 32,714,764


257,966 576,273 56,056 890,295 840


Export

Gft.




840










Citrus Shipments By Means of Transportation (N. B.)

Season-September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total
RAIL ...... .................................... 4,635,702 11,799,157 1,364,027 17,798,886
TRUCK ........ ..................................... 1,882,284 6,353,555 488,842 8,724,681
BOAT .. ..................... ... ..... .... ...... 2,207,176 4,444,530 430,626 7,082,332

TOTALS .................. ........... 8,725,162 22,597,242 2,283,495 33,605,899
(N. B.)-Above figures represent the intended means of tr~..nportation at the time certificates were issued. In some instances fruit initially
intended for a given means of transportation was ultimately transferred to a different mode of transportation before leaving the state.










Volume Of Citrus Fruit Transported By Steamship From Florida Ports

Season-1940-1941


Port Boxes Grapefruit
FORT PIERCE .............. ................ ........................1,207,398
JACKSONVILLE ........................................................... 891,232
MIAMI ..................... .............................. .................... 5,752
PA L M B EA CH .......................................... ............................................ 6,383
PORT EVERGLADES ........................................................... .............. 2,205
T A M P A ....................................... ..................................................... 62,966

TOTAL ALL PORTS ........................... ............................2,175,936


Boxes Oranges
773,663
3,384,983
50,618
7,126
2,775
256,572

4,475,737


Boxes Tangerines Total Boxes
119,095 2,100,156
296,166 4,572,381
208 56,578
1,194 14,703
1,647 6,627
6,673 326,211

424,983 7,076,656






Road Guard Stations and Patrol


Eight stations were maintained on all highways leading out
oi Florida or into the Northwestern part of the State where all
trucks carrying citrus fruit were checked by Inspectors, who
remained on duty twenty-four hours daily at all stations during


the entire shipping season. In addition to the regular stations,
Patrol men were on duty at all times to see that no trucks carry-
ing citrus fruit evaded station inspection.


LOCATION OF STATIONS AND VOLUME OF CITRUS FRUIT PASSING EACH STATION
September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941


Location
WILCOX
BRANFORD
ELLAVILLE
SUWANNEE SPRINGS
WHITE SPRINGS
HILLIARD
YULEE
LAKE CITY


Highway
FLA. 19-U. S. 19
FLA. 5A
FLA. 1 -U. S. 90
FLA. 50
FLA. 2 -U. S. 41
FLA. 4 -U. S. 1
FLA. 3 -U. S. 17
FLA. 82


TOTALS ALL STATIONS:


Station No.
1
2
3


Grapefruit
139,743
5,292
37,353
45,127
292,670
183,607
824,842
30,869

1,559,503


Oranges
809,096
30,359
174,832
187,447
1,098,450
723,330
2,657,789
44,824

5,726,127


Tangerines
45,408
933
8,132
11,914
76,543
49,173
239,097
3,559

434,759


Total
994,247
36,584
220,317
244,488
1,467,663
956,110
3,721,728
79,252

7,720,389


Aa









Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations

By Months 1940-1941

STATION NO. 1 WILCOX
Date i Gft. I Org. | Tang. Total
September I
October 3,6261 18,:3 22 ,0';
November 8,854 S4.861 .(; 74 99,452
December 11,06(8 190,98s 16i,115 218, 171
January 20,620 135.13:: 8, 8S 16 13,41
February 19,422 98,188 9 .566I 127,176
March 28,751 108,734 4,1':0 142,415
April 24,307[ 87,719 41751 112,501
May 20,488' 66,155 | 86.643
June 2.6071 18,935. 21.542
Total: 13.9741 809,0961 415.400 9)14 247


STATION NO. 2 BRANFORD
Date Gft. I Org. I Tang. I Total
September I
October [ 185 3541 4Is
November 2351 3:.08 1' Ns :3,I 41
December 6l61 5,790n :.55[ 6,716:
January 0:11 2,68,41 2471 :18 1
February 3911 2.3f1;! 1811 2. ,87
March :8771 1,50(l 51| 1,928
April 4791 2,4801 2 2,9(61
May !)981 2,6221 I 3,603
June 1,146 ( 9,5321 I 10.(;78
Total: 5| ,2921 30,:359'1 ::: :16.584


STATION NO. 3 ELLAVILLE
Date Gft. I Org. I Tang. I Total
September |
October 1,312 3,451 4,763
November 3,398 21,004 574 24,976
December ,2221 41,083 4.059 49,364
January 5,5:!93 29,2141 1,730| 36,537
February 5,450 22,2531 1,3551 29,058
March 5,6971 20,0661 398 26,161
April 6.198 16,0321 16[ 22,246
May 4,5351 11,82(1 16,361
June 9481 9,9031 I 10,851
Total: 37,3531 174.8321 8.1321 220.317


STATION NO. 4 SITlANNEE SPRINGS
Date Gft. Org. I Tang. I Total
September |
October 4,2132 10,682 | 14,895
November 7.73261 35,6131 2.6751 46,021
December 23,3191 42,6831 4,6471 50,649
January 8.816! 33.5691 2.0261 44,411
February 6,7291 20,8741 2.:'08I 29,911
March .5.872 19,542' 2491 25,66:
April 5.3601 15.887 9' 21,256
May 2,559 5,5451 8,04
June 52:!' 3.052' .57.
Total: I 45.1271 187.447 11.9111 244,48S


STATION NO. 5 \IIIT1 SPISIN.S
Date I Gft. Org. I Tang. | Total
September
October 1137901 29.210| 43,050
November 22,4401 121.5171 11,1051 154.062
December 2i.88G6 25:12091 :,(;6811 313,77!9
January 48I,7471 197,161 1 14,4911 260,599!
Iebrunry :13.2o1 10,010 112 211 184.614
M arcih 5 1,:17! 1 1:;III0i 5,5'.5| 200,024
April [ 42,!)9SI 99,2711 :167 142 ",686
lMay I 24,92 81,:4 1 16.281
Junof "8,,Il 1 4 1.:.171 I 52.618
1Tut' : 1 292, 16;7II 1 w ,r) I 19,5I ll : 1,.6,1'









Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road
Guard Stations

By Months 1940-1941
STATION NO. 6 HILLIARD
Date Gft. I Org. I Tang. I Total
September I
October 11,9901 18,5281 30,518
November 14,0561 66,526 3,904 84,486
December 17,7831 160,215 19,101 197,099
January 25,5221 109,5761 9,560 144,658
February 40,7111 152,5811 13,830 207,122
March 27,641i 87,4851 2,628 117,759
April 21,7951 54,0841 150 76,029
May 18,0191 51,9871 70,006
June 6,0851 22,3481 1 28,433
Total: 183,6071 723,3301 49,1731 956,110

STATION NO. 7 Y ULEE
Date Gft. I Org. | Tang. I Total
September I I
October 68,3321 74,4811 142,813
November S6,6821 3:37,979, 31.672 456,333
December 81,947 511,1641 101,8311 694.942
January 116,845 435,907| 54,605 607,357
February 90,909! 266,424 34,973 392,306
March 135,534 381,3391 14,9911 531,864
April 126,487 282,9221 1,021 410,430
May 94,443 229,803 4 324,250
June 23,6631 137,770 I 161,433
Total: 824,842[ 2,657,7891 239,0971 3,721,728

STATION NO. 8 LAKE CITY
Date I Gft. I Org. I Tang. I Total
September I I I
October 9:371 2,054 2,991
November 4,4511 6,3541 410 11,215
December 3,8071 10,420 1,806 16,033
January 4,6261 7,9441 3181 12,888
February | 6,7191 7,4671 6771 14,863
March 5,5421 4,9281 3481 10,818
April 2,642 2,2221 I 4,864
May 1,8481 2,8351 4,683
June 2971 6001 897
Total: 30,8691 44,824| 3,5591 79,252

TOTALL ALL STATIONS:
Date Gft. I Org. I Tang. I Total
September I I
October 104,3351 157,1901 261,525
November 147,852 675,9381 56,172 879,962
December 149,650 1,215,552 181,598 1,546,800
January 231,6991 951,388 91,565 1,274,652
February 213,5:21 700,1951 74,210 987,937
March 260,7981 766,674 29,160 1,056,632
April I 230,2661 560,617 2,040 792,923
May 177,801 452,116! 141 629,931
June 43,5701 246,4571 290,027
Total All | |
Stations: 1,559,503 5,726,1271 434.7591 7,720,389
Stt 1ns 1,559,5031 ,2617





CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1940 1941 (Through June 30, 1941)
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)

VARIETY CODES: (G1)-Seeded Gft.; (G2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (GS)-Seedless Gft.; (G4)-Pink Seedless Gft; (05)-Early Org; (06)-Midseason
Org; (07)-Late Org; (OS)-Temple Org; (T9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES



rm
dn r 0 E E' =E *,l t I
Kind And 0 o O. o o0 oi O 3 o - 0m
County Var. Fruit LL Zm Z ZcI Zm Zn O OOt Zm Z Z Z 0 >1- LLc- <'-
57,838


........... . -1
.......... G-3
..........0-5
...... ..... 0-6
..........0. -7
.......... T-9
............ G-1
........... G-2
........... G-3
........... G-4
......... 0. -5
...... .... 0-6
...... ... 0 -7
.......... 0 -8
.........T-9
........... G-1
.......... G-3
........... G-4
.......... 0-5


609
999
15,552
2,576

5,715
16
4,141
892
5,807
23,831
10,564
1,285
2,318
15


5


31,732
952
51,704
5,495
8,351
153,800
86,230
1,436
2,321


18,619
266
22,038
2,065
2,120
35,618
21,386
227
60

752


9ia l
105
38 4901
13,6101
781
1,285
1251 24,6931
23
4,307
83
51 17,984
641 46,628
1,3211
4,458
16,710
296
6,029
4


4U
1,138
941|
20,940
2,209

38,968
947|
87,939|
7,093
10,072
111,700
62,306
4,061
2.259
6141
2.3001

8,0131


3 202
1,852
65 2,533
83 50,442
4,863
1,285|
3,567| 18 123,4751
82 2,2861
3,099 173:4841
43 15,671
549 18 44,906
14,955 25 386,971
6,1681 44 191,273
317 11,784
373 76 24,1171
3,6541 4.579
3,216 I 12,297
54 | 91
5.415[ 13.4331


57,838
1,285


314,916


634,934
24,117

16,885


61,177







973,967


.l't-V ar i







'rVnward
f tI" .Id(







.......... 0 -6
.......... 0-7
...........0-8
........... T -9
Citrus ............. G-1
S ........ G-3
........... 0 -5
.......... 0. 0 -6
........... 0 -7
........... T -9
Dade ............... G-1
........... .G-2

........... G -4
........... 0 -5
.......... 0-6
........... 0 -7
..........0-8
.......... T-9
DeSoto ............ G-1
... . G-2
...........G -3
........... 0 -5
..... ...... 0 -6
........... 0 -7
0-8
........... 0 -8
...........T -9
Dural ............. G-1
........... G -3
........ .. G -4
........... 0 -5
.......... 0-6
...........0-7
.......... 0 -8
......... T-9


3,993

2

111

1,0941
508

114
739
6161

411
2,464
71
320|
3,3831
16,6761
3,988
194
2,007
450
65
100
2,1201
4,0031
2,072
133
237


249















125
383
1,900
92
3,883
5,962

292
21,767

805
2,114
230
12
119


1[
1921
2,1641
4 495
711
98 3,418!
197 3,1991
58 833 15
1531
6,9951 120

822 6,716
191
2,8091
6,2691
23 2,9841
4381
5091
6,623!
15[
2.823 862
30.8961 105
2,3841 130,516!
3,563 34,32 2,281
S 2941
32,0901
516 22,54S|
1,428 32,5721

1,184 67,5611
11,116 177,612
9,397 182,498 221
254 1,670
37| 57,761


I I 5,3931 5,393
36,3261 9281 15,4181 57,106
636 4,217 7,017 82,949
205 1,025 1,230 1,2301 101,064
43 127 671 I
3 74 745!
85 53 3,654
82 287 3,777
17 85 1,008 8,439
22 10 185 185 9,369
24,5521 37| 29,748 62,546
S15 15
2.7621 79 7,584 19,010
305 5 81,62S1
9 50 8439 1471
8,398 147 21,160 36,713
23.789 6601 29,319 57,391 I
603 1,314 2,355 110,9301
2,668 35 2,644 5,897 5,8971 198,455
4,843 6031 578 4 15,2401
2131 558 1,176
3,163 1,106 114 10.288 26,704
12,655 2,418 49,887
106,569 5 8,606 268,9:7
65,549 773! 799 1261 117,364!
397 62 1 947i 437,135
3,2391 42 149! 38.3271 3S,327 502,166
9.217 3151 2,957 1211 36.4161
9.412 5161 383 430! 66.5731
S1001 103,0891
24,1291 595 5,037 791 101.5101 1
61,859 1,003! 2,286 588 260,7241
64,698i 8611 947 1,733 262,657| |
2021 361 114 7 2,428I 627.319
4,322! 10| 2,069 452 65,007[ 65,007[ 795,415






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1940 1941 (Through June 30, 1941)

(In Te-ms of 1% Bushel Boxes)


VARIETY CODES: (G1)-Seeded Gft.;


(G2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G3)-Seedless Gft.; (G4)-Pink Seedless Gft; (05)-Early Org; (06)-Midseason
Org; (07)-Late Org; (O8)-Temple Org; (T9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES


K" 0 0 E l |
,r .- F r _
Kind And 0 u o zz 6 0 z10 01
County Var. Fruit LL Zu Z ZO Zm ZE o OE Zm Z ZE Z 0 10 .
L)'r z T I z F YL


........ .... -1
...........0-5
........... -6
...........0-7
...........0-8
......... T-9
........... -
........... G -63
........... 0 -5
........... 0-6
........... 0-7
.......... .0-8
........... T -9
.......... G -1
........... G -3
...........0-5
...........0-6
...........0-7


90
117 2,810
982 88 59,638
179 6,1341
184 242
37 5,942
143 12 3461
40 3891
119 13:3 6,2821
1,448 1,429 16,5931
1,909 68 7,118 601

267 1321 35,4321
2,523 15 76,749
8,735 254 75,184 1,152
20 338 28,9781
73 759 47,6741
2,562 730 155,022 855


59!
1,190
20,246
4,8:36
304
587
14
1,097
3,765
23,642
7,603
15
20,804
6,029
57,347
12,334
36,661
51,431


207
4,201
81,579
12,758
730
6,625
5189
1,689
11,600
44,712
19,751
50
59,576
88,047
149,1691
43,844
93,788
215,751


207


99,268
6,625 106,100

2,207


76,113
59,5761 137,896

237,2161


Harder .




Hernando





Highlands


i


424
1,604



1,258
1,544
2,4461

2,9331
1,168
5,2551
315|
3,3351
3,677|


J^







......... 0 -8
...........T-9
Hillsborough ....... G-1
.......... G-2
........... G -3
........... G -4
........... 0 -5
...........0 -6
...........0 -7
........... -8
........... T -9
Indian River ...... (-1
...........G-2
........... G-3 53
........... G -4
......... .0 -5
........... 0 -6
........... 0-7
........... 0-8
S ......... T-9 19
Lake ................G-1
........... G -2 I
........... -3
........... .G -4
........... 0 -5
........... 0-6
........... 0 -7
.... . 0-8
..... ..... T-9
Lee ................. G -1
........... G-2
......... G-3
........... .G -4
.......... 0-5
......... 0-6


S 9 | 2,9241
1,649
41 1,002 6,120 48
1,669 26,570 10
4521
1,1191 2,526 352
2,242 9,645 110 9,748 2,266
8,104 22,607 1,043
421 185[ 13
S 777 7 28
15 7,772 39,929| 30,6331 29
485! 1571 1
981 10,6321116,987 73,1421 203
49| 782| 5,6121 1,824
I 2,097| 5,7491 1,621
S 2,6501 26,8661 5,589 27
2,4385 31,229 7,283
737| 3,097 1,074
142] 4,2901 2.636[ 17
8,6:71 4,642 3991
441
6,79 1 29,399 1,334
S 1,3321 126
5661 45,223 1,108 4,872
2,060 101,4561 6,554 3,837
980 51,510 15,542 2,975
I 6,269 58 4061
1 4,4481 70 181
4,387] 2,351

4,363 6.8111 42
1 2
5,971 841
5,7971 841


18,2691
62,007
39,611
641
85,703
1531
101,6111
212,399
187,479 143
2,7521
37,2871
20,4721
2,165]
39
1,220|
1,524|
1,141|
324
20,4091
118,1821 46
936
157,680 671
3,769
287,371
474,933
428,125 2,421
3,563) 37
160,6221
38,186 84
1091
23,8151 23]
1.2671
3,5551
10,3351


6,379 | 1,2641 571 28,902] 382,285|
2,9891 1,875] 39 68.5591 68,559| 688,060
11,486 202 590 59,063
173 237
49,298 679 342 20 164,291
5 1,810 2,620 226,211]
3 33,965 2,276 141,885
135.860 2,706 374,976
209,794| 2,340 1,625 433,135
403[ 92 3,487 953,4831
2,4741 11 6241 178 41,3S6l 41,386| 1,221,080
80,0911 322 7,701 | 186,9641
1,1461 117 56 I 1,961[
258,968S 18,449 19,839, 13 500,549 7
8,074| 384 566[ 17,330 706,804
9,8911 70 2,1981 23 22,8691
37,942 10,931 85,5291
57,456 3,376 10,316 77 113.3161
6.9901 9 3,175 19 15,425 237,1391
8,026 5,885 180 41,604 41,6041 985,547
30,082 183 2,095 47 164,313
142 35 1,157
67,215 1,872 1,10 8 266,083
1,836 33 7,096 438,649
138,4301 98 14,966 271 492,661
292,8371 74 10,508 65 892,3241
138,2861 1,031 2, 800 118 643,7881
12,5631 21 390 18 23,325] 2,052,098
16,407 12 3,612 544 185,896] 185,8961 2,676,643
5,826 226 1.558 52.618]
177| 1,0211
41,1121
5,8101 245 3 41,112
I 1.2671 96.0181
8151 549' 4.931 I
12,002[ 3,943 | 32,918]





CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1940 1941 (Through June 30, 1941)


(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
(G2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G3)-Seedless Gft.; (G4)-Pink Seedless
Org; (07)-Late Org; (08)-Temple Org; (T9)-Tang.


UNITED STATES GRADES
SI i I I -----


Kind And
Var. Fruit


....... ....0-7
...........0 -8
........... T -9
............ G -1
........... G-2
........... G-3
...........G-4
........... 0 -5
........... 0-6
........... 0 -7
.......... 0-8
........... T -9
............. G -1
........... G -2
........... G -3
........... G -4
........... 0 -5
........... 0 -6
........... 0 -7


N.
00o 6 d0
Zo Zm Z r


4,4541 8091
2451
24 15,8751 20,322
1,7831 1,697
5,6221 15,165
3,4161 100 5,453[
5,298
10,501 460
2,518 1,004

218
1,759 27
36 78
1,141
53
31,174 56,084 188 2,357
33,008 67,5981 3,849
6,033 7,8591 164 2,203


6,353

3,277

795
793





2,899
903


.0
E
,


EM
uOZ


8,3231 10,6481 470 639 16 25,359!
4 1261 3751
860 879 570 2,3091
14,953 50 31,451 840 63 89,931
3,735 1,678 479 9,372
989 168 22,524 2,865 50,610
1,7881 5,9851 419 14 17,1751
3,475 3,507 12,280I
7,749 27,614 47,119
11,9101 351 9,585 1,464 27,625
290 990
9561 86 1,2601

7,49 1 114
10,909 6,528 380 7 19,858

7,493 4,632 363 59 10 13.698
87 70 2101
112,503 125 152,835 182 7,799 90 366,2361
134,4591 124,606 5,059 126 369,6081
69,059 19,724 714 553 106,3091


VARIETY CODES: (G1)-Seeded Gft.;


County











ar on
.lanat,-.








(,fl


Gft; (05)-Early Org; (06)-Midseason


0 E.


I 0

63,5831
2,3091 161,910


167,088


87,314
1,260 255,662


33,8801


' I


I I


I


2


0








....... . 0 -8
........... T -9
Orange ............. G-1
........... G -2
........... G -3
........... G -4
........... 0 -5
...........0 -6
.......... .0 -7
........... 0 -8
...........T -9
Osceola .............G-l
........... G -3
........... G -4
...........0 -5
........... 0 -6
S ........... 0-7
0 ........... 0-8
........... T -9
Palm Beach .......G-l
.......... G -2
...........G -3
........... G -4
........... 0 -5
...........0 -6
......... 0 -7
.......... 0-8
........... T -9
Pasco .............. G-
........... G -2
........... G -3
........... G -4
........... 0 -5
........... 0-6
Pasco ........... 0-7
............0-71I


I 5S|
I 1,3001
4.9551
4
2.320
1571
8601 102.0511
6221 151,084
757| 140,563;
954| 13.584
14,1121
I
211


1,59 S!
S1S7
'81


I
3,4741 4

3,367 1
1,4321 1
1:130
1,9191 1
4.650
1111
11.0071

8,9691
21.3:47
I 20,2981


I I I 771 165 I 3001 842,4531
I 14,580[ 5 263 2431 21,3861 21,3861 897,719
108 2,311 1291 193.4411 44,725 171 1,829 41 247,521
| 35 1,035 259 i 1,333
19.308; 4461 29:.S071 566 111,114 6,6561 52 434,269[
641 4,401; 1 1,4471 5 1 6,6561 689,779|
2,272! 1,468| 606,6421 1091 277,8821 432 5.409 1161 997,2411
84, 16,846 6,7651 1,563,6801 797,9971 9541 4,031 1112,544,074
200 35,903 3,400| 1,599,4541 3,127 509,315[ 8,754| 142 12 2,301,6271
S 1.315 1,0601 53,907 27 31.2421 1 32 102,1211 5,945,063
S 66 2921 519,8301 321 28,534 ] 01 564,1671 564,167' 7.199,009
51 539 270 20,0721 1 904 152 21,9421
871 6271 13.4651 209 8,367 2251 23.785
S 8 | 391 45,7661
46S| 27,1131 1,415 59 29,434
I 335' 2,102 61,3771 1 8.252 I 79s 72.989
S 753| 3,547 85,8671 7851 5,587 2511 98,388
S4381 I 151 [ 45 | 201,264
S10,4861 877 I 511,36; 11,368! 258,39S
2111 1,499 3311 4,660 1 6,799
| 1 i 10 1 1 10 ;
,1621 1,20 301 1 4,4' 24,342 47,982!
16; I 24 3 | | 781 54,869
47 I 266 431 417' 77
,8301 56 5.4791 10,421 21,153
,893 242 111 I 8,899 14,166 | 26,743
I 18 21 332 6441 49,313
,345 1,1761 25' 7,34 12,070' 12,070 116,252
| 8,976 33,055! 13 4861 9,0951 771 69,3391
19' 1,4521 1,5811 31 3.166
1 13.5281 690 71.4541 73,175 9,011! 178,8651
S 44 11 1,1321 8[ 1.3021 252,672
79 26,633 I 9,1221 1691 44,97211
I 20391 1.5831 83.003 | 50.2521 I 9 158,322 I
| 7.0921 78 150,717 | 1127491 1.544[ 100 | 292.5781





CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1940 1941 (Through June 30, 1941)
(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
VARIETY CODES: (G1)-Seeded Gft.; (G2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G3)-Seedless Gft.; (G4)-Pink Seedless Gft; (05)-Early Org; (06)-Midseason
Org; (07)-Late Org; (08)-Temple Org; (T9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES




County Var. Fruit LL ZM ZO Zm Z o O Zc Z Z Z 0 >w _- LLE zn z z Z Z 0 -0


..........0-8
...........T-9
Pinellas .......... ...G-1
....... ..G-2
S ...........G -3
........... G -4
...........0 -5
...........0-6
...........0 -7
........... 0 -8
...........T-9
Polk ................G-1
S ...........G-2
S ...........G-3
..........G-4
...........0-5
........... 0-6
S ...........0-7
........... 0-8


2,7821
58 9,649 400
94
4,4099
1281
3,8511
16,2651
10,976
32

691 25,055 240
109]
163 25,5231
1,0451
172 37,448!
46,3611
42,880! 552
S 5,629!


1 68
14 20,687
41,555 210,171 183
198 2,9891
93,592 199,7911
307 12,498
884 28,082
2,664 132 68,4031
13,071 107,714 16
95 501
37,106
40,809 408 1,305,574 366 27
234 5,5261
111,249 670 1,284,0861 1,285
495 13 4,1501 20
562 197 739,6531
10,065 2,5461 1,252,0611
49,243 3,4181 2,526,038 3,385
1,0161 8061 59,7881


55 I 124[
1,667 10 25,1601
31,502 149 1,724 295,391
1,719 5,000
56,5871 2,609 27 357,105
3,215 49 16,197
14.979 2,523 50,319
44,4511 444 132,358
41,3021 1,511 469 9 175,068
176 3 807!
2.822 248 40,176
228,7371 1,637 13,728 44111,617,7131
2,038! [ 7,9071
455,5581 15,3661 1,056 9511,895,0511
3,613[ | | 9,336
282,538! 9081 12,090 583 1,074,1511
629,6001 121 12,3341 170 1,953,1491
711,0761 6,038| 3,3181 103,345,958
24,8621 1 4121 671 92,5801


773.828


1,072,421


495,9961
25,1601


673,693


358,552
40,176


3,530,007


6,465,838







........... T -9
Putnam ............G-1
...........G-3
......... 0-5
...........0-6
........... 0-7
...........0-8
...........T-9
Saint Johns ........G-1
........... G-3
........... 0-5
...........0-6
.......... .0-7
........ T-9
Saint Lucie ........G-1
...........G-2
...........G-3
...........G-4
...........0-5
...........0-6
...........0-7
...........0-8
.......... T-9
Sarasota ............G-1
........... G-3
........... -5
...........0-6
........... 0-7
Seminole ............G-1
...........G-2
...........G-3
...........G-4
..........0-5
...........0-6
........... 0-7


83




5,060
4,765
1,805

52

216


26











10


13,4431

603:
1,9051
2,791

31
311
229
1,696
31
8,794
5,139
3,541

8,5911 32,045
1,135! 2,044
10,801 73,371
41 1,624
2,469 4,355
5,9311 52,612
1,857[ 54,434
7581 6,530
10,2991 9,725
46
8,102
8,486
8,0971
13,1841
5,668
115
645

24,187
29,7581
1,6051


44,363
1,116
97,155
1,498
1,114
17,749 22
31,710 73
2,8641 8
2,1861
157
2,638


1,188
2,914 2S5

5,476 323

869
258 2,829
91 3,048


1031 736,317[
2,4641
1,352|
264 16,7721
225 43,1581
56 10,284[

17,8081


57,099 3961 2,797 1,040 811,209 811,209110,807,054
4,574 54 105 6 7,203 1
2.587 646 21 5,540 12,7431
17,647! 567 37,528
48,359 126 847 40 95,869
10,487 814 8 21,876
78 17 126 155,399
3,747 119 21,903 21,903 190,045
703! 213 2,612!
9 25 65 2,677
3,244 340 17,570
1,927 835 12,698
946 3 381 6,694 36,962
816| 8161 40,455
104,4261 2,405 10,977 3 219,3161
3,285 3 4 7,587
260,998 20,279 18,22 493,549
4,383 154 7,700 728,152
6,009 667 810 17,510
67,585 294 22,568 5 169,351
S112,722 6,552 28,319 49 243,769 4
7,914 12 4,001 22,1251 452,755
16.5841 8 7,823 84,7641 84,764 1,265,671
69| | 1,6931
11,3141 22,054 23,747
16,665 25,153
16,806 | 24,903
23,292[ 5691 38,233 88,289 112,036
9.637 30 175 5 82,3701
73 4711
20,518 162! 17 98,074
46 343 181,2581
24,807 31! 161 45 137,018 |
143,853 18 220 | 528.4821
55,5861 1,8681 3601 701 298,9751 I


8161
16,4541

12,503

2,086
2,5851
8,0271
381
38,1391
1,421|

21


63,6501
2831
70,921
297
86,918!
351,536!
236,2811






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1940 1941 (Through June 30, 1941)


VARIETY CODES: (G1)-Seeded Gft.;


(In Terms of 1% Bushel Boxes)
(G2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G3)-Seedless Gft.; (G4)-Pink Seedless
Org; (07)-Late Org; (08)-Temple Org; (T9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES


Gft; (05)-Early Org; (06)-Midseason


I. .' I I -- I
C o 4N 4 0 ) o 0
Kind And o d o 3 a E 2
County Var. Fruit LL ZZ Z a o Z Z Z Z M 1 LL. i.
0 -8 1 .11 -


1,3021

21 262! 159
166 1,5571 1,186
40 2901 301!
5011
53 4,498' 1,132

1,714 3,751
56
651 20,227 8,770
1,080 28,3201 14,7741
3891 14,976i 20,016
5 641 211
3861 7.1081 1571
8391 115,2461105,8021
I 4,189] 3,4811


3,706!
3,0081

5,3111
3,880o
1,525
248
231,3751
4,1831


a52


224
3,317
651
66

1131

1,3971
1,3871
1,3031

S,
8,659
[


7,3631
51,515
57


4,5571

2,7051

59,455]
73,7051
31.1991
2901
53,1751
2,233,7241
16,1671


3,726 4541 1581 14,131[ 978,6061
6,085 9 58,92 58,9231

501 501 5821
650 65 1,381
6,831 13,057

2011 2511 251
269 25,8011 830 2,265 21 43,1791
251 j I 25!
18,127 280! 1,867 4 31,5691
871 1 1431 74,9161
74,324 1761 7,340 2041 177,8551
141,6551 2081 8,475 I 273,4841
70,2681 2,7401 3,323 41 145,7431
1811 I 5611 597,643
I 25,5101 1,290 1571 88.0391 88,0391
1,034[ 147 i 714,762! 17,7111 89,7921 65813,519,8071 |
S 13,456 1,160[ 202| | 42,83S|


Sumtr .




Volusia .







Statpwnide


...........-
........... .T -I

........... .G -3
........... .0 -

........... T -9
........... T -9
... .... .... ~-1
........... -2
........... G -3
.......... G -4
......... 0 -5
........... 0 -6
.......... 0 -7
.......... 0 -8
........... T-9
........... G -1
........... G -2


1,218,787




19,115







760,59S






.. -3 53 1,323 109,860 249,975 554,680 10,239 2,356,426 4,948 1,606,958| 82,275 81,8691 582 5,059,188
0-4 49 8,398 12,903 12,453 13 28,7091 20 205 38,823| 970 7861 103,329 8,725,1621
..05 172 38,507 342,862 27,782 21,480 14,938 2,264,585 125 250 1,145,011 3,20i 81,692 1,19313,941,806
.0-6 44,666 583,903 251,560 125,235 44,805 4,844,702 2,984,006 2,976152,506 1,040 9,035,399
.0-7 12,138 361,619 195,019 222,970 34,242 5,852,232 14,267 2,429,048 44,473120,674 2,268,9,288,950
....... 0-8 959 31,524 11,084 7,085 5,523 156,683 64 101,565 78 16,196 326 331,087122,597,242
...... T-9 19 528 72,262 16,184 3,117 781 1,933,658 32 213,641 472 39,986 2,8152,283,4951 2,283,495 33,605,899
Sta l ..... Gft. 111 2,211 237,6931372,1611 802,691 18,911[ 4,635,026 6,002; 352 2,373,999 102,1161172,6491 1,2401 8,725,1621
Org. 172 96,270 1,319,908 485,445 376,770 99,508 13,118,202 14,456 250 6,659,630 50,736 371,068 4,827 22,597,242
.......... O g. 112 96,2701,319,08485,4451 376,770 99,5081 14,
.......... Tang. 19 528 72,262 16184 3,117 781 1,933,658 32 213,641 472 39,986 2,815 2283,495 33,605,899
Sk:wide .... All Kinds 302[ 99,00911,629,8631873,79011,182,578;119,20(1 19,686,8861 20,4901 60219,2,247,270153,3241583,7031 8,882 133,605,899





CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) O'anges: (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT: (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless;
(4) Pink Seedless. ORG: (5) Early; (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG.: (9) All.
GRAPEFRUIT
36 46 54 64 70 I 80 96 100-112 126 150
S --0 1 ORANGES Totals
NT96-100 112 26 150 1 176 | 200 216 250 288 324-360 By Kind Totals Totals
COUNTY TEMPLE ORANGES of Fruit By Kind All
.' 48 60 76 90 ] 106 i 120 144 168 ...... ...... By of Fruit Kinds
*Ids --- -- ;- TANGERINES Variety of Fruit
...... 100 120 150 176 i 200 210 246 294 336
d -' 1,1a." .................IG 11 9| 191 571 761 411 1 2021


6J 31 250 422 308i| 50U31 16B
10 14 151 41 1761 317l 664
101 6 341 947| 2,1201 5,607 6.559 8,990i
101 7 1541 4911 913 821 933'
S9 ........ 531 138' 2411 34 404
Ti- rd ............... 1( 1I 1 4,727 15,6631 32,277! 29.5201 21,839 19.151 281
21 1661 440; 726] 410 1 345 199
(' 31 1,465 7,679 24,343 30,901 35,4741 43,7121 27,321
I0C 41 44 414| 2,2051 3.156 3.7401 3,9181 2.047
10 5 403 1,1421 2.855' 6,084, 7,0441 9,068,
10 6 1,765 3 i 17,229| 40,367 67.01.5 65,075,, 73.943
01 7 922 1 17,3601 32.164 43,9751 32.433 28.7301
01 8; 65 1,1311 2,7631 3.2071 2.6761 1,3551 4891
IT 9 343 211[ 3,3521 6.2841 6,6111 2,827 4.1201
S:",ward ............... IG 1 183 4311 7451 997' 1 021 8'31 371
GI0 31 25 243 7021 1,524! 1,889' 3,149 4,122!


491 11 1,852[ 2,0541
741| 563 2 2,533 I
14,0211 9,288 2,876 50,442|
9531 506 921 4.86 1 57,8381
3251 90 1,2S5 1.285 61.177
7 101 1 123,4751 l
S2,286
142 2,447 173,484
11 66 [ 15,671 314,9161
11.336 6.678 29( 44,906
76,9351 39,6051 5,034! 386,971[
23,2031 9.607 2,8781 1912731
951 3 11,784' 634,934!
361 6 24117! 24,1171 973,967
S I I 4.5791
31 6051 I 12,297,






IG1 4 4 51
101 5 80 520 1,196 2,014 2,133
01 6 173 481 759 992 1,058
101 7 50 318 1,643 5,0561 5,681 9,764
10 10 211 6781 2,637 1,827 953
10 46 1721 262 366 253
it us .. 1 15 56| 148 159 142 1411 10
IG1 3 10 113 1 S 7 17 3
0 51 7 69 247| 868! 938
0 6 1 3 75 249 853[ 913
10 7 191 521 80 168 216
T 9, 4| 311 84| 111 3S
................... 1 2,0541 7,748! 13,5161 14,8461 12,481| 7,941 3,481
1G I 2' I 31 51 41 3|
G 3 118! 633| 1,605) 2,770| 3,900 4,730| 3,618
GI 41 2 7 10 15! 141 9
101 5 422 1.728 2,7881 3,273 2,862
10 6' 124 10| 1,825 4,977 7,845 8,695 6,013
10 7' 2,147 311 5,745 9,358 11,266 10,9291 8,413
IO0 8 15 891 308 509 915 3231 176
T| 9 5 1631 542 1 1,0171 1,412 1,182 892
I to .. .......... GI 206 1,2381 3,577 3,6371 3.616 2,856 109
IGI 2 1 531 29:1 3741 2091 2471
G! 31 61 801 8101 1,615 1,75TI 3,1001 2,354
10 5' 51 418 1,376 3.972 4,5251 12,5401
01 6 271 6,726 17,5321 33,473 28,676 62,8971
0 71 53 3,8081 13,551 22,605 20,630 26,723!
10 8 141 59 2 231 61 248 98 32
IT! 9 45[ 157 3,402 9,5241 12,5851 3,761 7.6551
S)uval ..................IGI 1! 276 3,051 7,997 9,4121 8,2921 5,846 1,241
[GI 3 55 969 6,137! 10,5011 12,267! 17,221 15,340
GI 4 I 10 171 201 23 22 8!
10 51 316 92 2,478 5,634 10,329 11,32 20,332
01 6 488 385 14,007 26,516 41.1671 36.329 48,950
101 71 2381 1181 10,8561 31,123( 53,7101 45,3161 50,8101


I I 91 16,885
2.6S5 2,457 2,3481 13,4331
898 627 405 5,393
16,627 15,059 2,908 57,1061
688 13 7,017 82,9491
131 1,230 1,230 101,064
671
74 745
582 932 11 3,654
699 947 37 3,777
167 243 631 1,0081 8,4391
12 5 1851 185 9,369
35 444 625461
151
1,090 546 19,0101
S 571 81,628!
2,034 1,083 2811 14,4711
4,138 2,363 7231 36,713
5,5821 2,990 9301 57,391
14 5 1 2,355 110,9301
551 123 10 5,897 5,8971 198,455
11 15,240
I 1,176
261 546 10,2881 26,704
14.542! 9.889 2,574[ 49,8871
57,3341 49.433 12,5951 268,937
17,3881 8,7551 3,8511 117,364 I
2! r 9471 437.1351
1,1791 19 318,3271 38,3271 502,166
98 203 1 36,41611
121 3,962 66,5731
1 1001 103,0891
24.9521 21,758 4,299 101,510 ,
47,0911 34,878 10,913 260,724
38.2531 23,1151 9,118! 262,657]






CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranpesi (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT: (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless;
(4) Pink Seedless. ORG: (5) Earty; (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG.: (9) All.
GRAPEFRUIT I
36 46 54 64 A70- 80 96 100-112 126 150
Totals
l 96-100 112 126 -150 176- 200 216 250 288 324-360 ByKd Totals T
CN __ of Fruit of Fruit All
COUNTY -- TEMPLE ORANGES of F of t Kinds
._E _48 60 76 90 106 120 144 168 ........... Vy By Kind of Fruit
CO Nb i5 86 -TANGERINES- arety
> ...... 100 120 150 176 200 210 246 294 336


Duval (Continued) ....10
T1
Hard .................. G
10
10




10
T



m i s t d .............. IG

IG


26 1:6 496 42 701 2431 64
27 53' 5,317 12.6871 16.795 11,6451 15,909
15 50 431 481 ,37 13,
4, 2 51 2681 474 38 1,195
62 1 1.694 5,372, 11.336 7.592 23.793'
2 306 1,116| 2.226 1,804 3,543,
1I 107 1931 2811 1181 18
4481 1.7601 2,3061 230[ 1.6871
i 2 41 72i 1851 205
21 5 2281 291| 2891 5091 237
6 : 35 :345 325i 2,0711
6 335 1,112| .2 075 2.942] 8,865
:631 1.1921 2,8731 1,991 4,837
5 12 15[ 61 7] 3 21
17 418; 2,7361 11.7941 540 24,013
6481 16.5701 30,5031 19.4591 12.873 7,940 54
32! 4.0153 28.5041 28.895! 27.3771 35.002 21,708,


171 3 2,428 6i7,319|
2,300 26S 61 65,007 65,0071 795,415
11 207 207i
919 845! 85 4,2071
14.1561 15.579 1,9941 81,579
2,177i 1,1761 408S 12,758[1
11 I 730[ 99,2681
194 6 6,625 6,6251 106,100
S I I 51s8[
I 1,68s! 2.207
:3,615i 5, 194 ;t 11 .6ll 1
13,920] 10,904 :;,5:3:: 44.7121
4.9681 2.278 973 19,7511
I 4 I 50 76,113
15.1981 4S60 59.576' 9,576 137,896
II 88,147
2.2441 1,3921 149.1 2;:7, 211;


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101
10I
101
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Go




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IG0
|G
101
101
IT
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IGI
IGI


210 6671 2,3361 4.6951 5,826 11,367
202 2,459 8,2431 14,0011 13,985 23,654
301 22,123 55,1311 57,2111 31,847[ 30,116
114 2,562 6,A09l 5,7)5, 7,4371 4,166 1,915
61 4!14 4,4631 13.71., 20 3771 9,031 18,046
5441 3,229 12.418 15,.06 15,091 12.2021 7
l1i 361 551 531 411 39|
165] 2,612: 16,907 26,. 1 30,6861 45,888' 34,039
3 291 208] 3311 4941 892 615
500 1,247 4.;!01 8,b641 12,435 29,079
189 10 4,444 17.8321 37,8781 37.305[ 83,687
148 21 13,932 44,486 79,4161 55,887[ 102,285'
5 162] 895 0 ;! RO 3181 130!
86[ 2,140 7,7391 12,391 6,6501 10,4351
4,964 16,0841 43,601 47,443 40,0161 33,3771 1,473
32 208| 680 528! 2511 2521 10
7,609 34,3321 99,362 106,4551 94,7531 97,8031 53,900
102 571 2,384 3,520 3,670 4,4581 2,520
185 886 1,870 3.283 3,561] 4,409
307[ 2,1581 5,296] 10,3931 11.4681 15.386;
1,367 10,8291 19,7581 27,4601 18,279 15,466
109 854 2,436| 3,8211 4.3251 2,471 1.104
249 360 5,605 9,296 11,154 5,093 8,107
1,761 18,65 41,415 41,451 33,767 26,761 504
7 11 345 332[ 2301 1231 6
834 10,549 45,4181 59,458| 52,0151 59,0401 34,799
12 219 936 1,354 1,5191 1,876 1,096
1,618 50 9,501 25,284 51,506 62,414 111,743
1,405 64 29,556 77,617 134,243 127,896] 195,447
3,373 216 57,344[ 110,750 154.485 104,8431 115,5731
67 1,484 3,345 4,9751 5.965! 5,1341 1,8511
42 437 8,443 30,714 61,594 7,904 60,302
813 3,425 13,980 10,929 11,580 11.215 676
17] 200[ 2401 3141 250
171 3601 2,579[ 3,797] 5,8561 12,856] 13,4121


10,1 10s
16,824[
1:;,2431
412
2,342

3,3601
81
40,844
101,372
85,830
14
1,8721

1,377,
361
5,491|
22,9151
13,7821
295
1,676]
2
1,223
74
118,3481
180,0121
63,4851
3471
14,7731

1181


8,111 5211
14,065 355
4,1 13 53",
34
54 31

4,123
40
41,200 3,025
81,116 11,143
38,514] 12.635
11 31
68| 5
6
4,958
696
2,816 368
14,7611 2,8451
5,188 1,187
10
641
3
2,747]
101
103,5551 8.642
121,4621 24,622r
26,4751 7,2441
150 71
1,560] 1271

2,117 1


413,844 I
93,7881 1
215,751
28,9021 382,285
68,559! 68,559 688.060
59,06., I
2371 I
164,2'1
2,620 226,211
141,885
374,976 I
433,135
3,487! 953,483!
41,3861 41,3861 1,221,080
186,9641
1,961
500,549
17,330 706,804
22,8691
85,529,
113,3161
15,4251 237,1391
41,6041 41,6041 985,547
164,:311 3
1,157 1
266,083
7,0961 438,6491
492 661
892.324
643,7881
23.12,! 2.052,0981
185,896 185,8961 2,676,643
52,6181
1,0211
41,112





CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefrui*; (0) O"nges: (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT: (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless:
(4) Pink Seed;ess. ORG: (5) Ear y; (G) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG.: (9) All.


COUNTY


It

0
;'0
I E
^1


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I0
a0
Io
10
IT
M anl;te- .. ............ IG I
IGI
G1
IGI
IG0
10o
101
T
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9



>.
41
51
6i
7
8
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1:


36 46 54

i-100 112 126

48 60 76

..... 100 120
10 761 339
2 1 131
20[ 502|
151 1,230
1I ; 1 1
51 31 1401
:3,0071 10.518 26.081
53 3481 1,671
1811 999| 5,608
8 1021 714:
117; 293:

6 i 685.

20 174,
2241 1.545: .891


GRAPEFRUI
64 70
ORANGES
150 176
TEMPLE ORAN
90 106
TANGERINE


150
3051
30[
1,903|
3,0351
1571
309|
22,005'
2,150
7,S51
1.612'
462
2.329
.160
4.9:4


176
284'
157
3,655
4,422'
117
5 0
15.094

81 ,61
2.f27,
8,3761
2,810
8421
6,619
4,535
1071
4053
4,297!


T
80

-1-0
200
IGES
120
:S
200
1981
2511
3,695I
3.263
47:
4271
12.867
2.523
34,3211
5,948S
954
6,687[
4,5211
14
1 55
4.7941


96

216

144

210
55'
982
6,831
5,0951
16
564
:139

11,567
4,88
2,275:
9,262'
5,239
3
135
172


100-112 126 150
-- Totals
250 288 324-360 By Kind
Sof Fruit
168 .. ..... . By
-- -- Variety


1,2941
8,5821
4,265'
1 1
286C
1

341
116W
4,039
11,0541
5.437:
111


294 336
1.2671
1,1S4| 1,0201 4,9311
6,1451 1.585 32,91
2,23 4 1. 80 25. 35'.
:51 41 2.3101
S1,9: 11
[ I 9,372
1.6731 501.)10
92, 17,1717-
3,2981 12 2So
6.8941 2,(;7;' 17,119
3.321 1,552 27.6235
S 290
I1, 26
1 's- 5


Totals Totals
By Kind All
of Fruit Kinds
of Fruit


2,.;09






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11G
IGI
101
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101
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] 4[ 361 361 261 121
791 1S41 1,753 2,91z2 2,9251 3,4741 1,939
S I 111 33| 49 611 56
2,18S, 711 5,686 12,5t4 32,968 40,709| 77,772
311| 2i 5,9~0, 15., i74 39,1691 42,001 76,313
895 8,0811 14,243i 24,756d 16,196 20,318
20| -I.;: 87 1081 27, 15
74| 128. 1,0891 3,3931 6,113| 1,545| 6,579
3,820 17,1531 55,44)1 57,9251 51,343| 59,8791 1,395
61 251 364, 306 199, 1431 7
1,104 15,064 61,8641 86,9781 83011| 109,904| 65,018
31 257: 790 1.154, 1.3531 1,916 1,0761
2,6171 93| 14,656 45,512| 92,420 110,613 211,007
6,325 71 80,729 212,514 372,111 350,9981 550,4806
5,574 60 170,6781 371,439 533,3181 353,3471 441,499
739[ 8,898 22,3831 25,3241 24,490| 13,137 5,389]
3061 3701 19,575 79,1911 162,7761 63,1591 206,809
131 724 3,1;61 6,143] 6,559| 5,3271 40
71 5911 2,.S 9 4.60 | 5,140: 6.913 3,448
8I 178 71
31 21:. 1.246| 3,202 4,1871 7,590
19 51 1.S70 6,102 12,4691 12,358 17.109
151 36 5,5961 15,0121 22,915 18,2611 19,9971
20 31 65' 1221 171 341 101
8 6341 2,1621 4,5171 423 3,5211
93 9741 1,4831 1,5361 1,3061 1,0501 2811
I 1 5 i 5]1
881 2,260] 5,573 8.0051 9561 12,931 8,208
S28 251 161 81 1
8 253 1351 154] 1641 1471
S 4S1 2,04'1 4,4131 5,4331 4,746
1 1,1271 4,680 6,6241 6,047] 4,581
2| 381 1371 4041 631
91 719 2,1641 3,056] 2.7861 2,448


26 1 1 1141
26 106 13698
|I 21O :.nssO
97,543 87,493, 9,242 66,236
96,7301 77,397 15.954 369,608S
13,7481 5,792 2,281' 106,3091
SI 300| 842,452
2,258 175[ 32 21,3861 21.3861 97,719
3371 2201 247,5211
I 2[ 1,333;
4.6891 6,637[ 434,269
25[ 82; 6,656 689.779
242,283[ 260,454| 17,586 997,241
485,537 425,300| 60,0091 2,544,074
272,1201 103,961: 49,6311 2,301,6271
1,5351 231 102,1211 5945.06i:
31,0011 950[ 830 561,167 564.167 7.1; ,0!
I I 21,942
102| 1471 23,785
I I I 391 45.7(;6
6,842[ 5,3961 72 29,434:
12,4231 10.0741 560 72.9S89
10,8451 4,076| 1.635 98,3SS
S | 453 201,2 ;4
103i 11,368 11,36 2-s :
76 6,799
45 1,311 I 47,982
SI 7' 54., ;'
102| 38] 773
3.283[ 7251 321 21.15
2,690 905[ 89 26.7431
I I 644 49,:31:
8751 13' I 12,070] 12 070 1' ( 252





CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT: (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless;
(4) Pink Seedless. ORG: (5) Early; (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG.: (9) All.
GRAPEFRUIT
36 46 54 64 1 70 1 80 96 100-112 126 150
Totals
ORANGES Totals
96-100 112 126 150 I 176 I 200 216 250 288 324-360 By Kind Totals Totals
COUNTY TEPLE ORANGES of Fruit By Kind All
a, TEMPLE ORANGES Kinds
*~ 48 60 76 90 106 120 144 168 .............. By of Fruit
TANGERINES Variety of Fruit
100 120 176 200 210 246 29N4 336
> ...... 100 120 150 1 176 T 200 210 246 294 33 i


Pasce ..................G| 1 2,9791 6,076 15,1231 15,1751 12,737 17,219 30
IGI 16 46 301 525 604 1,674
I 3 329 2,113 12,817 22,081 22,971 50,873 45,624
|G 4 4 103 165 190 218 327 227
S 5 317 580 1,102 1,747 1,452 6,463
S6 31 2,221 6,992 14,509 11,978 37,263
S7 70 13,454 41,2631 55,868 42,270 67,705
10 8 5 15 361 8 23 26 7
TI 9 1 461 1,7661 5,:62| 6,897 4,564 5,611

IGI 3 1,0851 7,7891 37,!150 50.$82 56,9161 101,639 79,860
IGI 4 2 521 508' 1,071 1,618! 5.4141 5,263
01 5 202 1,180' 2.170 4.9R2' 5.6601 10,183
01 6 31 1.871; 5.i;0 11.221 15.023 31,8401
O01 7 1591 5.'70 17.1:' 30 04" 27.824: 38,8101
101 8 2| 29 124 1S1 27(1 130: 621


69,3391
3,166
13,941 7,547 569 178,865!
46 221 1,3021 252,6721
10,609 22,592 1101 44,972
45,991 32,673 6,6641 158,322
48,700 17,508 5,7401 292,578
4 3 1241 495,996
880 33 25.1601 25,1601 773,S28
1[ 295.3911
5,000
11,183 10,451 :357,1051
1,251 1,0061 13 16,1971 673,6931
13,882 11,396 5591 50,3191 I
36.666 23,653 3,442 132,358 !
33.9531 15.883 5,887 175.068'
I I 807' :58.5521


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ITI
I'olk ................... I G I
IGI
IGI
IGI
101
101
IOI
101
101
ITI
tutnam ................ IG I
IG
0
101
101


0 Saint Johns ............I
IG1
IOI


IGI
IGI


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10


Sarasota ................ IGI
SrasotaIG
101


9 9 15 2,226 8,108
1 11,557 144,826 393,2211 398,265
2 84 491 13701 1,496
3 2,919 69,573 291,597 359,154
4 111 1391 8691 1,299
51 3,2271 169| 17,2061 49,080
6 3,051[ 1401 58,729| 156,914
7 11,941 211 394,6051 703,166
8 754 11,1081 22,7261 23,975
91 375 1,129! 48,7001 143,279
1 75! 6611 1,3141 1,820
3 21 372 1,114| 1,168
5 371 34 1,033[ 1,992
6 403! 9 2,4821 7,525
7 40 3181 1,362
8' 5 28
9 13 1,102 3.735
1 53 1171 364 624
31 1 2 4
5 23 214
6 5 19 148
7 2 15 204
91 I 71 19
11 5,186 18,9101 58,853 54,260
21 63 349 1,539 1,906
3' 5,551 22,142 90,851 98,241
4 13 133 984 1,406
5 9 2111 673
6 246 4,1941 10,137
7 1,745 18,808 34,911
8 37 903 3,522 4,865
9 95 203 8,774 18,240
1 94 138 561 426
3 58 831 4,245 5,079


11,690 6,6361 9,255
337,931 324,8081 6,796
1,576 2,8661 23
325,610 486,4221 312,086
1,6501 2,9571 2,125
107,316[ 121,4031 240,719
307,786 263,233! 449,198
875,387 436,8171 539,842
17,9441 10,349 4,589
266,089[ 53,471 261,385
1,7111 1,592 27
1,180 1,185! 454
3,848 5,324 7,844
12,555 14,336 20,306
3,098 3,559 5,348
43 19 29
7,369 1,574 6,425
664 481 245
9 5 38
678 1,206 5,216
314 701 2,598
358 502 2,178
86 50 425.
44,221 36,875 981
1,869 1,861
98,289 113,324 56,993
1,459 1,999 1,335
2,325 2,828 4,1391
21,913 24,280 34,358
53,257 40,813 39,167
5,384 4,340 2,246
26,791 9,165 17,311
373 101 2
4,5541 5,021 2,2661


2,218 19 1640,176; 40,176[ 1,072.421
62 237 10 1,617,7131 |
1 7,9071
15,160 32,232 2981 1,895,051|
102 184 | 9,336 3,530,0071
256,198 255,369 23,464! 1,074,151
387,679 307,155 19,2641 1,953,149
254,514 108,1441 21,5211 3,345,958
1,082 44 9 92,580 6,465,838
34,482 2,259 40 811,209 811,209110,807,054
31 1 7,203 |
15 31 5,540! 12,743
8,787 8,069 2261 37,528 I
20,223 12,762 5,2681 95,869:
4,176 2,515 1,4601 21,8761
2 126, 155,399W
1,530 1341 211 21,903 21,903 190.045
64 2,612
6 651 2,677
7,625 2,260 348 17,5701
5,403 1,864 1,6461 12,6981
1,888 788 7591 6,694! 36.962'
229 816 8161 40,455
9 21 219,316 |
7,587
1,030 6,882 246 493,549
1 371 7,700 728,1521
4,9221 2,1971 2061 17.5101
44,6911 24,848 4,684| 169,3511
35,6711 12,406 6,991! 243,7691
8161 121 22.1251 452.755
4,1571 281 84,7641 84,764 1,265.671
I[ I 2 1.6931
1 I 22,0541 23,7471





CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 24, 1940-June 30, 1941
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT: (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless;
(4) Pink Seedless. ORG: (5) Early; (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG.: (9) All.


GRAPEFRUIT
36 46 54 64 70 | 80 96
.O I RANGES
L 96-100 112 126 150 -176 2 1 216
COUNTY
COUNTY - .---. TEMPLE ORANGES
48 60 76 90 I 106 120 144
-- TANGERINES
S > .... 100 120 150 | 176 2 200 210
Sarasota (Continued) .. [O 5 | 71 3| 1 1.62.;5 5.91 (;
O 6. 101 447T 2 l, 38 2.2501 7,0821
101 7 2 1,35S ; S IS 5.076 9.75![
Seminole .............. [G 1 701 9,121 21,3S1 18, 365 17,733 15,030i 9
IG 2 381 701 801 92' 931 89
1GI 3 125, 3,642 14.19. 19 4 2 2.wi "4, 39 12, 464
IG 4 3 241 60 i S| 61 30 4
[O 5 1,731 4: 4,0651 7,732 !4 373 16,9491 2,690
0! 6 1,0641 331 19,3651 42.837 76.197 78.1751 112.825
10 71 775| 26,0134 49,516| 64,156: 52,0161 54,063
10 8' 69| 9091 2,8841 :.542 2,9101 2.111 1.251
ITI 9i 33 86 2,469| 9.631 19 282[ 3.418 21,33.
Sumt-r ................ GI 1 9| 24' 27' 12 f
S 3 10! 19 771 179 2161
[10 5 39 I 10S 127 201' 1751 2231
10 1 1 51 1fi 2301 4171 1,236
0 71 1 21 471 1741 2381 564


100-112 126 150
- Totals
250 288 324-360 By Kind Totals Totals
S-- of Fruit By Kind All
168 ...... y of Fruit Kinds
--- Variety of Fruit


246
8,406
6,117
6,0001

180
32,4541
103,918,
34,5281
412
2.557

2591
3,2481
1.1111


294 336
7,914 i 25,153
5,8761 921 24,90'
3,1061 1,4161 38,2331 88,289 112,036
I 1 82,370
1 r 471'
1,547 98.,0741
i 3431 181,25S
29.528 1.4921 137.018!
80,9301 13,138' 528,482
13,903 3,984| 298.9751
39| 11 14 181 7R.! W!O
1081 58,923 58.923 1.21 .7 7
S I 811
I I 5011 5821
235 14! 1.3811
4,789[ 3,1161 13,0571
1,1911 5171 3,8441 18.282






|TI 9 I I S 29 39! 61
V .. ........ ..... 1 1,004 3,57' 9,891 !1,427 S8S4 8.02(0[ 33
IG 2 31 6 41 41
|GI 3 105! 56! 2,769 5,258S; 7. 23A 9,3341 5,705
IGI 4 4 1.1 300 441 44
101 51 6871 12 3.3251 9,649 22,057 24,144- 38,967
O01 6 762 33' 5.3701 16,57 36,2861 37,0541 59,087
101 7' f36' 19 7.0 5' 14,3261 28,959 23,3791 30,0911
101 8 5 S 139 181 1271 761 24
ITI 9 2 1871 3,8161 12,6491 24.4231 12,4081 25,780
Sta tide ..............IGI 1 49,4151320.,72 857,6781 8,7,1101 725,2131 688,7091 19,230
0GI 21 5711 2,6 61 8,764' 9675 9.:1301 11,7871 50
IGI 3 22,00)0188.0381 760,040 944,272[ 914,52511.263,3941 816,902'
IGI 4 215[ 2.205' 10.2291 15.57:: 19.0481 30,13,1 21.4011
101 51 14,8171 5271 65,4691 179,666 382.452 451,922 856,539
101 61 17,1251 7931 266.3281 696,10211,292.42911.216,986 1,974,1301
101 71 30,4761 5041 797.91911,597.102'2.177.35911,364,7661,681,665
101 81 2,051 28,4561 69,173 80,010 78,2761 46,4291 20,378
ITI 9! 1,619 4,223 125,424 384,4231 697,6371 209,094 719,509
Stnt..wide ............. IGI All 72.2011513,47111.636,711 1,826,630 1, 68,116 1,994,028 857,583
1015,6&7 62,418 1,82411,129,716 2,472.87013,852,24013,033,674 4,512,334[
0r 8 2,051 28,4561 69,1731 80,0101 78.2761 46,429 20,3781
IT 9 1,619 4,223 125,4241 384,423! 697,637[ 209,094 719,509


0o .4 25,1 251 19,11.
25 7 4 ,17 I
451 5611 31.569
6 143 74,9161
43,489 31.261 4.261 177,.855
63,9701 41,255 13,100| 273,4841
25,1841 12,202 3,852i 145,7431
11 I 5611 597.643:
7,393 1,357 24 88,039 88.039' 760.59S
5741 1,296 101 3.519,8071
3| 2 42,8381
56,2381 92.666 1,113 5.059,188
1.6691 2,S381 13 103.3291 8,725.162
974.9311 933.768 81,715' 3.141,801;
1,885,8301 1,457,368 228,308! 9,035,3991
1,040,4881 446,854 151,817' 9,288,9501
5.7381 555 21 331,087122,597,2421
128,9541 12,2821 3301 2,283,4951 2,283,49533,605,899
58,4841 96,802 1,136' 8,725,1621
3,901,2491 2,837.9901 461,840' [ 1
5.7381 5551 21' 3 1,087122.597.242
128,9541 12.282 3n'0 2.283.4951 2.281.495133.605,899






























County 0 z z ;zm
-Z* Z l z0 0Z 1Z

Alachua 35,863 1,246
Brevard 896,441 23,197 10,309
Broward 35,265
Citrus 33 2
Dade 54,495 238 48
Desoto 101,527 36,463 335
Duval 67,224 22,727 1,931
Hardee 129 1,829
Hernando 11,566 59,609
Highlands 129,198 56,437 12,476
Hillsborough 113,304 5 38,257 705
Indian River 855,739 33,481 10,142
Lake 548,569 6,941 172,333 19,327
Lee 97,679 1,617 401
Manatee 219,868 1,064
Marion 354,692 15,997 384
Orange 1,289,942 314 482,918 76,172
Osceola 387 2,320
Palm Beach 43,341 4,482
Pasco 48,254 23,457
Pinellas 663,852 38,000 507
Polk 2,337,614 728,427 66,940
Putnam 10,076 5,246 75
Saint Johns 31,371 816
Saint Lucie 1,093,558 76,100 18,020
Sarasota 58,152
Seminole 96,746 47,453 10,067
Sumter 18,740 251
Volusia 321,885 128 53,142 1,891
Statewide 9,535,510 7,2601 1281 1,927,1091 229,7301


















CITRUS CONTAINER REPORT (INCLUDING S. M. A. PURCHASES) SEASON 1940-1941 (THROUGH JUNE 30, 1941)
(All figures represent equivalent standard boxes (1-3/5 bushels)-transported in listed type of container)


NZm u)Zm






5,712


6,901|


65! 1391



16| 2,8281
I

1 1,6391
412]
161 14,134!





4i
101: 31,765


^*0 0
-n-


21,993! 39
48,453 396
54,106
2,822! 158
168,293
357,299 666
603,0901 36,049
111,119! 4,841
73,531
500,823 2,624
1,011,870 3,430
110,157 366!
1,660,879 8,287
94,342 93
37,800 103
375,520 4,591
4,817,079! 86,148!
219,785 1 9,379
63,4751
704,877 88
440,086 574
7,277,408 200! 66,704
106,5881 1 16,152
8,222
96,592 55
54,6381
1,014,558 13,542

247,1141 31,642
20.282,519 200 285.927


366 760
3,738
926
5,874 420
6
27,829 2,283 1 75
35,296 14,535[ 100
200
2,426
5,561 1,152
57,435 6,665' 4
1,1601 259|
3,077 198,370 25 13,461 5,8131 1301
257 1 |
4,676 862
87,700 3,840
246,9874 26,3241 448
40

5,563 390 651
7,543 2,6881 1
13! 347,375 76,9851 3,488
S19832,52 .452 501
46
2,732 435 7
846
2240,969 2,4771
124 8
193,9941 810 2
13! 3,077 1,232,387 25 156.275 5 815 4 392


0
N
y)
" ,So ^-o
M, E c
S:*- 3 -' -^0 0 r
-Y- 003 3-y[Q C3,0 1.00
ca C3 tnU
o ~ my m, ,
|t0i -M I n" ^.( C-x it
-o L) ns J~i -r r ro nr
oomt in C ^CQ Lnm3 OC UU


90
10,761

16,687
25
7


251
1,415 435
5,522
1,354 580 4

2

1,656 1,785 2.3251

5,297
8
2,775
21,365| 1,867 84! 525;


12,191 16


241
25,798 58.516 135 2 850


61,017
982,655
101,058
9,369
239,767
528,453
795,360
118,118
147,132
722,062
1,243.096
1,016,826
2,664,277
194,389
264,375
850,582
7,095,465
259,626
116,635
786,091
1,157,595
1,130 11,066,804
172,309
40,455
1,299,706
112,876
1,232,640
19,115
757,375
1,130 34.055.228









Surplus Marketing Administration
Purchases
November 18, 1940 March 22, 1941

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

BREVARD COUNTY
Packing House or Shipper Location Gft.
American Fruit Growers, Inc., Cocoa .......... 4,200
Brevard Packing Company .... Mims .......... 5,200
D'Albora, J. V., Company .... Cocoa .......... 5,040
Porcher, E. P., Estate of ...... Cocoa .......... 420
Total Purchases from Brevard County ........ 14,860
DADE COUNTY
Redland C G A ................. Goulds ......... 10,85S
Silver Palm Fruit Growers Assn. Iedland ....... 17.576
South Florida Fruit Growers .. Goulds ......... 14,280
Total Purchases from Dade County ............. 42,714
DESOTO COUNTY
Browder, D. H., Son & Company Arcadia ........ 2,084
Fort Ogden C G A ............. Fort Ogden .... ,328
Nocatee Packing Company, Inc. Nocat.e ....... 6,300
Sunny South Packing Company Arcadia ........ 5,364
Youth Valley Coop. Ass'n ...... Arcadia ........ 12,600
Total Purchases from DeSoto County .......... 29,676
HARDEE COUNTY
Alexander & Baird Company .. Wauchula ...... 7,046
Carlton Fruit Company, Inc. .. Wauchula ..... 4,972
Total Purchases from Hardee County .......... 12,018
HERNANDO COUNTY
Brooksville C G A ............. Brooksville .... 7,980
Brooksville Fruit Company .... Brooksville .... 1,256
Total Purchases from Hernando County ........ 9,236
HIGHLANDS COUNTY
American Fruit Growers, Inc... Avon Park ... 11,740
Avon Park C G A .............. Avon Park .... 6,234
Lake Byrd Citrus Packing Co. Avon Park .... 11,120
Lake Placid Packing Co., Inc... Lake Placid .... 2,050
Palmer Packing House ........ Avon Park .... 3,780
Sebring Fruit Growers Ass'n .. Sebring ........ 2,940
Withers & Harshman, Inc. .... Sebring ........ 2,100
Total Purchases from Highlands County ...... 39,964
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Barnes, John S., Inc. ......... Plant City ...... 5,404
Coarsey-Parker Packing Co. .. Tampa ......... 450
Fugazzi Brothers Inc. ........ Valrico ........ 5,460
Plant City Packing Co., Inc... Plant City ...... 3,288
Sampson Brothers ............ Seffner 1,350
Thompson Packing Company .. Tampa ........ 3,070
Tyner Fruit Company, Inc .... Thonoosassa .. 840
Walter, Ebe J. ................ Goldstein ....... 7,560
Total Purchases from Hillsborough County ...... 27,422
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
American Fruit Growers, Inc... Wabasso ....... 10,803
Graves Brothers Company .... Wabasso ....... 10,920
Indian River Associates, Inc. .. Vero Beach .... 3,360
Indian River Packing Company Gifford ........ 2,520
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc. .. Vero Beach .... 13,004
Total Purchases from Indian River County .... 40,607
LAKE COUNTY
Altoona Packing Company, Inc. Altoona ........ 450
Austin, WV. F., dba, The Orange
Car Packing House .......... Tmatilla ....... 4,814
B & B Packing House L ..... ustis ......... 450
Cauthen Packing Company .... Lesburg .......4,620
Eustis Packing Company, The Eustis ......... 1,212
Fields, S. A.. & Company .... ('onftr Siding .. 8,00S
Grove Fruit Parking Company (I ovcland ..... 1.260
Growers Marketing Service, Inc. Lesllbur. ....... 2.100
Hadlock Fruit Company .......Mount I rn .... 420
Herlong. A. S., & Company .... Lesurii ....... 40
Herndon., L. 1. ................ Y lahn ... ...... 2,0S4
Hixway I'acking Company ...... I, slur' ...... ,.150
Kranmers Packing House ...... l.,(.lllur'. .....
Laco Sales Company ......... LTdy Lake ..... 1,648










Surplus Marketing Administration
Purchases
November 18, 1940- March 22, 1941

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
LAKE COUNTY (Continued)


Packing House or Shipper
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc.
Lake Region Packing Ass'n. ..
Leesburg Fruit Company ......
Lent, A. V. & V. E. ...........
Minneola growerss Packing Co.
Peter, E. ...................
Ro-E-Gains Fruit Company,
Inc., H s. N o. 2 ...............
Simpson FIruit Cumpany ........
Umatilla C G A ................
Umatilla Fruit Company, The .
Vaughn-Griffin Packing Co. ..
Vaughn-Griffin Packing Co ...
Williams, Parks, Fruit Co ....


Location
Leesburg ......
Tavares .......
Leesburg ......
Sorrento ........
Minneola ......
Leesburg ......

Clermont ......
Mount Dora ....
Umatilla .......
Umatilla .......
Howey ........
Leesburg ......
Leesburg ......


Total Purchases from Lake County ............ 89,358
LEE COUNTY
Alva Packing Company, Inc. .. Alva ........... 8,379
Furen Packing Company ...... Fort Myers .... 3,360
Lee County Packing Company Fort Myers .... 11,760
Owanita C G A ................ Alva ........... 9,641

Total Purchases from Lee County ............ 33,140
MANATEE COUNTY
Courtney, 1). M., Inc. ........ Palmetto ...... 840
Manatee Fruit Company ...... Palmetto ...... 7,920
Parrish, K. S. ................. M anatee ....... 3,780
Peerless Fruit Company, Inc. .. Palmetto ...... 4,149
Peerless Fruit Company, Inc... Manatee ........ 3,340
Wiggins Packing House ....... Manatee ....... 2,100

Total Purchases from Manatee County ........ 22,129
MARION COUNTY
loyer Packing Corporation .... Weirsdale ..... 808
Marion County Citrus Company Weirsdale ..... 2,520
\\eirsdale Packing Company .. Weirsdale ...... 9,777

Total Purchases from Marion County .......... 13,105
ORANGE COUNTY
American Fruit Growers, Inc. .. Maitland ...... 10,080
Apopka Citrus Company ...... Apopka ........ 1,290
13ritt, M. C., Produce Company Winter Garden 3,732
Crown Fruit Company, Inc. .. Fairvilla ....... 840
lominey, E. P., Fruit Company Orlando ....... 3,340
Fairview Groves ........ F a ...... F ill 1,680
Gentile Brothers Company .... Winter Park ... 19,128
(rowers Fruit & Produce Co.,
Inc. ......................... Ocoee .......... 1,680
Horne, L. P. ................. . rlando ........ 1,800
Johnson, Luther T., Company Zellwood ....... 824
Lake Catherine Groves ....... Maitland ...... 1,260
Lake Ola Fruit Company ..... Tangerine ...... 420
McCall Fruit Company, Inc. .. Orlando ........ 3,740
M M S Fruit Company ........ Zellwood ....... 420
Norma Fruit Corporation ..... Ocoee .......... 1,260
Orange Stale Groves .......... Zellwood ...... 2,700
Orlando C G A ................ Orlando ........ 7,044
Plymouth C G A ............... Plymouth ...... 15,960
Hichardson, W. E. & Son, Inc.. Apopka ........ 1,680
Iloper Brothers, Inc. .......... Winter Garden 8,984
Shlh. S. J. & ompan ....... Orlando ........ 2,100
Southern Fruit Distrib. Inc. ... Winter Garden 6,172
South Lake Apopka C G A .... ildenville ..... 2,084
Square Deal Fruit Co., Inc. ... inter Park .. 3,764
Symonds Fruit Company, Inc. Orlando ........ 1,260

Total Purchases from Orange County .......... 103,242
OSCEOLA COUNTY
1, & R Growers & Packers .... Kissimmee .... 1,228

Total Purcthases from Oseclil County .......... 1,228
PALM BEACH COUNTY
I':ihin I.lach-loxahatheeC Co. Loxnhatchee .. 420

Total Purchases I'rom I'alm Hleach County ..... 420


Gft.
7,523
7,980
3,150
2,250
5,460
3,360

13,020
407
5,020
4,556
420
420
3,344










Surplus Marketing Administration
Purchases
November 18, 1943 March 22, 1941

(In Terms of -3/5 Bushel Boxes)
PASCO COUNTY
Packing House or Shipper Location Gft.
Llf'rs C G A .................. El fers ......... 12,2063

Total Purchli b.es 1;l t I'aso Couniy ........ 12,263
PINELLAS COUNTY
LIe]clhe b'ruit (Colimpany)l ....... L. ar'go .......... 824


Bilgorle, Iavi & (Citipaity, Inc.
IJs. N o. ] ....................
LSilgore, 1)avid t& CiiipaiiAy, JIll
H s. N o. 2 ....................
'itrus1 City (;, row\1is A.s I. ....
Cleairwatlr (I rower As' ....
F'ii''aLZ i l ial II s (it',>\ .s Jileksni i i irs ;ov s ......
K x\- C Iroduce Coipiany .....
M\lanateo t'uit Coitmpani" ......
Iilne-(>'lle r.. : aH', i y (q, Im'.
Pi lmhn Ia trb tr ( ...........
'lnellas (.Grwl'er( )'aic i ihg Co.,
In c . .. .. . .. .. . .. . . .....
I'lliellas MIutual (Irowel'rs Ass 1n.
L'ln llas Mlautlual Uowe's Ass 11.
Skinner, 'P. I. .................
West Coast J''uit CompaIily ....


' il \water ... 15,960


'I, ti at, r . . 13,500
Cle.rwater .... 10,920
rijln hliiabo .. 1,680
St. IPtersbirg .. 420
'n l h 11 rlblor .. 4,200
S I. I tersli rg .. 120
I aliu [l. Ior .. 12,160

St. I't erinurg 2,100
( i : ihmana ..... 5,040
i.': wat r .... 840
Dunedinc ....... 4,200
Cl:r'wvat cr .... ,720


Total Purchases Ifrom I'ineil.ls County ........ 86,108
POLK COUNTY


Adamll i 'ac ini Company ....
Alcomlia 'iZtis CoopJ-rative ....
Alturnsi Clus il lruit Co., Inc. ..
Alturas-G'arfielld, Citrus Coop...
Altlura.s attacking (I )pany, 1inW.
liabBsoln IPark C GA ............
] lrnit .lohliI S., Ie. ..........
Central I'ruit Compaliny, h1I, ..
(ndt y, \V J. ....................
('onn r, II. C., Eslate, Inc. ....
('Antr in t Coli mi])m ]nl .
C'r-wvs, I-land R. . . . . . . .

l inde o C G A ..................
l ,1.L Ilake (C owveris, Inc. .....
]:dva'ids-lr;lrc: t-Ti llis, Jnc .
lvCiin ', i ii ., & C(, m 1lny ....
l''or Ilncl ( ~ 1 _A ...............
l-'orild:1 hl(d Citlrul- C.irpi ,ittioll
'Fanll lau, \:Aar i'o ipaIn ..
1 ruithila [s (Con)ll)anL i, 'iT .....
(;:iitei 'av it i C n p . .. .
lI; n li 1, i(- V l y .i .....i


I i!NVoi n Fruii CoiI nipiIny . . .
I olly ITill '(, p1 ativ- C' itrus
A ss' n . ...... .............
Iunlt Itro I'a ckh Holus,, l is .
International Fruit ('ororatfi ,
Keen Fruit (C'riloraiioi n .......
lake Al'reid lx'alkillu Con111l1ipan .
l.akeland C (I A ...............
Iake (Gal-field Nurseries Co. ..
Lakeland-Hr;iglalnd Coop. Assu.
lnake Vales C G A ............
Maxcy, T., Inc. ................
.McCall Fui]l C 1oiiipany, Tne. ..
McDonaIild (*iporlition., The ...
.M ixon, N A ..................
1' l at l'ruiti ( .o ,'rs. IncI . . .
]'atteor ,nl I'acklinl ('oIIl1:any ..
Peac-r ]ii-,' Poeac Riv Ir iriw ers, in(. ....l
lPeaoe [ivr lPaek a ('Co, 111'
Polk Packi' A'n 'iantion .....n
niv .ly (Gro n\ ps. Tnhe. ...........
Stanff r'd "''r itt (< m i-. \ '. ;:. TIc. ..

TS ,v i 'i l'] s n( ll inn .. ......

S I n .. ..

\\'il tr HJ \ 11 ( ... .......


A llbti'rnd ....
Lake Wale, ....
Alturas ........
il, (aL field ..l
Consial .......
BaIbson I'ark .


L ,,islial .
flighland City .'.
Alturas ........
Pabson Park .
Conshal ........
Winter Iaven ..
HTighland City ..
Winter Ilaven .
Dundee ........
Eagle Lake ....
ILakeland ......
Conshal .......
* loF! iCn i Villa
J.lk A rl' d .... .

SI-' ; S 1 ('ity ....
Taines City. ....

AuNnbrnlinl ....

Da\ enport .....
;.r: Ta Vabi s ... .
TE,'rne Park .
ol'' ii:.;)tproof .....
i, il Alfrn d ...
i1, k,.land ......
1.; '. Carfield ..
! ihlani City ,
Ila, WVales ...
S It I'o o f ....
_\l;le-land . .


1 ,:k,,lan]d ......
L iIk la ld . ..
Fort Sra'dle . .. .
Forl -Meade ... .
\ ''.it. r Ilnyen .
AWinter li'ven ..
!,:aIo \lfrod ...
i\ n1) i '1 ] .l .. .

I'al: 1,;n fl .


2,456
4,620
6,684
4,112
5,864
7,900
6,656
2,068
4,9776
1,680
5,!i1 1
SIC
3,7 1.
10,590
6,404
S20
1,260
11.370
3,:; 0
6,696
840
2,9140
8,820
1:3,01120
6,704

3,340
6,290
8, 120
6,252
1:3,860
3,344
3,296
14,134
13,440
2,060
2,520
10,920
6,720
450
1G;80
2,130
7,740
2,970
420
10,481
17,(20
4,200
S,:;04
1,200
01, '
5,1 76i
.,760










Surplus Marketing Administration
Purchases
November 18, 1940- March 22, 1941
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
POLK COUNTY (Continued)
Packing House or Shipper Location Gft.
Winter Haven Fruit Sales Corp. Winter Haven .. 7,124
Winter Haven Packng Company Winter Haven .. 6,294
Wiygul, Roland, Company, Inc. Highland City .. 840
Total Purchases from Polk County ........... 316,729
PUTNAM COUNTY
Crescent City Fruit Company Crescent City .. 3,718

Total Purchases from Putnam County ........ 3,718
SAINT LUCIE COUNTY
Fort Pierce Cooperative ...... Fort Pierce .... 8,926
Fort Pierce Growers Ass'n .... Fort Pierce .... 11,982
Indian River Citrus Associates. Fort Pierce .... 13,700
Total Purchases from Saint Lucie County .... 34,608
SARASOTA COUNTY
Allied Growers ................ Sarasota ....... 840
Total Purchases from Sarasota County ...... 840
SEMINOLE COUNTY
Fosgate, Chester C., Company Forest City .... 8,400
Geneva Fruit Company ........ Geneva ........ 420
Lake Charm Fruit Company .. Oviedo ......... 2,924
Nelson & Company, Inc....... Oviedo ......... 2,924
Sanford Fruit Company ...... Sanford ........ 3,360
Total Purchases from Seminole County ........ 18,028
VOLUSIA COUNTY
Alexander & Baird Company .. DeLand ........ 2,084
Alexander & Baird Company .. Pierson ........ 808
Calhoun Fruit Company, Inc... Barberville .... 1,664
McBride Packing Company .... Seville ......... 1,244
New Smyrna Packing Company New Smyrna .. 4,614
Parrish Fruit Company ........ DeLand ....... 2,220
Provatt, A. M ................ Seville ......... 3,780
Shiloh Fruit Packing Company Shiloh ......... 1,680
Strawn, Theodore, Inc. ........ DeLeon Springs 1,258
Total Purchases from Volusia County ........ 19,352
TOTAL STATEWIDE PURCHASES ...... 970,765

















S M A Purchases By Counties
November 18, 1940 March 22, 1941

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

County Grapefruit
B rev ard ....................... .................... .................. 14,860
D ade .......................................................... . ....... 42,714
D eS oto ........................................ ................... 29,676
H ardee ....................................... ............... 12,018
H ernando ........................................ ............. 9,236
H ighlands ............... ............... ...................... 39,964
H illsborough ..................................................... 27,422
Indian R iver ................................................ 40,607
Lake ........................................ 89,358
Lee ........................................ 33,140
M anatee ......................... ........ ......... 22,129
M arion ................................................................ 13,105
O range ............................... ..................... 103,242
O sceola .............................................................. 1,228
Palm Beach ........ ............................. 420
Pasco ....................................... 12,263
P inellas ................ .......................... ................ 86,108
P olk ................................................................. 316,729
P utnam ........................................................... 3,718
Saint Lucie .................................................... 34,608
Sarasota ........................................ 840
Sem inole ........................................ ................ 18,028
V olu sia .............................................................. 19,352

Statew ide Totals ............................ ................ 970.765


CONTAINERS USED FOR S M A PURCHASES
1-3/5 Bu. Nailed Box .... ................................. 70,721
1-3/5 Bu. Nailed Box, Without Partition .... 420
1-3/5 Bu. Wirebound Crate ............................ 850,124
4/5 Bu. M esh B ag ............................................ 49,500

T O TA L ............................................. .............. 970,765









Report Of The Bond And License
Department

There were 613 Licenses issued to Dealers, as
follows:
Registered Packing Houses 347
Registered Shippers who did not operate their
ow n packing houses ....................................... 34
Canning Plants .......................................... ........ 30
M miscellaneous ..................................... .................. 202

Six (6) Dealers posted cash bonds
am counting to .........................................$ 3,500.00
607 Dealers posted Surety Bonds
amounting to .................................... 786,950.00

Total amount of bonds posted $790,450.00
Licensed Dealers who registered more than one
(1) Packing House, are:
Alexander & Baird Company .................. 2
American Fruit Growers, Inc. ................. 6
John S. Barnes, Inc. .................................... 2
David Bilgore & Company, Inc. ............... 2
Chase & Com pany .................. ................... 3
Gentile Brothers Company ......................... 2
W alter Hawkins ......................................... 3
Indian Rocks Fruits, Inc. .............................. 2
International Fruit Corporation ................ 3
Manatee Fruit Company ............................. 2
L. Maxcy, Inc. ............................ 2
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc. ..................... 3
Dr. P. Phillips Company ............................... 4
Redland Fruit Company ............................. 2
Ro-E-Gains Fruit Company ....................... 2
Wetumpka Fruit Company ......................... 2
Licensed Dealers who operate Canning Plants
in addition to fresh fruit Packing Houses, are:


Adams Packing Company, Inc.
Holly Hill Fruit Products, Inc.
International Fruit Corporation
Lee County Packing Company
The McDonald Corporation
Mariana Grove Packers
Gregg Maxcy, Inc.
Pasco Packing Association
Peoples Packing Company, Inc.
Polk Packing Association
Southern Fruit Distributors, Inc.
Sunny South Packing Company
West Coast Fruit Company


Auburndale
Davenport
Lucerne Park
Fort Myers
Auburndale
Fort Myers
Lakemont
Dade City
Lakeland
Winter Haven
Winter Garden
Arcadia
Clearwater


CITRUS FRUIT CANNERS


Apte Brothers Canning Company
Bordo Products Company
Bruce's Juices, Inc.
California Packing Corporation
Citrus Concentrates, Inc.
DeLand Canning Company
Domino Canning Association
E. E. Edenlield Company
F. & M. Packing Company
Florida Fruit Canners, Inc.
Floridagold Citrus Corporation


Tampa
Winter Haven
Tampa
Tampa
Dunedin
DeLand
Bradenton
Lakeland
Brooksville
Frostproof
Lake Alfred








Report Of The Bond And License
Department

CITRUS FRUIT CANNERS (Continued)
Florida Grapefruit Canning Co., Inc. Bradenton
Floriorange Canneries, Inc. Mt. Dora
Florida Citrus Canners Cooperative Lake Wales
Heart of Florida, Inc. Orlando
Hills Brothers Company Bartow
L. E. Holloway Company Leesburg
Holly Hill Fruit Products, Inc. Davenport
Lakeland-Highlands Canning Co., Inc. Highland City
Mitchell Canneries, Inc. Ft. Meade
Norris & Alexander, Inc. DeLand
Peace River Canning Company Wauchula
Dr. P. Phillips Canning Company Orlando
The Polk Company Haines City
Roberts Brothers, Inc. Winter Haven
H. A. Shaver, Inc. Lakeland
stokely Brothers & Company, Inc. Tampa
The Sun. Dine Company, Inc. Lake Alfred
Sunshine Foods, Inc. Winter Haven
Wegner Canning Corporation Eustis
Canners who operate more than one plant are:
Apte Brothers Canning Co. 2 Lake Garfield & Tampa
Floridagold Citrus Corp. 3 Dundee, Eagle Lake and
Lake Alfred
The Polk Company 2 Haines City and Tampa

COMPLAINTS HANDLED
Eighteen (18) complaints filed during the 1939-
1940 season disposed of.
One Hundred Twenty-Eight (128) complaints
filed during the 1940-1941 season.
Twenty-Five (25) hearings held on complaints
under Section 7.
Seven (7) hearings held on Revocation Pro-
ceedings under Section 8.
Bonds of the following Dealers were paid by
Bonding Companies and the money distributed on
a pro rata basis to grower claimants:


Amount of
Grower
Dealer Claim
J. H. Coker $ 280.00
E. M. Knouse t/a Dad's Stand 158.40
Manatee Cannery. Inc. 73.15
New South Packing Compcny 375.48
Spada Fruit Company, Inc. 17,026.14
Weycourt Distributors, Inc. 1,917.73


Amount
Recovered
from
Bonds
$ 280.00
158.40
73.15
375.48
2,000.00
1,000.00


Four (4) com!,aints were filed by this Depart-
ment against Citrus Fruit Dealers for alleged vio-
lations of the Citrus Law, namely:
E. E. Edenfield Company Lakeland
Haven Fruit Company Auburndale
Chas. II. Wimberly Lakeland
Winter Haven Packing Company Winter Haven








Licenses of the following Dealers were suspend-
ed for failure to comply with Commissioner's Order
as provided in Section 8.


R. E. Goddard
Hall Packing Company, Inc.
Hancock Fruit Company
National Growers Outlet
Winter Haven Packing Company


Jacksonville
Ocoee
St. Petersburg
Orlando
Winter Haven


License of Chas. H. Wimberly, Lakeland, sus-
pended by Order.
In addition to the shippers listed elsewhere in
this report, licenses to deal in citrus fruits were
issued to the following:


DEALER
Abood, Martin
Addison, Guyton & Calvin
Adkins, Paul
Ambrose Groves, Inc.
Aslan, E. D.
Atlantic Commission Co., I
Azrack, Joseph

Baas, J. H.
Banks, Robert
Basemore, Horace L.
Beardsley, J. L. & J. H.
Bilbrey, Charlie
Blow, Cargill
Bonita Fruit Sales Compat
Bowman, J. E.
Branch, E. H.
Breadwell, J. E.
Brewer, J. Walter
Bronson, L. K.
Buchman, Julius
Butler & Dees
Byrd & Lindvall

Calderwood Groves
Castleberry, W. M.
Cates, A. H.
Causey, J. W.
Causey, W. D.
Cayson, Jessie L.
Church, O. W. & J. H.
Citrus Grove Development
Cobb, Bernie
Cobb, James William
Conway Brothers, Inc.
Cook, B. C.
Coone's Packing House
Courtesy Fruit Market
Cox, J. D.

Davidson, Robert IH.
Davidson, Thomas W.
Davis, Edgar Lee
DeFoe, Walter Hubert
DeFoe, T. A.
Dixon, Ike
Donahoe, James
Dugan, Herbert
Duke, D. C.


LOCATION
Jacksonville
Haines City
Dundee
Winter Haven
Jacksonville
:nc. Plant City
Miami

Lady Lake
Dade City
Avon Park
Orlando
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
ny Davenport
Avon Park
Cocoa
Winter Garden
Arcadia
Orla Vista
Plant City
Plant City
Haines City

Princeton
Orla Vista
Eustis
Haines City
Haines City
Winter Haven
Orlando
Company Babson Park
Winter Haven
Largo
Jacksonville
Haines City
San Mateo
St. Petersburg
Lake Hamilton

Lake Hamilton
Winter Haven
Haines City
Clearwater
Eustis
Winter Haven
Frostproof
Stuart
Orlando








DEALER
Duncan & Johnson
Dunson, R. F. & Son
Durden, T. C.
Duval Fruit Company
Dwoskin, I.

E. T. C. Fruit Company
Edwards, Arthur Tillis, Jr.
Edwards-Hawes Company
Ellis, Ed
Ellison & Sumners
Enterprise Lumber Company
Erskine & Lee
Estes Groves

Fairview Packing Company
Fern Grill Fruit Packing Co.
Fleetwood Groves, Inc.
Field's First Avenue Fruit Store
Flicker, E. F.
Florida Citrus Exchange
Fomby, J. W. & Son
Fountain, H. L. & J. L.
Fowler, H. W.
Foxleigh Groves
Gaffney, D. C.
Gentile, Joseph, Jr.
Gilbert Brothers
Gillham, Chas. C.
Gladden, W. A. Jr.
Goddard, R. E.
Gotsch, Oscar
Griffin, John M.
Griffin, E. F.
Griffin, Eugene F.
Grapefruit Distributors, Inc.
Gross & Hannah
Hackney, G. W. & Son
Hagen, Thomas O.
Hagan, John W.
Hammock, Warren
Hampton, M. N.
Hart, L. V.
Hart, W. H.
Haskins, Robert L.
Haydon, V. D.
Heller Brothers, Inc.
Highlands Truckinj Company
Hill, Gordon L.
Hitching Post, The
Hobart, J. E.
Hoke, Frank
Horton, A. T.
Howard, Eugene
Howell & Henry
Howey, W. J. Company
Hudson & Ellenburg
Hughes, C. D.
Hughes, W. P.
Hulse, Walter & Harold
Huntley, J. S.
Hurst, Robert Lee
Hutto, Roy


LOCATION
Haines City
Winter Haven
Wauchula
Jacksonville
Jacksonville

Bradenton
Lakeland
Dade City
Haines City
Bartow
Tampa
Haines City
Melbourne

McIntosh
St. Petersburg
Cocoa
St. Petersburg
Dade City
Tampa
Umatilla
Lakeland
Arcadia
Bradenton

Haines City
Orlando
Lakeland
Lakeland
Winter Haven
Jacksonville
Lake Hamilton
Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Davenport
Orlando

White City
Largo
St. Petersburg
Indian Rocks
Highlands City
Orlando
Leesburg
Highlands City
Winter Haven
Orlando
Highlands City
Orlando
St. Petersburg
Lakeland
Winter Haven
Dundee
Largo
Haines City
Howey
Haines City
Winter Haven
Auburndale
Orlando
Winter Haven
lHaines City
alnrtow








DEALER
Jacobs, L. T.
Jax Fruit Distributors
Johnson, A. D.
Johnson, A. J.
Joiner, H. H.
Jones, W. P. Produce Company
Jones, W. J. & J. W. Fraddosio

Kamenoff, L.
Kersey, B. M.
Kersey, John L.
King, C. W.
Knight, C. D.

Langley, A. R.
Langley, J. B.
Langley, J. H.
Leak Produce Company
Lewis, J. B.
Lewis, J. P.
Lewis, T. C.
Lewis, Vernon C.
Lloyd, Austin
Long, H. C.
Long, Paul
Love, Wm. L.

Mack's Orange Box
Mann, W. J.
Mansfield, A. I.
Marshall, C. M. & D. G.
Maxwell, T. H.
McCall, John
McGiboney, L. D.
McNeer, F. L.
Merritt, J. R.
Miller, Alva
Mills, C. W.
Milne Fruit Packing Company
Moore, H. G.
Morris, Henry E.
Mullis, H. F.

Newcomb, W. C.
Niederer & Hirsch
Noggle, H. W.
Nunn, Glenn G.

Orange Mill, The

Park Fruit Company
Paul Fruit Company
Pearson, R. L.
Pelton, Mrs. W. B. & Geo.
Perry, Howard
Phillips, A. D.
Phillips, D.
Pierce, Edward G.
Pollock & Hancock
Putnam, Dudley

Rayburn, B. G.
Read Brothers;
Reynolds, F. W.
Rigby Packing House
Rizzo, J. R.


LOCATION
Orlando
Jacksonville
Wauchula
Haines City
Winter Garden
Jacksonville
Ozona

Orlando
Highlands City
Clearwater
Brandon
Wauchula

Lakeland
Lakeland
Lakeland
Jacksonville
Arcadia
Thonotosassa
Tampa
Lakeland
Fort Pierce
Haines City
Vero Beach
Winter Haven

Dania
Frostproof
Lakeland
Haines City
Avon Park
Winter Haven
Avon Park
Lake Alfred
Auburndale
Plant City
Ft. Meade
St. Petersburg
Orlando
Haines City
Highlands City

Largo
Tampa
Winter Haven
Orlando

Dania
St. Petersburg
Eagle Lake
Orlando
Sulphur Springs
Haines City
Bartow
Miami
Bartow
Highlands City
Bartow

Plant City
Arcadia
Bartow
Hawthorn
Miami









Robinson, Albert E. & J. J. Lakeland
Robertson & Strickland Haines City
Rogers, J. B. Highlands City
Rosell, A. G. Lake Hamilton
Rooks & Willingham Haines City
Ruggles Orange Grove Redland
Rumpsa, Paul L. Avon Park
Russell's Tropical Fruit Juice Co. Miami
Rutherford Products, Inc. S. Miami
Schocoff's West Palm Beach
Scott Brothers Fruit Company Winter Haven
Scott, J. Max Orlando
Shepard, Roy L. Winter Haven
Simmons, Dallas J. Bradenton
Simonton Fruit Company, Inc Tampa
Smith, Ralph Dundee
Sommers Market St. Petersburg
Stephens, A. M. Sebring
Stevenson, Fred Palmetto
Stone & Chapman Orlando
Sullivan, Gussie Frostproof
Sphaler, W. G. Pinecastle
Swanner & Swanner Alturas
Tangerine Shop, The Safety Harbor
Taylor Groves & Fruit Products Winter Haven
Thompson, W. M. Maitland
Thorn, W. H. Leesburg
Tippins, D. V. Largo
Tru-Fruit Products, Inc Miami
Tuxedo Fruit Company Ft. Pierce
Umphries, J. A. Winter Haven
Val-O-Pine Groves Orlando
Victory Groves Rockledge
Vining, L. C. and J. C. Lewis Orlando
Voigt, Marvin Alturas
Volante, Peter Ft. Pierce
Ward, R. W. Plant City
Wear, Dan F. Bartow
Weatherford, John W. Lakeland
Webb, E. J. Wauchula
Weeks, C. A. Winter Haven
Wesco Foods Company Chicago
Whidden, T. D. Bartow
Wiggins, S. B. Palm Harbor
Wholesale Produce Company St. Petersburg
Wiggins Fruit Company Clearwater
Williams, L. H. Jacksonville
Williams, C. B. Lakeland
Willis, J. J. Haines City
Willis, G. V. Haines City
Williamson, Carl and B. F. Winter Haven
Willis, A. G. & Roy Roberts Eagle Lake
Wilson, B. F. Dade City
Wimberly, Chas. H. Lakeland
Wingate, .. E. Winter Haven
Wise Fruit Company Sarasota
Womble, H. C. Highlands City
Worth, Otis Winter Haven
Worlick, H. 0. Ft. Pierce
Yarbrough & Register Winter Haven
Yearwood, Veda Patterson Winter Haven


DEALER


LOCATION








Arsenical Spray Law Enforcement
1940-41 SEASON
Field Inspectors made over 27,300 arsenic tests
of spray or dust residue on leaves from orange and
tangerine groves over the entire citrus belt.
When traces of arsenic were found on the leaves
to indicate any grove had been arsenated, samples
of both leaves and fruit were submitted to our Win-
ter Haven Laboratory and were analyzed for ar-
senic under supervision of Geo. F. Westbrook, Jr.,
head chemist.
Approximately 6,705 boxes of oranges and tan-
gerines, that contained arsenic in violation of the
law, were condemned and destroyed.
C. P. DAVIS,
Chief Laboratory Inspector








Report Of Laboratory Division
The work of the laboratory division consisted
or analytical work in connection with the enforce-
ment of the Arsenical Spray Law, the Citrus Proc-
essing Laws, the Marking and Labelling Act for
Canned Citrus, the Maturity Law, chemical inves-
tigations relative to all these laws; and the prep-
aration and issuance of field supplies for inspec-
tors. In addition, certain cooperative work with
reference to standards of identity for frost-damaged
oranges was undertaken with the Federal Food
Standards Committee.
Under the Citrus Processing Laws, the follow-
ing manufacturers held licenses during the 1940-41
season to manufacture and distribute the materials
designated below:
ARTIFICIAL COLOR
Citrus Research, Inc. Plant City, Fla.
Food Machinery Corporation Dunedin, Fla.
Fruit Treating Corporation Orlando, Fla.
Lusterene Company Lakeland, Fla.
Gregg Maxcy, Inc. Sebring, Fla.
C. R. Smith Lakeland, Fla.
B. C. Skinner Dunedin, Fla.
WAX
J. D. Anderson Tampa, Fla.
H. B. Bailey Tampa, Fla.
Citrus Improvement Corporation Sanford, Fla.
Food Machinery Corporation Dunedin, Fla.
Franklin Research Inst. Philadelphia, Pa.
Gem Chemical Company Orlando, Fla.
Industrial Chemical & Supply Co. Atlanta, Ga.
Lusterene Company Lakeland, Fla.
Gregg Maxcy, Inc. Sebring, Fla.
Dr. P. Phillips Company Orlando, Fla.
Polk Packing Association Winter Haven, Fla.
R. E. L. Pryor, Coop. Citrus Supply Co. Tampa, Fla.
B. C. Skinner Dunedin, Fla.
Universal Chemical Corporation Akron, Ohio
West Disinfecting Company Long Island City, N. Y.
Zellner Chemical & Supply Co. Lakeland, Fla.
SOAPS AND CLEANERS
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company Atlanta, Ga.
Cudahy Packing Company Chicago, Ill.
Chester C. Fosgate Orlando, Fla.
J. B. Ford Sales Company Jacksonville, Fla.
Fruit Treating Corporation Orlando, Fla.
Industrial Chemical & Supply Co. Atlanta, Ga.
International Agricultural Corporation Atlanta, Ga.
Lusterene Company Lakeland, Fla.
Mutual Laboratories Miami, Fla.
Procter & Gamble Distributing Co. Cincinnati, O.
B. C. Skinner Dunedin, Fla.
Zellner Chemical & Supply Co. Lakeland, Fla.
MOULD PREVENTING MATERIALS
J. B. Ford Sales Company Jacksonville, Fla.
Food Machinery Corporation Dunedin, Fla.
B. C. Skinner Dunedin, Fla.
WATER SOFTNER
American Machinery Corporation Orlando, Fla.









Statement of Expenses

Paid From the General Inspection Fund
July 1, 1940 to June 30, 1941


Salaries .......................... ....... ............. $360,922.13
Traveling and Subsistence Expenses .... 162,309.44
Water, Light and Fuel .............................. 653.87
Office Supplies and Equipment ................ 7,438.89
Postage, Telephone, Telegraph and
Express .................................................. 5,788.61
R ent ......................................................... 1,850.00
M miscellaneous Items .................................. 592.91
Printing ...................................................... 6,339.39
Chemicals and Apparatus ........................ 1,687.96
Attorney's Fees and Legal Expenses .... 1,840.37

Total Disbursements ................................$549,423.57
Refunds for Services ................................ 13,923.54

TOTAL EXPENSE ....................................$535,500.03


RECEIPTS


Sale of Florida Citrus Stamps ..............$483,437.88
Sale of Licenses .................... .................... 6,240.00
Received from Canners for Inspection .. 20,974.56

TO TA L ................................................. $510,652.44

Expenses of the Florida Citrus Commission
amounting to $52,908.66, which have been paid
from the General Inspection Fund are not includ-
ed in this report.