Title: Florida clearing house news ..
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 Material Information
Title: Florida clearing house news ..
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 31 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Association
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Publication Date: March 1, 1929
Frequency: semimonthly (irregular)
 Subjects
Subject: Citrus fruits -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- Sept. 1928-
General Note: "Official publication of the Florida citrus growers clearing house association."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00086639
Volume ID: VID00011
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 01306261
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Iti' Iplhwe oiT the- districts
14ity' "Hall, Winter Haven;
Ie .fo6f"Commerce. Tampa;
aileesburq;- Chamber of
e DeLaind; ,Chamberi :of
", Orlindo; Court' ,Hosie,
eacb) i C6dot rHouse, -Arcadia.
eis-.of- the,, Advisory Com-
a't bhe chosen: at regional.
Sdijfferefit points in the
doifncts. Sch regionlmeet-
.een 'arranged -in each
y testo.be held during the
-Mhirii 1. -to 21, inclinive.
Egni meeting wif .ij n
i4^n^f-gflflf6mftogthe
onrocituis problems and
addressed by1 leaders in the
in. -that f tiese prdilems
dial interest to all growers-
ieiibbrs:. 'df the Clearipg
ap-d i'non-menmbers-effort .is
"de-to- have-all growers at-
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#re `fr nominations for the
r-co mmitte- has been out-
eNt e.e Tebtion committee as

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ter -Havelq;Th Tr Tho4mfion,. i-
tqi Has.enj W. R. Hil-Wiiter
Haven; Jaimes .C. Mprtonz AbuAnb -
dale;Jon D. Clark,,Wver
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District Twobi Director J.ames T
Swanin Tamp -.- .,... ,:'"-, .- .-.
. Members of Advsobry..Committee
R. p. Clewis,-Tampa; C._W ..Lyns,
Tampa; C. C. Wiggin, Plant ity;
Harry Jackson, Lutsz; C. -A. Free-
man,-Lithia; H. H. Constantite, Jr.,
Clearwatert J.. S. Taylor,; Lago.C..
E. Jackson,i Palik Harbor.-'E'. -"- :
District .Three-T Diirjctor Wil M
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son, Dade;: City-3Bc reva-t'Ta
vares;-WC-LDa uelEstis, Alfed
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-March -i' Oin thit date th'e rto4 1iQlk l -018,.
%ioveiientzf-or the season; scord iied citu~s, 48
into. Associated Press figures a6,6S cars
plied by the railroads, w as 36j128. saei te" this s
carisagainst-a. Clearing House esti- or nearly 10;0QO'cahs
iatie of 55,321 cars for the' sason. season's shipments '
-'Up to -March1 --the Assoeiated .''
Press' reported that 18,964 cars- of .
.ranges had been transported; 14,- DISP.AY. AT- J IL
i79 cafs of -grapefruit; and 2285 ,
cars of tangerinei. Various o
2The Clearing-House estimate for now are contri
the rdpi is: oranges .30,700. cars; State Dearentit
grapefruit-22,275 cars; tangerines, exhibit in the Jale
'2446 cars.-' :- the fruit& -and
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.26. 12,248 2;74 3,778.. 2.94X:.-.
27 119045 -2.64 4,343 2.89,
28 10,895 2.60 -4,850 .7.1
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S 14 :-2,321 3.04 2,469 -
S -978 8. 3.43 -2,119 ;- .'.
+- 18 2,42'1 3.07 2.32;899 .-
S19 1,487 3.10-. 1,889 .. -2.9', .
2 NoAuction today. ..
21--- 4,305 3.09 - ,0o2 .
26 5,795l 2.84. -894,9 2.
: -26 8,37-76 2.86 3,8
22 1,714 2.86 -- 5679 8. '"
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13 2,704 -$2.62 .1,95. $2.51
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15 2,423 2.49 1,508 2.54
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"i. 'L_ i "n"c t "- M),i'-i." 'Ap-.8
bloom,^fob ca.L ,a. rn.
Bordeap.. plui '.pcent o.
-.44iinkegjlphur. ^Eht ap~ud?
peail ~ind, -Plm f_ Spray. am
witli lead ,argerate to t con'iol
curcedIio (wornmness).- gan
Turn. .under winter cover cro
and' all disea ed -atair:il' to as-
sist "i-j.He control .f. scab;, -D-
not, set trees after March 'o'
Sidi graffsnamiy.be putnarsin oor
as bark will slip, but hip bads
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of- grapefri t left. In other Woirds,
the 4-unshippred fl,;00 I'ca.rs ofo-
anges and 9..00 caris of giifrii.
making 20,000 ears yet to go 'o'-
ward, make ;a total .crop _of 561)00
cars,- which- is higher thani' ost-are
now esfintima g on.' accoufiitt'ti he
constantly-increaseing prcenlta .o0
waste and drop in all variletes.- :.
Ever. Distribtiob u DifRficlt
"Using. these aunn figures,
our grapefruit ishjiment at 800~cars
a week would be inoved, by- the flrst
of' Jin e-.Bec~iae of the los-t by.


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advertising campaign C assifym
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fruit, -goVeinmi fnt fires show 99
cars of grapefruit ishipped- o -th
we 'w iSiv--,ebri uary~ 2nd; 81
cars the wedk -following; 860 fo
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of iork oni the otbf yo"ur r"B.ii
za'itnowirill"be a great }el m in ;
irng this te in the position t right-
full deserves .. .'' -
'iion ia e m best wishes forcon-
.tiied success..
i. Cordially- ours,
ia Retail Merchants' Apn.,
A; .N.,-Brady, President.


S.Miami, Fl~Feb. 7; 1929.;
i ":;," .,ro w e r s. r
leading Houe Ass cateion ... .-
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entleme.: -
Allow me to congratulate you oon
the full page advertisement inithe
*,Ladies'- Home Journal of tlhieFei
mariy, 1929, issue.. .-
This;. tpe of advertising- means
miiui to-EIorida. .It'is not onlyf at
tractive aind wellH gotten. up, but.is.
initrictfve, and should Bring a-re-
tirii that will make the expenditure
anal in 'omparison.
I' sincerely hope you .will -on-.
tilnue-to rin these ada every-moni
tis:fiteresting to note the compari-
son-be4tween the' -Florida, ad "ihd
that ;b -fheCalifornia Frut.'" o?
ers&Assoeiation. Their raisi:ad
very fine but their citrus ad is i -
ing in- omparison with that-oflor;
ida. '
.-" write you not only as a ceit
x ecuflve; ..vitPy, interestiedt.in.ei
fitfuire growthof Florida, but asya
oirner of *a 20-acre grove. ,
Cordiilly yours,
Miami Credit Bureau, Inc.,
Frank G. Hathaway,
th. 'Ok-.A qz l br....A-lr ,. .


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