The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 5, 1976 · Page 33
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 33

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, December 5, 1976
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best Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, December 5, 1976 BU Senate Meetings ( Aim at Changing Backseat Image We're, saving Hig seat in Ih house just for you! Even a busy Santa can't resist the relaxing comfort of a La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker. Its smooth rocking lets him doze off and, when he wants to stretch out to nap, he can raise the selective footrest lever and recline to any comfort position, even to full bed. The Reclina-Rocker is "The Magical All-ln-One Chair" ... the perfect Christmas gift for Mother or Dad. See us today FUU BED KECIININO TALLAHASSEE (AP) - A "Truth in Drunkenness" bill, a detailed look at collective bargaining and rules aimed at sharply restricting the Senate,, president's power highlight this week's first full-scale Senate interim committee meetings. Senate committees met briefly during last month's organizational session, but longer and more productive meetings are expected during the three days of discussions that begin Tuesday. Senate President Lew Brantley (D-Jacksonville) promised when he took over last month that he wanted to change the Senate's "country club" image of simply reacting to House proposals. Instead, he said, the Senate should be in the forefront. So far, he has made good on the pledge. The House has no committee session planned for December, and, in fact, Speaker Don Tucker has yet to name the full committees. But Brantley will endure an immediate challenge to his control when the Rules Committee convenes Tuesday to consider 23 proposals being pushed by the so-called "Doghouse Democrats" dissidents for the most part frozen out of leadership positions by Brantley. ' Rules Chairman Tom Gallen, (D-Bradenton) said his committee will listen to arguments Tuesday on the proposals aimed at sharply reducing the president's considerable power over legislation. 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Bob Graham, and George Firestone, both Miami Democrats, and Sen. Kenneth MacKay (D-Ocala). "Too often people in leadership positions have used their control over the life of legislation as a way to run the Senate," Firestone said. "I think most members of the Senate would prefer to be led rather than whipped into submission by veiled threats to their legislative programs." The Collective Bargaining Committee, told by Brantley to develop widespread reform of the state's bargaining law, will conduct a hearing Wednesday to seek problem areas with the current law. Chairman Sen. Dan Scarborough (D-Jacksonville) set the hearing to let all sides present testimony on what changes need to be made. The Commerce Committee on Tuesday will consider a major revamping of the way the state taxes beer, wine and liquor. The measure is being sponsored by Graham who labels it his "Truth in Drunkenness" bill because he says it will force drinkers of expensive liquor to pay more in taxes than those who purchase cheaper brands. Currently, the state alcohol tax is based on quantity, but Graham wants to see that switched to a percentage of the wholesale price. Graham wants to set the tax at 24 per cent of wholesale cost, and he said it would bring in $50 million in additional state revenue. Graham got nowhere with his liquor tax proposal last year even though he hauled empty liquor bottles around to various committee meetings. However, with a new Senate Finance and Tax Committee pledged to a complete review of inequities in current taxes, Graham said he has greater hopes this year. Graham said the average tax now being paid was 23 per cent for beer, 20 per cent for spirits and 17 per cent for wine. "This tax at the wholesale level would create greater fairness plus tie the tax to any price increases in the future," Graham said. Dissidents pushing the rules' changes won a major victory at the organizational session when Brantley agreed to a proposal that will allow any rules change in the first seven days of the session to be adopted by majority vote. HAINES CITY (UPI) - Linda Kay Lambert and Wayne Paul Sidley are clowns. They're also in love. So they're gettftig married Saturday in a rare formal clown wedding at Circus World, south of Orlando. Elephants will serve as ring-bearers. The bride's clown gown is being designed and made in New York, and both will be wearing clown-face makeup, as will the wedding party. And, of course, the traditional sounds of "Here comes the Bride" will be replaced by "Bring in the Clowns." Miss Lambert, 19, and Sidley, 20, are clowns in the Ringling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey organization she at Circus World, he in the Ringling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows. They met while attending high school in Orlando, where both were interested in theater. Sidley, who wanted to be a clown from age 8, first tried to enter Clown College in Venice at age 13, four years too young for admittance. He finally was accepted in 1975 and, upon graduation, began work with the combined shows, which have kept him on the road and away from Linda Kay for the past year. Robert E. Whitley, director bf Florida's division of tourism and a notary, will officiate at the civil ceremony. Irvin Feld, president of the Ringling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows, will attend. The ceremony will be held at Circus Day Theater at Circus World and will be followed by a reception with pink lemonade for invited guests. 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