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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 5

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Palm Beach Post, Friday, Nov. 13, 19685 7:30 PM DEATH VALLEY TUC 7i A Proposed Legislation Prepared To Reduce Death Toll On SR 80 k ;;ovild WILD is' ,h . L WEST I r v j l i .- v i- r By REX NEWMAN Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE ( AKN ) Two Palm Beach County area state representatives are preparing measures for the 19 legislature aimed at helping to solve the State Road SO Rep. Jack Poorbaugh, R-Boynton Beach, is preparing a measure that would automatically lift for a period of 30 days the driver's license of any person convicted of driving more than 25 miles an hour above the speed limit. FRIDAY WIGHT ON 7:00 PM fic count on a road, without consideration of the hazardous condition of the road. This formula has prevented the state from releasing state and federal funds to four-lane SR 80 because its traffic count does not come up to standards. The county's share of secondary road funds is not sufficient to undertake the expensive four-laning project. James said Rep. Ralph Turlington, D-Ciainesville. past speaker and presently chairman of the Appropriations Committee, indicated during the 18 constitutional revision session he could back James' proposal if it were in statutory language. James tried to get the hazardous provision written into the new constitution, but too much opposition for placing it in the constitution killed it. However, as a statute it will receive much wider support, James said. Poorbaugh, who tried a similar measure during his first term in the House in 17, said such a measure had proved effective in Connecticut in reducing traffic fatalities. "Speed is the biggest killer on Florida Highways and this is designed to cut down on that number one killer," he said. Tackling the SR 80 problem from another angle is Rep. William James, R-Delray Beach, who announced Thursday that he is preparing a measure to alter the formula for qualifying state roads for federal participating funds in Florida. James would add to the formula a criterion which would allow the hazardous nature of a road to be taken into account as well as traffic count when consideration for state and federal funds are made. Presently the rigid formula allows the Florida Road Department to consider only traf ik it 1c Poorbaugh, James Assigned Key Posts ana, .. . - . "TON OF TIN" AN AGING MARSHAL STUBBORNLY RESISTS SUGGESTIONS THAT HE WEAR SPECTACLES. ROBERT TAYLOR HOSTS. JAMES WEST SEEKS TO FIND A MISSING RUBY FOR AN EGYPTIAN PRINCESS. ROBERT CONRAD AND ROSS MARTIN CO-STAR. CINDY HUNTER IS FEATURED. WTVJ and Senate delegation which represents Palm Beach County. He would succeed Rep. Robert DeYoung, who was defeated by Sen. Jerry Thomas, D-Lake Park, when DeYoung gave up his House seat to run lor the Senate. , , j IN I I I I I I J .n.nwi r 1 krifXx' rh Hii fly Hi;' fXh :n ; L ; ' t' irlritfWi -ti' H rf special purchase! rnn l jiimors,saveDU7o: SHIFTS AND A-UNES FROM THE NATION'S TOP MAKER! Tallahassee Bureau Two south Palm Beach County Republican state representatives have been given key committee appointments. Both are entering their second terms in the House. Rep. Jack Poorbaugh. R Boynton Beach, will serve on three committees, including the Finance and Taxation Committee, which is headed bv Rep. James Sweeney, D-Ueland, and the State Government Reorganiation and Efficiency Committee, led by Rep. Richard Pittigrew, I) Miami. Rep. William James, R Del-ray Beach, has been named vice i hairmanof the House Ad-ministration Committee, which is headed by Leu Brantley, I.) Jacksonville. The government reorganiza-tion committee will be charged with recommending to the legislature means to implement the new Constitution, which requires reducing more than Kill governmental agencies to not more than 2't. The new Constitution, to be effective Jan. 7, slates that there shall be no more than 25 slate agencies which are to be responsible to either the full Cabinet or some combination ol the six Cabinet posts and I he governor. Pom baugh's other committee assignment is retirement and personnel. James was one of only a handful of Republicans named to vice chairmanships in the House by Democratic Speaker Cieil Schult.. Schultz named veteran Rep. John Savage, of Pinellas County, as the only Republican to receive a chairmanship. Rep. Don Reed, R Boca Raton, House minority leader, was named vice chairman of the Appropriations Committee. Other committees for James are Commerce and Election. .lames also is in line for the chairmanship ot the House State School Study Asked By Friday State Sen. Elmer 0. Friday, D-Fort Myers, who won his bid lor re-election last week, proposed a reevaluatioti of the school system before a group of his Palm Beach County supporters at the Marina Inn i formerly the (ieorge Washington Hotel ) Thursday. "We can't put our heads in the sand. We must reevaluate our school system and make adjustments which are necessary," Friday said. Friday also emphasized the need to reorganize stale agencies under 25 operating heads, probably in a special session of I he legislature, expected to be called in January. The senator, chairman ot the Senate Rules Committee, said "compaction at the top level" would minimize "buck-passing," and explained that the reorganization is in line wilh provisions in the new state Constitution providing for the streamlining of slate agencies. Friday predicted partisanship in the new Legislature, but he added, "I hope and pray that partisanship will not be the issue." 11.98 machine washable! I V- I-'. ' "r J-"J REG DOUBLE KNIT A-UNES ! 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