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8-Palm Beach Post, Friday. Nov. 22, 1968 Child Fatally Struck Playing At Highway Supreme Court Upholds Celery, Sweet Corn Act 4TH ANNIVERSARY SALE CASUALS LAST THREE DAYS FRIDAY-SATURDAY-MONDAY SAVE 25-60 By IZ NACHMAN Glades Bureau Chief BELLE GLADE - Sweet corn and celery growers won a victory Wednesday when the Florida State Supreme Court overruled a Palm Beach County Circuit Court order that termed the marketing act for the commodities to be unconstitutional. According to Wayne Hawkins, general manager of both the sweet corn acid celery advisory committees, the ruling by the high court makes legal the "marketing laws constitutional and permits the regulations concerning grade, quality standards, uniform inspection, advertising and promotion programs, and the collection of assessments to fiance their activities." The appeal was made by Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner, after the lower court had ruled in favor of Joe Hat-ton. Inc.. Pahokee. and others that filed the original suit in PRE-TIUIIKSGIVING now 5-MO NOW 3 - 9 now 3 ,or 1 0 NOW ij PRICE NOW i2 PRICE NOW 5 - '10 DRESSES COTTONS, WOOLS REG. TO 36.00 SKIRTS REG. TO 16.00 BLOUSES ROLL AND SLEEVELESS REG. TO 8.00 KNIT TOPS SOLIDS AND STRIPES REG. TO $16.00 SLACKS COTTON, STRETCH, WOOL REG. TO 19.00 SWIM SUITS 1 AND 2 PIECE STYLES REG. TO 30.00 Li la o SOUTH BAY - A small child, apparently playing alongside busy highway 27. was instantly killed here Thursday at the intersection of SE Third St.. according to Police Chief J. C. Andrews. Travis Blankenship. 3, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blankenship. of SW Second St. and Second Ave., suffered a crushed skull when the northbound auto being operated by Luther Gordon Croft. 36. of 7503 Club Road. Baltimore. Md., hit him as he dashed onto the highway from the east shoulder. Florida highway patrol trooper G. L. McLain. who was patrolling the area, assisted Andrews in the investigation along with sheriff's det. George Suttle. Croft said he was driving Hit-Run Victim In 'Good' Shape DELRAY BEACH - McAr-Ihur Hinson, 24, of 201 SW Fifth Ave. was listed by Be-thesda Memorial Hospital officials as in "fairly good" condition Thursday afternoon with multiple abrasions and contusions after being struck by a hit-and-run vehicle. Hinson was walking east on SW Second Street, in the 300 block, at about 7:50 a.m. Thursday when he was struck from behind by a vehicle which he never saw. According to police reports, the eastbound vehicle never slowed or stopped after Hinson was struck and hurled to the street. An intensive investigation by Patrolman Lorenzo Brooks failed to turn up any witnesses to the incident, police said. north and observed the small boy run into the road. He applied his brakes and skidded about 80 feet. Andrews stated. The child was apparently run over by the right front wheel of the 1969-model sedan. He was pronounced dead at Glades General Hospital. Belle Glade, where he was taken in an emergency vehicle from the nearby city. Witnesses told Andrews they observed the boy playing with another child just prior to the accident. The death was the 98th traffic fatality in Palm Beach County this year. The boy is survived by the parents and a younger brother. Tracy. The family had moved here from Belle Glade about three weeks ago. it was reported. Croft was not charged. Andrews reported, as the accident appeared to be unavoidable. Funeral services for the boy will be held at 10 a.m.. Saturday, at the Williams Funeral Home chapel here. Burial will be in Highland Memorial Gardens, Winter Park, at 4 p.m. with the Williams Funeral Home in charge. Fire Causes Damage In Overheated Dryer DELRAY BEACH - Firemen were called to the Ed Galloway residence at 1917 N. Swinton Ave., at 12:21 p.m. Thursday to extinguish an overheated dryer. Although somesmoke damage was reported, firemen declined to estimate the extent of damage. Firemen said that apparently the dryer vent was clogged or blocked. Wiring and clothing in the dryer were reported burned. the court presided over by judge James C. Downey. As a result of the ruling. Hawkins said a special meeting of the Sweet Corn Advisory Committee, which has not been functioning awaiting the court ruling, has been called at the Glades Office Building hereat 1:30 p.m., Tuesday. The group, headed by Roy Vandergrift Jr.. Pahokee, is expected to make recommendations to the commissioner pertaining to assessments, the annual budget, advertising and promotion plans, plus quality and grade standards for the balance of the 1968-69 season. Although the court ruled in favor of the commissioner on the validity of the marketing act. it did uphold the lower court decision on two other points. The Circuit Court ruling making unconstitutional "trade barriers, which obstruct the free flow of celery and sweet corn to market" was upheld. According to the high court, the judges were also "in agreement with the trial judge that an aspect of the statute constitutes an unlawful delegation of authority." It also held that the authorization to prohibit "unfair trade practices is subject to some infirmity." Hawkins said the last two items that were mentioned in the ruling had never been used by the committee and that there had been no plans to ever use them. "What we were mainly interested in," the official continued, "was the constitutionality of the marketing order," 10 DAYS OF BARGAINS NOV. 18th THRU NOV. 28th 28 KINDS OF PLANTS ON SPECIAL IN GAL CAN ACALYPHA COPPER LEAVES CROWN OF THORNS VITEX Lay-A-Way for CHRISTMAS ALL SALES FINAL hibiscus (Singlet) In Gal. Can 65' ALL IN GAL. CANS LIGUSTRUM MELALEUCA MALPIGHIA JASMINE PUBESCENS ALLAMANDA brown bud VIBURNUM PITOSPORUM TOBIRA TECOMARIA 0-A.SU-A.IiS 3805 S. Dixie HOURS 9:30-5:30 CIP IGLE HIBISCUS Oil which tends to regulate the amount of the produce that will be grown during a particular season. The wet weather during the early fall has cut down the production of corn so far, Hawkins said, and there are approximately 2,000 less acres planted than there were at the same period last year. 3 FT. TALL - BUSHY ALL COLORS - REG. 2.50 EGG CAN 1000's OF 1 EXOTIC TROPICAL PLANTS V-T0 CHOOSE CO FROM I (uake Reported MOSCOW (UPI) - The government newspaper Izvestia reported Thursday an earth quake shook the city of Dushanbe in the Soviet Tadzhik Republic, causing no damage. The epicenter was located in Afghanistan territory. U OPEN V SUNDAY NURSERY PH. 683-1 754 1 Mi. South of Southern Blvd., off Military Trail on Summit Blvd DURING THEIR 0 F ffJI.a,: ES.j j' WWW ! w c FRIDAY & SATURDAY! fif FREE TRIP FOR 2 TO J? 1 L mm Register at all participating .tores! Th. 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