<%BANNER%>
HIDE
 Cover
 Title Page
 Index
 Map
 Letter of transmittal
 Shipments
 Road guard stations and patrol
 Container analysis
 Grade analysis
 Size analysis
 Canning plant inspection
 Government purchases
 Lime inspection and shipments
 Lime container analysis
 Bond and license department...
 Arsenical spray law enforcemen...
 Laboratory report
 Financial statement


FLAG



Annual report
ALL VOLUMES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00080552/00007
 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: 1941
Publication Date: -1947
Frequency: annual
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Citrus fruits -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002690978
oclc - 21234038
notis - ANF8306
lccn - 2001229411
System ID: UF00080552:00007
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Annual report

Table of Contents
    Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Title Page
        Page 1
    Index
        Page 2
    Map
        Page 3
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Shipments
        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
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Road guard stations and patrol
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
    Container analysis
        Page 44
    Grade analysis
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
    Size analysis
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
    Canning plant inspection
        Page 65
        Page 66
    Government purchases
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
    Lime inspection and shipments
        Page 73
        Page 74
    Lime container analysis
        Page 75
    Bond and license department report
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
    Arsenical spray law enforcement
        Page 83
    Laboratory report
        Page 84
    Financial statement
        Page 85
Full Text





.-:










STATE OF FLORIDA



DEPARTMENT
OF

AGRICULTURE


NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA








INDEX


Arsenical Spray Law Enforcement ............
Bond and License Department Report .....
Canning Plant Inspection (Maturity) ..........
Container Analysis .-............ ... .. ....... ..
." (S. M. A. Purchases)


." (Lim es) ..............

Destruction of Citrus Fruits ...............
Financial Statement ......- -.... .... ..-....
Government Purchases (F. S. C. C.)
S (S. M. A.) ....
Grade Analysis (Regular U. S.) ........
." (A Quality Juice) ...


.......... 32
.............. 85
.............. 71-72
......-...- 67-70
............ 45-53
.............. 54


Laboratory Report ....................................-
Letter of Transmittal ............... ..........
Lime Inspection and Shipments ..............
M ap .................. ......... ......
Port Clearings (Florida Citrus) ............
Road Guard Stations and Patrol ...........
I I I 1 nl H T d7Al d1


84
S4- 8
.. 73-74
3
38


by Months


SHIPMENTS (by Shippers) ...........
(by Counties, by Mon
(by Counties, for Sea!
(Interstate & Intrasta
(Summary for 1940-41
Size Analysis .....---. --- ...- ....---
Transportation (Rail, Truck & Boat
Distribution) ..............


ths) .......
son) ........
te) ..........
Season) ..
........ I..........


42-43
9-31
33-37
37
39-40
9
55-64


...... .... .... 38


Page No.
83
...... 76-82
... 65-66
44
70


elu,


..


.....


)









LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

Winter Haven. Florida
August 1, 1942
Honorable Nathan Mayo,
Commissioner of Agriculture,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Sir:
It is my honor to again submit a report of the
Citrus Inspection Bureau for another season,
1941-42.
As a matter of information to those interested,
I wish to add a brief outline of the scope of the
Bureau's activities:

Laws and Regulations
Florida's Commissioner of Agriculture is charged
with the duty of enforcement of all Citrus Laws
of the State. The Florida Citrus Commission is
empowered to promulgate all regulations for the
enforcement of such laws. The Citrus Inspection
Bureau is that Division of the Department of
Agriculture rendering this service to the industry.

Legal
The Department of Agriculture's Attorney serves
the Bureau in legal matters, which consists chiefly
of holding hearings on claims filed against Citrus
Fruit Dealer's Bonds and occasionally questions
pertaining to revocation of licenses.

Bond and License
This Department of the Bureau has a summary
of its work in this Report. Application for a Citrus
Fruit Dealer's License is made to the Florida Citrus
Commission, upon approval by the Commission the
application is delivered to the Bond & License
Department of the Bureau where bond is posted in
the proper amount. The license is then granted
through issuance of a Registration Certificate. In
addition to Bond and License work this Department
handles all vouchers, requisitions and other finances
of the Bureau, chief of which is the sale of Florida
Citrus Stamps for use by all registered shippers
in paying inspection fees.

Statistical Department
This report deals chiefly with statistics, there
fore, this Department of the Bureau speaks for
itself herewith. All shipping records, certificate
auditing and compilation of weekly reports to the
Growers Administrative Committee, are handled in
this Department.








Laboratories
All field equipment and supplies for inspectors
are handled from the laboratories. The regular
work on citrus processing, maturity and arsenical
sprays was continued. There is no remuneration
for arsenic inspection. Considerable additional
work was done in the laboratories this season con-
risting of a joint project with the Florida Citrus
Commission on internal quality.

Road Guards

The Bureau operates eight (S) Road Guard Sta-
lions at strategic points on highways leading out
of the State. All truck shipments of citrus are
intercepted for clearance papers. Truck passing
reports are submitted to the Winter Haven office
daily. Copies of truck passing reports are fur-
nished the Federal-State Market News Service on
citrus in Lakeland for use in listing inter-stata
truck destinations. This copy of the truck passing
report is in turn delivered to the Growers Admin-
istrative Committee for checking on proper clear-
ance of all citrus via truck for compliance with
grade and size restrictions. There is no fee for
rendering this service to the industry.

Daily Shipping Report
The Citrus Inspection Bureau has for several
years issued a daily shipping report, giving amount
of fruit unprocessed, packed and shipped for each
24-hour period, this being issued as of 10:00 o'clock
A. M., each day except Sunday. A partial report,
showing shipments by rail, truck and boat with
totals in boxes and carlots, is given to the Asso-
ciated Press and the more complete report is
furnished nearly sixty organizations by wire, tele-
phone or letter. This service is free to all boni
fide operators, who pay communication charges.
This Department of the Bureau also has charge
of all news releases and weekly shipping summaries
to the Associated Press, local newspaper corres-
pondents and citrus papers, and mimeographs and
mails the four monthly reports of the Statistical
Department to bona fide operators and the allied
trade requesting them.

Agreement With Growers Administrative
Committee
A considerable savings of expense to both is
brought about through a cooperative arrangement
whereby the Bureau furnishes the Growers Admin-
istrative Committee with necessary statistical re-








ports weekly for use in operation of a grade and
size Marketing Agreement. This information is
taken from our inspection certificates and compiled
here under supervision of the Bureau's statistician.
The expense of this compilation, other than super-
vision, is shared equally by both parties.

Working Agreement With Federal-State
Service

Since the State Standardization Law was enacted
in 1935. the Bureau's force has issued all Federal-
State certificates on citrus. This additional work
was comparatively light until about three years
ago when a Federal Marketing Agreement and
Order on citrus became effective in Florida, where-
by, Federal-State certificates as to grade are com-
pulsory. This duplicated much of the inspection
work. particularly the clerical job of the individual
inspector, taking too much of his time from actual
inspection. Immediately the State Bureau pro-
posed a working arrangement between the Florida
and the Federal Departments of Agriculture to
eliminate duplicated effort and effect economy for
the industry.

An agreement was reached whereby salutary
results have been obtained, however, a complete
merger is not yet effective. The Bureau has found
it more than helpful to have a Federal Supervisor
interpret application of grades for its field force
(U. S. Grades are applicable under Florida Citrus
Commission Regulation and Federal Marketing
Agreement and Order). Yet, we contend that a
field contact force, operative exclusively by Federal-
State Service on grade inspection only, still in-
volves duplicated work and should be merged with
our force, or discontinued.


Certificates
The State Certificates are issued in quadruplicate
with copies for the shipper and transportation
company. The originals are mailed directly to the
Federal-State typing office where Federal certifi-
cates as to grade are typed from our State originals,
which are in turn delivered to the Bureau's Sta-
tistical Department for complete audit. In addition
to grade the State Certificates show analyses and
juice content as to maturity (usually through De-
cember on all fruit and first six weeks on Valencia
movement) and similar information on all oranges
color added. The duplicate copies of State Cer-
tificates bearing the proper denominations of can-









celled stamps for inspection fees and advertising
assessments, are filed with the carriers at point of
origin.

Inspection Fees

FRESH FRUITS: Fees on a per box (1 3/5
bushel) basis are: Ic for grade, Ic for maturity
(usually through December) and 1/2 cent for color
added oranges. In addition to the above fees
fixed by law, the shipper pays the Federal-State
seivice 3/16 of a cent per box for Federal certifi-
cates. The Bureau does not receive any part of
this charge.

CANNERIES: A fee of 1/10 of a cent per field
box is paid through the season for inspection of
fruit offered for canning. On fruit canned prior to
December 1, each season, a maturity fee of Ic per
box is collected.

Personnel

In addition to general supervision of all activities
cf the Bureau, I handle assignments, transfers and
releases of all employees, and direct personnel.

The number of employees is kept in balance
with tonnage moving. At peak of season (Decem-
ber-January) (240) Inspectors, (30) Road Guards
;nd (18) Office Force are employed. These num-
lers are reduced to around (10), (2) and (6) re-
spectively by August. At which time, work in the
field is chiefly restricted to lime inspection.

The State District Supervisor of each District
is the man through whom the office keeps contact
with the field and to whom the individual inspector
is directly responsible for every phase of the work
he is assigned, which consists mainly of maturity
and grade inspection, the application of Florida
Citrus Commission Regulations, grade and size re-
strictions under the Federal Marketing Agreement,
;,nd certification.

The Bureau is fortunate in maintaining a high
caliber, efficient and capable personnel. This would
not be possible were it not for the fact that the
inspectors working the citrus deal are in great
demand to inspect other fruits and vegetables in
Florida and in other States during off-season for
citrus. The same thing goes for other States with
short, rush inspection deals which are even more
fortunate than Florida citrus.

To the entire personnel of the Bureau, I wish to
express my sincere appreciation for efficient serv-








ices rendered. To every organization of the citrus
industry, particularly the Florida Citrus Commis-
sion, I gratefully acknowledge their cooperation.

Respectfully,
G. E. COPELAND,
Supervising Inspector in Charge
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. M AYS .....................--- .... -.--......-------- ..- Cashier
License and Bond


E. E. RAASCI



C. P. DAVIS .


Statistician


Records


....................... Chief Arsenic Inspector
Arsenic Enforcement


GEO. F. WESTBROOK ................................ Chemist
FRANK E. MORGAN .......................... Ass't. Chemist
Laboratories


HAZEL SEYMOUR


I


............... Secretary






SUV3MMARY OF SHIPPING RECORDS FOR 1940-41 SEASON


Each Annual Report of the Citrus Inspection Bureau is closed at the end of the respective fiscal year (June 30). To arrive
at the "crop-total" of certified commercial shipments for a given season, it is necessary to add shipments of July and August.
During July and August 1941, 30,931 boxes grapefruit and 307,187 boxes oranges were certified. Of the oranges 15,589 boxes were
color added. This made grand totals for the 1940-41 season of:


Boxes
Grapefruit
8.756.093


Boxes
Oranges
22.904,429


Boxes
Tangerines
2.283.495


Boxes
Grand Total
33,944,017


Boxes
Color Added
7,770.624


Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942

(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)
ALACHUA COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper
Maxcy, L.. Inc.


Location Manager
Island Grove W. K. Whidden

Total Shipments for Alachua County:


Gft.
1,084


Org.
50,729


1,084 50.729


Tang. Total Col. Add.
915 52,728 6,475

915 52,728 6,475






BREVARD COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper L
American Fruit Growers. Inc.
Brevard Packing Company
Chief Micco Packing House
Cocoa-Merritt Island Citrus Ass'n.
D'Aibora, J. V., Company
Folsom, L. M., Packing Co.
Indian River City Packing
House Indian Riv
Mims C G A
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc. Jay Jay
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc.
Osteen's. S. A. Lotus-Merritt
Parks. R. W., Company
Porcher, E. P., Estate of
Victory Groves Roc


location
Cocoa
Mimis
Micco
Cocoa
Cocoa
Cocoa

er City
Mims
Siding
Cocoa
Island
Cocoa
Cocoa
tkledge


Manager
J. A. Haisten
W. G. Chilton
R. R. Poynter
M. T. Miller
John V. D'Albora
L. M. Folsom

Frank W. Clark
C. F. Flake
J. P. Brown
H. U. Parrish
S. A. Osteen
R. W. Parks
L. S. Andrews, Jr.
J. L. Keinery


Gft.
13,637
12,949
782
44,859
67.744
2.515


6,599
18,291
48.963
63,597
706
419
20.661
786


Packing House or Shipper
Bennett's Packing House
Broward Fruit Company

Donsgrove


Total Shipments for Brevard County:

BROWARD COUNTY
Location Manager
Davie Frank Bennett
Ft. Lauderdale E. H. Stephens & L. L
Howell
Davie D. B. Wilband


302,508 800.115


Gft.
115

555
1,069


Org.
1.141

761
4.837


27.722 1.130.345


29.637


Tang. Total Col. Add.
39 1,295

72 1,388
6 5,912


Org.
75,949
21,773
1.328
76,975
85.608
3,023

20,291
47.846
209.235
200,058
545
681
53,937
2,866


Tang.
2.725
406
29
5,135
3.012
105

720
889
2.564
11,664
30
310
130
3


Total
92,311
35.128
2.139
126,969
156,364
5,643

27,610
67,026
260,762
275,319
1.281
1.410
74,728
3.655


Col. Add.
14
3,017


11.547




15.059






Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942


Packing House or Shipper
Flamingo Groves, Inc.
Hacienda Flores, Inc.
Kennesaw Fruit Co.
Longo Fruit Market
Mack's Orange Box
Munson, Frank
New River Grove
STro-Mar Tropical Fruit
Market
Walsh Citrus Company
Wray, Floyd L.




Packing House or Shipper
Citrus County Packing &
Produce Company
Ferris Groves


(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)
BROWARD COUNTY (Continued)
Location Manager Gft.
Hollywood Floyd L. Wray 452
Ft. Lauderdale Edward C. Brown 832
Ft. Lauderdale F. R. Humphries 1.537
Ft. Lauderdale C. B. Bohrn 293
Dania Morris M. Briggs 512
Hollywood Frank Munson 716
Ft. Lauderdale Virgil Prettyman, Jr. 210

Ft. Lauderdale Sam Jaquinta 183
Davie C. G. Connerly 3,168
Ft. Lauderdale Floyd L. Wray 763

Total Shipments for Broward County: 10.405
CITRUS COUNTY


Location Manager

Floral City A. B. Lindsey
Floral City L. G. Ferris

Total Shipments for Citrus County:


Gft.

650
723

1,373


Org.
966
481
2.780
483
939
3,814
26

444
11.459
39,217

67.348


Org.

4.884
213

5,097


Tang.
158
26
279
21
92
191


10
47
43

984


Tang.

53


Total
1,576
1.339
4.596
797
1.543
4,721
236

637
14,674
40.023

78,737


Col. Add.


Total Col. Add.

5.587
936


53 6,523






DADE COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper
Biscayne Fruit &
Vegetable Company
Close, George H.
Cooper's
Floyd, C. V.. Fruit Co.
Hickson Packing Company
Nelson-Klingensmith Co.
Regal Fruit Company
Repp. Ralph J.
Silver Palm Fruit
Growers Association
Silver Palm Grove
South Florida Fruit Growers
Sugar Tree Groves
Windsor Groves


Location Manager


Miami
Miami
Miami
Miami
Miami
Miami
Miami
Miami

Redland
Homestead
Goulds
Miami
Homestead


Gft. Org.


Chas. Kokos
George H. Close
James R. Cooper
C. V. Floyd
J. C. Hickson. Sr.
E. C. Wakefield
A. L. Booth
R. J. Repp

Wm. M. Crowe
E. E. Vrana
Frank Marsh
L. B. Kendall
Ed Wright


3.028
20.148
195
557
93
1.449
1,787
5.166

14.251
2,148
4,470
728
12.051


Total Shipments for Dade County:


Packing House or Shipper
Browder. D. H., Son & Co.
Fort Ogden C G A
Sunny South Packing Co.


Location
Arcadia
Fort Ogden
Arcadia


DESOTO COUNTY
Manager
H. P. Browder
R. H. Morgan
L. R. Morgan


7.979
33,996
151
613
179
2,973
2,215
15.525

9,226
1,218
7,118
537
6,243


66,071 87,973


Gft. Org.
2,366 71,078
408 28.065
3,800 43.896


Tang. Total Col. Add.


392
125
75
43

180
185

220
110
77

1.016

2,423


Tang.
9.497
4.245
5.687


11,007
54.536
471
1.245
315
4,422
4.182
20.876

23,697
3,476
11,665
1.265
19,310

156.467


Total
82,941
32,718
53,383


8.068



866

1,812







10,746


Col. Add.
26.466
8.965
7.838







Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942

(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper Location
Welles Fruit & Live Stock
Company Welles
Youth Valley Cooperative Ass'n. Arcadia

Total Shipments


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




Packing House or Shipper
Alexander & Baird Co.
Carlton Fruit Co.. Inc.
Crown Fruit Company


Location
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville

Total Shipments

Location
Wauchula
Wauchula
Wauchula

Tota! Shipments


DESOTO COUNTY (Continued)
Manager

H. L. Carlton
Thos. S. Hughes

for DeSoto County: 1
DUVAL COUNTY
Manager
Chas. L. Arnold
W. H. Clark 7
Walter Hawkins

for Duval County: 7
HARDEE COUNTY
Manager
G. R. Bostick
G. S. Carlton
(See Orange County)

for Hardee County:


Oft. Org.

21,803
3.786 67,877

0.360 232.719


Gft.
1,479
'4,801
117

'6.397


Org.
7.112
373.438
81
S3I31
380,631


Gft. Org.
2.754
352 28.561
2,697

352 34.012


Tang.

4.476
10.767

34,672


Total

26.279
82.430

277,751


Tang. Total
427 9,018
49,979 498,218
198

50.406 507.434

Tang. Total
2,652 5,406
5.511 34,424
2,697

8,163 42.527


Col. Add.

10.439
31.106

84.814


Col. Add.
3,725
53,384


57.109


Col. Add.
2.539
2,305
2,697

7,541








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


Packing House or Shipper
American Fruit Growers, Inc.
Avon Park C G A
Cody. W. J.
Crown Fruit Company
Lake Byrd Citrus Packing Co.
Lake Placid Packing Co.
Maxcy. Gregg. Inc.
Palmer Packing House
Sebring Fruit Growers Ass'n.


HERNANDO COUNTY
Location Manager
Brooksville J. W. Smith
Brooksville A. W. Bell

Total Shipments for Hernando County:


Location
Avon Park
Avon Park
Avon Park
Sebring
Avon Park
Lake Placid
Lakemont
Avon Park
Sebring


HIGHLANDS COUNTY
Manager
J. V. Crum
H. C. Worden
W. J. Cody
(See Orange County)
W. J. Prevatt
D. E. O'Conner
A. A. Varena
L. G. Palmer
George C. Guthrie


Total Shipmentsfor Highlands County:


Packing House or Shipper
Barnes. John S., Inc.
Blair, John R.


Gft.
360
2,396

2,756


Gft.
12,212
40.592
1,715

73,164
31.996
6,458
361
3,944

170,442


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Location Manager Gft.
Plant City D. D. Hull 33,277
Tampa John R. Blair 50


Org.
16.170
29,398

45,568


Tang.
10.665
20.183

30,848


Total Col. Add.
27,195
51,977

79,172


Org. Tang. Total
2.018 1,511 15.741
87,240 10,913 138.745
2.379 542 4,636
23.758 279 24,037
179.897 961 254,022
86.362 10.751 129.109
71,391 7.234 85.083
1,772 157 2,290
20,251 6,891 31,086

475,068 39,239 684,749


Org.
192,405
42


Tang. Total
93 225.775
123 215


Col. Add.
1.885
64,557
2,347
11,086
62,960
30,711
32.479

17.655

223.680


Col. Add.
125.435







Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Buckeye Citrus Service
Coarsey, W. B.; Groves
Fruit Show Place, The
Fugazzi Brothers, Inc.
Hillsborough Packing Co.
Independent Fruit Packers
Ingrain, J. M., Fruit Corp.
Lee, D. C., Inc.
Plant City Packing Co.
Sampson. H. M.. & Son
Spada Fruit Sales Agency
Thompson Groves
Varn, P. H.,
Walter. Ebe J.


Packing House or Shipper
American Fruit Growers, Inc.
Brasch, Win. C.


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Location Manager
Plant City (See Marion County)
Tampa J. M. Coarsey
Tampa Geo. W. Hazzard
Valrico C. W. Lumsden
Tampa J. W. McLean
Tampa-Produce J. B. Bickley
Tampa J. M. Ingram
Tampa T. M. West
Plant City Clinton Bolick
Produce H. M. Sampson
Thonotosassa Andrew Spada. Jr.
Tampa Frank Thompson
Plant City E. H. Chapman
Goldstein Station Ebe J. Walter

Total Shipments for Hillsborough County:
INDIAN RIVER COU


Location Manager
Wabasso N. B. Ryall
Vero Beach Wm. C. Brasch


(Continued)
Gft.
259
31
110
13.284
24.210
383
28,928

3.419
2.616
18,168
1,275
2.339
4,153

132,504
NTY
Gft.
269.290
3.491


Org.
73
894
122
10.233
167,503
3.985
176,112
16,077
53,683
8.743
46,430
4,827
32.186
27.300

740.615

Org.
45.931
11,887


Tang.

43
67

7.345
249
11.208
3,123
615
988
5.234
724
597
2,383

32,792


Total
332
968
299
23,517
199.058
4,617
216.248
19,200
57,717
12.347
69.832
6,826
35.122
33,838

905.911


Col. Add.



10,233
26,752
1,810
21.394
3.891
28,458
3,413
10.033
637
85
14,030

246,171


Tang. Total Col. Add.
10,349 325.570
513 15,891






Packing House or Shipper
Earman, Joe S., Farms, Inc.
Graves Brothers Company
Indian River Associates, Inc.
Indian River Growers Service
Indian River Packing Co.
Indian River Products Co.
Nevins Fruit Co., Inc.
Oslo C G A
Peterson, Axel T.
Vero Indian River Producers
Association





Packing House or Shipper
Altoona Packing Co.. Inc.
Austin, W. F.. & Sons, Inc.
B & B Packing House
Babijuice Corporation
Burleigh, E. I.
Cauthen Packing Company
Crown Fruit Company
Eustis Packing Co., The


Location
Vero Beach
Wabasso
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Gifford
Oslo
Nevins Siding
Oslo
Vero Beach


Manager
George Duncan
C. G. Wilhoit
A. C. Brown
Jack N. Strong
J. M. Barnes
Walter S. Buckingham
M. L. Strickland
Walter S. Buckingham
Axel T. Peterson


Vero Beach C. M. Seraphine

Total Shipments for Indian River County:


Location
Altoona
Umatilla
Eustis
Lake Jem
Tavares
Leesbsurg
Eustis
Eustis


LAKE COUNTY
Manager
W. D. Collins
W. F. Austin. Jr.
Claude L. Greene
(See Orange County)
E. I. Burleigh
Holden Cauthen
(See Orange County)
C. C. Conklin


Oft.
1,842
96,271
53,953
46,869
10,961
666
90,582
64,888
1.966

55,580

696,359


Gft.
3,069
6,432
2,930

13
2,532

4,605


Org.
912
35,488
31,544
18.446
6.510
540
56.602
27.523
1.558

42,555

279.496


Org.
38.641
31,372
19.386
4,953
123
34,660
2.297
30,821


Tang.
11
5.737
4,632
363
803

6,461
1,249
327

3.242

33,687


Tang.
1,765
2,183
1,180

5
607
241
15,593


Total Col. Add.
2.765
137,496
90,129
65,678
18.274
1,206
153,645
93.660
3,851

101.377

1,009,542


Total
43.475
39,987
23.496
4,953
141
37.799
2.538
51,019


Col. Add.
20.682




25,650
2,297
25,360







Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)

LAKE COUNTY (Continued)


Packing House or Shipper Location
Fields, S. A., & Co. Confer
Fruitland Packing Co. Fruitland Park
Grove Fruit Packing Co. Groveland
Growers' Marketing Service, Inc. Leesburg
Hadlock Fruit Company Mount Dora
Harris & Wade. Inc. Eustis
Herlong, A. S., & Co. Leesburg
Hiway Packing Company Leesburg
Knowles & Company Leesburg
Kramers Packing House Montclair
Laco Sales Company Lady Lake
Lake Carlton Fruit Co. Lake Jem
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc. Leesburg
Lake Region Packing Ass'n. Tavares
Leesburg Fruit Company Leesburg
Lent. A. V.. & V. E. Sorrento
Milam, T. B., Packing House Leesburg
Minneola Growers Packing Co. Minneola
Mount Dora Growers Coop. Mount Dora
Ottosen, Chas. C. Lady Lake


Manager
B. G. Anderson
J. E. Neal
Peter Micheloni
J. M. Campbell
Frank Hadlock
Harry C. Harris
S. Grady Faulkner
M. J. Youngblood
W. A. Knowles
F. C. W. Kramer, Jr.
T. Cecil Knight
R. K. Heist
Clyde Spears
J. B. Prevatt
A. L. Holloway
A. V. Lent
T. B. Milam
H. T. Church
G. B. Hurlburt
Chas. C. Ottosen


Gft.
6.078
217
11.854
14,842
217
97
8.951
1.557
6,098
1,048
64
11,981
12.593
15.506
3,350
88
3.228
35,016
7.572
876


Org.
89.719
3.007
24,097
203,056
2.660
29.276
127,236
5.635
125,462
3.257
11,255
35.365
40,187
217.417
14.626
624
39.117
102.781
47,474
10,761


Tang.
4.739
8
1.370
3.987
82
1.200
5,274
212
2,458
91
1,815
4.346
15.073
23.471
384
109
1,272
2.832
2.937
3.621


Total
100,536
3,232
37.321
221.885
2,959
30.573
141,461
7.404
134,018
4.396
13,134
51.692
67,853
256.394
18.360
821
43.617
140,629
57.983
15,258


Csl. Add.
67,650

23.364
92.479

25,560
31.766

53,190

11,138
14,608
19.179
101,811
11.948

21,620
85.123
37.974
9.161






Packing House or Shipper
Peter, E. B.
Ro-E-Gains Fruit Co., Inc.
Ro-E-Gains Fruit Co., Inc.
Roper Brothers, Inc.
Simpson Fruit Company
Umatilla C G A
Vaughn-Griffin Packing
Company
Wayside Packing House
Williams. Parks. Fruit Co.




Packing House or Shipper
Furen Packing Company
Lee County Packing Co.
Owanita C G A
Parkinson, H. S.




Packing House or Shipper
Atwood Grapefruit Co.. The
Domino Citrus Ass'n.


Location
Leesburg
Clermont
Mount Dora
Clermont
Mount Dora
Umatilla

Howey-In-The-Hills
Mount Dora
Stinson-Siding


Manager
E. B. Peter
G. J. Egan
G. J. Egan
L. E. Johnston
Howard J. Simpson
F. E. Anrall

C. V. Griffin
Win C. Sleight
R. Parks Williams


Total Shipments for Lake County:

LEE COUNTY


Location
Alva
Ft. Myers
Alva
Alva


Manager
J. W. Furen
J. R. Bynumn
H. L. Austin
H. S. Parkinson


Total Shipments for Lee County:
MANATEE COUNTY
Location Manager
Manavista B. H. Ahrendt
Bradenton W. O. Kirkhuff


Gft.
2,663
90,694
525
330
1,707
3,336

38,951
25
2,839

301,884


Gft.
971
83,745
3,326
7,843

95.885


Gft.
41.107
65,276


Ora.
14.022
186,788


14.259
37,153

121.296
343
33.489


Tang. Total
692 17.377
37,442 314,924
525
330
4,668 20.634
2,013 42,502

100 160.347
368
237 36.565


Col. Add.
58
146,172


3.266
9,048

101.577

7.776


1,702,615 142,007 2.146,506 951.457


Org.
1.302
72,309
15,906
8.001

97,518


Org.

24.719


Tang.
590
1.121
606
767

3.084


Total
2.863
157.175
19,838
16,611

196.487


Col. Add.
159
6.373
5,816
1.652

14.000


Tang. Total Col. Add.
41,107
805 90.800 7,724







Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Manatee Fruit Company
Manatee Hammock Fruit Co.
Parrish, K. S.
Peerless Fruit Co.. Inc.
Wiggins Packing House


Location
Palmetto
Manavista
Manatee
Palmetto
Manatee


MANATEE COUNTY (Continued)
Manager Gft.
G. C. Valentine 18,755
B. H. Ahrendt
K. S. Parrish 1,775
A. C. Kugleman 7,092
W. C. Wiggins 1,718


Total Shipments for Manatee County:
MARION COUNTY


Packing House or Shipper
Abshier Packing Co.
Belleview Growers Packing Co.
Boyer Packing Corporation
Buckeye Citrus Service
Citra Packing Co.
Crosby-Wartmann Packing
Company, Inc.
Gentile, Joseph. Jr.
Growerss Marketing Service, Inc.
Huff, 0. D., Jr.


Location
Belleview
Belleview
Weirsdale
Weirsdale
Kells Spur

Citra
Citra
Weirsdale
McIntosh


Manager
W. V. Abshier
K. R. Turner
W. A. Boyer
D. H. Shoffner
Talmage DuPree

W. Powe Crosby
Joseph Gentile. Jr.
J M. Campbell
M. G. Edwards


135.723


Gft.
5,495
3.275

70
603

735
1.248

267


Org.
25.300
4.270
10.782
1.980
3.950

71,001


Org.
47.911
12.777
24,705
42.306
35.201

85.549
28,528
1.490
5.218


Tang. Total
44.055
4.270
12 12.569
9,072
56 5,724


207.597 21.901


Tang.
769
590
13
221
126


Total
54.175
16.642
24,718
42.597
35.930


77 86.361
1,378 31,154
1.490
S6 5.671


Col. Add.
12,646


1,435
96


Col. Add.
20,387
7,044
14.564
40.470
9.751

24.908
15.386
1,490






Packing House or Shipper
M & M Fruit Co., Inc.
M & W Frait Co.. Inc.
Marion County Citrus Co.
Purpura Brothers. Inc.
Weirsdale Packing Co.
Wetumpka Fruit Co.
Wissahickon Grove, Inc.


Location
Ocala
Belleview
Weirsdale
Ocala
Weirsdale
Lowell
Kells Spur


Manager
J. C. Merrill
L. S. Moody
F. F. Ehlers
Frank Purpura
P. W. Rogers
H. G. Billings
Victor E. Perley


Total Shipments for Marion County:


SPacking House or Shipper Location
o American Fruit Growers, Inc. Maitland
Apopka Citrus Company Apopka
Babijuice Corporation Fairvilla
Babijuice Corporation Orlando-Zellwood
Britt, M. C., Produce Co. Winter Garden
Champion, W. C., Company Orlando
Chase Investment Company Isleworth
Citrapack Corporation Fairvilla-Zellwood
Citrus Fruit Products. Inc. Dr. Phillips
Crown Fruit Company Winter Garden
DiGiorgio Fruit Corp. Fullers
Dominey, E. P., Fruit Co. Orlando
Fairview Groves Fairvilla


ORANGE COUNTY
Manager
Fred Stark
Richard T. Voelkel
Charles E. Albertson
Charles E. Albertson
C'aude Ford
W. C. Champion
F. W. Chase
Charles E. Albertson
Gaynor Wiggins
James Heller
D. D. Fillingame
E. P. Dominey
Edward W. Durrenberger


Gft. Org.
1,190 37,747
1.649 20,938
2,395 23,111
18,323 149,430
2,091 96,797
27,486
28,077

37,441 667,271


Gft.
3,693
330
150

22,537
2,003
2,833
673
6.910
55,272
5,914
2,741
1,697


Org.
95.046
4.664
224.089
12,397
258,563
34.538
147,417
24.210
141.618
297,303
86.408
47.223
8,324


Tang. Total
1,231 40,168
259 22,846
607 26,113
3,499 171.252
98,888
27,486
28.077

8,856 713,568


Tang.
16,008
79
84

12.403
3.866
4.410
847
54,271
8,778
4.536
1.445
1,305


Total
114,747
5.073
224,323
12,397
293,503
40,407
154,660
25,730
202,799
361,353
96,858
51,409
11,326


Col. Add.
37,747
6,795
12.167
49,316
64.232
5,150
611

310,018


Col. Add.
26,568
4,416

1,016
152,302
15,919
26,794
20,104
141,618
37,376
60,455
42,248
1,085






Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Fosgate, Chester C., Co.
Fruit Basket. The
Gentile Brothers Company
Growers Fruit & Produce
Company, Inc.
Hall, Gus, Citrus Fruits, Inc.
Harris Fruit House
Hodney Fruit Packers
Home, L. P.
Horvath Groves Packing
House, The
International Fruit Corp.
Jacob, Louis L.. Inc.
Johnson. Luther T.. Co.
Keene, R. D., Inc.
Lake Catherine Groves
Marsh. C. A., Inc.
McCall Fruit Company. Inc.
M M S Fruit Company
M MV S Fruit Company


Location
Orlando
Orlando
Winter Park

Ocoee
Killarney
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando

Goldenrod
Fullers
Orlando
Zellwood
Winter Garden
Maitland
Orlando
Orlando
Orlando
Zellwood


ORANGE COUNTY (Continued)
Manager Gft. Org.
(See Seminole County) 420
E. W. Robinson 362
Lawrence Gentile. Jr. 65,503 467.386


W. D. Pease
George S. Hall
Julian H. Harris
Stanley Hodes
L. P. Horne

John F. Horvath
D. D. Fillingame
Louis L. Jacob
E. T. Clark
C. C. Youngblood
K. N. McPherson
W. S. MaDray
K. E. McCall
Carl E. Henderson
Carl E. Henderson


72
15.165
614
5.542
3

2,102
350
20,812
7,236
49,746
147
1,650
26,311

804


5.059
56.636
1.839
36,844
230

11,445
26,625
132.702
36.894
269,178
2,789
37,051
211.598
448
36.984


Tang. Total
420
362
39,107 571,996


863
3.105
77
3,477
37

1.791
1.516
7.795
1.297
20.605

14,444
9,978

2.426


5,994
74,906
2.530
45,863
270

15.338
28,491
161.309
45.427
339.529
2.936
53,145
247,887
448
40.214


Col. Add.

340
231,766

4,789
8,356

25,895



25.721
34,772
6,553
106,859

19.004
204.257
448
13,821






Packing House or Shipper
Mutual Packing Company
Norma Fruit Corporation
Orange Blossom Fruit Co.
Orange State Groves
Orlando C G A
Phillips, Dr. P., Company
Plymouth C G A
Richardson, W. E., & Son,
Roper Brothers, Inc.
Roper Brothers, Inc.
c Shriner, W. R.
Sims Groves
Sligh. S. J., & Company
Southern Fruit Distributors
Inc.
South Lake Apopka C G A
Square Deal Fruit Co.. Inc.
Stone, Forrest B.
Symonds Fruit Co.. Inc.
West Orange C G A
West Robinson Fruit Co.
Winter Gai den C G A


Fairvilla
Ocoee
Orlando
Zellwood
Orlando
Dr. Phillips
Plymouth
Inc. Apopka
Winter Garden
Ocoee
Pinecastle
Orlando
Orlando

Winter Garden
Tildenville
Winter Park
Maitland
Orlando
Tildenville
Orlando
Winter Garden


R. T. Williamson
C. N. Williams
L. L. Meadors
S. M. Coen
V. H. Sley
Gaynor Wiggins
R. T. Carleton
W. 0. Nelson
L. E. Johnston
L. E. Johnston
W. R. Shriner
V. H. Sley
Carl Grundler

S. C. Battaglia
H. C. Tilden
S. S. Morrison
F. B. Stone
Henry S. Synonds
R. W. Tilden
L. W. Hardman
P. C. Peters


Total Shipments for Orange County:


1.832
2,664
10,901
5,044
39,668
71.497
5,768
51,692

1.526
840
2,511

99,245
226
3.829
5
1,617

11,978
7,008

618,661


Location Manager


Tang. Total Col. Add.


Org.
2.561
35.087
15,195
63,549
59,908
358.229
478.949
96,236
339,438
308
13,074
400
30.343

372,304
185.927
24.947
112
12,407
107.157
79.557
254.689

5.246.667


328
563
3,449
11,907
52.592
20.353
9,025
29.763
117
1,396

6,175

24.828
15.906
4.112

5.083
2,636
4,766
13.646

421,195


2,561
37,247
18.422
77,899
76,859
450.489
570.799
111,029
420.893
425
15.996
1,240
39.029

496.377
202,059
32,888
117
19.107
109.793
96.301
275,343

6.286,523


2,561
20,304
453
46,579
31,958
318,996
179,481
95,564
229,332


400
13,519

134,662
54,343
1,861

6,277
10,878
33,616
171,338

2.564,604






Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)
OSCEOLA COUNTY


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


Location Manager
Kissimmee D. F. Lawson
Kissimmee G. Lester Ivey

Total Shipments for Osceola County:
PALM BEACH COUNTY


SPacking House or Shipper Location
S Auerbach, Lou West Palm Beach
Hull Fruit Company West Palm Beach
Palm Beach Loxahatchee Co. Loxahatchee
Riviera Groves & Packing
House Riviera Beach
Sonny Boy's Fruit Co. West Palm Beach
Tropic-al Fruit Shop Palm Beach


Packing House or Shipper
Cummings Packing House


Manager
Lou Auerbach
P. B. Hull
T. L. Bensel

Harry Cohen
Sam Yelverton
Nat Cohen


Total Shipments for Palm Beach County:
PASCO COUNTY
Location Manager
Denham E. R. Cumming


Gft.
9.878
34.135

44,013


Oft.
167
720
29,304

1,266
1,548
32

33.037


Gft.
249


Org.
59,312
135,649

194,961


Org.
460
1.093
39.122

1.571
2,489
28

44,763


Org.
534


Tang. Total Col. Add.
3.132 72.322 46.746
5.661 175,445 89,367

8.793 247.767 136.113


Tang.
150
90
8.204


Total Col. Add.
777
1.903
76.630


61 2.898
240 4.277
60

8.745 86,545


Tang.
26


Total Col. Add.
809






Packing House or Shipper
Elfers C G A
Goldsby, S. D.
Pasco Packing Ass'n.


Location
Elfers
Dade City
Dade City


Manager
Collier Jones
S. D. Goldsby
H. S. Massey


Total Shipments for Pasco County:


Packing House or Shipper Location
Bilgore. David & Co.. Inc. Clearwater
Blair. W. G., & Co., Inc. Seminole
i Clearwater Growers Ass'n. Clearwater
Coachman. S. S., & Sons Coachman Station
Crown Fruit Company Clearwater
Fugazzi Pinellas Groves Co. Clearwater
Gunn's Largo
Heller Brothers Co., Inc. Clearwater
Jackson Brothers Groves Palm Harbor
Jacob, Louis L., Inc. Clearwater
Milne-O'Berry Packing
Co., Inc. Saint Petersburg
Palm Harbor C G A Palm Harbor
Robbins, J. Albert, & Sons St. Petersburg
Sinclair, W. F. St. Petersburg
Skinner, F. L. Dunedin


PINELLAS COUNTY
Manager
Jules W. Bragin
F. G. Beatty
E. S. Beeland
J. W. Coachman
(See Orange County)
M. J. Lumsden
L. H. Wells
(See Orange County)
C. E. Jackson, Jr.
(See Orange County)

Warren H. O'Berry
F. W. Moody
J. Albert Robbins
W. F. Sinclair
F. L. Skinner


Gft.
38,285
770
126,533

165,837



Gft.
148,310
14,682
84.368
22,365
2.552
31,146
1
6,158
130
2,304

10,788
41.272
1,068
253
32,369


Org.
58,995
27,251
371,462

458.242


Org.
54.789
6.048
25,853
10,750
2,681
19.855
15
4.751
546


13,137
55,139
4.059
673
43.360


Tang.
8.138
1.325
322

9,811


Total
105,418
29,346
498,317

633.890


Tang. Total
5.722 208,821
792 21.522
3,886 114.107
45 33.160
5.233
51,001
16
10,909
52 728
2,304


360
3,474
153
15
1,498


24.285
99.8S5
5.280
941
77,227


Col. Add.
13,191
22,541
69,646

105.378



Col. Add.
11.505
488
3,677
5,371

19,855






13,588
116

6,070







Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942

(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Taylor, John S.. Co.
West Coast Fruit Co.


Location
Largo
Clearwater

Total Shipments f


Packing House or Shipper Location
Adams Packing Co., Inc. Auburndale
Alcoma Association Mammoth Siding
Alturas Citrus Fruit Co.. Inc. Alturas
Alturas Garfield Citrus Coop. Lake Garfield
Alturas Packing Co.. Inc. Conshal
Auerbach, Lou Mammoth Siding
Babson Park C G A. Inc. Babson Park
Babson Park C G A. Inc. Waverly
Barnes. John S., Inc. Highland City
Central Fruit Co., Inc. Alturas
Cody. W. J. Babson Park-Conshal
Coward Fruit Company, Inc. Winter Haven
Crown Fruit Company Mammoth Siding


PINELLAS COUNTY (Continued)
Manager Gft.
C. F. Fussell 172.365
Barnard Kilgore 23,802

or Pinellas County: 593,933


POLK COUNTY
Manager
J. M. Morrow
Robert Moore, Jr.
M. Allen Hain
J. P. Ellis
K. E. Ewing
Lou Auerbach
W. H. Harrison
W. H. Harrison
Ralph L. Clum
I. J. Godwin
V. J. Cody
G. O. Coward
(See Orange County)


Org.
72,864
2.519

316.659


Org.
479,455
161,770
12.015
96.167
259,261
433
35.445
139
290.017
48.846
4.078
73.345
4,270


Tang.
13,652
1,047

30.696


Tang.
15.492
5.984
16.466
8,926
8.648

3.800

15.830
2.658

11,816


Gft.
132,004
13.553
5.972
19.565
58.514

28.085

38,748
2,364
1.233
47,586
4.506


Total
258.501
27.368

941,288


Total
626,951
181.307
34.453
124,658
326.423
433
67.330
139
344.595
53.868
5.311
132,747
8.776


Col. Add.
21,940
1.870

84.480


Col. Add.
166,801
40.193
188
73.401
93.620
433
10.117

191.181
22.681
234
66.721






Packing House or Shipper Location
DiGiorgio Fruit Corp. Lucerne Park
Dixie Fruit Distributors, Inc. Eloise Loop
Dundee C G A Dundee
Eagle Lake Growers. Inc. Eagle Lake
Edwards-Pritchett-Tillis. Inc. Lakeland
Florence C G A Florence Villa
Floridagold Citrus Corp. Lake Alfred
Franzblau. Aaron, Co. Lakeland
Great Southern Citrus Ass'n. Winter Haven
Haines City C G A Haines City
Haven Fruit Company Auburndale
Haven Fruit Company Davenport
Hillsborough Packing Co. Babson Park
Holly Hill Coop. Citrus Ass'n. Davenport
Holly Hill Fruit Products, Inc. Davenport
Hunt Brothers Coop. Highland Park
International Fruit Corpn. Lucerne Park
Keen Fruit Corporation Frostproof
Lake Alfred Packing Co. Lake Alfred
Lakeland Fruit Company Lakeland
Lakeland Highland
Coop. Ass'n. Highland City
Lake Wales C G A Lake Wales
Maxcy. L., Inc. Frostproof
McCutcheon Fruit Co. Lake Alfred


Manager
E. H. Moore
A. S. Bass
John A. Lang
J. Hunter Hycr
W. H. Pritchett
Frank J. Poitras
John H. Evans
Aaron Franzblau
Charlie R. Linebaugh
L. T. Bice
H. A. Trueman
P. I. Browning
(See Hillsborough County)
W. H. Mouser
H. E. DiCristina
D. A. Hunt
E. H. Moore
W. E. Saunders
R. N. Skipper
Kirby Thompson

Robert Rogers
W. B. Gum
W. M. Jackson
Win. M. McCutcheon


Gft.
94.159
5.006
68.330
19,182
4,453
98,740
828
44,258
39.135
210.238
5.877
1,878

1.825
1,544
37.138
46,363
70.234
261.332


104.066
103.377
85,263
12,942


Org.
189,401
90.829
93,220
42.363
83.935
342,452

111,917
89.261
259,761
13.641
4.720
5.701
121,081
159.828
98.988
40.352
137.521
86.782
339

37,712
387.096
277,693
69,132


Tang.
1,994
16.340
38.960
22,227
4.509
56,228

1.341
12.058
48.992
1,020
3.507

3.161
2.019
2.383
6.085
10.571
1.413


2,482
18.661
17,721
4,856


Total
285.554
112.175
200,510
83.772
92.897
497.420
828
157,516
140.454
518,991
20,538
10.105
5.701
126,067
163.391
138,509
92.800
--8,326
349.527
339

144,260
509.134
380.677
S6.930


Col. Add.
175,475
56,490
43,285
30,765
39,216
187,371

35,711
22.011
243.922
13,096
711

16.800
47,327
26,444
39,840
52,169
48,536


5,898
184,253
102,559
58,748






Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Throughl June 30, 1942

(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)

POLK COUNTY (Continued)


Packing House or Shipper Location
McDonald Corporation, The Auburndale
Mixon. N. A. Lake Hamilton
Palca Fruit Growers. Inc. Lakeland
Peoples Packing Co., Inc. Lakeland
Polk Packing Asss'n. Winter Haven
Pollard, H. A., Inc. Alturas-W. Haven
SSnively Groves. Inc. Winter Haven
Stanford Fruit Growers. Inc. Lake Alfred
Star Fruit Company Lake Alfred-Davenport
Stewart, Charles A.. Co. Auburndale
Sunnymead Gardens Auburndale
Taylor Groves & Fruit
Prod., The Lake Ruby
Tre-O-Ripe Grove, Inc. Lake Garfield
Trueman, L. E. Auburndale
Trueman, Ernest. Company Davenport
Waverly Growers Cooperative Lake Alfred
Mammoth Siding
Waverly Growers Coop. Waverly
Wiggins & Reynolds Fort Meade


Manager
Paul J. Sammon
N. A. Mixon
R. S. Caudle
C. W. Palmore
W. W. Giddings
H. A. Pollard
W. W. Giddings
W. A. Stanford
Tom Turnbull
C. A. Stewart
Frank Williams

DeWitt E. Taylor
Victor E. Perley
L. E. Trueman
Ernest Trueman

VW. C. Pedersen
W. C. Pedersen
C. B. Wiggins


Gft.
199,716
510
8,942
50.956
68.064
61,461
187.195
316,336
15.989
44.612
250

113
17.905
69
4,240


Org.
199.091
3.855
47.611
85.168
71.952
155.816
468,636
276.160
307.312
156.320
12.028

3.896
18.208
412
17.328


755
152,377 313.943
13,546 49.476


Tang.
642
530
7.604
3.279
26.051
11,260
33.152
3.244
21.774
27.174


Total
399.449
4.895
64.157
139,403
166,067
228.537
688,98.
595.740
345,075
228.106
12.278


190 4,199
4.700 40.813
481
85 21,653


Col. Add.
124,160

15,962

25,147
84.272
157,239
86,048
66.202
65.799
54


2.033


755 755
40.633 506.953 108.285
3.529 66.551 43.290





Packing House or Shipper
Wilson. W. C.
Winter Haven C, G A
Winter Haven Fruit
Sales Corpn.
Wiygul. Roland, Co.. Inc.


Packing House or Shipper
Barden, John E.
Chase & Company
Crescent City Fruit Co., Inc.
Crosby, Ralph
Kirkland, R. M.
Ladd Packing Company
Pearce Packing Corpn.


Location
Eloise Loop
Winter Haven


Manager
Joe Wilson
E. S. Horton


Winter Haven Wm. G. Roe
Highland City Roland Wiygul

Total Shipments for Polk County:

PUTNAM COUNTY


Location
East Palatka
Lake Como
Crescent City
San Mateo
Crescent City
San Mateo
East Palatka


Manager
John E. Barden
A. J. Rinck
J. B. Shiver
S. W. Roley
R. M. Kirkland
Thos. E. Ladd
B. C. Pearce


Total Shipments for Putnam County:


Packing House or Shipper
Wetumpka Fruit Co.


SAINT JOHNS COUNTY


Location Manager
Hastings Geo. V. Leonard

Total Shipments for Saint Johns County:


Gft.
110
89,676

41,824
405

2,942,594


Org.
857
144,275

198,001
13.1S9

6,753.255


Gft. Org.
621 4.732
882 32,916
1,442 10,330
53 1,167
1,050 12,805
1,318 2,666
9 505

5.375 65.121


Gft.
123

123


Org.
28,453

28,453


Tang.

31.848

69.784
879

652,506


Total
967
265.799

309.609
14.473

10,348,355


Tang. Total Col. Add.


68 5.421
2.225 36,023
1.838 13,610
17 1,237
2.470 16,325
49 4,033
514

6,667 77,163


Tang. Total
28,576

28,576


Col. Add.

65,671

44,106
9,560

2,994,780


3,132






3,132


Col. Add.
8,971

8,971






Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942

(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper
Auerbach. Lou
Fort Pierce Cooperative
Fort Pierce Growers Ass'n.
Grace Fruit Company
Hansen, Nels D., Fruit Co.
Indian River Citrus
M Associates
SKeene. R. D.. Inc.
Kerr Fruit Company
Scott Fruit Company
Ufco Packing Company
White City Fruit Co., Inc.




Packing House or Shipper
Palmer Corporation, The


Location
Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce
White City

Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce
Fort Pierce
White City
White City


SAINT LUCIE COUNTY
Manager
Lou Auerbach
T. S. Kirby
W. M. Moseley
W. E. Grace
Nels D. Hansen

Dan McCarty
C. C. Youngblood
A. R. Kerr
T. A. Scott
E. F. Ulrich
Nels D. Hansen


Total Shipments for Saint Lucie County:


SARASOTA COUNTY
Location Manager
Hyde Park M. Cantacuzene Speransky


Total Shipments for Sarasota County:


Gft.
1.210
121,180
381.330
31
22

117,855
2,563
1,856
1.411
346
22,673

650.477


Gft.
12,602

12.602


Org.
1.253
94.475
355,577
380


S7.782
2.009
205
4.086
20
14.334

560,121


Org.
72.258

72.258


Tang.
4
13.774
36.929
35


Total Col. Add.
2.467
229.429
773,836
446
22


7.408 213.045
1.226 5.798
3 2.064
606 6,103
366
2,149 39,156

62,134 1.272,732


Tang. Total
84.860

84.860


4,338






4.338


Col. Add.
70,949

70,949







Packing House or Shipper
Chase & Company
Cross Road Packing Co., Inc.
DeForest, Norman S. 1 1-2 Mi.
Fosgate, Chester C.. Co.
H & H Fruit
Lake Charm Fruit Co.
Nelson & Co., Inc.
Sanford Fruit Company
Southward Fruit Co.


Location
Sanford
Sanford
N. of Maitland
Forest City
Longwood
Oviedo
Oviedo
Sanford
Sanford


SEMINOLE COUNTY
Manager
Randall Chase
VW. R. Williams
Norman S. DeForest
Robert S. Bradford
Walter F. Holborn
H. A. Ward
B. F. Wheeler
H. E. Tooke, Jr.
Ira E. Southward


Packing House or Shipper
Monarch Orange Company




Packing House or Shipper
Alexander & Baird Co.
Alexander & Baird Co.
Calhoun Fruit Company
Comer, G. L.


Total Shipments for Seminole County:

SUMTER COUNTY
Location Manager
Wildwood W. J. Albritton

Total Shipments for Sumter County:

VOLUSIA COUNTY
Location Manager
DeLand R. B. McBride
Pierson J. B. Bradshaw
Barberville W. Bryant Calhoun
Oak Hill G. L. Comer


130,004 1.152,993


Gft.
147

147


Gft.
44
57
1.761
3.211


Org.
6.094

6.094


Org.
8.409
12,401
19,720
2.069


74,216 1.357,213 444.248


Tang.
57

57


Tang.
609
9.586
9,600
7


Total
6.298

6,298


Total
9,062
22,044
31.081
5,287


Col. Add.


Col. Add.
1,676
1,575
5,464


Gft.
1,163
1,165
2.437
84,868

7.110
3.180
27,493
2,588


Org.
62.336
13.253
10.339
817,739
1,484
76.079
88.620
60,458
22.685


Tang.
3,606
2.060
1.514
26.646
21
21,501
14.890
3,607
371


Total
67,105
16.478
14,290
929,253
1.505
104,690
106.690
91,558
25,644


Col. Add.
20,663
244

370,245

27,105
25,952

39






Certified Commercial Citrus Shipments From September 1, 1941, Through June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Packing House or Shipper Location
Day, The E., Company Oak Hill
Dentler Brothers DeLand
Florida Favorite Fruit House DeLand
Kays, Roy, Citrus House DeLand
McBride Packing Co. Senyah
Moundgrove Fruit Co. Bulow
c New Smyrna Packing Co. New Smyrna
Oak Hill C G A Oak Hill
Parrish Fruit Company DeLand
Perkins Groves Packing House DeLand
Pierson Fruit Company Pierson
Prevatt, F. F. Seville
Shiloh Fruit Packing Co. Shiloh
Snyder Citrus House DeLand
Spell's Citrus House DeLand
Strawn, Theodore, Inc. DeLeon Springs


VOLUSIA COUNTY (Continued)
Manager
Victor E. Perley
C. H. Dentler
J. S. Norman
J. A. Dreggors
T. E. Estey
Ray Coe
B. E. Bennett 1E
H. C. Allen
John F. Nelson
F. L. Carr
A. E. Engstrom
F. F. Prevatt
A. A. Taylor
S. M. Snyder
J. I. Spell
Robert R. Strawn


Total Shipment for Volusia County:

Season Statewide Totals:


5;

7,29:


Gft.
5,561
1,838
6
70
1,185
2,033
5,769
4,639
3,952
76
56
162
7,674
422
39
1,363

2,918

1,265


Org.
37,684
35,695
579
624
33.893
13.289
28.047
38,063
35,909
18.635
2.055
1,015
50.707
8,175
1.406
36,602

384.977

21,022.340


Tang. Total
43.245
1,947 42,480
164 749
37 731
15,850 50,928
1.135 16.457
228 44,044
208 42,910
1,544 41,405
329 19.040
460 2.571
1.004 2,181
259 58.640
262 8,859
133 1.578
282 38,247

43,644 481,539

1,735,188 30.048,793


Col. Add.
1,990




6,617



13,488



2,969


14,794

48,573

8,429,115






EXEMPTIONS FROT INSPECTION
Grapefruit, Oranges and Tangerines transported by express or parcel post. or used for charity and relief purposes, are
exempt from inspection and certification; and, therefore, are not included in the above report.


('CITIUS FRUITS CONDEMNED AND DESTROYED (September 1, 1941 through June 30, 1942):

Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total
At Packing Houses (Immature) ....---------------- ............................. ........... 7,625 10.145 383 18.153
At Canning Plants (Immature or unwholesome) ................ . .. .... ......... ,- 4,468 2.591 7,059
S The above figures do not include the enormous volume of citrus fruits voluntarily culled out and destroyed by packing houses
and canning plants.

PERSIAN LIMES CONDEMNED AND DESTROYED (July 1, 1941 through June 30, 1942):
Under the new Lime Inspection Law, inaugurated July 1, 1941, 216 equivalent standard boxes (1 3/5 bushels) were con-
demned and destroyed because of failure to meet the required juice content.









County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)

SEPTEMBER 1941
SC I ol.
County i_ Oft. \ Org. Tang. I Total Add.
Dade 1 1,3401 71 1 1,3471
Duval i 72| 721
Indian River ] 181| 181|
Polk I 69j 412] | 4811
Saint Lucie 221 131 [ 35
Statewide 50
Totals 1,612 504 2,116


OCTOBER 1941

County I Gft. Org. \ Tang.
Brevard 463
Broward 46 137
Dade 6,461 3,594
DeSoto 6,676
Duval 1,917 4,736
Highlands 18,002 6,3201
Hillsborough 8,220 12,013
Indian River 9,514 15
Lake 9,234i 12,142
Lee 17,109 2,279
Manatee 7,527 741
Marion 2,454
Orange 32,637 24,860
Osceola 5,808 11,244
Pasco 5,913 1,091
Pinellas 24,169 4041
Polk 353,795 80,668
Seminole 1,840
Statewide 171,14
Totals 500,8151 171,214


I Col.
Total Add.
463
183
10,055 1,164
6,6761 3,437
6,653 4,676
24,322 6,157
20,233 11,781
9,529
21,376 12,142
19,388 2,279
8,268 741
2,454 2,305
57,497 22,039
17,052 9,900
7,004 1,091
24,573 404
434,463 74,957
1,840 800

672,029 153,873


NOVEMBER 1941

I I I o l.
County G ftt. I Orig. Tang. Total Add.
Alachua | 6,173 6,173| 6,173
Brevard 20,827 28,584 1,128 50,539 20,568
Broward 319 1,160 15 1,494
Dade 6,475 4,540 5 11,020 2,413
DeSoto 86 27,299 1,845 29,230 26,896
Duval 3,726 26,903 2,411 33,040 26,903
Hardee 3,5091 3,509 3,509
Hernando 1,561| 2,4161 3,9771
Highlands 16,414| 47,6591 5,625| 69,6981 47,659
Hillsborough 8,4941 74,1681 1,689 84,351| 72,195
Indian River 47,619 4,764 982 53,365
Lake 13,061 254,399 9,862 277,322 248,290
Lee 14,302 6,806 21,108 6,804
Manatee 7,978 13,4081 21,386 13,005
Marion 30 143,406 143,436 139,842
Orange 13,142 523,961 46,042 583,145 512,902
Osceola 4,660 26,996 1,550 33,206 26,602
Palm Beach 393 390 783
Pasco 24,475 43,154[ 728 68,357 42,943
Pinellas 54,087| 25,2181 1,539 80,844 23,560
Polk 341,644| 631,9361 61,205 1,034,785 620,744
Putnam 3,051 3,051 1,472
Saint Johns 2,151 2,151 2,351
Saint Lucie 26,3061 4,084 582 30,972 3,578
Sarasota | 8,368 8,368 8,368
Seminole 2,8931 90,531 3,466 96,890 82,851
Volusia 2,277[ 15,106 329, 17,712[ 9,720
Statewide | I I
Totals | 608,815[ 2,019,288! 141,8091 2,769,912; 1,949,148









County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1 35 Bushel Boxes)

DE)I(EMBER 1941
CI ol.
('ounII y (|Gft. I Org. Tang. |Total Add.
Alachua 77 8,986 9,063 302
]Brevard 50,470 101,393 13,008 164,871 9,069
Broward 1,250 3,875 254 5,379
Citrus 27 1,554 15 1,596
Dade 9,128[ 12,107, 582 21,817 6,534
DeSoto 1,3051 38,014 17,907 57,226 26,546
Duval 3,215 23,9731 29,819 57,007 12,365
Hardee 285, 3,7341 4,650i 8,6691 3,7u4
Hcrnando 3 3,732 13,197| 16,932
Highlands 6,159| 49,557| 16,922| 72,638| 47,466
Hillshorough 10,2921 107,397[ 19,096| 136,785 80,245
Indian River 109,055| 10,515 8,031 127,601
Lake 31,281| 364,153| 66,947 462,381 292,964
Lee 3,628 3,809 568 8,005 2,657
Manatee 15,2501 8,610 111 23,971 5,225
Marion 4,5661 193,669 3,832| 202,067] 149,167
Orange 53,8931 795,494[ 209,1451 1,058,532' 706,555
Osceola 3,6131 33,9681 4,7641 42,345 33,968
Palm Beach 4,733' 4,0671 1,934 10,734
Pasco 21,7711 52,988' 5,109| 79,868 46,562
Pinellas 53,3571 37,2621 16,8431 107,462| 26,843
Polk 266,653' 840,7501 272,8591 1,380,2621 796,646
Putnam 567! 17,977! 2,4171 20.961, 1,660
Saint Johns 8,134 8,1341 6,820
Saint Lucie 6,59 41,355 18,088 146,040 760
Sarasota 15,7811 15,781 15,781
Seminole 8,6071 142,125 35,241 185,973 113,968
Volusia 7,609! 60,9021 17,226 85,737 19,496
Statewide I I
Totals 753,391 2.985,881 778.565 4,517,837 2,405,333


JANUARY 1942

('oui iy Gft. Org. Tang. |ITotal Add.
Alachua 2 18,702 7321 9,436| -
Brevard 64,9951 175,5451 12,4981 253,038
Broward 1,358! 4,6351 2681 6,261
Citrus 1591 1,025! 35| 1,2191
Dade 8,166 12,7371 962| 21,865| 600
DeSoto 875 39,008| 11,535! 51,4181 26,669
Duval 10,817 39,2521 13,728 63,797 2,020
Hardee 1,360] 2,292 3,652 298
Hernando I 1,932[ 12,3971 14,329
Highlands 21,0251 49,1731 13.0421 83,240| 19,190
Hillsborough 18.805 106,134 8,558 133,4971 38,039
Indian River 102,891 30,424 16,355 149,670
Lake 32,644 307,4301 48,0731 388,147 170,879
Lee 10,7821 15,6891 1,8731 28,3441
Manatee 25,162! 9,7491 7271 35,638
Marion 10,5421 151,4111 3,8231 165,776 16.528
Orange 65,017| 753,7911 121.5911 940,991 362,811
Osceola 3,6751 11,432! 1,6601 16,7671 10,825
Palm Beach 7,906! 6.706! 4,538| 19.150
Pasco 36,1501 54,262| 3,0191 93,431 14,782
Pinellas 60,467| 51,151 9,692[ 121,3101 13,279
Polk 263,6131 830,3491 192,0351 1,285,997 569,182
Putnam 1,0491 8,9531 4,0031 14,005!
Saint Johns I 6.990 6,990
Saint Lucic 97,480' 78,601 36,3391 212,509
Sarasota 12,6911 12,691 12,691
Seminole 18.116 161.555 28,129 207.800 119,853
Sumter I 2.364 57 2,421!
Volusia i 13,685| 77,068 22,109 112,862| 13,762
Statewide
Totals 875,3811 3,020,208| 570,070! 4,465,659 13,391,408










county y Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1 35 Bushel Boxes)

FEBRUARY 1942


County G(1. |
Alachua 571
Brevard 64,276
lroward 2,255
Citrus 9
])ade 11,389
DeSoto 2,1801
Duval 9,917|
Hardee
Hernando 8721
Highlands 17,313
Hillsborough 20,129;
Indian River 81,418
Lake 52,112
Lee 7,070
Manatee 14,489
Marion 7,888
Orange 74,105
Osceola 4,210
Palm Beach 5,632
Pasco 14,2101
Pinellas 71,122
Polk 338,231
Putnam 1,668
Saint Johns 54
Saint Lucie 102,585j
Sarasota
Seminole 25,2581
Sumter 501
Volusia 14,355


|I I C ol.
Org. ] Tang. I Total Add.
11,125 183 11,365
153,078 1,019 218,373
6,0871 305 8,647
1,132 3 1,226
15,224 702 27,315 35
35.8791 3,095 41,154 1,266
35,640 2,929 48,486
8,713 1,030 9,743
6,487 2,800 10,159
47,525 3.117 67,955 21,054
85,175 2,938 108,242 1,056
45,905 8,065 135,3881
250,542! 15,432| 318,086| 50,064
10,7671 594 18,4311
7,404| 351 21,928
93,289 970 102,147 1,810
799,477 38,912 912,494 186,689
21,294 796| 26,300 16,420
4,767 1,6541 12,053
25,801 6461 40,657
31,209' 2,1331 104,464 858
641,3281 100,491[ 1,080,050 158,716
16,184[ 2301 18,082
2,491 1 2,545!
87,036 6,258 195,879
2,089 2,089 2,089
187,062 5,754 218,074 64,1] 89
1,4231 1,473
79,3641 3,1891 96,90 5,595


Statewide I
Totals 1942,936' 2,713,497 203,2801 3,859,713 509,871





MARCI 1942
I I I C ol.
County (l. I Org. Tang. Total Add.
Alachua 150 3,199 3,349
Drevard 52,851 138,674| 69 191,594
Broward 2,630 6,305[ 129 9,064
Citrus 578 1,116 1,694
Dade 11,429 17,528 172 29,12
DeSoto 1,804 38,1631 290 40,257
I)uval 10,079 64,7371 1,519 76,335
Hardee 10,2601 191 10,451
Hernando 903 8,617 38 9,558
Highlands 14,309| 59,802 5131 74,644 30,392
Hillsborough 25.9891 99,191 500 125,680 3,272
Indian River 136,213| 44,823 233 181,269
Lake 71,253 220,386 1,654 293,293 45,088
Lee 7,530 17,372 49 24,951
Manatee 17,407] 9,507 26,914 902
Marion 8,128 41,555 231 49,914
Orange 130,807 827,206 5,355 963,368 226,061
Osceola 4,657 29,709 21 34,387! 19,012
Palm Beach 7,783 7,093 229 15,105
Pasco 17,564 42,7311 281 60,576
Pinellas 93,655| 44,3581 4861 138,499 8,469
Polk 434,8651 1,019,7761 25,6191 1,480,2601 164,409
Putnam 1,668 16,965 17 18,6501
Saint Johns 69 3,110 3,179!
Saint Lucie 130,686 94,815 861 226,3621
Sarasota 12,066 12,066! 12,066
Seminole 29,9691 147,425 1,620 179,0141 5,601
Sumter 97[ 667 764|
Volusia 10,836| 59,0391 753 70,628[
Statewide I I 4,
Totals 1,223,9091 3,086,1951 40,850| 4,350,954 515,272










County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)

APRIL 1942
Col.
('ountv ( ft. I Org. Tang. Total Add.
Alachua 798 71 8691
Brevard 35,507 118,130 153,637
Broward 1,862| 4,810 13i 6,685
Citrus 322 145 467
Dade 8,016! 11,717 19,733
DeSoto 1,4991 26,2491 27,748
Duval 20,9931 62,539 83,532 6,871
Hardee 67 3,227 3,294
Hernando 178 8,852 9,03
Highlands 42,208 81,341 123,549 11,761
Hillsborough 25,521! 118,160! 111 143,692 11,830
Indian River 117,150[ 56,5081 12| 173,670
Lake 57,4321 176,768 131 234,213 76,800
Lee 15,4001 16,999 I 32,399 1,957
Manatee 17,8861 10,098] I 27,984
Marion 5,812[ 27,268 33,080 203
Orange 143,418 788,662| 150| 932,23 309,811
Osceola 12,525[ 23,438 2! 35,965 8,554
Palm Beach 5,266i 7.3711 12,637
Pasco 15,6441 72.4541 22| 88,120
Pinellas 110,873i 50,0371 3| 160,913 7,552
Polk 510,076 1,009,1761 2571 1,519,50 181,121
Putnam 423! 1,766 2,189
Saint Johns 3,861 3,861
Saint Lucie 122,956; 101,837 61 224,799!
Sarasota 4,8241 10,6311 I 15,4551 10,631
Seminole 39,3201 185,3711 6 224,6971 21,942
Summer I 4521 452[
Volusia 3,691! 52,1321 38 55,8611
Statewide I
Totals 1,319.667 3,030,0701 533| 4,350,270| 649,033


MAY 1942

C ouiy GOft. Org. Tang. ] Total I Add.
Alachua 2,4731 2,473
Brevard 11,455 78,899 90,354
Broward 5471 18,000 18,547
Citrus 1961 125 321
Dade 3,145 6,377 9,522
DeSoto 2,4881 17,6701 20,158
Dural 12,827 69,0091 81,836 2,043
Hardee 3,209| 3,209
Hernando 7701 8,7181 9,488
Highlands 32,762 80,950| 113,712 27,723
Iillsborough 13,806 93,288 107,094 27,753
Indian River 80,970 63.359 9 144.338
Lake 33,217 111,946 26 145,189 53,703
Lee 18,568 20,140 38,708 303
Manatee 20,575 4,985 25,560 893
Marion 475 14,219 14,694 133
Orange 94,336 565,8201 660,156 189,571
Osceola 4,800 29,515| 34,3151 8,424
Palm Beach 1,3041 11,523J 12.827
Pasco 24,3241 72,7551 61 97,085
Pinellas 106,850 52,1751 159.025 3.515
Polk 366,1961 1,090,0471 401 1,456,283| 251,159
Putnam 2251 I 2251
Saint Lucie 64,891 112,6771 177,568
Sarasota 7,778 10,632 18,410 9,323
'Seminole 3,533 172,5211 176,054 23,583
Sumter 388 .1881 1,188
Volusia 388 34,138 34,526
Statewide I I 3,6
Totals 906,201[ 2,746,583[ 81 3,652,865 598,126










County Shipments By Months

(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)

JUNE 1941

I I Col.
County (I n. IOrg. Tang. Tolal Add.
Brevard 1,664 5,812( 7,476
Broward 138| 22,3391 22,477
Dade 522| 4,142| 4,664
DeSoto 1231 3,7611 3,884
Duval 2,906 53,770| 56,676 2,231
Hernando 30 5,669 5,699
Highlands 2,250 52,741] 54,I991 12,278
Hillsborough 1,248 45,089 46,337|
Indian River 11,348 23,183] 34,531
Lake 1,650 4,849 6,499 1,527
Lee 1,496 3,657 5,153
Manatee 9,4491 6,499 15,948 1,135
Orange 11,306, 167,3961 178,702 48,165
Osceola 651 7,365 7,430 2,408
Palm Beach 413 2,843 3,256
Pasco 5,786 93,006 98,792
Pinellas 19,353 24,845 44,198
Polk 67,452 608,813! 676,2651 177,846
Saint Johns 1,7161 1,716
Saint Lucie 18,954 39,614 58,568
Seminole 2,308i 64,5631 66,871 11,461
Volusia 77 7,228| 7,305
Statewide I I I
Totals 158,5381 1,248,9001 1,407,438| 257,051






countyy Shipments

SEASON SEPTEMBER 1, 1941 JUNE 30, 1941

(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)

I Col.
County (ift. Org. I|Tang. I Total | Add.
Alachua 1,0841 50,7291 915| 52,728 6,475
lrevard 302,508| 800,115| 27,722] 1,130,345 29,637
Broward 10,405 67,348] 984 78,737
Citrus 1,373 5,097 5 6,523]
Dade 66,071] 87,973 2,42 156,467| 10,746
DeSoto 10,360| 232,7191 34,672 277,751 84,814
Duval 76,397 380,6311 50,406 507,434 57,109
Hardee 352| 34,012 8,163 42,527| 7,541
Hernando 2,756i 45,5681 30,848| 79,172|
Highlands 170,442| 475,068 39,239| 684,749| 223,680
Hillsborough 132,5041 740,615! 32,792| 905,911[ 246,171
Indian River 696,359| 279,496 33,687 1,009,5421
Lake | 301,8841 1,702,615 142,007 2,146,506| 951,457
Lee 95,885 97,518 3,084 196,487[ 14,000
Manatee 135,723 71,001 873 207,597 21,901
Marion 37,441| 667,271| 8,8561 713,5681 310,018
Orange | 618,661| 5,246,6671 421,195| 6,286,523| 2,564,604
Osceola | 44,0131 194,9611 8,7931 247,7671 136,113
Palm Beach 33,037 44.7631 8,7451 86,5451
Pasco 165.837 458,242| 9,811| 633,890 105,378
Pinellas i 593,933| 316,659| 30,696! 941,288 84,480
Polk 2,942,594 6,753,2551 652,506 10,348,355 2,994,780
Putnam 5,375| 65,1211 6,667| 77,163 3,132
Saint Johns 123! 28,453] 28,576! 8,971
Saint Lucie 650,4771 560,1211 62,134| 1,272,732| 4,338
Sarasota 12,602| 72,2581 84.8601 70,949
Seminole 130,0041 1,152,993| 74,216 1,357,213 444,248
Sumter 147| 6,094 57 6,2981
Volusia 52,918, 384,977| 43,6441 481,539' 48,573
Statewide |
Totals 7,291,265 21,022,340 1,735,188[ 30,048,793| 8,429,115






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

Season-September 1, 1941 June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total
RAIL 5.741,969 15.919.280 1.298,408 22,959,657
TRUCK .......... .---------------- 1,340.379 4,651,651 377,441 6,369,471
BOAT ........................ -------.....- 208.917 561,409 59.339 719,665

TOTALS ............------. ----------------- 7,291,265 21,022.340 1,735.188 30,048,793
(N. B.)-Above figures represent the intended means of transportation 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 transporta-
tion before leaving the state.


Volume of Citrus Fruit Transported By Steamship From Florida Ports

Season 1941-1942

Port Boxes Grapefruit Boxes Oranges Boxes Tangerines
JACKSONVILLE ...... .......................................... ------------------...... 193,469 403,412 56,432
TA M PA .......................... ................................ ---- .....- ----------- 20,170 75,097 3,365

TOTAL ALL PORTS ......... .......... ........................213,639 478.509 59,797


Total Boxes
653.313
98,632

751.945





Comparison of Interstate and Intrastate Commercial Shipments by Counties

Season-September 1, 1941-June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County
Alachua ........
Brevard
Broward ..-.
S Citrus .....
Dade ......
DeSoto ...
Duval ....
Hardee ...
Hernando .
Highlands ....
Hiilsborough
Indian River
Lake ............
L ee ..............
Manatee ......
Marion ....
Orange ........


Interstate


Intrastate
---------- ----


Gft.
........ 1.007
... 297,786
115
... 931
8.134
........ 10.233
... 74,572
.. 352
...- .... 2.734
..-..-. 167.257
.....-.. 130.494
...... 667.030
........ 297,209
........ 94,409
...... 134.623
. 36,250
........ 617,030


Org.
48,451
783.281
29,707
3,354
168
228,338
370,140
33,882
44,938
458,878
726.147
253.814
1.669,927
93,794
69,650
648,067
5,228,992


Tang.
904
27,003

47
16
33.622
49,062
8,163
30.324
37.260
31,787
29,034
138.729
2,749
872
8.250
420,139


Total
50.362
1,108,070
29.822
4.332
8,318
272,193
493,774
42,397
77,996
663.395
888,428
949.878
2,105.865
190.952
205,145
692,567
6.266,161


Gft.
77
4,722
10,290
442
57.937
127
1,825

22
3,185
2.010
29.329
4.675
1,476
1.100
1,191
1,631


Org.
2,278
16.834
37.641
1,743
87,805
4,381
10,491
130
630
16,190
14,468
25,682
32.688
3.724
1.351
19,204
17.675


Tang.
11
719
984
6
2,407
1.050
1.344

524
1,979
1,005
4.653
3,278
335
1
606
1,056


Total
2,366
22,275
48,915
2.191
148.149
5,558
13,660
130
1.176
21,354
17,483
59,664
40,641
5,535
2,452
21,001
20,362






Osceola ................- .... .... 43,878 194,194 8.700 246.772 1.5 767 93 995
Palm Beach ........................... 14,100 21.683 4.559 40,342 18,937 23,080 4.186 46,203
Pasco ........... .................. 165.757 457.954 9.686 633,397 80 288 125 493
Pinellas -............................. 580,870 295,235 29.626 905,731 13.063 21,424 1.070 35,557
Polk ............. ....................... 2924,039 6.706.421 645.850 10.276,310 18,555 46.834 6.656 72,045
Putnam ........ ......... 4,877 60,885 6.467 72.229 498 4.236 200 4,934
Saint Johns .......... ....... 120 25.598 25,718 3 2,855 2,858
Saint Lucie ............. ....... 607,238 486,928 54.940 1,149,106 43,239 73,193 7.194 123,626
Sarasota ............... .............. 12.602 72.258 84,860
Seminole ............... .......... 129.963 1.152.470 73,842 1,356.275 41 523 374 938
Sum ter ......... ....... 147 6.094 57 6,298
Volusia .........-..- ... .......... 46.853 364.286 41,462 452,601 6,065 20,691 2.182 28,938
STATEWIDE ...........7,070.610 20.535,534 1,693,150 29,299,294 220,655 486.806 42.038 749,499






ROAD GUARD STATIONS AND PATROL


Eight road guard inspection stations were maintained on
all roads leading out of Florida or into the northwestern part
of the state where all trucks carrying citrus fruits were
checked "both for proper inspection papers and fruit itself. All
stations were manned by sufficient Inspectors to operate shifts
twenty-four hours daily. Regular station Inspectors were sup-
plemented by patrol men who were on duty at all times to


maintain contact with stations and to see that no trucks car-
rying citrus fruits evaded station inspection. In addition, these
inspection stations and the road patrol were important factors
in assisting with the administering of the Federal-State Market-
ing Agreement by exercising vigilance regarding restricted
fruit and furnishing daily records of truck movements to the
Growers Administrative Committee.


Location of Stations and Volume of Citrus Fruit Passing Each Station
October 16, 1941 May 10, 1942


Station No.
1
9
2

4
5
6
7
8


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:


Grapefruit
57.843
4,307
21.041
19.348
157.802
88,640
630.213
4.952

984.146


Oranges
434,590
28,657
103,381
80,360
791.364
390,649
1.947,490
23,836

3.800,327


Tangerines
30.651
1.510
5.956
9.087
57,088
29,808
199,226
1.439

334.765


Total
523,084
34,474
130,378
108,795
1.006.254
509.097
2,776.929
30,227

5.119.238









Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road
Guard Stations

By Months-1941-1942
STATION NO. 1-WILCOX
Date Gft. IOrgs. I Tangs. Total
October 1,417 3,989 5,406
November 6,051 55,132 1,688 62,871
December 9,293 127,478 14,055 150,826
January 7746 58,944 9,337 76,027
February 8,625 57,088 4,932 70,645
March 9,550 57,046 639 67,235
April 12,1231 57,5681 69,691
May 3,038| 17,3451 20,383
Total: 57,8431 434,5901 30,651[ 523,084

STATION NO. 2-BIRANFORD
Date Gft. Orgs. Tangs. Total
October 1,950 2,371 4,321
November 788 11,099 329 12,216
December 351 6,538 810' 7,699
January 270 2,960 306 3,536
February 411 2,601 56 3,068
March 406 1,962 9 2,377
April 107 774 881
May 24 352 376
Total: 4,3071 28,657[ 1,5101 34,474

STATION NO. 3-ELLAVILLE
Date Gft. Orgs. ] Tangs. Total
October 1,033 1,8771 2,910
November 1,683 12,66 662 15,011
December 2,853 25,622 2,506 30,981
January 2,959 15,838 1.172 19.969
February 3,600 14,708 1,486 19,794
March 3,301 13,563 121 16,985
April 4,649 13,733 3 18,385
May 9631 5,374 6 6,343
Total: 1 21,0411 103,381[ 5,9561 130,378

STATION NO. 4-STUWANNEE SPRINGS
Dali Gft. Orgs. Tangs. Total
October I 1,605! 1,123 2,728
November 2,226 11,841 659 14,726
December 2,632 20,830 4,104 27,566
January 1,995 12,911 2,885 17,791
February 2,222 11,270 1,396 14,888
March 4,163 10,893 22 15,078
April 3,815 10.349 21 14,185
May 690 1,1431 1,833
Total 19,348 80,3601 9,087| 108,795

STATION NO. 5-WHITE SPRINGS
Dale Gft. Orgs. I Tangs. | Total
October 7,821 20,891 28,712
November 25,078 125,999 3,939 155,016
December 21,834 210,529 33,182 265,545
January 22,9901 107,880 11,893 142,763
February 22,533 113,758 7,438 143,729
March 26,110 112,937 597 139.644
April 25,947 78,983 26 104,956
May 5,489i 20,387 13 25,889
Total 157,802| 791,364! 57,0881 1,006,254

STATION NO. 6-HILLIARD
Date Gft. I Orgs. Tangs. Total
October 7,931 8,106 16,037
November 10,014 50,591 1,161 61,766
December 14,600 133,823 18,106 166,529
January 12,868 51,563 6,558 70,989
February 12,985 52,5341 3,530 69,049
March 14,077 49,062 447 63,586
April 13,046 35,6831 6 48,735
May 3,119 9,2871 12,406
Total: 88,640: 390,6491 29,8081 509,097










Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road
Guard Stations

By 1Months-1941-1942
STATION NO. 7- YULE]E
Date ] Gft. Orgs. ITangs. Total
October 45,796 34,781 80,577
November 74,255 315,4141 19,970 409,639
December 94,023 399,295 105,091 598,409
January 92,649 279,248 50,053 421,950
February 90,777 296,031 20,558 407,366
March 107,133 311,570 3,405 422,108
April 103,193 246,286 89 349.568
May 22,387! 64,865 60 87,312
Total 630,2131 1,947,490[ 199,226 2,776,929

STATION NO. 8-LAKE CITY
Date W ft. I Orgs. Tangs. Total
October 5091 299 808
November 1,3981 4,337 6 5,741
December 899 12,259 844 14,002
January 637 1,434 192 2,263
February 521 3,118 397 4.036
March 832 1,372 2,204
April 85 816 901
May 71! 201 272
Total: 4,9521 23,8361 1,439[ 30,227

TOTAL ALL STATIONS
Date Gft. | Orgs. I Tangs. Total
October 68,062 73,437 141,499
November 121,493 587,079 28,414 736,986
December 146,485 936,374! 178,698 1,261,557
January 142,114 530,778 82,396 755,288
February 141,674 551,108 39,793 732,575
March 165,572 558,405 5,240 729,217
April 162,965 444,192 14 607,302
May 35,7811 118,954! 79 154,814
Total I I
All Stations 1 984,1461 3,800,3271 334,7651 5,119,238










CITRUS CONTAINER REPORT (Including S. M. A. Purchases) FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1941 THROUGH JUNE 30, 1942


(All figures represent equivalent standard boxes (1-3/5


bushels) transported in listed type of container)


NAILED BOXES


COUNTY







Alachua
Brevard
Eroward
Citrus
Dade
DeSoto
Duval
Hardee
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Indian River
Lake
Lee
Manatee
Marion
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
Saint Johns
Saint Lucie
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Volusia
Statewide


1i :i, I


co co r

10.659
935,532
49.661

53.057
48,212
1,627
715
5,380
84,388
46,082
873,940
347,233
72,763
184.864
255.059
521.845
140;
35.960|
13,654
551,808 3,3601
1.397,473 96
495
S 23,696
1,126,507
37,878
25.972
3,8601
218,3061 |
16,926.766| 3,4561


C,)



10,668


L3
m



807~
27,019
451


33,172
28.591
5,742
30.323
37,826
30,987
27.999
25 118.6301
2,9091
800o
6,100
422,908
2,403!
4.3821
9,9491
S 27,8031
S611,538
9121

81 54.0191

56,0831
571
S 22,6051
3311,563,6091


1,2151
14 4,2001

I3015,41511




31
3015,415|11


Total 1-3/5 Bu. Units-by type of containers: 8,707,20411


BAGS


WIREBOUND
BOXES

:3
m
Iia



38,7981 108
185,6291 76
57,126 370
3,201 44
112.757 i|
187.655 480i
454,496 19,5991
26.918 2,4461
46.305
550,429 13
786.984 1,24711
114,759 38 1
1,441.372 18,194
128.727 78
25,1961 24
332,342 2,163
5,008,3421 36.033
211,654 6,570
50.795 77
695,805
396,260 197
8,209.0081 31,492!
46.2481 5,0131
4,8661
112,681 18
46,982
1,206,111 24,3201
2,381
155,423 19,30811
20,639,2501 167,90811


1.0161


:3














1,016


.S
.0co


:3
i



1,9151
3,803
304
2,970
83
15,935
11,443
482
440
6,154
54,266'
2.953
140,817
265
5,188
93,157
186.512
15,415
26
5,141
17,928
212,771
11,9201
14
3,845

56.2851

55,458


.0


270


585!


11
30:
20|



12,940


.0
.0 ~1)


581



70
7,525


2,6311
2,5891
11
13,9101


3.689
34,080
9,2801

1961
127
140,562
55


2,380o

5,199



5,246|


4124

44,124


4,342

6,9741


905.4901 118.5S51 13.8561 226.0891


20,807,15811


BASKETS


:3

i)n


2,839
1,031

5,651
43

10

970
468
1,611
292
6


101

131

2,009
2,040


12,246



1


56,951!1 29,4491


CYL. C-BOARD
DRUM BOXES

3 3
ml m
:i,


TOTALS


52,728
1,165,802
108,542
6,523
171,548
286,105
532,633
36,868
82,448
704,395
928,804
1,033,466
2,116,349
207,502
216,238
696,029
6,292,023
249,015
91,371
725,637
1,002,315
10,790.452
64,982
28,576
1,328,674
84,860
1,377,143
6,298
479,422


2721
756
555

18.988
1,165
12,117
16,752
2.754
1631
42
54,864
112

842
791
64,802


19,332

2,501

4191
207,8951


1 17 29937 150 30866758


3z221 OU,O0). iO56


I


I I


I, ,oI I i


nrrirll ~~ n~~ oco


I


2,7341
2,636
47
12,274

3
3,466
21,590|
3,419

50
4081
59,392
339

18

1,529

9251





CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1941 1942 (Through June 30, 1942)


CODES: (G-1)-Seeded Gft.; (G-2)-Pink Seeded


(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)
Gft.: (G-3)-Seedless Gft.; (G-4)-Pink Seedless Gft.; (O-5)-Early
(O-7)-Late Org.; (O-8)-Temple Org.; (T-9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES


Kind And
Var. Fruit


.G-1
G-3
. 0-5
0-6
...0-7
...0-8
.T-9
.G-1 871
G-2
..G-3 84
.G-4
.. 0-5 312
0-6 27
...0-7
..0-8
...T-9 661 43
..G-1
G-2
G-3
0-5 I I


2,421
9,549

322
2,252 21,199
53! 498
2,6341 47,209
429 7,662
4,162! 20,575
12,7821 201,065
3,2491 81,296
1,752| 3,597
6,035 93


32
102


24,324 474'
538
35,743 321
5,271
3,7091 142
108,498! 2,290
82,583 343
178
173 6


8951
112
1,582
24,737
2,402
11
372
1,250
91
1,695
571
735
10,581
2,337
710
410
81
5
2,248
4,6931


*I... -
cii aS^ -


I7
1,503
6,374

210
46,972 68
1,1891 85
84,8551 1,448
13,110!
8,503
164,7081
23 | 63,2021 3,060
5,870'
20,271 101

I30
I 77


64!
61
4221
1,586
142

11
1,6331 17
22!
1,123
115
632
11,9101 29
1,116 1
1381
5241
4,559 25
90
3.3351 1
6,6431


966
118
5,928
42,246
2,544
11
915
98,276
2,476
175,112
26,644
38,770
511,890
237,210
12,2451
27,722
4,665
95
5,645
11,515


800,115!
27,7221 1,130,345

10,405|
1


County
Alachu


Brevard







Broward


Org.; (O-6)-Midseason Org..;


1,084


50,729
915


302,508


52,728


-----~


l


a .......................












Citrus




Dade ..






D'Soto






Duval


30






2,159
288'
1,338
2,3311
913
411
435 124
52
641
10,854 8,028
1,176 3,540 2
172
2,4061

154 10

69 501
1,117 8
816


187
S 392
1,064
133;
990
12 186
9 3,3311
912!
53
8,601
308 96 6,008
5,085
7,366
410 5,266
1,194
104
47 16 188
2.108
22,999
527 95 68,773
,341 420| 29,338
521 1841
S14.565'
338' 330 17,110
,308 332 38,169
127!
285 825' 47,611
340 4 908' 104,363
,832 8,867 162.384 2
S 861 1.1741
2181 I 41,980


S 6,841' 7,028
S 22,4981 6,6341 16,6251 46,149
1,562| 2,6561 67,348
38 9461 984 984 78,737
S 291 28' 190
26 167 1,1831 1,373
2 200
155 3831 3,878
9 98 1,019 5,097
S53 53 6.523
10,244 17 16,415 37,436|
61 6
12,675 26 9,2280 28,6291 66,071
7.158, 3,835 17,416
7,925 12,352 29,974
10,549 20,8211 37,959
S 671 41 7181 2,624 87,973
1,459 819 1 2,42 2,423 156,467
3,368 975 42 5.195
275 I 2751
2,7101 20 I 4,8901 10,360
1 9,303 171 2,4081 35,371
47.391' 1.854 137,522
20,341 1,928 59,084
S"051 I 29 742 232,7191
16,720' 1281 822 311 34.672| 34,672 277,751
1,111 107 527 42 19,565
8 8
6,425 516 716 62 56,682
15 142| 76,3971
6,143 1.291 1,141 57,296
8.605 722 1.527 2651 121."00
1 17,769 75, 1,70 299 200,734
S271 1 141 1,301 380,631
| 6,030| 4201 928 14' 50,4061 50,406 507,434






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1941 1942 (Through June 30, 1942)


Kind And
Var. Fruit
.................-.. G-3
....... G-3.......... G-
...................0-5
.................... 0-6
.....................0-7
.....................0-8
T-9
.................... -1
....................G-3
.....................G-3
S...................0-5
................... 0-6
.....................0-7
G-1
....................G-3
................... -4
.....................0-5
.................0-6
..................... 0-7
..................... 0-8


16!
383
551
6,087
156
205
8,2431


(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)
Gft.: (G-3)-Seedless Gft.; (G-4)-Pink Seedless Gft.; (O-5)-Early Org.; (O-6)-3Midseason Org.;
(O-7)-Late Org.; (O-8)-Temple Org.: (T-9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES


84!
7621
261
251

302 4
38
19
423j 33
2491 3

1,3781


3,895
3


| s

285

4,734
9,480
3,723
4041
4,5 00
1
606
1,695
7,322
11,751 5891
13,658
32,839
82,976
5491
31,628
77,628
222,111
36,351


67
1,089
8,655
4,320
145
3,3501
21
1,4411 342
1,4351
3,853[
14,1231 2,519
15,6341 387
3,864
36,5231 3,347
7
10,446 250
29,383
41,5571 1,173
9031


I

10

2
20
1981
1101
611
480
136
2.185
9251
4,633
653
4,9141


285
67 352
5,907
18,897
8,634
574 34,012
8,163 8,163
5
2,751 2,756
3,7091
12,0381
29,8211 45,568
30,848 30,848
37,390
132,496
556 170,442
43,405
111,850
269.398
50,4151 475,068


CODES: (G-1)-Seeded Gft.; (G-2)-Pink Seeded


County
Hardee ....-





Hernando ...




Highlands ...


42,527


79,172








HIillsborough






Indian River





4-
c .,
Lake






Lee


S i 1,880;
l 1,921
243!
2,6621 74
S430
S 1.454
5,500
S 1,298
162;
i122 3,818 28,180
12! 718!
103 161 14,044' 147,932;
258 1,603 9,313
1,991, 4,401
3,715 22,626
3,505 37,809
691' 2,934
7.5,61 871
2,693'
2711
5,135
1,824!
63,9781
67 86,2001
782' 27,790
8,209
2891 23,3311
4,797
I 5111
6,109[
2781
4881
10,4651 40
S 7,9021


2,901 277
47
17,371
378 26
1,841 54
11,697 1.274'
2
8,8191
171
66,891 1211
2,493'
2,379
5.045 27
20,216 413
221 21
4461
50'
6,9311 3471
1861 201
1,267[ 1,3981
3,126 1,4621
3,950' 3,771
18 1,168
,571 97
254
1,172

282
660| 2721


16,607 |
16,899'
289
34,531 1,2601
660
64,234
139,593
153,055 1,421
1,4421
10,746
1271
440
549
596
94
180
282
59,007
661
135.373 341
4,748! 1244
246,044
506,173
279,2771 3531
4,0021
64,6181
20,331
322 [
36,578 1,583
1,672
5,305
7.269
26,572! 701


18,9121 565' 1,2751
13,908 151 5581
99 1
32,5321 3,707 339
1,002
40,299 2,8401
136,157 123 3.632
158,6041 12,145 2,8871
526 59'
20,7571 180 9271
50,447' 688 3,5441
1,310 21' 80'
1292.725 28,946 20.775;
11,5111 4011 567
11,0391 1.99 1
39.6501 7,881
81,8" 0 7,1591 8,884
9,7441 3,901
20.8891 8351 4,058!
22.159 3551 907
593|
54,8131 1,8171 775
2,2791 I 5
126,5251 79 10.5821
206,361[ 9.202
97,8611 3,783 3,423
5,3941 3331
48,0611 2,794 2,2891
7,836| 3 1,0551
6561
6,9271 5,095 2051
389'
1,0281 80!
1..1611 1,709!
15.3311 2.044 3271


39,239 39,239 684,749
36,365
1,571
92,476
2,092 132,504
109,230
286,900
50! 342,431
15 2,0541 740,615
201 32.792 32,792 905,911
I 95,7451
S 2,312
19 572,1571
26,145 696,359
22.541
79,540
159,910
17,692 279,496
33,687 33,687 1,009,542
17: 85,584
1,575
7 205,539
9,186' 301,884
6 449,879;
812,591
31 421,0211
S19,124' 1,702,615
1711 142,007 142,0071 2,146,506
821 34,358
1,489
S57.699'
S 2,3291 95,885
331 7,6571
800 33,726'
29: 53,2071






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1941 1942 (Through June 30, 1942)
(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)
CODES: (G-1)-Seeded Gft.; (G-2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G-3)-Seedless Gft.: (G-4)-Pink Seedless Gft.; (O-5)-Early Org.; (O-6)-Iidseason Org.;
(O-7)-Late Org.; (O-8)-Temple Org.; (T-9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES


r S cC. i. .0': -- -' C

County Var. Fruit
Lee (cont'd.) ..... 8 1911 1,697 1040 128 12 928 97,51
T93128 1,9 7)51 1 238 12! 3,084 3084 196,487
SManatee .... G-1 48 19,907 200 6,834 12,349 25,994 2,465 559 68,356
.................... G-2 1,949 1181 518 2,142 27 81 4,835
3 76 12,922 182 8,151 13,201 13,051 2,278 25 49,886
... .................. 3,796 612 3,203 3,9681 950 117 12,646 135,723
...... 0-5 4,153 3,515 5,430 14 62 13,174
-O ..... -6-- 7,101 13,621 9,064 267 30,053
.0.... 0-7 4,479 462 115 11,299 9,933 1,077 213 27,578
S6 196 71,001
........... 797 I 873 873 207,597
Marion ...... ....... G-1 171 6,336 2 842 66 255 9,670
...G-3 408 33 20,902 6,042 149 98 27,632
SG-4 [ 1 88' 34 11' 6 139 37,441
0.... -5 18,710' 56,3581 8581 2,541 139,8591 98,211 56 5,964 103 322,660
S-.....0-6 1,108 15,364 64,9011 1,079 1,214 189 122,666 67,634 42 3,945 10 278,152
...... ...... 7 2,064 2,944 214 238 54,727 3, 601 1,383 66,138
.. ....... 0-8 436 158 116 11i 3211 667,271[
-T-9 43 4,006 4,060 356] I 8,8561 8,856 713,568
Orange ....... ..... G-1 71 811 375 84,499 29,9911 177 2,591| 101 119,2591















Dsceola ....






Palm Beach






Pasco .







Pinellas


..G-2 [ 26]
G- 3 3,214[ 2,473
..G-4 135
0-5 200 58,957
0-6 4,845 111,838 28
0-7 111,938
0-8 13,412
T-9 12 27,028
G-1
G-3
G-4
.0-5 301
.0-6 1,033
0-7
-0-8
.T-9 91
..G-1 4
G-3 2,153 723
G-4 26 38
. 0-5 8
0-6 1 1,5041 1,057
0-7 3,741 907
0-8
T-9 1,3601
G-1 I 1,7961
G-2 215
.G-3 11,650 30
G-4
0-5 5.335
0-6 11,895
..0-7 10,7291
0-8
T-9 268
G-1 7,717:
G-2 46


48'
9,305
23

450
4,889

13,724
117'


22
48 19,468
522
52,125
51 660
26,423
71,903
115,911
725
4.546
11 137,084
698 139


28 5251
12,790 568 322,608
165 2 6,8211
5341 102 691,889'
6,924 980 1,463,960
31,8801 4,444 1,463,926 .1,925
856! 225 46,8791
443 241 217,4513
3691 16.647,
70| 25,0741
4961
44,290:
2201 234; 55,180
6571 103 86,515
351
2,1591


196
75 35
75'


S 1,203
119,929 25,518 215'
S 2,9811 90i 51
1 251,4491 9 5,220
500,2061 1,985
S 390,9451 42,129 723
33,5011 5| 1,711
S 164,870 10,221 889
835 222
108 184 8

1,248 2871
2,576 303
1,743 203 161
6,529[ I 14
S131 3,444
11,851 13,772
119 194[
41 281
5,346 9,5261
9,542 55 12,043,
263 451
S3,1781 230 3,955
3,856 142
3331 1
58,577 6,313 108'
5671
18,4841 148:
53,446 37
112,978 24,642
247
4.872 125
28,676 937 12,907
2,281


1,782
487,375
10,245 618,661
42 1,008,402
2,090,766
2,050.910
96,589 5,246,667
38 421,195 421,195 6,286,523
18,073
25,444
496 44,013
46,126
59,546
89,237
521 194,961
8,793 8,793 247,767
4,161
28,499
377 33,037
526
17,543
23 26,386
308 44,763
8,745 8,745 86,545
25,310
1,1181
138,108
1,301 165,837
I 50,390
137,731,
269,149
972 458,242
9,8111 9,811' 633,890
201.056
3.281


l
r






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1941 1942 (Through June 30, 1942)


CODES: (G-1)-Seeded Gft.; (G-2)-Pink Seeded


(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)
Gft.; (G-3)-Seedless Gft.; (G-4)-Pink Seedless Oft.; (0-5)-Early Org.; (O-6)-Midseason Org.;
(O-7)-Late Org.; (O-8)-Temple Org.; (T-9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES


Kind And
Var. Fruit
(cont'd.) ..........G-3
............................ G-4
................ ...........0 -5
.......................... -6
.................. .......0-7
.............. ..... 0-8
......................... T-9
.............................G-l
........................... G-2
........... ........G-3
..................... -4
........................... 0 -5
............................0-6
......................0-7
............ .......0-8
.............. ......... T-9
....................... G-1
............................G-3
........................0-5
........................0... -6


4,4221
499
493
120 9,572
S 7,624
97
I891
4201 8,332

1 4,104
31
340 18,155
611 52,497
19,808!
2,546
203 74,862
80

1 701
| 2501


-g'


786 72,9341
720 2,046;
173
364
370 6,115
151

11,9721
42,
23,869'
278
571
47 337
350 7,567'
150!
233

1021
14
304


193

356

71
200
3,241
563

5

49
10


207,707 2591
5,937
22,2291
73,157
98,293
278
16,832
1,064,924 1,5801
1,709
S1,187,085 2,714
11,657 79
633,745
1,633,138 1
2,848,496 4,952|
S 65,289
299,036
760
481
10,528
26,9961 [


a'-
43'


71,471
2,5321
8,815
27,673
35,4531
161
11,8234
240,366!
9581
263,6231
4,522!
233,039
408,049
715,319
23,9041
253,778[
2,4481
1,135
9,022
12,896


18.271
1,593

5,449

69
8??

79,329
489
891

49,002

20,286
83
25


419

4,299
8,785
6,476
793
1,070
2n.- 1

4,2881
271
13,0401
8,913
6,818
2,145
4,0441
2101
31
877,
1,607|


i





376,269
13,327 593,933
36,009
119,671
159,780
1,199 316,659
30,696' 30,696
385 1,357,328
2,724
91 1,565,459
17,083 2,942,594
1911 899,241
S2,103,242
504 3,656,057
118 94,7151 6,753,255
64 652,506 652,5061
151 3,601
1,7741 5,375
19 20,5791
51 42,114,


County
Pinellas
C 1
r ,,



Polk .....







Putnam


941,288


10,348,355








............................ -7
0-8

Saint Johns .. .......... G
.....................-5
0-6
.. ......... .... 0 -7
Saint Lucie .............. G-1

- - - - - - - - .. G 3
.........................G-4
................. .......... -5
......................0-6
.. ................. 0 -7
0-7
0-8
....... T-
Sarasota .................. G-3
"i ........... 0-5
O-5
0-(;
0.-7
Seminole ............. .......G-1
.............. G -2
........ ... .. .. G -3
....................... - -G -4
0-5
.............. ...... ..... 0 -6
..................... .. 0 -7
........................ 0 -8
.T-9
Sumter .....G-1
...................... 0 -5
........................... 0-6
.......................... 0 -7
................. T -9
V olusia ....................... .....G -lI


49 941'

224 17 3,674
S 78
2,033 633 35 177
2.849 6,526
2,045 2,902
S 620 20,433 26,291 4,715
578 431
154: 1,784 76,346 113,702 611 4,419
162 2,864 2,482
S1,025 453 712
1,658 79,220, 21.911 1,914:
598 69,202| 49,484 11,7781
602 5,690 1,798| 789
16,493 1,378 4371,096
5,152 1,2361
3,560
4,939
6,898' 23'
37 34 37,366
563
39 3, 9 70,106
3,037
217 19 116,418
35 2,659 158 384,926
586 10,0771 1,789 371,809 789
740 33 5,532
1,530 271 38,415
1 8 971
2031
575 i 61 2,2841
553 181
1,749 2,43 4
1 1,7491 2,4371 1,726 4 2,230


1,295 117 [ 2,402
26 I 26 65,121
2,52 5 169 6,667 6,667 77,163
45 123 123
132 2,136 290 11,138
1,694 691 11,738
390 240 5,577 28,453 28,576
60,765; 1,922: 7,514 122.260
1,451 911 81 |l 2,632
240,227 46,328 30,814 514,385
5,280 350 62 11,200 650,477[
2,810 1,073 6,073
72,913' 28,400 4 206,0201
142,021 14,005 6,768 20 323,876
10,962 4,809 2131 24,152 560,121
35,547 531 6,652| | 62,134 62,1341 1,272.732
6,2141 12,602 12,602
15,967 19,527
14,463 0 19,402
26,408 33,3291 72,258 84,860
3,439 1 40.881'
54 617
12,795 1,740 15. 84,707
7621 3,799' 130,004
45,812 211 186 162,863
99,6211 487,399
96,127 12,007 493,1841
3,112 1301 9,547 1,152,993
33,219 818 207 74,216 74,216 1,357,213
42' 147 1471
274 477
1,033 3,953
7581 172 1,664 6,094
17, 571 57 6,298
16,482 773 3,989; 7 29,397






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS Season 1941 1942 (Through June 30, 1942)


Kind And -
Var. Fruit -
cont'd.; .........G-2
G-3
...... G.......- -4
O..................... 0-5 78
0-6 124 688
....................... 0 -7 686
........................... -8 51
...........................T -9 5| 71
..........G-1 6771
................. G-2
............ ........ G -3 103 475
G-4 258
0-5 I21,743
.-6 1,232 24,653
.................. 0-7 5,577
................... 0 -8 571
.. T-9 286, 339
.. ............. G ft. 361 1,152!
.. Org. 1.232 52,030
...................Tang. 2861 339


Statewide All Kinds


(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)
Gft.; (G-3)-Seedless Gft.; (G-4)-Pink Seedless Gft.; (O-5)-Early
(O-7)-Late Org.; (O-8)-Temple Org.: (T-9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES


13|
2,168W 2,528
45 60
6,875 408
24,6561 12,231
18,755 13,288
91 1
9,387|
59,802' 72,573
3,2801 1,853
85,2131 278,283
9,258 20,657'
237,683' 26.409
441,082 325,421
238,841 206,762
36,825 12,249
175,990 1,558
157,5531 373,366
954,431 570,841
175,9901 1,558


448| 681
7,603| 3681
4,3821 1,4841


98,893
1,590!
283,5S85
13,555
11.153
162,482
251.142
3,266[
2,1541
497.623
428,043
2.154


1,5171
2,801:
73
6.281
11,236
27,303
2,149
375
4,391
46,969:
375'


54
1,975 13,7331 495 1,302
| 142 20
44,115 23,392 1,8821
65,682, 82,655 11,2171
23,632| 30,770 3,170 5,417
100 80|
15,743[ 15,844| 658 2,0001
1,544,222 1.5801 576,4411 17,609 81,642
5,957! 139 13,445 224 375
2,247,517 6,157 1,350,505 225,924 90.029
39,712 2031 49,220! 3,873' 1,169
2.171.176 132 940.6811 5141 66.2081
4,982,861: 2,031.647 8871139.274
5,986,941 13,143 2,125,643 193,032 126,6311
167.515 |I 96,919 46 21,312:
773,372 [ 709,4451 38,410 22,883
3,837,408 8.0791 1,989,611 247,630173,215
13,208,493113,1421 1321 5,194.890, 194,479353,425
773,372 I 709,445! 38,410, 32,883


1.879 53,521- 1,287,974 945,7651 927,820 51,735' 17,819,273 21,222 132; 7,893,946 480,519 559,523 5,484


(ODES: (G-1)-Seeded Gft.; (G-2)-Pink Seeded


S30,048,793


Org.; (O-6) -Midscason Org.;






.-7

S 67
23,187
267 52,91
S77,879
23 205,247
26 101,610
241 384,977
I 43,6441 43,644 481,539
691 2,455,6471
26,863'
179 4,670,771
6| 137,9841 7,291,265
,721 3,483,701 I
,182 8,021,957
983 9,175,998
346 340,684 21,022,340
376 1,735,188 1,7.15,188 30,048,793
876 7,291,2651
232 21.022,340
376 1,735,188 30,048,793


County
Volusia (
c ,,


taewide






Statewide



Statewide



















County
Hernando .......
Lake -------.......--
Marion .............
Orange .........
Polk .......----------
Saint Johns ..-
Seminole ....
State Totals


"A-Qui

November 17
Figures Represent Equiv



i< < -
N
.L .d 3
Dm 32 m


40
4,456 5.883
3.299 37,217
S,244
188 558


582
1,859


7.943 51.942 2,441


ality Juice' Grades

7, 1941 Through June 30, 1942
alent Standard Boxes (1 3-5 Bushels).


E
d< o< o<
.. < *<

0 0
Do Z D c : Z-
62 462 318 i 842
176 216
1.3S3 5.226 [ 17,530
183.884 1.158 6,351 | 928 234.696
1,67S I8 5.678 15.600
124 2 895
22 6.086 1,040 7.148
84 193,493 1,158 18,913 928 25 276,927






CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season Septcmtler 1, 1941 thru June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushcl 1Boxes)

CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT.: (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless;
(1) Pink Seedless. ORG.: (5) Early; (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG.: (9) All.


S 36

S 96-100

48


'101 IG^LI-

0110 '6
101 0171
0110'6 E
|01|0|7|
01 0181
01'T 91
02 G:l' 4,936
i02 G'2 134
02'G'3 631
102 G 4 63
02 O05 213
02'0 6 869
0210 7 167
'02 81 31
1021TI9] 26i


96 100-112 126 150
... -- Totals Tls
216 250 288 324-360 ,y Kin Totals
-- -- of Fruit By Kind
144 168 .. .. By of Fruit f Fi t
S- Variety tofFruit
210 246 294 336


4(I I.\4I'EFRUIT
46 54 64 O | 8o
04 70 1 80
112 120 O .NG ES
150 16 200
60 7 TEMPLE ORANGES
I 9 10 10
100 120 TANGERINES
150 176 200
S 5 326 274 2031 143
22 21 31] 30|
S19 116 661[ 9261
941 3,7371 6,449 6,872!
1051 369 452 449
4 5| 11 1|
142 2381 186
13,9271 27,748 23,093 16,159 12,230
519[ 739. 532 314' 2221
5,373 20,871 33,158' 37.749 48,209
721 3,145 5.455 6,175' 7,3651
| I 530 1,531 5,0711 5,492
] 109 16,8411 48,0671 92,759; 90,105
4; 10,6261 33,7011 52,394| 42,768
1,5441 3,7921 3,443[ 2,1711 9261
331[ 6,610] 8,4801 6,724! 2,583[


S 966|
1 | 118| 1,084
1,730| 979 246 5,928
8,107 5,715 902 42,248
3541 261 140 2,5441
| I 111 50,729
1141 9151 915'
1 I 98,276
I I 2,4761
1531 455 1 175,1121
11,9 76 26,6441 302,508
11,986 5,480 3071 38,770'
110,1971 48,141 1.2481 511,8901
33,0491 13,410 4,1831 237,2101
111 12,2451 800.115
4631 16 27,722 27,7221


COlUNTY


Alachua





Brevard


151
14
1,251
9,518
414
235:
182
161
28,513
3,6441
8,160
103,554
46,908
327
2,246


52,728


1,130,345







Broward





Citrus



Dade ....


:03 G'l 195[ 561 1,158 1.165 9711 495 119 11
03'G 2 10 15 27 22 16| 5| | I
03 G|3 419 934 1,252 1,3541 1,006j 446 230; 4]
030 5 104 556 1,153 1,6241 1,849[ 2,740 1,9121
0]3 06 20 357 981 1.2401 1,3191 1,1791 985' 7461
01S07 367 2,857 6,836 10,7271 7,5491 8,068| 6,1511 2,5651
031018 135 488 655| 9341 06! 911 44 3
03T 9 109 2101 49 217! 148 50 1
04 Gl 7 161 21 45 521 481 11
04'G3 1 158 284 377 176[ 1451 27
10405 2 171 411 691 26 191 18
04 0 6 91 1991 711 1,082 919 4321 340
104 O 7 14 43 174 225! 339 1651 5
04'T9 I 2 20 21 1 8
106 G 1 1,825 4,356 6,963 8,511 7,539 5,2011 2,674 29 338
1061G 21 21 21 21
|06|G3 344 1,357' 2,857 1,655! 5,6941 6,226 5 5, 453 1,590
06 05 33 19 926| 2,157| 3,162 3,634 3,332 2,526[ 1,3161
[06|106 16 1,7741 4,164 5.845 6,3501 5,579 3.8901 1,9921
060|7 841] 86 3,255 5,2711 6,719 7.230 6,298 4,668| 2,7411
0608 135 181 455 6151 991 1 2601 83 25 1]
06 T 9' 5 101 215 360 498 562 444' 189 16
071G 1 105j 557 1,3121 1,385 928 829 791
07 G12 57 68 74 35 41
07 336 7341 1,037 1,107 769 655 252
07105 12 3 500 1,113 2,735 4,109 8,591 8,951 7780
07'0 6 36 1 3.155 10.7181 23,5081 19.987 36,662 26.05' 17,085!
070 7! 1,626 8,932 12.9401 11,256 13,099 7,5781 2,9921
07'0 8 8 57 157 234[ 1301 122 31 31
'07 T 9 322 1,1001 8,689 11,0741 8,029 2,091 2,931 428 8
108 G|1 236! 3,176 4,82 4,5731 4,173 2,37 1611 2 39
080G2 3[ 4] 1 | |
08 G3 526 3,603 7,145 12.87 10,957 12,67 7,683| 73 1,143
08!G4 11 12 23[ 60 42
080 |5 911 11 1,3101 3.583! 7,861 9,158 12,6771 12,132 8,248,


I 4,665
95]
S 5,645 10,4051
1,577i 11,515
201' 7,028
1,0291 46,149
2,6561 67,348
984 9841 78,737
190| |
1,183| 1,3731
81 200
104] 3,8781
7 1,019 5,097
51 53 6,523
37,436
6
28,629 66,071
311 17,416
364 29.974
8501 37,959'
2,6241 87,973
2,423: 2,423 156,467
5,1951
275
4,890 10,360
1,577| 35,371
317 137.522
661 59.084
S 742 232,719
S34,672; 34,6721 277.751
I 19.565'
81
56,682
142 76,397:
2,225 57,296


DeSoto





Duval .






CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 1, 1941 thru June 30, 1942
(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) Mlidseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG.: (9) All.


COUNTY




SDuval (Cont'd.)


Hardee ...........




Hernando


36 46 54 GRAPEFRUIT 96 10011 126 150
S-- -(4 0 )- -Totals Totals
S96-100 11 126 )ORANGES 216 250 288 324-360 By Kind Totals Totals
g 9--- __-_- 150 176 ] 200-- of Frnit Iy Kind All
e 4 TI>I1I'LE ORAN GE S 1inds
Si 48 60 76 TEMPLE ORAN 144 168 ........... ......... By of Fruit Kn
S_90 106 120 Variety of Fruit
S ....... 100 120 TANGERINES 2 2 29 33
I 150 176 200
1081016 437 I 7.570 17.1331 26.196 19,022 21.5681 16,235! 11,2831 1,856[ 121,3001
08 071 4,865 290 28,765 39,302 41,646[ 30,479 28,350 17,01-i 7.579 2,445 200,734
08 O18 51 338' 434 304 1381 25 481 91 1,301i 380,631
08|T 9! 293 830 16,5561 15.0701 9,652 3,203[ 3,7151 1,0671 20 50,40'; 50,406 507,434
091G| 28! 59 961 551 32 15 [ 2851
091|3I 3 10 10 15 10 16 i 8 671 352
22 61,72852
0910 22 681 3981 595 9731 1,728 1,4381 6851 5.907
090 6 6 6981 3,496 3,159 3.2021 3,9651 2,8321 1,522 17 18,897
09 O 7 19 2751 1,3021 1,5741 1,5701 1,8221 1,167 794 111 8,634
09'0 8 16| 371 1791 1811 1211 331 71 I I 574' 34.012
09 T 9 68 14J 2,585' 2.9'1 1,5251 3991 444 66 2 8,16' 8,163| 42,527
:100Gl 11 2| 2! I | 5
10IG13 168| 4141 531 4281 746| 443] | 181 2,751' 2,756
1005 1 I 152[ 343 1,025 3431 978 6131 245 9 3.709
100 16 31 6611 1,890 2,754[ 1,3571 2,938 1,7031 732 12,038
10 0 7 130 0 4,0351 6,832 6.8541 3,123 5,3813 2,360 831! 271 29.821 45,568
10|T|9| 1811 1,4271 9,6331 8,547 7,1851 1171 3,341 417 i I 30,848 30,848 79,172







Highlands






Hillsborough







SIndian River







Lake


111G[1
11G 3|
11015
111 057

11 0 8
11T7 9
112'GT'
12 G!21
12 G'3
12 G 4
112 0G

1121018
112'T 9
131G 1
13 1G 2
'13lG'31

13 'O 6
lI A 4
1310 :
1310 7
13 0!8

14 G 3

14 G|4
14 0 5
14 0 6
11410'5
'1410161
1410 7'
'14 0 8'
'14'T 9


387!
604'

71
339:
6921
4.8741
1941
7401
37|
587
581
190
1,526
351
631
8,414
160
9,9811
87
62!
3591
2,995
239,
1.309;
1,615,
381
1,3831
11
1,293|
1,143
3,4301
282'
1,8581


15,5961 12,4501 4,385[ 2,732| 1,777 62|
10,5931 30,7721 29,419 24,971 25,282 10,3581
4 259 267 19 71
373 2,3 4,13 6,035 11,991
5 2,784 11,6281 19,473 19,310 28,222
32,7851 67,971 68,604 38,130 39,419
16,251 15,6941 7,570 4,221' 1,2781 463
783 9,900 11.698 9,219! 3,2551 3,854
2,982 10,0461 9,1751 6,6681 6,640 1091
134 3751 362, 2801 383
5,379 18,244 17,581 15,801 21.908 11,688!
14 143 286 3621 810 458,
12 8881 4,8031 11,5401 12,409 31,3961
7,6771 31,6541 53,5401 38,678 72,4691
27 32,770! 65,3751 82,823 40,181 67,535
335 614 392! 406| 176 90
1841 7,749] 11,3401 7,1561 3,373 2,5881
15,612' 24,2501 21,227 16,273 9,881 86
564 7461 419] 234] 1771 121
39,463 104,8131 117,324 110,773 121,859 64,7161
736 3,097 5,251 5,670 7,394] 3,8671
9; 5461 1,6521 3.851; 3,999! 4,680!
8 3,159 7,3611 14,2541 13,879 14,615i
47 20,8261 32,760 38 868 24,407] 19,2471
2,517 4,7011 4,3421 3,5901 1,584 6161
2,618 10,2351 8,6521 5,9611 2,177 2,125
15,5431 28.1531 17,770W 12,9011 9,203 375
2801 366 389 2821 2201
18,290 47,079 46,988 36,990 39,598' 14,551
158 997 1,7111 2.0281 2,8991 1,345
1721 6,4891 28,7001 65,3011 67,8351 115,9931
87 29,209 101,197! 161,4651 131.871 192,745
30' 53.0261 94,8691 99.330 59,6841 64,5731
2,705 5,550 4.5731 3,417 1,619; 9371
3,409| 33,1241 41.946; 38,0081 3,451 16,7251


16
161

10,158
19,462
16.4771
531
3081

782
15
30,138
54,567|
37,4931
6!
327
21

6511
5,041.
17,092
14,809
1011
5841
21

89
5
97,740|
121,6581
30,8661
39
3,155


11
481

6,815'
9,959
4,898
111
22
5

506
3!
16,389
27,082
11,823
12!

2,5671
431
2.449
8,539
4,873
2]
251
3]
5711
421
59,9431
71,0081
12,7671
21
260!


S 37,901
132,496
556; 170,442
1,083 43,405
6681 111,850
4221 269.398
50.415 475,0681
61 39,239 39,239 684,749
36,365
1,571
92,476
S 2,092 132,504
1,597 109,230
1,0431 286,900
2,8781 342,431
S 2,0541 740,615
32,7921 32,7921 905,911
95,745
2,3121
10 572.157
26.145 696,359
65 22,354,
271 79,540
1.078 159,910
S 17,6921 279,4961
1 33.687 33,687 1,009,542
85.5841
S 1,575
205,539
9,186 301,884
6.413 449.879
2,208 812,591
2,446 421,021
19.124 1,702,615
71 142,007 142,0071 2,146,506






CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 1, 1941 thru June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)

COI)ES: 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.


S 36 46

96-100 112
COUNTY
48 60

| ....... 100

Lee ............ .... 151G 1 589 2,647
151G21 49 101
115 G 3 3431 1,587
15 G4 36 115
15015 |
15016[ 18'
15 0171 1821
15'0 8! 3181 1,010
15'T91 41 771
Manatee ........... 16'G 1 5,569 14,323
16'G'21 237 747
16 G:3 566 2,924
16 G'4 831 471
161015
161061 267
|16|0]7 310|


GRAIPEFRUIT
64 1 70 80
54_-_ 4- To80 a96 100-112 1236 .
126 ORAN GES 210 230 288 34-360 Io in Totals Ttals
150 176 200 f Fruit 'll Kind All
76 TEMPLE ORANGES 144 168 of Fruit in
90 106 | 120___y of Frui
120 TANGERINES 210 2460 94 336 I8
150 176 200
8,030 7,800 7,3211 7,326 643 1 11 34,358
562 353| 280| 144 1,4891
5,804 6,9071 9,2091 16,745 1,220 2,254 1,630 57,699
335 2731 348 6981 534 I 1 2,339 95.885
31 1051 415 426 1,694 2,0741 2,290| 622 7,657
492 1,675 3.3281 2,8951 8.501, 7,9641 8,461 392| 33,7261
2,746 5,7091 10,257[ 6,617 11,995] 8,8221 4,9321 1,9471 53.207
878 426! 2151 70 9; 2 | I 2,928! 97.518
542 7601 8021 2201 5271 144 8: 3,084 3,084 196,487
20,218 13,1891 8,964! 5,2181 862] 13 I 68,356
1,473 1,177' 7431 458! 4,835|
9,9421 9.777 8,9341 10,894 6,239 76 534 49,8861
1,7231 2.089 2,2241 3,217 2,496 181 324 1 12,646 135,723
1001 616 2,0071 2,231] 3,455 3,409 1,266 901 13,174
1,6351 4,473 6,8951 5,664 5,754] 3,957 1,3841 241 30,0531
2,4581 5,891| 6,420] 4,6271 4,1191 2,656 929] 1681 27.5781









Marion





Orange


1610 81
16|T|9
17 GIl
17iG 3
17015
1706
1710

1710 8
17i07
171T9
201G 1
200G32
201G[3
20|G 4
20 0 5
200i7
200|8
[20T: 9
21 G 1
21 G 3
210 4G
21 015'4
21 5
21 0 6
2110 7
2110171
[211T 9
122[G 1
221G 3
221G 4[
1221015
|22|0 Ii
12207
22 0 78
22 08
1221T 9!


S | 38 59 65 191 471
31 8 319 277 143 671 401 16
485 1,638 2,616 2,342 1,439 1,111] 28[
23 1,761 5,806 7,165 5,129 5,007 2,520 2 4
4 3 10 26 601 30 6
1,06 3 6,117 24.294 52,429 53,4091 77,329 64,6081 38,3201
734 64 1- 33,36091 59,085 44,1571 58,879 45,310 21,373
207| 16 12.7891 14,428 9,704| 10,680 5,436 2,501
1 47 58 75 96 381 6
41 240 2,076 2,315 2,172 7451 999 255 13
4,1621 18,694 31,460 26,526 20,919 17,121 365 7 5
941 500 520 304 199 155 10
3,170 38,554] 100,564 101,704 90,473 97,608 49,413 2,6051 3,2841
94 460 1,372 1,957 1,9371 2,869 1,503[ 25 28
1,952 38 13,478 55,277 130,073 132,200] 277,4681 247,353 138,667
1,775 38 56,965 217,5971 380,177 309,067| 526,444 373,128 223,050
13,134 2 238,598 438,372 466,765 273,291| 354,841 179,670 68,126]
3,561 14,150 28,772 21.756 16,612 7,5041 3,242 9681 23
3,8581 4,985 84,059 120,7651 121,110 10,1711 66,102 10,133 9
34 827 3,039 5,208 4,846 4.031 88
15 1,378 4,438 5,019 5,815 6,485 2,1931 46 55
15 65 1041 118 1311 631
51 321 1,7571 5,386] 7,134 13.458 10,417 6,9541
184 4 1,408 4,865 12,086 11,877 14,982 9,201 4,864
2771 8,689 14,560 23,008 16,017 16,685 6,895 2,966
13 20 12] 7
39 901 1,731 2,3551 2,588 686 1,299 1 4
287 691 894 805 676 52 249 36
368 1,792 4,013 4,600 5,238 6,663 4,211 625 989
15 44 58 88 104 68
37 901 98 106 81 75 19
818 2,750 3,814 4,24 3,327 2,12 447
241 23 3,617 5,9671 5,750 4,6411 3,373 2,016 620
48 67[ 139 40 14
866 1,9691 2,230; 1,656 1,412[ 519 931


Osceola


196] 71,001.
8731 8731 207,597
8 9,6701
27,6321
139| 37,441
4,845 322,660|
953 278,152
625 66,138
321 667,271
8,856 8,856 713,568
119,2591
1,782:
487,375
S 10,2451 618,661
11,8961 1,008,402
2,5251 2.090,766
18,090 2,050,910
11 96,5891 5,246,667
31 421,1951 421,195 6,286,523
18,0731
25,444
496 44,013
6481 46,126
75 59,546
140 89,2371
521 194.9611
8,793| 8,7931 247,767
4,161
28,499
377 33,037
20 526
17 17,543
138 26,386
3081 44,763
8.745' 8,745 86,545


Palm Beach







CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 1, 1941 thru June 30, 1942
(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.


S 36 46 54 GRAPEFRUIT 96 10-112
64 20 80

S96-100 112 126 ORANGES 216 250
S________ 0 176 200 ________
V| 48 60 76 TEMPLE ORANGES 144
3 ____ ____ 90 1106 120 ______
S ........ 100 120 TANGERINES 210 246
150 1 176 1 200 1
123 ;Gl 365, 2,919 9,346 15,0621 4,6061 2,728! 219 531
23G12 481 73 288| 2411 2521 2161
23 G!3 289 2,378 22,962 24,427 25,8051 37,5191 23,281 1,025
23G4 I 16[ 128 178 344[ 3481 253 22!
2310 5 2111 211 8931 3,4331 3,6711 13,624 14,957
!23O0 6 561 2,831 15,9481 23,1751 20,7781 35,377P 24,2021
2310 71 671 26,010 70,325| 64,246| 39,307 39,271 19,745
230 81 11 143 4431 2861 70[ 23 6
23 T 91 20 53 2,215 3,539 2,092 960 819 110
!24 G 1 5,6111 31,081] 65,151 44.735 28,744! 23,755 1,6061 256
24 Gi2 240[ 666] 1,079] 703[ 342| 2501 1' 1
|241G 3 2,0521 17,2;9| 66,7801 67,5031 62,620 91,4191 62,003 2,848[
124 G|4 11 1221 630[ 1,0701 1,761 3,645' 4,2141 1,110
[240'5 199' 1,0901 2,752[ 6,523' 5,3211 9,293 6,9691
24 0[6 99 5,392 16,2481 27.427 18,967| 27,914 16.754
24 0 7 608 25 16,668 34,3511 40,0201 22,6721 25,3091 13,5251


126 150
-- Totals
288 324-360 By Kind
of Fruit
.......... I ............ B y
By
Variety
294 336


101
414
12
12.8901
15,3641
7,616
3,
117T
3,805
764
3,754[
6,829
5.0881


Totals
By Kind
of Fruit


Totals
All
Kinds
of Fruit


21 25,3101
1,1181
8 138,108
1,301i 165,837
500 50,390
137.731
2,362 269,149
972 458,242
9,8111 9,8111 633,890
201.056
3,281
376,269
13,3271 593,933
108 36,009
41 119,671
1,5141 159,780


COUNTY


Pasco


Pinellas








Polk






Putnam




SSaint Johns


Saint Lucie






Sarasota


24 0 8 [ 304! 416| 286| 172 16! 5 I| 1,1991 316,659|
24 T 9 1691 7261 9,140 10.173: 6.255 2,291 1,7851 149 81 30,696 30,6961 941,288
25 G 1 27,416 294,647 418,8441 308,027 189.479 112,346 6,321 103 145 1,357.328
25 G|2 116 416 745 626 419| 367 31 4 i 2,724
25|G 3 7,010 161,062 387,693 332,284 243,2811 278,834 139,3721 3,246[ 11,8471 830| 1,565,459
125 G|4| 1001 773 2,071 3,118| 3,1011 4,393 3,271 25[ 2261 17,0831 2,942,594
25 O 5 1,5631 28 15,269 64,5711 139,4821 125,281 230,792 191,058 117,465 13,732 899,241
25 0 6 3,605 127 99,0081 325,471 515,392 292.888 475,226 263,076] 126.920 1,529 2,103,2421
25 0 7 36,458 1,039 723,635 964,856 914,7841 345,810 442.036 161,2941 57,794 8,351 3,656,0571
125 0 8 3,039 18,200 29,373 21,356 13,5111 6,2601 2,465 4791 32 94,715' 6,753,255
25 T 9' 6,366 11,300 171,287 192,263 163,347 23,137 74,2971 10,354 155 652,506 652,506 10,348,355
126 G 1 135 669' 898 891 576 421 101 1 3,601 I
26 G 3 18 2161 325 413 367 347 881 | 1,7741 5,375
26 0 5 303 6 893 2,075 3,486 3,812 4 286 3,408 2,141 169 20,579
26 0 6 247 3 2,1671 5,884: 7,664! 7,4051 8,663 6,016 3,834 231 42,114
|26 0O7 351 217 358 430i 397 395 306 201 631 2,402
26 08 1 3 4 9 10 I 261 65,121
'26 T 9 261 219 1,660! 2,011| 1,7541 246 670 74 7 6,6671 6,667 77,163
,27 G 1 11 19 29 29 24 8 3 123[ 123
27TO 5 164, 429 535 3,420 4,454 1,554, 582 11,1381
127 0 2 27 402, 7201 1.128! 3,5541 3,117 1,221| 1,567 11,7 8
1271017 | | 7 202 341[ 524' 2,145 1,508 2 3401 5101 5,577| 28,453 28,576
'28'G'1 5,076 19,2811 37,403 26,974 19.5561 13,7071 263 | 122,260
28 G 2 871 4951 921! 5671 334 228 | I 2,6321
28 G 3 6,517 27,819 90,6511 104,564 105.341 120,566[ 54,678 712 3,537 514,285
28 G 4 44 2001 94 1,586 2.217 3,5591 2325 1 325 11.200 650,477
28 0 5 1 21 181 579! 807[ 1.2191 1,904 1,240 121 6,073
280 6O 981 18 8,468 17,882 36,175 35,2362 42,184 45,284' 18.5071 1,285 206,020
12810 7 6,443 8 36,947 60.9071 76,633 53,928| 43,029| 33,5861 9,104 3,291 323,876
28 0 S 2711 2,546 6,84 6,5131 3,977 2,4731 1,130 356: 332 6 24,152 560,121
28 T 9 1,137 2,0121 21.525' 18,618 10,459 3.516 3,4411 1,4241 21 62 1341 62,134 1,272,732
29 G'3 237 1,925 4,577 3,073 1,546; 1,056! 188' I 12,602 12,602
29'0 5 I 481 3,041 6,183 4,4611 3,621 1,458 282: 19.527
291 0161 1,956 4,889[ 5.873 3.6711 2,071| 7921 150; 19,402|
!290 7 ] 5.810] 9,6241 9,095; 5,1781 2.487] 896[ 239[ 33,3291 72,258 84,860






CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season September 1, 1941 thru June 30, 1942
(In Terms of 1 3-5 Bushel Boxes)
(ODES: 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.


36 46 54 GRAPEFRUIT
36 I 46 5 64 j 70 80

P 96-100 112 126 ORANGES
S_____150 ] 176 200
S 48 60 76 TEMPLE ORANGES
2- IO _______ 0 106 12o0
190 106 12012
-------- 100 120 TANGERINES
S150 176 1 200
30G 1 216 9,874 12,994 7,9921 5,7721 4,033
30G 16 148 186 150 84! 33
30G 3 138 10,170 20,4601 20,565 14,894 13,592
301G[4 1 33 204 494 754 1,244:
30 015 707 130 2,174 10,325 22,789 24,517
3010 6 287 55 21,5931 58,917 95,2081 73,054
30OI 7 13,6331 371 79,981 122,449' 113,4171 59,356
30 0|81 6241 1,561 3,430 2,147! 1,1981 371
30T 91 1,5531 1,506 22,419 25,3101 15,4191 1,809
31;G1 2 2 49 31 23 1
1311051 22 16 18 42 55
1311 06 5 7 208 5471
3110171 34 169 3781 3461
131!T91 8 14 131 71
132'G 1 1,948 4,997 8,470 6,626' 4,4561 2,606
|32G!2| 6 10 201 151 161


96 100-112 126 150
Totals
216 250 288 24-30 i Totals Total
S 324-360 By Kindl To d Als
Fruit By Kind iAll
144 168 ...... .. ..... By of Fruit Rinds
V ey of Fruit
Variety
210 246 294 336

I 40,881
S 617!
4.747 141 84,707,
1,058 11| 3,7991 130,004
41,239 36,582 23,6081 792 162,863'
110,4451 84,848 42,8741 118 487,399
58,9201 32,553 9,603 2,901 493,184
1951 21 9,547: 1,152,991
5,528! 670 2216 74,216' 1,357,213
I 1471 1471
931 121 110 ( 4771
1,024 1,186 9061 3,953
3771 2081 116 36 1,6641 6,094
71 8 571 571 6,298
290 4' 29,397
20 I 671


COUNTY




Seminole






Sumter



Volusia







32 G 3 1031 606o 2,2961 4,0991 4,6553 6,314[ 4,918| 11 1871
32G|4| |i 1 15 48! 57 811 65 I
3210 5 619i 1 2,789 G6,211 13,119 13,684 18,502! 14,1251 7,766]
32'0'61 5151 2 9,833 21,598! 41,497 33,053 43.5571 34,622 17,253'
32 0 71 304i 7,007 13,307 24,669 15,395 18,548 14,528 5,333]
32018 3 4 61! 70! 48| :5 19 11
321T 9 270 951 11,026 14,084' 10,385 2,092 3,763| 9821 91|
G... G 70,394 474,726 736,797 547,8971 366,034 243,782 14,8101 512| 685
2 1,269 4,7251 8,106 5,941] 3,831 2,917 70' 4,
3 35,891 355,466! 961,111 957,507 828,665 970,836 511,015 15,667[ 33,7651
G4 521 3,855 It ? 23,959 27,500 38,901 25,2431 1,2271 1,854:
05 8,726 432 : .. 219,779, 494,382 494,256 902,2261 788,184; 470.5851
06 12,193] 521 301,5031 974,510 1,630,077 1,217,668 1.861,835 1,304,7931 697,581
07 86,931 1,989 1,353,141 2,123,599 2,193,746 1,124,861 1,335,6651 655,796! 241,0941
0 8 13,3211 62,089 102,4561 75,376 62,240! 23,179 9,7911 2,118 1071
I T|9 18,048 33,096 434,453 515,019 433,1821 69,032 199,493 32,007 777
..... GAll 108,075 838,772 1,720,9;7 1,535,304 1,226,030| 1,256,436 551,1381 17,4061 36,308
0|5,6 & 7 107,950 2,942 1,709,57913,317,88814,318,205 2.836,785 4,099,7261 2,748.773 1,409,260
|0|8 13,321' 62,089 102,4561 75,3761 52,240[ 23,179: 9,7911 2,118 107
jT 9 18,048 33,0961 434,4531 515,0191 433,182 69,032 199,493 32,007| 777i


S 23.187'
I 2671 52,918
653 77,8791
3,317 205,2471
2,519 101,6101
2411 384,977
43,6441 43,644 481,539
10 2,455.647
26,863
848 4,670,7711
1 137.984 7,291,265
50,196 3,483.701
21,276 8,021,957
59,176 9,175,998
71 340,684!21,022,340
811 1,735,188 1,735,188 30.048,793
859 7.291,2651 7,291,265
130,648120,681,6561
7! 340,684 21,022,340
811 1,735,188 1,7[.5,188 30,048,793


Statewide






Statewide






CANNING PLANT MATURITY INSPECTION

September 1, 1941 November 30, 1941

Pursuant to the enactment of Chapter 20531, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941 by the 1941 Legislature-all grapefruit and oranges
canned between August 31 and December 1, 1941, were inspected and certified as to maturity. Although tangerines are subject
to the same inspection law, none was canned.

The record of inspection for maturity of citrus fruits canned between the above dates follows:
(Figures Represent Standard Field Crates)


HIGHLANDS COUNTY


Canning Plant
Maxcy, Gregg, Inc.


Apte Brothers Canning Company
Bruce's Juices, Inc.


Location
Lakemont


Tampa
Tampa


Manager
W. C. North

Total Highlands County:


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

E. Pons
J. A. Blake


Grapefruit Oranges
8,343 460

8,343 460


Total
8,803

8,803


4,576 29.785 34,361
8,719 32,366 41,085


Total Hillsborough County: 13,295


62.151


75,446








Pasco Packing Association


Dade City


PASCO COUNTY

William Barfield


Total Pasco County:

POLK COUNTY


Adams Packing Company, Inc.
Bordo Products Company
Florida Citrus Canners Cooperative
Florida Fruit Canners, Inc.
S Polk Company. The
Shaver, H. A., Inc.


Auhurndae
Winter Haven
Lake Wales
Frostproof
Haines City
Lakeland


J. M. Morrow
Niels Bach
Lee A. Wheeler
W. F. Phares
T. W. Elliott
Earl Newton


Total Polk County:

Total All Canners:


28,699

2S.699



26.055
27,434
17,099
2,470
1.379
5,518

79.955


28,699

28.699


31,934 57.989
27.434
2,208 19.307
2.470
1.379
S 5,518

24,142 114 097


130,292 96.753 227.045










Surplus Marketing Administration
Purchases

January 19, March 28, 1942

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

BREVARD COUNTY
Packing House or Shipper Location Gft.
American Fruit Growers, Inc. Cocoa ................... 2,520
Brevard Packing Company .... Mims ................... 4,180
D'Albora, J. V. Company ............ Cocoa ......... 7,980
Indian River City Packing Indian River
H house .. .... ............................ City . ... ...... 1,350
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc .... Jay Jay Siding .... 10,080
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc ...... Cocoa ........ 9,188
Porcher, E. P., Estate of ............ Cocoa .... ......... 840

Total Purchases from Brevard County ......... 36,138
DADE COUNTY
Silver Palm Fruit Growers
A ss'n. .. .... .. ..................... R edland ....... 2,084
South Florida Fruit Growers .... Goulds ....... 2,100
Total Purchases from Dade County ....... ............. 4,184
DESOTO COUNTY
Browder, D. H., Son & Co. ........ Arcadia ......... 450
Fort Ogden C G A ........................ Fort Ogden ........... 1,260
Sunny South Packing Co. .... Arcadia ......... 402
Youth Valley Cooperative Ass'n. Arcadia ................ 1,248

Total Purchases from DeSoto County .... .......... 3,360
IIARDEE COUNTY
Alexander & Baird Co. ......... Wauchula .......... 420
Carlton Fruit Company, Inc .... Wauchula ....... 840

Total Purchases from Hardee County ................... 1,260
HERNANDO COUNTY
Brooksville C. G. A ............... Brooksville ........ 840

Total Purchases from Hernando County .......... 840
HIGHLANDS COUNTY
Avon Park C. G. A ..................... Avon Park .3,320
Lake Byrd Citrus Packing Co. Avon Park 13,408
Lake Placid Packing Co ......... Lake Placid 420
Maxcy, Gregg, Inc. ................. Lakemont ........ 420
Palmer Packing House ............ Avon Park ..... 1,680
Sebring Fruit Growers Ass'n .... Sebring .................. 3,736

Total Purchases from Highlands County ..... 22,984
IIILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Barnes, John S. Inc. .................. Plant City .. .... 2,908
Buckeye Citrus Service ......... Plant City ...... 420
Fugazzi Brothers, Inc. ............... Valrico 1,230
Hillsborough Packing Co. .. Tampa ........ 1,680
Plant City Packing Co ............. Plant City ...... 450
Fampson, H. M., & Son ......... Produce ........ 450
Thompson Groves .................. Tampa . 840
Varn, P. H. ............................ Plant City .... 42J
W alter, Ebe J. .............................. Goldstein Station .. 2,250

Total Purchases from Hillsborough County ..... 10,678
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
American Fruit Growers, Inc. .... Wabasso ....... 14,268
Graves Brothers Co ................... Wabasso .......... 6,718
Indian River Growers Service .. Vero Beach .... 3,360
Indian River Packing Co. ..... Gifford ........ ............ 2,032
Nevins Fruit Co., Inc......... Nevins Siding ... 3,360
Total Purchases from Indian River County ...... 29,738
LAKE COUNTY
Austin, W. F., & Sons, Inc.... Umatilla .......... 1,350
B & B Packing House ......... Eustis .. 450
Burleigh, E. I. ..... ........................ Tavares ... .. 420
Cauthen Packing Co. .................. Leesburg 820
Eustis Packing Co., The ......... Eustis ............ 808
Grove Fruit Packing Co............. Groveland .......... 5,730
Grower's Marketing Service,
Inc. . ....... ... ............. .. Leesburg .... 4,020
Hadlock Fruit Co ..................... Mount Dora ... 1,740
Harris & Wade, Inc ......... Eustis .. ........ 420
Herlong, A. S., & Co ............. Leeburg ........ 900
Hiway Packing Co... Loe. hurg ... 2,250
H uffstetler & Co. ................... Eusis ........... 420
Knowlcs & Co. .............................. Leesburg ........ 1,710










Surplus Marketing Administration
Purchases

January 19, March 28, 1942

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


Packing House or Shipper Location Gft.
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc. Leesburg .. 2,940
Leae:burg Fruit Co. ................. Leesburg 1,800
Minneola Growers Packing Co. Minneola ........... 2,520
Peter, E. B. ... ........................ Leesburg ..... 420
Ro-E-Gains Fruit Co., Inc....... Clermont ......... 11,510
Um atilla C G A .................. ........ Um atilla ......... 2,520
Williams, Parks, Fruit Co........ Stinson Siding .. 1,648

Total Purchases from Lake County .................. 44,396
LEE COUNTY
Furen Packing Company ......... Alva ...................... 1,260
Lee County Packing Co. ...... Fort Myers .. 6,294
Owanita C G A .................... Alva ......... 2,100
Parkinson, H S. ..... ................. Alva ...................... 1,680

Total Purchases from Lee County ......... ............. 11,334
1.\NATEE COUNTY
Atwood Grapefruit Co., The .... Manavista ............ 5,020
Manatee Fruit Company ..... Palmetto .............. 2,940
Manatee Hammock Fruit Co... Manavista ............... 1,260
Parrish, K. S .......................... Manatee .... .... 1,260
Peerless Fruit Company, Inc. Palmetto ........ 840
Peerless Fruit Company, Inc... Manatee .. .. 420
Wiggins Packing House ....... Manatee ......... 1,680

Total Purchases from Manatee County ............. 13,420
MARION COUNTY
Abshier Packing Company ... Belleview .... 2,130
Buckeye Citrus Service ............ YVeirsdale ............ 420
Huff, O. D., Jr. .. ........... M cIntosh ...... 824
Marion County Citrus Co. ........ Weirsdale ...... 1,350
Weirsdale Packing Company .... Weirsdale ............. 3,382

Total Purchases from Marion County .............. 8,106
ORANGE COUNTY
American Fruit Growers, Inc. Maitland .......... 5,070
Apopka Citrus Company ............ Apopka 420
Britt, M. C., Produce Co. .......... Winter Garden .... 420
Champion, W. C., Company ..... Orlando 1,800
Chase Investment Company ..... Isleworth ............ 420
Crown Fruit Company ............ Winter Garden ... 2,250
Dominey, E. P., Fruit Co ........ Orlando ........ 1,350
Gentile Brothers Company .... Winter Park ... 14,850
Growers Fruit & Produce Co.,
Ine ... ... ... ..... ..... Ocoee .............. 3,120
Hall, Gus, Citrus Fruit, Inc..... Killarney 1,800
Home, L. P. ...................... Orlando 420
Keene. R. D., Inc. ......... .... Winter Garden 4,200
Lake Catherine Groves ........ aitland 820
Marsh, C. A., Inc. ............... Orlando ............. 420
McCall Fruit Company, Inc.... Orlando 5,084
M. M. S. Fruit Company .............. Zellwood .............. 1,800
Norma Fruit Corporation Ocoee ................. 1,350
Orange State Groves ....... Zellwood .............. 1,800
Plymouth C GA ...... ......-. Plymouth .......... 6,300
Roper Brothers, Inc. .......... Winter Garden 8,100
Shriner, W R. ................... Pinecastle ........... 900
Sligh, S. J., & Company ........... Orlando ........ 840
Southern Fruit Distributors,
Inc. ... ... ............ W inter Garden ... 6,160
Square Deal Fruit Co., Inc...... Winter Park .1,244
Symonds Fruit Co., Inc. ...... Orlando .......... .. 420

Total Purchases from Orange County ............. 71,358
OSCEOLA COUNTY
L & R Growers & Packers ...... Kissimmee ........... 1,660

Total Purchases from Osceola County ................... 1,660
PALM BEACI COUNTY
Palm Beach Loxahatchee Co. .. Loxahatchee ........ 3,766

Total Purchases from Palm Beach County .......... 3,766
PASCO COUNTY
Elfers C G A ..........................----... Elfers ...................... 5,880

Total Purchases from Pasco County ............. 5,880










Surplus Marketing Administration
Purchases

January 19, March 28, 1942

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

PINELLAS COUNTY
Packing House or Shipper Location Gft.
Bilgore, David, & Co., Inc ...... Clearwater .. 15,450
Blair, W. G., & Co., Inc ...... Seminole ......... 1,800
Clearwater Growers Ass'n ....... Clearwater ......... 12,180
Coachman, S. S., & Sons ......... Coachman Station 420
Fugazzi Pinellas Groves Co .... Clearwater ...... 2,520
Milne-O'Berry Packing Co., Inc. St. Petersburg .... 1,260
Palm Harbor C G A ..................... Palm Harbor ...... 7,980
Skinner, F. L. .. ............................ Dunedin ......... 4,200
Taylor, John S., Company ........ Largo .......... 9,968
West Coast Fruit Company ...... Clearwater .. 3,780

Total Purchases from Pinellas County...... 59,558

POLK COUNTY
Adams Packing Co., Inc........... Auburndale ......... 9,994
Alturas Citrus Fruit Co., Inc. Alturas ......... 4,160
Alturas-Garfield Citrus Coop .... Lake Garfield ....... 2,504
Alturas Packing Co., Inc. ...... Conshal .... 8,368
Babson Park C G A, Inc., ........ Babson Park. 9,494
Barnes, John S., Inc. ... ........ Highland City ....12,480
Cody, W J .............................. Babson Park .......... 2,518
Coward Fruit Co., Inc............... Winter Haven ..... 5,940
DiGiorgio Fruit Corporation...... Lucerne Park ..16,120
Dixie Fruit Distributors, Inc... Eloise Loop .......... 840
Dundee C G A ............................ Dundee ......_ .... 9,208
Eagle Lake Growers, Inc... -. Eagle Lake ..... 3,104
Edwards-Pritchett-Tillis, Inc. .. Lakeland ..... 420
Florence C G A ........................... Florence Villa ... 12,180
Floridagold Citrus Corporation Lake Alfred ...... 3,390
Franzblau, Aaron, Co. .............. Lakeland ....... 4,200
Great Southern Citrus Ass'n .-. Winter Haven 4,200
Haines City C G A .............. Haines City ...... 22,288
Haven Fruit Company .......... Auburndale ....... 450
Haven Fruit Company .......... Davenport 3,748
Holly Hill Coop. Citrus Ass'n.. Davenport ........ 2,488
Holly Hill Fruit Products, Inc. Davenport ........ 2,908
Hunt Brothers Cooperative .. Highland Park.. 4,128
Keen Fruit Corporation Frostproof 9,112
Lake Alfred Packing Co. ...... Lake Alfred ..... 25,190
Lake Garfield Nurseries Co. Lake Garfield ... 840
Lakeland Highland Coop. Ass'n. Highland City 14,620
Lake Wales C G A ................. Lake Wales .15120
M axcy, L., Inc. ................. ...... Frostproof .. 6,300
McCutcheon Fruit Co. .......... Lake Alfred ... 2.250
McDonald Corporation, The .... Auburndale .13,364
Mixon, N. A. .................... ...... Lake Hamilton .. 1,223
Palca Fruit Growers, Inc. ....... Lakeland ...... 4,800
Peoples Packing Co., Inc. ..... Lakeland ........ 5,880
Polk Packing Association ........ Winter Haven .. 5,880
Pollard, H. A., Inc ................... W inter Haven 5,400
Snively Groves, Inc. ................... W inter Haven ..... 11,340
Stanford Fruit Growers, Inc..... Lake Alfred ...... 45,180
Star Fruit Company ...... Lake Alfred .2,520
Stewart, Charles A., Co. . Auburndale .. 6,178
Tre-O-Ripe Groves, Inc. ..... Lake Garfield 2,501
Trueman, Ernest, Company .... Davenport .1,680
Wiggins & Reynolds ................ Fort Meade .. 1,290
Winter Haven C G A ......... Winter Haven .... 5,040
Winter Haven Fruit Sales Corp. Winter Haven .... 6,695

Total Purchases from Polk County ....... 337,541

PUTNAM COUNTY
Barden, John E. .................... East Palatka .... 1,350
Chase & Company ........ Lake Como ..... 840
Crescent City Fruit Co., Inc... Crescent City 840
Crosby. Ralph .... San Mateo 450
Ladd Packing Company ............ San Mateo 420

Total Purchases from Putnam County .. .. 3,900
SAINT LUCIE COUNTY
Fort Pierce Cooperative .............. Fort Pierce 8.400
Fort Pierce Growers Ass'n...... Fort Pierce 28,540
Indian River Citrus Associates Fort Pierce .. 16,800
White City Fruit Co., Inc....... White City ........... 1,800

Total Purchases from Saint Lucie County .......... 55.540










Surplus Marketing Administration
Purchases

January 19, March 28, 1942

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

SEMIINOLE COUNTY
lacking House or Shipper Location Gft.
Cross Road Packing Co., Inc. .. Sanford 870
DeForest, Norman S ............... Maitland 900
Fosgate, Chester C., Co. ........ Forest City ...... 12,180
Lake Charm Fruit Company ... Oviedo .. 404
Nelson & Company, Inc ........... Oviedo ... 1,274
Sanford Fruit Company ............ Sanford ........... 4,500
Southward Fruit Company ........ Sanford ................. 900
Total Purchases from Seminole County ........... 21,028
VOLUSIA COUNTY
Alexander & Baird Co. ............ DeLand .................. 420
Alexander & Baird Co. ............ Pierson .804
Calhoun Fruit Company ............ Barberville .......... 1,648
Day, The E., Company ............. Oak Hill ........ 1,260
McBride Packing Company ...... Senyah ......... 2,550
New Smyrna Packing Co. ....... New Smyrna .......... 3,360
Parrish Fruit Company .......... DeLand ........... 1,800
Shiloh Fruit Packing Co ......... Shiloh ....... 1,680
Snyder Citrus House ................. DeLand ......... 450
Strawn, Theodore, Inc. ............ DeLeon Springs .420
Total Purchases from Volusia County ................ 14,392
TOTAL STATEWIDE PURCHASES ......761,061







CONTAINERS USED FOR SM A PURCHASES

1 3-5 Bu. Nailed Box ............... .... ......... 96.050
1 3-5 Bu. Nailed Box, Without Partition ..... 3,360
1 3 5 Bn. Wirebound Box ....................... 542,401
4-5 Bu. Mesh Bag ....... --..-... ----------.. 119,250


TOTAL .................. ..... -- ------ ---- 761,061







FEDERAL SURPLUS COMMODITIES CORPORATION PURCHASES

December 15, 1941 May 16, 1942

(All Fruit in Bulk)
(In Terms of 13/5 Bushel Boxes)


DE SOTO COUNTY
Packing House or Shipper Location
Browder, D. H., Son & Company Arcadia
Fort Ogden C G A .......................... Fort Ogden

Total Purchases from DeSoto County .........

HARDEE COUNTY
Alexander & Baird Company ........ Wauchula
Carlton Fruit Company, Inc........ Wauchula

Total Purchases from Hardee County ..........

HIGHLANDS COUNTY
Avon Park C G A ........................... Avon Park
Maxcy, Gregg, Inc. ............ Lakemont

Total Purchases from Highlands County ...

HII.LSRBOROUGH COUNT


Gft. Org. Total
2,000 2,000
1,600 1,600

. ...... 3,600 3,600


..... 400 400
..... 1,200 1,200

... 1,600 1,600


..... 400 400
..... 4,400 4,400

.... 4,800 4,800


Buckeye Citrus Service ................ Plant City ... 1,696 5,200 6,896

Total Purchases from Hillsborough County ....1,696 5,200 6,896


INDIAN RIVER
Packing House or Shipper Location
Graves Brothers Company ................ Wabasso

Total Purchases from Indian River County


Oft. Org. Total
. .... 400 400

400 400


LAKE COUNTY
Cauthen Packing Company ............ Leesburg ........ 400
Growers Marketing Service, Inc..... Leesburg ........ 848 1,200
Herlong, A. S., & Company ........... Leesburg ............. 800
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc ...... Leesburg ........ 424
Williams, Parks, Fruit Company.... Stinson Siding ...... 1,200

Total Purchases from Lake County 1,272 3,600


LEE COUNTY
Lee County Packing Company ...... Fort Myers
Owanita C G A .... .... ........ ..... Alva ..........

Total Purchases from Lee County .... ..


400
2,048
800
424
1,200

4,872


.. .. 800 800
. 2,000 2,000

2,800 2,800







ORANGE COUNTY
American Fruit Growers, Inc....... Maitland
Britt, M. C., Produce Company .... Winter Garden
Crown Fruit Company .................. Winter Garden
Hall, Gus, Citrus Fruit, Inc. ........ Killarney
McCall Fruit Company, Inc........... Orlando .... 848
Plymouth C G A ............................... Plymouth 818
Roper Brothers, Inc. ........ ...... Winter Garden 424

Total Purchases from Orange County ...... 2,120


UIN 1.LLA.IS (cOI NTY
Clearwater Growers Association .... Clearwater
Taylor, John S., Company .......... Largo
West Coast Fruit Company ........... Clearwater

Total Purchases from Pinellas County .......

I'OL.K (01 NTY
Adams Packing Company, Inc. .. Auburndale
Alturas Citrus Fruit Company, Inc. Alturas


1,600 1,600
1,200 1,200
1,200 1,200
1,200 1,200
800 1,648
400 1,248
4,800 5,224

11,200 13,320


400 400
400 400
400 400

1,200 1,200


1,200 1,200
800 800


Alturas Packing Company, Inc .... Conshal
Babson Park C. G. A., Inc....... Babson Park 424
Coward Fruit Company, Inc. ..... Winter Haven
Dixie Fruit Distributors, Inc. Eloise Loop
Florence C.G.A ... ..................... Florence Villa
Haines City C.G. A. ....... Iaines City
Lakeland Highland Coop. Ass'n.. Highland City 424
Maxcy, L., Inc.. Frostproof
McCutcheon Fruit Company ....... Lake Alfred 424
Palca Fruit Growers, Inc ............... Lakeland 848
Stanford Fruit Growers, Inc....... Lake Alfred 1,272
Star Fruit Company .... Laoke Alfred
Stewart, Charles A., Company . Auhurndale

Total Purchases from Polk County 3,392

S' .INOI.E ('Ol NT
Nelson & Company, Inc. ........... Oviedo

Total Purchases from Seminole County

TOTAI STATEWIDE PURCHASES 8,480


800
8,000
5,200
400
800
400
9.200
400
1,200
5,200

400
800

34,800


1,200

1,200

70,400


800
8,424
5,200
400
800
400
9,624
400
1,624
6,048
1,272
400
800

38,192


1,200

1,200

78,880








LIME MATURITY INSPECTION July 1, 1941 June 30, 1942

Chapter 20500, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941-requiring maturity inspection of Persian, Tahiti or Bearss limes-was put into
operation July 1. 1941. In accordance with the law, maturity inspections-requiring a minimum of 36% and an average of 40%
juice by volume-were conducted and certificates of maturity were issued by Inspectors of the Citrus Inspection Bureau. Inspec-
tions included limes moved by rail. truck, boat. express and those going to juice plants. The record of inspections follows:

(Figures Represent Equivalent Siandard Boxes, i. e., 1 3/5 Bushels)

BREV.ARD COUNTY IIIGIHLANDS COUNT


Lime Shipper
Banyan Groves .....

Crisafulli, Charles
oC Fields, J. E .. ...
La Roche, Mrs. Died
L inder .... .................

Osteen, S. A .........

Schlernitzauer, Rob

Total Brevard C(


Becker, L. R., Inc.
Bernecker, Ernest,
Bjorkman, Roy E.
Broekcr, J. Paul
Brooks, Inc ........
Caves, C. J. ......


Location
....................... South Merritt
Island ... ...
......-............... Courtney (Cocoa)
. ..... ... ........... C oc o a ...................
............................ Courtnev (Cocoa)
......................... South Georgiana
(Cocoa) ....
....----............ Lotus Merritt
Island
L., Co. Courtney (Cocoa)


I)A!)E COUNTY
-............... .. ......... F lorida C ity
& Co. ................ Redland .....
.. ... ...................... G oulds
.... ................ R edland ......
.. ..... ...............-... -... H om estead
.. .... ...... ............... H om estead


Total
Boxes Bulk

60 7
41
41
32


59

133
146

512


46

29
92

174


4
1,310
226
... 1,421
... 2,437
711


Lime Shipper
Futch, Ivey E. ..........

Total Highlands County


Total
Location Boxes
Lake Placid .... 10,291

... 10,291


HILLS O S -ROrGI COUNTY

Crystal Lake Fruit Co. ........... Tampa
Niederer & Hirsch .............. ..... Tampa ...
Tampa Wholesale Produce Market,
Inc. ............................... .... Produce ...

Total Hillsborough County ...

PIN ELLAI COUNTY

Bilgore, David, & Co., Inc. ......... Clearwater

Total Pinellas County


Bulk
348

348




79

137

216


3,912 1:

3,912 13







Close, George H. ......... ............... Miami ...
Davis, Theo. ...................................... Homestead
Dorn Fruit & Vegetable Co. ........... South Miami
Fisher, Mary E. ............... .... Princeton ..
Florida Growers, Inc. ........ ................ Goulds ...........
Fla. Lime & Avocado Growers ....... Prinecton
Gordon, Joseph, Inc. ......................... Naranja ........
H ickson, Jos. L. ... ................... Naranja .......
Hickson, J. R., Packing Co ........... Naranja
Jackson, Fritz W .................................. Redland
Jarratt, A. H ., Sr. ................................. H om estead ...
M arsh & Fields ... ..........................-- Redland
M ays, Arthur .... ... .......................... Naranja
Parman-Lehman Packing Co ............ Homestead
R aab, A G ... ... ..... ----.................... R edland
Redland Avocado Grove .................. Redland
Redland Fruit Co., Inc. ....................... M iam i .........
S Robinson's Grove, Dr ....................... Naranja
Sherry's ............... .... .. ........................ H om estead
South Florida Fruit Growers ........... Goulds .
Sunny-Lea Grove .................................. Redland .....
Tripp, A. G. .................................. Naranja
Tropical Lime Co. ..... .. South Miami
Trumbull, Steve, (Sun Dial Grove) Redland
Wallam, O. J. ........ .......... Homestead
Windsor Grove ........ ....... ... Redland
W ingo, J. F. ............. ............ Goulds

Total Dade County ....... ......... .... .....


12
38
1,687
32
27,732
40,374
3,320
993
833
46
2
363
176
18,777
149
4,008
8
47
38
6,322
140
134
203
211
31
211
17

112,013


POLK C0 UNTY
Alturas Packing Co., Inc. ................... Conshal
Babson Park C.G.A. ...... ........... Babson Park ....
Coward Fruit Company .... ......... Winter Haven
Dickinson Groves Packing Hs ........ Eagle Lake ....
Eagle Lake Growers, Inc. ............ Eagle Lake
Florence C G A Florence Villa
Lake Otis Groves, Inc. ............... Winter Haven
Lake Wales C G A ............................... Lake Wales
McCutcheon Fruit Co ..................... Lake Alfred
Mercer, C. A .............. .......................... A uburndale
M ixon, N A. .............. ......................... Lake H am ilton
Polk Packing Ass'n. W. inter Haven
Schoenthaler, Marshall E .... Winter Haven
Stanford Fruit Growers, Inc............. Lake Alfred
Sunny Mead Gardens ...................... Auburndale
Waverly Growers Cooperative ........ Waverly ...

Total Polk County ........

SEASON STATEWIDE TOTALS ..


211
17

21,125


62
11
12
1,840
218
7,477
1,158
196
19
16
69
3,980
330
1,098
129
12

16,627

144,572


6
317

1,253


16

996

59
87


2,734

24,610










Lime Container Analysis (Statewide)

July 1, 1941 June 20, 1942

(Figures Represent Equivalent Standard Box Units,
i. e., 1 3/5 Bushels)

NAILED BOXES:
1-3/5 bushel ....... ..................... .. ................ 85
1 bushel ... .................... 25,684
4 /5 bushel ........................................... 250
H alf Strap .............. ....... ........................ 12
2 /5 bushel .................................. 25,480
Consum er Size ................. ---. ............ ---........ 506

TOTAL NAILED BOXES .. ............ 52,017
WIREBOUND BOXES:
1-3 / bushel ...................... ............... 173
1 bushel .............. ....................... 36
4 /5 bushel ........... 6,027
2 /5 bushel ..... .......... ....................... 4,646
Consum er Size ........ ................... ........... ....... 5
TOTAL WIREBOUND BOXES 10,887
MESH BAGS:
1 bushel ......... ...................... ......... 10
4 /5 bush el .. ................................... ........... 76
20 pound 8................. ..... ....... ....................... 8

TOTAL M ESH BAGS ..... ........................................ 94

BASKETS:
1 bushel ... ......... ........................... 16,766
1 /2 Bushel ............................. ........ 450
2 /5 bushel 6...................................... ........ ........ 6
C onsum er Size ... ............... ......................... 174

TOTAL BASKETS ................... 17,396
CARDBOARD BOXES:
4 /5 bushel ........... ........................................ 12
1 /2 bushel ........... ........................................... 197
2 /5 bush el .............................. ........................... 21.274
Consum er Size ..... .... ........... ........... 17,580

TOTAL CARDBOARD BOXES ............... .. 39,063

MISCELLANEOUS CONTAINERS ............................ 505

GRAND TOTAL ... ............................ 119,962









Report Of The Bond And License
Department

There were 613 Licenses issued to Dealers, as
follows:

Registered Packing Houses ............................... 318
Registered Shippers who did not operate their
own packing houses .......................... .......... 22
Canning Plants ......................... ... .. .......... 26
M miscellaneous ........ ......... .... .. ............... 247
611 Dealers posted Surety Bonds
am counting to ........................... $965,650.00
Two (2) Dealers posted Cash Bonds
amounting to -. ................. 2,000.00


Total amount of bonds posted


.$967,650.00


There were ten (10) Canning Plant Registration
Certificates issued for the maturity season under
Section 8, Chapter 20531, as follows:


Adams Packing Company. Inc.
Apte Brothers Canning Company
Bordo Products Company
Bruce's Juices, Inc.
Florida Citrus Canners Cooperative
Florida Fruit Canners, Inc.
Cregg Maxcy, Inc.
Pasco Packing Association
Polk Company, The
Shaver, H. A., Inc.


Auburndale
Tampa
Winter Haven
Tampa
Lake Wales
Frostproof
Sebring
Dade City
Haines City
Lakeland


CITRUS CANNERS

*Adams Packing Company, Inc. Auburndale
Apte Brothers Canning Company
Tampa, Lake Garfield
Bordo Products Company Winter Haven
Bruce's Juices, Inc. Tampa
California Packing Corporation Tampa
Citrus Concentrates, Inc. Dunedin
*DeSoto Canning Company Arcadia
*DiGiorgio Fruit Corporation Lucerne Park
Domino Canning Association Bradenton
F. & M. Packing Company Brooksville
*Fields, S. A. & Company Umatilla
Floridagold Citrus Corporation
Dundee, Eagle Lake, Lake Alfred
Florida Citrus Canners Cooperative Lake Wales
Florida Fruit Canners, Inc. Frostproof
Florida Grapefruit Canning Company Bradenton
Floriorange Canneries, Inc. Mount Dora
Hills Brothers Company, The Bartow
Holloway, J. W. Jr. Ft. Pierce
*Holly Hill Fruit Products, Inc. Davenport
Lakeland-Highlands Canning Co., Inc. Highland City
*Lee County Packing Company Ft. Myers
"Mariana Groves, Inc. Fort Myers
*Maxcy, Gregg, Inc. Sebring









Report Of The Bond And License
Department

CITRUS CANNERS (Continued)
*McDonald Corporation, The Auburndale
Mitchell Canneries, Inc. Ft. Meade
Norris & Alex:ander, Iic. DeLand
*Pasco Packing Association Dade City
Peace River Canning Company Wauchula
"Peoples Packing Company, Inc. Lakeland
Phillips Canning Company, Dr. P. Orlando
*Plymouth C. G. A. Plymouth
Polk Company, The Tampa, Haines City
*Polk Packing Association Winter Haven
Roberts Brothers, Inc. Winter Haven
Shaver, H. A. Inc. Lakeland
*Southern Fruit Distributors, Inc. Orlando
Stokely Brothers & Company, Inc. Tampa
Sunshine Foods, Inc. Winter Haven
Sun. Dine Company, Inc. Lake Alfred
Wegner Canning Corporation Eustis
These dealers operated canning plants in con-
nection with their fresh fruit packing houses.

COMPLAINTS HANDLED
Fifty-One (51) complaints filed during the 1940-
1941 season disposed of.
Sixty (60) complaints filed from June 1, 1941, to
September 28, 1941 against 1940-1941 season.
Seventy-Six (76) complaints filed against 1941-
1942 season, up to and including June 30, 1942.
Eighteen (18) hearings held on complaints under
Section 7.
Bonds of the following Dealers were paid by
Bonding Companies and the money distributed on
a pro rata Lasis to grower claimants.

Amount Amount
of Recovered
Grower from
Dealer Claims Bonds
Butler & Dees $ 738.76 $ 500.00
K. C. Produce Company 219.25 219.25
G. D. Gougler Company 35.25 35.25
Hall Packing Company, Inc. 9,985.17 2,000.00
Heart of Florida, Inc. 265.11 265.11
W. H. Mouser & Company 10,077.83 5,000.00
National Growers Outlet 1,980.49 500.00
Pinellas Growers Packing Co. 152.37 152.37
A. M. Prevatt 938.10 938.10
Winter Haven Packing Company 7.260.23 1,000.00
Tyner Fruit Co., Inc. 8,752.80 1,000.00
Goldsmith Fruit Company 5,009.58 1,000.00
Rocco Miscio Packing House 57.95 57.95
J. D. Cox 322.00 322.00
The License and Packing House Registration Cer-
tificate of Luther T. Johnson Company was sus-
pended by Order of the Commissioner of Agricul-
ture on March 16, 1942.








IN ADDITION TO THE SHIPPERS LISTED ELSE-
WHERE IN THIS REPORT, LICENSES TO DEAL
IN CITRUS FRUITS WERE ISSUED TO THE
FOLLOWING:


Dealer

Abood. Martin & Louie Johns
Addison & Brewer
Ahrens, Al
Almar Florida Products & Sunny Ridge
Groves
Anderson. L. L.
Asland, E. D.
Atlantic Comniission Co., Inc.


Baas, John H.
Baillie, R. E.
Banks. Robert
Barker. A. I.
Barnard. S. W.
Barnes, John S. Packing Co.
Basemore, Horace L.
Beardsley, J. L.
Beauchamp, Paul H.
Belcher Fruit Company
Belitz, Nicholas
Bentley, R. C.
Bilbrey. Owen L.
Bilbrey, Charles
Biitch, T. J.
Bond Produce Company, The
Booth, D. W.
Bradley, Wilson
Branch, E. H.
Breadwell, J. E.
Brewer. J. Walter
Bronson, Leonard K.
Buckey, H. M.
Burch, R. W. Inc.
Byrd Packing House
Byrd and Lindvall

Calderwood Groves
Campbell, Barney
Campbell, F. L.
Castleberry, W. M.
Causey, J. W. & W. D.
Cayson, Jessie L.
Chambers, WV. D.
Chambers, Ernest
Chanibliss, Geo. E.
Chapman. Carl H.
Church, O. W.
Citrus Grove Development Co
Cleveland Fruit Company
Cobb, James William
Coldren, Grover
Collins & Blow
Conner, H. C. Estate
Conway Brothers, Inc.
Cook. B. C.
Coone's Packing House
Coulantes, Gust
Cox & Nyman
Cravero Brothers

D'Amico Fruit Company


Location

Jacksonville
Arcadia
Miami

Sebring
Tampa
Jacksonville
Plant City


Lady Lake
Elfers
Dade City
Ocoee
Largo
Leesburg
Avon Park
Orlando
Plant City
St. Peterslbu'g
Maitland
Lake Alfred
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Dade City
Leesburg
Plant City
Highlands City
Cocoa
Winter Garden
Arcadia
Orlo Vista
Jacksonville
Plant City
DeLand
Haines City

Princeton
Orlando
Largo
Jacksonville
Haines City
Winter Haven
Melbourne
Orlando
Winter Haven
Orlando
Orlando
Babson Park
Miami
Largo
Largo
Winter Haven
Bartow
Jacksonville
Haines City
San Mateo
Miami
Lake Hamilton
Miami


Miami









Location


Davidson, Robert W.
Davis, Edgar Lee
DeFoe. T. A.
DeVito, Frank
Dickinson Groves Packing House
Dooley, H. W.
Driggers, William O.
Dukes, Alton
Duncan & Hurst
DuUson, R. F.
Dwoskin, I.

East Coast Fruit Co.
Edward-Hawes Company
Edwards Trucking Company
Elkin & Forster
Elliott, Fred
Ellis, Ed
Elrod & Son
Enterprise Lumber Company
Erskine & Lee
Ewing Company, K. E.

Fern Grill Packing Company
Ferran Bros. Citrus Co.
Fields & Johnson
Field's First Avenue Fruit Store
Fishbine, Harold L.
Florida Citrus Exchange, The
Florida Fruit Company
Fomby, J. W. & Son
Fountain, J. L. & H. L.
Fowler, H. W.
Freeman, B.

Gaffney, D. C.
Gaskins, John J.
Gerson, Max
Gilbert Brothers
Gillham, Charles C.
Gleaton, W. L.
Goodwin Packing Company
Gotsch, Oscar
Grapefruit Distributors, Inc.
Green, C. U. & Son
Griffin, Eugene F.
Griffin, E. F.
Gulf Crest Products Company

Hackney & Son. G. W.
Hagan, John W.
Hancock, W. P.
Harrison, Dewey & Clarence
Hart, L. V.
Haydon. V. D.
Hays, James
Hendry, Alec McEwen
Hill, Gordon L.
Hilliard, Roy G.
Hinson, J. W.
Hitching Post, The
Hobart-Atwood Company
Hoke, Frank
Holloway, L. E. & Co.
Horton, A. T.
Howard, Eugene


Lake Hamilton
Haines City
Eustis
Miami
Winter Haven
Fruitland Park
Clermont
Tampa
Haines City
Haines City
Jacksonville

Jacksonville
Dade City
Lakeland
Miami Beach
Frostproof
Haines City
Jacksonville
Tampa
Haines City
Bartow

St. Petersburg
Orlando
Ocoee
St. Petersburg
Miami
Tampa
Miami
Umatilla
Lakeland
Arcadia
Leesburg

Haines City
Dade City
Miami
Lakeland
Lakeland
Plant City
Palmetto
Lake Hamilton
Davenport
Ft. Pierce
Bartow
Bartow
Indian Rocks

White City
Largo
Winter Haven
Orlando
Orlando
Winter Haven
Orlando
Wauchula
Orlando
Vero Beach
Clermont
St. Petersburg
Bonita Springs
Winter Haven
Leesburg
Dundee
St. Petersburg


Dealer









Dealer


Howell & Henry
Howey, W. J. Company
Huffstetler & Company
Hughes, C. D.
Hughes. W. P.
Hughes & Hemingway
Hulse, Walter
Huntley. James S.
Hutto & Lawler


Indian Rocks Fruits. Inc.

Jackson & Collins
J ix Fruit Distributors
Johnson, W. J. & Colon
Johnson, Morgan J.
Johnson's Fruit Market & Packing
House
Johnson. A. J.
Johnson, A. ID.
Joined, H. IH.
Jones, Edgar Franklin
Jones. W. P. Produce Co.
Joyner, W. M.

Kampts Fruit Stand
Kersey, B. M.
Kersey, John L.
King. R. G.
King. J. T.
Kingston, Geo.
Kirkland, E. G.
Knight, C. D.
Kranier Fruit & Produce Co.

L. S. & R. Inc.
Lake Garfield Nurseries
Langley, J. H.
Langley, A. R.
Leak Produce Company
Lewis, J. P.
Lewis, Vernon C.
Lewis, T. C.
Liddoin. Van H.
Lindsey, J. M.
Lloyd, Austin
Long. H. C.
Long, Paul
Love, Win. L.
Lyle Farms
Lyman, Roy

Mansfield, A. I.
Marler. R. AI., Jr.
Marks, Noah
Marshall & Williams
Mason. Robert F.
Mathers, S. C.
Matthews Fruit Corporation
May, Noah M.
May, J. K.
McCae.o, Geo.
McCall. John
McCranie. Ida Mae. Mrs.
McDonald, H. F.
McGiboney, L. D.


Location

Haines City
Howey
Eustis
Winter Haven
Aulburndale
Dade City
Orlando
Winter Haven
BHartow


Largo


Miami
Jacksonville
Haines City
Orlando

St. Augustine
Haines City
\Wauchula
Winter Garden
Dade City
Jacksonvil h
Haines City

Miami
Highlands City
Clearwater
Brandon
Winter Haven
Ft. Myer.;
Sulphur Springs
Waucihula
Jacksonville

Winter Haven
liartow
Lakeland
Lakeland
Jacksonville
Thonlotosassa
Lakoland
Produce
Tampa
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Haines City
Vero Beach
Winter Haven
San Mateo
Leesburg

Lakeland
Lakeland
Miami
Haines City
Sebring
Goldenrod
Miami
Winter Haven
Auburndale
Fruitland Park
Winter Haven
Cleveland
Wauchula
Avon Park









Dealer

Meadows, C. N. & Leo Hart
Merkle, H.
Merritt, J. R.
Miller, H. R. P. & Son
Miller. W. F.
Miller, Alva
Mills, C. W.
Moore, H. G.
Mullis, H. F.

Newcomb, W. C.
Niederer & Hirsch
Nocatee Packing Company
Nolen, Edlow W.
Nunn, Glenn & D. L. Cannady

Orange Mill, The
Owen & Bozeman

Pafford, R. B.
Park, Ralph B.
Parker, Murray WV.
Park Fruit Company
Parrish, T. J.
Paul, J. R.
Pelton, Mrs. W. B. & Geo.
Peninsular Distributing Co.
Perry. Howard
Phillips, D.
Pierce, Edward G.
Pierson, C. G. A.

Raybon. L. D.
Ridge Growers Cooperative, Inc.
Rizzo Groves
Roberts. C. A. & R. R.
Ioberts, L. D.
Robertson & Strickland
Rogers, J. B.
Rosell, A. G.
ltumpsa, Paul L.
Russell's Tropical Fruit Juices
Russo, Sam

Scaglione, Sam
Schocoff, Nathan
Scott, J. Max
Sellars, George Harvey
Selph, Joe
Seminole Fruit & Preserving Co.
SAtzer's Stores
Shepard, Roy L.
Shipe. J. H. Trucking Co.
Simmons, Dallas J.
Simy Fruit Company
Smith, Ralph
Sommers Market
Sphaler & Son. W. G.
Sletson, John B. Estate
Stevenson. Fred
Stokes, C. S.
Sullivan, Gussie
Swallows, C. L.
Swanner & Swanner
Sylvester, S. S.


Location

Auburndale
Tampa
Auburndale
Eustis
Plant City
Plant City
Ft. Meade
Orlando
Highlands City


Largo
Tampa
Nocatee
Clermont
Orlando


Dania
Winter Haven

Winter Haven
Minneola
Lakeland
St. Petersburg
Orlando
Winter Haven
Sulphur Springs
Thonotosassa
Haines City
Miami
Bartow
Pierson

Mango
Frostproof
Miami
DeLand
Eustis
Haines City
Highlands City
Lake Hamilton
Sebring
Miami
Miami

Produce
West Palm Beach
Orlando
Haines City
Fort Pierce
Miami
Jacksonville
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Bradenton
Miami
Dundee
St. Petersburg
Pinecastle
DeLand
Palmetto
Orlando
Frostproof
Winter Haven
Alturas
Orlando









Location


Tangerine Shop, The
Tappen, E. L.
Terra Ceia C. G. A.
Thompson, Win.
Thorne, W. H.
Tippins, D. V.
Tony, D. G.
Tru-Fruit Products, Inc.
Tuxedo Fruit Company

Umatilla Fruit Company
Umphries, J. Allen
Val-O-Pine Groves
Vining & Lewis

Walker, John
Viard, Ernest
Watkins, Frank R.
Wear, Dan F.
Weatherford, John W.
Webb, E. J.
Weeks, C. A.
Wesco Foods Company
Wever, M. D. & Son
Wholesale Produce Company
Wiggins, S. B. & G. A. Walker
Williams, C. B.
Williams, Lyman
Willingham. H. G.
Willis, James J.
Willis, Virgil Gordon
Wilson, Benjamin F.
Wingate, John E.
Withers & Harshman
Womble, H. C.
Worth, Otis

Yaeger, C. R. & Son


St. Petersburg
Lake Placid
Terra Ceia
Longwood
Leesburg
Largo
Miami
Miami
Ft. Pierce

Umatilla
Winter Haven

Orlando
Orlando

Eustis
Plant City
Largo
Bartow
Lakeland
Wauchula
Winter Haven
Lakeland
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Lakeland
Jacksonville
Haines City
Haines City
Haines City
Dade City
Winter Haven
Sebring
Highlands City
Winter Haven

Miami


Dealer









Arsenical Spray Law Enforcement
Season 1941-1942

Field inspectors made over 28,500 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 Winter Haven Laboratories and were an-
alyzed for arsenic under the supervision of George
F. Westbrook, Jr., head chemist, and Frank E.
Morgan, assistant chemist.

Approximately 5,860 boxes of oranges and tan-
gerines, that contained arsenic in violation of the
law, were condemned and destroyed.

The majority of violations were caused from
using spray tanks and duster hoppers after spray-
ing or dusting other fruits with arsenical sprays
and dust, which is considered pure carelessness
and will not be tolerated. (Spray crews should
always wash spray tanks and duster hoppers be-
fare spraying oranges or tangerines.) There was
also some 'blow over' from the dusting of cotton
and ferns, which should not be planted adjoining
orange or tangerine groves.

C. P. DAVIS,
Chief Arsenic Inspector









Report Of Laboratories

Regular duties in the Laboratories con: isted of
-analytical work in connection with the enforce-
ment of the Arsenical Spray Law, the Citrus Pro-
cessing Laws, the Marking and Labelling Act for
Canned Citrus. the Maturity Law, chemical investi-
gations relative to all of these laws, and the pre-
paration and issuance of field supplies for inspectors.

In addition to the regular laboratory work a co-
operative project with the Florida Citrus Commission
was conducted this season with reference to inter-
nal quality of Florida citrus fruits. This work was
under the supervision of our Laboratory chemists.
While this type of project indicates research, it is
actually more of a survey.

Under the Citrus Processing Laws, the following
manufacturers held licenses during the 1941-42 sea-
son to manufacture and distribute the materials
designated below:


ARTIFICIAL COLOR


Food Machinery Corporation
Fruit Treating Corporation
Gregg Maxcy, Inc.
B. C. Skinner
Vaughn Gliffin Company
Consolidated Chemical Company


Dunedin,
Orlando,
Sebring,
Dunedin,
Howey,
Lakeland,


WAX


J. D. Anderscn Tampa, Fla.
H. B. Bailey Tampa, Fla.
Cilrus Imlpovement Corporation Sanford, Fla.
Food Machinery Corporation Dunedin, Fla.
Franklin IResearch Institute Philadelphia. Pa.
Industrial Chemical & Supply Co. Atlanta, Ga.
Gregg Maxcy, Inc. Sebring. Fla.
Dr. P. Phillips Co. Orlando, Fla.
Polk Packing Association Winter Haven, Fla.
R. E. L. Pryor Tampa. Fla
B. C. Skinner Dunedin, Fla.
Universal Chemical Company Akron, Ohio
West Disinfecting Company New York
Zeliler Chemical & Supply Co. Lakeland. Fla.
Gentile Brothers Winter Park, Fla.
L. Longfild Smith Avon Park, Fla.


SOAPS AND CLEANERS


Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company
Cudahy Pa( king Company
Chester C. Fosgate Company
J. B. Ford Sales Company
Fruit Treating Corpoiation
Industrial Chemical Company
International Agricultural Corpn.
Mutual Laboratories
Proctor & Gamble Distributing Co.
B. C. Skinner
Zellner Chemical & Supply Co.


Atlanta. Ga.
Chicago. ll.
Orlando, Fla.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Orlando. Fla.
Atlanta, Ga.
Atlanta, Ga.
Miami, Fla.
Cincinnati, 0.
Dunedin, Fla
Lakeland, Fla.









Statement Of Expenses


Paid From the General Inspection Fund

July 1, 1941 to June 30, 1942



Salaries ........ ... -- ------------- ---. --- ---. $343,216.85
Traveling and Subsistence Expenses ...... 161,104.97

Water, Light and Fuel ............- ........ ....-- 475.57
Office Supplies and Equipment ................ 6.943.23
Postage, Telephone, Telegraph
and Express ................. ---------- 5,821.07
Rent .........................---..-.-..---.. 2,035.00
Printing .................-- --- -- --.... -------.---- 2,825.98
Chemicals and Apparatus for
Laboratories ..............------------ -------... 2,204 80
Legal Expenses ........---.. ------------- ----- ---..... 126.00

Total Disbursements ...........- .....------ ---..... .. $524,753.47
Refunds for Services .......................... ----- 12,801.60

TOTAL EXPENSES ....................-------.... $511,951.87



RECEIPTS


Sale of Florida Citrus Stamps ............. $439,123.05
Sale of Licenses .................................. .... 6,190.00
Received from Canners for Inspection .... 16,791.98


TOTAL ............................ .... ..... $462,105.03

Expenses of the Florida Citrus Commission
amounting to $44,239.72 which have been paid from
the General Inspection Fund are not included in
lilis report.