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Title: Orange blossoms
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Title: Orange blossoms
Alternate Title: Orange blossom
Physical Description: 25 v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Publisher: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association,
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Publication Date: September 1943
Frequency: irregular
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Oranges -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Oranges -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1, (May 1942)-v. 25, no. 8 (Nov. 1967).
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 16 repeated in numbering.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086633
Volume ID: VID00009
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 45618176
lccn - sn 00229153

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Vol. 2, $o. 5 Orlando, florida September, 1943


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BOMhBR C3AMP0 l OAI BEU S 8 00UCI IST1
CONCUSION

A great fleet of 200 1lyiag Frtresses, each inscribed "Plorida Uitrus Baber",
has boee mAe poss ible to throw e purchase of $65,000,000 ia war boads and stamps
by the ietrus groewers i the 0 oeeutie of the elorids citrus belt. The original
goal of $9,000,000 was surpass aer than s*ven times asoordin to aunemmemat
by John A. SaToly, Jr., of Winter Seave, presieait of the nlorida Oraage esttial,
which spouored the six months indutry beod selling oempaign, eadin with August.

The Wated States Treasury saA the 1 Army Air Oorp hare agreed that it reoog-
aliiti of this ashievemt, oeeh beber purehas with l7ortAn eitras mr6ey shall
be 4ar iTld 1orlo Oltrus embora*,. h bombers will bear .speial intignia seh as
*oortie r 1tfruit, 'Ophelia Orangea 1illie tagelosn "Llul Lim-e, ad other
appropriate naseo. It is planed to launch each borbr with a bottle or orsage or
grapefruit juaie which the florida eltras industry is producing emolsively for
V# 3. Armed torees a d Allies abroad.

Tour Assootation, thr ug the splendid eo-operation of its meabes, had a part la
this campaign. e each of you who bought bonea or asarsto In d ay vay, we wish to
press our approee tion aln we are hoping this soampai is Just a b glarnai of the
boads to be purchase with Floris itras returns.

WVove made a good start so leot* keep ivestia eour eitrus dollars In war bonds
to speed the day of victory i


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"Stop! He's going to invest in war bonds!"





FINANCIAL STATEMENT
June 30, 1943

ASSETS:
Cash on hand and in banks.............................. 23,90785
Loans, to members, less provision of $3,059.47 for
estimated losses.. ................................. 260,536.06
Government Bonds government guaranteed.............. 242,800.00
Interest earned on loans and bonds, but not yet re-
ceived, less provisions of $368.15 for estimated
losses for interest on loans........................ 6,608.58
Accounts Receivable.................................... -0-
Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment....................... 1,041.85
War Stamp Fund & Other Assets........................... *0
Total Assets $534.9443

DEBITS:
To the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank, for money
borrowed, and for interest not yet duoe......... ......164,331.30
Undisbursed Proceeds of Loans......................... 4,321.06
Victory Tax Withheld and other Accounts Payable......1...0.. 34
Total Debts .

NET WORTH:
Non-Voting Stock, Class A!
Owned by Production Credit Corporation of Columbia....$186,000.00
Owned by Investing Members............................ 10,570.0
Voting Stock, Class B: Owned by Voting Members......... 63,680.00
Reserves built up from earnings as protection to mem-
bers 2 investment. ................................... 95,692.39
Total Net Worth (Amount Assets Exceed Debts) 3

INCOME AND EPENSE
January 1, 1943 through June 30, 1943
INCOMEt
Interest earned on loans to members....................$ 9,446.21
Loan Service ees. ................................. 1,597*25
Interest on ond...... .................... 1975
Total Income $ 14.241.0

OPERATING EXPENSE:
Interest on money borrowed from Intermediate Credit
Bank of Columbia........................... ........$ 2,686.30
Directors' Expenses..................................... 239.15
Executive Committee Meetings........................... 125.00
Office Salaries and Travel......................... 4,740.09
Field Salaries and Travel.............................. 3,180.65
Legal Expense.............................. 75.00
Rent, Light and Heat................................... 458.0
Postage, Telephone & Telegraph.......................... 50.94
Stationery, Supplies and Printing....................... 467.11
Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment Expense............ 18.85
Insurance and Bonding ................................. 102.34
Annual Meeting Expense. ................................ 121.05
Miscellaneous Expense................................... 2950
Total Operating Expense $ 13,060.31

RECOVERIES ON LOSSES AND REDUCTION IN PROVISION FOR
ESTIMATED LOSSES.................. ................ .$ 5,558.44
NET EARNINGS................ ......................$ 6,739.17








PING O P WUITH YOUR ASSOCIATION
ITS PRSOIL AND MEMBERS .........


fhe many friends acquaintances of our president, Mr. Bullis, will be happy to
hear he is mproviag after having been ill recently .... all of us join in wishing
his a speedy recovery .... Your representative, Mr. J Milehaha has just returned
from a very pleasant vacation spent in New York ...he is refreshed from the trip
ana all ready to make that inspection for you .... Miss Grace Harrison, bookkeeper
for your Association, is expected back to her doek this week after having completed
her vacation .... It is always a pleasure to have our members call by the office for
a visit and we have been pleased to' see many of them lately .... come on in when you
are in Orlando .... Growers in general report prospects of a good crop of fruit this
fall .... generous mid-summer rains have been very beneficial .... If you have a news
item that would be of interest to your fellow-members, how about sending it in ...
Most grower-ambers are making the best use of increased income by making future pay-
Ments on long-term debts and investing in War Savings Bonds .... buy some from your
Association today.
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AGRICULTURAL LABOR


The great responsibility of supplying agricultural labor has been placed in the hands
of the Etension Servicee and the county agents will need all the assistance growers
can give them in carrying out a satisfactory program. The results of this endeavor
and the success you have in securing the labor you need for this season will depend
largely on the way you co-operate.

If you are employing farm labor and find that your present supply is not sufficient,
work out your schedule as nearly as possible for the months to come. When you have
outlined your needs, go to your county agent and he will register your request. He
is working on a list of available labor and you can help by directing any unemployed
farm workers you know of to register in his office. By means of the requests for
workers aad the list of available employees, labor will be distributed in an attempt
to avert a shortage.
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