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Title: Annual report
Alternate Title: Annual report of the Division of Fruit and Vegetable Inspection
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Division of Fruit & Vegetable Inspection
Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture
Publisher: The Division
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: 1961
Publication Date: 1962-
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Statement of Responsibility: Division of Fruit & Vegetable Inspection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 1961/1962 season-
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    Letter of transmittal
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    In memoriam
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STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT
OF
AGRICULTURE


DOYLE CONNER
Commissioner of Agriculture
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

























STATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
DOYLE CONNER, Commissioner




DIVISION OF FRUIT AND


VEGETABLE INSPECTION

WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA


i;EORGE COPELAND, Director

D);. i;EORGE F. WESTBROOK, Chief,
Citrus Technical Section

NOVELL IIALL, Chief, Citrus Section-
Director of Personnel

It. FLYNT, (Chiel, Vergtable Section-
Orlando, Florida

MARVIN A. McNAIR, Chief,
Citrus Bond and License Section

E:. N. STRODE, Statistical Records

ARTHUR WILLITS, Fiscal Officer

Wnm. C. PIERCE, Attorney




U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
!I, M. RILEY, Federal Supervisor
Fresh Fruils ard Vegetables

I. \AMA1. ENGLISH, Federal Representative
Processed Foods Inspection








INDEX


Arsenic Spray Law Enforcement 44

Balance Between Tonnage (Carlot Equivalent)
and Personnel 'No. of Men) 9

Bond & License Department Report 47 thru 77

Canning Plant Inspection, By Months 9

Canning Plant Inspection, By Seasons 10

Cannine Plants (Names & Locations) 51 & 52

Canning Plant Total Pack 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15

Container Analysis by Areas & Statewide 24 & 25

Crop Disposition Summary 7

Florida Canner's Association
Reports 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15

Grade Analysis by Areas & Statewide 31, 32 & 33

In Memoriam .- __ 5

Letter of Transmittal __ 4

Licensed Fruit Dealers 54 thru 77


Packing Houses (Names and
Locations) 4'

Report of Citrus Technical Section

Road Guiard Pas.ing Reports 4

Shiomcnts of Grapefruit, Oranges & T

By Counties, By Months 18, 1

By Counties, For Season

By Seasons

By Type of Fruit, By Destination
By Areas & Statewide ..

Interstate, Intrastate, & Export

Transportation and Destinations
By Areas & Statewide _

Size Analysis By Areas & Statewide

Summary of Shipments By Seasons

Vegetables, Nuts, Avocados & Melons

Weekly Fruit Analysis Report
3


7, 48, 49 & 50

44 ,45 & 46

0, 41, 42 & 43

angerines:

9, 20, 21 & 22

23

S 17


28, 29

26


38 & 39

35 & 36

17

8

16








LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL


July 31, 1962

Honorable Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture
Tallahassee, Florida

Sir:

It is my honor to submit the 1961-1962 Annual
Report of the Division of Fruit and Vegetable In-
spection.

I gratefully acknowledge and appreciate the work
of all Department employees of this Division, the
cooperation given the Division by the fruit and
vegetable industry organizations, each individual
shipper and processor to whom we render the
'Orvice.

Respectfully,

George Copeland

Director
GC/hs



NOTE


This report is chiefly statistical as shown by index.

The 1961-1962 season broke all records for tonnage
on total boxes certified (fresh channels 34,783,396 -
cannery utilization 109,697,718). The canned pack
likewise was a record 177,855,242 cases (equivalent
24 No. 2's,. Section Reports: Vegetable, page 8;
Bond and License, page 47-77; Technical, page 44-46.

The graph on page 6 depicts the most ready
picture of our operation for the entire season. It is
noteworthy to review the close balance of tonnage
and personnel throughout the season.

I ain illf C ith packers and processors of Florida
recognize the economy of rendering seasonal service
by virtue of the fact that our inspectors are in
demand by other states during "off season" here.













3n lemoriam


JOHN F. MAYS


CHIEF, BOND AND LICENSE SECTION

DIVISION OF FRUIT AND
VEGETABLE INSPECTION

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA


September 1, 1932


~ -Il'll


- III-


February 2, 1962


























FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE



DIVISION OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE INSPECTION


U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


COOPERATING


SEAbSON- AUGU ST I 1961 JULY 31 ,162
1000) 69,567- CARS FRESH (IIRUS
219,395 --CAR', CANNERY CITRUS
4 ,850 CAR3 VEG MELONSPE ANUTS AVOCADO S M LIMES
- o-- -so 6 S T&F3iV FCONTA0CT w- thYteiFL.EmT o'fATPI I
CERTIFIED 177,855,242 CASE. (21 -N 2CAN EQUIVI
of CONCENTRArE ar O-HER CIARUS PRODUCT
500 BXS CITRLl CA EQOUI,


CANNERY CITaLIS 2 23 94
nil ITmii VEGE ABLES I





DISPOSITION OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, MURCOTTS, ORANGES, TANGELOS AND TANGERINES
August 1. 1961 through July 31. 1962

SI Interstatel Intrastat
SINTRASTATE Cannery ** Expre ** By Non
East of West of Commercial Shipments ProductlsCommerci
Interstate Suwannee I Suwannee 1* Export Totals I-I----
Type of Friut I Boxes I %I Boxes ] %I Boxes %| Boxes ] %[ Boxes [ % Boxes 1%\ Boxes %c Boxes Boxes V


e |
al Totals (All)
% Boxes- Crof
r| Boxes |i Crop


64,178


Grapefruit
Seeded |1,195,210 |11
Pink Seeded 42,938 96]
Seedless 7,388,644 451
Pink Seedless 6.360,463 901
Totals 14,987,255 441
Murcotts 125,820 99
Tangelos 551,540 55
Oranges
Early 3,255,372 |
Mid-Season 3,036,403 14
Temple 1,817,14
Late 6,852,056 12!
Totals 15,638,375 141
Tangerines 2,341,080 59
Totals (All) 132,966,710 22 1


1,032,436


11 182 1 3.613 1 | 1,263.183 12 8,949.9661811 113.300t 11
41 20 | [ [ 44.574 1100 | !
21 329 1 1363,995 [ 21 8,079,433 49 7.681.3671461 108,8001 1j
21 372 1 93,181 1 11 6,562.972 93 --- 77,8001 11
1| 903 1460,789 I 1115,950,162 I 46 16,631.3321481 299.900 11
1 [ I 126.751 ;100 I
11 322 1 951 557.291 1 56 285,5051291 8,700|

1.470 27.813 18,387,991 ) '
1 734 35.983 8,168,739 C 16 456032.881 79 596.500 1
238 771 1.881.547) / /
757 1252.932 11 7.300.944 : 13 46.518.1271831 230,9001 11
3,521 318.450 L 116423,263 14 91,831.0131801 831.1001 11
11 165 422 T 2,409,971 60 1,235.,781811 20,8001 11
1 4.589 1 779.661 184.783.396 23' 109.97718172 1.151.8001 11


- --- --- I '


SCertified commercial and government export shipments.
** Indicated figures and permission to their use given by Growers Administrative Committee, Florida Citrus Commission and Federal-State Market News Serv've
Express Shipments and intrastate non-commercial estimated.
Percentage derived from TOTALS column on extreme right; and percentages not listed are less than one per cent.


1,616
326,465
108,956
501.215
931
4.478

103,336
95.619
63,8654
1965199
462.917
68.304


3-.851 650.000 61 10,979,833| 7.19
I I 44,5741 .03
S 650.0001 4| 16,519,600110.82
[ 400,0001 6 7,040,772 4.61
8,385 1,700,00 61 4.584,779122.65
J 1 126.7511 .08
15I85041151 1,000,0001 .66


S 750.000 5 6,862,438 37.27
- I /

49.26812,000.000| 8 i6,094,229 36.74
94,538j4,903,504] 56 114,083,418174.73
333,856 8I 4,000,000! 2.62
97.923 6.'37,360 41152,668,197









Certified Vegetables, Nuts, Avocados & Melons

(Reported by Vegetable Section)

Carlot Equivalents-Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1962


Type Number I Equiv.
Commodity Container I Packages jCarlots
Avocados ..... .............. oundls ............ 12,581.t,64 539
Beans . .... Bushels ........... 9,335 62
Beets Crate 10
Broccoli ....... Bushels ....... ... 30
Cabbage ................... Bags ............. 232,571 395
Cabbage ..... ..... Crates .. 1,017,101 1,85
Carrots ...... ........-..... Bushels 56,300 95
Cauliflower I 11 Bushels .... 27,600 48
Celery ......... ......ICrates 5,347,770 S,490
Celery Cabbage he.......--..I sh 45
Chicory B---------- ushels 1,766 2
Chinest Cabba)I Bushels 4....32 1
Corn .. Crates 5,527,170 8,212
Corn Ba s ..... .... 9
Cucumbers ... Bushels ....... 214,019 335
Eggplant .... ..... I Bushels ... ........ 23,103 46
Endive Bushes .. 7,227 11
Escarole Bushels .... 6,008
Lettuce L.A. Crates ........ 4,820 14
Limes .. Bushels .......... 336,332 400
Onions 50 Lb. Bags ...... 10,400 18
Parsley Bushels 8,436 14
Peaches ...... ush ls .... .... 1,91 4
Peaniuts:
Shelled Pounds 46,038,550 912
F'. S.-Comm. ..... Tons .... 19,898.24 1,658
F. S.-C.C.C. Tons ...... 4,587.32 382
F. S.-Regrades i Tons .. 31,575.74 2,643
F. S.-Outgrades I Tns ....... 5,302.28 440
Peppers .. ushels 152,958 190
Potatoes .. 100 Lb. Bags 1,392,158 2,779
Radishes Bushel ........ 25,979 43
Romaine 1-1/9 Bushels 2,499 4
Strawberries ...... 24 Pint Crates 36,879 64
Squash .. ... ... Bushels ......... 24,323 58
Tomatoes ...... ......... Bushels .... ,478,296 8,922
Topped Turnips Bushels 872 2
Watermelons Melon 4,028,331 2,967
*Imported
Mixed Vegetables .... Packages ..... ,44 10
Grapefruit (Condition
Insp.) ............... .. I Standard Box .- 24,606 47

* Includes arums, plantains, Chinese pumpkins, etc.





CERTIFIED CITRUS FRUIT FOR USE AT CANNING AND CONCENTRATING PLANTS
Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

Month Year Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Other Total Boxes
August 1961 ------- 5,543 4,768 10,311
September 1961 7,997 7,006 15,003
October 1961 -- -- -- 404,395 272,952 564 677,911
November 1961 ----------- 1,367,909 2,182,092 87,278 1,145 3,638,424
December 1961 --_ -- ---1,764,579 9,024,427 398,363 9,500 11,196,869
January 1962 2,146,475 17,699,098 372,180 3,553 20,221,306
February 1962 2,352,737 13,703,668 245,252 4,902 16,306,559
March 1962 3.838,656 5,804,406 117,787 500 9,761,349
April 1962 2,156,004 9,852,274 14.513 12.022,791
May 1962 1,285,423 17.024,975 18,310,398
June 1962 791,688 13,415,035 355 14,207,078
July 1962 509,926 2,817,393 2,400 3,329,719

STATEWIDE TOTALS 16.631.332 91,808,094 1,235,373 **22,919 109,697,718

"'Clementines. King Oranges, Satsumas and Sour Oranges.






CERTIFIED CITRUS FRUIT FOR USE AT CANNING AND CONCENTRATING PLANTS

By Seasons August 1 to July 31, Inclusive
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Oranges Tangerines
41,857,889 1.354.572
47,450,510 657,136
45,838,898 1.064.134
62,813,450 1.031O'.57
60,569,884 1,10-,867
64.908,741 98), 1. 3
67,822,956 1.258.907
64.548,181 351.(93
68,874,231 1,591,966
70,133,784 540,505
69.500.267 1,588,158
91.808.094 1.235.373


Limes Total
61.026,257
61,700,647
62,070,220
83.899,305
77,334,927
114,758 84.665,983
189,318 88,300.358
54,860 81,444,964
72,901 89.094,627
79,157 85,051,247
-13.657 86,814,966
+22.919 109,697,718


:Includes 178 boxes grapefruit and 366,802 boxes oranges imported from Cuba.
":'Includes 430 boxes oranges imported from Cuba.
"Includes 100,522 boxes oranges imported from C,.i'a and 81 boxes grapefruit and 75,233 boxes oranges from Texas.
;C!cmentines, King Oranges. Satsima- and Sour Oranges.


Season
1950-1951
1951-1952
1952-1953
1953-1954
1954-1955
S 1955-1956
1956-1957
1957-1958
"1953-1959
.'"1959-1960
1960-1961
1961-19G2


Grapetruit
17.813,786
13,593,001
15,167,188
20,047,898
15.660 17 ;
18.66i1.538
19 029.117
16,490.830
18.552,529
14,297,801
15,712,884
166i 1.3332









*PROCESSED CONCENTRATED ORANGE
JUICE AND FROZEN CONCENTRATED
ORANGE JUICE AND FROZEN GRAPE-
FRUIT ANNUAL PACKS IN THE STATE
OF FLORIDA.

SEASONS OF 1940-41 TO 1961-62 INCLUSIVE

Processed Frozen Frozen
Concentrated Concentrated Grapefruit
Orange Juice Orange Juice Concentrate
Ykar (Gallons) (Gallons) (Gallons)

S3 2 03,000....
.. -........
1,213,ugj
U 1 -- .... 240,i00 .
1 ;5- .... 211,U000 226,(00 ......
L 4 I-.- 1. 147,0ou 55 ,0U00
91 ,-- 1,739,000 1, 35,000
i1 -10 1,087,100 I J,232,000 116,123
-5 1,5329,.122 21,617,447 1,584,561
19 -1 . 2,529,671 30,757,656 187,903
'!15 -52 1,89 ,S4 41,030,633 1,097,564
195 -5 536,660 46,55 ;1,(95 1,226,485
1953-54 1.339,222 65,531,204 1,656,469
i . 1,531,419 6 1,85,956 1,155,314
i -5 6 1.085,697 70,22.1,(>53 2,511,831
1 -57 .. 1501.2S3 72,011,7.11 2,949,072
i: 1.149.l0 1 57,150, 66 3,330,301
i .. 517,2 0 71 u,70 4,952,488
.. 7.77 7 l.19 ,: 1,613,462
S 1 154,911 8 114 3,841,462
S277,5 01 11 ( 1,547 3,162,798


CONCENTRATED PROCESSED GRAPE-
FRUIT, FROZEN BLENDED CONCEN-
TRATE AND FROZEN TANGERINE CON-
CENTRATE.

SEASON OF 1948-49 TO 1961-62 INCLUSIVE

Processed
Processed Frozen Blend and Frozen
Grapefruit Blend Tangerine Tangerine
'Year (Gallons) (Gallons) (Gallons) (Gallons)
'.-.-~1 S,T2S 111,.' 440
27,S;1 1,302,74 .
10. :-51 1,17,7'7 245.106 1,060
151-52 16,112 535,703 .349,161
52-53 5,0563 479,745 ..... 551,397
1953-51 55,372 965,430 .... 443,105
1951-55 31,830 560,545 877,011
1955-5 31,719 954,142 25,055 618,986
1951-57 . 9,105 596,731 32,431 792,516
1957-5O 107,896 506,915 146,576
195'-59 1,5,115 6S9,521 188,154 1,151,782
1959-60 27,300 2S4,276 319,671
9lCO-61 19,9 7 255,584 21,285 1,406,694
1961 -62 116.171 266,59S 3,089 1,370,187

Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used
for canning Frozen Grapefruit, Pro-
cesscd Grapefruit and Frozen Blend for
the Season of 1961-62 2,772,987

Number of field boxes of Oranges used
for canning Frozen Orange Concentrate,
Processed Orange and Frozen Blend for
the Seacon of 1961-62 73,986,014
Number o' field boxes of Tangerines used
for canning Frozen Tangerine Concen-
trate for the Season of 1961-62 1,049,890
SFigures above furnished through the courtesy of
the Florida Canners Ass'n.






*FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CANNED CITRUS-SEASON OF 1961-62


Sw. Grf. Unsw. Grf. Broken
Sections Sections Sections


27.66


27.661
16,739

166.515 284.227


24/2's
404/700
48/8 oz.
48/6 oz.
24/303
24/13 ; oz.
12/32 oz.
Cony. 2's
TOTALS


311,888


Citrus Orange
Salad Sections


60,935 16,130
34.524 29


355,596



451,055


1,182



17.341


Unsw. Orange
Juice
1,187,713
4,228,734
389,111
158
20,613

18,905
204,268
6,049.502


Sw. Blend Unsw. Blend
Juice Juice
244,688 284,113
1,127,414 1,270,558
38,739
25,365
6,497


251,045
1,687,251 1.561,168


6,771
4,131,979 220,025


841,805
185.286

3,050,875
54,013


Tang.
Juice
33,808
181,330


Tang.
Blends


24/2's
404/700
48/6 oz.
6/10's _
24/12 oz.
24/4 oz.
12/32 oz.
Cony. 2's
TOTALS


Sw. Grf.
Juice
613,354
2,036,872
565,947
52,565


7,530
9,633
3,285,901


215.138


Unsw. Grf.
Juice
1,187,538
4,062,487
322,771
1,108
21,337

23,579
2,455
5,621,275


Sw. Orange
Juice
1,300,492
3.098,012
825,773
13.386
40.226
4,082,801
13,205

9,373,895


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-~------


1z


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THE ABOVE CONVERTED TO 24/2 CANS

Sw. Grapefruit Sections 3,757,981 Sweetened Grapefruit Juice 3,636,610
Unsw. Grapefruit Sections 182,927 Unsweetened Grapefruit Juice _---- -- 6,553,546
Broken Sections 268,175 Sweetened Orange Juice -------- 6,759,838
Citrus Salad ------ 397,799 Unsweetened Orange Juice -- 7,002,595
Orange Sections 21,302 Sweetened Blended Juice .--- ---- 1,974,474
Tangerine Juice _---- ---262,102 Unsweetened Blended Juice ... 1,888.033
Tangerine Blends
CONVERTED TOTALS 32,705,382


Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Sections 3.005,118
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Grapefruit Juice ----7,766,134
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Combination Juice 1,419,928
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Citrus Salad 193,841
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Tangerine Blends
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Orange Juice 8.345.167
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Combination Juice 1,169,220
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Orange Sections 13,254
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Citrus Salad 145,926
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Tangerine Blends
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for Canning Tangerine Juice .... 186,784
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for Canning Tangerine Blends
': Figure above furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Ass'n.





*FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CITRUS CONCENTRATE

Season of 1961-62


Sizes
48/6 oz .
24/, oz.

24/12 oz.
SOthiler Sizes converted to 48'6 oz.
12/32 oz. -- -


Other Sizes Converted to 12/32 oz.
TOTAL CASES ALL SIZES
Total sizes converted to gals.
Bulk Gallons
Gross Gallons
Lc,' Reprocessed Gallons
NET GALLONS


Frozen Processed
Orange Orange
24,138,387
20,637


9,734,201
105.838
1,856.767


873,320
36,729,150
84,664,934
48 229.330
132,894,264
16,812,717
116,081,547


Various
Sizes


277,501

277,501


Frozen
Grapefruit
SA 2,468
SA 614,098
US 185,463


SA 137,966
US 49,235
SA 1,184
US 971
991.385
1,473,126
2.150.175
3.623.301
460,503
3,162,798


Processed
Grapefruit



Various
Sizes








120,160

120,160


Frozen Frozen
Blend Tangerine


SA 512
SA 156,333
US 255,584


SA 808


413.237
466.982
5.994
472 976
206,382
266,594


295,444


295,444
332,374
1.551.405
1,883,779
513,592
1,370,187





GALLONS OF CONCENTRATE PRODUCED FOR THE SEASON

OF 1961-62


Processed
Orange
277,501


Frozen
Grapefruit
3,162,798


Processed
Grapefruit
116,171


Frozen
Blend
266,594


Frozen
Tangerine
1,370,187


Number of'
Number oi'

Number of
Number o f
Nunmbci' of
Number of


field boxes of grapefruit used for canning Frozen Grapefruit
field boxes of grapefruit used for canning Processed Grapefruit
field boxes of grapefruit used for canning Frozen Blencdd Con aentrait'
field boxes of oranges used for canning F'rozen Orange Concentrate
hiedi boxes of oranges used for canning Process;ed Orange Concenlrate(
field boxes of oranges used for canning Fr'ozen Blended Concenirate
field boxes of Tangerines used for canning Frozen Tangerine Cmoneinra;l


C(IILLED CITRUS PRODUCTS
SNumber of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Juice
SNumber of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Orange Sections and Salad
SNumber of field boxes of Gra;efruit used for Chilled Juice -----
* Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Grapefruit Section:s and Salad

SFigures above furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Ass'n.


Frozen
Orange
116,081.547


Processed
Tangerine
3,989


2,663,525
52,166
57,296
73,715,863
158,251
111.900
1,049,890


7,297,700
672,182
336,662
1.064,964









Average acid and solids content, by week, of
grapefruit and orang's received at processing plants
for 1961-R2 s.eason. Samples taken from composite
sizes and represent all varieties-

GRAPEFRUITIT ORANGES
i I %
Date lIe-c'l. 1,000 4 Total 1,000 ; Total
W cl, Lndiin' Ix. ,xs Acid Solids Ratio Box,-s Aciid Solids. Ratio

Oct. 29 1:;3 1.31 9.09 7.62 103 .!11' 10.09 11.21

Nov. 5 171 1.37 10.31 7.53 152 .92 10.19 11.08
Nov. 12 9 .7' 0.1 7.6 263 .89' 10.34 11.62
Nov. 19 ;'0 1.13 101.71 7.. 19! 493 .88 10.44i 11.86
Nov. 26 1:38 1.16 10.1 7.471 593 .87 10.609 12.18

De. 3 3'2 1.5 11.11 7.41 857 .90 10.86 12.07
Dec. 10 4, 1..'2 1 1. l0 7.50 1,421I .01 11.25 12.36
Dec. 17 13 1.51 11.31 7.5i1 1,986; .90 11.45 12.72
DLcI. 21 23,1 1.50 11.42 7.61 2,255 .89 11.81 13.27
Dec. : 1 2.4, 1.5i3 11.70 7.50 2,562! .92' 12.08 13.13

Jar. 7 I57 1 I' 1.i 7.58 3.722 .0 12.19 12.83
Ja, 14 4 0S 1.481 11.32 7.65' 3,45i .97 12.32 12.70
Jni. 21 111 1.47 11.21 7.63' 4,499 .':7 12.45 12,84
J:n. 28 .91" 1.4 11.16 7.70 4,155 .05 12.54 13.20

Fi, 1 315 1.44 11.22 7.79 3,95i9 .95 12.73] 13.4n
F, i 1 456 1.47 11.31 7.69I 3,639 .97 12.95 13.35
Fli. 1 516 1.43 11.43 7.99 3,5791 1.0o 13.10 13.10
I',r 2.- 525 1 12' 11..:i 7.908 3,125' .98 13.12 13.39

Mar. I 612' 1. 4 11.50 8.21 2,421 1.n00 13.12 13.12
Mar. 11 .i3 1.37 l 11.57 8.45' 1,826 1.04 13.05 12.55
Mar. 18 677 1.42 111.661 8.211 9301 1.06! 12.61 11.90
Mar. 25 l 1 1.43! 11.068 8.17 8811 1.061 12.23[ 11.54

Apr. 1 8:32 1.41 11.54: 8.18 847. 1.031 11.96 11.61
Apr. 5 ;: 1.33 11.31! 8.50 1,1061 .98 11.77 12.01
Apr. 1I, -' 1.37 11.41 8.33 1,639 .94' 11.77 12.52
Alr. 22 3'92 1.31 11.14 8.S1 2,829 .92 11.75 12.77
Ar. "'9 '5S 1.2,: 10.97 .57! 3,602! .90 11.74 13.04

May 1; 11 1.3f, 11.(5 ?.50 3,842 .89 12.01 13.49
Ma' 13 2' 1.2 121. 17 '.65; 4,0221 .S 12.22 13.73
May 2o' 276 1 25 11.14 S.91 3,9651 .881 12.41 14.10
May 27 233' 1.241 11.07 S.1 3 3,8211 .86 12.53 14.57

June 3 219 1.27 11.27 .S87 3,453 .84 12.71 15.13
Jure 10 2i '1 1.2 I 11.22 5.77 3,472 .83 12.79 15.41
June 17 18' 1.22 10.94 8.97 3,196 .82 12.74 15.54
Jiun 24 163) 1.19 11.03 9.271 2,808 .81 12.74) 15.73

July 1 15 1.14 10.71 9.39 2,769 .78 12.65 16.22
July 8 116' 1.1,1' 10.775 9.45) 1,482 .77 12.54 16.29
July 15 ... 123 1.25: 11.09 8.87) 665 .77! 12.53 16.27

Weighted '
Average 1.41 11.27 8.05 .91 12.37 13.69
Cnicntrlit" Only .91 12.50 13.74
109 "-6 1 I 10.25' 7.71 i .'9 11.75 13.21'
19i9-60 I 1 9..51 8.27! .96 11.52 13.40
195s-59 I 1 39 10.58 7.61 .92 12.21) 13.27
1957-58 l251 9.87 7.90 .88 11.471 13.03
1956-57 l. 10.70 7.59' 1 .S9 12.091 13.58
1955-56 1.5' 11.11 7.41 .90 11.761 13.07
1954-55 1 3 10 .25 7.54 .90 11.97 13.3'
1951-54 1.2 9. 95 8.09 .SO 11.47' 14.34
1952-53 .i 1.36' 10.19 7.49 .90 12.03 13.37
1951-52 .. 1.28 10.31 8.08 .84 11.881 14.14




CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS By Season*


Season
1938-1939
1939-1940
1940-1941
1941-1942
1942-1943
1943-1944
1944-1945
1945-1946
1946-1947
1947-1948
1948-1949
1949-1950
1950-1951
1951-1952
1952-1953
1953-1954
1954-1955
1955-1956
1956-1957
1957-1958
1958-1959
1959-1960
1.960-1961
1961-1962
.Beginning


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


Grapefruit Oranges T
10,653,898 27,726,963
6,313,585 18,954,443
8.756,093 22,904.429
7,309,619 21,183,713
8,498,166 28,452.013
9,298,690 32.752.390
5.990,769 26,013,918
8,611,014 27,836,857
9.401,940 30.061,266
S 8,688,508 25,146,951
12,384,157 28,302.233
9,215,523 20.449,442
13,750,840 21,474.494
17.448,995 26,979,133
15,734,478 22,224.392
18,899,227 24,115,727
17,076,007 22,574,267
17.606,916 20.946,070
16,241.375 19,305,133
12,973.347 14,731,091
14,455,149 11,554,127
14.101,281 15,565,611
13,715.193 11,670,296
15,950,162 16,423.263
with 1949-1950 season are from August 1 to July 31, inclusive. Prior se,


:angerines Total Co
2,949,274 41,330,135
2,035.941 27.303,969
2,283,495 33,944,017
1,735,188 30,228,520
3,381,943 40,332,122
3,103,524 45,154,604
3,406,328 35,411,015
3,228,711 39,676,582
2,517,268 41,980,474
2,390,646 36,226,105
2,958,243 43,644,633
2,881,159 32,546,124
2.692,614 37,917,948
2,894,486 47,322,614
3,311,192 41,270,062
3,066,458 46,081,412
3,362,502 43,012.776
3,066,763 41.619,749
2,929,451 38.475.959
1,604,774 29,309.212
2,322,764 28,332,040
1,802,532 31,469,424
2,924,946 28,310,435
2,409,971 34,783,396
sons are from September 1 to August 31,


lor Added
14,951,080
6,672,269
7,770,624
8,442,970
11,073,757
18,735,188
16,341,691
21.249,972
21,731,995
17,101,488
20,576,590
14.497,245
14,901,864
17,542,648
13,753,552
15.693,140
13,537,175
13,806,103
12,235,129
8,020,722
5,959,849
7,707.743
5,365,924
7,593,853
inclusive.









County Shipments By Months

AUGUST, 1961
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
I I I I Color
|Grapefruit Oranges Tangs. | Totals Added
In,],. t.,ver 21 3,477T 12,429
M .r ";. 140' 140
St. Lue .. 2,069 I 2,069
SI ,VE N'ijAL I 11.1611 3,477 i 14,6381


County Shipments By Months

SEPTEMBER, 1961
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
Tl Color
GrapefrlitU Oranges| Tangs. j Totals Added
lBrowarNd 2031 203
Hi'hlnd 41,76U 4,760
Hiilrboroui h ii,731i 2,054 S,784 2,054
T7lian Riv6r 2,301 2,301
LakU 8 ,81 2,6.35 11,450 2,635
Urn' 7S,3li 4,580 77,948 4,580
Oscola ...... 2,401 2,461
ca- .... 694[ 1' 695 1
Pin' as 3021 337 639 337
"oik 29,986 7,914 3",900 7,914
t. Lu i 6,162 6,162
S :' 1,678 1,678
81 .' It' t 1i 137,2571 L7,724' 1 151,9811 17,521


County Shipments By Months

OCTOBER, 1961
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
SI Color
I(Grapiefruitl Oranges; Tangs. Tolals Added
i. card 23,891] 2,538 21,4291 1,703
BrIwar: 5S1| 472 1,053
Cir 1,131! 1,131 1,131
Da: L 206' 206
Diva:l ,513, 9,1441 17,957 9,444
IHe rian,.) 2,1551 2,703 ,858 2.703
E-iiland- 32,331 26,783 51,1141 26,787
Hillhl;.>ro.:i 46,121 27,058 73,1791 27.058
[nd:,.i Lvir i 24,95 264,9551
Lak-e 109,53 117,7041 534 227,291 117,200
Manatee 606 16:; 769 163
Mario ... 3,259 18,292 21,551 18,292
Orange 327,6891 194,7501 522,439 189,892
Osccola 3,4721 28,074 31,546 28,074
Pasco 9 ,41061 4,7669 14,175 4,273
Pinc(llas 8. 1,00(10 3,536 52,526 2.589
Poll 591,0 0 17 165 769,1701 175,564
St. Lui, 115.346 556 I 145,902 556
S( nimirlo 1 33.236! 2, 721 63,957 28,702
'Sc tio lii 3 1,064 ____ 1,064
STATE IOTAI, I 1,1052.60 'i46',,129 534 2,299,272] 634.131










County Shipments By Months

NOVEMBER, 1961
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
SI I Color
Grapefruit Orangesl Tangs. Totals Added
Br .,r.r .1,.- 51, 9)6 85,6351 5,097
liruowan- 72' 499 1,222
Cicru. 25.i 1,647. 1,880i 115
Dlad) 163 1631
D S to 36,0)70 15,636 51,70(6 33,631
IuD n! 3,29' 26,416 J,444 39,158! 26,224
thrilan-.,, 5,769 16,227 11,132 33,13; 16,227
lii hla i 17,7, 1 .12,386' 9,9, 51 7U-,721 41,841
i. bm r,. :h 25.0:: 7 ,125 2.o52 98,613 65,190
I.ian Ri.- r 3ju,u i :;,7> 343,b47,
i al1.. 1,7,i7 21',20 53,90 7 357,724 189,261
A1nat. 173 9.3 | 1,1561 972
Mar.on. 4,512: 32,32, 3591 37,199) 28,389
rln. 2'10,:31 339,456, 161,2121 734,0271 304,150
O ola 1,22u 28,295 5811 30,099 28,298
i'anm ,,: .i 10 121 1311
Pas;co 10,828' 19.277 1,7821 31,S871 16,872
'in lar s 4 ,767 11,209 2,794 61,770 9,034
Polk 5. 529,718 523,.,31 1314,5351,247,5S4 554,433
Putnam 255 2,5111 10,7691 13,535 2,266
:At. Luci- 202,131, 45,923 1971 248,251
:-asota 4,925 44 5,368
S. nule 44,2>.; 1 ,6',5 21,197 172.085' 89,973
V. !,:,ia 72') !,'.k7 : 13, 46 28,537 2,950
6 t n 1.,. 7 .,S49 6,316
u "11, ',,9 1, l 45,11 462.u0 5 3,701,171 1,414,923



County Shipments By Months

DECEMBER, 1961
In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
SI I Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangs. Totals I Added


, ,i r d -

l it' ...
1) Sotu
I) Soal. .

liLrniando

H:i0 orouw'-
1 r I-r
,v, ':.n R ;i\'v r j

;\l;n:ta . 1
. r r ... ...
(,range ... . '
('srcol:
Pailm B-ach .
I'rsco
I'inclas
Polk .
I'utiarn
It. luc.e
Sarndsot -
Seminl
Volusi ..........
*SerOLn .. (0O1.50I


STATE TOTAL


3u,503 9,974 2,325 123,582 4,060
467 1,203 18 1,798|
671 2,659 61 3,3911
S 2421 262
17,6 1 22,2104 69,885 37,300
1,769 27,'56 30,737 59,3621 22,945
1,,13 12,974 32,>20 46,507 12,729
6,92S 61,6U,7 ;i2,917 101,152 36,768
11,122 1(7,615, 32,646 151,6583 70,922
373,>36i 12,840 386,676
71,496, 318,269 156,577 576,342 280,420
582 9431 1,525 322
5,3411 88,612 4,3681 98,321 72,743
159.77 7 470,059 332,495 962,362 275,093
2,930 35,484 2,246| 40,660 35,484
1751 440 ] 615
8,509 39,969| 10,:28! 59,3061 35,118
57,789 :,2,585' 12,075 102,449] 28,995
469,853 751,731| 382,173|1,603,757] 653,063
426 6,761 32,5381 39,7251 316
1:15,315 73.816' 2,72 272,0331
3.685 375 4,060
34,190 112,280 69,021 215,494 63,047
1,1981 15,7231 64,194 81,115[ 6,980
181| 7,7111 21 7,894


1,437,907i2,3,49,749 1,223,120 5,010,776!1,636,305









County Shipments By Months

JANUARY, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
I I I Color
Grapefruit Oranges| Tangs. Totals Added
Hrvard 50,947 77,970 1,700| 130,617 1,467
Ilroward 967! 54 100 1,921
Citrus ..175 1,1311 44[ 1,350
Dade .. 35) 35
DeSoto 42,5071 11,706 64,213'
Iuval .,964 49,631 21,3171 73,912 19,526
Hernando I6.995 23,121 17,341 47,1571 20,410
Highlnnds 9.'27 76,712 22,012i 107,851 25,492
Ilillsborough 311,344 78,564 13,1771 131,085 31,481
Indian Riv Lake 8. '. -10 352,465 52,573 487,348 156,371
Manat ee 31 5o01 532
Marion 7.025 72,828 856, 80,709 13,501
Orange 24.329! 563,249 100,275 911,853 67,565
'alm Beach 148 3311 | 479
Pasco 3,591 34,553 7,2891 55,433 27,159
Pin llas 90,795 48.406' 3,570| 142,771 28,928
Polk ..7311.;66 750,40S5 179,052'1,661,126 241,583
Putnam 239 2,556 5,480 8,275
St. Lu ir 261.707' 136,.45: 8,940 407,100
S: rasota . 327 1,931 10,20(
, mirol, ... 55,270 76,325 23,886 155.481| 12,849
Vlus. .. ,784 17,473 28,977 53,2341 8,143
ei -tion 6i1.1 0 2891 8,904! I 9,193'
S'SAT E TOTA AL 2.156.48112,458,,,88 498.679'5,111.0481 654,475



County Shipments By Months

FEBRUARY, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
i I | Color
grapefruitt Oranges Tangs. I Totals Added
Brevar.l 50,3211 77,2431 606 128,170
Ilrow.ird 719 6921 40 1,451
Citrus 371 7 1,727j 20 2,118
Dade 130 1301
DeSotl.. 804 9,971 6521 11,4301
Duva 7,291' 41,100 4,228 52,919| 13,263
Hernandi 1,345 15,864| 6,435 23,644 4,151
Hiihlands 2.139,1 91,1901 1,351 120,980 57,521
Hillslbrou) h 61,423 810,8061 5,2551 147,484 34,327
Indian Rimer 117,830! 31.432! 449,262
Lak .... ij 96,856 264,090| 12,938 373,884 102,513
Manatee ..' 3611 635 996]
Marion 12,306 76.273 106 88,685 6,301
Oran e ... ....... 273,227 566,102' 32,476 871,805 92,532
Osceola .25,8281 411[ 26,239 25,828
Palm Beach 152 2561 408
Pasco .... .. 25.429 22,16 2,596/ 50,8411 15,692
Pinellas 107,627 26,557 3,339[ 137,523 8,869
Polk .. 72,361 864,2401 28,780 1,415,381 855,349
Putnam 376 1.217 119 1.712
St. Lucie . 25.,097| 165.639 1,267 425,003
Sara ota ,250 388 64 8,702
SenminIole ,248 37.4421 3,824 79,514 8,645
Voluia 2,292 16.5621 298 19,152 6,894
*Section 601.50 466 8,666! 9,132
STATE TOTAI 2,121.591 2,247,169! 104,805'4,476,5651 731,885










County Shipments By Months

MARCH, 1962
iIn Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
I I Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangs.i Totals Added
Brvard 97.529 -,.850) I 155,3791 1,940
Hiard 2 .>2 121 3,283
Ci'ru 3!89 1, 4 2' 1,501/
I);i5 2'4 2841
I. 1 ,. 2.7t1 1 .51,1 179 21,389 9,845
I). .-- 1.35 9 :;4.'iS 7.676' 53,233 6,308
H< Id. '.61 ,0 1 12.990 24,135 247
Hi2la nd, 21,4116 ;.173 93,589i 68,961
Hillhl.ough i,801 a87,b52 1.285 141,938 70,266
Indian River 17".172 27,435 | 506,627
Lake -1)i,|.S7' 22S,511 1,3301 383,978 141,981
lanatle, 1 '?4 1.438| 2,686 382
Marion 11138 18,501i 129,689 7,086
Orange 1.97.528 494,641 25.4541 917,623 68,329
Os la 79; 31,2u9' 713! 35,715 34,209
Palm l1; ch 95 115 2101
'nM., 32,17 .1,2(? :1,135' 77,190i 33,504
Pi.ll 132,31 30.1 215-3 165,288 6,630
P, r', -21 ,57, 57,06.) 111,650 1,692,289: 432,324
; r 1.9 -7 57 1.137' 3,1911
I.,v'i. 2 1.30 1 2 ,510 3,004' 412,823
S 11,0 15 1.06( 12,105
S ; !. 1, 1 ~lj,551 4,643 111,051 10,121
\ .,l: i: 1;7 1 11.941' 10,72 26,7311 4,092
t 6 .50 1 i 10,10 : 10,511
STA TI 1 IOT 2.6'7.9 2.227,440 '9, 1503I,8S2.388 896,225



County Shipments By Months

APRIL, 1962
(In Teirns of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
i I Colpr
Gr.pefruit' Oranges Tangs. Totals Added
:i-. ...d 7 .7 7 50,07, 129,394 830
Hrv.- rl 9.5.1 130 9,661'
:itru 32. 4-53 773*
D)'u al 9.37.5 37.53,3 1,076 17,987 6,080
lHrrnnio 1.71 2,S07: 4,523' 2,778
ih'a ,s 17,97'! 3,553 534,526' 36,553
H llsl.,u, u l 1.41 75,380 W 42' 119,6381 46,186
I6idiai Riv. 116,100 11,1831 I 428,0831
1.k- 1 1,o6 I6 0 19;,169 2,339' 300,108 148,587
"'ii i 4 .'l:6 149 4,755!
Marion 2.722 4.,0651 261 6,813! 1,199
( n 293,717 4015,371 14,5101 713,6281 69,611
I' 21,630' 21,947 719' 47,296' 19,940
ell- 97,313 27,981 527' 125,721 8,735
PIolk 761.765 713,8.6T 7,127'1,282,759' 265,961
Putn m 71 55 621
St. I.r io 2lj7,49t, 8a,127 3531 297,4231
Sara.,uta 8,814 110' 8,924!
S -ninl,,, :3,582 42,1611 1,989 82,732 -,306
Volui 5,4 19 13,014| 345 18,854 9,430
*St i'n 1 ,1.511 8 ,88: 1 9[ ,883
STATE KrTOrTAI. 1, "221.'12 1,741, .44' 29,853 3,0693,431 62(1,199










County Shipments By Months
MAY, 1962


Grapefruit Oran.esI


lerc are
lirow v I
Citre-
l)ue. II
Hl irie dC>
Hith ;ini!s

lneti H1 '. r
Lake
Manao c
Marin .
Oranee


Polkl
Put":;
St. eII lti
Saranta ..
Seninoe ..
Voluiia
"S ti n ,I A ,I
ST..AT E TT: i' A'


11,217
105





3.772
i!.506
172.271,
22.190
T7,96H
177.205
"91

1, :, 2
F, 1
5.171
3.502


e7,0' 2
25,
2.6 11
1.3.;176:
S813
41,672
S2.212

152,81.z
71V
1.926



17 1521
0 S,23
11.718

467


1, -1,24 1,t L;2,, 26


S Collr
Tangs.o Totals Added
1I I4,262'
11,242
2,746
I10 6,369 1,201
521) 8.333 1,(13,
36.300 41,67:
I 1 1"9,046 32,83.
361,828'
236 192.621 13s,256
3,843[
S 4,332|
190 567.772 67,63.
7o 30,4980 15,415
1'2,686 1,57
12, 1,236,6411 235,32
558I
15 2:4,332
1,382
31.394 3,,!0i
211,954 11,66
10.874I
1,715 ;3178,012; 559,06


County Shipments By Months
JUNE, 1962
iIn Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


G(;rapefruit Orange:, Tangs.


Hroward
Citrius
l)uval
Hle Trni Indu
Hi hi.hlinrl




'i(rlli' e


I'olk



Vorlusia
1,01k .
Putrna
St. Lu el

*Senction
STATE TO


I Total


,177 20,5171 25,7
1,773 1,7
57 5,141 5,2
1 7.29q 35.111 -2.4
3,e97 19 ,1:13 21.7
.15 17,,iG; 1 49 2
h 2::,116, Si.902 f,3.0
17.5e1 2 ,715 8.3
3,721 1 e8 3,8
844 711 1,5
36,824' 124 49)6 1(1,3
22,055' 17.516 10,4
37,022 23.79)3 o0,8
200,563' 4.47.996' 74,-i,
3.0S'1 3,4
31.945 71.611 161,5
1,36S 20,068' 21,4
S768 8.044 8,8
601. 50 1 1.531 14,5
TAL (177.747' !7 6S31 1 49,4
County Shipments By Months
JULY, 1962
,In Teims of 1-3 5 Bushel Boxes)


Color
s Added
24
73!
011
09 5,650
92 2,250
13 145, (i9
1'l 2:;.0:1
58
011 20,286
79
541 90
21 18,607
71 9,]81
15 11.01 1
591 163,669
08'
56
36 7, 00
12' 7.1199
31'
301 313,(;9


Gr;:pefruit Oi .;ti-(S' Ta


f.rev:rd 8i,529
FIrs card Ser9
Citrus 87
Dade
Duval .. 6,356
Hernando 938
Highlands 135
Hillsborough 4 ,4 0
Indian River 50,231
Lake 4,231
Maricn 1.501'
Orant:e l' 1.369
Palm Beach 50
Pa'co I 1490
P'inellas 1.601
Polk . 33,906
Putnam -
St. Ioucie 33.151'
Vorusin 211'
*Srt ion eil.' i
STATE T TA'41 2!2.16 1


11.c11

170
668'
20.116
6,772
10,311
21.4771
15.;-65

15

37.1
5.1 15
112.779
(1.4
11,529

16.120
,:7.,.112


I Color
ngs. Totals Added
i5.193
839
257
668
26,4741 5,659
7,710
10,446' 10,311
S2,957 21.247
96,096
4,938
1,546 45
47,728 .,78S
65
52,108 2 3,58
1(,046
196,685 49,791
641
74,5031
17,120'
11,120
60,572 115i,129
Section 6l01.510 .f the


* Shipped by various apphj'.mtil< nd(r
Floridi Citr :' Code.


2


i


I
1
3





1







COUNTY SHIPMENTS-SEASON: AUGUST 1, 1961 JULY 31, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County
Co rcvard ...............-- .--.............................................
I zrow ard ... ............ ..........................................................
C itrus .. .... ..........................................................................
D ade .. ... ......... ...............................................................
D eSoto ........... ......................................................................
rrandol ...... .................--- ...................... ................
1icr lando ...... ................................ ................
ig h lat nds ... .....................................................................
:ii ,, ...... ........... .....................................................

e ........... .. .. ...................... ......................................

Manat ..... ...........
PM aul .ion ... .. . ......................................................
O ra n; e - ................. .. ....... ............................
s e a ........ ...... ................................................................
Palm Beach ....... .........................................................
P p -' v o .. ...-- .------------------- ------------------- .- .
P n in,


Sui.Lnis ---------*....................................

i sota ....... .........................................................
] u ln a ml ..... .... .............................................................
Se i nole ................................................. ...
V o lu sia ...- -- -------------------------------- -- ------- .--------
S section 601.50 ... ....................................................
**STATE TOTAL ....................................
Shipped by various applicants under Section 601.50 of t
** Included are 4,283 boxes Grapefruit, 103,735 boxes Oran
Citrus Commission.


Grapefruit
121,956

2,400S

3,513
89,092
26,5.92
158,670
I .15,077

.:, 3 10











IfiP.S 0
1 l


1, 190

0 13, :1
1, ;,3'o




15.950.1 ;62


Oranges
498,018
4,589
17,787
1,748
154,733
328,084
114,557
503,448
673,075
253,770
1,903,099
5,041
313,480
3,589,402
151,893
1,278
270,912
224,28(6
5,846,394
17.126
817,478
4.109
514,379
120,934
93,643
16,423,263


he Florida Citrus Code.
ges and 2 boxes Tanpvrines


Tangerines To l
4,631 924,6o0.
158 31,116
153 210.348
1,748
50,877 208,623
74,634 491,810
81,245 222,394
66,185 728,303
55,773 1,071.,125
384 3,597,315
284,484 2,954.48.1
20, 1411
5,715 37),.18 '
669,642 6, 18.505
3,951 1 ;,7 ,21
1,908
26,419 179,900
24,458 16(2.24
742,859 11,921..51
50,043 70.530
16,648 2.C87,157
64 50.51;
124,563 934,922
127,583 274.,550
2 95.518
2,409,971 34,7S3,396


Color %
Added State
15,097

1,246

80,776
119,307
65,530
390,996
4124,630

1,297,510
1,839
147,646
1,162,782
151,893

201,082
109,702
3,134,979
2.582
556

228,443
57,257


7,593,853


shipped to out of state processors under special permit of the Florida


of
Total
2.658
.099
.059
.005
.600
1.414
.639
2.094
3.089
10.342
8.494
.058
1.065
18.654
.479
.005
1.380
2.766
34.275
.203
7.725
.145
2.688
.789
.275
100%









CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT

Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

AREA I (INTERIOR)
-'" ,'ner I)' .p iion Gft. 'I Orgg. I Tangs. Total Box

i5 bii. "2 :x .. 1 1,9s8 10,7241 12,812
WIFOULiND 1)X ; ] i----
1 3/5 Hu. V. I x. 27 278
I 3,5 Hu 1 : 4,7 1,3 I b,771,663
I '5 H3. "S 751 "- 8,440,274
MKSE HAIAS [ I
SLb,. I 2:, :,x !4 954
1 5 H1. 1 lx 3,s)7 5,471! 9,368
l I). l I/i H x 2,773 103,433 129,206
< ].1. 1, Il i 3 7.43, 165,345 852,783
Sl.I,. 1 ilx '7,0il0 88,986 1 50 1,216,941
BASKETS | I
1 Hu. Ix HIx 2 881 12i 154
/2 Bu. :i 1 I H x i :1[ 31
I-'I.M BA1(;R S
' lh. 1, Hx 60,710 21.35 182,345
S b. I, ,
I /.5 HIu. I Box 9' 9
1 Ill. 5 I8 ,S ] 85' 1 87
2,13l (. 2,4.22,86 : '27.2;7 4,586,996
1'2 fii. D11;6 Bo 100: | 100
I 'lS ME 35 1641 199
(":.*'2 I T B)TAXLI B 1Y I I
( "NT f'N I a A 1 1I0,029,083 l13,.61,571|2,339,5.0 26.2,230,20
'T)TA]L HUL 283,i65j 955,36!9] 8,758 1,287,792
S': T iWII)E TO \ A
S r I or. 10,312,748 14,16,940!2,388,308 27.517,996



CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT

Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
1In Te;.-mr of 1-3 5 Bushel Boxe-)


AREA II (

containerr Description
, 4tIHOl'.vl) HOXES
I :8, I u. I ),x .
I1 lu. 1, '2 ox.
MKSH HAGS
20 Lb. 1 1 iox
S Lb. 1 H10 x .
5 Lb. I tiH x B,
FILM BA;S
5, IL 1 ,1l Hx'

t/5 Hu. I 2 'ox 5.
CONSUMER ._
(tKRAND TOTAI.S BY
CON-TAINIRKS I Ar.11 I, 5,
TOTAI. BULK
S-'TTEWID) E TOTAL.
,Are, 11 I Indian iver) 5,


INDIAN RIVER)

(.f. j Orgs. | Tangs. iTotal Box

604 1,513' 2,117
74,042! 155,9561 14,9751 549,972

313' 108 721
126 2 12S
142 696 1.138

3B,391' 29,2641 67,662

171 ,01;, 927,630: 1,7181 6,105,436
2077 2061 ~ 413

.295,2201 1,415,6721 16.6951 6,727,5a7
:42,191 _10,6511 1 1,968' 537,813

637,414 1616,323 21,663 7,265,400









CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT

Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

STATEWIDE
Container Description Gft. I Orgs. Tangs. Total Box
NAILFI) BOXES 1 1
45 Btu. 1/2 Hox 105 1,983 10,724 12,812
VWREBOULN)iND OXES
1 3 5 Bu. W. Par. I Bx i 27 278
1 3/5 Bu. 1 !Bx .4 575342 4.15,71- 12,520 8,773,780
15 Bu. 1 2 ox ... 1.467,717 5,219,736 2,302,793 8,990,246
MESII HEA; N
3 Lh. 1 21 HBo 954 954
t/5 Bu. 1 '2 lox L,97 5,471' 9,368
21 Lb. I 4 Hox 26,086 103,8411 129,927
> Lb. I I3 Hox 387,564 465.345 2' 852,911
5 Lb. I, ll Hox 32,347 889.682 50 1,218,079
Ib A S K E T rS . . 4 2 1 1. 4
1 Bu. /8 Box . 24 88 42 154
1/2 Bu. 5 16 Box .. 31 31
FILM B \GS
8 Lb. 1/10 Box ....... 160,710 21,6351 182,345
5 Lb. 1 16 Box .. 1.060,881 1,032,785 2,093,666
('O LRUGATED BOXES'
i 3 5 Bu. 1 Box 9 9
BI u. Box.... 1 85 1 87
; Bu. 1/2 Box. 7,312,944' 3.351,493 28,995!10,692,432
1 2 Bu. 3 16 Box 100 100
('ONSUME -- 207 211 164 612
(GRAND TOTALS BY -
CONTAIN:RS 15,324!,3u3 15,277.243 2.356,2.1532,957,791
TOTAL AL, BHI LK 625,S59 1,146,020 53,726 1,825,605
STATEWIDIi TOTAL .\ I6,423
ALL SHIPMENTS 15,950,162 16,423,263:2,409,971 34,783,896





Comparison of Interstate, Intrastate and Export Fresh Fruit Shipments by Counties
Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
INTERSTATE i\TRASTAT--- INTRASTATE
East of Suwannee West of Suwannee
Grapefruit Oranges Tangs. Totals irap; I rlt Oranges Tangs. Tolals Grapefruit Oranges Tangs. Totals

ire, ard ....... 411,086 488,900 1,629 001,615 3,159 8,912 2 1 i-3 75 75
i i ... ...... 26,217 13 26.2 ( 3,482 4,576 158 s,216
Ciir- ... 40U 13,067 25 10', 2 1,795 3,;6r. 12 5,5011 123 1,052 1,175
D ade .................. .............. 31 31 1,717 1,717
DU SB to ...................... ... ,007 151,690 42,552 197,249 506 3,0.1 7,125 11,271
Duval ... ..... 87,825 324,294 74,018 486,137 1,267 3,790 616 5,673
IHarde
Hcrnando ................. 26,446 113,470 81,227 221,14: 144 144 2 10 18 30
Hi!ihlandr ..... .. 132,463 426,242 61,003 619,708 9,843 36,143 5,015 51,001
HillUM1ough 331,418 659,916 54,931 1,046,265 6,691 11,634 832 19,157 14 136 10 160
!!i, ian Rivier .... ....... ,147,711 237,506 330 8;,3h ,5, 7 136,077 16,264 51 152.395
IL1 748,039 1,860,768 274,862 2,xs53,669 14,780 39.207 9.509 63,576 605 1,903 113 2,621

laiN at. 13,985 4,405 18,390 1,115 636 1,751
Marln!n 50,530 311,160 5,658 367,348 721 2,079 19 2,849 43 241 8 292
M a t .... ..........
Or(an1 2,149,760 3,401,652 662,472 6,213,884 10,317 24,347 6.942 41.606 10 24 13 47
OI,.,ia 10,673 148,281 3,923 162,877 183 1,742 8 1,933
I'hi I awh 50 15 65 580 1,263 1.84;
I'Pa;., 177,507 265,204 25,678 46,889 1,788 3,278 711 5,807 6 6
Pli: ll.: 646,458 206,255 21,653 S74.366 9,805 16,531 2,.05 29,141
,, 5,053,509 5,636,812 716,107 11,0i6,508 81,918 107,199 26.732 218,849 49 49
Putnuan .......... ... 3,214 16,504 49,378 69,096 116 521 662 1,299 31 101 3 185
St. Luci .. ........................... 1,599,505 651,378 11,664 2.262.547 211,027 164,534 4,984 380,545
Sar ota .. .................. 45,223 3,714 64 49,001 1,165 395 1,560
Se in l .. ........... 295,620 511,857 124,528 932,005 260 2,022 35 2,317
Volsi;. ............ 24,566 111,598 126,376 262,540 N 1,476 9,336 1,207 12,019
:Section 601.50 ............... 1,873 93,643 2 95,518
ST'AT TO'T 14,987,255 15,638,375 2,341,080 32,966,710 501,215 462,917 68,304 1,032,436 903 3,521 165 4,589
Shipped by various applicants under Section 601.50 of the Florida Citrus Code.





Comparison of Interstate, Intrastate and Export Fresh Fruit Shipments by Counties
Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
COMMERCIAL EXPORT GOVERNMENT
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Grapefruit Oranges


Alachua
Brevard .. 7,636 206
Broward .... ...........
Citrus ............... ..
D ade .............................
D Sot, ...........
D uval ..............
H ardee ................ ....
H-rnando .........
Highlandb .................. 16,364 38,114 167
IIillsborough .............. 7,454 1,389
Indian River ............. 59,373
4 L ake .................... .. 07 1,111
L (f. ........................
M anai e,- ....-.- .............
Mar on
M arion .........................
Martin ..
Orange ........... 61,448 -35,430
O eola ............. 20 1,870 20
Pal Beach .............
Paco ........... 3,274 2,426
Pin llas ........................ 57,146 1.500
Polk .. ...... 168,217 64,178 20
Putnian
St. L u i ..................... 42,499 1.566
Sarasota
Seminole ..... 500
Volusia
STATE TOTAL 428,838 168,619 207


7,926



81
25,874


107,949



:8,156


NT EXPORT
Tangerines Totals


215 116,090


81
61,030


592,664 36,951 149,831 215 186.997





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS

By Types of Fruit by Destinations
August 1, 1961 to July 31, 1962, Inclusive
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

AREA 1 (INTERIOR)


g Grapecruit Seeded -- --
Grapefruit Pink Seeded
Grapefruit Seedless
Grapefruit Pink Seedless ----
Total Grapefruit
Orange Tangelos
Orange Murcott
Orange Early
Orange Midseason
Orange Late
Orange Temple
Total Oranges
Tangerines
Grand Totals


Interstate
1,130,821
39,926
5,032,272
3,607.248
9,810,267
515,159
121,784
3,190,285
2,608,073
6.283,350
1,506,146
14,224,797
2,324,457
26.359,521


INTRASTATE
Regular Suwannee
62,625 182
1,616 20
51,450 329
34,681 297
150,372 828
3,180 322
675
98,991 1,470
38,544 734
111,664 757
18,890 238
271,944 3,521
63,264 165
485,580 4,514


EXPORT
Commercial Government
3,613


231,184
79,533
314,330
951

11,895
7,160
146,070
771
166,847
207
481,384


27,859
9,092
36,951

15,712
28,817
105,302

149,831
215
186,997


Totals
1,197,241
41,562
5,343,094
3,730,851
10,312,748
519,612
122,459
3,318,353
2,683,328
6,647,143
1,526,045
14,816,940
2,388,308
27.517,996





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS

By Types of Fruit by Destinations
August 1, 1961 to July 31. 1962, Inclusive
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

AREA 2 (INDIAN RIVER)


8 Grapefruit Seeded
Grapefruit Pink Seeded
Grapefruit Seedless
Grapefruit Pink Seedless
Total Grapefruit
Orange Tangelos
Orange Murcott
Orange Early
Orange Midseason
Orange Late
Orange Temple
Total Oranges
Tangerines
Grand Totals


Interstate
64,389
3,012
2,356,372
2,753,215
5,176,988
36,381
4,036
65,087
428,330
568.706
311,038
1,413,578
16,623
6,607,189


INTRASTATE
Regular Suwannee
1,553

275,015
74,275 75
350,843 75
1,298
256
4,345
57,075
83,535
44,464
190,973
5,040
546,856 75


EXPORT
Commercial Government


104,952
4,556
109,508


206
6
1,560

1,772

111,280


Totals
65,942
3,012
2,736,339
2,832,121
5.637,414
37,679
4,292
69,638
485,411
653,801
355.502
1.606,323
21.663
7.265,400


~~





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS

By Types of Fruit by Destinations
August 1, 1961 to July 31, 1962, Inclusive
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

STATEWIDE


INTRASTATE


Grapefruit Seeded
Grapefruit Pink Seeded
Grapefruit Seedless
Grapefruit Pink Seedless
Total Grapefruit
Orange Tangelos
Orange Murcott
Orange Early
Orange Midseason
Orange Late
Orange Temple
Total Oranges
Tangerines
GC;;nd Totals


Interstate
1,195,210
42,938
7,388,644
6,360,463
14,987,255
551,540
125,820
3,255,372
3.036,403
6,852,056
1,817.184
15,638,375
2,341,080
32.,C 3,710


Regular
61,173
1,616
326,465
108,956
501,215
4,478
931
103,336
95,619
195,199
63,354
462,917
68 304
1,032,436


Suwannee
182
20
329
372
903
322

1,470
734
757
238
3,521
165
4.589


EXPORT
Commercial Government
3,613


336,136
84,089
423,838
951

12,101
7,166
147,630
771
168,619
207
592.664


27,859
9,092
36,951


15,712
28,817
105,302

149,831
215
186,997


Totals
1,263,183
44,574
8,079,433
6,562,972
15,950,162
557,291
126,751
3,387,991
3.168,739
7,300,944
1,881,547
16,423,263
2,409.971
34.783.396





CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS

Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

Codes: (G-1)-Seeded Gft.: (G-2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G-3)-Seudleshs (ft.: ((-4)-Pink Seedless Gft.; (O-0)-Tangelos;
(O-2)-Murcott; (O-5)-Early Org.; (O-6)-Midseason OrK.; (O-7)-Late Orgs.; (O-8)-Temple Org.; (T-9)-Tang.


C >


]AREA 1) BY VARIETY .......... G 1
G 2
... G 3
.... G 4
... 0
.... O 2
O.... 5 6
....O 6
0. 7
.... 8
... T 9
IAREA 1) TOTAL.S ................-


*UNITED STATES GRADES

AREA 1 (INTERIOR)







8 6M


1,123.200 35,5531 4,4951
27,934 11,458 7281
4.618,760 473,243 161.916
3,401,083 217,372 36,2831
512,235 1,0991 1,279
72,754 7,032 1,063
3,123,040 107,1941 1,949
2,592,370 48,721 127'
6,310,547 119,710 1.5281
1,461,444 13,864 2,678
2,304,265 6 ,86
125.647.632 1.035,246 212,082


C5 I

Zx I
i
dl o i
za % -


481 31,122 8561 1,534 1,197,241
312 609 521 41,662
2:1,283 61,061 8,629 1,202 5,343,094
5,714 66,909 3,356 134 3,730,8511 10.312,748
149 4,814 16 20 519,612
2.4311 29,645 1,568 7,946 122.459
2,601 67,806 591 15,132 40 3.318,353'
177 28,9591 12,974 2.683,328
1,612 133,287 6,803' 73.356 400 6,647,143
675 47,219 165 1,526,045 14.816,940
119 83,504 306 76 2 2,88,308| 2.388,308
37,454! 554.935( 17,831 8,0421104,:321 4421 27.517,99611 27.517.996


27517996
1127,517,996


T
0E
o5 0


00 -I .
^8:. F
5b: ^*Si


'C
bl
o'L:


. I






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS

Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
,(odes: 0-2)- --Murrott: O-5.)--arhy Org.: (O-61-Midseason Org.; (O-71-Late Orng.: (O-8)-Temple Org.; (T-9)-Tang.

*UNITED STATES GRADES
AREA 2 (INDIAN RIVER)


l.ARIA 21 BY VARIED








TARF.N2) TOTALS


G.. 2
1 t I g .1


8 1,450.

........... 0 2
6..I 2 3
............: 0 6
0 6
.......... 0 7
..... 8
............ T 9 I


12,489
13,283
31,938
6,213
3,907
22,922
4,604
6,222
16,5181


........ I 5.,0611 117,0461


d-I -i i 0 i I : i -!1



34,488 4,783 130 8,535 5,572 65942I
86 146 2,421 80 8,012
1,671,366 153,492 40,873 463,415 392,510 2,786,889
1,999,846! 154,466' 1,178 419,570 1,512 2,882,121 5.637,414
29,557 67 1,499 1,177 166 87,679
2,148 1,4701 31 478 53 65 4292
51.830 I 9,661 4,105 135 69.688
45,956 12 62,526 50,874 3,008 485,411
488,6856 2,559! 62,3731 86,497! 9,083 668.801
1 243,9221 1,599: 31,6221 66,97
243922 199 31,622 66,704 5433 85.502 1,606 328
i_ 6 4.984' 1611 21.663 21,668___
14,868_,158 318,6571 _249,9451 1,108,7W55R_57,7131_ 5 j 711 W5,40011L 65,4| 7.2.00 ,4


J





CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS

Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
(Codes: (G-l)-Seeded Gft.: (G-2)--Pink Seeded Gft.; (G-3)-Secdle. Gft.; (G-4)-Pink Scedleis Gft.: (O-0)-Tangeloa;
I)-2)-Murcott; (O-5)-Early Org.: (O-6)-Midseason Org.; (O-7)-Late Orgs.: (O-S)-Temple Org.: (T-9)-Tanm.

*UNITED STATES GRADES
STATEWIDE


'I


STATEWIDE RY V.RIET'Y ... I G
G 3
0O 0
.. 20



TliT 9
STATEWIDE TOTALS ........... G
STATEWIDE TOTAL1S. ..... _____ _


Ir



1,135,689| 70,036
27,934 11.8231
1,460 4,631,993 2,144,609
3,611 3,433,021 2,217,218
517.448 30,6561
72,754 9,180'
3,126,9471 159,024
2,615,2921 394,6771
6.315,1511 608,395
1,467,666' 257,786
2,320,7831
5,061125,664,678 5,903,4041


9,228"
874
315,408
190,749'
1,3460
2,5331
1,949
252
1,087
4.2771
361
530,739)


6111 89,657 6,428 1,534
312 3.030 601
64,156 524,476 396,139 1,2021
46,892 486,479| 164,68 134'
1,648i 5,991 182' 20
2,514' 30,118| 1.641 8,011
12,262 71,911 726 15,132
62,703 79,833 3,008 12,9741
63,8851 219,784 15.886 73,356
32,2971 113,923 5,598
119 88,488 467 76i
2S7,399: 1663.6901615,5441 8,1071104,3321


0I I

4 .1 0 '0.
4. 00 4 .

1,263,183 :
44,57,11i
8,079,4331
6,562,97211 15,950.162
557,291
126,751
403,387,991
3,168,7391"
00 7,300,944'!
1,881,547; 16,423,263
21i 2,409,971 2,409,9711[
4421 34,783,396; 34,783,396| 34,783,396







CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962


(In Terins oi 1-3/5 Bu:;hi Buxesi


('(CO)I':S: M\1N!) 1OF I' IT: ((; G(rapefruit; i ), Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIET : GFT. (1) Seeded: (2) Pink Seeded: (3) Se-d'er-:
(4) Pink Seedless. ORG; (0) Tangelos; (2) Murcott; (5) Earl); (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (;) Temple. TANGS; (9) All.


Gft.: Larger 43-46 54-56
SOrg: Larger 112 125-126
" Temples: Larger' 61-66 80
" Tang: L.arcr 11100 120


64-66 70-72 80 | 96 1
150-163 175-176 1 200 I 216
90 100 120-125 156
150 17f, 200 210


00-112
252
163
246


123-126
288-294
196
294


150
150 ; Totals
I 324-360 I By Kind
| Smaller of Fruit
336 Ily Variety


Totals Totals
By Kind All Kinds
of Fruit If Fruit


AREA 1 KIND OF FRUIT BY VARIETY


1,19 (7,2 -1
'41,562
5,343,0941
3.730.,51110,312,748*1
519,6121
122,4591
3,3 1,353'
2,683,328
6,647,143'
1,526.045 14,816,9 10*
2.388.30' 2,388.308*, 27.517,996*


156,667
5,081
5S1,B7S
21,57S
18,998;
27,6301
30o
450
5
155,1611
29,8381


i3,,19s


6 121
3,.'92
11,19
1,1 03

6,27:

1,53h


277,7931
9,159
227.349
89,641
55,1711
40.670
134,015
117,643!
43S,9661
540.703
284,9291


333,574,
12,2.92
602,8641
3n 1,97!
118
23,835
436,2791
561,318
2,156,493
762,
606.280(


"J7,362
1 i:i6 i
777,2 9)
472.5?60
110.364.
11,173,
1,821
3571
183
,- 2,,13
SU7,783;


16,12-

1.238,375i
858.4231
193,539

1,140,S300
1,110.224|
2,842,788'
251,738
81


2,105;
77
2.12,277,
1.855.1961
1,078|
3,418
199
14
981
30G6
529,708


119,879
94.0980
136,214
763
1,537,012
873,670
1,187,831
7,3611
127,035


::1) b .

51
31
1,194
2121

12
1.177


14 .7,3
1.16)1
177


2.51 5
1 I.43t

12:






CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962


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


('Oi)lES: KIND OF i;RUIT: (() G(rapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tange. l -. VARIET1 : (GFT. (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded: (3) Seedless;
(1) Pink Seedless. ORG; (0) Tangelos: (2) Murcott; (5) Early; (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANGS; (9) All.


4.5-16 1 54-56
112 125-126
64-66 80
100 | 120


64-6 I
150-163
90 _
150 I


70-72
175-176
100
176


80
200
120-125
200


96 100-112 125-126
216 I 252 1 288-291
156 1 163 I 196
210 246 I 294


S150 Totals
I 324-360 By Kind
Smaller of Fruit
1 336 By Varietyi


Totals Totals
HB Kind All Kinds
of Fruit of Fruit


AREA 2 KIND OF FRUIT BY VARIETY


41 6 294
1191
597,8011 762,573 51,294
656,74S 839,2071 44,161
8,8971 5,000
1112 280 108
23,154: 154 35,061
181.4561 453 171,117
252,7641 58 165,183
67,006 71 1,055
100' 4,963 1,181


1:h2,,2'


S 65,942
3.012 ,
2,736,3:: ,
2,832.1211 5.637,4 11*
37,671'
4.2192

485,.111
6 653,X0I1
355,5021 1,606.323*
121.1663 21.663*- 7.265,404*


Git.: l.arg r
Org: Larer
Te-'nples: LIargcr
T;rng: ILargcr


G i 1
G 3
( 2
(4 3
G 4
0 0
O :1
O 2
O 5
0 7I
0

T 9
(1
'1` 1)


1,867;
85
14,000'
8,4170
1,1065
4471
582'
1.736
3,129l
2.628


11,579
326[
79,356
53,108
5,407
520

41

40,763
1971


14,69|1
602;
223,0011
181,324
8,116
1,243
2,093
32,976
56,42S
110,036
2,814


17.1811
9021
410,690
410,468|

1,2391
7,311!
93,544
175,560
101
5,699


17.023
888!
578,342
638,274
9,153
349
26S
144
75'
133,8421
6,709 :






CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS Season: August 1, 1961 July 31, 1962


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


CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tange ;ne.. VARIETY: GFT. (1) Seeded: (2) Pink Seeded: (3) Seedless:
(4) Pink Seedless. ORG; (0) Tangelos; (2) Morcott: (5) Ea- !: ; : Midweason; (7) Late: (B) Temple. TANGS: (9) All.


Gft.: Larger I
e (l Org: Larger I
.r i E Temples: Larger'
C4 M"i i Tanag: Larger
I=


45-46
112
64-66
100


54-56
125-126
80
120


64-66
150-163
90
150 I


70-72
175-176
100
176


80 96 100-112 I 125-126 1 150 Tot
200 216 252 288-294 324-360 By Kind
120-125 156 163 | 196 Smaller of Fruit
200 210 246 I 294 336 By Variety


Totals Totals
By Kind All Kinds
of Fruit of Fruit


STATEWIDE KIND OF FRUIT BY VARIETY


1 18.3651 168,246!

4 9,s02 78,466'
0 4,99s 2 24,405
2 15,3861 28,150
5 48,6851 380
6 21,7851 4911
7 9,402 56
8 9,817; 195,924
9 1,6381 30.0351


292.662'
9,851/
450,350
270,965
63,287'
41,913
136,108
150,619'
495,3941
650,739'
287,7431


350,755 414.,35: 16,546 2,110
13,194 14,929 441, 77
1,013,5564 1,355,631 1,H36,176 2,944,8501
712,455 1,110,b34 1,515,171 2.694,408
118 119,517 202,436 1,078
25.074' 11.522 102 3,698
448,590! 2,089i 1,164,784' 353
654,862 801 1,291,680' 467
2,832,0563 558 3,0965,52, 156
863: 696,655 318,744' 377'
611.979' 814,4921 108' 534,671


86'
171.173
188,259
141,214
871
1,572,073
1,044,787
1,358,014
8,416
128,216


27 11 1,263,.1832
44.574
1!1,615 11,763! 8,079,433
1:,969 1,368 6,562,972115,950,162*
c! 177' 557,291
35 I 126,751
.,194 15.735f 3,387,991
212 3,035; 3,168,789
3,767' 11,043 7,300,944
12 1.881,547116,428,263*
1,177 12! 2.409.971 2.409.971* 34.783.896*


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


--------- -----i--~ ~





CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation, By Destinations
Season: August 1, 1961- July 31, 1962
AREA I (INTERIOR)
Percent
Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total of Total
Rail Interstate 1,925,983 3,732.217 119,589 726,950 6,504,739
Rail Intrastate
Rail Suwannee ----
Rail Commercial Export .--- 19,745 9,411 29,156
Rail Government Export 12,868 24,680 37,548
Rail Totals .. ------- 1,958,596 3,766,308 119,589 726,950 6,571,443 23.89
a Truck Interstate 7,884,264 9.977,396 395,570 1,597,507 19,854,737
STruck Intrastate 150,372 268,764 3,180 63,264 485,580
Truck Suwannee 828 3,199 322 165 4,514
Truck Commercial Export -- 113,383 23,326 401 137,110
Truck Government Export --- 24.083 125,151 215 149.449
Truck Totals _--8,172,930 10,397,836 399,473 1,661,151 20,631,390 74.85
Boat Interstate 20 25 45


Boat Intrastate
Boat Suwannee
Boat Commercial Export
Boat Government Export
Boat Totals _
Grand Totals


181,202


133.159


207 315,118


181,222 133,184 550 207 315,163 1.26
10,312,748 14,297,328 519,612 2,388,308 27,517.996 100.00


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






CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation, By Dt-t lafious
Season: August 1. 19(i July 31. 1!!;?
AREA II (INDIAN RIVER)


1i:: i In le-. tat,
Rail Int-ratatc
iR;i! SuwanIncII
R?;al Cominercial Export
Hail Government Export
Rail Total-
- Truck Intcrstalic
Trick Intrastatec
Truck Siwannee
TrI( k Co'mmercial Export
Tr' uck Covillrnmient Export
Truck Totalh
Boat Intt .l tatt,
RTioI Ilrl astat,
Boat Siiwann e
Boat Commeircial Export
Boat Government Export
B4,at Tota I s
Grand Totals _


Grapefruit
ST7 440
121


2,699.170
2.479,539
350,722
75
15,746

2,846,082


92,162


Oralr"es Taigelo&,
9 72,/105 11C.I!i!0


972,905
189,275
189.675


I1A;,000
21.28!


206


594 173


:~i *i-:*)


Tangerines
9.249


9,249
7.374
5.040



12.414


1,566


92,162 1.566
5,637,414 1,568,644


37 ,679


1Z,t


Total
3.695,603
121

1.600

3,697,324
2,911,586
546,735
75
15,952


Percent
of Total


50.89


3.474.348 47.82


93.728

93,728 1.29
663 7,265,400 100.00


^--~I~--------~--;


---~--~--'------




CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation, By Destiuations
Season: August 1. 1961 -July 31, 19f
STATEWIDE


Rail Interstate ---
Rail Intrastate
Rail Suwannee
Rail Commercial Export -----
Rail Government Export ---
Pail Totals
c Truck Interstate
Truck Intri state
Truck Suwuacii
Trwil Coianmmcvial Export
Tri'h! Gou.cirnmentl Export
Tr),, k T;)I:ii-
Buat Intert lt
Boet Inrla 1 ic
Bctat Su.v ai
B'at Comnniui'cii a Export
B13ot Gov'er"n'tlli' Export
Boat Tota ls
G(iirad Tot:mi.


S273.384
15.150. 162


Grapefruit
4,623,432
121

21,345
12,868
4,657,766
10,363,803
501.094
9031
129,129
24.083
11.019,012
20


273.364


Oranges
4.705,122


9,411
24,680
4,739,213
10,381.688
4158439
3,199
23.532
125,151
10.992,009
25


Tangelos
335,589




135,589
415,931
4,478

.0(1

1 '2


13:4.725


Total
10,200,342
121


Tangerines
736,199




736,199
1,604.881
68,304
165

215
1,673,565


108,846(


134.750 .0
13,8;5,972 .__ 7 1


207 408.891
2.409i.9q1 3!:4 783.39(6


Percent
of Total


29.52





69.30


1.18
100.00


--


30,756
37,548
10.268,767
22,766,323
1,032,315
4.589
153.062
149.419
24.105,738
S45









ROAD GUARDS

The Florida Department of Agriculture maintains
'lcven lnsptcticn Stations on leading highways out
of Florida to check truck passing of fruits and
vegetables. The:,c Stations are now a Section under
the Division of Inspection, with headquarters in
Tnllahassee. All Stations are manned twenty-four
hours. daily, with regular inspectors under super-
vision of patrolmen and Chief of Road Guards, with
headquarters in Trenton, Florida. All trucks carry-
ing citrus fruit are stopped for proper clearance
papers and citrus passing are reported to this office
daily.


Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations

By Months 1961-62


Station No. I Wilcox Highway: U.S. 19

lDale Grapefruitj Oranges !Tangerines| Total
Au:. It 4iz; 01 0 426
Si t, ,t.im er 1 3,996 2,429 0 37,425
(), tl o r 327,4361 100,034 18 427,488
Ntuvrmber 271,2S7 294.957 62,846 629,090
Itrctmh,,r 21S.127 417,656 199,445 835,228
Jan ary 467,660j 141,897 S5,699 993,256
i, bIruary 546,875 4167,974 15,833 1,030,182
Mar-, !263561 510,92S 5,C57 1,142,341
\A ril 1 iS,312 382.42t 3,532 824,270
Ma: 2740,53 334,906 339 605,923
.01ul:. 105320 151.917 0 257,237
.luIy 32,059!1 0,0061 0O 82,065
TOTALS 33391,.1t2 3.155,2201 370,2691 6,864,931



Station No. 2 Branford Highway: U.S. 27


Date

St nu ler
N ..T l r
DI 0( TIlb.'r
Ja1 ,n itr
VI bruary
nar.ch
Aprd
May
June
July
TOTALS


Grapefruit! Oranges |Tangerines[ Total
0 0| 0
1,15 38| 0 1,183
14.42] 5,306I 0 19,734
12.75E 11,49 ; 1,198 25,446
7,645 14,462 6,405 28,512
I 16.32! 13,012 2,691 32,031
18,60ai 18,193 659 37,460
21,6.0 24,481 228 46,339
12,891 14,805 62 27,766
7,304 10,214 0 17,518
5,437 10,416 0 15,853
2.0041 1,707 0 3,711
120.1031 124,1271 11,2431 255,553


Station No. 3 Ellaville Highway: U. S. 90

a IGrapefruit Oranges ITangerines Total
Auu st 0 0 0 0
( 't rlber 1,19,5 o 1,195
Oc cr 22,812 7,550 0 30,362
N.,v nlmer 18,9591 22,2691 4,243 45,471
I, ,ml) r 15,846 ;;2,055 11,218 59,119
,Ja r ry r 30,81 h 27,27 6, 34 64,224
F',lruary 33,3291 "3,991 1,753 69,073
March 43,433 36,905 568 82,906
Arii 31.242: 29,650 30 60,922
M:.N 15,27S 31,045 0 46,323
Junt 5,361 13,653 0 19,014
3july 2.33S! 3,971 0 6,309
TOTALS 222.56i 238,376] 23,9461 484,918









Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations

By Months 1961-62


Station No. 4 Suwannee Springs Highway: U.S 129

Date i GrapetruitI Oranges ITangerinest Total
Au.,us u 0 0 0
September 0 0 0 0
October 4,592 858 0 5,450
November 5,117 6,056 1,214 12.387
December 3,338 7,039 2,688 13,065
January 4,1311 4,988 1,463 10,582
February 3,012 3,238 108 6,358
March 4,388 3,141 25 7,554
April 4621 803 0 1,265
May 438i 1,060 0 1,498
June 2,125 710 0 2,835
July 0 0; 0 0
TOTALS 27,6031 27,893! 5,498[ 60,994


Station No. 5 White Springs Highway: U.S. 41

Date iGrapefruit[ Oranges ]Tangerines| Total
Aupuat 140j 2,445 0 2,585
Septenmbr 5,404 975 0 6,379
October 102,530 41,587 0 144,117
November 109,UG4 147,184 25,692 281,940
December 80,099 213,712 80,346 374,157
January 133,955 169,027 32,026 835,008
February 136,372 127,337 4,573 268,282
M,,rch 152,255 135,436 1,771 289,462
April 109,78il 97,699 1,628 209,115
May 71,066 68,004 100 139,170
June 26,640 36,278 0 62,918
July 5,174, 10,083 0 1,257
TOTALS 932,4S7; 1,049,7671 146,1361 2,128,390


Station No. 6 Hilliard Highway: U.S. 1

Date IGrapefruit| Oranges ITangerines| Total
August I 232 1,060 0 1,292
September 13,857 2,256 0 16,113
October 154,032 77,152 69 281,258
November 142,517 189,459 47,898 879,874
December 108,131 260,469 122,131 490,731
January 150,307 226,432 35,781 412,520
February 141,002 188,644 5,919 835,565
March 166,028 165,836 2,733 334,597
April 129,099 130,170 1,370 260,639
May 82,015 106,190 6 188,211
June 27,426 37,639 0 65,065
July 6,758 12,331 0 19.089
TOTALS 1.121,4041 1,397,6381 215,9071 2,784,949


Station No. 7 Yulee Highway: U.S. 17

Date Grapefruitl Oranges [Tangerinesl Total
August 351 179 0 214
September 47,771 2,810 0 50,581
October 461,989 174,487 899 6S6,875
November 380,633 365,061 131,290 876,984
December 327,332 440,332 278,915 1,046,579
January 429,801 523,694 91,795 1,045,290
February 369,021 436,125 16,235 821,881
March 449,214 894,056 9,369 852,639
April 347,871 303,055 7,184 658,110
May 248,417 257,384 433 506,284
June 88,184 112,254 0 200,438
July 19,604 29,325 0 48,929
TOTALS 3.169,8721 3,038,7621 535,6201 6,744,254










Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations


By Months 1961-62




Station No. 8 Lake City Highway: U.S. 441
Date G(rapefruit Oranges Tangerines| Total
,1[u ) 0 0! 01
,.p4t nhi, r 3,0143' 4501 01 3,493
October 5,192i 24,060 0 82,252
Noq, mbr ,1033 58,803 11,563 124,399
DI )i"r(b- r 179.191 06,4261 .18,092 186,437
T ni niry 7 ') 86,4098 15,242 172,648
'eiruar. o60,77 59,9!42 1,257 121,576
II. r.]l 75,250 59.86' 6561 135,774
AI iil ,4,385 12,921 100! 87,406
i:v 3 1,19 32,848 0 66.262
lun 12.574 22,48.51 0 15,059
.ul. 1I.52 9,1195 0 14.297
TO(TA LS- 61.952 487.,7411I 7i.910| 1,1029,603



Station No. 9 f,:ravil --- !1;h.-.' T'la, 51


Pe.,fpafr'l. -Oani,^, i i'^n;..e*'.3_e Toal -
U i 1
0 0 0 0
u 0 o
S8
20 128 10 15
251 5 50
12 1 1 28
0 9
O, O 0' 0
S0 0

1 1iW 0 (I
i7 4 1,21 16 262


Station No. 10 -- Glen St. Mary Highway: Fla. 125


'(rapefrrit Oranges Tangerines,
11! 01 0:
1,028 5' 0!
2,276, 1,156| 0
3,062! 1,717: 212!
1,7'SI 1,121! 1521
:75 1,1851 40
2 0)1 1,729 136
sIl 7171 0
1,017 639 3
1,274 105 0
529! 2381 0
0 0| 0
14,2111 S,6121 843!


Total
0
1,033
3,432
4,991
3,341
1,600
3,866
1.59S
1,659
1,379
767
0
23,666


Station No. 11 Macclenny Highway: U.S. 90


9erapefruilt
0'





1249.703
101,: (5

11.;53
90I.t;7,


Oranges |Tangerinesl
a 0!
1,263' I.
60,159I 0[
152,130 .j5,642
212,905, 111 ,800
201. .U79' ,.0.939,
169,6H1;1 1,973'
158,77u 2,067
116.1i 213 728
11 ,6)2 116
59,80: SIM
17,750 ( Ii
1 ,2w8,7 '0 1 ".2.5,1


Total
0
9,825
180,005
:"04,741
4.6,575
:158,112
31)3,672

225, 154
2101,073
104,982
20.353
2,473.411


i\irrust


1) v m b -er

I) eill r


M',y


T()TAI S


Date


N(,v(Ini)mT
Sr:teli r'
N0>, aplor

Janvlary
F hrunc

A1ril
May
June
TJulO
TOTAI.S


)al ai
'7\11 sI ,I

'Not nll. Ir

.T: n'11 1111

I. i ii

Mi
4F,'7:









Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations

By Months 1961-62


Total: All Stations

I)ate Grapefruit Oranges Tangerinesl Total
9,4 t i54, 3,6h4 0: .1,617
Septmnlbir 116,999 10,22S 0 127,227
(ctobr 1,26,1133 492,3 19 486' 1,760,968
N '-mli,.r 1,111.100 1,249,133 321.79 2,6S5,231
l cenil, r 013.195 1,720,305 860,502 3,483,902
.IHIuarr 1,4310,9S2 1,695,124 299,8151 3,425,321
hru.r: 1.439.6;-71 1,506,849 50,947' 2,997,443
Marhlz 1,;91,200 1,490,143 22,4941 3,203,837
\,rii 1.223,175 1,118.794 14,637 2,356,606
May 21,1ubS 950,419 994, 1,772,600
.n,. 318,775 145,393 0 764,16E
.Ily 94.412 134,56 0' 219,0111
lTOT A LS 1 1.'2 1- 1,.17,06' 1,571,67:[ 22,800,930








Report of the Citrus Technical Section
Season 1961-62

1. General. The Citrus Technical Section is con-
cernea with all technical duties in connection
with the administration of the Citrus Code. These
duties include, but are not limited to, routine
analyses and testing of fruit treatment materials,
preparation of standard testing solutions, supply
of inspection equipment and materials to the field
force, the arsenical spray enforcement program,
certain field work as outlined below, and, under
the Division's policy of cooperation with the in-
dustry, a limited program for monitoring of pes-
ticide residues and food additives on citrus and
in citrus products. In addition, all technical ad-
visory and consulting work of the Division is
handled through this section, including such mat-
ters as technical papers, meetings with the in-
dustry, lectures and demonstrations to students
at the University of Florida and elsewhere.
2. Arsenical Sprays. In connection with the arsenical
spray provisions of the Code, field inspectors who
find traces of arsenic on leaves from orange and
tangerine trees during the summer months, sub-
mit samples of both leaves and fruit to the lab-
oratory for analysis. When arsenic is found in
violation of the Code, the affected fruit cannot be
used for human consumption. (Most of the viola-
tions are caused by carelessness due to improper
cleaning of spray tanks after spraying other
fruits, the use of high-pressure sprayers too near
orange and tangerine trees, and spraying or dust-
ing when the wind is blowing.) Several thousand
boxes of oranges and tangerines were found to
contain arsenic in violation of law and withheld
from utilization, mostly through voluntary elimina-
tion upon notice to the owner.
3. Processing. Additional duties of the Technical
section include both laboratory and technical
field work under Citrus Commission regulations
in connection with the setting up and carrying
out of the maturity testing, condition, and load
evaluation programs at all citrus processing
plants; and furnishing liaison personnel in the
coordination of fresh fruit inspection at all can-
ning and concentrating plants with the finished
product inspection. This work may be summarized
as follows:
(a) Condition Inspection. Condition inspection
of all citrus fruit received at processing plants
is maintained to prevent the processing of de-
composed, unsound, or stale fruit. Daily reports
are filed covering all fruit received and processed
at each plant.
(b) Maturity & Internal Quality Inspection.
Under the Florida Citrus Code of 1949 as amend-
ed, all citrus fruit canned or concentrated is sub-
ject to the maturity requirements throughout the
entire season. Representative samples were
drawn, generally mechanically, from each load
received, accurately analyzed, and certificates
issued thereon. Information thus obtained not only
insured compliance with the Code, but was used








extensiely by the industry in maintaining uni-
form quality by proper blending, and also as im-
partial data on all lots received.
When gallons or pounds of juice per box was
requested by the processor on an optional basis
for the determination of pounds solids, commer-
cial juice extractors, modified to suit inspection
needs, were employed in the testing procedure.
Forty-three plants used this extra service dur-
ing the season, with approximately 99'; of all
oranges being inspected on this basis.
As a further service, comprehensive records of
average percent acid, solids, and juice content,
by weeks, are compiled by this section for the
information and use of the industry. A summary
of this information is included with the cannery
data.
It is necessary during each season to work con-
tinuously towards improvements in testing pro-
cedures and equipment. Extraction and finishing
equipment is being standardized. Small scales
are being replaced by printing-type platform
scales. An electronic "Brixometer" is now being
perfected for greater efficiency in determining
amount of solids in the sample. Even more com-
plex systems are under study. With assistance
from industry, the citrus machinery companies,
and the various research organizations, the en-
tire testing operation is continuously being
modernized.
Ic) Grade Inspection of Finished Pack. Close
liaison was maintained with the Agricultural
Marketing Service, United States Department of
Agriculture, who by contract with the Florida
Department of Agiiculture performed the grade
inspection and certification of the finished pack
and other controls necessary under the Code.
Irregularities reported by the United States De-
partment of Agriculture inspectors were promptly
followed up by this section, and necessary cor-
rective measures taken to insure compliance with
the Code.
4. Fruit Treatment Materials. Under the provisions
of the Citrus Code relating to the use of color-add
materials, and other fruit treatment materials
such as soaps, waxes, etc.. the following individ-
uals or firms were issued licenses for the 1961-62
season to manufacture, sell and/or distribute
the types of materials listed below:

ARTIFICIAL COLOR
American Machinery Corporation Orlando, Fla.
Brogdex Company Orlando, Fla.
Citrus Machinery Company Orlando, Fla.
FMC Corporation Lakeland, Fla.

WAX
American Machinery Corporation Orlando, Fla.
Atlantic Chemical Company Orlando, Fla.
Brogdex Company Orlando, Fla.
FMC Corporation Lakeland, Fla.
S. C. Johnson & Sons Racine, Wise.
Gericke Industries Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.








SOAPS & CLEANERS
American Machinery Corporation Orlando, Fla.
Armour & Company Chicago. Ill.
Atlantic Chemical Company Orlando, Fla.
Brogdex Company Orlando, Fla.
Colgate Palmolive-Peet Company Jersey City, N. J.
Goricke Industries Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Dettlebach Chemical Company Atlanta, Ga.
Dubois & Company Cincinnati, Ohio
FMC Corporation Lakeland, Fla.
Oakite Products, Inc. New York, N. Y.
Swift & Company Chicago, Ill.
Universal Refining Products Co. New York, N. Y.
Wyandoltt Chemicals Corp. Wyandotte, Mich.
Zep Manufacturing Co. Atlanta, Ga.

MISCELLANEOUS
Dvw Chemical Company Midland. Mich.








Licensed and Registered Fresh Fruit Shippers:
x Denotes No Shipments Made


Shipper


Location


Abshier Packing Company Belleview
Adams Packing Association, Inc. Auburndale
Albritton Fruit Company, K. B. Bee Ridge
Alcoma Packing Company, Inc. Lake Wales
Alexander & Baird Company DeLand
Alexander & Baird Company Pierson
Alturas Citrus Fruit Company Alturas
Alturas Packing Company, Inc. Conshal
x Apopka Fruit Company Tildenville
Apopka Fruit Company Apopka
Arnall, Frank E. Umatilla
Austin and Sons Trust. W. F. Umatilla
B & B Packing House Eustis
Babijuice Corporation of Florida Fairvilla
Barden. John E. Interlachen
Eariield Grovea Polk City
Barnett Associates, Inc. (2) Plant City
Battaglia Fruit Company, Inc. Maitland
Battaglia Fruit Company, Inc. Winter Garden
x Bel-Aire Fruit Company, Inc. Miami
Bell Fruit Company, Inc. Brooksville
Bellcview Growers Packing Company Belleview
Bilgore & Company, Inc., David Clearwater
Bledsoe, G. W. San Mateo
Blue Goose Growers, Inc. Clermont
Bourn Packing Company, W. D. Ft. Pierce
Brooksville Citrus Growers Assn. Brooksville
Bryan Groves Packing Company Umatilla
Campbell Packing Company, A. L. Redlands
Certi-Fine Fruit Company. Inc. Ocoee
x Charley's Packing House Sumterville
Chase & Company Sanford
Chase Groves, Inc. Isleworth
Citrapak Corporation, The Fairvilla
Clark Fruit Company, W. H. Jacksonville
Clearwater Growers Association Clearwater
Close, Inc., George H. Indrio
Coachman & Sons, Inc., S. S. Clearwater
Consolidated Financial Corp. Lake Placid
Crosby, Ralph San Mateo
Crosby-Wartman Packing Co., Inc. Citra
Deerfield Groves Company Ft. Pierce
Deerfield Groves Company (2) Wabasso
Diamond Fruit Company Winter Haven
DiGiorgio Fruit Corporation Ft. Pierce
Dundee Citrus Growers Assn. Dundee
Economy Fruit Co., Inc. Ft. Pierce
Elfers Citrus Growers Assn. Elfers
Eustis Fruit Co. Eustis
Ferris Groves Floral City
Flo Cal Company Avon Park
x Florence Citrus Growers, Inc. Winter Haven
Florida Food Products, Inc. Ft. Mason Siding
Florida Orange Packers Weirsdale
x Florida Tree Ripe Fruit Co. Fruitland Park
Fort Pierce Growers Assn. Ft. Pierce
x General Indian River Distributors, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Golden Gem Growers, Inc. Umatilla
Golden Triangle Fruit Co. Eustis
Graves Brothers Co. Wabasso
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill Avon Park
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill Frostproof
Grove Fruit Packing Company, Inc. Mascotte










Groveland Fruit Company, Inc. Groveland
x Growers Marketing Service, Inc. Plant City
Haffield Fruit Company, Inc. Vero Beach
Haffield Packing Company, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Haines City Citrus Growers Assn. Haines City
Haines City Citrus Growers Assn. Lake Alfred
x Harrell & Sons, W. H. Dade City
Harvey's Groves Cocoa
Heidrich & Sons, Herman J. Lockhart
x Heidrich Marketing Agency, Inc. Lockhart
Heller Brothers Packing Co. Winter Garden
Herlong & Company, A. S. Leesburg
Hillsborough Fruit Distributors Tampa
Hogan & Sons Citrus Corp. Vero Beach
Holly Hill Fruit Products Co.. Inc. Davenport
Holme:s Fi uit Company Blanton
Hotsenpiller, L. L. Ft. Pierce
Huff Groves, Inc., O. D., Jr. McIntosh
Hluffstetler. Inc., L. R. Eustis
Hunt Brothers Cooperative Lake Wales
x Import-Export Livestock Corp.,
d/b/a Island Farms Grove Davie
Indian Lake Fruit Co., Inc. Ocoee
Indian River Associates, Inc. Vero Beach
Indian River City
Packing House, Inc. Indian River City
Indian River Exchange Packers, Inc. Vero Beach
Indian River Growers Service, Inc. Vero Beach
Indian River Packing Company Vero Beach
x Jackson Groves, Inc., The Palm Harbor
Johnson. Floyd Ft. Pierce
x Jones Fruit Company, Malcolm B. Maitland
Keen Fruit Corporation Frostproof
Kennesaw Fruit Packers
and Shippers, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
x Key Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Killarney Fruit Company Killarney
Kirkland Fruit Company Fruitland Park
Kirkland Fruit Company Weirsdale
Knowles & Company Leesburg
Lake Alfred Packing Company Lake Alfred
Lake Charm Fruit Company Oviedo
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc. Leesburg
Lake Garfield Citrus Cooperative Lake Garfield
Lakeland Highlands Coop., Assn. Highland City
Iakeland Packing Company, Inc. Eaton Park
Lakeland Packing Company, Inc. Highland City
Lake Hamilton Cooperative, Inc. Lake Hamilton
Lake Region Packing Assn. (2) Tavares
Lake Wales Citrus Growers Assn. Lake Wales
x Leesburg Fruit Company, Inc. Fruitland Park
x Loxahatchee Groves Loxahatchee
Lucerne Packing Company Princeton
McBride Packing Company Seville
McCall Fruit Company, Inc. Orlando
Mack's Groves, Inc. Dania
Manatee Fruit Company Palmetto
Marion County Citrus Co. Weirsdale
Meltzer & Son, I. Eustis
Milam Packing House Leesburg
Mims Citrus Growers Assn. Mims
Minute Maid Co.,
a Division of The Coca-Cola Co. Fairvilla
x Minute Maid Co.,
a Division of The Coca-Cola Co. Winter Park
Mount Dora Growers Cooperative Mt. Dora
Nelson & Company, Inc. Oviedo


Location


Shipper










Nevins Fruit Company, Inc. Mims
Nevins-Ideal, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Newbern Groves, Inc. Lutz
x New River Groves, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Oak Hill Citrus Growers Assn. Oak Hill
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Inc. Lake Jem
Orange Blossom Fruit Co., Inc. Maitland
x Orange Fruit Company Maitland
Oceola Fruit Distributors Kissimmee
Oslo Citrus Growers Assn. Oslo Siding
Padgett, Inc., J. L. Crescent City
Palm Harbor Citrus Growers Assn. Palm Harbor
x Pan American
Groves & Farms, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Patrick Fruit Corporation Sanford
Peace River Packing Company Ft. Meade
Peoples Packing Company, Inc. Lakeland
x Perkel Fruit Distributors, Inc. DeLand
x Perkel Fruit Distributors, Inc. Pierson
x Pioneer Company, The Fairvilla
Pioneer-Chester Groves Co. Cocoa
Pipping Packing Co.. Inc. (2) Winter Haven
Plymouth Citrus Growers Assn. Plymouth
x Pulitzer Groves Ft. Pierce
Riverfront Groves Gifford
River Groves Co. Ft. Pierce
Riviera Groves &
Packing House. Inc. Riviera Beach
Roe & Sons, Inc.. Wm. G. Winter Haven
Roper Growers Cooperative Winter Garden
Scott Fruit Company Ft. Pierce
x Sealdsweet Sales, Inc. Winter Haven
Sebring Packing Co., Inc. Sebring
Seminole Groves, Inc. Cocoa
Seville Fruit & Produce Co. Seville
Silver Springs Groves. Inc. Citra
Skinner, F. L. Dunedin
Smith Enterprises, Inc., d/b/a SEFCO Gifford
Smith's Sons, Inc., Leroy E. Vero Beach
Smith. Walter A. (2) Winter Haven
Snively Groves, Inc. Winter Haven
Snyder-Mew Company Crescent City
Sorrells Bros. Packing Co., Inc. Arcadia
South Lake Apopka Citrus
Growers Assn. Tildenville
Southward Fruit Company Sanford
Spada Fruit Sales Agency, Inc. Thonotosassa
x Spyke's Grove Davie
Square Deal Fruit Co. Maitland
Star Fruit Company Lake Alfred
Stewart Packing Company Auburndale
Stone. Forrest B. Maitland
Strawn, Incorporated, Theodore DeLeon Springs
x Sullivan Packing Company Rockledge
x Sunny South Packing Company Arcadia
Taylor Company, John S. Largo
Taylor, Ray Lake Wales
x Tracy Fruit Company Winter Haven
Turner Fruit Company, The Futch
Tuxedo Fruit Co., Inc. Ft. Pierce
Umatilla Citrus Growers Assn. Umatilla
Vero Fruit Company, Inc. Gifford
Vero Indian River Producers Assn. Vero Beach
Victory Groves Rockledge, Inc. Rockledge
x Viele Groves Davie
Walker. Raymond M. Clermont
Walter Holding Company Tampa


Shipper


Location








Shipper
Warren Fruit Co., Inc.
Warren Fruit Co., Inc.
Waverly Growers Coop.
x Welles Fruit & Live Stock Co.
x West Orange Citrus Growers Assn.
West Robinson Fruit Co., Inc.
Wiggins Fruit Company
Winter Garden Citrus
Growers Assn.
Winter Haven Citrus
Growers Assn.
Wray's Flamingo Orange
Groves, Floyd L.
Zellwood Fruit Distributors, Inc.


Location
Dade City
Lutz
Waverly
Welles
Tildenville
Orlando
Lutz

Winter Garden

Winter Haven

Ft. Lauderdale
Forest City








Registered Citrus Canning or

Concentrating Plants


x Denotes No Fruit Received


Name Location

Adams Packing Association. Inc. Auburndale
x Arnall. Frank E. Umatilla
B & W Canning Company. Inc. Groveland
Bib, Inc. Lakeland
Bilgore & Company, Inc., David Clearwater
Bordo Products Company Winter Haven
Breyer Ice Cream Division National
Dairy Produicts Corp. Plant City
Central Florida Processors Company Lakeland
Continental B averages, Inc. Winter Haven
Dairy Service Corporation Brooksville
DeSoto Canning Company Arcadia
Evans Packing Company Dade City
Eversweet Corporation Frostproof
Florida Citriu Canners Cooperative Lake Wales
Florida Food Products, Inc. Eustis
Florida Juiice Ft. Lauderdale
Florida Juice Miami
Fruit Gems. Inc. Dunedin
General Foods Corporation Winter Haven
General Juices Corporation Howey
Glacier Highlands Concentrates, Inc. Lakeland
Golden Gem Growers. Inc. Umatilla
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill Frostproof
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill Bartow
Halco Products, Inc. Orlando
Hi-Acres Concentrate, Inc. Forest City
Holly Hill Fruit Products Co., Inc. Davenport
Hood & Sons, Inc., H. P. Dunedin
x Hull, Inc., Frasure Griffin
x Imperial Juice Company, Inc. Lakeland
x Kraft Foods Division Davenport
Kraft Foods Division of National
Dairy Products Corp. (2) Lakeland
Kraft Foods Division Griffin
Lake Hamilton Concentrate, Inc. Bartow
Lakeland Highlands
Canning Co., Inc. Highlands City
Libby, McNeill & Libby Ocala
M & 0 Company, Inc. Wauchula
McDonald & Olliff, Inc. Wauchula
Manhan Indian River Juices, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Minute Maid Co., a Division
of The Coca-Cola Co. Auburndale
Minute Maid Co., a Division
of The Coca-Cola Co. Leesburg
Minute Maid Co., a Division
of The Coca-Cola Co. Plymouth
Osceola Fruit Distributors Kissimmee
Pasco Packing Co. Dade City
Plymouth Citrus Products Cooperative Plymouth
Russell's Fruit Juice Co., Inc. Miami
Salada-Shirriff-Horsey, Inc. Plant City
x Sa-rgant Citrus Products, Inc. Griffin
Snively Groves, Inc. Winter Haven
Snively Groves. Inc. Brooksville
Southern Fruit Distributors, Inc. Orlando
51








Name
Stokely-Bordo
Stokely-Van Camp, Inc.
Sugar Rose Canning Company-
Sunshine Packers, Inc.
Treesweet Products Company
Tropicana Products, Inc.
Tropicana Products, Inc.
Universal Food Products, Inc.
Winter Garden
Citrus Products Coop.


Location
Haines City
Tampa
Plant City
Ft. Meade
Ft. Pierce
Bradenton
Port Canaveral
Griffin

Winter Garden








SUMMARY

Report of Citrus Bond and License Section

1961-1962

811 Dealers posted Surety Bonds
amounting to .$11,030,000.00
5 Dealers posted Cash Bonas
amounting to 14,000.00
Total amount of Citrus Fruit
Dealers' Bonds .11,044.000.00
Registered Shippers and/or
Canners posted Inspection Fee
Guarantee Bonds amounting to 374,518.55
102 Dealers "Advertising as Bonded
Shipper" posted Performance
Bonds in accordance with Chapter
57-4 at $1.000 each 102,000.00
Total of all bonds posted $11.520,518.55
35 License's issued to "Bond-
Exempt" Dealers
673 Licenses issued to "Non-Bonded"
Express and Gift Fruit Shippers
70 Ctrtificales, as provided by F.C.C.
Regulation No. 31, Sec. 3, issued
on request to Dealers posting Per-
formance Bonds
All Citrus Fruit Dealer's Licenses
issued 1,523
Manufacturers Licenses issued 20
Citrus Packing Houses Register-
ed 207
Canning and or Concentrate
Plants Registered 60


COMPLAINTS

1960-1961 Season
Complaints disposed of
Complaints pending
Amount paid to Claimants by Dealers $
Amount paid to Claimants by Bonding
Companies

1961-1962 Season


106
5
21,622.78

138,968.34


Complaints disposed of -
Complaints pending
Amount paid to Claimants by Dealers
Revocation of License Proceedings
Administrative Hearings
Orders entered by Commissioner of
Agriculture
Licenses revoked by Order of Commis-
sioner
Licenses Suspended by Order of Com-
missioner -----
Licenses Cancelled by Commissioner
Complaints filed by Out of State Pur-
chasers against Express Fruit Ship-
pers .
Amount paid to claimants by Express
Fruit Shippers


12
41
6,241.82
3
15

54

12

2
9


6

$ 46.30








Bonded Citrus Fruit Dealers' Licenses were issued
to all Citrus Shippers and Canners listed elsewhere
in this annual report, and also to the following:


Dealer


Location


A. B. C. Fruit Co. Orlando
Ace Fruit Co. Miami
Acme Fruit Co., Inc. Orlando
Adams, Buford L. Orlando
Adams Fruit Co. Winter Haven
Addison, Calvin Haines City
Agerton, Tom B. Winter Haven
Airport Groves Tallavast
Akins & Akins Lakeland
Alston Fruit Co. Dade City
Alva Fruit Co. Ft. Myers
Anderson, Bryan & Campbell, Inc. Wauchula
Anderson Fruit Dealer, L. L. Tampa
Angilella's Florida City
Arborio, Peter Mt. Dora
Arnold's Groves Ft. Pierce
Arrant, Earnest Lockhart
Asber, Frazier L. Ocala
Aslan Produce Co., Inc., E. D. Jacksonville
Associated Fruit Packers, Inc. Miami
Atkinson. Henry Odell Winter Haven
Austin, D. W. Largo
Austin, H. L. Alva
B's Fruit & Gift Stand Thonotosassa
B & N Fruit Co. Palmetto
Bady. Coleman Orlando
Barber Groves St. Petersburg
Barber Temple Orange Co. Clearwater
Barnard, S. W. Largo
Barnhill, Henry C., Jr. Eagle Lake
Barrow, Arthur 0. Largo
Baughman Fruit & Harvesting Co. Winter Park
Bean, O. V. Seffner
Beasley. Ralph J. Plymouth
Belitz, Jerry N. Maitland
Belitz, Nick Orlando
Bell, Frank C. Winter Haven
Bell, Fred Indian River City
Bell's Fruit Stand St. Petersburg
Bentley Brothers Winter Haven
Benson Brothers Fruit Co. Lake Hamilton
Benscn Groves Orlando
Berry Exporting Corp., Jack M. Winter Haven
Bessemer Properties, Inc. Canal Point
Bicket, Robert 0. Clermont
Biibrey, L. C. Winter Haven
Bilbrey, Otis Winter Haven
Bilbrey Fruit Co., Owen Winter Haven
Billy Boy Groves Tavares
Blackford, J. A. Sarasota
Blackwelder, Parley Lake Hamilton
Bledsoe, Earnest Winter Haven
Blood's Hammock Groves Delray Beach
Blue Heron Gift House Sarasota
Blue Sink Groves, Inc. Leesburg
Bolden, Irving Altamonte Springs
Botanical Groves DeLand
Boutwell Brothers, Inc. Lakeland
Bowen Brothers, Inc. Winter Haven
Boyd Fancy Fruit, C. C. Groveland
Boyer Co. Lady Lake
Boyles, Jay J. Vero Beach
Brannan, Frank Winter Haven










Braun Fruit Packers, Inc. DeLand
Brenzel Groves New Smyrna Beach
Britt Trust, T. M. Winter Garden
Broward Fruit Co. Ft. Lauderdale
Brown and Rice Ft. Meade
Brown, Clifford W. Lakeland
Brownlee Citrus Dealer, J. 0. Plant City
Burch, S. R. Winter Garden
Eurlison Fruit Co. Orlando
Burnette's Nursery Zephyrhills
Burnett's Fruit Farm Bradenton
Busbee & Wilkins, Inc. Groveland
Bush, Harry Winter Park
Bush. Robert Orlando
Butler Groves Tampa
Buy and Sell, Inc. Haines City
C & P Brokerage Co. Plant City
Ca-Lo-La Groves, Inc. Port Canaveral
Carl's Fruit Stand Thonotosassa
Carlton's Nursery Dunedin
Carroll, Louis Jefferson Leesburg
Carter Fruit Co. Ft. Lauderdale
Carter, Leonard C. Lakeland
Caspcr's Ormond Beach
Catanese, Samuel T. Inverness
Cavallaro, John Hialeah
Cav ender Groves Lake Placid
Central Florida Citrus Sales, Inc. Lakeland
Central Florida Fruit & Packing Co. Winter Haven
Chapman, E. H. Plant City
Chapman, R. E. Orlando
Chapman Fruit Co., Inc. Wauchula
Character. Sam Eaton Park
Chipenik and Sons, Inc., N. Jacksonville
Cherry Produce Co. Jacksonville
Choate, Lon A. Haines City
Christie's Orlando
Church, L. A. Orlando
Church, 0. W. Orlando
Citra-Fresh, Inc. Tampa
Citrus Development Co., Inc. Sebring
Citrus Grove Development Co. Babson Park
Citrus Investment Co. Winter Haven
Citrus Service Station Palm Harbor
Clay Fruit Co., Earl F. Orlando
Clemons, W. C. Miami
Clermont Fruit Service Clermont
Cline, R. N. Lakeland
Cloud & Associates, Fruit Dealer, J. D. Maitland
Cobbs, Leroy East Palatka
Cockcroft, Flowers Mascotte
Cocoa Fruit Co. Cocoa
Coleman, Woodie Seville
Collins Fruit Co. Dover
Collins, Truman Winter Haven
Connell, William Auburndale
Connemax Corp. Clermont
Consolidated Fruit Dist. Winter Haven
Conway, Inc. Jacksonville
Cook & Sons, B. C. Haines City
Cook & Sons, B. C., Inc. Haines City
Cook, Wyatt H. Haines City
Cooke Enterprises, Inc., A. G. DeLand
Ccrley Produce Co., Inc. Sanford
Coronet Fruit Corp. Orlando
Covington, Jr., D. D. Dade City
Cravero Bros. Produce Co. Miami


Location


Dealer










Cravero Fruit & Produce, Joseph Miami
Crescent City Fruit Co. Crescent City
Crews & Garcia, Inc. Tampa
Crittenden Fruit Co., Inc. Orlando
Cromartie, Grady Kissimmee
Crosby, Paul Largo
Crum, Bob Tampa
Crumpton, Homer A. Tampa
Crutchfield, Aibin P. Titusville
Cunningham's Fruit & Gifts Lake Alfred
Curry's Anthony Fruit Shops Anthony
Cushman Fruit Co. West Palm Beach
Cutbirth's Citrus Corner Leesburg
D'Albora Co.. J. V. Cocoa
Davis Brothers, Inc. Frostproof
Daylight Grocery Co. Jacksonville
Dean, Edward A. Winter Haven
Dean-Lawson Citrus Winter Haven
Dean. Leroy Eustis
Delaplane Citrus, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Delaware Valley Fruit Dist., Inc. Orlando
Deonativia, R. S. Winter Haven
Diaz Produce Tampa
Dicks, Leonas Dundee
Dimond-Tager Co. Tampa
Dixie Fruit Co., Inc. Lakeland
Dixie Produce Co., Inc. Jacksonville
Donsgrove Ft. Lauderdale
Dot & Bert's Groves Largo
Double "D" Dealers Winter Haven
Douglas, John W. & T. L. Douglas Jacksonville
Dunson. Sr., L. W. Winter Haven
Durden Grove Service, Jim Ft. Lauderdale
Dyal's Groves Cocoa
East Coast Fruit Co. Jacksonville
Eastern Marketing Service Bartow
Edwards Groves, Inc. Lakeland
Edwards Packing Co. Lakeland
Eick, John A. Sanford
Ellsworth's Grove Ft. Ogden
Ellwood Acres Palmetto
Emerson, Buell V. Eustis
Emory of Florida, Inc. Alturas
Etheridge, C. B. Orlando
Etheridge & Norris, Inc. Orlando
Ezell Fruit Co., Inc. Bradenton
Fallin Fruit Co., Inc. Dade City
Farmer's Produce, Inc. Largo
Farmhouse, The Clermont
Feliciani. James Lakeland
Ferguson's Fruit Shop Lake Wales
Flamingo Fruit Co. Sebring
Flanagan & Associates, R. B. Winter Haven
Flanagan's Fruit Co. Orlando
Flora Produce, John Tampa
Flora, Tony Tampa
Florida Citrus Dist., Inc. Orlando
Flor'da Citrus Juices. Inc. Tampa
Florida Citrus Service. Inc. Ft. Pierce
Florida Fruit Co. Miami
Florida Gold Citrus Corp. Winter Haven
Flcssanna Groves DeLand
Ford Brokerage Co., F. C. Lakeland
Forest Fruit Shippers Ft. Pierce
Forget-Me-Not Gift Shop and/or
Rongey's Groves Clearwater
Foster Fruit Company Fruitland Park


Location


Dealer










Frank's Fruit Shoppe Belleview
Freeman & McRae Winter Garden
Friendship House, Inc. Miami
Frizzell, Harvey, Jr. Lutz
Fruit Basket St. Cloud
Fruit Contractors, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Fruit House. The Tarpon Springs
Fryer, W. V. Winter Haven
Furman, Abraham Pompano
G & S Packing Company Weirsdale
Gaines, Dwight A. Clermont
Gentry's Fruits & Juices South Daytona
George & Frances Fruit Shoppe Hollywood
Gill, S. E. Haines City
Gleaton Fruit Co. Plant City
Gold Coast Fruits & Juices West Palm Beach
Golden Acres Fruit Farm Lake Wales
Golden C Fruit Company Zephyrhils
Goodrich Trucking Service, Leslie Wabasso
Gorfy & Sons, Edward F. Eagle Lake
Gray's Groves, Inc. Lady Lake
Green, J. A. Tampa
Green, Walter C. Groveland
Greyside Fruit Co. Vero Beach
Griffin Groves Co.. C. V. Howey-In-The-Hills
Griffin. John R. "Bobbv" Bartow
Griffin, W. E. Winter Haven
Growers Outlet Lady Lake
Gunter & Son, F. C. Tampa
Gusek's Trading Post Dade City
H & H Fruit Distributors Orlando
H & P Fruit Co. Holly Hill
Hackney Fruit Co. Miami
Haffield Packing Co.. Inc. Ft. Pierce
Hague, John R. & A. P. Magruder Jacksonville
Haizlip, G. Leonard Winter Haven
Hale Indian River Groves Wabasso
Hall, Harvey T., Jr. Lakeland
Hall's Fruit Stand Winter Haven
Hamilton Growers, Inc. Lake Hamilton
Hammock Groves and
Florida Citrus Tower Groves Tavares
Hammock Packing Plant, Warren Largo
Hamrick, David 0. Bradenton
Hansell, Byron V. Kissimmee
Hansen, Mrs. Nels D. Ft. Pierce
Harlan, Montie Orange Lake
Harmon, Roy M. Winter Haven
Harrell. Robert H., Sr. Lakeland
Harrell. Robert H., Jr. Lakeland
Hart, Inc., L. V. DeLand
Hart, Leo Auburndale
Haskins, Mark Lake Hamilton
Hawkins Fruit Co., Walter Jacksonville
Hayes Groves, Inc. Nokomis
Haywood & Murphy Grove Service, Inc. Leesburg
Hedges, E. P. Clearwater
Heidrich Investments. Inc. Orlando
Hendry, J. W. Wauchula
Henry & Sons, W. A. Haines City
Herndon, Barney Lake Wales
Herrick Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Heyward, Harry Orlando
Hill Fruit Co. Winter Haven
Hill & Sons, William E. Leesburg
Hill & Williams, Inc. Winter Haven
Hilliard Groves Vero Beach


Location


Dealer











Hodney Fruit Packers DeLand
Holiday Fruit & Flower Shippers Ft. Pierce
Hollicanna Groves Salesroom, Inc. Maitland
Hooper Groves, Inc. Cocoa
Hookins Fruit Market St. Petersburg
Horn, L. L. Sydney
Iorne, Lonnie P. Ocala
lorvath Groves, The Maitland
House's Grove Melbourne
Howard Fruit Co., Inc. Largo
Huck's Market Bradenton
Hudson Fruit Co., Hoyette S. Orlando
Huff's Fruit Stand Murdock
Hull, Inc., Frasure Winter Garden
Hunter, Phillips H. Crescent City
Hussey, James: A. Frostproof
Hyatt Fruit Co. Ft. Lauderdale
Igler's Orange Grove, Math Ft. Lauderdale
Inland Fruit Co. Leesburg
lppolito Brothers Tampa
J & K Fruit. & Gifts Inverness
J's Fruit & Souvenirs Thonotosassa
Jarner Brothers Fruit Packing Co. St. Petersburg
Jax Fruit Distributors Jacksonville
Jenkins, John Orlando
Jennings Market Jacksonville
Jerry Lake Groves Dunedin
Johnny's Fruit Stand Tavares
Johnson, Marion Orlando
Johnson's St. Augustine
Johnson's Gift Shop Minneola
Jolly, Dewey Auburndale
Jones, Charles 13. Clermont
Jones, Jimmie Clermont
Jordan's Produce Jacksonville
Jordan & Reeve:, Inc. Haines City
Juice Fruit Buyers, Inc. Leesburg
Juice Fruit Corp. at Orlando Orlando
Juice Mill Leesburg
Kalogridis, Costas Winter Haven
Kastner Co., Harold H. Sanford
Keene, R. D. Winter Garden
Keency, F. G. & Keeney, E. C. Ocala
Keith's Key of the South & Lucas Groves Nokomis
Kennedy Groves Vero Beach
Key. Rex Ril'v Eustis
Key, Willie D. Mt. Dora
Killarney Grove Service, Inc. Killarne-
King Brother': Citrus, Inc. Parrish
King, C. W. Parrish
King, G. E. Eloise
King, John Thomas Winter Haven
King, Lawrence G. Leesburg
Kirk. Charles E. Plymouth
Kitching Creek Nursery & Groves Hobe Sound
Knight Fruit Co., Luke M. Vero Beach
L & M Fruit Co Inc. Bartow
Lake Alfred Fruit Co. Lake Alfred
Lambert, Ill Bowling Green
Lang's Fruit &- Basket Shop Lake Alfred
Lang-Lawle:ss Fi'uic Co. Winter Haven
Lanier & Son. E M. & T. L Zoifo Springs
Larson, Robert L. Winter Park
Las;,iter, Jr., T. J. Ft. Pierce
Lawless Fruit Co. Winter Haven
Lee's Citrus Fruits Lake Wales
Lee's Fruit Co. Leesburg


Location


Dealer










Lee's Trading Post Clearwater
Lewis, J. P. Thonotosassa
Lewis' Organic Fruit Ft. Pierce
Lewis, T. C. Tampa
Liddon, Van H. Zephyrhills
Linebaugh. Earl S. Winter Haven
Linebaugh & Associates, Inc.. C. R. Winter Haven
Livingtson Fruit Stand Ft. Ogden
Lloyd, Austin Ft. Pierce
Lloyd, Jr., Perry Ft. Pierce
Lloyd, Robert L. Ft. Pierce
Long Fruit Co., J. C. Haines City
Long, Paul A. Vero Beach
Lorton, Roy Tampa
Loveland Groves, Inc. Edgewater
Lowdermilk. C. R. Altamonte Springs
Lowdermilk Fruit Brokers. Inc. Altamonte Springs
Ludwig & Veale Largo
Lustig, Seymour Orlando
Lyle Fruit Co. Winter Haven
Lyle, Milton W Bartow
McCranie Fruit Co., H. F. Lakeland
McCranie. John V. Lakeland
McDonald, H. F. Wauchula
McElveen & McElveen, Inc. Plant City
McGriff, Cleveland Lake Alfred
McLean & Son, J. E. Brandon
McMullen, A. M. Safety Harbor
McRory Bonded Citrus Fruits, J. L. Maitland
McSurley Groves Ft. Pierce
McSweeney Groves Tampa
M & 0 Company, Incorporated Wauchula
Manis Co.. William Tampa
Mansfield, Lee Sanford
Marchant Fruit Co., Inc. Leesburg
Margel & Cohen Miami
Mariana Grove, Inc., The Ft. Myers
Marshall Groves Clearwater
Mask, John H. Winter Garden
Mason's Sebring
Maxcy, Inc., Von Sebring
May Fruit Stand, L. W. Lake Hamilton
May Brothers, Inc. Umatilla
Mela Fruit & Produce Co. Plant City
Melendy's Packing House Panama City
Midland Sales Corp. Winter Haven
Midway Groves, Inc. Sarasota
Miller, James B. Winter Haven
Milne-O'Berrv Packing Co., Inc. St. Petersburg
Mitchell's Frozen Foods, Inc. Sebring
Mixon Fruit Farms, Inc. Bradenton
Moody, C. C. Ft. Meade
Moore Fruit Co., B. Haines City
Morgan, Rufus K. Dade City
Morrison Fruit Co. Winter Haven
Mutual Citrus Distributors Lakeland
Nagel Groves-Citrusland-
Cypress Gardens Triangle Cypress Gardens
National Produce Co. of Miami, Inc. Miami
Nesmith. H. N. & Noah Yarbrough Jacksonville
Newsom, Plant Tampa
Nigels, David D. Dunedin
Noland, Byran Arcadia
Nuin Growers, Inc. Lakeland
Oakley Fruit Co., Inc. Dade City
Oakley Investment Co. Dade City
Oakley, T. H. & Miller, C. H. Tampa


Dealer


Location











Ocalan Fruit Company Ocala
Orange Blossom Groves Largo
Orange Bowl, The Largo
Orange Lake Citrus Shop McIntosh
Orange Mill, The Leesburg
Orange Shop, The Citra
Osceola Groves Rockledge
Owens & Son Fruit Co., Inc., A. J. Eloise
Owen, H. M. Winter Haven
Owen Fruit Shipper, John Miami
Owens, Walter Lee Mt. Dora
P and T Fruit Co. Highland City
Pacific Fruit & Produce Co. Lakeland
Palm Beach Groves Lake Worth
Palm City |Fn it Shippers Ft. Myers
Palm Fruit Shop Bushnell
Palm-icci. Camille Miami
Parks & Gibbons Cocoa
Patio Fruit Shop Ft. Myers
Pattillo Fruit Sales, Inc. DeLand
Paul, Curtis Ray Winter Haven
Paul, J. R. Winter Haven
Paul's Trade Winds Groves West Palm Beach
Paul's Tropical Shop Avon Park
Paulk Fruit Co. Eagle Lake
Payne Grove Service Palm Harbor
Pearson & Sons, R. L. Orlando
Peck'.npaugh Groves Sharpes
Pennington. G. H. Haines City
Perry's Market Ft. Myers
Peters, Myron O. Summerfield
Peterson, Jr., Axel T. Vero Beach
Pfeil, J. M. Summerfield
Pierce, Edward G. Bartow
Pinellas Fruit Co. Tampa
Plant City Groves Co. Plant City
Plant Fruit Co. Plant City
Plant Industries, Inc. Plant City
Plantation Groves, Inc. Vero Beach
Platts, P. K. Ft. Pierce
Pluff, Albert Crescent City
Pool, Charles & Robert Clermont
Pope, William Orlando
Port Fruit & Juices Ft. Lauderdale
Portnoy Co., Morris Jacksonville
Powell-Griffin Fruit Co. Lakeland
Powell, J. R. Babson Park
Poyner, Robert Orlando
Price, J. H. Center Hill
Price's Fruit Shop Haines City
Putnal, M. L. and George L. Russ Myakka City
Ralferty Groves Sebring
Ray's Market & Nursery Orlando
Resfina, Alec N. Frostproof
Rev.ll, Fred Wauchula
Revell, William D. Bartow
Ridge Fruit Co. Lakeland
Ridge Grove. Lake Placid
Ritacco, James Allendale
Rivers, William L. Samoset
Roberts Bros., Inc. Wauchula
ERO at Produce, Inc., Ben H. Tampa
Roberts, S. W. Avon Park
Robinette. W. J. Eagle Lake
Robinson, James C. G. Seville
Rogers Brothers Highland City
Rogers Fruit Stand DeLand


Location


Dealer










Rollins Grove Service Dade City
Roper Bros.. Inc. Winter Garden
Royals, J. D. Winter Haven
Ryals Fruit Co., Inc., Barney DeLand
S & S Gift Shop Belleview
Sanchez, S. D. Tampa
Saorito Brothers Groves Sarasota
Sasser, H. C. Zolfo
Sawyer Groves. Tom Vero Beach
Scaglionc, Sam Tampa
Schee, L. B. Largo
Schiro Produce, Inc., Philiip Tampa
Schneidr's Gift Shop & Fruit Stand Bradenton
Sebring Fruit Purchasers, Inc. Sebring
Settembre's Produce, Ernie Hialeah
Setzers Warehouse, Inc. Jacksonville
Shaw, Bob F. Winter Haven
Sheffield, W. L. Auburndale
Shelton, WVcldon & Giardino Jacksonville
Sheltcn, Wilbur G. Winter Haven
S:mn;ons. .E. Tampa
Simpson Fruit Co. Mount Dora
Sims. Albert L. & Lillian Orlando
Singletary, P. H. Tampa
Skelly's Groves Cocoa
Smith, Herman Crescent City
Smith, Howard Orlando
Smith, James T. Eaton Park
Smith, Leo Avon Park
Sm;th.. Unrec Lincoln Eloise
Smith. Ralph Wauchula
Smith. T. L. Plymouth
Southland Fruit Shippers Dania
Sparkman. Edward Sumterville
State Produce Co. Sanford
Stcnholm, James T. Groveland
Stephenson, L. M. Maitland
Stewart, D. R. Zolfo Springs
Stokes, Ingram E. DeLand
Stover-Smith-Price, Inc. Maitland
Strickland, Warner A. Winter Haven
Sunbeam System, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Sun Coast Tomato Co., Inc. Tampa
Sunday, Wilbur C. Orlando
Sunny Ridge Groves Sebring
Sunripe Fruit Shipper Miami
Surratt & Co., B. M. Dade City
Surrency, L. R. Brandon
T & T Fruit Co. Plant City
T & W Produce Co. Tampa
Talcfa Citrus Groves Crescent City
Tamiami Fruit & Produce Market Bradenton
Tam O'Shanter Citrus Fruits Lake Wales
Tangerine Fruit Company Tangerine
Tangerine Shop, The Safety Harbor
Tanner & Sikes Jacksonville
Taylor, Charlie Apopka
Taylor Grove Service Winter Haven
Testa, Donald Miami
Thompson Groves Cocoa
Thrce Ems Corp. Lady Lake
Tilden. S. J. Winter Haven
Tipton Fruit Lake Placid
Tom's Fruit & Gift Shop Dade City
Tomoka Fruit Packers, Inc. Ormond Beach
Tope Brothers Fruit Dealers Altamonte Springs
Tower Graves Orlando


Dealer


Location








Dealer
Travassos Produce Co.
Trop'i--Ki: Fr_'it Products
Trpeical B c-om Fruit Shippers,
Tropic!al Frl''ri Shippers
Turner c Fru i Co., The
TyIre, W. W.
'Tysx.n Groves
Ulmer Brothsers
Ulmcr Grove, H. L.
Urmatilla Citrus Bayers, Inc.
Undcrdown G roves
United Prodice of Pinellas. Inc.
Voa.chn GrovS;, Inc., A
VereaIn Fruit Co., John T.
Vines Fruit Co.
Vining, L. C.
Vonr. c Gro\-
Wadsworth Co., D. L.
Wad:woith iP'oddcc Co., J. W.
WIA i'lden-S.'Car an, Inc.
Walker, M. L.
Wall, Netnan L.
Wall's Indian River Groves
Ward, A. W.
Ward Groves
Wanick, Richard Franklin
Wa.;cn, M. E.
Wcb b City. Inc.
Webb, Jr., Cji
Webb, E. J.
Weeks, T. A
Wells Groves
Wesco Foods Co.
West Fruit Co., Inc.
West, Inc., Tom
Wever Groves
Whaley, Ternrll A.
White Groves
White Heron Groves
Wickic Co., The
Wiggins, Wilton C.
Wildw-ood Produce
Wiliams-Bak(er Groves
Wilhams L Fri.t & Gift Shop
Wiliams Eruijt Co., H. L.
Williams Fruit Co., Parks
Williams, Harvey J.
Williams, Lowe & DeFulvio
Williams, M. A.
Williams, M. O. Buster
Williams, N. R.
Williams, W. R.
Williamson, B. F.
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.
Withers & iHarshman, Inc.
Wooden, S. H
Worth, Otis
Wright, J. D.
Yaorrough, W. IH.
Yates, Ralph IH.
Yellow Banks Grove
Youngblood & Sons, Inc.
Zalis & Son, Joe


Location
Jacksonville
West Palm Beach
Ltd. Edgewater
Sarasota
Ocala
West Palm Beach
Lake Placid
Largo
Largo
Umatilla
Melbourne
St. Petersburg
Ft. Pierce
Plymouth
Orlando
Orlando
Plymouth
Tampa
Tampa
D-ver
Eagle Lake
Leesburg
Stuart
Maitland
Oviedo
Lakeland
DeLand
St. Petersburg
DeLand
Wauchula
Auburndale
Tavares
Cincinnati
Ocoee
Ocoee
St. Petersburg
Tampa
Vero Beach
Sarasota
Ft. Meade
Bradenton
Wildwood
Largo
Ormond Beach
Dade City
Leesburg
Lake Jem
Jacksonville
Lake Wales
Mt. Dora
Frostproof
Lakeland
Winter Haven
Jacksonville
Sebring
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Orlando
Sebring
Kissimmee
Largo
Ocoee
Miami








Citrus Fruit Dealers licenses revoked, (*) Cancel-
led or (**) suspended by Commissioner's order.


Dealer


Location


Alderman Fruit Co., Ralph Orlando
Anderson Fruit Co. Winter Haven
Atlantic Fruit & Juice Co., Inc. Pompano Beach
Bass, H. Stanley Kissimmee
Buffalo Fruit Co. Tampa
* Dean, Jr., Edd Winter Haven
Delco Groves Bradenton
* Dun, Sr., W. A. Ft. Pierce
** Durrance Fruit Co., Inc., H. H. Wauchula
* Garrison, E. R. Interlachen
Georgia Boy's Market Tampa
** Harvey, H. L. Haines City
Jones Fruit Co., Malcolm B. Maitland
* Lee, Jr., Lewis C. Dade City
*Lewis. Vernon C. Lakeland
Long, Floyd Ft. Pierce
SMilton & Acuff Eustis
Nix, Sr., C. D., Fresh Fruit & Produce Eustis
Orange Belt Processors, Inc. Howey-In-The-Hills
Parrish, T. J. Orlando
SPotts, W. H. Pomona Park
SPoyner. Virgil Orlando
SRutland, Earl J. Wauchula
Swilley, Jr., Louis G. Winter Haven
West Orange Harvesting Co. Winter Garden
Williams, Kendrick D. Haines City









Lice--cs is:;u:c to Non-bonded Express or Gift Fruit
Ship :ers unir-r provisions of Paragraph 2, Section
il01.61 Florida Statutes:


Dealer
.'l-':ey's; Gift Shop
Adcar- Gilts 8& Fruit Shipper, Inc.
Aderman, C.
Adlmiral Fruit Shippers
Airport Fruit Shippers
!Al; m:,-Take-Ou t-Foods
Alt mo, The
Alexandria Gift Shop, The
Alfie's
.\Algirs Fkri:st & Fruit Shipper
Alo zzini ri.- Gift Shop
Allen Florist, inc., Robert
Ailb'n Fruit Cnompany
Allen's Fruit Shippers
Alien's Grove
Allied Glower- Supplies
Ambler, Franklin C.
Americaii Varicit.- yores. Inc.
An':eo's Tiop ca' rruit Store No
A'.nimated Gi!t Shippers
.An.ett's Fruit & Grocery Ho:
Anthonv'. Florist & Fruit
Apex Fruit Co.
Arcndas Groves
.rmnisrong's' I'luit Stand
Art's Market
A.Ltbeil Troi'al Finits & Novelties
Att:ache Motel Sundry Shop
Aunt Bea's Fiuil Stand
Azie:t Motel Sundry Shop
Ba on "'Florida Citrus"
Bagdad Gifts, Inc.
Sallcv's Fruir & Frjit Juices
Balee's Fruit Shippers Laude
Ball's Grcve
Balmoral Tobacco Shop
Banner Gift Shoup
Bantings Beach Sundries
Ba cleot Mailman, The
3Baic .AI Tra:r Ltd.
Ba 'kiey'S- Fruit & Gifts
B:rnell Fruit Shippers
Barnes, E. A.
Barrett's Grocer:,
Baton & Jones Fruit Co.
Ba:-kin Groves. Sy
.ra\ Pines Fruit Center
Ba~.:sie Fariis
Ee:chcomboer Gi:t Shop
Beuc,.,n Ligh' C'aLd & Gift Shop
Be.:i-Rivagc Sundry Shop
Belk-Lindscy Department Store
Bell, Gecrge T.
Bell, W. S.
Bernecker Grove.;
Berry's Fruit Shop
Bert's Groceteria, Inc.
iJe :; Fruit Basket
Betty's Market
Bieilin' Packe'rs
Bil ': Gift Fruit
Bill's Shed
Billy's Fruit Stand


Location
Miami Beach
Miami
Hallandale
Miami Beach
Miami
Hollywood
Largo
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami
Hobe Sound
-ollywood Beach
Winter Park
Hollywood
Tampa
Miami
Winter Park
Ft. Myers
rth Miami Beach
Opa-Locka
mosassa Springs
Miami
Lutz
Vero Beach
Callahan
Orlando
Miami Beach
Hollywood
Brandon
Miami Beach
Leesburg
Miami Beach
St. Petersburg
rdale-By-The-Sea
Clewiston
Miami Beach
Lake Worth
Deerfield Beach
Coral Gables
Pompano Beach
Wauchula
Ft. Lauderdale
St. Augustine
Ft. Myers
Jupiter
Hobe Sound
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Miami Beach
Pompano Beach
Miami Beach
Miami
Lady Lake
Cocoa
Homestead
Palm Beach
Miami
St. Augustine
Orlando
Weirsdale
Lakeland
Ormond Beach
Tarpon Springs










Bird Cage, The Miami Beach
Biscayne Groves Miami
Blackburn's Arrow Fruit Melbourne
Blue Box Gift Shop Miami
Blue Ribbon Groves Vero Beach
Boca Fruit Shippers Boca Raton
Boca Raton Flowers & Fruit Boca Raton
Bock, Curt St. Cloud
Bonnie's Sarasota
Bouquet Shop Hollywood
Boynton Fruit Basket Boynton Beach
Bradford Grove Tampa
Brill's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Broadway Quality Market Daytona Beach
Brock's Palm View Groves and
Gift Shop Palmetto
Brown's Fruit Stand Clewiston
Brunt Sales, Inc. Miami
Buckley's Gift Fruit Madeira Beach
Burdine's Division of Federated
Department Stores, Inc. Miami
Burt & Jewel's Place Cocoa
Burton's Groves Eau Gallie
Bustoni Fruit Shippers Palm Beach
Cady's Grove Sarasota
Calabrese Fruit Shippers Lake Worth
Campbell Groves Ft. Pierce
Candy Sales, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Capri Fruit Shippers & Gifts. Inc. Miami Beach
Capwell's Fruit Stand Babson Park
Card & Gift Shop, The Pompano Beach
Carey's Miami
Carlson's Fruit Dade City
Carney Grove Laurel
Casa Fruit & Gift Bowl Miami Beach
Cashion Fruit Co. Ft. Pierce
Castaways Gift Shop Miami Beach
Central Market Lake Worth
Chateau Gift Shop Miami Beach
Cherry, L. W. Vero Beach
Chester's On The Boulevard North Miami Beach
Chez Rujon, Inc. Miami Beach
Chris' News Stand Orlando
Christen, Margaret Ft. Lauderdale
Citrus Tower Gift Shop Clermont
Clary Groves Clearwater
Clifton Groves, Inc. Orlando
Clyatt, D. E. Vero Beach
Coarsey Groves Gift Shop Tampa
Coarsey. Jr. James M. Lake Placid
Cobb's Fruit & Preserving Co. Miami
Cochran's Juice Bar Dover
Coco-Cabana Boynton Beach
Coconut Palm Groves Homestead
Coffee Cup West Palm Beach
Cohen's Tropical Fruit Shop Palm Beach
Colbert Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Collins, Edna B. St. Petersburg Beach
Conforti's Orange King Grove, Sam Ft. Lauderdale
Cook's Groves Sarasota
Cook's Place Homestead
Coral Gift Shops, Inc.. and
Sugar and Spice Ft. Lauderdale
Corley's Groves Cocoa
Cornucopia, The Hollywood
Coronet Chocolates Miami Beach
Cottage Shop Winter Park


Dealer


Location










Couch Groves Clearwater
Country Garden Florist Hialeah
Country Market North Miami Beach
Cove Fruit Shippers Deerfield Beach
Cramer's Fruit Market Tampa
Crews' Country Store Belle Glade
Cross 'N Shop West Palm Beach
Curry's Gift Villas West Palm Beach
D & M Fru it Shippers Miami
DallEa Park Grocery Miami
Danii's Deot. Store Coral Gables
Davidson lBrotheis Daytona Beach
Davie Orange Packers Davie
Deann Candies Lake Worth
Deauville Fruit & Gift Shop, Inc. Miami Beach
Delano Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Desert Inn Gift Shop Miami Beach
Dixie Fruit & Produce Maitland
Doctors Choice, Inc. Bradenton
Dodge Groves Rockledge
Doel's Gift Shop Miami Beach
Don s Riviera Card Shop Miami
Dorn Fruit & Vegetable Co., Inc. Miami
Done's, Inc. Miami Beach
Downey's Grove Lakeland
Doyle's Fruit Shippers Miami
Doyle's Groves Osteen
Dressner's Daytona Beach
Drexel Fruit Market Miami Beach
Driebe's Ft. Lauderdale
Driftwood Creations Dania
Driftwood Fruit Co. Vero Beach
Driftwood Motel Cigar Shop Miami Beach
Drink Hearty Eoys Miami Beach
Dudley, Sallie M. Lady Lake
Duncan Gift Fruit Lakeland
Dupont Pla:a Drug & Smoke Shop Miami
Duprce, Earl Miami Beach
Earnhart's GCt Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
East Coast Cy.mress & Shell Allendale
Ed's Frmt Vero Beach
Edman's Market Ft. Myers
Edwards Fruit Stand Ft. Ogden
Edward's Gift Shop, Inc. St. Petersburg
Edwards Groves Ft. Pierce
Edwards, James E. Dunnellon
Egan Groves, Inc. Vero Beach
Ellis Fruit Store Daytona Beach
E. M. J. Grocery Miami
Embassy Sundri'es Hollywood
Epicure Market, Inc. Miami Beach
Epstein Fruit Market, Sam Miami Beach
Epstein, Simn Daytona Beach
Estcro River Groves Estero
Eudy, James R. Vero Beach
Everglades Fruit Shippers Miami
Exotic Garden, Inc., The Miami
Falco News & Sundries Ft. Lauderdale
Famous Bowers Groves, The Indiantown
Farah. Eddie Miami Beach
Farah, Joe Miami Beach
Farm Market, The Miami
Farmer's Ha-vest, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Fausts Miami Beach
Fern Grill Fru- Packing Co. St. Petersburg
Finley lascn Groves, Inc. Lakeland
Fisher's, Bill Hialeah


Location


Dealer









Fitting's Grove Ft. Pierce
Flagler Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Flora Dale Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Florida Fruit-of-the-Month Club Dunedin
Florida Fruit Packers & Shippers, Inc. Miami
Florida Fruit Shipping Hollywood
Florida Gifts DeLand
Florida Shores Sundries Miami Beach
Flcridian Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Ford's Corners Lake Worth
Forty Acres Ranch Lakeland
Forum Restaurant & Pantry Ft. Lauderdale
Four Winds, The Islamorada
Franklin's Shell Factory Delray Beach
Freddy's Miami Beach
Freeman, B. Leesburg
Freese's Fruit Stand Stuart
Friendly Market Ft. Myers Beach
Frillman's Fruit & Gifts St. Petersburg
Fruit Basket, The Largo
Fruit Bowl, The Miami Beach
Fruit Bowl, The Naples
Fruit Box, The Princeton
Fruit Circus, Inc. Miami
Fruit Fair. Inc. Miami Beach
Fruiteria, The Tarpon Springs
Fruitland Growers Fruitland Park
Fruitologist, The Miami
Frumkin of Florida Miami Beach
Fulford's Open Air Market St. Petersburg
Fullerton Groves Oak Hill
Fulton Grove Leesburg
Galleon Groves Lakeland
Garner's Indian River Fruit Co. Palm Beach
Garnett Groves Lantana
Gateway Gourmet Shop Ft. Lauderdale
Gatliff, Merle J. Bradenton
Gator-Land of Florida Delray Beach
Gator's Fruit & Gifts St. Augustine
Gaul Temple Groves Homestead
Gehrig's Fruit Shipping Service Hialeah
Gerinjo Groves Delray Beach
Gift Box, The Maderia Beach
Gift Fair Miami Beach
Gift Fair of Key West Key West
Gift Tree Shop Leesburg
Giftorama Marathon Shores
Gifts, Inc. Miami Beach
Gifts 'N Cards Lantana
Glaser's River Groves Alva
Goddard Gourmet Naples
Goheen Groves Lutz
Golden Fruit Grove, The Sarasota
Golden Gift Fruit of Florida, Inc. Orlando
Golden Gifts Miami Beach
Golden-Nugget Motel Lobby Shop Miami Beach
Golden Strand Gift Shop Miami Beach
Golk Groves Oak Hill
Gordy Groves Ft. Pierce
Grandway Discount Center Hialeah
Grant Co., W. T. Miami
Graves Fruit Stand, Tex Fruitland Park
Greene's of Hollywood Hollywood
Gi men's Gifts Tampa
Greenland Studios Miami
Grossenbacher Groves Lutz
Grove Mart Lutz


Location


Dealer











Growers Fruit Shipping of Miami Miami
Gulf Stream Fruit Co. Ft. Lauderdale
Gulfstream Pharmacy Delray Beach
Gulf Tower Gift Shop Haines City
Gus's Fruit BFazaar Miami Beach
H & H Foodmarket Miami
Hallstrom, Axel Vero Beach
Hammock's Fruit Stand Lake Worth
Handon Grove Odessa
Handy Dandy No. 1 Bradenton
Harper, Buford New Smyrna Beach
Harrell Candy Kitchens. Inc. Sarasota
Harrell, Ormond R. Lakeland
Harvey, George C. Palm Harbor
Hatcher's Orange Box DeLand
Hawaiian Tropical Drinks, Inc. Miami
Hawthorne Chocolates, Mary Coral Gables
Hayes Stop ,R Shop Palmetto
Henderson Groves Fruit Stand Palm Harbor
Henry's Citrus Groves, Dr. Homestead
Herman's indian River Fruits Pompano Beach
Herrick Grove'' Davie
Hia-Tropic Fruit: Coral Gables
Highlands' Fruit Co. Sebring
Highlands Grove Ocala
Hill Groves, J. S. Largo
Hillandale Growers & Packers Pierson
Hills Groves Clearwater
Hobby Grove Lutz
Hcbe Sound Citrus Center Hobe Sound
Hobkirk's Gro'ery & Fruit Zellwood
Hogan's Groves Moore Haven
Holiday House, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Holly's Health Ear Hollywood
Hollywood Fruit Shippers Hollywood
Home Food Shop Delray Beach
Home Fruit Co. Boca Raton
Homestead Air Base Post Exchange Homestead
Homestead Floral & Gift Shoppe Homestead
Hook, Gus North Miami
Horner Fruit Co., Jack DeLand
Hot Shoppes, Inc. West Palm Beach
House of Joys North Miami
Howard's Bonced Fruit Shippers Miami
Howard Preserving Co. Miami
Howle-Leighton, Iic. Vero Beach
Hull's Indian River Fruit West Palm Beach
Imbler, Clyde L. Brooksville
Imperial River Fruit & Gift Shop Bonita Springs
Indian River Froiit Co. Indian River City
Indian River Fruit Co. Miami
Indian River Fruit Fair Hobe Sound
Indian River Fruit Market St. Augustine
Indian River Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Indian River Grove Titusville
Ingram's Fruit & Gifts Ft. Pierce
Isabell's Fruil & Novelties Punta Gorda
Island Gift Shop Miami
Ivanhoe Lobby Shoppe Miami Beach
Jack's Courtesy Shop Miami Beach
Jack's Fruit Store Daytona Beach
Jack's Health Center West Palm Beach
Jamens Fruit Stand Boca Raton
Jan's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Jane's oi Orlando Winter Garden
Jean's Candy Shoppe Miami Beach
Jean's Restaurant & Fruit Shop Lake Worth
68


Dealer


Location










Jennings Hiway Lunch & Fruit Stand Bushnell
Jennings Jewelry Miami Springs
Jil's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
John's Sundry Shop Lake Worth
Johnny's Market Ft. Myers
Johnston. E. N. St. Cloud
Jr.hnstFo Fruit & Flower Shippers Delray Beach
Jcn thi Beachcomber Dania
Jcrdan Marsh Company Miami
Jovita Fruits San Antonio
Juice House Lake Worth
Julia's Sweet Shop Daytona Beach
Jungle Grove. Inc. Vero Beach
K's Gifts & Souvenirs Miami Beach
Kathy Keith Shops Miami Beach
K',nneoaw :' fruit Store Ft. Lauderdale
Kerr's Marine Survicc, Bob Winter Garden
Kersey Grove Clearwater
Kersey's. Inc. Palm Harbor
Key Colony Sundries Marathon Shores
King Cole Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
King Gift Sh ,. Merilyn Hollvwood
King's Tropical Fruits Boynton Beach
Kncliwood ciGroves. Inc. Palm Beach
Kokkcs, Charlie Miami
Kopel Produce, Harry Miami
Kotalkos, John R. Miami
Kresge Co., S. S Detroit, Mich.
Kublin Groves Homestead
L. S. Fruit IMarket Pompano Beach
La France Croves Homestead
L:ickey Fruit Shippers Miami
Lake Shore Groe Mt. Dora
Lance Flower Shop Miami
Land-O-Sun Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Lane. Harry J. Miami Beach
Lapre's Shell Station Zellwood
Lau Groves Melbourne
Lazzara's Courtesy Market Tampa
Le-Mac Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Lee's Gift Shop Miami Beach
Lee's Market Tampa
Lehigh Acres Sundry Store Lehigh Acres
Lentz Groves Jensen Beach
Leon the Fruit Man Orlando
Leonard Florist Miami
Lerov's Fruit Siand Lake Worth
Les Marc's Fruit & Gift Shop St. Augustine
Lester s luami
Lewis Fruit and Produce Boynton Beach
Lindy's Farm Hallandale
Littlefield's Groves Largo
Livingston Fruit Company Eustis
Log Cabin Groves Oak Hill
Long's Fruit & Gifts Haines City
Loyd's Place Cocoa Beach
Lucerne Hotel Sundry Shop Miami Beach
Lundy's Market, Inc. Miami Beach
McCarthy's Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
McCormick's Edgewater
McLain's Grove Clearwater
McLure's Groves Lake Placid
McVicars, Inc. Orlando
Maas Brothers, Inc. Tampa
Mac's Groves Sharpes
Mack's Orange Bowl Tarpon Springs
Mail Box, The Lauderdale-By-The-Sea


Dealer


Location










Maler's Edgewater
Mail Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Manatee C cle & Hobby Center Bradenton
Mann Fruit & Gilt Shop. W. A. DcLand
Manny's Ft. Pierce
Marblo Groves MIims
Marion's Best Fruit & Gift Shop Belleview
Marion's Fruit Shippers Miami
Mark, Fore &- Strike, Inc. Delray Beach
Markley & Co. Inc., Robert M. Miami Beach
Mary's Grove Goulds
Mattsen Fruit Stand Haines City
Maunz, Anna Hollywood
Maxcy Groves Sebring
May Department Stores Co., The St. Louis, Mo.
Merdowood Groves Lake Worth
Mcgan's Fruit Stand Jupiter
Moincke Gricves; Howey-In-The-Hills
Meissncr's Grove Punta Gorda
Mew, T. D. Pomona Park
Meyer Florist, Inc., Joe Miami Beach
Michaelson Grove Bradenton
Mickey's of Florida Ft. Lauderdale
Mike and Marian's Cocoa
Milcen's Gifts Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
Miller's Fruit end Produce Ft. Lauderdale
Miller's Produce Ft. Myers
Milton's Indian River Fruit Co. Palm Beach
Minncoia Gift Shop Minneola
Miannicks Gilt Shop Lantana
Modern Fr;it Shippers No. 1 Miami Beach
Modern Frail Shiopers No. 2 Miami Beach
Mom & Dad's Juice Bar Bushnell
Montgomrery Ward & Co., Inc. Chicago, Ill.
Moore's Giit Shop Winter Haven
Morgan's Fruit and Gift Shop Ft. Myers
Mott Groves Sebring
Moundgrove Fruit Co. Bunnell
Mueller. Pauj G. Merritt Island
Murphy Groves Alva
Myer's Fruit Shippers Palm Beach
N & W Gift & Fruit Palm Harbor
Ncal Forms Market Delray Beach
Ncisner Erothers, Inc. Rochester, N. Y.
Novel Grovx es Lutz
New Florida Fruit Gift Shop Lakeland
New Lox Box, The Miami Beach
Nichol's Garden Mart Delray Beach
Ninth Street Market Bradenton
Nordman Groves. Mrs. A. B. New Smyrna Beach
Nordman Grove, Henry B. New Smyrna Beach
Nottingham General Merchandise Clewiston
Ocala Fruit Products Ocala
O'Heir Fine Foods, Arthur Maitland
Ohio Market Palmetto
Oi' Dixie Fnrm Store, Inc Pomoano Beach
Old Island Trading Post Key West
One Stop Market, Inc. Tanrma
O'Neill's Tropical Fruit Shippers Coconut Grove
Opcn Air Market Bradenton
Orange Blossom Court Leesburg
Orange Bowl Gift Shop Ocala
Oran2q Firit Market Tarpon Springs
Orange Grove Center St. Petersburg
Orange House, The East Lake Weir
Orange Mill Dania
Orange Ranch Shop Orange Lake


Location


Dealer










Orre, Emil A. Nokomis
Owens Grove Indiantown
Palm Beach Stores Palm Beach
Palm Produce Market West Palm Beach
Pan American Lobby Shop Miami Beach
Pappy's Citrus Center Palm Harbor
Paradise Farms Miami
Park Market Ojus
Parramore's Fruit House Riviera Beach
Patane's Fruit Stand Clermont
Pattishall, Pat & Irene Orlando
Pearl's Gifts Miami Beach
Pete's Juice Bar Pompano Beach
Peter Pan Gifts Delray Beach
Petrie's Lauderdale Citrus Co. Ft. Pierce
Phillips Fruit Co. Miami
Pick 'N' Pack Fruit Growers Ocala
Pickard Groves Lakeland
Pico's Fruit Stand Ft. Pierce
Pine Acres Farm Miami
Pine, Edward C. New Smyrna Beach
Plaza Citrus Fruits Bonita Springs
Poinsettia Groves, Inc. Vero Beach
Policicchio Groves Merritt Island
Potpourri, Inc. Deerfield Beach
Pound's Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Poavers of Hollywood Hollywood
Princess Demay West Palm Beach
Quality Grove Lutz
Quinn's Fruit Stand Mims
Ray's Fruit & Gift Shop Holly Hill
Raymond's Sarasota
Reber, David A. McIntosh
Red's Market, Inc. Orlando
Reid & Reid St. Petersburg
Richard's Dept. Store Miami
Richmond, H. S. Maitland
Rickey's Fruit Clermont
Ridgewood Groves Boynton Beach
Rio Groves Jensen Beach
River Edge Fruit Co. Palmetto
Riviera Candies of Coral Gables Coral Gables
Roberts Gift Shop, Ken Coral Gables
Robson's Grove Stuart
Roth, Isabel Miami Beach
Rothman Fruit Shippers Miami
Royal Gifts Miami Beach
Royal Groves Miami
Royal Market, Inc. Hollywood
Royal Palm Market Miami Beach
Ruby's Gift Fruit Haines City
Rue De Rivera Candies South Miami
Rush's Fruit Ranch Ormond Beach
Rye's Gift Shop Ft. Lauderdale
Safari Motel Lobby Shop Miami Beach
Sahara Lobby Shop Miami Beach
Saint Leo Abby Saint Leo
Samann's Grove Bonita Springs
Sans Souci Fruit Shippers &
Gift Shop Miami Beach
Santa Lucca Grove Stuart
Santo, Frank Eagle Lake
Savoy Health Bar & Gift Shop Miami Beach
Schoenthaler. Marshall E. Winter Haven
Scobie, James W. Umatilla
Scutti's Fruit Shop Palm Beach
Sea Grape House Naples


Dealer


Location








Dealer
Sea Isle Fruii & Candy Shop
Sea Shore Gifts
Sea Spa Sundry
Sea View Fruit Shop
Sea-View Hotel Fruit Shop
Sears-Miami Citrus
Sears-Roebuck Co.
Select Fruit Co.
Seminole Fruit Shop
Sen-Mor Fruits & Flowers
Service Drugs
7-D's Card & Gilt Shop
Shamrock Isle Gift Shop
Shangri-La-Gift Shop
Shell Basket. The
Shell Factory. Inc., The
Shelley's Fruit Shippers
Shelly's, Inc.
Shepherd. C. V.
Shew Groves
Shuman Grove-
Sid's Juice Bar
Sia's Original Fruit Circus, Inc.
Silver Springs Fauit Shop
Simon Fruit Shippers
Simon Fruit Shop
Sims, Donald R.
Sk'i ays Motel Iobby Shop
Slater, J. L.
Slaton, Phillip B
Smeltzer's Groves
Smith, Fred Wm.
Smith's Fruit
Smith, Ivy
Smith. Paul J.
Snyder Citrus House
So-Not Fruit Shippers
So!omon Fruit S:ippers
Sorrremo Gift Shoppe
South American Souvenirs
Southern Fruit Shippers
Southern Palm Farms
St. Onge Grocer:y
Stancel Dear Fruit Products
Stanyvr's Grove & Gift Shop
Starke Fruit Co.
Starkey's Groves
Steinfeld Brothers Grove
Sterling Lobby Shop
Steve's Grove
Stevens Market
Stevens Markets. Inc.
Stewart's Gifts
Stop and Shop Curb Market
Stuckey's of Perry. Inc.
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppes
Studio Card Shop
Sugar Plum Shoppe. The
Suggs Fruit Market
Summerfield Nursery Co.. Inc.
Sun-Glo Groves
Sun Gold, In1c.
Suncresi Fruit Shippers
Sunken Garden Groves
Sunlan Groves
Su nny Grov:es


Location
Miami Beach
Lantana
Hollywood
Miami
Miami Beach
Miami
Miami
Palm Beach
West Palm Beach
Miami Beach
Delray Beach
Bartow
Miami Beach
Ft. Myers
Naples
Ft. Myers
Miami Beach
Dania
Orlando
Ft. Pierce
Orlando
Miami Beach
Miami
Silver Springs
Miami Beach
Delray Beach
Ft. Myers
Miami
Largo
Tavares
Vero Beach
Lake Worth
Estero
Stuart
Ona
DeLand
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Dania
Hobe Sound
Largo
Clearwater
Ft. Lauderdale
Orsino
Winter Beach
Miami Beach
St. Petersburg
Miami
Miami
Ft. Lauderdale
Miami
Perry
Eastman, Ga.
Miami
Winter Park
Sarasota
Weirsdale
Sparr
Miami Beach
Bradenton
Goulds
Hobe Sound
Hobe Sound










Sunny Isle Juice Bar and
Fruit Shipping Miami Beach
Sunshine Flowers, Inc. West Miami
Sunshine Juice Bar Maderia Beach
Sunshine Shop Safety Harbor
Supreme Gifts Miami Beach
Surfside Health Shop Miami Beach
Swann Grove Tampa
Swanson, Larry Winter Park
Sweeny's Hobby Gruve, Joe Lutz
Sweet Box, The Coral Gables
Sweet-N-Nut Shoppe St. Petersburg
Sylvia's Gifts Naples
Tangelo Shop, The Coleman
Tate's Pompano Beach
Taylor, Harry Miami Beach
Temple Fruit Shippers Lake Worth
Tenk, John A. Port Charlotte
Tennis & Beachwear Shop Ft. Lauderdale
Ter Marsh Groves Juno
Theldan's Palm Beach
Thing-Ama-Jigger, The Naples
Thomas Produce Co.. Inc. Jacksonville
Thunderbird Gift Shop Miami Beach
Thurston's Grove Clearwater
Tillis Groves Vero Beach
Todd's Fruit Shippers Coral Gables
Top Rankin Groves Merritt Island
Topaz Gift Shop, Inc. Miami Beach
Totempole Fruits & Souvenir Hilliard
Trasport Fruit Shippers West Palm Beach
Travel Fruit House Eagle Lake
Tre-Ripe Products Co. Punta Gorda
Treasure Island Fruit Treasure Island
Triangle Fruit Co. Largo
Triple "J" Market Bradenton
Tropic Groves Sparr
Tropical Bazaar, Inc. Sarasota
Tropical Fruit Center St. Augustine
Tropical Gift Mart, Inc. Miami Beach
Tropical Market Tampa
Tropical Pottery St. Augustine
Tropical Treats Fruit Shop Delray Beach
Tropicana Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Tuthill's Orlando
Twin Palm Punta Gorda
Van Ness Groves Hernando
Variety Grove Lutz
Vaughn Groves Umatilla
Venetian Pool Shoppe Coral Gables
Venusta Sisters Gifts & Fruit Shipper Hialeah
Vivian's Haines City
W & W Fruits St. Petersburg
Walgreen Company Miami
Walker's Packing House South Daytona
Ward's City 5 & 10, Inc. Pompano Beach
Ward, Charles W. Geneva
Wayside Juice Bar Pompano Beach
Wayside Packing House Mt. Dora
Wehle Plantation Stuart
Weiner's Fruit & Gifts Dania
West Coast Citrus Shippers Sarasota
West Sunrise Farmers Market Ft. Lauderdale
Whaley's Market Tampa
Whispering Pines Wildwood
White's Fresh Made Candies Miami Beach
White's Fruit & Vegetable Market Venice


Dealer


Location








Dealer
Williams Fruit Shippers
Williams Grove
Wilson's Fruit Market, Inc.
Wilson, H. Grady-Citrus Gardens
Winfield Gift Shop
Winn, Daniel T.
Wise Fruit Co
Wood, J. E.
Wooley's Fruit Stand
Woolf's Fruit Shippers
Woolworth Company, F. W.
Yeasel Products, H. E.
Ziegler's Fruit Market


Location
Miami Beach
Hobe Sound
Bradenton
Sorrento
Boca Raton
Stuart
Sarasota
Lakeland
Lakeland
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
St. Cloud
Edgewater









Licenses issued to Bond Exempt Citrus Fruit Dealers
under provisions of Paragraph 2, Section 601.61
Florida Statutes:


Dealer


Location


Barden, John E.
Bourn Packing Co., W. D.
Brooksville C. G. A.
Clearwater Growers Ass'n.
Consolidated Financial Corp.
Digiorgio Fruit Corp.
Duffy's
Dundee C. G. A.
Elfers C. G. A.
Eloise Groves Association
Florida Citrus Exchange and/or
Sealdsweet Sales, Inc.
Florida Orange Marketers, Inc.
Ft. Pierce Growers Ass'n.
Haines City C. G. A.
Lake Garfield Citrus Coop.
Lake Hamilton Coop., Inc.
Lake Wales C. G. A.
Lakeland Highlands Coop. Ass'n.
Lone Pine Tree Grove
Manatee Fruit Co.
Mt. Dora Growers Coop.
Oak Hill C. G. A.
Palm Harbor C. G. A.
Plymouth C. G. A.
Quality Orange Growers, Inc.
Riverfront Groves
Roper Growers Coop.
Slough Growers Cooperative
South Lake Apopka C. G. A.
Umatilla C. G. A.
Vero Indian River Producers Ass'n.
West Coast Growers Cooperative
West Orange C. G. A.
Winter Garden C. G. A.
Winter Garden Citrus
Products Coop.


Interlachen
Ft. Pierce
Brooksville
Clearwater
Sebring
Ft. Pierce
Mims
Dundee
Elfers
Winter Haven

Tampa
Winter Park
Ft. Pierce
Haines City
Bartow
Lake Hamilton
Lake Wales
Highland City
Seffner
Palmetto
Mt. Dora
Oak Hill
Palm Harbor
Plymouth
Dunedin
Vero Beach
Winter Garden
Dade City
Oakland
Umatilla
Vero Beach
Dade City
Winter Garden
Winter Garden

Winter Garden









Express Shippers who filed Performance Bonds
to advertise "As Bonded Shippers or Bonded
Dealer." Sec. 601.641-Citrus Code: x Denotes ship-
pers requesting certificates as provided by F.C.C.-
Regulation No. 31, Sec. 3 issued to these Dealers.


Name


Location


x Airport Groves Tallevast
x Allen's Fruit Shippers Hollywood
x Angelilla's Florida City
x Athens Tropical Fruits & Novelties Miami Beach
x Bagdad Gifts, Inc. Miami Beach
x Balee's Fruit Shippers Lauderdale-By-The-Sea
x Bell, Fred Indian River City
Bel-Aire Fruit Co., Inc. Miami
x Bilgore & Co., Inc., David Clearwater
Biscayne Groves Miami
x Blackwelder, Parley Lake Hamilton
x Bourn Packing Co., W. D. Ft. Pierce
Brill's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
x Broward Fruit Company Ft. Lauderdale
x Capri Fruit Shippers & Gifts, Inc. Miami Beach
x Carl's Fruit Stand Thonotosassa
x Cashion Fruit Company Ft. Pierce
Colbert Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Cravero Fruit & Produce, Joseph Miami
Dallas Park Grocery Miami
Dorn Fruit & Vegetable Co., Inc. Miami
x Dupree, Earl Miami Beach
Edward's Fruit Stand Ft. Ogden
x Epstein Fruit Market, Sam Miami Beach
x Everglades Fruit Shippers Miami
Farm Market, The Miami
x Fausts Miami Beach
Fisher's, Bill Hialeah
x Forest Fruit Shippers Ft. Pierce
x Frank's Fruit Shoppe Belleview
x Fruit Bowl, The Naples
x Fruit Box, The Princeton
Fruit Circus, Inc. Miami
x George & Frances Fruit Shoppe Hollywood
Gift Fair Miami Beach
x Gift Fair of Key West Key West
x Goddard Gourmet Naples
x Greyside Fruit Company Vero Beach
x Growers Fruit Shipping of Miami Miami
Gulf Stream Fruit Company Ft. Lauderdale
x Hammock Groves and Florida Citrus
Tower Groves Tavares
Hawaiian Tropical Drinks, Inc. Miami
x Howard's Bonded Fruit Shippers Miami
x Igler's Orange Grove, Math Ft. Lauderdale
Indian River Fruit Company Miami
Indian Fruit Shippers Miami
x J's Fruit & Souvenirs Thonotosassa
Jack's Courtesy Shop Miami
x Jan's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Jil's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
x Johnson, Floyd Ft. Pierce
x Key Groves Ft. Lauderdale
x King Brothers Citrus, Inc. Parrish
x King's Tropical Fruit Boynton Beach
x Land O'Sun Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
LeMac Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
x Lester's Miami
x Lone Pine Tree Grove Seffner
x Loveland Groves, Inc. Edgewater









x McSurley Groves Ft. Pierce
x Mack's Groves, Inc. Dania
x Manny's Ft. Pierce
x Mariana Grove. Inc., The Ft. Myers
Marion's Best Fruit and Gift Shop Belleview
Marion's Fruit Shippers Miami
x Meyer Florist, Inc., Joe Miami Beach
x Orange Mill Dania
Owen, John Fruit Shippers Miami
x Palm City Fruit Shippers Ft. Myers
x Patio Fruit Shop Ft. Myers
x Pine Acres Farm Miami
x Port Fruit and Juices Ft. Lauderdale
x Pete's Juice Bar Pompano Beach
x Pulitzer Groves Ft. Pierce
x Royal Groves Miami
x Russell's Fruit Juice Co., Inc. Miami
x Savoy Health Bar & Gift Shop Miami Beach
Scott Fruit Company Ft. Pierce
x Sea View Hotel Fruit Shop Miami Beach
Sears-Miami Citrus Miami
Shelley's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Simon Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
x Southland Fruit Shippers Dania
Spyke's Groves Ft. Lauderdale
x Starke Fruit Company Ft. Lauderdale
x Studio Card and Stationery, Inc. Miami
x Sunripe Fruit Shipper Miami
x Supreme Gifts Miami Beach
x Tamiami Fruit & Produce Market Bradenton
Tate's Pompano Beach
x Tomoka Fruit Packers, Inc. Ormond Beach
Trasport Fruit Shippers West Palm Beach
Tropical Fruit Shippers Sarasota
x Tropical Gift Mart. Inc. Miami Beach
x Tropical Treats Fruit Shop Delray Beach
Underdown Groves Melbourne
x Vachon Groves, Inc., A. Ft. Pierce
x Waverly Growers Cooperative Waverly
x Wells Groves Tavares
Williams Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
x Wise Fruit Company Sarasota
x Wray's Flamingo Orange Groves.
Floyd L. Ft. Lauderdale


Name


Location