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Journal of the House of Representatives of the session of ..
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Title: Journal of the House of Representatives of the session of ..
Alternate Title: Journal of the House of Representatives, State of Florida
Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Florida of the session of ..
Physical Description: v. : ; 23-32 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Legislature. -- House of Representatives
Publisher: State Printer
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: April 1967
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Subjects / Keywords: Legislative journals -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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serial   ( sobekcm )
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General Note: Title varies slightly.
General Note: Description based on: 1907.
Funding: Digitized for the Florida House of Representatives, the Office of the Clerk.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Florida House of Representatives. Office of the Clerk.
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System ID: UF00027772:00055
 Related Items
Preceded by: Journal of proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Florida
Succeeded by: Journal of the Florida House of Representatives

Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    Members of the House of Representatives
        Page i
        Page ii
    April 1967
        Tuesday, April 4
            Page 1
            Page 2
            Page 3
            Page 4
            Page 5
            Page 6
            Page 7
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
            Page 11
            Page 12
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            Page 20
            Page 21
            Page 22
            Page 23
            Page 24
        Wednesday, April 5
            Page 25
            Page 26
        Thursday, April 6
            Page 27
            Page 28
            Page 29
        Friday, April 7
            Page 30
            Page 31
        Monday, April 10
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        Tuesday, April 11
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        Wednesday, April 12
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        Thursday, April 13
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        Friday, April 14
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        Monday, April 17
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        Tuesday, April 18
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        Wednesday, April 19
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        Thursday, April 20
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        Friday, April 21
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        Monday, April 24
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        Tuesday, April 25
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        Wednesday, April 26
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        Thursday, April 27
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        Friday, April 28
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    May 1967
        Monday, May 1
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        Tuesday, May 2
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        Wednesday, May 3
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        Thursday, May 4
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        Friday, May 5
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        Monday, May 8
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        Tuesday, May 9
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        Wednesday, May 10
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        Thursday, May 11
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        Friday, May 12
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        Monday, May 15
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        Tuesday, May 16
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        Wednesday, May 17
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        Thursday, May 18
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        Friday, May 19
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        Monday, May 22
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        Tuesday, May 23
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        Wednesday, May 24
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        Thursday, May 25
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Journal

of the

House of Representatives



REGULAR



SESSION



[Including Extension]
of the
FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]



APRIL 4, 1967, through JULY 14, 1967



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MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Regular Session 1967

[Democrats in roman (80) ; Republicans in italic (39)]

District



District



ESCAMBIA
1 Gordon W. Wells, Pensacola (D)
2 Warren M. Briggs, Pensacola (D)
3 Phil Ashler, Pensacola (D)
4 James J. Reeves, Pensacola (D)
SANTA ROSA-OKALOOSA-WALTON-
HOLMES-WASHINGTON
5 Edmond M. Fortune, Pace (D)
6 Henton D. Elmore, Crestview (D)
7 L. S. (Sam) Campbell, DeFuniak Springs (R)
BAY-GULF-CALHOUN
8 John Robert Middlemas, Panama City (D)
9 Ben C. Williams, Port St. Joe (D)
LIBERTY-JACKSON-GADSDEN
10 W. M. Inman, Quincy (D)
11 Wayne Mixson, Marianna (D)
FRANKLIN-WAKULLA-LEON
12 Miley L. Miers, II, Tallahassee (D)
13 Donald L. Tucker, Crawfordville (D)
JEFFERSON-MADISON-TAYLOR--
LAFAYETTE
14 Ken Smith, Perry (D)
SUWANNEE-DIXIE-HAMILTON--
GILCHRIST-LEVY
15 Leon N. McDonald, Sr., Live Oak (D)
NASSAU-BAKER-COLUMBIA-BRAD-
FORD-UNION-CLAY
16 Eugene F. Shaw, Starke (D)
17 Ralph C. Tyre, Lake City (D)
DUVAL
18 Dan Scarborough, Jacksonville (D)
19 Ted Alvarez, Jr., Jacksonville (D)
20 George B. Stallings, Jr., Jacksonville (D)
21 Lew Brantley, Jacksonville (D)
22 John Crider, Jacksonville (D)
23 Lynwood Arnold, Jacksonville (D)
24 Fred Schultz, Jacksonville (D)
25 Gifford Grange, Jr., Jacksonville (D)
26 S. Gordon Blalock, Jacksonville (D)
27 Donald G. Nichols, Jacksonville (D)
28 Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr., Jacksonville (D)



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ALACHUA-MARION
Ralph D. Turlington, Gainesville (D)
William V. Chappell, Jr., Ocala (D)
William C. Andrews, Gainesville (D)

PUTNAM-FLAGLER--ST. JOHNS-LAKE
W. H. (Bill) Reedy, Eustis (D)
James N. Beck, East Palatka (D)
A. H. (Gus) Craig, St. Augustine (D)
VOLUSIA
William R. Conway, Ormond Beach (D)
James H. Sweeny, Jr., DeLand (D)
William M. Gillespie, New Smyrna Beach (D)

ORANGE--SEMINOLE
Henry W. Land, Tangerine (D)
John L. Ducker, Winter Park (R)
Robert H. Shadley, Orlando (R)
David L. Lindsey, Orlando (R)
William D. Gorman, Winter Park (R)
Jan Fortune, Maitland (R)
E. Pope Bassett, Maitland (R)
William L. Gibson, Orlando (R)
PINELLAS
John J. Savage, North Redington Beach (R)
Mary R. Grizzle, Indian Rocks Beach (R)
Ray C. Osborne, St. Petersburg (R)
Charles E. Rainey, Clearwater (R)
Ed S. Whitson, Jr., Clearwater (R)
A. S. (Jim) Robinson, St. Petersburg (R)
Don H. Stafford, Largo (R)
William H. Fleece, St. Petersburg (R)
Jack Murphy, Clearwater (R)
POLK-SUMTER
John R. Clark, Lakeland (D)
Ray Mattox, Winter Haven (D)
William H. Bevis, Fort Meade (D)
Quillian S. Yancey, Lakeland (D)
E. C. Rowell, Wildwood (D)
HILLSBOROUGH-CITRUS-PASCO-
HERNANDO
Robert T. Mann, Tampa (D)
James L. Redman, Plant City (D)









District
62 William M. Register, Jr., Tampa (D)
63 Elvin L. Martinez, Tampa (D)
64 Guy W. Spicola, Tampa (D)
65 T. Terrell Sessums, Tampa (D)
66 John L. Ryals, Brandon (D)
67 Paul W. Danahy, Tampa (D)
68 Richard S. Hodes, Tampa (D)
69 John R. Culbreath, Brooksville (D)
70 Tommy Stevens, Dade City (D)
BREVARD-OSCEOLA-INDIAN RIVER-
OKEECHOBEE
71 Charles E. Davis, Jr., Vero Beach (R)
72 Harry H. Pfeiffer, Cocoa Beach (R)
73 Clifford A. McNulty, Melbourne (R)
74 William E. Powell, Indialantic (R)
ST. LUCIE
75 Charles Nergard, Fort Pierce (R)
MARTIN-PALM BEACH
76 Donald H. Reed, Jr., Boca Raton (R)
77 Joseph W. Humphrey, Boynton Beach (R)
78 Jack M. Poorbaugh, Boynton Beach (R)
79 Robert C. De Young, Riviera Beach (R)
80 Robert W. Rust, Palm Beach (R)
81 William G. James, Delray Beach (R)



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BROWARD
James R. Eddy, Pompano Beach (R)
Authur H. Rude, Fort Lauderdale (R)
George L. Caldwell, Fort Lauderdale (R)
Richard A. Bird, Fort Lauderdale (R)
Henry J. Prominski, Wilton Manors (R)
Joel K. Gustafson, Fort Lauderdale (R)
Joseph M. Martinez, Jr., Hollywood (R)
Charles J. King, Plantation (R)



DADE
90 Maxine E. Baker, Miami (D)



District
91 Maurice A. Ferre, Miami (D)
92 Carey Matthews, Miami Beach (D)
93 Louis Wolfson, II, Miami Beach (D)
94 Kenneth M. Myers, Miami (D)
95 Murray H. Dubbin, Miami (D)
96 Gerald Lewis, Coral Gables (D)
97 Richard A. Pettigrew, Miami (D)
98 Talbot (Sandy) D'Alemberte, Miami (D)
99 Jess Yarborough, Miami (D)
100 Walter W. Sackett, Jr., Miami (D)
101 Harold G. Featherstone, Hialeah (D)
102 Vernon C. Holloway, Miami (D)
103 Jeff D. Gautier, Miami (D)
104 Robert C. Hector, Miami (D)
105 Robert Graham, Miami Lakes (D)
106 Robert C. Hartnett, Coral Gables (D)
107 Elton J. Gissendanner, North Miami (D)
108 Marshall S. Harris, Miami (D)
109 Carl A. Singleton, Coral Gables (D)
110 George Firestone, Miami (D)
111 David L. Brower, North Miami (D)
COLLIER-GLADES-HENDRY-LEE-
MONROE
112 M. T. (Ted) Randell, Fort Myers (D)
113 James Lorenzo Walker, Naples (D)
114 Bernie C. Papy, Jr., Key West (D)
HARDEE-MANATEE
115 Jerome Pratt, Palmetto (D)
116 Thomas M. Gallen, Bradenton (D)
DESOTO-HIGHLANDS-CHARLOTTE-
SARASOTA
117 J. K. Tillman, Sarasota (R)
118 Kent S. McKinley, Sarasota (R)
119 Granville H. Crabtree, Jr., Sarasota (R)



OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Regular Session 1967
Speaker-Ralph D. Turlington Clerk-Allen Morris
Speaker pro tempore-James Lorenzo Walker Sergeant-at-Arms-W. A. Ballentine











THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA



House of Representatives


PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]

REGULAR SESSION



TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1967


Beginning of the Regular Session of the Forty-first Florida Legislature convened under the Constitution of
A.D. 1885, begun and held at the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee, in the State of Florida, on Tuesday, April
4, 1967, being the day fixed by the Constitution for the convening of the Legislature.

The House was called to order at 10:00 A.M. by the Honorable Ralph D. Turlington, Speaker of the Forty-
first House.



The following certified list of the Secretary of State of
Members elected on March 28, 1967, was read:

STATE OF FLORIDA )
) SS
OFFICE, SECRETARY OF STATE
I, TOM ADAMS, Secretary of State of the State of Florida,
do hereby certify that the following Members of the House
of Representatives were elected at the Special Election held on
the 28th day of March, A.D., 1967, as shown by the election
returns on file in this office:


HOUSE DISTRICT NUMBER
1 Gordon W. Wells
2 Warren M. Briggs
3 Phil Ashler
4 Jim Reeves
5 Edmond M. Fortune
6 Henton D. Elmore
7 L. S. Campbell
8 John Robert Middlemas
9 Ben C. Williams
10 W. M. Inman
11 Wayne Mixson
12 Miley Miers
13 Donald L. Tucker
14 Ken Smith
15 Leon N. McDonald, Sr.
16 Eugene F. Shaw
17 Ralph C. Tyre
18 Dan Scarborough
19 Ted Alvarez
20 George B. Stallings, Jr.
21 Lew Brantley
22 John Crider
23 Lynwood Arnold
24 Fred Schultz
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Gifford Grange
S. Gordon Blalock
Don Nichols
Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr.
Ralph D. Turlington
William V. Chappell, Jr.
Bill Andrews
W. H. Reedy
James N. Beck
A. H. Craig
William R. Conway
James H. Sweeny, Jr.
William M. Gillespie
Henry W. Land
John L. Ducker
Robert H. Shadley
David L. Lindsey
William D. Gorman
Jan Fortune
E. Pope Bassett
William L. Gibson
John J. Savage
Mary R. Grizzle
Ray C. Osborne
Charles E. Rainey
Ed. S. Whitson, Jr.
A. S. Robinson
Don H. Stafford
William H. Fleece
Jack Murphy
John R. Clark
Ray Mattox
William H. Bevis











JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



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Robert Graham

Robert C. Hartnett



Quillian S. Yancey
E. C. Rowell
Robert T. Mann
James L. Redman
William M. Register, Jr.
Elvin L. Martinez
Guy Spicola
Terrell Sessums
John L. Ryals
Paul W. Danahy
Richard S. Hodes
John R. Culbreath
Tommy Stevens
Charles E. Davis, Jr.
Harry H. Pfeiffer
Clifford A. McNulty
William E. Powell
Charles Nergard
Donald H. Reed, Jr.
Joseph W. H. Humphrey
Jack Poorbaugh
Robert C. De Young
Robert W. Rust
William G. James
James R. Eddy
Arthur H. Rude
George L. Caldwell
Richard A. Bird
Henry J. Prominski
"Joel K. Gustafson
Joseph M. Martinez, Jr.
Charles J. King
Maxine E. Baker
Maurice A. Ferre
Carey Matthews
Louis Wolfson, II
Kenneth M. Myers
Murray H. Dubbin
Gerald Lewis
Richard A. Pettigrew
Sandy D'Alemberte
Jess Yarborough
Walter W. Sackett, Jr.
Harold G. Featherstone
Vernon C. Holloway
Jeff D. Gautier
Robert C. Hector



April 4, 1967



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GIVEN under my hand and the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the
Capital, this 3rd day of April, A.D., 1967.




Secretary of State



Oath taken by Members
The following Members came forward and took the oath of
office prescribed by the Constitution of the State of Florida be-
fore Chief Justice Campbell Thornal of the Supreme Court:



HOUSE DISTRICT NUMBER
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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23



Gordon W. Wells
Warren M. Briggs
Phil Ashler
Jim Reeves
Edmond M. Fortune
Henton D. Elmore
L. S. Campbell
John Robert Middlemas
Ben C. Williams
W. M. Inman
Wayne Mixson
Miley Miers
Donald L. Tucker
Ken Smith
Leon N. McDonald, Sr.
Eugene F. Shaw
Ralph C. Tyre
Dan Scarborough
Ted Alvarez
George B. Stallings, Jr.
Lew Brantley
John Crider

Lynwood Arnold



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Elton J. Gissendanner
Marshall S. Harris
Carl A. Singleton
George Firestone
David L. Brower
Ted Randell
James Lorenzo Walker
Bernie C. Papy, Jr.
Jerome Pratt
Tom Gallen
J. K. Tillman
Kent S. McKinley
Granville H. Crabtree, Jr.



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April 4, 1967



JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



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Charles E. Davis, Jr.
Harry H. Pfeiffer



Fred Schultz
Gifford Grange
S. Gordon Blalock
Don Nichols
Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr.
Ralph D. Turlington
William V. Chappell, Jr.
Bill Andrews
W. H. Reedy
James N. Beck
A. H. Craig
William R. Conway
James H. Sweeny, Jr.
William M. Gillespie
Henry W. Land
John L. Ducker
Robert H. Shadley
David L. Lindsey
William D. German
Jan Fortune
E. Pope Bassett
William L. Gibson
John J. Savage
Mary R. Grizzle
Ray C. Osborne
Charles E. Rainey
Ed. S. Whitson, Jr.
A. S. Robinson
Don H. Stafford
William H. Fleece
Jack Murphy
John R. Clark
Ray Mattox
William H. Bevis
Quillian S. Yancey
E. C. Rowell
Robert T. Mann
James L. Redman
William M. Register, Jr.
Elvin L. Martinez
Guy Spicola
Terrell Sessums
John L. Ryals

Paul W. Danahy
Richard S. Hodes
John R. Culbreath
Tommy Stevens



The roll of the Forty-first House of Representatives, as re-
constituted, was taken, and the following Members were recorded
present.



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73 Clifford A. McNulty
74 William E. Powell
75 Charles Nergard
76 Donald H. Reed, Jr.
77 Joseph W. H. Humphrey
78 Jack Poorbaugh
79 Robert C. De Young
80 Robert W. Rust
81 William G. James
82 James R. Eddy
83 Arthur H. Rude
84 George L. Caldwell
85 Richard A. Bird
86 Henry J. Prominski
87 Joel K. Gustafson
88 Joseph M. Martinez, Jr.
89 Charles J. King
90 Maxine E. Baker
91 Maurice A. Ferre
92 Carey Matthews
93 Louis Wolfson, II
94 Kenneth M. Myers
95 Murray H. Dubbin
96 Gerald Lewis
98 Sandy D'Alemberte
99 Jess Yarborough
100 Walter W. Sackett, Jr.
101 Harold G. Featherstone
102 Vernon C. Holloway
103 Jeff D. Gautier
104 Robert C. Hector
105 Robert Graham
106 Robert C. Hartnett
107 Elton J. Gissendanner
108 Marshall S. Harris
109 Carl A. Singleton
110 George Firestone
111 David L. Brower
112 Ted Randell
113 James Lorenzo Walker
114 Bernie C. Papy, Jr.
115 Jerome Pratt
116 Tom Gallen
117 J. K. Tillman
118 Kent S. McKinley
119 Granville H. Crabtree, Jr.



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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



April 4, 1967



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey



Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Excused: Representative Pettigrew.
A quorum was present.

Prayer by the Chaplain, Dr. Fred T. Laughon, Jr., Pastor,
First Baptist Church of Gainesville:
In the beginning, God created heaven and earth. And
God said, Let there be light, and there was light. And
God said, Let us make man in our image. In His image
created He him. Male and female created He them. And
God said, Have dominion over the earth and subdue it.
Thus, 0 God, we thank Thee for life, light and Thy divine
gift of self government. Give us Thy help during this
Session of the Florida Legislature so that we may make
life more livable for all people; that we may bring light
into the dark places; and that we may deserve to stand
in the noble tradition of all who have helped Thy children to
better govern themselves and others. Thru Jesus Christ,
Our Lord we pray. Amen.


Election of the Officers

On motion by Representative Rowell, the action of the House,
at the Organization Session, in electing the Honorable Ralph
D. Turlington as Speaker, The Honorable James Lorenzo Walker
as Speaker pro tempore, Mr. Allen Morris as Clerk and Mr.
W. A. Ballentine as Sergeant-at-Arms, was ratified and con-
firmed, said officers to continue in their respective offices
until their successors are duly elected and qualified at the Or-
ganization Session in November, 1968. The vote was:



D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange



Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley



McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register



Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage



Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith



Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker



Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



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Yeas-116
Representatives Turlington and Walker abstained.


Oath taken by Officers
Justice Thornal administered the oath of office to the Speaker,
Speaker pro tempore, Clerk, and Sergeant-at-Arms.


Adoption of Rules
On motion by Representative Rowell, the Rules adopted for
the Forty-first House at the Organization Session on Novem-
ber 15, 1966, as readopted and amended during the Extraordinary
Session of January, 1967, were ratified and confirmed as the
Rules for the Regular Session.


Committee to the Senate
On motion by Representative Inman, Representatives Mat-
thews, Eddy and Tyre were appointed by the Speaker as a
committee to inform the Senate that the House was organized
and ready to transact business. After a brief absence the com-
mittee returned and reported that the assigned duty had been
performed and it was discharged.



Committee to the Governor
On motion by Representative Rainey, Representatives Ducker,
Reeves and Randell were appointed by the Speaker as a com-
mittee to wait upon His Excellency, Governor Claude R. Kirk,
Jr., and notify him that the House was organized and ready
to transact business. After a brief absence the committee
returned and reported that the assigned duty had been per-
formed and it was discharged.


Communication from the Governor
Governor Claude R. Kirk, Jr., advised the House that he
desired to address the Legislature in Joint Session today.


Introduction of House Concurrent Resolution
By Representative Rowell-
HCR 1 (Org)-A concurrent resolution providing that the
house of representatives and the senate convene in joint ses-
sion in the chamber of the house of representatives at 6:45
p.m., April 4, 1967.

WHEREAS, His Excellency, Governor Claude R. Kirk, Jr., has
expressed a desire to address the Legislature in Joint Session
on this day, Tuesday, April 4, 1967; NOW, THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate
Concurring:
That the House of Representatives and the Senate convene
in Joint Session in the chamber of the House of Representa-
tives at 6:45 P. M. this day, Tuesday, April 4, 1967, for the
purpose of receiving the Message of the Governor.
-was read the first time in full.

On motions by Mr. Rowell, the rules were waived and HCR
l(Org) was read the second time by title, adopted and ordered
immediately certified to the Senate.

On motion by Representative McDonald, the Committee on
House Administration was empowered to adopt policies for



Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath














the employment and pay of personnel and for the general
administration of the House.
On motion by Representative Sweeny, the Speaker appointed
Representatives Land, Smith and Tucker as a committee to
escort The Honorable Richard H. Simpson, Speaker of the
1943 House, to the rostrum.


Presentation of St. Petersburg Times Award
On behalf of the St. Petersburg Times, Mr. Simpson presented
its biennial award to Mr. Turlington for outstanding service as
a Member of the 1965 House.


Remarks by Mr. Turlington
I predict-and I do so without hesitation-that this 41st
session of the Florida House of Representatives will be
the most productive, the most progressive and the most
responsible in the history of this state.
And I make that statement advisedly. It is no mere
platitude. It is fact.
Much has been said these past weeks about what has
been termed the "inexperience" of the membership of the
Legislature and of this House of Representatives.
While it is true that the number of new members is the
highest in recent history, and while it is true that some
of you have had only a relatively few days to prepare for
your individual participation in the deliberations and work-
ings of the Legislature-this House of Representatives
as a continuing, on-going body, is the best prepared and
most experienced of recent years.
Committees of this Legislature, dealing with problems
in almost every area of state government-and certainly
in the most critical areas, such as education and taxation-
have been functioning and working and studying and
evaluating since the 40th session of the Legislature adjourn-
ed sine die in June of 1965. Although some of the member-
ship of these committees have changed-the work has
continued and goes on even today as we meet in this
historic session.
Individually, and collectively, we are the best prepared.
There is no reason for some of the time-wasting wheel-
spinning which has taken place in the early weeks of some
prior sessions in recent years. This body here today is
ready to go to work today. And we will. Much has also been
said recently about the effect upon this legislative body
of the two-party system in Florida, and I would be derelict,
I believe, if I did not address some remarks to this subject.
The Constitution of the United States, the Constitution
of Florida, and in fact, the Constitution of every state in
this nation, wisely provides for three separate bodies of
government-each of them, the legislative, the executive,
and the judicial-interdependent yet independent. Each of
them with a different and unique responsibility serving as
a check and balance on each of the others. Each of them
determined and selected differently to insure the broadest
representation. Each of them with different responsibilities
to cover the vast range of governmental authority and re-
sponsibility. Each separate. Yet each together, to form
the brick and mortar of the democratic promise.
The Constitution also wisely provides that at least one
of these three basic branches of government shall always
be especially reflective and especially responsive to the
changing needs and changing desires of the people whom we
serve. This House of Representatives, elected every two
years, is that body. We hold always the freshest mandate
from the people of Florida. And this session, organized
under a formula of apportionment more representative of
the electorate than ever before, is even more responsive.

This body then, above all, represents the people of Flor-
ida, what they think, what they want and where they
want to go.



The independence of the Legislative bodies of state
government is rooted deep in both the Constitution and



practice. It has been the historic precedence of our state
since Florida became a state.
The Legislature-this body-is an independent operating
arm of state government. We work with-not for-other
agencies of government. We work for only the people.
I think it wise for us to remember that historically,
this body, this arm of government, the legislature, has
taken its orders only from the voters who sent us here.
This is the declaration of legislative independence founded
by our forefathers when they built the separation of powers
into the basic structure of our state. That this legislative
body, the most responsive to the people, must-always-
remain-independent. I feel confident that this 41st session
of the Florida Legislature will continue to operate under
"that mandate.
I need not remind you, both new and old members alike,
that we face problems of the greatest magnitude, problems
which require in many cases new thinking and new solu-
tions, and which require in all cases our most serious and
most careful deliberation.
Actually, we should rejoice in these problems. For Flor-
ida's problems are the problems of growth and the prob-
lems of progress-the price, if you please, of success.
It is only the stagnant and the dormant who have no cares.
Florida, as I am sure you all agree, can never be accused of
being either. We are the most vibrant state in this union.
I am sure that I speak for each of you when I say that
were I to be given a choice of the time and place I was to
live on this earth, I would choose Florida, and I would
choose now. Here, in Florida, is where the future is.
The Constitution directs the Chief Executive of the state
to report to the Legislature upon the convening of this
body on what has become known as the "state of the state,"
a report of the present condition of Florida, and recom-
mending to this body proposed courses of action to follow
in the years ahead. These recommendations, of course, are
then put into legislation which is then studied and con-
sidered and acted upon by this House of Representatives
and this Legislature. Working together-yet independently
-the course this state will follow for the years ahead is
formed and shaped and charted and then embarked upon.
The responsibility, as you have seen, is shared by both
the Executive and Legislative. Neither dictates. Neither is
subservient. An outline, then, of some of the activities upon
which this House of Representatives has been and is now
engaged-and will engage in-and a few remarks repre-
senting my own personal feelings about the direction in
which we should move, are now in order, in fact, almost a
legal requirement.
We will, in the course of the next two months, if history
is any light on the future, consider in this House of Repre-
sentatives more than 3,000 individual separate acts of pro-
posed legislation, affecting without exception every person
in this state and every facet of government in Florida.
Our responsibility is neither to be shirked nor taken lightly,
for what we do is not fleeting of moment, but lasting in
time.
It is possible to look ahead, as I am sure each of you has,
and to identify the more pressing areas of concern-those
problems which demand the more immediate solutions and
which have the more lasting impact, and those problems
(and they are usually the same) for which solutions are
more difficult to develop.
The three most pressing problems are, of course: educa-
tion, property taxation, and Constitutional revision. The
two most immediate-and they are intertwined with each
other-are education and ad valorem taxation.
The State's General Revenue financial position, thanks
to the foresight of previous Democratic legislatures and
previous Democratic administrations, is at its soundest
level. The State's cash carry-over at the end of this fiscal



year will stand at $85,000,000, thus the highest in history.
Anticipated revenue from existing revenue sources is also
estimated at the highest point in history. These two facts,
in conjunction, make it possible for the Cabinet Budget
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private substantial increases in the overall state General
Revenue Fund appropriation.
This House, both in meetings of the duly constituted
Committee on Appropriations and in deliberations on the
floor of this House, will study and evaluate the recom-
mendations, item by item.
For now, let me point out only these facts: the recom-
mendations of the Budget Commission were passed by
unanimous vote, every member, of the Commission, having
voted for it on final passage.
And, too, the recommendations, admittedly, do not include
all the needs of our state and especially do not include-
and could not under present law-the funds we are all
agreed are needed to improve Florida's education program
and, more specifically, the salaries of the men and women
who staff our public school, Vocational-Technical, Junior
College and University classrooms.
Using the Budget Commission recommendations, the study
of the Tax Reform Commission, the results of the work
of the Legislative Council and the many interim committees,
and whatever recommendations our Governor may make
this evening as points of departure and guideposts for us
to proceed by-the problem is now ours to face.
I would make two recommendations of my own, recom-
mendations which I believe have the support of most of
the membership of this House to whom I have talked, of
most of Florida's family of state officials, and I am con-
fident, of most of the people of Florida.
And that is, as a floor upon which we can build, we
should amend the Minimum Foundation Program to increase
teacher salaries so that no teacher receives a salary of less
than $5,000 a year.
The Speaker Pro-Tempore, The Honorable James Lorenzo
Walker, has already profiled a bill providing for a basic
$1050 increase in the value of the instructional salaries-
this is the amount which our State Superintendent has said
is the very minimum if we are to meet the need.
The full increase should become effective for this coming
school year. We should consider this problem and make
this decision as early as wise counsel and sound deliberations
permit, then move quickly.
In this same area of education financing, I recommend
that this legislature consider most seriously an improvement
in Minimum Foundation Program which will provide state
aid to county school in relation to county efforts.
What this is, simply, is state assistance to those who give
reasonable local support to their schools in proportion to
their ability to pay. This approach as I have stated is
sound. Some modifications of the technical aspects of the
proposal will have to be made.
The proposal of Dr. Johns has a built-in formula for tax
relief and tax equity in that it would provide additional
state aid only for those who do their part. The additional
state aid for teacher salaries also has a built-in formula for
tax relief and tax equity in that it will free millions of
dollars of existing county aid to schools, funds which
can be used for other school purposes, the same purpose,
or to reverse the spiral of increased property taxes, as
the people of the individual county may determine.
Certainly, regardless of the course the people of the
county may select, the additional state aid under both plans
will be of immediate and lasting relief to the local ad
valorem taxpayer.

Even further, we must explore and develop some recog-
nized control level in the area of ad valorem taxes-some
cut-off point, some millage ceiling set at a level which will
both meet the need for increased funds and the need for
security and stability for the local taxpayer. We can do
this only if we provide additional expenditure of State
Funds for education.



The third pressing area of concern is, of course, Con-
stitutional Revision. This is certainly not a new concern,
as all of you know, but one which the Legislature has been
working on for many years. Neither is it a new concern for
mn, for I have been engaged personally in the effort to at-




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tain Constitutional Revision for all the years I have served
in this body. Constitutional Revision is a first priority
with me.
Although, traditionally, the Speaker of the House does
not often introduce proposed legislation, I have already
profiled the new constitution proposed by the Constitutional
Revision Commission. I plan to serve as Chairman of the
Committee on Constitutional Revision, to give to this area
my personal and continuing attention.
We stand closer today than at any time within my
memory to attaining Constitutional Revision. We must now
move carefully lest we falter in haste.
It has been proposed that this body make Constitutional
Revision its first course of business and there is much appeal
to such a suggestion. Certainly, those of us who have
wrestled and grappled with the intricacies and complexities
of the Constitution are eager to pursue the proposal to its
successful completion, to get the job done and get it
done right.
But the immediate problems of education and related
ad valorem tax relief cannot wait.
Certainly, our decision as to the amount of additional
state aid we are going to provide in the area of teacher
salaries should be made now, while the counties are pre-
paring next year's budgets, while our teacher recruiters are
out scouring the nation for qualified people to staff our
classrooms.
Frankly, we need to tell the teachers of this state and
this nation how much money we're going to be paying them
when school opens next September-and we need to tell
it to them soon--or it will be too late.
Not only in the area of education, important as that
is, but in all areas of government, I do not believe we can
afford to delay making our fiscal decisions until considera-
tion of Constitutional Revision is completed.
We should provide for the basic and needed state services
first, and then move into Constitutional Revision.
As Chairman of the select Constitutional Revision Com-
mittee of this House, and as your Speaker, I pledge to you
my full support for Constitutional Revision as the first
order of business immediately upon completion of action
on the fiscal decisions which must be made by this State.
But, just as I deplore dictation to this House from others,
so do I deplore dictation to this House from your Speaker.
My recommendation that Constitutional Revision be con-
sidered immediately after the resolution of the state's
financial position is subject to your decision.
And I await your direction.
Although the Legislature has been interrupted time and
again from the important tasks and studies which it must
undertake between regular sessions much has been ac-
complished, and this Legislature will be presented with
proposed legislation in almost every field as a result of the
creative and constructive work which has been done by
these interim groups.


Crime
The President's Crime Commission, in a report to the
National Conference on Crime Control, listed Florida among
the eight states where the "wealthiest and most influential"
crime syndicates operate.
Our own Florida Sheriffs Bureau recently reported that
its investigation has shown the activities of crime syndicate
leaders to be on the rise in Florida, that they are acquiring
property and legitimate business fronts to mask their
criminal operations.
In addition to the ominous spectre of organized crime,
we have witnessed throughout the nation a general break-
down in respect for law and order. This has been accom-
panied by increasing crimes of violence in the streets of



our cities and wanton destruction of both private and pub-
lic property by mobs exploiting the protest movement in
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The time has come for the Legislature to explore all
facets of law enforcement at the city, county and state
levels.
We must find the most effective means of developing an
agency, adequately financed and legally constituted to deal
with crime on a statewide basis. The need for a cohesive
agency at the state level is clear whether it be called a
State Crime Commission, a State Police Force, or a State
Department of Justice. At the same time, the technical fa-
cilities of the Sheriffs Bureau must be enlarged and made
available to all municipal as well as county law enforce-
ment agencies.
Foremost among our endeavors to strengthen the arm
of law enforcement is the need to upgrade training and
pay of the officers who are the soldiers in the field in the
battle against crime.
Representative Murray Dubbin of Dade, Chairman of
the Legislative Council subcommittee on Police Training,
reports that there are over 40 state agencies with investi-
gative and arrest powers. This committee is recommending
legislation to establish minimum standards for selection
and training of all officers, affecting every agency from the
constable districts all the way up through the Highway Pa-
trol and other state agencies.
Such legislation will serve to help bring the profession
of law enforcement to its proper level with the upgrading
of salaries and fringe benefits. Let it be understood that
we realize there are many dedicated law enforcement of-
ficials throughout our state. Unfortunately, police work,
like teaching, is among the least rewarding financially of
our professions.


Transportation
We hear today of planned experiments in the use of pri-
vate restricted roadways for buses, ultra-high speed trains
and 300-plus passenger airplanes.
Even now, our municipal expressway systems and exist-
ing primary roads are crowded by bumper-to-bumper traffic
and our most ambitious highway building plans will be
strained to cope with our transportation needs.
We have a select committee, chaired by Representative
Vernon Holloway of Dade, which has been doing research
in this important area. Representative Holloway has visited
the states of Maryland, New Jersey, and New York, and
the new U. S. Department of Transportation in Washington.
This is a continuing, long-range program as we endeavor,
with an ever-growing population, to transport people rap-
idly and safely.


Traffic Safety
Our population is increasing at the rate of 5,000 a week
and the number of registered motor vehicles is increasing
at the rate of 8 per cent per year.
Last year there were 186,000 accidents on our highways,
killing 1,816 people. Although no price tag can be placed
on a human life, this terrible waste of manpower and prop-
erty costs the people of this state in excess of $300 million.
The National Highway Safety Agency issued an initial
list of thirteen draft standards for state highway safety
programs in February of this year. Each state is required
to have a highway safety program approved by the Depart-
ment of Transportation by December 31, 1968. States which
fail to comply are subject to loss of up to 10 per cent of
their federal highway construction funds.
Our Legislative Council Committee on Traffic Safety and
the standing committee chaired by Representative William
Reedy have done much in preparation for this session.



Florida substantially complies with most of the thirteen
Federal guidelines. However, legislation is needed authoriz-
ing periodic motor vehicle inspection and chemical tests for
alcoholic content of the blood. Consideration must also be



given to issuance of and requirements for drivers' licenses
and a state-wide emergency medical services program.


Roads and Highways
The Legislative Council Committee on Roads and High-
ways has been working diligently since the 1965 Legislative
session to present a program that will be beneficial and
acceptable to the entire state of Florida. We are indeed
proud of our accomplishments in the development and
improvement of roads and highways.
There has been a total of 14 committee bills pre-filed
and many more will be filed within the next few weeks.
Two of these bills are as follows:
1. Creates a State Highway Commissioner, regulates the
Board to a purely policy making status and staggers their
terms.
2. Places the Road Department on a five-year budget
and requires that the budget be adhered to as so stated.
I have briefly mentioned these two bills as they are of
importance to help remove any shadow cast upon the road
department being in the realm of politics. By staggering
the terms of the Road Board, and the five-year budget,
it will assure continuity of the roads and highways program
and our state will continue to be progressive.
Special tribute is paid to former representatives James
Pruitt, and Robert Alligood, in recognition for the talent
and energies they so unselfishly gave as Chairman and
Vice-Chairman of the Legislative Council Committee on
Roads and Highways. It is because of the leadership dis-
played by these gentlemen that we can start this session
of the legislature so versed on how to combat the problems
in the areas of Roads and Highways.
The citizens of our great state may be assured that the
tax money will be distributed on a fair and equitable basis
where the needs for improvement of our roads and high-
way system exists.


Local Legislation
This year we plan to make several changes in the handling
of local legislation. First, if we pass the bill already pro-
posed by Representative Yarborough providing for modified
home rule, we will not have so many local bills to consider.
Secondly, with your permission, all local bills will be re-
ferred to the committee on Local Government and will not
go directly on the calendar.


Efficiency in Government
We plan to look into every possibility of bringing
greater efficiency to our state government, and, we are
starting right here in the House of Representatives. We
have retained the services of a CPA firm to study and make
recommendations on our own operation as well as state
government in general. They have made some recommenda-
tions that have already been put into effect which will
save money in the operation of the House, and will provide
better service to the members in the areas where they
need it most. Let me give you just one example. We are
eliminating the Journal Room and contracting the work to
the people who print the Journals, thereby saving $15,000.
Performance Auditing-(In the business world this is
sometimes called "management auditing.") At the present
time the audits conducted for the State ascertain that the
employees are being honest and are following the law.
This is good, but we must go further and secure "per-
formance audits," which will provide recommendations for
simplification of paper work, full utilization of personnel
and ,of measuring performance of a department. Much



more money can be lost each year through inefficiency by
well-meaning, honest employees than is stolen by dishonest
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To avoid a conflict, the audit department should be placed
under the Legislature instead of the Executive Branch.
This has been recommended by the Appropriations and
Auditing Committee of the Legislative Council. An auditor
who is employed by the Executive Branch cannot be in-
dependent in his audit of the Executive Branch.
Performance audits will gave Legislative Committees an
opportunity to review with Department Heads the recom-
mendations of the Auditor. There may be times when
recommendations should not be followed, but this will give
the Legislature an opportunity to hear both sides and to
make a choice based upon good, solid information. Per-
formance audits will help make good government and
should save millions of dollars every year. The Executive
Branch will know we are watching them and it will make
them perform more effectively and efficiently. Proper Legis-
lative surveillance will keep the Executive Branch on its
toes.
We can also bring about efficiency through the expansion
of agreements between agencies such as the recent testing
program initiated by the Purchasing Commission and the
Department of Agriculture. By testing products being
bought by the state, the Department of Agriculture, with
its established laboratory facilities, has already saved the
State many dollars. Several hundred dollars were saved on
the first tests the Department ran for the Commission. As
an example, this was on some towels which were found not
to meet specifications through a simple test and the State
was reimbursed for a big share of purchase price. This type
of activity we encourage.
In other areas of creating greater efficiency, I want to
mention that we plan to make a re-examination of the or-
ganizational structure of the Legislative Council.
Provision should be made for state planning, to establish
the goals of state government in all areas to assess the
long range needs of our growing state. The Legislature
should be significantly involved in any such planning pro-
gram being proposed for the state.


Tourism
But let's not confuse efficiency with bad judgment. Let's
not cut out programs which promote the lifeblood of our
state. Let's not sacrifice the state's number one industry
for hopeful industrialization.
Florida has always been number one in tourism, and we
must maintain that position if we are to provide the
needed funds for schools and other programs. I hope we
will not support a program which de-emphasizes tourism for
the sake of increasing activities to attract industry.
The Committee on Governmental Re-Organization and
Efficiency has also worked out a program during the in-
terim which we will be proposing. Some of the main areas
are as follows:
Area #1-Electronic Data Processing and Records Man-
agement.
The Committee has worked extensively and in depth in
this area and will have three bills to recommend to the
Legislature. One is an act creating the Florida Board of
Archives and History which will for the first time give
Florida a comprehensive and unified program for archives
and history and a Division for the institution of a modern
records management program.
Another proposal in this area is an act relating to pub-
lic records which briefly does two things: (a) puts all the
law relating to public records in one place in the Statutes
and gives definitions to some terms presently defined only
by an Attorney-General's opinion and other decisions and/
or some law, and (b) provides the basis for establishment of
the records management division under the Florida Board
of Archives and History.
Another recommendation in this area deals with elec-
tronic data processing, and the Committee will have a bill



on this subject. This proposal would provide a program to
achieve the most efficient and economical operation of data
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This will require a consolidation of existing automatic data
processing installations and the consolidation of all data
processing system development, according to a well defined
and reasonable plan for achieving these objectives.
Area #2-Business Regulation. The Committee has con-
sidered some twenty bills in this area. Three of the bills
provide a means for eliminating the existing duplication of
inspectional responsibilities relating to food service estab-
lishments between the State Board of Health and the Hotel
and Restaurant Commission and the duplication of inspec-
tional responsibilities between the State Board of Health
and the Department of Agriculture, as they relate to retail
grocery stores.
Area #3-Procedures and Functions of State Purchasing.
The Committee has worked in depth in this area, and many
of its recommendations have already been adopted by the
Purchasing Commission and put into effect with resulting
economies and improved efficiency in state purchasing.
However, the basic question to be resolved is the decision
by the Legislature on what the Purchasing Commission of
Florida should be-whether it should be as it presently is,
a supervisory agency under the Cabinet, or whether, in
fact, is should be a Purchasing Commission for the State
of Florida.
The Committee is considering a bill which completely
reorganizes the Florida Purchasing Commission as far as
its responsibilities, powers and duties are concerned. The
Purchasing Commission would remain as the Cabinet, but
their powers, duties and responsibilities would be to insti-
tute for Florida a central purchasing activity.
Area #4-Construction of Capital Improvements and
Buildings. This study has been basically in three parts. One
related to the procedures by which our capital improve-
ments and buildings were funded and the methods used to
administer those funds in achieving the building or im-
provement. Another was the inventory of all state-owned
buildings and an inquiry into their management and main-
tenance, as well as the allocation of space. Still another
area was an inquiry into the practices being followed in
the leasing of buildings and space for state purposes, and
particularly the practices involved in executing lease pur-
chase agreements for space in buildings. In the course of
this, we ascertained all of the space being leased by the
state agencies, its location, size, cost, cost of maintenance,
term of lease, etc.
The Committee is considering an act which proposes to
create in the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions
a Department of Property Control which will give some
unity and control to the acquisition of buildings for the
State whether by construction, lease or lease purchase ar-
rangements, as well as some long range planning for estab-
lishing procedures which will more efficiently and econom-
ically meet the needs of the State for its ever-increasing
need for office buildings and space.
Area #5-Ownership, Use & Disposition of State Lands.
The Committee has worked on the problem of developing
recommendations which would create the most efficient and
economic method for acquiring, managing and disposing
of state lands and which would insure the development of a
state-wide plan for achieving the maximum use of our
present lands and for preserving for our posterity the
public lands which are going to be required for their use
and pleasure.
The Committee is considering in this connection two pro-
posals. One is an act which enlarges the Trustees of the
Internal Improvement Fund from five to seven members
of the Cabinet, and will give to these Trustees responsibility,
powers and duties in connection with acquiring, managing
and disposing of all state lands.
The second act deals with submerged lands, and basically
amends the present law to require that before the Trustees
can sell submerged lands, they must have a written report
from the Board of Conservation, which report shall state
whether or not the development of said lands would be
detrimental to established conservation practices and must
have a written report from the Outdoor Recreation Planning



Committee confirming that the sale of said submerged land
does not conflict with the acquisition and development of
public lands for recreational facilities or properties. This
bill further requires that the Trustees shall not sell, trans-



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fer or otherwise dispose of any lands except by affirmative
vote of at least five of the seven Trustees.
The Governmental Reorganization and Efficiency Com-
mittee has been hard at work. It has stepped on some
toes, widened some eyes, and opened some doors. It has
produced legislation that, when passed, will give us a more
responsive, more efficient and economical governmental or-
ganization in many areas. It is a fine start. There is much
more to be done.


Agriculture
The most pressing problem in agriculture today is ad
valorem tax relief. I have already talked about the ad
valorem problem in general, but agriculture is going to
have to be looked at separately because land is the most
essential element to our farmers and growers and we cannot
afford to let taxes on this land become confiscatory and run
these people out of business. Also, we must take a closer
look at equalizing these taxes from county to county.
Agriculture is too important to the economy of this state to
be pushed aside and forgotten.
A pressing problem at the moment is selling the
record 188-million box citrus crop and the ones in the
future which are bound to be even bigger at a price where
growers can survive.
We must assist the Citrus Commission and Department of
Agriculture in their efforts to sell this bumper crop through
their various sales, advertising and promotion programs.
A starting point might be to give consumers assurance
that when they buy a glass or gallon of orange juice in this
state they are getting "the real thing from Florida."


Consumers
While we are on the subject of consumers, let me say
that when this session adjourns I hope Florida will have
one of the strongest consumer protection systems in the
nation.
We already have a very fine program, through the regula-
tory activities of the Department of Agriculture and other
agencies, but Florida is not officially recognized with con-
sumer protection agencies. By tightening some of our pres-
ent laws and establishing a well co-ordinated consumer pro-
tection program with a statewide consumer council we can
lead the nation.
Under consumer protection also I want us to take a close
look at the reorganization of the Installment Land Sales
Act. Another area in which I anticipate legislation is the
trading stamps field.


Election Laws
I think several changes are called for in our election laws.
Many people feel we can foster greater interest in gov-
ernment and thereby have better government through more
participation by the voters. With this in mind I shall pro-
pose extending voting hours at least two hours into the
evening, closing the polls at 9 p.m.
Along this same line, I shall propose extending the right
and privilege of voting to 18-year-olds.

We believe that it is time we gave our young people the
right to vote at eighteen. Full participation in the Demo-
cratic process will, we believe, encourage and induce them
to accept greater responsibility. Our young people are in a
state of limbo between the ages of 18 and 21, asked to con-
form to adult standards without being permitted to accept
the obligations of adulthood.



Also, I agree with those who say citizens should not vote
blindly because of certain alignments but should study the
issues and the candidates. Our present laws regulating ar-
rangement of names on the ballot do not encourage indi-
vidual selectivity. We must always place the state's interest



ahead of political party interests, and I recommend that
the law be changed.
The present law says that a candidate may not qualify
to run for an office in a particular party if he has not been
a member of that party for at least 2 years. I propose that
this provision should be changed to coincide with residency
requirements of the voter.


RETIREMENT
In the field of retirement and personnel matters the legis-
lature has for many years exercised considerable initiative
and done a considerable amount of work. We now have a
consulting actuary to advise us on retirement problems, and
he is presently making an up-to-date study of Florida's
retirement systems. This report should be available to you
shortly.
All of you have heard and been concerned about the ac-
tuarial deficit that exist in our Teachers Retirement Sys-
tem. We propose to do something about it at this session.
The Governor and Budget Commission are recommending to
this 1967 Legislature that each employing agency pay its
own retirement and social security cost and that the source
of funds used to pay the salary of employees also be used
to pay related retirement and social security cost. The 1967
Legislature will be asked at an early date to enact legis-
lation to accomplish this major and far-reaching fiscal re-
form which materially improves the way we have been
funding the Teachers Retirement System. I hope you will
act promptly when this matter is presented to you.
Many of our teachers and state and county employees
who have been retired for many years are in need of a cost
of living adjustment in their retirement pay. Legislation
will be presented to you during this session which will pro-
vide financial relief for those in need who are presently on
our retirement payrolls.
I firmly believe that the state's responsibility for effec-
tive government extends to all levels of governmental ac-
tivity, whether city, county or state; and we have a respon-
sibility at all of these levels to see that we attract to
positions of public trust the most competent, highly trained
personnel available, who are secure in their employment.
To that end, we are interested in the concept of establish-
ing a high degree of professionalism among public em-
ployees, by allowing free mobility-the opportunity of an
employee to advance himself by moving from one position
to another, without fear of losing valuable pension credits
he has accrued over the years.
We can begin such a program by enacting legislation
establishing a state-wide retirement system for municipal
employees, which would be available to any city that elected
to participate, and which would provide free transferability
of the employee's pension credits from one city to another.
The law should have sufficient flexibility to allow the city
to elect whether it will cover all or any of its various de-
partments or groups of employees under the plan. In this
connection I might add that since policemen and firemen are
presently adequately covered by sound pension laws under
Chapters 175 and 185 of the Florida Statutes, provision can
be made to exempt them from the state plan, giving the
policemen and firemen of any city the right by referendum
to come under the law if they so desired.
The key part of such a state-wide plan will be the state's
participation in it, by direct financial aid to the cities, to
assist them in funding the system. This would be done by
appropriating to the city who elected to come under the act,
from the estate tax fund of the state, an amount equal to
at least two per cent of the eligible payroll of the city.
This would provide an important incentive to the cities to
join the state-wide retirement system; but more important,
the adoption of this plan would be a great step forward to-
ward acquiring for our public employees the degree of
dignity and respect to which all of them are entitled.



STATE PERSONNEL
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system covers only about one-third of the state employees.
The Legislature has been concerned about the differences in
jobs in the various agencies not under the system and by
the difficulty in comparing salaries paid by different agen-
cies for seemingly similar positions. Because of this con-
cern, the 1965 Legislature appropriated $100,000 to the
State Budget Commission and required the Commission to
have a uniform job classification and pay plan study made
for all state employees not under the Florida Merit System
and to use the approved results of this study in preparing
the salary budgets for the 1967-69 biennium. This Legis-
lature, through its appropriation committees, will be review-
ing this study and will have more current and concrete in-
formation available on which to base its policy decisions
concerning salaries than it has ever had in the past.
Another problem which you will be facing in the per-
sonnel field is group insurance for state employees. Al-
though the committee studying this problem has not fin-
ished its work, it is expected that legislation will be intro-
duced which will provide the framework and establish the
guidelines for group insurance to be provided to state em-
ployees.

HEALTH AND WELFARE
We have had several legislative committees active in the
Health and Welfare field during the past two years. As a
result of their activity, you will be presented with many
bills designed to cope with the growing problems in this
area. Among the bills you will be asked to consider is a
bill to provide emergency hospitalization for a person who
may suddenly become mentally ill. Our present laws do not
provide procedures for doing this, and the proposed legis-
lation should fill this void while providing the necessary
safeguards for the individuals involved. You will also be
asked to clarify the administrative authority and consider
an implementing date for the state's participation under
Title XIX of the Social Security Act, more commonly known
as Medicaid. Bills concerning the licensing of child day
care facilities and establishing better control over narcotics
and hallucinatory drugs such as LSD will also be presented
for your consideration.


University System
The legislature must assume the responsibility for es-
tablishing the policy guidelines for the development of Flor-
ida's system of junior colleges and universities. Legislative
leadership and creativity must be directed to the resolu-
tion of three objectives: (1) the spiraling increase in the
number of students which Florida higher education must
serve; (2) the necessity for an enhancement of quality; and
(3) the attainment of the above two goals within limited
resources, and thus the demand for maximum efficiency.
The population wave which has broken over Florida's
public schools has begun to inundate our junior colleges and
universities. Between today and 1975, the total post-high
school enrollment in Florida will double to over 225,000
students. Decisions which this legislature will make will
largely determine how and how well these needs are met.
Immediate attention should be given to adequate provision
for university construction, planning for the full develop-
ment of established institutions, and planning and initial
development of new urban institutions. The facilities which
Florida's private colleges can offer should be fully explored,
through such means as implementation of the Board of
Regents Scholarship Program. Special attention must be
given to the state's graduate and professional programs, as
the demands on these for enrollment and graduates will be
especially severe. The medical institutions in which the state
is presently participating should be matured while the im-
plementation of new programs proceeds as rapidly as pos-
sible.

While Florida reaps the benefit of a more educated
society, the ultimate test will be the quality of that
education. Florida has made great strides in elevating its
educational standards, and there are examples of real
excellence within our system. However, we cannot count



Florida among the higher education leaders of America.
If it is our desire to assume a position of leadership in
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of academic freedom supported by an increased share of
our state's financial resources. The new institutions in our
system must be adequately financed to launch them on
the path of quality. Particular encouragement should be
given to the programs of excellence in the sciences which
are being undertaken at the University of Florida and
Florida State University.
The assimilation of burgeoning student enrollment while
questing for academic excellence demands the maximum
efficiency in the use of Florida's taxpayers' dollars. This
legislature should initiate and fund a master plan for
Florida higher education. The master plan should be the
product of all the branches of state government which are
responsible for higher education decision-making and set
a pattern for the development and interrelationship of all
facets of Florida higher education.
The Board of Regents requires increased latitude in its
budgetary and personnel policies f it is to effectuate the
legislature's higher education policies.
Florida should benefit and add its strength to united
effort for the improvement of education. To this end, at
this session of the legislature, Florida should enact the
necessary enabling legislation to join the Compact for
Education.
I wish to commend the Interim Committee on Higher
Education and the University subcommittee of the Appro-
priations Committee. The continuing work of these com-
mittees has placed the legislature in an advanced position
from which we can fulfill our duties intelligently and
creatively.


State Institutions
Much work has been accomplished by the Legislative
Council's subcommittee on State Institutions chaired by
Rep. Leon McDonald.
Among the proposals of the committee recommended
for our most serious consideration is an amendment to
remove difficulty encountered in the prosecution of cases
involving the smuggling of drugs into state correctional
institutions and county jails. The revision of the statutes
would eliminate the requirement of proof that such drugs
"create or may create a hypnotic effect if taken internally."
The Committee also recommends establishment of a work
release program which would authorize unaccompanied
visits of deserving inmates to funerals of relatives; to
seek employment prior to the expiration of their sentences;
work at paid employment or participate in training pro-
grams while continuing as an inmate of the Division of
Corrections. Such a program was found by the Committee
to be working effectively in the states of Wisconsin, Mary-
land, North Carolina and South Carolina and also in the
Federal Bureau of Prisons.
In its extensive study, the Committee reported that
very little rehabilitation of prisoners takes place in county
jails and that the Division of Corrections, with a well
established rehabilitation program, is capable of supervising
many more prisoners.
It is recommended by the Committee that all persons
sentenced to serve more than one year or whose cumula-
tive sentences exceed one year, be confined in a state in-
stitution where rehabilitation help and supervision is avail-
able.
The Committee also recommends changing location of the
reception center for male prisoners from the Florida State
Prison at Raiford to the new reception center at Lake
Butler and providing administrative authority to the Di-
vision of Corrections to reclassify male prisoners as needed.


AIR AND WATER POLLUTION CONTROL



There is much to be done in the field of Air and Water
Pollution Control and the establishment of statewide en-
vironmental quality standards for the protection, main-
tenance and improvement of the quality of the air we
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tralize and coordinate the State's responsibility for dealing
with problems of Air and Water Pollution Control under
one department or agency, charged with developing pro-
grams for long-range water resource planning, water con-
servation and maintenance of air quality standards. A re-
sponsibility that has been too often fragmentized among
many different agencies, boards and commissions; each
going their own separate way with little or no determination
of priority of needs or coordination of responsibility. We
must provide, in addition to adequate administrative ma-
chinery, effective enforcement procedures to deal with viola-
tors of the law; we must provide for proper protective meas-
ures so that no wastes will be discharged into the waters of
the State without first being given the degree of treat-
ment necessary to protect the beneficial uses of the waters;
we must establish local pollution control programs and co-
ordinate their activities with the State's machinery and
Federal resources available. In short, we are determined to
achieve and maintain such levels of air and water quality
as will protect human health and safety, and to the great-
est degree practicable to prevent injury to plant and animal
life and property, foster the comfort and convenience of
the people, promote the economic and social development
of this State and facilitate the enjoyment of our most
treasured possession and heritage-its natural resources and
beauty.


Shore Line Problems
The 1965 Legislature requested the Legislative Council to
make a study of problems associated with the state's ex-
tensive shore line. The study was devoted primarily to prob-
lems of beach and shore erosion and the effects of coastal
development on marine conservation. Proposals have been
prepared which would put advisory authority in the Board of
Conservation over the sale of submerged lands, the setting
of bulkhead lines and the granting of dredge and fill permits.
It will also be proposed that the Board be given regulatory
authority over the removal of illegal fills, the deposit of
beach material removed pursuant to the maintenance of
ports and inlets, and the setting of minimum construction
set-back lines on high energy beach properties. In addition
it will be proposed that the Council continue its Shore Line
Study for another two years.


Mental Health
During this session we are going to be vitally concerned
with improving our state's facilities, services and programs
in the field of mental health. Without a doubt, mental illness
ranks as one of our state's most critical health problems,
just as it does nation-wide. It occurs more frequently, affects
more people, requires more prolonged treatment, causes
more suffering by the families of the afflicted, wastes more
of our human resources and constitutes more of a financial
drain upon our state's treasury and the personal pocket-
books of individual families than any other single condition.
For this reason we are concerned with obtaining the best
use possible of our state's mental health dollars, putting the
money and facilities where the needs are, and where they
can serve the most people. National programs and the
latest medical knowledge in the field have pointed the way
in recent years toward emphasizing the construction of
local comprehensive community mental health centers, where
a broad gamut of services and facilities can be offered
to the afflicted person; where he can be treated in be treated in his own
community, and wherever possible, unseparated from his
family and his job, and where mental illness can be attacked
at its early stages of development, rather than relying solely
upon large, understaffed custodial institutions, where death
too often provides the only release.
Our state has made great progress along these lines,
utilizing the federal grants which have been made available,
and we intend to continue to broaden this community pro-
gram through state and federal resources. We also want to



expand our scholarship programs for the training of criti-
cally needed medical and para-medical personnel in the
field; we must provide adequate training and research
facilities, improve our hospital admission procedures, and
strengthen our laws dealing with the detention, treatment



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Ray Mattox, Chairman; James N. Beck, Vice Chairman;
William H. Bevis, William V. Chappell, Jr., John R. Clark,
William R. Conway, John R. Culbreath, Charles E. Davis, Jr.,
John L. Ducker, William E. Powell, James L. Redman, Robert
H. Shadley, J. K. Tillman, Quillian S. Yancey.



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and rehabilitation of mentally disordered sex offenders,
including the criminal sexual psychopath and the child
molester.
Every legislative session since the first Legislative Coun-
cil met in a log house on a newly-cleared lot about a block
from here has faced challenges unique for its time.
But those of us in this session carry an additional re-
sponsibility: not only to meet the needs of growth, but
to demonstrate to the people of Florida and to the nation
that this apportioned legislature is truly independent,
truly representative, and truly responsive.
On motion by Representative Land, the foregoing remarks
made by The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington, Speaker of the
Forty-first House were ordered spread upon the pages of the
Journal.



Appointment of Standing Committees
The Speaker announced the appointment of the membership,
as reconstituted since the Organization Session, of the follow-
ing standing committees for the Forty-first House:
COMMITTEE ON AD VALOREM TAXATION (Group I)
Terrell Sessums, Chairman; Charles E. Rainey, Vice Chair-
man; Warren M. Briggs, George L. Caldwell, John R. Clark,
Granville H. Crabtree, Jr., Sandy D'Alemberte, Paul W. Danahy,
Charles E. Davis, Jr., William H. Fleece, Edmond M. Fortune,
Jan Fortune, Elton J. Gissendanner, Robert Graham, Gifford
Grange, Joseph W. H. Humphrey, Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr.,
Henry W. Land, Wayne Mixson, Clifford A. McNulty, Jerome
Pratt, Henry J. Prominski, Eugene F. Shaw, James Lorenzo
Walker.

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE (Group III)
W. M. (Bill) Inman, Chairman; E. C. Rowell, Vice Chairman;
Ted Alvarez, William H. Bevis, Lew Brantley, L. S. (Sam)
Campbell, John R. Culbreath, Edmond M. Fortune, W. D. Gor-
man, Robert C. Hector, Vernon C. Holloway, Charles J. King,
Ray Mattox, Clifford A. McNulty, Jack Murphy, Jack Poor-
baugh, Jerome Pratt, James L. Redman, John L. Ryals, J. K.
(Jim) Tillman, James Lorenzo Walker.
COMMITTEE ON APPORTIONMENT (Group III)
Bernie C. Papy, Jr., Chairman; Gordon W. Wells, Vice Chair-
man; Lynwood Arnold, James N. Beck, Richard A. Bird, John
R. Clark, William H. Fleece, William M. Gillespie, William G.
James, Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr., John Robert Middlemas, Wil-
liam E. Powell, William M. Register, Jr., Dan Scarborough,
Robert H. Shadley, Eugene F. Shaw, Carl A. Singleton.
COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS (Group III)
Henry W. Land, Chairman; James H. Sweeny, Jr., Vice Chair-
man; William C. Andrews, Phil Ashler, William R. Conway,
Granville H. Crabtree, Jr., John Crider, Robert C. De Young,
Murray H. Dubbin, James R. Eddy, Tom Gallen, Robert Gra-
ham, Mary R. Grizzle, Robert T. Mann, Leon N. McDonald,
Sr., Miley Miers, Wayne Mixson, Richard A. Pettigrew, W. H.
Reedy, John J. Savage, Fred Schultz, Terrell Sessums, Ken
Smith, Louis Wolfson, II, Jess Yarborough.

COMMITTEE ON BANKS & LOANS (Group V)
Tommy Stevens, Chairman; William V. Chappell, Jr., Vice
Chairman; Lynwood Arnold, William H. Bevis, David L. Brower,
John Crider, John R. Culbreath, Harold G. Featherstone, Robert
C. Hartnett, Charles J. King, Henry W. Land, Joseph M.
Martinez, Carey Matthews, Leon N. McDonald, Sr., Bernie C.
Papy, Jr., James L. Redman, John L. Ryals, Robert H. Shadley,
Eugene F. Shaw, Don H. Stafford, George B. Stallings, Jr.,
James Lorenzo Walker, Gordon W. Wells.
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COMMITTEE ON CLAIMS
James Lorenzo Walker, Chairman
Division A (Group IV)
Harold G. Featherstone, Vice Chairman; A. H. Craig, John
Crider, Jan Fortune, Jeff D. Gautier, Joel K. Gustafson, Gerald
Lewis, David L. Lindsey, Clifford A. McNulty, Wayne Mixson,
Ray C. Osborne, Jack Poorbaugh, Walter W. Sackett, Jr., Dan
Scarborough, Carl A. Singleton, Ben C. Williams.
Division B (Group V)
Don Nichols, Vice Chairman; Lew Brantley, L. S. Campbell,
Granville H. Crabtree, Jr., John R. Culbreath, John L. Ducker,
George Firestone, Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr., Jerome Pratt, A. S.
Robinson, Robert W. Rust, John L. Ryals, Ed S. Whitson, Jr.
COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE (Group I)
Murray H. Dubbin, Chairman; William M. Register, Jr., Vice
Chairman; William C. Andrews, Richard A. Bird, S. Gordon
Blalock, David L. Brower, John Crider, Marshall S. Harris,
Gerald Lewis, Elvin L. Martinez, Kent S. McKinley, John Rob-
ert Middlemas, Jack Murphy, Bernie C. Papy, Jr., Harry H.
Pfeiffer, Donald H. Reed, Jr., W. H. Reedy, Jim Reeves, John
J. Savage, Carl A. Singleton, James H. Sweeny, Jr.
COMMITTEE ON ELECTIONS (Group II)
Richard A. Pettigrew, Chairman; Charles E. Rainey, Vice
Chairman; William C. Andrews, E. Pope Bassett, Lew Brant-
ley, A. H. Craig, Charles E. Davis, Jr., Harold G. Featherstone,
William H. Fleece, Edmond M. Fortune, Jan Fortune, Mar-
shall S. Harris, Robert C. Hartnett, William G. James, Elvin
L. Martinez, Clifford A. McNulty, Jack Poorbaugh, Jerome
Pratt, Jim Reeves, William M. Register, Jr., Dan Scarborough.
COMMITTEE ON FINANCE & TAXATION (Group II)
James H. Sweeny, Jr., Chairman; Henry W. Land, Vice
Chairman; Lynwood Arnold, S. Gordon Blalock, William V.
Chappell, Jr., Murray H. Dubbin, John L. Ducker, James R.
Eddy, William M. Gillespie, Carey Matthews, Ray Mattox, John
Robert Middlemas, Kenneth M. Myers, Ray C. Osborne, Bernie
C. Papy, Jr., William E. Powell, Donald H. Reed, Jr., E. C.
Rowell, Fred Schultz, Robert H. Shadley, Eugene F. Shaw,
Guy Spicola, Ralph C. Tyre, James Lorenzo Walker, Gordon
W. Wells, Louis Wolfson, II.
COMMITTEE ON GAME & FRESH WATER FISH (Group I)
James N. Beck, Chairman; Ted Randell, Vice Chairman;
Lynwood Arnold, E. Pope Bassett, William H. Bevis, L. S.
Campbell, John R. Culbreath, Harold G. Featherstone, Gifford
Grange, Robert C. Hector, William G. James, Jack Poorbaugh,
Walter W. Sackett, Jr., Ken Smith, Guy W. Spicola, J. K. Till-
man, Ed S. Whitson, Jr., Louis Wolfson, II.
COMMITTEE ON HIGHER EDUCATION (Group V)
Phil Ashler, Chairman; Donald H. Reed, Jr., Vice Chairman;
William C. Andrews, James N. Beck, S. Gordon Blalock, John
R. Clark, William R. Conway, Murray H. Dubbin, Henton D.
Elmore, Jan Fortune, Robert Graham, Gifford Grange, Joel K.
Gustafson, Kent S. McKinley, Charles Nergard, Ray C. Osborne,
Richard A. Pettigrew, Henry J. Prominski, William M. Regis-
ter, Jr., Terrell Sessums, Ken Smith, Donald L. Tucker.
COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION (Group VII)
Leon N. McDonald, Sr., Chairman; Ray C. Osborne, Vice
Chairman; William V. Chappell, Jr., Richard A. Pettigrew,
George B. Stallings, Jr.

COMMITTEE ON INSURANCE & WORKMEN'S
COMPENSATION (Group VI)



William V. Chappell, Jr., Chairman; Bernie C. Papy, Jr.,
Vice Chairman; Richard A. Bird, Warren M. Briggs, A. H.
Craig, Robert C. De Young, Murray H. Dubbin, William D.
Gorman, Gifford Grange, Robert C. Hartnett, Vernon C. Hol-
loway, William G. James, Leon N. McDonald, Sr., Clifford A.
McNulty, John Robert Middlemas, Don Nichols, Jerome Pratt,
W. H. Reedy, A. S. Robinson, John J. Savage, Terrell Sessums,
Eugene F, Shaw, Donald L, Tucker,



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ert Middlemas, Miley Miers, Wayne Mixson, Jack Murphy, Ken-
neth M. Myers, Jim Reeves, E. C. Rowell, Walter W. Sackett, Jr.,
Carl A. Singleton, James H. Sweeny, Jr., J. K. Tillman, Quil-
lian S. Yancey.
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ROADS & HIGHWAYS (Group IV)
Lynwood Arnold, Chairman; W. H. Reedy, Vice Chairman;
David L. Brower, Paul W. Danahy, Robert C. De Young, Mau-



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COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY A (Group IV)
Gordon W. Wells, Chairman; John Robert Middlemas, Vice
Chairman; Richard A. Bird, William V. Chappell, Jr., Murray
H. Dubbin, Edmond M. Fortune, Charles E. Rainey, E. C. Row-
ell, John J. Savage, Fred Schultz, Eugene F. Shaw, James
Lorenzo Walker.
COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY B (Group III)
S. Gordon Blalock, Chairman; Carey Matthews, Vice Chair-
man; E. Pope Bassett, David L. Brower, Henton D. Elmore,
Harold G. Featherstone, George Firestone, Jeff D. Gautier,
Joel K. Gustafson, Elvin L. Martinez, Don Nichols, Arthur H.
Rude, Robert W. Rust, Ed S. Whitson, Jr.
COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY C (Group VI)
George B. Stallings, Jr., Chairman; John L. Ducker, Vice
Chairman; John Crider, Sandy D'Alemberte, Charles E. Davis,
Jr., Harold G. Featherstone, Maurice A. Ferre, Joseph W. H.
Humphrey, Charles J. King, Elvin L. Martinez, Henry J. Pro-
minski, Ted Randell, James L. Redman, Donald H. Reed, Jr.,
Jim Reeves, William M. Register, Jr., Robert H. Shadley, Ed
S. Whitson, Jr.
COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY D (Group VI)
Robert T. Mann, Chairman; Lynwood Arnold, Vice Chairman;
William C. Andrews, George L. Caldwell, Granville H. Crab-
tree, Jr., Paul W. Danahy, William H. Fleece, Tom Gallen, Elton
J. Gissendanner, Richard S. Hodes, Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr.,
David L. Lindsey, Miley Miers, Ray C. Osborne, Harry H. Pfeif-
fer.
COMMITTEE ON LABOR (Group VI)
Ben C. Williams, Chairman; Warren M. Briggs, Vice Chair-
man; Ted Alvarez, E. Pope Bassett, James N. Beck, Lew Brant-
ley, L. S. Campbell, John R. Culbreath, Henton D. Elmore, Jan
Fortune, Jeff D. Gautier, William M. Gillespie, Marshall S. Har-
ris, Robert C. Hector, Gerald Lewis, Joseph M. Martinez, Jr.,
Kent S. McKinley, Jack Poorbaugh, William E. Powell, John L.
Ryals, Dan Scarborough, Guy Spicola, Quillian S. Yancey.
COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT (Group II)
Jess Yarborough, Chairman; L. S. Campbell, Vice Chairman;
William H. Bevis, Warren M. Briggs, John R. Clark, Paul W.
Danahy, George Firestone, Tom Gallen, Elton J. Gissendanner,
Robert Graham, Richard S. Hodes, Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr.,
David L. Lindsey, Joseph M. Martinez, Jr., Miley Miers, Charles
Nergard, Donald G. Nichols, Harry H. Pfeiffer, Henry J. Prom-
inski, Ted Randell, A. S. Robinson, Arthur H. Rude, Carl A.
Singleton, Tommy Stevens, Ed S. Whitson, Jr.
COMMITTEE ON MENTAL HEALTH (Group III)
Maxine E. Baker, Chairman; Kenneth M. Myers, Vice Chair-
man; George L. Caldwell, Sandy D'Alemberte, Paul W. Danahy,
William L. Gibson, Robert C. Hartnett, Richard S. Hodes,
Charles Nergard, Charles E. Rainey, Walter W. Sackett, Jr.,
Guy Spicola, Don H. Stafford, George B. Stallings, Jr.
COMMITTEE ON PARI-MUTUEL AFFAIRS (Group I)
Carey Matthews, Chairman; James R. Eddy, Vice Chairman;
Ted Alvarez, Phil Ashler, Maxine E. Baker, William R. Con-
way, Robert C. De Young, Maurice A. Ferre, Tom Gallen, Mary
R. Grizzle, Robert C. Hartnett, Richard S. Hodes, W. M. Inman,
Charles J. King, David L. Lindsey, Robert T. Mann, Joseph M.
Martinez, William E. Powell, Arthur H. Rude, Robert W. Rust,
Dan Scarborough, Tommy Stevens, Donald L. Tucker, Quillian
S. Yancey.
COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH & WELFARE (Group V)
Louis Wolfson, II, Chairman; Ray Mattox, Vice Chairman;
Ted Alvarez, Maxine E. Baker, Richard A. Bird, Robert C. De
Young, Edmond M. Fortune, William D. Gorman, Marshall S.
Harris, Robert C. Hector, Richard S. Hodes, W. M. Inman, Wil-
liam G. James, David L. Lindsey, Elvin L. Martinez. John Rob-











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rice A. Ferre, William L. Gibson, Elton J. Gissendanner, Wil-
liam D. Gorman, Gifford Grange, Robert C. Hector, Vernon C.
Holloway, Charles J. King, Leon N. McDonald, Sr., Kent S.
McKinley, Miley Miers, Don Nichols, Jerome Pratt, Ted Ran-
dell, Jim Reeves, William M. Register, Jr., Arthur H. Rude,
Don H. Stafford, Tommy Stevens, Ralph C. Tyre, Quillian S.
Yancey.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY (Group II)
W. H. Reedy, Chairman; John J. Savage, Vice Chairman; Ted
Alvarez, Maxine E. Baker, David L. Brower, William R. Con-
way, Granville H. Crabtree, Jr., Maurice A. Ferre, Jeff D.
Gautier, William L. Gibson, William D. Gorman, Mary R.
Grizzle, Vernon C. Holloway, W. M. Inman, Robert T. Mann,
Ray Mattox, Leon N. McDonald, Sr., Jack Murphy, Robert W.
Rust, John L. Ryals, Terrell Sessums, Ken Smith, J. K. Till-
man, Ben C. Williams, Quillian S. Yancey.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SCHOOL EDUCATION (Group IV)
Ken Smith, Chairman; Robert T. Mann, Vice Chairman; Phil
Ashler, E. Pope Bassett, S. Gordon Blalock, Lew Brantley,
Warren M. Briggs, George Caldwell, John R. Clark, Sandy
D'Alemberte, Henton D. Elmore, William H. Fleece, Tom Gallen,
William M. Gillespie, Robert Graham, Mary R. Grizzle, Mar-
shall S. Harris, Joseph W. Humphrey, Kenneth M. Myers,
Charles Nergard, Richard A. Pettigrew, Harry H. Pfeiffer,
Henry J. Prominski, John L. Ryals, Donald L. Tucker.

COMMITTEE ON RETIREMENT & PERSONNEL (Group I)
Kenneth M. Myers, Chairman; Jess Yarborough, Vice Chair-
man; William V. Chappell, Jr., A. H. Craig, John L. Ducker,
Henton D. Elmore, George Firestone, Jeff D. Gautier, William
L. Gibson, Joel K. Gustafson, Donald G. Nichols, James L.
Redman, A. S. Robinson, Don H. Stafford, George B. Stallings,
Jr., Ralph C. Tyre, Gordon W. Wells.

COMMITTEE ON RULES & CALENDAR (Group VII)
E. C. Rowell, Chairman; Murray H. Dubbin, Vice Chairman;
James N. Beck, William V. Chappell, Jr., James R. Eddy,
Henry W. Land, Robert T. Mann, Carey Matthews, Ray Mattox,
Leon N. McDonald, Sr., Bernie C. Papy, Jr., Ted Randell,
Donald H. Reed, Jr., W. H. Reedy, John J. Savage, Fred
Schultz, Terrell Sessums, George B. Stallings, Jr., Tommy
Stevens, James H. Sweeny, Jr., Ralph C. Tyre, Gordon W.
Wells, Louis Wolfson, II, Jess Yarborough.



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SCHEDULE OF COMMITTEE MEETINGS

Meeting Days, GROUP I GROUP II GROUP III GROUP IV GROUP V GROUP VI GROUP VII
Times
8:00-9:30 A.M. 9:30-11:00 2:00-3:30 P.M. 3:30-5:00 P.M. 5:00-6:30 P.M. 8:00-9:30 P.M. at Call
A.M.

Mon., Tues., Wed., Ad Valorem Finance & Appropriations Public School Public Health Insurance & Rules &
Thurs., Fri. Taxation Taxation Education & Welfare Workmen's Calendar
Comp.


Mon., Tues., Wed., Commerce Local Mental Health Public Roads Higher Labor House
Thurs., Fri. Government & Highways Education Administration


Mon., Wed., Fri. Game & Fresh Public Safety Judiciary B Claims, State Govern- Judiciary C Standards &
Water Fish Division "A" mental Organ- Conduct
ization &
Efficiency


Mon., Wed., Fri. Pari-mutuel Elections Agriculture Citrus Banks & State
Affairs Loans Institutions


Tues., Thurs. Retirement & Salt Water Judiciary A Claims, Judiciary D
Personnel Conservation Division "B"



Tues. Thr. porinmn



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COMMITTEE ON SALT WATER CONSERVATION
(Group III)
A. H. Craig, Chairman; Ted Randell, Vice Chairman; Charles
E. Davis, Jr., Maurice A. Ferre, Elton J. Gissendanner, Gifford
Grange, Joseph W. H. Humphrey, Gerald Lewis, Joseph M.
Martinez, Jr., Kent S. McKinley, Bernie C. Papy, Jr., Harry H.
Pfeiffer, Jim Reeves, A. S. Robinson, Donald L. Tucker, Jen C.
Williams.

COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS & CONDUCT (Group VII)
John J. Savage, Chairman; Gordon W. Wells, Vice Chairman;
S. Gordon Blalock, Granville H. Crabtree, Jr., Sandy D'Alem-
berte, Paul W. Danahy, George Firestone, Tom Gallen, Leon
N. McDonald, Sr., Robert W. Rust, Quillian S. Yancey.

COMMITTEE ON STATE GOVERNMENTAL
ORGANIZATION & EFFICIENCY (Group V)
Fred Schultz, Chairman; James R. Eddy, Vice Chairman;
Phil Ashler, E. Pope Bassett, Warren M. Briggs, George Cald-
well, Sandy D'Alemberte, Maurice A. Ferre, William M. Gillespie,
Vernon C. Holloway, Joseph W. Humphrey, Gerald Lewis,
Charles E. Rainey, Dan Scarborough, Guy W. Spicola, Ben C.
Williams, Jess Yarborough.
COMMITTEE ON STATE INSTITUTIONS (Group VI)
Ralph C. Tyre, Chairman; Mary R. Grizzle, Vice Chairman;
Maxine E. Baker, George Firestone, William L. Gibson, Joel
K. Gustafson, W. M. Inman, Wayne Mixson, Jack Murphy,
Kenneth M. Myers, Charles Nergard, E. C. Rowell, Arthur H.
Rude, Robert W. Rust, Walter W. Sackett, Jr., Don H. Stafford,
Louis Wolfson, II.


Adjournment
On motion by Representative Rowell, the House adjourned
at 12 noon to reconvene at 2:45 p.m. today.


AFTERNOON SESSION
The House was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore at
2:45 p.m.



Tues., Thurs.



Apportionment











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The following members were recorded present:



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Featherstone
Andrews Ferre
Arnold Firestone
Ashler Fleece
Baker Fortune, E. M.
Bassett Fortune, J.
Beck Gallen
Bevis Gautier
Bird Gibson
Blalock Gillespie
Brantley Gissendanner
Briggs Gorman
Brower Graham
Caldwell Grange
Campbell Grizzle
Chappell Gustafson
Clark Harris
Conway Hartnett
Crabtree Hector
Craig Hodes
Crider Holloway
Culbreath Humphrey
D'Alemberte Inman
Danahy James
Davis Kennelly
De Young King
Dubbin Land
Ducker Lewis
Eddy Lindsey
Elmore Mann
A quorum was present.



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell



Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Turlington
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Recess
On motion by Representative Rowell, the house stood in
informal recess at 2:50 p.m. for the Standing Committees to
organize.


House Reconvened

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 3:00 p.m.
A quorum was present.


Reports of Standing Committees
The Chairman or Vice Chairman of all Standing Committees
reported that their committees were organized and ready to
transact business.


Report of the Committee on Rules & Calendar
The following report was read:



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives



Tallahassee
April 4, 1967



Sir:
Your Committee on Rules & Calendar begs leave to re-
port and recommend the following amendments to the
Rules of the Forty-first House of Representatives:
(1) In Rule 6.1 delete the Committees on Claims B and
Motor Vehicles & Carriers and add a new Committee
on Standards & Conduct.
(2) In Rule 6.6 delete the Committee on Constitutional
Amendments and insert in lieu thereof the Committee
on Ad Valorem Taxation.
(3) Delete Rule 8.4 and insert in lieu thereof the fol-
lowing:



April 4, 1967



8.4-All bills or joint resolutions shall be referred
by the Speaker to an appropriate committee except
when the bill or joint resolution is being introduced
by a committee whose jurisdiction embraces the sub-
ject of the bill. In such event, said bills or joint
resolutions shall be referred to the Calendar.
(4) In Rule 8.8 delete the Committee on Constitutional
Amendments and insert in lieu thereof the Commit-
tee on Ad Valorem Taxation.
In meeting of the Committee duly called and assembled
for the purpose of considering amendments to the Rules,
upon motion to adopt this Report, the vote of the Com-
mittee was as follows:
Ayes: Beck, Chappell, Eddy, Land, Mann, Mattox, Mc-
Donald, Papy, Randell, Reed, Reedy, Savage, Sessums,
Stallings, Stevens, Sweeny, Tyre, Wells, Wolfson, Yar-
borough, Dubbin, and Rowell
Nays: None
MEMBERS PRESENT: Rowell, Dubbin, Beck, Chappell,
Eddy, Land, Mann, Mattox, McDonald, Papy, Randell,
Reed, Reedy, Savage, Sessums, Stallings, Stevens,
Sweeny, Tyre, Wells, Wolfson, and Yarborough
MEMBERS ABSENT: Matthews and Schultz
Respectfully submitted,
E. C. ROWELL
Chairman,
Committee on Rules &
Calendar
On motion by Representative Rowell, the above report, further
amending the Rules of the House, was accepted and adopted.


Introduction and Reference
By Representatives Myers, Danahy, Graham, Lewis, Hector,
and Firestone-
HB 1-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxes on
gasoline and like products; amending section 208.44(3), (12),
Florida Statutes, changing the distribution formula for seventh
(7th) cent tax; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Roads & Highways and Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Myers, Lewis, Harris, and Graham-
HB 2-A bill to be entitled An act to be known as the
"uniform deceptive trade practices act"; prohibiting certain
acts as deceptive trade practices; providing a penalty for will-
ful violation; providing for injunctive relief and other equit-
able and legal remedies; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tee on Commerce.
By Representatives Myers and Graham-
HCR 3-A concurrent resolution ratifying the proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to
succession to Presidency and Vice Presidency; disability of
President.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary A.
By Representative Arnold-
HJR 4-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to sec-
tion 7 of article X of the State Constitution to provide com-
plete exemption from taxation of the homestead of any person
aged sixty-five (65) or older.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
By Representatives Baker and Harris-



HB 5-A bill to be entitled An act relating to relocation
payments; authorizing the making of relocation payments to
certain persons in connection with federal aid highway projects
pursuant to rules and regulations adopted by the state road
board; providing an effective date.













-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
HB 6-Withdrawn
By Representative Ashler-
HB 7-A bill to be entitled An act relating to free motor
vehicle license plates; amending subsection (3) and adding
subsection (4) to section 320.084, Florida Statutes, to provide
free license plates to disabled veterans; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Finance & Taxation.
By Representative Ashler-
HB 8-A bill to be entitled An act relating to driver's license
fees; amending section 322.21, Florida Statutes, by adding sub-
section (6) to exempt certain disabled veterans from said fees;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Reedy and Craig-
HB 9-A bill to be entitled An act to amend chapter 155,
Florida Statutes, relating to county hospitals by amending
section 155.22, Florida Statutes, to define operation of ambu-
lance service as public purpose within authority of county hos-
pitals.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.
By Representative Reedy-
HB 10-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter 125,
Florida Statutes, relating to powers, duties, and compensation
of county commissioners by adding section 125.441, Florida
Statutes, declaring the operation and maintenance of ambu-
lance service to be a county purpose; authorizing the use of
county funds to carry out such purpose; authorizing the several
boards of county commissioners to enter into agreements with
other governmental agencies or other agencies or entities within
the county for the operation and maintenance of ambulance
service and make payment therefore with county funds; author-
izing the making of a charge; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Local Government and Finance & Taxation.
By Representative Reedy-
HB 11-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation of
traffic on highways; amending subsection (1) of section 317.453,
Florida Statutes, relating to vehicles stopping at all railroad
crossings; removing the requirement referring to any vehicle
with three or more axles; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.
By Representatives Reedy and Craig-
HB 12-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter 167,
Florida Statutes, relating to general powers of municipalities
by adding section 167.651, Florida Statutes, declaring the opera-
tion and maintenance of ambulance service to be a municipal
purpose; authorizing the use of municipal funds to carry out
such purpose; authorizing governing bodies of municipalities to
enter into agreements with other agencies for the operation and
maintenance of ambulance service and make payment there-
for with municipal funds; authorizing the making of a charge;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Local Government and Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Lewis, Holloway, Harris, Hector, Brow-
er and Gissendanner-
HB 13-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the opening
and closing of polls, amending section 100.011, Florida Statutes,
to extend the closing hour of the polls.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Elections.



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By Representative Crabtree-
HB 14-A bill to be entitled An act requiring the county
judge to appoint a guardian of the estate of a mentally compe-
tent person who is physically incapable of managing his prop-
erty and who voluntarily petitions for such appointment.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.
By Representative Crabtree-
HB 15-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the can-
vassing of absentees' ballots; amending section 101.141, Florida
Statutes, by adding subsection (8), and amending section
101.151, Florida Statutes, by adding subsection (9); authoriz-
ing use of data processing cards to facilitate the canvassing
of absentees' ballots upon approval by the secretary of state;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Elections.
By Representative Crabtree-
HB 16-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the terms of
office of county commissioners and members of the county
school boards; amending section 100.041(2) and (3), Florida
Statutes, providing that the terms of office of county commis-
sioners and county school board members shall begin on the
Tuesday following the general election; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.
By Representative Myers-
HB 17-A bill to be entitled An act relating to evidence;
amending the uniform business records as evidence act, section
92.36(2), Florida Statutes, to provide that records kept by
means of electronic data processing be admissible as evidence.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.
By Representatives Baker, Myers, Dubbin, Pettigrew, Feath-
erstone, Sackett, Mann, Grizzle, and Brower-
HB 18-A bill to be entitled An act relating to abandon-
ment or discard of iceboxes, refrigerators or deep-freeze lock-
ers; amending sections 823.07-823.09, Florida Statutes, making
it unlawful for any person to abandon or discard certain ice-
boxes, refrigerators or deep-freeze lockers without removing
the doors or to permit the same to remain on premises under
his control; providing exceptions; declaring the same to be an
attractive nuisance; making a person violating section 823.07,
Florida Statutes, guilty of a misdemeanor, or in the event
death results, manslaughter; providing punishment.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.
By Representatives Myers, Gautier, Sweeny, Featherstone,
Yancey, Crider, Alvarez, Harris, Lewis, D'Alemberte, Sackett,
Holloway, Hector, Singleton, Hartnett, Baker, Matthews,
Brower, Firestone, Land, Pettigrew, Osborne, Reed, Poorbaugh,
Rust, Conway, Dubbin, Rude, Prominski, Middlemas, Mann,
Sessums, Danahy, Hodes, E. L. Martinez, Redman, Register,
Ryals, Spicola, De Young, Humphrey, Grizzle, Savage, Fleece,
Murphy, Stafford, Robinson, Eddy, and Bird-
HB 19-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Florida
state hospitals; repealing section 394.014, Florida Statutes, au-
thorizing and directing the board of commissioners of state
institutions to establish a branch of Florida state hospital in
Hernando county; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Institutions.
By Representative Redman-
HB 20-A bill to be entitled An act to exempt the state of
Florida from the daylight saving time provisions of the federal
"Uniform Time Act Of 1966" and to provide that Florida
shall remain on standard time; providing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Commerce.



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By Representatives D'Alemberte, Hector, Lewis, Harris and
Firestone-
HB 21-A bill to be entitled An act relating to game or sport;
repealing section 855.05, Florida Statutes, which provides a
penalty for engaging in game or sport on Sunday.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.
By Representatives Myers, Baker, Pettigrew, Lewis, and
Hector-
HB 22-A bill to be entitled An act relating to hospitaliza-
tion of the mentally ill; providing definitions; providing
criminal penalties for wrongfully causing hospitalization; pro-
tecting good faith actions; extending voluntary procedures to
facilities other than state hospitals; providing emergency and
non-emergency procedures for involuntary hospitalization of the
mentally ill in facilities other than the state hospitals; pro-
viding for release of involuntary patients and protection of
rights of patients; providing for payment of care for patients;
and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Mental Health and Finance & Taxation.
THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR
By Representatives Baker, Myers, Dubbin and Firestone-
HB 23-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the child
molester act; amending and revising chapter 801, Florida
Statutes, defining certain general terms; authorizing estab-
lishment of the Florida research and treatment center; pro-
viding for transfers thereto; redefining offense under said
chapter to include therein all listed acts committed in the
presence of persons fourteen (14) years of age or under; re-
quiring presentence examination by court appointed psychia-
trists of person convicted of an offense punishable under this
chapter; prescribing the powers and duties of trial judge after
conviction and examination; providing term of maximum sen-
tence; authorizing and providing for voluntary commitment;
prescribing the powers and duties of the division of corrections
and the board of commissioners of state institutions in carry-
ing out the provisions of the chapter; providing for advisory
and reviewing boards and their powers and duties; providing
for return of committed persons to the court and the powers
and duties of the trial court in respect thereto; providing for
suspension of judgment and probation; authorizing psychiatric
examination of persons charged and of complaining witness
upon petition by defendant; providing for costs and the assess-
ment and recovery thereof; making it unlawful to publish the
name of unmarried persons under sixteen (16) years of age
connected with sex offenses; limiting the attendance at court
when any person under sixteen (16) years of age is testifying
concerning a sex offense; and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B, Appropriations, and Finance & Taxation.
HB 24-Withdrawn
By Representatives Brower, Alvarez, Andrews, Baker, Clark,
Crider, D'Alemberte, Dubbin, Featherstone, Firestone, Gautier,
Gillespie, Graham, Grange, Grizzle, Harris, Hartnett, Hector,
Holloway, Lewis, Matthews, Mattox, Myers, Nichols, Papy, Pet-
tigrew, Poorbaugh, Pratt, Reedy, Reeves, Rust, Sackett, Scar-
borough, Sessums, Singleton, Smith, Spicola, Stafford, Tucker,
Wolfson, Yancey, and Yarborough-
HB 25-A bill to be entitled An act designating and naming
a certain highway in Dade County as Interama Boulevard;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
By Representatives Brantley, Alvarez, Andrews, Arnold, Ash-
ler, Baker, Beck, Bird, Blalock, Brantley, Campbell, Clark, Con-
way, Crabtree, Craig, Crider, D'Alemberte, Danahy, Eddy, Fire-
stone, Fortune, E., Gallen, Gautier, Gillespie, Grange, Hector,
Inman, Kennelly, Land, E. L. Martinez, Matthews, Middlemas,
Miers, Nichols, Papy, Pratt, Randell, Redman, Reed, Reeves.



Rust, Scarborough, Schultz, Sessums, Smith, Spicola, Stallings,
Sweeny, Tucker, Wells, Williams, Wolfson, and Yarborough.
HB 26-A bill to be entitled An act relating to all elected
and appointed municipal officials; amending chapter 166, Flor-



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mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.
By Representative Ashler-
HB 37-A bill to be entitled An act relating to construction
design of public buildings; amending chapter 255, Florida



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ida Statutes, by adding section 166.16, providing for their sus-
pension from office during their indictment by a grand jury on
account of their official conduct; providing for reinstatement
with back pay upon being cleared of charges in the indictment;
providing for removal from office if found guilty of the charges;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
By Representatives Baker and Harris-
HB 27-A bill to be entitled An act relating to criminal sex-
ual psychopaths; amending section 917.12, Florida Statutes; re-
defining the term; providing for commitment of persons determ-
ined to be sexual psychopaths to division of corrections; provid-
ing for director of division to perform duties presently dele-
gated to superintendent of institution of commitment; provid-
ing for the availability and confidentiality of records; provid-
ing for compensation of psychiatrists; providing for payment
of such compensation and other costs by the county where
trial is held; providing for payment by state of costs for care
of defendant while in state institution; providing for recovery
of costs from property of defendant; providing for transfer
from corrections division to division of mental health of per-
sons determined to be psychotic; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Mental Health and Finance & Taxation.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 28-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bribery;
amending section 838.071, Florida Statutes, making present sec-
tion into subsection (1) and adding subsection (2) providing
for additional penalty.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
HB 29-Withdrawn
By Representatives Walker and Harris-
HB 30-A bill to be entitled An act relating to school in-
structional personnel; amending sections 236.07(3)(a),(c) and
236.02(6)(a)1.,2., Florida Statutes, increasing the salaries of
certain instructional personnel pursuant to the minimum foun-
dation program; fixing a minimum salary of five thousand dol-
lars ($5,000.00) for Rank III; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public School Education and Appropriations.
HB 31-Withdrawn
HB 32-Withdrawn
HB 33-Withdrawn
By Representatives Firestone, Crabtree, Redman, Clark, Gil-
lespie, Conway, Schultz, E. M. Fortune, Holloway, Harris,
Featherstone, Hector and Bird-
HB 34-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor-driven
cycles; amending section 317.981, Florida Statutes, providing
for the wearing of safety helmets.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.
HB 35-Withdrawn
By Representative Ashler-
HB 36-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public school
plants; amending section 235.26, Florida Statutes, relating to
minimum standards for school buildings by adding subsection
(21) providing that shelter slanting and cost-reduction tech-
niques be considered in the initial plan and design of any public
school to be constructed after the effective date of this law;
authorizing modification of existing schools to provide shelter
and for participation in federal programs for this purpose;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-













Statutes, by adding section 255.042, requiring that the creation
of fallout shelter through cost-reduction and slanting tech-
niques be considered in the design phase of any public building;
providing procedures to obtain free professional development
services; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.
By Representative Ashler-
HB 38-A bill to be entitled An act relating to civil defense;
amending section 252.04, Florida Statutes, by adding subsection
(5) requiring that the state civil defense agency submit a
biennial report; amending section 252.05 (2), Florida Statutes,
to allow appointment and designation of additional members
to the civil defense advisory board; amending section 252.09
(1)(a), Florida Statutes, to include combined county-city gov-
ernment; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency.
By Representative Ashler-
HCR 39-A concurrent resolution relating to fallout shelters;
recommending state and local governmental responsibilities for
construction or modification of public buildings.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency.
By Representative Gallen-
HB 40-A bill to be entitled An act relating to disposition of
unclaimed property; amending chapter 717, Florida Statutes,
by adding section 717.131; providing that a petition may be
granted by the circuit court to declare property abandoned not-
withstanding fifteen (15) year waiting period; providing that
such property shall be delivered to the administrator; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.
HB 41-Withdrawn
By Representative Spicola-
HB 42-A bill to be entitled An act relating to certain fish-
ing, hunting, camping, swimming and diving equipment; re-
pealing sections 212.50, 212.51, 212.52, 212.53, 212.54, 212.55,
212.56, 212.57 and 212.58, Florida Statutes, constituting all of
part II of chapter 212, Florida Statutes, prescribing a tax on
said equipment and the method of collection; providing an ef-
fective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Game & Fresh Water Fish and Finance & Taxation.
HB 43-Withdrawn
HB 44-Withdrawn
By Representative Fleece-
HB 45-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
Guardianship Law; amending chapter 744.48, Florida Statutes,
by adding sections 744.481; 744.482 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f);
744.483; 744.484; to provide for periodic examination of wards;
imposing the duty to file reports; providing for the payment
of costs; providing for an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.
By Representative Matthews--
HB 46-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the attorney
general; creating section 16.011, Florida Statutes, prescribing the
powers and duties of the attorney general and his designated
assistants in connection with civil and criminal proceedings;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary A.



By Representatives Reeves, Alvarez, Andrews, Arnold, Ash-
ler, Baker, Beck, Bird, Blalock, Brantley, Briggs, Brower,
Campbell, Chappell, Clark, Conway, Crabtree, Craig, Crider,



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De Young, Ducker, Elmore, Featherstone, Firestone, Fleece,
E. M. Fortune, Gallen, Gautier, Gillespie, Grange, Grizzle,
Hartnett, Hector, Hodes, Holloway, Humphrey, Inman, Ken-
nelly, Land, Lewis, Mattox, McDonald, Miers, Murphy, Nichols,
Osborne, Papy, Poorbaugh, Pratt, Randell, Redman, Reed,
Reedy, Robinson, Rude, Rust, Sackett, Scarborough, Schultz,
Singleton, Smith, Spicola, Stallings, Tucker, Tyre, Walker,
Wells, Williams, Wolfson, Yancey, and Yarborough-
HM 47-A memorial to the congress of the United States,
urging congress to amend the constitution to provide authority
in all schools and colleges supported by public funds to permit
the voluntary participation by students in these institutions in
prayer in any classroom or auditorium within the schools.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary A.
By Representative Osborne-
HB 48-A bill to be entitled An act relating to voter regis-
tration lists; amending chapter 98, Florida Statutes, by adding
section 98.213, to provide for the compilation of separate lists
of registered voters according to sex; providing for copies at a
reasonable cost; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Commit-
tee on Elections.
By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HB 49-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public officials;
providing for suspension from office of state, county or municipal
officers or employees during indictment by a grand jury; provid-
ing for reinstatement with back pay upon exoneration; provid-
ing for removal from office and forfeiture of retirement benefits
if found guilty of the charges.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary C and Appropriations.
By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HCR 50-A concurrent resolution proclaiming the 12th day
of April, 1967, to be Steve Spurrier Day.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HB 51-A bill to be entitled An act relating to suspension
of public officers or employees; creating section 112.041, Florida
Statutes, providing for the suspension of any public officer or
employee for refusing to answer certain questions concerning
his official duties or refusing to answer, asserting privilege
against self-incrimination.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.
By Representative Crider-
HB 52-A bill to be entitled An act relating to jurors and
jury lists; amending chapter 40, Florida Statutes, by adding
section 40.241, to provide that grand jurors called to examine
evidence of corruption in government be paid twenty-five
dollars ($25.00) per day of actual service.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary C and Appropriations.
By Representative Myers-
HB 53-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public schools;
amending chapter 232, Florida Statutes, by adding section
232.321, prohibiting the manufacture, sale, possession, control,
administering, dispensing or compounding of lysergic acid
diethylamide (LSD) or other hallucinogenic drug by any person
upon any public school premises or by any student enrolled
in any public school.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.
By Representative Myers-



HB 54-A bill to be entitled An act relating to lysergic acid
diethylamide (LSD) or other hallucinogenic drug; prohibiting
the manufacture, sale, possession, control, administering, dis-



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pensing or compounding of said drug by any person; excepting
certain persons; providing a penalty.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.
By Representative Brantley-
HJR 55-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to sec-
tion 7 of Article X of the State Constitution relating to home-
stead exemption by increasing the exemption.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HB 56-A bill to be entitled An act relating to gasoline tax,
distribution; amending sections 208.44(3) and 339.08(3), Flor-
ida Statutes, providing for distribution of the seventh (7th)
cent gas tax to the counties upon their request; providing an ef-
fective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Roads & Highways and Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HB 57-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on ciga-
rettes; amending section 210.20(2)(a), Florida Statutes; provid-
ing for distribution of portion of funds; providing effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Finance & Taxation and Appropriations.
By Representative Gallen-
HM 58-A Memorial to the Congress of the United States to
provide for a Constitutional Amendment establishing qualifica-
tions of Federal judges, retirement, and elections for Federal
judges.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.
By Representative Brantley-
HB 59-A bill to be entitled An act relating to vendors,
food sales; amending chapter 509, Florida Statutes, by adding
section 509.232, making it a misdemeanor for any person operat-
ing any portable food vendor to consummate sales within a
certain distance of established restaurants.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.
By Representative E. M. Fortune-
HB 60-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists;
amending section 465.091(2), Florida Statutes, by increasing
the fee for annual renewal of registration certificates and pro-
viding an exemption from payment of said fee for persons li-
censed fifty (50) years or more; providing effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Finance & Taxation and Appropriations.
By Representative Alvarez-
HB 61-A bill to be entitled An act creating a state water
control board; providing for appointment, terms, qualifications,
compensation and expenses of members; providing for regular
meetings; authorizing rules and regulations; providing for in-
spections; providing for selection of director; setting forth
powers and duties; providing regulatory powers; authorizing
injunctive relief; providing a penalty; providing effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.
By Representatives Matthews, Dubbin, Yarborough, Single-
ton, Sackett, Baker, Hector, Lewis and Harris--



HB 62-A bill to be entitled An act relating to outdoor
recreation and conservation; amending section 375.021(3),
Florida Statutes, defining the responsibility of the outdoor
recreational development council in reviewing the comprehensive
outdoor recreational development plan for the state prepared
by the outdoor recreational planning committee; providing an
effective date.



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HB 70-A bill to be entitled An act relating to offenses
concerning motor vehicles; amending section 860.01, Florida
Statutes; providing for the elimination of the requirement that
any of the described vehicles be propelled by gasoline, gas, vapor,
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-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency.
By Representative Gallen-
HB 63-A bill to be entitled An act relating to homestead
exemption; providing that a lien shall be placed upon property
in estate of deceased person who claimed exemption for home-
stead when not a bona fide resident of the state; providing for
satisfaction of said lien by payment of amount due plus six
per cent (6%) interest per annum.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Ad Valorem Taxation.
By Representative Matthews-
HB 64-A bill to be entitled An act relating to punishment
for the offense of attempted breaking and entering with intent
to commit a misdemeanor; amending section 810.05, Florida
Statutes, by providing penalty for attempted breaking and
entering with intent to commit a misdemeanor; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.
By Representative Matthews -
HB 65-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers'
licenses, amending paragraph (h) of subsection (2) of section
322.27, Florida Statutes; providing that when any court having
jurisdiction over traffic arrests fails to record or specify the
number of points upon conviction report, the department shall
assign a certain number of points for certain enumerated con-
victions; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.
By Representative Matthews-
HB 66-A bill to be entitled An act relating to larceny of
automobiles; amending section 811.20, Florida Statutes; provid-
ing for the elimination of the requirement that any described
stolen vehicles be propelled by electricity, gasoline or kerosene;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Matthews-
HB 67-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sentence for
indeterminate period for non-capital felonies; amending
section 921.18, Florida Statutes, by providing that court may
impose any minimum sentence, not less than six months, when
sentencing for an indeterminate period; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Matthews-
HB 68-A bill to be entitled An act relating to narcotics,
exceptions; amending section 398.09(1)(a), and (3) (a), Florida
Statutes; providing for elimination of certain medicinal prepara-
tions as exceptions; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.
By Representative Matthews-
HB 69-A bill to be entitled An act relating to probation
of defendant in criminal cases; amending section 948.01, Florida
Statutes, by adding a new subsection (4) permitting court where
imposing sentence to county jail, to direct defendant to be
placed on probation upon completion of any portion of the term
of sentence; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Matthews-













-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Turlington-
HJR 71-A joint resolution proposing a revision of the Con-
stitution of Florida.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 72-A bill to be entitled An act relating to subdivisions
abutting state highways; requiring approval by the state road
department; amending chapter 317, Florida Statutes, by adding
317.0114; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the, Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 73-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the definition
of the word road and adding thereto water storage areas;
amending section 334.03(13), Florida Statutes; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-.
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 74-A bill to be entitled An act relating to wayside
parks; giving the State Road Board authority to name wayside
parks; amending section 335.16, Florida Statutes; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 75-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trash on
public highways; prohibiting the dumping of household gar-
bage in roadside trash receptacles; amending section 339.29,
Florida Statutes; providing a penalty for violation of this
act; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 76-A bill to be entitled An act relating to excise
taxes on documents; eliminating the need for documentary
stamps on all deeds to public agencies; amending section
201.02, Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 77-A bill to be entitled An act relating to receiving or
depositing passengers from automobiles on limited access facil-
ities; amending section 339.30, Florida Statutes, by adding
(1)(j); providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 78-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the classifica-
tion of roads in the state highway system; amending section
335.04(3), Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 79-A bill to be entitled An act relating to railroad
crossings; allocating the installation costs of automatic train
warning devices so that one-half shall be borne by railroad
companies; providing for maintenance and enforcement;
amending chapter 357, Florida Statutes, by adding section
357.08; providing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.



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By Representative Arnold-
HB 80-A bill to be entitled An act relating to eminent
domain proceedings providing that enhancement of value of
remaining property be offset against value of the property
appropriated as well as against severance damage; amending
section 73.071(4), Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 81-A bill to be entitled An act relating to preparation
of road department budget; amending section 334.21, Florida
Statutes; providing for a five year plan; repealing subsections
9(a)(5) and 9(b) of section 334.21, Florida Statutes; provid-
ing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 82-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the county
road systems; providing for improvements thereof through em-
ployment of professionally trained county engineers and mini-
mum standards for construction and maintenance; providing
additional funds therefore; and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 83-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the chair-
man and members of the state road board; creation of the
office of state road commissioner; defining the powers and
duties of said board and commissioner; repealing sections
334.06 and 334.09, Florida Statutes; enacting sections 334.061,
334.062 and 334.091, Florida Statutes; amending sections
334.10, 334.11 and 334.18, Florida Statutes; and providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Roads & Highways and Appropriations.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 84-A bill to be entitled An act relating to operation
of railroads; amending Chapter 351, Florida Statutes, by add-
ing Section 351.31, to provide that the Boards of County Com-
missioners may regulate the speed of railroad trains in certain
areas; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.
By Representative Arnold-
HB 85-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
highway patrol; amending section 321.04, Florida Statutes, to
delete the provision for the assignment of one patrolman to
the office of the chairman of the state road department; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency.
By Representatives Schultz, D'Alemberte, Rainey, and Gra-
ham-
HB 86-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state plan-
ning; providing for the creation of an office of state planning
and programming and appointment of a chief administrator
for planning and programming to study, evaluate and prepare
recommendations to the budget commission, file a state plan,
make special reports, prepare and distribute an annual report;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency, Ap-
propriations, and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Yarborough-



HB 87-A bill to be entitled An act relating to boards of
county commissioners, zoning and building regulations; author-
izing all boards of county commissioners to adopt zoning and
building regulations in the unincorporated areas within their
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ers to divide said territory into districts or zones, and to regu-
late and restrict the uses of lands, water, buildings and other
structures for trade, industry, residence or other purposes; au-
thorizing the adoption, change and enforcement of codes; pro-
viding for the method of procedure and appointment of a zoning
board and prescribing its powers and duties; authorizing ap-
pointment of a board of adjustment and prescribing its powers
and duties, and of administrative officials and their powers and
duties; providing for appeals; authorizing fees to be charged;
authorizing expenditures to carry out the provisions of this act;
prescribing procedures of enforcing the rules, orders and regu-
lations adopted under authority of this act; prescribing penalties
for the violation of this act or any related code; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Spicola-
HB 88-A bill to be entitled An act relating to water pol-
lution; amending chapter 372, Florida Statutes, by adding section
372.851, providing civil liability for the discharge of polluting
material into certain waters; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Firestone, Fleece, Murphy, Arnold, Spi-
cola, Ryals, Holloway, D'Alemberte, Shaw, Brower, Papy, Hart-
nett, Harris and Bird-
HB 89-A bill to be entitled An act relating to larceny,
grand; amending section 811.021(2), Florida Statutes, redefin-
ing grand larceny to include any property taken which ag-
gregates one hundred dollars ($100.00) or more in any twelve
(12) consecutive month period.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.



Message from the Senate



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives



April 4, 1967



Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has adopted-
HCR 1 (Org.)
Respectfully,
Edwin G. Fraser
Secretary of the Senate
HCR 1 (Org.), contained in the above message was ordered
enrolled.
THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR

Adjournment
On motion by Representative Rowell, the House adjourned at
3:44 p.m. to reconvene at 6:45 p.m. today.
JOINT SESSION
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 6:45 P.M.
Pursuant to the provisions of HCR 1 (Org.), the Members
of the Senate, escorted by the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate
and the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House, appeared at the door
of the House and were seated in the Chamber.
The Speaker asked the President of the Senate to preside
at the Joint Session.
THE PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE IN THE CHAIR
The roll of the House was taken and the following Members
were recorded present:
Mr. Speaker Bassett Briggs Conway
Alvarez Beck Brower Crabtree
Andrews Bevis Caldwell Craig
Arnold Bird Campbell Crider
Ashler Blalock Chappell Culbreath
Baker Brantley Clark D'Alemberte



Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris



Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy



Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman,
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage



Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



The roll of the Senate was called and the following Senators
answered:



Mr. President
Askew
Bafalis
Barron
Barrow
Bell
Boyd
Broxson
Chiles
Clayton
Cross
Deeb



de la Parte
Edwards
Elrod
Fincher
Fisher
Friday
Gibson
Gong
Griffin
Gunter
Haverfield
Henderson



Hollahan
Horne
Johnson
Knopke
Lane
McClain
Mathews
O'Grady
Ott
Plante
Poston
Reuter



Sayler
Shevin
Slade
Spencer
Stockton
Stolzenburg
Stone
Thomas
Weber
Weissenborn
Wilson
Young



A quorum of the Joint Session was declared present.
Prayer by Dr. Fred T. Laughon, Chaplain of the House.
O God of all mankind, we begin our service to the people
of Florida by giving our lives to Thee as fully as we
know how to do. Grasp our hands like a father holds his
child's hand to cross a dangerous street, and see us
through these days. We so easily worry about our homes
and families, but for these days, watch over them while
we make all Floridians our family. In giving Thee our
lives, take our minds and think through them. Take our
lips and speak through them. Take our lives and make
them like Jesus. In this way we dedicate all who serve
this state these days. Through Jesus Christ our Lord we
pray. Amen.


Arrival of Cabinet, Supreme Court
Seated at the rostrum were members of the Cabinet and of
the Supreme Court.


Presentation of Mrs. Claude R. Kirk, Jr.
On motion by Senator Bafalis, the President appointed Sena-
tors Bafalis, Gong, and O'Grady and the Speaker appointed
Representatives Grizzle, Wolfson, and Yarborough as a com-
mittee to escort Mrs. Claude R. Kirk, Jr., to the rostrum where
she was presented to the Joint Session.


Committee to the Governor
On motion by Mr. Arnold, the President appointed Senators
Slade, Weissenborn, and Young, and the Speaker appointed
Representatives Reedy, Rowell, and Poorbaugh as a joint com-
mittee to notify Governor Kirk that the Legislature had as-
sembled to receive his message. The Committee escorted the
Governor to the rostrum.
The President then presented Governor Kirk, who addressed
the Joint Session as follows:



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Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, members of the State Cabi-
net, Honorable Justices of the Florida Supreme Court, dis-
tinguished members of the Florida Legislature, my fellow
Floridians:
Every session of every American legislature historically
begins as ours has-with a prayer in which the Almighty
is entreated to grant us the wisdom needed to accomplish
our tasks.
While it is in the province of God to dispense the wisdom
we so earnestly seek, we must look within ourselves to sum-
mon the resolve to carry out the responsibilities that con-
front us.
Tonight the people of Florida are seeing and hearing us
as this legislative session begins.
Let us now, therefore, resolve together, as legislators and
Governor, to meet our responsibilities and not to evade
them.
To conduct ourselves as the people's servants and not at-
tempt to be their masters.
To cease now being politicians and attempt to be states-
men.
The programs we shall present to you during this ses-
sion are Florida programs-not party programs, not po-
litical programs, not sectional programs.
But I recognize as a practical matter that although we
now have effective two party government in Florida, ma-
jority control of this legislature still rests with the Demo-
crats.
To the Democrats, whose numbers will allow them to
direct the procedures and the progress of this legislative
session, as well as to select the committee chairmen, I
pledge the full cooperation of the Governor's office and
staff.
Our conduct of state affairs must serve notice on the
federal government that we are an effective, efficient and
representative state government.
Let us prove to Washington by our performance here
that we are entitled to the equal status that is our con-
stitutional right.
Let us now look at our responsibilities-and how we can
meet them properly for the benefit of all our citizens.

A NEW CONSTITUTION FOR FLORIDA
As your first order of business I urge you to present to
the people of this state their long awaited new state Con-
stitution.
The Constitution under which we now function is a
patchwork document of rare inadequacy.
It not only fails to meet today's needs-it is totally in-
capable of providing for tomorrow. And even limited ob-
servation of current situations provides abundant evidence
that it failed yesterday's tests.
The work of drafting a new Constitution has proceeded
with wisdom and dedication The Constitution Revision
Commission has held hearings throughout Florida. Each
section has been refined in the give-and-take of free de-
bate.
Now this great effort has arrived at the door of this
chamber. The next step is up to you. The people of Flor-
ida cannot vote yea or nay on this new Constitution until
you give them this opportunity.
With a seriousness that is humble in the face of this op-
portunity and this obligation, I call upon you to consider
this new Constitution without delay and without the inter-
ference of partisan politics.
When you present a new Constitution to our people, you
will have done more to unshackle Florida from the dead



past than any legislation I could propose or you might
enact.

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The people of Florida are willing to pay the cost of
quality education. They know that the drain upon our
revenue to support the uneducated, who become the chronic
unemployables, is an even greater burden.
But they want to know that every tax dollar spent is
buying a full measure of educational value.
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the homeowners of Florida the lower real estate taxes to
which all of you are publicly committed.
Nothing else you say-nothing else you do-no stop-gap
measures you may attempt-can provide the real changes
in our governmental structure that are necessary to achieve
the tax reform you are pledged to bring about.
Only a new Constitution can do this job.
If you vote not to give our people this new Constitution
now, you are voting against lower property taxes.
And you are voting to continue steadily increasing ad
valorem taxes on property for at least two more years-
and very probably three, since it will take new legislation
to take advantage of Constitutional tax reform.
If you vote against taking up this new Constitution now,
you are voting to continue the grossly unfair present dis-
tribution of state gasoline taxes-and you are voting to
make it possible for those who now receive an unfair share
of these taxes to tieup these funds for many additional
years through the issuance of new road bonds based on the
present inequitable distribution.
Only by rising above partisan politics and voting to
give our people this new Constitution now can you live up
to the pledge you made to those who elected you: To lower
the taxes they must pay on their homes-and to lower
them now.
Answer, I urge you, this call to action. Act now in behalf
of your state and its people as the oath you have just
taken demands of you.
Seize the opportunity that is before you to move Florida
into the sunlight of modern government and out of the
shadows of the 19th century.
EDUCATION IN FLORIDA
Let us now talk of education. And the cost of education.
And perhaps the even greater cost of a lack of education.
Because education is the master key that will unlock the
future, our citizens have made it first among their con-
cerns that relate to government.
They have made it clear that they want their children
to be guaranteed the education they will need as America
moves from the 20th to the 21st century.
To prepare my educational recommendation to this leg-
islature, I have worked diligently to educate myself about
the current status of education in Florida and its future
needs.
We have participated in two Governor's Conferences on
Education and will soon convene two more such meetings.
We have learned much about learning-and we have
learned some of our most valuable lessons from the stu-
dents themselves.
In your consideration of educational legislation, I hope
you too will look beyond the customary interested groups
who will appear before you. The people on the receiving
end of education have a long denied right to be heard.
I shall shortly submit to you an educational message.
It will cover our educational needs from pre-school to
post-graduate.
I shall ask you to provide higher teacher salaries with
a minimum of $5,000.
Our teachers are more than entitled to this increase and
we must arrange our financial affairs so that they will re-
ceive it. Only by doing so can we keep the good teachers
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flinching, requires the assurance that waste will not be tol-
erated and excellence will be our goal.
In our proposed budget, you will find that no less than
66.7% of our total general revenue-two dollars out of
every three-is devoted to education.
46.9%, or nearly one dollar out of every two, will go to
our counties to aid in the operation of the public schools
and junior colleges.
A full 15% is devoted to higher education and 4.8% is
invested in retirement and social security payments con-
tributed by the state for our teachers.
To put this figure in another perspective, the 66.7% of
all general state revenue devoted to education is compara-
ble to the federal government's total percentage spending
on national defense.
As vital as is national defense to the nation, so we
consider education equally vital to the future of Florida.

TAXES AND GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY
All of us are concerned as to how Florida can pay the
costs that excellence in education will impose. And we are
concerned about finding funds for other important govern-
ment programs and operations.
Let me say to you now that I pledged to the people of
this state that I would not impose any additional tax
burdens upon them-and I mean to live up to this pledge
fully and honorably.
We must exert every effort to increase the wealth of our
state with new job opportunities and new payrolls. In this
way, our tax base will be broadened and our revenue
increased without adding to any taxpayer's present bur-
dens.
And again I point out what you all already know be-
yond question-that the only real way in which genuine
tax reform can be achieved in Florida is through your
adoption of a new state Constitution at this session of the
Legislature.
Our government is a business of which we are all part
owners. Let us make certain that not a single one of our
dollars is wasted.
To achieve this end, I shall propose a joint Executive-
Legislative Commission on Government Operation, I shall
provide this Commission with a preliminary Management
Survey and Review of Government Operations.
An analysis of this information will provide guidelines
in this battle on waste. We shall then take effective action
to cut the fat from government operations and create a
lean and efficient people's business.
In this session, I recommend you look searchingly into
the structure and operation of various state boards and
commissions such as the Florida Installment Land Sales
Board, the Florida Milk Commission and others.
Review the intended function of these boards and com-
missions and the services they render in the light of actual
experience-and take into account the cost of their opera-
tion.
It may be possible through consolidation and revision--
and, in some cases, elimination-to provide greater service
and effectiveness, while, at the same time, effecting substan-
tial savings.
To operate our state government requires thousands of
state employees. I suggest to you that their qualifications
are of greater importance than their number.
I recommend you consider operating our government
with fewer people-but that you make sure those who
serve us are highly qualified and, what is equally im-
portant, that they are adequately compensated.

FLORIDA'S BUSINESS GROWTH



We are already making an all-out effort to bring new
payrolls and new job opportunities to Florida. An impor-



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CONSERVATION
The conservation of our priceless natural resources are
of special concern to all of us. The unfortunate experi-
ences of some of our sister states should serve as a warn-
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tant part of our appeal must be that the business climate
in Florida is every bit as good as the matchless natural
climate that makes our state the goal of a quarter-million
new residents each year.
Already, business giants such as IBM and Westinghouse
are making plans for Florida investment and expansion.
There will be others equally significant.
New business will take its fair place among the tax-
payers of Florida. It is these new tax dollars that will
provide the additional revenue to enable us to hold the line
on taxes.

OCEANOGRAPHY
One of the important subjects on which legislation will
be introduced in this session is Oceanography.
This is a big word, but it is appropriate to a field so
vast in its potential and so complex in its implications
that I have labeled it "inner space."
Just as Florida has put its trademark on the explora-
tion of outer space, so we must now move forward to
meet the challenge and the opportunity of the new world
of inner space.
To equip us for the exploration of this new undersea
frontier, I have already appointed a 10 member Gover-
nor's Advisory Council on Marine Sciences and Technology.
It is composed principally of internationally recognized
leaders in this field. Its task is to guide Florida to a posi-
tion of undisputed leadership in the world of Ocean-
ography.
I shall request legislation to provide the Advisory Coun-
cil with a modest budget, sufficient for a small staff opera-
tion.
This will provide the guidelines for the necessary execu-
tive action by the Governor in coordination with the state
agencies and private institutions active in this field. It
will also lay the groundwork necessary for further imple-
mentation by the next legislature.
ROADS AND HIGHWAYS
We shall introduce legislation to put the planning and
building of roads and highways on a non-political basis.
At long last, I have taken the roads out of politics and
put them where they belong-in the hands of the profes-
sional planners and engineers.
For the first time, Florida's Road Board is headed by a
professional career engineer. For the first time, its mem-
bers have been appointed to staggered terms to give con-
tinuity to its programs.
The legislation I shall recommend will make this perma-
nent state policy to protect the people from the spoils
system that has too long prevailed in road building.
We intend to plan and build the roads where and when
they are needed. To do this, we must have a 5 year mas-
ter plan and a 10 year pattern-and for the first time
such a plan and a pattern are being prepared.
In addition to making sure that the State Road Board
always has a professionally qualified chairman, we must
provide for a highly qualified Professional Highway Com-
missioner to handle traffic and safety on our highways.
Too often those who win in politics adopt the slogan,
"To the victor belongs the spoils."
Each of us here is a victor in a recent election. Whether
it be on the subject of roads or anything else, let us
adopt the motto, "To the victor belongs the responsibili-
ties."














damage has been done, it is usually impossible to undo
it. Let us make sure this does not happen here.
In the development of Florida, we must take whatever
steps are necessary to keep intact the unmatched natural
advantages conferred upon us by a beneficient providence
-especially our magnificent beaches, bays, estuaries, rivers
and lakes which are among our prime tourist attractions.
I have already formed a Water Quality Advisory Com-
mission and I intend to devote major attention to all areas
of preventing air and water pollution. If we do not have
our own state law to meet Florida's needs in this area by
June 30th, we shall automatically be subject to Federal
control.
I shall ask you to provide legislation necessary to as-
sure our continuing concern with these vitally important
matters.
"THE OVERVIEW"
Florida has reached a stage of growth in which the
various echelons and structures of our state government
must acknowledge that they are really interdependent areas
of action.
Each interacts upon the other and the achievements-
as well as the failures-of one inevitably affects all.
How we plan and build highways affects tourism.
The growth of new business is of vital concern to our
projected education needs.
The development of our metropolitan areas calls for
breakthroughs in mass transportation. We must learn how
to move people and not merely vehicles.
The mammoth Disney investment in Florida will affect
not only the area in which it is located or even just our
statewide tourist business. It will invigorate the total econ-
omy of Florida.
In this perspective, we must not confine ourselves to
yesterday's narrow fields of thought and action. We must
take what is called "the overview" of tomorrow.
We must adjust new action to new concepts. We must
not fall short of our goals because we were too timid
to envision them or too slow to grasp them.
The most important thing you can do as legislators is
to make your decisions on facts and on what is really
best for Florida.
No longer can we afford the costly luxury of legislation
by lobby-of appropriations by guesswork-of no taxes at
one session followed by a multitude of taxes at the next.
Let us rather have legislation based on real knowledge
-on research that will provide the facts on which you
can project effective 5 year plans and 10 year patterns.
Projections of population and revenue growth-projec-
tions of income and expenditures-studies of shifting pat-
terns of people and of business. These are the tools you
must have to plan and to legislate effectively.
Your job today is to legislate for our tomorrows. Any-
thing less is neither politically moral nor intellectually
ethical.
During this legislative session I shall send you messages
-on education, on oceanography, on roads and on other
important areas of our governmental responsibilities.
I hope they will serve to stimulate you to further study
of your own. A legislative session is not intended to be a
contest between the executive and the legislative branches
of government. Rather, it is an opportunity for both to
work together to create the areas of achievement which is
the real task entrusted to us as public officials.

DISNEY LEGISLATION



In this session, legislation will be introduced to help
create the vast Disney complex now being developed for
Florida. It is needed because of the immense scale of the
work to be undertaken.



I recommend your prompt consideration of these meas-
ures.

THE GOVERNOR'S WAR ON CRIME
One thing to which the people of Florida have made a
real commitment is their determination to rid this state
of crime and criminals.
The growing evil of crime is an outrage upon the body
of Florida. It assaults the security of our citizens. It cor-
rupts weak officials. It grows fat upon the money our people
have earned and on the taxes they have paid.
It must be eradicated.
It will be eradicated.
Our answer to this situation is the Governor's War on
Crime.
It is a war I have undertaken because the people of
Florida demanded that we take arms against this enemy
within our gates.
Yesterday I went to Washington to see the new Attorney
General of the United States. We discussed the need for
effective joint action against crime.
I can tell you he is deeply impressed by the determina-
tion of Florida's citizens to fight crime and by their back-
ing of the Governor's War on Crime.
He has asked that I keep him personally informed by
the progress we make and the experience we gain on this
citizen's battleground.
The Governor's War on Crime in Florida is serving as a
blueprint for other states equally determined to fight this
evil menace.
I urge you as legislators to join with me as equal part-
ners in this war on crime.
I can assure you that while Florida's War on Crime must
be directed by the Governor, it will operate-as it always
has-within the strict boundaries of the law.
No safeguard has been violated nor will it be. No liberty
has been taken nor will it be with either person or prop-
erty.
In just three short months, the Governor's War on Crime
has uncovered over 300 situations that call for investiga-
tion.
In some cases, action has already resulted-and this ac-
tion was taken according to law by the public officials au-
thorized to do so.
I urge you to study with great care the law enforcement
survey issued by the Florida State Committee on Law En-
forcement in January, 1967.
Here is what it said in part, and I quote:
"Probably the most pressing need of law enforcement
agencies around the state is some form of assistance and
correlation on a state-wide basis." End of quote.
Now is the time to intensify our efforts-not to slacken
them. The menace of crime and the strengthening of our
efforts against it demand the attention of every official and
every legislator.
The state Cabinet has already gone on record as favoring
a war on crime.
I am sure the Florida legislature will do no less.
I shall propose to this session that you enact legislation
to make our forces against crime more effective and our
rehabilitation programs more successful.
This legislation will include the creation of a state De-
partment of Justice under the Governor's office.



Florida presently has no effective state wide crime fight-
ing powers. We need them desperately-and we need them
now. Give us the tools we must have to deal crime a knock-
out blow.



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I have spoken of a "war". I do not mean this just as a
brief flurry of activity that captures momentary headlines
and then vanishes.
Rather, I mean it in the classic sense of a campaign-
with long range strategy, with tactics to meet emergencies
and with the aim of securing a real and lasting victory-
soon.
In this sense, let us together wage a war on crime-
so that in the keeping of peace and security, we can put
Florida first.
Let us together wage a war on ignorance-so that in the
field of education, we can put Florida first.
Let us together wage a war on waste-so that in terms of
value received for every tax dollar, we can put Florida
first.
Let us together wage a war on stagnation-so that in
the development of new business and new job opportunities,
we can put Florida first.
I ask for no war on politics. The checks and balances of
a two party system are what make our government truly
representative.
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the legislative and the executive branches of government,
working in harmony, to turn these wars into campaigns of
genuine joint achievement.
Look around you for a moment. You see a new face speak-
ing to you as your Governor. You see more new faces, both
Republicans and Democrats, sitting as legislators than
Florida has ever seen before.
Let this new vigor stimulate us to new approaches and
to new accomplishments.
Let us together put Florida first.
Following the Governor's Address, Governor Kirk, Mrs. Kirk,
and members of the Supreme Court and the Cabinet were es-
corted from the Chamber.
On motion by Senator Mathews, the Joint Session was dis-
solved and the Senators retired to the Senate Chamber.
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 7:30 p.m.
A quorum was present.

Adjournment
On motion by Representative Rowell, the House adjourned
at 7:35 P.M. to reconvene at 11:00 A.M. tomorrow.











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House of Representatives


PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]
REGULAR SESSION



WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1967



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:00 A.M.
The following Members were recorded present:



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Excused: Representative Jan Fortune.
A quorum was present.


Oath taken by Member
Representative Richard A. Pettigrew, House District 97, took
the oath of office prescribed by the Constitution of the State of
Florida.
Prayer by the Honorable Robert C. De Young:
O Lord our God, if ever we needed Thy wisdom and Thy
guidance, it is now-as the Legislature begins a new Ses-
sion, standing upon the threshold of a new year, for this
State fraught with so many dangerous opportunities. We
pray that Thou will bless us, chosen by the people of this
State, for Thou knowest us, our needs, our motives, our
hopes, and our fears. Lord Jesus, put Thine arm around us
to give us strength, and speak to us to give us wisdom
greater than our own. May we hear Thy voice and see Thy
guidance. May we remember that Thou art concerned about
what is said and done here, and may we have clear con-
science before Thee, that we need fear no man. Bless each
of us according to our deepest need, and use us for Thy
glory, we humbly ask in Jesus' name. Amen.


The Journal
The Journal of April 4 was ordered corrected and approved
as follows: On page 3, column 2, line 25 from the top, strike
"97 Richard A. Pettigrew".



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



25



On page 12, column 2, in the listing of the Committee on
Local Government, after "Nichols," insert "Harry H. Pfeiffer".
On page 18, column 1, line 15 from the top, after "cent" in-
sert "gas" and in column 2, line 4 from the bottom, after "of-
fenses" insert "concerning motor vehicles; amending section
860.01, Florida Statutes; providing".


Motions Relating to Committee Reference
On point of order by Mr. Sweeny, Chairman of Finance &
Taxation, that HB 22 does not affect taxation, the bill was or-
dered withdrawn from that committee and remains referred to
the Committee on Mental Health.
On motion by Mr. Sessums, HJR 4 and HJR 55, which had
been referred to the Committee on Judiciary A, were ordered
referred also to the Committee on Ad Valorem Taxation.


Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Randell and Papy-
HB 90-A bill to be entitled An act relating to commercial
fishing; amending chapter 370, Florida Statutes, by adding
section 370.081, providing that sale of seafood by a commercial
fisherman in violation of an agreement with the boat owner is
a misdemeanor; making it a misdemeanor for any person to
knowingly purchase seafood sold in violation of a commercial
fishing agreement; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Salt Water Conservation.
By Representatives Randell and Papy-
HB 91-A bill to be entitled An act relating to salt water
fisheries and conservation; amending section 370.15(2)(a),
Florida Statutes; extending regulation to small shrimp taken
from within or without the waters of the state; providing
certain exceptions; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Salt Water Conservation.
By Representatives Hodes and Pratt-
HB 92-A bill to be entitled An act relating to performance
of autopsies, providing no autopsy shall be performed without
consent of person assuming custody of body for purposes of
burial; providing exception; providing an effective date.
--was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representatives Dubbin and Brower-
HB 93-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trading stamp
companies; providing for annual reports; providing for annual
gross issue tax on stamps; amending Part I of Chapter 559,
Florida Statutes, by adding Section 559.042; providing an ef-
fective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Finance & Taxation.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 94-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trading











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stamps; amending Section 559.03, Florida Statutes, to require
trading stamps to reflect the month and year of issuance; add-
ing Section 559.051 to Part I of Chapter 559, Florida Statutes,
to provide that trading stamps not redeemed within two years
shall belong to the state to be deposited in the state school
fund; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Dubbin and Brower-
HB 95-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trading stamp
exchanges; providing for registration thereof; amending Section
559.01, Florida Statutes, by adding subsection (4); amending
Chapter 559, Florida Statutes, by adding Section 559.041; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Commerce.
By Representatives Dubbin and Brower-
HB 96-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trading stamps;
providing for free transferability of trading stamps between
rightful owners without loss of redemption rights; amending
Chapter 559, Florida Statutes, by adding Section 559.07; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Commerce.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 97-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trading stamp
regulation; amending Section 559.06, Florida Statutes, to make
penalty provision applicable to subsequent amendments to Part
I of Chapter 559; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Commerce.
By Representative Grizzle-
HB 98-A bill to be entitled An act amending subsection 15A
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retirement benefits for members of the teachers' retirement sys-
tem and providing for the deletion from 15A of those provisions
providing for the reduction of such benefits; providing for the
repeal of subparagraphs 15A; 1 and 2 and subparagraphs b, c,
d, e, and f thereof; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Retirement & Personnel and Appropriations.
By Representative Wells-
HB 99-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the official
Florida Statutes, 1965; amending sections 16.19, 16.20, 16.22,
16.23 and 16.24 by adopting and enacting all the statutory laws
included in the officially published Florida Statutes, 1965, to-
gether with corrections, changes and amendments to and repeals
of provisions of Florida Statutes, 1965, as the official Florida
Statutes, 1967; authorizing the inclusion of general laws of
state-wide application in statutory form enacted by the regular,
special or extraordinary sessions of the legislature of 1967,
as prima facie evidence of such laws; authorizing the revision
and reprinting of material contained therein; providing for the
enactment of additional reviser's bills by the 1967 legislature;
providing an effective date.
(Accompanied by Volumes 1, 2, and 3, Florida Statutes, 1965.)
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com,
mittee on Judiciary A.

Enrolling Report
Your Enrolling Clerk to whom was referred-
HCR 1(Org.)
-reports same has been properly enrolled, signed by the
required Constitutional officers and presented to the Governor
on April 5, 1967.
ALLEN MORRIS, Clerk
Adjournment
On motion by Mr. Rowell, the rules were waived and the
House adjourned at 11:27 A.M. to reconvene at 11:00 A.M. to-
morrow.











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House of Representatives


PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]
REGULAR SESSION



THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1967



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:00 A.M.
The following members were recorded present:



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Excused: Representative
A quorum was present.



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Jan Fortune



Prayer
Prayer by the Honorable Leon N. McDonald, Sr.:
Eternal God, Our Father, realizing this morning that Thou
art the supreme architect of the universe; having this
knowledge our Father, we pray this morning that Thou
would give us divine wisdom as we deliberate today over our
many chores. Our Father, we pray that you would take
the brains of this group and use them, Our Father, to
work in a way that would be pleasing and acceptable in
Thy sight this day. Guide us Our Father, and may we love
one another as you have loved us, for we pray in Thy Holy
Name and for your sake. Amen.

The Journal
The Journal of April 5 was ordered corrected, and as corrected,
approved.


Announcements
The Speaker announced that he has appointed Representative
Elton J. Gissendanner to the Committee on Agriculture in place
of the Committee on Salt Water Conservation.
The Speaker further announced that he has appointed Repre-
sentative Quillian S. Yancey to the Committee on Judiciary B
in place of the Committee on Public Health & Welfare.



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



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Announcement of Select Study Committee Appointment
The Speaker announced he had, prior to the convening of the
Regular Session, appointed a Select Study Committee on Mass
Transportation, with Representative Vernon C. Holloway as
Chairman. This Committee has for its other members Repre-
sentatives Lynwood Arnold, William R. Conway, Gifford Grange,
Joseph M. Martinez, Jr., and Guy Spicola. The Speaker re-
quested the Committee to make preliminary recommendations
to the House at this Session.


Communication from the Governor
The Governor advised that he had filed in the Office of the
Secretary of State on April 5, the following:
HCR 1 (Org.)



Motions Relating to Committee Reference
On motion by Mr. Sweeny, agreed to by two-thirds vote, HB
88, which had been referred to the Committees on Public Health
& Welfare and Finance & Taxation, was ordered withdrawn
from the Committee on Finance & Taxation and referred to the
Committee on Judiciary A.


Co-introducers
Representatives Middlemas and Williams were given permis-
sion to be recorded as co-introducers of HJR 55.
Representatives Ashler and Middlemas were given permis-
sion to be recorded as co-introducers of HB 86.
Representatives Ashler and Stafford were given permission
to be recorded as co-introducers of HB 98.


Introduction and Reference
By Representative McDonald-
HB 100-A bill to be entitled An act relating to small claims
courts; amending sections 1 and 7 of chapter 27151, Laws of
Florida, 1951, as amended by chapter 61-1233, Laws of Florida,
creating a small claims court in any county of the state having
a population of not less than three thousand four hundred
(3,400) and not more than four thousand five hundred (4,500)
according to the latest official decennial census, by increasing
the jurisdiction of the court and the filing fees; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.
By Representative E. M. Fortune-
HB 101-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax assess-
ment; amending section 193.25, Florida Statutes, to provide
for a board of equalization; composition; providing an effec-
tive date.
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By Representative Eddy-
HB 102-A bill to be entitled An act relating to harness
horse racing permittees amending Florida statutes 550.069 and
providing for the payment of a fixed daily license fee in lieu
of the payment of taxes by such harness horse race track
where the average daily pari-mutuel pool is less than three
hundred thousand dollars ($300,000.00) per day; repealing all
laws and parts of laws in conflict with this act and fixing the
effective date of this act.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Finance & Taxation and Pari-Mutuel Affairs.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 103-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
intelligence bureau; amending section 30.41, Florida Statutes,
providing for the headquarters and criminal analysis laboratory
for the bureau; providing for submission to bureau of reports
by state, county and municipal law enforcement agencies; pro-
viding for submission of annual report to the governor by the
bureau; providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B and Appropriations.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 104-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the attorney
general; creating section 16.011, Florida Statutes, defining
the terms "organized crime" and "vice"; authorizing the ap-
pointment of investigators by the attorney general for the
purpose of investigating and combatting organized crime and
vice; prescribing the powers and duties of such investigators;
authorizing the prosecution by the attorney general of cases
developed as a result of investigations conducted pursuant to
this act; providing an appropriation; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B and Appropriations.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 105-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
intelligence bureau; investigators; amending section 30.39,
Florida Statutes, authorizing the appointment by the bureau
and prescribing the duties of investigators by eliminating the
requirement that investigation be requested by the sheriff of
the affected county; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 106-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
intelligence bureau; amending section 30.37, Florida Statutes,
prescribing the general powers and duties of the bureau to in-
clude coordination of work of municipal law enforcement agen-
cies; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Dubbin--
HB 107-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bail; amend-
ing section 903.03, Florida Statutes, relating to the jurisdiction
of a trial court to admit an accused to bail by authorizing the
Florida probation and parole commission to determine if an ac-
cused in a noncapital crime or bailable offense is indigent and
providing for reports to the court; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B and Appropriations.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 108-A bill to be entitled An act amending section 30.36,
Florida Statutes, creating the Florida intelligence bureau, pro-
viding for the membership of the bureau; providing an effective
date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 109-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the legisla-



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tive council; amending section 11.281, Florida Statutes, enumer-
ating the permanent study committees of such council by adding
committee on criminal law; amending section 11.288, Florida
Statutes, prescribing special functions of permanent study com-
mittees by adding subsection (10) relating to committee on
criminal law; providing effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 110-A bill to be entitled An act relating to prisoners,
releases; creating section 944.291, Florida Statutes, providing
that prisoners released after serving terms less statutory gain
time be released subject to the supervision and control of the
state probation and parole commission for remainder of term
for which sentenced; providing exception; providing such super-
vision be as prescribed by chapter 947, Florida Statutes, for
parolees; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B and Appropriations.
By Representative Dubbin-
HB 111-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
intelligence bureau; amending section 30.40, Florida Statutes,
relating to salaries and expenses of personnel of the bureau
to include municipal law enforcement agencies and officials,
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representatives Briggs, Wells and Reeves-
HB 112-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the secretary
of state; amending Chapter 15, Florida Statutes; providing
authority for the reproduction of records by photographic
process; providing for the admissibility of copies of records
reproduced by photographic process in evidence; providing for
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mrittee on Judiciary C.
By Representatives Tyre and Shaw-
HB 113-A bill to be entitled An act designating and naming
a portion of state road 10 (U.S. 90) in Columbia county as
the James A. Brewer highway; providing for suitable plaques
to be erected thereon by the state road department; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.
By Representatives Randell, Craig and Lewis-
HB 114-A bill to be entitled An act relating to beach preser-
vation, removal of solid material from inlets; amending section
161.041, Florida Statutes, to provide that a permit must be
granted by the board of conservation prior to the removal and
deposit of solid material from harbors, inlets and channels;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.
By Representatives Randell, Craig and Lewis-
HB 115-A bill to be entitled An act relating to submerged
lands, biological surveys; amending section 253.12; providing
that prior to the sale of sovereignty tidal and submerged lands
by the trustees of the internal improvement trust fund, the
board of conservation shall make a study and recommendations
which shall be binding on the trustees; amending sections
253.122 and 253.124, Florida Statutes, to provide a similar
procedure pursuant to the setting of bulkhead lines and the



granting of fill permits; providing that the trustees may approve
or reject applications approved by local governing bodies;
amending section 253.123 to prohibit the removal of sand, rock
or earth from navigable waters and submerged lands channel-
ward of bulkhead lines with certain exceptions; providing
penalties; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.













By Representatives Randell, Craig and Lewis-
HB 116-A bill to be entitled An act relating to beaches and
shores, coastal construction; adding section 161.052, Florida
Statutes, to provide a set-back line for construction on high
energy beaches; providing for identification of such beaches
and granting of permits by the board of conservation; providing
penalties; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary C and Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Baker, Myers, Stallings, Hodes, and
Danahy-
HB 117-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the child
psychiatric center, university of Florida health center, trans-
ferring control and supervision to the board of regents; and
providing for two additional members of the advisory committee
from the public at large; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Finance & Taxation.
By Representatives Randell, Craig and Lewis-
IICR 118-A concurrent resolution directing the legislative



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council to continue its comprehensive study of legal and ad-
ministrative aspects of shore line and related land ownership,
regulation and use, and to make recommendations to the 1969
session of the legislature.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Salt Water Conservation.
By Representatives Randell, Craig and Lewis-
HB 119-A bill to be entitled An act relating to beaches and
shores, removal of fill; amending Section 161.061; Florida Stat-
utes; providing for removal of illegal fill upon state-owned sub-
merged lands; providing for deposit of material by inlet dis-
tricts and port authorities; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.



Adjournment
On motion by Mr. Rowell, the rules were waived and the
House adjourned at 11:27 A.M. to reconvene at 11:00 A.M.
tomorrow.



April 6, 1967



JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES











THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA



House oJ Representatives


PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]

REGULAR SESSION



FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1967



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:00 A.M.
The following members were recorded present:



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey



Mann
Martinez, E
Martinez, J.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Excused: Representatives Crabtree, Jan
and Poorbaugh.
A quorum was present.


Prayer



Rowell
.L. Rude
M. Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough

Fortune, McKinley,



Preceding prayer by the Honorable Robert C. De Young, the
House stood in a moment of silent prayer in memory of the
two police officers who gave their lives in the line of duty in
West Palm Beach yesterday afternoon.
Our Father, God, we open our hearts with sympathy this
day remembering the families of police officers, William
Fletcher and David Van Curlen, of West Palm Beach, Flor-
ida who were shot down in cold blood yesterday while in
the line of duty. We pray, O God, to remove crime from
our State so that tragedies like this will be avoided. So
be near to these families at these trying times. Give them
strength, courage, and understanding, and help them to
realize that death is not the end of life, but is really the
beginning of life eternal. Now, we do ask Thee to remem-
ber each of us in this body this morning. We know deep
down in our hearts, that without Thy guidance, we can do
nothing; but with Thee, we can do all things. Let us not
be frightened by the problems that confront us, but rather
give Thee thanks that Thou has matched us with this hour.
May we resolve, God helping us, to be a part of the an-
swer, and not part of the problem.


The Journal
The Journal of April 6 was ordered corrected, and as cor-
rected, approved.



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Motions Relating to Committee Reference
On point of order by Mr. Yarborough, Chairman of Local
Government, that HB 100 is a local measure, the bill was
ordered withdrawn from that committee and placed on the
local calendar.
On motion by Mr. Matthews, the rules were waived and HB
46 was ordered withdrawn from the Committee on Judiciary A
and referred to the Committee on Judiciary B.


Co-introducers
Representative Myers was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 13.
Representative Ryals was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 18.
Representative Smith was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 30.
Representatives De Young, Miers and Reed were given per-
mission to be recorded as co-introducers of HM 58.
Representative Baker was given permission to be recorded as
a co-introducer of HB 86.
Representative Gustafson was given permission to be re-
corded as a co-introducer of HB 89.

Introduction and Reference

By Representative Craig-
HB 120-A bill to be entitled An act providing that the pri-
mary and general elections for the election of city commissioners
of the City of St. Augustine, Florida, shall be held every two
years commencing with the primary election and general elec-
tion to be held in May 1969; providing dates of primary elec-
tions and general elections; providing that candidates for the
city commission shall run in three groups designated as Group
One, Group Two and Group Three and that the successful can-
didate in Group One and Group Two shall be elected for a
term of four years and that the successful candidate in Group
Three shall be elected for a term of two years; providing pro-
cedure for successful candidates in primary elections to be
placed on general election ballots; providing form and manner
of printing of ballots for primary elections and general elec-
tions; providing procedure for nomination of candidates; provid-
ing procedure when primary election is not required; providing
composition, qualifications, terms of office and manner of elec-
tion of members of city commission of the City of St. Augustine,
Florida; providing that this act shall not in any manner effect
the term of office of any of the present city commissioners; re-
pealing all laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith and provid-
ing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 120.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Craig-
HB 121-A bill to be entitled An act to authorize and em-
power the City of St. Augustine, Florida, to issue public im-
provement revenue certificates for the purchase, construction,
lease or other acquisition by the City of St. Augustine, Florida,
of any public utility or improvement or for the operation thereof,

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said certificates to be paid solely from revenue derived from
such utility, or improvement, or from any other funds available
which do not coerce the taxing power of the City of St. Au-
gustine, Florida; Repealing all laws, or parts of laws, in conflict
herewith and providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 121.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Craig-
HB 122-A bill to be entitled An act to authorize and em-
power the City of St. Augustine, Florida, to issue certificates
of indebtedness for the purpose of raising the funds necessary
to repair, reconstruct, renew, improve, alter, rebuild, and main-
tain municipal streets, sidewalks, sewers and drains, for re-
paving and resurfacing such streets and sidewalks, and also
for any and all permanent public improvements; said certificates
of indebtedness to be paid from the utility tax levied and col-
lected by the City of St. Augustine, Florida; repealing all laws
or parts of laws in conflict herewith and providing an effective
date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 122.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative D'Alemberte-
HB 123-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Sunday laws,
engaging in game or sport; amending section 855.05, Florida
Statutes, by exempting football.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Commerce.

By Representative D'Alemberte-
HB 124-A bill to be entitled An act to amend Sections 8 and
19 of Chapter 473, Florida Statutes, relating to public account-
ancy; by eliminating certain residency requirements heretofore
prerequisite for examination and certification and also for re-
ciprosity; eliminating certain obsolete provisions of the act and
providing for an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Commerce.

By Representative Yarborough-
HB 125-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the incorpora-
tion and dissolution of municipalities; amending section 165.01,
Florida Statutes, by increasing the required number of incor-



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porators; providing that no area within said municipality shall
be less than three (3) miles from other municipalities; amend-
ing section 165.04, Florida Statutes, by deleting requirement
relating to number necessary to choose corporate name; amend-
ing section 165.07, Florida Statutes, to require filing of tran-
script of incorporation proceedings with the secretary of state;
amending section 165.28, Florida Statutes, to provide for the
escheat to the state school fund of money or other assets of dis-
solved corporation after payment of debts.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.
By Representative McDonald-
HB 126-A bill to be entitled An act relating to two-wheel
motor vehicles; amending section 317.981, Florida Statutes, pro-
viding for the wearing of crash helmets.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

Recess
On motion by Mr. Rowell, the House recessed at 11:07 A.M.
for the purpose of holding a Caucus to determine the Demo-
cratic nominees for Speaker, Speaker pro tempore, Clerk
and Sergeant-at-Arms for two-year terms beginning with
the Organization Session of November, 1968.

House Reconvened
The House was called to order by the Speaker at 12 noon.
A quorum was present.
Reports of Standing Committees
The Committee on Public Safety recommends the following
pass:
HB 18
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Local Government recommends the follow-
ing pass:
HB 10, with amendments
The bill was referred to the Committee on Finance & Taxation.
The Committee on Local Government recommends the follow-
ing pass:
HB 12, with amendments
The bill was referred to the Committee on Finance & Taxation.

Adjournment
On motion by Mr. Rowell, the rules were waived and the
House adjourned at 12:05 P.M. to reconvene at 12 noon Mon-
day, April 10.



April 7, 1967



JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES











"THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA



House of Representatives


PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]
REGULAR SESSION



MONDAY, APRIL 10, 1967



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 12:00 Noon.
The following members were recorded present:



Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Excused: Representatives D'Alemberte, Ferre, Gillespie, Poor-
baugh, and Rust.
A quorum was present.


Prayer
Prayer by Dr. Fred T. Laughon, Chaplain:
0 Lord, Our God, we have just registered our attendance
to show our readiness to give our first full week of service
to the people of Florida as Members of this House. We
quietly bow our heads to register our presence before Thee
to serve Thee by being servants to the citizens of our State.
In spite of the labors of those who served before us, there
are still bad situations in our State. Help us to make them
good. We are pleased with the good things of Florida. Urge
us to make them better. When this week's work is done,
may we really have done our best. Let us again bow before
Thee to hear Thy whisper of encouragement and praise,
"Well done good and faithful servant." In Jesus name.
Amen.


Pledge
The Members pledged allegiance to the Flag.


The Journal
The Journal of April 7 was ordered corrected and approved
as follows: On page 30, column 2, between lines 8 and 9 from
bottom, insert "Evidence of notice and publication was estab-



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



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listed by the House as to HB 120." On page 31, column 1, be-
tween lines 5 and 6 from top, insert "Evidence of notice and
publication was established by the House as to HB 121." and
between lines 19 and 20 from top, insert "Evidence of notice
and publication was established by the House as to HB 122."


Announcements
The Speaker announced that he has appointed Representative
Marshall S. Harris to the Committee on State Institutions.
The Speaker also announced that Representative Louis Wolf-
son, II has withdrawn from the Committee on State Institu-
tions.
The Speaker further announced that Representative Jim
Reeves has been appointed to the Select Study Committee on
Mass Transportation.


Co-introducers
Representative Hector was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB's 86 and 123.
Representative Randell was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 110.


Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson,
Robinson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 127-A bill to be entitled An act providing for the cor-
rection of House Bill No. 1510, Chapter 65-2110, Laws of
Florida, 1965, to include precincts erroneously omitted from
respective districts:
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 127.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson,
Robinson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 128-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter
15183, laws of Florida, special acts of 1931, being the charter
of the city of Dunedin, Florida by amending section 21 thereof
to provide that the municipal judge and acting municipal
judge shall each be an attorney at law and providing for the
effective date thereof.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 128.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Tyre, Shaw and Smith-
HB 129-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education,
personnel; amending section 231.50, Florida Statutes, providing
increased monthly pension allowance; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Retirement & Personnel and Appropriations.











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By Representative Andrews--
HB 130-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections;
amending section 97.081(5), Florida Statutes; providing that
registration books of freeholders be kept closed at least thirty
(30) days prior to a bond election; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Elections and Ad Valorem Taxation.

By Representatives Matthews, Myers and Harris-
HB 131-A bill to be entitled An act relating to abolishment
of the Florida inland navigation district created under chapter
14723, 1931, Laws of Florida; transferring its duties and re-
sponsibilities to the secretary of state; transferring to secretary
of state assets and unexpended funds or appropriations of said
abolished district; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Matthews, Firestone, Gissendanner, Har-
ris and Myers-
HB 132-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sales tax,
heavy machinery and equipment; repealing subsection (4) of
section 212.08, Florida Statutes, and renumbering present sub-
sections (5) through (10) as subsections (4) through (9) of said
section; removing the exemption of sales tax on heavy ma-
chinery and equipment.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Matthews, Myers, Sackett and Harris-
HB 133-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the milk
commission, abolishment; repealing chapter 501, Florida Stat-
utes, abolishing the milk commission.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Dubbin and Featherstone-
HB 134-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
criminal laws revision commission, creation and establishment;
providing for the appointment of twenty-one (21) members;
providing for an executive committee; providing for the duties
and responsibilities of said commission with respect to the re-
vision of the criminal laws of Florida; providing for public
hearings throughout the state; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B and Appropriations.

By Representative Sessums-
HB 135-A bill to be entitled An act to amend subsections
(2) and (3) of section 440.12, Florida Statutes, relating to
workmen's compensation, by providing a formula for relating
maximum compensation rate to a State average weekly wage;
and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Insurance & Workmen's Compensation.

By Representative Rowell-
HB 136-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county
detention facilities; defining said term and the term "county
prisoners"; authorizing the board of commissioners of state
institutions to adopt rules and regulations prescribing standards
and requirements for the construction, equipment, maintenance
and operation of county detention facilities; providing for the
enforcement of such rules and regulations by the director of
the division of corrections and the designation of necessary



personnel for such enforcement; providing for injunction pro-
ceedings to prohibit the confinement in facilities not meeting
requirements and standards prescribed by the board; providing
procedure in circuit court for removal of prisoners from non-



April 10, 1967



(2) of section 122.24 Florida statutes; providing that certain
state university system personnel may reject participation in
the teachers retirement system by electing to participate in the
state and county officers and employees retirement system; pro-
viding an effective date,



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complying facilities to facilities complying with said rules
and regulations; providing for the payment of expense of main-
tenance of prisoners so removed; providing for furnishing of
copies of circuit court order of removal to appropriate officials;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Institutions.

By Representative Rowell-
HB 137-A bill to be entitled An act relating to administrative
boards, generally; amending section 455.06(1), Florida Statutes,
to provide that personal injury or property damage by livestock
may be included under liability insurance coverage; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Institutions and Appropriations.

By Representatives Poorbaugh and Rust-
HB 138-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bingo; pro-
viding authority for the lawful conduct of bingo games; pro-
viding restrictive definition of groups that may conduct games;
providing for issuance and revocation of permits by the board
of county commissioners; providing for conduct of bingo games
by bona fide members of sponsoring organization; providing
limitations on the price of cards; providing for sales tax; pro-
viding for distribution of proceeds to charity or for civic better-
ment; providing for permit fee; providing for admission tickets;
providing for an annual report; providing penalty for violation
of act; providing that sections 849.01, 849.11 and 849.14, Florida
Statutes, are not applicable to this act; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary A and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Briggs and Reeves-
HB 139-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the pro-
tection and preservation of game, song birds, wild animals or
fish on property of institutions under the control of the state
board of regents and other state agencies; amending section
821.27, Florida Statutes, making unlawful certain acts adverse
to the protection and preservation of said game, birds, wild
animals and fish; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.

By Representative Arnold-
HB 140-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle
licenses; amending chapter 320, Florida Statutes, by adding
section 320.721, providing for sale of automobile license plates
with specially selected letters; allocating funds raised there-
from to education and rehabilitation of prisoners; providing
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety, Appropriations and Finance & Taxa-
tion.

By Representative Sackett-
HB 141-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tattooing;
amending section 877.04, Florida Statutes; prohibiting the tat-
tooing of any person unless medically necessary; providing an
effective date.
--was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Ashler--
HB 142-A bill to be entitled An act relating to retirement;
amending subsection (1)(b) of section 238.05 and subsection











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-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Retirement & Personnel and Appropriations.

By Representative Ashler-
HB 143-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the medical
practice act; amending paragraph (j) of subsection (2) of sec-
tion 458.13, Florida statutes, relating to exemption of persons
employed as physicians in state institutions to include such per-
sons employed in institutions in the state university system,
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Ashler-
HB 144-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trespass and
injury to realty and similar offenses; amending subsection (1)
of section 821.25, section 821.26 and section 821.27, Florida
statutes, to include property of the state university system,
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.

By Representative Ashler-
HB 145-A bill to be entitled An act relating to institutions
of higher learning; repealing section 241.412, Florida statutes,
which created a board of trustees for the Florida agricultural
and mechanical university hospital; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Higher Education.

By Representative Ashler-
HB 146-A bill to be entitled An act relating to institutions of
higher learning; amending subsection (1) of section 241.621,
Florida statutes, relating to divisions of sponsored research;
providing that programs of research will include training pro-
grams; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.

By Representative Ashler-
HCR 147-A concurrent resolution approving the types,
amounts and use of registration fees, tuition fees, and course
fees recommended by the board of regents to be charged
and collected from students enrolled in the institutions of
higher learning under the board during the 1967-69 biennium.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Commit-
tees on Higher Education, Appropriations and Finance & Taxa-
tion.

By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HB 148-A bill to be entitled An act relating to crippled
children; amending section 391.01, Florida Statutes, to bring
children suffering from cystic fibrosis within the jurisdiction
of chapter 391, the Florida crippled children's commission;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.

By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HB 149-A bill to be entitled An act prohibiting the un-
authorized use of electronic, electrical and mechanical devices;
amending chapter 877, Florida Statutes, by adding section
877.11, declaring certain invasions of personal privacy by the
use of such equipment to be unlawful acts; providing excep-
tion; providing a penalty.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.

By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
IHB 150- A bill to be entitled An act relating to pollution



!



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.

By Representatives Osborne, Grizzle, Rainey, Robinson,
Murphy, Stafford, Whitson, Fleece, and Savage-



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of public waters; amending section 387.08, Florida Statutes, to
prohibit deposit into public waters of substances adversely
affecting recreational use; providing for enforcement and penal-
ties.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representatives Middlemas, Williams, and Dubbin-
HB 151-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
session laws; amending subsection (8) of section 283.25, Florida
Statutes, to reduce the number of sets required to be retained
by the secretary of state; authorizing the destruction and sale
of obsolete volumes; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency.

By Representatives Middlemas, Williams, and Dubbin-
HB 152-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the legisla-
ture, method of enrolling bills; amending Section 11.07, Florida
Statutes, by deleting the requirement for the secretary of state
to prescribe the size, style and quality of paper to be used in
the enrolling process and to furnish such paper; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency.

By Representative Tyre-
HB 153-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state cor-
rectional institutions; amending, creating and repealing certain
sections of chapters 944 and 945, Florida Statutes, creating
sections 944.061, 944.062, 944.063, 944.064 and 944.065, Florida
Statutes, to provide for the continued existence of the Avon
Park correctional institution; providing for the continued ex-
istence of the reception and medical center in Union county;
providing for the establishment of a system of road prisons;
providing for the continued existence of the Sumter correc-
tional institution; providing for the continued existence of the
Santa Fe correctional farm; repealing sections 944.07, 944.51
and 945.07, Florida Statutes, respectively relating to the trans-
fer of supervision of prison camps and the establishment of the
Sumter county branch of the state prison; providing an ef-
fective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Institutions and Appropriations.

By Representative Stallings-
HJR 154-A joint resolution proposing the amendment of
Section 7 of Article X, of the Constitution of the state of Florida,
relating to the exemption of homesteads from taxation.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Commit-
tees on Judiciary A and Ad Valorem Taxation.

By Representative Stallings-
HJR 155-A joint resolution proposing the amendment of
section 8 of article XII, of the Constitution of the State of
Florida, relating to education.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary A, Ad Valorem Taxation and Appro-
priations.

By Representatives Osborne, Grizzle, Rainey, Murphy, Staf-
ford, Whitson, Fleece, Savage, and Robinson-
HB 156-A bill to be entitled An act relating to eminent
domain proceedings; amending section 74.051, Florida Statutes,
providing an additional exception from the requirement that
deposits of funds shall not be less than double the amount of
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HB 157-A bill to be entitled An act relating to expressway
authority laws; repealing part I of chapter 348, Florida Stat-
utes, the St. Petersburg expressway authority; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.

By Representatives Osborne, Whitson, Rainey, Stafford,
Murphy, Grizzle, Robinson, Fleece, and Savage-
HB 158-A bill to be entitled An act creating and establish-
ing the Pinellas county expressway authority; defining terms;
providing for membership; providing purposes and powers; pro-
viding for the issuance of bonds and remedies of bondholders;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Roads & Highways, Appropriations, and
Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Andrews-
HB 159-A bill to be entitled An act relating to election
records; amending chapter 98, Florida Statutes, by adding
section 98.182; authorizing the supervisors of elections to destroy
certain election records which have been kept more than one
(1) year; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Elections.

By Representative Andrews-
HB 160-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections;
amending section 101.47(12),(13), Florida Statutes; providing
that the delivery of identification slips and other supplies may
be by enclosing and locking in the voting machine or enclosed
in a sealed container; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Elections.

By Representative Reed-
HB 161-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing the board of
regents to use funds available to the Florida atlantic university
to repay the trustees of the internal improvement fund for
moneys advanced for planning the Florida atlantic university;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.

By Representatives Reedy and Gibson-
HB 162-A bill to be entitled An act relating to highway
traffic, right turns on red; amending section 317.061(3)(a),
Florida Statutes, relating to traffic facing a steady red signal;
authorizing right turns in certain instances; and providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reeves, Bird, Ashler, Beck, Bevis, Briggs,
Clark, Craig, Elmore, Firestone, E. M. Fortune, Gautier, Harris,
Hodes, E. L. Martinez, Mattox, Middlemas, Papy, Pratt, Ran-
dell, Redman, Reed, Ryals, Scarborough, Spicola, Tucker, Wells,
Williams, Yancey, Culbreath, and Campbell--
HB 163-A bill to be entitled An act creating the Pensacola
Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission; declaring
its purpose and functions; providing for the appointment, terms
of office, bonding and payment of the expenses of its members;
describing the powers and duties of said Commission; providing
for the establishment of Historical Districts and an Archi-
tectural Review Board for same; providing for the right of
eminent domain; providing for an appropriation; and for the
coordination of activities with a State Board of Archives and
History; and providing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
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By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson,
Robinson, Savage, and Grizzle-
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By Representatives Yancey, Conway, Reedy and Tillman-
HB 164-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation
of traffic on highways; amending chapter 317, Florida Statutes;
providing for annual safety inspection of motor vehicles; pro-
viding for administration by the department of public safety;
providing for the licensing of safety equipment inspection sta-
tions; providing for rules, regulations and fees; providing for
penalties; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety, Appropriations, and Finance & Taxa-
tion.

By Representatives Redman, E. L. Martinez, Hodes, and Dan-
ahy-
HB 165-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the prepara-
tion and recording of certain legal instruments; providing
that the name and address of the person preparing such instru-
ment shall appear thereon; providing exceptions; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.

By Representatives Matthews, Dubbin, Harris, Lewis, and
Firestone-
HB 166-A bill to be entitled An act relating to law enforce-
ment officers; providing extra-hazardous pay increments; pro-
viding an appropriation; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B and Appropriations.

By Representatives Matthews, Featherstone, Dubbin, Lewis,
Myers, and Firestone-
HB 167-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation;
levying an excise tax on the severance of certain natural re-
sources; prescribing tax rate and manner of collection and
administration; prescribing procedure for paying taxes; pro-
viding for a penalty and for a lien for unpaid taxes; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Agriculture and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Matthews, Featherstone, Lewis, and
Ferre-
HJR 168-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to
Section 1 of Article VI of the State Constitution to permit
persons nineteen (19) years old to vote.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.

By Representatives Rainey, Grizzle, and Savage-
HB 169-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Tarpon Springs, Pinellas county; amending section 9 of chapter
21598, laws of Florida, 1941; providing for terms of office and
elections; providing a referendum.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Rainey, Murphy, Stafford, Whitson,
Robinson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 170-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Tarpon Springs, Pinellas county; amending section 9 of chapter
21598, laws of Florida, 1941; providing for terms of office and
elections; providing a referendum.
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fees and commissions to the clerk of the circuit court in any
county of the state having a population of not less than three
hundred fifty thousand (350,000) nor more than three hundred
eighty-five thousand (385,000) inhabitants according to the lat-
est official decennial census; providing that the clerk of the
circuit court in such counties may accept checks for payment
of any fees or commissions provided by any law for compensa-
tion for services rendered by his office in connection with any
of his official duties or functions; providing that the clerk of
the circuit court in such counties may deduct from his excess
fees paid to the board of county commissioners the amount of
any checks so received in payment of fees or commissions which
shall remain uncollected after exercise of due diligence by the
clerk to collect such checks and thereupon the county may insti-
tute suit to recover the amount of such checks; repealing all
laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Savage, Yancey, Arnold, Stevens, and
Robinson-
HB 172-A bill to be entitled An act relating to juvenile
courts; amending section 39.03(6), Florida Statutes, relating to
the fingerprinting of children taken into custody by providing
for the fingerprints of children adjudicated delinquent by said
court and the department of the county sheriff to be filed with
the Florida Sheriff's bureau, restricting the use of said finger-
prints by the bureau for identification purposes only and pro-
viding for the destruction thereof; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Robinson, Murphy,
Savage, Whitson, and Grizzle-
HB 173-A bill to be entitled An act relating to clerks of
circuit court, fees and fee accounts; validating the fees and fee
accounts in civil cases of clerks of the circuit court in counties
with a population of not less than three hundred fifty thousand
(350,000) and not more than three hundred eighty-five thou-
sand (385,000) inhabitants, according to the latest official de-
cennial census; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Whitson, Murphy, Robin-
son, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 174-A bill to be entitled An act amending section 88 of
chapter 15183, laws of Florida, special acts of 1931, being the
charter of the city of Dunedin, Florida by providing for qualifi-
cation of voters and method of holding elections; amending sec-
tion 89 thereof by providing that the supervisor of registration
shall be the registration officer for the city of Dunedin and the
method by which qualified electors shall register and providing
that the supervisor of registration shall be entitled to a rea-
sonable fee for his services; amending section 91 thereof by
providing that the polls shall open at 7 o'clock a.m. and close
at 7 o'clock p.m., standard time; amending section 93 thereof
by providing for procedures for municipal candidates to qualify
as such by submission to the city auditor and clerk of a petition
signed by not less than one hundred fifty (150) qualified elec-
tors of the city of Dunedin not more than sixty (60) days and
not less than forty (40) days prior to the election and provid-
ing that as a condition precedent to qualifying said candidates
shall be required to file with their petitions personal affidavits
showing that they are residents of the city, are qualified elec-
tors of the city and are freeholders therein and providing that
the candidates shall pay at such time to the city auditor and
clerk a filing fee in the amount of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
and providing for the effective date thereof.

Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 174.



--was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
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By Representatives Rainey, Whitson, Robinson, Savage and
Grizzle-
HB 175-A bill to be entitled An act providing for the per-
mitting of food establishments and food establishment em-
ployees by the Pinellas County Health Unit; providing for the
right and procedure of appeal to the Pinellas County Health
Board; providing definitions; providing for the term of per-
mits; providing for the enactment of rules and regulations for
the carrying out of the provisions of this act; providing for
enforcement; providing for the punishment of violations; pro-
viding a severability clause; providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 175
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Reeves-
HB 176-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Escambia
County; creating the Pensacola-Escambia County Promotion and
Development Commission; providing for its membership and
financing, authorizing Escambia County and the incorporated
municipalities within Escambia County to contract with the
Commission and giving the Commission the power to contract
with private individuals, organizations and other agencies for
certain purposes, describing the Commission's powers and
duties; providing for the promotion of the County and munici-
palities therein including industrial development; authorizing
the Board of County Commissioners of Escambia County to make
contributions to the Commission, authorizing all municipalities
including all agencies of any municipalities within Escambia
County to make contributions to the Commission and authorizing
the Commission to receive contributions from private sources
including individuals and private organizations; fixing an effec-
tive date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 176
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Craig-
HB 177-A bill to be entitled An act to amend chapter 28-955,
laws of Florida, special acts of 1953, the same being "an act
creating and establishing a municipality to be known as City of
Bunnell, Flagler County, Florida;" by adding a new Section 138
and renumbering present Section 138-140 inclusive to Section
139-141 inclusive, said Section to provide that the City of
Bunnell expend for advertising purposes a sum not to exceed
ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED and no/100 ($1,500.00)
DOLLARS per year from General Revenues of the City; re-
pealing all laws that conflict herewith; providing when this act
shall take effect.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 177.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Turlington, Dubbin, Baker, Beck, Bevis,
Bird, Brower, Campbell, Clark, Craig, Culbreath, D'Alemberte,
Danahy, Elmore, Featherstone, Ferre, Firestone, Fleece, E. M.
Fortune, Gautier, Gissendanner, Graham, Harris, Hartnett,
Hector, Hodes, Inman, Lewis, E. L. Martinez, Matthews, Mat-
tox, McKinley, Murphy, Myers, Pettigrew, Randell, Redman,
Robinson, Ryals, Sackett, Sessums, Singleton, Spicola, Stevens,
Tillman, Tucker, Walker, Williams, and Yancey-
HB 178-A bill to be entitled An act relating to schools;
amending sections 236.07(1) and (3)(a), (b) and (c), and
236.02(6) (a) 1. and 2., Florida Statutes; changing the classifi-
cations by ranks of teachers; increasing salaries for certain
ranks of teachers; establishing additional increases based on
years of teaching service; increasing required minimum sal-
aries; providing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public School Education and Appropriations.














By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson, Rob-
inson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 179-A bill to be entitled An act to amend chapter
18947, special acts 1937, being the charter of the city of Olds-
mar, Pinellas county, Florida, by the amendment of section 10,
relating to officers, to add a municipal judge, to change the
name of the office of city marshal, to give the mayor power to
appoint employees as well as officers with the confirmation of
the council, and to give the council power to combine offices;
by amendment of section 12, to set forth the duties of the mayor
and other officers; by deletion of section 21, to eliminate the
mayor's court; by amendment of section 154 to provide change
in manner of determining number of signatures required on
petitions; by deletion of section 155; and by providing an ef-
fective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 179.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Wells, Pettigrew, Ashler, Reeves, Land,
Gallen, Briggs, E. M. Fortune, Miers, and Kennelly-
HM 180-A memorial to the congress of the United States
to provide for the refund of three per cent (3%) of all federal
income taxes collected within the several states to be used by
said states for general state purposes.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.

By Representatives Wells, Schultz, Reeves, Ashler, Briggs,
Miers, E. M. Fortune, and Kennelly-
HB 181-A bill to be entitled An act increasing the present
rate of sales, use and other privilege taxes so as to provide
funds for the reduction of ad valorem taxes levied for county,
school and district purposes; amending Sections 212.03(1), (3);
212.04(1); the introductory paragraph of Section 212.05 and
subsections (1), (2), (3), and (4) thereof; 212.06(1); 212.08(3)
(a), (b), and (c) and 212.12(1), Florida Statutes, relating to
sales, use and other privilege taxes so as to accomplish the above
purposes; providing for the distribution and appropriation of
funds collected thereunder to the General Revenue Fund and
the several counties; and for the procedure to be followed in
reducing county ad valorem taxes and budgets; providing duties
of the State Revenue Commission, Budget Commissions and
Boards, the Treasurer, Comptroller and other state and county
officers and departments and agencies thereof; and providing an
effective date of July 1, 1967;
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Appropriations, Finance & Taxation, and Ad
Valorem Taxation.

By Representatives Eddy, Bird, Prominski, Gustafson, Hum-
phrey, Ducker, Rust, Reed and King-
HB 182-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the district
courts of appeal, judges; amending section 35.06, Florida
Statutes, providing for additional judges for the fourth (4th)
district; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary C and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ducker, Reed, Bassett, Nergard, and
Prominski--
HB 183-A bill to be entitled An act to appropriate funds for
two additional Judges of the Fourth District Court of Appeal,
their staff, expenses, and operating capital outlay, and to fix
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary C and Appropriations.

By Representatives Savage, Yancey, Arnold, Stevens, Grizzle,
Myers and Firestone-



HB 184-A bill to be entitled An act regulating the manufac-
ture, dispensing, sale, prescription, administration, possession



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and use of certain drugs not regulated by the uniform narcotics
drug law; amending certain sections of chapter 404, Florida
Statutes; creating section 404.001, to change the name of chap-
ter 404 to "Florida drug abuse law"; amending section 404.01,
defining certain terms used in this chapter; amending section
404.02(1)-(3), (8), (10), relative to prohibited acts by limiting
possession of specified prescribed drugs to those in containers
in which delivered by seller or dispenser, by limiting refill
authorization, requiring pharmacists to maintain files on pre-
scriptions filled for hallucinogenic drugs, prohibiting certain
deceitful and fraudulent acts in obtaining hallucinogenic drugs;
repealing section 404.03, exempting certain drugs; amending
section 404.04(2) (d), (f), limiting exemptions provided there-
in; amending section 404.05, relating to records; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representatives Wolfson, Matthews, Brower, Reed, Rainey,
Dubbin, Craig, and Papy-
HB 185-A bill to be entitled An act relating to electronic
technicians, regulatory board; defining certain words and
phrases; requiring persons rendering or offering service for a
fee or gratuity to be licensed; creating a Florida electronic
technicians examining board; providing for its membership,
qualifications, powers and duties; providing requirements for
applicants before issuance of license; providing for revocation,
fees, appeal from orders; providing penalty; providing an ef-
fective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency, Ap-
propriations and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives E. M. Fortune, E. L. Martinez, Baker,
Reed, Savage, Firestone, and Grange-
HB 186-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists,
drug dispensing; amending section 465.18, Florida Statutes,
by adding new subsection (3) and renumbering present sub-
section (3) as subsection (4), to prohibit dispensing drugs by
mail unless a prescription is personally presented by the con-
sumer or his agent; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representatives E. M. Fortune, E. L. Martinez, Baker,
Reed, Savage, and Grange-
HB 187-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists,
permits, sale of drugs; amending, adding and renumbering
certain sections of chapter 465, Florida Statutes; amending
section 465.031(6) defining "patent" or "proprietary prepara-
tion"; amending section 465.21 by renumbering certain sub-
sections and adding new subsection (2) to provide for the
supervision of certain drug establishments by licensed phar-
macists; creating section 465.28 specifying certain restrictions
on the sale of drugs by wholesalers and retailers and on the
purchase of drugs by certain persons; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & .Welfare.

By Representatives E. M. Fortune, E. L. Martinez, Baker,
Reed, Savage, and Grange-
HB 188-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists,
the state board of pharmacy; amending section 465.031, Florida
Statutes, by adding subsections (10) and (11); amending chapter
465, Florida Statutes, by adding sections 465.26 and 465.27;
defining drug wholesaler and drug manufacturer; providing for
permits for drug wholesalers and drug manufacturers; provid-
ing for notification of permits; providing for renewal of permits;
providing that no person shall use the title of "drug wholesaler"
or "drug manufacturer" without first being licensed as same;
authorizing the revocation and suspension of drug wholesaler
or drug manufacturer permits under certain conditions; pro-
viding an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
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By Representatives Briggs, Reeves, Ashler, and Wells-
HICR 189-A concurrent resolution commending Clarence R.
Walker, Escambia County, Florida, retired manager of Escambia
County Agricultural Stabilization Conservation services, past
president and director of Escambia County Farm Bureau,
farmer, fisherman, friend, advisor, dedicated public servant,
statesman, leader, and interested citizen.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.

By Representatives Hodes, E. L. Martinez, Middlemas, and
Scarborough-
HB 190-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the estab-
lishment of an air and water quality control agency; prescrib-
ing the membership, powers and duties of the agency; provid-
ing for a director; providing for the creation of the Florida air
quality control council; providing for the establishment of the
Florida water quality control council; providing for enforce-
ment and compliance; making pollution of air and waters of the
state unlawful; providing for injunction and review; providing
penalties; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare, Appropriations and Fi-
nance & Taxation.

By Representative Tyre-
HB 191-A bill to be entitled An act relating to imprison-
ment in county jail; amending section 922.051, Florida Stat-
utes, to reduce from two (2) to one (1) year the maximum
imprisonment in such jails; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.

By Representative Tyre-
HB 192-A bill to be entitled An act relating to county jails
and prison camps; amending section 951.22, Florida Statutes,
prohibiting the introduction to, receiving of or transmission
of certain articles by inmates of said institutions; providing a
penalty; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.

By Representative Tyre-
HB 193-A bill to be entitled An act relating to correctional
and penal institutions, amending section 944.47, Florida Stat-
utes, prohibiting the introduction of certain articles into or on
the grounds of said institutions, deleting the limitation on bar-
biturates; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.

By Representatives Myers and Baker-
HB 194-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sunland
training centers; obsolete language; amending section 393.05,
Florida Statutes, to remove provisions relating to the expense
of removing patients and the transfer of insane children to the
Florida state hospital; providing an effective date.
--was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Institutions and Appropriations.

By Representatives Myers, Baker, and Papy-
HB 195-A bill to be entitled An act relating to mental health,
scholarships; amending section 402.05, Florida Statutes; pro-
viding scholarships for nonresidents attending a university in
Florida; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Mental Health and Appropriations.



By Representatives Myers and Baker-
HB 196-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sunland



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training centers, name change; amending sections 393.04, 393.06,
393.08, 393.10 and 393.11, Florida Statutes; deleting references
to "feeble-minded"; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Institutions.

By Representatives Myers and Baker-
HB 197-A bill to be entitled An act relating to proceedings
to determine mental conditions of defendants in criminal pro-
ceedings; amending sections 917.01 and 917.02, Florida Stat-
utes; providing for mental retardation to be considered as a
basis for determining the mental condition of a defendant in
criminal proceedings; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.

By Representative Sessums-
HB 198-A bill to be entitled An act relating to work-
men's compensation, previous disabilities; amending sections
440.02(19) and 440.15(5)(c), Florida Statutes; changing certain
definitions and provisions relating to previous disabilities; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Insurance and Workmen's Compensation.


CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE GENERAL BILLS AND JOINT
RESOLUTIONS ON SECOND READING
HB 18-A bill to be entitled An act relating to abandon-
ment or discard of iceboxes, refrigerators or deep-freeze lock-
ers; amending sections 823.07-823.09, Florida Statutes, making
it unlawful for any person to abandon or discard certain ice-
boxes, refrigerators or deep-freeze lockers without removing
the doors or to permit the same to remain on premises under
his control; providing exceptions; declaring the same to be an
attractive nuisance; making a person violating section 823.07,
Florida Statutes, guilty of a misdemeanor, or in the event
death results, manslaughter; providing punishment.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mrs. Baker, the rules were waived and
HB 18 was read the second time by title.
Representative Baker offered the following amendment:
In Section 1, subsection (2), line 2, strike the word "remain"
and insert the following: "be abandoned or discarded"
Mrs. Baker moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
Representative Myers offered the following amendment:
In Section 1, subsection (3), line 4, after the word "home,"
strike remainder of sentence and insert the following: or rental
unit, or is held for sale or use in a place of business; provided,
however, that "place of business" as used herein shall not be
deemed to include a junk yard or other similar establishment
dealing in secondhand merchandise for sale on open, unprotected
premises.
Mr. Myers moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
Representative Baker offered the following amendment:
At the end of page 2 add a new section as follows: Section 2.
This act shall take effect immediately upon becoming a law.
Mrs. Baker moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
Representative Baker offered the following amendment:
In title, line 13, strike the period and insert the following:
"; providing an effective date."
Mrs. Baker moved the adoption of the amendment which was



adopted.
Further consideration of HB 18 was temporarily deferred.



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CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE BILLS OF A LOCAL
NATURE ON SECOND READING
HB 100-A bill to be entitled An act relating to small claims
courts; amending sections 1 and 7 of chapter 27151, Laws of
Florida, 1951, as amended by chapter 61-1233, Laws of Florida,
creating a small claims court in any county of the state having
a population of not less than three thousand four hundred
(3,400) and not more than four thousand five hundred (4,500)
according to the latest official decennial census, by increasing
the jurisdiction of the court and the filing fees; providing an
effective date.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. McDonald, the rules were waived and
HB 100 was read the second time by title.
Representative McDonald offered the following amendment:
In Section 1, on page 1, line 8, strike: "five hundred dollars
($500.00)" and insert the following: "two hundred fifty dollars
($250.00)".
Mr. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
On motion by Mr. McDonald, the rules were waived by
two-thirds vote and HB 100, as amended, was read the third
time in full and passed, as amended. The vote was:
Yeas-112



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider



Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson



Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas



Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Rowell
Rude



Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums



Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford



Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre



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Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None

The bill was ordered engrossed.



Engrossing Reports

April 10, 1967
Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-

HB 18

-with amendments, reports the amendments have been incor-
porated and the bill is herewith returned.

IRMA LINN
Engrossing Clerk

-and the bill was placed on third reading.

April 10, 1967
Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-

HB 100

-with amendment, reports the amendment has been incor-
porated and the bill is herewith returned.

IRMA LINN
Engrossing Clerk
-and the bill was immediately certified to the Senate,



Adjournment
On motion by Mr. Rowell, the House adjourned at 1:25 P.M.
to reconvene at 11:00 A.M. tomorrow.











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FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7



April 10, 1967



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Adams, Adam G.,
208 Valencia Ave.,
Coral Gables............... ..


Adams, Karl R.,
1802 W. Indianhead,
Tallahassee. ... ..............
Alford, Louise,
6228 17th Ave., N.,
St. Petersburg.............. ..
Alford, Louise,
6228 17th Ave., N.,
St. Petersburg................
Allen, LeRoy,
P.O. Box 2111,
Marine Bank Bldg.,
Tampa, Florida ..............
Allen, LeRoy,
P.O. Box 2111,
Marine Bank Bldg.,
Tampa.. ................
Allen, Stewart D.,
1029 Hardee Rd.,
Coral Gables ... ................
Allen, Wm. E. "Bill",
236 W. Hillsborough Ave.,
Tampa............ .........
Alsobrook, Alvin V.,
4350 S.W. 13th St.,
Gainesville...............
Anderson, Barbara,
(Mrs. Thomas M.)
971 Briarcliff,
Tallahassee ...................
Antill, William,
901 Evernia St.,
West Palm Beach. .............
Antink, Joseph R.,
Suite 215,
Rutland Bldg.,
Orlando ....................
Apthorp, James,
3700 A N. Meridian Rd.,
Tallahassee .................

Baggett, Rolan J.,
Haydon Burns Building,
Tallahassee .................
Bair, Dr. Carl M., Jr.,
394 S. Haverhill Road,
West Palm Beach............
Bannerman, R. L., Jr.,
2281 Trescott Dr.,
Tallahassee ....................
Barber, Mrs. Georgia,
P.O. Box 1257,
Tallahassee ..................
Barefield, Mrs. Emily Y.,
395 N.W. First St.,
M iami ............
Barker, Percy Wayne,
2905 Camelliawood Lane,
Tallahassee ....... ........



Florida Library and Historical
Commission
State Library
Tallahassee................ ...

Department of Public Safety
Neil Kirkman Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................
Florida Education Assn.,
208 W. Pensacola,
Tallahassee..... ..............
Pinellas Class Room Teachers
Assn.,
Drew St.,
Clearwater .................

ACL Railroad,
Jacksonville. ..... ........ .

Swift & Co.,
Chicago, Ill...................

Governor's Office................
Fla. AFL-CIO
236 W. Hillsborough Ave.,
Tampa..................
Florida Farm Bureau Federation
Gainesville. ..................

Audubon Society,
M aitland ................
Central and Southern Flood
Control District,
West Palm Beach.............

Florida Dairy Products Assn.,
Inc.,
Orlando .................... .

Secretary of State,
Tallahassee. .................



State Road Dept... ...........
Palm Beach County Classroom
Teachers,
715 Spencer Dr.,
West Palm Beach.............
Florida Home Builders Assn.,
P.O. Box 1259,
Tallahassee. ...............
Justices of the Peace and
Constables Assoc. of Florida,
726 Liberty St.,
Jacksonville ...............
Florida Health and Welfare
Council, Inc.,
Miami .................
Florida Barbers' Sanitary
Commission
108 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee. ...... ... ... ..



Session ............ Any legislation relating to the state library



Permanent......... Highway safety legislation



Session............. Education



Session............. Education



Yearly basis ....


Session.............

Session ............



All matters affecting railroads

All matters affecting corporate interests of
Swift & Co.

Governor's legislative program



Session............. Labor



Permanent......... Agriculture



Permanent........

Session. .........



Conservation
Water control and water pollution or any
legislation affecting water control and
conservation



Session............. Milk matters



Permanent .......



Anything affecting the office of the Secretary
of State



Session............. Legislation pertaining to the State Road Dept.



Continuous..... ... All educational legislation



Permanent. .......


Permanent. ........



Any legislation affecting the home building
industry

Any legislation pertaining to Justices of the
Peace and Constables



Session ............ Health and welfare



1967 Session........ Pertaining to barbering



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FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Barnard, Mrs. G. L.,
81 Martinique Ave.,
Tampa. ..................
Beck, Fred A., Jr.,
P.O. Box 17,
Woodville. ............ ....
Bell, Leslie B.,
1911 N. Flagler Dr.,
West Palm Beach..........
Berkowitz, Sidney,
Box 210,
Jacksonville .... ..............
Berkowitz, Gene,
801 Waverly,
Tallahassee ...............
Bethea, Alma A.,
Rt. 1, Box 18,
Newberry...................
Bethea, John,
1829 Sharon Rd.,
Tallahassee .................
Bevis, Charlie,
2902 Terry Road,
Tallahassee .................
Blakemore, Chester F.,
Room 118, Capitol,
Tallahassee .................
Battorff, Ray K.,
3145 Pinellas Point Dr.,
St. Petersburg .................
Boyles, John L.,
1105 Waverly Rd.,
Tallahassee..................
Brent, R. C., Jr.,
Box 191,
Tallahassee ........
Britt, H. Merritt,
P.O. Box 2711,
Orlando ....................
Brugh, Ronald,
Box 805,
Tallahassee .................
Bucklew, Sam,
403 Morgan,
Tampa. .. .................
Bucklew, Sam,
403 Morgan,
Tam pa .. ..................
Buford, Rivers,
Attorney General's Office,
Tallahassee.....................
Buford, Rivers,
Attorney General's Office,
Tallahassee .................
Buford, Rivers,
Attorney General's Office,
Tallahassee .................

Caldwell, W. G. (Tim),
200 Caroline Ave.,
Panama City ..............
Chandler, Hendrix,
Adams and Gaines St.,
Tallahassee....... . . . .
Clark, A. L.,
Box 44,
Winter Park..... ............



Florida Congress of Parents and
Teachers,
1020 Legion Place,
Orlando ...................
Disabled American Veterans,
P.O. Box 17,
W oodville. ................
Florida State Dental Society,
P.O. Box 2072,
Tampa.. ...............
Florida State Board of Health,
Jacksonville ............... ..

City of Tallahassee.......... ..

State Supervisors of Elections,
Titusville. ....... ........
Florida Board of Forestry,
Collins Building,
Tallahassee............ .....
Salt Water Fisheries,
2902 Terry Road,
"Tallahassee ................ ..

Florida Dept. of Agriculture ......
Christian Science Committee on
Publication for Florida,
908 First Federal Bldg.,
St. Petersburg ..........
Florida Public Service Commission,
700 S. Adams St.,
Tallahassee ................ ..

St. Joe Paper Co.,
Tallahassee ................ ..
Minute Maid Company,
P.O. Box 2711,
Orlando..... ................
Planter's Compost, Inc.,
City National Bank Bldg.,
M iami................... ..
Florida Agricultural Research
Institute,
Gainesville ................ ..
Tampa Electric Co.,
Tampa ... ..............
Attorney General's Office,
Tallahassee ................ ..

State Department of Education,
Tallahassee ................ .
Board of Regents of the
University System,
Tallahassee...................


International Paper Co.,
Panama City..............
Florida Board of Regents,
Adams and Gaines St.,
Tallahassee ................
Florida Gas Co.,
Box 44,
Winter Park...............



Session...........

Session ...........

Session. ........ ..

Permanent ........

Permanent ........

Permanent ........

Permanent.........

Permanent .........

Session. ......... ..


Permanent.........

Permanent........

Permanent.........

Session.............

Continuous.........

Permanent.........

Permanent.........

Permanent........

Permanent ........

Permanent.........







Permanent .........

Session............



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Education, safety, health and anything relat-
ing to the welfare of youth

Veterans legislation

Any and all involving Dental Health

Air and water pollution

All municipal legislation

Elections

Forestry legislation

All salt water commercial fishery legislation
Matters affecting the Agriculture Dept. and
matters coming under the jurisdiction of the
Cabinet


Religious practices
All matters relating to the jurisdiction of the
commission and the operation of the com-
mission

Legislation relating to pulp and paper industry

Citrus

Agriculture, banking, labor, taxation

Agriculture, fertilizer, and pesticides

Anything affecting utilities

All matters affecting education

All matters involving education

All matters involving higher education



Any matter affecting the pulp and paper in-
dustry

Relating to State Universities

Natural gas



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN
FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Clark, C. L.,
1224 Crestview Ave.,
Tallahassee .................
Clark, James C.,
1538 State St.,
Sarasota... ...............
Cochran, H. G., Jr.,
518 Vinnedge Ride,
Tallahassee ....................

Constana, Phil, Jr.,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee .. ...............
Cook, H. T.,
59 Carrera,
St. Augustine ..............
Cook, James A.,
1526 Kuhlacre Dr.,
Tallahassee ................
Cook, Thomas R., Jr.,
1923 Tyndall Drive,
Panama City ...............

Cook, Wilda J.,
250 19th Ave., S.,
St. Petersburg. .... ........
Coplon, Julian,
3407 Fair Oaks,
Tampa ...................

Coulter, C. H. (Hux),
412 Ingleside Ave.,
Tallahassee .................
Coulter ,William P.,
P.O. Box 929,
Tallahassee..... ..........
Courtney, Anne A.,
725 S. Bronough,
Tallahassee ................
Crider, Gerald M.,
969 Beachfern Lane,
Rockledge. ...............

Culley, Joseph A., II,
210 E. Pensacola,
Tallahassee. ...... ..........
Culpepper, J. B.,
Chancellor State University
System
Collins Building,
Tallahassee..................
Cunningham, Mac H.,
P.O. Box 2402,
Lakeland ..................

Dabbs, George,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ..................
Dail, G. Edward, Jr.,
901 Evernia St.,
West Palm Beach..............

Daniel, William F.,
P.O. Box 12,
127 E. Park Ave.,
Tallahassee .................
Dauber, R. A.,
1216 E. Colonial,
Orlando .. ...............
Davies, John F.,
3100 9th Ave., N.,
St. Petersburg.... ..........



St. Joe Paper Co.,
Tallahassee .. ................

Governor's Office................
Beer Industry of Florida
(Distributors)
Suite 219, Hotel Duval,
Tallahassee .......... ........
Florida Education Assn.,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee...................
Florida East Coast Railway Co.,
St. Augustine ..............
Florida Board of Parks,
Leroy Collins Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................
Bay County Classroom Teachers
Assn.,
Box 968,
Panama City..............
Supervisor of Elections,
Courthouse,
Clearwater ...................
Florida Osteopathic Medical
Assn.,
1500 8th Ave.,
Palm etto....................

Florida Forest Service..........
Florida Wholesalers Assoc.,
Box 929,
Tallahassee................ ...

Florida Cosmetology Schools......
Brevard County Classroom
Teacher's Assoc.,
805 Forrest Ave.,
Cocoa ............ .........
Florida Funeral Director's Assoc.,
807 W. Morse Blvd.,
Winter Park .. ............

State University System-
Higher Education
Collins Building,
Tallahassee...................
Florida Municipal Utilities Assn.,
P.O. Box 2402,
Lakeland ..................

Florida Education Assoc.,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ........ .......
Central & Southern Florida Flood
Control District,
901 Evernia St.,
West Palm Beach..........
General Council, Florida
Education Assoc.,
108 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ....... ..........
Florida Chiropractic Assoc.,
1216 E. Colonial,
Orlando ................
Florida Electrical Workers Assn.,
3100 9th Ave., N.,
St. Petersburg ........ ..



Permanent .......

Session........


Permanent ....... .

Permanent .........

Permanent ........

Session.............


Session.............

Permanent ........


Continuous.......

Permanent .......

Permanent ....

Continuous. ......


Continuous ........

Permanent .........



Continuing ......

Session. ........



Legislation relating to pulp and paper industry

Governor's legislative program

All matters relating to malt beverages and tax-
ation

Education

Anything relating to railroads

Anything pertaining to state parks, recreation
or conservation


Education

Election bills


Health and welfare

Forestry and related conservation

All matters affecting wholesaling

Cosmetology


Education

Funeral directing and all related legislation



Education and Appropriations

Utilities



Permanent. ........ Education



Permanent.......... Water resources and conservation



Permanent. ........

Continuous.......

Permanent .......



All matters affecting education

Anything related to chiropractic

Labor and general legislation



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FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Davis, A. M.,
Florida Power and Light Co.,
Box 3100,
M iami ........................
Davis, Bruce G.,
413 S. Ride,
Tallahassee .................
Davis, Ralph,
2016 Laurel St.,
Tallahassee .................
Diaz, Eddie C.,
1001 W. Platt St.,
Tampa. .. .................

Dodson, Eugene B.,
10703 Carrollwood Drive,
Tam pa........................
Duden, Don,
3415 Deer Lane Dr.,
Tallahassee .................
Duke, Davis W., Jr.,
5230 N. E. 15th Ave.,
Ft. Lauderdale.................
Duncan, James T.,
4401 E. Colonial Dr.,
Orlando......................

Earnest, Gladys,
Rt. 3, Box 435,
DeLand ....................
Ervin, Robert M.
P.O. Box 1567,
Tallahassee .................

Ervin, Robert M.,
P.O. Box 1567,
Tallahassee ................ .
Ettinger, Mrs. Leon,
2700 Lakeshore Dr.,
Orlando ................... ...


Fair, Jim,
124 S. Franklin St.,
Tampa ... ...............
Farris, K. D.,
2408 Jim Lee Road,
Tallahassee ........... ...... ..
Fearington, Mercer,
Box 878,
Tallahassee .................
Fellows, Robert J.,
817 S. Willow,
Tam pa ........................
Fellows, Robert J.,
817 S. Willow,
Tampa ... ...............

Fellows, Robert J.,
817 S. Willow,
Tampa ... ...............

Floyd, Robert L.,
12th Floor, Concord Bldg.,
Miami ..................
Fokes, W. Robert,
412 Plantation Road,
Tallahassee . . . . .
Foster, Leo,
Brock Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................



Florida Power and Light Co.,
Miami ................... ...

Biscayne Kennel Club,
M iam i .. ....... ..........

State Road Department,
Tallahassee ................
Diaz, Seckinger and Associates,
Inc.,
1001 W. Platt St.,
Tampa...... ....... .... .
Florida Assn. of Broadcasters,
University of Florida,
Gainesville...................

Secretary of State,
Tallahassee ................ ..

Governor's Office................

Florida Fruit & Vegetable Assoc.,
Orlando..... ................


Florida School Food Service Assn.
Tallahassee ................
Florida Institute of Certified
Public Accountants,
P.O. Box 14287,
Gainesville...................
Florida Home Builders Assn.,
P.O. Box 1259,
Tallahassee ................
League of Women Voters of
Florida,
5201 Lakeview Ave., S.,
St. Petersburg .............. .



Self
124 S. Franklin St.,



Tampa .................. .

Teacher's Retirement System,
Tallahassee ...................
Florida Railroad Assn.,
Box 878,
Tallahassee ...................

Arthur Andersen & Co.,
Chicago, Ill. ..................
Arthur Young & Co.; Peat, Mar-
wick, Mitchell & Co.; Price
Waterhouse & Co.,
New York, N. Y...............
Lybrand, Ross Bros. & Mont-
gomery; Touche, Ross, Bailey &
Smart,
New York, N.Y................
Stop and Save Trading Stamp Co.,
E. Patterson,
New Jersey..................
Florida Savings and Loan League,
P.O. Box 2246,
Orlando ..................

Florida Municipal Utilities Assn.,
Lakeland ...... .... ......



Permanent ........

Permanent .........

Permanent .........


Session ..........

Session ............

Permanent.......

Session. ............

Permanent.......



Session.............


Continuous.........

Continuous.........


Session. ............



Permanent ........

Session.............

Continuous........

Length of Session....



Electric utilities

Dog racing and related interests

Highway legislation

Any legislation related to architecture or engi-
neering

Daylight Saving Time

Anything affecting the office of the Secretary of
State

Governor's legislative program

Any matters affecting the fruit and vegetable
interests of Florida




Any legislation relating to school food service

Matters affecting accountancy or certified pub-
lic accountants

Matters affecting home building industry

Constitutional revision, taxation, water control
& conservation, education, merit system


To get men the equal rights of women, ethics,
mankind

Retirement for Teachers

Any matters affecting railroads

Legislation relating to CPA's



Length of Session.... Legislation relating to CPA's



Length of Session....

Permanent ........

Permanent .........

Session.............



Legislation relating to CPA's

Trading stamp legislation

All bills affecting the savings and loan industry

Constitutional revision



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Fraser, Donald S.,
1522 Belleau Wood Dr.,
Tallahassee ....................

Gage, Raymond W.,
Box 1545,
Tallahassee .. ................
Gartner, William, Jr.,
1709 N. W. 23rd St.,
Gainesville ...................
Gerber, Mel, Jr.,
Martin Theater,
Panama City................

Gilmore, Lynn Q.,
4520 N. W. 6th Ct.,
Plantation .. ....... ........

Gleockler, Emily F.,
P.O. Box 1846,
St. Petersburg..................

Glover, Henry B.,
104 Harbor View Lane,
Largo ... ...................
Gorham, James E.,
Room 719, American Heritage
Life Bldg.,
Jacksonville. ..................
Graham, Frank A., Jr.,
112 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ................
Graham, Frank A., Jr.,
112 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ....................

Graham, Frank A., Jr.,
112 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ..... .............

Graham, Harry R.,
Box 596,
Tavernier... .............
Grant, Hoke, Jr.,
1467 Crestview Ave.,
Tallahassee ...................
Green, Nathan D.,
Rt. 1, Box 130,
Baldwin .................

Green, Ray E.,
Box 1677,
Tallahassee .................
Gresimer, Robert E.,
913 Maplewood Ave.,
Tallahassee .................
Guarisco, Peter,
3350 Lakeshore Dr.,
Tallahassee... ...... ......
Guarisco, Peter,
3350 Lakeshore Dr.,
Tallahassee................
Griffin, Jim,
Rt. 5, Box 1135,
Brooksville . . . . .

Griffin, Jim,
Rt. 5, Box 1135,
Brooksville . . . . .
Griner, K. Dudley,
Cross City..... . . .



Secretary of State,
Capitol,
Tallahassee ................ ..

Florida Ports & Foreign Trade
Council,
Tallahassee ................ ..

State Road Department,
Tallahassee ................
Motion Picture Exhibitors of
Florida,
Box 1962,
Jacksonville . ........
Broward County Classroom
Teacher's Assn.,
1320 S. W. 4th St.,
Ft. Lauderdale................
Florida Federation of Humane
Societies,
P.O. Box 1846,
St. Petersburg ...............
Theater Owners' of Florida,
P.O. Box 1962,
Jacksonville ........... ....

Florida Retail Federation,
Jacksonville............... ...

Arthur Andersen & Co.,
Chicago, Illinois ............
Arthur Young & Co.; Peat, Mar-
wick, Mitchell & Co.; Price
Waterhouse & Co.,
New York, N. Y....... ...
Lybrand, Ross Bros. & Mont-
gomery; Touche, Ross, Bailey &
Smart,
New York, N. Y....... ....
South Florida Lobstermen's Assn.,
Box 596,
Tavernier ................... .

Florida State Road Department...
Florida State Road Department,
Employees Local 1420, AFSC &
Me,
1309 Thomasville Rd.,
Tallahassee ................. .
Independent Bankers,
Box 367,
Tallahassee...................

Matters pertaining to L.P. Gas
and State Treasurer's Office
Florida Assoc. of Ins. Agents,
407 E. Jefferscn,
Tallahassee...................
Citizen's Safety Council of
Florida,
Tallahassee...................
Florida Nurserymen & Growers
Assn.,
180 W. Brorein St.,
Tampa..................... .
Florida Agricultural Council,
180 W. Brorein St.,
Tampa ..................
Tourist Attractions, Inc.,
Pompano Beach. .... ....



Permanent .......



Permanent ....... .



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Legislation affecting the office of the Secretary
of State



Anything pertaining to ports & foreign trade



Permanent......... Roads, streets, safety, resolutions & memorials



Session..............



Matters pertaining to the interests of theater
owners



Permanent ......... Education



Session ............ General anti-cruelty laws



Session ......... ..



Daylight Saving Time, Amusement and Enter-
tainment



Permanent ......... Any legislation affecting retailing



Length of Session.... Legislation relating to CPA's



Length of Session.... Legislation relating to CPA's



Length of Session....



Legislation relating to CPA's



Permanent......... All salt water fishery legislation



Permanent ........ .Personnel, retirement & labor



Permanent ..... .. .



Public employment



Permanent ......... Banking



Session......... ....



Matters pertaining
Treasurer's Office



to L.P. Gas and State



Session............. Insurance



Session ............. Safety



Session .............



All Agriculture



Session.......... .. All Agriculture



Permanent ..... .



Any legislation concerning Pari-mutuel



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FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN
FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7--(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Hafner, E. R.,
P.O. Box 549,
Tallahassee .................
Hagman, Dexter H.,
1217 N. W. 13th Lang,
Ft. Lauderdale. ...........
Hagman, Dexter H.,
1217 N. W. 13th Lang,
Ft. Lauderdale ... ............

Hagan, Glyn P.,
1913 Grimes Lane
Tallahassee ........... ...... ..
Hall, Charles,
14501 N. W. 16th Court,
M iam i......................
Hall, J. Lewis,
Midyette-Moor Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Hall, J. Lewis,
Midyette-Moor Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Hall, J. Lewis,
Midyette-Moor Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Hancock, Lawson,
404 E. 6th Ave.,
Tallahassee ................ .
Harris, Charlie,
P.O. Box 537,
Miami. .....................
Harris, F. Epperson,
1005 Saratoga Rd.,
Jacksonville ... ..............
Harris, F. Epperson,
1005 Saratoga Rd.,
Jacksonville ..................
Hart, Lloyd,
201 Russ,
Marianna ... .............
Henderson, Ed,
515 N. Meridian St.,
Tallahassee ..................
Henderson, John W.,
P.O. Box 986,
Tallahassee..................
Henderson, John W.,
P.O. Box 986,
Tallahassee .................
Hendricks, W. G.,
1508 Lee Ave.,
Tallahassee .................
Hendry, Robert R.,
100 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando ....................
Hendry, Robert R.,
100 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando ....................
Henry, Bryan W.,
State Rd. Dept.,
Tallahassee .................
Herrell, Cliff,
720 N. W. 27th Ave.,
Miami
Hinds, Paul H.,
1699 S. W. 22nd St.,
M iam i..... . . . . .
Hodges, Randolph,
1500 Cristobal Dr.,
Tallahassee . . . .



State Assn. of County Commis-
sioners of Florida,
P.O. Box 549,
Tallahassee...................
Florida Education Assn.,
208 W. Pensacola,
Tallahassee ................ ..
Broward County Classroom
Teachers Assn.,
1320 S. W. 4th St.,
Ft. Lauderdale............. ...
Florida Barbers Sanitary Comm.,
108 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ................ ..
Firefighters of Florida,
14501 N. W. 16th Court,
M iami ....................
Florida Assn. of Realtors,
Orlando ......................

American Insurance Assn.,
New York, N. Y...............

Florida Optometric Assn.,
Miami ..................
Florida State Road Department,
Haydon Burns Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................
Florida AFL-CIO,
P.O. Box 537,
Miami ....................
Gulf Life Insurance Co.,
124 W. Ashley St.,
Jacksonville ............... ..

Florida Life Companies, Inc.,
Tallahassee. ..................
WTOT Radio,
104 S. Calledonia,
Marianna .................
Florida Education Assn.,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee...................
The Florida Life's Co., Inc.,
P.O. Box 986,
Tallahassee...................

Lewis State Bank,
Tallahassee............... .

Board of Regents...............
Reedy Creek Drainage District,
100 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando ...... ..............
Compass East Corp.,
100 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando .................. ...

State Road Department of Florida.
Florida Div. of the American
Greyhound Trackowners Assn.,
DuPont Bldg.,
Miami ....................

Associated Gen. Contractors,
Miami .................
Florida Board of Conservation,
107 W. Gaines St.,
Tallahassee. ..............



Permanent .......

Session............


Session ...........

1967 Session.......

Permanent. .......

Session...........

Session... .. ......

Session.............

Session ...........

Permanent.........

Continuous.........



Continuous......... Insurance and finance



Session.............

Permanent........

Permanent .......

Permanent. ........

Session. ..... ..

Permanent. .......

Permanent. .......

Permanent. ...


Permanent .......

Session.............

Permanent.........



County Government

Education


Education

Anything pertaining to the Fla. Barbers Sani-
tary Comm. or the profession of barbering

Anything pertaining to the firefighters
Anything affecting real estate & the profession
of realtors

Insurance

Visual care

Workmen's Compensation & Insurance

.Labor legislation

All matters affecting insurance



All legislation affecting the operation of WTOT
Radio Station

Education

Life & disability insurance, finance
Banking & Finance
anything pertaining to banking & finance

Higher education

Act amending district
Act creating city of Reedy Creek, act creating
city of Bay Lake, act amending chapter 495
(2 bills), act amending chapter 205

All road matters

Public Relations
Anything affecting greyhound trackowners

All general legislation
All bills affecting activities, responsibilities &
duties of Florida Board of Conservation



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN
FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Hoequist, LeRoy,
808 Putnam St.,
Orlando ................... .
Hoffman, Lawrence E. (Ed),
940-32nd St.,
W. Palm Beach ...............
Holcom, T. E.,
P.O. Box 985,
Lakeland .......................
Hollahan, Dick,
117 Ridgeland Road,
Tallahassee .................
Hooks, Homer E.,
P.O. Box 985,
Lakeland ...................
Hopping, Wade L.,
705 Middlebrook Circle,
Tallahassee .................
Hunter, James,
Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee ....................
Huntley, Ann,
4728 S. Trask,
Apt. 101,
Tampa .. ...................
Hyde, Bolivar,
422 Morningside Dr.,
Lakeland....................

Hyde, Bolivar,
422 Morningside Dr.,
Lakeland............. ........

Hyde, Bolivar,
422 Morningside Dr.,
Lakeland ...................

Hyde, T. L.,
Florida Theater Bldg.,
Vero Beach ................


Inman, George H.,
2103 Clifton St.,
Ocala ....... .............


James, Alvin D.,
735 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville.... ...........
Johnson, Tom C.,
3716 Neptune Ave.,
Tampa .. ..................
Jones, F. R.,
455 E. 10th Ave.,
Hialeah ....................
Jones, J. McHenry,
P.O. Box 732,
Pensacola.................

Jones, Robert P.,
1109 Sandringham Dr.,
Tallahassee ................. ..
"Jones, Roy C.,
614 N. E. 6th Ave.,
Ft. Lauderdale .............
Jones, Wilbur E.,
119 E. Georgia,
Tallahassee ............... ..
Jones, Wilbur E.,
119 E. Georgia,
Tallahassee .......... ..



Permanent. ........

Session. ..........

Permanent.......

Permanent .......

Permanent. .......

Continuing........

Permanent .........



Any legislation affecting funeral service or its
related fields

All legislation pertaining to fire department

Any legislation pertaining to air & water pollu-
tion and taxation

Matters affecting the Secretary of State

Any legislation affecting Florida phosphate in-
dustry

Governor's legislative program
Any legislation relating to the Commission &
the hospitality



Florida Funeral Director's Assn.,
807 Morse Blvd.,
Winter Park ...............
Fire Department,
222 N. Dixie,
W. Palm Beach ...........
Florida Phosphate Council,
P.O. Box 985,
Lakeland. ............... .

Office of Secretary of State,
Tallahassee ...............
Florida Phosphate Council,
P.O. Box 985,
Lakeland....... ........

Governor's Office................
Florida Hotel & Restaurant Comm.,
Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee. ................
Hillsborough County Education
Assn.,
2110 N. Blvd.,
Tam pa .................. ..
Committee to retain standard
time,
Box 174,
Lakeland ....................
National Assn. of Theater Owners
of Florida,
Box 1962,
Jacksonville ..................
Florida Concrete Pipe Institute,
Inc.,
115/i S. Florida Ave.,
Lakeland...... ..........
Motion Picture Exhibitors of
Florida,
P.O. Box 1962,
Jacksonville ................

Distilled Spirits Distributors of
Florida,
Box 6477,
Jacksonville .................

Florida Medical Assn.,
735 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville ................
Florida Assoc. of Insurance Agents
3716 Neptune Ave.,
Tampa ...................

Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc.,
Hialeah .. .................
Member Florida Commission for
Tax Reform,
Capitol Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................
S. E. Fisheries Assoc., Inc.,
330 S. Adams,
Tallahassee ................
See Jones Real Estate,
614 N. E. 6th Ave.,
Ft. Lauderdale. .............
Catrala,
119 E. Georgia,
Tallahassee . . . ..
Soap and Detergent Assoc.,
New York,
"New York .. ...............



Session. .........


Permanent.........


Permanent.........


Session.. ........




Permanent.......



Session ..........

Permanent. ........

Session ........ ....


June 30, 1967..

Permanent .......

Permanent........

Continuing.........

Continuing .......



Standard time legislation

Legislation relating to the motion picture in-
dustry

Roads, taxes, any legislation concerning con-
crete pipe


Motion picture theater




Legislation dealing with distilled spirits



Health, Welfare and relating matters

Insurance and safety

Uniform time legislation

Finance and taxation and constitutional revi-
sion

Any legislation affecting the fishing industry

Any legislation affecting real estate

Car and truck rentals and leasing

Legislation involving soap and detergent pro-
ducts



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN
FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Kent, Fred H., Jr.,
850 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg.,
Jacksonville ...............
Knotts, Thomas M.,
1502 Chowkeebin Nene
Tallahassee ........ ...........
Knowles, Robert E.,
1400 4th Ave., W.,
Bradenton .. .. ................
Kyle, William C., Jr.,
1107 Richardson Rd.,
Tallahassee...................

Landeau, Joseph,
10654 Lake View Rd. East,
Jacksonville... .... ...... .
Lanham, Gary,
1221 Apalachee Parkway,
Tallahassee .................
Laramore, J. E.,
Drawer 957,
Marianna ..... .............
Law, Walter L.,
Box 367,
Tallahassee....................
Ledden, Jack,
1318 Charlotte St.,
Tallahassee .... ...........
Lee, J. H., Jr.,
510 E. 14th Street,
Sanford .................... ..

Lee, John C.,
Box 784,
Tallahassee .. ...............
Lee, Terry C.,
Holland Building,
Tallahassee ....................

Lenchuk, Paul,
411 N. Park Ave.,
W inter Park...................
Lewis, A. J.,
2810 Harwood St.,
Tallahassee........... ..... .
Lewis, Harold D.,
Comptrollers Off.,
Tallahassee .................
Lewis, R. W. (Bob),
439 Woodbine St.,
Jacksonville ..................
Lippold, William H., Jr.,
P.O. Box 1231,
Orlando ..................
Long, Quentin V.,
1915 Harrison St.,
Hollywood .. ........ .........
Lowe, Reid H.,
2360 N. W. 36th St.,
M iam i........................
Lucey, Philip E.,
P.O. Box 345,
W inter Haven..................

Mack, Judge John P.,
1488 Lee Ave.,
Tallahassee................ .
Madigan, John A., Jr.,
Brock Bldg.,
Tallahassee ......... .......



Governor's Office..............
United Christian Action,
1704 Gary Rd.,
Lakeland...............
Tax Assessors Assn. of Florida,
c/o P.O. Box 469,
Bradenton..................
Fla. Probation and Parole Comm.
1235 Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee...................

Florida Education Assoc.,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee....... ........ .
Barber Colleges of Florida,
1221 Apalachee Parkway,
Tallahassee ...................

Florida County Judges Assoc.,
Brooksville ................ ..
Independent Bankers of Florida,
Box 367,
Tallahassee...................

Governor's Office................
Order of Railway Conductors and
Brakeman,
O.R.C.N.B. Bldg.,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa...........
Associated Ind. of Florida,
Box 784,
Tallahassee ..................
Board of Commissioners of
State Institutions,
The Capitol,
Tallahassee...................
Florida Concrete and Prod. Assoc.,
411 N. Park Ave.,
W inter Park..................

State Road Department
Tallahassee...................
Comptroller of Florida,
Capitol,
Tallahassee...................

Brotherhood of Loc. Engr.,
Jacksonville..................
Florida Assoc. of Realtors,
Box 1231,
O rlando .....................

Gulfstream Park,
H allandale....................
Florida Funeral Directors Assn.,
807 W. Morse Blvd.,
W inter Park..................
Old Florida Rum Co.,
42nd St. & Ave. G N. W.,
W inter Haven................


Natl. Police Off. Assn. of America
Chicago, Illinois...............

Florida Mobile Home Assn.,
Tampa .. .... .. . . .



Session ...............

Session .............

Session.............

Session .............



Session .............

Permanent. ........

Session.............

Permanent .........

Permanent .........


Session .............

Permanent and
continuing........


Permanent .........

Session.............

Session .............

Session .............



The Governor's legislative program




Any and all legislation affecting taxation

All matters pertaining to probation and parole
legislation



Education


Anything involving barbers

All legislation pertaining to County Judges and
Juvenile Judges

Branch Banking

Any legislation for the good of Florida


Labor

Matters of concern to business and industry

Anything affecting the Board of Commission-
ers of State Institutions, including State con-
struction work

Lien law, severance tax, general taxation

All legislation involving State Road Depart-
ment

All legislation affecting the comptrollers office



Session............. Labor



Session.............

Continuous .....

Session...........

Permanent .......



Session... .......

Continuous........



Real estate

Horse racing

Any legislation regarding funeral service or re-
lated activities

Extending of tax break


Law enforcement-Anything that affects po-
lice officers

Dealing with mobile homes



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN
FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Madigan, John A., Jr.,
Brock Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................

Madigan, John A., Jr.,
Brock Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Maples, Eugene,
211 E. Forsyth,
Jacksonville. ............. ..

Marsicano, Ralph A.,
International Bank Bldg.,
Tam pa ....................
Martin, Douglas,
714 N. W. 23rd Blvd.,
Gainesville .... ...........
Martin, Stephen I.,
30 W. Monroe St.,
Chicago, Ill. .. ..............
Martin, Warren N.,
1000 Connecticut Ave.,
Washington, D. C.............
Martinez, Robert,
2527 Ivy St.,
Tampa ...................

Mathis, Harvey,
Box 2487,
Panama City................
Mawhinney, B. J.,
2321 Armistead Rd.,
Tallahassee ................
McClane, T. K.,
4350 S. W. 13th St.,
Gainesville ................ ..
McKinney, A. E., Jr.,
310 W. Call St.,
Tallahassee ....................

McMullen, D. Fred,
P.O. Box 391,
Tallahassee .................
McRae, M. R.,
1661 Loma Linda
Sarasota... ..............
Meiklejohn, Don D.,
Goodwood Plantation,
Tallahassee ........... ..... .
Miller, Herbert W.,
Caldwell Bldg.,
Tallahassee .. .................
Miller, N. E., "Bill",
101 W. Gaines St.,
Tallahassee .......... ...... .
Miller, Wilton,
Route 9, Box 573,
Tallahassee ................

Monahan, Jack F., Jr.,
2117 Whitehall Dr.,
W inter Park................ ..
Montminy, Robert E.,
1506 Sharon Road,
Tallahassee . . . . .

Morgan, Richard L.,
1001 Piedmont,
Tallahassee...................



Installment Land Sales Develop-
ment Assoc. of Florida,
420 Lincoln Rd.,
M iami Beach.................

Florida State Retailers Assn.,
W inter Park..................
Florida Petroleum Marketers
Assn., Inc.,
406 Smith Bldg.,
Jacksonville ...........
Florida League of Municipalities,
Fla. Bank Bldg., Room 552,
Jacksonville ............... ..

Florida Press Assoc.,
G ainesville ...................
Natl. Assoc. of Independent
Insurers,
Chicago, Ill. .. ...............
Air Transport Assoc.,
1000 Connecticut Ave.,
Washington, D. C. .........
Hillsborough Classroom Teachers
Assn.,
610 N. Florida Ave.,
Suite 1808,
Tampa.... ..............
International Paper Co.,
Box 2487,
Panama City.................

Comptroller of Florida...........

Florida Farm Bureau Federation,
Gainesville ...................
Florida Retail Liquor Dealers
Assoc.,
310 W. Call St.,
Tallahassee ................

The Florida Bar,
Tallahassee. ..............
Florida Land Title Assn.,
1661 Loma Linda,
Sarasota........ ........
State Beverage Department,
Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee ...............
Florida Industrial Commission,
Caldwell Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................
State Parks, Recreation &
Conservation,
Tallahassee ................
Florida Department of
Agriculture,
Capitol,
Tallahassee ................
Florida Hospital Assoc.,
315 Park Lake Circle,
Orlando ... .............
American Federation of State,
County & Mun. Employees,
AFL-CIO,
1155 15th St., N. W.,
Washington, D. C. ..........
Florida Education Assn.,
208 W. Pensacola,
Tallahassee. ......... ...... .



Continuous .......

Continuous.......


Permanent .......

Permanent..........

Permanent .......

Permanent.......



Installment land sales

Taxation and retail sales


Anything affecting petroleum, taxes

All legislation affecting municipalities

Matters affecting newspaper industry

Insurance and related matters



Permanent......... Daylight saving time



Session.............

Continuous ........

Permanent.......

Session .............


Permanent .........

Session .......... .

Session. .........

Permanent .... ...

Permanent .......

Permanent .....


Session ........... ..

Session ............



Permanent .........

Permanent.........



Education

Anything pertaining to paper manufacturing

All legislation

Agriculture

Any legislation pertaining to alcoholic bever-
ages

Any legislation in which the Florida Bar is in-
terested

Title insurance legislation

Any legislation involving law enforcement or
related to State Beverage Department

All affecting Industrial Commission and its
employees

All matters pertaining to state parks


Anything pertaining to Dept. of Agriculture

Hospitals and health



Public Employees

Education



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN
FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Morris, Wm. R. F.,
336 E. College Ave.,
Tallahassee .................

Morrison, A. W., Jr.,
P.O. Box 210,
Jacksonville ............... .
Mortimer, George L.,
2206 Woodlawn Dr.,
Tallahassee ....................
Moyle, Jon C.,
203 Pan American Bldg.,
West Palm Beach ..............
Moyle, Jon C.,
203 Pan American Bldg.,
West Palm Beach ..............
Moyle, Jon C.,
203 Pan American Bldg.,
West Palm Beach ..............
Moyle, Jon C.,
203 Pan American Bldg.,
West Palm Beach ..............

Mussett, Mrs. W. L.,
8825 Colony Rd.,
Miami ....................


Nelson, Fred,
1901 N. Halifax Dr.,
Daytona Beach...............
Northcutt, Edward E.,
3018 Windsor Way,
Tallahassee... ... ............

Odom, F. Perry,
305 S. Gadsden St.,
Tallahassee .................
Odom, F. Perry,
305 S. Gadsden St.,
Tallahassee .................

Odom, F. Perry,
305 S. Gadsden St.,
Tallahassee ................
Odom, F. Perry,
305 S. Gadsden St.,
Tallahassee .................
Ogden, Mal,
"P.O. Box 1796,
Tallahassee ....................

Okell, George S., Sr.,
1245 Andalusia Ave.,
Coral Gables..............
Okell, George S., Sr.,
1245 Andalusia Ave.,
Coral Gables. .. .............
Olsen, William S.,
580 Normandy Road,
Madeira Beach.................
O'Neill, William G.,
Box 253
Ocala............ ..........
O'Neill, William G.,
Box 253
Ocala............ ......... .



Citizens Safety Council of Florida,
Inc.,
336 E. College Ave.,
Tallahassee ............
Florida State Board of Health,
P.O. Box 210,
Jacksonville .................
Department of Motor Vehicles,
107 Gaines St.,
Tallahassee ................
Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers,
203 Pan American Bldg.,
West Palm Beach .............
Florida Assn. of Claimants Assn.,
203 Pan American Bldg.,
West Palm Beach .............
Florida Psychiatric Society,
203 Pan American Bldg.,
West Palm Beach ............
Florida State Public Defender
Assn.,
90 East Livingston,
Orlando ......................
Florida Congress of Parents and
Teachers,
1020 Legion Place,
Orlando ........ ...........



Permanent ......... Safety legislation



Session ..............

Permanent.. .. .



All matters of public health
All matters pertaining to legislation involving
the Department of Motor Vehicles



Continuous......... General legislation relating trial practice



Continuous ....



General legislation concerning practice of com-
pensation law



Continuous......... General mental health legislation



Continuous......


Session ...........



Tourist Attractions,
Pompano Beach............... Permanent.



Eastern Air Lines, Inc.,
M iam i ......................

Florida Home Builders Assoc.,
P.O. Box 1259,
Tallahassee...................
Florida Shorthand Reporters
Assoc.,
310 County Courthouse
Fort Pierce...................
Florida Institute of Certified
Public Accountants,
P.O. Box 14287, Univ. Station,
Gainesville ................
Stop & Save Trading Stamp Corp.,
125 Phillips Ave.,
S. Hackensack, New Jersey.....
Market Research & Development
Corp.,
P.O. Box 1796,
Tallahassee ..................
Florida Pelota Assn., Inc.,
1392 N. W. 36th St.,
M iami ....................
Florida Criminal Defense Lawyers
Assn.,
1392 N. W. 36th St.,
M iami ....................
Florida Mobile-Home Assn.,
4212 El Prado Blvd.,
M adeira Beach............. ...

Florida Power Corp.,
St. Petersburg...............
Florida Institute of Certified
Public Accountants
W. University Ave.,
Gainesville...................



Continuous.......



Session. ... .........


Session ...........


Session ...........



Chapter 27, Florida Statutes, General legisla-
ation; legislation relating to criminal trial
practice

Education, safety, health and anything relat-
ing to the welfare of youth



All legislation related to pari-mutuels





All legislation affecting the home building in-
dustry

Amendment of Chapter 29 and any other legis-
lation affecting Court Reporters

Amendment of Chapter 473 and any other legis-
lation affecting Certified Public Accountants



Session ............ Any legislation affecting trading stamps



Permanent........



Cement industry, allied products and general
legislation



Permanent......... Pari-mutuels



Session............. Anything pertaining to the criminal law fibld



Permanent......... Anything pertaining to mobile homes



Session .............



General legislation relating to Florida Power
Corp.



Session............. Accountancy



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FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7--(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



O'Neill, William G.,
Box 253,
Ocala ........ ... ..........
Orr, Fred E.,
12655 N. E. Miami Ct.,
Miami ...................

Palmer, George E.,
P.O. Box 954,
Tallahassee .................

Parker, Julius F., Jr.,
Brock Bldg.,
Tallahassee. ............. ...
Parker, Robert C.,
Elliot Bldg.,
Tallahassee. ..............
Parr, Harold,
301 McDaniel,
Tallahassee ................
Partin, John J.,
Box 3147,
Tallahassee. ................
Peeples, L. Grant,
Midyette-Moor Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Peeples, L. Grant,
Midyette-Moor Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Peeples, L. Grant,
Midyette-Moor Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Peeples, L. Grant,
Midyette-Moor Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Pees, O. Walter,
17031 Dolphin Dr.,
N. Redington Beach..........
Pelham, Billy,
3206 Maxwell St.,
Tallahassee ....................
Pelser, Roger Bennett,
F. S. U., Box 1514,
Tallahassee. ...............
Pendleton, Leslie,
825 Coble Drive,
Tallahassee .......... .. ......
Phillips, William R.,
420 E. Park Ave., Apt. 28,
Tallahassee .................
Pierce, Roger Russell,
P.O. Box 2221,
Jacksonville................
Pierce, Roger Russell,
P.O. Box 2221,
Jacksonville. .....................
Pittenger, June,
6610 Sherrill Ann Dr.,
Orlando ....................
Pope, Richard D.,
Cypress Gardens,
Florida... .................

Raitano, Dr. Harry,
4805 Central Ave.,
Tampa.. .................
Reid, David H.,
532 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville.......... ..........



Florida Naturopathic Assoc.,
Tampa .... .............
Florida Blue Cross-Blue Shield,
532 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville..................



Florida Security Dealers Assn.,
c/o William R. Hough,
St. Petersburg ..............
Florida Restaurant Assn.,
1077 N. E. 125th St.,
North Miami ..............

Florida Assn. of Health
Underwriters,
P.O. Box 954,
Tallahassee............... .

Fla. Municipal Utilities Assn.,
Lakeland.....................

Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund............

Florida Board of Conservation,
Tallahassee................ ...
Southern Bell Telephone Co.,
Box 3147
Tallahassee ................
Florida State Pharmaceutical
Assn.,
Ft. M years ............ ........
Florida Lumber & Bldg.
Materials Dealers Assn.,
Orlando......................

Florida Assoc. of Architects,
Miami .................. .

Florida State Dental Society,
Tampa. ... ...............
Holiday Isles Development
Council, Inc.,
75 150th Ave.,
Madeira Beach............

State Road Department......
Young Republican Campus Party,
F. S. U., Box 6731,
Tallahassee .................. .
National Assn. of Theater Owners
of Florida,
P.O. Box 1962,
Jacksonville ............. ..

State Beverage Department....
McCall Service, Inc.,
P.O. Box 2221,
Jacksonville ........... ...
Pest Control Commission,
P.O. Box 2221,
Jacksonville ...............
Florida Education Assoc.,
208 W. Pensacola,
Tallahassee...................
Beautiful Cypress Gardens,
Cypress Gardens, Box 1,
Florida. ..................



Session.............

Session........... ..




Permanent .........

Session.............

Permanent ..

Permanent.........

Permanent ........

Continuous .........

Continuous.........

Continuous ........

Continuous. ........


Four years.........

Permanent ........

Session ......... .


Session.............

Permanent. ....

Permanent. ..

Session. ........

Continuous .......



Session............. General



Permanent.......

Session.............



Naturopathic legislation, general legislation

Health and welfare



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Securities
Food service, public health, food sanitation,
beverage laws, tourism, hotel and motel
legislation


Insurance, highway safety, retirement & per-
sonnel, public health and welfare, public
safety

Constitutional Revision

Any legislation concerning this agency
All legislation affecting the Board of Conserva-
tion

Matters of concern to the telephone industry

Public health, pharmaceutical

Construction, finance & taxation

Construction, planning, zoning, professional
regulatory

Dental health

Any that may concern the Holiday Isles, roads,
developments, etc.

Retirement and personnel, labor

Education


Any legislation affecting theaters
Any legislation relating to or affecting the
State Beverage Department

Pest Control

Pest Control

All bills affecting education



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REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN
FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Revell, Walter L.,
1906 Lee Rd.,
Orlando.... ................
Richter, James F.,
821 W. 35th St.,
Hialeah ............ ........
Richter, James F.,
821 W. 35th St.,
Hialeah ................... ...
Riedel, R. A.,
Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee .....................
Reidel, R. A.,
Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................. ..
Ripandelli, John S.,
P.O. Box 3552,
Tallahassee....................
Robinson, George G.,
224 Westover,
Lakeland ..............

Robinson, H. Elmo,
Comptrollers Office
Tallahassee ... ............
Robinson, Lester P.,
P.O. Box 3045,
Tallahassee ........... ...... ..
Rogers, E. E. (Ned),
1204 Carraway Street,
Tallahassee ................
Ross, Stephen Paul,
2001 N. W. 7th St.,
Miami ................
Ross, Stephen Paul,
2001 N. W. 7th St.,
Miami ......................

Ross, Stephen Paul,
2001 N. W. 7th St.,
Miami ........... .........
Ross, Stephen Paul,
2001 N. W. 7th St.,
Miami .....................

Rucks, Gordon,
Okeechobee .................
Rudd, John A.,
117 S. Monroe St.,
Tallahassee ....................

Rudd, John A.,
117 S. Monroe St.,
Tallahassee .................


Saphier, Mrs. Lester,
641 Tyler Dr.,
Sarasota. ..................

Sapp, Dempsey R.,
24 N. W. 16th Ave.,
Gainesville .. ...............
Sarra, Lamar,
P.O. Box 1290,
Jacksonville... ............
Sarra, Lamar,
P.O. Box 1290,
Jacksonville. ................ .
Saunders, Juanita W.,
725 S. Bronough,
Tallahassee . . . . .



Florida Engineering Society,
1906 Lee Rd.,
Orlando ................ .
Dade County Taxi Owners Assn.,
1565 Marseillea Drive,
M iami Beach.................

S. & J. Transportation,
Miami Beach ..............
Florida Securities Commission,
Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................
Hotel and Restaurant Commission,
Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee...................

Self........................
Committee to Retain Standard
Time,
Box 174,
Lakeland.. ..............
Comptroller of Florida,
The Capitol,
Tallahassee .. ........
Printing Industries of Florida,
Box 3045,
Tallahassee...................

Myself and anything affecting the
public interests. ...........
Florida State Retailers Assn.,
2001 N. W. 7th St.,
M iami ...................
Florida Automatic Merchandising
Council,
316 N. Miami Ave.,
M iami .......................
Florida Electronic Service Assn.,
2001 N. W. 7th St.,
M iam i.......................
Dade County Classroom Teachers
Assn.,
1451 N. Bayshore Drive,
M iami ....................
Ridge Tanklines, Inc.,
Box 966, Okeechobee..........
National Freedom of Employment
Committee,
Suite 416, Shoreham Bldg.,
Washington, D. C ..........
American Mutual Insurance
Alliance,
20 N. Wacker Dr.,
Chicago, Ill...................

League of Women Voters of
Florida,
St. Petersburg .............. .

Florida Pest Control Assoc.,
Gainesville ...................
Florida Tax Reform Commission,
The Capitol,
Tallahassee . . . . .
Motion Picture Exhibitors of
Florida,
P.O. Box 1290,
Jacksonville . . . . .
State Board of Cosmetology,
725 S. Bronough,
Tallahassee .. . . . .



Technical and vocational education and related



Permanent.......

Permanent.........

Permanent .......

Permanent.......

Permanent.......

Permanent .......


Session.............

Session.............

Permanent ......

Session.............

Continuous.........


Continuous........

Continuous.........


Continuous.........

Session.............



Session............. U. S. States Constitutional amendments



Session.............



Permanent ......


Session ...........




Session ... .....



Session.............

Permanent .........



Insurance

Constitutional revision, education, taxation,
appropriations, welfare, water conservation,
liberty amendment, governmental organiza-
tion, merit system, memorials and resolutions

Pest control legislation

With finance and taxation


Amusement and entertainment

Cosmetology



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Technical and vocational education and related
matters

Transportation

Transportation

Any legislation dealing with securities

Public lodging and food service

Insurance


Time legislation

All legislation

Any matters relating to the printing industry
and allied lines

Sweepstakes for Florida

All matters affecting retailing


All matters affecting vending operations

All matters related to the electronic industry
and the service thereof


Education

Agriculture, parking











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REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN



April 10, 1967



FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Scherer, Roy O.,
5661 Pensacola Blvd.,
Pensacola ......... .........

Seidel, William B.,
200 S. E. 6th St.,
Fort Lauderdale................
Sewell, Cecil,
2309 Spoonwood Dr.,
Tallahassee ..................

Shelley, W. P., Jr.,
506 S. Ride,
Tallahassee ........... ...... ..
Shenk, Norman M.,
610 Morgan St.,
Tam pa. ......... ..........
Shivers, Douglass B.,
Box 12,
Tallahassee .......... ...... .
Shoemaker, Jack,
112 West Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ............... ....
Shoemaker, Jack,
112 West Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee .................


Shotwell, K. W.,
Box 3100,
M iami .....................
Sittig, Raymond C.,
Rm. 552, Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg.,
Jacksonville. ... .............
Skelton, Paul A., Jr.,
301 Farris Bryant Bldg.,
Tallahassee .................
Slye, John,
532 Riverside Avenue,
Jacksonville ... ...........
Smith, Chesterfield,
1710 Mariposa Ave.,
Bartow ... ..................
Smith, Chesterfield,
1710 Mariposa Ave.,
Bartow.... ...............
Smith, Chesterfield,
1710 Mariposa Ave.,
Bartow...................
Smith, Chesterfield,
1710 Mariposa Ave.,
Bartow .. ..................
Smith, Philip N.,
100 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando ....................
Smith, Philip N.,
100 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando. ................. .
Sosh, Mrs. John,
306 Payne Road,
Navy Point, Warrington.......

Specht, Fred C.,
1831 S. W. 27th Ave.,
M iami .....................
Speer, Roy M.,
3110 First Ave. N.,
St. Petersburg..............
Spencer, Ronald S., Jr.,
108 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ... . . . .



American Federation of State,
County & Municipal Em-
ployees, Local 1052,
5661 Pensacola Blvd.,
Pensacola..................
South Florida Lobstermen's Assoc.,
Box 596,
Tavernier..................
State Beverage Department of
Florida,
Rm. 315, Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee ................ ..

Florida Power Corp.,
St. Petersburg .............. .
General Telephone Co.,
610 Morgan St.,
Tam pa. .. ................

Gulf Power Co.,
Pensacola..... ...........

Arthur Andersen & Co.,
Chicago, Ill.................
Arthur Young & Co.; Peat, Mar-
wick, Mitchell & Co.; Price
Waterhouse & Co. Lybrand,
Ross Bros., Montgomery;
Touche, Ross, Bailey & Smart,
New York, New York........

Florida Power and Light Co.,
Miami ..................
Florida League of Municipalities,
Rm. 552, Fla. Natl. Bank. Bldg.
Jacksonville ...............
Florida Division of Corrections,
301 Farris Bryant Bldg.,
Tallahassee ............... .
Blue Cross-Blue Shield Ins. Co.,
532 Riverside Ave.,
Jacksonville ............... ..

Mobil Chemical Co.,
Nichols. ...............

Mobil Oil Co.,
Shreveport, La. .. .. ..........
Florida Phosphate Council, Inc.,
Lakeland ..................
Florida Constitution Revision
Commission,
Tallahassee ................
Reedy Creek Drainage District,
100 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando. ....... ....
Compass East Corp.,
100 S. Orange Ave.,
Orlando................ ...
Florida Congress of Parents and
Teachers
1020 Legion Place,
Orlando ............... ..

Accounts Pending ..............

City of St. Petersburg............
Florida Forestry Assoc.,
108 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ...............



Session ........... .

Permanent .. .


Permanent .......

Annual Retainer ....

Permanent .......

Continuous .........

Length of Session....




Length of Session....

Permanent. ........

Permanent........

Permanent. .......

Session. .........

Permanent.. .....

Session. ............

Permanent........

Regular & Extended
Sessions ......

Permanent.........

Permanent........



Session. ......... ..
Duration of Present
Legislative
Session 1967.....,

Permanent ......

Permanent.........
Permanent.........



Any matters pertaining to public employees

All salt water fishery legislation


Beverage department legislation

All legislation affecting electric utility com-
panies

Anything pertaining to legislation concerning
the telephone industry

Any legislation affecting Gulf Power Co.

Legislation relating to CPAs




Legislation relating to CPAs
Any legislation affecting Florida Power and
Light Co.

Legislation involving municipalities

Matters relating to the Division of Corrections

Health, Welfare, Insurance and other matters
Taxation, air & water pollution legislation, land
use, business regulations
Oil, gas & mineral leases, off-shore leases, state
county boundaries, taxation & business regu-
lation, land & water use

Taxation, air & water pollution legislation, land
use, business regulations

Constitutional Revision

Act amending district
Act creating city of Reedy Creek, act creating
city of Bay Lake, act amending chapter 495
(2 bills), act amending chapter 205

Education, safety, health and anything relating
to the welfare of youth

Accounts pending

All legislation

All matters relating to forestry



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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN



FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Steen, M. J. F.,
926 Hawthorne,
Tallahassee .................

Stephenson, Benjamin F.,
1810 N. W. 28th Ave.,
Fort Lauderdale..............

Stevens, Jack,
1430 Randolph Circle,
Tallahassee .................
Stratton, Russell S., Jr.,
515 46th Ave., S.,
St. Petersburg .... .........
Strickland, Hiram,
Box 3128,
Bradenton ..................
Strickland, Kelly,
3510 Thomasville Hwy.,
Tallahassee .................
Summers, F. William,
Fla. State Library,
Tallahassee .................
Summers, J. L., Jr.,
4748 Ramona Blvd.,
Jacksonville ... ..............
Surles, A. R., Jr.,
Box 1028,
Lakeland ...................
Sweat, George,
1815 Monticello Dr.,
Tallahassee. .. ..............

Thomas, Lawrence (Thomas),
2015 Lee Ave.,
Tallahassee. ...............
Thompson, Jesse J.,
3913 Americana Drive,
Tampa. ...................
Thompson, W. Paul,
Box 608,
DeFuniak Springs..............
Thompson, W. Paul,
Box 608,
DeFuniak Springs ............

Thompson, W. Paul,
Box 608,
DeFuniak Springs..............

Tipton, Ray A.,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ...... ....... ...
Tomasello, A. D.,
P.O. Box 218,
Bartow .. ..................
Tomasello, A. D.,
P.O. Box 218,
Bartow...................
Tomasello, Rudolph P.,
Box 6338,
West Palm Beach. .
Tomasello, William P.,
1410 Hibiscus Dr.,
Bartow. ...........
Tornillo, Pat L., Jr.,
1451 N. Bayshore Dr.,
M iam i.............. .........
Turnbull, D. F.,
State Road Dept.,
Tallahassee. .. ..............



Permanent......... Homestead exemption



National Assoc. of Retired Civil
Employees,
926 Hawthorne,
Tallahassee. ............ ..
Broward County Administrators
and Supervisors Assn.,
1320 S. W. 4th St.,
Fort Lauderdale.............
FEA,
208 W. Pensacola,
Tallahassee ................

Office of the Governor .........
Tax Assessors Assoc. of Florida,
Box 3128,
Bradenton........... .......

State Road Department........

Florida State Library............
Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen and Enginemen,
Jacksonville. .. ............
Sperry and Hutchinson Co.,
330 Madison Ave.,
N.Y ... .................
Florida Education Assoc.,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ..................


State Road Department,
Tallahassee ........ ........
U. S. Brewers Assoc.,
535 5th Ave.,
New York, N. Y...............

Arthur Andersen & Co.,
Chicago, Ill...................
Arthur Young & Co., Peat, Mar-
wick, Mitchell & Co.; Price
Waterhouse & Co.,
New York, N. Y.
Lybrand, Ross Bros. & Montgom-
ery; Touche, Ross, Bailey &
Smart,
New York, N. Y...............
Florida Education Assn.,
208 W. Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ............... .
Florida Trucking Assoc.,
714 Gilmore St.,
Jacksonville ...............
Fla. Retail Federation,
American Heritage Bldg.,
Jacksonville .. ..... .......
Tomasello, Inc.
Box 6338,
West Palm Beach ..........

Florida Citrus Commission,
Lakeland ........ ..........

Dade County CTA,
M iam i........... ..........
State Road Department,
Tallahassee. ...............



Education and local bills

Education

All legislation pertaining to the Governor's pro-
gram

Finance and taxation

Insurance, workmen's compensation

Matters affecting public libraries

Labor

Trading stamps, taxation

Education



Governmental regoranization

Anything involving brewing industry

Legislation relating to CPA's



Session ............ Legislation relating to CPA's



Session...........

Permanent ........

Permanent .......

Session. ......... ..

Session...........

Permanent. .......

Session.............

Permanent .........



Legislation relating to CPA's

Education
Any and everything connected with vehicles
and transportation

Legislation pertaining to merchandising

Pest control legislation

All citrus and related matters

Education

Highway and safety legislation



Session. .........

Continuous .......

Session.............

Permanent .......

Permanent. ........

Permanent ........

Session. ............

Continuous. .......

Permanent. ........



Permanent.........

Permanent .. .....

Session ..........



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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



April 10, 1967



REGISTRATIONS UNDER HOUSE RULE THIRTEEN
FROM JANUARY 28 THROUGH 5:00 P.M., APRIL 7-(Continued)



Duration of
Name and Address Entity Represented and Address Representation Particular Legislation Involved



Turner, Fred,
3112 Clemwood St.,
Orlando .. ........... ....


Van De Water, Robert C.,
2821 West Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ................. ..

Walkup, Sam, Jr.,
Box 3191,
Orlando .....................
West, Robert L.,
910 Myers Park Dr.,
Tallahassee ........... ...... ..

White, J. 0.,:
1101 Live Oak St.,
New Smyrna Beach.............
Nhitfield, Charles,
P.O. Box 334,
N iceville ....... ....... .....
Whitmore, Mrs. Charlotte,
102 Shannon Drive,
Sanford .. ..................
Williams, E. L.,
5790 S. W. 99th Terr.,
I\ iam i.............. ......
Wills, Paul C.,
2919 Pound Drive,
Tallahassee ........... ...... ..
Woods, Tom,
1507 Hasosaw Nene,
Tallahassee ....................
Wright, Noel A.,
P.O. Box 3208,
Tallahassee ................. ..
Wright., Noel A.,
P.O. Box 3208
Tallahassee....................



Florida Funeral Director's Assoc.,
807 Morse Blvd.,
Winter Park..............


Florida Credit Union League, Inc.,
2821 West Pensacola St.,
Tallahassee ................


Orkin,
Orlando ..........
Florida Chapter American
Physical Therapy Assoc.,
910 Myers Dr.,
Tallahassee ................
Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen,
New Smyrna Beach............
W. Deal, Inc.,
P.O. Box 433,
Ft. Lauderdale ...............
Florida School Food Service
Association
Tallahassee. .. ..... ..........
Eastern Airlines,
100 S. Biscayne Blvd.,
M iam i .......................

State Road Department,
Tallahassee ................ ..
State Beverage Department,
Carlton Bldg.,
Tallahassee ...................

Individual .................. .
Pall Corporation,
P.O. Box 3208,
Tallahassee...................



Permanent.. .......




Permanent........



Any legislation affecting funeral service or its
related fields



Insurance, Credit union,
small loans



general banking and



Session............ Pest control legislation



Permanent .......



Legislation affecting the
therapy in Florida



practice of physical



Permanent ......... All matters affecting labor



Permanent.



General legislation



Session ............. Increased appropriations school food service



Permanent.......



Permanent ........

Permanent..........

Session............



Uniform time, any matters affecting commer-
cial airlines industry

All legislation affecting the road department or
sponsored by the road department.

Cigarettes, alcoholic beverages, law enforce-
ment

Aviation, military, pollution, test installations



Session............ Pollution



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House of Representatives


PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]

REGULAR SESSION



TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1967



The House was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore
at 11:00 A.M.
The following Members were recorded present:



pro tempore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Turlington
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



A quorum was present.


Prayer
Prayer by Dr. Fred T. Laughon, Chaplain:
Our heavenly Father, we thank Thee for this new day to
be enjoyed by living it in Thy presence. Especially do we
thank Thee for those who are sharing in the creation of
better government by caring enough to be visitors in the
galleries. May the fine young people begin this day to want
to sit in these places of great responsibility in just a few
years from now. But for today, Dear Lord, help those of
us who are older to live in such a way, and govern so care-
fully that we'll never be guilty of going against Christ's
warning and "cause one of these little ones to stumble".
In the name of our Lord we pray. Amen.


The Journal
The Journal of April 10 was ordered corrected and approved
as follows: Onpage 38, column 1, line 6 from bottom, strike
"of" and insert "in".


Motions Relating to Committee Reference
On point of order by Mr. Land, Chairman of Appropriations,
that the Committee on State Institutions, in reporting HB 19,
had done so with an amendment requiring an appropriation,

55



the bill was ordered referred to the Committee on Appropria-
tions.
On motion by Mr. Matthews, claiming jurisdiction for Judi-
ciary B, HB 64 was ordered withdrawn from the Committee
on Judiciary C and referred to the Committee on Judiciary B.
Motion by Mr. Alvarez, that HB 133, which had been re-
ferred to the Committees on State Governmental Organiza-
tion & Efficiency and Appropriations, be referred also to the
Committee on Agriculture was not agreed to. The vote was:
Yeas-38



Alvarez
Andrews
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Chappell
Conway
Crabtree
Crider
Elmore
Nays-76
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Clark
Craig
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker



Featherstone
Fortune, E. M.
Gallen
Gillespie
Grange
Inman
Kennelly
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty


Eddy
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, J.
Gautier
Gibson
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Humphrey
James
King



Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Nichols
Papy
Pratt
Randell
Redman
Rowell
Scarborough


Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
Middlemas
Myers
Nergard
Osborne
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Reed



Shaw
Singleton
Stallings
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Williams



Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Spicola
Stafford
Stevens
Whitson
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



On motion by Mr. Beck, HB 139, which had been referred
to the Committee on Judiciary D, was ordered referred also
to the Committee on Game & Fresh Water Fish.


Communications



April 10, 1967



In compliance with the provisions of Article III, Sec-
tion 28, of the State Constitution, I am transmitting to
you for consideration of the House of Representatives
the following vetoed bills, with the Governor's objections
attached thereto:
HB 1246 (1965 Regular Session)-An act relating to
motorboats, water skiing; amending chapter 371, Florida
Statutes, by adding section 371.541; providing for regula-
tion of vessels under power; providing for regulation of
vessels under power towing water skiers, aquaplanes or



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore



Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Dear Mr. Turlington:













any similar devices; providing that violation is a misde-
meanor; providing an effective date.
HB 1894 (1965 Regular Session)-An act relating to
Walton county, fish netting; closing certain areas of the
Choctawhatchee bay to the netting of fish by seines and
gill nets; excepting minnow baskets and seines of a certain
size; making violation a misdemeanor; providing for refer-
endum; providing an effective date.
HB 1965 (1965 Regular Session)-An act authorizing
and empowering the Board of County Commissioners of
Monroe County, Florida and the Florida State Road De-
partment to pay the electric bills incurred in lighting
primary and secondary roads in said County, as part of
the maintenance of said roads, out of Monroe County,
Florida Secondary Road Funds; repealing all laws and
parts of laws, whether general, special or local, in conflict
with this act to the extent of such conflict; and providing
when this act shall take effect.
HB 2451 (1965 Regular Session)-An act relating to
that part of Gulf County north of the south boundary of
township 5, south; finding that critical conditions of un-
employment exist in certain areas of Gulf County; finding
that the development of industrial plants, recreational and
agricultural resources are essential to relieve unemploy-
ment and to establish a balanced economy in such area;
creating the Wewahitchka Development Authority as a
public body corporate for the purpose of fostering and im-
plementing agricultural, industrial, tourist and recreational
development of certain areas of Gulf County and adjoining
areas that will be incidentally benefited; providing for the
location of the principal offices of the Wewahitchka De-
velopment Authority; providing for the appointment of
the members of the Authority and their terms of office;
authorizing the Wewahitchka Development Authority to
contract with political subdivisions of the state and of the
United States of America or agencies thereof and to ac-
quire both real and personal property or rights therein
in its own name by purchase or gift; providing for the
Wewahitchka Development Authority to make contracts
for the construction, lease, sale, and use of projects which
it acquires, to accept grants, loans or contributions from
the state or any person, firm, corporation or governmental
agency, to borrow money, and to issue revenue bonds or
certificates for the purpose of paying all or part of the
cost of any project of the Wewahitchka Development
Authority, providing such bonds should not constitute an
indebtedness of the Wewahitchka Development Authority
or any political subdivision of the State of Florida within
the meaning of constitutional or statutory limitations
against indebtedness; providing power for the Wewa-
hitchka Development Authority to approve the issuance
of bonds or revenue certificates by certain corporations not
for profit for the purpose of financing projects, and pro-
viding for the Wewahitchka Development Authority to co-
operate with nonprofit. corporations to secure exemption
from federal income taxation in certain instances, to accept
gifts or grants of property from nonprofit corporations, to
obtain property in Gulf County and counties that border
Gulf County for the purpose of outdoor recreational develop-
ment and conservation, and to perform such other powers
and duties as may be authorized by the legislature; pro-
hibiting the creation of state and county debts by the
Wewahitchka Development Authority; providing for the
annual audit of the books to be kept by the Wewahitchka
Development Authority; providing for liberal construction of
this act; providing that notice or publication shall not be
required as a prerequisite for the exercise of the power of
the Wewahitchka Development Authority of this act;
exempting members of the Wewahitchka Development Au-
thority from personal liability; providing for the sever-
ability of this act; and providing an effective date.
HB 2681 (1965 Regular Session)--An act relating to Gulf
county, Highland View gas district; providing for crea-
tion, government, jurisdiction, powers and duties of the
district; providing an effective date.
HB 2852 (1965 Regular Session)-An act relating to the
city of Cocoa in Brevard county; validating and confirming
all past resolutions and ordinances adopted and enacted by
said city; providing an effective date.



Sincerely yours,
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State



April 11, 1967



April 10, 1967
Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Dear Mr. Turlington:
In compliance with the provisions of Article III, Section
28, of the State Constitution, I am transmitting to you for
consideration of the House of Representatives the following
vetoed bill, with the Governor's objections attached thereto:
HB 42-X(65)--An act relating to elections; providing pro-
cedure for removal of officers of county political party
executive committees in counties having a population of not
less than four hundred thousand (400,000); providing an
effective date.
Sincerely yours,
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State



Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives



April 10, 1967



Dear Mr. Turlington:
In compliance with the provisions of Article III, Section
28, of the State Constitution, I am transmitting to you for
consideration of the House of Representatives the following
vetoed bills, with the Governor's objections attached thereto:
HB 25-X(66)-An act relating to DeSoto county; authori-
zing the board of county commissioners to acquire, con-
struct, improve, equip, renovate and repair county buildings,
facilities and roads; to acquire sites for county buildings,
facilities and roads; authorizing the financing of the same
by the issuance of certificates of indebtedness payable from
a portion of race track funds accruing annually to such
county and allocated to the board of county commissioners
to pay the cost of such projects; providing for a refer-
endum.
HB 26-X(66)-An act relating to the school plants of De-
Soto county; providing for the acquisition, construction,
erection, building, enlarging, and improving of school
buildings, their furnishings, and equipment and for pur-
chase of sites by the board of public instruction of De-
Soto county; authorizing the issuance of certificates of
indebtedness payable from a portion of the race track
funds accruing annually to such county and allocated by the
state to the board of public instruction to pay the costs
of such projects; providing for a referendum.
HB 27-X(66)-An act relating to Franklin county, race
track funds; amending section 2 of chapter 65-684, Laws
of Florida, to remove the time limitation for the issuance of
bonds; providing for a referendum.
HB 30-X(66)-An act to provide for financing court house
and jails and extensions thereto in Sumter county and
authorizing and empowering the governing body of Sumter
county for the purpose of acquiring, erecting or repairing
or adding to any court house or jail, to issue certificates
of indebtedness in anticipation of the receipt by Sumter
county of any moneys under the provisions of Chapters
550 and 551, Florida Statutes, relating to race tracks and
Jai Alai or Pelota Frontons, authorizing the pledge of a
sufficient amount of such moneys so received under the pro-
visions of said Chapters 550 and 551, Florida Statutes, to
the payment of the principal of and interest on such certi-
ficates and providing for a referendum.
HB 31-X(66)-An act relating to the compensation of
the county judges in all counties of the State of Florida
having a population of not less than three hundred thou-
sand (300,000) nor more than three hundred fifty thousand
(350,000) inhabitants according to the latest Federal de-
cennial census; providing that such compensation shall be
retroactive to January 1st, 1966; and providing an effective
date.
HB 33-X(66)-An act relating to tax assessors and tax
collectors, commissions, in any county having a population
of not less than six thousand eight hundred (6,800) nor
more than seven thousand four hundred (7,400), according



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to the latest official decennial census; ratifying certain com-
missions; providing an effective date.
HB 34-X(66)-An act relating to salaries of state at-
torneys and assistants; limitations; amending section
282.01(7) (b), Florida Statutes, to include the seventeenth
(17th) judicial circuit; providing effective date.
HB 36-X(66)-An act relating to the school plants of
Collier county; providing for the acquisition, construction,
erection, building, enlarging, and improving of school build-
ings, their furnishings, and equipment and for purchase of
sites by the board of public instruction of Collier county;
authorizing the issuance of certificates of indebtedness pay-
able from a portion of the race track funds accruing an-
nually to such county and allocated by the state to the board
of public instruction to pay the costs of such projects; pro-
viding for a referendum.
HB 37-X(66)-An act relating to race track funds, use by
the board of county commissioners and board of public in-
struction in any county in the state having a population of
not less than nineteen thousand eight hundred (19,800) and
not more than twenty-one thousand (21,000), according to
the latest official decennial census; authorizing the use of
such funds for the construction of county buildings, roads,
bridges, purchase of rights-of-way and any other county
facility and to finance bond or revenue certificates for not
more than thirty (30) years; providing an effective date.
HB 38-X(66)-An act relating to use of voting machines
in all counties having a population of not less than ten
thousand four hundred (10,400) and not more than eleven
thousand (11,000), according to the latest official decennial
census; providing that the county commission shall supply
voting machines beginning with the May primaries; pro-
viding an effective date.
HB 43-X(66)-An act relating to any county in the state
of Florida having a population of not less than seven thou-
sand four hundred (7,400) and not more than seven thou-
sand six hundred (7,600), according to the latest official
decennial census; authorizing the board of public instruc-
tion in any such county to enter into certain contracts for
purchase of materials, supplies and services without com-
petitive bidding; providing an effective date.
Sincerely yours,
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
-and the above vetoed bills, together with the Governor's
objections thereto, were referred to the Committee on Ju-
diciary A.

Co-introducers
Representative Gissendanner was given permission to be re-
corded as a co-introducer of HB 25.
Representative Firestone was given permission to be record-
ed as a co-introducer of HB 126.
Representatives Gissendanner and Sackett were given per-
mission to be recorded as co-introducers of HB 163.
Representative Pratt was given permission to be recorded as
a co-introducer of HB 178.


Introduction and Reference

By Representative Featherstone--
HB 199-A bill to be entitled An act relating to free motor
vehicle license plates; amending section 320.084, Florida Stat-
utes, to provide free license plates to disabled veterans; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Finance & Taxation.



"By Representatives Hector, Wolfson, Harris, Firestone,
Brower, Myers, D'Alemberte, Pettigrew, Baker, Ferre, and
Gautier--



April 11, 1967



The Committee on Public Safety recommends the following
pass:
HB 77
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HB 200-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing cities and
towns to impose, levy and collect a municipal resort tax not
to exceed two per cent (2%) on certain rentals, food and bev-
erages; providing exemptions and limitations; providing for
the collection of such tax; authorizing penalties; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-

mittees on Local Government and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Shaw-
HB 201-A bill to be entitled An act relating to guardianship
law; amending section 744.20, Florida Statutes, to provide that
county judge may, at his discretion, appoint an attorney as
guardian ad litem for property of an alleged incompetent non-
resident.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.

By Representative Shaw-
HB 202-A bill to be entitled An act relating to guardianship
law; amending section 745.15(1), Florida Statutes, providing
that county judge may authorize guardian to transfer separate
property of incompetent wife without joinder of husband under
certain conditions.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.

By Representative Shaw-
HB 203-A bill to be entitled An act relating to guardianship
law; amending section 744.64, Florida Statutes, to provide that
county judge may authorize use of ward's funds for final illness
and burial or cremation of ward's dependents, where equitably
and morally permissible; defining dependents.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.

By Representative Shaw-
HB 204-A bill to be entitled An act relating to small
estates, administration unnecessary; amending section 735.04(2),
Florida Statutes, to provide that the county judge may dis-
pense with the administration of certain estates which do
not exceed ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) in value; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.

By Representative Shaw-
HB 205-A bill to be entitled An act relating to guardian-
ship law; amending section 745.03(2), Florida Statutes, pro-
viding that county judge may authorize reinvestment of
proceeds acquired by married incompetent ward from sale
of home held by the entireties into purchase of another home
held by the entireties.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.

By Representative Shaw-
HB 206-A bill to be entitled An act relating to probate
law; amending section 733.16(2), Florida Statutes, providing
additional limitations on claims which must be presented to
county judge.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary D.


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The bills were placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Public Safety recommends the following
pass:
HB 7, with amendment
The bill was referred to the Committee on Finance & Tax-
ation.
The Committee on Public Safety recommends the following
pass:
HB 8, with amendment
The bill was referred to the Committee on Finance & Tax-
ation.
The Committee on Local Government recommends the fol-
lowing be placed on the local calendar:
HB 120
HB 121
HB 122


Consideration of House General Bill on Third Reading
HB 18-A bill to be entitled An act relating to abandon-
ment or discard of iceboxes, refrigerators or deep-freeze lock-
ers; amending sections 823.07-823.09, Florida Statutes, making
it unlawful for any person to abandon or discard certain ice-
boxes, refrigerators or deep-freeze lockers without removing
the doors or to permit the same to remain on premises under
his control; providing exceptions; declaring the same to be an
attractive nuisance; making a person violating section 823.07,
Florida Statutes, guilty of a misdemeanor, or in the event
death results, manslaughter; providing punishment; providing
an effective date.
-was taken up and read the third time, as amended.
Representative Sweeny offered the following amendment:
In Section 823.08, on page 2, line 3, strike "abandoned, dis-
carded or unattended" and insert the following: "abandoned
or discarded"
Mr. Sweeny moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted by two-thirds vote.
Representative Pratt offered the following amendment:
In Section 823.09, on page 2, line 17, after "as provided by
law" strike the remainder of section and add a period.
Mr. Pratt moved the adoption of the amendment.
On motion by Mr. Whitson, agreed to by two-thirds vote,
HB 18 and pending amendment thereto, was ordered committed
to the Committee on Judiciary B.


Consideration of House General Bills and Joint Resolutions on
Second Reading
HB 126-A bill to be entitled An act relating to two-wheel
motor vehicles; amending section 317.981, Florida Statutes, pro-
viding for the wearing of crash helmets.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. McDonald, the rules were waived and HB
126 was read the second time by title.
The Committee on Public Safety offered the following amend-
ment:

In Section 1(1) (b), on page 1, line 11, following the words
"crash helmets" strike the period and insert the following:
"and protective safety masks or protective safety goggles at all
times such vehicle is in motion.

(c) The above protective equipment shall meet the standards
of the 1966 national highway safety act."



Mr. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.



April 11, 1967



The Committee on Public Safety offered the following amend-
ment:
In title, on page 1, line 3, strike the period and insert the
following: ", and other protective safety equipment."
Mr. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
On motion by Mr. McDonald, the rules were waived and HB
126, as amended, was read the third time in full and passed,
as amended. The vote was:
Yeas-111



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Nays-3



pro tempore
Elmore Lindsey
Featherstone Mann
Ferre Martinez, E. L.
Firestone Martinez, J. M.
Fleece Matthews
Fortune, E. M. Mattox
Fortune, J. McDonald
Gallen McKinley
Gautier McNulty
Gibson Mixson
Gissendanner Murphy
Gorman Myers
Graham Nergard
Grange Nichols
Grizzle Osborne
Gustafson Papy
Harris Pettigrew
Hartnett Pfeiffer
Hector Powell
Hodes Pratt
Holloway Prominski
Humphrey Rainey
Inman Randell
James Redman
Kennelly Reed
King Reedy
Land Reeves
Lewis Register



Middlemas Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Yancey
Yarborough



Wolfson



By unanimous consent, Mr. Chappell was recorded as voting
Yea.
The bill was ordered engrossed.



Consideration of House Bills of a Local Nature on Second
Reading

HB 120-A bill to be entitled An act providing that the pri-
mary and general elections for the election of city commissioners
of the City of St. Augustine, Florida, shall be held every two
years commencing with the primary election and general elec-
tion to be held in May 1969; providing dates of primary elec-
tions and general elections; providing that candidates for the
city commission shall run in three groups designated as Group
One, Group Two and Group Three and that the successful can-
didate in Group One and Group Two shall be elected for a
term of four years and that the successful candidate in Group
Three shall be elected for a term of two years; providing pro-
cedure for successful candidates in primary elections to be
placed on general election ballots; providing form and manner
of printing of ballots for primary elections and general elec-
tions; providing procedure for nomination of candidates; provid-
ing procedure when primary election is not required; providing
composition, qualifications, terms of office and manner of elec-
tion of members of city commission of the City of St. Augustine,
Florida; providing that this act shall not in any manner effect
the term of office of any of the present city commissioners; re-
pealing all laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith and provid-
ing an effective date.

-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Craig, the rules were waived and HB 120
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:



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April 11, 1967

Yeas-116
Mr. Speaker pro tem
Alvarez Elmol
Andrews Featb
Arnold Ferre
Ashler Fires
Baker Fleec
Bassett Fortu
Beck Fortu
Bevis Gallei
Bird Gauti
Blalock Gibso
Brantley Gisse
Briggs Gorm
Brower Grah:
Caldwell Grant
Campbell Grizz
Chappell Gusts
Clark Harri
Conway Harti
Crabtree Hecto
Craig Hodec
Crider Hollo
Culbreath Humi
D'Alemberte Inmai
Danahy Jame:
Davis Kenn(
De Young King
Dubbin Land
Ducker Lewis
Eddy Linds
Nays-None



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Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 122-A bill to be entitled An act to authorize and em-
power the City of St. Augustine, Florida, to issue certificates
of indebtedness for the purpose of raising the funds necessary
to repair, reconstruct, renew, improve, alter, rebuild, and main-
tain municipal streets, sidewalks, sewers and drains, for re-
paving and resurfacing such streets and sidewalks, and also
for any and all permanent public improvements; said certificates
of indebtedness to be paid from the utility tax levied and col-
lected by the City of St. Augustine, Florida; repealing all laws
or parts of laws in conflict herewith and providing an effective
date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Craig, the rules were waived and HB 122
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:



Yeas-116
Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Elmore
Andrews Featherstone
Arnold Ferre
Ashler Firestone
Baker Fleece
Bassett Fortune, E. M.
Beck Fortune, J.
Bevis Gallen
Bird Gautier
Blalock Gibson
Brantley Gissendanner
Briggs Gorman
Brower Graham
Caldwell Grange
Campbell Grizzle
Chappell Gustafson
Clark Harris
Conway Hartnett
Crabtree Hector
Craig Hodes
Crider Holloway
Culbreath Humphrey
D'Alemberte Inman
Danahy James
Davis Kennelly
De Young King
Pubbin Land
Ducker Lewis
Eddy Lindsey
Nays-None



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Turlington
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



59



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Turlington
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



ciency recommends the following pass:
HB 85



The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.


Reports of Standing Committees
The Committee on Public Roads & Highways recommends
the following not pass:
HB 5
The bill was laid on the table under the rule.
The Committee on Finance & Taxation recommends the fol-
lowing pass:
HB 60
The bill was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
The Committee on Judiciary C recommends the following
pass:
HB 14
HB 40, with amendment
HB 112
The bills were placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Judiciary B recommends the following
pass:
HB 66
HB 69
HB 70
HB 89, with amendment
The bills were placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Local Government recommends the fol-
lowing be placed on the local calendar:
HB 127
HB 128
HB 169
HB 170
HB 174
HB 175
HB 179
The bills were placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Salt Water Conservation recommends the
following not pass:
HB 90
The bill was laid on the table under the rule.
The 'Committee on Salt Water Conservation recommends the
following pass:
HCR 118
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on State Institutions recommends the follow-
ing pass:
HB 19, with amendment
The bill was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization &
Efficiency recommends the following pass:
HB 38
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Effi-











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The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Effi-
ciency recommends the following pass:
HB 37, with amendment
The bill was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Effi-
ciency recommends the following pass:
HCR 39
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Effi-
ciency recommends the following pass:
HB 36, with amendments
The bill was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
The Committee on Judiciary A recommends the following
pass:
HB 99, with amendment
HCR 50, with amendment



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The bills were placed on the calendar.



Engrossing Report
April 11, 1967
Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-
HB 126
-with amendments, reports the amendments have been incor-
porated and the bill is herewith returned.
IRMA LINN
Engrossing Clerk
-and the bill was ordered certified to the Senate.



Adjournment
On motion by Mr. Rowell, the rules were waived and the
House adjourned at 12:22 P.M. to reconvene at 11:00 A.M. to-
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PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]
REGULAR SESSION



WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1967


The House was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore Terrell Sessums as Vice Chairman of the Committee on Ap-
at 11:00 A.M. propriations.



The following Members were recorded present:



pro tempore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Martinez, E. L. Rowell
Martinez, J. M. Rude
Matthews Rust
Mattox Ryals
McDonald Sackett
McKinley Savage
McNulty Scarborough
Middlemas Schultz
Miers Sessums
Mixson Shadley
Murphy Shaw
Myers Singleton
Nergard Smith
Nichols Spicola
Osborne Stafford
Papy Stallings
Pettigrew Stevens
Pfeiffer Sweeny
Poorbaugh Tillman
Powell Tucker
Pratt Turlington
Prominski Tyre
Rainey Wells
Randell Whitson
Redman Williams
Reed Wolfson
Reedy Yancey
Reeves Yarborough
Register
Robinson



A quorum was present.


Prayer
Prayer by the Honorable Harold G. Featherstone:
Dear God, we come before Thee this beautiful morning
giving thanks to Thee for Thy many blessings too numerous
even for our human minds to comprehend or enumerate,
but we do want to thank Thee for our health and the pri-
vilege which Thou hast given us to gather here this morning
knowing that only by Thy grace we are here. Knowing too
that by Thy grace, we stand here on the threshold of a
great future for our State and so thankful for the oppor-
tunity to take part this day in making some contribution
toward solving some of the problems which confront us.
Help us to cast aside adversity, and give us the enthusiasm
and determination to continue to work for the betterment of
our great State and our fellowman. Help us to always seek
Thy guidance and Thy will be done. These things are asked
in Jesus' name. Amen.


The Journal
The Journal of April 11 was ordered corrected, and as cor-
rected, approved.


Announcements
The Speaker announced that he has appointed Representative
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Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore



The Speaker also announced that Representative James H.
Sweeny, Jr., has withdrawn from the Committee on Appropria-
tions.


Motions Relating to Committee Reference
On motion by Mr. Blalock, the rules were waived and HB's
191, 192, and 193 were ordered withdrawn from the Committee
on Judiciary B and referred to the Committee on State Insti-
tutions.
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, the rules were waived and HB
59 was ordered withdrawn from the Committee on Public Health
& Welfare and referred to the Committee on Commerce.
On point of order by Mr. Land, Chairman of Appropriations,
that HB's 36 and 37, which have been reported favorably by
the Committee on State Governmental Organization & Ef-
ficiency, do not affect appropriations, the bills were ordered
withdrawn from the Committee on Appropriations and placed
on the Calendar.


Co-introducers
Representative Baker was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 199.
Representative Fleece was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB's 127, 128, 169, 170, 174 and 175.
Representative Reed was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 138.
Representative Wolfson was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 178.


Introduction and Reference

By Representatives Dubbin, Lewis, Gautier, Matthews, Gis-
sendanner, Hector, Danahy, E. L. Martinez, Hodes, Spicola,
Ryals, and Stevens-
HB 207-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the municipal
firemen's pension trust fund, amending chapter 175, Florida
Statutes, by adding section 175.122, Florida Statutes, limiting
the amount a participating municipality may receive to one-
half (/2) of the excise tax in excess of six percent (6%) of
the fire department payroll; repealing all laws in conflict here-
with and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Retirement & Personnel, Appropriations, and Fi-
nance & Taxation.

By Representatives Dubbin, Lewis, Gautier, Matthews, Gis-
sendanner, Hector, Danahy, E. L. Martinez, Register, Ryals,
Spicola, Stevens, and Randell--
HB 208-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the municipal
firemen's pension trust fund; amending subsection (1) of section
175.091 and section 175.101, Florida Statutes, so as to increase
to two percent (2%) the tax which may be imposed by munici-
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tions, or other property insurers; repealing all laws in conflict
herewith and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Retirement & Personnel, Appropriations, and Fi-
nance & Taxation.

By Representatives Reedy, Savage, Conway, Tillman, Gor-
man, Williams, Crabtree, Gibson, Gautier, Brower, McDonald,
Ryals, Sessums, Murphy, Mattox, Yancey, and Baker-
HB 209-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers' li-
censes; amending section 322.05, Florida Statutes; raising the
age for a restricted license to fifteen years; requiring the
possession of an operator's permit or license for ninety days
prior to obtaining a chauffeur's license; requiring a minor under
sixteen years of age to be accompanied by a licensed operator
or chauffeur who is at least twenty-one years of age; and pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reedy, Savage, Conway, Tillman, Gor-
man, Murphy, Gautier, Brower, Ryals, Gibson, Mann, Sessums,
Crabtree, Mattox, Yancey, and Baker-
HB 210-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers'
licenses; amending sections 322.01, 322.18 and 322.21, Florida
Statutes; providing for the central issuance of drivers' licenses
by the department of public safety; providing for certificates
of eligibility for renewal of licenses; establishing the necessary
machinery therefore; and providing effective dates.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety, Appropriations, and Finance & Tax-
ation.

By Representatives Reedy, Savage, Conway, Tillman, Gor-
man, Crabtree, Mattox, Sessums, Gautier, Ryals, Baker, and
Brower-
HB 211-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers'
licenses; amending sections 322.12 and 322.221, Florida Statutes,
by providing for physical and mental examination of applicants
for drivers' licenses and providing authority for additional
examiners as needed; and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Appropriations.

By Representatives Reedy, Savage, Conway, Tillman, Gor-
man, Williams, Mattox, Sessums, Crabtree, Mann, Gibson, Gau-
tier, Inman, Brower, McDonald, Ryals, and Baker-
HB 212-A bill to be entitled An act relating to driver educa-
tion for minors; amending section 322.111, Florida Statutes;
deleting the exception to the requirement of driver education
for minors; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reedy, Savage, Conway, Tillman, Gor-
man, Mattox, Crabtree, Murphy, Yancey, and Baker--
HB 213-A bill to be entitled An act relating to drivers'
licenses; amending subsection 322.27(2), Florida Statutes, re-
lating to the point system; providing for the lowering of the
maximum number of points assignable to certain violations;
providing that the department of public safety shall assign the
maximum points if the court having jurisdiction fails to specify
the number of points on the conviction report; and providing
an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.



By Representatives Reedy, Savage, Conway, Tillman, Gor-
man, Williams, Holloway, Crabtree, Mann, Sessums, Mattox,
Gibson, Gautier, Brower, McDonald, Ryals, and Baker-
HB 214-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the driver
license compact; amending chapter 322, Florida Statutes; pro-
viding for an interstate exchange of information concerning



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miittee on State Institutions.

By Representative Chappell-
HB 221-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle



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convictions of offenses related to the operation of motor ve-
hicles; providing for administration of such exchange program;
and providing an effective date.
--.-. as read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Appropriations.

By Representatives Reedy, Savage, Conway, Tillman, Gor-
man, Crabtree, Gibson, McDonald, Mann, Sessums, Mattox,
Yancey, Baker, and Brower-
HB 215-A bill to be entitled An act relating to chemical
tests as to intoxication of persons operating a motor vehicle
within this state; amending chapter 322, Florida Statutes;
providing for testing of dead persons; and providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.

By Representative Spicola-
HB 216-A bill to be entitled An act relating to a tax on
certain fishing, hunting, camping, swimming and diving equip-
ment; repealing sections 212.50 through 212.58, Florida Statutes,
providing for a tax at wholesale on said equipment; amending
and revising part II of chapter 212, Florida Statutes, creating
sections 212.501 through 212.571, levying a tax at retail upon
certain sales, uses and storage thereof; providing for collection
and administration of tax; earmarking the proceeds of such tax;
providing for certain exemptions; making violation a misde-
meanor; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Game & Fresh Water Fish, Appropriations, and
Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Williams and Middlemas-
HJR 217--A joint resolution proposing an amendment to
Section 7 of Article X of the State Constitution, to change
the exemption from taxation to ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00)
on home and contiguous real property.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
nittee on Judiciary A.

By Representatives Williams and Middlemas-
HB 218-A bill to be entitled An act relating to teachers'
retirement system; authorizing and directing the board of
trustees of the teachers' retirement system of the state to pay
survivor's benefits to the widow of a certain member of the
teachers' retirement system; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Claims A.

By Representative Tyre-
HB 219-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the carrying
of concealed weapons; amending section 790.01, Florida Stat-
utes, to permit wardens, guards and other officials at state
prisons and correctional institutions to carry concealed weapons;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Institutions.

By Representative Tyre-
HB 220-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the division
of corrections; amending chapter 945, Florida Statutes, by
adding section 945.091, providing for extending limits of con-
finement of prisoners; providing for furlough of prisoners under
certain conditions; providing for adoption of regulations by
the board of commissioners of state institutions governing such
furloughs granted to prisoners; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-











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dealers; amending section 320.27, Florida statutes, by adding
subsection (11) providing injunctive power; providing an effec-
tive date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.
By Representative Chappell-
HB 222-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle
dealers; amending paragraph (d) of subsection (1) of section
320.27, Florida statutes, defining "motor vehicle dealer"; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Prominski, Eddy, Bird, Rude, King,
J. M. Martinez, Caldwell, and Gustafson-
HB 223-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter 29609,
special laws of Florida, 1953, as amended, being the charter
of the city of Wilton Manors, Florida, by limiting the bonds
of the city which require a freeholder election to bonds payable
from ad valorem taxes; by increasing the amount of said bonds
which may be issued and outstanding at any time from $2,000,-
000 to $5,000,000; by providing that said bonds may be author-
ized by a majority of the votes cast in an election in which a
majority of the freeholders who are qualified electors residing
in the city shall participate; by providing for the manner of
execution of said bonds; by providing that revenue bonds and
certificates may be additionally secured by any revenue sources
of the city pledged therefore except ad valorem taxes; and re-
pealing the requirement that the levy of ad valorem taxes
against real property shall be subject to freeholder approval;
providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 223.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.
By Representatives Pettigrew and Rainey-
HB 224-A bill to be entitled An act relating to elections;
amending section 98.082, Florida Statutes, providing that elec-
tors who request removal of their names from the registration
books shall not register in a different party until after the next
general election; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Elections.
By Representative Sessums-
HB 225-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical
services and supplies; penalties for violations; limitations with
regard to workman's compensation; amending Subsections (1)
and (2) of Section 440.13, Florida Statutes, by providing em-
ployees freedom of choice of persons performing medical serv-
ices and method and manner of treatment; providing an effec-
tive date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Insurance & Workmen's Compensation.

By Representatives Hodes, Baker, Grizzle, Sackett, Middle-
mas, Eddy, Miers, E. M. Fortune, Tyre, Mattox, and Pratt--
HB 226--A bill to be entitled An act relating to abortion;
amending section 782.10, Florida Statutes; defining unjustified
abortion; defining justifiable abortion; providing for physicians
certification and recording thereof as permanent records of the
state board of health; presumption of unjustified abortion from
noncompliance; providing that abortion certificates filed with
state board of health not subject to public inspection; providing
for exceptions for prevention of pregnancy under certain cir-
cumstances; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.
By Representatives Mattox, Dubbin, and Savage--



HB 227-A bill to be entitled An act relating to chemical
tests as to intoxication of persons operating a motor vehicle
within this state; providing for implied consent; adding new



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HB 232-A bill to be entitled An act relating to district courts
of appeal; amending section 35.05, Florida Statutes, to provide
for the location of the headquarters of the fourth appellate dis-
trict; providing for the acquisition of court's quarters by board
of commissioners of state institutions; providing that nothing
herein shall affect court's jurisdiction; providing an effective
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sections 322.261 and 322.262, Florida Statutes; providing for
suspension of drivers' licenses of persons refusing to submit
to such tests; providing for presumptions of intoxication based
upon the results of such tests; providing for making of rules
and regulations; and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representative Smith-
HB 228-A bill to be entitled An act relating to junior col-
leges; amending section 230.0117(2) (a), Florida Statutes; in-
creasing the value of instruction units; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public School Education and Appropriations.

By Representative Rowell-
HB 229-A bill to be entitled An act for the relief of L. L.
Giddens growing out of loss sustained as a result of property
damage caused as a result of the escape of inmates from the
Division of Corrections road prison at Floral City; making an
appropriation therefore; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Claims.

By Representatives Murphy and Robinson-
HB 230-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state banks
and trust companies in the State of Florida; defining Commis-
sioner, state bank, trust company and branch or branches; pro-
viding that a state bank or trust company having its principal
banking house in any county may seek authority to establish
a branch or branches in such county; relating to the form and
content of such application; providing for the approval and
disapproval of such application by the Commissioner; providing
that no branch shall be authorized outside of the county in
which the principal banking house of the state bank or trust
company is located; providing that the Commissioner may
issue rules and regulations governing the establishment of a
branch or branches; setting forth some matters which the Com-
missioner may consider in relation to the rules and regulations;
providing that the authority granted to the Commissioner may
as to national banks be exercised by the appropriate Federal
supervising authority; repealing all laws in conflict; providing
a severability clause and an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Banks & Loans.

By Representative Redman-
HCR 231-A concurrent resolution saluting the Federal Land
Bank of Columbia, South Carolina, and the Federal Land Bank
Associations of Florida for their meritorious service to the
agricultural and business communities and congratulating them
on the observance of their Fiftieth Anniversary.

-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
By Representatives Reed, Alvarez, Arnold, Ashler, Baker,
Beck, Bevis, Bird, Blalock, Brantley, Brower, Caldwell, Clark,
Crabtree, Culbreath, Danahy, De Young, Eddy, Elmore, Feather-
stone, Firestone, Fleece, E. M. Fortune, Gallen, Gautier, Gis-
sendanner, Grange, Grizzle, Gustafson, Harris, Hector, Hodes,
Holloway, Humphrey, James, King, Lewis, Mann, E. L. Mar-
tinez, J. M. Martinez, Matthews, Mattox, McKinley, Middlemas,
Miers, Murphy, Myers, Osborne, Poorbaugh, Pratt, Prominski,
Rainey, Redman, Reedy, Reeves, Register, Robinson, Rude, Rust,
Ryals, Sackett, Savage, Sessums, Singleton, Smith, Spicola,
Stafford, Stallings, Stevens, Tillman, Turlington, Walker, Whit-
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-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary C and Appropriations.

By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HB 233-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sales and use
tax, phosphate; amending section 212.05(1), Florida Statutes,
providing for the imposition of a sales tax on phosphate when
sold at retail.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Agriculture and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Crider-
HB 234-A bill to be entitled An act relating to uniform com-
mercial code; amending section 677.7-403(1) (b), Florida Stat-
utes, to provide for establishment of negligence by proper party.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.

By Representative Crider-
HB 235-A bill to be entitled An act relating to uniform
commercial code; amending section 677.7-204(3), Florida Stat-
utes, to provide that time limitations for presenting claims may
be included in warehouse receipt.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.

By Representatives Crider and Nichols-
HB 236-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax on cig-
arettes; amending section 210.01, Florida Statutes, defining
certain terms used in connection with law imposing and pro-
viding for collection of tax on cigarettes by adding subsection
(17) to define term "exporters"; amending section 210.15(1),
(4), Florida Statutes, to require the acquisition of permits by
exporters as defined in this act and to delete provision relating
to disposition of excise tax on sales to traveling locations; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Sessums-
HB 237-A bill to be entitled An act relating to sales tax
refunds; amending section 212.17, Florida Statutes, by adding
new subsection (2), and by renumbering present subsections
(2), (3), (4), and (5) as subsections (3), (4), (5), and (6);
allowing refunds or credit to be given for sales taxes previous-
ly paid when goods are repossessed; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 238-A bill to be entitled An act relating to medical
scholarships, amending chapter 239, Florida Statutes; provid-
ing for a maximum amount of scholarships; and providing for
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.

By Representative Wolfson--
HB 239-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists,
qualifications; amending section 465.071(2),(3), Florida Stat-
utes, excepting citizenship requirements; providing certain ed-
ucational qualifications; amending section 465.121, Florida
Statutes, providing for registration of retail drug establish-
ments; deleting certain fees; providing for drug inspectors;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Finance & Taxation.



By Representative Wolfson-
HB 240-A bill to be entitled An act providing that it shall



April 12, 1967



be unlawful to sell, offer to sell, or offer to provide any milk
or milk products for human consumption in the State of Flor-
ida that is not pasteurized milk or milk products as determined
by laboratories of the Florida State Board of Health; provid-
ing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 241-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Florida
barbers' sanitary commission; amending section 476.16, Florida
Statutes, prescribing amount of application registration, re-
newal and restoration fees of persons licensed by the commis-
sion; authorizing the issuance of duplicate certificates and pre-
scribing the fee therefore.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 242-A bill to be entitled An act providing for and regu-
lating the incorporation and licensing of corporations not for
profit to maintain and operate non-profit optometric service
plan or plans in the state of Florida; providing for the super-
version and regulation of such corporations by the insurance
commissioner of the state of Florida, exempting such corpora-
tions from insurance laws in conflict with this act, providing
for the licensing and taxation of such corporations, providing
for the qualification of existing corporations, providing pen-
alties for the violation of the provisions of this act, repealing
all laws and parts of laws in conflict with this act, and providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 243-A bill to be entitled An act relating to cosmetol-
ogy; amending the introductory paragraph of subsection (1)
of section 477.08, Florida Statutes, increasing the minimum
number of hours of instruction and fixing the minimum and
maximum periods within which to complete such instruction in
schools of cosmetology; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 244-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists,
drug dispensing; amending section 465.18, Florida Statutes, by
adding new subsection (3) and renumbering present subsection
(3) as subsection (4), to prohibit dispensing drugs by mail
unless a prescription is personally presented by the consumer
or his agent; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 245-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the State
Board of Health authorizing an increase of statutory fees;
amending Sections 741.02, Florida Statutes, and 382.24, Florida
Statutes, relating to marriage licenses fees; chapter 28, Florida
Statutes, and section 382.25, Florida Statutes, relating to fees
for records on divorce; subsection 382.35 (7) Florida Statutes,
relating to fees collected by the State Registrar, section 382.47,
Florida Statutes; certified copies of records; section 482.091,
Florida Statutes, pest control identification cards; sections
400.04, Florida Statutes, and 400.08, Florida Statutes, fees for
nursing licensure; sections 395.04, Florida Statutes, and 395.05,
Florida Statutes, hospital licensure fees; and providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Finance & Taxation.



By Representative Wolfson-
HB 246-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the council













for the blind; amending section 413.011(8), Florida Statutes,
providing powers and activities of the commission; providing
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 247-A bill to be entitled An act relating to rehabilitation
of alcoholics; amending section 396.021(2), Florida Statutes,
by adding paragraph (e) to provide for a research program;
amending section 396.021(4), Florida Statutes, authorizing ad-
ministrator to employ necessary personnel; amending section
396.121, Florida Statutes, to provide for an appropriation; re-
pealing section 396.031, Florida Statutes, relating to construc-
tion and location of rehabilitation centers; providing an effec-
tive date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Institutions and Appropriations.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 248-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists;
amending section 465.091 (2), Florida Statutes, by increasing
the fee for annual renewal of registration certificates and pro-
viding an exemption from payment of said fee for persons
licensed fifty (50) years or more.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce, Finance & Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 249-A bill to be entitled An act relating to hospital
licensure amending chapter 395 restricting the use of the term
"hospital" unless facility is licensed under provisions of chap-
ter 395 F. S.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 250-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the basic
science board, examinations, fees, compensation for board
members, etc., amending Sections 456.11, 456.13, 456.16, and
456.17, Florida Statutes, providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency,
Appropriations, and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 251-A bill to be entitled An act regulating the manu-
facture, dispensing, sale, prescription, administration, posses-
sion and use of certain drugs not regulated by the uniform
narcotics drug law; amending certain sections of chapter 404,
Florida Statutes; creating section 404.001, to change the name
of chapter 404 to "Florida drug abuse law"; amending section
404.01, defining certain terms used in this chapter; amending
section 404.02(1)-(3), (8), (10), relative to prohibited acts by
limiting possession of specified prescribed drugs to those in
containers in which delivered by seller or dispenser, by limiting
refill authorization, but authorizing renewal by practitioner,
requiring pharmacists to maintain files on pre on prescriptions filled
for hallucinogenic drugs, prohibiting certain deceitful and
fraudulent acts in obtaining hallucinogenic drugs; creation sec-
tion 404.021, requiring the maintenance of inventories by regis-
trants relative to transfer of stocks of drugs; repealing section
404.03, exempting certain drugs; amending section 404.04(2)
(d), (f), limiting exemptions provided therein; amending sec-
tion 404.05, relative to records by persons exempt under section
404.04, requiring separate records and prescribing the contents
thereof; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.



By Representative Wolfson-
HB 252-A bill to be entitled An act amending subsection (2)



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of section 232.45, Florida statutes, 1965, relating to eye pro-
tection devices required in certain vocational and chemical
laboratory courses to provide that boards of public instruction
shall not purchase, furnish, or dispense prescription glasses or
lenses.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 253-A bill to be entitled An act relating to cosmetology,
permit or certificate to practice; amending section 477.02(6),
477.10(1) and 477.12(1), (2), Florida Statutes, deleting the
authority to issue certain permits and certificates; repealing
section 477.07(3), Florida Statutes, relating to interim permits
to practice when applicants fail to pass examination.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 254-A bill to be entitled An act relating to cosmetology;
amending subsection (7) of section 477.08, Florida Statutes,
and adding subsection (8) thereto; providing exception to re-
quirement of a surety bond for schools of cosmetology in certain
instances; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 255-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists,
permits, sale of drugs; amending, adding and renumbering cer-
tain sections of chapter 465, Florida Statutes; amending section
465.031(6) defining "patent" or "proprietary preparation";
amending section 465.21 by renumbering certain subsections
and adding new subsection (2) to provide for the supervision
of certain drug establishments by licensed pharmacists; creating
section 465.28 specifying certain restrictions on the sale of drugs
by wholesalers and retailers and on the purchase of drugs by
certain persons; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 256-A bill to be entitled An act amending the bedding
inspection law Chapter 556, Florida Statutes; providing for the
application of said law to upholstered furniture; setting a reg-
istration fee thereon; and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare, Appropriations, and
Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 257-A bill to be entitled An act relating to barbers,
registration; amending sections 476.13 and 476.221, Florida
Statutes, changing the date for annual renewal of certificates
for barber teachers, barbers and apprentices; requiring all bar-
ber establishments to receive their certificates of registration
before commencement of operation.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Sackett-
HB 258-A bill to be entitled An act relating to scientific
law enforcement; creating a commission on medicolegal exami-
nations; providing for the membership, powers and duties of
the commission; establishing the office of medical examiner
and providing for assistants and other staff; authorizing and
providing for law enforcement assistance to local law officers;
authorizing the maintenance of records and a laboratory staff
to scientifically investigate crime; providing a penalty; provid-
ing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B, Appropriations, and Finance & Taxa-
tion.



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By Representative Chappell-
HB 259-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the insurance
code, amending subsection (1) of section 624.0229, Florida
Statutes, requiring a hearing when a company withdraws or
discontinues writing certain classes of insurance; adding a new
subsection (2), requiring an insurer to surrender its certificate
of authority when it withdraws or discontinues the writing of
all classes of insurance; renumbering present subsection (2)
as subsection (3); and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Insurance & Workmen's Compensation.

By Representative Chappell-
HB 260-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the insurance
code, part I, chapter 627, Florida Statutes, rates and rating
organizations, amending sections 627.031, 627.041, 627.091,
627.101, 627. 141, 627.4 17.51, 627.171, 627.181, 627.191, 627.211,
627.281, 627.291, 627.301, 627.321, 627.331, 627.371, 627.391,
Florida Statutes; adding sections 627.062, 627.072, 627.314,
627.318 to part I, chapter 627, Florida Statutes; repealing sec-
tions 627.051, 627.061, 627.081, 627.121, 627.131, 627.161, 627.201,
627.341, 627.361, Florida Statutes, to provide a comprehensive
rating law as to property, casualty, and surety insurances,
authorizing and regulating the making, use, and examination of
premium rates, requiring that such rates shall not be excessive,
inadequate or unfairly discriminatory, and providing adminis-
trative procedures, penalties, and an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Insurance & Workmen's Compensation.

By Representatives Chappell and Featherstone-
HB 261-A bill to be entitled An act amending part X of
chapter 627, Florida Statutes, by adding section 627.0852,
Florida Statutes, prescribing cancellation procedures on policies
of automobile liability insurance, providing definitions and
exemptions in regard to such procedures, prescribing procedures
for notification and disclosure of reasons for cancellation and
hearings thereon, prescribing time periods for notice and dis-
closure of reasons regarding cancellation, providing procedure
to contest cancellation and imposing financial penalty against
unsuccessful contestants, exempting commissioner's employees
and insurers from legal liability as a result of such proceedings;
and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Insurance & Workmen's Compensation, Appropria-
tions, and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Humphrey and De Young-
HB 262-A bill to be entitled An act relating to taxation
amending section 550.162, Florida Statutes, which provides a
daily operational cost allowance to dog tracks, and amending
section 550.163, Florida Statutes, to provide a daily license fee
in lieu of pari-mutuel taxes on dog racing when the total pari-
nmutuel pools are less than forty thousand dollars ($40,000) per
day; and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Pari-Mutuel Affairs and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson, Rob-
inson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 263-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Pinellas
County empowering the Board of County Commissioners to
adopt regulations to prescribe practices for the safeguarding
to a reasonable degree of life and property from the hazards
of fire and explosion arising from the storage, handling and
use of hazardous substances, materials and devices, and from
conditions hazardous to life or property in the use or occupancy
of buildings or premises; providing funds for the administra-
tion of such regulations; providing that the actual expense
of accomplishing corrections of hazards in violation of such
regulations, if done with public funds, shall become a lien
against the property, real or personal, so improved; providing
for enforcement; providing an effective date.



Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 263.



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-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson, Rob-
inson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 264-A bill to be entitled An act providing for a med-
ical examiner and assistant medical examiners for Pinellas
County; providing for their compensation and prescribing
their duties; and providing for an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 264.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson, Rob-
inson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 265-A bill to be entitled An act to amend Section 39 of
the Municipal Charter of the City of Clearwater, Pinellas Coun-
ty, Florida, being Chapter 9710, Special Acts of Florida, 1923,
by providing that bonds or security for appearance before the
municipal court shall be for no more than $500.00; providing
for the severability of the provisions hereof; providing for the
repeal of all laws in conflict herewith and providing for the
effective date hereof.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 265.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson, Rob-
inson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 266-A bill to be entitled An act to amend Section 37 of
the Municipal Charter of the City of Clearwater, Pinel-
las County, Florida, being Chapter 9710, Special Acts of
Florida, 1923, as amended by Chapter 24432, Special Acts
of Florida, 1947, by providing for the appointment of a
Clerk of the Municipal Court and defining his duties and
powers; providing for the procedure for the appoint-
ment of Deputy Clerks of the Municipal Court and defining
their powers and duties; and to amend Section 42 of the Mu-
nicipal Charter of the City of Clearwater, Pinellas County,
Florida, being Chapter 9710, Special Acts of Florida, 1923, by
providing for the procedure for the report of arrests and com-
mittals; providing for the severability of the provisions hereof;
providing for the repeal of all laws in conflict herewith and
providing for the effective date hereof.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 266.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Rainey, Stafford, Murphy, Whitson, Rob-
inson, Savage, and Grizzle-
HB 267-A bill to be entitled An act authorizing the Board
of County Commissioners to acquire or construct and furnish
county buildings for the use of county agencies, officials and
departments of the Board of County Commissioners; authoriz-
ing the issuance of revenue bonds to finance the acquisition or
construction of such county buildings; repealing Chapter 24819,
Special Acts of 1947; providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 267.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.
By Representatives De Young, Alvarez, Andrews, Arnold,
Ashler, Baker, Bassett, Beck, Bevis, Bird, Blalock, Brantley,
Briggs, Brower, Caldwell, Campbell, Chappell, Clark, Conway,
Crabtree, Craig, Crider, Culbreath, D'Alemberte, Danahy, Davis,
Dubbin, Ducker, Eddy, Elmore, Featherstone, Ferre, Firestone,
Fleece, E. M. Fortune, J. Fortune, Gallen, Gautier, Gibson, Gil-
lespie, Gissendanner, Gorman, Graham, Grange, Grizzle, Gus-



tafson, Harris, Hartnett, Hector, Hodes, Holloway, Humphrey,
Inman, James, Kennelly, King, Land, Lewis, Lindsey, Mann,
E. L. Martinez, J. M. Martinez, Matthews, Mattox, McDonald,
McKinley, McNulty, Middlemas, Miers, Mixson, Murphy, Myers,













Nergard, Nichols, Osborne, Papy, Pettigrew, Pfeiffer, Poor-
baugh, Powell, Pratt, Prominski, Rainey, Randell, Redman,
Reed, Reedy, Reeves, Register, Robinson, Rowell, Rude, Rust,
Sackett, Savage, Scarborough, Schultz, Sessums, Shadley, Shaw,
Singleton, Smith, Spicola, Stafford, Stallings, Stevens, Sweeny,
Tillman, Tucker, Turlington, Tyre, Walker, Wells, Whitson,
Williams, Wolfson, Yancey, and Yarborough-
HCR 268-A concurrent resolution expressing deep regret
and sympathy over the passing of William Harold Fletcher, who
died in the line of duty.
WHEREAS, the late William Harold Fletcher served as a
member of the West Palm Beach, Florida police department
from September 2, 1948 until his untimely death on April 6,
1967, and
WHEREAS, the late William Harold Fletcher, while per-
forming the duties as a law enforcement officer, was tragically
killed on April 6, 1967, and
WHEREAS, the late William Harold Fletcher, in giving his
life in the line of duty, did uphold the finest and noblest tra-
ditions of the law enforcement profession, and
WHEREAS, the death of William Harold Fletcher was a
great and tragic loss to his family, his friends and the people
of the State of Florida, NOW, THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida, the Senate Concurring:
That on behalf of the people of Florida this Legislature does
unanimously express to the family of William Harold Fletcher
its gratitude for his life and his service and its deep and earnest
sense of regret and heartfelt loss at his untimely passing.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution
be forwarded to Lucy Dianne Fletcher, wife of the late William
Harold Fletcher.
-- was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
On motion by Mr. De Young, agreed to by two-thirds vote,
HCR 268 was withdrawn from the Committee on Judiciary A.
On motions by Mr. De Young, the rules were waived and
HCR 268 was read the second time by title, adopted and or-
dered immediately certified to the Senate.
By Representatives De Young, Alvarez, Andrews, Arnold,
Ashler, Baker, Bassett, Beck, Bevis, Bird, Blalock, Brantley,
Briggs, Brower, Caldwell, Campbell, Chappell, Clark, Conway,
Crabtree, Craig, Crider, Culbreath, D'Alemberte, Danahy,
Davis, Dubbin, Ducker, Eddy, Elmore, Featherstone, Ferre,
Firestone, Fleece, E. M. Fortune, J. Fortune, Gallen, Gautier,
Gibson, Gillespie, Gissendanner, Gorman, Graham, Grange,
Grizzle, Gustafson, Harris, Hartnett, Hector, Hodes, Holloway,
Humphrey, Inman, James, Kennelly, King, Land, Lewis, Lind-
sey, Mann, E. L. Martinez, J. M. Martinez, Matthews, Mattox,
McDonald, McKinley, McNulty, Middlemas, Miers, Mixson,
Murphy, Myers, Nergard, Nichols, Osborne, Papy, Pettigrew,
Pfeiffer, Poorbaugh, Powell, Pratt, Prominski, Rainey, Randell,
Redman, Reed, Reedy, Reeves, Register, Robinson, Rowell,
Rude, Rust, Sackett, Savage, Scarborough, Schultz, Sessums,
Shadley, Shaw, Singleton, Smith, Spicola, Stafford, Stallings,
Stevens, Sweeny, Tillman, Tucker, Turlington, Tyre, Walker,
Wells, Whitson, Williams, Wolfson, Yancey, and Yarborough.
HCR 269-A concurrent resolution expressing deep regret
and sympathy over the passing of David R. VanCurler, who
died in the line of duty.
WHEREAS, the late David R. VanCurler served as a mem-
ber of the West Palm Beach, Florida police department from
August 7, 1963 until his untimely death on April 6, 1967, and
WHEREAS, the late David R. VanCurler, while performing
the duties as a law enforcement officer, was tragically killed
on April 6, 1967, and
WHEREAS, the late David R. VanCurler, in giving his life
in the line of duty, did uphold the finest and noblest traditions
of the law enforcement profession, and



WHEREAS, the death of David R. VanCurler was a great
and tragic loss to his family, his friends and the people of the
State of Florida, NOW, THEREFORE,



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Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida, the Senate Concurring:
That on behalf of the people of Florida this Legislature does
unanimously express to the family of David R. VanCurler its
gratitude for his life and his service and its deep and earnest
sense of regret and heartfelt loss at his untimely passing.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of this resolution
be forwarded to Ellen VanCurler, wife of David R. VanCurler.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.
On motion by Mr. De Young, agreed to by two-thirds vote,
HCR 269 was withdrawn from the Committee on Judiciary A.
On motions by Mr. De Young, the rules were waived and
HCR 269 was read the second time by title, adopted and ordered
immediately certified to the Senate.

THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR


Messages from the Senate



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of
the Senate has passed-



April 11, 1967



Representatives that



By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 69-A bill to be entitled An act relating to city of Tampa,
Hillsborough county, municipal elections; amending section 17
of chapter 15533, Laws of Florida, 1931, as amended by chapter
65-2302, Laws of Florida, providing new dates for municipal
elections and assumption of offices by elected officials; amend-
ing section 34 of chapter 15533, Laws of Florida, 1931, to include
the use of voting machines; amending section 11 of chapter
31315, Laws of Florida, 1955, by authorizing further campaign
expenditures; providing an effective date.
Proof of Publication attached.

By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 106-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city
of Tampa, Hillsborough county, appeals from the municipal
court; amending section 10, chapter 61-2924, Laws of Flor-
ida, by providing for enforcement and forfeiture of super-
sedeas bonds in such appeals; providing for entry of judgment
on supersedeas bonds; providing an effective date.
Proof of Publication attached.

By Senator Knopke and Others-
SB 108-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Temple Terrace; authorizing city to abate weeds, grass and
underbrush as nuisances; providing for a lien for the cost to
be placed on property involved; providing for written notice to
the owner of property; providing for method of collection of
liens.
Proof of Publication attached.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
EDWIN G. FRASER
Secretary of the Senate
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 69.
SB 69, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Local Govern-
ment.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 106.



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SB 106, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Local Govern-
ment.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 108.
SB 108, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Local Govern-
ment.



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:



April 11, 1967



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

By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 110-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
county hospital and welfare board; amending section 9, chapter
63-1402, Laws of Florida, to provide that a member of the
board of county commissioners of Hillsborough county other
than the chairman may serve as a member of the hospital and
welfare board of said county; providing an effective date.
Proof of Publication attached.

By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 111-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Tampa, firemen and policemen pension fund; providing in cer-
tain instances that some members of said fund having served in
the offices of the state attorney or county solicitor for Hills-
borough county may have such period included in their creditable
service determination for purposes of retirement benefits; pro-
viding effective date.
Proof of Publication attached.

By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 109-A bill to be entitled An act relating to appropriation
of certain funds from the compensation of the clerks of the
circuit courts and courts of record in all counties of the state
having a population of not less than three hundred ninety
thousand (390,000) and not more than four hundred fifty thou-
sand (450,000), according to the latest official decennial census;
amending sections 1, 4, 5, 7 and 8 of chapter 63-1047, Laws of
Florida; providing sum to be charged by the clerk to parties
instituting suit in circuit court, authorizing the board of county
commissioners to appropriate sum to legal aid bureau; author-
izing use of legal aid funds for legal aid bureau partially sup-
ported by federal funds and for a legal aid program coordinated
with that of a legal aid bureau supported by federal funds;
providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
EDWIN G. FRASER
Secretary of the Senate
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 110.
SB 110, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Local Govern-
ment.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 111.
SB 111, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Local Govern-
ment.
SB 109, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Local Govern-
ment.



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:



April 11, 1967



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



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The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:



April 12, 1967



I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed by the required Constitutional two-thirds
vote of all Members of the Senate present on April 11, 1967,
the Governor's objections to the contrary notwithstanding-
By Senator Johnson (6th) and Others-
SB 427 (1965 Regular Session)-An act relating to the
rules of the internal improvement fund; amending section
253.02, Florida Statutes, to increase the trustees to seven
(7); amending section 253.02, Florida Statutes, to require that
at least five (5) of the trustees must vote to transfer or sell
lands title to which is vested in the trustees; amending section
253.02, Florida Statutes, to require inspection of submerged
lands and filing of report thereon by the board of conservation
to the trustees concerning the effect of development of sub-
merged lands on established conservation practices prior to
sale or transfer of such lands; amending chapter 253, Florida
Statutes, by adding section 253.431 to provide that the trustees
of the internal improvement fund may authorize agents or
employees to execute deeds in their behalf; providing an
effective date.
The Governor's objections attached thereto.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
EDWIN G. FRASER
Secretary of the Senate



E OF REPRESENTATIVES April 12, 1967

By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 105-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
county; providing for the combination of county water and
sewer systems into a single consolidated system; providing
an effective date.
Proof of Publication attached.

By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 116-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
county; repealing section 6, chapter 24592, Laws of Florida,
1947, which provides for a county zoning commission; providing
effective date.
Proof of Publication attached.

By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 112-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Tampa, Hillsborough county, pension; amending section 1 of
chapter 26253, Laws of Florida, 1949, by increasing the amount
of pension paid by said city to Dave King; repealing chapters
57-1892 and 63-1974, Laws of Florida; providing an effective
date.
Proof of Publication attached.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
EDWIN G. FRASER
Secretary of the Senate
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 105.
SB 105, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Local Gov-
ernment.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 116.
SB 116, contained in the above message, was read the
first time by title and referred to the Committee on Local
Government.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to SB 112.
SB 112, contained in the above message, was read the
first time by title and referred to the Committee on Local
Government.











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And SB 427 (1965 Regular Session) contained in the above
message, with the Governor's objections attached thereto, was
referred to the Committee on Judiciary A.



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives



April 12, 1967



Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed by the required Constitutional two-thirds
vote of all members present on April 11, 1967, the Governor's
objections to the contrary notwithstanding.

By Senator Gibson-
SB 7-X (1966 Special Session)-An act relating to the city
of Madison, Madison county, amending chapter 23390, Laws of
Florida, 1945, by adding section 129B to provide for second
municipal elections in the event no candidate for an office re-
ceives a majority of the votes or two or more candidates receive
an equal number of votes; providing an effective date.
Proof of Publication attached.
The Governor's objections attached thereto.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
EDWIN G. FRASER
Secretary of the Senate
And SB 7-X (1966 Special Session) contained in the above
message, with the Governor's objections attached thereto, was
referred to the Committee on Judiciary A.



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives



April 11, 1967



I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed-
HB 120
HB 122
Respectfully,
EDWIN G. FRASER
Secretary of the Senate
And the House Bills contained in the above message were
ordered enrolled.


Consideration of House Concurrent Resolutions on Second
Reading
HCR 118-A concurrent resolution directing the legislative
council to continue its comprehensive study of legal and admin-
istrative aspects of shore line and related land ownership,
regulation and use, and to make recommendations to the 1969
session of the legislature.
WHEREAS, Florida has an extensive coastal shore line of
widely varying natural character, and
WHEREAS, the uplands adjoining this shore line comprise
some of the most valuable and eagerly sought lands in the
state, and
WHEREAS, at the rate Florida is growing and its shore line
areas are being developed, their problems can only become
more complex and difficult to resolve in the future, and
WHEREAS, because of the desire to confront the peculiar
variety of problems associated with the shore line and adjacent
areas and to establish a sound and consistent state policy
relating to the ownership, regulation and use thereof, the leg-
islative council was directed by the 1965 session of the legis-
lature to make a comprehensive study of all aspects of shore
line problems, and
WHEREAS, the legislative council has conducted such a
study, and submitted recommendations to the 1967 session of
the legislature, and



April 12, 1967



construction, and modification of buildings wherever possible
and feasible. Further, that available fallout shelter slanting and
cost-reduction techniques developed to provide low cost, multi-
purpose shelter be carefully and seriously considered in the
design for construction or modification of buildings in the
State of Florida.



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WHEREAS, the legislative council has determined that sev-
eral important areas brought to its attention during the course
of its study, require additional long range examination, NOW,
THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida, the Senate Concurring:
Section 1. The Florida Legislative Council is directed to
continue its comprehensive study of the legal and administra-
tive aspects of shore line and related land ownership, regula-
tion and use and all ramifications thereof, as initially author-
ized by Senate Concurrent Resolution 750 as adopted by the
1965 regular session of the legislature.
Section 2. The legislative council in conducting said study
shall seek to anticipate future needs relating to beach and
shore preservation and recommended preventive measures de-
signed to curtail erosion damages and undesirable accretions
before they become critical situations.
Section 3. The legislative council shall prepare specific legis-
lative recommendations, based upon its findings, for consider-
ation by the 1969 regular session of the Florida legislature.
-was taken up and read the second time in full. On motion
by Mr. Randell, the concurrent resolution was adopted and
ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HCR 39-A concurrent resolution relating to fallout shelters;
recommending state and local governmental responsibilities for
construction or modification of public buildings.
WHEREAS, there is a continuing possibility of nuclear war
involving the United States and many other nations possessing
the capability for waging such war, and
WHEREAS, in the event of a nuclear war, or possible nuclear
accident, many people would be subjected to disabling sick-
ness or death from the effects of nuclear radiation, and
WHEREAS, an adequate fallout shelter program developed
to meet the requirements of the citizens of Florida and the
visitors within her borders would save the lives of thousands
of people from the deadly effects of nuclear radiation, as well
as provide refuge from all types of disasters resulting from
natural or accidental causes such as hurricanes, tornadoes,
floods, fires, and others, and
WHEREAS, the State of Florida now has a population ap-
proximating six million people, and the civil defense forces
and supporting agencies have located fallout shelter spaces
in various parts of the state which will accommodate and con-
tribute toward saving the lives of less than one and one-half
million people, and

WHEREAS, there now exists a tragic and deplorable deficit
in fallout shelter spaces throughout the State of Florida to
accommodate and protect its other four and one-half million
persons, it is deemed essential that all state and local govern-
mental authorities seek all possible means of increasing Florida's
fallout shelter potential for the protection and well-being of our
people in times of disaster; NOW, THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida, the Senate Concurring:
That the fallout shelter objectives implemented and promoted
by the Florida department of civil defense, and the county
and municipal civil defense organizations in Florida, in co-
operation with the national office of civil defense, be, and are
hereby commended and supported in this vital undertaking.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the House of Represen-
tatives, the Senate concurring, strongly and forcefully urge
and recommend that all state and local governmental authori-
ties having responsibility for construction of public buildings,
or modifications of existing public structures; the architect
and engineering professions; the building trades, industry,
and other commercial and private interests; give serious con-
sideration to the inclusion of fallout shelter in future design,











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-was taken up and read the second time in full. On
motion by Mr. Ashler, the concurrent resolution was adopted
and ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HCR 50-A concurrent resolution proclaiming the 12th day
of April, 1967, to be Steve Spurrier Day.
WHEREAS, Steven Orr Spurrier is a student at the Uni-
versity of Florida and a member of the Florida Football
Team, and
WHEREAS, all Floridians may justly take pride in the
exceptional accomplishments of Steve Spurrier, who has shown
excellence in both character and ability, and
WHEREAS, Steve Spurrier is the first member of a Florida
football team ever to be named recipient of the coveted
Heisman Trophy, and
WHEREAS, Steve Spurrier has attained the pinnacle of
the college football world by being named the Outstanding
Football Player in our country, and
WHEREAS, Steve Spurrier has distinguished himself, the
University of Florida and the entire State of Florida, and
WHEREAS, Steve Spurrier, through his national recognition
has brought great fame and credit to the State of Florida,
NOW, THEREFORE,
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida, the Senate Concurring:
That the 12th day of April, 1967, be, and is hereby designated
as Steve Spurrier Day.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Steven Orr Spurrier
be invited to attend a joint session of the House of Representa-
tives and the Senate of the Florida Legislature and thereupon
be appropriately awarded by the Legislature a copy of this
Resolution in recognition and appreciation for his service to
the State of Florida.
-was taken up and read the second time in full.
The Committee on Judiciary A offered the following amend-
ment:
On page 1, the 8th paragraph, strike: "That the 12th day of
April, 1967, be, and is hereby designated as Steve Spurrier
Day." and insert the following: "That the Speaker of the House
of Representatives and the President of the Senate designate
a day during the 1967 legislative session as Steve Spurrier
Day."
Mr. Crider moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
Representatives Crider and Nichols offered the following
amendment:
Strike the entire title and insert the following: "A concur-
rent resolution proclaiming Steve Spurrier Day to be desig-
nated during the 1967 legislative session by the Speaker of
the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate."
Mr. Crider moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
On motion by Mr. Crider, the concurrent resolution, as
amended, was adopted and ordered engrossed.


Consideration of House General Bills and Joint Resolutions
on Second Reading
HB 77-A bill to be entitled An act relating to receiving or
depositing passengers from automobiles on limited access facil-
ities; amending section 339.30, Florida Statutes, by adding
(1) (j); providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Arnold, the rules were waived and HB 77
was read the second time by title.
Representative Arnold offered the following amendment:



In Section 1, sub-section (1)(j) paragraph 1, following the
words "of any expressway." insert the following: "This section



April 12, 1967



shall not be applicable to vehicles stopped to render aid to
injured persons, assistance to disabled vehicles, or in obedience
to directions of law officers."
Mr. Arnold moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
On motion by Mr. Arnold, the rules were waived and HB 77,
as amended, was read the third time in full and passed, as
amended. The vote was:
Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Nays-1
King



Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
Land
Lewis
Lindsey



By unanimous consent, Mr.
Yea.



Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell



Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Reedy was recorded as voting



The bill was ordered engrossed.
HB 14-A bill to be entitled An act requiring the county
judge to appoint a guardian of the estate of a mentally compe-
tent person who is physically incapable of managing his prop-
erty and who voluntarily petitions for such appointment.
-was taken up.

On motions by Mr. Crabtree, the rules were waived and
HB 14 was read the second time by title, the third time
in full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-116
Alvarez Davis Hector Nergard
Andrews De Young Hodes Nichols
Arnold Dubbin Holloway Osborne
Ashler Ducker Humphrey Papy
Baker Eddy Inman Pettigrew
Bassett Elmore James Pfeiffer
Beck Featherstone Kennelly Powell
Bevis Ferre King Pratt
Bird Firestone Land Prominski
Blalock Fleece Lewis Rainey
Brantley Fortune, E. M. Lindsey Randell
Briggs Fortune, J. Mann Redman
Brower Gallen Martinez, E. L. Reed
Caldwell Gautier Martinez, J. M. Reeves
Campbell Gibson Matthews Register
Chappell Gillespie Mattox Robinson
Clark Gissendanner McDonald Rowell
Conway Gorman McKinley Rude
Crabtree Graham McNulty Rust
Craig Grange Middlemas Ryals
Crider Grizzle Miers Sackett
Culbreath Gustafson Mixson Savage
D'Alemberte Harris Murphy Scarborough
Danahy Hartnett Myers Schultz



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Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny



Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells



Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
HB 40-A bill to be entitled An act relating to disposition of
unclaimed property; amending chapter 717, Florida Statutes,
by adding section 717.131; providing that a petition may be
granted by the circuit court to declare property abandoned not-
withstanding fifteen (15) year waiting period; providing that
such property shall be delivered to the administrator; providing
an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Gallen, the rules were waived and HB 40
was read the second time by title.
The Committee on Judiciary C offered the following amend-
ment:
In Section 1, on page 1, line 5, after "(1)" strike "The"
and insert the following:
"After a finding that diligent search and inquiry for the
owner thereof has been made, the"
Mr. Gallen moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
On motion by Mr. Gallen, the rules were waived and HB 40,
as amended, was read the third time in full and passed, as
amended. The vote was:
Yeas-77



Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Gallen
Gautier
Graham
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Holloway
Inman
James
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann


Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Grange
Grizzle
Hodes
Humphrey
Kennelly
King



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reeves
Register


Land
McNulty
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Osborne
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Reedy
Robinson



Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shaw
Singleton
Stevens
Tillman
Tucker
Walker
Whitson
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough




Shadley
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Sweeny
Tyre
Wells
Williams



The bill was ordered engrossed.
HB 112-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the secretary
of state; amending Chapter 15, Florida Statutes; providing
authority for the reproduction of records by photographic
process; providing for the admissibility of copies of records
reproduced by photographic process in evidence; providing for
an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Briggs, the rules were waived and HB 112
was read the second time by title.
Representative Myers offered the following amendment:
In Section 1, on page 1, subsection (1), strike the period and



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add the following: "including electronic data processing."
Mr. Briggs moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
On motion by Mr. Briggs, the rules were waived and HB 112,
as amended, was read the third time in full and passed, as
amended. The vote was:



Yeas-114
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Nays-None



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey



Mann Rude
Martinez, E. L. Rust
Martinez, J. M. Ryals
Matthews Sackett
Mattox Savage
McDonald Scarborough
McKinley Schultz
McNulty Sessums
Middlemas Shadley
Miers Shaw
Mixson Singleton
Murphy Smith
Myers Spicola
Nergard Stafford
Nichols Stallings
Osborne Stevens
Papy Sweeny
Pettigrew Tillman
Pfeiffer Tucker
Poorbaugh Tyre
Powell Walker
Pratt Wells
Prominski Whitson
Rainey Williams
Randell Wolfson
Reedy Yancey
Reeves Yarborough
Register
Robinson



The bill was ordered engrossed.
HB 66-A bill to be entitled An act relating to larceny of

automobiles; amending section 811.20, Florida Statutes; pro-
viding for the elimination of the requirement that any described
stolen vehicles be propelled by electricity, gasoline or kero-
sene; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Matthews, the rules were waived and HB
66 was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-116
Yeas-
Alvarez Elmore Lindsey Robinson
Andrews Featherstone Mann Rowell
Arnold Ferre Martinez, E. L. Rude
Ashler Firestone Martinez, J. M. Rust
Baker Fleece Matthews Ryals
Bassett Fortune, E. M. Mattox Sackett
Beck Fortune, J. McDonald Savage
Bevis Gallen McKinley Scarborough
Bird Gautier McNulty Schultz
Blalock Gibson Middlemas Sessums
Brantley Gillespie Miers Shadley
Briggs Gissendanner Mixson Shaw
Brower Gorman Murphy Singleton
Caldwell Graham Myers Smith
Campbell Grange Nergard Spicola
Chappell Grizzle Nichols Stafford
Clark Gustafson Osborne Stallings
Conway Harris Papy Stevens
Crabtree Hartnett Pettigrew Sweeny
Craig Hector Pfeiffer Tillman
Crider Hodes Poorbaugh Tucker
Culbreath Holloway Powell Tyre
D'Alemberte Humphrey Prominski Walker
Danahy Inman Rainey Wells
Davis James Randell Whitson
De Young Kennelly Reed Williams
Dubbin King Reedy Wolfson
Ducker Land Reeves Yancey
Eddy Lewis Register Yarborough
Nays-1
Pratt



Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Clark
Crabtree
Crider
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Nays-39
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Campbell
Chappell
Conway
Craig
Culbreath
Ducker
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The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
HB 69-A bill to be entitled An act relating to probation
of defendant in criminal cases; amending section 948.01, Flor-
ida Statutes, by adding a new subsection (4) permitting court
where imposing sentence to county jail, to direct defendant to
be placed on probation upon completion of any portion of the
term of sentence; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Matthews, the rules were waived and HB
69 was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-111



Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
'Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre



Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves



Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-1
Beck

By unanimous consent, Messrs. Ducker and Tucker were
given permission to be recorded as voting Yea.
The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
HB 70-A bill to be entitled An act relating to offenses
concerning motor vehicles; amending section 860.01, Florida
Statutes; providing for the elimination of the requirement that
any of the described vehicles be propelled by gasoline, gas,
vapor, electricity, steam or other power; providing an effective
date.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Matthews, the rules were waived and HB
70 was read the second time by title.
Further consideration of the bill was temporarily deferred.
HB 89-A bill to be entitled an Act relating to larceny,
grand; amending section 811.021(2), Florida Statutes, redefin-
ing grand larceny to include any property taken which aggre-
gates one hundred dollars ($100.00) or more in any twelve (12)
consecutive month period.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Firestone, the rules were waived and HB
89 was read the second time by title.
Representative Gautier offered the following amendment:
In Section (2), on page 1, line 5, strike "one hundred
($100.00)" and insert the following: "two hundred ($200.00)"
Mr. Gautier moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
On motion by Mr. Firestone, the rules were waived and HB
89, as amended, was read the third time in full.



April 12, 1967



Representative Firestone offered the following amendment:
In title strike: "one hundred dollars ($100.00)" and insert the
following: "two hundred dollars ($200.00)"
Mr. Firestone moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
Pending roll call, further consideration of HB 89 was tem-
porarily deferred.


Consideration of House Bills of a Local Nature on Second
Reading
HB 121-A bill to be entitled An act to authorize and em-
power the City of St. Augustine, Florida, to issue public im-
provement revenue certificates for the purchase, construction,
lease or other acquisition by the City of St. Augustine, Florida,
of any public utility or improvement or for the operation thereof,
said certificates to be paid solely from revenue derived from
such utility, or improvement, or from any other funds available
which do not coerce the taxing power of the City of St. Au-
gustine, Florida; Repealing all laws, or parts of laws, in conflict
herewith and providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Craig, the rules were waived and HB 121
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-115



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Elmore Lindsey
Featherstone Mann
Ferre Martinez, E. L.
Firestone Martinez, J. M.
Fleece Matthews
Fortune, E. M. Mattox
Fortune, J. McDonald
Gallen McKinley
Gautier McNulty
Gibson Miers
Gillespie Mixson
Gissendanner Murphy
Gorman Myers
Graham Nergard
Grange Nichols
Grizzle Osborne
Gustafson Papy
Harris Pettigrew
Hartnett Pfeiffer
Hector Poorbaugh
Hodes Powell
Holloway Prominski
Humphrey Rainey
Inman Randell
James Redman
Kennelly Reed
King Reedy
Land Reeves
Lewis Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 127-A bill to be entitled An act providing for the cor-
rection of House Bill No. 1510, Chapter 65-2110, Laws of
Florida, 1965, to include precincts erroneously omitted from
respective districts:
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB 127
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-115



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett



Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower



Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig



Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker



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Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis



Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough



Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Robinson



Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 169-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Tarpon Springs, Pinellas county; amending section 9 of chapter
21598, laws of Florida, 1941; providing for terms of office and
elections; providing a referendum.

-was taken up.

On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and
HB 169 was read the second time by title, the third time
in full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:



Yeas-115
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis



Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 170-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Tarpon Springs, Pinellas county; amending section 9 of chapter
21598, laws of Florida, 1941; providing for terms of office and
elections; providing a referendum.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and
HB 170 was read the second time by title, the third time
in full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-115



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis



Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 174-A bill to be entitled An act amending section 88 of
chapter 15183, laws of Florida, special acts of 1931, being the
charter of the city of Dunedin, Florida by providing for qualifi-
cation of voters and method of holding elections; amending sec-
tion 89 thereof by providing that the supervisor of registration
shall be the registration officer for the city of Dunedin and the



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Nays-None

The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.

HB 128-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter
15183, laws of Florida, special acts of 1931, being the charter
of the city of Dunedin, Florida by amending section 21 thereof
to provide that the municipal judge and acting municipal
judge shall each be an attorney at law and providing for the
effective date thereof.

-was taken up.

On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB 128
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:

Yeas-115











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method by which qualified electors shall register and providing
that the supervisor of registration shall be entitled to a rea-
sonable fee for his services; amending section 91 thereof by
providing that the polls shall open at 7 o'clock a.m. and close
at 7 o'clock p.m., standard time; amending section 93 thereof
by providing for procedures for municipal candidates to qualify
as such by submission to the city auditor and clerk of a petition
signed by not less than one hundred fifty (150) qualified elec-
tors of the city of Dunedin not more than sixty (60) days and
not less than forty (40) days prior to the election and provid-
ing that as a condition precedent to qualifying said candidates
shall be required to file with their petitions personal affidavits
showing that they are residents of the city, are qualified elec-
tors of the city and are freeholders therein and providing that
the candidates shall pay at such time to the city auditor and
clerk a filing fee in the amount of twenty-five dollars ($25.00);
and providing for the effective date thereof.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB 174
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas--115



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis



Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 175-A bill to be entitled An act providing for the per-
mitting of food establishments and food establishment em-
ployees by the Pinellas County Health Unit; providing for the
right and procedure of appeal to the Pinellas County Health
Board; providing definitions; providing for the term of per-
mits; providing for the enactment of rules and regulations for
the carrying out of the provisions of this act; providing for
enforcement; providing for the punishment of violations; pro-
viding a severability clause; providing an effective date.

-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB 175
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:

Yeas-115



Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark



Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin



Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.



Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Nays-None



Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Miers
Mixsoni
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew



Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums



Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 179-A bill to be entitled An act to amend chapter
18947, special acts 1937, being the charter of the city of Olds-
mar, Pinellas county, Florida, by the amendment of section 10,
relating to officers, to add a municipal judge, to change the
name of the office of city marshal, to give the mayor power to
appoint employees as well as officers with the confirmation of
the council, and to give the council power to combine offices;
by amendment of section 12, to set forth the duties of the mayor
and other officers; by deletion of section 21, to eliminate the
mayor's court; by amendment of section 154 to provide change
in manner of determining number of signatures required on
petitions; by deletion of section 155; and by providing an ef-
fective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB 179
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas--15



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis



Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaug',l
Powell
Prom inski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.


Reports of Standing Committees

The Committee on Public Roads & Highways recommends
the following not pass:



74



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis










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HB 74 HB 75
The bills were laid on the table under the rule.
The Committee on Public Roads & Highways recommends
the following pass:
HB 25 HB 78
HB 72 HB 113
HB 73
The bills were placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Finance & Taxation recommends the fol-
lowing pass:
HB 10, with amendment
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Finance & Taxation recommends the fol-
lowing pass:
HB 12
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Local Government recommends the fol-
lowing be placed on the local calendar:
HB 177
The Committee on Local Government recommends the fol-
lowing be placed on the local calendar:
HB 171 HB 173
The Committee on Public Safety recommends the following
pass:
HB 11
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Local Government recommends the fol-
lowing pass:
HB 125, with amendments
The bill was placed on the calendar.

Engrossing Reports
April 12, 1967
Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-



April 12, 1967



Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-
HB 40
-with amendment, reports the amendment has been incorpo-
rated and the bill is herewith returned.
IRMA LINN
Engrossing Clerk
-and the bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
April 12, 1967
Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-
HB 112
-with amendment, reports the amendment has been incorpo-
rated and the bill is herewith returned.
IRMA LINN
Engrossing Clerk
-and the bill was ordered certified to the Senate.


Adjournment
On motion by Mr. Rowell, the rules were waived and the
House adjourned at 12:35 P.M. to reconvene at 11:00 A.M.
tomorrow.



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HCR 50
-with amendments, reports the amendments have been incor-
porated and the bill is herewith returned.
IRMA LINN
Engrossing Clerk
-and the bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
April 12, 1967
Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-
HB 77
-with amendment, reports the amendment has been incor-
porated and the bill is herewith returned.
IRMA LINN
Engrossing Clerk
-and the bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
April 12, 1967










"THE JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA



House of Representatives


PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]
REGULAR SESSION



THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1967



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11:00 A.M.
The following members were recorded present:



Mr. Speaker Elmore
Alvarez Featherstone
Andrews Ferre
Arnold Firestone
Ashler Fleece
Baker Fortune, E. M.
Bassett Fortune, J.
Beck Gallen
Bevis Gautier
Bird Gibson
Blalock Gillespie
Brantley Gissendanner
Briggs Gorman
Brower Graham
Caldwell Grange
Campbell Grizzle
Chappell Gustafson
Clark Harris
Conway Hartnett
Crabtree Hector
Craig Hodes
Crider Holloway
Culbreath Humphrey
D'Alemberte Inman
Danahy James
Davis Kennelly
De Young King
Dubbin Land
Ducker Lewis
Eddy Lindsey
A quorum was present.


Prayer
Prayer by the Honorable I



Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register



Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Robert T. Mann:



Let us pray, give us brevity of words, O Lord, and
amplitude of works, and may both our words, and our
works be acceptable in Thy sight. Amen.


The Journal
The Journal of April 12 was ordered corrected and approved
as follows: On page 63, column 1, between lines 30 and 31 from
top, insert "Evidence of notice and publication was established
by the House as to HB 223."


Announcements
The Speaker announced that Representative Ryals has with-
drawn from the Committee on Claims B.
The Speaker announced the Senate has requested that the
House not hold any committee meetings on Tuesday, April 18,
so delegations can meet to discuss local legislation.


Co-introducers
Representative Fleece was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB's 171, 173, 263, 264, 265, and 266.



Representative Gissendanner was given permission to be
recorded as a co-introducer of HB 240.
Representative Spicola was given permission to be recorded as
a co-introducer of HB 209.


INTRODUCTION AND REFERENCE

By Representative Crabtree-
HB 270-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Sara-
sota fire department pension fund, amending section 4 of
chapter 61-2804, Laws of Florida, Special Acts of 1961, as
amended, providing for powers and duties of the board of
trustees by broadening the investment authority of the trus-
tees to include investments in corporate bonds listed on New
York and American stock exchanges; and by amending section
18 thereof to provide for legal counsel of the board of trustees
and for appointment of legal counsel to represent the pension
fund in certain proceedings; providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 270.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Crabtree-
HB 271-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the pension
fund of the police department of the city of Sarasota; amend-
ing section 5 of chapter 24888, Laws of Florida, Special Acts
of 1947, by broadening the investment authority of the trus-
tees to include investments in corporate bonds listed on New
York and American stock exchanges and by amending section
20 thereof to provide for powers and duties of the board of
trustees, provide for legal counsel for the board of trustees
and for appointment of legal counsel to represent the pension
fund in certain proceedings; providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 271.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Craig-
HB 272-A bill to be entitled An act to provide that the
Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind may expend funds
outside the State for the education of deaf-blind children, for
which there are no facilities in Florida; to provide the pro-
cedure connected therewith; to repeal conflicting laws; and
for other purposes.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public School Education and Appropriations.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 273-A bill to be entitled An act relating to financing
county health units, amending chapter 154, Florida Statutes;
providing for a maximum tax and authorizing boards of county
commissioners to establish fees for services rendered; and pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare, Finance & Taxation, and
Ad Valorem Taxation.

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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE



By Representative Wolfson-
HB 274-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter 382,
Florida Statutes, relative to the bureau of vital statistics; pro-
viding new sections relative to registration districts, burial-
transit permits, death and fetal death registration, extension
of filing time on vital records; amending subsection 382.17 (1)
Florida Statutes, relative to birth certificates; adding a new
subsection 382.35 (9), Florida Statutes, prohibiting unauthor-
ized certified copies of vital records; repealing sections 382.03,
382.06, 382.07, 382.08, 382.09, 382.11, 382.12, and 382.13, all
Florida Statutes; and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 275-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter 404,
F. S.; changing title from "Florida Barbiturate Law" to "Florida
Drug Abuse Law" applying to the manufacture, dispensing, sale,
or use of drugs other than narcotics not limited by the uniform
narcotics drug law; amending certain sections of chapter 404,
F. S.; to include change of title, defining certain terms used in
this chapter; provide cooperative drug control under laws of the
United States and the state of Florida; excluding over-the-
counter item; regulate use and refills of controlled drugs; pro-
vide registration for producers and wholesalers of drugs; drug
transfer inventories to be filed with board of pharmacy and
state board of health; regulatory authority placed upon state
board of health; records of drug transactions to be maintained
for three years; authorizes uniform wording in present law and
provides an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 276-A bill to be entitled An act relating to private or
individual water supply systems, granting authority to the
State Board of Health to regulate drinking water accessible
to individuals, and operation or maintenance of private water
supply wells; requiring private water supply systems to be
approved by the State Board of Health; and providing an ef-
fective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 277-A bill to be entitled An act relating to teachers of
barbering; amending chapter 476, Florida Statutes, by adding
section 476.061, prescribing the qualifications for issuance of
certificates of registration to teachers of barbering and author-
izing re-examination of applicants failing to pass examina-
tion.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 278-A bill to be entitled An act relating to cosmetology
law; amending section 477.18(1), Florida Statutes, providing
the number, method of selection, terms and qualifications of
members of the state board of cosmetology; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 279-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacists,
the state board of pharmacy; amending section 465.031, Flor-
ida Statutes, by adding subsections (10) and (11); amending
chapter 465, Florida Statutes, by adding sections 465.26 and
465.27; defining drug wholesaler and drug manufacturer; pro-
viding for permits for drug wholesalers and drug manufac-



turers; providing for notification of permits; providing for
renewal of permits; providing that no person shall use the
title of "drug wholesaler" or "drug manufacturer" without
first being licensed as same; authorizing the revocation and
suspension of drug wholesaler or drug manufacturer permits
under certain conditions; providing an effective date.



April 13, 1967



HB 284-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the division
of corrections; amending subsection (1) of section 965.01,
Florida Statutes, to provide for additional correctional insti-
tutions; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Institutions and Appropriations.



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-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare, Appropriations, and Fi-
nance & Taxation.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 280-A bill to be entitled An act on pollution; declaring
legislative intent; defining certain words and phrases; providing
for administration of this chapter by the State Board of Health,
creating a pollution control council, providing for qualification,
and membership; providing for terms of office; providing for
organization and quorum; providing for compensation and
expenses of members; providing for the duties and functions
of the council; providing for duties and functions of the agency;
providing for presumptions; providing for hearings before the
council; providing for confidential information; providing for
approval; providing for registration and filing; providing for
inspection; providing for complaint and investigation; providing
for assistance; providing for corrective orders; providing for
injunctive relief; providing for prohibition, violation, penalty
and intent; providing for construction in relation to other law;
providing for severability; providing for repeal; providing for
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.

By Representative Gillespie-
HB 281-A bill to be entitled An act relating to unfair trade
practice and consumer protection; prohibiting unfair methods
of competition and unfair or deceptive acts or practices in the
conduct of any trade or commerce; defining certain terms;
prescribing the authority and duties of the attorney general
in the enforcement of the law, including certain investigative
and subpoena powers; providing civil injunctive penalties in-
cluding injunction and corporate dissolution for refusal to file
reports or obey subpoena requested or issued in accordance
with this act; and providing for the institution of action for
injunction to restrain acts or practices prohibited by this act;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ashler and Reeves-
HB 282-A bill to be entitled An act relating to free motor
vehicle license plates; amending section 320.084, Florida Stat-
utes, to provide free license plates to disabled veterans; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Tyre-
HB 283-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the rehabili-
tation of alcoholics; amending section 396.071, Florida Statutes,
to provide for the advisory council furnishing advice to the
administrator on the adoption of rules and regulations; amend-
ing section 396.101, Florida Statutes, to provide that the
advisory council should advise and consult with the admin-
istrator; amending section 396.111, Florida Statutes, relat-
ing to the duties of the advisory council; amending section
396.121(2) (a), Florida Statutes, to delete the advisory council
from those agencies that are required to approve grants to
governmental units for the development of educational and
treatment services for alcoholism in the state; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.

By Representative Tyre-











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By Representative Tyre-
HB 285-A bill to be entitled An act relating to correctional
institutions; amending chapter 944, Florida Statutes, by add-
ing section 944.421 to provide punishment for any person
obstructing or opposing any officer or employee of the division
of corrections in the performance of his duties; providing pun-
ishment for any person knowingly and wilfully resisting, ob-
structing, or opposing any officer of said division by offering
or doing violence to the person of said officer; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.
By Representative Tyre-
HB 286-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the division
of corrections; amending section 945.09, Florida Statutes, to
provide for the establishment of a reception and classification
center for male prisoners at Lake Butler; providing an effec-
tive date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Institutions and Appropriations.

By Representatives Smith, Baker, Beck, Clark, Danahy,
Dubbin, Elmore, Ferre, Fleece, Grizzle, Harris, Hector, Hodes,
Lewis, Matthews, Murphy, Myers, Pfeiffer, Reedy, Robinson,
Ryals, Sackett, Savage, Sessums, Singleton, Spicola, Williams,
Bird, and Bevis-
HB 287-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education;
creating section 231.60, Florida Statutes, recognizing the right
of professional employees to meet, confer, negotiate and reach
agreements with boards of public instruction; providing re-
quired negotiations for professional employees under certain
conditions relative to salaries and other terms of professional
employment; providing for a board of review where serious
disagreements arise; providing for the protection of the legis-
lative authority vested in boards of public instruction; amend-
ing section 230.22(1), Florida Statutes, deleting provision
authorizing county boards of public instruction to negotiate
with members of teaching profession relating to policy mat-
ters; and compensation and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public School Education.

By Representative Chappell-
HB 288-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida
highway patrol; amending section 321.04, Florida statutes, re-
lating to the employment and assignment of patrol officers; re-
lating to number and type of rank classifications; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Appropriations.

By Representatives Williams and Middlemas-
HB 289-A bill to be entitled An act relating to salt water
fisheries and conservation, oyster culture; amending section
370.16(36), Florida Statutes; by making present subsection
paragraph (a) and adding paragraph (b) directing the divi-
sion of oyster culture of the state board of conservation to
undertake certain restocking and reseeding of oyster beds and
to establish a headquarters for such operations in Bay county;
providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Salt Water Conservation and Appropriations.

By Representatives Randell and Papy-
HB 290-A bill to be entitled An act relating to salt water
fisheries and conservation; amending section 370.15(2) (a), Flor-
ida Statutes; extending regulation to small shrimp taken from
within or without the waters of the state; providing certain ex-
ceptions; providing an effective date.



S



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Salt Water Conservation.

By Representatives Rainey, Murphy, Stafford, Whitson, Os-
horne, Grizzle, Savage, Fleece, and Robinson-
HB 291-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the amount



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of and collection of notary fees, and the expense of becoming
and continuing to be notaries public, by certain county officers
and their employees in certain instances in counties having a
population of not less than three hundred fifty thousand (350,-
000) and not more than three hundred eighty-five thousand
(385,000) inhabitants according to the latest decennial census;
providing that any elective county officer and his employees
may perform public services for the public for compensation in
the office of the officer; provided that fees received for service
as notaries public by the officer or his employees shall be fee
receipts of the office of the county officer; establishing fee rates
for performing services as notaries public; providing that ex-
penses incurred in becoming and continuing to be notaries public
by the county officer and his employees shall be an expense of
the office; providing for certain instances where no notary fee
shall be charged by the county officer or his employees; provid-
ing for an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Murphy, Fleece, Whitson, Osborne,
Grizzle, Savage, Rainey, Robinson, and Stafford-
HB 292-A bill to be entitled An act to amend Section 7,
of the Municipal Charter of the City of Clearwater, Pinellas
County, Florida, being Chapter 9710, Special Acts of Florida,
1923, as amended by Chapter 30659, Special Acts of Florida,
1955, by Chapter 61-2011, Special Acts of Florida, 1961, and by
Chapter 63-1224, Special Acts of Florida, 1963, by providing for
the enlargement of the powers of the City of Clearwater to
establish a supplementary retirement plan and fund for firemen
of the City of Clearwater and to provide for the effective ad-
ministration thereof; providing for the severability of the
provisions thereof; providing for the repeal of all laws in
conflict herewith and providing for the effective date hereof.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 292.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Schultz and Arnold-
HB 293-A bill to be entitled An act relating to unlawful
use of limited access facilities; repealing subsection (1)(h)
of section 339.30, Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Pettigrew, Wolfson, Featherstone, Hector,
Baker, Lewis, Sackett, Brower, Dubbin, Graham, Gissendanner,
Reed, Harris, Holloway, and D'Alemberte-
HB 294-A bill to be entitled An act relating to parole and
probation, county probation offices; amending chapter 949,
Florida Statutes, by adding section 949.031; authorizing the
transfer of functions and staff of any county probation office
to the Florida probation and parole commission; providing
method of administration and operation; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary B and Appropriations.

By Representatives Pettigrew, Baker, Beck, D'Alemberte,
Dubbin, Featherstone, Ferre, Fleece, E. M. Fortune, Gillespie,
Gissendanner, Grizzle, Harris, Hector, Hodes, Lewis, E. L.
Martinez, J. M. Martinez, Matthews, Murphy, Pfeiffer, Pratt,
Prominski, Reedy, Robinson, Rude, Ryals, Sackett, Sessums,
Shaw, Singleton, Spicola, Tyre, Wells, Williams, Wolfson,
Danahy, and Stevens-



HB 295-A bill to be entitled An act relating to teachers'
retirement; amending section 238.07(15A)(a), Florida Statutes,
increasing monthly service retirement allowance; deleting pro-
visions for subtracting social security benefits from amount
of monthly retirement allowance; providing an effective date.

-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Retirement & Personnel and Appropriations.













By Representatives Eddy and Dubbin-
HB 296-A bill to be entitled An act relating to license fees
for public lodging establishments and public food service estab-
lishments; providing for an increase in fees; amending sub-
section (1) of 509.251, and subsection (3) of 509.251 Florida
Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Myers, Dubbin, D'Alemberte, Harris,
Hartnett, Lewis, Sackett, and Holloway-
HB 297-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state roads;
designating a portion of state road 112 in Dade county as Robert
Frost Highway.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.

By Representatives Sessums, Baker, Beck, Clark, Culbreath,
D'Alemberte, Danahy, Dubbin, Elmore, Featherstone, Fleece,
Gillespie, Grizzle, Harris, Hector, Hodes, Lewis, E. L. Martinez,
Matthews, Murphy, Myers, Redman, Reedy, Register, Ryals,
Sackett, Singleton, Spicola, Stafford, Stevens, Williams, and
Tucker-
HB 298-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education,
instruction units; amending section 236.04(2)(b) and (c), Flori-
"da Statutes, by changing the procedure for determining the
number of instruction units; providing that the number of
instruction units for grades two (2) through twelve (12) shall
be computed on a basis of a divisor reduced from twenty-six
(26) and twenty-seven (27) to twenty-five (25); providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public School Education and Appropriations.

By Representative E. M. Fortune-
HB 299-A bill to be entitled An act relating to pharmacy;
amending section 465.23, Florida Statutes; prohibiting the ad-
vertising of drugs bearing a federal caution legend; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative E. M. Fortune-
HB 300-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the practice
of pharmacy; amending section 465.091(3), Florida Statutes;
providing for the submission of proof of completion of continu-
ing professional education prior to the issuance of a renewal
certificate; providing for an effective date.
--was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative E. M. Fortune-
HB 301-A bill to be entitled An act relating to narcotic
drugs; amending section 398.09(3), Florida Statutes, by re-
designating present paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) as para-
graphs (b), (c) and (d) and adding new paragraph (a) to
provide for certain restrictions on exempt narcotic prepara-
tions; amending section 398.10, Florida Statutes, by adding
subsection (6) to provide that certain additional information
be added to narcotic drug records; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative E. M. Fortune--



HB 302-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the depart-
ment of public welfare, medical program for recipients of public
assistance; amending section 409.44(1), Florida Statutes, by
providing a freedom of choice for public assistance recipients
in the selection of a vendor for drugs; adding subsection (4)
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to said section to provide limitations on the payments for drugs
and pharmaceutical services; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Smith-
HB 303-A bill to be entitled An act relating to education,
transportation; amending sections 236.05 and 236.07(4), Florida
Statutes; prescribing a method for determining the apportion-
ment of funds to each county for transportation for kinder-
garten through grade twelve (12); providing for the apportion-
ment of transportation funds to county boards; providing an
appropriation; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public School Education and Appropriations.
HB 304-Withdrawn
By Representative Gautier-
HB 305-A bill to be entitled An act relating to inspection
of motor vehicles; establishing minimum inspection require-
ments, establishing powers and duty of state department of
public safety, directing counties to implement the act by estab-
lishment of motor vehicle inspection stations and to enforce
provisions of the act, authorizing county to promulgate and
enforce more stringent inspection requirements, establishing
minimum inspection fees, providing for distribution of funds
collected, exempting counties with population of less than ten
thousand (10,000) from provisions of act, and providing penalty
for violation of act.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Gautier-
HB 306-A bill to be entitled An act relating to accident
reports; amending section 317.171, Florida Statutes; providing
an exception for the use of results of any test measuring the
amount of alcohol, intoxicants, narcotic drugs, barbiturates
or central nervous system stimulants as evidence when other-
wise admissable where such results are included or obtained
for the purpose of making such reports; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.

By Representative Mattox-
HB 307-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the furnish-
ing of family planning, information and educational services
and assistance to indigent persons of child bearing age by the
Florida state department of public welfare and the Florida
state board of health; providing for administration by the
Florida state board of health and local county health depart-
ments.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.

By Representative Kennelly-
HB 308-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax assess-
ment, equalization, in any county of the state having a popu-
lation of more than one hundred thousand (100,000), according
to the latest official decennial census; creating county boards
of tax equalization in said counties; providing for board mem-
bership and compensation; providing for board meetings and
functions; providing for a filing fee; providing for notice to
certain property owners; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Local Government and Ad Valorem Taxation.
By Representative Kennelly-
HB 309-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trading
stamps and similar devices; prohibiting the use of trading
stamps and similar devices in retail trade; making violation
of this act a misdemeanor; providing an effective date.



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Finance & Taxation.



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By Representative Kennelly-
HB 310-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the comptrol-
ler; providing for a school to instruct all county tax assessors
and certain employees in establishing a uniform practice in
assessing real property liable to taxation; providing for pay-
ment of expenses.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency, Ad
Valorem Taxation, and Appropriations.

By Representative Kennelly-
HB 311-A bill to be entitled An act prohibiting the un-
authorized use of certain electronic, electrical and mechanical
devices; amending chapter 877, Florida Statutes, by adding sec-
tion 877.11, declaring certain invasions of personal privacy by
the use of such equipment to be unlawful acts; providing ex-
ception; providing a penalty.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary B.

By Representatives Kennelly and Gillespie-
HB 312-A bill to be entitled An act relating to revenue,
county taxes, providing that county boards of public instruc-
tion may call special elections to vote on a county-wide sales
tax; providing for the collection and allocation of sales tax
moneys; providing for the proportionate reduction of property
taxes; providing for millage adjustments; providing an ef-
fective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency,
Appropriations, and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Kennelly-
HJR 313-A joint resolution proposing an amendment to
Section 15 of Article IX of the State Constitution providing
that distribution of excise taxes collected from pari-mutuel
pools be made to the several counties on a population basis.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary A and Finance & Taxation.

By Representative Mixson-
HB 314-A bill to be entitled An act relating to small claims
courts in all counties having a population of not less than thirty-
six thousand (36,000) nor more than thirty-six thousand seven
hundred (36,700), according to the latest official decennial cen-
sus; amending sections 1 and 7 of chapter 27115, Laws of Flor-
ida, 1951, by increasing the jurisdiction of said courts; setting
a fee schedule when filing certain claims.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Ashler-
HB 315-A bill to be entitled An act relating to junior col-
leges; amending section 230.0117(1) and (2) (a) and (b), Florida
Statutes, changing the classifications by ranks of teachers; in-
creasing the value of instruction units; establishing additional
increases based on years of teaching service; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public School Education and Appropriations.

By Representative Williams--



HB 316-A bill to be entitled An act relating to bacteriologi-
cal surveys of certain waters; relieving the state board of
health of such surveys; providing that such surveys be per-
formed by the state board of conservation.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.



IS



$15,000 paid to university faculty personnel in accordance with
a classification and pay plan approved by the board of regents;
and providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.



'E OF REPRESENTATIVES April 13, 1967

By Representative Schultz-
HB 317-A bill to be entitled An act to amend paragraphs
(a), (b), (d), and (e) of subsection (3), and subsection (8)
of section 215.19, Florida Statutes, authorizing any aggrieved
employee to notify the Florida industrial commission of such
facts; providing for the Florida industrial commission to hold
a hearing to determine whether a wilful violation of this sec-
tion shall have been committed; authorizing the Florida indus-
trial commission to settle the dispute; removing existing pen-
alties and providing new penalties; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Labor and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ashler and Andrews-
HB 318-A bill to be entitled An act relating to board of
regents' budgets, appropriations and allotments; requiring re-
gents' budget to cover entire university system; requiring all
university appropriations to be made to the regents and author-
izing their transfer to or from any institution or agency in the
system; prescribing review of operating budgets and requests
for release of allotments by budget commission; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ashler and Andrews-
HB 319-A bill to be entitled An act relating to capital out-
lay for the state university system under the board of regents;
amending section 243.03, Florida Statutes, to allow maturing
of revenue certificates to be extended from forty to fifty years
from the date of issuance; amending subsections (1), (3), and
(4), section 243.131, Florida Statutes, pertaining to federal aid
to require: public bidding, include private sources among the
groups with which the board of regents may negotiate, restrict
the student fees which may be pledged to revenue certificates
to those last approved by the legislature, and remove any ref-
erence to the state board of education in the acceptance of
funds; amending section 240.141, Florida Statutes, to delete
the references made to the alteration or remodeling of build-
ings and to increase the amount of state funds excluded from
the operation of the section from $35,000 to $50,000; and pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ashler and Andrews-
HB 320-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the powers,
duties and personnel of the board of regents; amending section
240.042, Florida Statutes, to incorporate therein the provisions
of section 240.151, Florida Statutes; to eliminate the super-
vision and approval of the board of education in establishing
policies, rules, regulations and powers exercised by the board
of regents under chapters 239-243, Florida Statutes, to delete
the required concurrence of the board of education in the ap-
pointment and tenure of a chancellor, of institution or agency
heads and of other university personnel including compensation
and conditions of employment; repealing subsection (3) of sec-
tion 240.031 and section 240.151, Florida Statutes; and provid-
ing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ashler and Andrews-
HB 321-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the legis-
lative spending philosophy; amending paragraph (3)(b) of
Section 282.051, Florida Statutes, to eliminate the requirement
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By Representatives Ashler and Andrews-
HB 322-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the deposit
of funds received by institutions of higher learning; amending
Section 240.095, Florida Statutes, to clarify the moneys of
the state university system that may be deposited outside the
state treasury; amending Section 241.63, Florida Statutes, and
repealing Section 241.631, Florida Statutes, to consolidate pro-
visions concerning the working capital trust funds of the
individual institutions in the university system; amending sub-
section (1), Section 18.101, Florida Statutes, widening its scope
to include the board of regents by eliminating the requirement
that institution have its office elsewhere than in Tallahassee;
repealing Sections 240.121 and 240.131, Florida Statutes; and
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.

By Representatives Ashler and Andrews-
HB 323-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the definition
of the state university system, amending Section 239.01, Florida
Statutes, to allow for the present university system as it
exists today and for additional institutions; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Higher Education.

By Representatives Ashler and Sessums-
HB 324-A bill to be entitled An act requiring the board of
regents to implement the Florida regents scholarship program;
providing an appropriation; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.


MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE
April 12, 1967
The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:
I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that
the Senate has passed-

By Senator de la Parte and Others-
SB 132-A bill to be entitled An act providing for and relat-
ing to investigators for circuit courts of counties having a
population of not less that three hundred ninety thousand
(390,000) nor more than four hundred fifty thousand (450,000)
according to the latest official decennial census; providing for
employment, qualifications, and compensation of investigators;
declaring the same to be a county purpose; providing an effec-
tive date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
EDWIN G. FRASER
Secretary of the Senate
SB 132, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Local Govern-
ment.


CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE GENERAL BILL ON THIRD
READING
HB 70-A bill to be entitled An act relating to offenses con-
cerning motor vehicles; amending section 860.01, Florida Stat-
utes; providing for the elimination of the requirement that any
of the described vehicles be propelled by gasoline, gas, vapor,
electricity, steam or other power; providing an effective date.



-was taken up and read the third time in full and passed,
title as stated. The vote was:



Yeas-118
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Elmore Mann
Featherstone Martinez, E. L.
Ferre Martinez, J. M.
Firestone Mattox
Fleece McDonald
Fortune, E. M. McKinley
Fortune, J. McNulty
Gallen Middlemas
Gautier Miers
Gibson Mixson
Gillespie Murphy
Gissendanner Myers
Gorman Nergard
Graham Nichols
Grange Osborne
Grizzle Papy
Gustafson Pettigrew
Harris Pfeiffer
Hartnett Poorbaugh
Hector Powell
Hodes Pratt
Holloway Prominski
Humphrey Rainey
Inman Randell
James Redman
Kennelly Reed
King Reedy
Land Reeves
Lewis Register
Lindsey Robinson



81



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.


CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE GENERAL BILLS AND
JOINT RESOLUTIONS ON SECOND READING

HB 38-A bill to be entitled An act relating to civil defense;
amending section 252.04, Florida Statutes, by adding subsec-
tion (5) requiring that the state civil defense agency submit
a biennial report; amending section 252.05 (2), Florida Stat-
utes, to allow appointment and designation of additional mem-
bers to the civil defense advisory board; amending section
252.09 (1) (a), Florida Statutes, to include combined county-
city government; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Ashler, the rules were waived and HB 38
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-118



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin



Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly



King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell



Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman



April 13, 1967











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April 13, 1967



Wells
Whitson



Williams Yancey
Wolfson Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
HB 85-A bill to be entitled An Act relating to the Florida
highway patrol; amending section 321.04, Florida Statutes, to
delete the provision for the assignment of one patrolman to
the office of the chairman of the state road department; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Arnold, the rules were waived and
HB 85 was read the second time by title, the third time in
full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-118



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey



Mann Rowell
Martinez, E. L. Rude
Martinez, J. M. Rust
Mattox Ryals
McDonald Sackett
McKinley Savage
McNulty Scarborough
Middlemas Schultz
Miers Sessums
Mixson Shadley
Murphy Shaw
Myers Singleton
Nergard Smith
Nichols Spicola
Osborne Stafford
Papy Stallings
Pettigrew Stevens
Pfeiffer Sweeny
Poorbaugh Tillman
Powell Tucker
Pratt Tyre
Prominski Walker
Rainey Wells
Randell Whitson
Redman Williams
Reed Wolfson
Reedy Yancey
Reeves Yarborough
Register
Robinson



Nays-None
The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
HB 99-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the official
Florida Statutes, 1965; amending sections 16.19, 16.20, 16.22,
16.23 and 16.24 by adopting and enacting all the statutory laws
included in the officially published Florida Statutes, 1965, to-
gether with corrections, changes and amendments to and repeals
of provisions of Florida Statutes, 1965, as the official Florida
Statutes, 1967; authorizing the inclusion of general laws of
state-wide application in statutory form enacted by the regular,
special or extraordinary sessions of the legislature of 1967,
as prima facie evidence of such laws; authorizing the revision
and reprinting of material contained therein; providing for the
enactment of additional reviser's bills by the 1967 legislature;
providing an effective date.
-was taken up, accompanied by Volumes 1, 2, and 3, Florida
Statutes, 1965.
On motion by Mr. Wells, the rules were waived and HB 99
was read the second time by title.
The Committee on Judiciary A offered the following amend-
ment:
In Section 3, on page 2, line 9, following the words: "have
full effect as" insert the following: "if"
Mr. Wells moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
On motion by Mr. Wells, the rules were waived and HB 99,
as amended, was read the third time in full and passed, as
amended. The vote was:



Tucker
Tyre
Walker



Yeas-118
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey



Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemias
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



82



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackeft
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None

The bill was ordered engrossed.
HB 36-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public school
plants; amending section 235.26, Florida Statutes, relating to
minimum standards for school buildings by adding subsection
(21) providing that shelter slanting and cost-reduction tech-
niques be considered in the initial plan and design of any public
school to be constructed after the effective date of this law;
authorizing modification of existing schools to provide shelter
and for participation in federal programs for this purpose;
providing an effective date.

-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Ashler, the rules were waived and HB 36
was read the second time by title.

The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Ef-
ficiency offered the following amendment:
In Section 1 (21)(b) strike "the appropriate school authori-
ties" and insert the following: "County Board of Public In-
struction"
Mr. Ashler moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Ef-
ficiency offered the following amendment:

Strike entire section 21(a) and insert the following: After
the effective date of this act, the County Board of Public In-
struction shall require the architect concerned in the initial
design stages of design and construction of new school build-
ings to apply for technical advice and counsel on fallout shelter
slanting and cost-reduction techniques available without cost
through the Florida state civil defense agency.
Mr. Ashler moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
Representative Sweeny offered the following amendment:
In section 1, subsection (21) (b), following words "County
Board of Public Instruction" strike "and the architect"
Mr. Sweeny moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
Representative Chappell offered the following amendment:
In section l(b), following "School building," strike "shall"
and insert the following: "may".











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Mr. Chappell moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
On motion by Mr. Ashler, the rules were waived and
HB 36, as amended, was read the third time in full and
passed, as amended. The vote was:
Yeas-90



Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway


Kennelly
Lindsey
Mann
Mattox
McKinley
Middlemas
Poorbaugh



Humphrey
Inman
King
Land
Lewis
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
McDonald
McNulty
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Powell
Rainey
Randell
Reed


Pratt
Prominski
Register
Rude
Rust
Savage
Shaw



Reedy
Reeves
Robinson
Rowell
Ryals
Sackett
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Sweeny
Tucker
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yarborough




Smith
Stallings
Stevens
Tillman
Tyre
Yancey



The bill was ordered engrossed.
HB 37-A bill to be entitled An act relating to construction
design of public buildings; amending chapter 255, Florida
Statutes, by adding section 255.042, requiring that the creation
of fallout shelter through cost-reduction and slanting tech-
niques be considered in the design phase of any public building;
providing procedures to obtain free professional development
services; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Ashler, the rules were waived and HB 37
was read the second time by title.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization &
Efficiency offered the following amendment:
In Section 1, add paragraph, "(6) Nothing in this act shall
apply to school buildings erected by the County board of public
instruction."
Mr. Ashler moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
Representative Sweeny offered the following amendment:
In Section 1, subsection 4, strike paragraph (4) and renumber
remaining paragraphs.
Mr. Sweeny moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
On motion by Mr. Ashler, the rules were waived and HB 37,
as amended, was read the third time in full.
On motion by Mr. Sweeny, the House reconsidered the vote
by which HB 37 was read the third time and the bill was placed
back on second reading.
Representative Sweeny offered the following amendment:

In Section 1, paragraph (2), line 6 following words "public
buildings," strike "shall" and insert the following: may.
Mr. Sweeny moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.



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On motion by Mr. Ashler, the rules were waived and HB 37,
as further amended, was read the third time in full and passed,
as further amended. The vote was:
Yeas-108



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Nays-6
Harris
Mann



Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Blalock
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Nays-27
Bird
Brantley
Campbell
Crabtree
Craig
Gustafson
James



King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Martinez, J.
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy



Shaw



Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rust
M. Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Singleton
Smith
Spicola

Stafford
Stallings
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Stevens



The bill was ordered engrossed.
HB 72-A bill to be entitled An act relating to subdivisions
abutting state highways; requiring approval by the state road
department; amending chapter 317, Florida Statutes, by adding
317.0114; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Nichols, the rules were waived and HB 72
was read the second time by title, the third time in full.
Further consideration of HB 72 was temporarily deferred.
HB 73-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the definition
of the word road and adding thereto water storage areas;
amending section 334.03(13), Florida Statutes; providing an
effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Hector, the rules were waived and HB 73
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-109



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young



Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hector
Hodes



Holloway
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols



Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Powell
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Sessums
Shadley



Mattox
Rude











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Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Nays-1
Humphrey



Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre



Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson



Yancey
Yarborough



The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
HB 78-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the classifica-
tion of roads in the state highway system; amending section
335.04(3), Florida Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Arnold, the rules were waived and HB 78
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas--111



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Featherstone



Ferre Mann
Firestone Martinez, E. L.
Fleece Martinez, J. M.
Fortune, E. M. Mattox
Fortune, J. McDonald
Gallen McKinley
Gautier McNulty
Gibson Middlemas
Gillespie Miers
Gissendanner Mixson
Gorman Murphy
Graham Myers
Grange Nergard
Grizzle Nichols
Gustafson Osborne
Harris Papy
Hartnett Pettigrew
Hector Pfeiffer
Hodes Powell
Holloway Prominski
Humphrey Rainey
Inman Randell
James Redman
Kennelly Reed
King Reedy
Land Reeves
Lewis Register
Lindsey Robinson



Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
HB 10-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter 125,
Florida Statutes, relating to powers, duties, and compensation
of county commissioners by adding section 125.441, Florida
Statutes, declaring the operation and maintenance of ambu-
lance service to be a county purpose; authorizing the use of
county funds to carry out such purpose; authorizing the several
boards of county commissioners to enter into agreements with
other governmental agencies or other agencies or entities within
the county for the operation and maintenance of ambulance
service and make payment therefore with county funds; author-
izing the making of a charge; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Reedy, the rules were waived and HB 10
was read the second time by title.
The Committee on Finance & Taxation offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, line 3, strike the period and insert
the following: "; provided, however, any such agreements shall
first have the approval of the governing body of the municipal-
ity within which said ambulance services are to be rendered."
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, paragraph (e), line 1, following the
word "To" insert the following: "establish,"



April 13, 1967



Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, paragraph (f), strike "free"
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, following paragraph (f), insert the
following: (3) Any contracts entered into prior to the effective
date of this act between the county commissioners and any other
governmental agency or private entity are ratified and con-
firmed and shall be as enforceable as though entered into sub-
sequent to the effective date of this law.
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, following paragraph (f), insert the
following: (4) As used in this section:
(a) "Ambulance" means a vehicle specially designed and
equipped as defined in section 877.07, Florida Statutes.
(b) "Ambulance service" means the transportation by am-
bulance of medically nonambulatory persons.
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.

The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In section 2 strike "This act shall take effect immediately
upon becoming a law." and insert the following: "This act shall
take effect on May 1, 1967."
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In title, line 14, following the words "the making of a
charge;" insert the following: "ratifying and confirming con-
tracts entered into prior to effective date of this act;"
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
On motion by Mr. Reedy, the rules were waived and HB 10,
as amended, was read the third time in full and passed, as
amended. The vote was:
Yeas-118



Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy



Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett



Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
nidilenves
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers



Nergard
Nichols
Osborne
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage



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Scarborough Smith Tillman
Schultz Spicola Tucker
Sessums Stafford Tyre
Shadley Stallings Walker
Shaw Stevens Wells
Singleton Sweeny Whitson
Nays-None
The bill was ordered engrossed.



Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES

The Committee on Judiciary B recommends the following
pass:
HB 110 HB 107, with amendments
The bills were referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
The Committee on Public Roads & Highways recommends
the following pass:
HB 157
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Public Roads & Highways recommends
the following pass:
HB 158, with amendment
The bill was referred to the Committees on Appropriations
and Finance & Taxation.
The Committee on Mental Health recommends the following
pass:
HB 22, with amendments
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Insurance & Workmen's Compensation
recommends the following pass:
HB 260
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Commerce recommends the following pass:
HB 20
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Local Government recommends the fol-
lowing be placed on the Local Calendar:
HB 223 SB 109
HB 263 SB 106
HB 265 SB 111
HB 266 SB 105
SB 108 SB 116
SB 112 SB 110
SB 69
The bills were placed on the calendar.
The Committee on Judiciary C recommends the following
pass:
HB 17
The bill was placed on the calendar.



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The Committee on Local Government recommends the fol-
lowing pass:
HB 16, with amendment
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Effi-
ciency recommends the following not pass:
HB 152
The bill was laid on the table under the rule.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Effi-
ciency recommends the following pass:
HB 151
The bill was placed on the calendar.
The Committee on State Governmental Organization & Effi-
ciency recommends the following pass:
HB 86, with amendments
The bill was referred to the Committees on Appropriations
and Finance & Taxation.
The Committee on Mental Health recommends the following
pass:
HB 195
The bill was referred to the Committee on Appropriations.


Engrossing Reports
April 13, 1967
Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-
HB 99
-with amendment, reports the amendment has been incor-
porated and the bill is herewith returned.

Irma Linn
Engrossing Clerk
-and the bill was ordered certified to the Senate.
April 13, 1967

Your Engrossing Clerk to whom was referred-

HB 36
-with amendments, reports the amendments have been in-
corporated and the bill is herewith returned.
Irma Linn
Engrossing Clerk
-and the bill was ordered certified to the Senate.


Adjournment

On motion by Mr. Rowell, the rules were waived and the
House adjourned at 12:47 P.M. to reconvene at 11:00 A.M. to-
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House of Representatives


PROCEEDINGS AT TALLAHASSEE OF THE FORTY-FIRST LEGISLATURE
[under the Constitution of 1885]
REGULAR SESSION



FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1967



The House was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore
at 11:00 A.M.
The following Members were recorded present:



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Featherstone Martinez, E. L.
Andrews Ferre Martinez, J. M.
Arnold Firestone Matthews
Ashler Fleece Mattox
Baker Fortune, E. M. McDonald
Bassett Fortune, J. McKinley
Beck Gallen McNulty
Bevis Gautier Middlemas
Bird Gibson Miers
Blalock Gillespie Mixson
Brantley Gissendanner Murphy
Briggs Gorman Myers
Brower Graham Nergard
Caldwell Grange Nichols
Campbell Grizzle Papy
Chappell Gustafson Pettigrew
Clark Harris Pfeiffer
Conway Hartnett Poorbaugh
Crabtree Hector Powell
Craig Hodes Pratt
Crider Holloway Prominski
Culbreath Humphrey Rainey
D'Alemberte Inman Randell
Danahy James Redman
Davis Kennelly Reed
De Young King Reedy
Dubbin Land Reeves
Ducker Lewis Register
Eddy Lindsey Robinson
Elmore Mann Rowell
Excused: Representative Osborne.
A quorum was present.


Prayer



Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
S afford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Turlington
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Prayer by the Honorable Donald L. Tucker:
Our Heavenly Father, we are grateful for the opportu-
nity that is ours to serve in the Legislature of the State
of Florida. We are grateful for the talents which Thou
has blessed us with. We pray that we might use these
talents, that we might use the authority that has been
vested in us by the people of this State, for the benefit
and blessing of the citizens of the State of Florida. Be
with us throughout this day, we pray, in the name of
Jesus Christ. Amen.



The Journal
The Journal of April 13 was ordered corrected and approved
as follows: On page 77, column 1, line 36 from top, strike
"for" and insert "of". On page 78, column 2, line 16 from top,
strike "of" and insert "or". On page 80, column 1, line 23
from bottom, between "six" and "(36,000)" insert "thousand".
In the roll calls on the passage of HB's 70, 38, 85, and 99,
after "Grange" insert "Grizzle".



Motions Relating to Committee Reference
On motion by Mr. Mixson, HB 314 was withdrawn from the
Calendar and from further consideration of the House.
On motion by Mr. Smith, HB's 243 and 252 which have been
referred to the Committee on Public Health & Welfare were
ordered referred also to the Committee on Public School Edu-
cation.
On motion by Mr. Dubbin, Chairman of Commerce, the Com-
mittee was granted an additional fourteen days for the con-
sideration of HB's 2, 59, 93, 94, 95, 96, and 97.
On point of order by Mr. Sessums, Vice-Chairman of Ap-
propriations, that HB's 317, 60, and 158 do not affect appropria-
tions, the bills were ordered withdrawn from that Committee.
HB 317 remains referred to the Committee on Labor; HB 60
which has been reported favorably by the Committee on Finance
& Taxation was placed on the calendar, and HB 158 remains
referred to the Committee on Public Roads & Highways.
At 11:08 A.M., Mr. Fleece gave fifteen minutes notice, pur-
suant to Rule 8.14, of his intention to request unanimous consent
to take up HB 20 out of its regular order.
On motion by Mr. Ashler, agreed to by two-thirds vote,
HB 7 was ordered withdrawn from the Committee on Finance
& Taxation and from further consideration of the House.


Co-introducers
Representative Ashler was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 199.
Representative Gillespie was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HB 163.
Representative Prominski was given permission to be recorded
as a co-introducer of HM 58.


INTRODUCTION AND REFERENCE

By Representative Elmore-
HB 325-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Okaloosa
county, construction; empowering the county board of public
instruction to construct athletic stadiums and buildings and to
issue and sell revenue certificates payable from receipts for
admissions to events in said stadiums and buildings; providing
an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 325.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Elmore-
HB 326-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Okaloosa
county, purchases; empowering the county board of public
instruction to enter into and make contracts for purchases of any
item for a sum not to exceed one thousand dollars ($1,000.00)
without requiring competitive bidding thereon; providing an ef-
fective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 326.



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-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representative Elmore-
HB 327-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Okaloosa
county, transportation of students; empowering the county
board of public instruction to use school buses which are the
property of said county for the purpose of transporting stu-
dents residing in Okaloosa county to the university of west
Florida in Escambia county and to establish rates to be
charged for each such passenger; providing an effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 327.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency.

By Representatives D'Alemberte, Stevens, Wolfson, Gillespie,
and Shaw-
HB 328-A bill to be entitled An act to establish the office
of ombudsman in Florida, providing for the creation of the
office of ombudsman; setting the qualifications and term of
office and salary; providing for the organization and powers
of the office; setting the immunities of the office and allowing
recommendations; requiring an annual report; providing an
appropriation and an effective date for the office.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.

By Representative Williams-
HB 329-A bill to be entitled An act relating to unemploy-
ment compensation; amending section 443.03(12)(b), Florida
Statutes, fixing the commencement of an individual's week of
unemployment; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Labor and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Featherstone, Matthews, Ferre, Firestone,
and Singleton--
HB 330-A bill to be entitled An act relating to linen sup-
pliers, registration of rental linen, garments, aprons, and
towels; providing a method of registration; making certain
uses of registered articles unlawful; providing a penalty; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce, Finance & Taxation and Appropriations.

By Representatives Reedy, Conway, Gillespie, Brower, Gissen-
danner, Murphy, Williams, Mattox, and Sessums-
HB 331-A bill to be entitled An act relating to motor vehicle
registration; amending sections 320.07(1), (3), 320.14 and
320.18, Florida Statutes; providing certain annual registration
periods; deleting a proviso relating to registration of vehicles
after certain periods of nonoperation; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Reedy, Conway, Savage, Williams, Smith,
Mattox, Murphy, Ryals, and Rust--
HB 332-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation
of traffic on highways; amending subsection 317.371(4), Florida
Statutes, relating to use of directional signals when starting
from a parked position; repealing subsection 317.291(3), Florida
Statutes; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.



By Representatives Reedy, Conway, Brower, Gissendanner,
Savage, Murphy, Williams, Mattox, Smith, and Rust-
HB 333-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation



April 14, 1967



HB 339-A bill to be entitled An act relating to transporta-
tion of school children; amending section 234.041, Florida Stat-
utes, relating to the endorsement of the certificate of title
in the sale of any school bus; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
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of traffic on the highway; amending subsection 317.291(1),
Florida Statutes, relating to overtaking on the left; providing
an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reedy, Conway, Gillespie, Yancey,
Brower, Gissendanner, Savage, Murphy, Baker, Williams,
Tillman, Mattox, Grizzle, Smith, and Rust-
HB 334-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation
of traffic on highways; amending chapter 317, Florida Stat-
utes; providing for all school buses to meet the requirements
of chapter 234 under regulations prescribed by the department
of public safety; providing for physical requirements for school
bus drivers; providing for annual inspection of school buses;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reedy, Gibson, Conway, Gillespie,
Brower, Gissendanner, Savage, Murphy, Williams, Tillman,
Mattox, Smith, and Rust-
HB 335-A bill to be entitled An act relating to traffic-con-
trol signal devices, turns on red; amending section 317.061(3)
(a), Florida Statutes; providing for certain turns on red; au-
thorizing local authorities to prohibit such turns; and provid-
ing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reedy, Gibson, Conway, Gillespie, Yancey,
Brower, Gissendanner, Savage, Murphy, Baker, Tillman,
Williams, Mattox, and Rust-
HB 336-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the federal
highway safety act of 1966; authorizing the governor to con-
tract and cooperate with federal and state agencies in obtain-
ing the benefits of the federal highway safety act of 1966 for
Florida; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads & Highways.

By Representatives Reedy, Yancey, Gissendanner, Savage,
Murphy, Williams, and Rust-
HB 337-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation
of traffic on highways; revising section 317.221, Florida Stat-
utes; providing a change in speed limits on certain highways
for certain types of vehicles; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety..

By Representatives Reedy, Conway, Gillespie, Brower,
Gissendanner, Savage, Ducker, Bassett, J. Fortune, Murphy,
Baker, Williams, Mattox, and Rust-
HB 338-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the regula-
tion of motor vehicles, trucks; amending chapter 317, Florida
Statutes, by adding section 317.602 to require owners, licensees
and drivers of trucks hauling sand, gravel, dirt, and marl to
have the trucks equipped with and covered by tarpaulins or
similar covers when on public highways; and providing an
effective date.
--was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reedy, Gibson, Conway, Gillespie, Yancey,
Brower, Gissendanner, Savage, Murphy, Baker, Williams,
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By Representatives Reedy, Gibson, Conway, Gillespie,
Savage, Murphy, Fleece, Baker, Williams, Mattox, Smith, and
Rust-
HB 340-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation of
traffic on highways; amending section 317.234, Florida Statutes;
providing for electronic, electrical, mechanical, or other speed
calculating devices; providing for power of arrest and admissi-
bility of evidence by authorizing arrest by peace officers operat-
ing such devices whether stationed on the ground or in the
air; providing for prima facie evidence; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reedy, Conway, Yancey, Savage, Murphy,
Mattox, Smith and Rust-
HB 341-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation
of traffic on highways; amending section 317.032, Florida Stat-
utes, relating to the sale and use of certain traffic-control de-
vices; authorizing the state road department to permit traffic-
control devices not in conformity with the uniform system;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Reedy, Conway, Gillespie, Yancey,
Brower, Gissendanner, Savage, Murphy, Baker, Mattox, Smith,
and Rust-
HB 342-A bill to be entitled An act relating to regulation
of traffic on highways; amending section 317.021, Florida Stat-
utes, relating to a manual for a uniform system of traffic-con-
trol devices; authorizing the road department to revise and up-
date the same; authorizing the road department to call upon
various governmental agencies for assistance in so doing; pro-
viding an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Safety.

By Representatives Matthews, Wolfson, Baker, Brower, and
Sackett-
HJR 343-A joint resolution proposing An amendment to
Article IV of the Constitution of Florida; amending Section 3
to provide for a lieutenant governor; amending Section 12 to
provide for the lieutenant governor's membership on the parole
board; amending Section 19 to provide that the lieutenant gov-
ernor succeed the governor in event of his death, resignation,
or inability to act; amending Section 20 to include in the gov-
ernor's cabinet a lieutenant governor and providing for the
term of his office; adding a new section designated Section 20A,
providing for the duties of the lieutenant governor; amending
Section 29 relating to salaries of cabinet officers; adding a new
section designated Section 29A providing for compensation to
acting governor.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary A and Appropriations.

By Representatives Matthews, Wolfson, Baker, Brower, and
Myers--
HB 344-A bill to be entitled An act establishing minimum
wages in Florida; excluding certain establishments; providing
by regulation for employment of handicapped workers, learn-
ers and apprentices; providing enforcement powers; providing
remedies for employees; providing penalties; providing an ef-
fective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Labor and Appropriations.

By Representatives Matthews and Gautier-



HB 345-A bill to be entitled An act relating to trading
stamps; amending chapter 559, Florida Statutes, by adding
section 559.07, providing that purchasers of retail merchandise
or services have the option of taking trading stamps or price
discount; providing an effective date.



April 14, 1967



-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Redman, Hodes, Pratt, Crabtree, Regis-
ter, Rust, Reed, Rude, De Young, Humphrey, Poorbaugh, James,
Ryals, Featherstone, Sackett, and Singleton-
HB 346-A bill to be entitled An act relating to state de-
partment of public welfare, assistance; providing that accept-
ance of public assistance payments after certain date shall
constitute debt of recipient; providing for filing of claims by
welfare department against estate of recipient for collection
of such debt; providing period for filing of such claim; provid-
ing exemption for homestead property; providing for notice to
recipients; providing for disposition of funds collected; pro-
viding administrative powers; providing effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare, Appropriations, and Fi-
nance & Taxation.

By Representatives Redman, Gallen, Miers, Stafford, Robin-
son, Fleece, Murphy, Savage, Harris, Featherstone, Sackett,
Singleton, Crabtree, and McKinley-

HB 347-A bill to be entitled An act relating to writs of
garnishment; amending section 222.11, Florida Statutes; pre-
scribing when and under what conditions writs of garnishment
may issue; providing for service and default; establishing rates
of withholding; providing exceptions, modifications of writs
and priorities; establishing procedure; providing an effective
date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary A and Appropriations.

By Representatives Tillman, Gillespie, Conway, and McKin-
ley-
HB 348-A bill to be entitled An act relating to tax assess-
ments and tax sales; amending section 193.41, Florida Statutes,
by designating present section as subsection (1) and adding
subsection (2) to provide alternative method for payment of
taxes on a quarterly basis; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Ad Valorem Taxation.

By Representatives Tillman, McKinley, and Crabtree-
HB 349-A bill to be entitled An act relating to institutions
of higher learning; authorizing a study to be made to determine
the feasibility of establishing a two-year degree granting insti-
tution in Sarasota county.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Higher Education and Appropriations.

By Representatives D'Alemberte, Wolfson, Gautier, and
Stevens-
HB 350-A bill to be entitled An act to amend Section
193.201, Florida Statutes, creating county agricultural zoning
boards; providing that boards of county commissioners, tax
assessors and agricultural agents shall be members thereof;
providing boards to zone all agricultural lands in county on an
annual basis; providing for a return of agricultural lands;
providing for reclassification of lands zoned agricultural and
standards therefore; providing definitions of agricultural lands;
providing factors to be used in assessing agricultural lands.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Agriculture and Ad Valorem Taxation.

By Representatives Papy and Brantley-



HB 351-A bill to be entitled An act creating a legislative
bill drafting department; amending chapter 11, F. S., to pro-
vide for its operation by the legislature through the legislative
council; amending section 16.44, Florida Statutes, to remove
legislative drafting from the attorney general's office; provid-
ing an effective date.











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-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Rules & Calendar and Appropriations.

By Representatives Hector, D'Alemberte, Gautier, Baker,
Ferre, Gissendanner, and Graham-
HB 352-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the uniform
commercial code; repealing section 676.6-106, Florida Statutes,
which provides for application of proceeds; providing an effec-
tive date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.

By Representatives Lewis, Myers, Brower, and Williams-
HB 353-A bill to be entitled An act relating to firemen
and police, collective bargaining law; establishing the right to
organize and bargain collectively; defining certain terms; pro-
viding for recognition of bargaining agent; providing for arbi-
tration of disputes by an arbitration board; providing for
composition of hearings by and expenses of the board; providing
that the decisions of the board shall be advisory; defining col-
lective bargaining contract; providing for requests for collective
bargaining; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Local Government and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Craig, Reedy, and Beck-
HR 354-A resolution commemorating the passing of the
Honorable Charles F. Usina of St. Johns County.
-was read the first time in full and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.

By Representatives Craig, Reedy, and Beck-
HB 355-A bill to be entitled An act relating to excise and
license taxes and merchandise vending machines; amending
chapter 205, Florida statutes, by adding thereto section 205.633;
exempting coin-operated vending machines which dispense only
newspapers, and the operators of such machines, from the pay-
ment of all excise or license taxes, pertaining to such machines,
to the state or any county or municipality thereof; and provid-
ing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Commerce and Finance & Taxation.

By Representatives Craig, Reedy, and Beck-
HB 356-A bill to be entitled An act providing for limitation
of causes of action for libel, slander, invasion of privacy, or
other tort founded upon any single publication or exhibition
or utterance; providing that recovery in any such action shall
include all damages for any such tort; providing for the time
and place of accrual of such causes of action; and providing
that under certain circumstances a judgment in any jurisdic-
tion shall bar any other such action; providing for severability
of its provisions; providing for an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.

By Representatives Land, Crider, and Nichols--
HB 357-A bill to be entitled An act relating to municipali-
ties and counties, future development; empowering the govern-
ing authorities of the several incorporated municipalities and
counties of the state, individually or jointly, to plan for future
development, to adopt, amend or revise comprehensive plans
to guide future development, implementing such comprehen-
sive plans to authorize incorporated municipalities and counties,
individually or jointly, to enact and enforce zoning and sub-
division regulations and to adopt and enforce building, plumb-
ing, electrical, gas, fire, safety, and sanitary codes; stating
the purpose and intent of the act; defining certain terms used
in the act; setting out the areas and jurisdictions which may
qualify to use the provisions of the act; providing for the
establishment, composition terms of office, officers, powers and



duties, procedures and maintenance of planning commissions
and their staffs; setting out the method of adoption and the



April 14, 1967



By Representative Wolfson-
HB 362-A bill to be entitled An act relating to department
of public welfare; amending section 409.411, Florida Statutes,
by allowing one other than family to act in behalf of incompe-
tent; providing an effective date.



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legal status of a comprehensive plan; providing for review
and amendment of a comprehensive plan; setting out the
scope of regulatory authority through zoning as a means of
comprehensive plan implementation; setting procedures for
the establishment of zoning districts; providing for the method
of amendment of a zoning ordinance; providing for the estab-
lishment, composition, terms of office, officers, powers and
duties, procedures and maintenance of boards of adjustment
and their staffs; providing for review by the courts of deci-
sions of boards of adjustment; setting out the scope of regu-
latory authority to adopt and enforce regulations for land
subdivision as a means of comprehensive plan implementation;
authorizing the adoption of subdivision regulations; providing
procedures for approval of subdivision plans and plats; pro-
viding penalties for transfer of lots in unapproved subdivi-
sions; authorizing the reversion of subdivided land to acreage
and setting procedures therefore; authorizing the adoption and
enforcement of building, plumbing, electrical, gas, fire, safety,
and sanitary codes and authorizing the adoption of such codes
by reference as a means of comprehensive plan implementa-
tion; providing that this act is to be liberally construed to
accomplish its stated purposes; providing that an incorporated
municipality or county, jointly or individually, must take for-
mal action to proceed under this act before utilizing the au-
thority conferred by this act; providing that regulations and
codes adopted by an incorporated municipality or county under
previous legislative authority shall remain in effect until super-
seded by regulations and codes adopted under authority of this
act; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Pettigrew, Alvarez, Andrews, Arnold,
Brower, Conway, Elmore, Featherstone, E. M. Fortune, Gau-
tier, Gillespie, Graham, Harris, Hartnett, Holloway, Miers,
Myers, Matthews, Papy, Randell, Reedy, Rowell, Sackett, Scar-
borough, Shaw, Singleton, and Walker-
HB 358-A bill to be entitled An act relating to jurors, pay;
amending section 40.24, Florida Statutes, by increasing the per
diem and mileage of jurors appearing in certain courts of
this state; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Judiciary C and Appropriations.

By Representative Yarborough-
HB 359-A bill to be entitled An act relating to flood control;
amending section 378.16(3), Florida Statutes, limiting the use
of eminent domain power for recreational planning and develop-
ment to lands that are also necessary for water storage pur-
poses; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.

By Representative Yarborough-
HB 360-A bill to be entitled An act relating to flood control;
amending section 378.28(4), Florida Statutes; to enable flood
by action of the governing board; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.

By Representative Yarborough-
HB 361--A bill to be entitled An act relating to flood control;
amending sections 378.01(3) and 378.16(1), Florida Statutes;
providing authority to minimize salt water intrusion and to
impound waters for that purpose and other beneficial purposes;
providing for use of such water; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary C.











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-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 363-A bill to be entitled An act relatingto the depart-
ment of public welfare; amending section 409.09, Florida Stat-
utes, by deleting requirement that district boards annually re-
view case files; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 364-A bill to be entitled An act relating to public wel-
fare; amending chapter 409, Florida Statutes, by adding sec-
tions 409.184 and 409.185, establishing aid to families with de-
pendent children whose parents are unemployed; authorizing
executive agreements between state agencies to implement this
act; appropriating funds; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.

By Representative Wolfson-
HB 365-A bill to be entitled An act relating to department
of public welfare; amending section 409.18(3)(a)7., (e), (f)
and (g), Florida Statutes, providing a basis for determining
suitability of home and method for placement of dependent
child; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Health & Welfare and Appropriations.

By Representative Briggs-
HB 366-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Escambia
county; authorizing the establishment of a county extension
council by the board of county commissioners; providing for
appointment of members; outlining the powers and duties of
said council; authorizing payment of expenses; providing an
effective date.
Evidence of notice and publication was
established by the House as to HB 366.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Local Government.

By Representatives Craig, Beck, and Reedy-
HB 367-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the depart-
ment of public safety; providing for a highway patrol station
to be located in St. Johns county; providing an appropriation;
providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on Public Safety and Appropriations.

By Representatives Matthews, D'Alemberte and Sackett-
HB 368-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Florida egg
commission, abolishment; repealing chapter 504, Florida Stat-
utes, transferring the duties and responsibilities of the Florida
egg commission to the department of agriculture; transferring
to said department assets and unexpended funds or appropria-
tions of the abolished commission; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.

By Representatives King, Gustafson, Eddy, Prominski,
J. M. Martinez, Gissendanner, Brower, Bird, Rude and Cald-
well-



HB 369-A bill to be entitled An act relating to narcotics,
exceptions; amending section 398.09(1)(a), and (3)(a), Florida
Statutes; providing for elimination of certain medicinal prep-
arations as exceptions; providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.



Is



REPORT OF INTERIM COMMITTEE
ON JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
Representative Savage reported that the Interim Com-
mittee on Juvenile Delinquency has completed its work and
has filed a report with the Clerk of the House. A copy was
placed on each Member's desk for his consideration.


CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE BILLS OF A
LOCAL NATURE ON SECOND READING
HB 25-A bill to be entitled An act designating and naming
a certain highway in Dade County as Interama Boulevard;
providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Brower, the rules were waived and HB 25
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Bird
Andrews Blalock
Arnold P.rantley
Ashler Briggs
Baker Brower
Bassett Caldwell
Beck Campbell
Bevis Chappell



Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy



Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre



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By Representatives King, Gustafson, Eddy, Prominski,
J. M. Martinez, and Caldwell-
HB 370-A bill to be entitled An act relating to forcible entry
and unlawful detainer; providing for trial before the court when
jury trial not demanded; providing for entry of a default when
defendant does not respond to summons; providing for plead-
ings by the defendant; providing for entry of judgment after
default and for methods for service of process; providing an
effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary A.

By Representative Yarborough-
HB 371-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the rates
of per diem for state cabinet members, legislators, other state
officers and state employees; amending Section 112.061 (6),
Florida Statutes, to increase the per diem rates of cabinet
members, legislators, other state officers and state employees;
providing for an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
miittees on State Governmental Organization & Efficiency and
Appropriations.

By Representatives Ashler and Wells-
HB 372-A bill to be entitled An act relating to teachers
of barbering; amending chapter 476, Florida Statutes, by add-
ing section 476.061, prescribing the qualifications for issuance
of certificates of registration to teachers of barbering and
authorizing re-examination of applicants failing to pass ex-
amination.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Health & Welfare.


REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS
& CONDUCT
The House Committee on Standards and Conduct, at the
call of the Chairman, held a joint meeting with the Senate
Committee on Ethics and Privileged Business in the House
Chamber at 2:00 P.M., April 13, 1967, to hear final report
and recommendations of Lay Committee on Ethics appointed
by Speaker of the House and President of the Senate. No
other action was taken. All members of the House Committee
were present.











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JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
Nays-None



Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz



Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 113-A bill to be entitled An act designating and naming
a portion of state road 10 (U.S. 90) in Columbia county as
the James A. Brewer highway; providing for suitable plaques
to be erected thereon by the state road department; providing an
effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Tyre, the rules were waived and HB 113
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Elmore Martinez, E. L.
Andrews Featherstone Martinez, J. M.
Arnold Ferre Matthews
Ashler Firestone Mattox
Baker Fleece McDonald
Bassett Fortune, E. M. McKinley
Beck Fortune, J. McNulty
Bevis Gallen Middlemas
Bird Gautier Miers
Blalock Gibson Mixson
Brantley Gillespie Murphy
Briggs Gissendanner Myers
Brower Gorman Nergard
Caldwell Grange Nichols
Campbell Grizzle Papy
Chappell Gustafson Pettigrew
Clark Hartnett Pfeiffer
Conway Hector Poorbaugh
Crabtree Hodes Powell
Craig Holloway Pratt
Crider Humphrey Prominski
Culbreath Inman Rainey
D'Alemberte James Randell
Danahy Kennelly Redman
Davis King Reed
De Young Land Reedy
Dubbin Lewis Reeves
Ducker Lindsey Register
Eddy Mann Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 177-A bill to be entitled An act to amend chapter 28-955,
laws of Florida, special acts of 1953, the same being "an act
creating and establishing a municipality to be known as City of
Bunnell, Flagler County, Florida;" by adding a new Section 138
and renumbering present Section 138-140 inclusive to Section
139-141 inclusive, said Section to provide that the City of
Bunnell expend for advertising purposes a sum not to exceed
ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED and no/100 ($1,500.00)
DOLLARS per year from General Revenues of the City; re-
pealing all laws that conflict herewith; providing when this act
shall take effect.
-was taken up.



On motions by Mr. Craig, the rules were waived and HB 177
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-114



King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 171-A bill to be entitled An act relating to payment of
fees and commissions to the clerk of the circuit court in any
county of the state having a population of not less than three
hundred fifty thousand (350,000) nor more than three hundred
eighty-five thousand (385,000) inhabitants according to the lat-
est official decennial census; providing that the clerk of the
circuit court in such counties may accept checks for payment
of any fees or commissions provided by any law for compensa-
tion for services rendered by his office in connection with any
of his official duties or functions; providing that the clerk of
the circuit court in such counties may deduct from his excess
fees paid to the board of county commissioners the amount of
any checks so received in payment of fees or commissions which
shall remain uncollected after exercise of due diligence by the
clerk to collect such checks and thereupon the county may insti-
tute suit to recover the amount of such checks; repealing all
laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith; providing an effective
date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB 171
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:

Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway



pro tempore
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.



Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King



Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Elmore Martinez, E. L.
Andrews Featherstone Martinez, J. M.
Arnold Ferre Matthews
Ashler Firestone Mattox
Baker Fleece McDonald
Bassett Fortune, E. M. McKinley
Beck Fortune, J. McNulty
Bevis Gallen Middlemas
Bird Gautier Miers
Blalock Gibson Mixson
Brantley Gillespie Murphy
Briggs Gissendanner Myers
Brower Gorman Nergard
Caldwell Grange Nichols
Campbell Grizzle Papy
Chappell Gustafson Pettigrew
Clark Hartnett Pfeiffer
Conway Hector Poorbaugh
Crabtree Hodes Powell
Craig Holloway Pratt
Crider Humphrey Prominski
Culbreath Inman Rainey
D'Alemberte James Randell
Danahy Kennelly Redman
Davis King Reed
De Young Land Reedy
Dubbin Lewis Reeves
Ducker Lindsey Register
Eddy Mann Robinson
Nays-None



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April 14, 1967



Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed



Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough



Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman



Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 173-A bill to be entitled An act relating to clerks of
circuit court, fees and fee accounts; validating the fees and fee
accounts in civil cases of clerks of the circuit court in counties
with a population of not less than three hundred fifty thousand
(350,000) and not more than three hundred eighty-five thou-
sand (385,000) inhabitants, according to the latest official de-
cennial census; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB 173
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Elmore
Andrews Featherstone
Arnold Ferre
Ashler Firestone
Baker Fleece
Bassett Fortune, E. M.
Beck Fortune, J.
Bevis Gallen
Bird Gautier
Blalock Gibson
Brantley Gillespie
Briggs Gissendanner
Brower Gorman
Caldwell Grange
Campbell Grizzle
Chappell Gustafson
Clark Hartnett
Conway Hector
Crabtree Hodes
Craig Holloway
Crider Humphrey
Culbreath Inman
D'Alemberte James
Danahy Kennelly
Davis King
De Young Land
Dubbin Lewis
Ducker Lindsey
Eddy Mann
Nays-None



Martinez, E. L. Rowell
Martinez, J. M. Rude
Matthews Rust
Mattox Ryals
McDonald Sackett
McKinley Savage
McNulty Scarborough
Middlemas Schultz
Miers Sessums
Mixson Shadley
Murphy Shaw
Myers Singleton
Nergard Spicola
Nichols Stafford
Papy Stallings
Pettigrew Stevens
Pfeiffer Sweeny
Poorbaugh Tillman
Powell Tucker
Pratt Tyre
Prominski Wells
Rainey Whitson
Randell Williams
Redman Wolfson
Reed Yancey
Reedy Yarborough
Reeves
Register
Robinson



The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 223-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter 29609,
special laws of Florida, 1953, as amended, being the charter
of the city of Wilton Manors, Florida, by limiting the bonds
of the city which require a freeholder election to bonds payable
from ad valorem taxes; by increasing the amount of said bonds
which may be issued and outstanding at any time from $2,000,-
000 to $5,000,000; by providing that said bonds may be author-
ized by a majority of the votes cast in an election in which a
majority of the freeholders who are qualified electors residing
in the city shall participate; by providing for the manner of
execution of said bonds; by providing that revenue bonds and
certificates may be additionally secured by any revenue sources
of the city pledged therefore except ad valorem taxes; and re-
pealing the requirement that the levy of ad valorem taxes
against real property shall be subject to freeholder approval;
providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Prominski, the rules were waived and
HB 223 was read the second time by title, the third time in
full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:



Yeas-114

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



pro tempore
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy

Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None

The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.

HB 263-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Pinellas
County empowering the Board of County Commissioners to
adopt regulations to prescribe practices for the safeguarding
to a reasonable degree of life and property from the hazards
of fire and explosion arising from the storage, handling and
use of hazardous substances, materials and devices, and from
conditions hazardous to life or property in the use or occupancy
of buildings or premises; providing funds for the administra-
tion of such regulations; providing that the actual expense
of accomplishing corrections of hazards in violation of such
regulations, if done with public funds, shall become a lien
against the property, real or personal, so improved; providing
for enforcement; providing an effective date.

-was taken up.

On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB
263 was read the second time by title, the third time in full
and passed, title as stated. The vote was:



Yeas-114

Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis



pro tempore
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey



Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer



Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola



92











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Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny



Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells



Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey



Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 265-A bill to be entitled An act to amend Section 39 of
the Municipal Charter of the City of Clearwater, Pinellas Coun-
ty, Florida, being Chapter 9710, Special Acts of Florida, 1923,
by providing that bonds or security for appearance before the
municipal court shall be for no more than $500.00; providing
for the severability of the provisions hereof; providing for the
repeal of all laws in conflict herewith and providing for the
effective date hereof.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB
265 was read the second time by title, the third time in full
and passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Elmore Martinez, E. L.
Andrews Featherstone Martinez, J. M.
Arnold Ferre Matthews
Ashler Firestone Mattox
Baker Fleece McDonald
Bassett Fortune, E. M. McKinley
Beck Fortune, J. McNulty
Bevis Gallen Middlemas
Bird Gautier Miers
Blalock Gibson Mixson
Brantley Gillespie Murphy
Briggs Gissendanner Myers
Brower Gorman Nergard
Caldwell Grange Nichols
Campbell Grizzle Papy
Chappell Gustafson Pettigrew
Clark Hartnett Pfeiffer
Conway Hector Poorbaugh
Crabtree Hodes Powell
Craig Holloway Pratt
Crider Humphrey Prominski
Culbreath Inman Rainey
D'Alemberte James Randell
Danahy Kennelly Redman
Davis King Reed
De Young Land Reedy
Dubbin Lewis Reeves
Ducker Lindsey Register
Eddy Mann Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
HB 266-A bill to be entitled An act to amend Section 37 of
the Municipal Charter of the City of Clearwater, Pinel-
las County, Florida, being Chapter 9710, Special Acts of
Florida, 1923, as amended by Chapter 24432, Special Acts
of Florida, 1947, by providing for the appointment of a
Clerk of the Municipal Court and defining his duties and
powers; providing for the procedure for the appoint-
ment of Deputy Clerks of the Municipal Court and defining
their powers and duties; and to amend Section 42 of the Mu-
nicipal Charter of the City of Clearwater, Pinellas County,
Florida, being Chapter 9710, Special Acts of Florida, 1923, by
providing for the procedure for the report of arrests and com-
mittals; providing for the severability of the provisions hereof;
providing for the repeal of all laws in conflict herewith and
providing for the effective date hereof.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Rainey, the rules were waived and HB 266
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Baker
Andrews Bassett
Arnold Beck
Ashler Bevis



Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs



Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell



Clark Gorman
Conway Grange
Crabtree Grizzle
Craig Gustafson
Crider Hartnett
Culbreath Hector
D'Alemberte Hodes
Danahy Holloway
Davis Humphrey
De Young Inman
Dubbin James
Ducker Kennelly
Eddy King
Elmore Land
Featherstone Lewis
Ferre Lindsey
Firestone Mann
Fleece Martinez, E. L.
Fortune, E. M. Martinez, J. M.
Fortune, J. Matthews
Gallen Mattox
Gautier McDonald
Gibson McKinley
Gillespie McNulty
Gissendanner Middlemas



93



Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals



Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.


CONSIDERATION OF SENATE BILLS OF A LOCAL
NATURE ON SECOND READING
SB 108-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Temple Terrace; authorizing city to abate weeds, grass and
underbrush as nuisances; providing for a lien for the cost to
be placed on property involved; providing for written notice to
the owner of property; providing for method of collection of
liens.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Spicola, the rules were waived and SB
108 was read the second time by title, the third time in full
and passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



pro tempore
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
SB 112-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Tampa, Hillsborough county, pension; amending section 1 of
chapter 26253, Laws of Florida, 1949, by increasing the amount











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of pension paid by said city to Dave King; repealing chapters
57-1892 and 63-1974, Laws of Florida; providing an effective
date.

-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Sessuns, the rules were waived and
SB 112 was read the second time by title, the third time
in full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:



pro tempore
Elmore Martinez, E. L.
Featherstone Martinez, J. M.
Ferre Matthews
Firestone Mattox
Fleece McDonald
Fortune, E. M. McKinley
Fortune, J. McNulty
Gallen Middlemas
Gautier Miers
Gibson Mixson
Gillespie Murphy
Gissendanner Myers
Gorman Nergard
Grange Nichols
Grizzle Papy
Gustafson Pettigrew
Hartnett Pfeiffer
Hector Poorbaugh
Hodes Powell
Holloway Pratt
Humphrey Prominski
Inman Rainey
James Randell
Kennelly Redman
King Reed
Land Reedy
Lewis Reeves
Lindsey Register
,Mann Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None

The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.

SB 69-A bill to be entitled An act relating to city of Tampa,
Hillsborough county, municipal elections; amending section 17
of chapter 15533, Laws of Florida, 1931, as amended by chapter
65-2302, Laws of Florida, providing new dates for municipal
elections and assumption of offices by elected officials; amend-
ing section 34 of chapter 15533, Laws of Florida, 1931, to include
the use of voting machines; amending section 11 of chapter
31315, Laws of Florida, 1955, by authorizing further campaign
expenditures; providing an effective date.

-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Mann, the rules were waived and
SB 69 was read the second time by title, the third time
in full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:

Yeas-114



pro tempore
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie



Gissendanner
Gorman
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Hollomway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.



Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey



Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude

Nays-None



Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw



Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre



Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.

SB 109-A bill to be entitled An act relating to appropriation
of certain funds from the compensation of the clerks of the
circuit courts and courts of record in all counties of the state
having a population of not less than three hundred ninety
thousand (390,000) and not more than four hundred fifty thou-
sand (450,000), according to the latest official decennial census;
amending sections 1, 4, 5, 7 and 8 of chapter 63-1047, Laws of
Florida; providing sum to be charged by the clerk to parties
instituting suit in circuit court, authorizing the board of county
commissioners to appropriate sum to legal aid bureau; author-
izing use of legal aid funds for legal aid bureau partially sup-
ported by federal funds and for a legal aid program coordinated
with that of a legal aid bureau supported by federal funds;
providing an effective date.

-was taken up.

On motions by Mr. Danahy, the rules were waived and
SB 109 was read the second time by title, the third time
in full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:

Yeas-114



Yeas-114
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



pro tempore
Elmore Martinez, E. L.
Featherstone Martinez, J. M.
Ferre Matthews
Firestone Mattox
Fleece McDonald
Fortune, E. M. McKinley
Fortune, J. McNulty
Gallen Middlemas
Gautier Miers
Gibson Mixson
Gillespie Murphy
Gissendanner Myers
Gorman Nergard
Grange Nichols
Grizzle Papy
Gustafson Pettigrew
Hartnett Pfeiffer
Hector Poorbaugh
Hodes Powell
Holloway Pratt
Humphrey Prominski
Inman Rainey
James Randell
Kennelly Redman
King Reed
Land Reedy
Lewis Reeves
Lindsey Register
Mann Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None

The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.

SB 106-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city
of Tampa, Hillsborough county, appeals from the municipal
court; amending section 10, chapter 61-2924, Laws of Florida,
by providing for enforcement and forfeiture of supersedeas
bonds in such appeals; providing for entry of judgment on
supersedeas bonds; providing an effective date.

-was taken up.

On motions by Mr. Register, the rules were waived and
SB 106 was read the second time by title, the third time
in full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:



94



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig











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Yeas-114
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



pro tempore
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey
Mann



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nayg-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
SB 111-A bill to be entitled An act relating to the city of
Tampa, firemen and policemen pension fund; providing in cer-
tain instances that some members of said fund having served in
the offices of the state attorney or county solicitor for Hills-
borough county may have such period included in their credit-
able service determination for purposes of retirement benefits;
providing effective date.

-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. E. L. Martinez, the rules were waived
and SB 111 was read the second time by title, the third time
in full and passed, title as stated. The vote was:

Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Elmore
Andrews Featherstone
Arnold Ferre
Ashler Firestone
Baker Fleece
Bassett Fortune, E. M.
Beck Fortune, J.
Bevis Gallen
Bird Gautier
Blalock Gibson
Brantley Gillespie
Briggs Gissendanner
Brower Gorman
Caldwell Grange
Campbell Grizzle
Chappell Gustafson
Clark Hartnett
Conway Hector
Crabtree Hodes
Craig Holloway
Crider Humphrey
Culbreath Inman
D'Alemberte James
Danahy Kennelly
Davis King
De Young Land
Dubbin Lewis
Ducker Lindsey
Eddy Mann



Martinez, E. L. Rowell
Martinez, J. M. Rude
Matthews Rust
Mattox Ryals
McDonald Sackett
McKinley Savage
McNulty Scarborough
Middlemas Schultz
Miers Sessums
Mixson Shadley
Murphy Shaw
Myers Singleton
Nergard Spicola
Nichols Stafford
Papy Stallings
Pettigrew Stevens
Pfeiffer Sweeny
Poorbaugh Tillman
Powell Tucker
Pratt Tyre
Prominski Wells
Rainey Whitson
Randell Williams
Redman Wolfson
Reed Yancey
Reedy Yarborough
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Danahy Hector
Andrews Davis Hodes
Arnold De Young Holloway
Ashler Dubbin Humphrey
Baker Ducker Inman
Bassett Eddy James
Beck Elmore Kennelly
Bevis Featherstone King
Bird Ferre Land
Blalock Firestone Lewis
Brantley Fleece Lindsey
Briggs Fortune, E. M. Mann
Brower Fortune, J. Martinez, E. L.
Caldwell Gallen Martinez, J. M.
Campbell Gautier Matthews
Chappell Gibson Mattox
Clark Gillespie McDonald
Conway Gissendanner McKinley
Crabtree Gorman McNulty
Craig Grange Middlemas
Crider Grizzle Miers
Culbreath Gustafson Mixson
D'Alemberte Hartnett Murphy



Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett



95



SB 105-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
county; providing for the combination of county water and
sewer systems into a single consolidated system; providing an
effective date.

-was taken up.

On motions by Mr. Ryals, the rules were waived and SB
105 was read the second time by title, the third time in full
and passed, title as stated. The vote was:

Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Elmore Martinez, E. L.
Andrews Featherstone Martinez, J. M.
Arnold Ferre Matthews
Ashler Firestone Mattox
Baker Fleece McDonald
Bassett Fortune, E. M. McKinley
Beck Fortune, J. McNulty
Bevis Gallen Middlemas
Bird Gautier Miers
Blalock Gibson Mixson
Brantley Gillespie Murphy
Briggs Gissendanner Myers
Brower Gorman Nergard
Caldwell Grange Nichols
Campbell Grizzle Papy
Chappell Gustafson Pettigrew
Clark Hartnett Pfeiffer
Conway Hector Poorbaugh
Crabtree Hodes Powell
Craig Holloway Pratt
Crider Humphrey Prominski
Culbreath Inman Rainey
D'Alemberte James Randell
Danahy Kennelly Redman
Davis King Reed
De Young Land Reedy
Dubbin Lewis Reeves
Ducker Lindsey Register
Eddy Mann Robinson



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.

SB 116-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
county; repealing section 6, chapter 24592, Laws of Florida,
1947, which provides for a county zoning commission; providing
effective date.

-was taken up.

On motions by Mr. Redman, the rules were waived and SB
116 was read the second time by title, the third time in full
and passed, title as stated. The vote was:

Yeas-114











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Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw



Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny



Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams



Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.
SB 110-A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough
county hospital and welfare board; amending section 9, chapter
63-1402, Laws of Florida, to provide that a member of the
board of county commissioners of Hillsborough county other
than the chairman may serve as a member of the hospital and
welfare board of said county; providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motions by Mr. Hodes, the rules were waived and SB
110 was read the second time by title, the third time in full
and passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-114



Mr. Speaker pro tempore
Alvarez Elmore
Andrews Featherstone
Arnold Ferre
Ashler Firestone
Baker Fleece
Bassett Fortune, E. M
Beck Fortune, J.
Bevis Gallen
Bird Gautier
Blalock Gibson
Brantley Gillespie
Briggs Gissendanner
Brower Gorman
Caldwell Grange
Campbell Grizzle
Chappell Gustafson
Clark Hartnett
Conway Hector
Crabtree Hodes
Craig Holloway
Crider Humphrey
Culbreath Inman
D'Alemberte James
Danahy Kennelly
Davis King
De Young Land
Dubbin Lewis
Ducker Lindsey
Eddy Mann



Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
:. McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pettigrew
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Prominski
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register
Robinson



Nays-None
The bill was ordered immediately certified to the Senate.

THE SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR
On motion by Mr. Rowell, the rules were waived by unanimous
consent and the House reverted to the order of-


INTRODUCTION AND REFERENCE

By Representatives Turlington, Alvarez, Andrews, Ashler,
Baker, Bassett, Beck, Bevis, Bird, Blalock, Brantley, Briggs,
Brower, Caldwell, Campbell, Chappell, Clark, Conway, Crab-
tree, Craig, Crider, Culbreath, D'Alemberte, Danahy, Davis, De
Young, Dubbin, Ducker, Eddy, Elmore, Featherstone, Ferre,
Firestone, Fleece, E. M. Fortune, J. Fortune, Gallen, Gautier,
Gibson, Gillespie, Gorman, Graham, Grange, Grizzle, Gustafson,
Harris, Hartnett, Hodes, Holloway, Humphrey, Inman, James,
Kennelly, King, Land, Lewis, Lindsey, Mann, E. L. Martinez,
J. M. Martinez, Matthews, Mattox, McDonald, McKinley, Mc-
Nulty, Middlemas, Miers, Mixson, Murphy, Myers, Nergard,
Nichols, Papy, Pfeiffer, Poorbaugh, Powell, Pratt, Rainey, Ran-
dell, Redman, Reed, Reedy, Reeves, Register, Robinson, Rowell,
Rude, Rust, Ryals, Savage, Scarborough, Sessums, Shadley,
Shaw, Singleton, Spicola, Stafford, Stallings, Stevens, Tillman,
Tucker, Tyre, Walker, Wells, Whitson, Williams, Wolfson, Yan-
cey, and Yarborough-



Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Wolfson
Yancey
Yarborough



HB 373-A bill to be entitled An act to adopt orange juice
as the official State beverage; and, providing an effective date.
-was read the first time by title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Citrus.
On motion by Mr. Mattox, agreed to by two-thirds vote, HB
373, was withdrawn from the Committee on Citrus and taken
up by unanimous consent.
On motions by Mr. Mattox, the rules were waived and HB 373
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:
Yeas-117



Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Eddy



Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land
Lewis
Lindsey



Mann Rude
Martinez, E. L. Rust
Martinez, J. M. Ryals
Matthews Sackett
Mattox Savage
McDonald Scarborough
McKinley Schultz
McNulty Sessums
Middlemas Shadley
Miers Shaw
Mixson Singleton
Murphy Smith
Myers Spicola
Nergard Stafford
Nichols Stallings
Papy Stevens
Pettigrew Sweeny
Pfeiffer Tillman
Poorbaugh Tucker
Powell Tyre
Pratt Walker
Rainey Wells
Randell Whitson
Redman Williams
Reed Wolfson
Reedy Yancey
Reeves Yarborough
Register
Robinson
Rowell



Nays-1
Prominski

The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.



MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:



April 13, 1967



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



HCR 269



HCR 50



HCR 268



Respectfully,
Edwin G. Fraser
Secretary of the Senate
And the House Concurrent Resolutions contained in the above
message were ordered enrolled.



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives



April 14, 1967



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



HB 121
HB 127
HB 128



HB 174
HB 179



HB 169
HB 170



Respectfully,
Edwin G. Fraser
Secretary of the Senate



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And the House Bills contained in the above message were
ordered enrolled.



The Honorable Ralph D. Turlington
Speaker, House of Representatives
Sir:



April 14, 1967



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

By Senator Pope and Others-
SB 234-A bill to be entitled An act to adopt orange juice as
the official State beverage; and, providing an effective date.
-and requests the concurrence of the House therein.
Respectfully,
Edwin G. Fraser
Secretary of the Senate
SB 234, contained in the above message, was read the first
time by title and referred to the Committee on Citrus.
On motion by Mr. Mattox, agreed to by two-thirds vote, SB
234, was withdrawn from the Committee on Citrus and taken
up by unanimous consent.
On motions by Mr. Mattox, the rules were waived and SB 234
was read the second time by title, the third time in full and
passed, title as stated. The vote was:



Yeas-115
Mr. Speaker
Alvarez
Andrews
Arnold
Ashler
Baker
Bassett
Beck
Bevis
Bird
Blalock
Brantley
Briggs
Brower
Caldwell
Campbell
Chappell
Clark
Conway
Crabtree
Craig
Crider
Culbreath
D'Alemberte
Danahy
Davis
De Young
Dubbin
Ducker
Nays-1
Prominski



Eddy
Elmore
Featherstone
Ferre
Firestone
Fleece
Fortune, E. M.
Fortune, J.
Gallen
Gautier
Gibson
Gillespie
Gissendanner
Gorman
Graham
Grange
Grizzle
Gustafson
Harris
Hartnett
Hector
Hodes
Holloway
Humphrey
Inman
James
Kennelly
King
Land



Lewis
Lindsey
Mann
Martinez, E. L.
Martinez, J. M.
Matthews
Mattox
McDonald
McKinley
McNulty
Middlemas
Miers
Mixson
Murphy
Myers
Nergard
Nichols
Papy
Pfeiffer
Poorbaugh
Powell
Pratt
Rainey
Randell
Redman
Reed
Reedy
Reeves
Register



Robinson
Rowell
Rude
Rust
Ryals
Sackett
Savage
Scarborough
Schultz
Sessums
Shadley
Shaw
Singleton
Smith
Spicola
Stafford
Stallings
Stevens
Sweeny
Tillman
Tucker
Tyre
Walker
Wells
Whitson
Williams
Yancey
Yarborough



The bill was ordered certified to the Senate.


UNFINISHED BUSINESS
HB 72-A bill to be entitled An act relating to subdivisions
abutting state highways; requiring approval by the state road
department; amending chapter 317, Florida Statutes, by adding
317.0114; providing an effective date.
-was taken up, pending roll call.
On motion by Mr. Nichols, the rules were waived and the
bill was placed back on second reading.
Representative Gallen offered the following amendment:
In Section 1, on page 1, line 2, following the word "property"
add the following: "or construct a shopping center"



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Mr. Gallen moved the adoption of the amendment.
Further consideration of the bill was temporarily deferred.


CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE GENERAL BILLS AND
JOINT RESOLUTIONS ON SECOND READING
HB 12-A bill to be entitled An act amending chapter 167,
Florida Statutes, relating to general powers of municipalities
by adding section 167.651, Florida Statutes, declaring the opera-
tion and maintenance of ambulance service to be a municipal
purpose; authorizing the use of municipal funds to carry out
such purpose; authorizing governing bodies of municipalities to
enter into agreements with other agencies for the operation and
maintenance of ambulance service and make payment there-
for with municipal funds; authorizing the making of a charge;
providing an effective date.
-was taken up.
On motion by Mr. Reedy, the rules were waived and HB 12
was read the second time by title.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, paragraph (e), line 1, following the
word "To" insert the following: "establish,"
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which
was adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, paragraph (f), strike: "free"
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, following paragraph (f), insert the
following: (3) Any contracts entered into prior to the effective
date of this act between the county commissioners and any other
governmental agency or private entity are ratified and confirmed
and shall be as enforceable as though entered into subsequent
to the effective date of this law.
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 1, on page 2, following paragraph (f), insert the
following: (4) As used in this section:
(a) "Ambulance" means a vehicle specially designed and
equipped as defined in section 877.07, Florida Statutes.
(b) "Ambulance service" means the transportation by am-
bulance of medically nonambulatory persons.
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Section 2, on page 2, strike "Section 2. This act shall take
effect immediately upon becoming a law." and insert the fol-
lowing: Section 2. This act shall take effect on May 1, 1967
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.
The 'Committee on Local Government offered the following
amendment:
In Title, line 14, following the words "the making of a
charge;" insert the following: "ratifying and confirming con-
tracts entered into prior to effective date of this act;"
Mr. Reedy moved the adoption of the amendment which was
adopted.



Representative Pettigrew offered the following amendment:
After Section 1, on page 2, line 15, add: Section 2. The au-



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