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: July 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: VID00019
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 - 01306261
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iS of- such important data p
oiight-together and complete- r
did insuch a-short tihe as v
jl. 4t,thebrequiest of.the Di-
Sthe, Clearing Hrouse when o
id charts were prepared t
Waishifgton conference. p
Se. combined from- both h
i House and the Grow- t
ipers' League with fur- s
ritaft help from the Ameii-
lt.rowers and Chase & Co., g
rlbeing' "done under the w
ibn of,A. M. Pratt, Jr n
f.. n_ ., E.L.iWirt .' u
"r^whic^h.w. -akeei to t
iton and presented and ex- s
Xtl- Secretary Arthur M. t
Ih1e Dppartment of Agricul- c
E: CGL. Marlatt, Chief Plant c
EiUneand Control Admin- v
M ..Walter G. -Campbell, r
fi.'7legulatory Work; Sen- t
n'U.; Fletcher and Con-
Ih -Bran Owen, con-
iglebs".Awith a- running F
itipamng each table. The t
1.i4io course, was refer- e
fnleMitet aniean fly-quar- d
Splel-B sowing beyondd f.
yd~t!.h'6w lfar-reaipchih
Lcuqedqences -Flori .t
np6gram was.
riionm part read 'a h
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ed thai; t* o I.u-
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se-ebeen lestab- ;
'r. zone being r
r-t*ni- infesta'- t
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axpenspe o!. production *ithd^t the
rivilege of AiarkeWgthiso'ind
oeichantable ,-ruit iii aecodaiice
with usual commercial practice; -'.
"The Quarantine Act,' t oie fre,r
operates, not so much for the pro.-
ection of.the owners, as for the
protection of' all. agriculturall 'Ad'
horticultural interests over .tl en-
ire United, States'agains an.,tpos.3
ability odffly.infestaipn '"-, ,
"It- is proposed tiat though d9
rower may plant host ,vegetables
within the present zone three and
ot be in conflict with exiting' rp-
lations, State o Feral,y i
hlf dferminatin4 'oft'an infestati
o as. to bring his propeities:within
he limits of -zone one or two, his
rop would immediately be destroy-
d if in zone one. If in zone two,-it,
would be destroyed if it .wbold
each- susceptible i-iaturity dtir0iig.
he'host-free period. '
"Therefore in view of the`ahbove,
Towers and-a .alli ed idultris' of-
loridq, for the purpose 6f .showing;
he importatie -of th. Bfruit'and q ieg-
table.idus~tries in Floridaand,.the.
irect:* aid. indirect" *losses-.,resiltimig
romin -the enforcement of- qtdirap-
ie :rem nations. do hereby submi1
he followin,- exhibits:' ., , '- ;
Af 6ershiowing th 31. diferet ex-
ibits-with the. specific- comment on,
ach one0, a s.immary of :the..brief-
repared by--General: Manager Pratt,
ras then presented as follow :, .
"Summarizing the f6regoingi .we.
espettfiJl1y ;call' your atentioni to
he facts that-70 percent of the-to-
al bearing iti. treeB are 'in 17
outiies severtely 'estiiited by qual-
ntine.ire ilatibhns-eoveri one's :I
nd-2.'.. '- .
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Wmeibers of:1
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SDr. ..Marlhtt's- :.ac
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who extended the ibtitationtbat be
uld be glad to meettelori
grwer era 'inext-"'e ",- "
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formeCr '.on__ o4 il wi re-' -
side --at the' meeting :: D.t, 'lo
Newell issroner 'ottiStai
'PIlitf. Io Ih'S ;is -va
.litit: . j, o- f,
-alas is exeoed.~ b e atte nda
'dress -the',eeti.. $1
'. ideit -9 A..G
ial 'Mhnjger #^M4 rs wi ^
tepbort atte, meet, a ndh
Chhin Za -6fI;4ieC6.^tte.,
Fift;j d- -. -L -
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Hou"e !s,:openg. ithe i
Theatre t6o-the puBlid .and;)gr I
hiefibers sr--,urgbd %&*i*
Special' -A
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etablesshall there- "An average of 77.per cent of io or 47'63
Sto develop to sus- total citrus shipments during the da nu l
maturity or to re- past few years come from: c. eivkaina i ie.r-
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STABLE N 6O
lrgo' States 1924-25 95-.2-26 : 192.6-2AT.- 1927-28 C
S- ____ 688 623 638s:L-.r' 4 39
a. ___ 129 43 .42 "' 5 20. '- ro
org-ia -- . "1,005 1,332 1,509 '- 825-., 9.; 83
isian 255 139 17f. 3. r :l
ii 272 "- 238 O 09 166
t rbH .. : 430 . 583 453 .'4 '468;. 81or .t,7588t
_, 10 - 4. 1 2 .
i nrola jn & 291 565 613 456 ,"" .69 g'..6698 .: '
nnen ee 443 730 7.06. ,515 142 2 586-
as 1--- 14 59 -58 1
id 3- ny-%nc
, .. --- 9 - -- "-- ha'"
,h.gt bn 1i' S .... '-% \.. aI-": i '. '
''3,641 4,312 4,394 3- 0 9 ; 43 ,
r:Zo .ie. 2:
ctct 517 382 239 *. 266 .- .
aIware.- 33 .20 31 -. 19. -11 -a-n-
iict.:of .Columbia_ 286 317- .349 .: 89 ',86 ne'
e,: 85 53 43 31 3 -t.. t er
-l d _- 664 751 684. 5 : -, 1
uh etts._ 1,7-12' 1,481 1,244- -- ; 90
amphire 32 4 3 .1. -. Bdid,
.Aersey-_ 100 67 C, .. 43. : '60,i
fYr kko.. 4,605 4,646 . 4,026 2,866
and 210 188 194. 1 ., .; ';.-.. Sf -
l _-' 13 .2 . 21 : i. -... *- '
-."ta1. 10,880 10,701 ". 9,770 6,87 -' i 2 '
'erS es .4,s718 4,438 -' ,205: 3 ,286 $-:j 6 o,
d 'o.tal. 19,239 -19,488 '18869- 1 226-''.p 64
g FPer ar to-Embargoed States" 21. -
~dr YeA7r o.-Zdne'2 Destination Stats.aL 55. "% -p-. ri
i iYei Wall Other States 3 Ba
& "' Y'ar"to entire U... S. -" : 1 : .r:l e
anger esiare included as oranges in seasons I& 2-5f's 925-2r. i1926-2.' .'
t&iiicdde Savannah. - ...
.:'trictly co-operati-momsiti op s.p
f .^-.. h 'rus gio ersP wi Vt .l o tb o -i po.ob- ana p i .ti e
"I ''r, 'N"':
tives, .vizby t a he ned therun i
.' .. gradrnaid iax liing ol da zcit- and every grow
4a y:.! J .:- '"To- itierease.tB t -tid d-friuit'i e,& 61(IerNe t
os ifthe oap o]

s grower, re- e rice
to~the attention of the the shipping season by.e.trol ing ... e.. --,
pnthough i letter sent to .the quantify of. ruit se~to. -iet -p....; ".pa
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' Juin$. 15'th, this
xruB iaurmgi-ne a.o L
74tpep- centbof tjE
hiri bta -.A. tablde
rcenfagj iioved -hy
nibesi~ was- included
*esinted govemrmetn
Cliearimg_'H olse dler-
istainecof Is' Wash-
'kin'." reimbursement

acbm, paying the
Iued herewith, the
rmcl adng the two-
im May 31st to June


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STABLE ,2 OfF EXHIBITJ-.', :
N u. mber Estimated :' Estimated EstLiqite
County clearing 4' 'Per Cent' Trees Per oe4
T'. rees Zone. 1. Zone1 Z Z c .t
!irevard __ .703,492 90 6.3,143' .-l'60
Clay --. -6,183 .
Duval. '15,497 1 155
,Flagler 17,922 0
Hillsborough- : 827,400 0 _, 5
Lake .1,251,890 35- 438,162 100
Marion 395,861 5-' 19,793 25
Orange' 1,638,487 90 1,474,638 4100
Osceola '188,884 10 18,888 90:;
Psco *271,283 0 ..2
Pijellas,_ 814,664 5 40,733 7:
Polk 4,917,466 5 245,873 80 :
Putnam 294,663 15 44,199 '7",i:\
Seminole '_" 314,398 70 220,079 100
;St- JoThms' . &6,1p6 -91 6' 386. ,- 0
Sii. -.88,993 10 8,899 :
Vlua 691,054- 60 414,682' :. 1
S Total 17 .. .
G unties -12,474,243 3,592,050 "
eTotal bearing 3
.trees f,or .
State 17,685,000. ,
Total .bearing -
.acres 276,328 56,125
:'Per cent.-o f
-State- hi 17- E t 6
Counties 70% 20%
Estimated Acres Zone 3-124,127. Estimated ata 6
; 'TABLE 21ove shows the num- in Zones?-f 'ind.
hber of' bearing trees ,and bearing trees anid a a
acres, calculated- it an 'average of must neges
64 .t-ee: was iadg,,in-
64 trees. erae, located. in Zoned istciian forced e'
,,, and 2, as well-as the;balaiice-of Qrlando.' Te'rf
tier Sta.t The talee sliowk aiso6 the ciernt'iw-^Q^-^ t
.perceaiage;. of b earig l trees. jad .these;.filres. a re
acres,'iZo~ie 1, and the pererif age as canzbh


ling.. Hose are primarily .thosdov-
.erilig ,orderly, distribution f, the
.crop 'by .prope-' jntelligenitreg ula-
.tions'as to shipments from week to
ivwek by its shippers and growers,
and similar regulations as to proper


'duitry',of tbh'te:
n.ecesiary to',fu
problems_ to %rpf
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Winter HIveni
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'because, we have emphatically PioL
h ,inecessity df-clean-up :work; -;
'rtse -co-ppeiated so enthusias- faciti
be.tPlant.Board and 'he F,ed- _-
ii;t seems ..as .if some growers ter
F'Wave the impression that th
: leaning House aid the Plant agali
z Q 'o ,d' are practically the tonia
-saae0 thing. -:. : evidc
;s'. asY unfair' to te Pl'nt
onsieAtwith the purposes. :hru
.&,Ou uty. s u Atrictly brou
e t .r greatest.;ipOssHieln' ] alal
^ groers of Floirida .ith io
ise. of idoiTg everything Foiri
e'it~ sis1 ...the.indius vi
b tam int-rom

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At*zbm Fnn I- -binteinmon;n o thswi ac
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Jjne 3V vj g qt';


uarinE-Hodse


IMP g-s-oqeportz
ant, e.arkets .pen,. orgat-'
q theiA .id4 -.ande carry. it i for-
raid Itoy f! tn.jwhe:'ri-i will lie,
even "mboe i;D btrtant-than it i' to-
'.-"There~ is ~oppo ity. ahead fo
te"iiustry and.'nd dis-ster if-.we
ely,.do thbosetiing..it is perfectly
odbiius we should Idb.
.-"If.- he gr6wderi of the state band
tgether- ir .aas troiig association,
they willfibid tli. solution to most of
their .troubles,""
' General Manager A. M. Pratt
also' expressed his pleasure at the
action takeqn ,by 'Gentile Brothers.
RN e.`aj,"entile Brotheras.have-
Se en x2e 1a'rge, grower-shipper,
Who otlAs rii oreit6 "ore0 joined the
bCearing Hous.- It .,i- now reason-
able to '.exiect'the Cleiing House
to represent in "its -'emibership 90
per eebt of he. industry. Florida is
to'be cobingratulated on its. sensing'
So conipletely.the necessity of team-
work."-m **'
' ,C'Chase of'Chase & Company,

Sipper-Members
' Of 'Associatiion
Acme iit Cbo.- --- t..,Pierce
Adrds Packing Co.-Aburndale
Alexnlder :& -dai _- _Bereaf d
ricTat uDistribi ;T...
"'- -' aJealsonille
America gFPruit G er '-rlnd
ATristront F.. C.' 'Plmdt
1Bigore, rDavid, Co. :'-Cl ea
Blake, Ellis G a vHge
Bredow, F. W~ .--Gle'niybod
Biirch, R.W., InPc.L -PlantCi
Carey, G. A. Inc._ i City
artlele, -W. C. Crescnt-City
Cliiindler-Dairis' Co. land
Chise & Co.'," "Orlando
DeLand Packing Co.___ DeLand


otbie.saing iar'le,
sad "The nis
Ciftriis-Gr~6dR&s,.C1?
'tract by-Genthle'
gr*eriia shim
aiiotheir'lirge -ld
-additibiiaf-',stieg*.
counsel "aid' 'su~ji
uent experiiei'd~ f
'I',
Cleaing House [
Memkbeishfb!I


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S~~-~H' 'ECREA;S, th F'loridat itra G e l J .ing;li
y-n sciation composed of growers --orida ci' r.-1"
,:-Florida; and has for its purposes to probyie coQletec-ive
-to distribute the same among the'various-markets,'t
Maybe marketed, to piroyide for grading nd ca
ilmpd tjierefor,.to.do such other things an may
-Yi, ;ctrims ruits by tie promotion of higher Btandrds Jthe p
' suchh other measures as may be Advantageos O.growe-Y
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SWHEREAS the undersigned (hereinaftei refeif Q
.jomwith members- of the Florida Citrus Gr6werC Ain
oi tWhrfos in coEdeS, iion of the mtual cve
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e.- -Grownd ag trees es:
S..il-'.'. '.(a)em ked, t lproide t ifru ig pradced, a ,,'-d
'.... teri eor ,'e.
.i (b). That Gowero sch all b, iound by such rlea eg
s 'i'tkingirtadig byand marketing of citns friiet dnlayr'jl
a':'ier autheroiy conferred by the Board Itagf ectos.'owf'
w J(C) That the Association imayprovde-forie.o
Mn of h citrus fruit. ,
.i .:SThat the.Association maimake
-ieas.on;. a nifomben chargeper bbx brits gr uierslent, th
F4 o-Kthrfore Aoin action befo f the b megiminlof steh ni<
; Wor los i maintenance,;cndiict. d'-per tin .
(e-'That Grower wiil submitoi foebersp mi aniha,
ueted .By it, froinm time tiin, covering the.'proi tio.
ab esimonit .by2'sizep that will be availkblre sta give

S'4. hat' GrAwei rill' Pt mpy ridtify- "he ,O
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