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Physical Description: v. : ; 23-32 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Legislature. -- House of Representatives
Publisher: State Printer
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 1972
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Preceded by: Journal of proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
        Page ii
    Members of the House of Representatives
        Page iii
        Page iv
        Page v
    November 1972
        Tuesday, November 28
            Page 1
            Page 2
            Page 3
            Page 4
            Page 5
            Page 6
            Page 7
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
            Page 11
            Page 12
            Page 13
            Page 14
        Wednesday, November 29
            Page 15
            Page 16
            Page 17
            Page 18
            Page 19
            Page 20
            Page 21
            Page 22
            Page 23
            Page 24
            Page 25
            Page 26
        Thursday, November 30
            Page 27
            Page 28
            Page 29
            Page 30
            Page 31
            Page 32
            Page 33
            Page 34
            Page 35
            Page 36
            Page 37
            Page 38
            Page 39
            Page 40
            Page 41
            Page 42
            Page 43
    December 1972
        Friday, December 1
            Page 44
            Page 45
            Page 46
            Page 47
            Page 48
            Page 49
            Page 50
            Page 51
            Page 52
            Page 53
            Page 54
            Page 55
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            Page 71
            Page 72
            Page 73
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            Page 77
            Page 78
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            Page 81
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            Page 84
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            Page 89
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            Page 97
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            Page 103
            Page 104
            Page 105
            Page 106
            Page 107
            Page 108
        Friday, December 8
            Page 109
    Index
        Contents
            Page 110
        Members of the House, Bills Introduced, and Committee Assignments
            Page 111
            Page 112
            Page 113
        Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials Introduced by Committees
            Page 114
        Miscellaneous Subjects
            Page 114
        Vetoed Bills
            Page 114
        Subject Index of House and Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials
            Page 115
            Page 116
        House Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials by Number, Subject, Introducer, and Disposition
            Page 117
        Senate Bills, Resolutions, and Memorials (Received in House) by Number, Subject, and Introducer
            Page 118
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Journa
of the



House



of Rep



resentatives



SPECIAL SESSION
November 28, 1972 through December 1, 1972
of the
THIRD LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]



[Including a record of transmittal of Acts subsequent to sine die adjournment]



I





I







MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Organization and Special Sessions 1972

[Democrats in roman (77) ; Republicans in italic (43)]



1
2
3



Part of ESCAMBIA
Grover C. Robinson, Pensacola
R. W. "Smokey" Peaden, Pensacola
Tom Tobiassen, Pensacola



OKALOOSA, parts of ESCAMBIA,
SANTA ROSA, WALTON
4 Edmond M. Fortune, Pace
5 J. G. "Jerry" Melvin, Ft. Walton Beach
6 Jere Tolton, Ft. Walton Beach
HOLMES, parts of JACKSON,
WALTON, WASHINGTON
7 Wayne Mixson, Marianna
Parts of BAY, WALTON, WASHINGTON
8 Earl Hutto, Panama City
CALHOUN, GULF, parts of BAY,
GADSDEN, JACKSON, LIBERTY
9 William J. Rish, Port St. Joe
FRANKLIN, parts of GADSDEN,
JEFFERSON, LIBERTY,
TAYLOR, WAKULLA
10 Pat Thomas, Quincy
LEON, parts of JEFFERSON,
MADISON, WAKULLA
11 Donald L. Tucker, Tallahassee
12 Carroll Webb, Tallahassee
COLUMBIA, HAMILTON, parts of
MADISON, SUWANNEE
13 Leon N. McDonald, Sr., Live Oak
CITRUS, DIXIE, GILCHRIST,
LAFAYETTE, LEVY, parts of
HERNANDO, MARION, SUWANNEE,
TAYLOR
14 Gene Hodges, Cedar Key
BAKER, NASSAU, parts of DUVAL,
UNION
15 George R. Grosse, Jacksonville
Part of DUVAL
16 Mary L. Singleton, Jacksonville
17 John R. Forbes, Jacksonville



District
18 Frank Carlucci, Jacksonville
19 Eric Smith, Jacksonville
20 Carl Ogden, Jacksonville
21 William 0. Birchfield, Jacksonville
22 Mattox Hair, Jacksonville
23 R. Earl Dixon, Jacksonville
24 Ander Crenshaw, Jacksonville

BRADFORD, CLAY, part of ST. JOHNS
25 Frank Williams, Starke



26
27



ALACHUA, parts of MARION,
PUTNAM, UNION
Ralph D. Turlington, Gainesville
William C. Andrews, Gainesville



Parts of FLAGLER, PUTNAM, ST. JOHNS
28 A. H. "Gus" Craig, St. Augustine



29
30
31



VOLUSIA, part of FLAGLER
William R. Conway, Ormond Beach
Gary R. Cunningham, New Smyrna Beach
J. Hyatt Brown, Daytona Beach



Parts of LAKE, MARION
32 Kenneth H. MacKay, Jr., Ocala

Parts of ORANGE, SEMINOLE
33 Eugene C. Mooney, Fern Park

Parts of LAKE, MARION, SEMINOLE
34 Vince Fechtel, Leesburg

Parts of LAKE, MARION, SUMTER
35 Richard H. Langley, Clermont

Parts of HERNANDO, PASCO, POLK,
SUMTER
36 John R. Culbreath, Brooksville

Parts of PASCO, PINELLAS
37 Ronald R. Richmond, New Port Richey



38
39
40



Part of ORANGE
William L. Gibson, Orlando
Harvey W. Matthews, Orlando
W. E. "Bill" Fulford, Orlando



District








District
41 Fred Hagan, Orlando
42 William D. Gorman, Tangerine
43 Lewis S. Earle, Winter Park

Parts of BREVARD, ORANGE, SEMINOLE
44 Jack Shreve, Merritt Island
45 F. Eugene Tubbs, Merritt Island
46 Jane W. Robinson, Cocoa
47 C. William Nelson, Melbourne

INDIAN RIVER, parts of BREVARD,
OKEECHOBEE, OSCEOLA, ST. LUCIE
48 Chester Clem, Vero Beach



Parts of HIGHLANDS, OSCEOLA, POLK
Ray Mattox, Winter Haven
John R. Clark, Lakeland
Larry Libertore, Lakeland
C. Fred Jones, Auburndale

Part of PINELLAS
Mary R. Grizzle, Clearwater
S. Curtis Kiser, Dunedin
Ed S. Whitson, Jr., Clearwater
Betty Easley, Clearwater
John J. Savage, St. Petersburg
A. S. "Jim" Robinson, St. Petersburg
Richard Price, St. Petersburg
Roger H. Wilson, Seminole
Donald R. Crane, Jr., St. Petersburg

Parts of HILLSBOROUGH, POLK
James L. Redman, Plant City
John L. Ryals, Brandon
R. Ed Blackburn, Jr., Temple Terrace
Jim "Trooper Jim" Foster, Tampa

Part of HILLSBOROUGH
Terrell Sessums, Tampa
Paul W. Danahy, Tampa
Richard S. Hodes, Tampa
Guy "Butch" Spicola, Tampa
Elvin L. Martinez, Tampa

HARDEE, parts of MANATEE, SARASOTA
Ralph H. Haben, Jr., Palmetto
John Harllee, Bradenton



District



73
74



Parts of CHARLOTTE, MANATEE,
SARASOTA
Granville H. Crabtree, Jr., Sarasota
Robert M. Johnson, Sarasota



DESOTO, parts of CHARLOTTE,
HIGHLANDS, SARASOTA
75 Jim K. Tillman, Sarasota
Parts of MARTIN, ST. LUCIE
76 Charles L. "Chuck" Nergard, Ft. Pierce
Parts of MARTIN, OKEECHOBEE,
PALM BEACH
77 Jack M. Poorbaugh, Jupiter



78
79
80
81
82
83


84
85
86
87
88



Parts of BROWARD, PALM BEACH
Don F. Hazelton, West Palm Beach
Ray Moudry, West Palm Beach
William G. James, Delray Beach
David C. Clark, West Palm Beach
Jay J. Reynolds, Boca Raton
Thomas F. Lewis, North Palm Beach

Part of BROWARD
Van B. Poole, Ft. Lauderdale
Arthur H. Rude, Pompano Beach
Jon C. Thomas, Ft. Lauderdale
George Williamson, Ft. Lauderdale
Randy Avon, Ft. Lauderdale



COLLIER, GLADES, parts of
HENDRY, HIGHLANDS, LEE
89 James Lorenzo Walker, Naples



49
50
51
52


53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61


62
63
64
65


66
67
68
69
70



71
72



Parts of CHARLOTTE, HENDRY, LEE
Ted Randell, Ft. Myers
H. Paul Nuckolls, Ft. Myers

Parts of BROWARD, DADE
Tom McPherson, Ft. Lauderdale
Harold Joseph Dyer, Hollywood
John (Jack) Miller, Hollywood
Walter C. Young, Hollywood
Charles "Charlie" W. Boyd, Hollywood
Daniel B. Bass, Hollywood

Part of DADE
Elaine Gordon, Miami
Barry Kutun, Miami



90
91


92
93
94
95
96
97


98
99







District



100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110



George I. Baumgartner, North Miami Beach
Paul B. Steinberg, Miami Beach
Ted Cohen, Miami Beach
Alan S. Becker, North Miami
William H. Lockward, Hialeah
Joe Lang Kershaw, Miami
Gwen Sawyer Cherry, Miami
A. M. "Tony" Fontana, Miami Lakes
Charles H. Snowden, North Miami
Robert C. Hartnett, South Miami
Walter W. "Wallie" Sackett, Jr., Miami



111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119



Carl A. Singleton, Coral Gables
Marshall S. Harris, Miami
John Cyril Malloy, Miami
Robert C. Hector, Miami
Murray H. Dubbin, Miami
Vernon C. Holloway, Miami
Charles C. "Charlie" Papy, Jr.,
Dick Clark, Coral Gables
Jeff D. Gautier, Miami



MONROE, part of DADE
120 Fred N. Tittle, Jr., Tavernier



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Organization and Special Sessions 1972



Speaker-Terrell Sessums



Clerk-Allen Morris



Sergeant at Arms-Philip W. LaBarge



Coral Gables



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District



Speaker pro tempore-A. H. Craig









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House o Representatives


Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Third Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION



Tuesday, November 28, 1972

Beginning of a Special Session of the Third Legislature under the Constitution as Revised in 1968, con-
vened by Proclamation of the Governor and held at the Capitol in Tallahassee, Florida, on Tuesday, November
28, 1972.



The House of Representatives was called to order at 1:00 p.m.
by the Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker, pursuant to the
following Proclamation of the Governor, which was read by the
Clerk:

State of Florida
Executive Department

PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR
TO THE HONORABLE MEMBERS OF THE FLORIDA
SENATE AND THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:
WHEREAS, on July 17th, 1972, the United States Supreme
Court in Furman v. Georgia held that the imposition and car-
rying out of the death penalty under certain existing pro-
cedures constituted cruel and unusual punishment in violation
of the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution
of the United States, and
WHEREAS, the Supreme Court of Florida in Donaldson v.
Sack, in applying the Furman holding to Florida, concluded that
the effect of the Furman decision was to abolish capital pun-
ishment in Florida until new legislation could be enacted and
approved, and
WHEREAS, since July 17th, 1972, three special committees
(one executive and two legislative) have been appointed, and
each has studied and made recommendations concerning the
advisability of and procedures for restoring capital punish-
ment in Florida, and
WHEREAS, each of these committees has recommended that
capital punishment be immediately restored in Florida by ap-
propriate legislation, and
WHEREAS, certain other pressing matters, as more partic-
ularly described below, have arisen since the adjournment of
the last session of the Florida Legislature, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the public interest of the
citizens of Florida that the Legislature be convened in special
session to consider the legislative business described in Section
2 hereof,
NOW, THEREFORE, I, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, Governor of
Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty and by virtue
of the power and authority invested in me by Section 3,
Article III, Florida Constitution, 1968 Revision, do hereby
proclaim as follows:
Section 1.
That the Third Legislature of the State of Florida under
the Constitution, 1968 Revision, be and is hereby convened in
Special Session pursuant to Section 3(c) of Article III of the
Constitution, at the Capitol, Tallahassee, Florida, commencing
on Tuesday, November 28th, 1972 (at a time to be determined
by the presiding officer of each house) for a period of three (3)
consecutive days, ending on November 30, 1972.
Section 2.
That the Legislature is convened for the sole purpose of
considering legislation relating to:
1



(1) Capital punishment, including the redefinition of capital
crimes, providing alternative sanctions for offenses formerly
designated capital, providing procedures for sentencing, and
other related matters.
(2) Concurrent resolution relating to the ratification of the
proposed Equality of Rights Amendment (proposed 27th
Amendment) to the United States Constitution.
(3) Establishment of a revolving fund for loans by the
Department of Pollution Control to local governmental agencies
for sewer treatment facilities, and providing necessary appro-
priation.
(4) Supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 1972-73 to
the Department of Pollution Control in order to expand the
Department's programs for technical assistance to local gov-
ernment agencies.
(5) Supplemental appropriation for fiscal year 1972-73 (in
the approximate amount of $9.5 Million Dollars) to fully fund
the State Minimum Foundation Program for Schools (K-12).
(6) Supplemental appropriation for fiscal year 1972-73 (in
the approximate amount of $9 Million Dollars) to the University
of South Florida Medical Center for additional capital outlay
funds for the construction of Phase II of the Medical Center.
(7) Water resources and conservation, providing that as of
December 1st, 1972, the Central and South Florida Flood Control
District shall be vested with all the powers, duties and functions
pertaining to water management districts under Chapter 72-299,
Laws of Florida, 1972.
(8) Amendment of Section 167.431, Florida Statutes, restor-
ing the exemption for churches from the payment of any munic-
ipal utility tax.
(9) Amendments to Chapter 27, Florida Statutes, authorizing
public defenders to represent insolvent persons who are under
arrest for, or charged with, a misdemeanor or violation of mu-
nicipal or county ordinance, and authorizing counties and munic-
ipalities to contribute funds to public defenders for the purpose
of defending misdemeanors and violations of municipal or county
ordinances.
Section 3.
That the letters relating generally to subjects to be considered
during the aforesaid special session, dated November 22nd, 1972,
and addressed to the President of the Senate and Speaker of the
House, were not and are not intended to be a "communication
from the Governor" under the provisions of Section 3(c) (1) of
Article III, Florida Constitution.



IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed to this Proclamation con-
vening the Legislature in special ses-
sion, at the Capitol, this 24th day of
November, 1972.
REUBIN O'D. ASKEW
Governor



ATTEST:
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State









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The following Members were recorded present:



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley



Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Excused: Representative Forbes.

A quorum was present.


Prayer

Prayer by Representative James L. Redman:
Our dear Heavenly Father, we are grateful for the
sustaining power of prayer. Help us to appreciate the op-
portunities and responsibilities we have in serving in the
Florida Legislature. Watch over and give guidance to the
Speaker, Speaker pro tempore and all members of this
Legislature. Give us wisdom beyond our capabilities and
strength needed to serve the people of the state of Florida.
Amen


Pledge

The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.


Journal

The Journal of November 21, 1972 was approved.


Communication from the Governor

Governor Reubin O'D. Askew advised that he desired to ad-
dress the Legislature at 1:30 p.m. today.

Announcement

The Speaker announced that the Select Committee on House
Administration and the Select Committee on Rules & Calendar
are dissolved, and reconstituted as permanent standing commit-
tees with the same Membership, as follows:

Committee on House Administration: John Ryals, Chairman;
William J. Rish, Vice-Chairman; Members: Dick Clark, R. Earl
Dixon, Ed M. Fortune.



Committee on Rules & Calendar: Murray Dubbin, Chairman;
Lorenzo Walker, Vice-Chairman; Members: Gus Craig, Paul
Danahy, Ed M. Fortune, Bill Fulford, Jeff Gautier, Marshall
Harris, Carl Ogden, James Redman, Jack Savage, Jack Shreve,
Guy Spicola, Jim K. Tillman, Donald L. Tucker, Ralph Turling-
ton.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and the
House advanced to the order of-

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Dubbin-
HCR 1-A Org.-A concurrent resolution providing that the
House of Representatives and Senate meet in Joint Session
for the purpose of receiving a Message from the Governor.
WHEREAS, His Excellency, Governor Reubin O'D. Askew,
has expressed a wish to address the Legislature in Joint Session,
NOW, THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida, the Senate Concurring:
That the House of Representatives and the Senate convene in
Joint Session in the Chamber of the House of Representatives
at 1:30 p.m. this day, Tuesday, November 28, 1972, for the
purpose of receiving the Message of Governor Askew.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr. Dubbin,
the rules were waived and HCR 1-A Org. was read the second
time in full, adopted and immediately certified to the Senate.

By Representative Dubbin-
HR 2-A Org.-A resolution providing for the Rules of the
House of Representatives in Special Session.
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida:
1. That the Rules of the House of Representatives adopted
at the Organization Session of November 21, 1972, shall govern
the House in Special Session insofar as these are applicable,
with the following specific exceptions:
(a) The Speaker shall constitute and appoint such select
committees as need may appear from time to time, to include
those already announced by him for the purpose of transact-
ing the business of the Special Session.
(b) The Select committees shall be clothed with all the
powers of a standing committee, including the authority to
consider and report upon bills referred to them and to originate
legislation.
(c) All measures for introduction shall be delivered to the
Clerk at least one hour prior to the convening of the House
on any legislative day.
(d) The Committee on Rules & Calendar shall report a
Calendar of business to come before the House.
(e) All measures deemed by the Speaker not to be within
the Call of the Governor shall be referred to the Committee
on Rules & Calendar for recommendation as to whether intro-
duction shall be allowed.
(f) A motion to reconsider shall be disposed of when made.
(g) All measures shall, upon passage, be forthwith trans-
mitted to the Senate.
(h) Committee shall report within twenty-four (24) hours
on matters referred to them for report.
2. These Rules may be changed, altered or amended by a
majority vote of the House upon recommendation of a majority
of the Committee on Rules & Calendar, which report shall be
acted upon by the House instanter when presented.
-was read the first time by title. On motions by Mr. Dubbin,
the resolution was read the second time in full and adopted.



The rules were waived and the House reverted to the order
of-



November 28, 1972








JOURNAL OF THE HOUSI



Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has adopted-
HCR 1-A Org
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary
The concurrent resolution, contained in the above message,
was ordered enrolled.

Continuation of Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Gautier, Hazelton, Savage, Rish, Tillman,
Martinez, Cherry, Avon, Bass, and Rude-
HB 1-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital
felonies; amending 775.082(1), Florida Statutes, providing a
mandatory death penalty for capital felonies; amending 782.04,
Florida Statutes, providing that a felony murder by the per-
petrator of the crime shall be first degree murder and other
felony murders shall be second degree murders; providing that
murder in the second degree may be punishable by a term of
years not to exceed life; providing a definition of premedita-
tion; repealing the offense of abominable and detestable crime
against nature from said section since that offense was declared
unconstitutional; republishing 779.07, Florida Statutes, for
clarity; amending 790.16(1), Florida Statutes, providing that
the penalty for throwing bombs shall be a felony of the first
degree; republishing 790.161, Florida Statutes, for clarity;
amending 794.01, Florida Statutes, providing a capital felony
for rape of a person under thirteen (13) years of age and a
term of years not to exceed life imprisonment for rape of a per-
son thirteen (13) years or older; amending 805.02, Florida
Statutes, providing a penalty of a term of years not to exceed
life imprisonment for kidnapping for ransom; repealing 921.-
141, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 72-72, Laws of
Florida, relating to a bifurcated trial; providing a severability
clause; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Capital Punishment.

By Representatives Gautier, Hazelton, Savage, Rish, Mar-
tinez, Tillman, Cherry, Avon, Bass, and Rude-
HB 2-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to limitation
of prosecution; amending 932.465, Florida Statutes, to provide
that prosecution of an offense punishable by death or one pun-
ishable by life imprisonment may be commenced at any time;
providing a six year limitation for a felony of the first degree.
three years for any other felony, two years for a misdemeanor
of the first degree, one year for a misdemeanor of the second
degree; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Capital Punishment.

By Representatives Gautier, Hazelton, Savage, Rish, Mar-
tinez, Tillman, Cherry, Avon, Bass, and Rude-
HB 3-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to execution;
amending 922.09, Florida Statutes, to provide that the Florida
Supreme Court shall issue execution warrants; amending 922.-
15, Florida Statutes, by repealing the requirement of sending
the governor a copy of the warrant after execution; repealing
922.12 and 922.14, Florida Statutes, relating to return of
warrant of execution issued by the governor and sentence of
death unexceuted for unjustifiable reasons; providing an effec-
tive date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Capital Punishment.

By Representatives Gautier, Hazelton, Savage, Rish, Mar-
tinez, Tillman, Cherry, Avon, Bass, and Rude-



HB 4-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to parole;
amending 947.16(2), (3) and (4), Florida Statutes, to provide



November 28, 1972



design, construct or acquire land therefore; providing for the
establishment of a revolving loan fund; providing for disposi-
tion of interest earned; providing appropriations; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committees on Environmental Protection and Appropriations
and to the Committee on Rules & Calendar.



9 OF REPRESENTATIVES 3

that a person who receives or has received a sentence of death
and that sentence is changed to life imprisonment or has been
changed to life imprisonment shall not be eligible for parole
until he has served at least fifteen (15) calendar years of
imprisonment; providing that the person shall receive credit
for imprisonment under a death sentence; providing a severa-
bility clause; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Capital Punishment.

By Representative Earle-
HCR 5-A-A concurrent resolution ratifying the proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating
to equality under the law for both sexes.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representative Grizzle-
HCR 6-A-A concurrent resolution ratifying the proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to
equal rights for men and women.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representatives Cherry, Gordon, and J. W. Robinson-
HCR 7-A-A concurrent resolution ratifying the proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating
to equal rights for men and women.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representative Forbes-
HB 8-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to crimes;
amending 775.082(1), Florida Statutes, to provide the punish-
ment for capital felonies; amending 782.04(1) and (3), Florida
Statutes, to conform to 782.045; creating 782.045, Florida
Statutes, to provide mandatory death sentences in certain cases;
providing for the crime of hijacking; repealing 921.141, Florida
Statutes, as amended by chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, which
provides for bifurcated trials; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Capital Punishment and the Committee on Rules
& Calendar.

By Representative Turlington-
HB 9-A--A bill to be entitled An act relating to church ex-
emptions from municipal taxes imposed on public services under
167.431, Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representative Fortune-
HB 10-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the cor-
porate income tax; amending 220.03(1) (b), Florida Statutes;
exempting public utilities, as defined by 366.02, Florida Stat-
utes, from the tax; providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the meas-
ure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Spicola, Avon, Bass, and Rude-
HB 11-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sewage
treatment facilities, authorizing the department of pollution
control to make loans to local governmental agencies, to plan.








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By Representative Spicola-
HB 12-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bonds for
air and water pollution control; amending section 403.1834,
Florida Statutes to provide a $200-million limit on bonds issued
in any year; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committees on Environmental Protection and Appropriations
and to the Committee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representatives Redman, Danahy, Ogden, Dubbin, P.
Thomas, and Blackburn-
HB 13-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the con-
struction of the University of South Florida Medical Center;
making an appropriation to the Board of Regents for construc-
tion of Phase II at the University of South Florida Medical
Center; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Appropriations and to the Committee on Rules
& Calendar.

By Representative Johnson-
HB 14-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital
punishment, amending section 782.04, Florida Statutes, to spec-
ify and redefine the crimes constituting murder; providing for
reclassification as certain degrees of felony; amending chapter
782, Florida Statutes, by adding section 782.011; providing
definitions; amending subsection (1) of section 775.081, Florida
Statutes, providing for a life felony; amending section 775.082,
Florida Statutes, to provide punishment for capital and life
felonies; amending section 921.141, Florida Statutes, as amended
by chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, providing procedures for a
separate proceeding to determine sentence in capital cases; pro-
viding for sentence of life imprisonment if capital punishment
is ruled unconstitutional; amending section 790.16, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for new penalties for throwing or discharging
bombs or discharging machine guns in public places; repealing
subsections (3) and (4) of section 790.16, Florida Statutes, re-
lating to recommendation of mercy and judicial discretion in
sentencing; amending section 790.161, Florida Statutes; pro-
viding new penalties for throwing, placing, or discharging any
destructive device, depending on degree of harm inflicted;
amending section 794.01, Florida Statutes; providing new pen-
alties for crimes of rape; amending section 805.02, Florida
Statutes; providing that kidnapping for ransom shall be a life
felony; providing a severability clause; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Capital Punishment and to the Committee on
Rules & Calendar.

By Representatives Fulford and Spicola-
HB 15-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state
grants for sewage treatment; appropriating seventy-five million
dollars ($75,000,000) to the state water pollution control trust
fund; providing for rules; amending section 403.1826, Florida
Statutes, to allow larger grants in emergencies; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Environmental Protection.

By Representatives Spicola and Fulford (by request)-
HB 16-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the de-
partment of pollution control; providing an appropriation; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committees on Environmental Protection and Appropriations.

By Representatives Spicola and Fulford (by request)-
HB 17-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to water re-



sources, vesting in the Central and Southern Florida Flood
Control District all powers, duties and functions pertaining to
water management districts provided for in Chapter 72-299,
Laws of Florida, 1972; providing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Select
Committee on Environmental Protection.

By Representatives Wilson and Mattox-
HCR 18-A-A concurrent resolution proposing the appoint-
ment of a select legislative committee on the effect and rami-
fications of the proposed twenty-seventh amendment to the
Constitution of the United States.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar.

HB 19-A-Withdrawn

HB 20-A-Withdrawn

By Representative Harris-
HCR 21-A-A concurrent resolution reappointing and con-
firming 0. Ernest Ellison, Jr. to the office of auditor as auditor
general.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the
measure was outside the purview of the Call.

HB 22-A-Withdrawn

Recess

At 1:24 p.m. the House stood in informal recess awaiting the
Joint Session.

Reconvene

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:28 p.m.

A quorum was present.

JOINT SESSION

Arrival of the Senate

Pursuant to the provisions of HCR 1-A Org., the members
of the Senate, led by the President, President pro tempore,
Secretary, and Sergeant at Arms were seated in the Chamber.

Arrival of the Cabinet

The Honorable Richard (Dick) Stone, Secretary of State;
The Honorable Robert L. Shevin, Attorney General; The Hon-
orable Fred 0. Dickinson, Jr., Comptroller; The Honorable
Doyle E. Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture; and The Honor-
able Floyd T. Christian, Commissioner of Education, members
of the Cabinet, were escorted into the Chamber by the Ser-
geant at Arms and seated.

The Joint Session was called to order by the Speaker at
1:30 p.m.

A quorum of the Joint Session was declared present.

The Speaker asked the President of the Senate to preside
over the Joint Session.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE IN THE CHAIR

Prayer

Prayer by Dr. Robert M. McMillan, Pastor of First Baptist
Church, Tallahassee:



We praise Thee Almighty God our Father, Ruler of heaven
and earth, Who by grace hath granted authority to men
to serve under Thee in the Government of people; we



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thank Thee for Thy servants who now stand before Thy
presence in this Chamber and thus in symbol, submit them-
selves in humility to Thee. Grant to them the wisdom that
comes from Thy Spirit and from the accumulated per-
spective of their knowledge that they may do Thy purpose
for this beloved State of Florida. We confess our weak-
nesses before Thee and give You thanks for the strengths
that we possess. May it please Thee by Thy grace to bridge
the gulf between our failures and our strengths so that
having peace within ourselves we can project it to others.
May Thy forgiveness calm the troubled conscience and
remove the fear of guilt, that being free from the bondage
of these we may apply ourselves to the more positive things
of life and experience. Even as the sun shines on our
great State may Thy smile of approval attend us as we do
Thy will. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Pledge

The Joint Session pledged allegiance to the Flag.

Introduction of Distinguished Guest

The President introduced The Honorable Fred Wineland,
Secretary of State of Maryland, who was attending the Ses-
sion as a guest of Secretary of State Stone.

Committee to the Governor

On motion by Mr. Martinez, the President appointed Sen-
ators Winn, Pettigrew, and David Lane, and the Speaker ap-
pointed Representatives Martinez, Dick Clark, and Jane Robin-
son as a joint committee to notify Governor Askew that the
Legislature had assembled to receive his message.
The Committee retired and presently returned escorting
the Governor.
The President acknowledged the presence of Mrs. Askew and
Mrs. Shevin.

Governor's Address

The President presented Governor Askew, who addressed the
Joint Session as follows:

Henry Clay once said that "Government is a trust; the
officers of the government are trustees; and both are
created for the benefit of the people."
The responsibilities that each of you agreed to accept when
you took the oath of office last week are exceeded only by the
trust that your people have placed in you.
The people have said, in effect, that they trust your judgment
in countless matters affecting their environment, their health,
their property, their work, their children, their happiness, in-
deed their very lives.
This is a sacred trust, one that always must be held above
politics, above party, and above personal gain. It's the trust of
generations past, and generations yet to come.
It's a trust that must continue not only to be offered, but
received and honored as well, if democracy as we know it is to
continue to survive.
The Legislature that preceded you was in many ways, a great
one, and I haven't been modest about praising its record.
But while great records should be remembered, it is great
potential that now deserves our attention-for it holds the key
to a better tomorrow.



And the potential of this Legislature is great by any stand-
ard.



You've inherited the wisdom of experienced leadership in both
of your Houses. Yet you've come into this chamber with more
new faces than most legislatures in recent memory.
Hopefully, these faces represent new ideas, new approaches,
and a new energy and enthusiasm for finding answers to the
real problems of our people.
Hopefully, your leadership will be able to turn those qualities
into programs that are responsive, and responsible as well.
And hopefully we can view our separate branches of govern-
ment, the executive and legislative, not as rivals to be out-
witted, and not as overlords to be obeyed, but rather as in-
dependent partners who share a common goal of seeking and
achieving that which is best for all of our people.
I called you here today as such a partner.
As I indicated in my letters to President Horne and Speaker
Sessums, I feel the public trust would be well served if you
take affirmative action this week in at least nine specific
areas.
The letters contain my basic recommendations in all those
areas, and I won't repeat them now.
But I would like to share with you some of my thoughts on
women's rights, loans for pollution abatement, technical as-
sistance for pollution abatement, and capital punishment.

Women's Rights
We've wasted a lot of talent in this country, stifled a lot of
promising careers, and permitted a lot of economic injustice,
simply because the people involved were women.
The proposed 27th amendment to the Constitution would as-
sure that women who have the desire and ability to excel in any
field are given an equal opportunity to do just that.
I agree with the statement that President Nixon sent to the
United States Senate March 18, when that body was deliberat-
ing on this particular measure.
The President said, and I quote: "Equal rights for women
warrant a constitutional guarantee-and I therefore continue
to favor the enactment of the constitutional amendment to
achieve this goal." end of quote.
Both of Florida's United States Senators, a Republican and a
Democrat, voted for this amendment, and it passed the Senate
by a vote of 84 to 8.
It passed the United States House of Representatives by a
vote of 354-23. Among those supporting it were Florida Con-
gressmen Bob Sikes, Don Fuqua, Lou Frey, Claude Pepper,
Charles E. Bennett, Sam Gibbons, Dante Fascell, James Haley,
Paul Rogers and J. Herbert Burke.
The people of Texas approved this amendment by referendum
by a margin of almost 4 to 1. The people of California also
passed it easily in a referendum.
The Florida House of Representatives approved it last spring
by a vote of 91 to 4.
All of these people, including President Nixon, chose to sup-
port the equal rights amendment after extensive congressional
hearings on the same questions now being raised here in Florida.

I'm sure that if the President, or any of its other supporters,
felt that the amendment would undermine, in any way, our



traditional family values, or if they thought it would lead to



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common restrooms or the drafting of women for combat, they
would have led the fight against it and I, for one, would
have joined in that fight.
You know I am confident that some of these same arguments
are being used against this amendment regarding its possible
impact on our traditional family values. It was also used against
the 19th amendment on woman suffrage. And I wonder how
many of us would have wanted to have gone down in history
books as having been against the right of women to vote, simply
because they are women.
But this was not the case. And so I join with the President
and with our own Representatives of both parties in Congress
to support the amendment, and I recommend that you ratify
it this week.
I recognize the great temptation to delay action until the
spring, and it is not my intention to ask this Legislaure to take
precipitous action, or to simply ratify the opinions of others.
But Florida has already been a leader in eliminating barriers
against women within its own state laws. I think it's only fit-
ting that we continue our record of leadership by joining this
effort at a time when we're needed.
And while this is a busy session, you'll also be busy in April,
with more issues than you would ever think existed. I suggest
that you put this one behind you now.

As Senator Gurney said, this amendment is "long overdue."

We've provided you with analyses that should answer most
of your questions. My office stands ready to furnish any other
information you might need.

I think that once the dust has settled, and it becomes obvious
that the fears raised by some-although sincere-are ground-
less, it will be obvious that this is a good amendment, a respon-
sible amendment, one which is in the spirit of our cherished
bill of rights, and in the best interest of the people.

Pollution Abatement

The two programs I've recommended in response to our state-
wide problems with sewage treatment are not the final answers.

But I do think they represent a good beginning on which we
can build and improve when you return in April.

It's imperative that we give our local governments the finan-
cial means to move immediately on improving their treatment
facilities, not only to stop the pollution of our waters, but to
also permit us to continue necessary construction and the
economic progress that is so vital to a healthy state.

As I indicated in my letters to your leadership, I believe we
eventually will develop a state grant-in-aid program, but the
loan fund I've recommended should give us the financial flexi-
bility we need between now and April.

It's also imperative that we qualify for every penny of federal
assistance to which we're entitled in this area. No city or county
should be caught short simply because it lacks the technical
expertise to identify and then qualify for federal grants and
loans in this area.

This is why I've asked for your approval of a new role and



additional staff for the Department of Pollution Control. I
think we have a responsibility to provide expertise where it's
needed and when it's needed.



In matters affecting the environment, there are no bound-
aries. Every area, regardless of size, needs help in saving this
wonderful state of ours.
Never has it been more in our interest to work together
on a statewide basis than in our efforts to stop the scourge of
pollution.

Capital Punishment
This brings us to the matter of capital punishment. I have
recommended reinstatement of the death penalty for certain
offenses, and under certain conditions, in accordance with the
report of the Governor's Committee to Study Capital Punish-
ment.
As many of you probably know, I did not reach this decision
lightly. I continue to have mixed feelings as to the necessity,
the rightness, and even the legality of capital punishment in
any form. And I think this is understandable, since we're talk-
ing about life itself.
Certainly the complexity of this question is reflected in the
fact that each of the nine Supreme Court Justices wrote an
individual opinion in the now famous Furman case.
In my own efforts to reconcile these complexities, I've be-
come convinced that the death penalty is not a deterrent to
many crimes for which it once was applied.

But I'm not convinced that it has no deterrent value in cases
of premeditated murder. One of the problems that disturbed me
most about the death penalty in the past was how it was ad-
ministered. It fell mainly on the poor, the underprivileged and
minorities. As you know, this problem has been addressed both
by the Supreme Court and by the Governor's Committee.

For these reasons, I recommend the Committee's Report, and
especially its proposal for sentencing under a bifurcated sys-
tem, one which requires all findings to be in accordance with
strict statutory guidelines and based on the record of a sepa-
rate sentencing proceeding.

I'm convinced that a law providing for mandatory imposition
of the death penalty, with no opportunity for mercy, would
merely prompt juries to convict on lesser charges.

And the discrimination to which the court so clearly objected
would still be present. It merely would take place sooner .
in the conviction itself. The same groups discriminated against
in the past would draw convictions of premeditated murder-
and therefore die; while others would be convicted of lesser
crimes, and therefore live.

I think it's obvious the court would reject such a system and
therefore render your efforts counter-productive.

Chief Justice Burger, who dissented from the court's recent
decision regarding capital punishment, nevertheless condemned
the mandatory approach as archaic.

And the three other members of the court who also dissented
from the majority, concurred with the Chief Justice on that
point.
For these reasons, I strongly urge you to refrain from making
capital punishment mandatory and avoid applying it to a wide
variety of crimes.



Let me just add that we've got to make our streets, our
homes, our parks, our schools and our places of business safe
for all of our people all of the time and we've got to come
up with better ways to do just that.



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We won't stop crime with only our fists. We won't stop crime
with only our hearts. It will take both, and probably something
more as well.
Florida has set the national pace in many fields in recent
years. But if you can light one small candle in the darkness
that is crime, you'll be remembered long after other legisla-
tures have come and gone.
We have a lot of work to do in the next few days, and
in the next two years as well. Not all of our decisions will be
pleasant: not all of them will be right: but let it be said that
every single decision was reached in an untiring effort to
make our precious Florida a better place in which to live. Good
luck and Godspeed. Thank you.

Following the address, Governor Askew and members of the
Cabinet were escorted from the Chamber.
On motion by Senator Barron, the Joint Session was dissolved
and the Senators retired to the Senate Chamber.


Reconvene
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 2:03 p.m.

A quorum was present.


Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House stood in informal recess
at 2:06 p.m. for the purpose of holding committee meetings,
to reconvene at 2:30 p.m.

Reconvene

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 2:30 p.m.

A quorum was present.


Reports of Standing Committees

The Select Committee on Capital Punishment recommends
the following pass:
HB 1-A, with amendments HB 3-A, with amendment
HB 2-A, with amendment HB 4-A, with amendment
The bills were placed on the Rules Calendar.

The Select Committee on Environmental Protection recom-
mends the following pass: HB 11-A, HB 12-A, HB 16-A, with
amendment. The bills were referred to the Select Committee on
Appropriations.

The Select Committee on Appropriations recommends the fol-
lowing pass:
HB 12-A (fiscal note attached)
HB 11-A (fiscal note attached)
HB 13-A (fiscal note attached)
The bills were placed on the Rules Calendar.

The Select Committee on Appropriations recommends a com-
mittee substitute for the following: HB 16-A, with fiscal note
attached.
The bill with committee substitute was placed on the Rules
Calendar.



The Select Committee on Environmental Protection recom-
mends a committee substitute for the following: HB 17-A.



The bill with committee substitute was placed on the Rules
Calendar.

The Committee on Rules & Calendar recommends the follow-
ing pass: HB 9-A.
The bill was placed on the Rules Calendar.


Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

The Honorable Terrell Sessums November 28, 1972
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
Your Select Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits
as the Special and Continuing Order Calendar under Rule 8.16
beginning Tuesday, November 28, 1972, the consideration of the
following bills or their Senate companions:
HB 11-A-Sewage treatment facilities
HB 12-A-Bonds for air and water pollution control
CS for HB 16-A-Appropriation for the Pollution Control De-
partment
CS for HB 17-A-Central and Southern Florida flood control
district
HB 9-A-Church exemptions from municipal utility taxes
HB 13-A-University of South Florida Medical Center
HB 1-A-Capital felonies
HB 2-A-Limitation of prosecution
HB 3-A-Execution warrants
HB 4-A-Parole

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

Consideration of the Special and Continuing Order

HB 11-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sewage
treatment facilities, authorizing the department of pollution
control to make loans to local governmental agencies, to plan,
design, construct or acquire land therefore; providing for the
establishment of a revolving loan fund; providing for disposi-
tion of interest earned; providing appropriations; providing an
effective date.
-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Spicola, the rules were
waived and HB 11-A was read the second time by title.

The Committee on Rules & Calendar offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-In title line 9, strike "therefore" and insert:
therefore
Mr. Dubbin moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.

Representative Fortune offered the following amendment:



Amendment 2-On page 2, line 7, after the word "Statutes"
insert: and any publicly owned nonprofit corporation organized
to construct and operate sewage treatment facilities



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Mr. Fortune moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof-

Mr. Dubbin raised the point of order that the amendment by
Mr. Fortune was outside the purview of the Governor's Procla-
mation. Mr. Fortune inquired whether the amendment could
be adopted by a two-thirds vote. Mr. Dubbin said that, under
the Precedents of the House, amendments which are outside
the purview, although they may be otherwise germane to the
bill before the House, must be introduced by a separate bill.
Mr. Dubbin reviewed the precedents in point, stemming from
Rule 11.7.

The Speaker ruled the point of order by Mr. Dubbin was
well taken and the amendment was out of order. Mr. Sessums
said Section 2, paragraph 3, of the Governor's Call read:
"Establishment of a revolving fund for loans by the Depart-
ment of Pollution Control to local governmental agencies for
sewer treatment facilities, and providing necessary appropri-
ation." He said the language of HB 11-A, in Section 1, para-
graph 1, tracks the language of the Governor's Call. The amend-
ment, he said, would broaden that beyond the scope of the
Call and there is an abundance of precedent. It indicates, con-
tinued the Speaker, that even though an amendment may other-
wise be germane to a bill, and otherwise in order, in the event
that it does, however, fall outside the scope of the Call, then
it is out of order and must necessarily be embodied in a sub-
sequent bill subject to a two-thirds vote for introduction.

The amendment was ruled out of order.

Representative A. S. Robinson offered the following amend-
ment:
Amendment 3-On page 2, insert between lines 20 and 21:
(4) In no event shall any local government borrow more than
15 million dollars from this revolving loan fund
Renumber (4) as (5) and subsequent sections
Mr. Robinson moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof-

Representative Rude offered the following amendment to the
amendment:
Amendment 1 to Amendment 3-On page 2, insert after "re-
volving loan fund": in aggregate amount for any one project.
Mr. Rude moved the adoption of the amendment to the amend-
ment, which failed of adoption.



The question recurred on the adoption of
which failed of adoption. The vote was:



Gorman
Grosse
Hazelton
Hodges
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Matthews
McDonald
Mixson


Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, J. R.
Cohen
Conway
Cunningham



Moudry
Nergard
Nuckolls
Papy
Peaden
Poorbaugh
Randell
Reynolds
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Savage



Danahy
Dubbin
Dyer
Fontana
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier



the amendment,



Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson



Gordon
Grizzle
Hagan
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes



Kershaw
Kutun
Lockward
Malloy
Martinez
Mattox
McPherson



Melvin
Miller
Mooney
Nelson
Ogden
Redman
Richmond



Ryals
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola



Steinberg
Tittle
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Young



Representative Hair was recorded as voting Yea, and Repre-
sentative Harllee was recorded as voting Nay.

Representatives P. Thomas and Mixson offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 4-On page 2, line 7, after the word "Statutes"
insert: and shall also include school boards
Mr. Thomas moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

Representatives Melvin and Tubbs offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 5-On page 2, line 16, strike "structing and
acquiring land for sewage treatment" and insert: structing,
modifying, upgrading and acquiring land for sewage treatment
Mr. Melvin moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Matthews offered the following amendment:
Amendment 6-On page 3, line 15, after the comma insert:
where said funds are specifically allocated to sewage programs,
Mr. Matthews moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

Representatives Dick Clark and Baumgartner offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 7-On page 3, line 1, insert: (5) upon approval
of loan application by the Department local governmental agen-
cies shall be removed from the restriction of sewer connections.
Renumber following subsections-
Mr. Dick Clark moved the adoption of the amendment. Pend-
ing consideration thereof-

Mr. Harris raised the point of order that the amendment was
out of order as it contained material outside the Governor's call.
The Speaker ruled the point well taken and the amendment was
withdrawn.

Representative Holloway offered the following amendment:
Amendment 8-On page 2, line 26, after "-is less;" insert:
and shall be secured by any pledged revenues and by the full
faith and credit of the local governmental agencies.
Mr. Holloway moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

On motion by Mr. Spicola, the rules were waived and HB
11-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:



Yeas-117
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown



Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig



Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley



Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse



Yeas-53
Avon
Bass
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clem
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Dixon
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Foster
Gibson

Nays-55
The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd



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Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis



Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
'Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden



Poole Steinberg
Poorbaugh Thomas, J. C.
Price Thomas, P.
Randell Tillman
Redman Tittle
Reynolds Tobiassen
Richmond Tolton
Rish Tubbs
Robinson, A. S. Tucker
Robinson, G. C. Turlington
Robinson, J. W. Walker
Rude Webb
Ryals Whitson
Savage Williams
Shreve Williamson
Singleton, C. A. Wilson
Singleton, M. L. Young
Smith
Snowden
Spicola



Nays-None

Representative Sackett was recorded as voting Yea.

[Because of a malfunction of the voting machine, Representa-
tive Kiser's vote accordingly was ordered included in the regu-
lar roll call.]

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.

Presentation of Guest

On motion by Mr. Turlington, the Speaker invited to the
rostrum The Honorable Stephen O'Connell, former Chief Justice
of the Supreme Court of Florida and now President of the Uni-
versity of Florida, who spoke briefly of the forthcoming legisla-
tive weekend.

HB 12-A-A bill to be entitled An Act relating to bonds for
air and water pollution control; amending section 403.1834,
Florida Statutes to provide a $200-million limit on bonds issued
in any year; providing an effective date.

-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Spicola, the rules were
waived and HB 12-A was read the second time by title.

The Committee on Rules & Calendar offered the following
amendment:

Amendment 1-In title, line 6, after "403.1834" insert: (3)

Mr. Dubbin moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

The Committee on Rules & Calendar offered the following
amendment:

Amendment 2-On page 1, line 14, after "403.1834(3)" in-
sert: Florida Statutes,
Mr. Spicola moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Spicola, the rules were waived and HB 12-A,
as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:

Yeas-117



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass



Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn



Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry



Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem



Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben



Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox



9



McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals



Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Nays-None

Representatives Sackett and Snowden were recorded as voting
Yea.

[Because of a malfunction of the voting machine, Repre-
sentative Kiser's vote accordingly was ordered included in the
regular roll call.]

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate after engrossment.

HB 16-A was taken up, together with:


By the Select Committee on Appropriations-

CS for HB 16-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the
department of pollution control; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.
-which was read the first time by title and HB 16-A was
laid on the table.


On motions by Mr. Spicola, the rules were waived and CS
for HB 16-A was read the second time by title and the third
time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-85



The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fontana
Fortune



Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gorman
Grizzle
Hagan
Hair
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay



Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals



Savage
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Wilson
Young








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Nays-28
Avon
Bass
Becker
Birchfield
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem



Crabtree
Crane
Culbreath
Grosse
Haben
Harllee
Hodges



Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Mattox
Mixson
Papy



Representatives Gordon, Sackett, Shreve,
were recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed and was immediately
Senate.



Peaden
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Rude
Whitson
Williams

and Williamson


certified to the



HB 17-A was taken up, together with:

By the Select Committee on Environmental Protection-
CS for HB 17-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to
flood control districts; amending chapter 378, Florida Statutes,
to create a new section dealing with the declaration of water
shortage and emergency orders; providing an effective date.
-which was read the first time by title and HB 17-A was
laid on the table.

On motions by Mr. Spicola, the rules were waived and CS for
HB 17-A was read the second time by title and the third time
by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-113



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley



Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward



Nays-3
Clark, J. R. Jones

Representatives Gordon and
Yea.



MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.



Rude
Ryals
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Langley

Sackett were recorded as voting



So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

H8i 9-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to church ex-
emptions from municipal taxes imposed on public services under
167.431, Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Turlington, the rules were
waived and HB 9-A was read the second time by title.



Representative Turlington offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 20, strike "1973" and insert:
1972
Mr. Turlington moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Turlington, the rules were waived and HB
9-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. Pending
roll call-

Representative Carlucci offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 1, line 15, strike "recognized churches
of the state are hereby exempt" and insert: recognized churches
in the state are hereby exempt
Mr. Carlucci moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote. The vote was:

Yeas-90



Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchlield
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon



Nays-19
The Chair
Blackburn
Foster
Gorman
Haben



Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fontana
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
James
Johnson
Jones



Hazelton
Hutto
Lewis
Mattox
Mixson



Representatives Nelson
Yea.

The question recurred
amended. The vote was:



Yeas-116
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw



Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan



Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mooney
Moudry
Nergard
Nuckolls
Papy
Peaden
Poorbaugh
Price
Redman



Randell
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Rude
Ryals



Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Sackett
Savage
Singleton, C. A.
Smith
Spicola
Steinberg
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tucker
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Wilson
Young



Snowden
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Williamson



and Shreve were recorded as voting


on passage of HB 9-A, as further



Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay



Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell



November 28, 1972








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Redman Ryals Steinberg
Reynolds Savage Thomas, J. C.
Richmond Shreve Thomas, P.
Rish Singleton, C. A. Tillman
Robinson, A. S. Singleton, M. L. Tittle
Robinson, G. C. Smith Tobiassen
Robinson, J. W. Snowden Tolton
Rude Spicola Tubbs



Nays-2
Becker



Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Tucker



Representative Sackett was recorded as voting Yea and
Representative Harris changed his vote from Yea to Nay.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate after engrossment.

On motion by Dr. Hodes, the rules were waived and the
House reverted to the order of-


Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed-

By Senator de la Parte-
SB 5-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the medical
center, university of south florida; providing an appropriation
for phase II facility construction project; providing an ef-
fective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer O0. Friday, Secretary

SB 5-A, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Select Committee on Ap-
propriations and to the Committee on Rules & Calendar.


Continuation of Consideration of the Special and
Continuing Order

HB 13-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the con-
struction of the University of South Florida Medical Center;
making an appropriation to the Board of Regents for construc-
tion of Phase II at the University of South Florida Medical
Center; providing an effective date.
-was taken up. On motion by Dr. Hodes, the rules were
waived and HB 13-A was read the second time by title.

Representatives Redman and Hodes offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, strike all of lines 15 through 25
and insert the following: Section 1. There is hereby appropriated
to the department of general services for the department of
education-university of south florida-medical center from
the general revenue fund the amount of nine million dol-
lars ($9,000,000) for the phase II facility construction project.
Section 2. This act shall take effect upon becoming law.
Dr. Hodes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representatives Redman and Hodes offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 2-In the title, strike all of lines 3 through 10 and
insert the following: A bill to be entitled An act relating to the



medical center, university of south florida; providing an appro-
priation for phase II facility construction project; providing an
effective date.
Dr. Hodes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Dr. Hodes, agreed to by two-thirds vote, SB 5-A
was withdrawn from the Select Committee on Appropriations
and the Committee on Rules & Calendar and substituted for
HB 13-A.

SB 5-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the medical
center, university of south florida; providing an appropriation
for phase II facility construction project; providing an effective
date.
-was taken up. On motion by Dr. Hodes, the rules were
waived and SB 5-A was read the second time by title.

Representatives Redman and Hodes offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 15, after the period insert the
following: This appropriation is in addition to any earlier state
appropriation or allocation of bond funds. If federal funds do
become available, release of the above appropriation shall be
reduced by an amount equal to the federal funds.
Dr. Hodes moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.

On motion by Dr. Hodes, the rules were waived and SB 5-A,
as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:

Yeas-112



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer



Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser



Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond



Rish
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Nays-1
Miller

Representatives Harris, Hazelton, Ogden, A. S. Robinson, and
Sackett were recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate, after engrossment.

Under the Rule, HB 13-A was laid on the table.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and the
staff counsel for the Select Committee on Capital Punishment
was permitted to be present in the Chamber during consideration
of HB's 1-A, 2-A, 3-A, and 4-A.



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Without objection, consideration of HB 1-A was temporarily
deferred.

HB 2-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to limitation
of prosecution; amending 932.465, Florida Statutes, to provide
that prosecution of an offense punishable by death or one pun-
ishable by life imprisonment may be commenced at any time;
providing a six year limitation for a felony of the first degree,
three years for any other felony, two years for a misdemeanor
of the first degree, one year for a misdemeanor of the second
degree; providing an effective date.
-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were
waived and HB 2-A was read the second time by title.

The Select Committee on Capital Punishment offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 2, line 29, strike all of line 29 and
insert the following: upon becoming a law.
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and HB
2-A, as amended, was read the third time by title.

Representatives Becker, Martinez, and Redman offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 2, line 26, strike "retires from the
office" and insert the following: leaves the office or as other-
wise provided in this section, whichever is greater.
Mr. Becker moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted by two-thirds vote.

On passage of HB 2-A, as further amended, the vote was:

Yeas-118



Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis



Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.



Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Nays-None

Representative Craig was recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

Subsequently, on motion by Mr. Gautier, HB 2-A was recalled
from the Engrossing Room for the purpose of further consider-
ation.



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HB 3-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to execution;
amending 922.09, Florida Statutes, to provide that the Florida
Supreme Court shall issue execution warrants; amending 922.-
15, Florida Statutes, by repealing the requirement of sending
the governor a copy of the warrant after execution; repealing
922.12 and 922.14, Florida Statutes, relating to return of
warrant of execution issued by the governor and sentence of
death unexceuted for unjustifiable reasons; providing an effec-
tive date.
-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were
waived and HB 3-A was read the second time by title.

The Committee on Rules & Calendar offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-In the title, line 14, strike "unexceuted" and
insert the following: unexecuted
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

The Select Committee on Capital Punishment offered the fol-
lowing amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 2, strike all of line 17 and insert
the following: upon becoming a law.
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and HB
3-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-115



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel

Nays-3
Cherry



Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis



Harris



Libertore Robinson. J. W.
Lockward Rude
MacKay Ryals
Martinez Sackett
Matthews Savage
Mattox Shreve
McDonald Singleton, C. A.
McPherson Singleton, M. L.
Melvin Smith
Miller Snowden
Mixson Spicola
Mooney Steinberg
Moudry Thomas, J. C.
Nelson Thomas, P.
Nergard Tillman
Nuckolls Tittle
Ogden Tobiassen
Papy Tolton
Peaden Tubbs
Poole Tucker
Poorbaugh Turlington
Price Walker
Randell Webb
Redman Whitson
Reynolds Williams
Richmond Williamson
Rish Wilson
Robinson, A. S. Young
Robinson, G. C.



Malloy



Representative Craig was recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed and was ordered immediately certified to
the Senate, after engrossment.

HB 4-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to parole;
amending 947.16(2), (3) and (4), Florida Statutes, to provide
that a person who receives or has received a sentence of death
and that sentence is changed to life imprisonment or has been
changed to life imprisonment shall not be eligible for parole
until he has served at least fifteen (15) calendar years of



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel









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imprisonment; providing that the person shall receive credit
for imprisonment under a death sentence; providing a severa-
bility clause; providing an effective date.
-was taken up. On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were
waived and HB 4-A was read the second time by title.

The Select Committee on Capital Punishment offered the fol-
lowing amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 2, strike all of line 24 and insert
the following: upon becoming a law.
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Blackburn offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 1, line 29, strike "fifteen (15)" and
insert the following: twenty (20)
Mr. Blackburn moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, without objection, further
consideration of HB 4-A was temporarily deferred.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and the
House reverted to the order of-


Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed-

By Senators de la Parte and Williams-
SB 8-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; providing a supplemental appropriation for the state's
portion of the 1972-73 minimum foundation program K-12; pro-
viding an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

SB 8-A, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Select Committee on Appro-
priations and the Committee on Rules & Calendar.


The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker

Sir:

I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed as amended-

By Senator de la Parte-
SB 9-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to church ex-
emptions from municipal taxes imposed on public services under
167.431, Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.

By Senator de la Parte-



SB 10-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public de-
fenders; amending section 27.51(1), Florida Statutes; providing
for permissive jurisdiction to represent indigents accused of
misdemeanors and municipal violations; amending section 27.54
(2), Florida Statutes, 1972 Supplement, as amended by section
4, chapter 72-327, Laws of Florida; providing for county or



November 28, 1972



-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Andrews-
HB 24-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Florida
land sales practices; adding a new section to Chapter 478,
Florida Statutes, to require registrants who utilize solicitation
of sales by telephone to authorize the division of Florida land
sales of department of business regulation to monitor their
telephone communications; requiring division to establish meth-
ods of monitoring; prohibiting sales solicitations by telephone
unless registrant grants authority to monitor and agrees with
division on method; making lawful any interception of com-
munications pursuant to this section and making division's em-
ployees so acting investigative or law enforcement officers
within terms of specified federal and state laws; making an
appropriation to division from land sales trust fund for remain-
der of fiscal year; providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Hartnett and' Andrews-
HB 25-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the de-
partment of banking and finance; and banks, holding companies,
trust companies and other business organizations; amending
659.141(1) and 659.141(2) (a), Florida Statutes prohibiting
the acquisition, retention, or ownership of all or substantially
all the assets of or control over banks, trust companies and
certain forms of business organizations in this State and cer-
tain forms of business organizations furnishing investment
advisory services in this state, by certain forms of business
organizations the activities of which are conducted principally
outside the state; redefining holding company; amending 659.-
141(3) (e) to provide for certain exemptions; and adding new
subsection 659.141(3) (g); and adding new subsection 659.-
141(2) (h); providing for an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By the Select Committee on Capital Punishment-
HB 26-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital fel-
onies; providing a punishment for a person convicted of a
capital felony if subsequent thereto, the death penalty is de-



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municipality financial contributions for defending misdemeanors
and violations of municipal ordinances; providing an effective
date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

SB's 9-A and 10-A, contained in the above message, were
read the first time by title and referred to the Committee on
Rules & Calendar.

Mr. Dubbin moved that the House adjourn upon completion
of Introduction and Reference to reconvene at 9:30 a.m. to-
morrow, which was agreed to.


Introduction and Reference

By Representative Andrews-
HB 23-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Florida
land sales practices; amending Section 478.121, Florida Stat-
utes, to require platting of lands offered for registration if
located in this state and to require showing that all lands meet
or will meet requirements of governing bodies as to specified
facilities and improvements; making provisions applicable to
previously registered lands ninety (90) days after effective
date, when registration becomes invalid if provisions are not
met; declaring act to be remedial and to be strictly construed;
and providing an effective date.









14 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES November 28, 1972

cared unconstitutional; providing a penalty for capital felonies Engrossing Reports
if the death penalty is declared unconstitutional; providing an
effective date. Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-
HB 12-A HB 11-A HB 9-A
-was read the first time by title and placed on the Rules HB 3-A
Calendar.
-have been incorporated and the bills herewith returned.
S. Allen Morris, Clerk
By Representative Gautier- Aln Morris, Clrk
-and the bills were ordered immediately certified to the
HB 27-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public de- Senate.
fenders; amending 27.51(1), Florida Statutes; providing for Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendment to-SB 5-A
permissive jurisdiction to represent indigents accused of misde- -has been examined and the bill herewith returned.
meanors and municipal violations; amending 27.54(2), Florida has been examined and the bill herewith returned.
Statutes, 1972 Supplement, as amended by 4, chapter 72-327, -and the bill with amendment, was ordered immediately
Laws of Florida; providing for county or municipality financial certified to the Senate.
contributions for defending misdemeanors and violations of mu-
nicipal ordinances; providing an effective date. Adjournment

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com- Pursuant to the motion previously adopted, the House ad-
mittee on Rules & Calendar. journed at 5:37 p.m. to reconvene at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow.









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House of Rep resentatives


Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Third Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]

SPECIAL SESSION



Wednesday, November 29, 1972



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 9:30 a.m.

The following Members were recorded present:



Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Excused: Representative Culbreath.

A quorum was present.


Prayer


Prayer by Representative Robert M. Johnson:
Our Father God, as we enter into the arena of life and
death, grant unto us the wisdom of Solomon and the
patience of Job. Help us to understand that ours is not
merely to do, but to do rightly. Help us to realize that our
judgment from Your hands will not examine us for our
trophies, our awards or our power of person or eloquence,
but for the scars we bear in our fight to do Your will.
Be the guiding hand upon this state, we pray. Amen


The Journal

The Journal of November 28 was corrected and approved as
follows: On page 4 in line 2 of title of HB 12-A, strike "(3)"
and on page 9, column 1, line 2 of title of HB 12-A, strike
"(3)"; also on page 9, column 2, line 1 of title of HB 16-A,
strike "HB 16-A" and insert "CS for HB 16-A"



Announcements

The Speaker announced that he has appointed Representatives
Gwendolyn S. Cherry and Mary R. Grizzle to the Committee on
Rules & Calendar.

The Speaker also announced that he has appointed Repre-
sentatives Murray H. Dubbin, John L. Ryals, and Jim K. Till-
man to serve as House members on the Joint Legislative Man-
agement Committee.


Record Vote

Representative Kiser asked to be recorded as voting Yea on
the adoption of Amendment 1 to Amendment 3 to HB 11-A on
November 28.


Co-introducers

Representatives Hodes and Martinez were given permission
to be recorded as co-introducers of HB's 11-A, 12-A, 13-A, CS
for HB 16-A, and CS for HB 17-A.

Representative Danahy was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB's 11-A, 12-A, CS for HB 16-A, and
CS for HB 17-A.

Representative Spicola was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 13-A, CS for HB 16-A, and CS for HB
17-A.

Representative Williamson was given permission to be
recorded as a co-introducer of HB 10-A.


Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar


The following report was read:

November 29, 1972
The Honorable Terrell Sessums
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as the
Special and Continuing Order Calendar under Rule 8.16 begin-
ning Wednesday, November 29, 1972, the consideration of the
following bills or their Senate companions:
HB 2-A-Limitation of prosecution
HB 26-A-Capital felonies
HB 1-A-Capital felonies
HB 4-A-Parole



15



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel









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SB 10-A-Public defenders (Companion or similar to HB
27-A)
SB 9-A-Church exemptions from municipal utility taxes

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.


Consideration of the Special and Continuing Order

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and all
bills relating to capital punishment will remain i in the possession
of the House until completion of consideration of such bills.

HB 2-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to limitation
of prosecution; amending 932.465, Florida Statutes, to provide
that prosecution of an offense punishable by death or one pun-
ishable by life imprisonment may be commenced at any time;
providing a six year limitation for a felony of the first degree,
three years for any other felony, two years for a misdemeanor
of the first degree, one year for a misdemeanor of the second
degree; providing an effective date.
-was taken up, having passed the House, as amended, yes-
terday and recalled from the Engrossing Room for the purpose
of further consideration.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the House reconsidered the vote
by which HB 2-A passed, as amended, and the bill was placed
on third reading.

The Committee on Rules & Calendar offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 3-In the title, line 14, after the semicolon in-
sert: providing that the statute of limitations for offenses com-
mitted by state, county, or municipal officials during their
terms of office shall be two years from their leaving office or
as provided for the specific offense committed, whichever is
greater;
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.



The question recurred
amended. The vote was:



Yeas-116
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Cunningham



Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris



on the passage of HB 2-A, as further



Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin



"Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals



Savage Spicola
Shreve Steinberg
Singleton, C. A. Thomas, J. C.
Singleton, M. L. Thomas, P.
Smith Tillman
Snowden Tittle



Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker



Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Nays-None

Representative Hodes was recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

HB 26-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital fel-
onies; providing a punishment for a person convicted of a
capital felony if subsequent thereto, the death penalty is de-
clared unconstitutional; providing a penalty for capital felonies
if the death penalty is declared unconstitutitutional; providing an
effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representative Gautier offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 23, after the period insert:
Provided, however, that only imprisonment while under a
sentence of death shall be credited toward the fifteen (15)
years of imprisonment.
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Gautier offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2-In the title, line 8, after the semicolon insert:
providing that the person shall receive credit only for imprison-
ment under a death sentence;
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Blackburn, the rules were waived and
further consideration of HB 26-A was temporarily deferred
until after final consideration of HB 1-A.

HB 1-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital
felonies; amending 775.082(1), Florida Statutes, providing a
mandatory death penalty for capital felonies; amending 782.04,
Florida Statutes, providing that a felony murder by the per-
petrator of the crime shall be first degree murder and other
felony murders shall be second degree murders; providing that
murder in the second degree may be punishable by a term of
years not to exceed life; providing a definition of premedita-
tion; repealing the offense of abominable and detestable crime
against nature from said section since that offense was declared
unconstitutional; republishing 779.07, Florida Statutes, for
clarity; amending 790.16(1), Florida Statutes, providing that
the penalty for throwing bombs shall be a felony of the first
degree; republishing 790.161, Florida Statutes, for clarity;
amending 794.01, Florida Statutes, providing a capital felony
for rape of a person under thirteen (13) years of age and a
term of years not to exceed life imprisonment for rape of a per-
son thirteen (13) years or older; amending 805.02, Florida
Statutes, providing a penalty of a term of years not to exceed
life imprisonment for kidnapping for ransom; repealing 921.-
141, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 72-72, Laws of
Florida, relating to a bifurcated trial; providing a severability
clause; providing an effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

The Select Committee on Capital Punishment offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 9, strike all of lines 14 and 15 and
insert: Section 10. Subsections (3) and (4) of section 790.16,
Florida Statutes, are repealed.
Section 11. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law.
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.



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The Select Committee on Capital Punishment offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 2-In the title, on page 2, line 8, after the semi-
colon insert: repealing 790.16(3) and (4), Florida Statutes,
relating to recommendation of mercy;
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representatives Johnson and Turlington offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 3-On page 3, line 15, strike everything after en-
acting clause and insert:
Section 1. Section 782.04, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
782.04 Murder.-
(1) The unlawful killing of a human being, when perpetrated
from a premeditated design to effect the death of the person
killed or any human being. eF wwhe eemmitted io the per-petra-
oie-n of eo in the attemt to perpetiate an-y ar-sen, rpe ebbseeby,
burg4soy, a4bomin4Qble and detestable er-ime agaQinst naiu're eP
k4d+tnping- shall be murder in the first degree and shall consti-
tute a capital felony, punishable as provided in section 775.082.
(a) When the unlawful killing occurs while the accused is
engaged in, or is an accomplice in the commission of, or an at-
tempt to commit, or flight after committing or attempting to
commit any arson, rape, robbery, burglary, kidnapping, or the
unlawful throwing, placing or discharging of a destructive de-
vice or bomb, and where such killing is effected in the further-
ance of such act or acts, it shall be presumed, subject to rebuttal
by the accused, that the unlawful killing was perpetrated from a
premeditated design to effect the death of the person killed or
any human being.
(b) In all cases under this section the procedure set forth in
section 921.141 shall be followed in order to determine sentence
of death or life imprisonment.
(2) The unlawful killing of a human being, When when per-
petrated by any act imminently dangerous to another and evinc-
ing a depraved mind regardless of human life, although without
any premeditated design to effect the death of any particular
individual, such acts to include but not be limited to the commis-
sion of, or an attempt to commit, or flight after committing or
attempting to commit any arson, rape, robbery, burglary, kid-
napping, or the unlawful throwing, placing or discharging of a
destructive device or bomb, it shall be murder in the second
degree and shall constitute a life felony of- the f4r- deg-ree,
punishable as provided in section 775.082.; eeetion --75.083, -e0
section 775.084.
(3) The unlawful killing of a human being, W-h*ei when per-
petrated without any design to effect death, by a person engaged
in, or an accomplice in the commission of, or an attempt to com-
mit, or flight after committing or attempting to commit any
felony, other than arson, rape, robbery, burglary, ep kidnapping
or the unlawful throwing, placing or discharging of a destruc-
tive device or bomb 4t shall be murder in the third degree and
shall constitute a felony of the second degree, punishable as pro-
vided in section 775.082, section 775.083, or section 775.084.
COMMENT: Murder in the first degree has been redefined
to reserve as a capital felony only those killings committed
with premeditated design. The felony murder rule is used
as a rule of evidence to give prosecutors an additional tool
to aid in proof of premeditation. Murder in the second de-
gree is essentially the same, except that original felony
murder language is added as equating acts "imminently
dangerous to another and evincing a depraved mind regard-
less of human life." Accordingly, where proof of premedi-
tated design by proof of the named felony is successfully
rebutted under subsection (1)(a), murder in the second
degree becomes a clear lesser included offense as no pre-
meditated design is required. In addition, the section deletes
reference to the "abominable and detestable crime against
nature" which is not presently a crime in Florida until a
new sodomy statute is enacted. The bombing situation has
been added. Therefore, a clear intention is manifest to in-



elude only serious common law or statutory felonies which
are presently made criminal. Should a sodomy statute later
be enacted, it could be included.



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becoming eligible for parole unless the proceeding held to deter-
mine sentence according to the procedure set forth in section
921.141 results in findings by the court which mandate a
sentence of death, in which case such person shall be punished
by death.
(2) A person who has been convicted of any other designated
felony may be punished as follows:



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Section 2. Chapter 782, Florida Statutes, is amended by add-
ing section 782.011 to read:
782.011 Definitions.-In this chapter, unless a different
meaning plainly is required:
(1) "Sudden and sufficient provocation" is something which
would naturally and instantly produce in the mind of an ordi-
nary person the highest degree of anger, rage, resentment, or
exasperation.
(2) "Heat of passion" is anger, rage, resentment, or exaspera-
tion so intense as to overcome or suspend the use of ordinary
judgment and to render the mind of an ordinary person incap-
able of calm reflection.
(3) "Dangerous weapon" is any weapon which, in the manner
it is used, is likely to produce death or great bodily harm.
(4) "Premeditated design" as it applies to the crime of mur-
der means a fully-formed conscious purpose to take human life,
formed upon reflection and present in the mind of the accused
at the time of the killing.
(5) "Destructive device or bomb" shall have the meaning set
forth in section 790.001(4).
(6) An "act imminently dangerous to another, and evincing
a depraved mind regardless of human life" is an act or series of
acts which a person of ordinary judgment would know to be
reasonably certain to kill or do great bodily injury to another
and is done from malice, hatred, spite or an evil intent, and is of
such a nature that the act or series of acts indicates an indif-
ference to human life.
COMMENT: These definitions are set forth in the interest
of clarity and do not change existing law as applied. The
primary source is the Florida Standard Jury Instructions
(1970 Ed.), except for the statutory reference in subsection
(5). The definitions set forth in subsections (1), (2) and
(3) apply primarily to section 782.03, Florida Statutes,
Excusable homicide, and explain terms used therein.
Section 3. Subsection (1) of section 775.081, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
775.081 Classifications of felonies and misdemeanors.-
(1) Felonies are classified, for the purpose of sentence and
for any other purpose specifically provided by statute, into the
following categories:
(a) Capital felony;
(b) Life felony;
44). (c) Felony of the first degree;
4-e- (d) Felony of the second degree; and
-(4 (e) Felony of the third degree.
A capital felony and a life felony must be so designated by
statute. A ftoi-ea-pi4l felony Other felonies are of the particular
degree designated by statute. Any crime declared by statute
to be a felony without specification of degree is of the third
degree, except that this provision shall not affect felonies pun-
ishable by life imprisonment for the first offense.
COMMENT: Provides a new category of felony to serve
as an additional deterrent to those crimes, while not classi-
fied capital, are especially serious in nature.
Section 4. Section 775.082, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
(1) A person who has been convicted of a capital felony shall
be punished by death unless the vedie1; ieltdefs a 3eeermmene4a-
t,ioe to mer---y by e .ma-jo-ei.y of -fthe jlury, i, wh.ei ease the tpro-


in .the dser-etieoef the eou.t life imprisonment and shall be re-
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(a) For a life felony, by a term of imprisonment in the state
penitentiary not exceeding life imprisonment but in every case
by a term of imprisonment in the state penitentiary for a mini-
mum of thirty (30) years;
-E. (b) For a felony of the first degree, by a term of im-
prisonment in the state penitentiary not exceeding thirty (30)
years or, when specifically provided by statute, by imprisonment
in the state penitentiary for a term of years not exceeding life
imprisonment;
.4. (c) For a felony of the second degree, by a term of im-
prisonment in the state penitentiary not exceeding- fifteen (15)
years;
S44 (d) For a felony of the third degree, by a term of im-
prisonment in the state penitentiary not exceeding five (5)
years.
(3) A person who has been convicted of a designated mis-
demeanor may be sentenced as follows:
(a) For a misdemeanor of the first degree, by a definite
term of imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one (1)
year;
(b) For a misdemeanor of the second degree, by a definite
term of imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding sixty
(60) days.
(4) Nothing in this section shall be construed to alter the
operation of any statute of this state authorizing a trial court,
in its discretion, to impose a sentence of imprisonment for an
indeterminate period within minimum and maximum limits as
provided by lawT, except as provided in subsections (1) and
(2)(a) above.
COMMENT: Subsection (1) provides two alternate sen-
tences for capital crimes which will be mandatory accord-
ing to the findings of fact made in a separate sentencing
proceeding. A distinction between life imprisonment under
subsection (1) and that contemplated under subsection
(2)(a), relating to life felonies should be noted. In the
former case, there is a minimum period to be served on a
life sentence before eligibility for parole. In the latter,
there is no such minimum but only a minimum term of
years which must be imposed if life imprisonment is not
the sentence. There is no minimum sentence for felonies
of the first degree. Thus, each category contemplates a de-
scending degree of severity according to the classification
of the crime.
Section 5. Section 921.141, Florida Statutes, as amended by
chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, is amended to read:
(Substantial rewording of section. See section 921.141, F.S.,
as amended by chapter 72-72\, Laws of Florida, for present
text.)
921.141 Sentence of death or life imprisonment for capital
felonies; further proceedings to determine sentence.-
(1) Upon conviction or adjudication of guilt of a defendant
of a capital felony the court shall conduct a separate sentenc-
ing proceeding to determine whether the defendant should be
sentenced to death or life imprisonment as authorized by sec-
tion 775.082. The proceeding shall be conducted by the trial
judge presiding and two additional judges from another circuit
or circuits to be appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of Florida as soon as practicable after certification of
conviction or adjudication of guilt by the trial judge and shall
commence within fifteen (15) days thereafter unless time is
extended by the Chief Justice for good cause shown. The jury,
if any, shall be discharged after returning its verdict on the
issue of guilt or innocence. In the proceeding, evidence may be
presented as to any matter that the sentencing court deems
relevant to sentence, relating to any of the aggravating or
mitigating circumstances enumerated in subsections (3) and
(4) of this section. Any such evidence which the court deems
to have probative force may be received, regardless of its



admissibility under the exclusionary rules of evidence, provided
that the defendant's counsel is accorded a fair opportunity to
rebut any hearsay statements; and further provided that this
subsection shall not be construed to authorize the introduction
of any evidence secured in violation of the Constitution of the
United States or of the State of Florida. The prosecuting at-
torney and the defendant or his counsel shall be permitted to
present argument for or against sentence of death.



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proceeding to determine sentence in capital cases. Only two
sentences are possible-death or life imprisonment, with a
minimum time to be served before eligibility for parole. A
sentence of death is mandatory upon the finding of facts set
forth in subsection (2). Otherwise, in the event the court
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(2) The sentencing court, after conducting such a separate
proceeding as set forth in subsection (1) above, shall impose
a sentence of death if it determines and sets forth by majority
vote as findings of fact:
(a) that an aggravating circumstance exists as enumerated
in subsection (3), and
(b) that no substantial mitigating circumstance exists as
enumerated in subsection (4) which would warrant leniency.
In each case, the determination of the court shall be supported
by specific written findings of fact and shall be based on the
record of the sentencing proceeding. Otherwise, the court shall
impose sentence of life imprisonment in accordance with section
775.082. Each such judgment and sentence of death shall be
subject to automatic review by the Supreme Court of Florida
within thirty (30) days after certification by the sentencing
court of the entire record unless time is extended an additional
period not to exceed thirty (30) days by the Supreme Court for
good cause shown. Such review by the Supreme Court shall have
priority over all other cases, and shall be heard on briefs and
oral argument only in accordance with rules promulgated by
the Supreme Court.
(3) Aggravating circumstances.-Aggravating circumstances
shall be limited to the following:
(a) The capital felony was committed by a convict under
sentence of imprisonment;
(b) The defendant was previously convicted of another
capital felony or of a felony involving the use or threat of
violence to the person;
(c) At the time the capital felony was committed the de-
fendant also committed another capital felony;
(d) The defendant knowingly created a great risk of death to
many persons;
(e) The capital felony was committed while the defendant
was engaged or was an accomplice in the commission of, or an
attempt to commit, or flight after committing or attempting to
commit any robbery, rape, arson, burglary, kidnapping, or the
unlawful throwing, placing or discharging of a destructive de-
vice or bomb;
(f) The capital felony was committed for the purpose of
avoiding or preventing a lawful arrest or effecting an escape
from custody;
(g) The capital felony was committed for pecuniary gain;
(h) The capital felony was especially heinous, atrocious or
cruel, manifesting exceptional depravity.
(4) Mitigating circumstances.--Mitigating circumstances
shall be limited to the following:
(a) The defendant has no significant history of prior crim-
inal activity;
(b) The capital felony was committed while the defendant
was under the influence of extreme mental or emotional dis-
turbance;
(c) The victim was a participant in the defendant's conduct or
consented to the act;
(d) The defendant was an accomplice in the capital felony
committed by another person and his participation was rela-
tively minor;
(e) The defendant acted under extreme duress or under the
substantial domination of another person;
(f) At the time of the capital felony, the capacity of the
defendant to appreciate the criminality of his conduct or to
conform his conduct to the requirements of law was substantial-
ly impaired as a result of mental disease, intoxication, or in-
fluence of drugs;
(g) The youth of the defendant at the time of the crime.
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exists but also that there is a substantial mitigating cir-
cumstance which warrants leniency, the sentence must be
life imprisonment with the conditions before stated. It
should be noted that while the exclusionary rules of evi-
dence are relaxed in this proceeding before three circuit
judges, on the basis that they are well qualified to dis-
tinguish between that evidence which has probative force
and that which does not, that there is no intent to au-
thorize introduction of evidence excluded because of a con-
stitutional infirmity. Also, matters to be considered are
limited only to those aggravating and mitigating circum-
stances enumerated in subsections (3) and (4). In addition,
it should be noted that Chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida,
listed an additional ground for mitigation relating to be-
lief of "moral justification or extenuation" that has been
deleted. Further, the language of subsection (4) (e) and (f)
has been strengthened by a requirement of "substantial"
duress, domination, or impairment.
Section 6. If a person is convicted of a capital felony and
sentenced to death in accordance with the procedure set forth
in section 921.141 and, subsequent thereto, capital punishment
is declared to be unconstitutional, a person so convicted and
sentenced shall be resentenced to life imprisonment in the state
prison and shall not be eligible for parole under such sentence
until he has served thirty (30) calendar years of imprisonment,
as provided by section 775.082.
Section 7. Section 790.16, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
790.16 Throwing bombs; discharging machine guns; penal-
ty.-
(1) It is unlawful for any person to throw any bomb or to
shoot or discharge any machine guns upon, across or along any
road, street or highway in the state, or upon or across any
public park in the state, or in, upon or across any public place
where people are accustomed to assemble in the state. The
casting of such bomb or the discharge of such machine gun in,
upon or across such public street, or in, upon or across such
public park, or in, upon or across such public place, whether
indoors or outdoors, including all theatres and athletic stadiums,
with intent to do bodily harm to any person or with intent to do
damage to the property of any person, not resulting in the death
of another person, shall be a eepitl felony of the first degree,
punishable as provided in section 775.082. A sentence not exceed-
ing life imprisonment is specifically authorized where great
bodily harm to another or serious disruption of governmental
operations results.
(2) This section shall not apply to the use of such bombs or
machine guns by any United States or state militia, or by any
eer-414 de-eptsy hsieA *, areohlels eales-, e f pflice p
p4iee law enforcement officer while in the discharge of their
lawful duty in suppressing riots and disorderly conduct, and in
preserving and protecting the public peace or in the preservation
of public property, or where said use shall be authorized by law.

dieree e ommed f the to the me-y o the eet
in wh44i event the penel*ty e4ll be ehenged fox m death to life

+(4 T-4!e eieui4t }judge befgee whem said en:se shell be ti4ed,
see4d he deem the eire* mstamees ndee which esaid offense wee
eemittee4 e4 saeh eftee end ehe'reeter to jtify elemeney,
ay- in hi4 disee+eiviei eh4a-ege the penalty f-iem death to uen -

COMMENT: This provision provides rational alternatives
in sentencing compatible with existing law, depending on the
degree of harm done. It is intended that where a homicide
results that such offense he prosecuted under section
782.04, F.S. Deletion of subsections (3) and (4) is required
to remove jury discretion to recommend mercy and judicial
discretion to lower the sentence. These provisions are un-
necessary as the most serious offense under this section is
now classified as a felony of the first degree, with specific
authorization of a term of imprisonment not exceeding life
imprisonment in certain cases.
Section 8. Section 790.161, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:



790.161 Throwing, placing or discharging any destructive de-
vice or attempt so to do, felony; penalties.-It is unlawful for
any person to throw, place, discharge or attempt to discharge



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such person, shall be guilty of kidnapping a person, which
constitutes a eat4al4 life felony, punishable as provided in
section 775.082.
COMMENT: This section reduces kidnapping for ransom
to a life felony, in accordance with the express general
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any destructive device, as defined herein, with intent to do
bodily harm to any person or with intent to do damage to the
property of any person, and any person convicted thereof shall
be guilty of a felony and punished in the following manner:
(1) When such action, or attempt at such action, results in
the death of any another person, the person so convicted shall
be guilty of a eepita4 life felony, punishable as provided in sec-
tion 775.082.
(2) When such action, or attempt at such action, results not
in the death of any person, but does result in personal injury to
a person or in damage o the property of any person, the person
so convicted shall be guilty of a felony of the first degree,
punishable as provided in sections 775.082, 775.083 or 775.084.
A sentence not exceeding life imprisonment is specifically
authorized where great bodily harm to another or serious dis-
ruption of governmental operations results.
COMMENT: The intent of the change in subsection (1) is
to make this penalty consistent with that imposed for
murder in the second degree or a life felony. Where evidence
of premeditation exists, the offender could be prose-
cuted for murder in the first degree, as the throwing of a
destructive device or bomb gives rise to a rebuttable pre-
sumption of premeditation under this act. The distinc-
tion here is that the perpetrator intends only to "do
bodily harm" or "damage to property", not necessarily
to kill another human being from a "premeditated de-
sign." Similar sentencing alternatives appear in subsection
(2) as appear in section 7 of this act.
Section 9. Section 794.01, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
(Substantial rewording of section. See section 794.01, F.S.,
for present text.)
794.01 Rape and forcible carnal knowledge; penalty.-
(1) Whoever unlawfully or carnally knows a female human
being under the age of ten (10) years shall be guilty of a life
felony, punishable as provided in section 775.082.
(2) Whoever ravishes and carnally knows a female human
being of the age of ten (10) years or more, by force and against
her will shall be guilty of a felony of the first degree, punish-
able by imprisonment in the state prison for life or for such
term of years as may be determined by the court.
(3) It shall not be necessary to prove the actual emission of
seed, but the crime shall be deemed complete upon proof of pen-
etration only.
COMMENT: This provision separates the crime of rape as
worded into its component parts and makes rape of a fe-
male under ten (10) a life felony. Other forcible rape is a
felony of the first degree, with specific authorization of
life imprisonment. The principle expressed here is that
the state should only be authorized to take a life where
a life is taken. It is believed that prior classification of
rape as a capital felony under these circumstances has
resulted in disparities in sentencing which are unjusti-
fied and too often reflect racial bias. The creation of a
life felony adds a significant and heavy deterrent to the
offense in subsection (1) as there would be a minimum
sentence of years imposed in accordance with section 775.-
082, F.S. In addition, where a death results, prosecution
may be had for murder in the first degree, with a rebut-
table presumption of premeditation. The penalty for rape
of a child under ten (10) years is therefore equal to that
contemplated for murder in the second degree.
Section 10. Section 805.02, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
805.02 Kidnapping for ransom.-Whoever, without lawful
authority, forcibly or secretly confines, imprisons, inveigles or
kidnaps any person, with intent to hold such person for a
ransom to be paid for the release of such person, or any
person who aids, abets or in any manner assists such person
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Section 11. It is declared to be the legislative intent that if
any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, provision
or word of this act is held to be invalid, the remainder of the
act shall not be affected.
Section 12. This act shall take effect on December 15, 1972.
Mr. Johnson moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
consideration thereof-

Representatives Rish, Lockward, Ogden, Gautier, Martinez,
Hutto, Nuckolls, Webb, and Williams offered the following sub-
stitute amendment:
Substitute Amendment 3-On page 4, line 7, after "kidnap-
ing," insert: or which resulted from the sale of heroin when
such heroin is proved to be a direct contributing factor in the
cause of death of the user to whom the heroin was sold,
Mr. Rish moved the adoption of the substitute amendment.
Without objection, the substitute amendment was withdrawn.



Mr. Ogden moved that Amendment 3 be
which was not agreed to. The vote was:



Yeas-30
The Chair
Blackburn
Carlucci
Dubbin
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier

Nays-86
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Boyd
Brown
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
-Conway
Crabtree
Crane
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dyer



Miller
Mixson
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Randell
Redman
Rish


Langley
Lewis
Libertore
MacKay
Malloy
Matthews
McDonald
McPherson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude



laid on the table,



Ryals
Shreve
Snowden
Tittle
Walker
Young




Sackett
Savage
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson



THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR

The question recurred on the adoption of Amendment 3.

Representative Tucker offered the following amendment to
the amendment:
Amendment 1 to Amendment 3-On page 9, line 4, strike
"and two additional judges from another circuit or circuits
to be appointed by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of
Florida"
Mr. Tucker moved the adoption of the amendment to the
amendment, which failed of adoption.


THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

Representative James offered the following amendment to
the amendment:
Amendment 2 to Amendment 3-On page 12, strike all of
lines 6 and 7 and insert: result of mental disease.



Mr. James moved the adoption of the amendment to the
amendment, which was adopted. The vote was:

Yeas-63



The Chair
Avon
Bass
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Cunningham
Danahy

Nays-51
Andrews
Baumgartner
Boyd
Carlucci
Cherry
Clem
Crane
Crenshaw
Dubbin
Dyer
Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune



Earle
Easley
Forbes
Foster
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Harllee
Hazelton
Hodes
James
Jones



Fulford
Gautier
Hair
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
Johnson
Kershaw
Lockward
MacKay



Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Malloy
Matthews
Mattox
McPherson
Mooney
Nergard
Nuckolls
Peaden
Poole
Randell
Redman



Martinez
Melvin
Miller
Nelson
Ogden
Papy
Poorbaugh
Price
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, J. W
Savage
Singleton, C. A



Mr. Tillman moved the previous question
which was agreed to.

The question recurred on the adoption of
amended, which was adopted. The vote was:



Haben
Harllee
Hector
Hutto
Lockward
Martinez
Mattox
Melvin


Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Hagan
Hair
Harris
Hazelton
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun



Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Hagan
Hair
Harris
Hazelton
Hodes
Hodges
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw



Fulford
Gautier
Haben
Harllee
Hartnett
Hector
Holloway
Hutto
Lockward
Martinez
Mattox
McPherson



Without objection, further
temporarily deferred.



Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
MacKay
Malloy
Matthews
McDonald
Miller
Mooney
Moudry
Nergard
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Reynolds



Melvin
Mixson
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Randell
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Rude
Ryals



Reynolds
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Shreve
Smith
Snowden
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tobiassen
Tucker
Walker
Williamson



Singleton, M. L.
Spicola
Steinberg
Tillman
Tittle
Tolton
Tubbs
Turlington
Webb
Williams
V. Wilson
Young


on Amendment 3,


Amendment 3, as



Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Snowden
Spicola
Tillman
Tittle
Tubbs
Walker
Webb
Williams



consideration of HB 1-A was



Yeas-70
Andrews
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Boyd
Brown
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Crabtree
Crane
Cunningham
Dyer
Earle
Easley

Nays-47
The Chair
Avon
Blackburn
Carlucci
Clark, Dick
Conway
Crenshaw
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Fortune
Foster



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Presentation of Guest

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and the
Speaker invited to the rostrum The Honorable Jesse M. Unruh,
former Speaker of the California Assembly, who addressed the
House briefly.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House advanced to the order
of-


Introduction and Reference

By the Select Committee on Appropriations and Representa-
tive Martinez-
HB 28-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; providing an appropriation; providing an effective
date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By the Select Committee on Appropriations-
HB 29-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; providing a supplemental appropriation; providing an
effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By the Select Committee on Appropriations-
HB 30-A-A bill to be entitled An act amending footnote
C of item 199, section 1 of chapter 72-409, Laws of Florida;
providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By the Select Committee on Appropriations-
HB 31-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; stating legislative intent; providing a supplemental
appropriation for the states portion of the 1972-73 minimum
foundation program K-12; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representative Johnson-
HB 32-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
government, repealing section 125.39 of Chapter 125, Florida
Statutes, relating to nonapplicability to county lands acquired
for delinquent taxes; providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Kershaw-
HB 33-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to game and
fresh water fish; amending 372.57 (4) (a), Florida Statutes,
to exempt certain state residents from obtaining fishing licenses
when fishing with poles for noncommercial purposes; provid-
ing an appropriation; providing an effective date,
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Rish, Dick Clark, Baumgartner, Mattox,
P. Thomas, Mixson, Nuckolls, Randell, Hutto, Libertore, McPher-
son, Kershaw, Young, Miller, Dyer, Boyd, Rude, Williamson,



Matthews, Papy, J. C. Thomas, Hartnett, James, Hazelton,
Langley, Harllee, Haben, Lockward, Cherry, Fontana, Hector,
Fortune, Melvin, Tucker, Webb, McDonald, Hodges, Williams,
Whitson, Tubbs, Holloway, J. W. Robinson, Shreve, Lewis, Rey-
nolds, and Craig--



November 29, 1972



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel



Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith o
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



A quorum was present.

Continuation of Consideration of the Special and Continuing
Order

HB 1-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital
felonies; amending 775.082(1), Florida Statutes, providing a
mandatory death penalty for capital felonies; amending 782.04,
Florida Statutes, providing that a felony murder by the per-
petrator of the crime shall be first degree murder and other
felony murders shall be second degree murders; providing that
murder in the second degree may be punishable by a term of
years not to exceed life; providing a definition of premedita-
tion; repealing the offense of abominable and detestable crime
against nature from said section since that offense was declared
unconstitutional; republishing 779.07, Florida Statutes, for
clarity; amending 790.16(1), Florida Statutes, providing that
the penalty for throwing bombs shall be a felony of the first
degree; republishing 790.161, Florida -Statutes, for clarity;



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HB 34-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sewage
treatment facilities; providing exemptions from moratoria;
providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Forbes, Dixon, and Grosse-
HB 35-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the regula-
tion of narcotic drugs; amending 398.22(1) (d), Florida Stat-
utes; increasing the penalty for the sale of heroin; providing an
effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Calen-
dar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure
was outside the purview of the Call.


Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 11:58 a.m.
to reconvene at 1:30 p.m. today.


AFTERNOON SESSION

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:30 p.m.

The following Members were recorded present:









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amending 794.01, Florida Statutes, providing a capital felony
for rape of a person under thirteen (13) years of age and a
term of years not to exceed life imprisonment for rape of a per-
son thirteen (13) years or older; amending 805.02, Florida
Statutes, providing a penalty of a term of years not to exceed
life imprisonment for kidnapping for ransom; repealing 921.-
141, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 72-72, Laws of
Florida, relating to a bifurcated trial; providing a severability
clause; providing an effective date.
-was taken up, having been read the second time this
morning and amended.

Representatives Johnson and Turlington offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 4-Strike entire title and insert: An act relating
to capital punishment, amending section 782.04, Florida Stat-
utes, to specify and redefine the crimes constituting murder;
providing for reclassification as certain degrees of felony;
amending chapter 782, Florida Statutes, by adding section 782.-
011; providing definitions; amending subsection (1) of section
775.081, Florida Statutes, providing for a life felony; amend-
ing section 775.082, Florida Statutes, to provide punishment for
capital and life felonies; amending section 921.141, Florida
Statutes, as amended by chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, pro-
viding procedures for a separate proceeding to determine sen-
tence in capital cases; providing for sentence of life imprison-
ment if capital punishment is ruled unconstitutional; amending
section 790.16, Florida Statutes, providing for new penalties
for throwing or discharging bombs or discharging machine
guns in public places; repealing subsections (3) and (4) of
section 790.16, Florida Statutes, relating to recommendation of
mercy and judicial discretion in sentencing; amending section
790.161, Florida Statutes; providing new penalties for throwing,
placing, or discharging any destructive device, depending on
degree of harm inflicted; amending section 794.01, Florida
Statutes; providing new penalties for crimes of rape; amending
section 805.02, Florida Statutes; providing that kidnapping
for ransom shall be a life felony; providing a severability clause;
providing an effective date.
Mr. Johnson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Savage offered the following amendment:
Amendment 5-On page 10, line 11, after the period in-
sert: The determination of the court shall be rendered within
fifteen (15) days after the sentencing proceeding has been
concluded.
Mr. Savage moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, consideration of the amend-
ment was temporarily deferred. Subsequently, Amendment 5
was withdrawn.

Representative Wilson offered the following amendment:
Amendment 6-On page 8, line 18, after the period insert:
Section 5. Section 918.045, Florida Statutes, is created to
read:
918.045 Procedure when offense is a capital felony.-When
the defendant is on trial charged with the commission of a
capital felony, the trial shall be presided over by three judges,
and shall in all other respects conform to the provisions of
section 918.015, and the rules provided thereunder
and renumber subsequent sections accordingly.
Mr. Wilson moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

Representatives Tobiassen, G. Robinson, J. Thomas, and Lewis
offered the following amendment:
Amendment 7-On page 16, line 12, strike everything through
line 26.
Mr. Tobiassen moved the adoption of the amendment. Pend-
ing consideration thereof-



Representative Martinez offered the following substitute
amendment:



Substitute Amendment 7-On page 16, strike all of lines 12
through 29 and on page 17, strike all of lines 1 through 12
and insert:
794.01 Rape and forcible carnal knowledge; penalty.-
(1) Whoever unlawfully or carnally knows a person under
the age of ten (10) years shall be guilty of a capital felony,
punishable as provided in 775.082.
(2) Whoever ravishes and carnally knows a person of the
age of ten (10) years or more, by force and against his or
her will shall be guilty of a felony of the first degree punish-
able by imprisonment in the state prison for life or for such
term of years as may be determined by the court.
(3) It shall not be necessary to prove the actual emission
of seed, but the crime shall be deemed complete upon proof of
penetration only.
Mr. Martinez moved the adoption of the substitute amend-
ment. Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Blackburn offered the following amendment
to the substitute amendment:
Amendment 1 to Substitute Amendment 7-On page 1, line
4, after the word "years" insert: whenever the offender is at
least seventeen (17) years of age
Mr. Blackburn moved the adoption of the amendment to the
substitute amendment, which was adopted.

The question recurred on the adoption of Substitute Amend-
ment 7, as amended, which was adopted.

Representative Kershaw offered the following amendment:
Amendment 8-On page 9, lines 4 and 5, strike "another
circuit or" and insert: two separate
Mr. Kershaw moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Richmond offered the following amendment:
Amendment 9-On page 4, line 25, strike "something" and
insert: that
Mr. Richmond moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Rish, Lockward, Ogden, Martinez, Hutto,
Nuckolls, Webb, Williams, Lewis, P. Thomas, Mixson, Black-
burn, Kutun, Steinberg, Gordon, Wilson, Conway, and Tucker
offered the following amendment:
Amendment 10-On page 2, line 28, after kidnapping, in-
sert:
or which resulted from the unlawful sale of heroin or cocaine
when such drug is proved to be a direct contributing factor
in the cause of death of the user to whom the heroin was sold,
Mr. Rish moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, consideration of the amend-
ment was temporarily deferred. Subsequently, Amendment 10
was withdrawn.

Representatives Conway, Mattox, and Steinberg offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 11-On page 4, line 19, after the period insert:
Section 2. Any person who, without authority, and by use of
violence or threats of violence assumes control or attempts to
assume control of any commercial aircraft within the boundaries
of this state shall be guilty of a capital felony, punishable as
provided in section 775.082.
And renumber the subsequent sections accordingly.
Mr. Conway moved the adoption of the amendment.



Pending consideration thereof, consideration of the amend-
ment was temporarily deferred. Subsequently, Amendment 11
was withdrawn.



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Representative Blackburn offered the following amendment:
Amendment 12-On page 16, line 20, after the word "will"
insert: whenever the offender is at least seventeen (17) years
of age
Mr. Blackburn moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Savage offered the following amendment:
Amendment 13-On page 10, line 11, after the period insert:
The determination of the court shall be rendered within sixty
(60) days after the testimony in the sentencing proceedings
has been concluded unless for good cause shown the Supreme
Court of Florida shall extend the time.
Mr. Savage moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Rish, Spicola, Nuckolls, Hutto, Lewis, Ku-
tun, Webb, Mattox, and Steinberg offered the following amend-
ment:
Amendment 14-On page 2, line 28, after "kidnapping" insert:
or which resulted from the unlawful distribution of heroin or
cocaine by a person over the age of 17 years when such drug
is proven to be the proximate cause of the death of the user.
Mr. Rish moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Martinez offered the following amendment:
Amendment 15-On page 2, strike all of lines 15 through 30;
on page 3, strike all of lines 1 through 31; and on page 4, strike
all of lines 1 through 19 and insert the following: (1) (a) The
unlawful killing of a human being, when perpetrated from a
premeditated design to effect the death of the person killed or
any human being, or when committed by a person engaged in
the perpetration of or in the attempt to perpetrate any arson,
rape, robbery, burglary, e*bQinableb 4 destablte eime
against nwtieir eo kidnapping, or unlawful throwing, placing or
discharging of a destructive device or bomb, shall be murder in
the first degree and shall constitute a capital felony, punishable
as provided in 775.082.
(b) In all cases under this section the procedure set forth in
section 921.141 shall be followed in order to determine sentence
of death or life imprisonment.
(2) When perpetrated by any act imminently dangerous to
another, and evincing a depraved mind regardless of human
life, although without any premeditated design to effect the
death of any particular individual or when committed in the
perpetration of or in the attempt to perpetrate any arson, rape.
robbery, burglary,kidnaping, or unlawful throwing, placing or
discharging of a destructive device or bomb, except as provided
in subsection (1), it shall be murder in the second degree and
shall constitute a felony of the first degree, punishable
ee pre-vi4e4 i A *-7-09 ?.T783, ep 7.rg084. by imprisonment
in the state prison for life, or for such term of years as may be
determined by the court.
(3) When perpetrated without any design to effect death, by
a person engaged in the ee. i4eienx e perpetration of or in the
attempt to perpetrate any felony, other than arson, rape, rob-
bery, burglary, te abemi-mable e4 detestae e1ime +gainet a-
4twe, e kidnapping, or unlawful throwing, placing or discharging
of a destructive device or bomb, it shall be murder in the third
degree and shall constitute a felony of the second degree, pun-
ishable as provided in section 775.082, section 775.083, or sec-
tion 775.084.
Mr. Martinez moved the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof, without objection, further con-
sideration of the amendment was temporarily deferred.

On motion by Mr. Johnson, the rules were waived and HB
1-A, as amended, was read the third time by title.

Representatives Conway, Mattox, and Steinberg offered the
following amendment:



Amendment 16-On page 13, line 12, after the semicolon
insert: aircraft piracy;



Mr. Conway moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representatives Conway and Steinberg offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 17-On page 13, line 25, after word "Person"
insert: or when any person who, without authority, and by
use of violence or threats of violence assumes control or at-
tempts to assume control of any commercial aircraft within
the boundaries of this state
Mr. Conway moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representatives Conway, Mattox, and Steinberg offered the
following amendment:
Amendment 18-On page 14, line 2, after the period insert:
In the case of air piracy if any person is killed as a result
of said air piracy within the boundaries of this state he shall
be guilty of a capital felony, punishable as provided in section
775.082.
Mr. Conway moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.

Representative Conway offered the following amendment:
Amendment 19-In the title, on page 1, line 26, after the word
"places" insert: and for the commission of air piracy
Mr. Conway moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

The question recurred on the adoption of Amendment 15 by
Representative Martinez. Pending consideration thereof-

Mr. Ogden moved the previous question on the pending
amendment and the bill, which was agreed to.

The question again recurred on the adoption of Amendment
15, which was adopted by two-thirds vote.

On passage of HB 1-A, as amended, the vote was:

Yeas-119



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel



Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
'Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Nays-None

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrosesd.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, HB 26-A was withdrawn from
further consideration of the House and indefinitely postponed.



November 29, 1972



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HB 4-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to parole;
amending 947.16(2), (3) and (4), Florida Statutes, to provide
that a person who receives or has received a sentence of death
and that sentence is changed to life imprisonment or has been
changed to life imprisonment shall not be eligible for parole
until he has served at least fifteen (15) calendar years of
imprisonment; providing that the person shall receive credit
for imprisonment under a death sentence; providing a severa-
bility clause; providing an effective date.
-was taken up, having been read the second time yester-
day, amended, and now pending on motion by Mr. Blackburn to
adopt the following amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 1, line 29, strike "fifteen (15)" and
insert the following: twenty (20)
The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment.

Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Peaden offered the following substitute amend-
ment:
Substitute Amendment 2-On page 1, line 29, strike "fifteen
(15)" and insert: thirty (30)
Mr. Peaden moved the adoption of the substitute amendment,
which was adopted.

Representative Gautier offered the following amendment:
Amendment 3-On page 2, strike all of lines 1 through 4 and
re-letter subsequent paragraph
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Gautier offered the following amendment:
Amendment 4-In the title, on page 1, strike all of lines 7
through 9 and insert: who has received a sentence of death and
that sentence has been changed
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Carlucci offered the following amendment:
Amendment 5-On page 2, line 5, strike "Imprisonment" and
insert: Only imprisonment
Mr. Carlucci moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Carlucci offered the following amendment:
Amendment 6-In the title, on page 1, line 14, after the word
"credit" insert: only
Mr. Carlucci moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Gautier offered the following amendment:
Amendment 7-On page 2, line 6, strike "fifteen (15)" and
insert: thirty (30)
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representatives Peaden and Fulford offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 8-In the title, on page 1, line 12, strike "fifteen
(15)" and insert: thirty (30)
Mr. Baumgartner moved the adoption of the amendment,
which was adopted.

Representative Harris offered the following amendment:



Amendment 9-On page 1, line 29, after the period insert:
Provided, however, that this provision shall not apply to any
person who was convicted of a capital offense and after the
reenactment of capital punishment, the offense for which the
person was convicted is not a capital offense.



Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted. The vote was:



Yeas-67
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Boyd
Brown
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Cohen
'Conway
Crabtree
Crane
Cunningham
Dixon

Nays-41
Becker
Blackburn
Carlucci
Clark, Dick
Clem
Craig
Crenshaw
Danahy
Earle
Forbes
Foster



Dubbin
Dyer
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune
Gautier
Gordon
Grosse
Hagan
Harris
Hazelton
Hector'
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw


Fulford
Gibson
Gorman
Grizzle
Haben
Hair
Harllee
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto



Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Papy
Poorbaugh
Randell


Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
Mixson
Mooney
Peaden
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Rude
Ryals



Reynolds
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Steinberg
Tillman
Tittle
Tolton
Tubbs
Turlington
Young



Sackett
Thomas, P.
Tucker
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Wilson



Representative Libertore was recorded as voting Yea, Rep-
resentatives Nuckolls and Randell changed their votes from
Yea to Nay, and Representative P. Thomas changed his vote
from Nay to Yea.

Representative Harris offered the following amendment:
Amendment 10-In the title, on page 1, line 13, after the
semicolon insert: providing that the provisions of this section
shall not apply to a person who has been resentenced and the
offense for which he was convicted is not a capital offense
after the reenactment of capital punishment;
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representative Lockward offered the following amendment:
Amendment 11-On page 2, strike all line 24 and insert:
upon becoming a law.
Mr. Lockward moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and HB
4-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:



Yeas-113
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway



Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier



Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson



Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney



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Reynolds Singleton, M. L. Tucker
Richmond Smith Turlington
Rish Snowden Walker
Robinson, G. C. Steinberg Webb
Robinson, J. W. Thomas, J. C. Williams
Rude Thomas, P. Williamson
Ryals Tillman Wilson
Sackett Tittle Young
Savage Tobiassen
Shreve Tolton
Singleton, C. A. Tubbs



Nays-1
Whitson

Representatives Hartnett, Poole, and Spicola were recorded
as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered engrossed.

Immediately Certify to the Senate

On motion by Mr. Gautier, all bills passed by the House
relating to capital punishment were immediately certified
to the Senate.

Without objection, consideration of SB 9-A was temporarily
deferred.

SB 10-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public de-
fenders; amending section 27.51(1), Florida Statutes; providing
for permissive jurisdiction to represent indigents accused of
misdemeanors and municipal violations; amending section 27.-
54(2), Florida Statutes, 1972 Supplement, as amended by section
4, chapter 72-327, Laws of Florida; providing for county or
municipality financial contributions for defending misdemeanors
and violations of municipal ordinances; providing an effective
date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.


THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR

Representative Malloy offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 20, insert: -natural-before
"person"
Mr. Malloy moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and SB
10-A, was read the third time by title. On passage, the vote
was:



Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair



Harllee
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox



McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Nelson
Ogden
Papy
Poole
Price
Randell
Redman
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Sackett
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.



Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg

Nays-14
Clark, David
James
Lewis
Moudry



Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle


Nergard
Peaden
Reynolds
Robinson, G. C.



Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Walker



Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman



Webb
Williams
Williamson
Young



Whitson
Wilson



Representative Hartnett was recorded as voting Yea.

Under Rule 5.1, Representative Nuckolls abstained from
voting.

So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.


THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR


Presentation of Former Member

The Speaker presented former Member Gordon W. Tyrrell
of Escambia County.


Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

November 29, 1972

The Honorable Terrell Sessums
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar recommends for intro-
duction the following bills:
HCR 21-A-O. Ernest Ellison, Jr., Confirmation
HB 25-A-Banking and finance
HB 28-A-Public Schools
HB 29-A-Public Schools
HB 30-A-Public school appropriations
HB 32-A-County government
HB 35-A-Regulation of narcotic drugs

A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar


Introduction and Reference

Consideration of the introduction of HCR 21-A was tempo-
rarily deferred.

By Representatives Hartnett and Andrews-
HB 25-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the de-
partment of banking and finance; and banks, holding companies,
trust companies and other business organizations; amending
659.141(1) and 659.141(2) (a), Florida Statutes prohibiting
the acquisition, retention, or ownership of all or substantially
all the assets of or control over banks, trust companies and
certain forms of business organizations in this State and cer-
tain forms of business organizations furnishing investment



Rude
Savage
Tobiassen
Turlington



Yeas-100
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Crane
Crenshaw
Cunningham



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advisory services in this state, by certain forms of business
organizations the activities of which are conducted principally
outside the state; redefining holding company; amending 659.-
141(3) (e) to provide for certain exemptions; and adding new
subsection 659.141(3) (g); and adding new. subsection 659.-
141(2)(h); providing for an effective date.
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, agreed to by the required Consti-
tutional two-thirds vote, HB 25-A was admitted for introduction
by the House.
The bill was read the first time by title and referred to the
Committee on Rules & Calendar.

By the Select Committee on Appropriations and Representa-
tive Martinez-
HB 28-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; providing an appropriation; providing an effective
date.
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, agreed to by the required Consti-
tutional two-thirds vote, HB 28-A was admitted for introduc-
tion by the House.
The bill was read the first time by title and referred to the
Committee on Rules & Calendar.

By the Select Committee on Appropriations-
HB 29-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; providing a supplemental appropriation; providing an
effective date.
Mr. Dubbin moved that HB 29-A be admitted for introduction
and consideration. The vote was:
Yeas-93



Dyer
Earle
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grosse
Hagan
Hair
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
James-
Jones
Kershaw
Kutun


Hodges
Hutto
Johnson
Kiser
Langley
McDonald



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Redman
Reynolds
Robinson, G. C.


Mixson
Price
Randell
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Williams
Williamson
Young





Savage
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tubbs
Whitson
Wilson



Representative Randell changed his vote from Nay to Yea.
The motion was agreed to by the required Constitutional two-
thirds vote and HB 29-A was read the first time by title and
referred to the Committee on Rules & Calendar.



By the Select Committee on Appropriations--
HB 30-A-A bill to be entitled An act amending footnote
C of item 199, section 1 of chapter 72-409, Laws of Florida;
providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, agreed to by the required Consti-
tutional two-thirds vote, HB 30-A was admitted for introduc-
tion by the House.

The bill was read the first time by title and referred to the
Committee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representative Johnson-
HB 32-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
government, repealing section 125.39 of Chapter 125, Florida
Statutes, relating to nonapplicability to county lands acquired
for delinquent taxes; providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, agreed to by the required Constitu-
tional two-thirds vote, HB 32-A was admitted for introduction
by the House.

The bill was read the first time by title and referred to the
Committee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representatives Forbes, Dixon, and Grosse-
HB 35-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the regula-
tion of narcotic drugs; amending 398.22(1) (d), Florida Stat-
utes; increasing the penalty for the sale of heroin; providing an
effective date.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, agreed to by the required Con-
stitutional two-thirds vote, HB 35-A was admitted for intro-
duction by the House.

The bill was read the first time by title and referred to the
Committee on Rules & Calendar.

By Representatives Crane, Shreve, A. S. Robinson, Wilson,
Gorman, Fulford, Gibson, Easley, Kiser, Price, Mooney, Hagan,
Grizzle, Savage, MacKay, Andrews, Danahy, Earle, Matthews,
Birchfield, J. C. Thomas, Poole, James, Nergard, Johnson, Crab-
tree, Fechtel, Poorbaugh, Mattox, Harllee, Hazelton, Avon,
Bass, and Craig-
HB 36-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the depart-
ment of natural resources; providing an appropriation from
the general revenue fund for state capital projects for outdoor
recreation lands; providing for repayment to the general reve-
nue fund; providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the
measure was outside the purview of the Call.

Engrossing Report

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-
HB 2-A HB 1-A HB 4-A
-have been incorporated and the bills herewith returned.
Allen Morris, Clerk
-and the bills were ordered immediately certified to the
Senate.

Adjournment

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House adjourned at 5:17 p.m.
to reconvene at 10:00 a.m. tomorrow.



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Dixon
Dubbin

Nays-24
Crane
Easley
Fechtel
Grizzle
Haben
Harllee



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SPECIAL SESSION

Thursday, November 30, 1972



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 10:00
a.m.

The following Members were recorded present:



Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Wi'liamson
Wilson
Young



Excused: Representative Andrews for the Morning Session.

A quorum was present.,


Prayer

Prayer by Lt. Col. Charles H. Glaize, Senior Protestant Chap-
lain, Eglin Air Force Base:
Our Father, bring to the remembrance of Thy people
Thine ancient and time-honored promise. "If my people,
which are called by my name, shall humble themselves and
pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways;
then, will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin,
and will heal their land."
Grant that this elected company of Thy people assembled
in these hallowed chambers would begin now to meet the
conditions that will enable Thee to fulfill Thy promise.
Make the legislators of this great state, want to do the
right things. Make them long to hear right attitudes.
Help them to be God-like in their deliberations. Make them
willing to seek moral objectives together, that in united
action they may enrich the lives of their individual con-
stituents.
Bless all those who bear the heavy burdens of responsi-
bility. May they be led by Thee to do the right, rather than
what may be politically expedient.
We most fervently pray that men who are fashioning the
terms of peace in Paris, that will bring an end to this



long-suffering conflict, will seek Thy Divine will. Hasten
we pray that time of peace.
Earnestly we pray for, all too often the forgotten,
POW/MIA. Let them feel our concern through our prayers,
and the warmth of Thy love. Give them courage and hope
for the time soon we hope-when they will be united with
family and loved ones.
Give wisdom for the deliberations of this day and deci-
sions made that all may be done with honesty and integ-
rity. In Thy Holy Name we pray. Amen.


The Journal

The Journal of November 29 was corrected and approved
as follows: On pages 22 and 23 add "Steinberg" to list of
members offering Amendments 11, 14, 16, 17, and 18 to HB
1-A; also add "Mattox" to Amendment 14 to HB 1-A.


Communications

The following proclamation was read:

State of Florida
Executive Department

PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR

WHEREAS, on the 24th day of November, 1972, a Proclama-
tion of the Governor was issued convening a special session of
the Florida Legislature commencing on the 28th day of Novem-
ber, 1972, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the
State to amend the Proclamation of the Governor of November
24, 1972, in order to expand the call of the special session so that
the Legislature may consider the additional emergency legisla-
tive business set forth below.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, Governor of
the State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty and
by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Section
3, Article III, Constitution of Florida (1968), do hereby pro-
claim as follows:

Section 1.
That the Legislature is convened for the sole purpose of con-
sidering legislation relating to:
(1) Capital punishment, including the redefinition of capital
crimes, providing alternative sanctions for offenses formerly
designated capital, providing procedures for sentencing, and
other related matters.
(2) Concurrent resolution relating to the ratification of the
proposed Equality of Rights Amendment (Proposed 27th
Amendment) to the United States Constitution.
(3) Establishment of a revolving fund for loans by the De-
partment of Pollution Control to local governmental agencies
for sewer treatment facilities, and providing necessary appro-
priation.
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The Chair
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn,
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel



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(4) Supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 1972-73 to
the Department of Pollution Control in order to expand the
Department's programs for technical assistance to local gov-
ernment agencies.
(5) Supplemental appropriation for fiscal year 1972-73 (in
the approximate amount of 9.5 Million Dollars) to fully fund
the State Minimum Foundation Program for Schools (K-12).
(6) Supplemental appropriation for fiscal year 1972-73 (in
the approximate amount of 9 Million Dollars) to the Univer-
sity of South Florida Medical Center for additional capital
outlay funds for the construction of Phase II of the Medical
Center.
(7) Flood Control Districts, providing a new statutory pro-
vision dealing with the declaration of water shortage and
emergency orders and related matters.
(8) Amendment of Section 167.431, Florida Statutes, re-
storing the exemption for churches from the payment of any
municipal utility tax.
(9) Amendments to Chapter 27, Florida Statutes, author-
izing public defenders to represent insolvent persons who are
under arrest for, or charged with, a misdemeanor or violation
of municipal or county ordinance, and authorizing counties
and municipalities to contribute funds to public defenders for
the purpose of defending misdemeanors and violations of mu-
nicipal or county ordinances.

Section 2.
Except as amended by this Proclamation, the Proclamation of
the Governor dated November 24th, 1972, is ratified and con-
firmed.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed at Tallahasseee, the
Capitol, this 29th day of November,
1972.
REUBIN O'D. ASKEW
Governor



ATTEST:
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State



Co-introducers

Representatives Carlucci, Fontana, Smith, and Williams were
given permission to be recorded as co-introducers of HB 35-A.


Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has concurred in House amendment and passed as
amended SB 5-A.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

November 30, 1972
The Honorable Terrell Sessums
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as the
Special and Continuing Order Calendar under Rule 8.16 begin-



ning Thursday, November 30, 1972, the consideration of the
following bills or their Senate companions:
SB 9-A-Church exemptions from municipal utility taxes
HB 32-A-County government
HB 25-A-Banking and finance
HB 31-A-Public school MFP appropriation (Similar or com-
panion to SB 8-A)
HB 28-A-Public schools
Your Committee further recommends for introduction the
following bill:
HB 34-A-Sewage treatment facilities
A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Rish, Dick Clark, Baumgartner, Mattox,
P. Thomas, Mixson, Nuckolls, Randell, Hutto, Libertore, McPher-
son, Kershaw, Young, Miller, Dyer, Boyd, Rude, Williamson,
Matthews, Papy, J. C. Thomas, Hartnett s,James, Hazelton,
Langley, Harllee, Haben, Lockward, Cherry, Fontana, Hector,
Fortune, Melvin, Tucker, Webb, McDonald, Hodges, Williams,
Whitson, Tubbs, Holloway, J. W. Robinson, Shreve, Lewis, Rey-
nolds, and Craig-

HB 34-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sewage
treatment facilities; providing exemptions from moratoria;
providing an effective date.

On motion by Mr. Rish, agreed to by the required Constitu-
tional two-thirds vote, HB 34-A was admitted for introduction
by the House.

The bill was read the first time by title and referred to the
Select Committees on Environmental Protection and Appropria-
tions, and the Committee on Rules & Calendar.

Consideration of the Special and Continuing Order

SB 9-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to church ex-
emptions from municipal taxes imposed on public services
under 167.431, Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representative J. R. Clark offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, lines 21 and 22, strike "Decem-
ber 1, 1972" and insert: January 1, 1973
Mr. J. R. Clark moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Turlington, the rules were waived and SB
9-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-109



The Chair
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick



Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy



Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Fulford
Gautier



Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton



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Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy



Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh



Nays-3
Blackburn Foster



Randell Thomas, P.
Redman Tillman
Reynolds Tittle
Richmond Tobiassen
Rish Tolton
Robinson, G. C. Tucker
Robinson, J. W. Turlington
Ryals Walker
Sackett Webb
Savage Whitson
Shreve Williams
Singleton, C. A. Williamson
Singleton, M. L. Wilson
Smith Young
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.


Harris



Representatives Andrews, Miller, Price, A. S. Robinson, Rude,
Snowden, and Tubbs were recorded as voting Yea; Repre-
sentative Becker was recorded as voting Nay, and Repre-
sentatives Blackburn and Foster changed their votes from Nay
to Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate after engrossment.

HB 32-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
government, repealing section 125.39 of Chapter 125, Florida
Statutes, relating to nonapplicability to county lands acquired
for delinquent taxes; providing an effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title. On mo-
tion by Mr. Johnson, the rules were waived and HB 32-A was
read the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:

Yeas-115



The Chair Fontana
Avon Forbes
Bass Fortune
Baumgartner Foster
Birchfield Fulford
Blackburn Gautier
Boyd Gibson
Brown Gordon
Carlucci Gorman
Cherry Grizzle
Clark, David Grosse
Clark, Dick Haben
Clark, J. R. Hagan
Clem Hair
Cohen Harllee
Conway Harris
Crabtree Hartnett
Craig Hazelton
Crane Hector
Crenshaw Hodes
Culbreath Hodges
Cunningham Holloway
Danahy Hutto
Dixon James
Dubbin Johnson
Dyer Jones
Earle Kershaw
Easley Kiser
Fechtel Kutun
Nays-None

Representatives Andrews,
were recorded as voting Yea.



Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Becker, Miller, Price, and Tubbs



So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

HB 25-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the de-
partment of banking and finance; and banks, holding companies,
trust companies and other business organizations; amending



659.141(1) and 659.141(2) (a), Florida Statutes prohibiting
the acquisition, retention, or ownership of all or substantially
all the assets of or control over banks, trust companies and
certain forms of business organizations in this State and certain
forms of business organizations furnishing investment ad-
visory services in this state, by certain forms of business
organizations the activities of which are conducted principally
outside the state; redefining holding company; amending
659.141(3) (e) to provide for certain exemptions; and adding
new subsection 659.141(3) (g); and adding new subsection
659.141 (2) (h); providing for an effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representatives Hartnett and Andrews offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 4, line 6, strike "on November 1,
1972" and insert: upon the effective date of this act
Mr. Hartnett moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Hartnett and Andrews offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 2-On page 4, line 10, add new Section 6 and
new Section 7, renumbering existing Section 6 to read Section
8:
Section 6. Paragraph (c) of subsection (2) of 659.141,
Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
(c) A business organization provides investment advisory
services if, in this state for compensation, it engages in the
business of advising b*akey tu&st eem- .e-,e hekld-g eempa+ieeT
-4rida-, persons, as defined in 1.01(3), Florida Statutes,
either directly or indirectly or through publications or writings,
as to the value of securities or as to the advisability of invest-
ment in or purchasing securities, or if, not being a certified
public accountant, in this state and for compensation, it issues
or distributes to bank-e te trst eeompeaiee in Fl4orid persons,
as defined in 1.01(3), Florida Statutes, analyses or reports
concerning securities.
Section 7. Subsection (3) of 659.141, Florida Statutes is
amended by adding a new paragraph (h) to read:
(h) To any bank authorized under 12 U.S.C.A. 611-632,
commonly referred to as "Edge Act Banks" when performing
functions authorized under said act.
Mr. Hartnett moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Hartnett and Andrews offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 3-In title, line 23, after the semicolon, add:
and adding new subsection 659.141(3) (h);
Mr. Hartnett moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

Representatives Hartnett and Andrews offered the following
amendment:
Amendment 4-In title, line 20, after the semicolon, add:
amending 659.141(2) (c);
Mr. Hartnett moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Hartnett, the rules were waived and HB
25-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On pas-
sage, the vote was:

Yeas-111



The Chair
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry



Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw



Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana



Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse



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Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley

Nays-4
Harris



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls



Sackett



Representatives Andrews,
were recorded as voting Yea.



Ogden Spicola
Papy Steinberg
Peaden Thomas, J. C.
Poole Thomas, P.
Poorbaugh Tillman
Randell Tittle
Redman Tobiassen
Reynolds Tolton
Richmond Tucker
Rish Turlington
Robinson, A. S. Walker
Robinson, G. C. Webb
Robinson, J. W. Whitson
Rude Williams
Savage Williamson
Shreve Wilson
Singleton, M. L. Young
Smith


Singleton, C. A. Snowden

Becker, Price, Ryals, and Tubbs



So the bill passed as amended and was immediately certified
to the Senate, after engrossment.

HB 31-A was taken up. On motions by Mr. Harris, agreed
to by two-thirds vote, SB 8-A was withdrawn from the Select
Committee on Appropriations and the Committee on Rules
& Calendar and substituted for HB 31-A.

SB 8-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; providing a supplemental appropriation for the state's
portion of the 1972-73 minimum foundation program K-12;
providing an effective date.
-was read the second time by title.

Representative Harris offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 11, insert: Section 1. State-
ment of Intent.-It was the intent of the legislature during the
last session to fully fund the minimum foundation program and
to continue to equalize educational funding and the move toward
equality of assessment levels. Since certain facts were not known
at the time of the last regular session this above legislative
intent was not fully achieved and the changes in the 1972 appro-
priations act in section 2 is necessary to fully meet this con-
tinuing legislative intent.
(Renumber subsequent sections.)
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived and SB 8-A,
as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:



Yeas-116
The Chair
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw



Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse



Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis



Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden



Poole
Poorbaugh
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.



Robinson, J. W. Snowden
Rude Spicola
Ryals Steinberg
Sackett Thomas, J. C.
Savage Thomas, P.
Shreve Tillman
Singleton, C. A. Tittle
Singleton, M. L. Tobiassen
Smith Tolton



Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Nays-None

Representatives Andrews, Becker, Price, and Tubbs were
recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certified
to the Senate after engrossment.



Under Rule 7.11, HB 31-A was laid on the table.



HB 28-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representative Harris offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 11, strike everything after the
enacting clause and insert:
Section 1. There is hereby appropriated from the general
revenue fund three million three hundred fifty-seven thousand
nine hundred dollars ($3,357,900.00) which shall be added to, and
become a part of, the amount appropriated for the minimum
foundation program K-12 contained in item 199, section 1 of
chapter 72-409, Laws of Florida. This appropriation is to be
utilized for the purpose of providing the state's portion of the
minimum foundation program K-12 as provided by chapter 236,
Florida Statutes, as amended.
Section 2. Paragraph (b) of item 199, section 1 of chapter
72-409, Laws of Florida, is repealed.
Section 3. The amount appropriated for school lunch programs
in item 199, section 1 of chapter 72-409, Laws of Florida, shall
be allocated pursuant to the provisions of chapter 72-316, Laws
of Florida,
Section 4. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law.
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representative Harris offered the following amendment:
Amendment 2-In title, line 5, strike "an appropriation; pro-
viding an effective date." and insert: a supplemental appropria-
tion for the state's portion of the 1972-73 minimum foundation
program K-12; repealing paragraph (b) of item 199, section 1
of chapter 72-409, Laws of Florida; providing a method for allo-
cation; providing an effective date.
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived and HB
28-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:

Yeas-115



The Chair
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.



Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin



Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon



Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes



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31



Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews



Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Randell



Redman Steinberg
Reynolds Thomas, J. C.
Richmond Thomas, P.
Rish Tillman
Robinson, A. S. Tittle
Robinson, G. C. Tobiassen
Robinson, J. W. Tolton
Rude Tucker
Ryals Turlington
Sackett Walker
Savage Webb
Shreve Whitson
Singleton, C. A. Williams
Singleton, M. L. Williamson
Smith Wilson
Snowden Young
Spicola



Nays-None

Representatives Andrews, Becker, Birchfield, Price, and Tubbs
were recorded as voting Yea.
So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate after engrossment.

Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 10:47 a.m.
to reconvene at 11:30 a.m. this morning.

Reconvene

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:30
a.m.

A quorum was present.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

November 30, 1972
The Honorable Terrell Sessums
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits a
Supplemental Report to the Special and Continuing Order for
Thursday, November 30, 1972 as follows:
HB 35-A-regulation of narcotic drugs
A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the Report.

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin,
Chairman, Committee
on Rules & Calendar

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.

Continuation of Consideration of the Special and Con-
tinuing Order

HB 35-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the regula-
tion of narcotic drugs; amending 398.22(1) (d), Florida Stat-
utes; increasing the penalty for the sale of heroin; providing an
effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representative Forbes offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 3, line 10, strike "October" and
insert: January



Mr. Forbes moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Forbes, the rules were waived and HB 35-A,
as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage, the
vote was:

Yeas-117



The Chair
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Nays-None



Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poorbaugh
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.



Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Representatives Andrews and Price were recorded as voting
Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was ordered immediately
certified to the Senate, after engrossment.

Communication

The following Proclamation was read:

State of Florida
Executive Department

PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR

WHEREAS, on the 24th day of November, 1972, a Procla-
mation of the Governor was issued convening a special session
of the Florida Legislature commencing on the 28th day of
November, 1972, and
WHEREAS, on the 29th day of November, 1972, a Procla-
mation was issued amending the Proclamation of November
24th, 1972, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the
State to further amend the Proclamation of the Governor of
November 24th, 1972, in order to expand the call of the special
session so that the Legislature may consider the important
legislative business set forth below.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, Governor of
the State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty
and by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by
Section 3, Article III, Constitution of Florida (1968), do hereby
proclaim as follows:

Section 1.
That the Legislature is convened for the sole purpose of con-
sidering legislation relating to:



November 30, 1972








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(1) Capital punishment, including the redefinition of
capital crimes, providing alternative sanctions for offenses
formerly designated capital, providing procedures for sen-
tencing, and other related matters.
(2) Concurrent resolution relating to the ratification
of the proposed Equality of Rights Amendment (Proposed
27th Amendment) to the United States Constitution.
(3) Establishment of a revolving fund for loans by the
Department of Pollution Control to local governmental
agencies for sewer treatment facilities, and providing neces-
sary appropriation.
(4) Supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 1972-73
to the Department of Pollution Control in order to expand
the Department's programs for technical assistance to local
government agencies.
(5) Supplemental appropriation for fiscal year 1972-73
(in the approximate amount of 9.5 Million Dollars) to fully
fund the State Minimum Foundation Program for Schools
(K-12).
(6) Supplemental appropriation for fiscal year 1972-73
(in the approximate amount of 9 Million Dollars) to the
University of South Florida Medical Center for additional
capital outlay funds for the construction of Phase II of the
Medical Center.
(7) Flood Control Districts, providing a new statutory
provision dealing with the declaration of water shortage
and emergency orders and related matters.
(8) Amendment of Section 167.431, Florida Statutes,
restoring the exemption for churches from the payment of
any municipal utility tax.
(9) Amendments to Chapter 27, Florida Statutes, au-
thorizing public defenders to represent insolvent persons
who are under arrest for, or charged with, a misdemeanor or
violation of municipal or county ordinance, and authorizing
counties and municipalities to contribute funds to public
defenders for the purpose of defending misdemeanors and
violations of municipal or county ordinances.
(10) Supplemental appropriations for State Attorneys,
Public Defenders and Official Court Reporters for fiscal year
1972-73.

Section 2.
Except as amended by this Proclamation and the Proclama-
tion of the Governor dated November 29th, 1972, the Proclama-
tion of the Governor dated November 24th, 1972, is ratified
and confirmed.

E IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
0 hereunto set my hand and caused
V 4-, the Great Seal of the State of Florida
to be affixed at Tallahassee, the
Capitol, this 30th day of November,
1972.
REUBIN O'D. ASKEW
"Governor

ATTEST:
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State

Recess
On motion by Mr. Redman, the House recessed at 12:04 p.m.,
to reconvene at 1:30 p.m. today.



AFTERNOON SESSION

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 1:30 p.m.

The following Members were recorded present:

The Chair Avon Baumgartner Birchfield
Andrews Bass Becker Blackburn



Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford



Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward



MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.



Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singicton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



A quorum was present.



On motion by Mr. Dubbin,
House reverted to the order of-



the rules were waived and the




Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has admitted for introduction by the required two-thirds
vote and passed-

By Senators Childers and Johnston-
SB 19-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Santa Rosa
County; authorizing the acquisition, construction, erection, build-
ing, enlarging, improving, furnishing and equipping of capital
projects of Santa Rosa County and of the school board of Santa
Rosa County; authorizing the issuance of certificates of indebt-
edness by the county and by the school board to finance the
cost of such capital projects; authorizing the pledging to the
payment of the principal of, interest on and reserves for such
certificates of indebtedness of the race track and jai alai fronton
funds allocated to the board of county commissioners or the
school board out of such funds accruing annually to the county
pursuant to chapters 550 and 551, Florida Statutes, the rentals
and royalties derived by the county or the school board under
leases or other agreements with respect to the lands or the
mineral rights appertaining thereto belonging to the county or
the board, the second oil and gas severance taxes accruing to
the county pursuant to the provisions of section 211.06(1) (b),
Florida Statutes, and other monies of the county or of the school
board derived from sources other than ad valorem taxation and
legally available for such purposes; providing for the allocation
of the county's share of such second oil and gas severance taxes
equally between the board of county commissioners and the
school board; providing an effective date.
Proof of Publication attached.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 19-A.
SB 19-A, contained in the above message, was placed tem-
porarily in the Committee on Rules & Calendar for recom-
mendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure was outside
the purview of the Call.



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The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed with amendments-

By Representative Spicola and others-
HB 11-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sewage
treatment facilities, authorizing the department of pollution
control to make loans to local governmental agencies, to plan,
design, construct or acquire land therefore; providing for the
establishment of a revolving loan fund; providing for disposi-
tion of interest earned; providing appropriations; providing
an effective date.
Amendment 4-On page 3, after line 31 insert: (8) On July
1, 1975, the cash balance in the sewage treatment loan fund
shall revert and be transferred to the general revenue fund
unallocated. Loan repayments received in the sewage treatment
loan fund after July 1, 1975 shall immediately revert and be
transferred to the general revenue fund unallocated.
Amendment 7-On page 2, strike lines 14-17 and insert:
agencies to assist said agencies in planning, designing, and the
preparation of environmental assessment studies for sewage
treatment facilities. Provided further, loans may be made to
local governmental agencies for interim financing for con-
structing, modifying, upgrading, and acquiring lands for sew-
age treatment facilities if the department has approved a
permanent financing plan for said agencies through participation
in the state pollution bonds program pursuant to Article VII,
Section 14, Florida Constitution, or through the issuance of
local bonds, evidences of indebtedness, or other acceptable
methods of repayment. Local governmental
Amendment 10-On page 3, line 2, following the word "reg-
ulations" insert: on or before February 1, 1973,
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

Mr. Spicola moved that the House concur in Senate Amend-
ment 4.
Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Rude offered the following amendment to
Senate Amendment 4:
Amendment 1 to Senate Amendment 4-On page 3, line 10,
insert a new Section 3, to read as follows:
Section 3. Subsection (2) of Section 403.086 is amended to
read as follows:
403.086(2) Any facilities for sanitary sewage disposal existing
on July 1, 1971 shall provide for secondary waste treatment
by January 1, 1973, and, in addition thereto, advanced waste
treatment as deemed necessary and ordered by the department
of pollution control; provided, however, any such facilities
may apply to the department for a temporary operating per-
mit and upon a showing by the owners or operators of the
facility that they have made and are making good faith efforts
to upgrade and improve their treatment facilities, a temporary
operating permit shall be issued to the facility with no limita-
tions or restrictions on sewage connections or discharge within
the design capabilities of said facility. The term of the tempo-
rary operating permit shall expire simultaneous with the
completion date for the new or improved treatment facilities.
Failure to conform by said date shall be punishable by a
civil penalty of $500 for each twenty-four hour day or fraction
thereof that such failure is allowed to continue thereafter.
No local pollution control authority action shall impair or
supercede the emergency proviso of this section.
Mr. Rude moved the adoption of the amendment to the
Senate amendment.
Pending consideration thereof-
Mr. Spicola raised a point of order that the amendment was
outside the purview of the Call. The Speaker ruled the point
well taken and the amendment was ruled out of order.



The question recurred on the motion to concur in Senate
Amendment 4, which was agreed to.



Mr. Spicola moved that the House concur in Senate Amend-
ment 7. Pending consideration thereof-

Mr. Culbreath moved the previous question on the motion to
concur, which was not agreed to.

Representative Crane offered the following amendment to
Senate Amendment 7:
Amendment 1 to Senate Amendment 7-On page 2, line
6, after "department" insert: of administration
Mr. Crane moved the adoption of the amendment to the
Senate amendment. Pending consideration thereof-

On motion by Mr. Fulford, the amendment to the Senate
amendment was laid on the table. The vote was:

Yeas-80



The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon



Nays-36
Avon
Bass
Crabtree
Crane
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Gibson
Gorman



Dubbin
Dyer
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Hair
Harris
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
Jones
Kershaw


Haben
Hagan
Harllee
Hartnett
James
Johnson
Kiser
Langley
Libertore



Kutun
Lewis
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poorbaugh
Randell
Redman



Matthews
Nergard
Nuckolls
Poole
Price
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.



Rish
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, P.
Tittle
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Williams
Young


Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Thomas, J. C.
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson



Representative Brown was recorded as voting Yea.

The question recurred on the motion to concur in Senate
Amendment 7, which was agreed to.

On motion by Mr. Spicola, the House concurred in Senate
Amendment 10.



The question recurred on the passage of HB
by Senate amendments. The vote was:



Yeas-118
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, Dick
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen



Conway
Crabtree
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster



Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges



11-A, as amended



Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald



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Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett



Savage Tolton
Shreve Tubbs
Singleton, C. A. Tucker
Singleton, M. L. Turlington
Smith Walker
Snowden Webb
Spicola Whitson
Steinberg Williams
Thomas, J. C. Williamson
Thomas, P. Wilson
Tillman Young
Tittle
Tobiassen



Representative Craig was recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended by Senate amendments. The
action of the House was certified to the Senate and the bill
was ordered engrossed.

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has concurred in House Amendment and passed as
amended SB 9-A.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and the
House advanced to the order of-.

Introduction and Reference
By Representatives Tubbs, Hazelton, J. C. Thomas, Gorman,
Earle, Tillman, J. W. Robinson, and Kutun-
HB 37-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to witnesses;
creating section 90.243, Florida Statutes,; providing a privilege
of nondisclosure of information or sources of information for
reporters; defining reporter; providing an effective date.
--was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the meas-
ure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representatives Easley, Kiser, Price, Wilson, Hagan,
Earle, Tillman, Poole, Lewis, Moudry, Crane, Grizzle, Matthews,
Papy, A. S. Robinson, Richmond, Avon, Gorman, J. W. Robin-
son, Savage, Foster, Blackburn, David Clark, Peaden, Bass,
Clem, Poorbaugh, J. C. Thomas, Mooney, and Cherry-
HB 38-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the capitol
center; amending section 272.121(1) by providing that final
approval by the capitol center planning commission of the
comprehensive and long range plan for development within
the capitol center prepared by the department of general serv-
ices shall be subject to the concurrence of the Legislature;
providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the meas-
ure was outside the purview of the Call.

By Representative Spicola-
HB 39-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bonds for
air and water pollution control; amending section 403.1834,
Florida Statutes, to provide a $200-million limit on bonds is-
sued in any year; providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the meas-
ure was outside the purview of the Call.

Recess
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House recessed at 2:34 p.m.
to reconvene upon the call of the Speaker.



McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Nays-None



Each Committee shall consist of not less than five
(5) nor more than twenty-nine (29) members, one of
whom shall be designated by the Speaker as Chairman
and another as Vice Chairman. The Speaker shall, ex-
officio, be an additional member of every committee.



Reconvene

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 5:04 p.m.

A quorum was present.

Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar

The following report was read:

November 30, 1972
The Honorable Terrell Sessums
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar begs leave to report and
recommends that the Rules heretofore adopted, as amended by
the following amendments, be adopted as the permanent Rules
of the House of Representatives to become effective with the
ending of the current Special Session.
The Clerk is directed to editorially prepare for printing the
Rules of the House, to include the State Constitution and such
other material as may be regarded as useful. The Clerk is
further authorized to compile a new edition of the biographical
manual of the Legislature. Both Rules and manual shall be pub-
lished in such quantity as serves the needs of the Members and
the public.
In meeting of the Committee duly called and assembled for
the purpose of formulating and recommending the Rules of the
House of Representatives upon motion to adopt the Rules, the
vote of the committee was as follows:
Yeas: Unanimous

Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin
Chairman, Committee on
Rules & Calendar

6.1-Beginning with the Organization Session, the
Standing Speaker shall appoint the membership
Committees of these standing committees:
Agriculture & Citrus
Appropriations
Business Regulation
Commerce
Community Affairs
Criminal Justice
Education
Elections
Environmental Protection
Finance & Taxation
General Legislation
Governmental Operations
Health & Rehabilitative Services
House Administration
Insurance
Judiciary
MaapeweP & e4elopnieft
Keappwtoienme4t & f4eetns
Natural Resources
Retirement, Personnel and Claims
Rules & Calendar
Transportation



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Committees shall meet on the call of the Chairman;
or, in his absence, the Vice Chairman, or, upon the
written request of three (3) or more members of the
committee to the remaining members.
6.13-The receiving of reports of committees of con-
Conference ference shall always be in order, ex-
Committees cept when the House is voting on any
proposition. After House conferees on
any bill or resolution in conference between the House
and Senate shall have been appointed for seven (7)
calendar days and shall have failed to make a report, it
is hereby declared to be a motion of the highest
privilege to move to discharge said House conferees
and to appoint new conferees, or to instruct said
House conferees; and, further, during the last six (6)
calendar days allowed under the Constitution for any
Regular Session, it shall be a privileged motion to
move to discharge, appoint, or instruct House con-
ferees after House conferees shall have been appointed
thirty-six (36) hours without having made a report.
There shall accompany every conference report a state-
ment sufficiently explicit to inform the House what
effect such amendments or propositions will have
upon the measures to which they relate. Upon presen-
tation of the report of a Conference Committee, the
vote first shall be whether the report shall be con-
sidered at that moment and second upon the
acceptance or rejection thereof as an entirety. The
report or reports of a Conference Committee must be
acted upon as a whole, being agreed to or disagreed to
as an entirety. When any bill or joint, resolution is
referred to a Conference Committee and the conferees
on the part of the House report inability to agree, no
action of the House taken prior to such reference to a
Conference Committee shall preclude further action on
said measure as the House may determine. In those
instances where a Conference Committee has redrafted
a bill, the bill shall take the form of an amendment
striking everything after the enacting clause, together
with an appropriate title amendment if needed.
6.16--Rules of the House of Representatives shall
Rules in govern proceedings in committees in-
Committee sofar as these are applicable except
that a motion for reconsideration shall
be treated in the following manner:
(a) A motion to reconsider a collateral matter must
be disposed of during the course of considera-
tion of the main subject to which it is related.
(b) When a question has been decided by a commit-
tee, any member voting with the prevailing side
or any member when the vote was by voice may
move for reconsideration. The motion to recon-
sider may be made at any time during the same
meeting prior to the adoption of a motion to rise
or to the committee's rising without motion
upon the time of adjournment having arrived.
(c) A motion to reconsider having been made and
left pending, the motion shall be a special and
continuing order of business for the next suc-
ceeding committee meeting and, unless consid-



ered at that meeting on the request of any mem-
ber of the committee, shall be deemed aban-
doned. By a two-thirds vote, the committee may
take up for immediate disposition any motion
to reconsider left pending.



(d) If the committee shall refuse to reconsider or,
upon reconsideration, shall confirm its prior de-
cision, no further motion to reconsider shall be
in order except upon unanimous consent of the
committee members present.
(e) During the last five (5) days of a regular ses-
sion or at any time during an extended or spe-
cial session, a motion to reconsider shall be made
and considered during the meeting at which the
original vote was taken.

7.2-General form. All bills, resolutions and memori-
als shall, to be acceptable for intro-
Forms of duction, be typewritten, duplicated,
Measure or printed, all in a type size of pica
or larger and all of the color of black, without erasure
or interlineation, on a sheet of paper of the common
legal size. The lines shall be doubled spaced, the original
(or first copy) shall be on stout bond paper, and the
remaining copies of typewritten matter shall be on
paper of good grade. The copies must be exact dupli-
cates of the original. The top and bottom margins of
all pages shall be at least one and one-half (1 1/2) in-
ches except the first page, the top margin of which
shall be at least two (2) inches.

All general bills and joint resolutions shall be pre-
pared on paper with 31 numbered lines beginning
eight (8) spaces from the top of the page. The text
shall be completely within vertical guide lines drawn
five a 4 ene-ha4f {- 4 /2 six and one-half (6 1/2)
inches apart, with the words "A bill to be entitled"
appearing on the third numbered line. The lines pre-
ceding and following the enacting clause shall be left
blank. The bill should be aligned on the page sub-
stantially according to the following form:

A bill to be entitled

An act



Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of
Florida:

Section 1.



Section 2. --



ZThe siginal and five 4& eepies of eaeh meaee
n+m& be beeked with A. bla e j-eket of the type fui-
d y the Srgant-et-Arms. Oft these .ekete shall
be ineEib4d the f-ulamel .Ae the etrduee ed4 afmy
e-e4treect e aa4 eWHegh 4, the title ,fe ideRtifite-


Bills which propose to amend existing provisions of
the Florida Statutes (as described in Section 11.242,
F.S.) or the Laws of Florida shall contain the full text
of the section, subsection or paragraph to be amended.



----- -- -- -- -- ---- -- --- -- --- ----- -- -- --



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Joint resolutions which propose to amend the Florida
Constitution shall contain the full text of the section
to be amended.

As to general bills and joint resolutions which pro-
pose to amend existing provisions of the Florida Stat-
utes or the Florida Constitution, new words shall be
inserted in the text underlined, and words to be deleted
shall be lined through with hyphens.

In the event the change in language is so general
that the use of these procedures would hinder, rather
than assist, the understanding of the amendment, it
shall not be necessary to use the coded indicators of
words added or deleted, but, in lieu thereof, a nota-
tion similar to the following shall be inserted imme-
diately preceding the affected section of the bill:
"Substantial rewording of section. See Section ..,
F.S., for present text." When such a notation is used
it shall be underlined.

The words to be deleted and the above-described
indicators of such words and of new material are for
information and guidance and shall not be considered
to constitute a part of the bill under consideration.

Section catch lines shall not be typed with under-
lining, nor shall any other portion of a bill covered by
this Rule other than new material.

7.3-Form of Bills. All bills shall be introduced in an
Bills original and fve (-}) six (6) exact
copies. They shall contain a proper
title, as defined in Section 6 of Article
III of the Constitution, and the enacting clause, "Be It
Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:"
The title of each bill shall be prefaced by the words,
"A bill to be entitled An act," where the title appears
on the text of the bill. The original shall be backed with
a blue folder-jacket and five (5) copies with blue
jackets. On these jackets shall be inscribed the full
name of the introducer and any co-introducers, enough
of the title for identification, and on the original the
signature of the introducer and any co-introducers.
There shall be attached inside the original bill the
remaining unbacked copy of the bill and a title sheet
consisting of an original and two .(-2-) one (1) exact
copy f&r a t4tal f- .thlee -(4)- emaet eeoies-(-o(4e
f-rai4hed by- the sergeant at A-ar theeagh the ttO-
pqy r-ee?- which shall set forth enough of the title
for identification and the name of the introducer and
all co-introducers.

7.4-Form of local bills. All local bills must either, as
oalrequired by Section 10 of Article III of
Bll the Constitution, embody provisions for
a ratifying referendum (stated in the
title as well as in the text of the bill) or be accompanied
by an affidavit of proper advertisement, securely at-
tached to the original bill ahead of its first page.
Feme of af4fidvite sha9 be obtained feem the See-


Local bills shall be introduced in an original and six



(6) exact copies. The original bill shall be backed in a
blue folder-jacket and five (5) copies with blue jack-
ets. On these jackets shall be inscribed the full name



of the introducer and any co-introducers, enough of
the title for identification, and on the original the
signature of the introducer and any co-introducers.
One unbacked copy of the bill shall be attached inside
the original, together with a title sheet which sets
forth enough of the title for identification and the
name of the introducer and any co-introducers. The
ee title sheet -fe general le s-ha4H be t feed fe all
lee-al bi4 e

7.5-Form of joint resolutions. All joint resolutions
Joint shall be introduced in an original and
Resolutions seven (7) exact copies. They shall con-
tain the resolving clause, "Be It Re-
solved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:" No
title sheet shall be required for joint resolutions.
Jaeket s-h-all be attaehed to the eiginal and five
eopies ef eaeh ese9+tioe T-he two -(-)- refmaininFg -n-
baeked eies s-ha be attached to the ins-ide of the
erg-inaal eopy of the oetehk+iea by papee l-iP fer intpe-
4e"tioa7.

The original resolution shall be backed with a blue
folder-jacket and five (5) copies with blue jackets. On
these jackets shall be inscribed the full name of the
introducer and any co-introducers, enough of the title
for identification, and on the original the signature of
the introducer and any co-introducers. Two un-
backed copies of the resolution shall be attached inside
the original.

7.6-Form of memorials. All memorials-these ex-
Memorials press the opinion of the Legislature to
the Congress of the United States-
shall be introduced in an original and
seven (7) exact copies. They shall contain the resolving
clause, "Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State
of Florida:" No title sheet shall be required for me-
morials. Jaekete esha-lt e attaehed to the original and
five -()- epies of eae-h meermoria TThe t-w -(- remain-
ifg tn-acked es-pies- she be attached to the inside of
the e-igin-al c-p-y of the momeiaeln by pape- elip fe- F n-


The original memorial shall be backed with a blue
folder-jacket and five (5) copies with blue jackets. On
these jackets shall be inscribed the full name of the in-
troducer and any co-introducers, enough of the title
for identification, and on the original the signature of
the introducer and any co-introducers. Two unbacked
copies of the memorial shall be attached inside the
original.

7.7-Form of House and concurrent resolutions. All
House resolutions and all concurrent
Resolutions resolutions shall be introduced in an
original and seven (7) exact copies.
They shall contain a proper title, and a resolving
clause. In the case of House resolutions, this shall be,
"Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of
the State of Florida :" Concurrent resolutions embody
the clause, "Be It Resolved by the House of Representa-
tives of the State of Florida, the Senate Concurring:"
J-ae-ete shall be attas-hed to the original a-nd five 4)-



copies ef each r-eseotietC The tw- o en aiiig anbaeked
pess shall be attpeied t the i*&ide 4 the eoigi-
rs-s-suie4 by pa-pef s-lip foe i ore)tie4-



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The original resolution shall be backed with a blue
folder-jacket and five (5) copies with blue jackets.
On these jackets shall be inscribed the full name of the
introducer and any co-introducers, enough of the title
for identification, and on the original the signature
of the introducer and any co-introducers. Two un-
backed copies of the resolution shall be attached inside
the original. No title sheet shall be required for resolu-
tions.

Where copies of House resolutions are directed in
the resolution to be furnished any person after adop-
tion, these shall be prepared only by the Clerk of the
House. The Secretary of State shall prepare certified
copies only on concurrent resolutions after their
adoption.

7.15-During the period between Organization Ses-
sion and the convening of the Regular Session and
between the first and second Regular Sessions of the
legislative biennium, Members may file bills and other
measures for introduction with the Clerk. This shall
be known as prefilingg."

(a) Such profiled measures shall be numbered by the
Clerk and presented to the Speaker for reference as
otherwise provided under Rule Eight. After the Speak-
er has referred a bill to a committee, or committees,
the Clerk shall notify each chairman. In those in-
stances where the Speaker has referred a bill to more
than one committee, the committees shall consider the
bill in the order of the reference.

(b) Out-of-session references shall not be subject to
the requirements of Rule 6.6 relating to time of consid-
eration. Committees shall, after consideration of pre-
filed bills, report their actions promptly, in the man-
ner prescribed by Rule 6.7, except that the Committees
on Appropriations and on Finance & Taxation shall
not be required to file any report during the interim.
Once received by the Clerk, a committee report on a
profiled bill shall not be subject to recall by the com-
mittee.

(c) Any profiled bill on which a committee has not
acted at the time of the convening of the Regular
Session then shall become subject to the requirements
of Rule 6.6, the time for consideration running from
the day of first reading.

(d) Before any standing committee holds a meeting
for the purpose of considering a profiled bill during
the period when the Legislature is not in session, a
notice of such meeting shall be filed with the Clerk
no later than fourteen (14) days before the meeting
and the Committee Secretary separately shall send cop-
ies of notice to the sponsors of record of the bill and to
such other persons who have requested notice. This no-
tice shall state the date, time and place of meeting, bill
number, and sufficient of the title for identification.

(e) The Clerk shall publish, from time to time, an
Interim Calendar which shall record the receipt of



profiled bills and the Speaker's reference of them,
notices of committee meetings, committee actions upon
profiled bills, and such other information as may be
useful. This interim Calendar, with notice of commit-



tee meeting, shall be mailed to all members of the
Legislature and other persons requesting this service,
at least seven (7) days prior to such meeting.

(f) Prefiled bills and other measures shall, pursuant
to the Constitution of Florida and the Rules of the
House of Representatives, be given first reading either
on the first day of a Regular Session or as soon there-
after as possible. The Clerk shall announce the Speak-
er's reference of those measures. Committee reports
which have been received by the Clerk at least seven
(7) days prior to the convening of the Regular Session
then shall be entered upon the Journal.

(g) In the event a committee does not deliver its
report of a profiled bill seven (7) days prior to the
convening of a Regular Session, or in the event a pre-
filed bill had received reference to more than one (1)
committee and less than all have considered the bill,
the committee or committees failing to report shall
consider the bill during the Regular Session.

(h) Any bill received by the Clerk within twenty-
one (21) days of the convening of a Regular Session
shall be numbered and processed but otherwise with-
held from the operation of this Rule.

(i) Notwithstanding the other sections of this Rule,
any Member may, during the day of introduction of
profiled bills but not later than under the Order of
Business of Motions Relating to Committee Reference
on the next legislative day, move for reference to a
different committee or for withdrawal from any com-
mittee, which motion may be adopted by two-thirds
vote.

(j) All requirements for the referencing of bills to
and the consideration of bills by committees of the
House of Representatives shall be deemed to have been
met and discharged if the jurisdictional requirements
of this Rule have been complied with as to each of
such bills.

Delete Rules 6.5 (b) and 7.15 (b), and reletter pres-
ent Rule 7.15 (c) as Rule 7.15 (b).

7.17-No gener-a bill or joint resolution, except bills
Introduction or joint resolutions originating in a
after 30th standing committee, shall be given first
20th Day reading after the -i4.4-iet4 twentieth
(20th) day of a Regular Session. The
Clerk is directed not to number any general bills or
joint resolutions filed after the twenty-eighth eight-
eenth (18th) day. A motion to waive this Rule shall be
referred to the Committee on Rules & Calendar for a
determination by the Committee as to the existence of
an emergency reasonably compelling consideration of a
bill or joint resolution notwithstanding this Rule.

10.17---Any motion to spread remarks upon the



Motions Relating Journal, except those of the Governor
to Remarks and members of the House, shall be
referred to the Committee on Rules &
Calendar for recommendation before being put to the
House.



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14.6-Supervision of the Chamber and galleries
shall be vested in the Committee on
Supervision Rules & Calendar, subject to the direc-
of Chamber tion and control of the Speaker. Pro-
vision shall be made for newsmen wishing to report
House proceedings for press, television and radio.
The Committee may promulgate regulations relating
to the distribution in the Chamber of materials not of
legislative origin.


On motion by Mr. Tittle, the proposed amendment to Rule
7.17 was amended as follows: In lines 1 and 8, reinsert "general".
On motions by Mr. Dubbin, the above report and the proposed
amendments to the Rules, as amended, were adopted.

Announcement

The Speaker announced the appointment of the following
House Select Committee on Equal Rights: Robert C. Hartnett,
Chairman; John R. Forbes, Vice-Chairman; R. Ed Blackburn,
Gwendolyn S. Cherry, William L. Gibson, Larry Libertore, Tom
McPherson, J. W. Robinson, and Tom Tobiassen.

Recess

Without objection, the House stood in informal recess at
6:29 p.m. to reconvene at 6:45 p.m.

Reconvene

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 6:45 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Communication

The following communication was read:

State of Florida
Executive Department

PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR

WHEREAS, on the 24th day of November, 1972, a Proclama-
tion of the Governor was issued convening a special session of
the Florida Legislature commencing on the 28th day of Novem-
ber, 1972, and
WHEREAS, on the 29th day of November, 1972, and on the
30th day of November, 1972, Proclamations of the Governor
were issued amending the Proclamation of November 24th, 1972,
and
WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the
State to further amend the Proclamation of the Governor of
November 24th, 1972, in order to expand the call of the special
session so that the Legislature may consider the important
legislative business set forth below.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, Governor of
the State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty and
by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by Section 83,
Article III, Constitution of Florida (1968), do hereby proclaim
as follows:

Section 1.
That the Legislature is convened for the sole purpose of con-
sidering legislation relating to:



(1) Capital punishment, including the redefinition of cap-
ital crimes, providing alternative sanctions for offenses for-
merly designated capital, providing procedures for sentencing,
and other related matters.



(2) Concurrent resolution relating to the ratification of
the proposed Equality of Rights Amendment (Proposed 27th
Amendment) to the United States Constitution.
(3) Establishment of a revolving fund for loans by the
Department of Pollution Control to local governmental agen-
cies for sewer treatment facilities, and providing necessary
appropriation.
(4) Supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 1972-73
to the Department of Pollution Control in order to expand the
Department's programs for technical assistance to local gov-
ernment agencies.
(5) Supplemental appropriation for fiscal year 1972-73
(in the approximate amount of 9.5 Million Dollars) to fully
fund the State Minimum Foundation Program for Schools
(K-12).
(6) Supplemental appropriation for fiscal year 1972-73
(in the approximate amount of 9 Million Dollars) to the
University of South Florida Medical Center for additional
capital outlay funds for the construction of Phase II of the
Medical Center.
(7) Flood Control Districts, providing a new statutory
provision dealing with the declaration of water shortage and
emergency orders and related matters.
(8) Amendment of Section 167.431, Florida Statutes,
restoring the exemption for churches from the payment of
any municipal utility tax.
(9) Amendments to Chapter 27, Florida Statutes, author-
izing public defenders to represent insolvent persons who are
under arrest for, or charged with, a misdemeanor or violation
of municipal or county ordinance, and authorizing counties and
municipalities to contribute funds to public defenders for the
purpose of defending misdemeanors and violations of munici-
pal or county ordinances.
(10) Supplemental appropriations for Public Defenders,
Official Court Reporters and State Attorneys and for legis-
lation to assure adequate funding of the Office of State
Attorney by counties.

Section 2.
Except as amended by this Proclamation and the Proclama-
tions of the Governor dated November 29th, 1972, and Novem-
ber 30th, 1972 (filed with Department of State at 11:21 a.m.),
the Proclamation of the Governor dated November 24th, 1972,
is ratified and confirmed.



IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
1 be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capitol,
this 30th day of November, 1972.
REUBIN O'D. ASKEW
Governor

ATTEST:
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State


Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed with amendments-



By Representative Gautier and others-
HB 1-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital
punishment, amending section 782.04, Florida Statutes, to specify
and redefine the crimes constituting murder; providing for re-
classification as certain degrees of felony; amending chapter
782, Florida Statutes, by adding section 782.011; providing def-
initions; amending subsection (1) of section 775.081, Florida
Statutes, providing for a life felony; amending section 775.082,
Florida Statutes, to provide punishment for capital and life



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felonies; amending section 921.141, Florida Statutes, as amended
by chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, providing procedures for a
separate proceeding to determine sentence in capital cases; pro-
viding for sentence of life imprisonment if capital punishment
is ruled unconstitutional; amending section 790.16, Florida
Statutes, providing for new penalties for throwing or discharg-
ing bombs or discharging machine guns in public places and for
the commission of air piracy; repealing subsections (3) and
(4) of section 790.16, Florida Statutes, relating to recommenda-
tion of mercy and judicial discretion in sentencing; amending
section 790.161, Florida Statutes; device, depending on degree
of harm inflicted; amending section 794.01, Florida Statutes;
providing new penalties for crimes of rape; amending section
805.02, Florida Statutes; providing that kidnapping for ransom
shall be a life felony; providing a severability clause; providing
an effective date.
Amendment 1-Strike everything after the enacting clause
and insert:
Section 1. Subsection (1) of section 775.081, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
775.081 Classifications of felonies and misdemeanors.-
(1) Felonies are classified, for the purpose of sentence and
for any other purpose specifically provided by statute, into the
following categories:
(a) Capital felony;
(b) Life felony;
(- (c) Felony of the first degree;
*(4 (d) Felony of the second degree; and
(-4d- (e) Felony of the third degree.
A capital felony and a life felony must be so designated by
statute. -A enioeapite4 f4eley Other felonies are of the partic-
ular degree designated by statute. Any crime declared by stat-
ute to be a felony without specification of degree is of the
third degree, except that this provision shall not affect felonies
punishable by life imprisonment for the first offense.
COMMENT: Provides a new category of felony to serve
as an additional deterrent to those crimes, while not clas-
sified capital, are especially serious in nature.
Section 2. Section 775.082, Florida Statutes, as amended by
chapter 72-118, Laws of Florida, is amended to read:
775.082 Penalties for felonies and misdemeanors.-
(1) A person who has been convicted of a capital felony
shall be punished by life imprisonment and shall be required
to serve no less than twenty-five (25) calendar years before
becoming eligible for parole unless the proceeding held to de-
termine sentence according to the procedure set forth in sec-
tion 921.141 results in findings by the court that such person
shall be punished by death, and in the latter event such person
shall be punished by death. anleesa the -vediet includes a reeem-
mefndeion t e me-e by a majieity 4 the jwy; in whieh ease
the p-iD4s-ment shall be 44fe impi me?t4 -A- defendant feaund
g-ility by the eeet e4 a eapi4tal felkny en a plea Of guilty s
when a juy is waVded h4ell be sentenced te death e ife i4i-
piFsenmeAt in the dieesetHien f4 the eeuat?
(2) In the event the death penalty in a capital felony is
held to be unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court or
the United States Supreme Court, a person who has been con-
victed of a capital felony shall be punished by life imprison-
ment as provided in subsection (1).
(3) In the event the death penalty in a capital felony is
held to be unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court or
the United States Supreme Court, the court having jurisdiction
over a person previously sentenced to death for a capital felony
shall cause such person to be brought before the court, and the
court shall sentence such person to life imprisonment as pro-
vided in subsection (1) with ae eligibility fe paeele.
(4) A person who has been convicted of any other designated
felony may be punished as follows:



(a) For a life felony, by a term of imprisonment in the
state prison for thirty years or more, not exceeding life im-
prisonment;



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to commit, or flight after committing or attempting to commit
any arson, rape, robbery, burglary, kidnapping, aircraft piracy,
or the unlawful throwing, placing or discharging of a de-
structive device or bomb, i4 shall be murder in the second degree
and shall constitute a life felony e the fiet degree, punishable
as provided in section 775.082.7 seetiet W 75.083 e seetiee W6-
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-a- (b) For a felony of the first degree, by a term of im-
prisonment in the state prison peiite+tiewy not exceeding thirty
(30) years or, when specifically provided by statute, by im-
prisonment in the state prison ie.itet4air-y for a term of years
not exceeding life imprisonment;
*{4 (c) For a felony of the second degree, by a term of
imprisonment in the state prison petitewA ir-y not exceeding fif-
teen (15) years;
-e)- (d) For a felony of the third degree, by a term of im-
prisonment in the state prison peitett4ery not exceeding five
(5) years.
(5) A person who has been convicted of a designated mis-
demeanor may be sentenced as follows:
(a) For a misdemeanor of the first degree, by a definite
term of imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one
(1) year;
(b) For a misdemeanor of the second degree, by a definite
term of imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding sixty
(60) days.
(6) Nothing in this section shall be construed to alter the
operation of any statute of this state authorizing a trial court,
in its discretion, to impose a sentence of imprisonment for an
indeterminate period within minimum and maximum limits as
provided by law7, except as provided in subsection (1).

COMMENT: Subsection (1) provides two alternate sen-
tences for capital crimes which will be mandatory accord-
ing to the findings of fact made in a separate sentencing
proceeding. A distinction between life imprisonment under
subsection (1) and that contemplated under subsection
(4) (a), relating to life felonies should be noted. In the
former case, there is a minimum period to be served on a
life sentence before eligibility for parole. In the latter,
there is no such minimum but only a minimum term of
years which must be imposed if life imprisonment is not
the sentence. There is no minimum sentence for felonies
of the first degree. Thus, each category contemplates a
descending degree of severity according to the classifica-
tion of the crime.
Section 3. Section 782.04, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
782.04 Murder.-
(1) The unlawful killing of a human being, when per-
petrated from a premeditated design to effect the death of the
person killed or any human being; eo whee oenmit.e4 i* the
perpetratien 4 es i4 the Mt&effpe tte enpetate a ,y e k -rape,
Pebber ry oabemiable ead detectable em4me gas -
We, ek napping shall be murder in the first degree and
shall constitute a capital felony, punishable as provided in
section 775.082.
(a) When the unlawful killing occurs while the accused is
engaged in, or is an accomplice in the commission of, or an at-
tempt to commit, or flight after committing or attempting to
commit any arson, rape, robbery, burglary, kidnapping, air-
craft piracy, or the unlawful throwing, placing or discharging
of a destructive device or bomb, and where such killing is ef-
fected in the furtherance of such acts or acts, it shall be pre-
sumed, unless rebutted by the evidence, that the unlawful killing
was perpetrated from a premeditated design to effect the death
of the person killed or any human being.
(b) In all cases under this section the procedure set forth in
section 921.141 shall be followed in order to determine sentence
of death or life imprisonment.
(2) The unlawful killing of a human being, When when per-
petrated by any act imminently dangerous to another and evinc-
ing a depraved mind regardless of human life, although without
any premeditated design to effect the death of any particular
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(3) The unlawful killing of a human being, W4e when per-
petrated without any design to effect death, by a person en-
gaged in, or an accomplice in the commission of, or an attempt
to commit, or flight after committing or attempting to commit
any felony, other than arson, rape, robbery, burglary, e kid-
napping or the unlawful throwing, placing or discharging of a
destructive device or bomb it shall be murder in the third de-
gree and shall constitute a felony of the second degree, punish-
able as provided in section 775.082, section 775.083, or section
775.084.
COMMENT: Murder in the first degree has been rede-
fined to reserve as a capital felony only those killings com-
mitted with premeditated design. The felony murder rule
is used as a rule of evidence to give prosecutors an addi-
tional tool to aid in proof of premeditation. Murder in the
second degree is essentially the same, except that original
felony murder language is added as equating acts "im-
minently dangerous to another and evincing a depraved
mind regardless of human life." Accordingly, where proof
of premeditated design by proof of the named felony is
successfully rebutted under subsection (1)(a), murder in
the second degree becomes a clear lesser included offense as
no premeditated design is required. In addition, the section
deletes reference to the "abominable and detestable crime
against nature" which is not presently a crime in Florida
until a new sodomy statute is enacted. The bombing situa-
tion has been added. Therefore, a clear intention is manifest
to include only serious common law or statutory felonies
which are presently made criminal. Should a sodomy statute
later be enacted, it could be included.
Section 4. Section 779.07, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
779.07 Intentional injury to or interference with property.-
Whoever intentionally destroys, impairs, injures, interferes or
tampers with real or personal property and such act hinders,
delays or interferes with the preparation of the United States or
of any country with which the United States shall then main-
tain friendly relations, or of any of the states for defense or for
war, or with the prosecution of war by the United States,
is shall be guilty of a life epitalI felony, punishable as provided
in 775.082.; provided, if seh peree se eete -w4th the inteet to
h44deep delaye ee *iiterFee with the pne me4n ex the -4--ite-a
tetes e e m- any eeti nty with whieh the Uniteted Statese 4hae
then ftft *.i9t1 friendly elteOnP, en e4 sy eo 4he ette-s Zop de-
fense e- P4fe*we-pa e wih4 the peseeienf e wes by the United
States, te m4inimm pUnish ment sHt l: be in tahe state psen4 fee
net less than eos yea*.
Section 5. Section 790.16, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
790.16 Throwing bombs; discharging machine guns; penal-
ty.-
(1) It is unlawful for any person to throw any bomb or to
shoot or discharge any machine guns upon, across or along
any road, street or highway in the state, or upon or across any
public park in the state, or in, upon or across any public place
where people are accustomed to assemble in the state. The
casting of such bomb or the discharge of such machine gun in,
upon or across such public street, or in, upon or across such
public park, or in, upon or across such public place, whether in-
doors or outdoors, including all theatres and athletic stadiums,
with intent to do bodily harm to any person or with intent to do
damage to the property ef any peese-, not resulting in the death
of another person, shall be a enpit-l felony of the first degree,
punishable as provided in section 775.082. A sentence not ex-
ceeding life imprisonment is specifically authorized where great
bodily harm to another or serious disruption of governmental
operations results.
(2) This section shall not apply to the use of such bombs or
machine guns by any United States or state militia, or by any
eheoi4fso deputy sh4eyffo, mo-ehalaT eenfcatses chief ef petiee en
polic4ee law enforcement officer while in the discharge of their
lawful duty in supressing riots and disorderly conduct, and in
preserving and protecting the public peace or in the preservation
of public property, or where said use shall be authorized by law.

{(--+ A mefemity e4 the j-neevs teyjang eaid eanse may in themr



4iseWetioe eeeoemmed th e de-en4da t te tohe meney 4 the eeest
in wt1eh event the penelty shall be ehaeged Amnn deet te tio e
em-wsnmee4=



-(/4. --The eikeEf4t jdge beere wm4e ls aeid easee el+all be teied-
ehould he deem the ei tafn eees uae whh e4 said o4ense was
eeAt-itted ed esah n&twre and4 eerfa-eteP as te jneti+ y elemeney,
me.yv in hRis disereien ehlange the penalty fem death te im-
pisonieat in th Ce paen eitevti"riy fe? 4e
COMMENT: This provision provides rational alternatives
in sentencing compatible with existing law, depending on
the degree of harm done. It is intended that where a homi-
cide results that such offense be prosecuted under section
782.04, F.S. Deletion of subsections (3) and (4) is required
to remove jury discretion to recommend mercy and judi-
cial discretion to lower the sentence. These provisions are
unnecessary as the most serious offense under this sec-
tion is now classified as a felony of the first degree, with
specific authorization of a term of imprisonment not ex-
ceeding life imprisonment in certain cases.
Section 6. Section 790.161, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
790.161 Throwing, placing or discharging any destructive de-
vice or attempt so to do, felony; penalties.-It is unlawful for
any person to throw, place, discharge or attempt to discharge
any destructive device, as defined herein, with intent to do
bodily harm to any person or with intent to do damage to
the property o4 any p e+re, and any person convicted thereof
shall be guilty of a felony and punished in the following man-
ner:
(1) When such action, or attempt at such action, results in
the death of the pepesan intended en any another person, the
person so convicted shall be guilty of a etepial life felony,
punishable as provided in section 775.082.
(2) When such action, or attempt at such action, results not
in the death of any person, but does result in personal injury
to a person or in damage to the property oef ny peps o, the
person so convicted shall be guilty of a felony of the first
degree, punishable as provided in sections 775.082, 775.083 or
775.084. A sentence not exceeding life imprisonment is specifi-
cally authorized where great bodily harm to another or serious
disruption of governmental operations results.
COMMENT: The intent of the change in subsection (1)
is to make this penalty consistent with that imposed for
murder in the second degree or a life felony. Where evi-
dence of premeditation exists, the offender could be prose-
cuted for murder in the first degree, as the throwing of
a destructive device or bomb gives rise to a rebuttable
presumption of premeditation under this act. The distinc-
tion here is that the perpetrator intends only to "do
bodily harm" or "damage to property", not necessarily to
kill another human being from a "premeditated design."
Similar sentencing alternatives appear in subsection (2)
as appear in section 5 of this act.
Section 7. Section 794.01, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
794.01 Rape and forcible carnal knowledge; penalty.-
(1) Whoever of the age of seventeen years or older unlaw-
fully ravishes or carnally knows a female child of the age of
ten years or younger, with force, is guilty of a capital felony,
punishable as provided in 775.082.
(2) Whoever ravishes or and carnally knows a female of
the age of eleven ten years or more, by force and against her
will, or unlawfully or carnally knows and abuses a female child
under the age of eleven ten years, shall be guilty of a life ea-i-tnl
felony, punishable as provided in 775.082.
(3) It shall not be necessary to prove the actual emission
of seed, but the crime shall be deemed complete upon proof of
penetration only.
Section 8. Section 805.02, Florida Statutes, is amended to read:
805.02 Kidnapping for ransom.-Whoever, without lawful
authority, forcibly or secretly confines, imprisons, inveigles
or kidnaps any person, with intent to hold such person for a
ransom to be paid for the release of such person, or any person,
or any person who aids, abets or in any manner assists such



person in the confining, imprisoning, inveigling or kidnapping
of such person, shall be guilty of kidnapping a person, which
constitutes a eaptat life felony, punishable as provided in
section 775.082.



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COMMENT: This section reduces kidnapping for ransom
to a life felony, in accordance with the express general
policy of taking a life only when a life is taken.

Section 9. Section 921.141, Florida Statutes, as amended
by chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, is amended to read:
(Substantial rewording of section. See section 921.141, F. S.,
as amended by chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, for present
text.)
921.141 Sentence of death or life imprisonment for capital
felonies; further proceedings to determine sentence.-
(1) Upon conviction or adjudication of guilt of a defendant
of a capital felony the court shall conduct a separate sentenc-
ing proceeding to determine whether the defendant should
be sentenced to death or life imprisonment as authorized by
section 775.082. The proceeding shall be conducted by the
trial, judge before the trial jury within thirty days unless ex-
tended by order of the supreme court of Florida. If the trial
jury has been waived or if the defendant pleaded guilty, the
sentencing proceeding shall be conducted before a jury em-
paneled for that purpose unless waived by the defendant. In
the proceeding, evidence may be presented as to any matter that
the court deems relevant to sentence, and shall include matters
relating to any of the aggravating or mitigating circumstances
enumerated in subsections (6) and (7) of this section. Any
such evidence which the court deems to have probative force
may be received, regardless of its admissibility under the ex-
clusionary rules of evidence, provided that the defendant is
accorded a fair opportunity to rebut any hearsay statements;
and further provided that this subsection shall not be con-
strued to authorize the introduction of any evidence secured
in violation of the Constitution of the United States or of
the State of Florida. The prosecuting attorney and the de-
fendant or his counsel shall be permitted to present argument
for or against sentence of death.
(2) After hearing all the evidence, the jury shall deliberate
and render an advisory opinion to the court concerning the
following matters:
(a) Whether sufficient aggravating circumstances exist as
enumerated in subsection (6), and
(b) Whether sufficient mitigating circumstances exist as
enumerated in subsection (7), which outweigh any aggravating
circumstances found to exist, and
(c) Based on these considerations whether the defendant
should be sentenced to death.
(3) The court, after conducting such a separate proceed-
ing as set forth in subsection (1) above and after receiv-
ing a recommendation of a majority of the jury that the defen-
dant should be sentenced to death, made in accordance with sub-
section (2) above, shall impose a sentence of death if the
court determines and sets forth in writing its findings of fact:
(a) That one or more sufficient aggravating circumstances
exist as enumerated in subsection (6), and
(b) That there are no sufficient mitigating circumstances,
as enumerated in subsection (7), which outweigh the aggravat-
ing circumstances.
In each case in which the court imposes the death sentence,
the determination of the court shall be supported by specific
written findings of fact based upon the circumstances in sub-
sections (6) and (7) and based upon the records of the trial
and the sentencing proceedings.
(4) If the jury does not recommend death or if the court
does not make the findings required in subsection (3), the
court shall impose sentence of life imprisonment in accordance
with section 775.082.
(5) The judgment of conviction and sentence of death shall
be subject to automatic review by the Supreme Court of
Florida within thirty (30) days after certification by the
sentencing court of the entire record unless time is extended
an additional period not to exceed thirty (30) days by the
Supreme Court for good cause shown. Such review by the
Supreme Court shall have priority over all other cases, and
shall be heard on briefs and oral argument only in accordance
with rules promulgated by the Supreme Court.



(6) Aggravating circumstances.-Aggravating circumstances
shall be limited to the following:



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Section 10, It is declared to be the legislative intent that
if any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, pro-
vision or word of this act is held to be invalid, the remainder
of the act shall not be affected.
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(a) The capital felony was committed by a person under
sentence of imprisonment;
(b) The defendant was previously convicted of another
capital felony or of a felony involving the use or threat of
violence to the person;
(c) At the time the capital felony was committed the
defendant also committed another capital felony;
(d) The defendant knowingly created a great risk of death
to many persons;
(e) The capital felony was committed while the defendant
was engaged or was an accomplice in the commission of, or
an attempt to commit, or flight after committing or attempting
to commit any robbery, rape, arson, burglary, kidnapping, air-
craft piracy, or the unlawful throwing, placing or discharging
of a destructive device or bomb;
(f) The capital felony was committed for the purpose of
avoiding or preventing a lawful arrest or effecting an escape
from custody;
(g) The capital felony was committed for pecuniary gain;
(h) The capitol felony was committed to disrupt or hinder
the lawful exercise or enforcement of our laws or disrupt the
functions or offices of government.
(i) Any other evidence the court deems relevant to sentence.
(j) The capital felony was especially heinous, atrocious or
cruel, manifesting exceptional depravity.
(7) Mitigating circumstances.-Mitigating circumstances shall
be the following:
(a) The defendant has no significant history of prior criminal
activity;
(b) The capital felony was committed while the defendant was
under the influence of extreme mental or emotional disturbance;
(c) The victim was a participant in the defendant's conduct
or consented to the act;
(d) The defendant was an accomplice in the capital felony,
committed by another person and his participation was rela-
tively minor;
(e) The defendant acted under extreme duress or under the
substantial domination of another person;
(f) At the time of the capital felony, the capacity of the
defendant to appreciate the criminality of his conduct or to
conform his conduct to the requirements of law was substan-
tially impaired as a result of mental capacity, intoxication, or
influence of drugs;
(g) The age of the defendant at the time of the crime.
(h) Any other evidence the court deems relevant to sentence.
COMMENT: This section provides procedures for a separate
proceeding to determine sentence in capital cases. Only
two sentences are possible-death or life imprisonment, with
a minimum time to be served before eligibility for parole.
A sentence of death is mandatory upon the finding of facts
set forth in subsection (2). Otherwise, in the event the
court finds no aggravating circumstance, or if it finds that
one exists but also that there is a substantial mitigating
circumstance which warrants leniency, the sentence must
be life imprisonment with the conditions before stated.
It should be noted that while the exclusionary rules of evi-
dence are relaxed in this proceeding, there is no intent to
authorize introduction of evidence excluded because of a
constitutional infirmity. Also, matters to be considered are
limited only to those aggravating and mitigating circum-
stances enumerated in subsections (6) and (7). In addition,
it should be noted that Chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, listed
an additional ground for mitigation relating to belief of
"moral justification or extenuation" that has been deleted.
Further, the language of subsection (7)(e) and (f) has
been strengthened by a requirement of "substantial" duress,
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Amendment 4-In title, strike lines 4 through 31 on page 1,
and lines 1 through 10 on page 2 and insert: An act relating
to capital punishment; amending 775.081(1), Florida Statutes,
providing for a life felony; amending 775.082, Florida Statutes,
as amended by chapter 72-118, Laws of Florida, to provide
punishment for capital and life felonies; amending 782.04,
Florida Statutes, to specify and redefine the crimes constitut-
ing murder; amending 779.07, Florida Statutes, to make in-
tentional injury to property a life felony; amending 790.16,
Florida Statutes, providing for new penalties for throwing or
discharging bombs or discharging machine guns in public places;
repealing subsections (3) and (4) of 790.16, Florida Statutes,
relating to recommendation of mercy and judicial discretion
in sentencing; amending 790.161, Florida Statutes; providing
new penalties for throwing, placing, or discharging any de-
structive device, depending on degree of harm inflicted; amend-
ing 794.01, Florida Statutes, providing new penalties for
crimes of rape; amending 805.02, Florida Statutes, provid-
ing that kidnapping for ransom shall be a life felony; amend-
ing 921.141, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 72-72,
Laws of Florida, providing a separate proceeding to determine
sentence in capital cases; providing a severability clause; pro-
viding an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

Mr. Gautier moved that the House refuse to concur in Senate
Amendments 1 and 4 to HB 1-A and request the Senate to re-
cede therefrom; in the event the Senate refuses to recede,
requests that a Conference Committee consisting of seven
members on the part of the Senate be appointed to confer with
a like committee on the part of the House.

Pending consideration thereof, Mr. Johnson moved the pre-
vious question, which was agreed to.

The question recurred on the motion to refuse to concur in
the Senate amendments and request a conference committee,
which was agreed to.

Thereupon, the Speaker appointed Representatives Gautier,
Shreve, Martinez, Johnson, Savage, Rish, and Blackburn as
the conferees on the part of the House.

The action of the House, together with HB 1-A and Senate
amendments thereto, was certified to the Senate.


The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed with amendment-

By the Committee on Appropriations and Representative
Hodes and others-
CS for HB 16-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to
the department of pollution control; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.
Which amendment reads as follows:
On page 1, line 16, after the words "sum of" strike remainder
of bill and insert: six hundred thousand dollars ($600,000)
for the following purposes:
(1) Assisting local governmental agencies and regional plan-
ning agencies, established pursuant to Chapter 106, Florida
Statutes, in the preparation, submission, and processing of ap-
plications for federal and state financial assistance for the
development of sewage treatment facilities, furtherance of
basin planning, grant and loan administration, and



(2) Assisting local governmental agencies in the planning
and design of sewage treatment facilities, and the develop-
ment of financing plans therefore, technical assistance to local
governments.
(3) Develop and assist in the development of river basin
plans; and



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Yeas-37
Avon
Bass
Becker
Clark, J. R.
Crabtree
Crane
Culbreath
Dyer
Easley
Grizzle

Nays-77
The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Earle
Fechtel



Hagan
Hazelton
Jones
Kiser
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald


Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grosse
Haben
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James



Moudry
Nergard
Peaden
Poorbaugh
Price
Richmond
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Sackett


Kershaw
Kutun
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Nelson
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Poole
Randell
Redman
Rish
Robinson, G. C.



Savage
Snowden
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Whitson
Williams
Wilson



Ryals
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Walker
Webb
Young



The question recurred on the motion to refuse to concur
and request the Senate to recede, which was agreed to.

The action of the House, together with CS for HB 16-A
and Senate amendment thereto, was certified to the Senate.

Communication

The following communication was read:

State of Florida
Executive Department

PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR

WHEREAS, on the 24th day of November, 1972, a Proclama-
tion was issued convening a special session of the Florida
Legislature commencing on the 28th day of November, 1972,
and
WHEREAS, on the 29th day of November, 1972, and on the
30th day of November, 1972, Proclamations of the Governor
were issued amending the Proclamation of the Governor dated
November 24th, 1972, and



OF REPRESENTATIVES November 30, 1972

(4) Administer federal and state grant and loan programs
for the planning, design, and construction of sewage treat-
ment facilities.
Section 2. This act shall take effect immediately upon be-
coming a law.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

Mr. Spicola moved that the House refuse to concur in the
Senate amendment to CS for HB 16-A and request the Senate to
recede therefrom.

Pending consideration thereof-

Mr. Whitson offered a substitute motion that the House
concur in the Senate amendment, which was not agreed to. The
vote was:










JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



WHEREAS, it is necessary and in the best interest of the
State of Florida to further amend the Proclamation dated
the 24th day of November, 1972, in order to extend the period
of the call of the special session;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, REUBIN O'D. ASKEW, Governor
of the State of Florida, in obedience to my constitutional duty
and by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by
Section 3, Article III, Constitution of Florida (1968), do hereby
proclaim as follows:

Section 1.
That Section 1 of the Proclamation of the Governor dated
the 24th day of November, 1972, is amended to read:

"Section 1.
That the Third Legislature of the State of Florida under
the Constitution, 1968 Revision, be and is hereby convened
in Special Session pursuant to Section 3(c) of Article III
of the Constitution, at the Capitol, Tallahassee, Florida,
commencing on Tuesday, November 28th, 1972 (at a time to
be determined by the presiding officer of each house) for
a period of four (4) consecutive days, ending on December
1, 1972."
Section 2.
Except as amended by this Proclamation and prior amend-
ments, the Proclamation of the Governor dated the 24th day of
November, 1972, is ratified and confirmed.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused the
Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capitol,
this 30th day of November, 1972.
REUBIN O'D. ASKEW
"0oD WE IGovernor

ATTEST:
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of State

Messages from the Senate
The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has passed CS for HB 17-A
-and has admitted for introduction and consideration by the
required two-thirds vote and passed HB 25-A.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary
The bills, contained in the above message, were ordered en-
rolled.
The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has refused to recede from Senate Amendments to HB
1-A and the President of the Senate has appointed Senators
Barron, Childers, de la Parte, Smathers, Johnson, Myers and
Plante as a Conference Committee to confer with the like Com-
mittee on the part of the House.
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Secretary
Mr. Dubbin moved that the House adjourn upon completion of
Introduction and Reference to reconvene at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow,
which was agreed to.
Introduction and Reference
By the Select Committee on Appropriations-



HB 40-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the judi-
ciary; providing for supplementary services of court reporters;
providing for an appropriation; providing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and placed on the Rules
Calendar.

By the Select Committee on Appropriations-
HB 41-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public de-
fenders; providing for appropriations to fund the defense of
insolvent persons charged with misdemeanors or violations of
municipal or county ordinances in the county courts; permitting
municipalities and counties to appropriate or contribute addi-
tional funds; providing an effective date; providing an expira-
tion date.
-was read the first time by title and placed on the Rules
Calendar.

By the Select Committee on Appropriations-
HB 42-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state at-
torneys; amending subsections 27.34(1) and 27.34(2), Florida
Statutes; providing appropriations for all criminal intake and
juvenile prosecutions; providing an effective date; providing
an expiration date.
-was read the first time by title and placed on the Rules
Calendar.

Reports of Standing Committees
The Select Committee on Environmental Protection recom-
mends the following pass: HB 34-A
The bill was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

The Select Committee on Appropriations recommends the
following pass:
HB 34-A, with amendments (fiscal note attached)
The bill was referred to the Committee on Rules & Calendar.

Engrossing Reports

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-
SB 8-A SB 9-A
-have been examined and the bills herewith returned.
S0Allen Morris, Clerk
-and the bills with amendments, were ordered immediately
certified to the Senate.

Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-
HB 25-A HB 28-A HB 35-A
-have been incorporated and the bills herewith returned.
Allen Morris, Clerk
-and the bills were ordered immediately certified to the
Senate.
Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to HB 11-A have
been incorporated and the bill herewith returned.
Allen Morris, Clerk
-and the bill was ordered enrolled.

Enrolling Reports

HCR 1-A Qrg.
-has been enrolled, signed by the required Constitutional Of-
ficers and filed with the Secretary of State on November 30,
1972.
Allen Morris, Clerk

Adjournment



On the motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House adjourned at 7:23
p.m. to reconvene at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow.



November 30, 1972



43










THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA



-r,4E l-2



Friday, December 1, 1972



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 9:30 a.m.



The following Members were recorded present:



Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Excused: Representatives Dick Clark and Walker.

A quorum was present.


Prayer

Prayer by Representative William J. Rish:
Almighty God, in these trying days, grant us the courage
of Daniel, the wisdom of Solomon, and the compassion of
Jesus Christ. Forgive us for our sins and guide our minds
and hands this day as we think and vote. Amen.


The Journal

The Journal of November 30 was corrected and approved as
follows: On page 38, column 1, line 11 from top, strike "line 1"
and insert: lines 1 and 8


Announcement

The Speaker announced that he had appointed Representative
Jim K. Tillman to replace Representative William L. Gibson as
a member of the Select Committee on Equal Rights.



Communications



Representative Jim K. Tillman, Minority Leader, advised the
Clerk of the following results of elections occurring in a caucus
of the Republican Members of the House of Representatives on
Monday, November 20, 1972 for party positions for the next
two years:
Minority Leader Representative Jim K. Tillman
Minority Leader pro tempore Representative John J. Savage
Minority Whip Representative Lewis S. Earle
Minority Caucus Chairman Representative Jon C. Thomas

The following communication was read:
Honorable Terrell Sessums November 28, 1972
Speaker, House of Representatives
The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida
Dear Mr. Speaker:
In compliance with the provisions of Article III, Section 8(b),
of the State Constitution, I am transmitting to you for con-
sideration of the House the following vetoed bills, 1972 Regular
Session, with the Governor's objections attached thereto:
HB 3903 Relating to the office of public defender in Hills-
borough County
HB 3927 Relating to the DeSoto County Hospital District
HB 4425 Relating to the Department of Transportation, lease
of toll facilities
HB 4438 Providing for a separate clerk for the Baker County
Court
HB 4442 Creating a separate clerk for the county court of
Holmes, Walton, Santa Rosa and Gadsden Counties
Cordially,
Richard (Dick) Stone
Secretary of State

HB's 3903, 3927, 4425, 4438, and 4442, 1972 Regular Session,
together with the Governor's objections thereto, were filed with
the Clerk.


Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar



The following report was read:
The Honorable Terrell Sessums
Speaker, House of Representatives



December 1, 1972



Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar herewith submits as
the Special Order Calendar under Rule 8.16 for Friday, Decem-
ber 1, 1972 the consideration of the following bills or their
Senate companions:
HB 40-A-Judiciary
HB 41-A-Public defenders
HB 42-A-State attorneys



44



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel



House of Representatives


Proceedings at Tallahassee of the Third Legislature
[under the Constitution as Revised in 1968]
SPECIAL SESSION








JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



45



A quorum of the Committee was present in person, and a
majority of those present agreed to the Report.
Respectfully submitted,
Murray H. Dubbin, Chairman
Committee on Rules & Calendar
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the above report was adopted.


Consideration of the Special Order

HB 40-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the judici-
ary; providing for supplementary services of court reporters;
providing for an appropriation; providing an effective date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title. On motion
by Mr. Redman, the rules were waived and HB 40-A was read
the third time by title. On passage, the vote was:



Amendment 2-On page 3, line 15, strike "three cents
($.03)" and insert: five cents ($.05)
Mrs. Cherry moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.

On motion by Mr. Redman, the rules were waived and HB
41-A was read the third time by title.

On motion by Mr. Fulford, the rules were waived and debate
was limited to two minutes per person.


MR. GAUTIER IN THE CHAIR

The question recurred on passage of HB 41-A. The vote
was:



Yeas-103
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle



Nays-3
Fortune



Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Fulford
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodges
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kutun
Langley



Hodes



Lewis
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Melvin



Representatives Danahy, Holloway, Kiser, Libertore, and
Spicola were recorded as voting Yea, Representative Poole was
recorded as voting Nay, and Representatives Crenshaw, Dixon,
Fulford, Hair, and Rude changed their votes from Yea to
Nay.

So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.

HB 41-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public de-
fenders; providing for appropriations to fund the defense of
insolvent persons charged with misdemeanors or violations of
municipal or county ordinances in the county courts; permitting
municipalities and counties to appropriate or contribute addi-
tional funds; providing an effective date; providing an ex-
piration date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representative Becker offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 3, line 10, strike "one hundred thou-
sand dollars ($100,000)" and insert: two hundred thousand dol-
lars ($200,000)
Mr. Becker moved the adoption of the amendment, which
failed of adoption.
Representatives Cherry and Becker offered the following
amendment:



Yeas-62
The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crane
Cunningham

Nays-46
Avon
Bass
Clark, David
Crabtree
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Dixon
Earle
Fechtel
Fortune
Fulford
Gibson



Danahy
Dubbin
Dyer
Easley
Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Gordon
Grizzle
Grosse
Harris
Hector
Hodges
Holloway
Jones
Kershaw



Gorman
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Hazelton
Hodes
Hutto
James
Johnson
Lewis
Matthews



Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Ogden
Papy
Poorbaugh
Randell
Redman



Mattox
McPherson
Melvin
"Miller
Peaden
Poole
Reynolds
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Rude
Sackett
Savage



Richmond
Robinson, J. W.
Ryals
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, P.
Tittle
Turlington
Whitson



Sessums
Thomas, J. C.
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Webb
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Representatives Hartnett, Martinez, Mixson, Price, and
Tucker were recorded as voting Yea, Representatives McDonald
and Tolton were recorded as voting Nay, and Representative
Sessums changed his vote from Nay to Yea.

Under Rule 5.1, Representative Nuckolls abstained from vot-
ing.

So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the
Senate.


THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and the
House reverted to the order of-


Messages from the Senate

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has refused to concur in House Amendment to-



December 1, 1972








JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



By Senators de la Parte and Williams-
SB 8-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public
schools; providing a supplemental appropriation for the state's
portion of the 1972-73 minimum foundation program K-12;
providing an effective date.
House Amendment 1-On page 1, line 11, insert: Section 1.
Statement of Intent.-It was the intent of the legislature dur-
ing the last session to fully fund the minimum foundation pro-
gram and to continue to equalize educational funding and the
move toward equality of assessment levels. Since certain facts
were not known at the time of the last regular session this
above legislative intent was not fully achieved and the changes
in the 1972 appropriations act in section 2 is necessary to fully
meet this continuing legislative intent.
(Renumber subsequent sections.)
-and requests the House to recede therefrom.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

On motion by Mr. Harris, the House reconsidered the vote
by which SB 8-A passed, as amended, and the bill was placed
on third reading.

Mr. Harris moved that the House reconsider the vote by
which House Amendment 1 was adopted, which was agreed to.

The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment.
Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Harris offered the following substitute amend"
ment:
Substitute Amendment 1-On page 1, line 11, insert: Section
1. Statement of Intent.-It was the intent of the legislature
during the last session to fully fund the minimum foundation
program and to continue to equalize educational funding and
the move toward equality of assessment levels. Since certain
facts were not known at the time of the last regular session
this above legislative intent was not fully achieved and the
changes in section 2 of this act are necessary to fully meet
this continuing legislative intent.

Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the substitute amendment,
which was adopted by two-thirds vote.



The question recurred
amended. The vote was:



Yeas-115
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel,



Fontana
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley



on the passage of SB 8-A, as further



Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish



Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Nays-1
Robinson, A. S.

Representative Forbes was recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed as amended and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate, after engrossment.

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed-

By Senator Myers and others-
SB 24-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the ju-
diciary; providing for supplementary services of court report-
ers; providing for a supplementary appropriation; and pro-
viding for an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

SB 24-A, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and, on motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were
waived and the bill was placed on the Special Order Calendar.

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed as amended-

By Senator Myers and others-
SB 25-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state attor-
neys and public defenders; amending subsection 27.34 (1) to
provide for municipal and county supplemental funding of staff
salaries and related costs for prosecution in the county courts;
amending subsection 27.34 (2) to require counties to provide
certain services due to combining prosecutorial functions; pro-
viding a supplemental appropriation to state attorneys for
funding criminal intake and juvenile prosecution; providing for
a supplemental appropriation to public defenders for funding
the defense of insolvent persons charged with misdemeanors
or violations of municipal or county ordinances in the county
courts; providing that these supplemental appropriations may
not be used to increase the salaries of existing full time posi-
tions; and providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

SB 25-A, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Rules & Cal-
endar.


The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has refused to recede from Senate amendment to-

By the Committee on Appropriations and Representative
Hodes and others-
CS for HB 16-A--A bill to be entitled An act relating to the
department of pollution control; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.



Senate amendment-On page 1, line 16, after the words "sum
of" strike remainder of bill and insert: six hundred thousand
dollars ($600,000) for the following purposes:



December 1, 1972









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



(1) Assisting local governmental agencies and regional plan-
ning agencies, established pursuant to Chapter 160, Florida
Statutes, in the preparation, submission, and processing of ap-
plications for federal and state financial assistance for the
development of sewage treatment facilities, furtherance of basin
planning, grant and loan administration, and
(2) Assisting local governmental agencies in the planning
and design of sewage treatment facilities, and the development
of financing plans therefore, technical assistance to local gov-
ernments.
(3) Develop and assist in the development of river basin
plans; and
(4) Administer federal and state grant and loan programs
for the planning, design, and construction of sewage treatment
facilities.
Section 2. This act shall take effect immediately upon be-
coming a law.
-and again requests the House to concur.

Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

Mr. Spicola moved that the House refuse to concur in the
Senate amendment to CS for HB 16-A and again request the
Senate to recede therefrom. Pending consideration thereof-

Mr. Whitson offered a substitute motion that the House re-
consider the vote by which the House had refused to concur
in the Senate amendment. Pending consideration thereof-



On motion by Mr. Tillman,
on the table. The vote was:



Dyer
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Hutto



Harllee
Hazelton
James
Kiser
Langley
Lewis
Matthews
McDonald
Moudry
Nergard



the substitute motion was laid



Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kutun
Libertore
Lockward
Malloy
Martinez
Mattox
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Nelson
Ogden
Papy
Randell
Redman



Nuckolls
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Reynolds
Richmond
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.



Ryals
Sackett
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Williams





Rude
Savage
Thomas, J. C.
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Whitson
Williamson
Wilson
Young



Representative Rish was recorded as voting Yea.

The question recurred on the motion by Mr. Spicola to re-
fuse to concur in the Senate amendment and again request
the Senate to recede therefrom, which was agreed to. The
action, together with CS for HB 16-A and Senate amendment
thereto, was certified to the Senate.



The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed-HB 28-A.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

The bill, contained in the above message, was ordered en-
rolled.


Continuation of Consideration of the Special Order

Consideration of HB 42-A was temporarily deferred.

SB 24-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the judi-
ciary; providing for supplementary services of court report-
ers; providing for a supplementary appropriation; and pro-
viding for an effective date.
-was taken up. On motions by Mr. Redman, the rules were
waived and SB 24 was read the second time by title and the
third time by title. On passage, the vote was:



Yeas-102
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel

Nays-14
Birchfield
Crabtree
Crenshaw
Dixon



Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Haben
Hagan
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward


Fortune
Fulford
Grosse
Hair



MacKay Ryals
Malloy Sackett
Martinez Savage
Matthews Shreve
Mattox Singleton, C. A.
McPherson Singleton, M. L.
Miller Smith
Mixson Snowden
Mooney Spicola
Moudry Steinberg
Nelson Thomas, J. C.
Nergard Thomas, P.
Nuckolls Tillman
Papy Tittle
Peaden Tobiassen
Poole Tolton
Poorbaugh Tucker
Price Turlington
Randell Webb
Redman Whitson
Reynolds Williams
Richmond Williamson
Rish Wilson
Robinson, A. S. Young
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.


Harllee Rude
Johnson Tubbs
McDonald
Melvin



So the bill passed and was immediately certified to the Sen-
ate.

Recess

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the House stood in informal recess
at 11:00 a.m. to reconvene upon call of the Speaker.

Reconvene

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:47 a.m.

A quorum was present.

Continuation of Consideration of the Special Order

HB 42-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state attor-
neys; amending subsections 27.34(1) and 27.34(2), Florida Stat-



Yeas-74
The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crenshaw
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin

Nays-39
Avon
Bass
Becker
Clark, David
Crabtree
Crane
Culbreath
Earle
Easley
Fechtel



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utes; providing appropriations for all criminal intake and ju-
venile prosecutions; providing an effective date; providing an
expiration date.
-was taken up and read the second time by title.

Representative Grizzle offered the following amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 30, strike all after the period
and all of line 31.
Mrs. Grizzle moved the adoption of the amendment, which
was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Harris, the rules were waived and HB
42-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On passage,
the vote was:



Yeas-81
The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Cunningham
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Fechtel

Nays-33
Avon
Bass
Boyd
Clem
Crabtree
Crenshaw
Dixon
Easley
Fortune



Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hutto
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun


Fulford
Hair
Hodes
Hodges
James
Johnson
Lewis
McDonald
Melvin



Langley
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McPherson
'Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Papy
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman



Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, P.
Tittle
Tucker
Whitson
Williams
Wilson
Young



Ogden Tillman
Peaden Tobiassen
Poole Tolton
Robinson, A. S. Tubbs
Robinson, G. C. Webb
Robinson, J. W. Williamson
Rude
Sackett
Thomas, J. C.



Representatives Danahay, Holloway, and Turlington were re-
corded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate after engrossment.


Conference Committee Report on HB 1-A

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the House took up-
HB 1-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital pun-
ishment, amending section 782.04, Florida Statutes, to specify
and redefine the crimes constituting murder; providing for re-
classification as certain degrees of felony; amending chapter 782,
Florida Statutes, by adding section 782.011; providing defini-
tions; amending subsection (1) of section 775.081, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for a life felony; amending section 775.082,
Florida Statutes, to provide punishment for capital and life
felonies; amending section 921.141, Florida Statutes, as amended
by chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, providing procedures for a
separate proceeding to determine sentence in capital cases; pro-
viding for sentence of life imprisonment if capital punishment
is ruled unconstitutional; amending section 790.16, Florida Stat-
utes, providing for new penalties for throwing or discharging
bombs or discharging machine guns in public places and for the
commission of air piracy; repealing subsections (3) and (4) of
section 790.16, Florida Statutes, relating to recommendation of
mercy and judicial discretion in sentencing; amending section



790.161, Florida Statutes; providing new penalties for throwing,
placing, or discharging any destructive device, depending on
degree of harm inflicted; amending section 794.01, Florida Stat-
utes; providing new penalties for crimes of rape; amending
section 805.02, Florida Statutes; providing that kidnapping for
ransom shall be a life felony; providing a severability clause;
providing an effective date.
-with the following Report of the Conference Committee:



The Honorable Mallory E. Home
President of the Senate



December 1, 1972



The Honorable Terrell Sessums
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sirs:
Your conference committee on the disagreeing votes of the
two houses on House Bill 1-A, same being:
An act relating to capital punishment;
having met, and after full and free conference, do recommend
to their respective Houses as follows:
1. That the Senate recede from Senate Amendments Nos. 1
and 4.
2. That the House of Representatives and Senate adopt Con-
ference Committee Amendments Nos. 1 and 2, attached
hereto, and by reference made a part of this report.



Dempsey J. Barron
Louis de la Parte, Jr.
Kenneth M. Myers
Kenneth Plante
Tom Johnson
W. D. Childers
Bruce Smathers
Managers on the part of
the Senate



Jeff D. Gautier
Jack Shreve
Elvin L. Martinez
Robert M. Johnson
John J. Savage
William J. Rish
R. Ed Blackburn, Jr.
Managers on the part of the
House of Representatives



Conference Committee Amendment 1-Strike everything after
the enacting clause and insert:
Section 1. Subsection (1) of section 775.081, Florida Stat-
utes, is amended to read:
775.081 Classifications of felonies and misdemeanors.-
(1) Felonies are classified, for the purpose of sentence and
for any other purpose specifically provided by statute, into the
following categories:
(a) Capital felony;
(b) Life felony;
4 (c) Felony of the first degree;
4- (d) Felony of the second degree; and
44. (e) Felony of the third degree.
A capital felony and a life felony must be so designated by
statute. -A nen-eapital fel oey Other felonies are of the particu-
lar degree designated by statute. Any crime declared by statute
to be a felony without specification of degree is of the third
degree, except that this provision shall not affect felonies
punishable by life imprisonment for the first offense.
COMMENT: Provides a new category of felony to serve as
an additional deterrent to those crimes, while not classified
capital, are especially serious in nature.
Section 2. Section 775.082, Florida Statutes, as amended by
chapter 72-118, Laws of Florida, is amended to read:
775.082 Penalties for felonies and misdemeanors.-
(1) A person who has been convicted of a capital felony shall
be punished by life imprisonment and shall be required to serve
no less than twenty-five (25) calendar years before becoming
eligible for parole unless the proceeding held to determine sen-
tence according to the procedure set forth in section 921.141
results in findings by the court that such person shall be
punished by death, and in the latter event such person shall be
punished by death. n-lees the te veidiet i hiudes a-ee mm nd aio
to ee4e y a f wey e y te +y if whiel ease the puioRs-



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Bea-t sh4H be li4e i4mpionent A defendant feeod guity by
the eetA e4 a eepita4 felony e& a plea 4 guilty ee when a Jey
is waived shall be sentenced to death ee ie impricenment i4
the disere4tien 4 the eosst
(2) In the event the death penalty in a capital felony is held
to be unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court or the
United States Supreme Court, a person who hae been convicted
of a capital felony shall be punished by life imprisonment
as provided in subsection (1).
(3) In the event the death penalty in a capital felony is held
to be unconstitutional by the Florida Supreme Court or the
United States Supreme Court, the court having jurisdiction over
a person previously sentenced to death for a capital felony shall
cause such person to be brought before the court, and the court
shall sentence such person to life imprisonment as provided in
subsection (1) with nee eligibility fee parole.
(4) A person who has been convicted of any other designated
felony may be punished as follows:
(a) For a life felony, by a term of imprisonment in the state
prison for life, or for a term of years not less than thirty;
fa-)- (b) For a felony of the first degree, by a term of im-
prisonment in the state prison pe itentiaey not exceeding thirty
(30) years or, when specifically provided by statute, by im-
prisonment in the state prison penitentiary for a term of years
not exceeding life imprisonment;
444) (c) For a felony of the second degree, by a term of im-
prisonment in the state prison poe ten iae not exceeding fifteen
(15) years;
(ea) (d) For a felony of the third degree, by a term of im-
prisonment in the state prison penitentiary not exceeding five
(5) years.
(5) A person who has been convicted of a designated misde-
meanor may be sentenced as follows:
(a) For a misdemeanor of the first degree, by a definite
term of imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding one (1)
year;
(b) For a misdemeanor of the second degree, by a definite
term of imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding sixty
(60) days.
(6) Nothing in this section shall be construed to alter the
operation of any statute of this state authorizing a trial court,
in its discretion, to impose a sentence of imprisonment for an
indeterminate period within minimum and maximum limits as
provided by law-, except as provided in subsection (1).
COMMENT: Subsection (1) provides two alternate sen-
tences for capital crimes which will be mandatory accord-
ing to the findings of fact made in a separate sentencing
proceeding. A distinction between life imprisonment under
subsection (1) and that contemplated under subsection
(4) (a), relating to life felonies should be noted. In the
former case, there is a minimum period to be served on a
life sentence before eligibility for parole. In the latter,
there is no such minimum but only a minimum term of
years which must be imposed if life imprisonment is not
the sentence. There is no minimum sentence for felonies of
the first degree. Thus, each category contemplates a de-
scending degree of severity according to the classification
of the crime.
Section 3. Section 782.04, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
782.04 Murder.-
(1) (a) The unlawful killing of a human being, when perpe-
trated from a premeditated design to effect the death of the
person killed or any human being, or when committed by a per-
son engaged in the perpetration of or in the attempt to perpe-
trate any arson, rape, robbery, burglary, abominable and 4e-
testable eelie against aeee, e kidnapping, aircraft piracy,
or unlawful throwing, placing or discharging of a destructive
device or bomb, or which resulted from the unlawful distribu-



tion of heroin by a person over the age of seventeen (17) years
when such drug is proven to be the proximate cause of the
death of the user shall be murder in the first degree and shall
constitute a capital felony, punishable as provided in 775.082.



(b) In all cases under this section the procedure set forth
in section 921.141 shall be followed in order to determine sen-
tence of death or life imprisonment.
(2) When perpetrated by any act imminently dangerous to
another, and evincing a depraved mind regardless of human
life, although without any premeditated design to effect the
death of any particular individual or when committed in the
perpetration of or in the attempt to perpetrate any arson, rape,
robbery, burglary, kidnapping, aircraft piracy, or unlawful
throwing, placing or discharging of a destructive device or
bomb, except as provided in subsection (1), it shall be murder
in the second degree and shall constitute a felony of the first
degree, punishable es provided in 7758, 7-5.08, e 7.08
by imprisonment in the state prison for life, or for such term
of years as may be determined by the court.
(3) When perpetrated without any design to effect death, by
a person engaged in the ee.mmssion e4 perpetration of or in the
attempt to perpetrate any felony, other than arson, rape, rob-
bery, burglary, the abominable end detestable crime against
natnuree kidnapping, aircraft piracy, or unlawful throwing,
placing or discharging of a destructive device or bomb, it shall
be murder in the third degree and shall constitute a felony of
the second degree, punishable as provided in section 775.082,
section 775.083, or section 775.084.
Section 4. Section 779.07, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
779.07 Intentional injury to or interference with property.-
Whoever intentionally destroys, impairs, injures, interferes or
tampers with real or personal property and such act hinders,
delays or interferes with the preparation of the United States
or of any country with which the United States shall then
maintain friendly relations, or of any of the states for defense
or for war, or with the prosecution of war by the United States,
is sha-l be guilty of a life capital felony, punishable as provided
in 775.082. prvsided e if s e perione ee tso with the intent to
hinder t deley er interfere with the pLepaatie*n e4 the United
States or e4 any eeantry with whieh the U*4ted States shall
theft maintain 4-ieindly reltieneo ep e4 any e4 the states fo?
defense or ep war orF with the preseeutien e4 war by the
United States, the minimum punishment shall be in the state
pri or notlet less than ene yean
Section 5. Section 790.16, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
790.16 Throwing bombs; discharging machine guns; penal-
ty.-
(1) It is unlawful for any person to throw any bomb or to
shoot or discharge any machine guns upon, across or along any
road, street or highway in the state, or upon or across any
public park in the state, or in, upon or across any public place
where people are accustomed to assemble in the state. The
casting of such bomb or the discharge of such machine gun in,
upon or across such public street, or in, upon or across such
public park, or in, upon or across such public place, whether
indoors or outdoors, including all theatres and athletic stadiums,
with intent to do bodily harm to any person or with intent to
do damage to the property e4 any person, not resulting in the
death of another person, shall be a eapital felony of the first
degree, punishable as provided in section 775.082. A sentence
not exceeding life imprisonment is specifically authorized where
great bodily harm to another or serious disruption of govern-
mental operations results.
(2) This section shall not apply to the use of such bombs or
machine guns by any United States or state militia, or by any
sheriffs, depewty eheriffo, marohe eeHaetotaflees ebie e4 police or
pelee law enforcement officer while in the discharge of their
lawful duty in supressing riots and disorderly conduct, and in
preserving and protecting the public peace or in the preserva-
tion of public property, or where said use shall be authorized by
law.
4.4. \A acoricty n4 the u*oers nt en eai ene may in their
dieeretioe recommend the defendant to the mnerey e4 the eeoat
y .whieh event the penalty sh a all bC ehged 'from death to life

4(-44 fhe cireit judge before whom said eanse shall be tried
shosid he deem the seirenastaeese neder whih etid effenee was



eeomit ted e4 satek nature and eheaster as to j+ uti.y elemenecy,
may, in h4is diseetion., change the penalty from death toe Hi-
pmisoament in the penitentiary eo life.



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COMMENT: This provision provides rational alternatives
in sentencing compatible with existing law, depending on
the degree of harm done. It is intended that where a homi-
cide results that such offense be prosecuted under section
782.04, F.S. Deletion of subsections (3) and (4) is required to
remove jury discretion to recommend mercy and judicial
discretion to lower the sentence. These provisions are un-
necessary as the most serious offense under this section is
now classified as a felony of the first degree, with specific
authorization of a term of imprisonment not exceeding life
imprisonment in certain cases.
Section 6. Section 790.161, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
790.161 Throwing, placing or discharging any destructive de-
vice or attempt so to do, felony; penalties.-It is unlawful for
any person to throw, place, discharge or attempt to discharge
any destructive device, as defined herein, with intent to do
bodily harm to any person or with intent to do damage to the
property o4 ey peseen, and any person convicted thereof shall
be guilty of a felony and punished in the following manner:
(1) When such action, or attempt at such action, results in
the death of the pepsei intended e a y another person, the
person so convicted shall be guilty of a eepi4tel life felony,
punishable as provided in section 775.082.
(2) When such action, or attempt at such action, results not
in the death of any person, but does result in personal injury
to a person or in damage to the property e4 aeay pesoa, the
person so convicted shall be guilty of a felony of the first de-
gree, punishable as provided in sections 775.082, 775.083 or 775.-
084. A sentence not exceeding life imprisonment is specifically
authorized where great bodily harm to another or serious dis-
ruption of governmental operations results.
Section 7. Section 794.01, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
794.01 Rape and forcible carnal knowledge; penalty.-
(1) Whoever of the age of seventeen years or older un-
lawfully ravishes or carnally knows a child under the age of
eleven, is guilty of a capital felony, punishable as provided in
775.082.
(2) Whoever ravishes or a-d carnally knows a person fevhale
of the age of eleven ten years or more, by force and against
his or her will, or unlawfully and e* carnally knows and abuses
a 4emetle child under the age of eleven tei years, shall be guilty
of a life epital felony, punishable as provided in 775.082.
(3) It shall not be necessary to prove the actual emission of
seed, but the crime shall be deemed complete upon proof of
penetration only.
Section 8. Section 805.02, Florida Statutes, is amended to
read:
805.02 Kidnaping for ransom.-Whoever, without lawful au-
thority, forcibly or secretly confines, imprisons, inveigles or
kidnaps any person, with intent to hold such person for a ran-
som to be paid for the release of such person, or any person,
or any person who aids, abets or in any manner assists such
person in the confining, imprisoning, inveigling or kidnapping
of such person, shall be guilty of kidnapping a person, which
constitutes a eapitft life felony, punishable as provided in sec-
tion 775.082.
COMMENT: This section reduces kidnapping for ransom to
a life felony, in accordance with the express general policy
of taking a life only when a life is taken.
Section 9. Section 921.141, Florida Statutes, as amended by
chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, is amended to read:
(Substantial rewording of section. See section 921.141, F. S.,
as amended by chapter 72-72, Laws of Florida, for present
text.)
921.141 Sentence of death or life imprisonment for capital
felonies; further proceedings to determine sentence.-



(1) Upon conviction or adjudication of guilt of a defendant of
a capital felony the court shall conduct a separate sentencing
proceeding to determine whether the defendant should be sen-
tenced to death or life imprisonment as authorized by section
775.082. The proceeding shall be conducted by the trial judge
before the trial jury as soon as practicable. If the trial jury



IE



(e) The capital felony was committed for the purpose of
avoiding or preventing a lawful arrest or effecting an escape
from custody;
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3 OF REPRESENTATIVES December 1, 1972

has been waived or if the defendant pleaded guilty, the sen-
tencing proceeding shall be conducted before a jury empaneled
for that purpose unless waived by the defendant. In the pro-
ceeding, evidence may be presented as to any matter that the
court deems relevant to sentence, and shall include matters re-
lating to any of the aggravating or mitigating circumstances
enumerated in subsections (6) and (7) of this section. Any such
evidence which the court deems to have probative value may be
received, regardless of its admissibility under the exclusionary
rules of evidence, provided that the defendant is accorded a
fair opportunity to rebut any hearsay statements; and further
provided that this subsection shall not be construed to au-
thorize the introduction of any evidence secured in violation of
the Constitution of the United States or of the State of Florida.
The state and the defendant or his counsel shall be permitted
to present argument for or against sentence of death.
(2) After hearing all the evidence, the jury shall deliberate
and render an advisory sentence to the court based upon the
following matters:
(a) Whether sufficient aggravating circumstances exist as
enumerated in subsection (6), and
(b) Whether sufficient mitigating circumstances exist as
enumerated in subsection (7), which outweigh aggravating
circumstances found to exist, and
(c) Based on these considerations whether the defendant
should be sentenced to life or death.
(3) Notwithstanding the recommendation of a majority of the
jury, the court after weighing the aggravating and mitigating
circumstances shall enter a sentence of life imprisonment or
death, but if the court imposes a sentence of death, it shall set
forth in writing its findings upon which the sentence of death
is based as to the facts:
(a) That sufficient aggravating circumstances exist as enu-
merated in subsection (6), and
(b) That there are insufficient mitigating circumstances, as
enumerated in subsection (7), to outweigh the aggravating
circumstances.
In each case in which the court imposes the death sentence,
the determination of the court shall be supported by specific
written findings of fact based upon the circumstances in sub-
sections (6) and (7) and based upon the records of the trial
and the sentencing proceedings.
(4) If the court does not make the findings requiring the
death sentence, the court shall impose sentence of life im-
prisonment in accordance with section 775.082.
(5) The judgment of conviction and sentence of death shall
be subject to automatic review by the Supreme Court of Florida
within sixty (60) days after certification by the sentencing
court of the entire record unless time is extended an additional
period not to exceed thirty (30) days by the Supreme Court for
good cause shown. Such review by the Supreme Court shall have
priority over all other cases, and shall be heard in accordance
with rules promulgated by the Supreme Court.
(6) Aggravating circumstances.-Aggravating circumstances
shall be limited to the following:
(a) The capital felony was committed by a person under
sentence of imprisonment;
(b) The defendant was previously convicted of another
capital felony or of a felony involving the use or threat of
violence to the person;
(c) The defendant knowingly created a great risk of death
to many persons;
(d) The capital felony was committed while the defendant
was engaged or was an accomplice in the commission of, or an
attempt to commit, or flight after committing or attempting to
commit any robbery, rape, arson, burglary, kidnapping, aircraft
piracy, or the unlawful throwing, placing or discharging of a
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(g) The capital felony was committed to disrupt or hinder
the lawful exercise of any governmental function or the en-
forcement of laws.
(h) The capital felony was especially heinous, atrocious or
cruel.
(7) Mitigating circumstances.-Mitigating circumstances shall
be the following:
(a) The defendant has no significant history of prior crim-
inal activity;
(b) The capital felony was committed while the defendant
was under the influence of extreme mental or emotional dis-
turbance;
(c) The victim was a participant in the defendant's conduct
or consented to the act;
(d) The defendant was an accomplice in the capital felony
committed by another person and his participation was rela-
tively minor;
(e) The defendant acted under extreme duress or under the
substantial domination of another person;
(f) The capacity of the defendant to appreciate the crimi-
nality of his conduct or to conform his conduct to the require-
ments of law was substantially impaired;
(g) The age of the defendant at the time of the crime.
Section 10, It is declared to be the legislative intent that if
any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, provision
or word of this act is held to be invalid, the remainder of the
act shall not be affected.
Section 11. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law.

Conference Committee Amendment 2-Strike entire title and
insert:
An act relating to capital punishment; amending 775.081(1),
Florida Statutes, providing for a life felony; amending 775.-
082, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 72-118, Laws of
Florida, to provide punishment for capital and life felonies;
amending 782.04, Florida Statutes, to specify the crimes con-
stituting murder and the penalties; amending 779.07, Florida
Statutes, to make intentional injury to property a life felony;
amending 790.16, Florida Statutes, providing for new penal-
ties for throwing or discharging bombs or discharging machine
guns in public places; repealing subsections (3) and (4) of
790.16, Florida Statutes, relating to recommendation of mercy
and judicial discretion in sentencing; amending 790.161, Florida
Statutes; providing new penalties for throwing, placing, or dis-
charging any destructive device, depending on degree of harm
inflicted; amending 794.01, Florida Statutes, providing new
penalties for crimes of rape; amending 805.02, Florida Stat-
utes, providing that kidnapping for ransom shall be a life fel-
ony; amending 921.141, Florida Statutes, as amended by chap-
ter 72-72, Laws of Florida, providing a separate proceeding to
determine sentence in capital cases; providing a severability
clause; providing an effective date.


THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR

Mr. Gautier moved that the House accept the Report of the
Conference Committee in its entirety. Pending consideration
thereof-

On motion by Mr. Redman, the rules were waived and debate
was limited to three minutes per person.

THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

The question recurred on the motion to accept the Report
of the Conference Committee in its entirety, which was agreed
to. The vote was:

Yeas-114



The Chair Avon Baumgartner Birchfield
Andrews Bass Becker Blackburn



Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier

Nays-4
Cherry



Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay


James



Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish
Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Robinson, J. W.


Poole



Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
Wilson
Young




Tubbs



Representative Rude changed his vote from Yea to Nay.

Explanations of Vote on Adoption of the Conference Committee
Report on HB 1-A

I am committed to re-establishing the death penalty in the
State of Florida. I voted "No" on the conference committee
report since I believe this has not been properly performed
and we, in fact, do not have a real death penalty under pro-
posed legislation. However, if it is the will of the House that
said report be approved, I intend to vote "Yes" on final
passage.
Representative William G. James

I voted negative on the Capital Punishment Conference Com-
mittee report for the following reasons:
1. I do not feel that this legislation overcomes the objec-
tions raised by the nine Justices of the U. S. Supreme Court.
2. In the unlikely event that the U. S. Supreme Court finds
this legislation constitutional, I have serious doubts that the
death penalty will be utilized by the courts of Florida.
As I favor the death penalty and as I favor the three judge
tribunal concept for sentencing, I cannot in good conscience vote
for this bill.
Representative F. Eugene Tubbs

The question recurred on the passage of HB 1-A, as amended
by the Conference Committee Report. The vote was:

Yeas-116
The Chair Conway Forbes Hartnett
Andrews Crabtree Fortune Hazelton
Avon Craig Foster Hector
Bass Crane Fulford Hodes
Baumgartner Crenshaw Gautier Hodges
Becker Culbreath Gibson Holloway
Birchfield Cunningham Gordon Hutto
Blackburn Danahy Gorman James
Boyd Dixon Grizzle Johnson
Brown Dubbin Grosse Jones
Carlucci Dyer Haben Kershaw
Clark, David Earle Hagan Kiser
Clark, J. R. Easley Hair Kutun
Clem Fechtel Harllee Langley
Cohen Fontana Harris Lewis



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Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry

Nays-2
Cherry



Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish



Robinson, A. S. Thomas, J. C.
Robinson, G. C. Thomas. P.
Robinson, J. W. Tillman
Rude Tittle
Ryals Tobiassen
Sackett Tolton
Savage Tucker
Shreve Turlington
Singleton, C. A. Webb
Singleton, M. L. Whitson
Smith Williams
Snowden Williamson
Spicola Wilson
Steinberg Young



Tubbs



So the bill passed, as amended by the Conference Committee
Report. The action of the House, together with HB 1-A and
Conference Committee Report thereon, was certified to the
Senate.


On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and the
House advanced to the order of Introduction and Reference for
the purpose of introducing HB 43-A.


Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Gautier, Avon, Bass, and Rude-
HB 43-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to aircraft
piracy; providing for the crime of aircraft piracy; providing
penalties; providing an effective date.
-was placed temporarily in the Committee on Rules &
Calendar for recommendation, the Speaker having ruled the
measure was outside the purview of the Call.

On motions by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and HB
43-A was withdrawn from the Committee on Rules & Calendar
and admitted for introduction by the required Constitutional
two-thirds vote.

The bill was read the first time by title and taken up, by
waiver of the rule.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and
HB 43-A was read the second time by title.

Representatives Tittle, Tucker, and Dubbin offered the fol-
lowing amendment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 12, after the word "aircraft"
insert: containing a non-consenting person or persons
Mr. Tittle moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Gautier, the rules were waived and
HB 43-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On
passage, the vote was:

Yeas-117



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.



Clem
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle



Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben



Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hector
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw



Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson



Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Ogden
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Poorbaugh
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Richmond
Rish



Robinson, A. S. Tillman
Robinison, G. C. Tittle
Robinson, J. W. Tobiassen
Rude Tolton
Ryals Tubbs
Sackett Tucker
Savage Turlington
Shreve Webb
Singleton, C. A. Whitson
Singleton, M. L. Williams
Smith Williamson
Snowden Wilson
Spicola Young
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.



Nays-1
Harris

Representative Cherry changed her vote from Yea to Nay.

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate, after engrossment.

On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and the
House reverted to the order of Messages from the Senate for
the purpose of taking up CS for HB 16-A, SB 15-A, and HB
42-A.


Messages from the Senate

Reconsideration

Mr. Spicola moved that the House reconsider the vote by
which the House refused to concur in the Senate amendment
to-

By the Committee on Appropriations and Representative
Hodes and others-
CS for HB 16-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the
department of pollution control; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.
-which amendment reads as follows:

Senate Amendment-On page 1, line 16, after the words "sum
of" strike remainder of bill and insert: six hundred thousand
dollars ($600,000) for the following purposes:
(1) Assisting local governmental agencies and regional plan-
ning agencies, established pursuant to Chapter 160, Florida
Statutes, in the preparation, submission, and processing of ap-
plications for federal and state financial assistance for the
development of sewage treatment facilities, furtherance of
basin planning, grant and loan administration, and
(2) Assisting local governmental agencies in the planning
and design of sewage treatment facilities, and the development
of financing plans therefore, technical assistance to local gov-
ernments.
(3) Develop and assist in the development of river basin
plans; and
(4) Administer federal and state grant and loan programs
for the planning, design, and construction of sewage treatment
facilities.
Section 2. This act shall take effect immediately upon be-
coming a law.

MR. GAUTIER IN THE CHAIR

Mr. Ogden moved that the motion to reconsider be laid on
the table, which was not agreed to.

The question recurred on the motion to reconsider the vote
by which the House refused to concur in the Senate amendment,
which was agreed to. The vote was:



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Yeas-69
The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Becker
Blackburn
Brown
Cherry
Clark, David
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dubbin
Earle
Fechtel

Nays-42
Avon
Bass
Birchfield
Boyd
Carlucci
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Crabtree
Crenshaw
Dixon
Dyer



Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Fulford
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Haben
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hodes
Hodges
James
Kershaw
Kutun


Easley
Fortune
Grosse
Hagan
Hair
Hutto
Johnson
Jones
Kiser
Libertore
Matthews



Langley
Lewis
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
McDonald
Melvin
Miller
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Poorbaugh
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Robinson, A. S.


Mattox
Nuckolls
Ogden
Peaden
Poole
Price
Richmond
Rish
Robinson G. C.
Rude
Savage



On motion by Mr. Spicola, the House reconsidered the vote
by which CS for HB 16-A passed and the bill was placed on
third reading. On motion by Mr. Spicola, the House reconsidered
the vote by which CS for HB 16-A was read the third time and
the bill was placed on second reading. The vote was:



Fontana
Forbes
Foster
Fulford
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Haben
Harllee
Hazelton
Hodes
Hodges
James
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Lewis



Dyer
Easley
Fortune
Grosse
Hagan
Hair
Hutto
Johnson
Jones
Langley



Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
McDonald
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Poorbaugh
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Ryals
Sackett



Libertore
Matthews
Mattox
Nuckolls
Ogden
Peaden
Poole
Price
Richmond
Rish



Savage
Sessums
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, P.
Tittle
Tolton
Tucker
Webb
Whitson
Wilson
Young




Robinson, A. S.
Robinson, G. C.
Rude
Smith
Thomas, J. C.
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Williams
Williamson



Representatives Holloway and McPherson were recorded as
voting Yea and Representative Tillman was recorded as voting
Nay.

Representative Spicola offered the following amendment to
the Senate amendment:
Amendment 1 to the Senate amendment: Strike "six hundred
thousand dollars ($600,000)" and the remainder of the amend-



Ryals
Sackett
Sessums
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Tittle
Tolton
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Whitson
Young





Singleton, M. L.
Smith
Thomas, J. C.
Tillman
Tobiassen
Tubbs
Williams
Williamson
Wilson



(1)
(m)
(n)

(P)


(q)
(r)
(s)
(t)
Section
coming a



5 Environmental Planner II 36,720
6 Environmental Planner I 40,824
1 Professional Engineer III 8,004
1 Professional Engineer II 7,334
4 Research Assistant 20,784
6 Clerk Typist III 15,084
3 Regional Director 26,136
3 Pollution Control Consultant 22,032
3 Clerk Typist III 7,542
2. This act shall take effect immediately upon be-
law.



Mr. Spicola moved the adoption of the amendment to the
Senate amendment. Pending consideration thereof-

Representative Whitson offered the following amendment to
the amendment to the Senate amendment:
Amendment 1 to Amendment 1 to Senate Amendment: On page
1, renumber Section 2 as Section 3 and insert the following
new Section 2: Section 2. If qualified persons cannot be found
by the department to immediately fill the positions necessary
to effectuate the purposes of this act, the department shall
expend the funds herein appropriated for grants or loans to
local governments for such purposes. In this event the depart-
ment may also use such funds to employ part-time employees
or contract with consultants to effectuate such purposes.

Mr. Whitson moved the adoption of the amendment to the
amendment, which was adopted.

The question recurred on the adoption of the amendment to
the Senate amendment, as amended, which was adopted.

On motion by Mr. Spicola, the House concurred in the Senate
amendment, as amended.



ment and insert: six hundred twelve thousand six hundred sev-
enteen dollars ($612,617) for the following purposes:
(1) Assisting local governmental agencies and regional plan-
ning agencies, established pursuant to Chapter 160, Florida
Statutes, in the preparation, submission, and processing of ap-
plications for federal and state financial assistance for the de-
velopment of sewage treatment facilities, furtherance of basin
planning, grant and loan administration, and
(2) Assisting local governmental agencies in the planning
and design of sewage treatment facilities, and the develop-
ment of financing plans therefore, technical assistance to local
governments.
(3) Develop and assist in the development of river basin
plans; and
(4) Administer federal and state grant and loan programs
for the planning, design, and construction of sewage treatment
facilities.
(5) Specifically:
(a) 1 Program System Specialist $ 9,426
(b) 1 Deputy Executive Director 13,500
(c) 1 Bureau Chief 8,712
(d) 1 Accountant III 4,854
(e) 1 Accountant II 4,578
(f) 1 Accountant I 4,098
(g) 5 Engineer IV 34,020
(h) 2 Secretary III 5,554
(i) 5 Clerk Typist III 12,570
(j) 1 Attorney III 7,344
(k) 1 Attorney II 5,946



Yeas-70
The Chair
Andrews
Baumgartner
Becker
Blackburn
Brown
Cherry
Clark, David
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dubbin
Earle
Fechtel

Nays-39
Avon
Bass
Birchfield
Boyd
Carlucci
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Crabtree
Crenshaw
Dixon



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The absence of a quorum was suggested. A quorum of 112
Members was present.


THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR



On motion by Mr. Spicola, the rules were
HB 16-A, as amended, was read the third
vote was:



Yeas-97
The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Cherry
Clark, David
Cohen
Conway
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Forbes

Nays-18
Birchfield
Carlucci
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Crabtree



Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis


Crenshaw
Dixon
Fortune
Hair
Jones



Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Martinez
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Papy
Peaden
Poole
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Rish
Robinson, A. S
Robinson, G. (
Robinson, J. V



Matthews
Mattox
Ogden
Richmond
Sackett



The question recurred on the passage of
as further amended. The vote was:

Yeas-102



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Blackburn
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Cohen
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana

Nays-14
Birchfield
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Crenshaw



Forbes
Fortune
Foster
Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hodes
Hodges
Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis



Dixon
Hair
Harllee
Jones



Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
McDonald
McPherson
Melvin
Miller
Mixson
Mooney
Moudry
Nelson
Nergard
Nuckolls
Papy
Poole
Price
Randell
Redman
Reynolds
Rish
Robinson, A. S
Robinson, G. C
Robinson, J. W
Rude



Matthews
Mattox
Ogden
Peaden



waived and CS for
time by title. The



Rude
Ryals
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Whitson
Wilson
Young

V.


Smith
Williams
Williamson



CS for HB 16-A,



Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Shreve
Singleton, C. A.
Singleton, M. L.
Snowden
Spicola
Steinberg
Thomas, J. C.
Thomas, P.
Tillman
Tittle
Tobiassen
Tolton
Tubbs
Tucker
Turlington
Webb
Whitson
Williams
Williamson
. Wilson
. Young



Richmond
Smith



So the bill passed, as amended. The action of the House, to-
gether with CS for HB 16-A and amendments thereto, was im-
mediately certified to the Senate.

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by the
two-thirds vote and passed as amended-

By Senator Barron and others-
SB 15-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the first,
second, fifth and fourteenth judicial circuits; providing that
the clerk of the circuit court be the clerk of the county court
in each county of the first, second, fifth and fourteenth judicial
circuits; repealing chapter 72-456, Laws of Florida, and other
local laws, relating to county court clerks, insofar as it relates
to Santa Rosa, Walton, Holmes, Bay, Leon and Lake counties;
providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

SB 15-A, contained in the above message, was placed tem-
porarily in the Committee on Rules & Calendar for recommenda-
tion, the Speaker having ruled the measure was outside the
purview of the Call.

On motions by Mr. Hutto, the rules were waived and SB 15-A
was withdrawn from the Committee on Rules & Calendar and
admitted for introduction by the required Constitutional two-
thirds vote.

The bill was read the first time by title and taken up, by
waiver of the rule.

On motion by Mr. Hutto, the rules were waived and SB 15-A
was read the second time by title.

Representatives Rish and Hutto offered the following amend-
ment:
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 5 of Section 2, delete "and
Bay County"
Mr. Hutto moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

Representatives Rish and Hutto offered the following amend-
ment:
Amendment 2-In title, line 7, delete "Bay"
Mr. Hutto moved the adoption of the amendment, which was
adopted.

On motion by Mr. Hutto, the rules were waived and SB
15-A, as amended, was read the third time by title. On pas-
sage, the vote was:

Yeas-114



The Chair
Andrews
Avon
Bass
Baumgartner
Becker
Birchfield
Boyd
Brown
Carlucci
Cherry
Clark, David
Clark, J. R.
Clem
Cohen
Conway



Crabtree
Craig
Crane
Crenshaw
Culbreath
Cunningham
Danahy
Dixon
Dubbin
Dyer
Earle
Easley
Fechtel
Fontana
Fortune
Foster



Fulford
Gautier
Gibson
Gordon
Gorman
Grizzle
Grosse
Haben
Hagan
Hair
Harllee
Harris
Hartnett
Hazelton
Hodes
Hodges



Holloway
Hutto
James
Johnson
Jones
Kershaw
Kiser
Kutun
Langley
Lewis
Libertore
Lockward
MacKay
Malloy
Martinez
Matthews



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Mattox Peaden Sackett Tobiassen
McDonald Poole Savage Tolton
McPherson Price Shreve Tubbs
Melvin Randell Singleton, C. A. Tucker
Miller Redman Singleton, M. L. Turlington
Mixson Reynolds Smith Webb
Mooney Richmond Snowden Whitson
Moudry Rish Spicola Williams
Nelson Robinson, A. S. Steinberg Williamson
Nergard Robinson, G. C. Thomas, J. C. Wilson
Nuckolls Robinson, J. W. Thomas, P. Young
Ogden Rude Tillman
Papy Ryals Tittle

Nays-None

So the bill passed, as amended, and was immediately certi-
fied to the Senate, after engrossment.

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed with amendments-a

By the Select Committee on Appropriations-
HB 42-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state
attorneys; amending subsections 27.34(1) and 27.34(2), Florida
Statutes; providing appropriations for all criminal intake and
juvenile prosecutions; providing an effective date; providing
an expiration date.
Amendment 1-On page 1, line 24, strike "shall" and insert
"may"

Amendment 2-On page 4, line 9, strike "seven and three
quarter cents ($.0775)" and insert: fifteen cents (.15)
Amendment 3-On page 4, line 19, strike "or", insert a
period and: No such funds shall be used for
Amendment 4-On page 4, insert: Section 5-State Attorneys
shall keep detailed records of the additional services and case
loads created by revised Article V and an itemization of the cost
thereof, and copies of these records shall be filed monthly with
the auditor general.
And renumber subsequent section
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

On motions by Mr. Harris, the House concurred in Senate
Amendments 1, 3, and 4, and refused to concur in Senate
Amendment 2 and requested the Senate to recede therefrom.

The question recurred on the passage of HB 42-A, as amended
by Senate amendments. The vote was:

Yeas-94
The Chair Earle James Nergard
Andrews Easley Jones Nuckolls
Baumgartner Fechtel Kershaw Papy
Becker Fontana Kiser Poole
Birchfield Foster Kutun Price
Blackburn Gautier Langley Randell
Brown Gibson Lewis Redman
Carlucci Gordon Libertore Reynolds
Cherry Gorman Lockward Richmond
Clark, David Grizzle MacKay Rish
Clark, J.R. Grosse Malloy Robinson, A. S.
Cohen Haben Martinez Robinson, G. C.
Conway Hagan Matthews Robinson, J. W.
Craig Harllee Mattox Ryals
Crane Harris McPherson Sackett



Culbreath Hartnett Miller Savage
Cunningham Hazelton Mixson Shreve
Danahy Hodes Mooney Singleton, C. A.
Dubbin Holloway Moudry Singleton, M. L.
Dyer Hutto Nelson Smith



The bills, contained in the above message, were ordered en-
grossed.



55



December 1, 1972



Snowden Thomas, P. Turlington Wilson
Spicola Tittle Webb Young
Steinberg Tobiassen Whitson
Thomas, J. C. Tucker Williams

Nays-20
Avon Crenshaw Hodges Peaden
Bass Dixon Johnson Rude
Boyd Fortune McDonald Tillman
Clem Fulford Melvin Tolton
Crabtree Hair Ogden Williamson

Representative Tubbs was recorded as voting Yea.

So the bill passed, as amended by Senate amendments. The
action of the House, together with HB 42-A and amendments
thereto, was immediately certified to the Senate.

On motion by Mr. Crane, the rules were waived for consid-
eration of the following message:

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by
the required two-thirds vote and passed as amended-

By Senator Sayler and others-
SB 17-A-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the de-
partment of natural resources; providing an appropriation from
the general revenue fund for state capital projects for out-
door recreation lands; providing for repayment to the general
revenue fund; providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

SB 17-A, contained in the above message, was placed tem-
porarily in the Committee on Rules & Calendar for recom-
mendation, the Speaker having ruled the measure was outside
the purview of the Call.

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has accepted the Conference Committee Report as an
entirety and passed, as amended by Conference Committee Re-
port-HB 1-A.
Respectfully,
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

The bill, contained in the 'above message, was ordered en-
grossed.

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has concurred in House Amendment to Senate
Amendment 1 and passed as further amended-CS for HB
16-A.
-and has receded from Senate Amendment 2 and passed as
amended-HB 42-A.
Respectfully,
Elmer O. Friday, Secretary










56 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES December 1, 1972

The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker -have been incorporated and the bills herewith returned.
Sir: Allen Morris, Clerk
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that -and the bills were ordered immediately certified to the
the Senate has admitted for introduction and consideration by Senate.
the required two-thirds vote and passed-HB 43-A
---and has passed-HB 41-A Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to-
Respectfully, HB 1-A HB 42-A
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary CS for HB 16-A
-have been incorporated and the bills herewith returned.
The bills, contained in the above message, were ordered en-
rolled. Allen Morris, Clerk
-The Honorable Terrell Sessus, Speaker and the bills were ordered enrolled.
The Honorable Terrell Sessums, Speaker

Sine Die Adjournment
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the
Senate has concurred in House Amendments, and passed, as .
amendedSB 8-A and iSB 15-A Midnight having arrived, the term of this Special Session un-
der the Proclamation of the Governor expiring, the House stood
Respectfully, adjourned, sine die.
Elmer 0. Friday, Secretary

Committee Appointments
Recess
SELECT COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
On motion by Mr. Redman, at 1:59 p.m. the House stood in
recess until 11:59 p.m. The vote was: Democrats Republicans
Marshall S. Harris, Chairman
Yeas-79 James L. Redman, Vice-Chairman
George I. Baumgartner Robert M. Johnson
The Chair Dyer Jones Randell Bill Birchfield Eugene C. Mooney
Andrews Fontana Kershaw Redman William R. Conway Van B. Poole
Baumgartner Forbes Kutun Reynolds Paul W. Danahy, Jr.
Becker Fortune Lewis Rish Murray H. Dubbin
Birchfield Foster Libertore Robinson, G. C. Edmond M. Fortune
Blackburn Fulford MacKay Ryals Richard S. Hodes
Boyd Gautier Malloy Singleton, M. L. Kenneth H. MacKay
Carlucci Gordon Martinez Smith Carl Ogden
Cherry Grosse Mattox Spicola Guy Spicola
Clark, J. R. Haben McDonald Steinberg Fred Tittle
Clem Hair McPherson Thomas, P. Ralph D. Turlington
Cohen Harllee Melvin Tittle
Conway Harris Miller Tobiassen
Craig Hartnett Mixson Tolton SELECT COMMITTEE ON CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
Crenshaw Hazelton Moudry Tucker
Culbreath Hodes Nergard Turlington Democrats Republicans
Cunningham Hodges Nuckolls Webb Jeff D. Gautier, Chairman
Danahy Holloway Ogden Williamson Jack Shreve, Vice-Chairman
Dixon Hutto Papy Young Ed Blackburn, Jr. Donald F. Hazelton
Dubbin James Peaden Gwendolyn S. Cherry Robert M. Johnson
Joe Lang Kershaw John J. Savage
Nays-33 Elvin L. Martinez Jim K. Tillman
Carl Ogden
Avon Gorman Poole Thomas, J. C. William J. Rish
Bass Grizzle Price Tillman
Brown Hagan Richmond Tubbs
Clark, David Johnson Robinson, A. S. Whitson SELECT COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL
Crabtree Kiser Robinson, J. W. Williams PROTECTION
Earle Langley Rude Wilson .
Easley Lockward Sackett Democrats Republicans
Fechtel Matthews Savage Guy Spicola, Chairman
Gibson Mooney Snowden W. E. Fulford, Vice-Chairman
A. H. Craig Mary R. Grizzle
Murray H. Dubbin Jon C. Thomas
Engrossing Reports John R. Forbes Jim K. Tillman
Marshall S. Harris
Carl Ogden
Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to- Ted Randell
SB 8-A SB 15-A Jack Shreve
-have been examined and the bills herewith returned. SELECT COMMITTEE ON EQUAL RIGHTS
Allen Morris, Clerk Democrats Republicans



-and the bills with amendments, were ordered immediately Robert C. Hartnett, Chairman
certified to the Senate. John R. Forbes, Vice-Chairman
R. Ed Blackburn Jane W. Robinson
Your Engrossing Clerk reports amendments to- Gwendolyn S. Cherry Jim K. Tillman
Larry Libertore Tom Tobiassen
HB 42-A HB 43-A Tom McPherson









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STANDING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION JOINT LEGISLATIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Democrats Republicans Democrats Republicans
Democrats Republicans
John L. Ryals, Chairman
William J. Rish, Vice-Chairman
Dick Clark R. Earl Dixon Murray H. Dubbin Jim K. Tillman
Edmond M. Fortune John L. Ryals









JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13
From April 10, 1972 through November 20, 1972



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Berntson, Keith
Suite 409 Adams Building
Ft. Lauderdale 33306 ------ --

Bishop, H. Radford
606 Tallahassee Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 --- ------

Blincoe, Alan D.
112 Pasadena Place
Orlando 32803-------------

Carraway, Howard E.
1030 E. Lafayette Street
Tallahassee 32301 .........----......------

Goode, James D.
8640 East Colonial Drive
Orlando 32807-----------

Miller, Kirk M.
5800 Suncrest Drive
Miami 33156 .........--------------

Pagels, Gerrard L.
2420 Arlington Street
Sarasota 33579

Robinette, Charles R
Florida State Firemen's Assoc.
Collins Building
Tallahassee 32304 --------

Robinette, Charles R.
Firefighters Standards Council
Collins Building
Tallahassee 32304 ---------

Schelm, Alfred L.
1065 Eden Isle Boulevard, N.E.
St. Petersburg 33704 --.-----

Sherby, James W.
402 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee 32301 ....---.............-
(Withdrawn 7/72)



Florida Psychological Assoc.
Suite 409-Adams Building
Ft. Lauderdale 33306 ...----......... ..--------

Florida Consumer Finance Association, Inc.
Tallahassee Bank Building
Tallahassee ----- ..........--- ...

Florida Citizens Right To Work, Inc.
112 Pasadena Place
Orlando ..--.. .-----. ------- ...---

Florida Telephone Assoc.
1030 E. Lafayette Street
Tallahassee 32301 ......----.....-.... -- --.---

Winchester Homes of Florida
8640 East Colonial Drive
Orlando .... ....... .. .-.....--- -----



Self ---- ------------- --. ----

Sarasota County Teachers Assoc.
1622 Ringling Boulevard
Sarasota ------------_-----_-_---


Florida State Firemen's Assoc.
Collins Building
Tallahassee -------_-- .-


Firefighters Standards Council
Collins Building
Tallahassee --------.-------- --...-.

Downtown Business and Professional Assoc.
3rd Avenue, S. at 4th Street
St. Petersburg ---------------.. ----..---



Self .-..-.. .. ....---------- ----------....--....



Affecting psychology



Consumer finance matters



Right to work



Telephone industry; Public utilities



Mobile homes



Protecting his own interests



Education, Educational Finance




Fire department




Fire protection



Taxation and related topics



Environmental law



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13

Note: This listing represents a roster of persons registered with the House of Representatives under its Rule 13, pertain-
ing to lobbyists, from November 21, 1972, to December 1, 1972. The current period of registration commenced on November
21, 1972.



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Adams, Louis W.
2870 East Oakland Park Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33306


Adams, Louis W., Jr.
2870 East Oakland Park Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33306 ----- ---

Admire, John
7 Fraternity Row, U. of F.
Gainesville 32601 -----------

Ahlstrom, Barton 0.
P. 0. Box 18092
Tampa 33609 -------____

Aldridge, William 0.
1812 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville 32207 -.-----

Aldridge, William 0.
1812 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville 32207

Allen, William E.
P. O. Box 7097
Tampa 33603----------------

Allsworth, Emerson
25 East Las Olas Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33301 --------.....

Allsworth, Emerson
25 East Las Olas Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33301 ..-----------

Allsworth, Emerson
25 East Las Olas Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33301 .-..-_-

Allsworth, Emerson
25 East Las Olas Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33301 --.--.--..-.-.-

Allsworth, Emerson
25 East Las Olas Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33301

Allsworth, Emerson
25 East Las Olas Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33301 .---...--...--

Allsworth, Emerson
25 East Las Olas Boulevard
Ft. Lauderdale 33301 ---.----



Florida Cooperative & Condominium Apartment
Owners Association, Inc.
2868 East Oakland Park Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale

Florida Cooperative & Condominium Apartment
Owners Association, Inc.
2868 East Oakland Park Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale -------_-..-

United Student Action
University of Florida
Gainesville-

Florida Poultry Federation, Inc.
P. 0. Box 18092
Tampa -------

AFL-CIO
1812 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville

Florida Barbers Association
1812 Atlantic Boulevard
Jacksonville

Florida AFL-CIO
P. 0. Box 7097
Tampa ---- ---

Castlewood International Corp.
16565 N.W. 15th Avenue
Miami ------------...-.. --

JAX Liquors, Inc.
P. 0. Box 8743
Jacksonville ------------------- -----

ABC Liquors, Inc.
P. 0. Box 13688
Orlando .-- .......-------... --------------

Shell's City Liquors, Inc.
7370 N.W. 36th Avenue
Miami ------------------------ ---- -..

Land & Williams
P. 0. Box 411
Fernandina Beach ---------

Orange Liquors, Inc.
P. 0. Box 7841
Orlando -------........--.............--- ----------- ----------

Royal Package Stores, Inc.
109 West Romana Street
Pensacola ..-------------.---------..



Cooperative & condominium
apartments



Cooperative & condominium
apartments



General



Poultry & agriculture



General



Barbers; Cosmetology



Labor



Consumer



Consumer



Consumer



Consumer



Consumer



Consumer



Consumer



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Alsobrook, Alvin V.
P. 0. Box 730
Gainesille 32601 ---------------

Anderson, Robert J.
624 S.W. 24 Street
Ft. Lauderdale 33315



Anzalone, Charlotte
P. 0. Box 6985
Orlando 32803 ----



Apthorp, James W.
Office of the Governor
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 -------------

Armstrong, John W.
444 Appleyard Drive
Tallahassee 32304 --------------

Arnold, John K., Jr.
Division of Migrant Labor
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee 32304---------

Arpin, David R.
P. 0. Box 8788
Jacksonville 32211 --------------

Ashdown, Samuel G., Jr.
510 Collins Building
Tallahassee 32304 .. -------

Ashler, Philip F.
Executive Vice Chancellor
Board of Regents
Collins Building
Tallahassee 32304 -------------

Ausley, C. DuBose
P. 0. Box 391
Tallahassee 32302 ----.- -----

Bachman, Roger M.
501 Larson Building
Tallahassee 32304 --------

Baggett, Fredric W.
Supreme Court Building
Tallahassee 32304

Bailey, Cody L.
P. 0. Box 1044
Fort Pierce 33450.. --.- ---

Baljet, Peter P.
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee 32301 ---------



Florida Farm Bureau Federation
P. 0. Box 730
Gainesville ------------------------------

Associated Builders & Contractors of Florida, Inc.
624 S.W. 24 Street
Ft. Lauderdale .-....------- ----------------

Florida Nurses Association
P. 0. Box 6985
Orlando ------------------


Office of the Governor
The Capitol
Tallahassee -----------------------

Florida Association of Community Colleges
444 Appleyard Drive
Tallahassee -------------- -----------

Department of Community Affairs
Division of Migrant Labor
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee ---- -----------------

Florida Hotel & Motel Association
P. 0. Box 8788
Jacksonville------- ------------------------------

Department of Commerce
510 Collins Building
Tallahassee------ --------- ----



State University System of Florida
107 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee -------------- -------------

Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Company
500 Water Street
Jacksonville -- ---------- ------------

Department of Natural Resources
501 Larson Building
Tallahassee ---------------- ------------------------------- ---

Supreme Court of Florida
Supreme Court Building
Tallahassee ---------- ------- ---



Self --- ---- -------------

Florida Department of Pollution Control
2562 Executive Center Circle
Tallahassee .................----------------------



Matters pertaining to the
Department



Agriculture; Education



Construction

Health; Education; Public
Employment; Appropriation;
Manpower & Development




Governor's office



Education




Farm labor; Budget



Hotels-motels; Restaurants


Matters pertaining to the
Department





Higher education



Matters pertaining to railroads



Water resources



Judiciary


Housing; Water control;
Conservation



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Ballinger, J. Kenneth
P. 0. Box 1027
Tallahassee 32302 -- -------__

Barber, Dixie P.
711 Courthouse Annex
Orlando 32801 ------ ---

Barker, J. Hopps
1117 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee 32303 ----------

Barnawell, Thomas F.
111 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32301

Barrett, Allen M.
University Union-Box U-4922
Florida State University
Tallahassee 32306 -------- -

Barrett, James T., Jr.
Department of Legal Affairs
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 --- ------

Barton, Dennis L.
P. 0. Box 191
Wildwood 32785 -------- ---

Batchelder, Richard D.
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee 32304 -----


Beach, Cecil P.
Florida State Library
Tallahassee 32304 ----- -----.-

Beach, Col. J. Eldridge
Neil Kirkman Building
Tallahassee 32304 --------

Beare, Muriel A.
14301 S.W. 87 Avenue
Miami 33158 -----------

Beasley, Clifford C.
P. 0. Box 13455
Gainesville 32601

Belcher, Eileen H.
P. 0. Box 4003
Clearwater 33518 ------


Bell, Mrs. Budd
2107 Woodstock Lane
Tallahassee 32303 ---



Florida Association of Realtors
P. 0. Box 1231
Orlando --------

Supervisor of Elections Association
711 Courthouse Annex
Orlando ---- ---------- --- -

Florida Parole & Probation Commission
1117 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee -- ---------

Florida Petroleum Council
111 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee ----------------- -- --


Student Government
Box U-4922-University Union
Tallahassee --- ------ -----


Department of Legal Affairs
The Capitol
Tallahassee

E. C. Rowell
P. 0. Box 191
Wildwood --------------

Florida Education Association
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee -

Department of State
Div. of State Library Services
The Capitol
Tallahassee -- -----

Division of Florida Highway Patrol
Neil Kirkman Building
Tallahassee --___

National Organization for Women
14301 S.W. 87 Avenue
Miami ___-_-

Florida Institute of CPA's
P. 0. Box 13455
Gainesville

League of Women Voters of Florida
1310 West Colonial Drive
Orlando- -- --

National Association of Social Workers,
Florida Council
2107 Woodstock Lane
Tallahassee- --- ---_ ___



---- ---



Real property; Taxation



Registration & elections laws



Parole & probation, corrections



Petroleum industry




All


All relating to Attorney General;
The Cabinet; Department of
Legal Affairs


E. C. Rowell; Public relations;
Trucking industry



"Education; Collective bargaining




Library improvement



Florida Highway Patrol


Women's rights; Human rights;
General



All affecting public accounting


Education; Environment;
Constitutional reform



Health & welfare issues



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Bentley, Chris H.
Internal Improvement Trust Fund
Elliot Building
Tallahassee 32804

Benton, J. Robert
1001 International Boulevard-
Suite 1104
Atlanta, Ga. 30354 .........


Bethea, John M.
Division of Forestry
Collins Building
Tallahassee 32304

Bevis, II. F.
P. 0. Box 3355
Tallahassee 32303 -...............----

Bishop, Robert J.
Department of Agriculture &
Consumer Services
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304

Black, Lawrence D.
1701 Drew Street
Clearwater 33515 ------- -

Blain, Lester M.
801 South Boulevard
Tampa 33606 __-----

Blain, Lester M.
801 South Boulevard
Tampa 33606

Blakemore, Chester F.
115 Larson Building
Tallahassee 32304

Blalock, Felix A.
708 Voncile Avenue
Tallahassee 32302

Blalock, S. Gordon
730 American Heritage Life
Building
Jacksonville 32202 ----.-

Blankenship, Janice
255 West Brainerd
Pensacola 32501 ....--

Blincoe, Alan D.
112 Pasadena Place
Orlando 32803 --___



Board of Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Trust Fund
Elliot Building
Tallahassee --__--- _-__ -


Wine Institute
717 Market Street
San Francisco, Calif. -,-- ----.-

Department of Agriculture & Consumer
Services
Division of Forestry
Collins Building
Tallahassee -- --- ---.........

Florida Board of Pharmacy
252 East Sixth Avenue
Tallahassee .--------. ---_--


Department of Agriculture & Consumer
Services
106 W. Pensacola
Tallahassee -___-------- ___ ._.....-

Pinellas Classroom Teachers Association, Inc.
1701 Drew Street
Clearwater ------------------- -

Southwest Florida Water Management District
Box 457
Brooksville ..-.-. --

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.
One Madison Avenue
New York, N. Y. ._...

Department of General Services
115 Larson Building
Tallahassee ------- ---



Self ..-....-..- ....-........ ....--- --.-----.---

Jacksonville Hospitals Educational
Program, Inc.
2000 Jefferson Street
Jacksonville ------.... -----..----....--.--------------



Self ----- --------------

Florida Citizens for Right-to-Work
112 Pasadena Place
Orlando---..----_. -----_--- __



All affecting the Board of
Trustees of IITF




Wine and alcoholic beverages





Forest resources



Board of pharmacy





Consumer



Education



Water management



Insurance



All affecting the Department



General




General



Equal rights amendment



Right-to-work



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Bliss, George C.
120 S.E. Broadway Street
Ocala 32670-._-----


*Blomstrom, Mrs. Lena C.
P. 0. Box 2705
St. Petersburg 33731

Boardman, William R.
P. 0. Box 7854
Orlando 32804 --_ -

Boone, Shelley S.
Department of Education
115 The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304---

Borst, Larry A.
1341 Jackson Bluff Road
Tallahassee 32304 ---------------

Bottorff, Roy K.
444 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 -- -

Bouch, James G.
730 East Davidson Street
Bartow 33830 --. ---------------

Bowen, J. Wayne
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee 32302 .-----.------

Boyles, John L.
700 South Adams Street
Tallahassee 32304 ------------

Bradford, Vernon E.
Office of the Comptroller
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 --------------

Bradley, Angel
12855 Hickory Road
North Miami 33161 ------------


Brocato, Carol
9800 66th Street, North
Pinellas Park 33565 ------

Brown, Jay W.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 .---- --



United Teaching Profession
120 S.E. Broadway Street
Ocala __

St. Petersburg and Florida Citizens
Council on Crime, Inc.
P .0. Box 2705
St. Petersburg

Dairy Farmers, Incorporated
P. 0. Box 7854
Orlando ------------


Department of Education
115 The Capitol
Tallahassee -------

Goodwill Industries
P. 0. Box 10398
St. Petersburg -------------

Christian Science Churches of Florida
444 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee

Florida Education Association
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee ---------- -----

Department of Pollution Control
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee --- --- --- ------

Florida Public Service Commission
700 South Adams Street
Tallahassee --------------------


Office of the Comptroller
The Capitol
Tallahassee ---------------------- -- -



Self--------- ----------- --

Florida State Division Women's Equity
Action League
9800 66th Street, North
Pinellas Park ---- -----

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee .- ---- __



Education




Law enforcement


Dairy farming; General agriculture;
Associated businesses




Schools

Non profit charitable sheltered
workshops & educational
rehabilitation facilities



Protecting religious rights



General education



Pollution control



Public Service Commission



Matters pertaining to the
Comptroller's office



General



Equal rights
women



amendment &



All affecting the Department



"* Associate of Richard Deeb Realty



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Brown, Thomas R.
138 The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 -- ---

Bruington, Lola D.
520 N. 6th Avenue
Pensacola 32501 ----- -----

Bucklew, Sam
1625 Exchange National Bank
Building
P. O. Box 375
Tampa 33601 ---.---------

Bucklew, Sam
1625 Exchange National Bank
Building
P. 0. Box 375
Tampa 33601 --------.-

Burchnell, Thomas G.
2821 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee 32304 ---

Burchnell, Thomas G.
2821 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee 32304

Burgess, Wallace H.
908 S. Bronough Street
Tallahassee 32304

Burkholz, Yvonne B.
1809 Brickell Avenue
Miami 33129 ----

Cacciatore, Sammy
525 Harbor City Boulevard
Melbourne 32935

Calvin, John D.
107 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee 32304

Canterbury, E. Lee
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee 32301 -------

Carlton, W. T.
507-A Larson Building
Tallahassee 32304-------

Carr, K. Lewis
201 S. Bronough Street
Tallahassee 32304

Carraway, Howard E.
P. O. Box 144
Tallahassee 32302 ------------



State Treasurer
138 The Capitol
Tallahassee --.------.. ----------------------

Gi Gi
520 North 6th Avenue
Pensacola -- ------------------



Florida Agricultural Research Institute
519 N.E. First Street
Gainesville ----- ------ ---------




Tampa Electric Company
Tampa------------------- -- ------

Florida Credit Union Services, Inc.
2821 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee ----- -----------------

Florida Credit Union League, Inc.
2821 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee -------.................-----------------------

Comprehensive Health Planning
908 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee---------- ----------

Dade County Classroom Teachers Assoc.
1809 Brickell Avenue
Miami -----------------------



Self ------------

Division of Motor Vehicles
107 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee ....--------------------

Department of Community Affairs
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee .---------------- ----

Department of Natural Resources
507-A Larson Building
Tallahassee --- --------------------

Florida Bankers Association
P. 0. Box 6847
Orlando ------------------------

Florida Telephone Association
1030 East Lafayette Street
Tallahassee .......-------------- -



State Treasurer and Department
of Insurance



Equal rights amendment





Agriculture, fertilizer & pesticides





General; Taxation



Credit unions



Credit unions



Health



Education


Consumer protection; Insurance;
Workmen's compensation



All affecting the Division



All affecting the Department



Beach erosion control



Banking


Public utility telephone
companies



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Carson, Sylvia C.
1240 Venetian Way
Winter Park 32789-----------


Carson, William B.
624 S.W. 24th Street
Ft. Lauderdale 33315 --

Carter, Audry, Jr.
Department of Highway Safety
Kirkman Building
Tallahassee 32304


Carter, Sarah C.
1675 N.W. 4th Avenue-#202
Boca Raton 33432 ---------

Cassedy, Marshall R., Esq.
The Florida Bar
Tallahassee 32304 -- -

Castoro, William M.
P. 0. Box 3281
Seminole 33542 -----

Causseaux, Ann P.
1030 East Lafayette Street
Tallahassee, 32301----------

Cecil, Charles W.
National Airlines, Inc.
P. 0. Box 2055
Miami 33159 ---------

Chandler, Hendrix
210 Collins Building
Tallahassee 32304----------

Chapin, Mrs. Catherine W.
4524 Brookwood Drive
Tampa 33609-----------

Church, Al C.
P. 0. Box 1563
Tallahassee 32302 --------

Claiborne, Ellen M.
1042 Beach Avenue
Atlantic Beach 32233 ------

Clark, A. L.
P. O. Box 44
Winter Park 32789 -.

Clark, C. L.
P. O. Box 191
Tallahassee 32302 ....... .



League of Women Voters of Florida
1310 W. Colonial Drive
Orlando

Associated Builders and Contractors of
Florida
624 S.W. 24th Street
Ft. Lauderdale- ---


Department of Highway Safety
Kirkman Building
Tallahassee _-- --------------

South Palm Beach County Chapter
National Organization for Women
P. 0. Box 709
Boca Raton ------------ ------


The Florida Bar
Tallahassee ---------- -

Pinellas Manufacturers Association
P. 0. Box 12803
St. Petersburg ------------ --



Self --


National Airlines, Incorporated
P. 0. Box 2055
Miami-------- ------------- ---------

Board of Regents
210 Collins Building
Tallahassee --- -----------

Florida Congress of Parents and Teachers
1747 Orlando Central Parkway
Orlando --------- -- --...... .- -----------

Florida Limerock Institute, Incorporated
P. 0. Box 1563
Tallahassee --- --- -------

League of Women Voters of Florida
1310 West Colonial
Orlando ----- ----------- ........

Florida Gas Company
P. O. Box 44
Winter Park------- ---------.-

St, Joe Paper Company
P. O. Box 191
Tallahassee ..-------. ...............



General




Construction




Highway safety & motor vehicles




Equal rights amendment



Legal profession; The Florida Bar



Affecting business


Education; Cosmetology; Utilities;
Taxes; Consumer protection




Aviation



State university system



Education & welfare of children


Production & sale of Florida
limerock



General


General; Utility; Natural gas;
Taxation; Credit union


Matters relating to pulp and
paper industry










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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Clark, William E.
P. 0. Box 785
Ocala 32670 ---------------------

Clarke, Lynn B.
University of Miami
P. 0. Box 8105
Coral Gables 33124 .... -------------

Cochran, H. G., Jr.
P. 0. Box 3313
Tallahassee 32303 ---------------

Coldewey, Tom S.
P. 0. Box 190
Port St. Joe 32456 --------------


Coleman, Richard M.
624 S.W. 24th Street
Ft. Lauderdale 33315 ------

Collar, Roger C.
Neil Kirkman Building
Tallahassee 32304 -------------

Collins, Patricia A.
221 West Georgia Street
Tallahassee 32301 .----------- --

Cone, Al J.
507 North Olive
West Palm Beach 33402-

Conger, J. N.
908 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee 32304 .......-------------

Cook, H. T.
P. 0. Box 8
Bunnell 32010 -----------------

Cooper, Jerome J.
2633 Trenton Avenue
Philadelphia, Pa. 19125 -----

Correll, Shirley M.
735 Belair Avenue
Tallahassee 32304 .--------------

Coulter, Clinton H., Jr.
Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 .---.--. ------

Coupe, George H.
1320 South Belcher Road
Clearwater 33516 -. .--.-----------



Florida State Fire College
P. 0. Box 785
Ocala ------- --...-.. --.. .... .. ...---


University of Miami
P. 0. Box 8105
Coral Gables -------... ....... ..... ..- ....- ..

Beer Industry of Florida, Inc.
P. 0. Box 8313
Tallahassee -------.---- ..- ... .. ...---.-.------...

St. Joe Paper Company
P. 0. Box 190
Port St. Joe ------------- --. .. .............

Associated Builders and Contractors
of Florida, Inc.
624 S.W. 24th Street
Ft. Lauderdale ---- --.. --.. ...... -. -- --.---- ---

Florida Highway Patrol
Neil Kirkman Building
Tallahassee ----- ---- ---- : .-- .--.--..



Self .... ............ .. .... ......---------------.... -



Self------ -----------

Florida Health Planning Council
908 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee -----_.----------------

Marineland Incorporated
Route 1, Box 122
St. Augustine ------,---- --- -----

Jacquin-Florida Distilling Company
425 Recker Highway
Auburndale ------......-------.--. .. --.----- -. -----



Self ---


Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee .. . . .. .... .

Florida Osteopathic Medical Association
P. O. Box 896
Palmetto -------------------. ..



Firemen's training; Fire protection




Higher education


Alcoholic beverage laws & taxation;
Ecology


Land, forest products, Manufacturing,
pollution control




Construction



Traffic safety



Equal rights amendment



General



All relating to health planning



Exhibits



Alcoholic beverages



Equal rights amendment; Education




Matters pertaining to the Department



Health; Education; Conservation



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Coutcher, Frank W.
P. 0. Box 308
Mango 33550 --- -------

Cox, Jim
P. 0. Box 774
Tallahassee 32301- -- -----


Crews, John J.
Suite 206 Courthouse
Gainesville 32601

Crooms, Willie F.
369 Office Plaza
Tallahassee 32301 ---

Cross, Armond R.
P. O. Box 3168
Tallahassee 82303

Crowson, Mike
P. 0. Box 380 AA
Denton, Texas 76201

Cullen, Mrs. Jennifer
Route 1, Box 773
Panama City 32401

Cullison, James S. II
107 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee 32304 --


Culpepper, P. Bruce
716 Tallahassee Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301-

Cunningham, Mac H.
P. 0. Box 2402
Lakeland 33803 ----


Cushing, Earl A.
P. 0. Box 2777
Jacksonville 322038 -----


Dail, George E., Jr.
901 Evernia Street
West Palm Beach 33401 ----

Dampier, Johnny, Jr.
427 S. Main Street
Gainesville 32601

D'Apice, Joseph
16604 N.E. 4th Avenue
North Miami Beach 33162 -



Florida Academy of Naturopathic Medicine, Inc.
P. 0. Box 308
Mango __-_

Associated General Contractors Council
P. 0. Box 774
Tallahassee


Circuit Judges Conference
Suite 206 Courthouse
Gainesville _--_- _

Florida Association of Life Underwriters
611 First National Bank Building
Tampa -

Parole & Probation Commission
P. 0. Box 3168
Tallahassee ----- ----

Distilled Spirits Institute
P. O. Box 380 AA
Denton, Texas

Gi Gi
Route 1, Box 773
Panama City _

Florida Department of Commerce
107 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee ----------------- -----

Florida Association of Registered Bank
Holding Companies, Inc.
716 Tallahassee Bank Building
Tallahassee--------------------

Florida Municipal Utilities Association
P. 0. Box 2402
Lakeland ----.-----

Fraternal Order of Police & Highway
Patrol
P. 0. Box 2777
Jacksonville -------------

Central & Southern Florida Flood Control
District
901 Evernia Street
West Palm Beach--------------------

Fire Fighters Standards Council
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee --------------

Condominium Owners Association Incorporated
16604 N.E. 4th Avenue
North Miami Beach ........ ..-------- --......



Public health & naturopathic medicine



General; All construction

All facets of the court, construction,
administration, law, procedure,
qualifications, tenure, & compen-
sation of its judges



Insurance


Probation & parole,
corrections



Distilling industry



Equal rights amendment


Commerce; Marine science;
Environmental coordination




Bank holding companies



Utilities




Police



Water & land resources
planning & management



Fire fighters



Condominium & cooperatives



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Darling, Richard A.
P. 0. Box 127
Tallahassee 32302 --_----

Darling, Richard A.
P. 0. Box 127
Tallahassee 32302

DaValt, Dorothy B.
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee 32304

Davies, John F.
230 South Adams Street
Suite 4
Tallahassee 32301 ---- --------

Davis, B. G.
413 South Ride
Tallahassee 32303--------

Davis, Helen G.
45 Adalia Avenue
Tampa 33606 ------- --------

Davis, Tine W., Jr.
P. O. Box B
Jacksonville 32203--

Daws, S. George
115 East Park Avenue
Tallahassee 32302 --- -- .---.---

Depew, C. Henry
P. 0. Box 2613
Tallahassee 32304 -- .....

Dexter, Mrs. Barbara
6415 S.W. 94th Street
Miami 33156 ----.-------------
Dick, David
P. 0. Box 5243
Tallahassee 32303 ----- ------.
Dickson, R. Charles
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee 32301 ----- .....

Dillinger, Harold H.
820 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32302 7 ----.---
Dittmar, R. Hood
P. 0. Box 10031
Jacksonville 32207 .......
Dobson, Geoffrey B.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 --------



Florida Hearing Aid Guild
P. 0. Box 5794
Orlando --------------- ----------_-



Self ---------- -..-..-.......-----

Florida Education Association
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee ----------------- ----.--


Florida Electrical Workers Association
3100 9th Avenue, North
St. Petersburg --.---


Biscayne Kennel Club, Inc.
Miami ------------------------

League of Women Voters of Florida
1310 West Colonial Drive
Orlando _- -- --

Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.
P. 0. Box B
Jacksonville ........------------..--.. ..-.. .. ..


Florida Peace Officers Association
St. Augustine ----- ---- ------ ........... ... ...... ..



Self



Self
Independent Beverage Dealers, Inc.
2322 Clare Drive
Tallahassee----------------------
Department of Pollution Control
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee ----------- ------------
Department of Professional & Occupational
Regulation
820 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee ------------------------
Florida Soft Drink Association
P. O. Box 10031
Jacksonville .---.----------------------
Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee . . .



Health; Education & Welfare



Self

Collective Bargaining; Full
funding of existing education
programs




Labor


Pari-mutuel laws & related
subjects



All


Matters affecting retail
stores



Law enforcement



Boating



Equal rights amendment



Alcoholic beverage industry



Pollution




All affecting the Department



Soft drink industry




Transportation



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Dockery, C. C.
P. 0. Box 1044
Lakeland 33802 ------- ..----------

Dodson, Pat
P. 0. Drawer "A"
Pensacola 32502 ----------------

Doescher, George S.
1501 72nd Street, North
St. Petersburg 33710 ---.-----

Dore, Patricia
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee 32301 --------------

Dougherty, Jean C.
Route 2, Box 1212
Lutz 33549 --- -------

Douglas, Harry B., Jr.
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee 32301 ---------------

Dozier, Beverly F.
Division of Cultural Affairs
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ------------

Drake, Alvin H.
P. 0. Box 25
Tallahassee 32302 --------------

Draper, Samuel D.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 --------------

Drew, Horace
217 S. Adams Street
Tallahassee 32301 --------------


DuBose, John W.
Elliot Building
Tallahassee 32304 ----- ----

Dugger, Michael W.
P. 0. Box 3985
Tallahassee 32303----- -------

Dugger, Michael W.
P. 0. Box 3985
Tallahassee 32303----- ------

Dugger, Michael W.
P. O. Box 3985
Tallahassee 32303 --------.-



FRSA Incorporated
P. O. Box 1044
Lakeland ----------------------...--

Florida Bicentennial Commission
P. 0. Drawer "A"
Pensacola--------------- ----------

Pinellas Manufacturing Association
St. Petersburg/Clearwater Airport
St. Petersburg -------------..............-------... ---

Florida Human Relations Commission
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee --------.. ..---------------------

Women for Responsible Legislation
Route 2, Box 1212
Lutz

Department of Community Affairs
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee ... .. --------------------

Department of State
Division of Cultural Affairs
The Capitol
Tallahassee----- ------------

Florida Board of Massage
2717 East Oakland Park Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale ---------------- -----

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee -- -------- ---------

Automatic Voting Machines Corporation
Jones & Gifford Avenues
Jamestown, N. Y. ------------------

Board of Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Trust Fund
Elliot Building
Tallahassee ---------------- --

Florida Psychiatric Society
735 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville ----------- ----------

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association
1115 15th Street, N.W.
Washington, D. C. .. ....... .....- -.. .

South Florida Psychiatric Society, Inc.
1015 duPont Plaza Center
Miami ........ ....... ..------------...--- .......-_._.. _



General



Bicentennial commission



General



Equal rights amendment


Against equal rights
amendment



Community affairs




Department of State


Health & welfare of public;
Massage practitioners




Bonds; Federal-Aid; Finance



Elections




State lands



Psychiatry


Ethical & pharmaceutical
products



Psychiatry



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address



Dunagin, Edward M.
600 Brickell Avenue
Miami 33131 ..-.---------


Dunagin, Edward M.
600 Brickell Avenue
Miami 33131 -----

Duncan, James T.
P. 0. Box 20155
Orlando 32814 -- .---------

Duncan, Ted, Jr.
111 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32301-

Edgerton, Mary Alice
6065 Roswell Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Ga. 30328



Eisemann, Robert E.
FAU Box 420
Boca Raton 33432 ---------

Ekey, P. W.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahasee 32304 ...----

Eldredge, William F.
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee 32301 ----------.

Elliott, R. E.
815 American Heritage Building
Jacksonville 32202 --------

Ellis, Donald G.
211 E. Forsyth Street
Jacksonville 32202



Endsley, E. D.
P. 0. Box 2050
Jacksonville 32203 .------------

Engelhardt, Charles J.
5530 N.W. 32 Court
Miami 33152 -----------

English, Beno L.
423 West Belmont Street
Pensacola 32501 ---- .....-__-

Eppes, Jack
1230 Hendricks Avenue
Jaeksonville 32207 ._ --... ....



Entity Represented and Address



American Bankers Life Assurance Company
600 Brickell Avenue
Miami ----.--- ---

American Bankers Insurance Company
of Florida
600 Brickell Avenue
Miami ----- _

Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association
P. 0. Box 20155
Orlando ------------_____------_-

Florida Petroleum Council
111 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee ------- ------

Computer Election Systems
6065 Roswell Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Ga. -- ___....

NSA-Government and You
Student Government
Florida State University
University Union
Tallahassee ---

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee ------------ --.-----------..

Fire Fighters Standards Council
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee --------------- .------ ___

Canal Authority
803 Rosselle Street
Jacksonville ---------- ----------.--

Jacksonville Association of Fire Fighters
211 E. Forsyth Street
Jacksonville -------- --------------..--.--

Department of Health & Rehabilitative
Services
Division of Family Services
P. 0. Box 2050
Jacksonville ---------..---..---.------...

Retail Grocers Association
5530 N.W. 32 Court
Miami. ---___----- -.....-.-----------

Barbers
423 West Belmont Street
Pensacola .------------......-...-..... ....

United Christian Action, Inc.
1230 Hendricks Avenue
Jacksonville .- ..--- ..---- ....-----



Particular Legislation Involved



Insurance; Banking; Credit;
Taxation



Insurance; Banking; Credit;
Taxation



Agriculture



Petroleum industry



Elections





Education




All affecting the Department



Fire protection & education


Canal authority; Environmental
law; Natural resources


Fire Fighters; Public
employees




Matters pertaining to Division
of Family Services


Retail & wholesale grocery
industry



Barbers

Alcoholic beverages; Narcotics;
Gambling; Pornography;
Church-state issues



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Erickson, John L.
225 Peachtree Street, N.E.,
Suite 2002
Atlanta, Ga. 30303 ------------.....---

Ervin, Ben H.
Department of State
108 The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304---------

Ervin, Robert M.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302-------------

Ervin, Robert M.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302-------------

Ervin, Robert M.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302-- --------

Ervin, Robert M.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302 --------------------------


Etterman, Kenneth J.
4628 Tamiami Trail, E.
Naples 33940 --- -------

Eubanks, John B.
P. 0. Box 1235
Tallahassee 32302 -- ---------

Euga, Delbert J.
201 East 10th Street
Sanford 32771 ------- -----

Evans, Giles L., Jr.
803 Rosselle
Jacksonville 32204 ..-- -----

Everhart, Lee A.
P. 0. Box 3746
Tallahassee 32303 ---- ---------

Fagan, Osee R.
P. 0. Box 1307
Gainesville 32601------ -

Fallin, Robert B.
P. 0. Box 48
Leesburg 32748 ...----..........---- ---.

Farina, Frances M.
156 N.W. 104th Street
Miami Shores 33150 -._ -



Ford Motor Company
World Headquarters
Dearborn, Michigan ---------- ------


Department of State
108 The Capitol
Tallahassee ----------------- ----

Clearview of Florida, Inc.
P. 0. Box 3172 MSS
Tallahassee ...............------------------------ -----

Florida Antennavision
1325 Harrison Avenue
Panama City ------------ -------------

Florida Home Builders Association
407 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee ----------------------------- --

Florida Institute of CPA's
P. 0. Box 13455
Gainesville --- --------------------- -----

Collier, Hendry, Lee, & Monroe
Teaching Associations
4628 Tamiami Trail East
Naples -- ---------- -- ----------------

Veterans Advisory Council
P. 0. Box 1235
Tallahassee ----------------- ---

The People in General
201 East 10th Street
Sanford ----- ....------------------

Florida Canal Authority
803 Rosselle
Jacksonville ------------------------------

Florida Home Builders Association
P. 0. Box 1259
Tallahassee----------------------- -----

City of Gainesville
P. 0. Box 490
Gainesville ----------- -------

Florida Telephone Corporation
P. 0. Box 48
Leesburg ------------- --- ---

Florida Federation of Zero Population Growth
2123 Park Street
Jacksonville 32204 -_------.-._--



Automotive & highway safety




Affecting the Department



Cable T.V.



Cable T.V.



Construction industry



Accounting




Public education



Veterans


General, emphasis on natural
resources


Water resources; Environmental
measures



Construction industry


Matters pertaining to local
government



Public utilities



Population



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



December 1, 1972



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Fearington, P. Mercer
Suite 202
512 Florida Avenue
Tampa 33602

Fearington, P. Mercer
Suite 202
512 Florida Avenue
Tampa 33602

Feinberg, Eli M.
Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304-

Felshaw, Harold A.
P. 0. Box 1853
Tallahassee 32301 -----------

Ferrara, Ruth R.
P. 0. Drawer 7425
Jacksonville 32210

Ferras, Julian C.
1035 LaSalle Street
Jacksonville 32207 ___-


Fichtner, Donna L.
212 Mabry Hts., F.S.U.
Tallahassee 32306 -- ---------

Field, E. Harper
311 East Park Avenue
Tallahassee 32303

Fifield, Margaret
324 Dolphin Street
Gulf Breeze 32561

Fifield, Willard M.
519 N.E. First Street
Gainesville 32601-

Finnin, Mary J.
P. 0. Box 6985
Orlando 32803-

Fish, Donald E.
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee 32301 ------

Flack, James T.
Attorney General's Office
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ------

Fokes, W. Robert
P. O. Box 1169
Tallahassee 32302 ... ...



Multi-Line Cans, Incorporated
512 Florida Avenue
Tampa------------


Tampa Electric Company
111 North Dale Mabry
Tampa------- -------------.---


Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee ---------- ------ ----

Governors Highway Safety Commission
P. 0. Box 1853
Tallahassee

Florida Federation of Fairs & Livestock Shows
P. 0. Drawer 7425
Jacksonville --

Duval Teachers Association
1035 LaSalle Street
Jacksonville --- ---- ------

Tallahassee Women's Educational
& Cultural Center
212 Mabry Hts., F.S.U.
Tallahassee 32306 _. .-... --.- --

Motion Picture Association of America
Madison Avenue
New York, N.Y. ----------- -

National Organization for Women
841 East DeLeon Street
Pensacola

Florida Agricultural Research Institute, Inc.
519 N.E. First Street
Gainesville------_-- --

Florida Nurses Association
P. 0. Box 6985
Orlando -----------------------.-..-.....

Bureau of Police Standards
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee --------- -- ----------


Office of the Attorney General
The Capitol
Tallahassee----------- --.-----

Florida Savings & Loan League
P. O. Box 2246
Orlando .--



General




General




Matters pertaining to the Department



Highway safety



Fairs & livestock shows



Education




Equal rights amendment



Motion picture industry



Equal rights amendment



Agribusiness, fertilizers, pesticides


Health; Education; Personnel; State
institutions; Manpower



Law enforcement




General; Attorney General's Office



Savings & loan association



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Fountain, David E.
Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ----...----------

Fowler, William K.
Division of Mass Transit
535 Haydon Burns Building
Tallahassee 32304--- -------- -

Fraser, Donald S., Jr.
780 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 ..---------

Friedman, Howard J.
Department of Education
107 The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ---------


Friedson, Max
127 Northeast 1st Avenue
Miami 33132 -------------... ...

Frye, 0. E., Jr.
620 South Meridian Street
Tallahassee 32304 -------.... --

Fryer, Thomas W., Jr.
141 N.E. Third Avenue
Miami 33132 -----------

Fuller, Joseph C.
Room 53-The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ------------

Furth, Helmut F. ----------
Two Wall Street
New York, N.Y. 10005 -----

Gabor, Frank
1492 West Flagler Street
Miami 33135 -----------

Gagan, Richard J.
14705 Carnation Drive
Tampa 33612 ------------...

Gaillard, John F.
100 West Bay Street
Jacksonville 32202


Gaillard, John F.
100 West Bay Street
Jacksonville 32202 .. .

Gallagher, Rosemary F.
1214 Waverly Road
Tallahassee 32303



Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee ------ --------------

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee -------- -----

Florida Medical Association
P. 0. Box 2411
Jacksonville ------------------- --

Department of Education
Room 107
The Capitol
Tallahassee

Congress of Senior Citizens Organizations
of Florida
127 Northeast 1st Avenue
Miami-------------_------ -

Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission
620 South Meridian Street
Tallahassee-------

Florida Association of Community Colleges
P. 0. Box 2272
Tallahassee

Office of the State Treasurer
Room 53-The Capitol
Tallahassee --- ------

Reedy Creek Improvement District
P. 0. Box 36
Orlando----- -------

Gabor & Company Incorporated
1492 West Flagler Street
Miami ---------

United Farm Workers' Union
P. 0. Box 1136
Plant City-------- -- --

Mental Health Association of Florida, Inc.
132 East Colonial Drive
Orlando -------

Jacksonville Experimental Health Delivery
System, Inc.
1045 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville

National Council of Catholic Women
1214 Waverly Road
Tallahassee .---------- .------- _



Affecting the Department




All affecting the Department



Medical care & health services




Education




Problems on aging



Conservation



Education


State Treasurer & Insurance
Commission



General


Insurance; Public health;
Governmental reorganization



Agricultural labor



Mental & physical health




Mental & physical health



General



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Garrard, Thomas J.
P. 0. Box 897
Maitland 32751 --------

Gartner, William, Jr.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 --__ ------

Geiger, James W.
DeSoto Towers, Room G-1
1523 6th Avenue West
Bradenton 33505 --......-------------------

Gertner, C. A.
704 Gilmore Street
Jacksonville 32204 ......................---------.....-

Ghiselin, Clark M.
P. 0. Box 89
Lakeland 33802 -------------

Gilbert, Lois C.
13301 Silver Palm Drive
Goulds 33170 .----................---------------

Gilmore, Lynn Q.
351 N.W. 40th Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale 33313------------

Glasgow, Helen
6301 S.W. 99 Terrace
Miami 33156 -------- ...... ----------

Glisson, Mrs. Dorothy W.
Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ...--------------

Godfrey, William M.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 .--------------

Goldenberg, Norman
104 S.W. 13 Street
Miami 33130 ------------- -----

Goldinger, John C.
153 IMB, Florida State University
Tallahassee 32306 ---- ..-----

Gonzales, Charles
730 E. Davidson Street
Bartow 33830 ...-----------

Good, Margaret
4521/2 West College Avenue
Tallahassee 32301 ....... ....



Florida L.P. Gas Association
P. 0. Box 897
Maitland -----_---__ .. .......

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee ------ --.-..........__-._.....---

Manatee Education Association
DeSoto Towers, Room G-1
1523 6th Avenue West
Bradenton ....-----...................------ ..... ............-.. .. ..--

Florida Trucking Association, Incorporated
704 Gilmore Street
Jacksonville ........-------..............--....--...................

Citrus Industrial Council, Inc.
P. 0. Box 89
Lakeland ------------------..................----..----........ --

Miami Zero Popuation Growth
1035 San Pedro
Coral Gables --------.--- ---------- -------



Broward County Classroom
351 N.W. 40th Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale ------- .



Teachers Association



Self --------_----------..-..---- -.

Department of State
Division of Elections
The Capitol
Tallahassee ------- ... ---....... ---

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee ----- .- ------.- ------.... -

Professional Fumigators of America, Inc.
104 S.W. 13 Street
Miami -------- .--.--------..............-----

FSU Staff Association
153 IMB, Florida State University
Tallahassee -----------------------------

Polk County Education Association, Inc.
730 E. Davidson Street
Bartow ------------------------



Self .... .... ....... ........... ---------------------------------



Liquefied petroleum gas




All affecting the Department




Education


Trucks; Highways & motor
vehicle taxes



Labor law & taxes



Population



Education



Equal rights amendment




Election laws




Transportation planning



Pest control



Employee benefits; University affairs



Education; Finance



Equal rights amendment



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Goodson, Major Brantley
620 South Meridian Stret
Tallahassee 32304-----------

Gore, Dr. H. Larry
2740 Okeechobee Boulevard
, West Palm Beach 33401

Gorman, James E.
710 American Heritage Building
Jacksonville 32202

Grafe, Robert W.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 --------

Green, Art
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami 33127 --..--- --

Greenup, Richard L.
554 Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 ----------

Gridley, Clarence A., III
Downtown Holiday Inn
Tallahassee 32301------

Griffin, James F., Jr.
6535 E. Hillsboro Avenue
Tampa 33614 ------------

Griffin, James F., Jr.
6535 E. Hillsboro Avenue
Tampa 33614 ------- ..---

Grigg, Virginia C.
Florida State Library
Tallahassee 32304 --------- ----

Griner, K. Dudley
P. 0. Box 356
Cross City 32628 ----------------

*Groover, Thomas
8660 Astronaut Boulevard
Cape Canaveral 32920

Guarisco, Peter
200 East College Avenue
Tallahassee 32301 -----....--..----

Gulick, Joan M.
FSU College of Law
Tallahassee 32306 .. -



Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission
620 South Meridian Street
Tallahassee ---___ -------

Florida Veterinary Medical Association
2740 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach-------- ......------.-------..--

Florida Retail Federation
710 American Heritage Building
Jacksonville ------------- -----

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee .-------------------- --

Property Managers Association
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami ---------------------- ---

Department of Transportation
554 Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee ------------ --------

Beer Industry of Florida, Inc.
P. 0. Box 3313
Tallahassee 32303 --------------

Florida Agricultural Council
6535 E. Hillsboro Avenue
Tampa------------__

Florida Nurserymen & Growers Association
6535 E. Hillsboro Avenue
Tampa ---------------------

Department of State
Div. of State Library Services
The Capitol ----- --- --- -----

Florida' Soft Drink Association
P. 0. Box 10031
Jacksonville -------

Florida Engineering Society
1906 Lee Road
Orlando-------- ----------- ---------

Florida Land Title Association
200 East College Avenue
Tallahassee --- ----------------- ---



Self-



Conservation of natural resources



Veterinary medicine



Retailing



Road construction & maintenance
& related activities


Real & personal property,
taxes, rentals




Budget hearings


Alcoholic beverage laws; Dept. of
Business regulation; Taxation



Agriculture



Agriculture



Library betterment



Affecting soft drinks



All pertaining to engineering

Title insurance; Land transactions
& conveyances; General; Public
& private property



Equal rights amendment



* Business associate of Senator John Vogt



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Gwynn, Judge James C.
P. 0. Box 1024
Tallahassee 32302 ..---------........

Haddock, Jewell F.
1365 Edgewood Avenue
Jacksonville 32205 ------


Hadley, Klara S.
Box 363, Florida A & M
Tallahassee 32307 -------

Hafner, E. R.
P. 0. Box 549
Tallahassee 32302 ----.......


Halenda, Paul P.
P. 0. Box 520
Boynton Beach 33435 ----

Hall, E. Clarice
430 West Jefferson Street
Tallahassee 32301 ----.

Hallgren, Art. R.
1400 N.W. 36th Street
Miami 33142 --------

Hamilton, A. A.
1035 LaSalle Street
Jacksonville 32207 ----

Hammock, Richard A.
P. 0. Box 1487
Tallahassee 32302

Harley, Kinney S.
P. 0. Box 1259
Tallahassee 32302 -------

Harmon, Herbert W.
P. 0. Box 311
Tallahassee 32302 ------

Harris, Charlie
1400 N.W. 36th Street
Miami 33142 ------

Harrison, Lois C.
2311 Nevada Road
Lakeland 33803 ---------


Hartsfield, O. W.
2510 Miccosukee Road
Tallahassee 32303 -----



Self -.----------- ------

Florida PTA
1747 Orlando Central Parkway
Orlando --------------------------------


American Association of University Women
Box 363, Florida A & M
Tallahassee------------------------- --

State Association of County Commissioners
P. O. Box 549
Tallahassee ..........---- ......---------------...----

Florida Board of Examiners of Nursing Home
Administrators
1701 N.E. 26th Street
Ft. Lauderdale .........--------------------

Common Cause
430 West Jefferson Street
Tallahassee --------------------------

Florida AFL-CIO
1400 N.W. 36th Street
Miami --------------------------------

Northeast Florida UniServ
1035 LaSalle Street
Jacksonville--------------------------

Florida Sheriffs Association
P. 0. Box 1487
Tallahassee-------------------------

Florida Home Builders Association
P. 0. Box 1259
Tallahassee --- --- ----------------

Republican Party of Florida
P. 0. Box 311
Tallahassee --- ---..-------------

Florida AFL-CIO
1400 N.W. 36th Street
Miami --------------------------

League of Women Voters of Florida
1310 West Colonial Drive
Orlando

Florida Board of Examiners of
Nursing Home Administrators
2510 Miccosukee Road
Tallahassee--



General; Judiciary



Welfare of children & youth

Equal rights amendment;
Education; Child care centers;
Environment; Governmental
Reform; Social; Consumer



County government



Licensure of nursing home
administrators



Equal rights amendment



Labor & consumer interests



Education



Law enforcement



Residential construction industry



All



Labor



General



Health & welfare



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Hauer, Royal A.
P. 0. Box 887
Miami 33152 ------ -------

Hayes, Lauretta B.
202 Royal Dunes Boulevard
Ormond Beach, 32074

Head, Albert B.
Division of Cultural Affairs
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 --------.--

Heidtman, William R.
Sheriff
425 First Street
West Palm Beach 33402 ------

Henderson, Charles Tom
P. 0. Box 1457
Tallahassee 32302 ------ ----

Henderson, Ed
515 North Meridian Street
Tallahassee 32301 ----------

Henderson, Lee G.
523 Knott Building
Tallahassee 32304 --------

Hendricks, William G.
207 W. Gaines St., Rm. 210
Tallahassee 32304


Herrell, W. C.
355 Westward Drive
Miami Springs 33168 --------

Herrell, William C., Jr.
700 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 ----------

Herrell, William C., Jr.
700 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 ----------

Herrell, William C., Jr.
700 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 ----------

Herrell, William C., Jr.
700 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 -. .

Herrell, William C., Jr.
700 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 -----.



Dade County Transit Authority
P. 0. Box 887
Miami ------ ------------------------ -------.

Volusia-Flagler Women's Political Caucus
202 Royal Dunes Boulevard
Ormond Beach ----------------------.. ..........

Department of State
Division of Cultural Affairs
The Capitol
Tallahassee ------------------------------- -----..

Palm Beach County
Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
425 First Street
West Palm Beach --------------- --- -.......

Florida Association of Court Clerks
P. 0. Box 1457
Tallahassee ------------------- ---- --- -...

Florida Retired Teachers Association
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee- ---- -----------.

Division of Community Colleges
523 Knott Building
Tallahassee ----------------------------

State University System
207 West Gaines St., Rm. 210
Tallahassee --- ------------ ----- -----....

Florida Division American Greyhound
Track Owners
duPont Building
Miami -------------- ....-. ............

Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
Executive Office
St. Louis, Missouri -------- ---------.. ....-..

Florida Apartment Owners Association
211 Jamestown Drive
Winter Park -----------..------.- .....

Florida Nursing Home Association
821 North Highland Avenue
Orlando-----------------

General Steel Industries, Inc.
P. 0. Box 4366
St. Louis, Mo. ---------...............

The Associates
1700 Mishawaka Avenue
South Bend, Indiana ------..... ,



Transportation



Equal rights amendment




Cultural affairs




Palm Beach County


Circuit court clerks &
other court clerks


Affecting retired public employees
& other elderly persons



Higher education



Higher education




Pari-Mutuel



Alcoholic beverage



All affecting the industry



All affecting the industry



All affecting the industry



All affecting the industry



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Herrell, William C., Jr.
700 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32801 --- --- ----

Hilton, Dale J.
1520 Lee Street
Ft. Myers 33902 .... ...------- --

Hitt, Edd T.
132 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando 32801 -----------------

Hodges, Randolph
Larson Building
Tallahassee 32304 --------

Hoffman, Lawrence E.
P. 0. Box 8147
West Palm Beach 33407--

Hoffman, Robert M.
P. 0. Box 7196
Ft. Lauderdale 33304 .----------

Holcom, T. E.
P. 0. Box 1626
Lakeland 33802 --------------

Hollahan, Dick
P. 0. Box 4087'
Tallahassee 32303 --------------

Hollahan, Dick
P. 0. Box 4087
Tallahassee 32303 --------

Holliday, Pat
1031 Hendrix Avenue
Jacksonville 32207 -------

Hooks, Homer
P. O. Box 1626
Lakeland 33802 --------- .

Hopping, Wade L.
242 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 -------

Hopping, Wade L.
242 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 -------


Hopping, Wade L.
242 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 .... .

Hopping, Wade L.
242 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 -. .



Florida Chiropractic Association
Suite 7, 1216 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando ----_--------- ------.-



United Telephone Company of Florida
P. 0. Box 370
Ft. Myers ---.---------__ -- ---------

Mental Health Association of Florida, Inc.
132 E. Colonial Drive
Orlando ------------ ---------------

Department of Natural Resources
Larson Building
Tallahassee ------------- --------

Professional Fire Fighters of Florida
P. 0. Box 8147
West Palm Beach ------- ----- ---

Florida Magazine Association, Inc.
Route 3, Box 65
Melbourne Beach --------------- -------

Florida Phosphate Council
P. 0. Box 1626
Lakeland ------ ---- --- -------

Pediatricians
P. 0. Box 4087
Tallahassee --- _- ____-- --

Florida Roofing, A-C & Sheet
Metal Association
Lakeland -- ---------



Self--- ----------

Florida Phosphate Council, Inc.
P. 0. Box 1626
Lakeland --- -- ---- --- -- --------

General Development Corporation
1111 South Bayshore Drive
Miami -- --------------------------

Punta Gorda Isles, Inc.
1625 West Marion Avenue
Punta Gorda ..---..----------------- -------------

Florida Society of Professional Land
Surveyors
901 N. E. 20th Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale --.------ --------------

ITT Community Development Corporation
28 West Flagler Street
Miami .............--------- ...........-------.---



All related to the healing arts



General



Mental health



Natural resources



All pertaining to fire fighters



Magazines


All tax bills & regulatory
pertaining to industry



Medical services for children


Construction & contractor
licensing



Equal rights amendment



Phosphate industry



All pertaining to the Corporation



All pertaining to the Corporation




All pertaining to the Corporation



All pertaining to the Corporation



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Horkan, Thomas A., Jr.
P. 0. Box 1571
Tallahassee 32302 --------

Horn, W. S.
P. 0. Box 896
Palmetto 33561- ...--- --..........-----

Howard, Ray E.
1117 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee 32303 --------------

Howell, C. C.
920 Main Street
Jacksonville 32202 --

Hudson, David M.
2100 M Street, N.W.
Washington, D. C. 20006 -------

Huey, J. Michael
P. 0. Box 1169
Tallahassee 32302 ---- ---

Huey, J. Michael
P. 0. Box 1169
Tallahassee 32302----------

Huff, Earl S.
920 Main Street
Jacksonville 32202 ----

Humble, Patricia I.
1529 Rankin Avenue
Tallahassee 32304 --- ----

Hunt, Richard P.
7618 Hanley Road
Tampa 33614 ------------

Hyde, Bolivar F., Jr.
P. 0. Box 174
Lakeland 33802---- -----

Hyde, Bolivar F., Jr.
P. 0. Box 174
Lakeland 33802 ..----------

Hyde, Bolivar F., Jr.
P. 0. Box 174
Lakeland 33802 ------- --

Icardi, Dario J.
P. 0. Box 879
Winter Park 32789

Inman, Jack C.
401 S. Rosalind
Orlando 32802 -------



Florida Catholic Conference, Inc.
P. 0. Box 1571
Tallahassee ------------ ---. ---

Florida Osteopathic Medical Association
P. 0. Box 896
Palmetto----------

Florida Parole & Probation Commission
1117 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee ---- --- ------------

Carpenters Local Union 627
920 Main Street
Jacksonville -----------------------

Common Cause
2100 M Street, N.W.
Washington, D. C. ------- -- ----

Florida Dental Association
P. 0. Box 18105
Tampa---------- -----------

Florida Association of A.I.A.
7100 N. Kendall Drive
Miami ---- ----- ----

Carpenters Local Union 627
920 Main Street
Jacksonville---- ---



Self -----------



Self

Florida Road Builders Association, Inc.
P. O. Box 1208
Tallahassee --------

Florida Prestressed Concrete Association
P. 0. Box 174
Lakeland --------

Florida Concrete Pipe Institute, Inc.
P. 0. Box 174
Lakeland ------ ---- ---

Orange County Civic Facilities Authority
Orange County Courthouse
Orlando----_-------------------

Corporate Group Service, Inc.
401 South Rosalind
Orlando ---------------- ___



Health; Welfare; Education



All affecting osteopathic medicine



Parole & probation corrections



All affecting labor



Equal rights amendment



Dental



Architecture



All affecting labor



Equal rights amendment



General



General; Construction



General; Construction



General; Construction



Resort tax bill



Workmen's compensation;
Insurance



--



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December 1, 1972



Ivory, R. E.
P. 0. Box 1696
Tallahassee 32302 -------

Jackson, Charles E.
304 Carlton Building
Tallahassee 32304 -.----

Jackson, Grady
611 East Highway 98
Panama City 32401 _-

Jacobs, Joseph C.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302--------

Jacobs, Joseph C.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302 --------

Jacobs, Joseph C.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302-------

Jacobs, Joseph C.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302 ---------

Jacobs, Joseph C.
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302-------- ----

James, Deborah
2430 Claro Drive
Jacksonville 32211--------------

Jeffries, David D.
513 N. Mills Avenue
Orlando 32803 --- ...... .

Jensen, Chris L.
111 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32301 --- ------...

Johnson, Delbert L.
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee 32301 .. ......

Johnson, Frances A.
8293 East Club Road
Boca Raton 33432 --------..-----

Johnson, Tom C.
"P. 0. Box 3607
Tallahassee 32302

Joiner, William A.
P. O. Box 556
Mulberry 33860 .........



Florida Forestry Association
P. 0. Box 1696
Tallahassee --- --

Department of Business Regulation
304 Carlton Building
Tallahassee --- .... ------- .-- .

Panama City Fire Department
611 East Highway 98
Panama City ....--------.----------- ..

Florida Association of Broadcasters
4th Floor, Stadium Building
Gainesville ............ ..----------..............

Florida Institute of CPA's
P. 0. Box 13455
Gainesville ----- ----------------------------

Florida Dredging Association
P. 0. Box 13228
Tampa ------------.

Grand Union Company
100 Broadway
East Paterson, N. J. -..--.----- ----.--

Florida Radio & Television Association
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee ----------- -----------------------------

National Organization for Women
P. 0. Box 8590
Jacksonville -------- ----------------

Florida Automobile Dealers Association
513 North Mills Avenue
Orlando --- -------- ---------------------.

Florida Petroleum Council
111 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee ----------------------------

Communications Workers of America
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee ----- ------ --- -- -



Self -. -- ----

Florida Association of Insurance Agents
P. O. Box 3607
Tallahassee--------.--...-.-.-

Joint Council No. 1, ICWU
P. O. Box 556
Mulberry



All pertaining to forestry



Legislation proposed by & affecting
the Department



Fire & emergency services



General



General



General



General



General



Equal rights amendment


Franchised automobile &
truck dealers


All pertaining to the petroleum
industry



Organized labor



Equal rights amendment



Insurance



Labor



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Joiner, William A.
P. 0. Box 556
Mulberry 33860 -------- -------

Jones, A. Ridgely
1515 North Westshore Boulevard
Tampa 33607 -----------

Jones, Carol G.
2000 N. Meridian Road
Tallahassee 32303 ---_____-

Jones, Mrs. Dorothy
8301 S.W. 152 Street
Miami 33157 ------- --

Jones, Grover C.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 ..--....... ...-----------

Jones, J. McHenry
703-5 South Palafox Street
Pensacola 32502 -- -----

Jones, J. Penrod
2233 Lee Road
Winter Park 32789

Jones, Richard W.
710 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 ---- --

Jones, Robert P.
330 South Adams Street
Tallahassee 32301-

Jones, Wilbur E.
P. 0. Box 1389
Tallahassee 32302- --

Jones, Wilbur E.
P. 0. Box 1389
Tallahassee 32302 --- --

Jones, Wilbur E.
P. 0. Box 1389
Tallahassee 32302---------



Jones, Wilbur E.
P. 0. Box 1389
Tallahassee 32302 --- ----

Karousatos, Fotis N.
7100 North Kendall Drive
Miami 33156 .. ...-----------_

Keane, John J.
P. O. Box 9258
Jacksonville 32208 ... ........--------



ICWU Local 33
P. 0. Box 556
Mulberry-------------- --------

AAA Clubs in Florida
1515 North Westshore Boulevard
Tampa-



Self ----------_-----_-_---
Self

Women for Responsible Legislation
Box 33
Miami --------- ------------ ----

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee ------- ---

St. Regis Paper Company
150 East 42nd Street
New York, N. Y------------------- ---

Printing Industries of Florida
2233 Lee Road
Winter Park ------

Florida Power & Light Company
P. 0. Box 3100
Miami -------------

Southeastern Fisheries Association
330 South Adams Street
Tallahassee ------- ---


Gulfstream Park
Hallandale ---------- ---

The Soap & Detergent Association
475 Park Avenue, South at 32nd Street
New York, N. Y. --------------

Florida CATRALA
P. 0. Box 1389
Tallahassee --------------

Crane Family Interest
c/o John G. McKay, Jr.
Dade Federal Savings Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami --- --------- --------

Florida Association of A.I.A.
7100 North Kendall Drive
Miami -------_ _..._

Jacksonville Association of Fire Fighters
211 East Forsyth Street
Jacksonville -.-----------------



Labor



Motorist



Equal rights amendment



Equal rights amendment




Transportation



Southern counsel



Printing



Utilities


Salt water fisheries &
conservation



All affecting industry



All affecting industry



Car & truck rental




Land & development
problems


Architecture; Construction; Land &
water management


Collective bargaining for public
employees; Employee benefits



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Keawe, Gertrude
833 Christy Court
Pensacola 32508 ------ ---

Keenan, Mrs. Sally A.
8554 Haverhill Street
Jacksonville 32211 ------------------------

Keller, 0. J., Jr.
311 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee 32304------- ------

Kelly, H. J.
513 Larson Building
Tallahassee 32304 ........--- ----------------

Kelly, Richard F.
Department of Agriculture &
Consumer Services
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 -------------------------

Kelly, Robert J.
1181/2 E. Jefferson Street
Tallahassee 32304 --------------------

Kelly, Robert J.
1181/2 E. Jefferson Street
Tallahassee 32304 ---------------------

Kelly, Robert J.
1181/2 E. Jefferson Street
Tallahassee 32304 ----

Kelly, Robert J.
1181% E. Jefferson St.
Tallahassee 32304 ..--..----------

Kennerly, Arthur G., Jr.
219 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee 32301------------

Kenney, Lawrence L.
3316 Pan American Drive
Miami 33133 ---------

Kergosien, Gregory G.
1554 North Springs Drive
Dunwoody, Ga. 30338 ----------

Kirchhaine, W. F.
2865 Boca Ciega Drive, North
St. Petersburg 33710 --------

Klein, Herbert M.
328 Carlton Building
Tallahassee 32304---- .--

Knight, Deloras A.
7831-44th Street, North
Pinellas Park 33565 --- .......



National Organization for Women
833 Christy Court
Pensacola-- ...........------........---....... ------.....-----.......--

National Organization for Women
Box 8430
Jacksonville ----------.............--- --------.........--

DHRS, Division of Youth Services
311 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee ---- .-----.------.........-.............-----

Department of Natural Resources
513 Larson Building
Tallahassee ......---------................. ----



Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
The Capitol
Tallahassee ---------------- -

American Heritage Life Insurance Company
11 East Forsyth Street
Jacksonville ----------.... .....--- ---

Florida Association of Realtors
121 North Eola Drive
Orlando ....... .......---------------------- ----------

Gulf Life Insurance Company
P. 0. Box 1050
Jacksonville -----.........--------- --

Independent Life Insurance Company
P. 0. Box 629
Jacksonville .... ...

Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers
219 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee ------------------------------

Fire Fighters Standards Council
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee -----...------------- ------------

The Upjohn Company
7000 Portage Road
Kalamazoo, Michigan---- .----------. ..

Beneficial Management Corp. of America
Beneficial Building
Wilmington, Del. -------------------------

Department of Business Regulation
328 Carlton Building
Tallahassee .......... -.-.--. ,..

U.A.W.
7831-44th Street, North
Pinellas Park -------------------



Equal rights amendment



Equal rights amendment



All relating to the Division



Department of Natural Resources





Agriculture & consumer affairs



Insurance



Real property & environment



Insurance



Insurance

Court processes; Jury system;
Lawsuits; Insurance;
Consumer protection



Fire fighters



Health & welfare



Small loans; Finance



All affecting the Department



Labor; Ecology



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Knight, Willard T.
268 Larson Building
Tallahassee 32304 -- ------

Koechlin, Mary Beth
276 Ocean Boulevard
Atlantic Beach 32233



Koehler, William J.
5311 8th Avenue South
Gulfport 33707 ------_--

Koelemij, John J.
P. 0. Box 1212
Tallahassee 32302 ----------

Kohrman, E. N. (Woody)
610 Barnett Bank Building
Tallahassee 32301 -- --

Kromhout, Ora M.
206 Westminster Drive
Tallahassee 32304

Kyle, William C., Jr.
P. 0. Box 3168
Tallahassee 32303

Laden, Louis
434 Catalonia Avenue
Coral Gables 33134 _______

Lamb, W. Carroll
P. 0. Box 1696
Tallahassee 32304 ---____--|

L'Amoreaux, Ray G.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 ------

Landrum, Harry G.
118 East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee 32301 -

Landrum, Harry G.
118 East Jefferson Street
TaMahassee 32301 --------

Landrum, Harry G.
118% East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee 32301 --------

Landrum, Harry G.
118% East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee 32301

Lansing, Jane D.
P. 0. Box 2469
West Palm Beach 33405 ------.



State Fire Marshal
268 Larson Building
Tallahassee ---- ----- -------------

Duval County Women's Political Caucus
276 Ocean Boulevard
Atlantic Beach ------------------

Plumbers & Fitters Local 111
1827 1st Avenue, South
St. Petersburg ------ ---------- -

Florida Home Builders Association
P. 0. Box 1259
Tallahassee ---------- --------------

General Telephone Company of Florida
P. 0. Box 110
Tampa -------------------

League of Women Voters of Florida
1310 West Colonial Drive
Orlando ---------- ----------------

Florida Parole & Probation Commission
P. 0. Box 3168
Tallahassee -----------

Dade County Laundry & Dry Cleaners Association
434 Catalonia Avenue
Coral Gables

Florida Forestry Association
P. 0. Box 1696
Tallahassee --- ---------

Department of Transportation
Division of Planning & Programming
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee

American Insurance Association
3445 Peachtree Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Ga. -------------

Florida Optometric Association
307 Park Lake Circle
Orlando ---- ---

Florida Premium Finance Association
118% East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee--------------------

Florida Surety Agents Association
118% East Jefferson Street
Tallahassee --------- ----...

Florida School Food Service
439 North Monroe Street
Tallahassee -------- ..-----__ ...



Food service for schools



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Fire service



Equal rights amendment



Labor (organized); Education



Building industry



Public utilities



General


Parole & probation,
corrections



Laundry-dry cleaning



All pertaining to forestry




All affecting the Department



Insurance



Optometry; Health care



Finance; Insurance; Banking


Surety; Insurance; Criminal
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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



December 1, 1972



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Lauer, Carol F.
Florida State Library
Supreme Court Building
Tallahassee 32304-

Lee, James H., Jr.
510 East 14 Street
Sanford 32771 -------------

Lee, John C.
P. 0. Box 784
Tallahassee 32302- ----

Lee, Robert C.
P. 0. Drawer 1207
Clewiston 33440

Lee, Robert F.
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee 32304 ---- ---

Lee, Walter R., Jr.
P. O. Box 297
Gainesville 32601 --------

Lee, Walter R., Jr.
P. 0. Box 297
Gainesville 32601 -----------

Lent, C. Eugene, Jr.
1906 Lee Road
Orlando 32810 ----- -------

Levinson, Courtney D.
P. 0. Box 44-607
Miami 33144 ----------

Levinson, Thomas B.
P. 0. Box 44-607
Miami 33144 ---------------

Levy, Larry E.
State Comptroller
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ----------

LeWinter, Renee'
19 Woodhaven Drive
West Palm Beach 33406 -----

Lewis, A. J.
910 Maplewood Drive
Tallahassee 32303 ---------

Lewis, H. R.
415 South Ingraham Avenue
Lakeland 33802 ---------..--.

Lewis, Richard L.
P. O. Box 2148
Orlando 32802 -.-. ..



Florida State Library
Supreme Court Building
Tallahassee --------.......--------------------

United Transportation Union
15401 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio ---------------------------

Associated Industries of Florida
P. O. Box 784
Tallahassee ----------------------------

United States Sugar Corp.
P. 0. Drawer 1207
Clewiston -------------..------------------

Florida Education Association
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee ..----------------------



Fuilgas Incorporated
P. 0. Box 297



Libraries



Labor



General



General



Education



Maitland --------------------------- Safety; Public welfare



Florida LP Gas Association
540 South Maitland Avenue
Maitland -----------------------------

Florida Engineering Society
1906 Lee Road
Orlando-------------------

Flagler, Dade & Miami Memorial Parks
P. 0. Box 44-607
Miami --- .---------- ----------------------------

Flagler, Dade & Miami Memorial Parks
P. 0. Box 44-607
Miami-------------------- ---- -----------


State Comptroller
The Capitol
Tallahassee -- ---------------

Florida Women's Political Caucus
19 Woodhaven Drive
West Palm Beach ------------------


St. Joe Paper Company
Port St. Joe----------------------------

Cities Transit Incorporated
415 South Ingraham Avenue
Lakeland ----------- ----------

Florida National Guard
P. 0. Box 2148
Orlando----------------------------------



L.P. gas regulation



Engineering



Cemetery industry



Cemetery industry




All affecting the Department



Equal rights amendment



All



Transportation taxes



Florida National Guard



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Lewis, Richard L.
P. O. Box 2148
Orlando 32802 -----------

Linn, David
217 South Adams Street
Tallahassee 32301 --------------

Linn, David
217 South Adams Street
Tallahassee 32301 ------ --

Livingston, Gerald S.
P. 0. Box 879
Winter Park 32789 -------------

Lockhart, Charles A.
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami 33127----------------

Lofroos, William N.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304-

Logan, Dwight E.
1622 Ringling Boulevard
Sarasota 33577 ------------

Longstreth, James W.
1817 East University Avenue
Gainesville 32601

Longstreth, James W.
1817 East University Avenue
Gainesville 32601 ----------

Louchheim, Jerome H., III
405 East Carolina Street
Tallahassee 32302 ...-....... --

Lougee, Carolyn C.
2917 Lasswade
Tallahassee 32303 -----------

Lucey, Philip E.
Avenue G & 42 Street
Winter Haven 33880

MacMillan, Hugh
Office of the Governor
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ----------


McAllister, Jack
Division of Retardation
100 East Call Street
Tallahassee 32304- -------



Pest Control Industry
P. 0. Box 2148
Orlando -----------------------

Associated Credit Bureaus of Florida, Inc.
217 South Adams Street
Tallahassee ---......------------------------......

Florida Collectors Association
P. 0. Box 1135
Tallahassee ........-------------------

Orange County Civic Facilities Authority
Orange County Courthouse
Orlando--------------------- ------

Property Managers Association
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
Miami- --- ----

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee--- ------------------- ----

Suncoast Central UniServ
1622 Ringling Boulevard
Sarasota

Superintendents Association
1817 East University Avenue
Gainesville--------------

Alachua County Schools
1817 East University Avenue
Gainesville ---------------

Capital Communications, Inc.
405 East Carolina Street
Tallahassee ------------------

National Organization for Women
2917 Lasswade
Tallahassee

Old Florida Rum
Avenue G & 42 Street
Winter Haven-------


Office of the Governor
The Capitol
Tallahassee ----------------------............

Department of Health & Rehabilitative
Services
Division of Retardation
100 East Call Street
Tallahassee ......... ..-------------------....



Pest control



Collections



Collections



Resort tax bill


Real & personal property
taxes & rentals




All affecting the Department



Education



Education



Education



Tourism; Food; Beverage



Laws affecting women



All affecting the industry




General





Retardation



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,,



McCarty, John M
P. O0. Box 4412
Ft. Pierce 33450 --

McClane, T. K.
P. 0. Box 730
Gainesville 32601

McConaghey, W. Phil
621 S.W. 72 Avenue
Pembroke Pines 33866 .

McDaniel, James D.
353 Mid-Pines Road
Palm Springs 33460

McDaniel, W. T.
P. 0. Drawer 528
Jesup, Ga. 31545 ....

McDowell, Marjorie P.
8297 East Club Road
Boca Raton 33432

McFarlain, Richard C.
The Florida Bar
Tallahassee 32304


McGee, Wilson C.
P. 0. Box 3611
Orlando 32802 _

McHenry, Karen A.
1401 Royal Palm Way
Boca Raton 33432

McKinney, A. E., Jr.
326 West Call Street
Starke 32091---------

McKinnon, Joel L.
Farris Bryant Building
Tallahassee 32304-

McLean, Jack L., Jr.
118 North Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32301 ------

McWhirter, John W., Jr.
P. 0. Box 2150
Tampa 33601 -- -------..-----

McWhirter, John W., Jr.
P. O. Box 2150
Tampa 33601 ------

Mackall, W. B.
144 First Avenue South
St. Petersburg 33701-------



Sperry & Hutchinson Company
330 Madison Avenue
New York, N. Y. ---------------------

Florida Farm Bureau Federation
P. 0. Box 730
Gainesville _--_--


Port Everglades Authority
Port Everglades ---_-----

Taxpayers Palm Beach County
353 Mid-Pines Road
Palm Springs

ITT Rayonier Incorporated
P. 0. Drawer 528
Jesup, Ga. ____



Self


The Florida Bar
Tallahassee


United Growers & Shippers Association, Inc.
P. 0. Box 3611
Orlando --.--------------. ___-..._ _..-

Florida Youth Education Association
201 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee -------.-...- _...........---------

Florida Retail Liquor Dealers Association
326 West Call Street
Starke------ ----- ..-- ------

Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission
Farris Bryant Building
Tallahassee -------- ... .....-..--- ...... .-............. ....



Self ---- --------,----

Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers
219 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee --------------.---..... ---------.. .. ..

Monsanto Company
800 North Lindbergh Boulevard
St. Louis, Missouri _--_-- --

Veterans Affairs
144 First Avenue South
St. Petersburg _



Legal & trading stamps



Agriculture



Port bills



Taxes



Pulp & paper industry



Equal rights amendment


Pertaining to the legal
profession



Citrus; Agriculture; Citrus
labor



Education



Alcohol beverage industry



Game and fish laws



Equal rights amendment



Conservative legislation



Conservative legislation



Veterans benefits



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Madden, John W.
1117 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee 32303 --.....-- ------------

Madden, John W.
1117 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee 32303 ---------

Madigan, John A., Jr.
P. 0. Box 669
Tallahassee 32302 ------ --------


Madigan, John A., Jr.
P. 0. Box 669
Tallahassee 32302 -------------------

Madigan, John A., Jr.
P. 0. Box 669
Tallahassee 32302 ------------------

Magruder, Donald R.
201 South Bronough Street,
Suite 3
Tallahassee 32302 ..-..-------------

Mahon, Enid P.
1310 West Colonial Drive
Orlando 32804 ...----......-------------

laples, Eugene
209 Office Plaza
Tallahassee 32301 --------------

Iarchner, Russ
401 East First Avenue
Hialeah 33010 ------------

qVarkham, William
P. 0. Box 700
Ft. Lauderdale 33302 ----------


Iarrow, Joanne
FSU Psychology Department
Tallahassee 32306 --------------

/Iarsicano, Ralph A.
2307 West Kennedy Boulevard
Tampa 33609 ------------

lartin, Michael D.
P. 0. Box 117
Lakeland 33802 ....

martin, William L.
3445 Peachtree Road, N.E.
Suite 910
Atlanta, Georgia 30326 ------



Mental Health
1117 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee .... .... ---------...------------...

Parole & Probation Commission
1117 Thomasville Road
Tallahassee -------------_--_

Florida Sheriffs Association
P. 0. Box 1487
Tallahassee -----------

Florida Mobile Home & Recreation
Vehicle Association
4212 El Prado Boulevard
Tampa -------------------- ----

Florida Land Association
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach --- -- -------


Florida School Boards Association, Inc.
201 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee ---------- -----

League of Women Voters of Florida
4129 S.W. 2nd Avenue
Gainesville -------

Florida Petroleum Marketers Assoc.
209 Office Plaza
Tallahassee ...--- .......---------------------

City of Hialeah
City Hall
Hialeah------------------

Tax Assessors Association of Florida
P. 0. Box 700
Ft. Lauderdale--- ..----------- -- --------

Tallahassee & FSU Women's Cultural &
Educational Center
212 Mabry
Tallahassee ------------------------------

Florida League of Cities, Inc.
P. 0. Box 2744
Tallahassee ....------------------------------


Rockaway Corporation
Rockaway, New Jersey ...-------------

American Insurance Association
3445 Peachtree Road, N.E.
Suite 910
Atlanta, Georgia .



Mental health



Corrections



Law enforcement




Mobile homes



Land sales & development




School boards



General



Affecting petroleum; Taxes



Governmental



Taxation




Equal rights amendment



Local units of government



Sales tax




All affecting insurers



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Martinez, Bob
4505 North Rome Avenue
Tampa 33603 -------

Maseda, Marcelo
Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ------.........

Mason, Olin J.
P. 0. Box 1329



Sebring 33870 ------ -----.--------

Mathews, John E., Jr.
1530 American Heritage
Life Building
Jacksonville 32202 ---.

Mattingly, John B.
P. 0. Box 817
DeLand 32720 ------ -

*Mautz, Robert B.
107 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee 32304 ---------

Mawhinney, Burrel J.
Office of the Comptroller
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 -----------


Melton, Alice B.
1240 North Monroe Street
Tallahassee 32301 -------

Merritt, G. L., Jr.
311 S. Calhoun Street
Tallahassee 32304---- ------

Merritt, R. H.
314 South Baylen Street
Pensacola 32502 ------.-------. -

Messer, James E., Esquire
P. O. Box 1876
Tallahassee 32302 ------...------

Michaels, Burton M.
P. 0. Box 2744
Tallahassee 32304 .... ---....- ...---

Mikell, Harold K.
Division of Forestry
Collins Building
Tallahassee 32304-----------



"* Officer of a small relatively inactive corporation in which Representative Donald Tucker is also an officer.



Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association
4505 North Rome Avenue
Tampa -- ------- -........- ..-..-


Department of State
The Capitol
Tallahassee -- -----------------

Florida Association of Homes for the Aging
P. O. Box 1329
Sebring -------


State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance
Company
Bloomington, Illinois ..-.--------.------------

Florida School Board Members Association
P. 0. Box 817
DeLand --------- .---- ---- -

State University System of Florida
107 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee ------ -----------

Office of the Comptroller
Department of Banking & Finance
The Capitol
Tallahassee -------------------------------




Self --------------- --- ---

DHRS, Division of Youth Services
311 S. Calhoun Street
Tallahassee --------_ ------------ ---

Lawyers Title Guaranty Fund
32 East Gore Street
Orlando------------- ---- -------

Arvida Corporation
1501 First National Bank Bldg.
Miami ---.----------------

Florida League of Cities, Inc.
P. 0. Box 2744
Tallahassee ...................... -------------------


Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
Collins Building
Tallahassee ----------__-.----- __



Education; Non-profit housing




Secretary of State



Services to the elderly




General insurance



School & public law



Higher education



All pertaining to the Department;
State reorganization




Cosmetology



All matters relating to the Division



Land title insurance

Environmental pollution control;
Natural resources; Dredge &
fill



Municipal matters




All pertaining to forest resources



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Mills, Craig
725 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee 32304

Mills, Ellen S.
207 S.E. 6th Street
Ft. Lauderdale 33301

Mincey, Floyd E.
108 S.E. 6th Street
Ft. Lauderdale 33301 ......................------

Miner, Barbara
2525 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami 33133 ....--------...........................----------

Minerva, Karen S.
1951-52 N. Meridian
Tallahassee 32303 .............-----.........

Mitchell, Harry H.
P. O. Box 806
Tallahassee 32302 .................--------

Mitchell, Prentiss R.
3200 34th Street South
St. Petersburg 33713 -8----

Mohr, Lillian H.
Sandels Building
Florida State University
Tallahassee 32306 ...............---------


Moldenhauer, Thomas JI
P. 0. Box 37
Melbourne 32901 --------...------........

Monahan, Jack F., Jr.
P. 0. Box 6905
Orlando 32803 -----------

Monahan, Lynn H.
903 Woodland Drive
Tallahassee 32301 --..---------------------

Moore, Leland C.
675 Ponce de Leon Avenue N.E.
Atlanta, Ga. 30308 -------------.........

Moore, Phyllis
2200 Lazy Lane
Ft. Lauderdale 33305 ------

Moore, Rose B.
437 West 6th Avenue
Tallahassee 32303------- -

Moore, Rose B.
437 West 6th Avenue
Tallahassee 32303 .... ..



Department of Health & Rehabilitative Services
725 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee


City of Plantation
Plantation

Florida Surety Agents Association
108 S.E. 6th Street
Ft. Lauderdale ---- --------------------

American Kidney Fund of Florida, Inc.
2525 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami--------------_ ---------

League of Women Voters of Florida
1310 West Colonial Drive
Orlando----------------------------

American Reciprocal Insurance Association
P. 0. Box 13165
Kansas City, Missouri ------- --

Allstate Insurance Company
3200 34th Street South
St. Petersburg -----_____---




Self ----- ---------------------

Radiation



Division of Harris-Intertype Corporation
P. 0. Box 37
Melbourne---- -------------------- ----

Florida Hospital Association, Inc.
P. 0. Box 6905
Orlando ...----------



Self ---------------- _----- -

Sears Roebuck & Company
675 Ponce de Leon Avenue, N.E.
Atlanta, Ga. ........ ...........---------------------....

Florida Conservative Union
1040 Bayview Drive
Ft. Lauderdale ..................................................-..

National Leon County Senior Citizens
437 West 6th Avenue
Tallahassee------.------ --------------

Senior Citizens
437 West 6th Avenue
Tallahassee ------------



Vocational rehabilitation



All pertaining to the city


Criminal justice & judiciary
surety industry


Kidney, kidney disease &
transplant



General



Insurance



Safety insurance



Consumer protection; Status
of women



Taxes; Business regulation
measures


Health; Insurance; Business;
Taxes



Women's rights



Credit & general retailing



Equal rights amendment



People 45 & over



Senior citizens



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Moore, Thelma E.
362 Valley Forge Road
West Palm Beach 33405 ---..- -

Moore, Thelma E.
362 Valley Forge Road
West Palm Beach 33405 -- ------

Moorhead, T. B.
P. 0. Box 695
Biscayne Annex
Miami 33152 ..-------- ------

Morgan, Herbert F.
P. 0. Box 1542
Tallahassee 32302 .-------------

Morgan, Penny
P. 0. Box 492
Coral Gables 33134 ...... ---

Morrison, A. W., Jr.
P. 0. Box 210
Jacksonville 32201 ------ ------

Morrow, Lola H.
9130 S.W. 77th Avenue
Apartment D-7
Miami 33156 ---------------

Moss, Elizabeth L.
3601 Horatio Street
Tampa 33609 --------------------------

Moss, Mary Lou
3601 Horatio Street
Tampa 33609 --------------------------

Moylan, Joseph J.
827 Hartford Building
Atlanta, Ga. 80303 ---------

Muhr, Franklin G.
9440 Montego Bay Drive
Miami 33157 ----- ------

Murray, Mrs. Margaret C.
1516 Gattis Drive
Orlando 32807 -----------------------

Nafis, John B.
313 First Street
West Palm Beach 33401 -- ---

Naser, Diane E.
861 Mason Avenue
Daytona Beach 32017

Neel, Robert G.
P. O. Box 15641
Orlando 32808 ........ --- --.---. .



Florida Federation of B.P.W. Club
362 Valley Forge Road
West Palm Beach ---- ---.................--...........



Self ----------------------------------------------.. ......._---........


Retail Grocers Association of Florida, Inc.
P. 0. Box 695, Biscayne Annex
Miami ------ -- -

Florida Association for Retarded Children
P. 0. Box 1542
Tallahassee .......- -------.__ -- ---- .. ..

Women in Florida
P. 0. Box 492
Coral Gables --.--. ----.---. ...- -------

Florida Division of Health
P. 0. Box 210
Jacksonville---.--- ----------------


Women in Florida
9130 S.W. 77th Avenue, Apt. D-7
Miami ----...-- .. ...---------------.



Self .--.---..-. --- .....



Self ------. ----- -----. ----------

Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Association
827 Hartford Building
Atlanta, Ga .--- ---- ------------ -

Dade County Association of Fire Fighters
9440 Montego Bay Drive
Miami --------- -----.----.----.--- --......---

General Public
1516 Gattis Drive
Orlando ----------------------------------------..--......

Division of Health
313 First Street
West Palm Beach .....-..-.....------.. .. ... ..
Florida Air Conditioning Contractors Association
861 Mason Avenue
Daytona Beach ...... -- ....---........-.......

Florida Cemetery Association
P. O. Box 15641
Orlando ..- ----.... .....-..-.....-... ....



Equal rights amendment



Equal rights amendment




Retail & wholesale foods



Mental retardation



All legislation



All pertaining to public health




All concerning women



Against equal rights amendment



Against equal rights amendment



Motor vehicles



Fire fighters

All legislation-Emphasis on
Education; Local
government



Health bills



Air conditioning, licenses & codes



Cemetery & direct selling



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Nelson, Fred
1901 North Halifax Drive
Daytona Beach 32018-----------

Nelson, Fred
1901 North Halifax Drive
Daytona Beach 32018

Nietmann, John J., Jr.
277 Park Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10017 ------

Norman, Wallace
110 S. E. River Drive
Ft. Lauderdale 33301 -----------

Nugent, Thomas N.
P. 0. Box 2253
Tallahassee 32304 --------------

Nunn, Lawrence J.
901 Evernia Street
West Palm Beach 33402 -----

Oakley, Roland C.
827 North Florida Avenue
Lakeland 33801 -----------------

O'Connor, Thomas J.
P. 0. Box 2192
Tampa 33601 ------------------

Odom, F. Perry
305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee 32302 --------------

O'Farrell, Dr. Michael J.
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee 32304 --------------

Oliva, Dr. Marcelino
510 East Church Avenue
Dade City 33515 ---------------


Olsen, William S.
4212 El Prado Boulevard
Tampa 33609 --- ------ -- -

O'Malley, Charles J.
P. 0. Box 1571
Tallahassee 32302 ----.....----------

O'Neal, Don
P. 0. Box 590
Tallahassee 32302- -^-----

Ott, T. Truett
1625 Exchange National Bank
Building
610 Florida Avenue
Tampa 33602 ..---......-------------



Havatampa Cigar Corporation
Tampa-- ------------------------

Castleton Industries
Racetrack Road
Pompano Beach

Life Insurance Association of America
277 Park Avenue
New York, N.Y. --- --. -----

State Board of Cosmetology
725 South Bronough Street
Tallahassee ----- ------------

Mobile Home Industries
P. 0. Box 2253
Tallahassee --

Central & Southern Florida Flood Control District
901 Evernia Street
West Palm Beach -_-----._.--

Disabled American Veterans
827 North Florida Avenue
Lakeland---------

Tampa Port Authority
P. 0. Box 2192
Tampa---------------------

Florida Home Builders Association
407 East Jefferson
Tallahassee ----- ----------

Florida Education Association
208 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee ------------------------


Florida Osteopathic Medical Association
Palmetto ---------- ------------- --

Florida Mobilehome & Recreational
Vehicle Association
4212 El Prado Boulevard
Tampa------------------- ------ ---

Florida Catholic Conference
P. 0. Box 1571
Tallahassee --------- -------------

Florida Electric Cooperatives Association
P. 0. Box 590
Tallahassee --- ---- ------------- ---



Distilled Spirits Wholesalers of Florida, Inc.
Holiday Inn Downtown
Tallahassee---------------------



All affecting client



All affecting client



Life & disability insurance



Cosmetology



Mobile home & manufactured housing



Water management



Veterans



Ports & port authority



Construction industry



Education; Finance; Tax



Education & health




Mobilehome & recreational vehicle



Education; General



Utilities




Affecting alcoholic beverage
industry



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Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Overton, Ben F.
400 Judicial Building
545 First Avenue, North
St. Petersburg 33701------------

Owens, John T.
P. 0. Box 184
Chattahoochee 32324 ..-.........-.--

Pacetti, Madison F.
324 Royal Palm Way
Palm Beach 33480 ----- -----

Pacetti, Madison F.
324 Royal Palm Way
Palm Beach 33480 ..--------------

Pacetti, Madison F.
824 Royal Palm Way
Palm Beach 33480 -------

Pagels, Gerrard L.
1622 Ringling Boulevard
Sarasota 33577 _------------

Palmer, George E.
P. 0. Box 954
Tallahassee 32302 ------ ------.

Palmer, George E.
P. 0. Box 954
Tallahassee 32302 --------..--

Palmer, George E.
P. O. Box 954
Tallahassee 32302-------- ---

Palmer, Marie J.
7351 Belle Meade Island Drive
Miami 33138 --------- ---

Parish, V. James T.
2151 N. Meridian Street
Tallahassee 32301--------------

Parker, Marion
P. 0. Box 861
Tallahassee 32302 ----------......

Parker, Marion
P. 0. Box 861



Tallahassee 32302 ----------------.



Parker, Marion
P. 0. Box 861
Tallahassee 32302

Parmelee, Gilbert
Route 2, Box 65
DeFuniak Springs 32433



Conference of Circuit Judges
400 Judicial Building
545 First Avenue, North
St. Petersburg -------- -----------

Florida Peace Officers' Association, Inc.
P. 0. Box 86
St. Augustine---------------------------

Acme Drainage District
324 Royal Palm Way
Palm Beach--.---------------- ---------

East County Water Control District
324 Royal Palm Way
Palm Beach -- ---------------

St. Johns Drainage District
324 Royal Palm Way
Palm Beach ....---------- ----------

Sarasota County Teachers Association
2420 Arlington Street
Sarasota ..

Florida Association of Health Underwriters
P. 0. Box 954
Tallahassee ---- --------- .--- --------

Health Insurance Society of Florida
P. 0. Box 954
Tallahassee ..... ..... ------- -......---

Gabor & Company, Inc.
1492 West Flagler Street
Miami ---- -----------------

Miami Council of Catholic Women
6301 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami ----- ------------...--..



Self -------- ......----.---- ...- ..


Automatic Voting Machine Corporation
Jamestown, N.Y. ....--------------------

Florida Employment Association
P. 0. Box 861
Tallahassee -------- --..------ -------

Florida Public Defenders
P. O. Box 861
Tallahassee .. .. .

Health Defenders Incorporated
P. O. Box 536



Crestview --------------- ----------------



Judges



Law enforcement officers


Drainage & water management
law


Drainage & water management
law


Drainage & water management
law



Education


Health education; Public
safety


Health education; Public
safety


Health education; Public
safety



Against equal rights amendment



Education; General



Elections



Private employment agencies



General



Oil & gas; Foods & water



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Parrish, Bernie, Jr.
Office of the Governor
The Capitol
Tallahassee 32304 ------------

Parrott, Joseph R. Jr.
P. 0. Box 8046
Jacksonville 32211 ---------

Parry, Robert L.
2001-18th Street West
Bradenton 33505 ---------


Partin, John J.
P. 0. Box 3147
Tallahassee 32303 -------------

Patronis, John
P. 0. Drawer 1670
Panama City 32401 ---------

Patterson, R. Y., Jr.
Florida Gas Building
P. O. Box 44
Winter Park 32789 -------


Patton, Vincent D.
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee 32301---------


Peacock, C. A. "Pete", Jr.
P. 0. Box 768
Miami 33144 ------------

Peacock, C. A. "Pete", Jr.
P. 0. Box 768
Miami 33144 -------- ---- -.

Peacock, 0. L., Jr.
Route 3, Box 451T
Ft. Pierce 33450 ------ ----------

Pearson, James A.
351 N.W. 40th Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale 33313 --------

Pelham, Billy G.
588 Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304

Phillips, Barbara
P. 0. Box 2073
Tallahassee 32304 .

Phillips, Robert E.
P. O. Box 18020
Jacksonville 32229 -



Office of the Governor
The Capitol
Tallahassee ------------- .. --------------..

Florida State Chamber of Commerce
P. 0. Box 8046
Jacksonville -------...---------.....--

Presbyterian Homes of the Synod of Florida
2001 18th Street West
Bradenton .....--------------------------- .

Southern Bell Telephone and
Telegraph Company
P. 0. Box 1471
Miami -------------------- ------



Self ----------------------------- -----

Florida Gas Company
Florida Gas Building
P. 0. Box 44
Winter Park ----------------------


Department of Pollution Control
2562 Executive Center Circle, East
Tallahassee -----------------------------

Engineering Contractors Association of
South Florida
220 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables ------ -------------------

Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission
620 South Meridian Street
Tallahassee ---- ---- ------------

Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission
620 South Meridian Street
Tallahassee --------------------------

Broward Classroom Teachers Association
351 N.W. 40th Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale ----------------

Department of Transportation
588 Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee------------------ -----

Children of Leon County & Florida
P. O. Box 2073
Tallahassee--.--------------------

St. Regis Paper Company
P. O. Box 18020
Jacksonville -------..... -- -----.......---....... -...-----... -........



Taxes



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General



Non-profit homes for the aging




Communications



Self




All affecting gas company




Pollution control




Engineering



Game & fresh water fish



Conservation



Education




All affecting the Department



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Pitman, Alyne M.
P. 0. Box 177
Marianna 32446 -.---- ---- -

Potter, Susan
511 N. Woodward #32
Tallahassee 32304 ........... ....... ........

Powers, James B.
P. 0. Box 960
Tallahassee 32302----- --------

Proctor, Palmer
P. 0. Box 391
Tallahassee 32302 -------.---...-------

Putney, Jeanie T.
4608 Datura
Tampa 33401 -------

Putney, Louis W.
725 East Kennedy
Tampa 33602 ---

Quehl, Thomas M., M.D.
5039 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg 33710

Quehl, Thomas M., M.D.
5039 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg 33710 --- --

Quehl, Thomas M., M.D.
5039 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg 33710 ---- ----

Range, M. Athalie
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee 32301

Rasmussen, Gladys W.
3329 N.W. 11 Street
Miami 33125-------------



Reading, Sadie
P. O. Box 210
Jacksonville 32210----------

Reber, F. Fred
7339 Twin Branch Road
Atlanta, Ga. 30328 ------

Reed, Robert R.
6917 Beach Boulevard
Jacksonville 32216 -------------

Reilly, Louis J.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304 .....................



Supervisors of Elections
P. 0. Box 177
Marianna .............---------.............---------- ........------...........



Self ----------------_ ._-___--_ -

Florida Pharmaceutical Association
P. 0. Box 960
Tallahassee-------------------------------------------

Florida Blue Cross-Blue Shield
P. 0. Box 1798
Jacksonville -------------------------

Citizens Against Women's Draft
300 Tampa Street
Tampa ---- -----------------

Citizens Against Women's Draft
300 Tampa Street
Tampa ---------------------------

F.M.A.
735 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville-------- ---- ------------------

F.A.F.P.
P. 0. Box 5666
Jacksonville ----------------------



Self ---- ---

Department of Community Affairs
2711 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee --.........---------------.............-- -----........----------

Grapeland Heights Civic Association
3329 N.W. 11 Street
Miami ------------------ -------------------



Florida Nurses Association
P. 0. Box 6985
Orlando ----------...--..... -----------------

American Investment Company
7339 Twin Branch Road
Atlanta, Ga. ---....--------------------

Division of Emergency Government
6917 Beach Boulevard
Jacksonville ------......... ....----------.....

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee ------------.... ....----------------................ .



Election laws



Equal rights amendment



Pharmacy; Drugs; Health



General



Against equal rights amendment



Equal rights amendment



Medical



Medical



Medical



All pertaining to the Department



Tax reform

Health; Welfare & institutions;
Education; Governmental
efficiency; Personnel; Retire-
ment & claims; Universities;
Community colleges


Consumer finance; Banking
insurance; Retail sales



Civil defense




Transportation



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER RULE 13 (continued)



Name & Address Entity Represented and Address Particular Legislation Involved



Renouf, William E.
3781 Northeast Expressway
Suite 138
Atlanta, Ga. 30340 -------

Revell, Ernest G., Jr.
311 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee 32304 ..-------

Revell, Walter L.
Haydon Burns Building
605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee 32304--

Reynolds, David J.
3300 Northwest 32nd Avenue
Miami 33142-------- ----

Reynolds, Jane D.
6523 S.W. 77 Terrace
South Miami 33143

Rhinehart, Robert S., Jr.
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven 33880 ---...---

Rhinehart, Robert S., Jr.
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven 33880 ------- ......

Rhinehart, Robert S., Jr.
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven 33880 --------

Rhinehart, Robert S., Jr.
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven 33880 -------

Rhinehart, Robert S., Jr.
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven 33880 --------

Rhinehart, Robert S., Jr.
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven 33880 ----............

Richardson, Patricia F.
1912 Bonita Way South
St. Petersburg 33712 --------

Richey, Rosemary T.
County Courthouse
Vero Beach 32960 ---------

Richetson, Ed
P. O. Box 590
Tallahassee 32302 .. ...

Ripley, Clifford E.
3323 Belvedere Road
West Palm Beach 33402 -. ---



Transamerica Financial Corporation
1150 South Olive Street
Los Angeles, Calif. --- ------------

Division of Youth Services
311 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee----------------- ------

Department of Transportation
Haydon Burns Building
,605 Suwannee Street
Tallahassee --------------------------

Metropolitan Dade County Transit Authority
3300 Northwest 32nd Avenue
Miami --- ------------------ --_

Dade County Education Association
P. 0. Box 1974
Coral Gables ---------

Florida Water Well Association
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven--------------------

Florida Seedsmen & Garden Supply Association
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven ----___--

Florida Tropical Fish Farms Association, Inc.
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven ----------------

Florida Amusement & Merchandising Association
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven----------------

Florida Wholesalers-Distributors Association
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven --------

Florida Jewelers Association
555 Avenue L, N.W.
Winter Haven----------------- ------

League of Women Voters of Florida
1310 West Colonial Drive
Orlando------------------------

Supervisors of Elections State Association
County Courthouse
Vero Beach ------ ..-------------..--------......... ...

Florida Electric Cooperatives Association
P. O. Box 590
Tallahassee ---------. ---------......

School Board of Palm Beach County
3323 Belvedere Road
West Palm Beach -----------------



Consumer loans; Insurance



Crime & delinquency




Transportation



Transportation



Education



Well drillers


All affecting seedsmen & garden
supply industry


Wholesale & retail ornamental
fish industry


Vending & amusement
industries


Wholesaling & distributing
industries



Jewelry industry

Judicial reform; Taxes;
Environment; Education;
Equal opportunity



Elections



Utilities



Education



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