4 items found
Collection ID is exactly "13" AND Subject - Corporate is exactly "Florida Department of Agriculture"
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GOVERNMENT IN ACTION

GOVERNMENT IN ACTION

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
The "Government in Action" television program follows Florida Department of Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner and Agent Driggers on a "surprise" inspection of a Tallahassee grocery store. Commissioner Conner explains the inspection regimen that ensures quality assurance and protects Florida consumers. Meanwhile, inspector Driggers "candles eggs," weighs and grades, and conducts sulfite tests on meat products. Next, Commissioner Conner takes us to the Food Laboratory in the Nathan Mayo building in Tallahassee where lab technicians demonstrate tests to detect food additives and insecticide residue and judge food purity. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
GOVERNMENT TODAY - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

GOVERNMENT TODAY - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Date
1967 (circa)
Description
Doyle Conner of the Florida Department of Agriculture comments on the reorganization of the department and changes in its function and structure. Representatives of the Division of Inspection, Division of Standards, Division of Consumer Services and Department of Meat Inspection discuss their duties and responsibilities.
Collection
Jerry Clower: "Hello Doyle"

Jerry Clower: "Hello Doyle"

Date
1989-09-10
Description
Video greeting from country comedian Jerry Clower to Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner.
Collection
WHOLESOME 1960S FLORIDA

WHOLESOME 1960S FLORIDA

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
This film opens with footage of various dairy products in production at Bassett's Dairy (silent). Next, officials of the Florida Department of Agriculture inspect petroleum samples in a laboratory (silent). Another Department of Agriculture official makes a surprise inspection of a Publix grocery store where he weighs meat products and measures milk products. The Leon County Public Library Bookmobile circulates books to browsers in a Winn-Dixie parking lot. The film also includes footage of the old Leon County Public Library location on Monroe Street. The interior, exterior, Florida Room and library staff are featured. Gov. LeRoy Collins explains his opposition to legalized gambling in Florida, calling it a "poison" that encourages corruption and immorality to spread in the wholesome communities of the state. He comments that, "You can't make a house cleaner by encouraging the people who live in it to like dirt." Next, several dolphins are removed from a small viewing tank and loaded into trucks where they are wrapped in water-drenched blankets. They are moved to a larger habitat where they are released. The film ends with Florida Comptroller Dickenson, who remarks on his involvement with the Florida Constitutional Revision Commission. Produced by WFSU-TV.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
GOVERNMENT IN ACTIONGOVERNMENT IN ACTIONFood safety
Grocery stores
Public health
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GOVERNMENT TODAY - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREGOVERNMENT TODAY - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREConstitution, State of Florida
Interviews
State government
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Jerry Clower: "Hello Doyle"Jerry Clower: "Hello Doyle"/fpc/memory/omeka_images/video/thumbnails90px/clower.jpg
WHOLESOME 1960S FLORIDAWHOLESOME 1960S FLORIDADairies
Dolphins
Gambling-Florida
Governors-Florida
Grocery stores
Libraries
Petroleum
Wildlife
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