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REPORT 



OF THE 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



OF THE 



STATE OF FLORIDA 



For the Period Beginning January 1, 1937, and 
Ending December 31, 1938 




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GOVERNORS OF FLORIDA 



TERRITORIAL: 
Andrew Jackson — July, 1821 to 1822. 
William Duval— 1822 to 1834. 
John H. Eaton— 1834 to 1836. 
Richard K. Call— 1836 to 1839. 
Robert Raymond Reed — 1839 to 1841. 
Richard K. Call— 1841 to 1844. 
John Branch — 1844 to 1845. 

STATE : 
William D. Moseley— 1845 to 1849. 
Thomas Brown— 1849 to 1853. 
James E. Broome — 1853 to 1857. 
Madison S. Perry— 1857 to 1861. 
John Milton — 1861 to 1865. 
William Marvin— 1865 to 1866. 
David S. Walker— 1866 to 1868. 
Harrison Reed— 1868 to 1872. 
Samuel T, Day — (Acting, during impeachment proceedings 

against Governor Reed), 1872. 
OssiAN B. Hart— 1872 to 1873 (Died in office). 
Marcellus L. Stearns — (Acting, June to November), 1873. 
Marcellus L. Stearns — 1873 to 1877. 
George F. Drew— 1877 to 1881. 
William D. Bloxham— 1881 to 1885. 
Edward A. Perry— 1885 to 1889. 
Francis P. Fleming— 1889 to 1893. 
Henry L. Mitchell— 1893 to 1897. 
William D. Bloxham— 1897 to 1901. 
W. S. Jennings— 1901 to 1905. 
N. B. Broward— 1905 to 1909. 
Albert W. Gilchrist — 1909 to 1913. 
Park Trammell — 1913 to 1917. 
Sidney J. Catts— 1917 to 1921. 
Gary A. Hardee— 1921 to 1925. 
John W. Martin— 1925 to 1929. 
Doyle E. Carlton— 1929 to 1933. 
David Sholtz— 1933 to 1937. 
Fred P. Cone— 1937 to 1941. 



SECRETARIES OF STATE 



James T. Archer— From July 2i, 1845. to April 11, 1848. 

A. E. Maxwell— From April 11. 1848. to July 23, 1849. 

C. W. Downing— From July 23, 1849. to July 1. 1853. 

Fred L. Villepigue — From July 1. 1853, to January 13, 1863. 

Benjamin F. Allen — From January 13, 1863, to August 7, 
1868. 

George J. Alden — From August 7, 1868, to November 6, 1868. 

J. C. GiBBS — From November 6, 1868, to January 17, 1873. 

S. B. McLiN— From January 17, 1873, to January 3, 1877. 

W. D. Bloxham— From January 3, 1877, to October 1, 1880. 

F. W. A. Rankin. Jr. — From October 1. 1880, to January 21, 
1881. 

Jno. L. Crawford — From January 21, 1881, to January 25, 1902. 

H. Clay Crawford — From January 28, 1902, to September 21, 
1929. 

W. M. Igou— From September 23, 1929, to April 12, 1930. 

R. A. Gray — Commissioned ad interim April 12, 1930. Elected 
November 4, 1930, and commissioned November 17, 1930, 
for unexpired term. Re-elected and commissioned for four- 
year term beginning January 3, 1933. Re-elected and com- 
missioned for four-year term from January 5, 1937, to first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 



GOVERNOR 

FRED P. CONE 



SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. A. GRAY 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 

GEORGE COUPER GIBBS 



COMPTROLLER 

J. M. LEE 

STATE TREASURER 

W. V. KNOTT 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

COLIN ENGLISH 



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

NATHAN MAYO 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

OFFICE OF THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE OF FLORIDA 

Tallahassee, Florida, 
January 1, 1939. 

Honorable Fred P. Cone, 

Governor of Florida, 

Tallahassee, Florida. 

Dear Sir: 

In compliance with the requirements of law I have the honor 
to submit herewith my report of the transactions of this office 
for the years 1937 and 1938, together with certain information 
and suggestions. 

The size of this report has been materially reduced since I be- 
came Secretary of State, it now having been reduced about to 
the minimiMii. There is considerable demand for printed copies 
of this report and the calls on the office for miscellaneous in- 
formation are rapidly increasing. 

DUTIES OF THE OFFICE 
As stated in my report of two years ago the duties have grown 
both in variety and extent. The Secretary of State is not only 
charged with the carrying out of the original functions of the 
office in greatly increased volume, including the administration 
of the Primary and General Election Laws, but the office of 
Secretary of State is also the record office for all matters in re- 
lation to organization of corporations, the admission of foreign 
corporations and is now collecting under laws of comparatively 
recent date considerable revenues for the State. 

ELECTIONS 
In the last biennial report of this office attention was invited 
to the need for certain amendments to the primary election laws 
which would coordinate the several provisions with reference to 
the time when certain things have to be done. It is hoped the 
next Legislature will provide the amendments necessary to make 
the primary election laws function more smoothly. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 9 

This office also has the administration of the general election 
laws and there are numerous printed forms including the reg- 
istration books that are required to be furnished by the Secretary 
of State, but the last Legislature struck from the general appro- 
priation act the item of "General printing and advertising" from 
which appropriation the expense of printing these forms have 
heretofore been paid. The Legislature provided in lieu of the 
above an appropriation for the publication in the newspapers of 
the general election call and the proposed constitutional amend- 
ments. If the "general printing and advertising" item is not 
again placed in the general appropriation act then some provision 
must be made for the payment for printing the general election 
blank forms including registration books, as the supplies in the 
counties and in this office have become completely exhausted. 

CENTRAL RECORDS DIVISION 

It is recommended that the Legislature be requested to enact 
suitable legislation providing a Central Records Division for 
this office in which there would be filed information from the 
various licensing boards and professional examining boards and 
which these boards would be required to file with this office. Nu- 
merous requests are received for information of this type and it 
is necessary for me to take up with these various boards each 
item as the request comes in. Other States have the Central 
Records Division and find it advantageous for the public. 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERSHIP ON BOARDS 

The Secretary of State is Ex Officio member of a number of 
boards created either by the Constitution or by statute. Speak- 
ing from this viewpoint it is suggested that in the Statutory 
Boards the authority should be commensurate with the respon- 
sibility. For example — the members of the State Board of Con- 
servation have practically no authority and I think this Board 
should either be eliminated or else clothe them with authority 
to operate the department. 

From the experience and observation gained as a member of 
the State Board of Pardons I urgently recommend the enact- 
ment of suitable legislation for an adult probation system and a 



10 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

supervised parole system somewhat similar to the Federal sys- 
tem of probation and parole. I believe this would be a wiser 
method of handling numerous cases in the courts and before the 
pardon board and would mean a money saving as well. 

The Secretary of State is also an Ex Officio member of the 
Budget Commission. From several years experience in the work 
of that commission I think the report could be simplified if the 
law was amended to permit. Practically all of the statistical 
tables and the detailed figures now incorporated in that report 
are required by law to be included in it. This information is 
splendid reference material for a member of the Legislature and 
all others interested in the detailed and comprehensive study of 
the State's finances, but it is confusing to anyone who only has 
a very limited time in which to study the needs of the State in- 
stitutions, offices and departments. 

CIVIL SERVICE RECOMMENDED 

Two years ago in the report of this department I recommended 
that we begin on a limited scale and try out a State Civil Service. 
As one reason for such I stated at that time that it had been my 
observation over many years in the State service that "the high- 
est efficiency cannot be obtained if the employees labor under 
constant fear of losing their positions." I desire to repeat this 
recommendation. I think any efifort will be worth while which 
seeks to give stability to the tenure of clerical employees of the 
State. I would not recommend a law which did not provide for 
an executive or department head being able to rid the depart- 
ment of inefficient help, but there is a reasonable middle ground 
in the Civil Service laws that would mean much to the State 
service. 

NON-PROFIT CORPORATIONS 

I think it would be wise for a provision to be added to the Non- 
profit Corporation Law that where such corporations are being 
formed through the Circuit Courts that the clerks thereof be 
required to send such information to the office of Secretary of 
State for filing. Often inquiries reach this office about a cor- 
poration of which there is no record here and it is found later 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 11 

that the corporation was formed by the Circuit Judge as a non- 
profit corporation. 

CAPITAL STOCK TAX 

The capital stock tax law was enacted in 1931 as part of the 
program of that Legislature to relieve real estate of a portion 
of or all of the State millage. It has brought in each year ap- 
proximately $300,000.00 and this has been cellected at a mini- 
mum of expense, the law itself limiting the maximum expense 
to $10,000.00 per annum which would only be approximately 
3^ of the collections. In 1935 Chapter 16880 providing for the 
dissolution of corporations delinquent three years or more in 
taxes was enacted. This law should be continued in effect, but 
I recommend giving the corporations thus dissolved one year in 
which to revive their corporate existence. This recommendation 
is for a law to exist temporarily and the purpose of which would 
be only to take care of a few isolated cases where the dissolution 
occurred by reason of unintentional oversight of the corporation 
officials. 

CUSTODIAN 

Again I wish to repeat a recommendation of two years ago 
that a South wing addition be made to the State Capitol Build- 
ing. Under the Constitution the Secretary of State is Custodian 
of the Capitol Building and is, therefore, perhaps more keenly 
aware than anyone else of the acute need for more space for the 
normal increase in the governmental functions of the Chief Ex- 
ecutive and the main administrative officers of the State Gov- 
ernment. 

CONCLUSION 

The policy of this office is to exert the utmost endeavor on 
the part of every one connected with it that the performance of 
the many and varied duties placed upon the Secretary of State 
be carried out smoothly, promptly, efficiently and courteously. 
The entire personnel of the office is entitled to credit for what- 
ever measure of success has been obtained. The thanks of the 



12 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Secretary of State and all his office personnel are tendered for 
the numerous and gracious comments expressing commendation 
which are received daily, both verbally and by mail. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R. A. GRAY, 

Secretary of State. 
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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

Counties comprising each and the population of each County 
as shown by the 1935 State Census, and total population of each 
District. 



FIRST DISTRICT 



Population 

.. 3,801 



Counties 

Charlotte 

DeSoto 8,170 

Glades 2,673 

Lee 16,351 

Hendry 3,711 

Pasco 11,266 

Hardee 11,414 

Highlands 10.912 

Hillsborough 159,208 

Manatee 23,061 

Pinellas 64,638 

Polk 82,184 

Hernando 5,522 

Sarasota 13,787 



Total 416,698 



SECOND DISTRICT 

Alachua 36,481 

Baker 7,173 

Bradford 8,841 

Clay 7,103 

Columbia 15,382 

Dixie 5,853 

Duval 175.204 

Gilchrist 4,174 

Hamilton 9,791 

Lafayette 4,259 

Levy 12.973 

Nassau 9,185 

Suwannee 16,973 

Madison 17,145 

Taylor 11,142 

Union .. 5,428 

Total 347,107 



THIRD DISTRICT 

Counties Population 

Bay 16,828 

Calhoun 8,352 

Escambia 56,674 

Franklin 6,585 

Gadsden 26,974 

Gulf 3,099 

Holmes 14,449 

Jackson 35,384 

Jefferson 13,617 

Leon 26,622 

Liberty 3,883 

Okaloosa 11,669 

Santa Rosa 15,530 

Wakulla 6,083 

Walton _ 13,894 

Washington 12,899 

Total 272,542 

FOURTH DISTRICT 

Broward 23.042 

Collier 4,790 

Dade 180.998 

Indian River 8.480 

Martin 5,214 

Monroe 13,354 

Okeechobee 3,484 

Palm Beach 53,194 

St. Lucie 9,044 



Total 301,600 



14 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

FIFTH DISTRICT 

Counties Population 

Brevard 14,554 

Citrus 5,599 

Flagler 3,179 

Lake 28,062 

Marion 30,751 

Orange .. 58,184 

Osceola 9,759 

Putnam 18,370 

Seminole 22,192 

Sumter 10,056 

St. Johns 17,639 

Volusia 50.550 

Total 268,895 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE STATE OF 
FLORIDA 




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Population 

First District 416,698 

Second District _. 347,107 

Third District - 272,542 

Fourth District _ 301,600 

Fifth District ' 268,895 



16 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS 

Number and County or Counties comprising each, and total 
population of each District as shown by 1935 State Census : 

First District — Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties, Pop. 27,199 

Second District — Escambia County, Pop 56,674 

Third District — Walton and Holmes Counties, Pop 28.343 

Fourth District — Jackson County, Pop 35.384 

Fifth District — Liberty, Franklin and Wakulla Coun- 
ties, Pop 16,551 

Sixth District — Gadsden County, Pop 26,974 

Seventh District— Polk County, Pop 82,184 

Eighth District — Leon County. Pop 26,622 

Ninth District — Hernando and Citrus Counties, Pop 11,121 

Tenth District — Madison County, Pop 17,145 

Eleventh District — Pinellas County, Pop 64.638 

Twelfth District — Taylor, Lafayette and Dixie Coun- 
ties, Pop 21,254 

Thirteenth District— Dade County, Pop 180,998 

Fourteenth District — Columbia County, Pop 15,382 

Fifteenth District — Bradford and Union Counties, Pop. 14,269 

Sixteenth District — Nassau County, Pop 9,185 

Seventeenth District — Suwannee County, Pop 16,973 

Eighteenth District— Duval County, Pop 175,204 

Nineteenth District — Orange County, Pop 58,184 

Twentieth District — Marion County, Pop 30.751 

Twenty-first District — Levy County, Pop 12.973 

Twenty-second District — Jefferson County, Pop 13.617 

Twenty-third District — Lake County, Pop 28,062 

Twenty-fourth District — Monroe, Lee. Collier, and 

Hendry Counties, Pop 38,206 

Twenty-fifth District — W'ashington. Bay, Calhoun, and 

Gulf Counties, Pop 41,178 

Twenty-sixth District — Putnam County. Pop 18,370 

Twenty-seventh District — DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands, 

and Glades Counties, Pop 33,169 

Twenty-eighth District — Volusia County, Pop 50,550 

Twenty-ninth District — Clay and Baker Counties, Pop. 14,276 

Thirtieth District — Hamilton County, Pop 9,791 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 17 

Thirty-first District — St. Johns and Flagler Counties, 

Pop 20,818 

Thirty-second District — Alachua and Gilchrist Coun- 
ties, Pop 40,655 

Thirty-third District — St. Lucie, Osceola, Okeechobee, 
Indian River, and Martin Counties, 
Pop 35,981 

Thirty-fourth District — Hillsborough County, Pop 159,208 

Thirty-fifth District — Palm Beach and Broward Coun- 
ties, Pop 76,236 

Thirty-sixth District — Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte 

Counties, Pop 40,649 

Thirty-seventh District — Seminole and Brevard Coun- 
ties, Pop 36,746 

Thirty-eighth District — Pasco and Sumter Counties, Pop. 21,322 



2— Gray 



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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



COUNTIES OF THE STATE 

Showing number of Representatives from each and Population 
of each County, according to 1935 State Census. 



Total Population for Florida, 1935 State Census 1,606,842 



County County Seat 

Alachua Gainesville 

Baker Macclenny 

Bay Panama City 

Bradford Starke 

Brevard Titusville 

Broward Ft. Lauderdale - 

Calhoun Blountstown 

Charlotte Punta Gorda 

Citrus Inverness 

Clay Green Cove Springs 

Collier Everglades 

Columbia Lake City 

Dade Miami 

DeSoto Arcadia 

Dixie Cross City 

Duval .Jacksonville 

Escambia Pensacola 

Flagler Bunnell 

Franklin Apalachicola 

Gadsden Quincy 

Gilchrist Trenton 

Glades Moore Haven 

Gulf .Wewahitchka 

Hamilton Jasper 

Hardee Wauchula 

Hendry LaBelle 

Hernando Brooksville 

Highlands Sebring 

Hillsborough Tampa 

Holmes Bonifay 

Indian River Vero Beach 



No. Repre- 
sentatives 

2 

1 

2 



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Pop. 

36,481 
7,173 

16,828 
8,841 

14,554 

23,042 
8,352 
3,801 
5,599 
7,103 
4,790 

15,382 

180,998 

8,170 

5,853 

175,204 

56,674 
3,179 
6,585 

26,974 
4,174 
2,673 
3,099 
9,791 

11,414 
3,711 
5.522 

10,912 
159,208 

14,449 
8,480 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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No. Repre 
County County Seat si 

Jackson Marianna - 

Jefferson Monticello 

Lafayette Mayo 

Lake - Tavares -•- 

Lee Ft. Myers 

Leon Tallahassee 

Levy Bronson 

Liberty Bristol 

Madison Madison 

Manatee - Bradenton 

Marion Ocala 

Martin Stuart 

Monroe Key West 

Nassau .- Fernandina -. 

Okaloosa Crestview -. 

Okeechobee ..Okeechobee 

Orange Orlando -. 

Osceola -. Kissimmee 

Palm Beach West Palm Beach - 

Pasco Dade City 

Pinellas Clearwater 

Polk Bartow 

Putnam Palatka 

St. Johns - St. Augustine 

St. Lucie Ft. Pierce 

Santa Rosa Milton 

Sarasota Sarasota 

Seminole Sanford 

Sumter Bushnell 

Suwannee Live Oak 

Taylor Perry 

Union Lake Butler 

Volusia DeLand - 

Wakulla Crawfordville 

Walton DeFuniak Springs ..-. 

Washington Chipley 



ATIV] 


2S Pop. 


2 


35,384 


1 


13.617 


1 


4,259 


2 


28,062 


1 


16,351 


2 


26,622 


1 


12,973 


1 


3,883 


2 


17,145 


2 


23,061 


2 


30,751 


1 


5,214 


1 


13,354 


1 


9,185 


1 


11,669 


1 


3.484 


2 


58.184 


1 


9.759 


2 


53,194 


1 


11,266 


3 


64,638 


3 


82,184 


2 


18,370 


2 


17,639 


1 


9,044 


1 


15,530 


1 


13,787 


2 


22,192 


1 


10,056 


2 


16,973 


1 


11,142 


1 


5,428 


2 


50.550 


1 


6,083 


1 


13,894 


1 


12,899 



20 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

BOARDS 



STATE CANVASSING BOARD 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

George Couper Gibbs, Attorney General. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS 

Fred P. Cone, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

George Couper Gibbs, Attorney General. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. 

Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

BOARD OF PARDONS 

Fred P. Cone, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

George Couper Gibbs, Attorney General. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

BOARD OF FINANCE 

Fred P. Cone, Governor. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. 

BOARD OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 

Fred P. Cone, Governor. 

George Couper Gibbs, Attorney General. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 21 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 



Fred P. Cone, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

George Couper Gibbs, Attorney General. 

W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. 

Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction, 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION 



Fred P. Cone, Governor. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. 



BOARD OF PENSIONS 

Fred P. Cone, Governor. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

Fred P. Cone, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

W. V. Knott, State Treasurer. 

George Couper Gibbs, Attorney General. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

UNITED STATES SENATORS ' 

Scott M. Loftin, Miami, appointed May 26, 1936, succeeding 
Park Trammell, deceased. An Interim. 

C. O. Andrews, Orlando, elected at a special election held 
August 11, 1936, for the unexpired term of Park Trammell, 
deceased, w^hich term expires January 3, 1941. 

Wm. L. Hill, Jacksonville, appointed July 1, 1936, succeeding 
Duncan U. Fletcher, deceased. Ad Interim. 

Claude Pepper, Tallahassee, elected at a special election held 
August 11, 1936, for the unexpired term of Duncan U. Fletcher, 
deceased, which term expires January, 1939. Re-elected No- 
vember 8, 1938, for six years from January 3, 1939. 



22 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 

First District — J. Hardin Peterson, Lakeland ; term expires 
January 3, 1939. Re-elected November 8. 1938, for two years 
from January 3, 1939. 

Second District — R. A. (Lex) Green, Starke; term expires 
January 3, 1939. Re-elected November 8, 1938, for two years 
from January 3, 1939. 

Third District — JNIillard Caldwell, Milton ; term expires Jan- 
uary 3, 1939. Re-elected November 8, 1938, for two years from 
January 3, 1939. 

Fourth District — J. Mark Wilcox, West Palm Beach ; term 
expires January 3, 1939. Pat Cannon, Miami, elected November 
8, 1938, for two years from January 3, 1939. 

Fifth District — Joe Hendricks, Orlando ; term expires Jan- 
uary 3, 1939. Re-elected November 8, 1938, for two years from 
January 3, 1939. 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS 

Eugene S. Matthews, Starke ; term expires January 3, 1939. 
Re-elected November 8. 1938, for four years from January 3, 
1939. 

Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee ; term expires January 3, 1939. 
Re-elected November 8, 1938, for four years from January 3, 
1939. 

W. B. (Babe) Douglass, Tallahassee; term expires January, 
1941. 

ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Vivian Collins, St. Augustine ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 11, 1937, until January 1, 1941. 

(Expiration of terms of appointive officers, boards and com- 
missions in accordance with Supreme Court decision in the case 
of the State, ex rel., vs. Collins, 101 Fla. 371.) 

ATLANTIC, GULF AND MISSISSIPPI CANAL COMMISSION 

A. F. Knotts. Yankeetown ; term expired September 1, 1933. 
Deceased. 

R. G. Patterson, Pensacola ; term expired September 1, 1933. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 23 

W. F. Coachman, Jr., Jacksonville ; term expired September 
3. 1933. 

W. P. Franklin, Ft. Myers ; term expired September 4, 1933. 

J. B. Stewart, Fernandina; term expired September 1, 1933. 
Deceased. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

James H. Franklin, Brighton ; term expires June 4, 1939. 

H. L. Lyons, Pompano ; commissioned October 29, 1934, until 
June 5. 1938. Recommissioned June 8, 1938, until June 5. 1942 

J. P. Newell, Jacksonville; commissioned January 5, 1937, 
until June 6, 1939. Resigned August 19, 1937, and D. R. Mc- 
Neil, Okeechobee, commissioned August 25, 1937, until June 6, 
1939. 

Alfred H. Wagg, West Palm Beach ; commissioned March 3, 
1936, until June 10, 1937. Deceased, and George Chalker, West 
Palm Beach, commissioned July 22, 1937, until July 10, 1941. 

James E. Beardsley. Clewiston ; commissioned October 29, 
1934, until June 10, 1938. Recommissioned June 27, 1938, until 
June 10, 1942. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, OVERSEAS ROAD AND TOLL BRIDGE 

DISTRICT 

Benjamin D. Trevor, Key West ; commissioned August 2, 1935. 
until July 6, 1937. 

C. C. Symonette, Key West ; commissioned July 14, 1937, until 
July 6, 1941. 

P. L. Wilson, Miami Beach; commissioned August 5, 1935, 
until July 8, 1937. Resigned March 18, 1937, and 

John Costar, Key West ; commissioned March 30, 1937, until 
July 8, 1937. Recommissioned July 14, 1937, until July 8, 1941. 

J. R. Stowers, Key West; commissioned August 1, 1935, until 
July 8, 1937. 

Ralph B. Boyden, Key West ; commissioned July 14, 1937, 
until July 8, 1941. Resigned January 20, 1938. and 

John D. Kennedy, Ft, Lauderdale ; conmiissioned July 27, 1938, 
until July 10, 1941. 



24 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

T. Jenkins Curry, Key West; commissioned August 3, 1935, 
until July 10, 1937. 

William M. Albury, Key West; commissioned July 14, 1937, 
until July 10, 1941. 

W. H. Burwell, Miami, commissioned August 5, 1935, until 
July 10, 1937. Resigned March 18, 1937, and 

Howard E. Wilson, Key West; commissioned April 5, 1937, 
until July 10, 1937. Recommissioned July 23, 1937, until July 
10, 1941. Resigned January 20, 1938, and 

John R. Slade, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 26, 1938, 
until July 8, 1941. 

CALOOSAHATCHEE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 

Earl C. Smawley, Ft. Myers; commissioned January 24, 1934, 
until July 12, 1935. Resigned September 18, 1936. 

George M. Hendry, LaBelle ; commissioned July 20, 1932, 
until July 17, 1935. 

Homer G. Hand, LaBelle; commissioned November 6, 1931, 
until August 19, 1933. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Ucal W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub- 
District No. 1, December 3, 1934, until June 4, 1937. 

David L. Black, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub-Dis- 
trict No. 1, June 23, 1937, until June 4, 1941. 

Henry W. Haynes, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub- 
District No. 2, September 10, 1931, until July 2, 1937. 

Henry W. Haynes, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub- 
District No. 2. July 19, 1937, until June 14, 1941. Resigned 
January 4, 1938. 

Charles Tom Henderson, Holly Hill ; commissioned for Sub- 
District No. 2, January 24, 1937, until January 14, 1941. 

W. Harrison Comford, Ormond Beach ; commissioned for 
Sub-District No. 3, September 20. 1934, until June 4, 1937. 

Emory F. Thomas, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub- 
District No. 3, June 23, 1937, until June 4, 1941. 

Ralph U. Green, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub- 
District No. 4, August 12, 1931, until July 2, 1937. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 25 

T. J, Roebuck, Daytona Beach; commissioned for Sub-District 
No. 4, September 6, 1934, until June 4, 1937. Resigned Sep- 
tember 15, 1935. 

W. C. Perry, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub-District 
No. 4, September 16, 1935, until June 4, 1937. 

Ernest L. Padgett, Daytona Beach; commissioned for Sub- 
District No. 4, June 23, 1937, until June 4, 1941. 

Bailey Clark, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub-District 
No. 4, August 11, 1931, until July 2, 1937. 

Edison F. Huff, Daytona Beach; commissioned for Sub-Dis- 
trict No. 4, September 26, 1935, until June 4, 1937. 

Mary Jo Garris, Daytona Beach ; commissioned for Sub-Dis- 
trict No. 4, June 23, 1937, until June 4, 1941. 

COMMISSIONERS UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION 

Scott M. Loftin, Jacksonville; commissioned June 12, 1935, 
until June 5, 1939. Resigned October 5, 1936, and George 
Couper Gibbs, of Jack.sonville, commissioned October 8, 1936, 
until next Senate. Recommissioned June 10, 1937, until June 
5, 1939. 

Herbert U. Feibelman, Miami ; term expires June 5, 1939. 

R. A. Henderson, Jr., Ft. Myers ; term expires June 5, 1939. 

DIRECTOR BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT 

George O. Weems, Tallahassee; commissioned October 1, 1935, 
until May 28, 1939. Resigned January 1, 1937. 

John N. Allen, Tallahassee; commissioned January 11, 1937, 
until May 28, 1939. Resigned September 11, 1937. 

Thomas W. Long, Tallahassee; commissioned September 22 
1937, until May 28, 1939. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

W. M. Stafford, Chief, Lake Worth; commissioned July 14, 
1937, at the pleasure of the Governor. 

G. G. McCormick, LaBelle, Warden; commissioned September 
29, 1937, at the pleasure of the Governor. 

E. L. Brannan, Moore Haven, Warden; commissioned October 

28, 1937, at the pleasure of the Governor. 

E. R. Wright, Okeechobee, Warden ; commissioned September 

29, 1937, at the pleasure of the Governor. 



26 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK COMMISSION 

Ernest F. Coe, Miami, Executive Chairman ; commissioned 
July 23, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

C. O. Palmer, Miami Beach, Executive Chairman ; commis- 
sioned November 12. 1937, until July 22, 1939. 

D. Graham Copeland, Everglades, Member ; commissioned No- 
vember 20, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 15, 1937. 
Recommissioned November 13, 1937, until July 22, 1939. 

J. W. Hoffman, St. Augustine, Member; commissioned July 
23, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

Wni. R. Porter, Key West, Member ; commissioned July 23. 
1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

H. R. Powell, Miami, Member ; commissioned November 20, 
1937, until July 22, 1939. 

A. L. Cuesta, Jr., Tampa, Member; commissioned July 23, 
1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

C. J. McElheny, Tampa, Member ; commissioned November 
16, 1937, until July 22, 1939. 

John O. Shares, Sebring, Member; commissioned July 23, 
1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

Mrs. T. V. (Mary) Moore, Buena Vista, Member; commis- 
sioned July 23, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

I. J. Renter, Miami, Member; commissioned November 24, 
1937, until July 22, 1939. 

Thomas J. Pancoast, Miami Beach, Member; commissioned 
July 23, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

Michael Sholtz, Palm Beach, Member ; commissioned July 23, 
1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

Mrs. W. S. Jennings, Jacksonville, Member; commissioned 
July 23, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 16, 1937. 

John P. Stokes, Miami, Member; commissioned November 17, 
1937, until July 22, 1939. 

FLORIDA AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRIAL RELIEF COMMISSION 

D. J. Mahoney, Miami ; commissioned July 10, 1933, until 
July 7, 1937. 

J. M. Sikes, Ft. White; commissioned November 9, 1938, until 
June 7, 1941. 



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T. G. Buckner, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 10, 1933, until 
July 7, 1937. 

L. B. Ellinor, Sr., Havana; commissioned September 17, 1938, 
until June 7, 1941. 

Carl G. Rose, Ocala ; commissioned July 11. 1933, until June 
7, 1937. Resigned July 30, 1934. 

W. R. Smith, Tallahassee; commissioned December 31, 1936, 
until June 7, 1937. 

S. E. Teague, Tallahassee ; commissioned September 4, 1938, 
until June 7. 1941. 

Gary A. Hardee, Live Oak; commissioned July 11, 1933, until 
June 7, 1937. 

Sam D. Summers, Lake City; commissioned September 21, 
1938, until June 7, 1941. 

FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION 

State at Large 

John Maxcy, Frostproof ; commissioned September 28, 1937, 
until September 10, 1939. 

W. M. Moseley, Ft. Pierce ; commissioned September 28, 1937, 
until September 10, 1939. 

L. P. Thomas, Palmetto ; commissioned September 28, 1937, 
until September 10, 1939. 

Citrus District No. i 

Barney Kilgore, Clearwater ; commissioned September 26, 
1936, for two years. 

H. D. Ulmer, Largo ; commissioned November 25, 1938, until 
September 10, 1940. 

Citrus District No. 2 

B. S. Smith, Zephyrhills ; commissioned September 10, 1935, 
for two years. 

W. L. Spivey, Floral City ; commissioned September 28, 1937, 
until September 10, 1939. 

Citrus District No. j 

C. E. Stewart, DeLand ; commissioned October 28, 1936, until 
September 10, 1938. 



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Edward H. Williams, Crescent City ; commissioned November 
9, 1938, until September 10, 1940. 

Citrus District No. 4 

W. L. Story, Winter Garden; commissioned September 10,. 
1935, for two years. 

Phil C. Peters, Winter Garden ; commissioned September 28^ 
1937, until September 10, 1939. 

Citrus District No. 5 

J. M. Knight, Vero Beach; commissioned September 21, 1936, 
until September 16, 1938. 

L. L. Chandler, Goulds ; commissioned November 9, 1938, until 
September 16, 1940. 

Citrus District No. 6 

E. W. Hartt, Avon Park; commissioned September 10, 1935, 
for two years. 

E. C. Welles, Arcadia; commissioned October 11, 1937, for 
two years. Resigned January 24, 1938. 

Steven L. Griffin, Wauchula; commissioned April 19, 1938, 
until September 11, 1939. Resigned April 21, 1938. 

C. L. Crawford, Sebring; commissioned May 27, 1938, until 
September 11, 1939. 

Citrus District No. 7 

John D. Clark, Waverly ; commissioned September 23, 1936, 
until September 10, 1938. 

Thomas B. Swann, Winter Haven ; commissioned September 
21, 1936, until September 16, 1938. 

C. H. Walker, Bartow ; commissioned November 7, 1938, until 
September 16, 1940. 

Harvey L. Henderson, Winter Haven ; commissioned Novem- 
ber 26, 1938, until September 10, 1940. 

FLORIDA CRIPPLED CHILDRENS COMMISSION 

O. G. Kendrick, Tallahassee ; commissioned April 5, 1934, until 
January 3, 1938. 

James Messer, Sr., Tallahassee; commissioned March 28, 1938, 
until January 3, 1942. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 29 

A. Rice King, Jacksonville; commissioned May 1, 1936, until 
January 27, 1940. 

J. Edwin Baker, Umatilla; commissioned March 30, 1938, 
until June 10, 1940. Resigned June 30, 1938. 

S. C. Colley, Mt. Dora; commissioned July 15, 1938, until Jan- 
uary 10, 1940. 

R. J. Mackler, Tampa; commissioned January 24, 1934, until 
January 21, 1938. 

C. B. McClurg, Lakeland ; commissioned March 28, 1938, 
until January 21, 1942. 

Don B. Grady, St. Petersburg; commissioned January 24, 
1934, until January 6, 1938. 

Eugene C. Peek, Ocala ; commissioned March 29, 1938, until 
January 6, 1942. 

FLORIDA DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY BOARD 

Representing the Public 

W. M. Dale, Gainesville; commissioned July 1, 1937, until 
July 1, 1938. 

Representing Dry Cleaning Industry 

R. L. Doughtry, Miami ; commissioned July 2, 1937, until 
July 1, 1939. 

I. G. Fonte, Tampa; commissioned July 2, 1937, until July 1, 
1940. 

T. C. Nicols, Jacksonville; commissioned July 2, 1937, until 
July 1, 1941. 

Representing the Laundry Industry 

W. J. Hill, Winter Park; commissioned July 2, 1937, until 
July 1, 1939. 

T. M. Woodell, Jacksonville; commissioned July 2, 1937, until 
July 1, 1940. 

W. R. Starling, Miami ; commissioned July 2, 1937, until July 
1, 1941. 



30 . REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY 

Joe Foley, Foley ; commissioned September 26, 1936, until 
August 24, 1940. 

S. Bryan Jennings, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 24, 
1933, until September 7, 1937. 

A. G. McArthur, Callahan ; commissioned August 5, 1938, 
until September 7, 1941. 

John B. Glen, Chipley ; commissioned January 16, 1935, until 
October 1, 1938. 

Stanley S. Sheip, Apalachicola ; commissioned October 29. 
1935, until September 17, 1939. 

Mrs. Lynwood Jeffreys, Jacksonville ; commissioned Septem- 
ber 27, 1935, until September 26, 1939. 

FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION AND DIVISIONS 

Wendell C. Heaton, West Palm Beach, Chairman ; commis- 
sioned July 1. 1937, for four years. 

Ewell T. Lay, Jacksonville, Member; commissioned July 1, 
1937, for four years. 

C. A. Britton, Pensacola, Member; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
for four years. Resigned March 14, 1938. 

H. E. Wolfe, St. Augustine, Member ; commissioned August 
4, 1938, until July 1, 1941. 

Florida Unemployment Compensation Division 
Harold C. Wall, Starke, Director; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at the pleasure of the Governor. 

Florida Employment Division 

Fred. B. Bradshavv. Director, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 
17, 1937, at the pleasure of the Governor. (Term expired.) 

Eons Hathaway, acksonville. Director; commissioned Novem- 
ber 30, 1938, at the pleasure of the Governor. 

FLORIDA MILK BOARD 

Commissioner 
Mrs. J. D. Alderman, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
until June 30, 1939. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 31 

Representing Board of Health 
Dr. W. A. McPhauI, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
until June 30, 1939. 

Representing Department of Agriculture 
Wm. M. Wilson, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
until June 30, 1939. 

Representing the Producer 
J. M. Whitehurst, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, until 
June 30, 1939. 

Representing the Distributor 
A. E. Johnson, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, until 
June 30, 1939. 

Representing the Producer-Distributor 
O. B. Parker, Homestead ; commissioned July 29, 1937, until 
June 30, 1939. 

BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 

Chas. S. Mcintosh, Daytona Beach ; term expires August 21, 
1940. 

H. P. Whidden, Bartow; term expires August 21, 1940. 
Joe L. Reed, Jr., Tampa; term expires August 21, 1940. 
W. I. Fee, Ft. Pierce; term expires August 21, 1940. 

GRAPEFRUIT CANNERS ADVISORY COMMISSION (CITRUS COMMIS- 
SION) 

Harold S. Norman, Lake Wales ; commissioned September 29. 
1937, until September 28, 1939. 

R. D. Robinson, Orlando ; commissioned September 29, 1937, 
until September 28, 1939. 

Paul Stanton, Frostproof; commissioned October 5, 1937, until 
October 4, 1939. 

Fred. Elder, Bradenton ; commissioned October 6, 1937, until 
October 5, 1938. 

HOTEL COMMISSIONER 

J. B. Sullivan, Tallahassee; commissioned June 11, 1935, until 
June 9, 1939. Resigned January 5, 1937. 



Z2 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

W. M. Taylor, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 7, 1937, 
until June 9, 1939. 

INSPECTOR OF AIRCRAFT 

Hugh L. Mayes, Tallahassee ; term not fixed by law. See 
Chapter 11339, Laws of Florida, Extraordinary Session 1925. 

INSPECTORS, BUREAU OF INSPECTION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMIS- 
SIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

J. L. Carroll, Marianna ; commissioned September 2, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

J. B. Wilkerson, Pensacola ; commissioned September 2, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

H. R. Ferran, Eustis ; commissioned September 3, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

M. F. McKay, Tampa; commissioned September 3, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Wm. McCarrell. Jacksonville; commissioned September 3, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

C. A. Parker, Lakeland ; commissioned September 3, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Rupert W. Smith, Arcadia ; commissioned September 3, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Antonio Dibona, Tampa ; commissioned September 3, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

W. A. Haile, Gainesville; commissioned September 3, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

P. M. Nasworthy, Jacksonville; commissioned September 4, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

J. B. Taylor, Jacksonville; commissioned September 4, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

O. K. Sheffield, Ft. Pierce; commissioned September 7, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

J. W. Davis, Ocala ; commissioned September 7, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

C. A. Peters, Miami ; commissioned September 7, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

J. B. Heirs, Miami ; commissioned September 7, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 33 

R. F. Milliken, Middleburg ; commissioned September 7, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

G. F. Fletcher, Tampa ; commissioned September 8, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Roy R. Roper, Winter Garden; commissioned September 13, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

O. H. Leifeste, Ft. Myers ; commissioned September 14, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Roy Hutchinson, Tallahassee ; commissioned October 5, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Nat Mayo, Ocala; commissioned November 23, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

W. E. Buhrman, Sanford ; commissioned May 5, 1938, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

B. W. Brinson, Madison ; commissioned October 25, 1938, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

SUPERVISING INSPECTOR OF NAVAL STORES 

J. E. Inman, Jacksonville; commissioned February 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES, STATE AT LARGE 

E. M. Parker, Panama City ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

Fred E. Thompson, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor. 

H. C. Neff, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

C. F. Register, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

A. J. Murphy, Lake Wales; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

E. A. Eggert, Pensacola ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

W. C. Hamilton, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor. 

C. R. Shouse, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

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34 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

George P. Megram, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor. 

W. C. Powell, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

JUDAH p. BENJAMIN MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

Mrs. Marion S. Dickson, Tampa ; commissioned October 12, 
1935, until August 10, 1937. 

Chas. H. Patten, Ellenton ; commissioned November 18, 1937, 
until August 10, 1941. 

Mrs. R. P. Sponenberger, Bradenton ; commissioned May 23. 
1935, until August 10, 1937. 

Mrs. Eva Gates, Manatee ; commissioned November 12, 1937, 
until August 17, 1941. 

Mrs. R. E. Dowling, Bradenton ; commissioned May 23, 1935, 
until August 17, 1937. Recommissioned November 16, 1937, 
until August 10, 1941. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 

Horrie P. Andrews, Tampa; commissioned September 14, 
1933, until August 18, 1937. 

Rex Meighan, Tampa ; commissioned October 2, 1937, until 
August 18, 1941. 

Wilbur F. Divine, West Palm Beach ; commissioned August 
19, 1933, until August 18, 1937. 

Robert Pentland, Jr., Miami ; commissioned October 5, 1937, 
until August 19, 1941. 

Roger W. Cole, Lakeland; commissioned November 15, 1934, 
until August 25, 1938. 

Joseph Hartman, Jacksonville ; commissioned September 13, 
1938, until August 28, 1942. 

D. A. Smith, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 12, 1936, 
until August 21, 1940. 

Leonard L. Abess, Miami ; commissioned November 4, 1935, 
until August 26, 1939. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

Chandler C. Young, Pensacola ; commissioned April 4, 1934, 
until July 1, 1937. Resigned July 11, 1935. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 35 

Jas. Gamble Rogers, II, Winter Park; commissioned Novem- 
ber 27, 1935, until July 1, 1937. 

Mellen C. Greeley, Jacksonville ; commissioned September 14, 
1931, until August 10, 1935. 

Franklin O. Adams, Tampa ; commissioned May 27, 1932, 
until August 14, 1935. 

Philip F. Kennard, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 4, 
1936, until July 1, 1939. 

Harry M. Griffin, Daytona Beach; commissioned November 
14, 1934, until July 1, 1937. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF BARBER EXAMINERS 

Clyde Hammons, Lake City ; commissioned November 3, 1937, 
until August 20, 1939. 

Otto F. Bocher, St. Petersburg; commissioned April 1, 1936, 
until April 21, 1937. 

George W. Ryals, Ocala ; commissioned November 3, 1937, 
until August 20, 1940. 

Ralph Spence, DeFuniak Springs ; commissioned September 
21, 1936, until August 20, 1939. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF BEAUTY CULTURE EXAMINERS 

Eva A. Lowther, \\'est Palm Beach ; commissioned July 2, 
1936, for three years. Confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
rnissioned June 14, 1937, until July 1, 1939. 

Mary A. Patton, Tampa; commissioned June 22, 1935, for two 
years. 

Lee Ora Brown, Wauchula ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 11, 1937, until June 27, 1940. 

Virginia Williams, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 30, 

1936, until next Senate. 

Myrtle Palmer, Jacksonville ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 21. 1937, until June 27, 1938. 

Mrs. Kathleen Gillette, High Springs; commissioned July 8, 
1938, until next Senate. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS 

Otto J. L. Tonissen, Jacksonville ; commissioned January 5, 
1934, until January 4, 1937. Recommissioned November 12, 

1937, until January 5, 1940. 



36 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Thomas J. Henchey, West Palm Beach ; commissioned March 
18, 1936, until January 8, 1939. 

Harry H. Young, Miami ; commissioned March 6, 1936, until 
January 15, 1939. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS 

Daniel K. Kirk, Jacksonville; commissioned November 21, 
1936, until July 12, 1939. 

Frank R. Thornton, Orlando; commissioned December 13, 
1934, until July 10, 1937. 

A. M. Morgan, Avon Park; commissioned November 13, 1937, 
until July 10, 1940. 

D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee; commissioned October 11. 1935, 
until July 10, 1938. Recommissioned July 20, 1938, until July 
10, 1942. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CONTROL 

West Florida 

Oliver J. Semmes, Pensacola; commissioned July 5, 1933, until 
June 27, 1937. 

Charles P. Helfenstein, Lake City; commissioned November 
18, 1937, until June 27, 1941. 

East Florida 

George H. Baldwin, Jacksonville ; commissioned October 2, 
1933, until September 27, 1937. 

H. P. Adair, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 19, 1937, 
until September 27, 1941. 

South Florida 
R. P. Terry, Miami; commissioned August 11, 1936, until 
June 27, 1939. 

Middle Florida 
H. C. Duncan, Tavares ; commissioned October 2, 1933, until 
June 27, 1937. 

W. M. Palmer, Ocala; commissioned November 22, 1937, until 
June 27, 1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 37 

Middle South Florida 
Thomas W. Bryant, Lakeland; commissioned February 12, 
1936, until June 27, 1939. 

MEMBERS DADE MEMORIAL PARK COMMISSION 

O. B. Koonce, Eustis; term not fixed by law. See Chapter 
11987, Laws of Florida 1927. 

Mrs. A. M. Rowland, Bushnell; term not fixed by law. See 
Chapter 11987, Laws of Florida 1927. 

Geo. Lee Singeltary, Leesburg; term not fixed by law. See 
Chapter 11987, Laws of Florida 1927. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

W. G. McLeod, Pensacola; commissioned February 23, 1934, 
until February 1, 1938. 

Fred M. York, St. Petersburg; commissioned March 5, 1934, 
until February 1, 1938. 

H. B. Pattishall, Jacksonville; commissioned February 1, 1936, 
until January 31, 1940. 

Alton B. Whitman, Orlando; commissioned February 1, 1936, 
until January 31, 1940. 

L. D. Pankey, Coral Gables; commissioned February 1, 1936, 
until January 31, 1940. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF ENGINEERING EXAMINERS 

Blake R. VanLeer, Gainesville; commissioned July 17, 1936, 
until July 1, 1940. Resigned January 27, 1938. 

W. W. Fineren, Gainesville ; commissioned January 29, 1938, 
until July 1, 1940. 

W. Austin Smith, Jacksonville ; commissioned December 8, 
1933, until July 1, 1937. 

E. S. Eraser, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 29, 1938, 
until July 1, 1941. 

M. B. Garris, Miami; commissioned October 21, 1935, until 
July 1, 1939. Resigned January 24, 1936. 

Edmund Friedman, Miami; commissioned February 13, 1932, 
until July 1, 1939. 



38 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Chester F. Wright, Lake Worth ; commissioned July 8, 1936, 
until July 1, 1940. 

Joseph Weil, Gainesville; commissioned October 23, 1935, 
until July 1, 1939. 

MEMBERS GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION 

First District 
Fred G. Garner, Winter Haven; commissioned July 1, 1935, 
until June 30, 1939. 

Second District 
Henry Weisenfeld, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1935, 
until June 30, 1939. 

Thomas S. Baker, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 4, 1937. 
until July 1, 1941. 

Third District 
Geo. L. Henderson, Tallahassee; commissioned July 1, 1935, 
until June 30, 1937. 

Lamar Gammon, Marianna ; commissioned July 27, 1937, until 
July 1, 1941. 

Fourth District 
H. L. Schaller, Miami; commissioned July 1, 1935, until June 
30, 1938. 

Fifth District 
Harry L. McDonald, Orlando ; commissioned July 8, 1936, 
until July 1, 1940. Suspended February 4, 1938, and John S. 
Clardy, Ocala, commissioned February 12, 1938, pending the 
suspension of Harry L. McDonald. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 

R. L. Hughes, Bartow ; confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 3, 1935, until June 7, 1937. 

A. Wm. Morrison, Miami ; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 9, 1937, until June 7, 1941. 

Shaler Richardson, Jacksonville ; commissioned April 10. 1936, 
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
June 23, 1937, until June 7, 1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 39 

N. A. Baltzell, Marianna; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 16, 1933, until June 7, 1937. Confirmed by the 
Senate and recommissioned June 25, 1937, until June 7, 1941. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 

First Congressional District 
Sam H. Mann, Jr., St. Petersburg; commissioned October 14, 

1935, until October 1, 1938. 

P. B. Howell, Bushnell; commissioned May 23, 1935, until 
August 11, 1937. 

Geo. P. Raney, Tampa ; commissioned September 2, 1937, until 
August 11, 1940. 

Second Congressional District 

Joe Hill Williams, Lake Butler; commissioned September 1, 
1937, until August 5, 1939. 

Zack H. Douglas, Gainesville ; commissioned May 20, 1935, 
until August 10, 1937. 

Third Congressional District 
John Lewis Reese, Pensacola; commissioned October 8, 1937, 
until October 5, 1938. 

R. A. McGeachy, Milton; commissioned September 1, 1937, 
until August 5, 1939. 

Fourth Congressional District 

N. Vernon Hawthorne, Miami ; commissioned September 1, 
1937, until August 31, 1940. 

H. P. Osborne, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 25, 1938, 
until August 10, 1941. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Alfred A. Green, Daytona Beach; commissioned December 3, 

1936, until August 10, 1939. 

R. H. Chapman, Lake City ; commissioned November 22, 1934, 
until August 10, 1937. Resigned June 30, 1937, and 

D. Neil Ferguson, Ocala; commissioned September 1, 1937, 
until June 30, 1940. 



40 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS STATE LIBRARY BOARD 

Mrs. Marie Holderman, Cocoa; commissioned October 12, 
1935, until March 17, 1937. 

Mrs. J. E. Maines, Lake Butler; commissioned October 14, 
1935, until March 24, 1938. 

Harold Colee, Jacksonville ; commissioned December 26, 1933, 
until September 5, 1937. 

MEMBERS STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD 

John M. Keen, Lakeland ; commissioned September 5, 1934, 
until July 31, 1938. Recommissioned October 20, 1938, until 
July 31, 1942. 

Claude Page, Bartow ; commissioned October 2, 1934, until 
July 31, 1938. Resigned June 18, 1935. 

P. E. Williams, Davenport; commissioned July 8, 1935, until 
July 31, 1938. Recommissioned December 12, 1938, until July 
31, 1941. 

C. F. Raulerson, Ft. Pierce; commissioned September 21, 1936, 
until July 31, 1939. 

James H. Bright, Hialeah ; commissioned July 31, 1935, until 
July 30, 1939. 

Clyde Bailey, Oxford; commissioned November 13, 1936, 
until July 31, 1940. 

J. D. Wilbanks, Tampa; commissioned March 26, 1934, until 
July 31, 1937. 

J. P. Hatch, Live Oak; commissioned August 9, 1937, until 
July 31, 1941. 

W. L. Koon, Punta Gorda; commissioned September 8, 1933, 
until July 31, 1937. 

J. D. Wilbanks, Tampa; commissioned October 15, 1938, until 
July 31, 1941. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Thos. W. Hutson, Miami; commissioned September 11, 1936, 
until July 4, 1940. 

C. E. Tumlin, Miami ; commissioned November 7, 1934, until 
July 13, 1938. Recommissioned July 14, 1938, until July 13, 1942. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 41 

Jas. E. Crump, Winter Haven ; commissioned August 14, 1936, 
until July 5, 1939. 

H. A. Day, Orlando; commissioned July 25, 1935, until July 
5, 1939. 

Carl A. Williams, St. Petersburg ; commissioned August 8, 
1935, until July 5, 1939. 

Wm. M. Rowlett, Tampa; commissioned July 15, 1936, until 
July 5, 1940. 

Harold D. VanSchaick, Jacksonville; commissioned September 
10, 1936, until July 4, 1940. 

Eugene G. Peek, Ocala; commissioned October 4, 1933, until 
July 5, 1937. Resigned November 13, 1935. 

J. C. Davis, Quincy ; commissioned March 3, 1936, until July 
5, 1937. Recommissioned December 9, 1937, until July 5, 1941. 

S. G. Hollingsworth, Bradenton ; commissioned July 29, 1935, 
until July 21, 1937. Recommissioned February 7, 1938, until 
July 21, 1941. 

John M. Mann, Lake Butler; commissioned August 31, 1933, 
until July 5, 1937. 

B. A. Chapman, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 12, 

1937, until July 5, 1941. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS 

T. W. Evans, Miami ; commissioned June 4, 1934, until July 
15, 1937. Recommissioned June 6, 1938, until July 16, 1941. 

R. A. Bryant, Tampa; commissioned February 25, 1935, until 
July 15, 1938. 

Yale S. Lunin, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 19, 1938, 
until July 15, 1942. 

Walter T. Perry, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 6, 
1935, until July 15, 1939. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR NURSES 

Cora R. Hodges, St. Augustine; commissioned October 21, 
1935, until August 21, 1937. 

Clifford H. Ewing, Jacksonville ; commissioned December 14, 

1938, until August 21, 1941. 

Mary Corbett, Miami; commissioned October 14, 1936, until 
August 30, 1940. 



42 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Louisa B. Benham, Hawthorne; commissioned October 21, 
1935, until September 5, 1939. 

Mary C. Marshall, Ocala; commissioned May 5, 1934, until 
September 9, 1937. 

Jean Waldron, Miami ; commissioned January 13, 1939, until 
September 9, 1941. 

Mary Conoley Brown, Gainesville ; commissioned October 18, 
1935, until August 30, 1938. 

Juanita Robson, Pensacola; commissioned December 19, 1938, 
until August 30, 1941. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES OCEAN SHORE IMPROVEMENT 

DISTRICT 

R. S. Tolan, Flagler Beach; commissioned August 13, 1936, 
until June 9, 1940. 

B. F. Fuquay, Daytona Beach ; commissioned August 13, 1936, 
until June 9, 1940. 

Ross Parrish, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 14, 1936, 
unti June 19, 1940. 

J. Frank Isaac, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 21, 1936, 
until June 8, 1940. 

John E. Pierce, Daytona Beach ; commissioned August 14, 1936, 
until June 19, 1940. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OKEECHOBEE FLOOD CONTRGI. 

DISTRICT 

Carl Hanton, Ft. Myers; commissioned October 1, 1935, until 
July 16, 1937. 

G. Carl Adams, Miami Springs; commissioned September 8, 
1931, until September 7, 1933. 

F. Deane Duff, Clewiston ; commissioned November 19, 1934, 
until July 13, 1938. 

Russell G. Snow, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 22, 1931, 
until July 21, 1934. 

Jacob M. Boyd, West Palm Beach ; commissioned December 
30, 1932, until July 23, 1935. 



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MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY 

Willam F. Davey, Daytona Beach ; commissioned June 5, 1934, 
until May 29, 1938. 

L. H. Keene, Miami ; commissioned July 25, 1938, until May 
29. 1942. 

Dan P. Galvin, Tampa; commissioned June 4, 1936, until June 
12, 1939. 

K. J. Weihe, Ocala ; commissioned July 7, 1936, until July 2, 
1940. 

J. A. Camara, Miami; commissioned December 4, 1933, until 
May 29, 1937. Resigned October 27, 1936. 

A. C. Haughton, West Palm Beach ; commissioned November 
18, 1936, until May 29, 1937.Recommissioned July 26. 1938, until 
May 29, 1941. 

A. S. Kitchen, Clearwater; commissioned April 16. 1934, until 
Mav 29. 1937. Recommissioned March 21, 1938. until May 29, 
1941. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

A. C. Lovejoy, Winter Haven ; commissioned July 26, 1938, 
until July 29, 1939. 

E. W. Flynn, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 4, 1937, 
until July 29, 1940. 

Dale C. Beatty. St. Petersburg; commissioned August 21, 
1934, until August 11, 1937. 

C. S. Ball, Eustis ; commissioned August 1, 1938, until August 
11. 1940. 

Norvell E. Brown, Tampa; commissioned July 26, 1938. until 
August 16, 1941. 

Arthur Geo. Chappell, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 23, 
1934, until August 29, 1937. Recommissioned July 26, 1938. 
until August 20, 1940. 

Ralph B. Ferguson. Miami; commissioned October 18, 1935, 
until August 25, 1938. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY 

W. M. Hankins, Daytona Beach ; commissioned October 20. 
1934, until July 20. 1938. Recommissioned Julv 22. 1938, until 
July 20, 1942. 



44 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

John K. Clemmer, Miami ; commissioned September 5, 1936, 
until July 30, 1940. 

J. K. Atwood, Jacksonville; commissioned August 17, 1936,. 
until July 7, 1940. 

J. H. Haughton, Palatka ; commissioned December 30, 1933, 
until July 18, 1937. 

Roy Hunter, Live Oak; commissioned November 17, 1937,. 
until July 18, 1941. 

Hamilton Russell, Pensacola; commissioned October 17, 1934, 
until July 18, 1937. Resigned April 13, 1936. 

Victor Wray, Haines City; commissioned August 17, 1936, 
until July 7, 1937. 

C. G. Hamilton, Pompano ; commissioned November 22, 1937, 
until July 7, 1941. 

MEMBERS STATE PLANNING BOARD 

F. C. Elliott, Tallahassee; commissioned July 22, 1935, until 
January, 1937. 

Thos. W. Long, Tallahassee ; commissioned March 22, 1937, 
until January, 1941. 

C. B. Treadway, Tallahassee ; commissioned July 25, 1935, 
until January, 1937. 

Arthur B. Hale, Tallahassee ; commissioned March 18, 1937, 
until January, 1941. 

A. B. Dooley, Pensacola ; commissioned July 30, 1935, until 
July 29, 1938. Resigned November 29, 1937. 

O. K. Holmes, Lake City ; commissioned December 7, 1937, 
until July 30, 1938. 

Mrs. M. M. Ebert, Lake Wales; commissioned July 30. 1935, 
until July 29, 1937. 

A. C. Clewis, Tampa ; commissioned December 9, 1937, until 
July 30, 1941. 

Walter S. Hammons, Miami Beach ; commissioned August 10, 
1935, until January, 1937. 

John R. Slade, Tallahassee; commissioned March 22, 1937, 
until January, 1941. Resigned January 20, 1938. 

Alex B. Steuart, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 26, 1938, 
until January, 1941. 



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MEMBERS STATE RACING COMMISSION 

First Congressional District 

Walter H. Donovan, St. Petersburg; confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 29, 1935, until June 28. 1937. Resigned 
January 4, 1937. 

Frank Rodgers, Tampa ; commissioned January 7, 1937, until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
29, 1937, until June 28, 1939. 

Second Congressional District 

Carl G. Rose, Ocala ; confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 29, 1935, until June 28, 1937. Resigned January 4, 
1937. 

Parks Glover. Lake City ; commissioned January 7, 1937, until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
29, 1937, until June 28, 1939. 

Third Congressional District 

Thomas A. Johnson, Pensacola; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 29, 1935. until June 28. 1937. Resigned 
January 4, 1937. 

E. A. Williams, Bonifay; commissioned January 7, 1937, until 
the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
June 29, 1937, until June 28, 1939. 

Fourth Congressional District 

R. R. Saunders, Ft. Lauderdale ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 29, 1935, until June 28, 1937. Resigned Jan- 
uary 4, 1937. 

Jos. R. Stein, Miami ; commissioned January 6, 1937, until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
29, 1937, until June 28, 1939. 

Fifth Congressional District 

Roger H. West, Daytona Beach ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 29, 1935, until June 28, 1937. Resigned 
January 4, 1937. 

S. J. Hilburn, Palatka ; commissioned January 7, 1937, until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
29, 1937, until June 28, 1939. 



46 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 

Charles P. Glover, Tampa ; commissioned September 14, 1935, 
until July 27, 1937. Resigned April 28, 1938. 

R. M. Marler, Lakeland ; commissioned June 2, 1938, until 
June 27, 1941. 

Francis S. Mason, Jacksonville; commissioned July 15, 1936, 
until July 27, 1939. Resigned March 31, 1937. 

D. Earl Wilson, Miami ; commissioned April 7, 1937, until 
July 27, 1939. 

H. W. Barr, Orlando ; commissioned November 19. 1934, until 
July 27, 1937. Deceased. 

O. P. Swoope, Orlando ; commissioned December 12, 1936, 
until July 27, 1937. Recommissioned June 3, 1938. until July 
27, 1941.' 

MEMBERS STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT 

First Congressional District 

Walter R. Gall, Zephyrhills ; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned October 6, 1935, until October 5, 1939. Resigned 
January 4, 1937. 

Arthur B. Hale, Tampa ; commissioned January 7, 1937, until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
15, 1937, until October 7, 1939. 

Second Congressional District 
Roy V. Ott, Ocala ; confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned October 8, 1935, until October 8, 1939. Resigned Jan- 
uary 4, 1937. 

E. A. McColskey, Lake City ; commissioned January 7, 1937, 
until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
June 15, 1937, until October 8, 1939. 

Third Congressional District 

J. R. Asbell, Panama City ; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 3, 1935. until September 29, 1938. Resigned 
January 4, 1937. 

J. H. Faulk, Chipley ; commissioned January 7. 1937. until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
15, 1937, until September 29, 1938. Recommissioned September 
29, 1938, until next Senate. 



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Fourth Congressional District 

Willard Smith, Pahokee ; commissioned August 12, 1935, until 
next Senate. Resigned January 4, 1937. 

Brooks Batenian, Pahokee ; commissioned January 7, 1937, 
until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
June 15, 1937, until October 7, 1940. 

Fifth Congressional District 

C. B. Treadway, Tallahassee ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned May 28, 1935, until October 7, 1937. Resigned 
January 4, 1937. 

James W. Perkins, DeLand ; commissioned January 14, 1937, 
until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
June 15, 1937, until October 7, 1937. Recommissioned No- 
vember 20, 1937, until next Senate. 

MEMBERS DISTRICT BOARD OF SOCIAL WELFARE 

District No. i 
J. E. Douglas, Chipley ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

D. M. Adams, Panama City; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Jessie Currie, Pensacola ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

E. C. Work, Bagdad; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

B. P. Morris, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Ralph McLane, Pensacola; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. W. D. Duggan, Crestview ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

L. H. Paul, Bonifay ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

Joe Sherer, Molino; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure of 
Governor. 

District No. 2 

J. S. Chewing, Cross City; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned July 15, 1937. 



48 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Mrs. H. L. Oliver, Apalachicola ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. O. O. Mickler, Tallahassee; commissioned July 1, 1937. 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. R. L. Hosford, Hosford ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mary H. Carter, Marianna ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned March 23, 1938, and Mrs. 
Flora Burton, Marianna, commissioned March 30, 1938, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

R. A. Willis, Greenwood; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned March 23, 1938, and E. B. 
Liddon, Sneads, commissioned April 1, 1938, at pleasure of 
Governor. 

Mrs. W. N. Faircloth, Princeton; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

E. C. Roberts, Sopchoppy ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned May 10, 1938, and O. M. 
Ashmore, Sopchoppy, commissioned June 3, 1938, at pleasure of 
Governor. 

Claude B. Arrington, Havana; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

John H. McClellan, Blountstown ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

J. A. Whitfield, Wewahitchka; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned October 11, 1937, and F. A. 
Mahan, Monticello, commissioned August 3, 1938, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

Harry Van Brunt, Tallahassee; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

B. H. Dickens, Port St. Joe; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

District No. j 

Mrs. M. F. Home, Jasper; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

E. F. Montgomery, Lake City; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 49 

Maude M. Adamson, Mayo ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

C. J. Hackney, Live Oak; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

S. J. Gunn, Gainesville; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

J. B. Wooten, Madison; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

Samuel B. Hardee, Trenton; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Lee Elliott. Cross City; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

John Rowland, Perry; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

District No. 4 

Jasper C. Carter, Dade City; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Harry Jukes, Tarpon Springs; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Frank J. Booth, Clearwater; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Herbert VanNess. Inverness; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Rachel R. L^pham, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Tom H. Evans, Brooksville ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Deceased, and John M. Weeks, Brooks- 
ville, commissioned October 12, 1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

District No. 5 

W. P. Smith, Starke; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. Resigned February 26, 1938, and L. D. Vining, 
Starke, commissioned March 10, 1938, at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Marguerite Stringfellow, Gainesville ; commissioned July 
1, 1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Ella Strickland; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

Ira Thomas, Green Cove Springs; commissioned July. 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

4 — Gray 



50 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

James B. Fraser, Gainesville; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Winston E. Arnow, Gainesville; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Resigned June 3, 1938, and S. T. Dell, 
Gainesville, commissioned June 13, 1938, at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

Herbert Wm. Fishier, Fernandina ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Fred W. Burt, Palatka; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

H. L. Butler, St. Augustine; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Victor W. McKenzie, Bunnell; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Elizabeth Baker, Gainesville ; commissioned February 3, 1938, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

District No. 6 

Jas. Ross, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

Geo. M. Tanner, Baldwin; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Emmett Safay, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Ben Stein, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Naniscah McL. Tucker, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 
1, 1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

Milton C. Moore, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Charles R. Norton, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

District No. y 

R. W. Simpson, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. Resigned January 3, 1938, and Mrs. V. H. North- 
cutt, Tampa, commissioned January 28, 1938, at pleasure of 
Governor. 

Mrs. Ralph Marsicano, Tampa; commissioned July 1. 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 51 

W. P. Adamson, Tampa ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

James W. Warren, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Selma Ridder, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. Resigned October 13, 1937, and Mrs. Albert 
Mellon, Tampa, commissioned June 13, 1938, at pleasure of 
Governor. 

Mrs. T. C. Maquire, Plant City ; commissioned January 18, 
1938, at pleasure of Governor. 

District No. 8 

Edna M. Watters, Sebring; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Paola C. Copeland, Everglades; commissioned July 1, 1937,. 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Mary Brownell, Sarasota; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

J. H. Hancock, Punta Gorda ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. A. R. Harnett. Bradenton ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Bruce L. Davis, Arcadia; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleas- 
ure of Governor. 

Cecil V. Parkinson, Moore Haven; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

D. W. Ireland, Ft. Myers; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Clewiston ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Merle C. Kayton, Wauchula ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

District No. p 

Curtis E. Lee, Goulds; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

Mrs. Guy V. Williams; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

Mrs. Bernard Simon, Miami; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 



52 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Alvin C. Horton, Miami; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleas- 
ure of Governor. 

Bascom Palmer, Miami Beach; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Resigned November 4, 1937. 

Mrs. Edward B. Quinan, Miami; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Resigned November 15, 1937. 

District No. lo 

Stanley Kitchings, Stuart; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleas- 
ure of Governor. 

Mrs. Christine Edenfield, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 
1, 1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

David Rose, Sebastian; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. Resigned September 3, 1938, and Elizabeth Rose, 
Sebastian, commissioned August 22, 1938, at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

Otis R. Parker, Ft. Pierce; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned January 18, 1939. 

G. A. Chalker, Palm Beach; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Carl N. Herman, West Palm Beach; commissioned July 1, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

Ernest A. Ramsey, Key West; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

H. C. McDermid, Okeechobee; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned February 13, 1938, and E. tl. 
Hunt, Okeechobee, commissioned March 1, 1938, at pleasure of 
Governor. 

Mrs. R. E. Oliver, West Palm Beach; commissioned July 1, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

District No. ii 

Mrs. Irene Borden, Ocala ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned September 28, 1937, and Ben 
C. Withers, Ocala, commissioned April 14, 1938. at pleasure of 
Governor. 

Mrs. B. P). Garner, Lakeland; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned March 28, 1938, and Mrs. W. 
F. Reid, Lakeland, commissioned April 14, 1938. at pleasure of 
Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 53 

Wilbur Robinson, Leesburg; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned December 20, 1938, and Cecil 
C. Theus, Leesburg, commissioned January 13, 1939, at pleasure 
of Governor. 

Harwell Wilson, Winter Haven; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. S. C. Colley, Mt. Dora; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. J. M. Douglas, Wiersdale ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. J. H. Popham, Center Hill; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mr. R. B. Fuller, Mulberry; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. V. R. Judson, Bartow; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

District No. I2 

Eldridge Hart, Winter Park; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

L. A. Perkins, DeLand ; commissioned July 1, 1937, at pleasure 
of Governor. Resigned June 5, 1938, and R. P. Walters, De- 
Land, commissioned June 22, 1938, at pleasure of Governor. 

William F. Cappleman, Winter Garden; commissioned July 1, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. 

Geo. I. Fullerton, New Smyrna; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Lotta R. Longstreet, Daytona Beach ; commissioned July 
1, 1937, at pleasure of Governor. Resigned November 22, 1938. 

Mrs. Mary Crosby, Kissimmee ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Edna Price Rosenkranz, Orlando; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

James F. McMillan, Cocoa; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. A. G. Wagner, Chuluota; commissioned July 1, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. L. W. Summerlin, Daytona Beach ; commissioned July 
1, 1937, at pleasure of Governor. 



54 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD VETERINARY EXAMINERS 

J. D. Catlett, Miami; commissioned December 14, 1933, until 
October 21, 1937. 

Joseph J. Vara, Bonifay; commissioned November 4, 1937, 
until October 21, 1941. 

John J. Wells, West Palm Beach ; commissioned January 2, 

1936, until December 20, 1939. 

H. C. Nichols, Ocala; commissioned April 27, 1936, until Jan- 
uary 3, 1940. 

MEMBERS STATE WELFARE BOARD 

Clayton C. Codrington, Commissioner, Lake City ; commis- 
sioned July 1, 1937, until June 30, 1941. 

George T. Shannon, Tampa, Member; commissioned July 1, 

1937, for one year. 

T. Payne Kelly, Tampa, Member; commissioned July 26, 1938, 
until next Senate. 

R. Pope Reese, Pensacola, Member; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
for one year. Resigned July 9, 1938, and Albert R. Caro, Pen- 
sacola, Member, commissioned July 14, 1938, until next Senate. 

Alto Adams, Ft. Pierce, Member; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
for one year. Recommissioned July 23, 1938, until next Senate. 
Resigned November 23, 1938. 

Clyde Taylor, Jacksonville, Member; commissioned July 1, 
1937, for two years, or until next Senate. 

W. H. Milton, Marianna, Member; commissioned July 1, 
1937, for two years, or until next Senate. 

Ivey Futch, Lake Placid, Member; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
for three years, or until next Senate. 

J. V. Roberts, Daytona Beach, Member; commissioned July 1, 
1937, for four years, or until next Senate. 

NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW 

Mrs. James A. Craig, Jacksonville ; commissioned May 13, 
1930; term not fixed by law. See Sections 3584, 3585 and 3586, 
Compiled General Laws of Florida 1927. 

Miss Florence Corrington, Miami ; commissioned June 18, 
1934 ; term not fixed by law. See Sections 3584, 3585 and 3586, 
Compiled General Laws of Florida 1927. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 55 

Mrs. Carl W. Hill, Tampa; commissioned January 21, 1936; 
term not fixed by law. See Sections 3584, 3585 and 3586, Com- 
piled General Laws of Florida 1927. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR 

W. B. Cone, Macclenny ; commissioned January 5, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

STATE AUDITOR AND ASSISTANTS 

State Auditor 

Bryan Willis, Tallahassee; commissioned August 15, 1935, 
until August 14, 1939. Resigned February 25, 1937, and 

William M. Wainwright, Starke, commissioned February 26, 
1937, until August 14, 1939. 

Assistant State Auditors 

W. M. Abernethy, Jacksonville; commissioned December 21, 
1936, until December 10, 1940. 

J. M. Cooley, Tampa ; commissioned December 28, 1936, until 
June 29, 1939. 

W. C. Goodjohn, Tallahassee; commissioned September 7, 
1934, until January 4, 1937. 

A. J. Henry, Tallahassee ; commissioned August 7, 1936, until 
July 5, 1939. 

W. Y. Mickle, DeLand ; commissioned December 28, 1936, 
until September 11. 1938. 

H. L. Pearce, Titusville; commissioned December 30, 1936, 
until June 30, 1939. Resigned September 30, 1938. 

J. B. Wethcrington, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned December 
30, 1936, until June 30, 1939. 

S. A. Wahnish, Tallahassee; commissioned December 30, 1936, 
until June 28, 1940. Resigned July 1, 1937. 

W. R. England, Inverness ; commissioned December 28. 1936, 
until December 4, 1940. 

STATE ARCHEOLOGIST 

Vernon Lamme, Tallahassee ; commissioned according to the 
provisions of Chapter 16782, Acts of 1935. Suspended Decem- 
ber 11, 1935. Reinstated May 7. 1937. Resigned July 9, 1937. 



56 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE CHEMIST 

J. J. Taylor, Tallahassee ; term expired August 4, 1933. 

ASSISTANT STATE CHEMISTS 

B. Jay Owen, Tallahassee ; term expired January 30, 1933. 
J. K. Lawton, Tallahassee; term expired August 25, 1933. 
Gordon Hart, Tallahassee; term expired August 29, 1933. 
Richard M. Smith, Tallahassee ; term expired July 12, 1935. 
Nails Berryman, Tallahassee; term expired September 6, 1935. 
E. Peck Green, Tallahassee; term expired September 1, 1935. 

STATE HEALTH OFFICER 

W. A. McPhaul Pensacola ; commissioned December 5, 1935. 
until September 12, 1937. Recommissioned September 12, 1937, 
until September 12, 1941. 

STATE LABOR INSPECTOR 

John H. Mackey, Jacksonville ; commissioned January 19, 1927, 
until January 18, 1931. Deceased. No successor named. 

STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER 

L. M. Rhodes, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 8, 1936, until 
June 6, 1938. Recommissioned June 20, 1938, until June 6, 1940. 

STATE MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSIONER 

B. F. Mizell, Tallahassee ; commissioned October 16, 1935, 
until October 1, 1939. Resigned January 4, 1937, and Thomas 
W. Long, Tavares, commissioned January 18, 1937, until Oc- 
tober 1, 1939. Resigned September 22, 1937, and 

D. W. Finley, Tallahassee ; commissioned September 22, 1937, 
until October 1, 1939. 

STATE SERVICE OFFICER AND ASSISTANT 

C. H. Holstlaw, Bay Pines; commissioned December 1, 1934, 
until October 30, 1938. 

Assistant 
John Falkenburry, DeLand ; commissioned February 16, 1935, 
until February 15, 1939. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 57 

SHIP CANAL AUTHORITY 

Chas. P. Summerall, Eustis ; commissioned June 5, 1933, until 
June 4. 1937. Recommissioned April 28, 1938, until April 27, 
1941. 

Walter F. Coachman, Jr., Jacksonville ; commissioned June 5, 
1933, until June 4, 1937. Recommissioned May 4, 1938, until 
June 5, 1941. 

J. \^^ Campbell, Palatka ; commissioned April 24, 1936, until 
June 5, 1937. Recommissioned April 30, 1938, until June 5, 
1941. 

Eugene G. Peek, Ocala ; commissioned November 15, 1935, 
until June 5, 1937. Resigned October 5, 1936, and Rush H. 
Todd, Ocala, commissioned December 9, 1936, until June 5, 1937. 
Recommissioned April 20, 1938, until June 5, 1941. 

J. W. Turner, Cedar Key; commissioned June 5, 1933, until 
June 4, 1937. 

Harry B. Rogers, Cedar Key; commissioned April 30, 1938, 
until June 5, 1941. 

STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

R. H. Gore, Ft. Lauderdale ; commissioned January 12, 1939, 
until January 11, 1943. 

W. A. Saunders. White Springs ; commissioned January 12, 
1939, until January 11, 1943. 

Ruth Latham Uall, Jacksonville; commissioned February 11, 
1939, until February 10, 1943. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 

Henry Richardson, Jacksonville; term expires February 10, 
1937. 

W. M. Deschamps, Tampa; term expires April 17, 1937. 

B. F. Hatfield, Tampa; term expires June 13, 1937. 

S. C. Graham, Sanford; term expires June 13, 1937. 

G. B. Caton, Ocala; term expires July 31, 1937. Resigned 
August 10, 1936. 

A. R. Hilton, Dunnellon; term expires July 31, 1937. 



58 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Charles Edward Bass, Orlando; term expires December 15, 
1937. 

Davifl Lassie Hendrick, Tampa ; term expires December 23, 
1937. 

R. D. Hawkins, Sanford; term expires March 6, 1938. 

Solon W. Elliott, Jacksonville ; term expires March 6, 1938. 

W. D. Embry, Lakeland ; term expires March 6, 1938. 

Marosie Thigpen, Lakeland ; term expires March 6, 1938. 

D. M. Longmire, Jacksonville; term expires March 6, 1938. 

B. W. Bedenbaiigh, High Springs ; term expires March 6, 1938. 

C. J. Barnes, Jacksonville ; term expires June 4, 1938. 

E. O. Carlton, Tampa ; term expires June 4, 1938. 
S. S. Duncan. Sebring; term expires June 4, 1938. 
C. M. McElroy, Tampa; term expires June 4, 1938. 
W. P. Rideout, Tampa ; term expires June 4, 1938. 

E. E. Wheeler, Jacksonville ; term expires June 4, 1938. 
John W. Lindsey, Jacksonville ; term expires August 20, 1938. 
J. A. Dorsey, Ocala ; term expires August 20, 1938. 
T. K. Whitley, St. Petersburg; term expires January 1, 1939. 
J. L. Adams, Ocala ; term expires January 4, 1939. 

A. B. Chance, Jacksonville ; term expires January 4, 1939. 
J. C. Clements, Ft. Myers ; term expires January 4, 1939. 
Henry Richardson, Jacksonville ; term expires April 30, 1939. 
M. M. DesChamps, Tampa ; term expires April 27, 1939. 

S. C. Graham, Sanford ; term expires April 27, 1939. 

B. F. Hatfield, Tampa ; term expires April 27, 1939. 

A. R. Hilton, Wilmington ; term expires August 6, 1939. Re- 
signed July 8, 1938. 

C. A. Bass, Orlando ; term expires December 19, 1939. 

D. L. Hendricks, Tampa ; term expires December 19, 1939. 
S. W. Elliott, Palatka ; term expires March 13, 1940. 

R. D. Hawkins, Jacksonville; term expires March 13, 1940. 
W. D. Embry, Tampa; term expires March 13, 1940. 

D. M. Longmire, St. Petersburg; term expires March 14, 1940. 

B. W. Bedenbaugh, High Springs; term expires March 14, 
1940. 

C. M. McElroy, Tampa; term expires June 18, 1940. 

E. E. Wheeler, Jacksonville; term expires June 18, 1940. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 59. 

C. J. Barnes, Jacksonville ; term expires June 16, 1940. 
E. O. Carlton, Tampa; term expires June 18, 1940. 
S. S. Duncan, Sebring; term expires June 18, 1940. 

E. P. Rideout, Tampa ; term expires June 18, 1940. 
H. C. Reddish, Tampa; term expires August 16, 1940. 

J. W. Lindsey, Jacksonville; term expires August 30, 1940. 
J. A. Dorsey, Ocala; term expires August 30, 1940. 

FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANY 

P. H. Burns, South Jacksonville ; term expires Janviary 30, 
1937. 

W. B. Gordon, South Jacksonville ; term expires January 30, 
1937. Resigned October 5, 1936. 

W. I. Minton, New Smyrna; term expires February 24, 1937. 

R. M. Mehaffey, Miami ; term expires June 18, 1937. Re- 
signed August 18, 1935. 

Wm. M. Ridge, St. Augustine ; term expires September 23, 
1937. 

Wm. B. McDonald, Miami ; term expires September 24, 1937. 

J. H. Baldwin, Jacksonville; term expires December 31, 1938. 
Resigned October 16, 1937. 

A. Hamilton, Jacksonville ; term expires June 23, 1938. 

F. M. Scruggs, Jacksonville ; term expires August 27, 1938. 

J. M. Johnson, Key West; term expires January 2, 1939. Re- 
signed January 12, 1938. 

C. B. Lynch, Miami; term expires January 11, 1939. 

E. C. Stokes, Miami; term expires January 11, 1939. 

P. H. Burns, South Jacksonville ; term expires January 27, 
1939. 

W. I. Minton, New Smyrna; term expires February 24, 1939. 

J. M. Mehaffey, Miami; term expires May 16, 1939. Re- 
signed August 29, 1937. 

B. F. Oliveros, Jacksonville ; term expires August 25, 1939. 
Robert H. Anderson, Jacksonville ; term expires September 10, 

1939. 

L. O. Davis, Jr., Jacksonville ; term expires November 19, 1939. 
E. C. Stokes, Miami ; term expires December 29, 1939. 



60 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Domick Lillo, Pompano; term expires December 29, 1939. 
Resigned January 8, 1938. 

A. Hamilton, Jacksonville; term expires June 22, 1940. 

J. H. Baldwin, Jacksonville ; term expires August 22, 1940. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 

R. M. Rhoden, Jacksonville ; term expires February 5, 1937. 

J. L. Cheek, Jacksonville; term expires August 10, 1937. Re- 
signed October 1, 1936. 

W. M. Gibson, Jacksonville; term expires May 15, 1937. 

J. E. Kenner, Ocala; term expires June 4, 1937. 

J. R. Anderson, Jacksonville ; term- expires October 9, 1937. 

L. M. Sumner, Jacksonville ; term expires December 3, 1937. 

O. P. Scarborough, Baldwin ; term expires December 6. 1937. 

N. A. Chesser, Tampa ; term expires December 6, 1937. 

Jack R. Garner, Tampa; term expires December 16, 1937. 

R. C. Jackson, Tampa ; term expires December 16, 1937. 

C. H. Lee, Tampa ; term expires December 16, 1937. 

C. C. Hicks, Jacksonville ; term expires February 5, 1938. 

W. R. Owens, Miami; term expires February 11, 1938. 

E. L. Webb, Tampa; term expires February 16, 1938. 

K. W. Gates, West Palm Beach ; term expires June 12, 1938. 

Carl M. West, Tampa; term expires September 7, 1938. 

R. M. Rhoden, Lake City ; term expires February 4, 1939. 

C. P. Boiler, Jacksonville; term expires March 1, 1939. 

W. R. Pulliam, Jacksonville; term expires March 11, 1939. 
Resigned March 24, 1938. 

J. E. Kenner, Wildwood ; term expires August 1. 1939. 

C. L. Nelms, Jacksonville ; term expires August 22, 1939. 

L. M. Sumner, Jacksonville; term expires January 6, 1940. 

O. P. Scarborough, Baldwin ; term expires January 9, 1940. 

N. A. Chesser, Tampa ; term expires January 9, 1940. 

J. R. Garner, Tampa ; term expires January 9, 1940. 

R. C. Jackson, Tampa; term expires January 9, 1940. 

T. B. Reddick, Tampa; term expires January 28, 1940. 

W. R. Owens, Miami; term expires February 15, 1940. Re- 
signed August 1, 1938. 

C. C. Hicks, Jacksonville; term expires February 24, 1940. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 61 

E. L. Webb, Tampa; term expires February 24, 1940. 
K. W. Gates, Tallahassee ; term expires June 30, 1940. 

G. S. AND F. RAILWAY COMPANY 

James H. Hood, Jacksonville; term expires April 14, 1937. 
Charles W. Carson, Jacksonville ; term expires April 14, 1937. 
J. H. Johnson, Jacksonville ; term expires December 5, 1937. 
J. C. Ledford, Jacksonville; term expires December 5, 1937. 
J. H. Johnson, Jacksonville; term expires May 13, 1940. 

JACKSONVILLE TERMINAL COMPANY 

T. W. Parsons, Jr., Jacksonville ; term expires March 2, 1940. 
B. B. Haslett, Jacksonville ; term expires March 2, 1940. 
N. G. Nunn, Jacksonville ; term expires March 2, 1940. 
J. A. Gillen, Jacksonville ; term expires June 7, 1940. 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM 

James H. Hood, Jacksonville; term expires July 13, 1940. 
iLester M. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 13. 1940. 

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY 

James Orrin Damon ; term expires September 18, 1940. 

SUPERVISOR OF CONSERVATION 

G. W. Davis, Tallahassee; commissioned July 11, 1933, pur- 
suant to provisions of Chapter 16178, Laws of 1933. Resigned 
February 22, 1937. 

R. L. Dowling, Tallahassee ; commissioned as of February 22, 
1937, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 16178, Laws of 1933. 

SUUPERVISORS OF NAPOLEON B. BROWARD DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

L T. Parker, Dania ; commissioned July 25, 1938, until July 
24, 1942. 

H. M. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned April 22, 1934, 
until August 21, 1938. Recommissioned July 11, 1938, until 
July 10, 1942. 

W. H. Aires, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 31, 1935, 
until July 15, 1937. Recommissioned July 14, 1938, until July 
13, 1942. 



62 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

TUBERCULOSIS BOARD ( STATE) 

Nellie P. Stanley, Daytona Beach ; commissioned May 8, 1934, 
until March 16, 1938. Resigned May 30, 1936. 

May McCormick Pynchon, Jacksonville ; commissioned June 
22, 1936, until March 16, 1938. Resigned March 16, 1936. 

Arnold S. Anderson, St. Petersburg; commissioned October 
20, 1936, until March 16, 1938. 

W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville; commissioned August 22, 1936, 
until March 16, 1940. 

Nellie P. Stanley, Daytona Beach ; commissioned November 
2, 1936, until August 28,' 1940. 



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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



71 



MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE, 1939 

(Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State) 



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STATE SENATORS 

1 — W. H. Mapoles, Crestview** 
2— Philip D. Beall, Pensacola* * 

3 — D. Stuart Gillis, DeFuniak Springs** 
4 — Amos Lewis, Marianna* 
5— H. N. Walker, Wakulla Station** 
6— A. L. Wilson, Quincy* 
7— S. L. Holland, Bartow** 
8 — Wm. C. Hodges, Tallahassee* 
9 — George A. Dame, Inverness** 
10— R. C. Home, Madison* 
11 — J. Locke Kelly, Clearwater** 
12— F. P. Parker, Mayo* 
13 — E. R. Graham, Pensuco** 
14 — ^J. Wofford Lindler, Lake City* 
15 — Charley E. Johns, Starke** 
16 — Dan Kelly, Jr., Fernandina* 
17— S. A. Hinely, Live Oak** 
18 — ^J. Turner Butler, Jacksonville* 
19— Walter W. Rose, Orlando** 
20 — C. A. Savage, Ocala* 
21 — Henry B. Coulter, Bronson** 
22— S. D. Clarke, Monticello* 
23 — George F. Westbrook, Clermont** 
24 — David Elmer Ward, Fort Myers* 
25— Joe Sharit, Port St. Joe** 
26— H. S. McKenzie, Palatka* 
27 — H. G. Murphy, Zolfo Springs** 
28— Hubert A. Price, Ormond* 
29 — J. D. Dugger, Macclenny** 
30 — R. S. Adams, Jasper* 
31 — Peter Kendrick, St. Augustine** 
32 — R. Lucas Black, Gainesville* 
33— A. O. Kanner, Stuart** 



72 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District 34— Pat Whitaker, Tampa* 

District 35 — John R. Beacham, West Palm Beach** 

District Z6 — Dewey A. Dye, Bradenton* 

District 37 — J. J. Parrish, Tittisville** 

District 38 — John W. Gideons, Webster* 



*Nominated in i938. 
**Hold-overs. 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Alachua — Joe C. Jenkins, Gainesville 

Alachua — J. C. (Jap) Harris, LaCrosse 

Baker — Edwin G. Eraser, Macclenny 

Bay — J. Ed Stokes, Panama City 

Bay — H. L. Sudduth, Panama City 

Bradford — George H. Inman, Starke 

Brevard — Noah B. Butt, Cocoa 

Broward — John S. Burwell, Fort Lauderdale 

Broward — George W. Leaird, Hollywood 

Calhoun — J. Frank Adams, Blountstown 

Charlotte — Leo Wotitzky, Punta Gorda 

Citrus — George W. Scofield, Inverness 

Clay — J. Slater Smith, Green Cove Springs 

Collier — W. Z. Piatt, Everglades 

Columbia — Byron T. Niblack, Fort White 

Dade — George E. Holt, Miami 

Dade — John J. Lindsey, Miami 

Dade — H. E. Overstreet, IMiami 

DeSoto — J. L. Dishong, Arcadia 

Dixie — K. Griner, Cross City 

Duval — W. McL. Christie, Jacksonville 

Duval — John W. Harrell, Jacksonville 

Duval — Fuller Warren, Jacksonville 

Escambia — Edwin Holsberry, Pensacola 

Escambia — Everett O. Malone. Jr., Pensacola 

Flagler — H. T. Cook, Bunnell 

Franklin — R. Don McLeod, Apalachicola 

Gadsden — George W. Johnson, Gretna 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 73 

Gadsden — E. H. Slappey, Havana 

Gilchrist — J. Alin Ayers, Trenton 

Glades — Joe H. Peeples, Moore Haven 

Gulf — E. Clay Lewis, Jr.. Port St. Joe 

Hamilton — F. B. Harrell, Jasper 

Hardee — M. G. (Bud) Farabee, Wauchula * 

Hendry — Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston 

Hernando — Dewey M. Johnson, Brooksville 

Highlands — M. C. Whitehurst, Sebring 

Hillsborough— E. P. Martin, Plant City 

Hillsborough — Raymond Sheldon, Tampa 

Hillsborough — Seth Dekle, Tampa 

Holmes — A. P. Drummond, Bonifay 

Indian River — Dr. G. L. Harrell, Vero Beach 

Jackson — J. H. Pickets, Alford 

Jackson — James H. Finch. Marianna 

Jefferson — Richard H. Simpson, Monticello 

Lafayette — Claude T. Ange, Mayo 

Lake — W. F. Robinson, Leesburg 

Lake — Thomas H. Cooley, Mount Dora 

Lee — Guy M. Strayhorn, Fort Myers 

Leon — LeRoy Collins, Tallahassee 

Leon — Walter T. M^oore, Jr., Tallahassee 

Levy — Halley B. Lewis, Williston 

Liberty — G. Pierce Wood, Bristol 

Madison— J. F. McCall, Madison 

Madison — David Lanier, Madison 

Manatee — Thomas A. Howze, Jr., Bradenton 

Manatee — William J. Ray, Bradenton 

Marion — A. B. Folks, Ocala 

Marion — Marcus Frank, Ocala 

Martin — Evans Crary, Stuart 

Monroe — B. C. Papy, Key West 

Nassau — Thomas Shave, Jr., Fernandina 

Okaloosa — Robert F. Sikes, Crestview 

Okeechobee — Peter Tomassello, Jr., Okeechobee City 

Orange — Robert L. Hodges, Orlando 

Orange — L. C. Leedy, Orlando 



74 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Osceola — C. W. Bruns, St. Cloud 

Palm Beach — Russell O. Morrow, Lake Worth 

Palm Beach— Herbert D. Beck, Belle Glade 

Pasco — John S. Burks, Dade City 

Pinellas — W. D. Outman, St. Petersburg 

Pinellas — Archie Clement, Tarpon Springs 

Pinellas — Walter P. Fuller, St. Petersburg 

Polk— J. P. Marchant, Lakeland 

Polk — Henry M. Sinclair, Winter Haven 

Polk — E. Snow Martin, Bartow 

Putnam — H. M. Fearnside, Palatka 

Putnam — T. C. Douglas, Welaka 

St. Johns — J. H. (Jack) Turner, St. Augustine 

St. Johns — John Versaggi, St. Augustine 

St. Lucie — Dan McCarty, Fort Pierce 

Santa Rosa — T. Franklin West, Milton 

Sarasota — Winder II. Surrency, Sarasota 

Seminole — H. J. Lehman, Sanford 

Seminole — John G. Leonardy, Sanford 

Sumter — J. C. Getzen, Jr., Bushnell 

Suwannee — John Q. Boatwright, Live Oak 

Suwannee — Tom W. Allen, Wellborn 

Taylor — J. H. Scales, Perry 

Union — D. H. Dukes, Worthington 

Volusia — J. U. Gillespie, New Smyrna Beach 

Volusia — Charles Tom Henderson, Holly Hill 

Wakulla — B. W. Becton, Sopchoppy 

Walton — T. D. Beasley, DeFuniak Springs 

Washington — Newton G. Berry, Chipley 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 75 

FEDERAL COURTS OF FLORIDA 



NORTHERN DISTRICT 

DISTRICT JUDGE 

A. V. Long, Gainesville, Fla. Commissioned June 6, 19v34. 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

George Earl Hoffman, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed April 1, 
1933. 

ASSISTANT U. S. ATTORNEY 

A, Alston Fisher, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed December 
12, 1935. 

W. B. Watson, Jr., Gainesville, Florida. Appointed January 
17, 1936. 

SECRETARY TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Bernice Hirschman, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed April 20, 
1937. 

CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 

Wm. Logan Hill, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed October 1, 
1934. 

DEPUTY CLERKS 

Marion Howe, Chief Deputy, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed 
December 21, 1932. 

Maggie B. Phillips, Marianna, Florida. 

R. B. Marsh, Tallahassee, Florida. 

S. Larkin Carter, Gainesville, Florida. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL 

E. Marvin Sessoms, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed November 
4, 1935. 

OFFICE DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS 

N. B. Averitt, Chief Deputy, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed 
November 20, 1933. 

Hazel Morrison, Pensacola, Florida. 
L. Metzger Allen, Pensacola, Florida. 
Adam M. Lewis, Jr., Marianna, Florida. 
Wm. Harvey Waits, Gainesville, Florida. 



76 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER 

Roy A. Berga, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed October 3, 1934. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS OF THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF 

FLORIDA 

Halcott Anderson, Pensacola, Florida. 
J. Montrose Edrehi, Pensacola, Florida. 
W. H. Milton, Marianna, Florida. 
Raymond B. Marsh, Tallahassee, Florida. 
S. Larkin Carter, Gainesville, Florida. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY 

Churchill Mellen, Pensacola. Commissioned December 20, 
1935. 

Cecil Rountree, Marianna. Commissioned August 2, 1936. 

James Messer, Jr., Tallahassee. Commissioned October 28, 
1931. 

John A. H. Murphree, Jr., Gainesville. Commissioned Janu- 
ary 16, 1936. 

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING COURT 

District Court. — Second Monday in February and Tuesday 
next after First Monday in September at Tallahassee ; First 
Mondays in November and May at Pensacola; Second Mondays 
in June and December at Gainesville ; First IMonday in April at 
Marianna; First Monday in October at Panama City. 

COUNTIES IN THE DISTRICT 

Alachua, Bay, Calhoun, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, 
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, Oka- 
loosa, Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, Washington, Gil- 
christ, Gulf. 
■ S. Larkin Carter, Deputy Clerk, Gainesville. 

Raymond B. Marsh, Deputy Clerk, Tallahassee. 

Maggie B. Phillips, Deputy Clerk, Marianna. 

Office of Clerk at Pensacola, Gainesville, Tallahassee and Mari- 
anna open by Clerk or Deputy each business day. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 77 

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 

DISTRICT JUDGES 

Alexander Akerman, Tampa, Florida. (AUie M. Maynard, 
Secretary.) , 

John W. Holland. Miami, Florida. (Florence B. Price, Secre- 
tary.) 

Louie W. Strum, Jacksonville, Florida. (Blanche Brooks, 
Secretary.) 

CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 

Edwin R. Williams, Jacksonville, Florida. 

DEPUTY CLERKS 

Harold S. Darby, Chief Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
George W. Pichford, Deputy in Charge, Miami. 
Julian A. Blake, Deputy in Charge, Tampa. 
C. Rodney Gwynn, Deputy in Charge, Key West. 
L. Gibson House, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Ellen E. Williams, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Margaret M. Moorehead, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Walter A. Daley, Deputy Clerk, Orlando. 
Waldo A. Roberts, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
J. A. Law, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Myra P. Phillips, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Nettie C. Tidwell, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Anna M. Fitzsimmons, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 
James C. Shenn, Deputy Clerk. Miami. 
Albert E. Call. Deputy Clerk. Miami. 
Earle F. Sprigg. Deputy Clerk, Miami. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL 

Chester S. Dishong, Jacksonville, Florida. 

DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS 

Leo M. Mack, Chief Deputy, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Rowland E. Dyson, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Ernest J. Butler, Jacksonville, Florida. 



78 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Ruth Wilson, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Mary T. Brenaman, Jacksonville, Florida. 

David F. C. Robertson, Jacksonvile, Florida. 

Jerry D. Dragones, Jacksonville, Florida. 

William C. Gugel, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Walter C. Crumbley, Deputy in Charge, Tampa, Florida. 

Howard I. Brown, Tampa. Florida. 

Henderson F. Mynatt, Tampa, Florida. 

Frank B. Tippins, Tampa, Florida. 

George F. Morse, Tampa, Florida. 

Roy E. Larson, Deputy in Charge, Jacksonville, Florida. 

James J. Hennessy, Miami, Florida. 

John F. McParland, Miami, Florida. 

Daniel L. Campbell, Miami, Florida. 

Raymond G. Bush, Key West, Florida. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY 

Herbert S. Phillips, Tampa, Florida. 

ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS 

William A. Paisley, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Joseph E. Gillen, Tampa, Florida. 

George P. Raney, Jr., Tampa, Florida. 

Edith House (also Chief Clerk), Jacksonville, Florida. 

Damon G. Yerkes, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Lloyd C. Hooks, Miami, Florida. 

CLERKS TO U. S. ATTORNEY 

Libbie A. Pexa, Tampa, Folrida. 
Katherine L Brady, Miami, Florida. 
Margaret Z. Groover. Jacksonville, Florida. 
Rose Meyers, Jacksonville, Florida. 
B. Otis Birdsong, Tampa, Florida. 
Frances M. Hughey, Miami, Florida. 
Vera E. Atkins, Tampa, Florida. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS 

Walter A. Daley, Orlando. 
Carl Noble, Jacksonville. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 79 

Paul Pinkerton, Tampa. 

William H. Timmons, Ocala. 

C. Rodney Gwynn, Key West. 

Roger E. Davis, Miami. 

Robert L. Earnest, West Palm Beach. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY 

Morgan F. Jones, Jacksonville. 
L. Earl Curry, Miami. 
Nathan Graham, Tampa. 
Allen E. Waler, Winter Haven. 

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING COURT 

At Jacksonville — First Monday in December. 

At Tampa — Second Monday in February. 

At Miami — Fourth Monday in April. 

At Key West — First Mondays in May and November. 

At Orlando — First Monday in October. 

At Ocala — Third Monday in January. 

At Fernandina — First Monday in April. 

At Fort Pierce — First Monday in February. 

DIVISIONS OF THE DISTRICT 

Jacksonville Division— Baker, Bradford, Clay, Citrus, Colum- 
bia, Duval, Flagler, Hamilton, Madison, Marion, Nassau, Put- 
nam, St. Johns, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, Volusia. 

Miami Division — Broward, Collier, Dade, Monroe, Palm 
Beach. 

Tampa Division — Charlotte, DeSoto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, 
Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Pasco, Pi- 
nellas, Polk, Sarasota. 

Orlando Division — Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole. 

Fort Pierce Division — Okeechobee, Indian River, Martin, St. 
Lucie. 

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT 

CHIEF JUSTICE 

Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1943. 



80 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES 

Armstead Brown. Tallahassee; term expires January, 1941. 
Roy H. Chapman, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1941. 
J. B. Whitfield, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1943. 
Rivers Buford, Tallahassee ; term expires January 1945. 
Elwyn Thomas. Tallahassee; term expires January, 1945. 

CIRCUIT JUDGES 

First Judicial Circuit — Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and 
Walton Counties. 

Angus G. Campbell, DeFuniak Springs ; term expires July 29 
1941. 

L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola ; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla, 
Jefferson and Liberty Counties. 

E. C. Love, Ouincy ; term expires July 29, 1941. 

J. B. Johnson, Tallahassee; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Madison, Taylor, LaFayette, Suwan- 
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties. 

R. H. Rowe, Madison; term expires July 29, 1941. 
Hal W. Adams, Mayo; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 
DeWitt T. Gray, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1941. 
Bayard B. Shields, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1941. 
A. D. McNeil, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Duval County Circuit — Duval County only. 

Miles W. Lewis. Jacksonville ; term expires December 2, 1942. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and 
Sumter Counties. 

J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Fred L. Stringer. Brooksville; term expires May 11, 1939, 
commissioned as Circuit Judge old Twenty-Fourth Circuit. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 

John U. Bird, Clearwater; term expires July 29, 1941. 

T. Frank Hobson, St. Petersburg; term expires July 29, 1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 81 

John I. Viney, St. Petersburg; Additional Circuit Judge, See 
Opinion of Attorney General and State, ex rel. Landis, v. Bird 
states, term expires June 3, 1939. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and 
Flagler Counties. 

Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine ; term expires July 29, 
1941. 

Herbert B. Frederick, Daytona Beach ; term expires July 29, 
1941. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Bradford, 
Union and Levy Counties. 

H. L. Sebring, Gainesville; term expires July 29, 1941. 
A. Z. Adkins, Gainesville; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 

M. B. Smith, Titusville ; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Alto Adams, Ft. Pierce ; term expires next Senate. 

Frank A. Smith, Orlando; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands Counties. 

H. C. Petteway, Lakeland; term expires July 29, 1941. 

W. J. Barker, Bartow; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 

W. W. Trammell, Miami; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Paul D. Barns, Miami; term expires July 29, 1941. 

H. F. Atkinson, Miami; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Arthur Gomez, Key West; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char- 
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties. 

Geo. W. \Miitehurst, Ft. Myers; term expires July 29, 1941. 
W. T. Harrison, Palmetto; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 

L. L, Parks, Tampa; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Harry N. Sandler, Tampa; term expires July 29, 1941. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jack- 
son, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

Ira A. Hutchison, Panama City; term expires July 29, 1941. 

E. C. Welch, Marianna; term expires July 29, 1941. 

6 — Gray 



82 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach Coun- 
ties. 

C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach ; term expires July 29, 
1941. 

Geo. W. Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires July 29, 1941. 

STATE ATTORNEYS 

First Judicial Circuit — Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and 
Walton Counties. 

E. Dixie Beggs, Jr., Pensacola ; term expires April 23, 1941. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla, 
Jefferson and Liberty Counties. 

O. C. Parker, Jr., Tallahassee ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan- 
nee. Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties. 

A. K. Black, Lake City; term expires June 22, 1941. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 
William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville; term expires June 
20, 1941. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and 
Sumter Counties. 

J. W. Hunter, Tavares ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit- — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 

Chester B. McMullen, Clearwater; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and 
Flagler Counties. 

]\Iurray Sams, DeLand ; term expires April 21, 1941. 

Eighth Judicial CzVn«7— Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Bradford, 
Union and Levy Counties. 

J. C. Adkins, Gainesville; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 
Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands Counties. 
L. Grady Burton, Wauchula; term expires July 29, 1939. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 83 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 
G. A. Worley, Miami ; term expires July 29. 1939. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — ^lanatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char- 
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry, and Collier Counties. 

Roy D. Stubbs, Ft. Myers ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
J. Rex Farrior, Tampa ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jack- 
son, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

John H. Carter, Jr., Marianna ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach Counties. 
Louis F. Maire. Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEYS 

First Judicial Circuit — Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and 
Walton Counties. 

None. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Franklin, Gadsden. Leon, Wakulla, 
Jefferson and Liberty Counties. 

None. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Madison. Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan- 
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties. 

O. O. Edwards, Cross City ; term expires July 30, 1939. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 

■James H. Bunch, Jacksonville; term expires June 20. 1941. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Marion, Citrus, Hernando. Lake and 
Sumter Counties. 

James M. Smith, Jr.. Ocala ; term expires July 30, 1939. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 

Arthur L. Auvil, Dade City ; term expires July 30, 1939. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and 
Flagler Counties. 

Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka; term expires July 30. 1939. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Bradford, 
Union and Levy Counties. 

Hal Y. Maines, Lake Butler; term expires July 30, 1939. 



84 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 
Lloyd F. Boyle, Sanford ; term expires July 30, 1939. 
Angus Sumner, Ft. Pierce; term expires June 4, 194L 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands Counties. 
J. C. Rogers, Lakeland ; term expires July 30, 1939. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 

Joseph Otto, Miami ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

J. Lancelot Lester, Key West ; term expires July 29, 1939. 

Tzvelfth Judicial Circuit — Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char- 
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties. 

W. M. Smiley, Bradenton ; term expires July 30. 1939. 
Sumter Leitner, Arcadia; term expires July 30, 1939. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
J. Frank Umstot, Tampa ; term expires July 30, 1939. 
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jack- 
son, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

L. D. McRae, Chipley; term expires July 30, 1939. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach Counties. 
Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach ; term expires July 30, 1939. 

OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS 

First Judicial Circuit — Julia McKinnon, DeFuniak Springs. 

Second Judicial Circuit — John H. Patterson, Jr., Tallahassee. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Gussie Miller, Lake City. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Ralph W. Pattison, Jacksonville. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Jetf Wood, Leesburg; Ruth Murphy, 
Brooksville. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — B. E. Satterfield, Clearwater. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand ; Lamar 
Warren, St. Augustine. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — J. L. Peek, Starke; Ida xA.l)rams, 
Gainesville. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — E. E. Sanderson, Ft. Pierce ; Helen 
W. Curtis, Orlando ; Jessie D. Kleinman, Titusville. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Kate Carver, Lakeland ; Ted Mack, 
Lakeland. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 85 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — J. E. Kelly, Miami; Angelo Caro, 
Key West. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Edward Ley, Arcadia; Mrs. Athene 
Magruder, Bradenton. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — J. G. Nesbit, Tampa. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — O. C. Speight, Chipley; Mary 
Frances Barrow, Panama City. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale ; 
Alice M. Hayden, West Palm Beach. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit (Inactive) — W. P. Etheridge, Ta- 
vares. 

Seventeenth Judicial Circuit (Inactive) — L. C. Algee, Orlando. 

Nineteenth Judicial Circuit (Inactive) — James N. Ball, Se- 
bring. 

Civil Court, Dade County — John F. Dwyer, Miami ; Jessie 
Axton, Miami ; Louise Pencke, Miami. 

Court of Record, Escambia — Lucius B. Stearns, Pensacola. 

Criminal Court of Record, Hillsborough County — Bert E, 
Betts, Tampa. 



86 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR 

Compiled in 1937 — After 1937 Session 

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Angus G. Campbell, DeFuniak Springs, and L. L. 
Fabisinski, Pensacola. 

State Attorney — E. Dixie P>eggs, Jr., Pensacola. 

Assistant State Attorney — None. 

Court Reporter — Julia McKinnon, DeFuniak Springs. 

WINTER TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in January. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in January. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in February. 

Okaloosa — 2nd Monday in December. 

SPRING TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in May. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in May. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in June. 

Okaloosa — Last Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in September. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in September. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in October. 

Okaloosa — Last Monday in August. 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — E. C. Love, Quincy. and J. B. Johnson, Tallahassee. 

State Attorney — O. C. Parker, Jr., Tallahassee. 

Assistant State Attorney — None. 

Court Reporter — John H. Patterson, Jr., Tallahassee. 

SPRING TERM 

Franklin — 3rd Monday in ?^Iarch. 
Liberty — 1st Monday in April. 
Gadsden — 1st Monday in March. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 87 

Wakulla — 3rd Monday in April. 
Jefferson — 1st Monday in May. 
Leon — 3rd Monday in May. 

FALL TERM 

Franklin — 3rd Monday in September. 
Liberty — 1st Monday in October. 
Gadsden — 3rd Monday in October. 
Wakulla — 1st Monday in November. 
Jefferson — 3rd Monday in November. 
Leon — 1st Monday in December. 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — R. H. Rowe, Madison, and Hal W. Adams, Mayo. 
State Attorney— A. K. Black, Lake City. 
Assistant State Attorney — O. O. Edwards, Cross City. 
Court Reporter — Gussie Miller, Lake City, 

SPRING TERM 

Hamilton, 4th Monday in January. 
Dixie — 3rd Monday in February. 
Taylor — 4th Alonday in March. 
Madison — 2nd Monday in April. 
Columbia — 4th Monday in April. 
Suwannee — 2nd Monday in May. 
Lafayette — 2nd Monday in June. 

FALL TERM 

Hamilton — 2nd Monday in September. 
Dixie — 2nd Monday in August. 
Taylor — 4th Monday in September. 
Madison — 2nd Monday in October. 
Columbia — 4-th Monday in October. 
Suwannee — 2nd Monday in November. 
Lafayette — 1st Monday in December. 



88 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Miles W. Lewis (Duval Circuit), DeWitt T. Gray, 
Bayard B. Shields, and A. D. McNeill, Jacksonville. 

State Attorney — William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville. 
Assistant State Attorney — James H. Bunch, Jacksonville. 
Court Reporter — Ralph W. Pattison, Jacksonville. 

SPRING TERM 

Clay — 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in April. 
Nassau — 3rd Monday in April. 
Duval — 3rd Monday in May. 

FALL TERM 

Clay — 2nd Monday in October. 
Nassau — 4th Monday in October. 
Duval — 4th Monday in November. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares, and Fred L. Stringer, 
Brooksville (Judge Old 24th) ; term expires May 11. 1939. 

State Attorney — J. W. Hunter, Tavares. 

Assistant State Attorney — James M. Smith, Jr., Ocala. 

Court Reporters — Jeff Wood, Leesburg, and Ruth Murphy, 
Brooksville. 

SPRING TERM 

Hernando — 1st Tuesday in March. 
Citrus — 4th Tuesday in March. 
Sumter — 1st Tuesday in June. 
Lake — 1st Tuesday in May. 
Marion — 1st Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hernando — 1st Tuesday in September. 
Citrus — 4th Tuesday in September. 
Sumter — 1st Tuesday in December. 
Lake — 1st Tuesday in November. 
Marion — 1st Tuesday in October. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 89 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — John U. Bird, Clearwater; T. Frank Hobson, St. 
Petersburg; and John I. Viney, St. Petersburg. 
State Attorney — Chester B. McMullen, Clearwater. 
Assistant State Attorney— Arthur L. Auvil, Dade City. 
Court Reporter — B. E. Satterfield, Clearwater. 

SPRING TERM 

Pinellas — 1st Monday in May. 
Pasco — 1st Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Pinellas — 1st Monday in December. 
Pasco — 1st Tuesday in October. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine, and Herbert B. 
Frederick, Daytona Beach. 

State Attorney — Murray W. Sams, DeLand. 

Assistant State Attorney — Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka. 

Court Reporters — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand, and Lamar Warren, 
St. Augustine. 

SPRING TERM 

Volusia — 2nd Monday in April. 
St. Johns — 1st Monday in June. 
Flagler — 3rd Monday in May. 
Putnam — 2nd Monday in March. 

FALL TERM 

Volusia — 3rd Monday in October. 
St. Johns — 2nd Monday in November. 
Flagler — 2nd Monday in December. 
Putnam — 2nd Monday in October. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges— H. L. Sebring, Gainesville, and A. Z. Adkins, Gaines- 
ville. 

State Attorney — J. C. Adkins, Gainesville. 



90 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Assistant State Attorney — Hal Y. Maines, Lake Butler. 
Court Reporters — J. L. Peek, Starke, and Ida Abrams, Gaines- 
ville. 

SPRING TERM 

Baker — 2nd Monday in April. 
Gilchrist — 3rd Monday in April. 
Bradford — 4th Monday in April. 
Levy — 2nd Monday in May. 
Union — 4th Monday in May. 

FALL TERM 

Baker — 2nd Monday in October. 
Gilchrist — 4th Monday in September. 
Bradford — 2nd Monday in November. 
Levy — 3rd Monday in October. 
Union — 3rd Monday in November. 

SUMMER TERM 

Alachua — 2nd Monday in July. 

W^INTER TERM 

Alachua — 2nd Monday in January. 

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — M. B. Smith, Titusville, Alto Adams, Ft. Pierce, 
and Frank A. Smith, of Orlando. 

State Attorney — Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee. 

Assistant State Attorneys — ^Lloyd F. Boyle, Sanford. and 
Angus Sumner, Ft. Pierce. 

Court Reporters — E. E. Sanderson, Ft. Pierce, Jessie D. Klein- 
man, Titusville, and Helen W. Curtis. Orlando. 

SPRING TERM 

Seminole — 1st Tuesday in February. 
Orange — 3rd Monday in April. 
Osceola — 3rd Monday in March. 
Indian River — 2nd Tuesday in March. 
St. Lucie — 2nd Tuesday in April. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 91 

Okeechobee — 2nd Tuesday in February. 
Martin — 2nd Tuesday in June. 
Brevard — 4th Tuesday in March. 

FALL TERM 

Seminole — 2nd Tuesday in November, 
Orange — 3rd Monday in October. 
Osceola — 3rd Monday in September. 
Indian River — 2nd Tuesday in October. 
St. Lucie — 2nd Tuesday in November. 
Okeechobee — 2nd Tuesady in September. 
Martin — 2nd Tuesday in January. 
Brevard — 2nd Tuesday in October. 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — H, C. Petteway, Lakeland, and W. J. Barker, Bartow. 
State Attorney — L. Grady Burton, Wauchula, 
Assistant State Attorney — J. C. Rogers, Lakeland. 
Court Reporters — Kate Carver, Lakeland, and Ted Mack, 
Lakeland. 

SPRING TERM 

Hardee — 1st Tuesday after the Second Monday in February. 
Polk — 1st Tuesday after the Second Monday in March. 
Highlands — 1st Tuesday after the First Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hardee — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in September. 
Polk — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in October. 
Highlands — 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Worth W. Trammell, Paul D. Barns, H. F. Atkin- 
son, of Miami, and Arthur Gomez, of Key West. 

State Attorney — G. A. Worley, Miami. 

Assistant State Attorney — Joseph Otto, Miami, and J Lancelot 
Lester, Key West. 

Court Reporters — J. E. Kelly, IMiami, and x\ngelo Caro, of 
Key West. 



92 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

SPRING TERM 

Dade — 2nd Tuesday in ^lay. 

FALL TERM 

Dade — 2nd Tuesday in November. 

WINTER TERM 

Dade — 2nd Tuesday in February. 

SPRING TERM 

Monroe — 3rd Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Monroe — 3rd Monday in October. 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Geo. W. Whitehurst. Ft. Myers, and W .T. Harrison, 
Palmetto. 

State Attorney — Roy D. Stubbs, Ft. Myers. 

Assistant State Attorneys — W. M. Smiley. Bradenton, and 
Sumter Leitner, Arcadia. 

Court Reporters — Edward Ley, Arcadia, and Athene Ma- 
gruder, Bradenton, 

SPRING TERM 

Glades — 1st Monday in February. 
DeSoto — 2nd Monday in February. 
Hendry — 3rd Monday in February. 
CoUier^lst Monday in March. 
Manatee — 2nd Monday in March. 
Charlotte — 4th Monday in March. 
Sarasota — 1st Monday in April. 
Lee — 3rd Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Glades — 1st Monday in September. 
DeSoto — 2nd Monday in September. 
Hendry — 3rd Monday in September. 
Collier — 1st Monday in October. 
Manatee — 3rd Monday in October. 
Charlotte — 4th Monday in October, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 93 

Sarasota — 2nd Monday in November, 
Lee — 1st Monday in November. 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — L. L. Parks and Harry N. Sandler, Tampa. 
State Attorney — J. Rex Farrior, Tampa. 
Assistant State Attorney — J. Frank Umstot, Tampa. 
Court Reporter — T. G. Nesbit. Tampa. 

SPRING TERM 

Hillsborough — 1st Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hillsborough — 1st Tuesday in October. 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Ira A. Hutchison, Panama City and E. C. Welch, 
Marianna. 

State Attorney — John H. Carter, Jr., Marianna. 

Assistant State Attorney — L. D. McRae, Chipley. 

Court Reporters — O. C. Speight. Chipley, and Mary Frances 
Barrow, Panama City. 

SPRING TERM 

Gulf — 4th Monday in February. 
Calhoun — 4th Monday in April. 
Jackson — 2nd Monday in May. 
Bay — 2nd Monday in March. 
Washington — 4th Monday in March. 
Holmes — 2nd ^Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Gulf — 4th Monday in August. 
Calhoun — 4th Monday in September, 
Jackson — 2nd Monday in November, 
Bay — 2nd Monday in September. 
Washington — 4th Monday in October. 
Holmes — 2nd Monday in October. 



94 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach, and Geo. W. 
Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale. 

State Attorney — Louis F. Maire, Ft. Lauderdale. 

Assistant State Attorney — Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach. 

Court Reporters — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale, and Alice 
M. Hayden, West Palm Beach. 

SPRING TERM 

Palm Beach — 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January and 
March. 

Broward — 2nd Tuesday in March. 

f ALL TERM 

Palm Beach — 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in June and 
October. 

Broward — 2nd Tuesday in October. 

CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — Ben C. Willard, Miami ; term expires September 16, 
1939. 

Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami ; term expires September 
12, 1939. 

Clerk — \\\ Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 1939. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — William J. Porter, Jacksonville ; term expires August 
12, 1939. 

Solicitor — L. D. Howell. Jacksonville ; term expires August 
15, 1939. 

Clerk — ^John D. Baker, Jacksonville ; term expires January, 
1941. 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY (Court of Rccord) 

Judge — R. Pope Reese, Pensacola ; term expires next Senate. 

Solicitor — Forsyth Caro, Pensacola ; term expires June 20, 
1941. 

Clerk — J. Lawrence Mavo, Pensacola; term expires January, 
1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 95 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

Judge — John R. Himes. Tampa; term expires April 10, 1941. 
Solicitor — Joseph E. Williams. Tampa; term expires April 
10, 1941. 

Clerk — L. D. Simmons, Tampa ; term expires January, 1939. 

MONROE COUNTY 

Judge — Wm. V. Albury, Key West ; term expires May 6, 
1939. 

Solicitor — Allan B. Cleare, Key West; term expires May 6, 
1939. 

Clerk — C. Sam B. Curry, Key West; term expires January, 
1941. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge — W. M. Murphy, Orlando ; term expires July 25, 1939. 

Solicitor — O. Raymond Ellars, Orlando ; term expires July 
25, 1939. 

Clerk — R. T. Overstreet. Orlando ; term expires January', 
1941. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Judge — John L. Moore, West Palm Beach ; term expires Jan- 
uary 11, 1942. 

Solicitor — W. E. Roebuck. West Palm Beach ; term expires 
June 4, 1942. 

Clerk — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1939. 

POLK COUNTY 

Judge — Robert T. Dewell, Haines City; term expires August 
7, 1939. 

Solicitor — Manuel E. Glover, Bartow ; term expires August 
3, 1939. 

Clerk — B. L. Durrance, Bartow ; term expires January, 1941. 

COUNTY COURTS 

BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — Boyd H. Anderson, Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1941. 



96 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Prosecuting Attorney — W. Gerry Miller, Ft. Lauderdale ; term 
expires January, 1941. 

Clerk — E. R. Bennett, Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires, Janu- 
ary, 1941. 

DE-SOTO COUNTY 

Judge — Lewis E. Purvis, Arcadia; term expires January. 1941. 

Prosecuting Attorney — L. J. Robbins, Arcadia; term expires 
January, 1941. 

Clerk — Mary Moye Gwynn, Arcadia ; term expires January, 
1941. 

GADSDEN COUNTY 

Judge — E. M. Dyal, Quincy ; term expires January. 1941. 
Prosecuting Attorney — -William D. Doss, Quincy ; term ex- 
pires January, 1941. 

Clerk — F. F. Morgan, Oincy; term expires January. 1941. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

(County Court has Civil Jurisdiction only, account of having 
Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY 

Judge— Otis M. Cobb. Vero Beach; term expires January, 
1941. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Charles A. Mitchell, Vero Beach ; term 
expires January, 1941. 

Clerk — Douglas Baker, Vero Beach ; term expires January, 
1941, 

JEFFERSON COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas B. Bird, Monticello; term expires January, 
1941. 

Prosecuting Attorney — B. G. Hamrick. Monticello ; term ex- 
pires January, 1941. 

Clerk — Clyde H. Sauls, Monticello ; term expires January, 
1941. 

LEE COUNTY 

Judge — David Elmer Ward, Ft. Myers; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 97 

Prosecuting Attorney — John K. Woolslair, Ft. Myers; term 
expires, January, 1941. 

Clerk — Mrs. Esther Draughon, Ft. Myers ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1941. 

MANATEE COUNTY 

Judge — S. J. Murphy, Bradenton; term expires January, 1941. 
Prosecuting Attorney — George R. Hitchcolk, Bradenton ; term 
expires January, 1941. 

Clerk — Iverson Loyd, Bradenton; term expires January, 1941. 

MARTIN COUNTY 

Judge — E. J. Smith. Jr., Stuart; term expires January, 1941. 
Prosecuting Attorney — A. R. Clonts, Stuart; term expires 
January, 1941. 

Clerk — J. R. Pomeroy, Stuart; term expires, January, 1941. 

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY 

Judge — T. W. Conely, Jr., Okeechobee ; term expires January 
1941. 

Prosecuting Attorney — D. C. Durrance, Okeechobee; term ex- 
pires, January, 1941. 

Clerk — J. L. Barber, Okeechobee; term expires January, 1941. 

OSCEOLA COUNTY 

Judge — J. F. Robinson, Kissimmee ; term expires January, 
1941. 

Prosecuting Attorney— Clayton O. Welch, Kissimmee ; term 
expires January, 1941. 

Clerk — John L. Overstreet, Kissimmee ; term expires January, 
1941. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

(County Court has Civil Jurisdiction only, account of having 
Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 

PASCO COUNTY 

Judge — Orvil L. Dayton, Jr.; term expires January, 1941. 
Prosecuting Attorney — J. D. Geiger, Dade City ; term ex- 
pires January, 1941. 

Clerk — A. J. Burnside, Dade City; term expires January, 1941. 

7 — Gray 



98 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

Jack F. White, Clearwater; term expires January, 1941. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Henry S. Baynard. Clearwater ; term 
expires January, 1941. 

Clerk — Ray E. Green, Clearwater; term expires January, 1941. 

POLK COUNTY 

( County Court has Civil Jurisdiction only, account having 
Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 

ST. LUCIE COUNTY 

Judge — Clem C. Dame, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1941. 
Prosecuting Attorney — A. C. Simmons, Ft. Pierce ; term ex- 
pires January, 1941. 

Clerk — W. R. Lott, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1941. 

SARASOTA COUNTY 

Jivlge — Forrest Chapman, Sarasota ; term expires January, 
1941. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota ; term ex- 
pires, January, 1941. 

Clerk — J. R. Peacock, Sarasota; term expires January, 1941. 

SEMINOLE COUNTY 

Judge — R. W. Ware, Sanford ; term expires January, 1941. 
Proescuting Attorney — W. Herbert Messer, Sanford; term ex- 
pires January, 1941. 

Clerk — O. P. Herndon, Sanford; term expires January, 1941. 

SUMTER COUNTY 

Judge — J. M. Faddy, Bushnell ; term expires January, 1941. 
Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West, Bushnell ; term ex- 
pires January, 1941. 

Clerk — Roy Caruthers, Bushnell; term expires January, 1941. 

JUVENILE COURTS 

BREVARD COUNTIES 

Judge — Albert M. Boland, Titusville ; term expired March 9, 
1931. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 99 

Clerk — G. M. Simmons, Titusville; term expires, January, 
1941. 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — W. H. Beckham, Miami ; term expires July 2, 1941. 
Clerk — Paul M. Martens, Miami ; term expires December 8, 
1939. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville; term expires June 18, 
1939. 

Clerk — J. C. Lanier. Jacksonville; term expires July 20, 1941. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas B. Castiglia, Tampa; term expires July 29, 
1939. 

Clerk — Mrs. Edna Hennessee, Tampa ; term expires October 

26, 1939. 

MONROE COLTNTY 

Judge — Mrs. Juliette F. Russell, Key West ; term expires July 

27, 1941. 

Clerk — Fr^nk \"elasco. Key West ; term expires March 3, 
1941. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge — Mrs. Martha Gore, Orlando ; term expires August 
17, 1941. 

Clerk — Clarence M. Gay. Orlando ; term texpires January, 
1941. 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

Judge — S. D. Harris, St. Petersburg; term expires June 8, 
1939. 

Clerk — R. L. Turner, Clearwater; term expires, December 15, 
1939. 

CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

DADE COLTNTY 

Judge — Ross Williams, Miami; term expires. August 4, 1941. 
Judge — David J. Heffernan, Coral Gables ; term expires, Jan- 
uary 15, 1942. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1941. 



100 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Burton Barrs. Jacksonville; term expires May 5, 1941. 
Clerk — John D. Baker, Jacksonville; term expires January, 
1941. 

COURT OF CRIMES 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — Wayne Allen, Miami; term expires July 17, 1939. 
Prosecuting Officer — Robert R. Taylor, Miami ; term expires 
September 11, 1939. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1941. 

COUNTY OFFICERS 

The terms of all officers, except where otherwise stated, expire 
on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January, 1941. 

The terms of County Commissioners and Members of the 
County Boards of Public Instruction expire January 3, 1939. 

For County Commissioners and Members Boards of Public 
Instruction for 1939 and 1940 see Appendix. 

ALACHUA 

COUNTY SEAT GAINESVILLE 

County Judge — B. D. Hiers. 

Sherifif — J. P. Ramsey. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George E. Evans. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Horace F". Zetrouer. 

County Surveyor — Byron Crow. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John \\\ Booth. 

Tax Collector- — R. Frank Long, Deceased, and J. L. Arnow 
commissioned until the first Tuesday after the first Monday in 
January, 1937. E. D. Hodges commissioned ad interim January 
13, 1937, and J. L. Arnow commissioned November 14, 1938, 
from the 8th day of November, 1938, until the first Tuesday after 
the first Monday in January, 1941. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Robt. E. Davis, Deceased, 
and Miss Sue Simpson, commissioned September 17, 1937, until 
January, 1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 101 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. T. Martin, High Springs. 

District No. 2 — J. P. Ambrose, Waldo. 

District No. 3 — O. H. Thomas, Gainesville. 

District No. 4— W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 

District No. 5 — C. C. Sherouse, Hawthorne. 

COUNTV BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Dr. S. A. Hussey, Sr., Gainesville. 
District No. 2 — Dr. J. A. Goode, Alachua. 
District No. 3 — A. Leo Johnson, Hawthorne. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — John T. Stokes, Lacrosse. 
District No. 6 — F. Weston, Newberry. 
District No. 20 — J. T. Pendleton, High Springs. 
District No. 28 — John H. Ward, Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Dykes, Alachua; commissioned ad in- 
terim, June 7, 1937. Resigned December 9, 1937. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — F. R. May, LaCrosse. 
District No. 16 — Willis Holder, Gainesville. 
District No. 20 — J. E. Wimmer, High Springs. 
District No. 28, 27, 25, ,7— J. B. Clements, Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — C. E. Brown, Alachua; commissioned ad in- 
terim, June 7, 1937. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

W. R. Grutzman, Alachua; term expired December 17, 1937. 
A. E. Craig, Newberry; term expires December 17, 1939. 

BAKER 

COUNTY SEAT MACCLENNY '■ 

County Judge — Frank Dowling. 

Sheriff — S. R. Green. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Burnett. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — J. D. Burnsed. 



102 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

County Assessor of Taxes — B. Frank Jones. 
Tax Collector — George P. Williams. 
Supervisor of Registration — ^W'esley Moody. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. O. Cobb, Sanderson, deceased, and Bryant 
Davis, commissioned ad interim, September 22, 1938. 
District No. 2— J. S. Croft, Olustee. 
District No. 3 — C. M. Barber. Macclenny. 
District No. 4 — J. I. Harvey, Sanderson. 
District No. 5— J. M. Hurst, Glen St. Mary. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Joe Milton, ^Macclenny. 
District No. 2— J. E. Starling, Glen St. Mary. 
District No. 3 — E. V. Taylor, Sanderson. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — James A. Combs, Sanderson. 
District No. 3 — W. C. Alinger. Macclenny. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. H. Rlioden, Sanderson. 
District No. 3 — J. M. Brown, Macclenny. 
District No. 5— M. S. Anderson, Glen St. Mary. 
District No. 4 — J. H. Anderson, Moniac, Ga. Rt. 

BAY 

COUNTY SEAT PANAMA CITY 

County Judge — C. S. Russ. 

Sheriff — John Scott. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. A. Pledger. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — A. L. Hardy. 

County Surveyor — E. E. Brewton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. G. McOuagge. 

Tax Collector — A. G. Appleberg. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. B. Mashburn. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 103 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Randall Newberry, Panama City. 

District No. 2— Dee Williams, Millville. 

District No. 3 — Roy VanKleek, Lynn Haven. 

District No. 4 — J. C. Gainer, Youngstown. 

District No. 5 — Bruce Vickers, West Bay. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. R. Nichols, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — D. Mowat, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 3 — D. D. Jones, St. Andrews. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. L. Folkes, Panama City. 

District No. 2 — D. Mowatt, Lynn Haven. 

District No. 3— Carl Gray, Millville. 

District No. 5 — Henry Donn, Parker. 

District No. 11 — J. R. Hughey, Lynn Haven. 

District No. 20— J. M. Cauley, West Bay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Wallace Caswell, Jr., Panama City ; suspended 
August 28, 1937, and N. B. Lunsford, commissioned September 
11, 1937. pending the suspension of Wallace Caswell. W. R. 
Grice, Panama City, commissioned December 6, 1938. 

District No. 2 — James Gwaltney, Panama City. 

District No. 3 — William V. Pitts, Millville, deceased, and Coy 
V. Rushing commissioned ad interim, August 19, 1938. J. C. 
Blackwell commissioned December 28, 1938. 

District No. 5— C. C. Gilbert, Parker. 

District No. 20— S. W. Coram, West Bay. 

INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

S. P. Davis, Farmdale ; term expires, April 23, 1940. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

C. R. Mathis, Sr., Panama City; term expires June 13, 1941. 
J. E. Churchwell, Panama City; term expires June 13, 1941. 
J. A. Smith, Panama City; term expires June 13, 1941. 



104 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

M. A. Coleman, Panama City; term expires June 13, 1941. 
A. M. Lewis, Panama City; term expires June 13, 1941. 

HARBOR MASTER 

H. W. Johnson, Panama City ; term expires June 12, 1942. 
BRADFORD 

COUNTY SEAT STARKE 

County Judge — E. K. Ferryman. 

Sheriff — A. O. Andreu. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. J. Thomas. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — A. J. Griffis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. N. Hayes. 

Tax Collector — C. A. Knight. 

Supervisor of Registration — Harold C. Wall, resigned, and 
N. D. W'ainwright commissioned July 10, 1937, until January, 
1941. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. M. Rosier, Starke. 
District No. 2 — L. L. Conner, Starke. 
District No. 3 — Mallory Thomas, Starke. 
District No 4 — R. V. Saxon, Hampton. 
District No. 5 — Truman D. Dyal, Brooker. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. H. Moore, Lawtey. 

District No. 2 — W. C. Manning, Starke ; resigned and W. P. 
Smith commissioned ad interim, January 3, 1938. 
District No. 3 — E. J. Lewis, Brooker. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1. — G. W. Durham, Lawtey. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES 

District No. 1 — O. J. Phillips, Lawtey ; term expires January, 
1941. 

District No. 2 — W. L. Wall, Starke; term expires January, 
1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 105 

District No. 3 — A. A. Durden, Starke ; term expires January, 
1941. 

District No. 4 — H. D. May, Hampton ; term expires January, 
1941. 

District No. 5 — R. A. Wrecks, Brooker ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1941. 

INSPECTOR OF MARK.S AND BRANDS 

District No. 5 — B. Y. Saxon, Hampton ; term expires Oct. 14, 
1939. 

BREVARD 

COUNTY SEAT TITUSVILLE 

County Judge — Leonard B. Newman. 

Sheriff— H. T. Williams. 

Clerk Circuit Court — G. M. Simmons. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Damon A. Hutzler. 

County Surveyor — L. R. Paxton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — P. H. Wright. 

Tax Colector — H. C. Morgan. 

Supervisor of Registration — W^ J. Bailey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. C. Klingensmith, Titusville. 

District No. 2 — A. Fortenberry, Merritt Island. 

District No. 3 — John B. Rodes, Melbourne. 

District No. 4 — C. Sweet Smith, Cocoa. 

District No. 5 — A. A. Dunn, Mims. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. D. Pepper, Titusville. 
District No. 2— L. R. Highfill, Cocoa. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Creel, Eau Gallic. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4 — Fred D. Baldwin, Rockledge. 

District No. 5— J. M. Law, Eau Gallic. 

District No. 6 — M. L. Calvin, Melbourne. 

District No. 11 — A. A. Buck, Cocoa. 

District No. 16— W. B. Kyzer, Mims. 

District No. 21 — Oliver S. Bossom, Cocoa; resigned. 



106 REPORT OF SECRETARY. OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — H. S. Thompson, Titusville. 
District No. 5 — James E. McClendon, Eau Gallic; resigned, 
J. W. Cox commissioned ad interim, June 24, 1938. 
District No. 16— J. E. Over, Mims. 
District No. 21 — Harry L. Routzong, Cocoa. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

J. O. Shares, Eau Gallie ; commissioned July 29, 1927, until 
January, 1931. 

MEMBERS CANAVERAL HARBOR DISTRICT 

Wm. B. Lewis, Canaveral ; commissioned January 3, 1939, until 
first Tuesday after tirst Monday in January, 1943. 

S. L. Knutson, Cocoa Beach; commissioned January 3, 1939, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1943. 

A. Fortenbury, Audobon; County Commissioner, District No. 
2. Ex-officio Member. 

MEMBERS FELLSMERE CROSS STATE HIGHWAY DISTRICT 

(Also listed in St. Lucie County) 

Wm. E. Feazel, Fellsmere, commissioned February 25, 1930, 
until first Tuesday in July, 1932. 

C. T. Brown, Fellsmere ; commissioned November 9, 1933, un- 
til first Tuesday in July, 1936. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS UPPER ST. JOHNS NAVIGATION 

DISTRICT 

(Also listed in Seminole County) 

W. C. Klingensmith, Titusville; commissioned September 21, 
1931, for 4 years. 

Frank K. Anderson, Altamonte Springs ; commissioned Sep- 
tember 21, 1931, for 4 years. 

F. H. McFarland, Cocoa; commissioned September 22, 1931, 
for 4 years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 107 

BROWARD 

COUNTY SEAT FT. LAUDERDALE 

County Judge — Boyd H. Anderson. 

Sheriff— Walter R. Clark. 

Clerk of Circuit Court — Ernest R. Bennett. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ulric J. Bennett. 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. O. Hansen. 

Tax Collector— W. O. Berryhill. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Easter L. Gates. 

Prosecuting Attorney — W. Gerry Miller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — P. L. Hinson, Deerfield. 

District No. 2 — Sylvester Corbett Fox, Pompano. 

District No. 3 — Henry J. Driggers, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 4 — F. L. Neville, Dania. 

District No. 5— C. B. Smith, Hollywood.' 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. E. Hardy, Pompano. 

District No. 2— Albert L. McNeece, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 3— L. D. Neal, Hallandale. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— R. R. Wright, Deerfield. 

District No. 2 — Roland Hardy, Pompano. 

District No. 3— E. D. Bailey, Oakland Park. 

District No. 4 — H. V. Calder, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 6 — Zary A. Thornhill, Dania ; resigned June 26, 

1937, and G. A. Frost commissioned ad interim July 14, 1937. 
Resigned October 31, 1938. 

District No. 7 — Tony Salvino, Ft. Lauderdale. 

JDistrict No. 9— C. M. Ingalls, Hallendale. 

District No. 8 — Jesse P. Willard. Hollywood. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. D. McDougald, Deerfield. 
District No. 2 — R. C. Holton, Pompano. 
District No. 3— G. H. Hawkins, Oakland Park. 



108 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — Bert Croft, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 6 — S. L. Barfield, Dania. 
District No. 8 — Harvey E. Dixon, Hollywood. 
District No. 9 — Foster H. Ingalls. Hallendale. 

MEMBERS FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

A. H. Brook, Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires tirst Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 1943. 

MEMBERS BROWARD COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

B. F. Butler. Hollywood, District No. 1 ; term expires tirst 
Tuesday after tirst Monday in January, 1943. 

I. C. Williams, St. Augustine, District No. 2; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1943. 

Dave Turner, Ft. Lauderdale, District No. 3 ; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January. 1943. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Chas. H. Crim, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires January 25, 1940. 

HARBOR MASTER 

John H. Grant, Ft. Lauderdale ; commissioned September 4, 
1930, until next Senate. 

CALHOUN 

COUNTY SEAT BLOUNTSTOWN 

County Judge — J. W. Leath, suspended June 6, 1938, and Roy 
S. Gaskins, commissioned June 8, 1938, pending the suspension of 
J. W. Leath. 

Sheriff — J. K. Musgrove. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Peacock. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — George Atkins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — C. L. Traylor. 

Tax Collector — J. R. Richards. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lee Bailey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. N. Durham, Blountstown. 
District No. 2 — J. Z. Tindel, deceased, and Calvin Stephens, 
Altha, commissioned ad interim, November 14, 1938. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 109 

District No. 3—C. T. Suggs, Altha. 
District No. 4 — J. R. Mayo, Frink. 

District No. 5 — Joseph Tucker, Kinard, deceased ; and \V. J. 
Armstrong, commissioned ad interim, April 4, 1938. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— C. R. Weston, Altha. 
District No. 2 — Ralph Edwards, Blountstown. 
District No. 3— H. M. Nichols, Altha. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. T. Glass, Blountstown. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — Jonah Barheld, Blountstown. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

F. M. Knight, Blountstown ; term expires July 29, 1943. 
CHARLOTTE 

COUNTY SEAT PLTNTA GORDA 

County Judge — W. R. Roberts. 

Sherifif — J. H. Lipscomb. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edward H. Scott. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Miss Sallie Jones. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Jordan. 

Tax Collector — E. Burnett Yeager. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. V. King. 

County Attorney — Earl D. Farr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. H. Huckeby, Cleveland. 

District No. 2 — Emory A. Johnson, Punta (jorda. 

District No. 3 — Matt Weeks, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 4 — H. W. Smith, Charlotte Harbor. 

District No. 5 — Carl R. Farr, Englewood. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. E. Guthrie, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 2 — John R. Mauck. Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 3 — T. I. Kennedy, Punta Gorda. 



no REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Edward Wotitsky, Punta Gorda. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 2 — Ira Atkinson, Punta Gorda. 

INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Ira D. Atkinson, Punta Gorda, Districts 2, 3, 4 and 5 ; term 
expires September 9, 1942. 

CITRUS 

COUNTY SEAT INVERNESS 

County Judge — E. C. May. 

Sheriff — Chas. S. Dean. 

Clerk Circuit Court — James E. Connor. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — I. R. Nolen. 

County Surveyor — John Otto Nolte, Jr. ; resigned March 1, 
1937, and Strauss L. Lloyd, commissioned ad interim, April 28, 
1937. 

County Assessor of Taxes — -Frank Ellison. 

Tax Collector — A. S. King. 

Supervisor of Registration — Gordon Cooper. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. Randolph Chalker, Dunnellon. 
District No. 2 — Brown Dumas. Crystal River. 
District No. 3 — F. E. ]\larlow, Holder. 
District No. A — James E. Rooks, Brooksville. 
District No. 5— J. K. Kelley, Inverness. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. \V. Bellah, Hernando. 
District No. 2 — A. R. Akins. Crystal River. 
District No. 3 — P. B. Rooks, Homosassa. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — D. A. Doughtry, Crystal River. 
District No. 2— W. B. Willis, Crystal River. 
District No. 5 — Ernest C. Johnston, Inverness. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 111 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — ^Joe B. Dean, Inverness ; commissioned ad in- 
terim, August 30, 1937. 

District No. 2 — G. T. Johns, Crystal River ; resigned. 
District No. 5 — J. E. Griffin, Inverness. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. Kate Ogden Cason. Floral City ; term expired October 
11, 1935. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

G. E. Rogers, Brooksville ; term expired August 4, 1933. 
E. T. Bowman, Crystal River ; term expired August 4, 1933. 
C. D. Hatcher, Citronelle; term expired September 12, 1933. 
B. A. King, Lecanto ; term expired November 14, 1933. 

CLAY 

COUNTY SEAT — GREEN COVE SPRINGS 

County Judge — T. J. Jennings, Jr. 

Sherifif— J. P. Half. 

Clerk Circuit Court — L. T. Ivey. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — A. E. Maxwell. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude Smith. 

Tax Collector — C. L. Saunders. 

Supervisor of Registration — R. R. Dyal. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. G. Dyson. Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — W. H. Howard, Orange Park. 

District No. 3 — Hiram Taylor, Doctors Inlet. 

District No. 4 — D. E. Pangborn, Keystone Heights. 

District No. 5 — Frank Williams, Green Cove Springs. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. J. Aloody, Green Cove Springs; resigned, 
and A. B. Reid commissioned ad interim, January 6, 1937. 
District No. 2 — W. E. Cherry, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — L. N. Wagner, Lake Geneva. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. M. Wilson, Green Cove Springs. 



112 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Arthur Long, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — John Padgett, Doctors Inlet. 
District No. 4 — A. H. Wilkinson, Maxville. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

H. C. Wainvvright, Penny Farms ; term expired December 18, 
1936. 

COLLIER 

COUNTY SEAT EVERGLADES 

County Judge — S. S. Jolley. 

Sheriff — L. J. Thorp. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edmond F. Scott. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ernest Bridges. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. W. McLeod. 

Tax Collector — C. H. Collier. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ervin H. Berry. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jos. M. Bryan, Everglades. 

District No. 2 — D. Graham Copeland, Everglades. 

District No. 3— J. M. Barfield, Collier City. 

District No. 4— W. L. Clark, Jr., Naples. 

District No. 5 — G. W. Whidden, Immokalee. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — F. J. Frankenhoff. Everglades. 
District No. 2 — Tommie C. Barfield, Collier City. 
District No. 3 — Ruth Frederick, Naples. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. W. Russell, Everglades. 

District No. 4 — Sam Fish, Immokalee. 

District No. 3 — Merrell W. Cole; commissioned ad interim, 
July 7, 1937. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — Frank Roland, Naples. 
District No. 4 — R. W. Walker, Immokalee. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 113 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

R. Black, Naples. District No. 1 ; term expired November 2, 
1936. 

D. T. Clifton. Everglades, Everglades District ; term expired 
September 27, 1938. 

J. M. Hunter. Immokalee, Immokalee District; term expires 
January 29. 1940. 

J. R. Thomas, Immokalee, Immokalee District ; term expires 
October 13, 1940. 

COLUMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT LAKE CITY 

County Judge — W. Brantley Brannon. 

Sheriff— W. W. Davis. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. B. Summers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — R. O. Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mrs. E. R. Hale. 

Tax Collector— A. Buck McDuffie. 

Supervisor of Registration — Fred L. Johnson. 

County Attorney— W. J. Ferguson. 

County Surveyor — B. G. Moore. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Tom Ferguson, Lake City. 
District No. 2— Mack Hunter, Lake City. 
District No. 3 — G. L. Churchwell, High Springs. 
District No. 4 — Paul Pearce, Lake City. 
District No. 5 — Wilbur Douberley, Lake City. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. H. Durrance, Lake City. 

District No. 2— M. M. Wynn, Lake City. 

District No. 3— L. C. Owens, Lake City, Route No. 2. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — J. B. Sparkman, Fort White. 
District No. 10 — Paul Burkhart, Lake City; resigned April 
22, 1938. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 10— J. G. Douberly, Lake City. 

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114 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

DADE 

COUNTY SEAT MIAMI 

County Judge — W. F. Blanton. 

Sheriff — D. C. Coleman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. B. T.eatherman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — James T. \\'iIson. 

County Surveyor — Chas. G. Hannock. 

County Assessor of Taxes— J. N. 'Lummus, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Hayes Wood. 

Supervisor of Registration — Carl Holmer, Jr. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — W. Cecil Watson. 

County Auditor and Purchasing Agent — Wm. D. Joyce. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. H. Crandon, Miami. 

District No. 2 — Cecil A. Turner, Miami. 

District No. 3 — N. P. Lowrey, Miami. 

District No. 4 — J. Lamar Paxson, Miami. 

District No. 5 — J. D. Redd, Homestead. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Van E. Blanton, Miami, Route 1. 

District No. 2— W. H. Combs, Sr., Miami. 

District No. 3— Nell K. Walker. Homestead. 

District No. 4 — R. P. Terry, Miami ; commissioned June 22, 
1937, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. 

District No. 5 — R. E. Ellis, Miami ; commissioned June 22, 
1937, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. 
Chapter 17,747, Acts of 1937, changed term to 4 years. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Henry L. Oppenborn, Miami. 

District No. 2 — Thomas S. Ferguson, Miami. 

District No. 3 — O. B. Sutton, Coral Gables. 

District No. 4— Sidney L. Kendrick, Homestead. 

District No. 5— Ralph C. Pole, Miami Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. B. Chastain, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Tom Wood, Miami. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 115 

District No. 3 — George B. Hardie. Coconut Grove. 
DistrictNo. 4 — J. M. Scarborough, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — James Hickland, Miami Beach. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

C. D. Leffler, Miami ; term expires January, 1943. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Paul M. Martens, Miami ; term expires December 8, 1939. 

DADE COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

Roberta Shriver. Grady. Miami ; term expired August 4. 1932. 
Lily M. Smith, Miami Beach ; term expired August 4, 1932. 
Janie C. Meeks, Miami; term expired August 4, 1932. 
Hulda Hirschman, Coral Gables; term expired August 4, 1932. 
Walter R. Nelson, Homestead ; term expired August 4, 1932. 
J. Lamar Paxson, South Aliami ; term expired August 4, 1932. 
Raymond W. Butler, Miami ; term expired August 4, 1932. 
L. E. Edwards, Miami ; term expired August 4, 1932. 
Frank J. Pepper, Miami; term expired August 4, 1932. 

DADE COUNTY ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

Mrs. R. C. Denicke, Miami ; commissioned August 16, 1937, 
until August 15, 1940; resigned October 27, 1938. 

Frank L. Skill, Homestead ; commissioned August 2}^, 1937, 
until August 22. 1940. 

O. G. Lindsey, North Miami Beach ; commissioned September 
30, 1937, until September 19, 1940. 

Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub, Miami Beach ; commissioned Oc- 
tober 2, 1937, until October 1, 1940. 

John D. Noble, Miami; commissioned September 21, 1938, 
until September 30, 1941. 

BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

Beverly Peacock, Coconut Grove ; commissioned August 27, 
1934, until July 12, 1938. 

Frank O. Pruitt. Miami ; commissioned Jwly 1-1, 1935, until 
July 11, 1939. 

Irving A. Collins, ^liami Beach; commissioned September 21, 
1936, until August 6, 1940. 



116 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. R. Kerr, Perrine ; commissioned July 12, 1933, until July 
11, 1937. Term expired and Luther L. Chandler, Goulds, com- 
missioned October 1, 1937, until July 11. 1941. 

Frank B. Rue, Homestead ; commissioned May 4. 1936, until 
June 20, 1939. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Alexander Balfe, Miami ; term expires December 2 1939. 
Chas. K. Lalor, Miami ; term expires November 27, 1939. 
M. S. Altmayer, Miami ; term expires November 25, 1939. 
G. Hyde Hopkins, Miami ; term expires November 25, 1939. 
Norman Graves, Miami ; term expires November 19, 1939. 

HARBOR MASTER 

S. H. Clark. Miami ; term expired February 24, 1938. 

DE SOTO 

COUNTY SEAT ARCADIA 

County Judge — Lewis E. Purvis. 

Sheriff— J. E. Albritton 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mary Moye Gwynn. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — D. G. Barnett. 

County Surveyor — M. E. Albritton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Kate Carlton. 

Tax Collector— W. M. Noland. 

Supervisor of Registration — Sallie Ivey. 

Prosecuting Attorney — L. J. Robbins. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. Walter Brewer. Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — A. J. Dunham, Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — Henry C. Avant, Arcadia. 
District No. 4 — x^lbert Carlton, Nocatee. 
District No. 5— E. C. Aurin. Ft. Ogden. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. J. Yelvington. Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — J. C. Woodley. Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — Thos. E. Pavey, Ft. Ogden. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 117 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — P. P. Speer, Arcadia; resigned Sept. 13, 1937, 
and R. K. Bell commissioned ad interim, January 6. 1938; re- 
signed June 17, 1938. and Gordon Hayes commissioned ad in- 
terim, June 23, 1938; re-commissioned January 3, 1939. 



CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Ed Barker, Arcadia. 

District No. 2 — S. M. Jones, Ft. Ogden ; resigned November 
7, 1938. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

George L. Mercer, Brownville, District No. 1 ; term expires 
November 19, 1941. 

Chick W. Hagan, Pinelevel, District No. 2; term expires De- 
cember 6, 1941. 

DIXIE 

COUNTY SEAT CROSS CITY 

County Judge — L. G. Gunter. 

Sheriff — Frank L. Anderson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Luther L. Currie. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ollie Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. I. Taylor. 

Tax Collector — John R. Roberts. 

Supervisor of Registration — D. E. Butler. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Allen J. Putnal, Fletcher. 
District No. 2— T. P. Chaires, Old Town. 
District No. 3 — John M. Lord, Cross City ; deceased and 
Homer Pinner commissioned ad interim, January 3, 1938. 
District No. 4 — L. L. Barber, Cross Gty. 
District No. 5 — C. C. Douglas, Cross City. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— T. P. Jones, Old Town. 
District No. 2— B. S. Preston, Cross City. 
District No. 3 — Lovett Overstreet, Cross City. 



118 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. R. (Bob) Roberts, Old Town; resigned 
January 16, 1939. 

District No. 2 — Geo. J. Clark, Cross City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— S. P. Walker, Cross City. 

District No. 1 — Johnie Long, Old Town ; commissioned ad 
interim, February 15, 1937; elected November 8, 1938; re-com- 
missioned January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — J. E. Dempsey, Branford ; term expired Sept. 
25, 1934. 

District No. 1 — T. E. Fletcher, Fletcher; term expired Oc- 
tober 17, 1934. 

District No. 4 — C. L. Wheeler. Shamrock; term expired 
September 18, 1934. 

District No. 4 — Mack Sims, Cross City ; term expired March 
25, 1936. 

District No. 5 — S. J. Corbin, Cross City ; term expired Sep- 
tember 16, 1934. 

District No. 5 — MarCin Shaw. Hines; term expired Octo- 
ber 30, 1934. 

District No. 5 — Cleve Corbin, Jenna; term expired October 
11, 1934. 

DUVAL 

COUNTY SEAT JACKSONVILLE 

County Judge — J. Ollie Edmunds. 

Sheriff — Rex Sweat. . 

Clerk Circuit Court— Elliot W. Butts. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — R. C. Marshall. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. H. St. John. 

Tax Collector — Clyde H. Simpson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Emory H. Price. 

Clerk Criminal and Civil Covirts of Record — lohn D. Baker. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 119 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jas. G. Gary. Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — Ray Greene, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — Fred E. Biggs, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — R. T. Gray, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — D. C. Brown. Jacksonville. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Percy L. Thomas. Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — Dr. C. G. Gollins, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — W. G. Rivers, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Margaret Gould Weed, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Brown Whatley, Jacksonville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Albert Bowie, Dinsmore. 

District No. 3 — R. E. Tanner, Baldwin. 

District No. 4 — Francis J. Warren, Jacksonville, Rt. 5. 

District No. 5 — James L. Gavagan, Mayport. 

District No. 8 — W. E. Pickett, South Jacksonville, Rt. 6. 

District No. 9 — R. E. Gopeland, Jacksonville. 

District No. 10 — J. G. Madison, Jacksonville; deceased, dis- 
trict abolished. 

District No. 11 — Sarah Bryan, Jacksonville. 

District No. 12 — Thomas O. Holmes, South Jacksonville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — ^William Ira Anderson, Dinsmore. 

District No. 3 — John Allen Thomas, Baldwin. 

District No. 4 — J. F. Weeks, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5— Walter B. Floyd, Mayport. 

District No. 8— A. L. Music, Loretta, Rt. 

District No. 9 — Maurice K. Merrick, Jacksonville. 

District No. 10 — Fred M. Williams, Jacksonville. 

District No. 11 — Ben Jones, Jacksonville. 

District No. 12— W. T. McGall, South Jacksonville. 

CLERK CRIMINAL AND CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

John D. Baker, Jacksonville. 



120 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

George J. Avent, Jacksonville ; term expires January, 1943. 

BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — P. M. Burroughs, Jacksonville; term expires 
January, 1941. 

District No. 2 — W. T. (Bill) Dow, Jacksonville; term ex- 
pires January, 1943. 

District No. 3 — J. M. Saucer, Baldwin ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1941. 

District No. 4 — C. N. Robertson, Jacksonville ; term expires 
January, 1943. 

District No. 5 — Leland Jordan, Jacksonville ; term expires 
January, 1941, 

PROBATION OFFICER 

J. C. Lanier, Jacksonville; term expires January 20, 1941. 

MEMBERS COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

T. G. Buckner, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1941. 

Mrs. D. E. Bail, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1941. 

Robt. H. Anderson, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1941. 

Mrs. Walter S. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1941. 

Frank D. Fant, Jacksonville ; term expires July 10, 1939. 

H. E. Harkisheimer, Jacksonville; term expires Jul}' 10, 1939; 
deceased. 

E. T. Sellers, Jacksonville ; term expires July 10, 1939. 

Ray Halle, Jacksonville ; term expires July 10, 1939. 

Mrs. Camille S. L'Engle, Jacksonville ; term expires Julv 10, 
1939. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

B. B. McCormick, Jacksonville; term expires January 25, 1940. 
John S. Bond, Jacksonville; term expires January 27, 1941. 

COUNTY DETECTIVE 

Sidney H. Hurlbert, Jacksonville; commissioned June 17, 1937, 
pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 12704, Laws of 1927. 

TRAFFIC OFFICER 

R. J. Healey, Jacksonville ; term expired June 30, 1933. 



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INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES 

Jno. C. Powell, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

S. W. Register, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

W. B. Ivey, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 

E. S. Cravens, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

C. F. Register, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

J. S. Register, Jacksonville ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

George W. IVIilam, Jacksonville ; term expires February 19, 
1939. 

H. C. Avery, Jacksonville ; term expires February 19, 1939. 
E. S. Spencer, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1939. 
E. J. Floyd, Mayport ; term expires February 19, 1939. 
J. W. Pettyjohn, Jacksonville ; term expires February 19, 1939. 

HARBOR MASTER 

H. Pope Neff, Jacksonville; term expires April 5, 1939. 
ESCAMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT PENSACOLA 

County Judge — Harvey E. Page. 
Sheriff— H. E. Gandy. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Langley Bell. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — J. H. Varnum. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Wiley J. JMcDavid. 
Tax Collector — T. T. Wentworth, Jr. 
Supervisor of Registration— Ben L. Davis. 
Clerk Court of Record — J. Lawrence Mayo. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank L. Parise, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — John N. Rauscher, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — H. A. Brosnaham, Pensacola. 



122 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — E. B. Creighton, Pensacola. 
District No. 5— T. C. McCoy, Bluff Springs. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. B. Strickland, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Samuel Rosenau. Pensacola. 
District No. 3— J. L. Robbins, Walnut Hill. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. L. Bryant, Pensacola. 

District No. 2 — R. L. Kendrick, Pensacola. 

District No. 3—]. S. E. Wilder. Molino. 

District No. 4 — T. F. Hanks, Atmore. Alabama, Rt. 1. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. Mallory Williams, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — C. M. Kelson, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — Gilbert \\'ard, Molino. 
District No. 4 — W. G. Rigby, McDavid. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Bleecker Forbes, Pensacola; term expires October 18, 1939. 

BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Fred A. Buran, Pensacola; term expired July 
4, 1934. 

District No. 2 — James C. Watson, Pensacola; term expired 
July 12, 1935. 

District No. 3 — C. Weis, Pensacola; term expired July 11, 
1936. 

District No. 4 — H. A. Lurton, Pensacola; term expired June 
30, 1937. 

District No. 5 — R. Leon Jones, Walnut Hill; term expired 
August 1, 1937. 

ESCAMBIA RIVER BRIDGE AUTHORITY 

(Also listed in Santa Rosa County) 
T. C. Rosier, Milton; term expired July 1, 1936. 
L. F. Matthews, Molino; term expired July 1, 1937. 
L. C. Hagler, Pensacola; term expires July 1, 1939. 
O. M. Carter, Bagdad; term expires July 1, 1939. 



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COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Morris Levy, Pensacola; term expires June 6, 194L 
David Levy, Pensacola; term expires June 6, 194L 
Thomas A. Johnson, Pensacola; term expires June 6, 1941. 
Vincent A. Bruno, Pensacola; term expires June 6, 1941. 
Francis William Taylor; term expires June 6, 1941. 

HARBOR MASTER 

B. R. Edmundson, Jr., Pensacola; term expired April 21, 1937, 
and C. F. Hendricks, Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 3, 1937, until April 20, 1939. 

CUSTODIAN LOST TIMBER AND LUMBER 

Oscar H. Johnson, Pensacola; term expired July 6, 1929. 
Reappointed 1937 but failed to qualify. 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES 

Malcolm Riera, Pensacola; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

J. T. Stringfield, Pensacola ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

H. C. Springfield, Pensacola ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

J. F. Dougherty, Pensacola ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor. 

FLAGLER 

COUNTV SEAT BUNNELL 

County Judge — H. A. Eisenbach, 

Sheriff — E. W. Johnston. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Dale B. Brown. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — M. B. Fuller. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. D. Moody. 

Tax Collector — J. F. Mercer. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ellie Barber. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— G. E. Allen, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — Ed Johnson, Bunnell. 
District No. 3— K. K. Knight, Bunnell. . , 



124 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — Robert Hamilton, Bunnell. 
District No. 5 — E. A. Hunter. Espanola. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— G. L. Biddle, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — Hazen M. Bronson, Bunnell. 
District No. 3 — Fitzhugh L. Malphurs, Bunnell. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Will Richardson, Bunnell. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — J. E. Been, Bunnell. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

O. F. Alford, Bunnell ; term expires January, 1943. 
FRANKLIN 

COUNTY SEAT APALACHICOLA 

County Judge — William Sawyer. 

Sheriff — Charles L. Robbins. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W\ P. Dodd. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John C. Moore. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Eleanor H. Floyd. 

Tax Collector — Harry Sawyer. 

Supervisor of Registration — Clyde Brown. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. C. Smith, Sumatra. 

District No. 2 — H. 'L. Flowers, Apalachicola. 

District No. 3 — Mercia C. Montgomery, Apalachicola. 

District No. 4 — Wm. F. Randolph, Apalachicola, 

District No. 5 — H. L. Cook, Carrabelle. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. D. Calloway, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — C. P. Wathen, Carrabelle ; resigned May 5, 
1937, and J. L. McKendree of Harbeson City, commissioned ad 



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interim. May 18. 1937, resigned October 6. 1937. and W. M. 
Robinson commissioned ad interim November 1. 1937. 
District No. 3 — H. G. Brown, Eastpoint. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — S. C. Council, Carrabelle ; commissioned ad 
interim, February 15, 1937. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Geo. R. Snelgrove, Apalachicola ; deceased. 
District No. 2 — Will Gray. Carrabelle. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — J. C. Sharit. Apalachicola; term expired Sep- 
tember 22, 1932. 

District No. 2 — R. P. Bradford. Carrabelle; term expired 
September 22, 1932. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

H. L. Mattair, Carrabelle ; term expired Senate 1937. Ap- 
pointed and confirmed by Senate 1937. but failed to qualify. 

C. H. Schoelles, Apalachicola ; term expired Senate 1937. Ap- 
pointed and confirmed by Senate 1937, but failed to qualify. 

W. H. Marks, Apalachicola ; term expired Senate 1937. Ap- 
pointed and confirmed by Senate 1937, but failed to qualify. 

C. T. Lanier, Apalachicola ; term expired Senate 1937. Re- 
signed June 8, 1937. 

Alva Bragdon, Carrabelle ; term expires February 10, 1939. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Sebren Jackson. Carrabelle ; term expires next Senate. 
GADSDEN 

COUNTY SEAT^QLTINCY 

County Judge — E. M. Dyal. 

Sheriff— W. M. Inman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — F. F .Morgan. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — C. H. Gray. 



126 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

County Tax Assessor — S. W. Carman, deceased, and R. L. 
Green, commissioned ad interim, December 16, 1938. 

Tax Collector — J. M. Rowan, deceased, and Mrs. J. AI. Rowan, 
commissioned ad interim, April 27 , 1937. Elected November 8, 
1938, recommissioned January 3, 1938, until January, 1941. 

Supervisor of Registration — E. O. Hall. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. P. Woodberry, Havana. 

District No. 2 — John S. Curry, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — George M. Atwater, Chattahoochee; deceased, 
and Edvv. W. Scarborough commissioned ad interim, November 
28, 1938. 

District No. A — Hope Hines, Greensboro. 

District No. 5 — A. L. Wilson, Quincy. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. N. Darsey, Havana. 
District No. 2 — E. B. Shelfer. Quincy. 
District No. 3 — O. W. Gardner, Greensboro. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — R. E. L. McFarlin, Quincy. 
District No. 2 — A. K. Gholson, Chattahoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Paul H. Smith, Quincy; deceased, and John 
J. Rowan commissioned ad interim, September 1. 1938; elected 
November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until Jan- 
uary, 1941. 

District No. 9 — 1.. \\'atts, Chattahoochee ; resigned and Zollie 
Rowan commissioned ad interim, November 12, 1938; elected 
November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until Jan- 
uary, 1941. 

GILCHRIST 

COUNTY SEAT TRENTON 

County Judge — Mitchell Green Akins. 
Sheriff— R. E. Davis. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — H. E. Harllee. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Cleveland Moore. 

County Tax Assessor — Hugh V. Miller. 

Tax Collector— M. E. Whitty. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. J. Lord. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jake F. Dupree, Trenton. 
District No. 2— C. R. Colson, Bell. 
District No. 3— W. Z. Bryant, Bell. 
District No. 4 — Ira J. Philman, Bell. 
District No. 5 — Dewey J. Stalvey, Trenton. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. B. Wilson, Trenton. 
District No, 2 — James H. Martin, Wilcox. 
District No. 3— J. W. F. Jones, Bell. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 2 — E. A\'. Ranew, Wilcox ; commissioned ad in- 
terim, July 15, 1937. 

GLADES 

COUNTY SEAT MOORE HAVEN 

County Judge — ^^L. E. Guess, deceased, and J. M. Couse com- 
missioned ad interim, October 6, 1937, elected November 8, 1938, 
recommissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

Sheriff — J. J. Wiggins. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. D. S. Weeks. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Caroline Bales. 

County Assessor of Taxes — I. E. Scott. 

Tax Collector — J. P. Aloore. 

Supervisor of Registration — ]^Irs. Belle Paxton, resigned Feb- 
ruary 1, 1938, and Dorothy Peeples commissioned February 10, 
1938, until January, 1941. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. E. Frierson, Moore Haven. 
District No. 2 — J. F. Cross, LaBelle. 



128 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3 — J. W. Adkins, Moore Haven. 
District No. 4 — T. H. Snell, Palmdale. 
District No. 5 — A. A. Beck, Lakeport. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Edith Daughtrey, Moore Haven. 

District No. 2— C. C. Curry. LaBelle. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. D. C. Gorman, Lakeport. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — C. O. Lassiter, Moore Haven. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — A. W. Whidden, Lakeport ; term expires June 
16, 1941. 

District No. 1 — J. L. Doughtry, Moore Haven ; term expires 
October 19, 1941. 

District No. 2 — W. B. Harris, Moore Haven ; term expires 
July 5, 1941. 

District No. 3 — E. L. Smith, Moore Haven; term expires 
April 22 1941, resigned April 15 1937, and Mrs. Sweet Peeples, 
Citrus Center, commissioned April 19, 1937, until April 18, 1941. 

District No. A — Ben Cross, LaBelle ; term expires February 
21, 1941. 

T)istrict No. 5 — Bert Hadden, Palmdale ; term expires April 

24, 1941. 

District No. 6 — S. L. Farrabee, Venus ; term expires April 

25, 1941. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

J. H. Whidden. Moore Haven ; term expired January 14, 1934. 

GULF 

COUNTY SEAT WEWAHITCHKA 

County Judge — M. H. Chafin, suspended August 28, 1937, 
and R. Alton Dandy commissioned August 31, 1937, pending the 
suspension of M. H. Chafin, who resigned April 6, 1938. 

Sheriff — Byrd E. Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. R. Hunter. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Chauncey L. Costin. 



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County Assessor of Taxes — Samuel A. Patrick. 
Tax Collector — Edd C. Pridgeon. 
Supervisor of Registration — C. G. Rish. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ralph R. Davis, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 2 — G. D. Kemp, Wewahitchka ; resigned May 
21, 1938, and Floyd C. Lister, commissioned ad interim, June 1, 
1938. 

District No. 3 — F. B. Whitfield, Overstreet. 

District No. A — W. C. Whaley, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 5— S. P. Husband, Port St. Joe. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1. 

District No. 2 — B. R. Gibson, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 3— Carter Ward, Port St. Joe. 

MEMBER CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION CENTENNIAL FESTIVAL 

James H. Kelley, Wewahitchka; commissioned January 21, 
1938, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 18813, Special Acts 
of 1937. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

H. D. Marks, Port St. Joe ; term expires next Senate. 
C. Brooks, Port St. Joe ; term expires next Senate. 
L. W. Owens, Port St. Joe ; term expires next Senate. 
C. G. Costin, Port St. Joe ; term expires next Senate. 

HARBOR MASTER 

A. M. Jones, Sr., Port St. Joe; term expires next Senate. 
HAMILTON 

COUNTY SEAT JASPER 

County Judge — B. B. Johnson. 

Sheriff — A. F. Hancock. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. A. Lewis, deceased, and Miss Thelma 
Lewis, commissioned ad interim, December 6, 1938, until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. 

9 — Gray 



130 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Harry T. Reid. 

County Assessor of Taxes — B. F. Leigh. 

Tax Collector — M. W. Wetherington. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Henry Carpenter. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. M. Stephens, Jennings. 
District No. 2 — M. O. Smith, Jasper. 
District No. 3 — Horace Milton, Jasper. 
District No. 4 — E. R. Stormant, White Springs. 
District No. 5 — H. C. Rhoden, Jasper. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Dees, Jasper. 

District No. 2 — J. A. Mitchell, Jasper. 

District No. 3 — J. M. McAlpin, White Springs ; resigned Au- 
gust 18, 1937; Lillian Saunders, commissioned ad interim, Sep- 
tember 9, 1937. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

DistrictNo. 3 — E. Thomas, White Springs. 

HARDEE 

COUNTY SEAT WAUCHULA 

County Judge — Clyde Maddox. 

Sheriff — C. S. Dishong, resigned July 9, 1938; Lee Sanders 
commissioned ad interim, July 16, 1938; W. Blocker Whidden, 
commissioned November 21, 1938. from the 21st day of Novem- 
ber until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. 

Clerk Circuit Court — R. Clyde Simmons. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. E. Blackburn. 

County Assessor of Taxes — T. Mabry Carlton. 

Tax Collector — L. J. Carlton. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. C. J. Curry. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. V. Altman, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Frank A. Chambless, W^auchula. 
District No. 3 — C. D. Ivey, Limestone. 



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District No. 4 — W. C. King, Zolfo Springs. 
District No. 5 — B. A. Prescott, Wauchula. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — I. G. Royall. Bowling Green. 

District No. 2 — J. S. Cardell. Wauchula. 

District No. 3 — Gus C. Bryan, Zolfo Springs ; resigned July 

23, 1937; J. S. Carlton, Sr.. commissioned ad interim, August 4, 
1937. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— R. W. Roberts, Ona. 
District No. 5 — Esten Sutherland. Wauchula. 
District No. 6 — B. T. Garrett, Bowling Green ; resigned Sep- 
tember 27, 1937. 

District No. 9 — H. D. Garrison, Zolfo Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — Don L. Southerland, Wauchula. 
District No. 6 — E. E. Fussell, Bowling Green. 
District No. 9 — Seaton Broer, Zolfo Springs. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — Sidney W^aters. Bowling Green ; term expires 
November 2, 1941. 

District No. 2 — J. T. Nicks, Wauchula ; term expires Janu- 
ary 4, 1938. 

District No. 2 — L. M . Stokes, Wauchula ; term expires De- 
cember 22, 1941. 

District No. 4 — G. C. Bryan, Zolfo Springs; term expired 
September 7, 1936. 

District No. 4 — F. M. Hough, Zolfo Springs; term expires 
December 22, 1941. 

HENDRY ■ 

COUNTY SEAT LA BELLE 

County Judge— W. T. Maddox. 

Sheriff — H. L. Delaney. 

Clerk Circuit— William T. Hull. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — S. A. Graves. 



132 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dennis Small. 
Tax Collector — Frank A. Dougherty. 
Supervisor of Registration — John L. Hall. 
County Attorney — H. A. Rider, commissioned January 3, 1939, 
until January, 1941. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dave Alston, Clewiston. 
District No. 2— Herbert O'Bannon, LaBelle. 
District No. 3— Mark Poole, LaBelle. 
District No. 4— Alto Hires, Denaud. 
District No. 5— E. B. Hull, Felda. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Homer Taylor, Felda. 

District No. 2— Roy Messer, LaBelle. 

District No. 3 — M. E. Von Mach, Clewiston; resigned May 
27, 1938, and C. E. Miner, commissioned ad interim, June 20, 
1938. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — J. C. Jackman, LaBelle. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. C. Hooker, Clewiston. 
District No. 2— R. B. Waldron, LaBelle. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Fred Whidden, Clewiston; term expires June 16, 1939. 

W. F. Yeomans, LaBelle ; term expires December 17, 1939. 

FIRE WARDEN 

D. G. McCormack, commissioned September 29, 1937, at pleas- 
ure of Governor. 

• HERNANDO 

COUNTY SEAT — BROOKSVILLE 

County Judge — E. S. !MacKenzie. 

Sheriff— Neil F. Law. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. C. Mickler. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — A. Kealhley. 



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County Assessor of Taxes — F. Elmore Saxon. 

Tax Collector — J. T. Daniel. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Lillie Sevvell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— John P. Mills, Webster. 
District No. 2 — C. L. Lowman, Istachatta. 
District No. 3 — John L. Ayers, Brooksville. 
District No. A — W. M. Russell, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — R. M. Harville, Brooksville. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Rogers, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — Jay P. Jernigan, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — Roy O. Mountain, Brooksville. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4 — William Ellis, Brooksville. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 4 — E. C. Bloom, Brooksville. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — G. H. Mills, Lacoochee ; term expires June 12, 
1940. 

District No. 4 — J. W. Morgan, Brooksville ; term expired, 
December 19, 1937. 

HIGHLANDS 

COUNTY SEAT SEBRING 

County Judge — S. C. Ives, deceased ; Joe Kinsey commissioned 
ad interim August 18, 1938; Thos. A. McNicholas commissioned 
November 14, 1938, from the 8th day of November, 1938, until 
the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January, 1941. 

Sheriflf — Doyle Schumacher. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. Z. Carson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — F. N. K. Bailey. 

County Assessor of Taxes — P. G. Gearing. 

Tax Collector — Ruth Bass Hylton. 



134 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Supervisor of Registration — H. T. Piety. 
County Attorney— M. R. McDonald. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. L. Wells. Avon Park. 

District No. 2— W. W. Bell, Sebring. 

District No. 3 — Clara E. Pearce. DeSoto City. 

District No. 4 — L. L .Henderson, Lake Placid. 

District No. 5 — N. B. Jackson. Venus. ■ 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — S. E. Booth, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — T. V. Conway. Sebring. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Cannon, Venus. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. H. McCarthy. Avon Park; resigned Jan- 
uary 17, 1938, and J. C. Ragsdale commissioned ad interim, Jan- 
uary 24, 1938. 

District No. 2 & 3— C. M. McManeus, Sebring. 

District No. 5 — B. L. Cline, Venus. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. A. Roberts. Avon Park. 
Districts No. 2 & 3— A. A. Bates, Sebring. 
District No. 4 — Tom Bozeman, Lake Placid. 
District No. 5 — Albert Rowell, Hicoria; resigned May 10, 
1938. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — Glen Luke. Avon Park ; term expires August 
24, 1940, resigned. 

District No. 1 — Herman Skipper, Avon Park ; term expires 
June 30, 1941. 

District No. 2 — J. M. Hancock, Sebring; term expired Au- 
gust 1, 1937. 

Districtt No. 3 — Sol McClellan, Lake Istapoga; term expires 
June 4, 1939. 

District No. 3 — Elizabeth Layport. Cornvvell ; term expires 
August 17, 1940. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 135 

District No. 4 — J. J. Bozeman, Lake Placid ; term expires 
May 1st, 1939. 

District No. 5 — Ceylon Carlton, Hicora ; term expires Febru- 
ary 27, 1939. 

District No. 5 — W. E. Hendry, Venus ; term expires April 
5, 1939. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Sam Dimberline, Sebring; term expires June 30, 1940. 
HILLSBOROUGH 

COUNTY SE.\T TAMPA 

County Judge — Geo. H. Cornelius. 

Sheriff— J. R. McLeod. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Chas. E. Culbreath ; deceased, and Myr- 
tle M. Culbreath commissioned ad interim, October 10, 1938, 
elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until 
January, 1941. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — E. L. Robinson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. S. Sparkman. 

Tax Collector — J. M. Burnett. 

Supervisor of Registration — John C. Dekle. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — L. D. (Jack) Simmons. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Nick C. Nuccio, Tampa. 

District No. 2— Fred W. Ball, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — T. N. Henderson, Tampa. 

District No. 4 — E. W. Simmons, Plant City. 

District No. 5 — B. B. Badger, Riverview. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Al Chiaramonte, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Ed. J. Keefe, Tampa. 
District No. 3— C. C. Coleman, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — J. S. Robinson, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — D. M. Dowdell, Wimauma. 



136 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Lawrence Hernandez, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Savarese, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — Walter D. Turner, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — Aldo H. Watkins, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — J. F. Lunn, Limona, R.F.D No. 1. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — H. C. Graves, Tampa. 

District No. 2 — Hugh Culbreath, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — Henry Bozeman, Tampa. 

District No. 4— W. N. HoUoway, Plant City. 

District No. 5 — R. M. Sellner, Ruskin. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Wayne Thomas, Plant City ; term expires 
January, 1941. 

District No. 2 — Carl D. Borein, Tampa ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1943. 

District No. 3 — W. G. Allen, Tampa ; term expires January, 
1941. 

District No. 4 — George A. Carey, Plant City ; term expires 
January, 1943. 

District No. 5 — E. H. Armstrong, Wimauma ; term expires 
January, 1941. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

D. B. McKay, Tampa ; term expires January, 1940. 
J. H. Lockhart, Tampa; term expires January, 1941. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Edna Hennessee, Tampa; term expires October, 1939. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

At Large — E. D. Ray, Tampa; term expires October 8, 1940. 

District No. 1 — J. J. Whidden, Tampa ; commissioned Octo- 
ber 5, 1937, until October 4, 1941 ; deceased, and C. J. AIcElheny, 
Tampa, commissioned December 3, 1938; resigned, and J. L. 
Whidden commissioned December 10, 1938, until December 9, 
1942. 



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District No. 3 — W. H. Crum, Plant City; term expires May 
30, 1942. 

INSPECTORS NAVAL STORES 

J. G. Sharpe, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 

TRAFFIC OFFICER 

Lucien Byron, Tampa ; term expired June 30, 1937. 

IMPOUNDING OFFICER 

Chas. Silva, Tampa; term expired May 17, 1931. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Karl Whitaker, Tampa; term expires June 18, 1941. 
S. T. Woodward, Tampa; term expires June 18, 1941. 
W. H. Farrar, Tampa; term expires June 18, 1941. 
Fred R. Underwood, Tampa; term expires June 18, 1941. 
Roy Cotarelo, Tampa; term expires June 18, 1941. 

HARBOR MASTER 

T. Emmett Anderson, Tampa ; term expires next Senate. 

MEMBERS SUBURB BEAUTIFUL SANITARY DISTRICT 

Joseph W. Dalton, Tampa; term expires November 23, 1941. 
L. G. Hudgins, Tampa ; term expired November 23, 1935. 
C. T. Dawkins, Tampa ; term expired November 23, 1936. 

MEMBERS VIRGINIA PARK SPECIAL SANITARY DISTRICT 

J. W. Gray, Tampa; term expires September 21, 1939. 
J. W. Carty, Tampa; term expires September 22, 1940. 
Fred S. Abraham, Tampa; term expires, September 22, 1942. 

MEMBERS GOLF VIEW PARK SPECIAL SANITARY DISTRICT 

Roy Masters, Tampa; term expires March 31, 1939. 
W. L. Van Dyke, Tampa; term expires March 31, 1940. 
Geo. L. Cook, Tampa; term expires March 31, 1941. 

MEMBERS EASTERN HILLSBOROUGH PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

T. C. Maguire, Plant City; term expires July 1, 1939. 

F. M. Carter, Lithia; term expires July 1, 1939. 

Mary S. Devane, Plant City; term expires July 1, 1939. 



138 REP(3RT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

L. B. Broadwell, Keysville ; term expires July 1, 1939. 

J. G. Sparkman, Plant City; term expires July 1, 1939. 

J. W. Alsobrook, Plant City; term expires July 1, 1941. 

John W. Gallagher, Dover; term expires July 1, 1941. 

Mrs. R. G. Wood, Plant City; term expires July 1, 1941. 

John L. Cone, Plant City; term expires July 1, 1941. 

Mrs. Elizabeth Cassell, Plant City; term expires July 1, 1941. 

HOLMES 

COUNTY SEAT BONIFAY 

County Judge — T. L. Belser. 

Sheriff — Lon F. Brown. 

Clerk Circuit Court— H. D. Howell. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction— Ira C. Bush. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. L. Slay. 

Tax Collector — W. R. Faircloth ; suspended October 10, 1937, 
and M. C. Bolden commissioned November 15. 1937, pending the 
suspension of W. R. Faircloth. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ira Porter Simmons. 

County Surveyor — S. L. Howell; resigned March 23, 1937, and 
D. C. French commissioned ad interim, April 5, 1937, elected No- 
vember 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 
1941. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. W. Scott, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 2— Dan Padgett, Westville. 
District No. 3 — ^J. J. Collins, Bonifay. 

District No. 4 — W. M. Watford, Bonifay; deceased, B. H. 
Forehand commissioned ad interim, November 2, 1938. 
District No. 5 — C. O. Whittington. Bonifay. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — David F. Smith, Esto. 
District No. 2 — O. L. Brown, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 3 — M. D. Harris, Bonifay. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Homer Sellers, Westville. 

District No. 3— J. S. Grice, Geneva, Ala.. R. F. D. No. 2. 

District No. A — H. G. Brown. Caryville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Eugene Baker, Westville. 

District No. 3— A. M. Royals, Geneva, Ala., R.F.D. 

District No. 4 — John Barentine. Bonifay, R.F.D. No. 3. 

District No. 5— Tobe S. Retherford, Caryville, Rt. 1. 

District No. 6 — John T. McKinney, Esto. 

MEMBER BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES 

E. V. Crawford, Ponce de Leon ; term expires October 22. 
1939. 

P. L. Paul, Westville ; term expired October 25, 1929, de- 
ceased. 

S. J. Royals. Darlington; term expired November 21. 1929. 

INDIAN RIVER 

COUNTY SEAT VERO BEACH 

County Judge — Otis M. Cobb. 

Sheriff— Wm. W. Frick. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Douglas Baker. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Louis Harris. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. R. Duncan. 

Tax Collector — Troy E. Moody. 

Supervisor of Registration — George T. Tippin. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Charles A. Mitchell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank C. Vickers. Sebastian. 

District No. 2 — R. E. Mudge, Fellsmere ; deceased, and C. S. 
Michael commissioned ad interim, February 18, 1938: 

District No. 3 — S. E. Glover. Vero Beach. 

District No. 4 — E. P. Poole, Vero Beach. 

District No. 5 — Edwin A. Helseth. Vero Beach; resigned and 
Albert O. Helseth commissioned ad interim, September 6, 1938. 



140 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. W. Vickers, Sebastian. 
District No. 2— W. H. Walker, Winter Beach. 
District No. 3 — Oscar L. Dubois, Vero Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5 — George W. Walters, Vero Beach ; commis- 
sioned ad interim, May 8, 1937. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — Clark S. Rice, Vero Beach. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

J. O. Shares, Eau Gallic; term expired January 1, 1931. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — R. Hudson Parker ; term expires January 
25, 1943. 

District No. 2 — Gilbert E. Barkoskie ; term expires January 
30, 1943. 

District No. 3 — A. E. Sueverkreubbe ; term expires January 
22, 1943. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS INDIAN RIVER FARMS AND FIRE CONTROL 

DISTRICT 

Harry Lee Baker, State Forester; term expires August 10, 
1940. 

A. M. Hill, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1941. 
L. G. Darnall, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1941. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS INDIAN RIVER MOSQUITO CONTROL 

Geo. T. Badger, Sebastian ; term expired April 26, 1934, re- 
commissioned November 26, 1934, until November 25, 1936. 
John Corsa, \^ero Beach; term expired November 25, 1936. 
W. F. Cox, Vero Beach; term expired November 25, 1936. 

JACKSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MARIANNA 

County Judge — D. H. Oswald. 
Sheriff— W. L. Watford. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — H. A. Bowles. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Carroll P. Finlayson. 

County Surveyor — B. E. Kent. 

County Assessor of Taxes — ILuther Duncan. 

Tax Collector — Leo Sims. 

Supervisor of Registration — Pansy Lee Durden. 

County Attorney — Hays Lewis. Jr. ; commissioned April 23, 
1937. until next election ; elected Nov. 8, 1938, recommissioned 
January 3, 1939, for 2 years. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. L. Toole. Cottondale. 

District No. 2 — John E. Lambe, Marianna. 

District No. 3 — J. P. Cause, Marianna. 

District No. 4 — O. L. Peacock, Sneads. 

District No. 5 — John B. Garrett. Malone. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — D. B. Carter, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — F. M. Golson. Marianna. 
District No. 3— E. H. Hughes, Malone. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — J. E. Fillingim, Campbellton. 

District No. 6 — J. Tom Stephenson, IMarianna. 

District No. 10 — J. A. Conrad, Greenwood. 

District No. 12 — A. D. Green, Malone. 

District No. 14 — W. E. Williams. Graceville. 

District No. 16 — J. A. Traylor, Sneads; resigned August 31, 

1937, and James N. Wilson commissioned ad interim November 
15, 1937. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Rufus Barron. Campbellton. 

District No. 6 — Fred Clark. Marianna ; resigned October 19, 

1938. and G. W. Hatcher elected November 8, 1938, and com- 
missioned January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

District No. 10 — W. B. Butler, Sneads ; resigned October 26, 
1938. 



142 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 12— S. E. Hall, Malone. 
District No. 1^1 — W. K. Golden, Graceville. 
District No. 16 — S. P. Green, Sneads. 

JEFFERSON 

COUNTY SEAT MONTICELLO 

County Judge — Thomas B. Bird. 

Sheriff — A. S. Grant. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Clyde H. Sauls. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William Bullock. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. C. Walker. 

Tax Collector — R. J. Taylor. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Henry Wheeler. 

Prosecuting Attorney — P. J. Hamrick. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. E. Lightsey, Aucilla. 

District No. 2— C. Taylor Bryan, Monticello, R.F.D. 

District No. 3 — Judge B. Shuman, Monticello. 

District No. 4 — T. D. Edwards, Lloyd. 

District No. 5 — W. P. Infinger. W^acissa. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. B. Keen, Monticello. 
District No. 2 — Joe T. Bishop, Monticello. 
District No. 3— J. E. W^illie, Lloyd. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. E. Hagan, Greenville. 
District No. 8 — J. A. Sparks, Aucilla. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Robert W. Porter, Greenville, R.F.D. 
District No. 6 — H. B. Rainey, Monticello. 
District No. 8— J. B. Thomas. Aucilla. 

INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

At Large — C. J. Wilson, Lament ; term expires October 8, 
1940. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 143 

LAFAYETTE 

COUNTY SEAT MAYO 

County Judge — Geo. W. Breare. 

Sheriff — ^J. C. Sessions. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Sidney C. Edwards. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Charles Winstead. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Thos. J. Sims. 

Tax Collector — F. Mabry Green. 

Supervisor of Registration — M. C. Golden. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— S. J. Buchanan, Mayo, Rt. 1. 
District No. 2 — Clyde F. Hart, Mayo. 
District No. 3 — L. W. Hewitt, Mayo. 
District No. 4 — Lonnie Hatch, Branford. 
District No. 5 — W. W. Hankins, Steinhatchee. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. E. Hart, Mayo. 
District No. 2 — R. L. Osteen, Mayo. 
District No. 3— H. T. Putnal, Mayo. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 
CONSTABLE 

District No. 2 — W. E. Murray, Steinhatchee. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS • 

District No. 2 — Cleo Hart, Mayo ; term expired September 
8, 1938. 

District No. 2 — J. H. Winburn, Mayo ; term expires Decem- 
ber 18, 1942. 

District No. 3 — Russell Osteen, Mayo ; term expires October 

15, 1941. 

District No. 3 — Alex Driver, Mayo ; term expires December 

16, 1941. 

District No. 5 — H. B. Hankins, Mayo ; term expires August 
12, 1941. 



144 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

LAKE 

COUNTY SEAT TAVARES 

County Judge — A. S. Herlong. 

Sheriff — B. A. Cassady. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. J. Dykes. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — D. H. Moore. 

County Surveyor — Wylie W. Gillespie. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Phillip Doss. 

Tax Collector— B. A. Williams. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. M. E. Miller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. H. Richey, Tavares ; deceased, Geo. L. 
Singeltary commissioned ad interim, January 13, 1939. 
District No. 2 — Manuel Sloan, Mascotte. 
District No. 3 — H. K. Stokes, Mohawk. 
District No. 4 — F. E. Owens. Eustis. 
District No. 5— H. H. Hethcox, Umatilla. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Earl Myers, Eustis. 
District No. 2 — J. Chester Lee, Leesburg. 
District No. 3 — A. M. Davis, Groveland. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — J. J. Bailes, Eustis. 

District No. 7 — S. C. Peacock, Umatilla. 

District No. 10 — C. M. Love, Leesburg, deceased, and Mary 
Louise Lt)ve commissioned ad interiju, March 14, 1938, elected 
November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until Jan- 
uary, 1941. 

District No. 12— J. E. Beach, Okahumpka. 

District No. 20— O. M. Simpson, Mt. Dora. 

District No. 22 — H. Erie Hooks, Clermont. 

District No. 23 — Charles B. Ledbetter, Sr., Groveland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — A. L. Hammond, Eustis. 
District No. 7— W. T. Collins, Umatilla. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 145 

District No. 10 — J. C. M. Stinson, Leesburg. 

District No. 12 — H. R. Reeves, Okahumpka. 

District No. 20—0. W. Cooper, Mt. Dora. 

District No. 22 — C. E. SuUins, Clermont. 

District No. 23 — F. J. Smith, Groveland. 

District No. 25 — Carl Adams, Fruitland Park. 

LEE 

COUNTY SEAT FORT MYERS 

County Judge — David Elmer Ward. 

Sheriff— Bob King. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. Esther Draughon. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — 'Harry F. Hendry. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John M. Boring. 

Tax Collector — R. Vivian Lee. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Tuttle Smith. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John K. Woolslair. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — H. M. Stringfellow, Pineland. 
District No. 2 — Alvin Gorton, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3 — Joe W. Carter, Estero. 
District No. 4 — H. E. Keen, Alva. 
District No. 5 — R. Bruce Storter, Tice. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION * 

District No. 1 — Jay C. Hurd, Alva. 
District No. 2 — B. Whisnant, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Cass Shelton, Estero. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — C. A. Waltmire, Jr., commissioned ad interim, 
January 23, 1939. 

District No. 3 — R. C. Lamberton, Ft. Myers. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 3 — D. M. Ramsey, Ft. Myers. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mary F. Price. Ft. Myers; term expired January 6, 1930. 

10— Gray 



146 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Ft. Myers District — Drew Higginbotham, Ft. Myers; term ex- 
pires December 29, 1941. 

Alva District — H. L. Austin, Alva ; term expires March 28, 
1941. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Bradford Bylaska, Boca Grande ; term expires November 1 1 
1941. 

J. Bryant Fugate, Boca Grande; term expires November 11, 
1941. 

Paul Bylaska, Boca Grande; term expires November 11, 1941. 

Richard Barnes, Boca Grande; term expires November 11, 
1941. 

Lonnie Putch, Boca Grande; term expires November 11. 1941. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Nat Putch, Boca Grande ; term expires November 20, 1939. 

LEON 

COUNTY SEAT TALLAHASSEE 

County Judge — W. May Walker. 

Sheriff — Frank Stoutamire. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Paul V. Lang. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — P. A. Rhodes. 

County Surveyor — E. G. Chesley. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. A. Bass. 

Tax Collector — W. K. Collins. 

Supervisor of Registration — Hattie L. Coles. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Clyde W. Atkinson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. R. Wheeler. Tallahassee 

District No. 2 — Hunter M. Bannerman, Tallahassee, Rt. 1. 

District No. 3 — C. M. Ausley, Tallahassee. 

District No. 4 — C. B .Allen. Tallahassee. 

District No. 5 — Alphonse Richard. Tallahassee. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 147 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. F. Bradford, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — G. C. Herndon, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — W. A. Register. Tallahassee, Rt. 5. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. A. Herring, Jr., Miccosukee ; resigned 

March 19, 1938. 

District No. 4 — Avery Hartsfield. Tallahassee, Rt. 4. 

District No. 6 — J. E. Whitehead, Tallahassee, Rt. 1. 

District No. 7 — J. P. Chaires. Chaires. 

District No. 8 — W. H. Powell, Tallahassee. 

District No.l2 — F. H. Billingsley, Lloyd. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. T. Billingsley, ]\liccosukee. 

District No. 4 — Yeager Wade, Tallahassee. 

District No. 6 — R. E. Johnson, Tallahassee, Rt. 1. 

District No. 7 — E. B. Chaires, Chaires. 

District No. 8 — T. B. Oppert, Tallahassee. 

District No. 11 — James C. Gerrell, Woodville. 

District No. 12— J. S. Smithson, Lloyd, R.F.D. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — W. T. Gramling, Miccosukee ; term expired 
August 26, 1936. 

District No. 5 — Chas. W. Hamlin, Tallahassee ; term expires 
December 2, 1939. 

LEVY 

COUNTV SEAT BRONSON 

County Judge — W. F. Anderson. 

Sheriff— Walter B. Whiddon. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jack L. Meeks. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — H. A. White. 

County Assessor of Taxes — T. Frank McCall. 

Tax Collector — M. D. Graham. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. P. N. King. 



148 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carl Wellman, Bronson. 

District No. 2 — Fred T. Davidson, Chiefland. 

District No. 3 — D. D. Allen, Inglis. 

District No. 4 — B. B. Rowland, Cedar Key. 

District No. 5— L. E. Smith, Williston. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — L. L. Calloway, Chiefland. 
District No. 2— W. E. Duden. Cedar Key. 
. District No. 3— L. C. Reddick, Williston. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No 3 — \\\ S. Yearty, Otler Creek ; resigned Decem- 
ber 19. 1938. 

District No. A — T. R. Hodges. Cedar Key. 
District No. 7— W. B. McKenzie, Williston. 
District No. 14 — Henry M. Cannon. Inglis. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 7 — P. L. Wiggins. Williston. 
District No. 14 — Hoyt P. Cannon, Inglis. 
District N^. 16 — E. Walker, Gulf Hammock. 

INSPECTOR OF MAR S AND BRANDS 

Glover McDonnell. Williston ; term expires October 24, 1939. 

LIBERTY 

COUNTY SEAT BRISTOL 

County Judge — Robert W. Robertson. 

Sheriff— Oren M. Revell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — William Gary Larkins. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Grady Shuler. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. H. Deason. 

Tax Collector — Mary A. Roberts. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Eva Baker. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 149 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— F. Clifford Phillips, Rock Bluff. 

District No. 2 — Henry Storey, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — Addison L. Summers, Bristol. 

District No. 4 — Troy Sanders, Hosford. 

District No. 5— Albert M. Shuler, Bristol. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— C. A. Reed, Hosford ; resigned July 28, 1937, 
and J. O. Galloway commissioned ad interim, August 14, 1937. 

District No. 2 — C, O. Bateman, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — W. H. Larkins, Sumatra; resigned August 
14, 1937, and J. A. Fillingim commissioned ad interim, August 
14, 1937. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — J. Ray Bateman, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — W. M. Page, Hosford. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Hamilton Strickland, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — George Roberts, Hosford. 

MADISON 

COUNTY SEAT MADISON 

County Judge — Joseph W. Kinsey. 

Sheriff — Lonnie Davis. -' 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. F. Burnett, Jr. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Edwin B. Browning. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Angus H. Armstrong. 

Tax Collector — Joe Hill Smith. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur E. Ragans. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. A. Blalock, Madison. 
District No. 2— F. C. Glass, Lee. 
District No. 3— T. P. McLeod, Greenville. 
District No. 4— W. G. Clements, Ebb. 
District No. 5— J. C. Black, Lee. 



150 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. E. Hardee, Madison, deceased, and Jacob 
Vickers commissioned ad interim, June 7, 1938. 
District No. 2— S. E. Whitty. Lee. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Reams. Greenville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5 — Curtis D. Earp, Greenville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — Micah S. Letchworth, Greenville. 
MANATEE 

COUNTY SEAT BRADENTON 

County Judge — S. J. Murphy. 
Sheriff — Clinton James Hutches. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Iveson Lloyd. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Jessie P. Miller. 
County Assessor of Taxes — James A. Howze. 
Tax Collector — Ralph B. Johnson. 
Supervisor of Registration — Lendell Gray Sharer. 
Prosecuting Attorney — George R. Hitchcolk. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. M. Tison, Parish. 
District No. 2 — J. P. Harllee, Palmetto. 
DistricV No. 3 — John T. Knight, Bradenton. 
District No. 4 — R. R. Roadman, Samoset. 
District No. 5 — Joseph E. McLeod, Myakka City. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. E. Anderson, Terra Ceia. 
District No. 2 — A. K. Hawkins, Bradenton. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Walker, Manatee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. Green Mathis, Palmetto, deceased, and 
C. L. Baker commissioned ad interim, September 6, 1938, elected 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 151 

November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until Jan- 
uary, 1941. 

District No. 6 — J. A. Cheatham, Bradenton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. M. Steward, Pahiietto ; resigned March 
29, 1938, and A. L. Redmon, Palmetto ; commissioned ad interim, 
April 2, 1937. elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned Janu- 
ary 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

District No. 6 — Dermott Rodman Brown, Bradenton. 

District No. 12 — H. L. Vickers, Terra Ceia. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

J. Henry Buttram, Bradenton; term expires May 9, 1941. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — Jasper Youngblood, Parrish ; term expires Oc- 
tober 5, 1940. 

District No. 3 — C. H. Tatum, Myakka City ; term expires 
July 4, 1939. 

District No. 4 — iLeland Wilkins. Ft. Green ; term expires May 
8, 1942. 

District No. 8 — S. E. Harrison, Myakka; term expires May 
23, 1941. 

MUNICIPAL TAX ADJUSTMENT BOARD 
CITY OF BRADENTON 

W. D. Sheppard, Bradenton; commisisoned July 15, 1937, in 
in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 18443, Acts of 1937. 

A. H. Chapman, Bradenton; commissioned July 15, 1937, 
in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 18443, Acts of 1937. 
Resigned February 17, 1938. 

N. C. Gainey, Bradenton, commissioned February 16, 1938, 
accordance with the provisions of Chapter 18443, Acts of 1937. 

TREASURER CITY OF VERNA 

Edw. C. Rice, Bradenton; commissioned July 29, 1931, for 
four years. 



152 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MARION 

COUNTY SEAT OCALA 

County Judge — L. E. Futch. 

Sheriff — Gordon Moorhead. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Carlyle Ausley. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Don T. Mann. 

County Surveyor — J. J. Moorhead. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. E. Thomas. 

Tax Collector — L. R. Bracken. 

Supervisor of Registration — Nevin C. Perkins. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. J. Timmons, Ocala. 

District No. 2 — Charles Edmund Hood, Dunnellon. 

District No. 3 — W. J. Piatt, Summerfield. 

District No. 4 — L. B. Griggs, Lynne. 

District No. 5— J. M. Smith, Reddick. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. D. Carn, Ocala, deceased; E. Colm Lind- 
sey commissioned ad interim, April 27, 1937. 
District No. 2— C. R. Veal, Ocala, R.F.D. 1. 
District No. 3 — William C. Henderson, Lynne. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — H. H. McLeod, Ocala, deceased, and D. L. 
McLeod commissioned ad interim, May 20, 1937, elected Novem- 
ber 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

District No. 2 — D. S. Cromartie. Reddick. 

District No. 3^William C. Henderson, Lynne. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— J. P. Smith, Ocala. 

District No. 24 — R. N. Dixon, Dunnellon, deceased, and A. F. 
Hintze commissioned ad interim, October 22, 1938, elected No- 
vember 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until Janu- 
ary, 1941. 

District No. 16 — F. D. Thompson, Citra. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 153 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Newcomb Barco, Ocala ; term expired May 10, 1933. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — H. C. Nichols, Ocala; term expired Novem- 
ber 21, 1938. 

District No. 26 — J. N. Simmons, Sparr; term expired Sep- 
tember 21, 1934. 

MARTIN 

COUNTY SEAT — STUART 

County Judge — E. J. Smith, Jr. 

Sheriff — C. E. Christensen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — ^J. R. Pomeroy. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. A. Jamison. 

County Surveyor — Wm. H. Roat. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Courson, 

Tax Collector — L. C. Kickliter. 

Supervisor of Registration — ^J. P. Blakeslee. 

Prosecuting Attorney — A. R. Clonts. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. A. Palmer, Jensen. 

District No. 2 — R. C. Spicer, Stuart. 

District No. 3 — Fred W. Hildebrand, Hobe Sound. 

District No. 4— R. L. Wall, Palm City. 

District No. 5 — R. I. Hamrick, Indiantown. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Edward Lee Hosford, Jensen. 
District No. 2 — Chas. H. Rue, Stuart. 
District No. 3— Walter R. Moore, Gomez. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Karl J. Krueger, Stuart. 
District No. 4 — A. C. Rowell, commissioned ad interim, July 
9, 1938. Resigned August 3, 1938. 



154 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — James W. Wood, Hobe Sound ; commissioned 
ad interim, February 12. 1938, and H. B. Lane elected November 
8, 1938, commissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

District No. 4 — F. H. Carpenter, Indiantown. 

MEMBERS JENSEN ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT 

W. B. Tilton, Jensen; term expires January, 1941. 

J. H. LeTourneau, Jensen; term expires January, 1941, re- 
signed September 28, 1937, and J. H. Whitfield commissioned 
January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

I. L. Decker, Stuart; commissioned January 3, 1939, until 
January, 1941. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS JUPITER INLET DISTRICT 

(Also listed in Palm Beach County) 

John R. Dubois, Jupiter; term expires June 4, 1941. 
C. D. Clarkson. Hobe Sound ; term expires January, 1939. 
J. H. Callen, Hobe Sound; term expires January, 1941. 
Paul Cone, Jupiter! term expires January, 1941. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 5 — W. H. Savage, Indiantown ; term expires June 
3, 1939. 

MONROE 

COUNTY SEAT — KEY WEST 

County Judge — Raymond R. Lord. 

Sheriff — Karl O. Thompson. » 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ross C. Sawyer. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Melvin E. Russell. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Otto Kirchheiner. 

Tax Collector — Frank H. Ladd. 

Supervisor of Registration^John England. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — C. Sam B. Curry. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— William R. Porter, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Braxton B. Warren, Key West. 



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District No. 3 — Carl Bervaldi, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Norberg Thompson, Key West. 
District No. 5 — Cleveland Niles, Key West. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clarence H. Pierce, Key West. 
District No. 2— Allan B. Cleare, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Ralph K. Johnson, Key West. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Franklin Arenberg, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Enrique Esquinaldo, Jr., Key West. 
District No. 3 — E. R. Lowe, Tavernier. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Ray Elwood, Key West. 

District No. 2 — C. (Floney) Pellicier, Key West. 

District No. 3 — Cleveland Johnson, Rock Harbor. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Frank Velasco, Key West; term expires March 3, 1941. 

MEMBER FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT COMMISSION 

Earl Adams, Key West; term expires March 15, 1942. 
William Arnold, Key West; term expires March 21, 1942. 
William T. Doughtry, Key West; term expires March 21, 
1942. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Paul Archer, Key West; term expires June 18, 1941. 
William E. Hutson, Key West; term expires June 18, 1941. 
Harry M. Baker, Key West; term expires June 18, 1941. 
Enrique Esquinaldo, Key West; term expires June 18, 1941. 
Robert W. Pinder, Key W^st ; term expires June 18, 1941. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Frank W. Papy, Key West; term expired February 6, 1938. 

NASSAU 

COUNTY SEAT FERNANDINA 

County Judge — H. V. Burgess. 
Sheriff — A. J. Higginbotham. 



156 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Circuit Court — G. C. Burgess. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — N. J. Wooten. 
County Assessor of Taxes — S. H. Swearingen. 
Tax Collector — Louis A. Klarer. 

Supervisor of Registration — Annie B. Prewitt, resigned, and 
J. J. Cone commissioned until January, 1941. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John T. Ferreira, Fernandina. 
District No. 2 — H. F. Sahlman, Fernandina. 
District No. 3— M. J. Wilds, Yulee. 

District No. 4 — C. J. Walker, Milliard, commissioned ad in- 
terim, January 1, 1937, succeeding W. A. Thomas. 
District No. 5 — Pasco Jones. Callahan. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — O. R. Sanders, Fernandina. 
District No. 2 — J. J. Johnson, Hilliard. 
District No. 3 — J. M. Spurlock, Fernandina. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Herbert Wm. Fishier, Fernandina. 
District No. 5— W^ P. Mears, Callahan. 
District No. 6—1. T. Blake, Hilliard. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — N. S. Hernandez, Fernandina; resigned July 
21, 1938, and Earl A. Yates commissioned ad interim July 27, 
1938, elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, 
until January, 1941. 

District No. 6— John E. McGlew, Hilliard. 

District No. 5 — A. B. Jones, Callahan. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

E. R. Hopkins, Fernandina ; term expires July 7, 1942. 

TRAFFIC OFFICER 

O. Z. Rowe, Hilliard ; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 



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COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

John R. Mann. Fernandina; term expires September 26, 1941. 

John T. Ferreira, Fernandina ; term expires September 26, 
1941. 

L. G. Hirth, Fernandina; term expires September 26, 1941, 
deceased and Samuel R. Merrovv, Fernandina, commissioned 
January 24, 1939, until next Senate. 

H. F. Sahlman, Fernandina; term expires September 26, 1941. 

Walter J. Courter, Fernandina ; term expires September 26, 
1941. 

HARBOR MASTER 

E. F. Morse, Fernandina; term expires April 5, 1939. 
OKALOOSA 

COUNTY SEAT — CRESTVIEW 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Osburn. 

Sheriff — John P. Steele. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mallory B. Barrow. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. Z. Walding. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Vaughan. 

Tax Collector — Cortez L. Campbell. 

Supervisor of Registration — I. S. Boles. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Chipley C. Steele, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 2 — H. L. Hilton, Crestview. 

District No. 3 — J. F. Cook, Crestview. 

District No. 4 — Charlie B. Day, Baker. 

District No. 5 — W. S. Spence, Niceville. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— T. F. Hobbs, Baker. 

District No. 2 — H. Claude Garrett, Crestview. 

District No. 3 — Lula Edge, Niceville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — Hilary Thomas Stewart, Ft. Walton; resigned 
Oct. 6, 1938. 



158 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — Joe Adams, Crestview. 

District No. 6 — O. L. Bengtson. Ft. Walton. 

District No. 1 — Raymond Grimes, Laurel Hill ; commissioned 
ad interim February 12, 1938, and E. P. Cadenhead elected No- 
vember 8, 1938, commissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 
1941. 

OKEECHOBEE 

COUNTY SE.\T OKEECHOBEE 

County Judge — ^T. W. Conely, Jr. 

Sheriff — Claude Simmons, deceased, and Eugenia Simmons 
commissioned ad interim, February 4, 1938, and Cossie C. Sim- 
mons elected November 8. 1938, and commissioned December 
27, 1938, until the tirst Tuesday after the first Monday in Jan- 
uary, 1941. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. L. Barber. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Robert LaMartin. 

Tax Collector — Bessie Alderman. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. B. Hargraves. 

Prosecuting Attorney — G. C. Durrance. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. T. Phelps, Ft. Drum. 

District No. 2 — A. L. Thompson, Bassenger. 

District No. 3 — R. M. Durrance, Okeechobee. 

District No. 4 — F. M. Mobley, Okeechobee. 

District No. 5 — W. E. Godwin. Okeechobee. 

COUNTY BO.\RD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. D. Coker, Okeechobee. 
District No. 2 — J. J. McLaughlin, Ft. Drum. 
District No. 3 — J. O. Wolff, Okeechobee; resigned ]\lay 13, 
1938, and W. H. Harden commissioned ad interim, July 1, 1938. 

PR0B.\TION OFFICER 

John W. Barber, Okeechobee; term expired October 11, 1931. 

INSPECTORS OF M.\RKS AND r.RAXDS 

District No. 2 — James Durrance, Bassenger; term expires 
June 9, 1939. 



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District No. 3 — W. E. Arnold, Okeechobee ; term expires June 
9, 1939. 

District No. 4 — J. C. Morgan, Okeechobee, ; term expires 
May 26, 1939. 

District No. 4 — J. S. Underbill, Okeechobee ; term expires 

November 19, 1941. 

District No. 5 — G. T. Powell, Okeechobee ; term expires June 
16. 1939. 

ORANGE 

COUNTY SEAT ORLANDO 

County Judge — Victor Hutchins. 

Sheriff — Frank Karel. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Clarence M. Gay. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Judson B. Walker. 

County Surveyor — A. B. Herndon. 

County Tax Assessor — Arthur Butt. 

Tax Collector — Clyde M. McKenney. 

Supervisor of Registration — R. T. Tucker. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — R. T. Overstreet. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — S. J. Sligh. Orange. 
District No. 2 — Carl J. Jackson, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — J. R. Carpenter. Winter Garden. 
District No. 4 — J. K. Barber, Orlando. 
District No. 5 — E. C. Bass, Christmas. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— J. R. Holbrook, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Julian E. Sadler, Oakland. 
District No. 3 — Ira J. Johnston, Winter Park. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— E. G. Duckworth, Orlando. 

District No. 2 — Thos. W. Swanner, Apopka. 

District No. 3 — J. W. Robertson, Ocoee. 

District No. 4— J. Carl Dodson, Bithlo. 



160 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Floyd T. Fuller, Orlando, deceased, and Geo. 
J. Proctor commissioned ad interim, November 10, 1938, and 
Joe E. Brown elected November 8, 1938, commissioned Novem- 
ber 21, 1938, until the first Tuesday after the first Monday in 
January, 1941. 

District No. 2 — Fred L. Risener, Apopka. 

District No. 3 — Clififord A. Davis, Ocoee. 

District No. 4 — J. S. Canada, Bithlo. 

BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. Thomas Gurney, Orlando ; term expires 
January. 1943. 

District No. 2 — R. T. Carlton, Apopka ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1941. 

District No. 3 — Arthur M. Clark, Ocoee ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1943. 

District No. 4 — G. D. Livingston, Orlando ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1941. 

District No. 5 — W. E. McLeod, Orlando; term expires Jan- 
uary. 1943. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — E. L. Yates, Orlando; term expires Septem- 
ber 13. 1939. 

District No. 2 — E. B. King; term expires November 22, 1939, 

District No. 3 — A. Brown, \\^inter Garden ; term expires Sep- 
tember 13. 1939. 

District No. 4 — Charley Jones. Pine Castle ; term expires Sep- 
tember 17, 1939. 

District No. 5 — J. \\'. Tison, Narcoossee; term expires Oc- 
tober 29, 1939. 

OSCEOLA 

COUNTY SEAT KISSIMMEE 

County Judge — J. F. Robinson. 

Sheriff — Young Tindall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. L. Overstreet. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Sam Brammar. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Glenn Ray. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 161 

Tax Collector — C. L. Bandy. 

Supervisor of Registration — Clifford Fertic. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Clayton O. Welch. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. M. Overstreet, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2— LeRoy Bass, Kissimmee. 

District No. 3— Joe J- Griffin, Kissimmee. 

District No. 4 — Hardy Simmons, St. Cloud. 

District No. 5 — J. E. McConnell, Holopaw. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. E. Yowell, Kissimmee ; resigned January 
11. 1939. 
District No. 2— Joel C. Yates. Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Ernest Mach, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2 — William Ide. St. Cloud, deceased, and Jay B. 
Johnston, St. Cloud, commissioned ad interim, September 7, 1937, 
elected November 8, 1938. recommissioned January 3, 1939, until 
January, 1941. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. F. Prevatt, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— C. C. Hickok, St. Cloud; resigned March 30. 
1937. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

J. H. Rhine, St. Cloud; term expired February 4, 1931. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — A. D. Story, Kissimmee; term expires Au- 
gust 10, 1940. 

District No. 1 — W. H. IMann, St. Cloud; term expires March 
21, 1942. 

PALM BEACH 

COUNTY SEAT — WEST PALM BEACH 

County Judge — Richard P. Robbins. 
Sheriff — W. Hiram Lawrence. 

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162 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. O. Butler. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — John I. Leonard. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James M. Owens, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Stetson O. Sproul. 

Supervisor of Registration — ^J. L. Grier. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — J. Louie Carter. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. A. Poston, Kelsey City. 

District No. 2 — Cecil Cornelius, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 3 — John Prince, Lake Worth. 

District No. 4— C. Y. Byrd, Delray Beach. 

District No. 5 — Doyle W. Crocker, Pahokee. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Carmen Salvatore, Pahokee. 
District No. 2— Carl A. Widell, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3 — J. C. Engram, Lake Worth. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — S. J. McCormack, Kelsey City, deceased, and 
Max Wynn commissioned ad interim, July 7, 1938. and L. H. 
Shipman elected November 8, 1938. and commissioned January 
3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

District No. 3— Y. M. Rickards, West Palm Beach. 

District No. A — W. F. Riedel, Lake Worth. 

District No. 5 — Wm. P. Somerville, Palm Beach. 

District No. 6 — J. K. Gwynn, Delray Beach ; resigned August 
31, 1937. 

District No. 7 — W. J. Larrimore, Pahokee. 

District No. 8— G. A. Hubbell. Belle Glade. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Barney Savage, Riviera. 

District No. 3 — Bob Egnor, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — William Petro, Lake Worth. 

District No. 5 — Zoll Mayberry, Boynton. 

District No. 6 — 

District No. 7 — Albert Gant, Pahokee. 

District No. 8— John Kirk, Belle Glade. 



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MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF JUPITER INLET DISTRICT 

(Also listed Martin County) 
John R. Dubois, Jupiter; term expires June 4, 1941. 

C. D. Clarkson. Hobe Sound ; term expires January, 1939. 
J. H. Callen, Hobe Sound; term expires January, 1941. 
Paul Cone, Jupiter; term expires January, 1941. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

D. H. Conklin, West Palm Beach ; term expires January, 1943. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

R. R. Boozer, West Palm Beach ; term expires November 4, 
1942. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

W. J. Larrimore, Pahokee ; term expires June 23, 1941. 

COMMISSIONER PORT OF PALM BEACH DISTRICT 

LeRoy Bishop, West Palm Beach ; term expired January, 1937. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Wm. Brandenburg, Palm Beach ; term expires September 6, 
1940. 

H. C. Hess, Kelsey City; term expires August 29, 1939. 

E. M. Fowler. Palm Beach ; term expires August 29, 1940. 
Virgil D. Chandler, West Palm Beach ; term expires August 29, 

1939, resigned March 17, 1938, and Willis Sherrill, West Palm 
Beach, commissioned October 12, 1938, until next Senate. 

Fred W. Raymond, Palm Beach ; term expires September 12, 
1940. 

HARBOR MASTER 

H. C. Winter, West Palm Beach; term expires next Senate. 

PASCO 

COUNTY SEAT DADE CITY 

County Judge — Orvil L. Dayton, Jr. 

Sheriff— O. A. Allen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. J. Burnside. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Fred O. Revels. 



164 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

County Surveyor — A. E. Taylor. 
County Assessor of Taxes — J. Ed Bryant. 
Tax Collector — H. Gresham Batchelor. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. R. Wells. 
Prosecuting Attorney — J. D. Geiger. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Stanley Cochrane. Dade City. 
District No. 2 — B. A. Thomas, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3— W. C. Law, Lutz, R.F.D. 
District No. 4 — Arthur Schrader, San Antonio. 
District No. 5— L. C. Poole, New Port Richey. 

COUNTY B0.\RD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Reuel Piatt, Dade City. 
District No. 2 — D. A. Storms, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3 — R. D. Stevenson, Elfers. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. Leroy Smith, Dade City. 
District No. 2— John G. Snell, New Port Richey. 
District No. 3 — Chas Jensen, Lacoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— J. R. Strickland, Dade City. 
District No. 2— Mitchell R. Caraway, New Port Richey. 
District No. 3 — Roscoe Osbron, Trilby ; commissioned ad in- 
terim, April 4, 1937. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — LeRoy Smith, Dade City ; term expires May 
13, 1938. 

District No. 1 — \V. B. Madill, Dade City; term expires July 
13, 1942. 

District No. 2 — Murray Thomas, Zephyrhills ; term expires 
October 15, 1939. 

District No. 4 — E. R. Washington, Dade City; term expired 
June 27, 1934. 

District No. 5 — John G. Snell, New Port Richey ; term ex- 
pires July 1, 1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 165 

PINELLAS 

COUNTY SEAT^ — CLEARWATER ' 

County Judge — Jack F. White. 

Sheriff — Ernest G. Cunningham. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. G. McQuagge, deceased, and Ray E. 
Green commissioned ad interim, January 19, 1938, elected No- 
vember 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 
1941. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — G. V. Fuguitt. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Chas A. Wilcox. 

Tax Collector — ^Jay B. Starkey. ■ i 

Prosecuting Attorney — Henry S. Baynard. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. B. Harris, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — Charles R. Carter, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 3 — John Chesnut, Clearwater. 

District No. 4 — William J. Christie, Dunedin. 

District No. 5 — E. H. Beckett, Tarpon Springs. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— S. R. Mcintosh, St. Petersburg. j 

District No. 2 — Charles H. Teeter, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — E. Pasco Morris, Tarpon Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — John T. Fisher, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Malbert L. Humphries, Largo. 
District No. 3 — Geo. Clare Woodell, Safety Harbor. 
District No. A — J. S. Register, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 5 — Joe E. Carpenter, St. Petersburg. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Victor Bradford, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — Walter Freeze, Clearwater. 

District No. 3 — Percy B. Vasbinder, Clearwater. 

District Uo. A — Frank G. Sparkman, Tarpon Springs. 

District No. 5 — Todd Tucker, St. Petersburg. 



166 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

PROBATION OFFICER 

R. L. Turner, Clearwater; term expires December 15, 1939. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF GULF BEACH SANITARY DISTRICT 

E. P. Cody, St. Petersburg; term expires December 8, 1939. 

R. H. Morgan, St. Petersburg; term expires December 8, 1939. 

P. A. Page, St. Petersburg; term expires December 22, 1939, 
resigned August 17, 1938, and W. B. Shelton, St. Petersburg, 
commissioned August 29, 1938, until December 22, 1939. 

HARBOR MASTER 

G. L. Roberts, St. Petersburg; term expires February 14, 1939. 

POLK 

COUNTY SEAT BARTOW 

County Judge — Chester AI. Wiggins. 

Sheriff— W. W. Chase. 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. H. Sloan. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — C. I. HoUingsworth. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John B. White. 

Tax Collector — Paul M. Henderson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Hugh E. Carlton. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — B. L. Durrance. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John L. Robinson, ^ledulla. 

District No. 2 — P. J. Langford, Frostproof. 

District No. 3— Milo M. Ebert, Lake Wales. 

District No. 4 — James W. Foley, Winter Haven. 

District No. 5 — Sherley W. Guthrie. Lakeland, deceased, and 
John M. Keen commissioned Feb. 15, 1937, ad interim, and 
Alonzo Logan, Lakeland, commissioned November 21, 1938, until 
the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January, 1941. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRL'CTION 

District No. 1— Allen B. Meek, Ft. :^Ieade. 
District No. 2 — Walton B. Clark, Bartow. 
District No. 3 — Norman S. Stone, Lakeland. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — E. A. Register, Ft. Aleade ; resigned July 19, 
1937, and Nat J. Patterson, Ft. Meade, commissioned July 27 , 
1937, ad interim, and recommissioned January 5, 1938, until Jan- 
uary, 1941. 

District No. 3 — A. V. Sewell, Bartow. 

District No. 5 — James P. Smith, Kathleen. 

District No. 6 — I. S. Valentine, Auburndale. 

District No. 9 — Michael Alderman, Jr., Brewster. 

District No. 10 — J. R. Clements, Lakeland. 

District No. 12 — E. R. Craig, Winter Haven. 

District No. 14— P. W. Vaught, Frostproof. 

District No. 15 — Jed R. Yale, Haines City. 

District No. 18 — Joel Evers, Mulberry. 

District No. 20 — Chas. A. Home, Polk City ; commissioned ad 
interim, July 10, 1937. 

District No. 26 — B. L. Flowers, Davenport ; commissioned ad 
interim, April 20, 1938, resigned July 1, 1938. 

District No. 28 — Charles Guyton, Lake Wales. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — John W. Whitten, Ft. Meade. 

District No. 3 — D. J. Harman, Bartow, deceased, and N. R. 
Hankins commissioned ad interim, January 23, 1939. 

District No. 5 — Marvin Cheatwood, Kathleen ; commissioned 
ad interim, February 14, 1937, and Eugene Hay, Lakeland, 
elected November 8, 1938, and commissioned December 7, 1938, 
until January, 1941. 

District No. 6 — Claude H. Campbell, Auburndale; resigned 
December 10, 1938. and Dewey Jolly commissioned January 9, 
1939. 

District No. 9 — S. I. Wooten, Brewster. 

District No. 10— Frank M. Williams, Lakeland. 
District No. 12 — W. A. Barksdale, Winter Haven. 

District No. 1^1 — T. H. Keen, Frostproof. 
District No. 15 — J. F. Thompson, Haines City. 
District No. 18— L. G. Yancy, Mulberry. 



168 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 20 — G. C. Lanier, Polk City ; commissioned a4 
interim, July 12, 1937. 

District No. 28 — J. Hays Wilson, Lake Wales. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

C. A. Boswell, Bartow; term expires July 12. 1941. 

BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

W. G. Overstreet, Mulberry ; term expires August 23, 1942. 

B. G. Mayo, Ft. Meade; term expires September 21, 1940. 
R. H. Weaver, Bartow; term expires September 26, 1940. 

E. L. McLean, Winter Haven; term expires September 21, 
1941. 

C. V. McClurg, Lakeland; term expires January 23, 1942. 

MEMBERS POLK COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

E. H. Dudley, Mulberry; term expires next Senate. 
Frank H. Crumb, Lakeland; term expires June 15, 1939. 
Fred W. Pope, Lakeland ; term expires June 15, 1940. 
T. S. Trantham, Lakeland; term expires June 15, 1941. 
L. W. Riggins, Lakeland; term expires June 15, 1941. 

PUTNAM 

COUNTY SEAT PALATKA 

County Judge — Causey S. Green. 

Sheriff — R. J. Hancock. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. A. Williams, Jr. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — L. S. Barstow. 

County Tax Assessor — E. W. Watkins. 

Tax Collector — Randall Wells. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. M. W^illiams. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— L. P. DeWolf, Crescent City. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Ginn, Palatka. 
District No. 3 — G. A. Turner, San Mateo. 
District No. 4 — J. M. Williams, Bostwick. 
District No. 5 — L. P. Strickland, Interlachen. 



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COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— R. R. Wilkinson; Palatka. 

District No. 2 — T. S. Carpenter, Jr., Crescent City. 

District No. 3 — A. P. Johntry, Johnson. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. D. Hudson, Crescent City. 
District No. 8 — John D. Hodge, Palatka. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Leslie B. Pigue, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— C. M. Livingston, Palatka. 

BOND TRUSTEES 

Silas J. Motes, Palatka ; term expires January, 1943. 

Coveda Eugene Currie, Palatka; term expires January, 1941. 

D. C. Hayes, Satsuma ; term expires January, 1941. 

TRAFFIC OFFICER 

G. W. Prater, Palatka ; term expires at pelasure of Governor. 
ST. JOHNS 

COUNTY SEAT ST. AUGUSTINE 

County Judge — Chas. C. Mathis, Jr. 

Sheriff — E. E. Boyce. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hiram Faver. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — D. D. Corbett. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. R. Hellier. 

Tax Collector — S. C. Middleton. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lee C. Owens ; resigned Febru- 
ary 23, 1938, and Mrs. T. F. Ellzey commissioned March 10, 
1938, until January, 1941. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— M. H. Bishop, Jacksonville, Rt. 7. 
District No. 2 — L. O. Davis, St. Augustine. 
District No. 3— H. H. Bailey, Hastings. 
District No. 4 — Walter E. Moeller, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — Verle A. Pope, St. Augustine. 



170 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— R. B. Hunt, St. Augustine. 

District No. 2 — Miss Evelyn Hamblen, St. Augustine. 

District No. 3 — J. W. Beach, Hastings. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 9 — Joseph L. Dunne, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11— W. R. Byrd, Hastings. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 9 — Frank E. Dowty, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — H. A. Green, Hastings. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

A. M. Taylor, St. Augustine ; term expires January, 1943. 

MEMBERS ST. AUGUSTANE PORT, WATERWAY AND BEACH DISTRICT 

J. D. Thompson, St. Augustine ; commissioned ad interim, 
May 24, 1938, elected November 8, 1938. Failed to qualify. 
Appointed and recommissioned February 3, 1939, ad interim. 

Frank F. Harrold. St. Augustine, commissioned ad interim, 
May 24, 1938, elected November 8, 1938. Failed to qualify. Ap- 
pointed and recommissioned February 3, 1939, ad interim. 

J. B. Dodd, St. Augustine; commissioned ad interim. May 24, 
1938, elected November 8, 1938. Failed to qualify. Appointed 
and recommissioned February 3, 1939, ad interim. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mary Groh, St. Augustine; term expired October 5, 1938. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

C. S. Smith, St. Augustine ; appointed and confirmed by Sen- 
ate, 1937, but failed to qualify. 

M. H. Westbery, St. Augustine; appointed and confirmed by 
Senate, 1937, but failed to qualify. 

Sterling Matsh, St. Augustine; appointed and confirmed by 
Senate, 1937, but failed to qualify. 

John Pickering, St. Augustine ; confirmed by Senate, Sept. 7, 
1937, until June 29, 1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 171 

HARBOR MASTER 

Chester E. Benet, St. Augustine ; term expired March 6, 1938. 
ST. LUCIE 

COUNTY SEAT FT. PIERCE 

County Judge — Flem C. Dame. 

Sheriff— B. A. Brown. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. R. Lott. 

Superintendent Pubhc Instruction — N. H. Bullard. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. R. Pierce. 

Tax Collector — Orris Nobles. 

Supervisor of Registration — Vida Peterson. 

Prosecuting Attorney — A. C. Simmons. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. M. Brewer, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 2 — Harry E. Center, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 3— J. R. Merritt, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 4 — Lane H. Jennings, Walton. 

District No. 5— D. J. Wilcox, Ft. Pierce. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Vassar, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 2 — W. F. Morrow, Ft. Pierce ; resigned Septem- 
ber 26, 1938, and B. Arnold, commissioned ad interim. October 
6, 1938. 

District No. 3— F. H. Conrad, Ft. Pierce. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— L. L. Maser, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 1 — Lindsey Stead, Ft. Pierce ; commissioned ad 
interim, July 15, 1937, resigned October 4, 1937. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— H. O. Forsyth, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 1 — R. W. Lennard, Ft. Pierce ; commissioned ad 
interim, September 8, 1937. 



172 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

R. R. Martin, Ft. Pierce ; term expires January, 1943. 

MEMBERS FT. PIERCE PORT DISTRICT 

J. M. Sample, Ft. Pierce; term expired December 7, 1938. 

Ira Lament, Ft. Pierce ; term expired December 7, 1938, re- 
signed May 31, 1938. 

H. F. Stanton, Ft. Pierce; commissioned June 6, 1938, until 
December 8. 1938. 

J. L. Hoeflich, Ft. Pierce; term expires January 4, 1941. 

E. G. Gustafson, Ft. Pierce; term expires January 4. 1941. 

W. N. Crooks, Ft. Pierce; term expires January 4. 1941. 

J. K. Walker, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1943. 

H. F. Stanton, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1943. 

MEMBERS ST. LUCIE INLET DISTRICT AND PORT AUTHORITY 

Bruce G. Butler, Hollywood; term expires January, 1941. 
H. G. LaBree, Dania ; term expires January, 1941. 

B. W. Strickland, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires January, 1941. 

MEMBERS ST. LUCIE SANITARY DISTRICT 

W. I. Fee, Ft. Pierce ; commissioned ad interim, May 19, 1938, 
elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until 
January, 1943. 

Ruhl W. Kobelgard, Ft. Pierce ; commissioned ad interim, May 
19, 1938, elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 
1939, until January, 1943. 

James A. Martel, Ft. Pierce; commissioned ad interim, May 
19, 1938, elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 
1939, until January, 1943. 

FELLSMERE CROSS STATE HIGHWAY BOARD 

(Also listed in Brevard County) 
Wm. E. Feazel. Sr.. Fellsmere ; term expired first Tuesday, 
July, 1932. 

C. T. Brown, Fellsmere ; term expired first Tuesday, July, 
1936. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

B. E. Alderman, Ft. Pierce; term expires July 18, 1939. 



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SANTA ROSA 

COUNTY SEAT MILTON 

County Judge — A. L. Johnson. 

Sheriff — Joseph T. Allen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George H. Leonard. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — John C. Word. 

County Surveyor — Ben Barnes. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Eugene Glover. 

Tax Collector — Earl L. Lewis. 

Supervisor of Registration — R. Glenn Gibson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. W. Harrison. Mulat. 

District No. 2 — John H. Tompkins, Milton. 

District No. 3 — Henry V. Diamond, Jay. 

District No. 4 — Thomas Ates. Milton ; resigned November 12, 
1938. 

District No. 5— Nels G. Nelson, Milton, Rt. 4. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — ^J. B. Turner. Bagdad. 

District No. 2— Willie J. McCurdy, Jay. 

District No. 3 — Bowsey M. Helms, Milton, Rt. 4. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— J. T. Wiggins, Milton. 

District No. 2— R. D. Hobbs, Bagdad. 

District No. 3— J. L. Abbott, Jay. 

District No. 5 — W. R. Cain, Munson ; resigned November 16, 
1937. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— F. L. Whiriey, Bagdad. 

District No. 1 — J. D. Wiggins, Milton; commissioned ad in- 
terim, and elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 
1939, until January, 1941. 

District No. 3 — W. F. Miller, Jay ; commissioned ad interim, 
September 2, 1938. 

District No. 5 — ^James Jernigan, Milton. 



174 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

SANTA ROSA COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY NO. ONE 

Joe W. Jernigan, Milton; term expired September 13, 1937. 
L. V. Davis, Bagdad ; term expires September 10, 1939. 
O. M. Carter, Bagdad; term expires September 6, 1939. 

SARASOTA 

COUNTY SEAT SARASOTA 

County Judge — Francis C. Dart, resigned, February 7, 1938, 
and Forrest Chapman commissioned ad interim, February 12, 
1937, elected November 8. 1938, and recommissioned January 3, 
1939, until January, 1941. 

Sheriff — C. B. Pearson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. R. Peacock. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — T. W. Yarbrough, 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Paul Gaines, Sr. 

Tax Collector — Charles G. Stromeyer. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. T. Dixon. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John W. Davis, Sarasota. 
District No. 2— W. S. Harris. Bee Ridge. 
District No. 3— J. L. McAllister, Venus. 
District No. 4 — P. E. Buchan, Englewood. 
District No. 5 — R. L. Johnson, Sarasota, Rt. 2. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Paul Cobb. Sarasota. 

District No. 2 — C. Woodburn Matheny, Sarasota. 

District No. 3 — Claude T. Curry, Nokomis. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Franklin Redd, Jr., Sarasota. 
District No. 4 — John Raeburn, Sarasota. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Edward A. Kirkland, Sarasota. 
District No. 4 — Willie Jackson, Venice. 



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PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. Howard Dial. Sarasota; term expires April 11, 1942. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, & 5 — H. L. Hancock, Sarasota; term ex- 
pires March. 1942. 

Districts 1, 2. 3, 4, & 5 — Melton Williams; term expires 
March 20, 1942. 

SEMINOLE 

COUNTY SEAT SANFORD 

Colinty Judge — R. W. Ware. 

Sheriff — Charles M. Hand. 

Clerk Circuit Court — O. P. Herndon. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. \\'. Lawton. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sanford F. Doudney. 

Tax Collector — Jno. D. Jinkins. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. J. Thigpen. 

Prosectuing Attorney — W. Herbert Messer. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. L. Thrasher, Sanford. 

District No. 2 — F. A. Dyson, Sanford. 

District No. 3 — W. B. Ballard, Altamonte Springs. 

District No. 4— W^ B. Williams. Oviedo. 

District No. 5 — W. G: Kilbee, Geneva. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Fred T. Williams, Sanford. 
District No. 2 — E. T. Haines. Altamonte Springs. 
District No. 3 — L. E. Jordan. Oviedo. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — Theo. Aulin. Oviedo. 

District No. 4 — James C. Roberts, Sanford. 

District No. 6 — Roy F. Burkholder, Altamonte Springs, com- 
missioned ad interim, July 3, 1938, elected November 8, 1939, 
recommissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 



176 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — O. P. Slone, Oviedo. 

District No. 4— W. A. McMullen, Sanford. 

District No. 6 — W. A. Lewis, Longwood ; commissioned ad 
interim, July 6, 1938, elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned 
January 3, 1939, until January. 1941. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mae Sheafer, Sanford ; term expired July 22, 1937. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

R. L. Humphrey, Sanford ; term expires November 6, 1939. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS UPPER ST. JOHNS NAVIGATION 

DISTRICT 

(Also listed in Brevard County) 

W. O. Klingensmith. Titusville ; commissioned September 21, 
1931, for 4 years. 

Frank K. Anderson, Altamonte Springs ; commissioned Sep- 
tember 21, 1931, for 4 years. 

F. H. McFarlin, Cocoa; commissioned September 22, 1931, 
for 4 years. 

SUMTER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUSH NELL 

County Judge — J. M. Faddy. 

Sheriff — W. T. Coleman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Roy Caruthers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — -Broward Miller. 

County Surveyor — J. J. Fussell ; resigned July 20, 1937. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Inman Wheeler. 

Tax Collector — Grady Potter. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. N. Graham, Sr. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Charley C. Driggers, Oxford. 
District No. 2— C. M. Brown, Wildwood. 
District No. 3 — J. A. Traylor, Sumterville. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 177 

District No. 4 — C. M. Winton, Bushnell. 
District No. 5—1. C. Hall, Webster. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Dr. C. L. Carter, Wildwood. 
District No. 2 — W. L. Bozeman, Center Hill. 
District No. 3 — Francis A. Hayes, Webster. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — A. M. Barlow, Wildwood. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 3— J. C. West, Wildwood. 
SUWANNEE 

COUNTY SEAT — LIVE OAK 

County Judge — Mack H. Padgett. 

Sheriff — P. B. Cannon. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. L. McMullen. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. T. Newsome. 

County Assessor of Taxes — F. M. Greene. 

Tax Collector — Merritt M. Fox worth. 

Supervisor of Registration — Dutton A. Bonnell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Thomas T. Law, Live Oak. 

District No. 2 — C. B. Warner, Falmouth. 

District No. 3— Steve H. Harrell, Live Oak. 

District No. A — R. E. Walker, Pinemount. 

District No. 5— J. L. Barnett, O'Brien. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— H. B. Wooley, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — G. E. Daughtry, Pinemount. 
District No, 3 — G. A. Hicks, Live Oak. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. A. Mendelson, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — P. L. Hemming, Wellborn. 
District No. 4— C. H. Fletcher, Branford. 

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178 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. R. Howes, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— H. C. Dennard, Wellborn. 
District No. 3— B. G. Bell, Falmouth. 
District No. 7 — Thomas J. Dixon, Branford. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. W. H. Lyle, Live Oak; term expired October 30, 1934. 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY SEAT PERRY 

County Judge — Byron M. Butler. 

Sheriff— S. L. Wilson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — James R. Jackson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — S. L. Walker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Abner E. Morgan. 

Tax Collector — Alton C. Hendry. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Dan Vereen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. H. Vereen, Perry. 
District No. 2 — John W. Courtney, Perry. 
District No. 3—]. E. Ezell, Perry, Rt. 2. 
District No. 4 — J. Pasco Morgan. Shady Grove. 
District No. 5— W. D. \Miiddon. Lamont. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. A. Collins, Perry. 
District No. 2 — W. J. Howard, Perry. 
District No. 3 — O. A. Simmons, Perry. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— M. S. Linton, Perry. 

District No. 3 — Jonathan Dukes, Steinhatchee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. H. Evans, Perry. 
District No. 3 — Tom Hudson, Carbur. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 179 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — J. W. Wright, Perry ; term expires October 
29, 1940. 

District No. 2 — J. P. Carlton, Perry; term expires July 13, 
1941. 

District No. 3 — Bill Ezell, Perry ; term expires November 24, 
1942. 

District No. 4 — W. H. Lewis, Shady Grove ; term expires 
October 19, 1940. 

District No. 4 — R. W. Hendry, Shady Grove ; term expires 
October 7, 1940. 

District No. 5 — A. J. jMcFail, Perry ; term expires July 9, 
1941. 

UNION 

COUNTY SEAT LAKE BUTLER 

County Judge — J. R. Townsend. 

Sheriff — W. S. Brannen, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — C. B. Hayes. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Shepard Thomas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. DeWitt Knight. 

Tax Collector — Ury G. Sapp. 

Supervisor of Registration — Dallie O. Epperson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. L. Douglass, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Conner, Raiford. 
District No. 3— S. M. Dukes. Dukes. 
District -No. A — J. J. Ward, Lulu. 
District No. 5— Willie Croft, Lake Butler. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— R. R. Taylor. Lake Butler. 
District No. 2— S. H. Moore, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — D. H. Dukes, Worthington. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— C. R. Sapp, Lake Butler. 



180 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Charles D. Alvarez, Raiford ; resigned March 
16, 1937, and O. M. Alvarez of Raiford commissioned ad interim, 
April 1, 1937, elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned Jan- 
uary 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

I30ND TRUSTEES 

District No. 1 — Thos. D. Proctor, Lake Butler ; term expired 
January, 1939. 

District No. 2 — J. R. Dowling, Lake Butler; commissioned 
June 3, 1938, ad interim, elected November 8, 1938. recommis- 
sioned January 3, 1939, for two years. 

District No. 3- — Albert Miller, Worthington ; term expired 
January, 1939, elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned Jan- 
uary 3, 1939, for two years. 

District No. 4 — T. P. Renfroe, Lake Butler; commissioned 
June 7, 1938, ad interim, elected November 8, 1938, recommis- 
sioned January 3, 1938, for two years. 

District No. 5 — Norman Douglas, Lake Butler ; commissioned 
March 13, 1938, ad interim, and John Crews elected November 8, 
1938, and commissioned January, 1939, for two years. 

VOLUSIA 

COUNTY SEAT DE LAND 

County Judge — J. E. Peacock. 

Sheriflf — S. E. Stone. 

Clerk Circuit Court — I. Walter Hawkins. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Geo. W. Marks. 

County Surveyor — Lovick O. Hayman, resigned June 23, 1937, 
and J. C. M. Valentine commissioned ad interim, July 3, 1937, 
elected November 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until 
January, 1941. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. Homer Smith. 

Tax Collector — D. P. Smith, deceased, and Mrs. C. S. Paul 
commissioned ad interim, March 29, 1937, elected November 8, 
1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

Supervisor of Registration — O. G. Sage. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 181 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ben Thursby, Orange City. 

District No. 2 — James Jerry Crume, DeLand ; suspended 
March 18, 1938, and J. Godfrey Dreka, commissioned March 19, 
1938, pending the suspension of James Jerry Crume. 

District No. 3 — J. H. Graham, Seville. 

District No. 4 — W. M. Hankins, Daytona Beach ; suspended 
March 18, 1938, and Rudy N. Graham, commissioned March 
19, 1938, pending the suspension of W. M. Hankins. 

District No. 5 — E. A. Latham, New Smyrna, resigned March 
29, 1938, and W. E. Swoope of New Smyrna commissioned ad in- 
terim, April 1, 1938. G. C. Beck, New Smyrna, commissioned 
November 25, 1938, until the first Tuesday after the first Mon- 
day in January, 1939. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Hubert S. Talton, DeLand. 

District No. 2 — James E. Cade, Seville. 

District No. 3 — Hubert A. Price, Ormond Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — R. L. Sutton; resigned September 30, 1937. 

District No. 4 — Maurice F. Foster, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — O. F. Greenlund, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — L. R. Scaffee, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — W. H. Young, Ormond. 

District No. 8 — Chas. L. Beers, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 9 — George L. Kelley, Port Orange, deceased, 
and T. J. Sparkman elected November 8, 1938, commissioned 
January 3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

District No. 10 — L. H. Poorbaugh, New Smyrna. 

District No. 11— N. R. Raulerson, Seville. 

District No. 12 — E. A. Donovan, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 13 — L. L. Mosby, Oak Hill; resigned January 
4, 1939. 

District No. \A — Oscar J. Murray, Orange City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — S. G. Brooke, Osteen. 
District No. A — Ralph S. Tatum, DeLand. 



182 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 5 — George Y. Moore, Pierson. 
District No. 6 — McBessinger, DeLeon Springs. 
District No. 9 — Floyd Moore, Port Orange. 
District No. 10 — A. D. Fussell, New Smyrna. 
District No. 11— S. A. Baker, Seville. 
District No. 12 — W. C. Jones, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 14 — Harley A. Strickland. Orange City. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

D. F. Fuquay, Daytona Beach ; term expired January, 1939. 

EAST VOLUSIA ANTI MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

W. Harrison Comford, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 
1943. 

Harry Haigh, Daytona Beach ; term expires January. 1943. 
W. E. Swoope, New Smyrna; term expires January, 1943. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mae T. Donovan, Daytona Beach; term expires November 13, 
1939. 

HARBOR MASTER 

E. A. Lembeck, New Smyrna ; term expires March 14. 1939. 

WAKULLA 

COUNTY SEAT CRAWFORDVILLE 

County Judge — A. L. Porter. 

Sheriff — E. C. Ferrell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — L. L. Pararo. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — S. W. Revell. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Ashmore. 

Tax Collector — W. G. Durrance. 

Supervisor of Registration — LeRoy Harvey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— C. J. Posey, St. Marks. 

District No. 2 — Henry C. Vause, Ben Haden. 

District No. 3 — C. Taff, Crawfordville. 

District No. 4 — R. W. Langston, Arran. 

District No. 5 — J. B, Pigott, Sopchoppy ; resigned March 1, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 183 

1937, and S. W. Roddenberry, Sopchoppy, commissioned ad in- 
terim, April 10, 1937. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. M. Alexander, St. Marks; resigned May 
14, 1938, and Amos Marks Alexander, Jr., commissioned ad in- 
terim, May 25, 1938. 

District No. 2 — R. W. Arnold, Panacea. 

District No. 3 — N. W. Saunders, Sopchoppy. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — R. E. Chapman, Ben Haden. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 2 — Moody Pearce, Ben Haden. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. Geo. S. Nesmith, Wakulla; term expires September 21, 
1942. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — W. M. Miller, Arran; term expires August 
16, 1940. 

District No. 1 — W. W. Branch, Waukulla; term expires Sep- 
tember 15, 1940. 

District No. 2 — Dan Miller, Ben Haden; term expires De- 
cember 3, 1941. 

District No. 2 — P. P. Green, Ben Haden ; term expires De- 
cember 10, 1941. 

District No. 3 — E. C. Council, Wakulla; term expires Au- 
gust 16, 1940. 

District No. 3 — W. R. Eubanks, Wakulla; term expires Sep- 
tember 15, 1940. 

District No. 5 — R. R. Ashmore, Sopchoppy ; term expires No- 
vember 16, 1941. 

WALTON 

COUNTY SEAT — DE FUNIAK SPRINGS 

County Judge — -L. H. Brannon. 

Sheriff — D. C. Adkison, deceased, and Mrs. Ceila Adkison 
commissioned ad interim, April 18, 1938, and M. H. Prescott 



184 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

elected November 8, 1938, and commissioned November 12, 1938, 
until January, 1941. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Robert Burl Underwood. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — A. N. Anderson. 

County Surveyor — W. J. (Will) Gainey. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. G. (Dan,) Ray. 

Tax Collector — W. T. Ray. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. T. Ray, ex officio. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. M. Bishop, Argyle. 

District No. 2 — J. W. Weeks, DeFuniak Springs ; resigned 
June 6, 1938, and L. E. Gill commissioned ad interim, June 10, 
1938. 

District No. 3 — Clayton Davis, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 4 — M. M. Adkison, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — J. J. Sharon, Bruce. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. G. Spires, Darlington. 

District No. 2 — M. O. Warren, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 3— D. E. Miller, Red Bay. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Vertice Truett, Darlington; resigned October 
11, 1937. 

District No. 2— B. Nail, Florala, Ala. 

District No. 3 — D. L. Morris, DeFuniak Springs, R.F.D. 

District No. 8 — Arthur Draper, Santa Rosa. 

District No. 6 — Monroe Mayo, Freeport. 

District No. 4 — Edward Beatty Drake, DeFuniak Springs; 
commissioned ad interim, August 16, 1937. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. J. Mills, Darlington. 
District No. 2 — John Perkins, Laurel Hill. 
District No 3 — Johnnie Bell, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 6 — Walker Caswell, Freeport. 
District No. 8— E. R. Walline, Santa Rosa. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 185 

District No. 4 — Alex Evans, DeFuniak Springs, deceased, and 
James H. Neal, commissioned ad interim, February 25, 1938, and 
Clayton Davis, elected November 8, 1938, commissioned January 
3, 1939, until January, 1941. 

WALTON COUNTY BRIDGE AUTHORITY 

B. B. Campbell, DeFuniak Springs; term expires July 1, 1939. 
Howard L. Cawthon, DeFuniak Springs; term expires July 1, 
1940. 
E. L. Huggins, DeFuniak Springs; term expires July 1, 1941. 

. WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT — CHIPLEY 

County Judge — A. D. Carmichael. 

Sheriff— John P. Harrell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leon R. Cox. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Neil D. Blue. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Eddie Yates, deceased, and Mrs. 
Elvie Yates commissioned ad interim, June 17, 1938, elected No- 
vember 8, 1938, recommissioned January 3, 1939, until January, 
1941. 

Tax Collector — R. C. Fleming. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. D. Harmon. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Pleasy Collins, Caryville. 
District No. 2 — C. Oilman Reddick, Chipley. 
District No. 3— E. N. May, Vernon. 
District No. 4— A. Britt, Bonifay. 
District No. 5— O. J. Harrell, Wausau. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — D. L. Taylor, Wausau. 
District No. 2— D. D. Bass, Chipley. 
District No. 3— J. N. Lee, Caryville. 

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186 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Byrd F. Bruce, Vernon. 
District No. 3 — S. E. Locke, Caryville. 
District No. 7 — ^Joe R. Farrior, Chipley. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — M. B. McKeithen, Vernon. 
District No. 3 — W. H, Nelson, Caryville. 
District No. 7 — George Hollis, Chipley. 
District No. 14 — T. M. Murphy, Caryville, Rt. 1. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 187 



NOTARIES PUBLIC 
; at L 

1937 



State at Large 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

A 

Abbett, L. G Clearwater March 20, 1937 

Abbott, J. A Pensacola September 19, 1938 

Abbott, J. Aron Miami October 2, 1937 

Abbot, S. G Miami October 18, 1938 

Aberle, A. J Tampa October 20, 1938 

Achenbach, M. Esther -Ft. Lauderdale October 25, 1937 

Ackerman, Leo Miami March 23, 1937 

Ackis, J. S Jacksonville May 5, 1938 

Acree, C. W Jacksonville March 7, 1938 

Adam, Geraldine Miami Beach November 14, 1938 

Adams, C. L Fruitland Park March 14, 1938 

Adams, Doris R Tampa March 15, 1938 

Adams, John T Tampa June 7, 1937 

Adams, Louise Tavares August 24, 1937 

Adams, Lucile J Sarasota October 20, 1938 

Adcock, Frank E St. Petersburg May 10, 1937 

Addison, Doratea W Loughman April 21, 1938 

Adkins, J. C Gainesville : October 7, 1938 

Adkins, J. C., Jr Gainesville July 7, 1938 

Adkinson, Sue Orlando October 26, 1938 

Agnew, H. R., Jr Ocala March 22, 1938 

Ahem, Rosemary F Babson Park October 21, 1938 

Aigler, J. A Stuart August 2, 1937 

Aiken, Dean St. Petersburg February 26, 1938 

Aiken, E. A West Palm Beach May 12, 1937 

Airth, G. E Live Oak February 7, 1938 

Akerman, Alex, Jr Tampa July 22, 1937 

Akerman, Martha Orlando October 24, 1938 

Albright, Frank F St. Petersburg March 8, 1937 

Albritton, Bonnie Sebring February 15, 1938 

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Alderman, C Lakeland November 25, 1937 

Alderman, Claranelle 

T Gainesville March 17, 

Alderman, Hugh A Jacksonville January 15, 

Alderman, M., Jr Brewster July 19, 

Alexander, Eva Win^r Haven January 4, 

Alexander, Franklin ....Tampa May 9, 

Alexander, Josephine ..Clearwater October 16, 

Alexander, L. A West Palm Beach April 13, 

Alexander, Milton W. ..Jacksonville February 22, 

Alfman, Lena Miami April 29, 

Alfonso, Sergio M Tampa August 15, 

Alford, Christine M Ft. Meade September 19, 

Alford, Lore West Palm Beach ....December 14, 

Allen, Alice Pensacola March 12, 

Allen, Anna E Orange Park August 12, 

Allen, Clyde A Coral Gables April 21, 

Allen, George A Tampa July 21, 

Allen, Helen C Orlando February 3, 

Allen, H. C Oak Hill September 29, 

Allen, Howard W Miami Beach May 28, 

Allen, Jane Tallahassee March 24, 

Allen, W. F Wauchula September 1, 

Allen, S. G Milton September 15, 

Allison, John F Miami January 28, 

Almand, Virgil C St. Petersburg July 29, 

Alsobrook, Nettie M Miami January 29, 

Altman, Elsie M Jacksonville September 9, 

Altman, Mabel Claire ....Tampa June 13, 

Alvarez, Antonio Tampa December 7, 

Alvarez, Maria del 

Socorro Tampa March 10, 

Ambrose, Clifford R Madison December 9, 

Amidon, R. H Lakeland January 21, 

Amnions, M. D Jacksonville August 2, 



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Anders, Gladys Jacksonville Ftebruary 20, 1937 

Anderson, Alfred T., 

Jr Howey January 19, 1938 

Anderson, Anita West Palm Beach June 9, 1937 

Anderson, Boyd H Ft. Lauderdale April 21, 1937 

Anderson, Charles M. ..Ft. Pierce April 12, 1937 

Anderson, Edith C Miami March 6, 1937 

Anderson, E. J -Palm Beach December 27, 1937 

Anderson, G. O DeLand June 9, 1938 

Anderson, H. Merle ....Miami September 24, 1937 

Anderson, J. A Miami October 19, 1938 

Anderson, J. G Monticello March 4, 1937 

Anderson, J. H Miami July 16, 1938 

Anderson, Katherine 

McKinney Miami October 29, 1938 

Anderson, L. B Winter Haven September 4, 1937 

Anderson, M. L St. Petersburg April 9, 1937 

Anderson, P. E., Jr West Palm Beach March 2, 1938 

Anderson, R. M Plant City September 13, 1937 

Anderson, Thomas H. ..Miami March 4, 1937 

Anderson, Vivian Fort Lauderdale March 4, 1938 

Anderson, Vivien B Miami June 20, 1938 

Anderson, W. H Tampa January 9, 1937 

Anderson, W. O Apalachicola March 5, 1937 

Andrae, George W. R. ..Coconut Grove March 27, 1937 

Andrews, Delta Mae ....Miami April 30, 1937 

Andrews, J. S Bonifay May 5, 1937 

Andrews, W. H. Jr Miami December 19, 1938 

Andrus, John E., Ill ....Daytona Beach March 26, 1937 

Anschuetz, Walter F St. Petersburg September 10, 1937 

Anthony, Carl H West Palm Beach March 31, 1938 

Anthony, Rebecca Ocala April 16, 1937 

Applebee, Marjorie St. Petersburg October 8, 1937 

Appelberg, A. G Panama City December 7, 1937 

Appleget, Inez Miami October 13, 1938 



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Arant, Muriel E Miami April 8 

Arbona, M Pensacola August 4 

Archibald, B. Long- 
mire Sarasota April 27 

Archibald, Elizabeth ....Sarasota December 1 

Archibald, H. M., Jr Jacksonville April 23 

Archibald, J. M Center Hill November 26 

Archibald, Katharine ....Daytona Beach February' 1 

Archibald, Norman G. . Jacksonville January 7 

Armstrong, Elizabeth 

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Armstrong, Foye Lou- 
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Armstrong, J. R Quincy April 18 

Armstrong, Katherine . Tampa March 7 

Armstrong, Lavern G., 

Jr Jacksonville February 25 

Arnest, J. Douglas Sarasota December 21 

Arnett, G. M Jacksonville July 9 

Arnette, Catherine Miami May 6, 

Arnold, Carrie F Pensacola February 16 

Arnold, C. E Arcadia February 17 

, Arnold, E. E St. Petersburg November 7 

Arnold, Evelyn Jacksonville February 1 

V^Arnold, F. S Opa-Locka July 19 

Arrington, Gertrude Gainesville June 9 

Arrington, T. M Tavares June 11 

Ashby, Edythe B Sarasota September 13 

Ashmore, Louise C Tallahassee August 4 

Ashmore, Mary Eustis December 10 

Ashton, Maurice W New Smyrna Beach July 9 

Astin, E. D Tampa February 7 

Ates, Tunie Milton July 26 

Atkins, A. C Jacksonville ., April 28 

Atkins, Bertha J Blountstown February 7 



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Atkins, Eulah F Miami Beach April 9 



Atkins, Mabel Ruth Miami April 2, 1937 

Atkinson, Alfred O Umatilla March 21, 1938 

Atkinson, Thomas H, ..Tampa February 23, 1937 

Attwood, T. E Miami May 28, 1938 

Atwell, I. G West Palm Beach ....December 18, 1938 

Atwell, W. P Branford July 3, 1937 

Atwood, F. E Miami May 22, 1938 

Austin, Elizabeth Miami Beach January 14, 1937 

Austin, M. C Tampa July 31, 1937 

Austin, R. Q Tampa May 6, 1937 

Auvil, Jessie Dade City March 9, 1938 

Averitt, Doris Jacksonville January 30, 1937 

Averitt, Helen Jacksonville March 15, 1937 

Avil, E. May North Miami November 22, 1938 

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Backus, Geo. J Stuart November 10 

Bacon, E. J Sarasota March 11 

Badgley, D. B Jacksonville March 12 

Baggett, L. E Bowling Green March 7 

Baggott, F. H Panama City March 21 

Bailey, A. R. Ocala December 1 

Bailey, E. C Miami February 19 

Bailey, Frank P Sanibel March 23 

Bailey, H. F. Jr Lakeland January 21 

Bailey, Harry H Miami April 9 

Bailey, Louise S Jacksonville August 21 

Bailey, M. D. Jr Orlando October 22 

Bailey, Ruby I Pahokee December 1 

Bailey, Ruth Clermont November 4 

Baines, Lucile M Jacksonville April 10 



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Baker, Alec Miami December 6 

Baker, Chas. D Clermont May 14 

Baker, E. Joy Sarasota December 9 

Baker, Glenn Elton Miami February 12 

Baker, Helen Miami November 25 

Baker, J. L Miami May 2 

Baker, J. Edwin Umatilla August 4 

Baker, John G Orlando November 29 

Baker, John Thomas ..-Elfers November 14 

Baker, Joseph Pensacola July 17 

Baker, Lee L Clearwater August 23 

Baker, M. L St. Petersburg November 3 

Baker, W. L Tallahassee August 22 

Balis, E. C Bradenton March 17 

Ball, Bess DeLand October 10 

Ball, M. B Jacksonville September 15 

Ball, Raymond M Sanford April 10 

Ballou, Fred V Tallahassee January 23 

Bamberger, Z. E West Palm Beach June 18 

Bandy, C. L Kissimmee October 10 

Banning, Forrest D Pahokee August 31 

Barber, Elizabeth Palmetto January 13 

Barber, Raleigh T Tampa July 23 

Barber, Ruth Palmetto July 11 

Barbrey, J. O Pensacola November 1 

Barcellona, Emily Tampa August 23 

Barco, M. O Tallahassee July 10 

Bardin, Karl Jacksonville July 25 

Bardin, Rachel Live Oak July 7 

Barfield, Mabel Tampa March 16 

Barker, Margaret Miami Beach April 2 

Barker, Richard D Jacksonville September 10 

Barker, Roger A Orlando March 24 

Barnes, Georgia Ocala March 12 

Barnes, Mable Gainesville February 5 



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Barnes, Marion Miami May 17 

Barnes, Nellie H Coral Gables January 11 

Barnes, Otis E St. Augustine January 14 

Barney, Charles E Miami .— March 11 

Barnhart, Mary H Daytona Beach July 13 

Barnum, N. B Orlando October 28 

Barrineau, Flossie Pensacola October 30 

Barrow, George W Crestview February 12 

Barthle, J. A San Antonio February 8 

Bartlett, Chester Miami December 17 

Bartlett, Effie Miami November 29 

Bartlett, James E Gainesville August 11 

Bartlett, Ollie H Tampa September 8 

Bartlett, R. L Tampa April 7 

Barton, Thomas B Jacksonville June 6 

Barwick, Mabel C Ft. Lauderdale March 4 

Baseman, Roy T Miami June 18 

Bass, Lena Godbey Lake Wales October 13 

Batchelor, Helen L St. Petersburg July 30 

Batdorf, Louella Jacksonville December 22 

Batterton, B Winter Haven December 27 

Battle, Ben Miami Beach March 4 

Battle, J. E Sarasota December 20 

Battle, W. R Eustis November 8 

Baucom, Allie M Miami May 29 

Baughman, Carl Tampa October 17 

Baumgardner, C. V Miami December 8 

Baxley, Carey Inverness April 8 

Baxter, Mildred E Ocala April 9 

Baya, J. F Tampa April 14 

Baynard, Robert S St. Petersburg August 21 

Beach, Irene Tampa November 22 

Beall, B Ft. Myers August 31 

Beall, Philip D Pensacola May 25 

Beall, Philip D., Jr Pensacola June 24 



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Beard, J. A Baldwin January 3 

Bearrow, Leon E Jacksonville November 9 

Beasley, Clifford C Gainesville June 8 

Beasley, Cora Lee Orlando July 6 

Beasley, J. P Tampa August 13 

Beatty, Hazel Tampa July 12 

Beavers, John W Miami September 16 

Bebout, Glenn H Miami October 7 

Becker, Gladys H Coconut Grove June 13 

Beckett, Emily M Orlando November 10, 

Bedford, Aileen Lakeland June 5 

Bedgood, J. R Bartow May 25 

Bedingfield, Beula M. ..Tampa May 17 

Bee, Sophie Miami Beach November 4, 

Behl, Howard Daytona Beach October 8 

Belcher, Alvah C St. Petersburg August 19 

Belk, Ona M Miami May 7 

Bell, Alice Miami December 27 

Bell, E. W Tampa March 29 

Bell, Jeanne Miami August 20 

Bell, Joseph Steinhatchee July 21 

Bell, L Palmetto June 16 

Bell, N. A Tampa August 29 

Bell, Randall R Pensacola April 13 

Bellah, Billie Miami April 23 

Bellamy, Donald L Miami Beach November 7 

Benatre, R. F Jacksonville August 19 

Bennett, A. E Interlachen April 13 

Bennett, Charles E Jacksonville September 19, 

Bennett, Eugene S St. Petersburg December 10 

Bennett, Gardner Tampa January 18 

Bennett, Mary Bartow August 22 

Bennett, Russell W Jacksonville February 13 

Bennett, Salie B Pensacola July 11 

Bennett, Thos. B St. Augustine August 23 



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Benson, Beth Tampa August 15 

Benson, Lillian Orlando June 25 

Bentley, Ed R Lakeland July 28 

Benton, Evelyn A Miami November 19 

Benton, J. C St. Augustine April 15 

Beovich, D. F Pensacola August 2 

Berg, Norma Miami April 9 

Berge, Madge Tampa September 15 

Berger, L. L Tampa May 19 

Berner, Margaret L Miami February 18 

Berriman, J. M Sebring February 25 

Berry, Lulline Bushnell January 7 

Besnard, A. C St. Petersburg March 19 

Bess, Kenneth B Miami February 10 

Best, Dorothy Gainesville November 10 

Bethea, Theodore W Orlando May 7 

Bethell, E. L Miami March 24 

Betterley, Vina M Miami Springs December 1 

Bettes, James J Orlando January 17 

Betts, A. S Miami February 1 

Betts, Dorothy E Miami July 29 

Betts, Sam L Jacksonville March 11 

Beugnet, W. L Fernandina October 16 

Bevis, Gordon R Tampa June 27 

Bevis, Lonnie, Jr Tampa March 26 

Beyer, Hilda West Palm Beach June 18 

Beyerle, Arthur F Daytona Beach February 9 

Bickley, Charles E Jacksonville November 17 

Bickner, George N Tampa November 9 

Biebighauser, E. E Pensacola January 29 

Bigelow, Annie Tampa April 5 

Bigelow, R. C Ocoee November 17 

Biggs, Effie P Jacksonville October 8 

Bigham, J. E _ Tampa April 6 

Bighams, H. W Lakeland Mav 10 



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Bill, H. E Ocala April 12, 1937 

Billings, Mary C Lowell Alarch 23, 1937 

Billman, Florence St. Petersburg January 18, 1937 

Bills, G. C Sarasota May 26, 1938 

Bills, J. C, Jr West Palm Beach August 10, 1938 

Bilsbrough, Charlotte ....Miami November 14, 1938 

Binford, W. K Jacksonville September 9, 1937 

Binkley, A. C Pensacola September 20, 1938 

Bishop, Henry W Eustis February 6, 1938 

Bishop, M. B Eustis January 9, 1938 

Bitantus, Anna V Jacksonville February 3, 1938 

Bize, John L Tampa December 13, 1937 

Black, Arthur P St. Petersburg October 22, 1938 

Black, David L Daytona Beach March 19, 1938 

Black, Henry Tolbert ... Lake City May 5, 1937 

Black, N. B Miami October 1, 1938 

Blackard, J. T Miami December 11, 1937 

Blackstock, M. L Winter Garden August 2, 1937 

Blackwell, H. E Miami January 23, 1937 

Blaine, W. E Jacksonville Beach August 2, 1937 

Blake, W. E Daytona Beach July 12, 1938 

Blanchard, Florence ....Ft. Lauderdale October 28, 1938 

Blanchard, M. L St. Petersburg April 9, 1938 

Bland, W. A Ft. Lauderdale April 15, 1938 

Blandford, F. W West Palm Beach ....December 18, 1937 

Blankner, Mary H Orlando March 9, 1938 

Blanton, Franklin W. .St. Petersburg April 9, 1937 

Blanton, Herbert M Clearwater June 4, 1937 

Blanton, L. W Perry April 16, 1937 

Blatt, Arthur Miami April 23, 1937 

Blinn, Ray S New Smyrna March 10, 1937 

Bliss, William M Jacksonville April 17, 1937 

Blount, W. C Jacksonville August 11, 1937 

Blount, William F Pensacola April 3, 1937 

Blow, Hiram Pensacola March 22, 1938 



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NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Blumin, Harry Miami April 20 

Blunker, Estelle E Miami Beach October 21 

Bochardt, Bernie Tampa May 19 

Bogert, W. A St. Petersburg November 19 

Bogue, Lincoln C St. Petersburg March 18 

Bogue, Maxwell A Palatka December 11 

Bogue, \\^illiam Doug- 
las Tampa August 6 

Bohannan, Parrie D Tampa April 30 

Bohon, R. L Jacksonville January 18 

Boisvert, Rolland Lakeland November 16 

Bolden, C. H Jacksonville January 8 

Bolden, M. C Bonifay January 5 

Bolger, C. L Miami February 24 

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Bollenbacher, Helen Miami July 26 

Bonfield, Emily E Tampa March 8 

Bonner, B. W Palatka May 18 

Bonner, Dorothy S Coral Gables April 30 

Bonsike, Hester W Jacksonville November 22 

Bookout, Nora E Orlando June 24 

Boone, Clyde T Tampa September 15 

Boote, Evelyn Jacksonville November 26 

Booth, Charles E Daytona Beach January 6 

Booth, Florence Miami February 17 

Boothe, Dorothy M Tampa February 8 

Bordas, Mildred M Miami July 15 

Boren, George R Miami September 17 

Borum, N. E Jacksonville July 28 

Botto, Peter Ybor City August 16 

Bouis, A. Oleita Clearwater September 23 

Bourne, James D St. Petersburg February 4 

Bouton, F. P St. Petersburg September 25 

Bouvier, John A., Jr St. Petersburg August 6 



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Bowden, Beryl Clewiston March 12, 1937 

Bowen, Dorothy West Palm Beach August 18, 1938 

Bowen, Evelyn Tallahassee November 8, 1937 

Bowen, Frank P Jacksonville Jujiy 12, 1937 

Bowen, J. T., Jr Chipley June 19, 1937 

Bowen, John Fort Myers December 21, 1938 

Bowers, H. D Naranja June 14, 1937 

Bowers, Robert C Jacksonville September 16, 1937 

Bowersox, William 

Crowell Pensacola August 13, 1938 

Bowles, L. T Jacksonville August 9, 1937 

Bowman, Luella West Palm Beach March 2, 1937 

Bowman, R. W Miami March 11, 1937 

Boyd, Martha Tampa October 11, 1937 

Boyd, W. P., Mrs Gainesville April 22, 1937 

Boyer, Helen Miami June 23, 1938 

Boyer, Helen K St. Petersburg February 21, 1938 

Boykin, Hal River Junction August 4, 1937 

Boykin, J. C Sneads August 16, 1937 

Boyle, Lloyd F Sanford March 4, 1937 

Boyle, Margaret J Tampa June 4, 1938 

Boylston, Dorothy G Sarasota February 17, 1937 

Boynton, Agnes Tampa February 22, 1938 

Bozarth, R. E Orlando April 29, 1937 

Bozeman, Annie Leesburg January 7, 1937 

Bracken, L. R Ocala February 17, 1937 

Bradford, D. D Tampa September 1, 1937 

Bradham, Trixie L West Palm Beach April 28, 1938 

Bradley, F. E St. Augustine April 15, 1937 

Bradley, Tennie Lee ....Bradenton March 4, 1937 

Brady, Anne B Miami Beach April 4, 1938 

Bragaw, Jas. N Jacksonville March 11, 1937 

Bragg, Bonnie M Pensacola October 4, 1938 

Brammer, Doris L Miami September 2, 1938 

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Brandon, Frank L Tampa February 8 

Brandon, I. M Brandon May 11 

Brandon, Rachel West Palm Beach June 15 

Brannack, Geo. P Ormond September 11 

Brannen, H. S Miami February 8 

Brannon, Ivan I Miami July 14 

Brantley, Estelle Tampa August 22 

Brass, Dorothy Orlando December 20, 

Brass, Louise Daytona Beach May 1 

Braswell, Doris Miami January 8 

Braswell, Lois Umatilla February 11 

Braun, Dorothea M Jacksonville April 4 

Breare, Rubye Mayo September 22 

Brennan, F. D Jacksonville May 2 

Brennan, William E Tampa March 2 

Brent, R. C, Jr Brooksville March 16 

Brewer, R. A Jacksonville August 26 

Brewton, Monroe Pensacola July 10 

Brickman, Mrs. A. B Miami December 3 

Bridgeland, Susan M. ..St. Petersburg July 9 

Bridges, Frances Eve- 
lyn Miami February 12 

Bridges, Miriam Ocala January 8 

Bridwell, W. H Miami February 11 

Briggs, John C Pensacola March 4 

Briggs, Willis A Miami December 28 

Brill, Dorothy B Miami December 9 

Brimm, Beulah G Miami May 13 

Briney, P. R Miami March 27 

Brink, Chas. K Tampa October 19 

Brinson, Albert C., Jr. . Orlando ^ March 9 

Brinson, Helen L Miami November 19 

Brock, Chas. S St. Petersburg December 27 

Brockett, Robert Pensacola February 24 



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Brodie, Robert .— Tampa August 13 

Brooke, Ethel M Sarasota March 24 

Brooks, Austin Orlando January 21 

Brooks, Inez Bradenton December 22 

Brooks, Mrs. Janet Pensacola September 8 

Brotman, Milford Miami Beach May 14 

Brouillet, C. E Orlando June 10 



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Arthur E Jacksonville October 

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C. J Pensacola January 20 

C. J., Jr Pensacola June 10 

Dan Pensacola May 25 

Emma Lou St. Petersburg July 12 

Eva E Miami May 2 

Grace M DeLand July 8 

H. C - Jacksonville December 15 

H. C Palatka February 5 

Helen T ...Miami Beach November 26 

Ida Estelle Tampa April 

Inetta W Jacksonville March 2 

J. A Sanford May 16 

J. T Miami March 11 

Jean Miami November 14 

John C Clearwater February 9 

Marcus H Jacksonville March 

Mexia Miami October 

Nell M Clearwater November 

Peyton M Jacksonville June 2 

Ruby Herdti ....Stuart October 22 

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Browne, Elrine Apalachicola February 5, 1937 

Browning, Beatrice Bradenton April 9, 1937 

Bruce, Bessie Tallahassee December 19, 1937 

Bruer, E. E Jacksonville January 29, 1938 

Brunner, Beatrice Mami March 18, 1938 

Brunner, C. E Miami February 17, 1938 

Brunson, Frank S Jacksonville May 27, 1937 

Brush, Betty Miami February 22, 1938 

Bruton, Quintilla Plant City April 5, 1938 

Bryan, H. H Bowling Green February 8, 1938 

Bryan, J. H Jacksonville August 9, 1937 

Bryan, S. M Leesburg April 14, 1938 

Bryant, Ernest L Jacksonville June 15, 1938 

Bryant, J, E South Jacksonville August 9, 1938 

Bryant, Louise Ocala September 21, 1938 

Bryant, N. C St. Petersburg July 10, 1937 

Bryson, Mabel H Miami September 11, 1937 

Bryson, J, W Live Oak February 4, 1938 

Buell, Verne V Miami December 8, 1938 

Buchanan, Esther Daytona Beach May 9, 1938 

Buchannan, F. C Lake Wales January 30, 1937 

Buchanan, F. J St. Augustine April 2, 1938 

Buck, Helen Howey-in-rtie-Hills ....August 18, 1937 

Buckles, J. W Palatka January 8, 1937 

Bucks, H. W Miami August 5, 1938 

Buda, Amy Miami June 19, 1937 

Buford, Mrs. Irma Starke February 3, 1937 

Bull, David M LaBelie July 10, 1937 

Bull, H. B Dunedin April 10, 1937 

Bullock, Ralph G Miami October 13, 1938 

Bullard, W. J Jacksonville September 14, 1937 

Burch, Frank P DeSoto City July 25, 1938 

Burch, J. F Miami Beach September 20, 1938 

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Burger, Louis G Vero Beach March 5 

Burgess, ElHs Drifton December 21 

Burgess, H. A West Palm Beach ....February 17 

Burgess, Laverene M. ..Tarpon Springs April 29 

Burgess, Myrtie B Fernandina March 11 

Burgoyne, Lucille Pensacola August 17 

Burgust, F. L Apopka October 11 

Burkhart, Florence Lakeland October 4 

Burks, Elizabeth Orlando April 7 

Burleigh, E. E Daytona Beach February 14 

Burner, Charles L. C. ..Hilliard September 17 

Burns, Edith A Miami November 17 

Burns, Coralie S Jacksonville May 9 

Burns, Harry H Jacksonville September 28 

Burns, W. Nat Miami October 1 

Burnsed, B. R Macclenny May 3 

Burr, Alice S Tallahassee August 13 

Burress, A. E Miami October 26 

Burress, Agnes M Tampa August 25 

Burtscher, Alma Tallahassee December 23 

Busby, Colleen B Orlando February 19 

Bush, Laverne Miami February 19 

Bush, Angus Merle Jacksonville June 29 

Bush, Joe R Jacksonville December 20 

Buss, Stanley V Vero Beach April 9 

Bussey, Faye G Tampa January 18 

Bussey, J. W DeLand August 9 

Butler, B. C L.Delray Beach July 22 

Butler, E. D Chipley June 3 

Butler, Elizabeth R Miami February 4 

Butler, Gordon T Fernandina December 9 

Butler, J. H Leesburg March 8 

Buttram, J. Henry Bradenton December 1 

Buttrey, Elizabeth Miami ....u July 8 

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Byington, John S Daytona Beach November 6, 1937 

Byrd, C. A Seville April 2, 1938 

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Cacciatore, Mary G Tampa October 9 

Cade, William R Lakeland October 11 

Cadman, George Miami October 21 

Cady, Beatrice Jacksonville January 6 

Cairns, E. H Pensacola April 24 

Cahill, G. N Jacksonville August 13 

Cahoon, S. Wayne Jacksonville March 10 

Caldwell, J Jacksonville November 14 

Caldwell, Manley P West Palm Beach March 17 

Cale, Dora Key West August 16 

Calkins, Frank Y Lake Helen April 26 

Calkins, Ruth E St. Petersburg September 27 

Callahan, G. G West Palm Beach March 31 

Callan, A Clearwater March 7 

Callaway, C. B Orlando March 15 

Callaway, I. M Miami May 

Callaway, R. L West Palm Beach August 18 

Callen, Anne Hobe Sound December 13 

Callihan, R. M Foley August 3 

Cambra, Carlo Orlando September 9 

Cameron, David B Miami December 11 

Cameron, Irene M St. Petersburg May 8 

Cameron, W. Robert ....Ft. Lauderdale September 11 

Camp, B. T Bradenton October 13 

Camp, Jno. C White Springs February 10; 

Campbell, A. E Miami January 28 

Campbell, C. L Crestview December 7 

Campbell, Charles I Tampa October 25 

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NOTARIES FUBLIC— (Continued) 

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Campbell, H. L Bradenton February 17, 1938 

Campbell, Hazel DeFuniak Springs August 12, 1937 

Campbell, Joe Tallahassee April 11, 1938 

Campbell, L. L., Jr Bradenton October 10, 1937 

Campbell, L. Troy Jacksonville August 23, 1937 

Campbell, Lloyd Cocoa August 21, 1938 

Cannon, Aloysius 

Thomas West Palm Beach April 14, 1938 

Cannon, E. Finley Gainesville August 11, 1937 

Cannon, Christine Tampa September 10, 1937 

Cannon, Kitty L Jacksonville August 4, 1937 

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lard Miami April 16, 1937 

Caraballo, Martin Tampa April 13, 1937 

Carey, Aleen Evans St. Augustine July 24, 1937 

Carey, Jane Jacksonville June 20, 1938 

Carlisle, Lawrence Bartow April 9, 1938 

Carlton, Blanche Jacksonville August 12, 1938 

Carlton, C. J Ocala September 14, 1938 

Carlton, Maurice B Arcadia November 5, 1938 

Carlton, Smiley Jacksonville March 30, 1938 

Carlton, Vassar B Cocoa July 21, 1937 

Carlton, W. H Ocala April 16, 1938 

Carman, S. W Quincy August 9, 1937 

Carmichael, B. M Miami February 24, 1938 

Carmichael, E Chipley December 27, 1938 

Carmichael, Parks M. ..Gainesville May 30, 1938 

Carn, Baxter Citra July 14, 1937 

Caro, Eagan Pensacola November 28, 1938 

Carpenter, A. F Tampa February 15, 1937 

Carpenter, C. W iBartow May 30, 1938 

Carpenter, Carolyn Tampa March 17, 1937 

Carpenter, F. E Naples February 11, 1938 

Carpenter, Robt. R Sneads November 1, 1937 

Carr, George S St. Petersburg May 18, 1938 



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Carr, Owen L Miami June 7, 1937 

Carr, Robert S Orlando March 20, 1938 

Carrera, Frank, Jr Tampa September 23, 1938 

Carrier, Gertrude Miami April 29, 1938 

Carroll, Dixie Monticello November 5, 1937 

Carroll, Floyd L Jacksonville November 26, 1937 

Carroll, R. G St. Petersbm-g December 26, 1938 

Carswell, R. W Daytona Beach December 26, 1938 

Carswell, S. T Jacksonville March 18, 1937 

Carswell, Verdie C Jacksonville November 14, 1937 

Carten, Lucile Trice ....Tampa August 16, 1937 

Carter, E. E Miami September 25, 1937 

Carter, Etta D Orlando December 15, 1938 

Carter, Graham Chiefland March 8, 1937 

Carter, Ira J Newberry January 8, 1937 

Carter, Jim H Hollywood October 24, 1938 

Carter, Joe Tampa March 21, 1938 

Carter, Leon A Pensacola April 2, 1938 

Carter, Mertie C Miami March 7, 1938 

Carter, R. R St. Petersburg July 3, 1937 

Carter, Thomas R. L. ..Port. St. Joe April 8, 1937 

Carver, George Live Oak March 3, 1937 

Casey, L. O Miami October 30, 1937 

Casler, E. T Nichols November 8, 1937 

Caster, George B Coral Gables Marqfli 5, 1937 

Castillo, Ernest, Jr Tampa February 7, 1938 

Cato, T. C Orlando May 10, 1938 

Gates, Franklin St. Petersburg December 27, 1937 

Cathrae, M. M Eustis December 16, 1937 

Catlett, Alese M Tampa October 5, 1937 

Catoe, W. Boyd Miami February 6, 1937 

Caughman, Margaret ....Ocala May 24, 1937 

Cavanaugh, Stewart 

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Cavenaugh, Ruth K Tampa February 26, 1938 



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Cayot, U. S Ft. Lauderdale January 4 

Ceijas, Ernest Tampa December 1 

Celayeta, Hortense A. ..Tampa April 12 

Center, J. L., Jr St. Augustine March 

Chace, Beatrice T Jacksonville October 21 

Chaires, E. E Tampa May 17 

Chaires, M. F Miami November 20 

Chamberlain, R. F Pahokee October 5, 

Chambers, Alice Tallahassee February 10 

Chambers, R. E Florence Villa January 19 

Champ, R. S Mt. Dora July 15 

Chancey, C. Gus Panama City July 10 

Chandler, Rebecca W. ..Ft. Pierce August 27 

Chapleau, F. A Miami December 10 

Chapman, B. L Tampa October 5 

Chapman, Cortez ..Miami May 30 

Chapman, Julia K Orlando May 9 

Chapman, Max H Ft. Lauderdale November 5 

Chapman, R. H ...Lake City February 6 

Chapman, Velna St. Petersburg November 10 

Chapman, Willie A Orlando August 27 

Chappell, Ruth Miami February 10 

Chase, Raymond A Jacksonville March 4 

Chassner, Dorothy Miami Beach November 7 

Chatham, L. M Miami November 25 

Chauncey, Edwina M. ..St. Petersburg June 28 

Cheaney, N. B Ft. Lauderdale — June 23 

Cheatham, Lawson A. ..Miami June 14 

Cheek, Henry H Orlando October 10 

Cheely, Carrie ..Bronson May 7 

Cheshire, Allene Jacksonville January 9 

Chesser, Clara Green Cove Springs ..February 10 

Chester, Evelyn Quincy May 17 

Chester, Louise Miami October 15 

Childs, Sallie B St. Petersburg July 9 



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China, B. R Jacksonville May 13, 1938 

Chisholm, V. A Jacksonville December 18, 1937 

Chrisman, D. D Daytona Beach February 23, 1938 

Christe, A West Palm Beach March 11, 1937 

Christiansen, L. D .Jacksonville March 20, 1937 

Christmas, Walter C Jacksonville July 3, 1937 

Christner, Winifred ....Lakeland November 10, 1937 

Christy, Lucile M Macclenny February 9, 1938 

Chubb, Harry C St. Petersburg May 24, 1938 

Churchwell, J. E Panama City September 9, 1937 

Clanton, Mary A Miami November 21, 1938 

Clark, A. D. .."! Lake Worth April 6, 1937 

Clark, Audrey W Jacksonville February 25, 1938 

Clark, Catharine Clara .Miami March 4, 1938 

Clark, H. A West Palm Beach April 14, 1937 

Clark, Herbert L Orlando January 11, 1937 

Clark, I. L St. Augustine December 17, 1938 

Clark, Mattie G Tallahassee December 10, 1937 

Clark, Ned E Jacksonville August 13, 1938 

Clark, R. B Tampa December 17, 1938 

Clark, R. W Tarpon Springs April 9, 1938 

Clark, Roberta Tallahassee September 21, 1938 

Clark, Ruth Alberta ....Miami Beach October 16, 1937 

Clark, S. E Tampa September 10, 1937 

Clark, Sarah E St. Petersburg January 28, 1938 

Clark, Sidney L.*. Jacksonville A^ay 18, 1938 

Clarke, Wesley 

Thomas South Miami February 1, 1937 

Clary, Alton E Crestview March 25, 1937 

Clavel, E. S Wauchula April 4, 1938 

Clayton, E. A Gainesville May 23, 1938 

Clayton, E. E Ocala May 29, 1937 

Clayton, Ella L Miami April 23, 1937 

Cleare, Allan B.. Jr Key West September 20, 1937 

Cleare, Letitia R Miami March 11, 1937 



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NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Clemens, La Verne 

(Miss) Tampa March 26 

Cleveland, A. L Fort Meade August 13 

Click, J. S Ft. Myers August 21 

Clifton, J. M Palm Beach January 13 

Cline, Dollie Sebring April 27 

Clonts, Grace Stuart March 16 

Cloud, Alice Belle St. Petersburg October 15 

Cloud, F. E Winter Garden July 11 

Cloyes, W. G Miami February 4 

Clubbs, Elbert A Pensacola April 1 

Clutz, C. A Fort Myers September 26 

Coate, Agnes L Winter Park July 10 

Cobb, A. C, Jr Ocala January 8 

Cobb, H. H. ' Jay March 16 

Cobb, T. J Pensacola June 6 

Cobb, William M Daytona Beach May 25 

Coburn, F. A West Palm Beach July 29 

Coburn, Mary F Interlachen August 15 

Cochrane, J. P West Palm Beach January 14, 

Cocks, Henry J Jacksonville January 13 

Cocroft, Nell Jacksonville January 6, 

Coe, John M ..Pensacola April 15 

Coe, Mildred R Sarasota June 23 

Coffee, Dophine H Miami November 10 

Coffield, Lillian P Orlando June 12 

Coffin, Earl F Miami May 19 

Coggin, B. N Jacksonville September 28 

Cohen, A. M Miami November 18 

Cohen, Frances Miami October 25 

Cohen, Gertrude Jacksonvjille Ffebruary 26 

Coker, A. B Wauchula August 10 

Coker, Gladys Wauchula March 30 

Coker, W. B., Jr Jacksonville June 7 

Colbert, Mabel W Miami February 11 



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Colbert, Myrtice Ocala August 13 

Colding, Curtis Plant City August 24 

Cole, B. D., Jr West Palm Beach ....December 20 

Cole, Harry O., Jr Leesburg August 17 

Cole, J. L Miami December 17 

Cole, Russell A Miami ....February 26 

Coleman, M Tampa December 20 

Coleman, Mary Bonifay September 7 

Coles, A. Pickens Tampa July 2 

Collier, Ida Miami Beach July 30 

Collier, Leon F Jacksonville June 26 

Collins, Beryl W Tallahassee May 28 

Collins, Jerry Sarasota February 11 

Collins, M. A Jacksonville March 3 

Collins, M. M Miam; April 24 

Collins, M. W .St. Petersburg February 19 

Collins, R. E Bartow October 3 

Collins, S. C Tampa September 27 

Collins, Vera B Wewahitchka November 8 

Collins, W. K Tallahassee December 20 

Collins, \\'. L West Palm Beach ....November 26 

Collum, A. F Sanford June 15 

Colman, Miles G St. Petersburg November 19 

Colson, W. H Jacksonville January 11 

Combee, Murnah Tampa April 13 

Comer. Betty C Lake Wales January 11 

Commander, J. M Westville April 19 

Comeford. Isabel West Palm Beach January 26 

Conde, Frances Miami January 28 

Condict, H. V Orlando November 23 

Conklin, William P Daytona Beach June 20 

Conkling, Homer C Titusville February 6 

Connally, R. P Tampa September 19 

Conner, James C Tampa February 7 

Conroy, Francis P Jacksonville September 2 

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NOTARIES FUBLlC—iConlinucd) 

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Conway, Claude L Palatka December 1 

Conway, J. Paul Titusville January 23 

Cook, Audrey Miami January 7 

Cook, Elizabeth ..Ocala September 13 

Cook, John B. .West Palm Beach April 19 

Cook, Robt. L Milton March 12 

Cook, Telwyn Bunnell December 20 

Cook, W. E West Palm Beach October 6 

Cooke, Dorothy M Pensacola May 16 

Cooke, Nellie S Tampa April 14 

Cooksey, Annie M St. Petersburg June 3 

Cooley, C. E Lynn Haven February 14 

Coomes, Annette Jacksonville September 2 

Cooney, L. J St. Augustine May 27 

Cooper, Eleanor M ..Miami April 22 

Cooper, Evelyn Miami November 4 

Cooper, Geraldine H. ..Bradenton August 25 

Cooper, Herbert T Bradenton April 15 

Cooper, Ruth L Tampa September 5 

Copley, Hilda O Miami April 12 

Copple, Jack H Jacksonville December 10 

Cordell, J. W St. Petersburg December 5 

Costello, Ralph M Miami December 26 

Cotton, Bonnie Miami December 29 

Couch, Ruby Gaines^^ille Noven^ber 8 

Couchman, G. Henry, 

Jr South Jacksonville .....April 30 

Coulson, Winifred Miami January 20 

Courtney, W. H Daytona Beach November 18 

Couse, J. M Moore Haven April 14. 

Covey, R. C Jacksonville February 12 

Covington, John R Jacksonville June 16 

Covode. Minnie B Tampa February 5 

Cowart, Anne Miami January 14 

Cowart, Louise Clermont July 26 



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Cowles, H. M Miami November 22, 1937 

Cowley, R. V Pensacola January 16, 193/ 

Cowsill, Chas. C Jacksonville February 16, 1937 

Cox, Benj. R Orlando February 1, 1937 

Cox, Carlos A Hialeah November 29, 1937 

Cox, Curtis C Si. Augustine February 11, 1938 

Cox, E. C Panama City April 29, 1937 

Cox, E. Bryan Miami October 10, 1938 

Cox, Elsie Lakeland .-. August 16, 1937 

Cox, Gladys Jacksonville September 1, 1937 

Cox, Mildred West Palm Beach June 18, 1937 

Cox, Norman E Jacksonville March 10, 1937 

Cox, Rebecca Daytona Beach April 20, 1938 

Cox, V. M Montverde November 9, 1938 

Craig, R. W Craig January 11, 1937 

Crandall, C. R West Palm Beach August 3, 1937 

Craw^ford, Esther Ann -St. Petersburg March 23, 1937 

Crawford, Geo. G Tallahassee August 6, 1938 

Crawford, J. A Plant City July 27, 1938 

Crawford, J. M Lake Worth March 31, 1938 

Crawford. M. T Lake City October 7, 1938 

Crawford, R. H Jacksonville December 5, 19J)8 

Crawford, Sally J ...Miami January 22, 1937 

Crawford, Theressa Manatee April 13, 1937 

Crawshaw, Geo. A Miami January 22, 1937 

Cray, D. A Coral Gables October 1, 1938 

Cremata, Jane Delray Beach May 13, 1938 

Crenshaw, ]\IcCarthy ...Jacksonville September 27, 1937 

Crews, Charlene Jacksonville April 18, 1938 

Crews, John B Lake Butler April 21, 1938 

Cribbs, M. M Jacksonville September 7, 1938 

Crim, Fannie Chipley February 7, 1938 

Crim, Harry C Miami February 19, 1937 

Cring, C. K Miami April 30, 1938 

Cringle, Anna M Coral Gables June 25, 1937 



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Crisp, Frank W St. Petersburg March 19, 1938 

Criswell, Geo. L West Palm Beach October 29, 1937 

Critchlow, W. H Haines City March 14, 1938 

Crocker, O. Lamar Trenton September 15, 1937 

Croley, J. G Miami July 15, 1938 

Crom, Frank R Tampa June 7, 1937 

Cromer. Fannie E Jacksonville August 21, 1938 

Crooke, J. J Pensacola March 5, 1938 

Grooms, G. V Jacksonville January 16, 1937 

Crosby, J. A Tampa June 2, 1938 

Crosby, Robt. G Yukon March 15, 1938 

Crosby, Ruth Jacksonville February 17, 1937 

Grossman, Patricia Jacksonville June 29, 1938 

Crouch, S. H Miami February 1, 1937 

Crow, Francis B Tampa June 8, 1937 

Crow, Lon Worth, Jr. ..Miami May 18, 1938 

Crowder, P. A Plant City November 21, 1938 

Crowe, Marion Tampa June 11, 1938 

Crowell, Frederick C Orlando xA.pril 22, 1937 

Crozon, Ernest John ....Gasparilla November 3, 1938 

Cruikshank, L. A ....Jacksonville May 6, 1937 

Crumpton, Elva L Ocala April 23, 1937 

Crumpton, J. E Tampa April 5, 1937 

Crutchfield, A. J Graceville December 26, 1938 

Crutchfield, Marion Miami December 13, 1937 

Culbertson, H. H Miami October 9, 1938 

Culbertson, Julia .Miami January 22, 1937 

Culbreath, J. K Palatka August 11, 1937 

Culbreth, E. M West Palm Beach ....February 16, 1938 

Culkin, M. I Miami October 22, 1938 

Culler, Ruberta E Bradenton Novemsber 9, 1938 

Cullingford, Marian Miami July 12, 1937 

Cummings, John W Bradenton July 11, 1938 

Cunio, H. E Miami May 1, 1937 

Cunio. R. E Miami July 19, 1937 



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Cunningham, E Tampa September 27, 1938 

Cunningham, Melburn ..Winter Haven March 6, 1937 

Curry, Cecil C Miami March 19, 1938 

Curry, Clarice Orlando October 20, 1938 

Curry, Elizabeth Clearwater May 12, 1938 

Curry, L. Earl Miami November 26, 1937 

Curry, Leola M Orlando January 11, 1937 

Curry, Thomas B Miami April 16, 1937 

Curtis, C. H Zephyrhills November 10, 1938 

Cusmano, Josephine Tampa December 15, 1938 

Cuyas, Virginia Tampa June 20, 1938 

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Dabney, Frank J Orlando April 8, 1937 

Dabney. Mary E Orlando April 8, 1937 

Dack, Margaret Miami November 10, 1937 

Dahlquist, Wm Ft. Lauderdale March 25. 1937 

Dailey, Vera M Miami Beach August 11, 1938 

Dale, Mrs. L. B Alachua November 13, 1937 

D'Alemberte, J. H., Jr. -Pensacola February 19, 1937 

Dallas, George J Ocala ' September 8, 1938 

Dalton, E. C West Palm Beach, September 19. 1938 

Dalton, Joe W Tampa March 19, 1938 

Dalton, L. N St. Petersburg January 21, 1938 

Dame, John W Bartow February 24, 1937 

Damianos, Jean Stu- 

essy Miami September 2, 1938 

Dana, Alfred Tampa November 21, 1938 

Dane, K. M Miami April 30, 1938 

Daniel, Clarence Hale ..Brooksville January 16, 1937 

Daniel, Fred W., Jr Jacksonville March 26, 1937 

Daniel, Robert E St. Augustine June 3, 1938 

Daniel, Robt. L St. Petersburg May 11, 1938 

Daniel, Thelma Fort Lauderdale December 3, 1938 

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Daniel, W. R Tampa June 28, 1937 

Daniels, D. G Jacksonville July 26, 1938 

Daniels, Frank Tice June 4, 1938 

Daniels, Mabel I Miami September 29, 1938 

Dankert, Don Sheldon Delray Beach December 1. 1938 

Dann, Ida Clearwater October 16, 1937 

Danner, H. S West Palm Beach April 15, 1937 

Dansereau, Louise E. ..St. Petersburg March 5, 1938 

Darby, Chas. H Miami October 15, 1937 

Darcy, Laurette St. Petersburg May 21, 1938 

Dargan, H. G Miami : May 28. 1937 

Daughtrey, Gertrude 

B Ft. Lauderdale .March 31, 1937 

Davenport, Norma Jacksonville Marcjli 10, 1938 

Davenport, A. R Winter Park March 3. 1938 

Davenport, William F. ..St. Petersburg March 6, 1937 

Davey, J. B. Miami September 26. 1938 

Davidson, Fred T Chiefland May 13, 1938 

Davidson, Mamie Jacksonville March 15, 1937 

Davidson, Marion A. ..St. Petersburg October 15. 1937 

Davidson, R. L Cocoa February 21, 1938 

Davies, Forrest E Gainesville November 5, 1937 

Davis, A. G Jacksonville January 1, 1938 

Davis, C Mae Miami Beach November 22, 1937 

Davis, Catherine H Bradenton August 19, 1937 

Davis, D. J Tampa January 12. 1937 

Davis, Dorothy Miami May 31. 1937 

Davis. Dorothy F Miami June 6, 1938 

Davis, Edith S Tampa September 9, 1937 

Davis, Elizabeth Miami December 3, 1937 

Davis, Frank C Fernandina July 19, 1938 

Davis, Gladys Miami March 4. 1938 

Davis, J. C Sanford February 15, 1938 

Davis, Joe W St. Petersburg March 10, 1937 

Davis, John Berry Palatka .- ^.September 19, 1938 



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Davis, L. M Tampa February 1 

Davis, Lalla Auburndale January 10 

Davis, Leo V Bagdad May 3 

Davis, Marline L Bartow January 25 

Davis, O. C Jacksonville July 5 

Davis, McK. J Jacksonville February 2 

Davis, R. M Jacksonville June 20 

Davis, S Miami February 26 

Davis, Tom R Lake City April 9 

Davis, W. L Highland City November 23 

Davis, W. M., Jr Orlando October 24 

Davis, Winifred G Tampa August 9 

Davison, Jessie .Palatka June 10 

Davison, Kathleen Bagdad March 22 

Davock, Harlow P Ft. Lauderdale May 31 

Day, Gertrude B West Palm Beach .—December 11 

Dayton, John H Palm Beach May 31 

De Anguera, F Miami December 1 

Deale, C. M Miami April 22 

Dean, H. Jefferson Miami March 22 

Dean, T. M Tallahassee October 3 

Dean, W. Gordon Sanford August 21 

Deane, Florence Tampa May 16 

DeBedts, H. E Coral Gables August 14 

DeBevoise, T. M Jacksonville July 19 

DeBrovy, L. F Tampa August 16 

DeForest, Alfred T Lakeland February 18 

Dehon, Theodore Stuart February 3 

Dekle, Corella Tallahassee April 11 

Denham, T. B. S Tampa April 23 

DeNise, H. E Miami September 20 

Denman, Paul C Hastings September 28 

Dennis, O. W .Tampa June 7 

Dennis. Tallulah J Orlando January 22 

Dent, L. H West Palm Beach October 11 



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Dent, Marie A Jacksonville July 14, 1937 

Denton, Frank E Miami March 11, 1938 

Denton, R. W Jacksonville November 19, 1938 

Derryberry, Carl M Jacksonville September 16, 1938 

DeTienne, E. E Winter Haven August 10, 1938 

Detwiler, A. E Lake Worth October 29, 1937 

Dewey, Grace L Punta Gorda February 24, 1938 

Dewolf, Carrie M Miami April 16, 1937 

Dewstoe, Catherine Lake City April 8, 1937 

Deyoreo, Lillian Kissimmee October 17, 1938 

Diaz, Gloria Tampa December 31, 1937 

I Diaz, Grace Tampa October 15, 1938 

Diamond, Susan M South Jacksonville ....January 8, 1938 

Dick, Frank J Coconut Grove January 15, 1937 

Dickens, Hyman B Tallahassee February 1, 1937 

Dickey, J. F Ft. Lauderdale September 6, 1938 

Dickey, Julia Y Pensacola February 15, 1938 

Dickinson, Alfred Bonita Springs October 18, 1938 

Dickinson, G. M DeLand February 24, 1937 

Dickson, R. C Warrington —. ., August 26, 1938 

Dilg, Lois F Hollywood August 8, 1938 

Dillard, Sara E Miami June 24, 1938 

Dilly, Milford Avon Park December 9, 1938 

Dimitry, Harold T Pensacola August 10, 1938 

Ditty, D. B Pinellas Park May 13, 1937 

Dixon, A. J Esto April 6, 1937 

Dixon, Geneva S Ft. Lauderdale October 7, 1937 

Dixon, J. P Ft. Pierce August 25, 1937 

Doane, Ada M Jacksonville February 19, 1938 

Dobson, Ada W Dade City May 12, 1958 

Dodson, Floyd E Winter Haven December 11, 1937 

Donahoo, Nellie Pensacola June 17, 1937 

Donaldson, Henry Tampa December 14, 1937 

Donnelly, A. E Daytona Beach October 24, 1938 

Donovan, LeBaron Anna Maria September 7, 1938 



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Donovan, Tyre Frostproof October 26 

Dooley, D. J Miami March 4 

Dooley, F. C Belle Glade September 23 

Dooley, S. P Ft. Lauderdale April 23 

Doolittle, C. V Jacksonville February 16 

Dopson, Walter A Macclenny April 28 

Dorris, G. C Miami April 26 

Dorsey, R. D Miami September 24 

Dorsey, Mary W Jacksonville April 10 

Douberley, Myrtice Lake City October 7 

Dougherty, Frank A LaBelle October 9 

Doughtie, Jules T Panama City February 8 

Douglas, A. M Panama City March 10 

Douglas, Barton T Gainesville April 8 

Douglas, Era A Jacksonville November 10 

Douglas, J. A Chipley April 12 

Douglas, Marion C DeLand May 25 

Douglas, Violet Orlando October 7 

Douglass, Helen Orlando January 7 

Douglass, S. C Ft. Myers February 14 

Dovell, Lois D Orlando August 6 

Dowda, Thos. B Palatka March 10 

Dowdell, T. J Miami April 16 

Dovvling, Frank B Miami September 1 

Dowling, J. B Alliance .'. June 12 

Dowling, Orvis Earle ....DeLand ....'. January 28 

Dowling, Raleigh C Jacksonville October 11 

Dovvling, W. B St. Petersburg April 9 

Dowling, W. H Jacksonville September 2 

Doyle, Ethel M Miami Beach May 7 

Dozier, Lamar B Sarasota November 9 

Dozier, W. P Sarasota April 20 

Drake, E. Harvey Lutz March 27 

Drake, Frank Ocala October 29 

Draper, Patricia M Sarasota February 2 

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Drayton, Elizabeth Jacksonville August 12, 1937 

Drebert, Oliver F Miami Shores November 5, 1937 

Drennan, William Melrose January 11, 1937 

Driggs, Louise Clermont March 23, 1938 

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ton Eustis February 23, 1938 

Drew, E. Harris West Palm Beach ....December 17. 1937 

Drews, Florence E Miami Beach November 13, 1937 

Dron, Louis Tampa August 9, 1937 

Drummond, A. P Tallahassee February 7, 1938 

Drummond, W. A Miami April 2, 1938 

Drymon, Ben J Sarasota April 22, 1937 

Duay, Ruth Miami December 31, 1938 

DuBose, Robbie Jacksonville December 14, 1938 

Duff, John M., Jr Miami Beach February 18, 1938 

Duffy, Gertrude Orlando October 20, 1938 

Dugan, Auldon B St. Petersburg November 19, 1938 

Duggan, H. L Leesburg March 14, 1938 

Dugger, Loyce Macclenny March 5, 1938 

Dulaney, R. W Tampa April 27, 1937 

Dunbar, Rose Lee Raiford October 18, 1938 

Dunbar, W. E Jacksonville December 22, 1938 

Duncan, E. Alexander ..Jacksonville July 19, 1937 

Duncan, Leroy W Miami February 19, 1937 

Dunigan, M. F Miami Beach February 22, 1937 

Dunn, Elizabeth J Tampa March 17, 1937 

Dunn, J. W Fort Pierce January 20, 1938 

Dunn, Morey West Palm Beach July 2. 1938 

Dunn, Paula Gainesville November 21, 1938 

Dunne, I. M Miami May 18, 1938 

Dunphy, May Miami ...June 12, 1937 

Du Pare, Florence Miami September 6, 1938 

Dupree, J. W Tampa September 14. 1937 

Durham, W. R Perry July 7, 1938 

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Durrance, L. B Bartow June 5, 1937 

Dusenbery, May -Miami December 18, 1937 

Dutton, Margaret F Orlando April 8, 1938 

Dwelle, Edward, Jr Jacksonville July 1, 1938 

Dye, John B., Jr Ft. Lauderdale .October 4, 1937 

Dyer, Thomas A Tampa March 5, 1938 

Dyson, Elizabeth H Bradenton October 20, 1938 



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Eason, Agnes I Hialeah December 29 

Eaton, Elsa H Miami May 22 

Eaton, Thelma Duff --West Palm Beach January 16 

Eberle, Louise ...Orlando December 17 

Ebner, Oliver Tampa October 8 

Eby, R. J Miami May 7 

Echols, E. B Miami September 23 

Ecke, Lillie M Miami December 17 

Eckhoff, Anne Vero Beach September 8 

Eckles, H. T Ojus December 8 

Edelman, Helen Miami Beach January 29 

Edelmann, Vera M Miami April 19 

Edenfield, Ruth Lakeland June 12 

Eddy, James W West Palm Beach ...July 1 

Edge, Lula J Niceville ..March 14 

Edmiston, R. C Lakeland May 21 

Edwards, Anne R Miami February 12 

Edwards, Cullen W Mayo October 1 

Edwards, Frances Jacksonville October 10 

Edwards, Isabelle South Jacksonville October 21 

Edwards, Jessie Lee ....Lake Wales February 15 

Edwards, L. G Miami May 7 

Edwards, LeRoy S Miami February 9 

Edwards, Lillian Miami July 30 

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Edwards, M. E. Pensacola February 24 

Edwards, N. C Jacksonville September 1 

Edwards. Roger Fend- 

ley Daytona Beach December 22 

Edwards, Rubye A Thonotosassa March 17 

Effinger, C. L Shamrock August 12 

Eggart, C. W Pensacola July 23 

Eicholz, Chas. E ..Daytona Beach August 23 

Eiselstein, Susie St. Cloud November 22 

Eldridge, T. Fay Tampa ]\Iarch 29 

Ellefson, Inez West Palm Beach January 14 

Ellis, E. P Miami January 23 

Ellis, Edythe Jasper December 6 

Ellis, Evelyn Miami Beach July 11 

Ellis, George Lawson ..-Hialeah November 14 

Ellis, J. J North Miami August 6 

Ellsworth, O. L Miami January 18 

Ellsworth, Walter W. ..Lakeland April 6 

Elsberry. James Roy ....Tampa March 11 

Elston, J. I St. Petersburg August 25 

Elton, John H Jacksonville October 20 

Elvery, D. B Tampa March 15 

Ely, J. A Deerfield August 19 

Emery, Florence Howey-in-the-Hills March 8 

Emery, Paul H St. Petersburg March 9 

Eniinger, Ruth Miami January 7 

Engelberger, J. C Tampa May 28 

Engle, Delia Kissimmee December 5 

Ennis, John A Tampa xA.pril 18 

Epstein, Ruth Daytona Beach November 7 

Erskine, R. S Lake Worth April 14 

Ertzberger, Louise Miami May 6 

Erwin, James W Tampa January 24 

Esarey, Mary L West Palm Beach ....December 17 

Esher, Gertrude Miami July 8 



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Jr Key West July 24, 1937 

Estes, V. W Orlando - February 8, 1938 

Etheredge, James T Jacksonville September 1, 1938 

Etherton, D. M Jacksonville January 11, 1938 

Etherton, Floreine J Miami November 5, 1937 

Eubanks. Edith Jewell ..Lake City December 27, 1937 

Eulenfeld, F. E Jacksonville March 8, 1938 

Evans, A. W. Miami December 9, 1937 

Evans, C. G Gainesville December 8, 1938 

Evans, George M Tampa August 11, 1937 

Evans, J. P Panama City March 29, 1937 

Evans, Lilly Alae Daytona Beach April 8, 1937 

Evans, Mary A Coral Gables December 10, 1937 

Evans, Philip A Bradenton October 20, 1937 

Evers, Lulu Miami December 17, 1937 

Everson, Florence Hastings January 20, 1937 

Everson, Geo. B. Hastings November 2, 1937 

Ewald, A. M Miami July 3. 1937 

Ewing, D. A St. Andrews May 10, 1938 

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Fairbanks, W. E Jacksonville ...April 3, 1937 

Fairchild, D. H., Mrs. Ft. Lauderdale January 23, 1937 

Faircloth, C. O Clearwater November 7, 1938 

Falk. Robert E Jacksonville April 10. 1937 

Falsone, Frank J Tampa — August 15, 1938 

Fant. Joe J. West Palm Beach August 24, 1938 

Fant, Mary Miami September 3, 1938 

Farley. George Marianna August 9, 1938 

Farmer, T. H., Jr Tampa April 14, 1937 

Farnham, Bertha Y Jacksonville March 31, 1937 

Farrell, H. H Tampa July 21, 1938 

Farrow, Alma W Pahokee November 29, 1938 



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Fatt, M. Vesta Miami July 4 

Faulkner. A. T Jacksonville March 20 

Fawcett, Lucile L Hollywood December 29 

Fay, Mamie P Cocoa June 16 

Feagle, Dorothy E Jacksonville February 22 

Feaster, Carolyn F Miami December 15 

Fee, Margaret L Ft. Pierce July 14 

Feibelman, Herbert U. -Miami December 28 

Feiner, Bernard S Miami Beach October 26 

Fenn, Jean L Miami August 12 

Fenn, John S Hallandale March 5 

Ferguson, Eva Dean ...Pensacola May 8 

Fergtison, H. E West Palm Beach March 3 

Ferguson, John P Lakeland November 12 

Ferguson, Leon E Miami March 13 

Ferlita, Josephine L Jacksonville December 8 

Fernandez, Jack G Tampa September 24 

Ferran, H. E Eustis -July 26 

Ferreira, John T Fernandina November 10 

Feuer, Gus Miami June 18 

Fielding, Margaret Riviera January 14 

Fields, Ethel Miami November 5 

Fields, M. E Miami -July 5 

Fields, T. L Tallahassee February 16 

Fillingham, Dorothy 

Louise Jacksonville May 13 

Fillingim, Vonceil ..Pensacola August 24 

Filson, Frances Sarasota February 24 

Fincke, N. Jay Miami Beach January 6 

Finigan, F. J Hollywood March 4 

Fink, Thomas J Fort Myers April 15 

Finlayson, J. A. F Orlando July 19 

Finman, Ruth Tampa April 14 

Finn, G. U Miami January 7 

Finney, John E Jacksonville April 27 



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Finney, Mary L Jacksonville June 18 

Fischer, Gertrude J Miami February 19 

Fishburne, C. E Miami December 31 

Fisher, Alma E Pensacola December 20 

Fisher, John T St. Petersburg November 15 

Fishman, Arthur Coral Gables November 2 

Fitz, Margarethe St. Petersburg April 12 

Fitzgerald, H. L West Palm Beach, November 30 

Fitzpatrick, Jos. E Coral Gables April 29 

Fitzpatrick, Ruth R Miami May 10 

Fitzsimmons, J. A Jacksonville February 7 

Fitzwater, John Miami May 27 

Flahive, John P Jacksonville January 28 

Flavell, A. D Tampa November 19 

Fleckenstein, Elise Orlando December 1 

Fleishel. Margaret DeLand January 3 

Fleming, Doris Ft. Pierce July 14 

Fleming, T. F .-Ft. Lauderdale December 6 

Fletcher, Nelle West Palm Beach January 17 

Fletcher, Thomas C Williston June 16 

Fletcher, Wain R Coral Gables October 15 

Fletcher, Wm. G West Palm Beach, November 17 

FHsch, S. C Tampa April 25 

Flood, Helen M Miami May 28 

Florence, Robert S Miami April 14 

Floyd, Marcus B Orlando November 9 

Flynn, R. M Pensacola January 7 

Flynt, R. G Miami November 20 

Fogg, E. C. Jr Miami Beach April 16; 

Foley, Margaret M Hollywood December 3 

Folsom, Burton E Miami February 21 

Folsom, Charlotte M DeLand November 4 

Folsom, Maurice Mayo March 11 

Folsom, WiUie D Chipley February 16 

Ford, Eva M Miami April 12 



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Ford, H. C Titusville March 25 

Ford, Ruth G Orlando August 25 

Forney, A. D Orlando December 8 

Fort, D. A Bradenton June 22 

Fort, Herbert E Jacksonville June 11 

Fosdick, E. C Plant City February 1 

Foster, Alice N Miami July 22 

Foster, Charles M Pensacola April 14 

Foster, James W Pensacola February 12 

Foster, Louise B Sanford August 8 

Fountain, Lawrence C. .Miami May 7 

Fouraker, Nathan B Jacksonville March 16, 

Fouse, Elaine Dundee October 24 

Fowler, Mildred --.- Jacksonville June 20 

Fox, A. J. Tampa February 20 

Fox, Grace Sarasota March 31 

Fox, Juliet L. Winter Haven December 26 

Fozzard, H. B. Jacksonville February 9 

Fraleigh, L. A., Jr .Tallahassee August 23 

Fralick, Georgia C Palatka February 10 

Frank, M. B Miami Beach May 7 

FrankHn, Frances Jacksonville July 2 

Franklin, W. C St. Petersburg December 6 

Franks, Ruth T Tampa July 20 

Eraser, J. F Daytona Beach March 23 

Frazee, Howard R St. Petersburg May 5 

Frazel, J. Arthur Miami September 28 

Frazier, Cleone Bartow August 8 

Fream, Ruth K St. Petersburg July 9 

Frecker, Grace V Tampa June 28 

Frederick, Dcjris A Orlando October 25 

Frederitzi, Isabel Miami November 18 

Freelove, Lucile F Miami May 28 

Freeman, Frances M Tampa October 14 

Freeman, Judson Jacksonville January 12 



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Freeman, Marie Tallahassee July 28 

Freeman, Sara H Ft. Lauderdale February 15 

Freeman, Wm. A Key West April 12 

Freiwald, L. M Valparaiso August 16 

French, Herbert H Sarasota December 23 

French, John H. - Orlando August 21 

Frey, Fred D Orlando March 19 

Friedman, Edward Miami November 24 

Friedman, Milton A Miami March 27 

Frix, Julian B Miami April 22 

Frohock, John M Miami February 12 

Froscher, Eleanor M. ..Coral Gables August 14 

Fudger, G. B Jacksonville November 10 

Fuge, E. A Stuart July 28 

Fuller, Edward N Jacksonville March 7 

Fuller, G. L Jacksonville March 10 

Fuller, Nina M Miami June 14 

Fulford, Luette Stuart December 9 

Fulton, S. L Bartow February 21 

Fuquay, A. C Daytona Beach March 7 

Furry, Elva Torres Miami July 23 

Fussell, Alda C Jacksonville November 2 

Fussell, Carroll W Webster July 8 

Fusselman, Paul E St. Petersburg December 27 



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Gage, George E Jacksonville April 2, 1938 

Gailbreath, Daisy H Miami April 20, 1937 

Gailbreath, Muriel I Miami April 14, 1938 

Gailbreath, R. J Miami April 9, 1937 

Gaillard, C. P Jacksonville January 30, 1937 

Gainey, N. G Chipley March 13, 1937 

Galbreath, Thelma Jacksonville April 30, 1938 

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Galbut, Paul A Miami Beach April 9 

Gall, W. R Zephyrhills June 8 

Gallagher, P. B Wabasso April 8 

Galhouse, Anne H ,Miami March 26 

Ganey, L. E Darlington February 11 

Gannaway, F. S Jacksonville January 25 

Gantt, Annette R Miami November 9 

Ganz, Jerry Miami April 30 

Gardiner, C. H Daytona Beach September 16 

Gardiner, Sarah A Jacksonville May 5 

Gardner, H. E Daytona Beach March 16 

Gardner, J. Harry Jacksonville August 24 

Gardner, J. Harry, Jr. ..Jacksonville August 3 

Gardner, M. K Jacksonville February 8 

Garfunkel, Rosalind Miami January 28 

Garland, Mary E St. Petersburg November 6 

Garrison, Marvin D Lakeland March 27 

Garst, Ruth R Jacksonville .' July 12 

Gary, B.*B Miami September 3 

Gaskins, Ethelee Jacksonville October 22 

Gaston, Lorena O Jacksonville April 27 

Gates, A. F DeFuniak Springs July 28 

Gates, Easter L Ft. Lauderdale August 11 

Gatrell, Henry, Jr Fairfield September 27 

Gaudet, J. E. B Daytona Beach February 23 

Gause, Roy C Tarpon Springs February 17 

Gayle, Mildred Frances Miami June 29 

Gearing, E. V Miami September 17 

Geigher, Nelson H Tampa January 29 

Generette, William 

Louis Miami November 19 

Gentile, J. C Miami October 24 

Gentry, Edward Milton .....January 17 

Gentry, Sara Frances ..Lakeland August 25 

Gerald, F. Lynn Ft. Myers January 22 



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German, Lilian S Pinellas Park November 22, 1937 

German, Ruth F Jacksonville May 13, 1938 

Geronimo, Beatrice A. -Florida City August 3, 1938 

Geronimo, William J Florida City June 10, 1937 

Gershon, Pauline Miami September 16, 1938 

Gerstel, L. M Miami October 19, 1937 

Gescheidt, J Miami Beach March 18, 1938 

Geschwantner, Eliza- 
beth Miami November 13, 

Gesswein, Beulah Miami December 

Getzen, Thos. W Lakeland February 25, 

Gholson, Maude B Chattahoochee January 

Gibbons, Gordon L Tampa January 

Gibbs, Lola J Tampa February 

Gibbs, William W ..Jacksonville October 

Gibson, A. L Jacksonville October 

Gibson, P. F Orlando February 12, 1938 

Giddens, Daisy Belle ....Lakeland November 2, 1938 

Gigl, Roberta S Jacksonville April 5, 1938 

Gilbert, Chase B Miami April 27, 1937 

Gilbert, Thelma Dade City May 16, 1938 

Gill, Howard W Milton April 21, 1937 

Gill, Pearl Winter Haven October 30, 1937 

Gillen, Guy Lake City February 13, 1937 

Gillen, Hal P Lake City December 7, 1937 

Gilliam, M. C, Jr Miami January 9, 1937 

Gilliam, Mamie Titusville February 8, 1937 

Gillis, Linda Bartow February 27, 1937 

Gindl, Charles Cantonment October 26. 1938 

Girardeau, Agnes D Jacksonville February 2, 1937 

Girardeau, W. M DeLand January 21, 1938 

Gist, Chas. R Tampa July 28, 1937 

Gist, Russell D Tampa September 28, 1938 

Giunta, D. Valenti Tampa April 11, 1938 

Gledhill, John M Zephyrhills July 23, 1937 



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Gleich, Michael Miami December 27 

Glenn, Thomas L Sarasota January 20 

Gloekler, I^onore E. -..-St. Petersburg November 16 

Glover, Mamie ..Titusville October 7 

Goddard, M. E., Mrs. ..Tampa August 24 

Godman, S. O Fort Myers October 23 

Goelz, Florence K Miami September 3 

Goetz, Harry Miami December 15 

Gohn, Emma L DeLand August 23 

Gold, Louise V Tampa April 12 

Goldstein, Ethel Tampa November 2 

Goldstein, E. Max Miami October 21 

Goldstein, Reggie Miami November 26 

Goldw^ire, Winifred Ft. Myers March 17 

Gonzalez, C Tampa October 5 

Gonzalez, Edward M. .. .Tampa August 3 

Gonzalez, Jose de la 

Campa Tampa July 27 

Gonzalez, Mabel O Pensacola February 22 

Gonzalez, Ramon Tampa April 12 

Gonzalez, Ruth With- 

nell Pensacola September 22 

Gooch, WilHam Robert Pembroke November 14 

Gooding, J. W., jr. West Palm Beach, November 17 

Gooding, Marion W. ....Jacksonville April 16 

Goodkind, S. M Miami July 23 

Goodman, Catherine ....Ft. Myers January 21 

Goodman, Frank P Lake Alfred December 11 

Goodrich, C. FT Jacksonville January 22 

Goodrich, Minnie Tampa June 

Goodrich, Zoa B West Palm Beach ]\lay 26 

Goodwin, J. C Gainesville .-. December 7 

Gordon, Cloyce F .Orlando April 21 

Gordon, Emily Orlando July 18 

Gordon, G. M Jacksonville December 15 



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Gordon, J. A. ..-- Jacksonville April 1 

Gordon, R. M Miami March 4 

Gore, Hattie E. Captiva October 17 

Goshorn, G. S Jacksonville January 15 

Gould, V. W., Jr beLand June 30 

Gould, V. W DeLand June 9 

Gow, Chester E Miami July 16 

Gower, Frances Tampa February 28 

Goza. Hazel Miami November 8 

Grable, Phyllis L Miami February 14 

Grace, L. A Miami March 26 

Graessle, A. W Jacksonville ....August 13 

Graham, Christine W. ..Miami November 30 

Graham, Eileen E Miami September 3 

Graham, Elizabeth C. .. Melbourne December 13 

Graham, H. B Miami December 3 

Graham, Joe S Ft. Lauderdale -July 19 

Graham. L. C Pensacola February 19 

Graham, M. D Bronson September 19 

Cranberry, H Jacksonville ...November 5 

Grant, Bessie West Palm Beach, November 5 

Grant, Julia H Miami December 10 

Grant. Hilda West Palm Beach May 30 

Grant, Iva S Orlando April 25 

Grass. E. L. Alturas February 10 

Graul. Mabel ..Miami November 12 

Graves, Annabelle Qunicy March 24 

Graves, Elizabeth DeLand May 3 

Graves, M. T Miami November 22 

Graves, Minnie Lee Pensacola January 22 

Gravios, Perre Norbert, 

Sr Hialeah November 10 

Gray, Carl Panama City September 9 

Gray, Lina Miami November 5 

Gray. Merle M Jacksonville November 17 



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Gray, Mildred M Orlando January 4, 1937 

Gray, R. H Millville October 15, 1937 

Gray, W. L Panama City February 8, 1937 

Green. E. Ames Jacksonville November 23, 1937 

Green, John B St. Petersburg December 22, 1938 

Green, Louise Mayo March 8, 1938 

Green, M. W Tallahassee November 22, 1938 

Green, Margaret Tampa December 1, 1937 

Green, Mary Newton ....Live Oak October 1, 1937 

Green, J. T Jacksonville January 7, 1937 

Green, W. M Clearwater January 4, 1937 

Greene, A. M Glen St. Mary April 23, 1937 

Greene, Marion H Gainesville November 16, 1938 

Greene, Raymond W Winter Park January 28, 1937 

Greene, Thelma Olustee April 7, 1937 

•Gregory, A. C. E Miami June 7, 1937 

Gregory, Clyde W Tallahassee May 7, 1938 

Gregory, G. C, Dr Pine Castle June 9, 1937 

Gregory, Mae T Quincy November 4, 1937 

Griffin. E. L Miami December 2, 1938 

Griffin, Erine Tampa May 24, 1937 

Griffin, H. V., Jr Macclenny March 16, 1938 

Griffin, J. E. ..." Miami February 12, 1937 

Griffin. L A West Palm Beach March 25. 1937 

Griffin, Laura Tampa February 15, 1938 

Griffin, Robert E Kissimmee November 4, 1937 

Griffin. Ruth Dean Jacksonville January 13, 1937 

Griffin, S. O. Jacksonville May 11, 1938 

Griff.s, Elva Barfield ....Collier City November 8, 1937 

Griffith, B. George Miami December 31. 1938 

Griffith, Lida Miami December 19, 1938 

Greco, Evelyn Tampa February 26, 1938 

Greek, Patricia Jacksonville December 20,1937 

Grether, J. Richard Jacksonville August 27, 1938 

Grider, Irma S West Palm Beach July 27, 1938 



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Grieger, L. M Miami ..- November 8, 1937 

Grigsby, Ruth C Daytona Beach November 2, 1938 

Grimaldi, A. J Tampa February 20, 1937 

Grimaldi, R. E Tampa January 25, 1937 

Gross, George Miami February 24, 1937 

Gross, John A West Palm Beach May 27, 1937 

Grossman, Ernest Miami Beach July 15, 1938 

Grossman, J. W Orlando May 5, 1937 

Grovenstein, Mell C Jacksonville November 14, 1938 

Groves, M. E Winter Garden June 23, 1937 

Grubb, Mary L Quincy December 19, 1937 

Gruel, Leonora Lakeland October 30, 1937 

Gucker, J. J Miami June 16, 1938 

Guenther, H. M Pensacola August 27, 1937 

Guenther, Helen St. Augustine October 8, 1937 

Guernsey, Betty Orlando January 6, 1937 

Guest, Lee Jacksonville October 30, 1937 

Guice, T. G Pensacola August 25, 1938 

Guinta, Frank V Tampa December 18, 1938 

Gulkis, Morris Miami May 10, 1937 

Gum, P. J Lake Wales March 10, 1937 

Gunn, Ann H Pensacola April 15, 1938 

Gunter, Nellie West Palm Beach January 20, 1937 

Gurtler, John R Whitehouse October 20, 1938 

Gustafson, L. B Green Cove Springs, November 4, 1937 

Gustafson, R. H St. Petersburg February 10, 1938 

Gustinger, Alfred Miami November 17, 1937 

Guthmann, Ruth W Miami Beach November 12, 1937 

Guthrie, Mamie V Palmetto October 3, 1938 

Guthrie, Wm. E Punta Gorda April 15, 1937 

Gutkin, Ida M Tampa March 8, 1937 

Guymon, Myron S Winter Garden November 3, 1937 

Gwin, J. M., Mrs Tallahassee March 7, 1937 

Gwynn, James C Tallahassee October 7, 1938 



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Haden. Maude Mildred Miami Beach March 10, 1938 

Haffield, Bertha A Vero Beac|i July 5, 1937 

Hagan, Anna Miami February 18, 1938 

Haile, Emmie Ocala May 21, 1938 

Hair, H. H.. Jr Miami August 18, 1937 

Haire, Siby Greensboro July 10, 1937 

Haldeman,' J. J Lakeland May 2, 1938 

Haley, T. R Ponce de Leon April 7, 1937 

Hall, C. T Foley August 5, 1938 

Hall, C. Leon Jacksonville January 6, 1938 

Hall, Dorothy E Miami September 16, 1938 

Hall, Dorothy M West Palm Beach May 15, 1927 

Hall, Gladys Anne Hollywood November 1, 1937 

Hall, Gladys L Jacksonville February 11, 1938 

Hall, Helen D Lake Hamilton December 18, 1937 

Hall, J. Walter Orlando February 26, 1938 

Hall, James i\ Tampa September 20, 1937 

Hall, L. L Jacksonville February 22, 1938 

Hall, M. J Tampa March 8, 1937 

Hall, Ray F Hollywood January 22, 1937 

Hall, Robert L Ft. Lauderdale December 27, 1938 

Hall, Ruth Reddick Jacksonville September 15, 1938 

Hall, Thomas G Fernandina May 17, 1937 

Halladay, Ethel M Winter Haven October 8, 1938 

Hallam. Willard V Lakeland June 12, 1937 

Halsema, Catherine M. Jacksonville November 8, 1937 

Hamblin, H. H Miami March 12, 1937 

Hamilton, Edgar G West Palm Beach April 5, 1937 

Hamilton, Norman G. Daytona Beach May 6, 1937 

Hamilton. Thomas Clearwater January 18, 1938 

Hamlin, L. C Tavares September 13, 1937 

HaniHn. Roy Key West August 18. 1937 

Hammatt, Frank R Orlando February 5. 1937 



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Hammer, Marjorie DeLand April 18, 1938 

Hammerstein, Dorothy Miami January 20, 1938 

Hammond, Eugene J. ..Miami September 23, 1938 

Hammond, Mary Tampa November 25, 1938 

Hamner, W. E Tampa October 2, 1937 

Hampton, Hood C Tampa Janviary 22, 1938 

Hamrick, C. M Sebring December 10, 1938 

Hancock, Ethel Crandall Stuart May 5, 1938 

Hancock, J. Norris Lakeland December 1, 1937 

Hand, F. E Orlando April 10, 1937 

Handley, Dan Holopaw March 18, 1937 

Haner, Blanche St. Petersburg December 13, 1938 

Hanes, Marjorie E Miami July 30, 1938 

Hanks, Paul B St. Petersburg ...January 16, 1937 

Hannan, Paul M Miami April 22, 1938 

Hanner, C. K Bartow October 20, 1938 

Hansard, Olivia Daytona Beach February 8, 1938 

Hansen, H. J Jacksonville September 3, 1938 

Hansen, Hester Miami July 7, 1938 

Hansen, L. A Clearwater August 10, 1938 

Hansen, Lillian Stuart December 8, 1938 

Hansen, Lillian M Kissimmee April 9, 1938 

Hanson, C. A Inverness August 19, 1937 

Hanzo, Walter J Miami February 26, 1937 

Haraden, Marion E St. Petersburg April 24, 1937 

Harbison, A. B Crescent City February 10, 1938 

Harbison, Mildred Miami January 31, 1938 

Hardaway, May Orlando May 18, 1937 

Harden, M. Antoinette Miami April 2, 1937 

Hardie, G. Conrad Ft. Pierce March 20, 1937 

Hardison, Mildred Miami April 10, 1937 

Harllee, H. E Trenton September 19, 1938 

Harmon, Royce Lamar St. Augustine November 29, 1938 

Harms, J. A Wabasso September 9, 1938 

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s, Alethea Miami December 12 

s, C. A Daytona Beach October 21 

s, Casper E Panama City October 19 

s, D. R Miami August 

s, D. Orville St. Petersburg January 22 

s, Ed. W St. Petersburg May 9 

s, Hallette A Ft. Myers May 21 

s, Herbert J Belle Glade August 30 

s, Margeurite Leesburg December 2 

s, Minnie Porter -T<;ey West May 31 

s, Nan M Orlando October 23 

s, W. Curry Key West August 6 

son, Berenice M. ..Miami May 3 

son, Elizabeth V. Miami July 31 

son, Grace Orlando .— January 20 

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son, Meta M Miami July 15 

Harrod, G Pass-a-Grille February 14 

Harry, Fayette Miami July 19 

Harshman, Woodrow 

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Hart, A. J Baker March 10 

Hart, Alice Miami October 22 

Hart, Jeanette J Miami Beach May 13 

Hart, M. I Orlando April 9 

Hart, Robert James Jacksonville March 24 

Hartley, Eva B Miami August 4 

Hartman, C. C Miami September 17 

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Hartnett, Joseph D Plant City February 10 

Hartwell, Margaret C. Miami March 15 

Harvey, Alice Crux Orlando February 18 

Harvey, J. A Williston May 16 

Harvey, P. W Daytona Beach November 22 

Harward, Guy Lakeland June 6 

Haskew, Earl R Ft. Myers August 4 

Haskins, Russell Miami - February 9 

Hatch, Emily Sebring July 21 

Hatch, Grace Live Oak April 7 

Hatcher, P. T St. Petersburg May 4 

Hathaway, A. R Tampa January 11 

Hathaway, J. A Bonifay March 2 

Hattaway, Louise P West Palm Beach March 11 

Hattendorf, Marguerite 

E Miami Beach December 29 

Hatton, Avie Hunter ...Pensacola October 5 

Haughton, M. H Jacksonville July 9 

Havens, H. W Jacksonville February 25 

Havill, Juanita St. Petersburg December 21 

Hawes. Nelia C Tampa August 9 

Hawkins, Effie St. Petersburg April 9 

Hawkins, Frank M Williston July 11 

Hawkins, Wilhelmina ..Bartow February 24 

Hayden, Alfred J Port Orange January 26 

Hayden, Alice M Palm Beach February 19 

Hayes, John J Miami Beach January 5 

Hayes, K Tallahassee June 7 

Hayes, Thos. B Tampa August 23 

Haynes, H. Clay Lakeland April 7 

Haynes, R. T Miami January 25 

Hazard, E. E Jacksonville November 14 

Hazard, L. W Jacksonville November 21 

Hazel, Madalee J St. Petersburg December 11 

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Healy, J. R St. Petersburg March 27, 1937 

Healy, May West Palm Beach May 26, 1937 

Heath, James B Orlando June 29, 1938 

Heath, Tillie Panama City December 6, 1937 

Heckes, Frank Lakeland February 15, 1937 

Helm, Verna Avon Park January 20, 1938 

Heimberger, E. R Ft. Lauderdale May 24, 1937 

Heinrich, F.G Miami May 30, 1938 

Heinrichs, E. R Tampa April 18, 1938 

Heisler, P. A West Palm Beach, November 30, 1938 

Helmrich, Hazel Baxter Melbourne February 12, 1937 

Helton, C. A Dundee March 3, 1938 

Helvenston, B. W.. Jr. .Live Oak January 12, 1938 

Heminger, Mary L DeLand November 21, 1938 

Henderson, Alice Tallahassee .....July 8. 1938 

Henderson, C. H Madison March 5, 1937 

Henderson, D. F Havana November 14, 1938 

Henderson, James J. West Palm Beach ....February 11, 1937 

Henderson, j. J., Jr West Palm Beach May 14, 1938 

Henderson, John W Tallahassee June 24, 1937 

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Hendrix, Audrey Tampa April 15, 1937 

Hendry, A. C Shady Grove November 13, 1937 

Hendry, Julia LaBelle October 2, 1937 

Hendry, W. A Lake Worth July 6, 1937 

Henley, N. B Tampa November 23, 1937 

Hennis, Jewel W Orlando August 20, 1938 

Henry, Helen Miami February 26, 1937 

Hensel, Carl Tampa April 10, 1937 

Henson, E. H Jacksonville March 1, 1937 

Hergenroether, J. E Tampa August 17, 1937 

Herin. G. Garlan Melbourne October 16, 1937 

Herman, Grace K Ft. Lauderdale March 23, 1937 

Herman, H Miami October 15, 1938 



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Hermanson, B. H New Port Richey August 11, 1938 

Herndone, Blanche Jacksonville May 16, 1938 

Herron, A. C St. Petersburg ..June 22, 1937 

Hersmer, Elsie Miami May 6, 1937 

Herzberg, Leah Kissimmee August 26, 1938 

Hess, Philip N Coral Gables December 1, 1938 

Hester, Dollye A Orlando November 28, 1938 

Hewitt, Cecil C Miami December 2, 1938 

Hibbs, W. H St. Petersburg October 8. 1938 

Hice, Ella Maude Brooksville January 5, 1938 

Hickerson, Margaret ...Jacksonville July 14, 1937 

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Florence Miami June 25, 1937 

Hicks, Claribel S Tampa January 30, 1937 

Hicks, J. R Miami -July 23, 1937 

Hicks, L. M Jacksonville November 9, 1938 

Hicks, Leila Tampa November 22, 1937 

Hicks, W. T South Jacksonville ..June 22, 1938 

Hiday, Henry R Sarasota February 7, 1938 

Higbee, Louise Belle ....Jacksonville July 21, 1938 

Higginbotham, Clyde T. Jacksonville February 28, 1938 

Higginbotham, W. A., 

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ggins, Mary P Orlando October 16, 1937 

ghsmith, W. R Jacksonville February 12, 1938 

ghtower, Lugene Winter Haven June 19, 1937 

ghtower, Mae E Marianna February 11, 1937 

Idebrandt, E Miami November 13, 1937 

11, Ann Ochs Tampa December 28, 1937 

11, C. E St. Petersburg February 17, 1937 

11, Louis A -Lawtey September 4, 1938 

11, Mary M New Smyrna Beach, November 8,1937 

11, W. R Winter Haven January 14, 1937 

11, William H Barbersville January 27, 1937 



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Hill, William P Belle Glade [. April 14, 1938 

Hillbom, L. L Miami ..December 7, 1937 

Hilliard, C. D Jacksonville --. August 11, 1937 

Hilliard, Daiseybelle ....Palatka January 28, 1938 

Hilliard, Thelma L Miami April 7, 1937 

Hilsabeck, W. D Miami June 29, 1938 

Hilton, M. B St. Petersburg May 9, 1938 

Hinds, Bertha L Miami May 25, 1938 

Hinesley, Margaret E. ..Miami April 7, 1938 

Hinote, H. H TaHahassee May 11, 1937 

Hinson, Jay C South Jacksonville ...July 12, 1938 

Hinson, Myrtle Tampa October 31, 1938 

Hinton, Thelma G Miami April 9, 1938 

Hirschman, Emma L. ..Jacksonville March 15, 1937 

Hirt, H. B Chattahoochee October 8, 1938 

Hitchcock, H. R Palm Beach December 31, 1937 

Hitchcolk, Ola Bradenton October 5, 1938 

Hjort, Harold R Tampa May 3, 1938 

Hoadley, Elmer L Tarpon Springs May 12, 1937 

Hobbs, W. F Tampa December 11, 1938 

Hocker, F. R Ocala February 23, 1938 

Hodge, (Mrs.) H. C Hialeah December 19, 1938 

Hodge, Myra St. Petersburg July 22, 1937 

Hodges, Mary ...Hollywood ...March 22, 1937 

Hodges, R. T Fort Lauderdale July 9, 193S 

Hodler, V. H Mango April 15, 1937 

Hodson, T. L. ...Lakeland January 19, 1938 

Hof, Cecelia Miami December 31, 1937 

Hoff, R. D Jacksonville February 14, 1938 

Hoffman, A. A Pensacola September 10, 1937 

Hoffman, Wm. H Miami ..April 25, 1938 

Hogan, Edward Jacksonville .....March 12, 1938 

Hogan, L. V Jacksonville October 26, 1937 

Hogan, Mary Jane Miami December 30, 1937 

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Hogan, Sarah ...Miami November 17, 1938 

Hoisington, Elsie M Miami -.-. July 21, 1937 

Hoke, C. H Jacksonville March 12, 1938 

Holcomb, Lyle D Miami ...July 2, 1937 

Holcomb, Mary L Auburndale October 19, 1938 

Holcombe, Velma Tampa July 2, 1938 

Holden, Gladys J Davenport March 4, 1937 

Holden, H. C Miami May 15, 1938 

Holland, Chas. J Miami June 13, 1938 

Holland, R. B Chipley February 21, 1938 

Hollingsworth. O. T Miami June 7. 1937 

Hollis, John St. Petersburg October 25, 1938 

Hollopeter, Arthur Miami April 6, 1938 

Holloway, Charley A. ..Ocala September 24, 1938 

Holmer, Carl, Jr Miami November 27, 1937 

Holmes, Floyd M St. Petersburg November 20, 1937 

Holmes, John M Jacksonville August 16, 1938 

Holmes, Mary I Clearwater Decmeber 30, 1938 

Holt, Marjorie Tampa March 22, 1937 

Holt, Parker Ft. Myers March 28, 1938 

Holtzendorf, R. L Arcadia August 8, 1938 

Holzer, Curt Pensacola February 6, 1938 

Holzman, Irma Kissimmee February 14, 1938 

Homer, Edith W Clearwater September 13, 1938 

Hon, Edmund L DeLand December 7, 1937 

Hood, Edwin R Fernandina April 16, 1938 

Hood, Janet G Crystal River August 18, 1938 

Hood, S. Belle Miami October 16, 1937 

Hooker, Jewel Clewiston October 14, 1937 

Hooks, Lillian Clewiston September 11, 1937 

Hoover. Martha B Umatilla July 29, 1937 

Hoperich. Helen Sebring February 11, 1938 

Hopewell. Bertha Jacksonville May 12, 1938 

Hopkins, Jas. T Orlando October 19, 1938 

Hopper, Venita Miami January 14, 1937 



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Jr. New Smyrna September 10 

Hore, George D Jacksonville July 21 

Horn, Harry A Daytona Beach December 29 

Home, Jacqueline Jacksonville September 1 

Home, M. C Miami July 31 

Home, Sarah L Miami October 19 

Home, William H Tampa May 24 

Horner, Henrietta S Tavares November 9 

Hornsby, M. F Miami April 30 

Hornstein, Rosa G Miami Beach November 12 

Horovitz, Abe Jacksonville October 13 

Horsley, Jack Earl Miami December 10 

Hosea, Martha Miami September 2 

Hoss, G. S West Palm Beach ....December 18 

Horton, Sara West Palm Beach ....February 11 

Hottmann. Betty B Tallahassee September 27 

Houck, Sophie W Bradenton June 30 

Hough, Wendell M Ft. Myers February 28 

Houlihan, W. J Tampa November 22 

Hourihan. Richard Miami Beach September 10 

Houser, R. S Orlando November 1 

Housh, Mae V Tampa April 12 

Houston, Genevieve Jacksonville October 19 

Howard, Barbara Miami Springs February 17 

Howard, C. N Miami April 2 

Howard, Elizabeth L. ..Daytona Beach July 1 

Howard, Gould J St. Petersburg October 10 

Howard, Marian B Miami March 13 

Howard, Nancy Daytona Beach January 10 

Howard, Vincent E Hollywood March 4 

Howard, Walter G Winter Haven April 7 

Howatt, Mrs. Floy St. Augustine March 11 

Howarth, Mary S DeLand March 26 

Howell, Ruth Ray Blountstown September 18 



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Hubbell, Willard Miami October 15 

Huckaby, W. C Jacksonville February 26 

Hudson, Albert F Miami February 17 

Hudson, E. N Winter Haven December 11 

Hudson, Fortune Bronson February 16 

Hudson, Horace R Gainesville December 27 

Hudson, J. H Crawfordville February 1 

Hudson, Julia Ocala April 24 

Hudson, N. M Daytona Beach November 10 

Huff, Chas. A Ft. Lauderdale February 5 

Huff, Henry Hamilton ..Plant City December 18 

Huff, James O Sanford November 5 

Huff, Ruby H West Palm Beach June 30 

Huffman, R. B Clearwater August 1 

Hughes, Ira C Miami April 27 

Hughes, Kimble F Orlando March 20 

Hughey, J. R Lynn Haven April 12 

Hughson, Frank W Miami April 30 

Hull, Frank S., Jr Miami August 2 

Hull, Marie L Miami June 26 

Hulsey, M. J., Jr Tampa December 12 

Hulsey, Mary Jacksonville March 1 

Humphress, John Y Tallahassee February 10 

Humphrey, B. W Tampa February 20 

Humphrey, Jay C Miami October 7 

Humphreys, Beatrice .—Ft. Lauderdale October 20 

Humphries, P. M Miami Beach September 6, 

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Hunt, Charles W St. Petersburg December 23, 1938 

Hunt, Gladys Tampa November 29, 1938 

Hunt, H. A Miami April 7, 1938 

Hunt, J. W Havana February 2, 1937 

Hunt, Lois St. Petersburg June 18, 1937 

Hunt, O. M Havana June 9. 1937 

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Hunt, R. G Tampa March 4 

Hunter, John T Jacksonville June 1 

Hunter, Nancy K St. Augustine January 10 

Hunter, W. B Tavares February 4 

Huntington, Barton K. Miami Beach August 21 

Hurley, Gwendolyn Winter Garden ..^ July 12 

Hurst, Florence C Miami March 9 

Hurst, Geneva Tampa September 15 

Hurst, Nell Jacksonville March 17 

Hurt, F. J Ft. Myers April 11 

Hutchison, W. C Sanford July 27 

Hutson, J. L West Palm Beach May 2 

Huttig, J. N Orlando August 20 

Hutton, Clifton W Miami November 13 

Hyed, Nell Miami May 7 

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Imeson, John G Jacksonville March 27, 1937 

Inglis, John -Jacksonville November 12, 1937 

Ingram, Imogene West Palm Beach March 27, 1937 

Ireland, Hugh F Miami November 17, 1938 

Irvin, Charles F West Palm Beach ....December 17, 1937 

Irvin, M. M Miami Beach February 24, 1938 

Isaac, James F Daytona Beach March 8, 1937 

Israel, Alice Wynn Miami July 22, 1938 

Ivey, Mary Miami March 24, 1938 

Izlar, L. T Ocala January 2. 1938 

Izlar, Martha C Jacksonville August 31, 1937 

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Jackson. G., Jr Orlando April 22, 1938 

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Jackson, James A Miami April 2, 1938 

Jackson, Lucy A Miami July 30, 1938 

Jackson, M. E Jacksonville November 3, 1937 

Jackson, Margaret St. Petersburg April 13, 1937 

Jackson, Mildred St. Petersburg January 25, 1938 

Jackson, R. C Jacksonville July 22, 1937 

Jackson, R. E ]\Iiami November 25, 1937 

Jackson, Robert A West Palm Beach ....February 6, 1937 

Jackson, Rosa L. Coconut Grove, Miami, March 31, 1938 

Jackson, Wm. T Gainesville May 11, 1937 

Jacobs, A. J., Jr Live Oak August 3, 1938 

Jacobs. Chas. H Tampa September 23, 1938 

Jacobs, Fred L Jacksonville March 25, 1937 

Jacoway, H. E Tallahassee September 27, 1937 

Jacques, E. B Eustis October 4, 1938 

James, B. E Jacksonville May 16, 1938 

James, Carolyn Miami September 6, 1938 

James, Curtis M Ft. Pierce December 27, 1937 

James, J. C Tampa March 16, 1937 

James, Memrie Palatka July 7, 1937 

James, Virginia L Tampa -.. August 5, 1937 

Jamison, Herbert Reid ..Tarpon Springs March 22, 1937 

Janah, J. V Miami Beach September 2, 1938 

Jane, A. A Orlando August 8, 1938 

Japour, Elizabeth St. Petersburg i October 10, 1938 

Jarvis, Doris Pensacola March 13, 1937 

Jarvis, Jewell R Miami December 18, 1937 

Jay, Margaret Miami November 21, 1938 

Jeffcott, Monroe Wm. ..Fort Myers December 3, 1938 

Jenkins, James K Jacksonville December 31, 1937 

Jenkins, Joe C Gainesville January 20, 1938 

Jernigan, J. W Milton ". May 17, 1937 

Jessen, Kathryn Tampa November 22, 1937 

Jinkins, Helen Sanford August 11, 1938 

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Johansen, Valdemar Clearwater August 22 

Johns, Ruby Miami August 8 



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B. G Ft. Lauderdale January 11 

Ben W Ft. Meade June 3 



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C. J Bartow June 5 

Clara S Miami February 10 

E. M Miami December 23 

Elizabeth Jasper September 13 

Elizabeth Ocala ...- September 27 

Elsa V Miami February 19 

Emma S Tarpon Springs February 1 

Helen W DeLand September 22 

Horace B Jacksonville : June 22 

J. M Clarksville August 18 

J. Lee Sebring October 27 

K. S Sanford February 10 

M. S Miami November 4 

Manuel Tarpon Springs October 22 

Margaret Jacksonville October 10 

Mary L Gainesville June 4 

Mildred L Crestview September 28 

N. E Richland April 25 

Pearl S Palm Beach January 27 

Robert R Winter Park January 26 

Ruby Live Oak February 4 

Sadie C Largo November 19 

Virginia F Ocala February 11 

W. H. S Crescent City March 5 

W. W Quincy November 4 

Walter J St. Petersburg October 8 

Winifred P Tampa January 22 

Johnston, James M Kissimmee December 15 

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Johnston, Lois F Sarasota March 24 

Johnston, Ruth S Tampa July 26 

Johnston, S. W Ft. Myers April 29 

Johnstone, Lura H Tampa February 15 

Jones, C. B Port Tampa City August 15 

Clarrissa A Tampa July 6 

E. H Tampa January 11 

E. M Miami October 17 

E. Vance Leesburg August 8 

Elizabeth B Tallahassee March 8 

Frances N Jacksonville December 17 

J. B St. Augustine October 16 

J. C Tampa May 17 

John R Tallahassee September 21 

Lannie Woodall ..Orlando December 10 

Leonard W Tampa October 28 

Luther W St. Petersburg November 21 

Marian Jacksonville August 13 

Matha New Smyrna Beach, December 18 

Nan F St. Petersburg December 14 

Nina J Jacksonville March 10 

O. W., Mrs Perry July 

Owen C Manatee May 10 



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R. Leon Walnut Hill December 11 

Roselle E Fernandina August 11 

Ruth B Jacksonville August 6 

S. S Crescent City January 10 

Theodora W Miami Beach October 21 

Jones, Thomas Earl Dade City September 8 

Jones, Trecy Miami September 15 

Jones, W. H Miami June 24 

Jollay, Henry L Winter Haven February 21 

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Jordan, Elizabeth Bartow March 29, 1937 

Jordan, T. W Tampa ....March 3, 1937 

Jordan, W. H Jacksonville January 14, 1938 

Joyce, Paul D Haines City December 31, 1937 

Julian, Dorothy Ft. Lauderdale February 19, 1937 

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Kaiser, M. J Ft. Lauderdale June 4 

Kaleel, Wm. C St. Petersburg September 9 

Kanarr, H. M St. Petersburg December 11 

Kantor, P. F Miami Beach December 10 

Kantz, Elvira Ft. Myers August 11 

Kaplan, Ralph R Miami November 25 

Kaptam, E. L Miami Beach June 5 

Karnes, J. A Miami .June 24 

Karrer, Gertrude I New Smyrna October 3 

Kase, M. L Miami :^Iarch 23 

Kaserman, Jake Lake Helen April 2 

Kassur, Vera K St. Petersburg January 21 

Katz, Birdie Tampa January 18 

Katz, Harry Jacksonville May 17 

Kay, Harry Miami May 1 

Keathley, Martha Tampa September 3 

Keefe, W. R. -. Lake Worth April 16 

Keefer, B. L, Mrs Miami Beach October 17 

Keen, Helen B Bradenton February 10 

Keen, Myrtle D Tampa March 20 

Keen, Roberta Coral Gables April 12 

Keene, Fred W Jacksonville November 27 

Keep, C. F Orlando August 1 

Keesey, C. R New Smyrna Beach, November 1 

Kehoe, Minnie E Miami January 4 

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Keller, Arthur Miami March 25 

Kelley, Evelyn R Jacksonville March 17 

Kelley, J. L Miami August 11 

Kelley, Lou Ella Panama City September 16 

Kelly, Catherine - Sanford March 20 

Kelly, D. L Pensacola September 17 

Kelly, Mabel V Jacksonville March 1 

Kelly, R. O Jacksonville November 22 

Kelso, Herschel Ft. Lauderdale April 8 

Kemp, Lena Miami April 16 

Kemp, W. C Miami August 12 

Kendall, W. W Coral Gables March 26 

Kendrick, Frances Miami July 2 

Kennedy, E. A Lake Geneva March 8 

Kennedy, J. E St. Petersburg October 21 

Kent, F. A Coconut Grove March 31 

Kenyon, J. A Eustis July 22 

Keough, Rose Miami November 3 

Keppie, M. Roberta St. Augustine February 26 

Kerley, W. A Ft. Lauderdale .— April 7 

Kerr. Margery E Miami May 16 

Kershaw, Mary L St. Petersburg November 7 

Ketchum, W. R Jacksonville February 1 

Ketring, Robert E ..LaBelle January 6 

Key, Richard G St. Petersburg October 24 

Keyser, Lovett Pensacola May 27 

Kick-liter, L. C Stuart November 4 

Kidd, Juliet B Jacksonville March 9 

Kienzle, L. M St. Petersburg October 29 

Kierce, Mamie S Jacksonville August 9 

Kight, Laurabelle Fort Myers July 9 

Kilgore, Claire Clearwater February 8 

Kimball, May N Miami Beach March 11 

Kimbrel, Pearl Haines City December 15 

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Kinchen, C. P Jacksonville February 3 

King, Allen J Laurel Hill March 4 

King, E. B Inverness December 7 

King, G. M Miami September 14 

King, Geo. W Ft. Lauderdale January 11 

King, Harry E Winter Haven July 18 

King, James T Tampa March 22 

King, R. T DeFuniak Springs March 29 

King, Roy L Jacksonville September 9 

Kingry, C. W Pensacola July 7 

Kirch, Loretta Lake Wales June 21 

Kirch, Marie C Lake Wales November 28 

Kirchhaine, W. F St. Petersburg July 12 

Kirin, Theresa Miami Beach December 23 

Kirkland, J. T Marianna December 17 

Kirkpatrick, Mary Pensacola June 9 

Kirkpatrick, P. E St. Cloud December 13 

Kistler, Charlotte Miami January 16 

Kitchen, Ernestine Brooksville June 14 

Kitching, Winifred Leesburg June 16 

Kixmiller, O. F St. Augustine June 15 

Klarer, Louis A Fernandina October 11 

Klein, F. J West Palm Beach, November 16 

Kline, Florence M Hialeah December 30 

Kloeppel, Robert Jacksonville May 24 

Knable, Clyde D Live Oak February 9 

Knight, C. A Starke July 26 

Knight, John P Orlando January 31 

Knight, M Sanford July 14 

Knight, Marion B Blountstown May 15 

Knighton, E. V Jacksonville May 15 

Knopke. Ray C St. Petersburg November 5 

Knott, James R Jacksonville August 23 

Knowles, Mary Miami March 22 

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Knowles, T. S Miami August 2 

Knox, Bonnie Atlantic Beach March 1 

Knox, Louise Madison February 5 

Koehler, LiUian C St. Augustine ....August 3 

Koesy, S. Fred Coral Gables February 4 

Koger, D. D Miami Beach March 31 

Kohler, William G Miami February 13 

Kohorst, Louis B Miami April 2 

Kolb, L. C Palm Beach December 27 

Kopplow, H. E Miami March 3 

Kortum, Golda Ruth -..Miami March II 

Koster, Ferd Jacksonville June 14 

Kotler, Harry Tampa September 8 

Kramer, E Cocoa April 9 

Kreis, Daisy D Coronado Beach ....September 24 

Kremer, Frances Miami November 7 

Kriens, Herbert M Jacksonville June 28 

Krims, Robt Miami Beach November 5 

Krug, Verna J Haines City December 14 

Kuhn, J. E Boyd February 11 

Kuhns, Mabel Fort Meade December 9 

Kurka, Frank G Jacksonville June 21 

Kurtz, R. E Ft. Myers March 1 

Kyle, Pearle G Tampa January 11 



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LaBree, A. M Dania August 24, 1938 

Lackey, Ethel I Fort Myers December 31, 1938 

Ladd, F. H Key West December 31, 1938 

LaFrance, Joseph C St. Petersburg January 24, 1938 

Lahmer, Esther R DeLand November 24, 1937 

Laing, P. L Chattahoochee July 19, 1938 

Lakey, Judy M Miami July 21, 1938 

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Lamb, Agnes Tampa February 5, 1938 

Lamb, G. P Arcadia June 5, 1937 

Lamb, Mildred West Palm Beach August 15, 1938 

Lambert, L. N Bay Springs March 3, 1937 

Lambert, Solon, Tampa August 23, 1937 

Lambeth, Nancy Lakeland February 23, 1938 

Lamdin, J. Carl St. Petersburg March 4, 1938 

Lamper, Agnes Miami November 26, 1937 

Lamp'l, Agnes R Miami November 19, 1938 

Land, Floyd L Orlando October 5, 1937 

Land, T. H Jacksonville November 7, 1937 

Landenfeld, C. H., Jr. ..Hollywood March 10, 1938 

Lander, Sarah St. Petersburg January 23, 1937 

Landers, Otis F Sarasota August 21, 1937 

Landis, Erskine W DeLand August 2, 1937 

Lane, Aleene G Pensacola May 10, 1937 

Lane, Audrey - Miami Beach November 19, 1937 

Lane, Bert Pensacola June 27, 1938 

Lane, H. L West Palm Beach, November 4, 1937 

Lane, Marie Leesburg July 10, 1937 

Lang, Edward West Palm Beach April 15, 1938 

Lang, F. M Anthony March 25, 1937 

Lang, R. C Trenton October 18, 1938 

Langford, Doris West Palm Beach July 31, 1937 

Langford, Leila ^I Tallahassee March 10, 1937 

Lanier, \\'. H Clewiston January 26, 1937 

Lantz, Mattie W Tampa July 19, 1937 

Larsen, C. W Miami May 9, 1938 

LaSenius, Ruby Miami November 12, 1937 

Lasley, Margaret Kissimmee October 16, 1937 

Lassiter, Ann Sarasota October 8, 193S 

Lathinghouse, Ann I DeFuniak Springs October 24, 1938 

Latour, Inez R Ft. Lauderdale October 11, 1937 

Latzke, Edwin Miami November 19, 1937 

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Law, Lewis F Daytona Beach August 6, 1938 

Law, Percy E Jacksonville -. July 12, 1938 

Law, W. E., Jr Jacksonville July 1.1, 1938 

Lawlis, Gladys C Miami _..._July 8, 1938 

Lawrence, E. W DeLand March 27, 1937 

Lawrence, Julia .-- Orlando September 21, 1938 

Lawrence, Robert F Boca Raton October 12, 1938 

Lawson, Edith Orlando February 11, 1938 

Law-son. H. L Miami -August 12, 1938 

Lawson, Jasper Ft. Lauderdale December 10, 1937 

Lawson, Minnie J ..Palatka February 8, 1937 

Lawson, W. I. Okeechobee October 8, 1938 

Lawton, B. M Jacksonville June 3, 1937 

Lawton, W. J Oviedo May 10, 1937 

Layton, A. L Jacksonville - August 13, 1938 

Leach, L. E -.... Tampa .May 12, 1938 

Lear, C. F Valparaiso - April 11, 1938 

Leavitt, W. A Sanford - April 11, 1938 

Lechner, R. C Jacksonville March 15, 1937 

Leeks, H. F Palatka June 3, 1938 

Leddin, Paul D Edgewater - June 13, 1938 

Lee, E. B., Jr. West Palm Beach January 25, 1938 

Lee, Frank Smith Leesburg July 14, 1938 

Lee, Gladys B. Miami ..March 19, 1938 

Lee, Hendrika \V Miami August 20, 1937 

Lee, J. R. E., Jr ..Tallahassee November 15, 1938 

Lee, Mabel I Tallahassee January 25, 1938 

Lee, Marguerite Miami Beach April 2, 1938 

Lee, Nellie May Miami November 19, 1937 

Lee, Robert E Panama City February 17, 1938 

Lee, S. P .....Miami September 12, 1938 

Lee, Sadie Fisher Jacksonville ...October 25, 1938 

Lee, W. S Miami September 21, 1938 

Leeper, Truman St. Petersburg April 25, 1938 

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Leggett, Doris M Ocala April 15 

Legters, Ernestine Tampa February 21 

LeHardy, C. A Port St. Joe July 22 

Lehman, J. L Jacksonville July 24 

Leite, Oscar Jacksonville April 17 

Leith, L H West Palm Beach June 30^ 

Lemen, Kathleen Green Cove Springs, September 24 

Lemmon, Clyde Barberville ...June 16 

Lenfestey, Geo. S Tampa May 9 

L'Engle, Frank F Jacksonville June 12 

Leonard, Charleen H. ..Tampa June 13 

Leonard, Emily Pensacola September 3 

Leonard, H. P Stuart September 22 

Leonard, W. F i^Jacksonville September 15 

Lerette, A. J Miami April 7 

LeRoy, Blanche Alachua April 11 

LeRoy, H. N Alachua April 27 

Lesley, Geraldine E. ... Tallahassee March 1 

Lesser, J. H West Palm Beach July 4 

Lester, Lorena M. Miami Beach November 29 

Leverett, Ella W St. Petersburg September 10 

Levine, Rose E Miami Beach January 17 

Levins, Theo. D East Point January 9 

Lewis, Carrilee Har- 

desty Lockhart March 25 

Lewis, Charles A Sebring July 16 

Lewis, E. Clay, Jr. Port St. Joe April 9 

Lewis, Earl L Milton January 14 

Lewis, Elinor Burt Ft. Myers November 8 

Lewis, Henry A Panama City May 19 

Lewis, Henry J Lakeland October 27 

Lewis, J. Gerald Miami September 9 

Lewis, James A Hollywood February 8 

Lewis, Vernon L Largo February 8 

Leybourne. Aline C Jacksonville September 16 



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Libby, Ida M Miami November 25 

Licata, Philip F Tampa April 27 

Lichlyter, Elsie V Tampa September 29 

Lichty, Sanford L Melbourne July 10^ 

Liddy, Florence W Jacksonville November 1 

Ligon, Helen B Miami February 14 

Lillard, Urban Hollywood May 6 

Limbric, Z. D., Jr Jacksonville December 15 

Lindblom, Edna A Miami April 29 

Linder, Arthur T. H Palm Beach June 22 

Linder, James Fred Ruskin March 2 

Lindgren, Alice M Miami March 29 

Lindler, J. W Lake City June 9 

Lindley, J. R Jacksonville February 27 

Lindman, Mary Mount Dora November 8 

Lindorff, Theodore J. .Orlando February 21 

Lindsey, Louise Perry May 6 

Line, Dorothy St. Petersburg October 16 

Linebaugh, I. G Tampa May 3 

Lines, W. D Quincy October 6 

Linick, F'red Miami February 1 

Linton, J. P River Junction July 13 

Linton, James T Seffner March 2 

Lippitt, J. J Miami March 3 

Lippton, Marian S Leesburg April 12 

Litchfield, Laura K Daytona Beach December 27 

Littlejohn, Margaret -..Clearwater April 10 

Locke, Clara Miami November 19 

Lockhart, J. H Little River 

Station, Miami June 16 

Lockwood, Theo G. 

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Loftus, Eleanor L Daytona Beach August 1 

Loftus, J. J Miami January 29 

Lohse, F. W Jacksonville August 10, 



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Long. Alene S Miami September 17 

Longbottom, C. L Leesburg December 16 

Long, Cathleen E Largo November 22 

Long, Charles Ernest ... .Campville December 19 

Long, Roscoe A Orlando January 22 

Looney, Elizabeth C Miami April 1 

Loop, Dallas E Jacksonville June 22 

Lopez, A. V -- Jacksonville November 1 

Lopez, Albert M Tampa December 6 

Lord, Dorothy E Dunedin March 22 

Lord, Mabel Jacksonville March 16 

Lord, Raymond R Key West June 16 

Love, Mary .St. Petersburg June 23 

Love, R. J Quincy ..December 10 

Love, Rosily Ann Miami Beach September 24 

Love, Sam A. ..Jacksonville November 18 

Lovelace, Frances M St. Petersburg June 17 

Lovell, Frances R Jacksonville August 10 

Lowe, J. F. Miami .....October 25 

Lowe, J. M Miami July 3 

Lowman, Frank E Miami November 18 

Lowry, T. S., Jr Tarpon Springs August 20 

Loy, Mertle Miami April 3 

Loznicka, W. H Jacksonville February 1 

Luetscher, E. L Tampa October 25 

Luke, Bertha B. Orlando July 5 

Lummus, Frances L Ocala March 3 

Lund, Oscar A Pensacola April 7 

Lundquist, P. I. Naples ...January 8 

Lunsford, Dorothy L. ..Miami September 26 

Lurvey, Arlene L Tampa May 10 

Luther, Beatrice Miami March 19 

Luttrell, F. A. Blountstown May 5 

Lynam, G. C. Miami October 19 

Lynch, Annie Lou Tampa October 25 



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Lynch, Gail S Daytona Beach October 3, 1938 

Lynch, J. J St. Petersburg May 11, 1938 

Lytal, Lake H West Pahn Beach July 16, 1937 

Lytle, Jay G Miami September 27, 1937 

Lytle, Marguerite South Jacksonville March 19, 1937 

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Maria Daytona Beach March 20, 1937 

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MacFarland, F. H Cocoa February 5, 1938 

MacFeeley, J. N Jacksonville March 7, 1938 

MacKay, E. R Ft. Lauderdale November 4, 1937 

Mack, Julius L., Jr Jacksonville January 19, 1938 

MacMaster, Dorothy G. Miami April 15, 1938 

Macomber, R. G Jacksonville January 7, 1937 

Macon, Arthur D Quincy May 5, 1938 

Macon, Margaret Jacksonville November 13, 1937 

Maddox, C. D Tampa A^ay 31, 1938 

Magaha, E. M Ft. Myers April 10, 1937 

Magill, Mary E St. Petersburg February 4, 1937 

Magrath, Anne P Jacksonville May 24, 1937 

Maher, John J Jacksonville December 19, 1938 

Mahrt, W. C Winter Haven January 24, 1938 

Major, Charles W., Jr. St. Petersburg August 25, 1938 

Major, Ethel V Miami August 18, 1937 

Majors, C. C Plant City July 4, 1938 

Majors, W. A St. Petersburg November 10, 1937 

Makemson, E. C Ft. Lauderdale October 22, 1938 

Maier, L. M Jacksonville April 30, 1938 

Mallard, Annie M Tampa August ' 1, 1938 

Mallery, Frances S Miami December 17, 1937 

Mallory, Cora Pensacola April 28, 1938 

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Mangan, Richard E Miami October 1 

Manion, Helen Miami April 7 

Mann, Barbara B Ft. Myers August 21 

Mann, Blanche E Hollywood April 4 

Mann, Catherine Miami May 6 

Mann, Charles M Jacksonville December 11 

Mann, D. O Jacksonville December 31 

Mann, H. V Jacksonville July 6 

Mann, J. Hervey, Jr St. Petersburg April 9 

Manning E. M Tallahassee May 21 

Manning, Nina E Miami May 13 

Manning, W. D Tampa May 24 

Manson, C. J Delray Beach April 14 

Manucy, Dorothy R St. Augustine November 12 

Manucy, J. Herman St. Augustine June 11 

Mappin, Bernard Miami May 14 

Marable, Carolyn E Jacksonville March 22 

Marden, Harry W St. Petersburg November 22 

Marik, Evelyn Miami November 10 

Markham, Doris Lake City March 5 

Markert, Betty R Jacksonville July 12 

Marks, J. B Jacksonville February 8 

Marks, Paul H Miami April 20 

Maroon, Hoke T Miami August 27 

Marshall, Alfred P St. Petersburg July 22 

Marsh, S. H St. Augustine ....November 21 

Martin, C. Hanford Tampa March 2 

Martin, Ernest Haines City February- 8 

Martin, Harry H Jacksonville April 13 

Martin, Katherine Miami September 1 

Martin, Marion Miami Beach January 28 

Martin, Melbourne L. ..Miami August 11 

Martin, O. E Oxford August 14 

Martin, W. H Winter Haven October 31 

Martin, Wesley M Miami Beach September 22 



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Martinez, Margaret Key West February 7, 1938 

Martinez, Jose Pensacola February 5, 1938 

Mason, Angel Tampa June 19, 1937 

Mason, J. H Tampa November 16, 1937 

Mason, William S Coral Gables June 25, 1937 

Massari, G. B Tampa March 30, 1937 

Massari, I. F Tampa February 21, 1938 

Massey, Dorothy E Ft. Lauderdale April 22, 1938 

Mathein, Hazel Kurrus Coral Gables July 29, 1937 

Mathers, Lorena Miami December 27, 1938 

Mathews, Mae P Ft. Myers June 10, 1937 

Mathews, Mary E Ft. Lauderdale November 1, 1937 

Mathis, Annabel Wauchula ....May 30, 1938 

Mathis, H. T Bonifay May 4, 1937 

Matson, Eva West Palm Beach, September 30, 1937 

Mattingly, B. W Tampa -.. November 9, 1937 

Maule, F. R Tampa November 24, 1937 

Maull, Hallie E Orlando November 14, 1938 

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Maurer, W. F Fort Lauderdale October 27, 1937 

\Mawhinney, Isabel Chattahoochee August 8, 1938 

"Alay, C. D Lacoochee April 16, 1937 

May, Fred F Gainesville February 12, 1937 

Mayer, Sylvester Orlando February 21, 1938 

Mayfield, Mary K Marianna March 12, 1937 

Mayhall, Cornelia G Marianna September 19, 1938 

Mayo, W. T Jacksonville August 12, 1937 

Mayse, Myra West Palm Beach, September 23, 1937 

Maxwdl, Marion Tarpon Springs January 19, 1937 

Meacham, W'. J St. Petersburg June 17, 1938 

Meader, Hal C Daytona Beach April 14, 1938 

Means, S. W Miami June 18, 1937 

Mears, George S Jacksonville April 27, 1937 

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Meehan, Reva W Jacksonville Beach April 15 

Meier, Kathrine D St. Petersburg November 10 

Meitin, Amadeo A St. Augustine November 29 

Meitin, H. A St. Augustine March 4 

Mell, Victor Miami November 12 

Mellor, Fred H Ft. Myers ...February 11 

Meltzer, L N Miami April 26 

Menges, Nan W Orlando August 1 

Menendez, Mary Tampa April 13 

Mercado, Jack Miami Beach November 5 

Mercer, J. F Bunnell January 5 

Merdes, Geo. J Miami October 22 

Merlin, Sophie Jacksonville February 21 

Merrill, Fred T Palatka May 1 

Merrell, R. A Daytona Beach July 12 

Merritt, D. W Jacksonville March 3 

Merritt, John A., Jr Pensacola January 21 

Messina, Frances A Tampa July 30 

Metz, Fred C Miami December 16 

Meyer, C. A Orlando March 26 

Meyer, Lina R Miami September 1 

Meyer, M. E Sanford September 8 

Meyer, Ruth E St. Petersburg March 18 

Mickler, Marion J Tampa November 15 

Mickler, T. Rogero St. Augustine August 30 

Middlebrooks, Eugene 

A., Jr Jacksonville September 3 

Middleton, Goldie S Tampa October 22 

Mlddleton, W. S., Sr. . Pomona April 9 

Miles, T. J Tampa April 7 

Milian, Alwin S Tampa May 31 

Milian, Louis, Jr Miami March 15 

Milian, Louis, Sr Tampa March 18 

Millar, R. C Jacksonville September 27 



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Her. Albertus GainesviHe September 28 

Her, AHce West Palm Beach April 26 

Her, Anna B Tampa July 1 

Her, Beulah K Jacksonville September 23 

Her, Clarence E ....Jacksonville July 5 

Her, E. H Freeport March 15 

Her. F. O., Jr Jacksonville December 22 

Her, George B. Miami July 11 

Her, Glenn St. Petersburg March 30 

Her, Hugh Robert ....Orlando October 23 

Her, Helen C Lake Worth May 30 

Her, Ida Victoria Miami January 23 

Her, Irving Miami April 9 

Her, J. H Miami Beach October 21 

Her, J. Thompson ....Miami March 2 

Her, Lois Panama City November 17 

Her, Margaret R West Palm Beach June 29 

Her, N., Jr Orlando April 22 

Her, P. A Miami August 2 

Her, Shirley BrooksviHe February 4 

Her, W. B Tampa August 23 

Her, W. G Ft. Lauderdale April 20 

Hs, Annie Tampa March 12 

lis, Brantley R ..Jasper January 28 

lis, Kathryn Miami October 1 

lis, Mary JacksonviHe August 7 

lis, Robert A Jacksonville April 23 

lis. Vera W Orlando December 11 

Iton, Lucile Marianna April 7 

nardi, John B Tampa July 17 

ner, E. L Miami May 15 

nes, Sarah Miami January 13 

nor, Doris W Bowling Green August 25 

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Minshall, Anne M Ocala March 5, 1938 

Mints, M. C Jacksonville January 30, 1937 

Mintzer, Ethel Miami April 1, 1938 

Miscally, Henrietta Jacksonville October 4, 1937 

Miskoff, John Miami July 12, 1937 

Mitchell, Alice W Jacksonville May 7, 1937 

Mitchell, Carrie K Tampa June 21, 1937 

Mitchell, Henry Clay ....Pensacola March 11, 1938 

Mitchell, Maude Lakeland October 15, 1938 

Mitchell, Maude B St. Petersburg October 24. 1938 

Mitchell, Myrtle H Jacksonville March 25, 1937 

Mitchell, Nona Lakeland February 24, 1938 

Mitchell, Phyllis Miami November 26, 1938 

Mitchell, W. H St. Petersburg December 9, 1937 

Mittag, Henry W Miami May 25, 1937 

Mize, C. V Fairbanks October 7, 1938 

Mizell, Ora Tampa April 28, 1937 

Mock, Rupert Pahokee June 18, 1938 

Moffett, A. S Pensacola February 26, 1937 

Mole, C. W Belle Glade April 17, 1937 

Monahan, Irene West Palm Beach April 17, 1937 

Monrose, E. R., Jr Tampa September 25, 1937 

Monrose, H. Marion ....Clearwater June 1, 1938 

Montesino, Anastasio ..Tampa October 7, 1938 

Montgomery, H. B Sulphur Springs June 4, 1937 

Montgomery, J. L Miami March 24, 1938 

Moody, F. H Plant City March 2, 1938 

Moody, T. E., Jr Plant City November 3, 1938 

Moody, Troy E Vero Beach September 27, 1937 

Moore, A. B Baker July 18, 1938 

Moore, Clara B Merritt Island November 5. 1937 

Moore, D. W Starke May 17, 1938 

Moore, G. M Tampa December 11, 1937 

Moore, Geo. P Bartow August 9, 1937 

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Moore, Hampton Sarasota November 14 

Moore, J. N Jacksonville November 24 

JMoore, Josephine D Miami December 1 

Moore, J. P Moore Haven October 13 

Moore, Louise R Moore Haven June 9 

Moore, Lucille Cocoa December 13 

Moore, M. L Bradenton August 1 

Moore, Margaret A Orlando December 7 

Moore, Mildred E Clearwater February 24 

Moore, Nellie R Miami Beach November 13 

Moore, Russell R Jacksonville July 29 

Moore, Sidney M St. Augustine July 23 

Moore, Wm. N Marianna January 15 

Moore, W. H Tampa January 4 

Moore, Winnifred E Miami April 11 

Moorhouse, E. F Tampa May 9 

Morales, Clementine ....Tampa February 15 

Mordaunt, Hal Miami April 1 

Morehouse, R. K Miami January 5 

Morehouse, R. L St. Petersburg April 3 

Moreland, John W Tampa April 1 

Morgan, Frank B Miami June 10 

Morgan, Laura Orlando February 25 

Morgan, R. H St. Petersburg February 27 

Morgan, Vida M Miami March 29 

Morgan, Marcellus River Junction July 6 

Morgenstern, Edw. M. ..Jacksonville November 29 

Morlock, Richard E Jacksonville Beach May 13 

Morper, M. C Archer December 8 

Morrill, M. Glene St. Petersburg October 22 

Morrish, F. D West Palm Beach March 20 

Morris, Annie M Miami February 22 

Morris, F. C Tampa September 15 

Morris, Genevieve St. Petersburg November 21 

Morris, J. E Jacksonville April 7 



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Morris, J. M Tampa December 15 

Morris, J. N Ft. Lauderdale Novnieber 1 

Morris, Marguerite II. Lake Worth September 20 

Morris, Marjorie Cherry Lake Farms July H 

Morris, W. II Orlando March 15 

Morris, Yula St. Petersburg September 16 

Morrow, L. C .....Lakeland April 10 

Morse, Cordelia F Miami May 13 

Morrison, A. W Miami September 28 

Morrison, Carlyne L. .Tampa October 11 

Morrison, Daniel A Jacksonville August 23 

Morton, Nina L Williston July 10 

Morton, Oren E Miami April 2 

Moseley, A. F Jacksonville January 7 

Moseley, A. M Jacksonville January 19 

Moseley, R. T Jacksonville January 19 

Moss, David E Clearwater February 19 

Moss, Roscoe R Miami April 1 

Moynihan, Alice J Sarasota September 23 

Mozley, Kathleen Miami November 8 

Mueller, Marjorie Miami April 29 

Muhleman, Louise Miami November 3 

Mullins, A. T St. Petersburg January 22 

Mullins, W. G St. Petersburg April 25 

Mulray, Mary H Coral Gables September 27 

Mulrenan, A. M Tampa February 14 

Munn, Mary V Palm Beach December 18 

Munnerlyn, Mary Ft. Myers March 28 

Munson, Jean Miami May 17 

Munoz, Adabelle Q Jacksonville September 2 

Murphree, John A. H. Gainesville March 3 

Murphy, A. G Argyle June 29 

Murphy, J. L Belle Glade January 5 

Murphy, Kathryn S. ...Coral Gables July 21 

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Murphy, Perry M St. Petersburg December 13 

Murphy, R. W Tallahassee March 11 

Murphy, Ruth E Daytona Beach July 29 

Murphy, Sam G. Bradenton March 4 

Murphy, Walter R Hollywood November 29 

Murphy, William J. ...Miami February 4 

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Charles Tampa June 20 

Murrow, J. B Orlando December 27 

Musselwhite, Troy C. ..Orlando August 16 

Myers, Vivian Panama City February 12 

Myrick, Pauline .Jacksonville April 3 

McAbee, O. A., Jr ....Tampa December 17 

McAdams, E. T Sarasota February 17 

McAden, John H Jacksonville July 11 

McAdoo, Annie Tallahassee December 12 

McAfee, Aubrey Eake Wales September 15 

McAlHster, Thurza Plant City August 29 

McAnly, Margaret Arcadia September 26 

McArthur, Edward C. ..Tampa September 9 

McArthur, Ollie B Miami June 3 

McAtee, B. J St. Petersburg June 22 

McBride, Dorothy Tampa April 10 

McCahill, S. S Miami March 16 

McCallum, Clyde Evans Jacksonville May 6 

McCampbell, Barbara 

Lucile Miami August 8 

McCandliss, R. W Miami December 29 

McCann, Tillie K West Palm Beach ....February 18 

McCarthy, Beatrice L. ..Miami Beach May 31 

McCartney, E. A Tampa November 16 

McCaskill, Edna, Mrs. ..Pensacola January 27 

McCaskill, J. M Miami November 2 

McClain, Gretna West Palm Beach April 19 

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McClung, Lester M Clearwater July 16, 

McClure, J. R Madison July 9 

McClure, Ruth W Orlando June 28 

McClurg, C. V Lakeland January 6 

McClurkin, Florence ....Sarasota October 7 

McCollum, Chas. E Miami June 10 

McCone, C. N Ft. Lauderdale April 9 

McCormick, Claire Jacksonville August 22 

McCormick, Laura Mae Jacksonville October 17 

McCown, Harold L Umatilla May 13 

McCoy, Betty Lake Worth March 3 

McCrea, W. J St. Petersburg June 20 

McCreary, E. W., Mrs. Gainesville April 18 

McCrory, Arvie Pensacola February 25 

McCulley, Laurel G Jacksonville April 9 

McCullough, Bessie M. Jacksonville September 9 

McCurdy, John A Tampa August 15 

McCutcheon, R. J., Jr. ..St. Petersburg December 13 

McDavid, R. S Miami Beach September 16 

McDonald, D. H Ft. Pierce April 9 

McDonald, Donald Winter Haven December 18 

McDuffie, Eloise Hollywood January 6 

McDaniell, Elsie Miami March 11 

McDonald, Evelyn Quincy May 11 

McDonald, H. F Wauchula February 21 

McDonnell, Mary Miami February 13 

McDonnell, Tom Coral Gables November 25 

McDowell L. Cabell ....Miami April 16 

McDowell, Marie B. .. .Auburndale May 5 

McDowell, T. E Jacksonville March 20 

McEachern, A. G St. Petersburg March 18 

McEachern, M. W Jacksonville October 18 

McEachern, Pearl Vero Beach September 9 

McElhannon, Juanita ....Lakeland January 19 

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McElroy, M. D Tampa October 18, 1937 

McElroy, Miriam Miami January 23, 1937 

McElroy, R. D Lake Worth November 20, 1937 

McEwen, Devonia Plant City October 30, 1937 

McEwen, Rosa Tampa February 22, 1938 

McElya, Ruth Arcadia March 8, 1938 

McFadden, T. G Groveland June 10, 1938 

McFarland, Ann Miami November 10, 1938 

McGaughey, J. W West Palm Beach, September 30, 1937 

McGeachy, Leila Tampa January 23, 1937 

McGehee, Shelley, Mrs. Marianna June 27, 1938 

McGiffin, Nina West Palm Beach August 26, 1938 

McGill. D. T Lake Butler January 6, 1938 

McGregor, M. S DeLand October 8, 1938 

McGuigan, Rose A Sebring February 12, 1938 

McGuinness, J. B St. Petersburg March 26, 1938 

McHale, E. E Tampa February 28, 1938 

McHale, Francis M Jacksonville November 20, 1937 

Mcintosh, Chas. S Daytona Beach December 1, 1937 

Mcllrath, E. K Jacksonville February 2, 1938 

Mclntyre, F. R Jacksonville August 3, 1938 

Mclntyre, Johnie Orlando June 4, 1938 

McKaig, C. L Sarasota April 11, 1938 

McKay, Aurora Tampa September 6, 1937 

McKee, Jay C St. Petersburg March 3, 1937 

McKee, Mary H Jacksonville December 18, 1938 

McKeehan, Fred W Miami December 9, 1938 

McKeehen, Estella Hollywood June 30, 1938 

McKeever, Daniel A Orlando November 9, 1938 

McKelvey, S. A Coral Gables June 11, 1937 

McKelvey, Lynn Jacksonville September 28, 1938 

McKendrick, John, Jr. ..West Palm Beach January 22, 1937 

McKenna, Edward R. ..Palm Beach July 29, 1937 

McKenney, Ruby G Winter Haven September 18, 1937 

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McLean, James A DeFuniak Springs October 15 

McLean, Lynda Jacksonville September 15 

McLean, R. M Tampa October 25 

McLeod, W. M Tampa March 14 

McLeod, Lucy Everglades December 8 

McMannis, E. G Orlando October 22 

McMasters, L. L St. Petersburg February 10 

McMichael, Aileen G. ..Bradenton August 15 

McMichael, Douglas ....Tampa August 20 

McMillan, May Jacksonville July 26 

McMillen, L. P Tampa July 30 

McMuUen, C. Y Dunedin July 10 

McMullen, Edmund J. ..Tampa April 5 

McNabb, Elizabeth M. ..Miami Beach January 16 

McNabb, Pauline Miami February 17 

McNaughton, Malcolm 

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McNeil, S. E Miami September 17 

McPherson, Annie E. ..Marianna November 1 

McPheters, Everett E. ..St. Petersburg January 15 

McQuiddy, Frances 

Vivian Jacksonville November 3 

McRae, Wm. A., Jr Jacksonville July 13 

McSpadden, Isaac P Tice July 16 

McWhirter, Marie L. ..Miami May 8 

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Narowitz, Emma Tampa August 16. 1937 

Nash, G. A :.Clermont January 4, 1937 

Navarro, Oswald F Tampa December 13, 1937 

Nealey, Vera R Graceville December 27. 1937 

Neber, Wilford V Jacksonville November 27. 1937 

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Neelancl, James M Jacksonville .-January 18 

Neeley. Doris Jacksonville April 23 

Neff, Florence Orlando ...June 22 

Nelms, Ullainee Winter Haven ...March 5 

Nelson, A. S Clearwater .January 27 

Nelson, Arthur J St. Petersburg April 9 

Nelson, Dora West Palm Beach January 29 

Nelson. Edward J., Jr. ..Sanford November 14 

Nelson, J. Lucille Miami May 14 

Nelson, Janet Lusk Pensacola August 31 

Nesbitt, Bessie .-... Jacksonville ...June 26 

Nesmith, Agnes Plant City September 4 

NeSmith, Beatrice B. ..Orlando February 12 

Nesmith, Euphrosine C. Tallahassee May 27 

Nett, Mabel Irons Miami September 22 

Nettles, H. G Miami March 4 

Neumann, Opal S Miami September 21 

Nevin, Mary A Jacksonville January 26 

Nevels, Ollie Mae St. Petersburg December 6 

Newberry, B. A Winter Haven May 13 

Newberry, Earl Eraser Tampa June 8 

Newell, Azile Orlando ...April 1 

Newell, Edith M. St. Petersburg July 23 

Newell, Jno W Orlando July 19 

Newell, Sydney P Orlando October 2 

Newhart, Doris G ....Orlando ....January 22 

Newman, L Orlando October 20 

Newman, N Jacksonville ..August 13 

Newton, Izora Tallahassee November 30 

Noble, Elizabeth L Coconut Grove September 24 

Nobles, Orris ..Ft. Pierce December 6 

Noda, Helen Claire St. Augustine March 12 

Noel, Martin Tampa August 16 

Noggle, V. C Miami August 25 

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Noorman, Caroline E. ..Pensacola March 27, 1937 



Norcross C. G Babson Park February 26 

Norden, Walter S Winter Haven May 10 

Nordin, Helen M Miami January 23 

Norris, T. O Miami May 13 

North, James W Miami March 3 

Norton, J. C Tampa January 17 

Norton, Oscar H Tampa November 20 

Norton, Paul V Hastings May 2 

Norton, Stanley Jacksonville February 2 

Nottage, L. E Miami February 21 

Nowlin, C. P Miami May 3 

Nowlin, Elizabeth H. .. Pompano April 7 

Niblack, I. M Jacksonville March 28 

Niblo, Thelma Tampa ..February 16 

Nicolls, J. E Delray Beach December 1 

Nichols, Elward M Miami October 14 

Nitsche, Stanley Paul ..Miami November 5 

Nunn, Carrie Miami February 24 

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O'Brien, Kay St. Petersburg September 15 

O'Brien, R. J St. Petersburg February 24 

O'Connell, Lenora M. ..West Palm Beach June 15 

O'Conner, F. J Sanford January 3\ 

Odneal, M. E Miami May 28 

Odette, E Miami Beach December 26 

Odom, Leottie .Miami June 22 

Odom, P. H West Palm Beach ..September 20 

Odum, Wm. H Miami April 23 

Oenslager. J. W Panama City April 7 

O'Farrell, Joe Jacksonville August 17 

O'Grady. Georgia Miami Beach March 26 

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Oliver, Bess Jacksonville March 5, 1938 

Oliver. J. S Miami April 23, 1937 

Olofson, A. B. Coral Gables October 17, 1938 

Olson, E. T South Jacksonville September 27, 1937 

Olson, Helen M Miami January 30. 1937 

Olson. Ruth Miami March 3, 1938 

O'Neill, Fritzie Miami February 18, 1938 

Oney, Zena B St. Augustine September 16. 1937 

Optner, Saul Miami ...March 13, 1937 

O'Quinn, Myrtle B Clearwater March 4, 1937 

Ordway, C. F Ft. Pierce ...January 5, 1937 

Orr, Evelyn Tampa January 31. 1938 

Orr. Margaret H Miami January 21, 1937 

Orr, Merce J Miami September 20, 1938 

Orr, Harriett E Ft. Lauderdale October 13. 1938 

Osborne, J. Earle Miami F'ebruary 4, 1938 

Osgood. S. T Tampa October 22, 1938 

Oslin, Ruby W Ft. Lauderdale July 26, 1937 

Ossinsky, Louis Daytona Beach June 15, 1937 

3'Steen, L. Raymond ..Miami November 10, 1937 

Osteen, Alice G Daytona Beach April 29, 1937 

Osteen. Zeon Miami October 21. 1938 

O'Sullivan. Annie C Palm Beach December 13, 1937 

Othen, Kathleen Palm Beach December 1, 1938 

Outlaw, Daisy Jacksonville February 23, 1938 

Ovenden, Arthur E Jacksonville August 2, 1937 

Overheul. Elizabeth ....St. Petersburg January 25, 1937 

Overstreet, Beatrice D. Ft. Pierce April 22, 1938 

Overstreet, Bess H Ft. Pierce April 23. 1938 

Owen, Fred V Satsuma March 29, 1938 

Owen, W. H Miami February 5, 1937 

Owen, Zora B Miami April 28, 1938 

Owens, Edward L Miami Beach December 31, 1937 

Owens. J. J Perry February 7. 1938 

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Owens, L. L Miami February 22, 1937 

Owens, W. H Goulds September 12, 1937 

Oxford, L. D Lakeland September 13, 1937 

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Pace, Walter N Jacksonville January 11, 1938 

Pacetti, Patricia Jacksonville October 10, 1938 

Padgett, B. J Macclenny November 3, 1937 

Padgett, E. P Jacksonville March 19, 1938 

Page, L. H Miami August 21, 1937 

Paine, Sallie H Miami Beach November 28, 1938 

Palmer, A. D Wildwood July 11, 1938 

Palmer, Fred L Sarasota May 11, 1937 

Palermo, E. O Tampa July 15, 1937 

Palsgraaf, F. E Chattahoochee October 7, 1937 

Pangborn, D. E Keystone Heights April 7, 1937 

Panken, Herbert Jacksonville November 4, 1937 

Papier, Mildred E St. Petersburg November 14, 1937 

Pararo. L. L Crawfordville October 5, 1937 

Parker, B. H Miami April 19, 1937 

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hurst St. Augustine May 15, 1937 

Parker, Hazel S Arcadia August 5, 1938 

Parker, M. Ruby Pensacola November 2. 1938 

Parker, Ray L Aliami May 29, 1937 

Park, Marian T Jacksonville August 23, 1938 

Park, Mary A Tampa May 14, 1938 

Park, Ralph B Howey-in-the-Hills September 15. 1938 

Parke, C. F Jacksonville January 26, 1938 

Parks, Alma DeLand - June 28, 1937 

Parks, Elizabeth S Jacksonville May 5. 1937 

Parks, Helen Tallahassee March 9, 1937 

Parks, Lucille Sulphur Springs August 4, 1938 

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Parks, O. J \\>st Palm Reach September 21. 1937 

Parkman. Stanley — Marianna March 9. 1938 

Paris, Josephine L Miami September 24, 1937 

Parrish. Helen LaRue ..Ft. Lauderdale February 18. 1938 

Parrish. Mattie Lake City - August 9, 1938 

Parrish, Stanley K Pompano March 2. 1938 

Parrish, W. A. Marathon April 12, 1937 

Parrott, Charlotte M. ..Orlando April 9, 1938 

Parsons, Kenyon Jacksonville September 3. 1937 

Partak, Albert Perdeck kiami July 3. 1937 

Pate. Martha AVinter Haven April 19. 1937 

Patishall, W. A Orlando December 9. 1938 

Patrick, Wyatt H Tampa November 2. 1937 

Patten. A. H Miami October 30. 1937 

Patton. Ellinora M Tampa , January 31. 1938 

Patterson, A. J Miami April 14. 1938 

Patterson. John, Jr Tallahassee August 26, 1937 

Patterson, Lucile B Orlando May 2. 1938 

Pattillo, James L Port Orange October 2. 1937 

Payne, David O Lakeland August 5. 1937 

Payne, Herbert F Miami March 18, 1938 

Paynther, Mattie L Jacksonville February 9. 1938 

Peabody. P. B Miami January 30. 1937 

Peacock. H. Blaine Tampa June 14, 1937 

Peacock, T. Clay ...Tampa May 2. 1938 

Peaden. L. B Chipley January 9, 1937 

Peak. Doris J Tarpon Springs July 9. 1937 

Peak, W. C Tarpon Springs January 22, 1938 

Pearce. Mary Miami July 16, 1938 

Pearce. Morrison St. Petersburg April 15. 1938 

Pearl, M. J Jacksonville October 1. 1938 

Pearlman. Constance Z. Miami ]\Iarch 19. 1938 

Pearson. C. B.. Jr Sarasota August 23. 1938 

Pearson. Georgia L Tampa August 14, 1937 

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Pearson. I. T Miami May 3 

Pease, A. M St. Petersburg February 18 

Pease, G. S Jacksonville June 13 

Pease, Oscar E Tampa January 10 

Pecarek, Helen Clearwater November 9 

Peck, Edith Clearwater July 31 

Peck, Helen S Sebring July 22 

Peck, Olin S Hollywood March 4 

Peebles, Fred T Dunedin June 27 

Peebles, Ruth Myrtle Grove November 8 

Peele, Cornelia S Sarasota January 6 

Peeler, J. A Jacksonville February 16 

Pederson, S. S Coral Gables November 26 

Pegram, J. H Leesburg August 18 

Pelaez, Julio Tampa April 25 

Pellett, Guy N New Smyrna : August 18 

Pencke, Louise Miami June 17 

Pender, Grace E Greenwood April 19 

Penn, Ilah D Jacksonville November 28 

Penney, Kathleen Miami September 25 

Pennington, Clyde H. ..Miami September 16 

Pennington, Theodosia 

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Pentreath, Edith C Miami February 15 

Pepper, Helen B Jacksonville Ooctober 27 

Percy, Walter W West Palm Beach ....December 17 

Perdue, 'Lucile Sarasota November 25 

Perez, Clark D Miami March 11 

Perez, Josephine Tampa September 24 

Pergola. Chas. J Jacksonville August 13 

Perkins, Eugene, Jr Tallahassee December 7 

Perkins, Ralph W Miami May 6 

Perkins, S. M Miami February 12 

Permenter, Gail M Jacksonville March 30 

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Perry, Eloise Miami March 17 

Perry. H. P Manatee ..-.- March 15 

Perry. R. A Orlando -- - May 7 

Peters. Chas. M St. Petersburg November 3 

Peters, C. S Century February 10 

Peters, Edna M St. Petersburg February 5 

Peters, Juanita H St. Petersburg July 9 

Peters, Opal N Daytona Beach December 9 

Peterson, C. A Miami October 7 

Petteway, C. G Gulf Hammock ....September 7 

Petteway, Frances R. ..Lakeland October 7 

Peyton. Virginia T Jacksonville December 27 

Pfeiffer, D. L Pensacola June 29 

Pfeiffer. Herbert Pensacola November 15 

Phelan, Katherine M. ..Miami August 28 

Phelps. James Orlando February 16 

Philibert, Edna M Miami February 3 

Phillipoff. Margaret L. Coral Gables November 25 

Philips, Lillian Tallahassee December 4, 

Philips, Louise Tampa September 23 

Phillips, Doris Pahokee May 3 

Phillips, Jaye Juanita ..Tampa July 31 

Phillips. Joe M Miami March 10 

Phillips, Louie L St. Petersburg May 7 

Phillips. Virginia S Tampa November 21 

Philpot. Richard E Tampa June 2 

Pickle, F. W Miami February 26 

Pierce. A. B West Palm Beach June 21 

Pierce. Edwin Auburndale November 8 

Pierce, Fin L Coconut Grove January 21 

Pierce. G. A Eustis July 11 

Pierce. Geo. A Jacksonville September 24 

Pierce, Walter Tampa May 10 

Pike, R. W Miami June 2 

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Pile, Joseph R Miami April 18 

Pillard. Lee W Miami April 30 

Pillsbury, Charles H. . ..Jacksonville September 25 

Pincus, Samuel St. Augustine May 18 

Pinkham, E. Louise ....Miami May 30 

Pinkoson, Joseph St. Augustine April 29 

Pinney, C. P Pensacola November 3 

Pipkin, Luther N Mulberry ^ February 14 

Pippin, Mozelle Chipley February 15 

Pita, Albert P Key West April 14 

Pitman, Helen Pensacola April 27 

Pitman, R. W Malone July 12 

Pittman, Reba Marianna November 12 

Pittman, Thyra Orlando January 4 

Pittard, Lavonia West Palm Beach January 11 

Pitts, Phoebe Wassau March 15 

Plant, Edna Jacksonville February 23 

Plant, Thaddie P West Palm Beach ....December 26 

Piatt, Estelle S Everglades October 7 

Piatt, Hattie Live Oak April 7 

Polhamus, Catherine B. West Palm i Beach ...January 14 

Pollard, James Stewart Lakeland August 15 

Policy, Myrtella Clearwater February 19 

Pollock, Anne Pope Miami April 20 

Pollock, Gladys E Miami February 4 

Ponder, Blanche J Tampa March 11 

Pooser, Eleanor Lake Wales Jwly 15- 

P'Pool, Lillian Orlando September 13 

Pope, E. M Jacksonville September 1 

Pope, J. C Madison September 22 

Pope, L. Larry Loughman November 9 

Pope, Robert P Bartow January 11 

Poppleton, Josephine ....Tampa September 13 

Porch, C. E Pensacola March 8 

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Porter, Hildegard Jacksonville December 21, 1937 

Porter, Mary J Miami January 15, 1938 

Porter, Sadie West Palm Beach August 2, 1937 

Post, Chas. A ^liami March 31, 1938 

Poston, M. D Monticello January 8, 1937 

Pottsdamer, E. A Tallahassee March 9, 1937 

Potter, M. E., Mrs Tampa September 3, 1938 

Potter, M. G Bushnell December 10, 1938 

Potter, May E Miami July 27, 1938 

Potter, W. N Bushnell May 13, 1938 

Pounds. James D ...Winter Garden February 25, 1937 

Powell, D. Lee Miami Beach January 18, 1937 

Powell, Katherine Jacksonville October 30, 1937 

Powell, L. G Miami February 24, 1938 

Powell, Lloyd C Crestview February 5, 1937 

Pratt, Elizabeth B Miami August 1, 1938 

Pratt, L. L Panama City February 4, 1937 

Pratt, Lawton L Jacksonville January 26, 1937 

Prescott, R. C West Palm Beach June 10, 1937 

Presnell, Virginia West Palm iBeach ....January 28, 1938 

Press, Carl A Miami '. October 10, 1938 

Preston, B. S Cross City July 18, 1938 

Preston, J. E Palatka June 6, 1938 

Prevatt, I. O Jacksonville February 6, 1937 

Prevo, Reatha Miami September 16, 1938 

Price, Alma F Sarasota November 22. 1937 

Price, G. T Gainesville July 23, 1938 

Price, M. A St. Petersburg March 1, 1937 

Price, W. K., Jr Orlando January 19, 1937 

Pridgeon, E. C Wewahitchka ...January 20, 1937 

Priem, Gladys M Wauchula Decen^er 131, 1937 

Priest, Mildred Stuart December 5, 1938 

Priest, Alton G Fort McCoy December 8, 1938 

Prim, Charley Laney ....Melbourne November 8, 1937 

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Prince, John Wm Naples December 3 

Prinz, Marguerite L Tavares November 5 

Privett, Alta Jacksonville January 22 

Probasco, L. H Tampa April 27 

Proctor, Edward Lake Worth October 27 

Prophet, Mildred E Plant City August 14 

Prosser, C. S Miami December 19 

Prosser, C. S.. Jr St. Petersburg October 10 

Prosser, Ted C Leesburg November 19 

Protsman, Madalen Miami May 10 

Prowse, Harry M Miami June 24 

Pruitt, E. S Lakeland October 31 

Pryor, Mary W Tampa ....February 13 

Pryor, William C Fort Walton October 31 

Puckett, Azalee West Palm Beach ....January 29 

Pughsley, Preston M. ..Tampa July 15 

Purifoy, John Blountstown January 22 

Purnell, Agnes M Miami Beach February 19 

Purvis, J. M Lakeland August 12 

Putnam, A. W Fort Lauderdale January 6 

Putnam, Worcester St. Petersburg November 8 

Pyle, Robert R Miami December 3 

Pyles, J. E Miami July 7 

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Ouattlebaum, J. C Mcintosh .August 2 

Quattlebaum, Mary Miami August 19 

Queipo, Joe, Jr Tampa November 15 

Queen, W. S St. Petersburg April 20 

Quina, I. C Pensacola December 18 

Quinn, M. I Miami November 26, 

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Race, Fannie B Winter Haven April 20. 1937 

Radcliffe, K. B Pensacola July 24, 1937 

Radcliffe, A. S Tampa November 9, 1937 

Ragg, W. W Tampa February 6, 1938 

Ragland, Benetta H Daytona Beach December 8, 1938 

Rahner, C. V Haines City November 20, 1937 

Raidle, A. E Lake Worth January 25, 1938 

Rambler, Joseph T Coral Gables March 10, 1937 

Rambo, Rilla A Orlando June 25, 1938 

Ramer, Rex J Baldwin March 12, 1938 

Ramsey, Carrie L Miami March 11, 1937 

Ramsey, Ernest A Key West November 22, 1938 

Ramsey, George J Coral Gables November 5, 1937 

Ramsey, Lyle C Daytona Beach September 15, 1937 

Randall, W. S Sarasota March 2, 1938 

Randolph, Myron Miami December 23, 1938 

Rankin, Lucille Tampa April 29, 1937 

Rasco, Glynn O Miami Beach June 13, 1938 

Rasdale, E. A Tampa June 11, 1938 

Rathff, C. T Wauchula June 11, 1937 

Raulerson, Grace Tallahassee May 26, 1937 

Rauzin, Albert Miami August 15. 1938 

Rawls, Alick B Jacksonville February 11, 1938 

Rawls, B. H High Springs January 19, 1938 

Ray. Frank P Miami February 15. 1938 

Ray, L. G Jacksonville August 1. 1938 

Ray, Margaret Pensacola .August 19, 1938 

Ray, William J Bradenton _. March 30. 1938 

Raye, Lois Jacksonville October 2, 1938 

Reaves, Annie Laurie ..Miami April 24, 1937 

Reaves, Chas. K Tampa July 9, 1938 

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Rebozo, A. J Miami December 1, 1938 

Rebozo, Eleanor Miami December 8, 1938 

Redelsbeimer, W. M. ..Miami December 4, 1937 

Redmer, E. C Lake Worth July 19, 1937 

Reed, Frank A Jacksonville June 21.1937 

Reed, G. P. Miami November 5, 1937 

Reed, L. D DeLand June 28. 1937 

Reed, Mariana Tampa December 27, 1938 

Reed, Mildred R Orlando August 6, 1937 

Reed, Ted Jacksonville February 8, 1938 

Reeder, James P Miami April 19. 1937 

Reeves, J. D Miami August 9, 1937 

Reel, Watson Sanford November 14, 1938 

Rees, Syd L Jacksonville March 15, 1938 

Reese, E. B St. Petersburg April 5, 1938 

Reese. T. T., Jr West Palm Beach ....February 19. 1938 

Register, Sam G Foley April 6. 1938 

Reid. Gladys Clearwater October 10, 1937 

Reid. J. B Miami Beach May 22, 1937 

Reid. Madge F West Palm Beach January 1, 1937 

Reina, Antonio Tampa February 15, 1937 

Reiter, G. R Miami January 24, 1938 

Rempe, Janice M Miami Beach October 20, 1938 

Remynse, Fred W Jacksonville February 27, 1938 

Renshaw, Zoe P Miami Beach September 11, 1937 

Renson, Ernest Miami September 2. 1937 

Renuart, A. O Coral Gables April 8, 1937 

Rey, Margaret E Tampa April 20, 1937 

Reynolds, E. H Miami September 8. 1938 

Rhoads, B Miami September 16, 1938 

Rice, Fred P Jacksonville October 12. 1938 

Rice, G. J St. Petersburg March 27, 1937 

Rice, Garland B Jacksonville December 12, 1938 

Richard, E. J Pensacola June 14, 1937 

Richard, E. N Sulphur Springs July 9, 1937 



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Richard, Gurvis J Sulphur Springs October 1 

Richards Lyda Grant May 15 

Richards, Ralph E Clearwater August 24 

Richardson. Alice Orlando September 30 

Richardson, Evelyn Miami February 10 

Richardson, Ruby Tallahassee January 11 

Richardson, Tom DeLand February 10 

Riddle, Carlton Miami December 2 

Ridinger, E. G St. Petersburg December 23 

Ridolf, E. A Miami July 12 

Ridolf, J. William, Jr. Miami December 17 

Rienhart, Ruth E St. Petersburg February 11 

Riette, Louis E Jacksonville November 2 

Rifas, Evelyn Miami August 12 

Riggs. Ina Everglades June 11 

Riles, Patrick A St. Augustine October 30 

Riley, Geo. P Jacksonville July 29 

Riley, James I Belle Glade March 4 

Riley, R. R Jasper June 10 

Ring, John Miami June 18 

Ripley, Wayne E Jacksonville September 9 

Rivers, A. P Lake City March 2 

Rivers, Thomas J Green Cove Springs June 7 

Robarts, Mary Lake City April 10 

Robbins, lona Pensacola June 16 

Robbins, James N St. Petersburg September 12 

Robbins, M. Marvel ....West Palm Beach May 27 

Robbins. V. T Miami June 18^ 

Roden, Thos Fort Pierce October 19 

Roberts, Courtney R St. Petersburg August 23 

Roberts, D. E Worthington Springs July 8 

Roberts, Edith West Palm Beach January 17 

Roberts, Elizabeth Tallahassee August 13 

Roberts, Ernest P Homestead October 1 

Roberts, F. M Pensacola February 18 



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Roberts. Kathleen Key West December 6. 1937 

Roberts, M. E Miami June 11. 1938 

Roberts, Mary A Bristol July 10. 1937 

Roberts. Mildred West Palm Beach January 23, 1937 

Roberts. Ralph K Jacksonville October 13. 1938 

Roberts, Rubye L Cross City December 5. 1938 

Roberts, Sylvia V Miami February 14. 1938 

Robertson, C. D Dunellon March 7, 1938 

Roberston. D. C St. Petersburg April 6, 1937 

Robertson, Keith Live Oak August 8. 1938 

Robertson, Thelma Miami July 1. 1938 

Robertson, Thetis B Live Oak ..- December 23. 1938 

Robinson, B Miami August 4, 1937 

Robinson, Betty Ft. Lauderdale April 3, 1937 

Robinson, Ellwood R. .Jacksonville ]\Iay 18. 1938 

Robinson, Eunice Panama City February 15. 1938 

Robinson, George G Jacksonville January 28, 1937 

Robinson, Jack L Daytona Beach April 24, 1937 

Robinson, K. A Hollywood January 6. 1938 

Robinson, Scott W Jacksonville September 16, 1938 

Robinson, William S. .Jacksonville Jul}' 7, 1938 

Roch, Carl H Tampa January 11. 1938 

Roche, John B Jacksonville April 10. 1938 

Roche, Margaret A Tampa May 25. 1938 

Roddey, L. E Miami April 23, 1937 

Roesch, Ada C Clermont December 8, 1937 

Rodgers. J. H St. Petersburg August 20. 1937 

Rodgers, R. L Clearwater October 15. 1937 

Roe. C. W Clermont March 13, 1937 

Rogers, Anne V Miami April. 5, 1938 

Rogers, E. W Jacksonville January 28, 1938 

Rogers, Grace West Palm Beach January 20, 1937 

Rogers, M. S Jacksonville November 28.1938 

Rogers, Margaret L Miami December 17, 1938 

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Rogers, Julien C Ft. Myers January 21 

Rogers, Lyman Wright Miami November 15 

Rogers, M. M Miami February 25 

Rogers. W. H Jacksonville July 3 

Roll, Philip A Panama City June 3 

Romedy, Ralph C Jacksonville September 29 

Ronon, Catherine Miami March 19 

Rood, Joseph Miami March 19 

Rorem, Edward E Miami January 19 

Rosborough, G. L Jacksonville April 27 

Rose, Lucile Miami April 23 

Rose, Muriel Tallahassee .-June 23 

Rosenberg, Morris Miami July 22 

Rosenblatt, Rose Jacksonville October 14, 

Rosendorff, S. H Miami Beach December 27 

Rosenhouse, Annie Miami January 8 

Rosenthal, Mark Miami May 22 

Ross, Arnold A Miami March 18 

Ross, E. Gay St. Petersburg May 12 

Ross, E. R Williston June 15 

Ross, George E Miami May 29 

Ross. H. E Miami April 1 

Ross, Julian E Ft. Lauderdale October 11 

Ross, Tom Jacksonville May 20 

Ross, Walter S St. Petersburg April 9 

Roth, H. N Orlando July 18 

Rotureau, Chase M Tampa October 11 

Rountree, A. J Lake City February 16 

Rountree, Cecil A Chipley March 19 

Rousseau, James B St. Augustine April 17 

Routh, Wayne G Miami February 6 

Ronton, F. J Little River (Miami) October 13 

Rowan, J. M Quincy May 4 

Rowe, H. S So. Jacksonville December 27 

Rowe, Lettie E Ft. Lauderdale March 7 

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Rowland, E. L DeLand February 20 

Roux, A. J Orlando December 22 

Roy, Walter Pensacola March 24 

Rubley, J. E Jacksonville November 2 

Ruediger, Lillian Tallahassee March 10 

Ruegg, Marie B Oldsmar February 12 

Rufly, Lewis O Ft. Pierce January 28 

Rumsey, Cynthia Arcadia -.. February 4 

Ruppert, Dorothy West Palm Beach June 24 

Rushin, Sara St. Petersburg ...February 5 

Russell, B. E Jacksonville February 12 

Russell, Georgie W St. Petersburg September 26 

Russell, Stella B Jacksonville December 28 

Russey, R. E Miami December 9 

Rutherford, Ira Jacksonville March 4 

Rutland, L. \A' Williston ...February 11 

Ryden, Victor F St. Petersburg November 5 

Ryals, Kate High Springs March 4 

Ryals, W. A Ponce de Leon April 18 

Ryan, Genevieve M Dania November 2 

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Safanowitz, Lewis Miami May 8, 1937 

Sage, Fred K Tarpon Springs November 26. 1938 

Sain, AUyne Miami Beach September 10, 1937 

St. Amand, Vita Miami March 17. 1938 

St. John, \'incent S Callahan May 13, 1938 

Sale, EHzabeth Madison March 4. 1938 

Sale, J. C Bronson March 12, 1938 

Sales, Nathan Miami December 25, 1938 



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Salinas. Joseph J. Tampa December 11 

Salisbury, J. W West Palm Beach May 6 

Salley, Clelia P Jacksonville April 7 

Salley, George H Aliami April 9 

Salt, Irma Miami January 7 

Sampley, Julia May Jacksonville May 4 

Sams, Harry H New Smyrna October 20 

Sanchez, A. T Tampa September 13 

Sanchez, D. H Tampa - October 10 

Sanchez, Ernestine Pensacola September 9 

Sanchez, Philip Pensacola February 8 

Sanders, Bonnie ...Lake City January 4 

Sanders, J. B Tallahassee October 23 

Sanders, Marie Miami September 28 

Sanderson, C. W Miami February 12 

Sanderson, E. E Ft. Pierce June 16 

Sandvick, Aili Jacksonville January 28 

Sangerman. Virginia ....Miami Beach August 14 

Sansbury, A. L Pensacola May 6 

Sapp, Fred R Miami May 19 

Sapp, Gloria K Tampa March 1 

Sapp, H. P Panama City ..April 6 

Sappenfield, R. E Miami January 18 

Sarra, H. C Pensacola October 21 

Sartain, Margaret Lakeland September 24 

Sater, Nathan Miami Beach ...August 12 

Satterwhite. J. Lem ....Bradenton January 4 

Sauers, Harry L., Jr. ..St. Petersburg December 6 

Sauls, Elsie South Miami August 16 

Sauls, Randy Tallahassee March 25 

Sauls. Thekla Fort Pierce August 5 

Saunders, C. L Green Cove Springs ....October 13 

Saunders, Gerald Key West August 13 

Saunders, Ila Audrey ..Gainesville April 8 

Saunders, J. R Sebring August 28 



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Saunders, P. J., Jr Jacksonville September 1 

Saussy, Fred T., Jr Tampa October 11 

Sawyer, Eugenia Miami February 25 

Sawyer, S. T Bradenton Beach January 1 

Savelle. H. M Pensacola May 31 

Sayner, R. E Pensacola September 23 

Scaglione, Peter P Tampa i\Iay 24 

Scanlon, Marye A Jacksonville February 2 

Scarboro, William T. ..Live Oak October 6 

Scarborough, J. W Jacksonville August 21 

Scarburgh, Anne Coral Gables February 3 

Schambeau, Gerald V. ..Pensacola December 27 

Schario, S. C ]Miami January 29 

Scheel, W. R Jacksonville November 19 

Scell, Alice G Fort Myers January 13 

Schell, Victor C Tampa October 18 

Schenck, Arthur C Wauchula January 6 

Schaefer, A. E Miami June 17 

Schleicher, Marguerite Miami Beach November 15 

Schnabl, Helen Jacksonville June 30 

Schneider, Adeline Titusville January 15 

Schnider, Marguerite L. Miami May 7 

Schockley, Ruth West Palm Beach March 1 

Scholtes, Agnes N Jacksonville August 1 

Schonbrun, Louis Tampa July 30 

Schuyler, W. L Miami March 10 

Schulstad, O. L Tampa March 12 

Schultz, Cassandra Sanford May 2 

Schuh, Charles J St. Petersburg November 21 

Schulz, Raymond F Lake Worth October 14 

Schumpert, Josephine ..Jacksonville December 20 

Schroeder, G. A Lakeland March 18 

Schroeder, Paul Miami January 26 

Schwartz, S. E Miami Beach March 19 

Schwarzkopf, Louis ....Miami Beach March 25 



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Schwingen, Elmer W. ..Aliami June 3 1937 

Scott, Clifford F Fort Pierce July 25, 1938 

Scott, Gertrude E DeLand - - August 23, 1938 

Scott, H. R Daytona Beach January 31, 1938 

Scott, M. F Miami December 27, 1937 

Scott, Meryl Rigdon ....Fort Pierce April 9, 1938 

Scott, Nola B Miami July 30, 1937 

Scott, Roy St. Petersburg April 10, 1938 

Scott, William H St. Petersburg November 19. 1938 

Scoville, Helen E Miami November 27, 1937 

Scruggs, John F Spring Park, 

So. Jacksonville May 22, 1937 

Scruggs, S. L Gainesville September 2, 1937 

Seacole, W. E Eustis January 6, 1938 

Seal, Ella C St. Petersburg November 20, 1937 

Sears, Geo. W South Jacksonville November 8. 1937 

Sedgwick, Ralph Vero Beach ....October 25, 1937 

Segall, Samuel Miami February 2. 1938 

Seidel, George Miami April 15, 1938 

Selby, Vivien Miami August 4, 1938 

Selden, R. L Daytona Beach May 19. 1938 

Seldner, Edwin W Jacksonville October 26, 1938 

Self, Lucille W Jacksonville June 13. 1938 

Sellars, James P DeFuniak Springs June 10, 1937 

Sellars, Rubye Orlando November 10, 1937 

Sellers, M White Springs February 14. 1938 

Sellers, Wilbur H ^Jacksonville June 28, 1938 

Selman. Verdie Jacksonville July 28. 1938 

Selmar, Frank St. Petersburg May 10. 1937 

Selser, Will Lindsey ....Gainesville November 16, 1938 

Selter, Vivian St. Petersburg December 28. 1937 

Senn. Edward J Winter Haven June 27, 1938 

Seton, J. G Jacksonville December 12, 1937 

Settle, Mary E Clermont November 8, 1937 

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Sewell, H. B Starke May 8 

Seymour, David R Groveland March 25 

Seymour, Shirley Miami Beach .-. July 9 

Shackelton, H. H Jacksonville Beach ..September 12 

Shannon, L. M Gainesville April 12 

Sharit, W. G South Jacksonville July 10 

Sharman. Hazel M Miami May 12 

Sharon, J. D Freeport November 14 

Sharp, Grace L Orlando July 21 

Sharp, L. W High Springs September 26 

Sharp. Lemuel Jacksonville March 22 

Shaver, Evelyn Lakeland March 9 

Shaver, F. I Jacksonville October 16 

Shaw, Chas. R Miami September 11 

Shaw, L. C. - St. Petersburg February 10 

Shaw, Marilee Miami May 28 

Shawn. C. M Miami April 3 

Shay. E. H Jacksonville January 21 

Sheehan, J. B ..Jacksonville January 19 

Sheffield, S. A. Chipley November 14 

Sheldon, Raymond Tampa September 27 

Shelley. E. J. ...-- Clewiston January 18 

Shelnutt, O. R Tampa March 2 

Shelton, Eunice Wauchula April 7 

Shelton, George (Miss^ Palm Beach March 1 

Shelton, Margie N Tampa .'.. May 13 

Shepard, Lee C., Jr. . St. Petersburg December 10 

Shepard. Leland C. ... Coral (jables July 19 

Shepard, M. V Miami November 5 

Shepard, Raymond E. .Miami December 2 

Shepard. C. H. Avon Park April 18 

Shepard, Tna G. Miami December 23 

Sheppard, Elizabeth C. Ft. Myers February 8 

Sheppard. Virginia Fort Myers September 30 

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Sherman, F. W. Jacksonville November 26, 1937 

Sherron, Letha Hollywood January 30, 1937 

Shields, Eleanor Norris Miami July 9, 1938 

Shine, F. H Orlando August 10, 1938 

Shoemaker, Josie L Jacksonville December 13, 1937 

Shoemaker, R. M Clearwater January 21, 1938 

Shoemaker. Ruth Kyle Ft. Myers August 16, 1937 

Shofner, Joe Galliver May 19, 1938 

Sholtz, Carl Miami March 12, 1938 

Sholtz, Rosalie Palm Beach March 11, 1937 

Short, G. R Miami Beach May 20, 1937 

Shoupe, A. H Lake Worth August 15, 1938 

Shuey, J. E Miami ..February 4, 1938 

Shuler, J. A Apalachicola IMarch 5, 1937 

Shull, Martha Melbourne April 7, 1938 

Shunk, D. C Jacksonville May 9, 1938 

Shrigley, Bessie L Winter Haven October 7, 1938 

Siers, John S St. Petersburg May 10, 1938 

Silas, D. E Miami September 23, 1937 

Silcox, E. M Jacksonville June 29, 1938 

Siler, Virginia M St. Petersburg July 16, 1937 

Sills, Eunice Miami November 10, 1938 

Sills, V. W Miami December 19. 1938 

Silva. Willard C Tampa August 2, 1937 

Silvers, Olive Tampa December 17, 19v38 

Simard, N. Oliver St. Petersburg April 23, 1937 

Simerick, Leah Miami Beach December 9, 1938 

Simon. Besse Miami May 14, 1938 

Simmon. J. H Tampa January 20, 1938 

Simmons, A. C Ft. Pierce June 18, 1937 

Simmons, Burdette E. ..Miami September 2, 1938 

Simmons, Guy L Jacksonville September 12, 1938 

Simmons, L. W Munson March 19, 1938 

Simpkins, E. G Jacksonville November 16, 1937 

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Sims, Mattie Z Miami September 24 

Simpson, E. P Jacksonville April 17 

Simpson, Frances P. ..Pensacola July 24 

Simpson, J. Rae Jacksonville March 12 

Simpson, O. M Mount Dora December 9 

Simpson, R. B Miami April 10 

Sinclair, Robert St. Petersburg. February 2 

Sindlinger, Louis J Miami November 17 

Sineath, Ila Jacksonville September 14 

Singeltary, George L. ..Leesburg September 9 

Sinnes, Dolores M Miami February 26 

Sinot, W. J West Palm Beach ....December 30 

Sipprell, Murray Florahome November 9 

Skiles, Howard G., Jr. ..Daytona Beach February 18 

Skipper, Gordon Ocala December 13 

Skipper, Velo Jacksonville February 12 

Skornschek, F. J Tampa April 27 

Slade, Elizabeth Jacksonville May 8 

Slappey. H. W Havana March 11 

Slater, Chas. F Dade City April 24 

Slaughter, Bessie Lee ..Jacksonville October 19 

Sley, V. H Lake Hamilton January 21 

Sloan, D. P., Jr Orlando February 14 

Sloan, Maude W. Tampa June 21 

Smalley. H. Earl Miami May 20 

Smalley, Helen R Ft. Lauderdale September 16 

Smathers, George A Miami November 4 

Smith, A. B Tampa November 26, 

Smith, A. E Cottondale November 9 

Smith, A. H Miami April 29 

Smith, A. H Orlando August 12 

Smith. Ada M ....St. Petersburg June 2 

Smith, Alba Bright Miami ■. September 30 

Smith, Alice M Orlando February 15 

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C. E Key West November 9 

C. J Sanford March 30 

C. Lee Lakeland August 16 

C. N Tampa -October 9 

Charles Winston New Smyrna March 1 

Claude H Marianna ,September 7 

Cuyler V Orlando November 15 

D. D Sanford May 23 

Dorothy A West Palm Beach January 29 

E. Elton Chattahoochee February 12 

G. E Miami September 14 

Geo. W Jacksonville October 8 

Grace Eustis May 8 

H Orlando September 27 

Hannah Miami November 10 

J. G Newberry January 12 

James W Ft. Lauderdale March 31 

Joe Hill Madison November 22 

Jettie Pearl Bushnell September 9 

Josephine C Clearwater February 22 

Lena R Tallahassee November 1 

Lloyd Jacksonville January 12 

Lorin B St. Petersburg July 28 

Marion E Jacksonville March 1 

Mary E Miami June 25 

Mason Haines City January 21 

Maxie Jacksonville February 28 

Mildred F Miami August 21 

Norma Dell Miami April 8 

Norman A Daytona Beach November 15 

O. L Ft. Lauderdale October 7 

R. L Daytona Beach March 5 

R. P Jacksonville December 5 

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Smith, T. L Daytona Beach January 12 

Smith, V. S Pinetta August 21 

Smith, Vera M Miami January 20 

Smith, W. Homer DeLand April 17 

Smith, William B Miami Springs May 5 

Smith, Wilham M., Jr. ..Williston November 21 

Smith, Willis A Kissimmee November 10 

Smith, Winifred M Miami Springs November 4 

Smith, Zella N Miami April 19 

Smitter, Grace J Tampa October 31 

Smoak, H. E Haines City February 3 

Smock, Thelma Miami Beach January 6 

Snead, Brilla M Jacksonville April 14 

Snell, M. R Fort Myers October 11 

Sniffen, Burt Miami January 21 

Snook, Floyd R Lakeland May 12 

Snow, A. M., Jr Tampa August 14 

Snovvden, George S. Jr. Miami December 9 

Snowdon, Tom L Jacksonville December 10 

Snyder, E. L Ghuluota July 13 

Snyder, Frances Ft. Lauderdale May 21 

Snyder, Lynn Coconut Grove April 19 

Sohmers, Mary R Tampa July 20 

Sohn, Edna Clearwater October 1 

Soil, Henrietta West Palm Beach ..November 29 

SoUee. Arthur N Jacksonville July 15 

Sommer, Selda Miami December 22 

Somerville, Eva A Boynton March 22 

Somerville, Wm. P Boynton April 19 

Somp, Cornelia E St. Petersburg June 1 

Sondermose, Emma ....Miami May 12 

Southard, M. E Clearwater November 17 

Southern, Louise Miami April 3 

Southward, Ira E Sanford April 11 

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Spain, Frank O IMiami February 19 

Spann, Brooks Belle Glade January 3 

Sparks, Marie C Miami November 12 

Sparks, Myrtella Clearwater December 19 

Spaun, L. B Lakeland December 18 

Spear, M. P ..Port St. Joe September 14 

Speckert, Herman Homestead March 25 

Spencer, Edythe H Haines City ' October 18 

Spencer, G. W., Jr Sanford - January 31 

Spicola, C. G Tampa February 5 

Spiesberger, Alayer Miami Beach January 6 

Spinks, D. L Lakeland September 15 

Spires, Albert C Miami September 1 

Spires, L. W New Smyrna Beach November 15 

Spitzer, Beulah M Miami July 2 

Sprague, Henry Hollywood December 27 

Springer, Helen M Miami April 23 

Springer, I. H. Daytona Beach April 10 

Sprott, Arthur R Delray Beach February 17 

Sproul. Stetson O West Palm Beach January 30 

Spuck, Frederic Miami Beach October 1 

Stackhouse, Ruth V St. Augustine -July 9 

Stafford. Forney B. ....Jacksonville March 27 

Stafford, Mary L Miami February 27 

Stakely, W. T Sneads November 12 

Stallings. J. T. -.... Winter Haven April 15 

Stallings, O. M Tampa March 17 

Stanback, C. L Miami June 17 

Stanfill, H. M Bartow November 4 

Stanford, Effie Arcadia July 11 

Stanford, H. McC Ft. Lauderdale December 20 

Staninger, John C Jacksonville April 21 

Stanley, Lucy G Jacksonville July 20 

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Stanton, Velma V Miami March 11 

Stanaland. Gladys Ocala March 18 

Staples, Ruth L Orlando November 14 

Stapp, Hallie Tarpon Springs October 17 

Stark, Gertrude P Jacksonville August 12 

Starnes. Jonnie Fort Myers June 27 

Starry. Weldon G Tallahassee April 9 

Staten, Margaret Orlando January 2 

Steedly, H. F Lake Wales May 14 

Steele, Naomi West Palm Beach October 28 

Steele, Oscar Milton February 18 

Steeves, Hartley A Jacksonville May 9, 

Stegeman, Otto C Miami February 12 

Steinhardt, Morris H. ..Miami Beach June 20 

Steinmeyer, F. E.. Jr. ..Tallahassee June 18 

Stelling. J. H Daytona Beach March 8 

Stembridge. Henry N. ..Bartow November 1 

Stephens, Elizabeth Miami December 9 

Stephens. G. P Jacksonville August 12 

Stephens. Joan Brooksville February 11 

Stephens. Marie Jacksonville May 3 

Sterman, A. J Miami Beach October 7 

Stetson, Frank K Ft. Pierce January 21 

Stevens, Clara Wood ....St. Petersburg September 9 

Stevens, Ethel M St. Petersburg March 8 

Stevens, Gladys St. Augustine February 15 

Stevens. Huberta B Dade City April 24 

Stevenson. G. A Deerfield December 14 

Stewart, Emma R Palmetto March 22 

Stewart. Frank B Melrose February 18 

Stewart. Margaret Jacksonville March 17 

Stewart, Mildred S West Palm Beach August 8 

Stewart. Paul D Miami Beach April 23 

Stewart, Ruby St. Petersburg June 3 

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Stewart, Virginia Miami December 11 

Stiefel, E. Marshall Orlando ..May 19 

Stiles, Mary M Jacksonville March 23 

Stiling, Edward Florida City April 14 

Stirling, Walter Wm. ..Ft. Lauderdale July 18 

Stith, Florence Coral Gables December 30 

Stocking, Irene A Orlando February 23 

Stockwell, C. L Eustis April 19 

Stokes, Henry D Ocala March 6 

Stokes, E. M Tampa August 18 

Stokes, J. T Ocala October 7 

Stoller, Leon Miami Beach March 4 

Stone, Charles M Jacksonville April 13 

Stone, E. Ray Ocala August 16 

Stone, Perry Miami Beach October 6 

Storm, Miles F Winter Haven November 25 

Stoudenmire, C. A DeLand April 9 

Stout, C. B DeLand .^.. August 16 

Stovall, Ethel M Jacksonville January 6 

Stovall, W. Guy Ft. Lauderdale November 12 

Strayhorn, Norwood R. Ft. Myers June 8 

Streety, Valentina Lutz May 21 

Stringer, Maxine Sarasota January 5 

Stripling, E. P Jacksonville ^ May 3 

Strong, Grace E Miami June 21 

Stroup, Charles Tampa January 23 

Struppa, H. I Miami November 4 

Stuart, Aieleen Miami October 1 

Stuart, Margaret D Tampa March 24 

Stuart, Nancy J Mount Dora January 29 

Stubbs, A. C Tavares August 9 

Stubbs, J. J Punta Gorda May 10 

Stubbs, J. C Jacksonville April 2 

Stuckie. Helen L Orlando May 19 

Studstill, Elizabeth West Palm Beach ..November 18 



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Sturm, W. F Ft. Pierce February 8. 1938 

Sturrock, May West Palm Beach March 11, 1937 

Sullivan, A. A Vero Beach _ March 4, 1937 

Sullivan, Thos. J Miami November 23. 1937 

Summers, R. G Orlando November 12, 1937 

Summersill, Lester Mayo December 16, 1937 

Summitt, L. R Shamrock August 7, 1937 

Sumner, Evelyn Tampa September 29, 1937 

Surrency, C. M Jacksonville A^'ovember 2, 1938 

Surrency, H. H Gainesville March 19, 1937 

Sutton, A. S Orlando November 5. 1937 

Sutton, Lois Palm Harbor March 17, 1938 

Sutton, Richard D. Jacksonville September 2, 1937 

Svacina, Ellen ....Clearwater February 23, 1938 

Swan, Lawton St. Petersburg May 12, 1937 

Swan, Mary M St. Petersburg May 1, 1938 

Swanger, John D Tampa May 19. 1938 

Swanson, Carl A Jacksonville September 30, 1937 

Sweat, John W Tampa January 3. 1938 

Sweeting, S. M Miami February 22, 1937 

Sylvester. Hallie N Miami November 26, 1937 

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Tackabury, Frank M. ..Tampa February 24, 1937 

Talbot, W. Burton Tampa December 13, 1938 

Talley, J. H Tallahassee May 15. 1937 

Talley, Lloyd Bushnell November 8, 1937 

Tally, E. M., Jr Tavares April 7. 1938 

Tally. Mayme Minis December 1. 1938 

Tamarkin, Chas ^liami Beach March 18. 1938 

Tamlyn. Harry V Sarasota February 10, 1938 

Tanner, E. M Winter Garden December 31. 1938 

Tanner. Gerald D Miami January 28, 1938 

Tant, L. E Daytona Beach August 9, 1937 



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Tark. Burt IMianii November 

Tarver, F. \V Ocala February 

Tate. Beulah Bartow July 

Tate, Tommie Jacksonville September 

Tatem, N. B., Mrs Miami ..October 

Taub, Elizabeth S Miami Beach December 

Taylor, Alberta D Jacksonville July 

Taylor, E. A Tampa April 

Taylor, Carolyn T West Palm Beach June 

Taylor, Chas Key \\>st December 

Taylor, Francis O ]\Tiami April 

Taylor, Hazel ]\I Palm Beach March 

Taylor, Helen Miami May 

Taylor, Henry H., Jr., ..Key W^est July 

Taylor, J. E ....Stuart January 

Taylor, L. E Jacksonville October 

Taylor, L. W Miami January 

Taylor. Margaret Lakeland December 

Taylor, Mary Lucille ....Jacksonville March 

Taylor. Otis L Orlando November 

Taylor. R. D Palm Beach February 

Taylor, R. J ]\Ionticello May 

Taylor. Sherman T Winter Haven February 

Taylor. Viola R Miami March 

Teachy. A. Yancy W'auchula January 

Teas. Grace Coberly ....Bradenton April 

Tedder, Amy L Ft. Pierce September 

Telford. J. Lee Miami Beach May 

TerBush, G. E Miami Beach April 

Terrell, Harry B Tampa August 

Terrell. Warren R Tampa June 

Terry. \\m. E Jacksonville November 

Thacker, C. D Miami December 

Tharin. Kathleen E West Palm Beach ..November 



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Tharin. Manley R Dunedin November 19, 1938 

Thatcher, Earle G Vero Beach June 7, 1938 

Thayer, LeRoy Tampa May 17, 1937 

Thistlethwaite, Lamar ..Ft. Lauderdale April 1, 1937 

Thomas, A. F Cottondale July 12, 1938 

Thomas, B. A Zephyrhills December 18, 1937 

Thomas, Edwin Tampa November 5, 1937 

Thomas, Fred Tampa August 22, 1938 

Thomas, G. D Tampa March 30, 1938 

Thomas, Helen Sebring November 8, 1937 

Thomas, H. B West Palm Beach ....December 17, 1937 

Thomas, J. Ernest Jacksonville August 19, 1938 

Thomas, J. H Jacksonville April 26, 1937 

Thomas, Jewell Jacksonville February 5, 1937 

Thomas, Maude E Tampa January 3, 1938 

Thomas, Vivian St. Petersburg September 7, 1938 

Thomas, Yvonne L Miami February 11, 1938 

Thompson, Agnes Tampa October 20, 1938 

Thompson, Alexander 

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Thompson, Annette 

C. G S. Jacksonville May 5, 1938 

Thompson, C. V Tampa December 29, 1938 

Thompson, Carole Miami April 1, 1938 

Thompson, Charles F ..St. Petersburg May 4, 1938 

Thompson, Charles S. ..Miami July 23, 1937 

Thompson, Catherine 

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Thompson, Dorothy R. Jacksonville January 28, 1937 

Thompson, Elizabeth C. Jacksonville April 13, 1937 

Thompson, Harold R. ..Tampa March 31, 1938 

Thompson, Hixie West Palm Beach April 16, 1937 

Thompson, J. D St. Augustine August 3, 1937 

Thompson, J. Vernon ..Jacksonville May 13, 1938 



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Thompson, Laurence 

H Daytona Beach September 14, 1937 

Thompson, Lulie Ft. Lauderdale April 22. 1938 

Thompson. Mildred Lakeland January 31. 1938 

Thompson. Mildred D. Pahokee May 6, 1937 

Thompson, R. Jerome Tallahassee September 27, 1937 

Thompson. Robt. L Miami July 14, 1938 

Thompson, Robert S Tampa June 8, 1937 

Thompson, Shirley M. ..Tampa October 28, 1937 

Thompson, W. C ]\Iiami ...April 12. 1937 

Thompson. W. H Miami September 14, 1938 

Thomson, Mary B Quincy June 11, 1937 

Thorne. R. A.. Jr Tampa May 3. 1938 

Thornton, F. J Tampa ....March 23. 1937 

Thornton, ]\Iacon . Ormond Beach February 20, 1937 

Thorpe, D. G Wimauma March 18. 1938 

Thorsen. A. S Pensacola Januar}' 22. 1937 

Thrasher. J. E.. Jr ]\Iicanopy January 7. 1937 

Thrift. R. E Macclenny January 4, 1938 

Thue. M. R Miami ...February 5. 1938 

Thurber, Elizabeth M. ..Lake Worth March 24. 1937 

Tibbits, Judson O Miami October 14. 1938 

Tidwell. Artie Lee Pensacola January 28, 1938 

Tidwell. Winifred St. Petersburg October 22, 1938 

Tiller, Lucylle O Miami August 26, 1937 

Tiller, Mary Chipley November 8. 1938 

Tillinghast, W. L St. Petersburg March 4. 1937 

Tilhs, J. J.. Jr DeLand March 18, 1937 

TilHs. O. M Havana March 15, 1937 

Tillman. G. V Lakeland November 14, 1938 

Tillman. Henry C Tampa July 17. 1937 

Tindell, Clyde D. 

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Tinder. G. B Miami Beach February 10, 1938 

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Tinley, Marion S Miami August 5 

Tinney, Margaret Jane Jacksonville March 26 

Tippetts, William B St. Petersburg January 8 

Tipton, L. G. (Mrs.) ..Cottage Hill September 6 

Tisdale, Byron Crestview December 22 

Tittsworth, Ferrell M. ..Miami September 16 

Todd, Sannie St. Petersburg December 27 

Todd, Vesta Lakeland October 22 

Tomlinson, Amy T Gainesville June 8 

Tomlinson, M. P Port St. Joe May 21 

Tolton, W. J Pensacola March 22 

Tompkins, Mattie W. ..Avon Park July 23 

Toney, Japour T Jacksonville August 16 

Tonkin, C. Roy St. Petersburg March 3 

Toomey, R. E. S. Miami March 4 

Torrey, Leona Orlando February 9 

Tousey, Clay B Jacksonville October 24 

Tower, Nelson L Miami June 18 

Tovvery, Thos. W Gainesville February 11 

Townsend, H. Clyde ....Miami November 16 

Tourtellot, F. L Orlando September 27 

Touchton, Charles F., 

Jr Tampa February 8 

Tracey, Frank T Jacksonville September 25 

Tracy, D. Jefferson Daytona Beach January 25 

Traer, William M., Jr. ..Winter Park July 7 

Trammell, Clyde G Tampa April 5 

Trammell, Lee, Jr Miami January 28 

Trammell, Park M Blountstown February 11 

Travis, Amos Miami November 18 

Traylor, Charles S Miami June 16 

Trepte, Walter A Miami Beach May 6 

Trezevant, Julia T Tampa August 2 

Tribble, J. P DeLand January 8 

Tribble, Myrtle B DeLand May 14 



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Trowbridge, Janette .—Melbourne Beach ....November 12 

Troxler, Lanas Ocala November 4 

Tucker, C. N Tampa February 10 

Tucker, Eugenia C Orlando August 4 

Tucker, J. H Sarasota April 11 

Tucker, J. R Cantonment February 17 

Tucker, Paul A Tampa May 9 

Tumlin, Terrell H Miami September 9 

Turk, Marie Virginia ..Pensacola February 26 

Turner, Anne Wentland Hialeah March 12 

Turner, Chas. H Jacksonville March 19 

Turner, David P St. Augustine September 22 

Turner, Dora M Crystal River February 18 

Turner, Esther Z DeLand August 16 

Turner, Filo H Pensacola ...June 3 

Turner, Frederick C Orlando ..August 19 

Turner, Jane Taggert ..Coral Gables January 28 

Turner, Lucy E Miami ....March 25 

Turner, Margaret A Bradenton August 5 

Turnipseed, W. P Ocala February 21 

Turpin, W. H Tampa June 20 

Turaville, Roy G Tallahassee October 26 

Tutan, Chas. B Miami September 1 

Tuten, J. N Lee February 5 

Twitty, Paul E West Palm Beach October 18 

Tyler, Jimmie T Miami March 31 

Tyler. M. L Sarasota March 30 

Tyler, S. W Tampa October 18 

Tyre, Mayme Miami June 14 

Tyson, Calloway K Tampa August 9 

Tyrus, Sallie M Sneads January 13 



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Ulrich. Frederick Miami October 14, 1937 

Ulrich, Ruth F Jacksonville June 7. 1938 

Ulsch, M. F Jacksonville January 15, 1938 

Underbill. M. R Palatka June 9, 1938 

Underbill, E. R Bradenton February 26, 1938 

Upcburcb, Jean M Miami December 3. 1937 

Upbam, Bess D Winter Haven Marcb 27, 1937 

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Valley, Lacy W Pensacola June 30, 1937 

Vance, H. O Miami September 17. 1937 

Vanderpool. Fred W. ..Miami August 15. 1938 

A'ankirk. R. H Miami November 15. 1937 

\'ann. Bertba Hill Miami November 25. 1938 

Van Brunt, Kate M Tallahassee April 7. 1938 

Van Cleef, Anna DeLand Marcb 3. 1937 

^'an Diver, Halbert Clearwater March 4. 1937 

A'an Dusen. Anne Tampa February 11, 1938 

\'an Houten, W. E Jacksonville December 14. 1937 

Van Landingham, O. L. Bonifay January 8, 1937 

Van Patten. Henry Tampa August 22. 1938 

\'an Roy. I'rederick ...Crystal River December 9. 1938 

VanSlyck, Alice ]\Iiami January 17. 1938 

Ysin Wanken. Cora H. West Palm Beach June 16. 1938 

\^anwyk, Harry Miami Beach February 13, 1937 

\'arena. Charlotte M. . Sebring March 20. 1938 

\\irn. Claude C,. Bunnell November 30, 1937 

\^arn. Joseph L 1*^1. Lauderdale August 31. 1937 

\"arn, Carol H Jacksonville September 1. 1937 

Varnadoe. S. B Jacksonville May 28. 1938 

\"arnes, W. P Jacksonville February 15. 1937 

Vason, Erma K Tallahassee November 9, 1938 

A^augban. Edgar W Jacksonville September 16. 1937 

\'aughan, H. E Miami September 2. 1938 



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^^aughan. Alary M \A'cst Palm Beach July 29 

A'aughn. Helen Melbourne .Tebruary 9 

A'aughn, R. O Winter Haven February 22 

Veach, R. I North Miami March 15 

Veale, J. E Miami _..... March 25 

Vega, C. Jr Tampa September 21 

Velasco. B. Tampa June 7 



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Viller, Anita O Pensacloa August 3 

Villar, C. Hobart ._ Pensacola September 25 

Villar. M. E. McD. ......Milton August 26 

Vincent, Nelle M Miami _ _ June 21 

Vivian, Cyril A Miami June 24 

A'ogel. Harry ...Lake Worth April 14 

Vogt, Margaretha Avon Park December 19 

Voight, Johanna Jacksonville February 15 

Voight, J. Read — St. Petersburg February 11 

Von Behren, W. H Miami January 29 

A^osburgh, Wm. R Lutz November 15 



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Wade. L. X. St. Petersburg November 7. 1938 

Wadhams, Mary Daytona Beach November 25, 1938 

Wadsworth. Leva Jacksonville March 7. 1938 

Waggaman, Louise S. ..Tampa ...June 21. 1937 

Wagner, Evelyn A \\>st Palm Beach October 29. 1937 

Wagoner, Lillian G Hollywood January 22, 1938 

Wagstaff, V. E Miami January 8. 1937 

Wahl, Harold B Jacksonville June 23, 1938 

Waite. J. C Tampa September 26, 1938 

Walbaum, O. F Miami June 3. 1938 

Walden, Mary E Miami November 26, 1937 

Waldrep. Thos. M. Mrs. Jacksonville June 11, 1937 

\\'aldron, E. S Jacksonville December 15, 1938 



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Waller, A. B Tampa January 13 

Walker, C. C Jacksonville March 30 

Walker, Edith Palm Beach June 11 

Walker, Eva Miami December 2 

Walker, John C Melbourne April 4 

Walker, Julia S Jacksonville May 21 

Walker, Katherine E. .Jacksonville August 

Walker, Kathleen Jacksonville December 10, 

Walker, Lee Jasper April 11 

W^alker, Lollie C Tampa December 26 

Walker, M. C Bradenton April 12 

Walker, M. T Orlando December 27 

Walker, O. T Jacksonville June 8 

Walker, R. C Daytona Beach April 7 

Walker. T. M St. Augustine March 14 

Walker, William J Bradenton October 9 

Wall, B. S Jacksonville March 1 

Wallace. Chloe G Coral Gables November 26 

Wallace, S. R Palatka December 13 

Wallace, S. R Miami October 11 

Walls, Emma Jacksonville December 5 

Walpole, Francis H Sarasota May 7 

Walrath. B. J Cedar Key April 13 

Walrath, Frank M., Jr. Jacksonville April 12 

Walter. A. P Hialeah February 19 

Walter, Jane Jacksonville December 7 

Walters, Holmes L Ocala February 17 

Walters. Leo E Tampa January 18 

Walton, G. G Live Oak December 8 

Walton, W. Marion ....Pompano November 1 

Ward, Alma Pensacola January 17 

Ward, Anita Lake Wales September 15 

Ward, Dorothy Fernandina October 20 

Ward, Frederic H Winter Park May 11 

Ward, Henry W. W Fernandina March 21 



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Ward, John J Panama City September 7, 1937 

Ware, Charlie Mayo April 9, 1938 

Warner, Ida Mae Miami December 16, 1938 

Warshaw, Philip R Miami December 22, 1938 

Warren, George B Orlando November 14, 1938 

Warren, Julian Jacksonville July 6, 1937 

Warren, L. S. , Pompano October 6, 1937 

Warren, Marcia Miami Beach February 17, 1938 

Warncke, Thelma Cain Miami March 9, 1938 

Warrick, R. J Jacksonville January 3, 1938 

Washington, Arthur L. Bartow June 14, 1937 

Washington. F. E Pensacola August 10, 1938 

Waterman, Elma M Jacksonville November 4, 1937 

Waters, Edna Leesburg December 16, 1937 

Waters, Ehse DeLand December 17, 1938 

Waters, F. Scott Ft. Pierce July 15, 1937 

Waters, J. B Jacksonville April 21, 1938 

Waters, Mary Miami Beach April 14. 1938 

Waters, Ruth Orlando November 12, 1937 

Waters. J. Russell Miami March 29, 1937 

Waterston, R. J., Jr Tampa February 6, 1938 

Watford, L. L Malone March 15, 1938 

Watkins, Boyce Miami March 19, 1937 

Watkins, G. O Wildwood October 8, 1937 

Watkins, Lloyd Orlando April 12, 1937 

Watkins, Roe Jacksonville September 22, 1937 

Watson, Dorothy C Tallahassee June 8, 1938 

Watson, H. M Sanford July 14, 1938 

Watson, Jas. C Pensacola September 26, 1938 

Watson, Martha Palm Beach August 15, 1938 

Watson, M. H Lake City August 19, 1938 

Watson, W. B., Jr Gainesville July 11, 1938 

Watson, W. L Blountstown February 21, 1938 

Watson, W. W Ft. Myers March 12, 1938 

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Watts, Georgia P Miami January 14, 1937 

Watts, Lula W Jacksonville August 2, 1938 

Watts. S. K Eau Gallic December 9, 1937 

Wattsjer, Lillian Lakeland October 15, 1937 

Way, Charles H Gainesville March 9, 1938 

Way, Edna L West Palm Beach April 2, 1938 

Way, Naomi H Winter Haven December 1, 1937 

Way, W. D Orlando October 23, 1937 

Weaver, C. E Sebring December 9, 1938 

Weaver, J. Allen Lake Wales January 28, 1937 

Webb, W. G St. Augustine January 12, 1937 

Webster, C. R Micco March 16, 1937 

Webster, W. J. M Miami January 23, 1937 

Weckler, Julia Tampa February 28, 1938 

Weeks, Corrie I Jacksonville March 28, 1938 

Weeks, L. M DeLand May 20, 1937 

Wehle, Victor O St. Petersburg December 30, 1937 

Weil, A. B Tampa May 28, 1938 

Weiland, Frances West Palm Beach June 19, 1937 

Weimer, Milton Miami April 28, 1938 

Weinstein, Natalie M. .Miami Beach November 7, 1938 

Weir, Clayton J Groveland July 12, 1938 

Weir, Thomas Nichols August 9, 1938 

Weis, Helen Wauchula April 9, 1937 

Weiss, Emil Tampa January 5, 1938 

Weiss, Paul J Miami April 24, 1937 

Welch, Clayton O ....Kissimmee February 1, 1937 

Welch, G. S Umatilla August 18, 1938 

Wells, E. Ray Avon Park February 15, 1937 

Wells, Mattie L Tallahassee February 24, 1937 

Wells, W. O Alford April 16, 1938 

Welsh, Eva B Miami May 3, 1938 

Welsh, Nellie A Miami February 26, 1938 

Welty, Mary K Miami July 18, 1938 

Wendler, Harry P Miami Beach November 28, 1938 



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Wentworth, Lee A Pensacola October 16 

Werner, Frank E Miami May 13 

Wesley, Charles C Daytona Beach March 12 

Wesley, Esther B Jacl-csonville July 7 

Wesson, H. S Oklawaha November 13 

West, Anna B St. Petersburg November 26 

West, F. A Milton February 11 

West, John J Mt. Dora April 4 

West, Marie Riverview February 17 

West, Roger H Daytona Beach February 20 

West, W. O Miami April 17 

Westberg, John P Carrabelle December 15 

Westberry, Wilbur, 

Mrs Miami July 15 

Westerlunci, Daisy St. Augustine January 18 

Westervelt, George A. ..Frostproof January 24 

Westlake, Gertrude Miami April 30 

Westman, A. B Miami June 16 

Westmoreland, WilHs 

A Jacksonville April 12 

Weston, LilHan G St. Petersburg February 24 

Westra, E. A Miami May 29 

Wetherell, O. D Tampa May 28 

Wetherington, Dorothy 

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Wetmore, Roby Miami September 10 

Wever, Kate Jacksonville April 14 

Whalon, H. L Orlando February 3 

Wharton, Kittie Vero Beach March 4 

Wharton, Josephine Miami August 30 

Wheat, C. B Jacksonville July 23 

Wheatley, F. M Miami June 25 

Wheeler, Lauretta B Miami November 



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Wheeler, Lee A Lake Wales May 11 

Whelchel, A. A Plant City July 23 

Whitaker, W. O St. Petersburg March 19 

White, Elizabeth Bartow June 14 

White, Geo. T Miami September 25 

White, Iva R DeLeon Springs November 14 

White, Joseph S West Palm Beach, December 12 

White, Kenneth P Jacksonville June 29 

White, Lillian Eubanks West Palm Beach March 3 

White, Maude L Miami November 19 

White, R. H Jacksonville March 30 

White, W. Y Jacksonville August 12 

White, Walter W Pensacola September 27 

Whitehead, Earl E Tampa January 17 

Whitehead, Rozelle Orlando October 20 

Whitehouse, E. H West Palm Beach, December 27 

Whitehouse, Marie Miami December 27 

Whitehurst, John .Brooksville June 8 

Whitehurst, Lois Jacksonville April 16 

Whiteside, T. A Miami August 12 

Whitfield, J. H Lake Wales October 6 

Whitfield, Mercedes 

Hart Jacksonville July 22 

Whitfield, Sam Jacksonville May 20 

Whitlock, Eula Tampa July 12 

Whitlock, Kathryn Miami Beach January 18 

Whitnell, Zela Jacksonville February 28 

Whitner, Mell H Sanford March 17 

Whitney, Frances Tampa November 6 

Whitston, Virginia Haines City January 10 

Whitten, Rufus Claude Sanford January 27 

Whittlesey, J. P Jacksonville January 6 

Whitty, M. E Trenton January 7 

Whitty, S. E Lee April 7 

Wickham, A Jacksonville November 20 



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Wickham, Harry E., Jr. Jacksonville January 19, 1938 

Wiggins, H. H South Miami November 2, 1938 

Wiggins, J. T., Jr Milton October 26, 1938 

Wiggs, Paul R Jacksonville August 28, 1937 

Wigman, Walter W Miami July 28, 1938 

Wilcox, Myrtice Miami November 14, 1938 

Wilder, F. Badger Tampa May 4, 1937 

Wlider, Guss Clearwater September 10, 1938 

Wildes, R. P Tampa August 23, 1937 

Wiley, May Mt. Dora March 5, 1937 

Wilhelm, M. H Miami May 15, 1937 

Wilkening, H. A Gotha January 11, 1938 

Wilkins, Leta E Pensacola November 7, 1938 

Wilkinson, K. M Miami January 8, 1937 

Williams, A. N Morriston August 10, 1938 

Williams, Alice C Madison August 2, 1938 

Williams, Allen Miami November 5, 1937 

Williams, C. B Tampa January 21, 1938 

Williams, Calvert J Miami Beach August 11, 1938 

Williams, Cathryn R Jacksonville May 14, 1938 

Williams, E. H Jacksonville April 28, 1938 

Williams, E. O Ft. Lauderdale May 9, 1938 

Williams, Edvi^in E Pass-a-Grille February 13, 1937 

Williams, Elizabeth Miami February 12, 1938 

WiUiams, Flossie L Winter Park February 4, 1938 

Williams, Francis D. - Edgar June 11, 1938 

Williams, Geo. P Macclenny January 6, 1937 

Williams. Hazel Tampa April 4, 1938 

W'illiams, Horace, Jr. .St. Petersburg August 26, 1938 

Williams, Iris Tampa January 21, 1938 

W^illiams, J. L West Palm Beach March 25, 1937 

Williams, J. T Tallahassee April 8, 1937 

Williams, John B Miami February 17, 1938 

Williams, L. Grace Jacksonville September 24, 1937 

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lliams, Marie F Tampa May 10 

lliams, Mary E Palm Beach March 25 

IHams, Mary K Tampa May 10 

IHams, Merle Jacksonville September 22 

lliams, Myrtle St. Petersburg July 17 

lliams. Miller Palm Beach March 11 

lliams, Newton K Miami March 12 

lliams, O. E Quincy April 7 

lliams, P. A Miami Beach December 18 

lliams, Robert T Tampa January 24 

lliams, S. S. Jacksonville January 16 

lliams, W. F Ocala July 20^ 

lliams, W. E Jacksonville October 12 

lliams, W. L Havana February 5 

lliams, Walter R Lakeland January 4 

lliamson, Audrey C. Leesburg October 4 

Uiamson, Austin, Jr. Jacksonville August 12 

lliamson, Janet Pensacola December 18 

lliamson, Janie B Madison December 3 

Hard, Harry O Lake Wales January 22 

lley, R. C Miami May 19 

llingham, Louise Miami April 30 

llingham, W. T St. Petersburg November 27 

His, Fred E Hollywood December 6 

His, J. M West Palm Beach ....February 18 

His, Rodney Gainesville April 9 

His, Wm. H Miami Beach November 29 

llmott, Anna Welaka April 15 

lis. Myrtle Coral Gables August 15 

llson, Chas. H Daytona Beach .November 8 

llson, Louise St. Petersburg September 10 

Ison, A. H Bronson July 8 

Ison. Catherine W. . Pensacola November 12 

Ison, E. E Daytona Beach December 14 

Ison, Elizabeth S Daytona Beach March 17 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 309 

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Wilson, Edward F St. Petersburg September 16 

Wilson, Fred R Sanford March 17 

Wilson, Hugh R Miami February 8 

Wilson, J. G Jacksonville September 18 

Wilson, James T Miami October 26 

Wilson, James T Jacksonville April 14 

Wilson, Joseph E Starke December 9 

Wilson, M. G West Palm Beach, November 26 

Wilson, Mary D West Palm Beach April 28 

Wilson, Milton D Bartow October 4 

Wilson, Nora Gainesville October 7 

Wilson, Penrose S Miami October 18 

Wilson, Pruitt H Milton July 27 

Wilson, Sol Miami August 4 

Wilson, W. Carroll .Miami March 11 

Wimberly, B. M Jacksonville November 13 

Wimberly, Ernest C Winter Haven March 31 

Wimmers, H. N Venice July 11 

Wind, J. E Miami February 26; 

Wineman, Nellie Jacksonville January 23 

Wing, Floy M Bayard January 19 

Wing, George D Orlando May 18 

Wing, Theresa Eldora .West Palm Beach January 27 

Wingate, H. D Gainesville March 26 

Wingfield, Chandler R. Tampa August 30 

Wingo, H. G Clearwater April 29 

Winham, Allene Tampa May 31 

Winstead, Raymond C. Jacksonville May 5 

Winston, Rivoli Miami October 15 

Winter, Agnes Plant City July 5 

Winter, C. E Jacksonville September 25 

Wise, C. R Jacksonville January 12 

Wise, Grace Barry Jacksonville April 21 

Wiseheart, Malcolm B. Miami November 25 

Wismer, Edith M Clearwater April 



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Wissmann, Florence N. Kissimmee June 23, 1938 

Witherby, Frank S Apopka February 9, 1937 

Witherington, Harry P. Apopka July 20, 1938 

Witherspoon, M. J Panama City May 5, 1937 

Withers. B. C Ocala February 14, 1938 

Witt, Dorrie L Lake City December 7, 1938 

Witty, Robert L Miami May 27, 1937 

Wolf. J. F Miami December 20, 1937 

Wolfe, Ned J Ft. Lauderdale June 10, 1938 

Wolfe, Walter R Miami November 5, 1938 

Wolfolk, Voncile R Lake Wales August 24, 1938 

Womack, lola Sebring November 14, 1938 

Wood. George W Miami May 5, 1938 

Woodard, L. G Miami November 10. 1938 

Woodbery, E. B Quincy January 5, 1938 

Woodrow, Alice H Orlando January 7, 1937 

Woodruff, Frank L., Jr. Sanford April 10, 1937 

Woodruff, Helen Ft. Lauderdale February 14, 1938 

Woods, Golden Miami Beach July 30, 1937 

Woods, Marion Ft. Lauderdale April 8, 1938 

Woodson, Maude B Ft. Myers January 8, 1938 

Woodward, M. C Fort Walton November 1, 1938 

Worrilow, J. Howard Palm Beach March 30, 1938 

Wray, Alice Ocala May 24, 1937 

Wray. AUene D Miami March 16, 1938 

Wray, J. W Apopka June 8, 1937 

Wren, Moultrie F Ocala September 22, 1938 

Wrenn, Florine Jacksonville July 28, 1937 

Wright. Ben W Miami November 14, 1938 

Wright, Carlyle B Jacksonville April 12, 1937 

Wright, Edmund A Lake City February 4, 1937 

Wright, Florence F Coral Gables May 6, 1938 

Wright, G. W Miami Beach March 22, 1937 

Wright, H. E Miami Beach February 14, 1938 

Wright, John R Lakeland May 2. 1938 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 311 

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TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Wright, Neita Pensacola January 4, 1937 

Wright, Winton McW. ..Miami October 1, 1938 

Wyles, Betty St. Petersburg November 19, 1937 

WyHe, Mattie D Jacksonville February 28, 1938 

VVylie, Winnie O Clearwater March 3, 1938 

Wynne, Marian C Sarasota October 7, 1937 



Yaphe, Dale Miami December 27, 1937 

Yarbrough, Merrill 

Allison Miami April 22, 1937 

Yates, Durwood S West Palm Beach March 11, 1937 

Yates, Jack Jacksonville November 9, 1938 

Yates, M. DeForest Gulf port January 25, 1937 

Yawn, C. H Eagle Lake August 5, 1938 

Yeager, T. H Miami April 8, 1937 

Yeazel, Rosemary Miami December 23, 1938 

Yedell, Nancy E Marianna December 16, 1937 

Yerkes, Damon G Jacksonville April 15, 1937 

Yniestra, A. M Pensacola October 26, 1938 

Yon, Y. E Blountstown April 6, 1938 

Yonge, Lillian Jacksonville January 20, 1937 

Yongue, Leona Elise ...Sarasota May 20, 1937 

York, Gertrude Miami November 22, 1937 

Young, Bessie M Jacksonville September 24, 1937 

Young, Edna W Miami January 19, 1938 

Young, Evelyn Tampa January 24, 1938 

Young. Helen M Miami March 12, 1938 

Young, James W Vero Beach February 5, 1937 

Young, Marie B Tarpon Springs ....Steptember 24, 1938 

Young, Paul R Tampa August 6, 1938 

Youngblood, Elva L. ..Orlando February 12, 1938 

Youngblood, Eston H. ..Tampa September 20, 1937 



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NOTARIES FUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEAiiS 
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Zambito, Ignazio Tampa September 28, 1938 

Zart, Katharine M Palatka March 17, 1937 

Zeientz, Myron S Miami February 12, 19v37 

Zeller, Ruth T Palmetto July 22, 1937 

Zellner, James Pyles ...St. Petersburg January 3, 1938 

Zelt, Delcia E Jacksonville August 28, 1937 

Zetrouer, Agnes Jacksonville February 20, 1937 

Ziegler, John West Palm Beach January 25, 1937 

Ziercher, Eva M Daytona Beach November 13, 1937 

Zukerman, Rae Miami Beach December 18, 1937 

Zukernick, Susan B Miami Beach April 15, 1937 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 313 

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Balance in Fund as of January 1, 1937 $3,269.06 

Jan. 4 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense $ 9.80 

Jan. 15 — Christie Hall Business Machines, repairs to 

typewriter 125 

Jan. 15 — H. & W. B. Drew Co., stationery supplies 57.60 

Jan. 15— Florida Grower Press. 5,000 labels 12.50 

Jan. 15 — Florida Clipping Service, clipping service 5.00 

Jan. IS — Jacksonville Paper Co., paper 47.08 

Jan. 15 — The Office Equipment Co., Inc., transfer cases 20.08 

Jan. 15 — Railway Express Agency, express charges 1.34 

Jan. 15 — The Record Company, binders 84.00 

Jan. IS — Rose Printing Co., bindings 4.50 

Jan. 15 — The Tallahassee Office Supply Co., Inc., 

stationery supplies 3.80 

Jan. 15 — Van Brunt & Yon, pitcher and glasses .95 

Jan. IS — Underwood Typewriter Agency, repairs to 

typewriter 1.25 

Jan. 15 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 32.25 

Jan. IS — Western Union, messages 37.97 

Jan. 15 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. messages 3.17 

Feb. 1 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 30.00 

Feb. 6 — Western Union, messages 23.79 

Feb. 6 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., messages 2.51 

Feb. 6 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 33.00 

Feb. 6 — United States Corporation Co., corporation 

manual 20.00 

Feb. 6^— Tallahassee Office Supply Co., supplies 42.05 

Feb. 6 — Southern Ribbon & Carbon Co., carbon paper 9.00 

Feb. 6 — Rose Printing Co., binding books 22.50 

Feb. 6 — Florida Paper Co., drinking cups 10.00 

Feb. 6 — Christie Hall Business Machines, repairs to 

typewriter 1.55 

Feb. 6 — Hill's Transfer, hauling chairs 1.60 

Feb. 6— H. &. W. B. Drew Co., supplies 188.95 

Feb. 6 — Railway Express Agency, express charges — - 3.06 

Feb. 6 — Capital Office Equipment Co., supplies 26.80 

Feb. 6 — R. A. Gray (Pullman Co.) traveling expense 7.05 

Feb. 6 — Rose Printing Co., binding - 1.00 

Feb. 6 — Rose Printing Co., printing 21.00 

P'eb. 19— Haughton-Miffling Company, books 20.00 

Mar. 5 — Associated Stationers, rubber stamps 4.4S 

Mar. 5 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., supplies 2.80 

Mar. 5— H. & W. B. Drew Co., sunplies 55.38 

Mar. 5 — Florida Clipping Service, clipping service S.OO 

Mar. 5 — Christie Hall Business Machines, repairs to 

typewriters 10.00 

Mar. 5 — Jacksonville Paper Co.. stationery 29.07 

Mar. 5— Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., ribbons 11.50 

Mar. 5 — Western Union, messages 8.54 

Mar. 5— Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., messages .95 

Mar. 5— Southeastern Telephone Co., service 25.15 

Mar. 5 — Remington Rand, Inc.. chair 27.00 



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Mar. 5 — Railway Express Agency, charges 5.81 

Mar. 5 — The Southern Electrotype Co., cut of Capi- 
tol building 2.28 

Mar. 5 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., Inc., supplies 12.00 

Mar. 5 — Underwood Elliott-Fisher Co., typewriter --•- 80.30 

Mar. 5 — Underwood Typewriter Agency, rubber keys 4.00 

Mar. 6 — R. A. Gray (Pullman Co.) traveling expense 39.95 

Mar. 15 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 8.75 

Mar. 19 — Frank Cochran, postmaster, stamps 100.00 

Mar. 30 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 58.50 

Apr. 6 — R. A. Gray (S. A. L. Bus Co.) traveling ex- 
pense 56.97 

Apr. 6— H. & W. B. Drew Co., supplies 22.86 

Apr. 6 — Chestnut Office Equipment Co., supplies 9.00 

Apr. 6 — Capital Office Equipment Co., supplies 13.95 

Apr. 6 — Capital City Publishing Co., printing 7.00 

Apr. 6 — Florida Clipping Service, clipping service 10.00 

Apr. 6 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., messages 1.14 

Apr. 6 — Railway Express Agency, express charges 6.46 

Apr. 6 — The Record Company, supplies 57.00 

Apr. 6 — Rose Printing Co., supplies 57.50 

Apr. 6 — Superior Dry Cleaners, cleaning flags 2.00 

Apr. 6— Southeastern Telephone Co., service 18.85 

Apr. 6 — Suplee Envelope Co., supplies 13.02 

Apr. 6 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., supplies 11.40 

Apr. 6 — Underwood Typewriter Agency, supplies 2.50 

Apr. 6— H. &. W. B. Drew Co., envelopes 9.00 

Apr. 6 — Western Union, messages 12.40 

Apr. 6 — Hunter Press, printing and supplies 9.00 

Apr. 8 — The Record Company, stationery 45.50 

May 1 — Underwood Typewriter Agency, recondition 

typewriter and supplies 60.00 

May 6 — Remington-Rand, Inc., supplies 28.52 

May 6 — Burroughs Adding Machine Co., repairs and 

cleaning 7.20 

May 6 — Chestnut Office Equipment Co., ribbons 9.00 

Mav 6— H. &. W. B. Drew Co.. stationery 21.25 

May 6— fames A. Ellis Co., ribbons 18.00 

May 6— Florida Clipping Service, clipping service 5.00 

May 6 — Tacksonville Paper Co., paper 67.15 

May 6 — Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., ribbons 8.00 

May 6 — Postal Telegraph -Cable Co.. messages 2.91 

May 6 — Western Union Telegraph Co., messages 14.14 

May 6 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 28.40 

May 6 — Suwfinnee Democrat, receip^^s 8.00 

Mav 6 — The Tallahassee Office Supply Co., Inc., sup- 
plies 15.00 

May 7 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 37.70 

May 11 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., supplies 22.65 

June 12 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 18.60 

June 12 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., supplies 26.25 

June 12 — Western Union Telegraph Co., messages 5.35 

June 12 — Buckley-Newman Printing Co., cards 28.50 

June 12 — Geo. D. Barnard Stationery Co.. supplies - 15.32 

June 12 — Railway Express Agency, Inc., express charges 2.74 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 315 

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June 12 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., supplies — - 10.90 

June 12— H. &. W. B. Drew Co., stationery 3.65 

June 12 — James A. Ellis Co., ribbons 17.00 

June 12 — Florida Clipping Service, clipping service — - 5.00 

June 12 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., messages 2.82 

June 12 — Remington-Rand, Inc., supplies 89.98 

June 12 — Rose Printing Co., cards 12.50 

June 12 — Southern Ribbon & Carbon Co., ribbons 7.50 

June 21— H. &. W. B. Drew Co., stationery 237.55 

June 21 — Associated Stationers, desk 159.70 

June 21 — J. Frank Cochran, postmaster, postage 100.00 

June 23 — Collins Furniture Co., rugs 55.00 

June 24 — J. Frank Cochran, postmaster, stamps 200.00 

June 24 — J. Frank Cochran, postmaster, envelopes 90.54 

June 24 — J. Frank Cochran, postmaster, envelopes 470.96 

June 25 — From Transfer Salaries Account $3,000.00 

June 25 — Hunter Press, printing 25.00 

June 28 — J. Frank Cochran, postmaster, stamped enve- 
lopes 20.00 

June 30— H. &. W. B. Drew Co., stationery 4.25 

June 30 — Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., supplies 12.00 

June 30 — Rose Printing Co., supplies 4.50 

June 30 — Remington-Rand, Inc.. camera paper 805.00 

June 30 — Leon Electric Co., office fans 106.00 

June 30 — Sam Robbins, supplies 1.50 

June 30— P. W. Wilson Company, supplies 9.32 

June 30 — Southeastern Telephone Co.. service 21.95 

June 30 — Capital Office Equipment Co., supplies 31.30 

June 30 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., supplies 17.75 

June 30— Southern Stationery & Stamp Co., typewriter 67.76 

June 30— Remington-Rand, Inc., supplies 69.40 

June 30 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. messages 2.97 

June 30— Western Union Telegraph Co., messages 15.18 

June 30 — Railway Express Agency, express charges - -- 33.20 

June 30 — The Tribune Press, labels 16.65 

June 30 — Tallahassee Variety Works, Inc., glass for 

desk 25.00 

June 30 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 71.45 

Balance in Fund as of July 1, 1937 1.352.72 



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July 1st Appropriation $4,500:00 

Aug. 3 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense $ 69.30 

Aug. 6 — Hunter Press, printing, etc. 20.50 

Aug. 12— -Western Union, service 12.14 

Aug. 12 — Underwood Typwriter Agency, repairs, etc. 15.25 

Aug. 12 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., supplies 12.75 

Aug. 12 — Southern Telephone Co., service -• 16.60 

Aug. 12— The Record Co., binders 83.45 

Aug. 12 — Rose Printing Co., cards, etc. 28.45 

Aug. 12 — Remington-Rand, Inc., rentals 39.51 

Aug. 12 — Postal Telegraph Co., service 1.96 



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1937 Dr. Cr. 

Aug. 12 — Midyette-Moor Insurance Agency, Inc., work- 
men's compensation insurance 191.75 

Aug. 12— Hill Transfer & Storage, drayage 3.00 

Aug. 12 — Christie Hall Business Machines, repairs ■-■ 7.50 

Aug. 12 — Floiida Clipping Service, service 10.00 

Aug. 12 — Dupre Brothers, gold seals 9.44 

Aug. 12 — Chestnut Office Equipment Co., cards 4.40 

Aug. 12 — James A. Ellis Co., ribbons 12.80 

Aug. 12 — Corporation Service Co., rubber stamps 2.55 

Aug. 12 — Capital Office Equipment Co., cushions, etc. 12.70 

Aug. 12 — Railway Express Agency, service 2.10 

Aug. 12— H. &. W. B. Drew Co., stencils 6.50 

Aug. 20— J. Frank Cochran, P. M., post cards 5.00 

Sept. 8— H. & W. B. Drew Co., repairs .50 

Sept. 8 — Capital Office Equipment Co., pencils, etc. -■■ 3.60 

Sept. 8 — Chestnut Office Equipment Co., pencils, etc. - ■■■ 13.50 

Sept. 8 — Underwood Typewriter Agency, repairs 8.50 

Sept. 8 — Collins Furniture Co., shade 8.45 

Sept. 8 — Artcraft Printers, N. P. circulars 6.50 

Sept. 8 — Western Union, service 7.10 

Sept. 8— P. W. Wilson Co., ribbon .70 

Sept. 8 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., drinking cups 14.35 

Sept. 8 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 16.30 

Sept. 8 — Rose Printing Co., index, etc 15.00 

Sept. 8 — Railway Express Agency, service 7.17 

Sept. 8— Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 2.67 

Sept. 8— Remington-Rand, Inc., rentals 83.96 

Sept. 8 — H. F. Lietzord, letter opener 32.40 

Sept. 8 — Kee Lox Manufacturijig Co., carbon paper -■■ ^00 

Sept. 8 — Jacksonville Paper Co., paper 14.08 

Sept. 8 — ^Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

Sept. 8— H. &. W. B. Drew Co., scratch pads 10.00 

Sept. 8 — Dupre Brothers, pencils 1.40 

Sept. 8 — J. M. Lee (R. A. Gray) traveling expense 23.30 

Nov. 1 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 87.95 

Dec. 1 — Tames A. Ellis, rubber bands 3.10 

Dec. 1— H. &. W. B. Drew Co., letterheads 211.65 

Dec. 1 — Dupre Brothers, gold seals 11.60 

Dec. 1 — Capital Office Equipment Co., seals 7.00 

Dec. 1 — Corporation Service Co.. rubber stamps 2.50 

Dec. 1 — Bulkley-Newman Printing Co.. printing and 

cards 23.25 

Dec. 1 — Bishop Office Equipment Co., storage cases 17.82 

Dec. 1 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 9.97 

Dec. 1 — Office Equipment Co.. binders 15.44 

Dec. 1 — The Harrison Co., prints, Fla. Digest 10.00 

Dec. 1 — Railway Express Agency, service 225.61 

Dec. 1 — Remincton-Rand. Inc.. rent and supplies 164.42 

Dec. 1 — Rose Printing Co., printing and cards 37.12 

Dec. 1 — Suwannee Democrat, printing and cards 25.20 

Dec. 1 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 46.55 

Dec. 1 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co.. waste bas- 
kets, etc. 51.70 

Dec. 1 — Underwood Typewriter Agency, repairs 11.50 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 317 



Dec. 1 — West Publishing Co., sale Southern Re- 
porters 7.00 

Dec. 1 — Western Union Telegraph Co., service 21.22 

Dec. 1 — S. A. L. Railway Co., freight charges 1.60 

Dec. 6 — S. A. L. Railvv^ay Co., traveling expense 40.10 

Dec. 11 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 39.90 

1938 

Jan. 10 — Western Union, service ZLZi 

Jan. 10 — Underwood Typewriter Agency, repairs 7.50 

Jan. 10 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., supplies 15.85 

Jan. 10 — Shelbyville Pencil & Novelty Co., pencils 2)27 

Jan. 10 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 19.75 

Jan. 10 — Railway Express Agency, Inc., service 17.29 

Jan. 10 — Panama Carbon Co., carbon 46.10 

Jan. 10 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 2.59 

Jan. 10 — Merritt Brown Co., ink pads 2.10 

Jan. 10 — Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., ribbons 22.50 

Jan. 10 — Fount-o-Ink Sales & Service, pens, etc. 11.46 

Tan. 10 — Florida Clipping Service, service 20.00 

Jan. 10— H. &. W. B. Drew Co.. stationery 25.88 

Jan. 10— Dupre Brothers, ribbons 12.00 

Jan. 10 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., guides — - 43.70 

Feb. A — Oldtown Ribbon & Carbon Co., carbon 22.70 

Feb. 4— H. & W. B. Drew Co., books 55.18 

Feb. 4 — Dupre Brothers, paper and ribbons 31.18 

Feb. 4 — Capital Office Equipment Co., paper, etc. 24.35 

Feb. 4 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 27.35 

Feb. 4 — Rivet-O Manufpcutring Co., type brush, etc. -■- 4.80 

Feb. 4 — Rose Printing Co., printing 29.50 

Feb. 4 — Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

Feb. 4 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 15.28 

Feb. 4 — Dennison Manufacturing Co., labels 49.00 

Feb. 4 — James A. Ellis Co.. stencils, etc. 8.00 

Feb. 4 — Florist Review, subscription 2.50 

Feb. 4 — Fonnt-o-Tnk Sales & Service, pens 3.55 

Feb. 4— P. W. Wilson Co.. ribbon .60 

Feb. 4 — Underwood Typewriter .A.gency, repairs 15.00 

Feb. 4 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., paper 5.25 

Feb. 4 — Seabrock Hardware Co., hooks .30 

Feb. 4 — J. M. Lee (R. A. Gray) traveling expense --- 9.35 

Feb. 14— J. Frank Cochran, P. M.. postage 392.32 

Mar. 1 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 77.50 

Mar. 3 — Western Union, service 8.50 

Mar. 3 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., drinking cups 12.50 

Mar. 3 — Remington-Rand. Inc.. dev. powder 10.11 

Mar. 3— H. & W. B. Drew Co., files, etc. 190.90 

Mar. 3 — Dupre Brothers. Inc., repairs 7.50 

Mar. 3 — Capital Office Equipment Co., ledger 4.15 

Mar. 3 — Railway Express Agency, service 3.95 

Mar. 3 — Underwood Typewriter .Agency, repairs 1.25 

Mar. 3 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 17.95 

Mar. 3— Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 4.33 

Mar. 15 — Joe Frank, traveling expense 40.75 

Apr. 5— J. M. Lee (R. A. Gray) traveling expense -. 29.05 



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1938 Dr. Cr. 

Apr. 5 — Western Union, service 16.26 

Apr. 5— Southeastern Telephone Co., service 19.50 

Apr. 5— Sanford-Hall Co., ink .75 

Apr. 5 — E. O. Painter Printing Co., printing 20.40 

Apr. 5 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 2.42 

Apr. 5 — Rose Printing Co., printing, etc. 39.00 

Apr. 5 — Corporation Service Co., rubber stamp .50 

Apr. 5 — Quincy Pubhshing Co., printing 10.25 

Apr. 5— Miller-Bryant-Pierce Co., ribbons 7.50 

Apr. 5 — Florida Clipping Service, service 10.00 

Apr. 5 — Railway Express Agency, service 7.67 

Apr. 5 — Capital Office Equipment Co., drinking cups 43.05 

Apr. 5— H. & W. B. Drew Co., steel shelving 98.46 

Apr. IS — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 118.75 

May 5 — J. M. Lee (R. A. Gray) traveling expense - 12.75 

May 10 — Buckley, Newman Printing Co., printing 12.50 

May 10 — Corporation Service Company of Florida, rub- 
ber stamps 1.90 

May 10 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., erasers — ■ 3.75 

May 10 — Curries Remington Typewriter Agency, repairs 7.50 

May 10— H. & W. B. Drew Co., card holders 17.35 

May 10 — Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

May 10 — Kee I.ox Manufacturing Co., ribbons 15.00 

May 10 — Mcrritt Brown Co., stencils 15.01 

May 10 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 7.69 

May 10 — The Record Company, binders 129.50 

May 10 — .Southeastern Telephone Co., service 25.20 

May 10 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., pencils, etc. ■-. 7.50 

May 10 — Underwood Typewriter Agency, repairs, etc. 9.75 

May 31 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 49.80 

June 8 — Suwannee Democrat, printing 8.00 

June 8 — ^Tallahassee Office Supply Co., drinking cups, 

etc. - 25.40 

June 8 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 25.95 

June 8— Remington-Rand, Inc., transfer files 56.43 

June 8 — Rose Printing Co., printing 60.00 

June 8 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 8.76 

Tune 8 — Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

June 8— H. & W. B. Drew Co., files 13.08 

Time 8 — Capital Office Equipment Co.. Inc.. paper — 5.30 
June 8 — Corporation Service Co. of Florida, rubber 

stamp .50 

June 8 — Office Equipment Co., Inc., paper, etc. 14.65 

June 8 — E. O. Painter Printing Co., printing 10.00 

June 30 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 30.88 

June 30 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., supplies 23.45 

June 30 — The Record Companv. bill heads 13.75 

June 30— The Tribune Press, letter heads 210.00 

fune 30 — Christie Hall Business Machines, repairs — - 7.50 

June 30— H. &. W. R. Drew Company, cabinets, etc -- 162.81 

June 30 — Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

Tune 30 — Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., carbon 12.00 

June 30 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., gem clips — - 5.20 

June 30 — Underwood Typewriter Agency, repairs 10.00 

June 30— Harold C. Weaver, gold seals 10.60 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 319 

1938 Dr. Cr. 

June 50 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 29.55 

June 30 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Service, service 6.22 

June 30 — Western Union Telegraph Co., service 6.35 

June 30 — Railway Express Agency, service 6.55 

June 30— P. W. Wilson Co., drapery 5.05 

June 30— The Harrison Co., C. Gen. Laws 15.00 

June 30 — Joe Frank, traveling expense 37.30 

July 1 Appropriation $4,500.00 

Aug. 5 — J. M. Lee (R. A. Gray) traveling expense — - 43.15 

Aug. 23— The Record Company, books 40.00 

Aug. 23 — Rose Printing Co., cards 2.50 

Aug. 23— Old Dutch Carbon & Ribbon Co., ribbons -.- 11.00 

Aug. 23 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., paper 3.00 

Aug. 23 — Wilson Company, ribbon - -. 1.77 

Aug. 23— Miller-Bryant- Pierce Co., carbon 8.00 

Aug. IZ — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., ink 1.70 

Aug. 23 — James A. Ellis Co., carbon 16.20 

Aug. 23— H. & W. B. Drew Co., clock, etc. 47.50 

Aug. 23 — Capital Office Equipment Co., paper, etc. 12.50 

Aug. 23 — Capital City Publishing Co., printing 6.25 

Aug. 23 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 22.24 

Aug. 23 — Western Union, service 9.19 

Aug. 23 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 3.20 

Aug. 23 — -Railway Express Agency, service 23.06 

Aug. 23 — Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

Aug. 23 — Christie Hall Business Machines, repairs — - 1.25 
Aug. 23 — Midyette-Moor Insurance Agency, audit P. 

R. 34.30 

Aug. 30 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 47.45 

Aug. 31 — Hunter Press, printing 6.00 

Sept. 20 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., drinking 

cups 22.15 

Sept. 20 — Western Union Telegraph Co., service 3.83 

Sept 20— Diebold Safe & Lock Co., service 35.00 

Sept. 20— H. & W. B. Drew Co., f^les, etc. 24.80 

Sept. 20 — James A. Ellis Co., paper 16.19 

Sept. 20 — Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

Sept. 20 — The Harrison Company, Florida Reports — - 10.00 

Sept. 20— Miller-Brvant-Pierce Co., carbon 12.00 

Sept. 20— Old Dutch Carbon & Ribbon Co., ribbons 16.00 

Sept. 20 — Railway Express Agency, service 10.69 

Sept. 20 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 6.89 

Sept. 20 — Rose Printing Co., ledger and paper 60.50 

Sept. 20 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 21.00 

Sept. 20 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., Inc., stamp 

pads 1,50 

Sept. 20 — Underwood Typewriter Agencv, repairs 16.00 

Oct. 7 — J. M. Lee (R. A. Gray) traveling expense -- 5.80 

Oct. 12 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 66.35 

Oct. 17 — Western Union, service 11.69 

Oct. 17— H. & W. B. Drew Co., supplies 48.82 

Oct. 17 — Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

Oct. 17 — Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., ribbons 7.50 

Oct. 17— Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 3.13 

Oct. 17 — Railway Express Agency, service 1.34 



320 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

1938 Dr. Cr. 

Oct. 17— Rose Printing Co., form letters 16.00 

Oct. 17 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 20.05 

Oct. 17 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., Inc., pencils — - 1.60 

Oct. 17— Harold C. Weaver Co., carbon 4.00 

Oct. 17 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., supplies — - 36.50 

Oct. 31— J. Frank Cochran, P. M., stamps 100.00 

Oct. 31 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 41.10 

Nov. 3— J. Frank Cochran, P. M., postage 32.36 

Nov. 8 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service 22.15 

Nov. 8 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., Inc., ink 2.60 

Nov. 8 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 2.83 

Nov. 8 — Western Union, service 38.88 

Nov. 8— H. & W. B. Drew Co., scratch pads 6.15 

Nov. 8 — Florida Clipping Service, service 5.00 

Nov. 8 — The Florist's Review, subscription 2.50 

Nov. 8 — Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., carboji 8.00 

Nov. 8 — Bishop Office Equipment Co.. Inc., file case — - 78.00 

Nov. 8 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., erasers 1.50 

Nov. 30 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 59.00 

Dec. 1— J. Frank Cochran, P. M., stamps 100.00 

Dec. 6 — J. M. Lee (R. A. Gray) traveling expense -■ 32.05 

Dec. 8 — Christie Hall Business Machines, repairs 12.50 

Dec. 8 — Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., ribbons 13.50 

Dec. 8 — Mays Electrical Company, desk lamp 11.15 

Dec. 8— Merritt Brown Co., stencils 8.77 

Dec. 8 — Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., service 1.90 

Dec. 8 — Rose Printing Co., letterheads 40.50 

Dec. 8 — Railway E.xpress Agency, service 5.52 

Dec. 8 — Southeastern Telephone Co., service--- 23.75 

Dec. 8 — Mack Taylor, type cleaner 3.94 

Dec. 8 — Tallahassee Office Supply Co., gold seals 2.10 

Dec. 8 — Western Union, service 16.37 

Dec. 8 — Capital City Publishing Co., printing 142.85 

Dec. 8 — Capital Paper Company, paper 5.18 

Dec. 8— H. & W. B. Drew Co., paper 41.88 

Dec. 8 — Electrolux, Inc., parts 10.95 

Dec. 8 — James A. Ellis Co., rubber bands — ■ 12.10 

Dec. 8 — Capital Office Equipment Co., Inc., scales 30.65 

Dec. 13— T. Frank Cochran, P. M., stamps 80.00 

Dec. 31 — R. A. Gray, traveling expense 36.75 

Dec. 31 — T. M. Lee (R. A. Grav) traveling expense — - 4.75 

Bv Refund 25.20 

Balance in Fund as of December 31, 1938 2.300.09 



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COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR FLORIDA 



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Pearce Home, Washington, D. C. ; term expires April 4, 1941. 
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REQUISITIONS 

During the years 1936 and 1937 the following States have 
made requisitions on the State of Florida for fugitives from 
justice: 



Alabama 18 

Arkansas 1 

California 10 

Connecticut 2 

Delaware 1 

Georgia 38 

Illinois 17 

Indiana 4 

Kansas 1 

Kentucky 6 

Louisiana 1 

Maryland 3 

Massachusetts 3 

Michigan 3 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 2 



Missouri 2 

New Hampshire 1 

New Jersey 3 

North Carolina 6 

New York 13 

Ohio 3 

Pennsylvania 4 

South Carolina 5 

Tennessee 3 

Texas 7 

Virginia 6 

Washington 1 

West Virginia 1 

Wisconsin 1 



Total 167 



During the years 1936 and 1937 the State of Florida made 
requisitions on other States and the District of Columbia for 
fugitives from justice, as follows : 



Alabama 36 

Arkansas 2 

Arizona 1 

California 5 

Connecticut 3 

Georgia 52 

Illinois 8 

Indiana 5 

Kansas 1 

Kentucky 2 

Louisiana 5 

Maryland ' 2 

Massachusetts 3 

Michigan 5 

Minnesota 2 

Mississippi 2 



Missouri 2 

Montana 1 

North Carolina 8 

New Jersey 9 

New York 10 

Ohio 4 

Oklahoma 1 

Pennsylvania 1 

South Carolina 6 

Tennessee 9 

Texas 9 

Virginia 7 

West Virginia 4 

District of Columbia .... 4 



Total 209 



328 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

PRIMARY ELECTION 1938 



FILING FEES COLLECTED FROM CANDIDATES UNDER SECTION 385 OF 
THE COMPILED GENERAL LAWS OF FLORIDA, 1937 

(No designations are Democrats) 

For United States Senator : 

January 27. 1938— Dave Sholtz ...._ $ 300.00 

February 10, 1938— Finley Moore 300.00 

February 14. 1938— T. C. Merchant 300.00 

February 2Z, 1938— Claude Pepper 300.00 

March 12. 1938— J. Mark Wilcox ._. 300.00 

March 19, 1938— Allen E. Walker (Republican) . 300.00 

March 31. 1938— Thomas E. Swanson (Repub.) 300.00 

For Representative in Congress 
First Congressional District : 

March 31. 1938— J. Hardin Peterson 300.00 

For Representative in Congress 
Second Congressional District : 

February 14, 1938— R. A. (Lex) Green 300.00 

February 14, 1938— R. W. Farnell 300.00 

For Representative in Congress 
Third Congressional District : 

March 33. 1938— Millard Caldwell 300.00 

March 31. 1938— Parkhill Mays 300.00 

For Representative in Congress 
Fourth Congressional District : 

February 23, 1938— Henry H. Filer 300.00 

April 2. 1938— Pat Cannon 300.00 

March 18, 1938— Lewis E. Moore _ 300.00 

March 21. 19"!8— Robert R. Williams 300.00 

March 22, 19^8— Dwight L. Rogers 300.00 

March 25. 1938— Peter J. Cunningham 300.00 

Arpil 2, 1938— Mrs. Bernice H. Bowery 300.00 

March 31, 1938— J. S. G. Gallagher (Republican) 300.00 
For Representative in Congress 
Fifth Congressional District : 

March 19. 1938— Joe Hendricks ' 300.00 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 329 

For Justice of the Supreme Court 
Group 1 : 

January 17, 1938— D. Stuart Gillis 180.00 

January 24, 1938— Rivers Buford 180.00 

For Justice of the Supreme Court 
Group 2 : 

January 24, 1938— Elwyn Thomas 180.00 

January 31, 1938— Truman G. Futch 180.00 

January 31, 1938— J. Tom Watson 180.00 

For Justice of the Supreme Court — Unexpired 
term Fred H. Davis, deceased : 

January 24, 1938— Roy H. Chapman 180.00 

January 29, 1938— John Melvin Hearn 180.00 

For Attorney General : 

June 4, 1938— George Couper Gibbs 150.00 

For Railroad Commissioner 
Group 1 : 

February 2. 1938— Eugene S. Matthews 120.00 

February 5, 1938— Buck Hancock 120.00 

March 10, 1938— Bruce Davis 120.00 

For Railroad Commissioner 
Group 2 : 

March 21, 1938— Walter Kehoe 120.00 

March 23, 1938— Jerry W. Carter 120.00 

March 26, 1938— Wilbur C. King 120.00 

For Circuit Judge 

Fifth Judicial Circuit : 

February 24, 1938— F. R. Hocker 150.00 

March 28, 1938— A. P. Buie 150.00 

March 31, 1938— M. C. Scofield 150.00 

March 31, 1938— P. B. Howell 150.00 

April 2, 1938— Fred L. Stringer 150.00 

For State Attorney 

Second Judicial Circuit : 

April 1, 1938— Orion C. Parker, Jr 135.00 

For State Attorney 
Fifth Judicial Circuit: 

March 28, 1938— J. W. Hunter 90.00 



330 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

For State Attorney 
Sixth Judicial Circuit : 

March 25, 1938— Chester B. T^IcMullen 135.00 

For State Attorney 

Eighth Judicial Circuit : 

March 2, 1938— J. C. Adkins 135.00 

March 24, 1938^T. E. Duncan 135.00 

March 26, 1938— Zack H. Douglas 135.00 

For State Attorney 

Ninth Judicial Circuit : 

March 30, 1938— Murray W. Overstreet 144.00 

For State Attorney 

Tenth Judicial Circuit: 

March 14, 1938— L. Grady Burton 135.00 

For State Attorney 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit : 

March 10, 1938— G. A. Worley 195.00 

April 2, 1938— Philip E. Paine 195.00 

For State Attorney 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit : 

March' 1. 1938— Clyde H. Wilson 135.00 

March 4, 1938— Roy D. Stubbs 135.00 

March 4, 193&— Henry L. WiUiford 135.00 

For State Attorney 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit : 

March 28, 1938^J. Rex Farrior 150.00 

March 30, 1938— LeRoy Allen 150.00 

For State Attorney 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit: 

March 22, 1938— John C. Wynn 144.00 

March 28, 1938— John H. Carter, Jr 144.00 

March 31, 1938— L. D. McRae 144.00 

For State Attorney 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit : 

March 30, 1938— Phil O'Connell 90.00 

For State Senator 

Twelfth Senatorial District: 

March 26, 1938— Gus J. Dekle 10.80 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 331 

March 29, 1938— Fred P. Parker 10.80 

March 29, 1938— Theodore H. Frier 10.80 

For State Senator 

Twenty-fourth Senatorial District : 

February 28, 1938— David Elmer Ward 10.80 

March 7, 1938— Melvin E. Russell 10.80 

For State Senator « 
Thirty-second Senatorial District : 

March 10, 1938— R. Lucas Black 10.80 

For State Senator 

Thirty-sixth Senatorial District : 

January 28, 1938— Dewey A. Dye 10.80 

March 18, 1938— Wallace Tervin 10.80 

March 29, 1938— Paul C. Albritton 10.80 

For State Senator 

Thirty-eighth Senatorial District : 

March 4. 1938— John W. Gideons 10.80 

March 26, John V. (Jack) Monahan 10.80 

April 2, 1938— J. H. Popham 10.80 

$11,970.60 



332 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATEMENT OF MONEYS RECEIVED BY THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE YEARS 

1937-1938 AS FOLLOWS: 



1937 

Corporation Charter Tax (Incorporation Tax) $ 71,140.85 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Privilege Tax) 260,000.00 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Expense Fund) .... 10,000.00 
Fees as provided under Sections 240-241 C.G.L. 1927 28,653.75 

Commission Tax 17,560.00 

Laws sold 3,323.75 

Journals sold 52.00 

Reports sold 35.00 

Old furniture sold 114.80 

Flags sold 10.50 

$390,890.65 
1938 

Corporation Charter Tax (Incorporation Tax) $ 56,843.73 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Privilege Tax) .... 258.000.00 
Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Expense Fund) ---. 10,000.00 
Fees as provided under Sections 240-241 C.GL. 1927 23,342.25 
Filing Fees from Candidates under Section 385 

C.G.;L. 1927 11,970.60 

Commission Tax 18,870.00 

Laws sold 1,447.00 

Journals sold 105.00 

Reports sold 8.75 

Old furniture sold 16.50 

$380,603.83 






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APPENDIX 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 



GOVERNOR 

FRED p. CONE 



SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. A. GRAY 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 

GEORGE COUPER GIBBS 



COMPTROLLER 
J. M. LEE 



STATE TREASURER 

W. V. KNOTT 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

COLIN ENGLISH 



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

NATHAN MAYO 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 361 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND COUNTY BOARDS 
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, 1939-1941 



ALACHUA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— B. T. Martin, High Springs. 

District No. 2 — J. P. Ambrose, Waldo. 

District No. 3— B. M. Tench, Gainesville. 

District No. 4 — W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 

District No. 5— O. M. Tillman, Waldo. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. Leo Johnson, Hawthorne. 
District No. 2 — S. A. Hussey, Sr., Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — J. A. Goode, Alachua. 

BAKER COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Bryant Davis, Glen St. Mary. 
District No, 2 — ^J. S. Croft, Macclenny. 
District No. 3— C. M. Barber, Baker. 
District No. 4 — George Raulerson, Sanderson. 
District No. 5— E. D. Harvey, Glen St. Mary. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Joe Milton, Macclenny. 
District No. 2 — E. V. Taylor, Sanderson. 
District No. 3— J. E. Starling, Glen St. Mary. 

BAY COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Randall Newberry, Panama City. 

District No. 2 — Dee Williams, Millville. 

District No. 3 — A. L. Barber, Lynn Haven. 

District No. 4 — J. C. Gainer, Youngstown. 

District No. 5— W. W. Nichols, Southport. 



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BOARD OF PUniJC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A\\ R. Nichols, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — D. Mowat, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 3 — D. D. Jones, St. Andrews. 

BRADFORD COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— P. D. Reddish, Lavvtey. 
District No. 2 — T-. L. Conner, Starke. 
District No. 3 — Alallory Thomas, Starke. 
District No. A — R. S. Wasdin, Graham. 
District No. 5— T. D. Dyal, Brooker. 

BOARD OF PUI5LIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. H. Moore, Lawtey. 
District No. 2— W. E. Middleton, Starke. 
District No. 3 — E. J. Lewis, Brooker. 

BREVARD COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. C. Khngensmith, Titusville. 

District No. 2 — A. Fortenberry, Merritt Island. 

District No. 3 — John B. Rodes, Melbourne. 

District No. 4 — C. Sweet Smith, Cocoa. 

District No. 5 — A. A. Dunn, Mims. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. D. Pepper, Titusville. 
District No. 2 — L. R. Hightill, Cocoa. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Creel, Eau Gallic. 

BROWARD COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — \V. M. Johnson, Deerfield. 

District No. 2 — S. C. Fox, Pompano. 

District No. 3 — Henry J. Driggers, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 4 — F. L. Neville, Dania. 

District No. 5 — Charley Barney Smith, Hollywood. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. N. Powell, Pompano. 

District No. 2 — Albert L. McNeece, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 3— L. D. Neal, Hallandale, Box 356. 

CALHOUN COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wilson M. Bailey, Blountstown. 

District No. 2 — -Calvin Stephens, Altha, Route 2. 

District No. 3 — C. W. Shelton, Altha, Route 2. 

District No. 4 — J. R. Mayo, Frink. 

District No. 5 — J. A. Daniels, Kinard. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— J. T. Thomas, Altha. 
District No. 2 — J. W. Jones, Blountstown. 
District No. 3— Chester Cook, Altha, Route 2. 

CHARLOTTE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. R. Sparks, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 2 — W. H. Johnson, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 3 — Matt Weeks, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 4 — H. W. Smith, Charlotte Harbor. 

District No. 5 — Carl R. Farr, Englewood. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Guthrie, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 2 — J. R. Mauck, Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 3 — T. L Kennedy, Punta Gorda. 



CITRUS COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. R. Chalker, Dunnellon. 

District No. 2 — Brown Dumas, Crystal River. 

District No. 3— F. E. Marlow, Holder. 

District No. 4 — James E. Rooks, Brooksville, R. F. D. 

District No. 5 — J. K. Kelley, Inverness. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. W. Bellah, Hernando. 
District No. 2 — Farris D. Stevens, Crystal River. 
District No. 3 — P. B. Rooks, Homosassa. 

CLAY COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. G. Dyson, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — A. G. Pace, Orange Park. 

District No. 3 — Hiram Taylor, Doctors Inlet. 

District No. 4 — D. E. Pangborn, Keystone Heights. 

District No. 5 — Frank Williams, Green Cove Springs, 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — George A. Knight, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — W. Ernest Cherry, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — L. N. Wagner, Lake Geneva. 

COLLIER COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Joseph M. Bryan. Everglades. 

District No. 2 — D. Graham Copeland, Everglades. 

District No. 3 — ^J. M. Barfield, Collier City. 

District No. 4 — W. L. Clarke, Jr.. Naples. 

District No. 5 — G. W. Whidden, Immokalee. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — F. J. Frankenhoff, Everglades. 
District No. 2 — Mrs. Tommie C. Barfield, Collier City. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Ruth Frederick, Naples. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank Melton, Lake City. 
District No. 2 — Mack Hunter, Lake City. 
District No. 3 — G. L. Churclnvell. High Springs. 
District No. 4 — Paul Pearce, Lake City, Route 5. 
District No. 5 — Wilbur Douberly, Lake City. 



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BOARD OF PURl.IC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. E.Thomas, Lake City. 
District No. 2— R. F. Persons, Ft. White. 
District No. 3 — L. C. Owens, Lake City. 

DADE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— C. H. Crandon. Miami. Box 3289. 

District No. 2 — Cecil A. Turner, Miami, Court House. 

District No. 3 — N. P. Lowrey, Miami, Court House. 

District No. 4 — J. Lamar Paxson, Miami, Box 3289. 

District No. 5— J. D. Redd. Miami, Box 3289. 

BOARD OF PUniJC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Van E. Blanton, Miami. 275 N. W. 25th. 
District No. 2— Russell F. Hand, Miami., 500 Seybold Bldg. 
District No. 3— Charles G. Turner, Homestead. 
District No. 4 — R. P. Terry, Miami. 
District No. 5— R. E. Ellis, Miami. 

DE SOTO COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. Walter Brewer. Arcadia, R. F. D. I. 
District No. 2 — A. J. Dunham, Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — H. C. Avant, Arcadia, R. F. D. 
District No. 4 — Mike Peterson, Nocatee. 
District No. 5 — E. C. Aurin. Fort Ogden. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1- — E. J. Yelvington, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — J. C. Woodley. Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — Barney McLain, Nocatee. 

DIXIE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Melos Bush, Branford, R. F. D. 
District No. 2— T. P. Chaires. Old Town. 
District No. 3 — -Homer Pinner. Cross City. 
District No. 4 — L. L. Barber, Cross City. 
District No. 5 — ^John Philmon, Jena. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Van Green, Old Town. 
District No. 2 — B. S. Preston, Cross City. 
District No. 3 — G. C. Smith, Cross City. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — James G. Gary, Jacksonville, Box 507. 

District No. 2 — Ray Greene, Jacksonville, 4000 Pearl St. 

District No. 3 — Joe F. Hammond, Jacksonville, 410 Smith St. 

District No. 4 — Robert D. Gordon, Jacksonville Box 209. 

District No. 5 — VV. Howard Belote, Jacksonville, 1435 Naldo 
Ave. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Percy L. Thomas, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2— James T. Etheredge, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — W. C. Rivers, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Margaret G. Weed, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Brown Whatley, Jacksonville. 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank L. Parise, Pensacola, 117 S. Alcanez. 
District No. 2— John N. Rauscher, Pensacola, 607 N. "O" St. 
District No. 3 — H. A. Brosnaham, Pensacola. 
District No. 4 — Ed B. Creighton, Pensacola, Blount Bldg. 
District No. 5— T. C. McCoy, Bluff Springs. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. S. Edwards, Pensacola. 

District No. 2 — Samuel Rosenau, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — xA.lbert C. Wiggins, Pensacola, Box 1018. 

FLAGLER COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Andrew Clark Rodgers, Bunnell. 

District No. 2 — D. B. Roberts, Flagler Beach, Box 53. 

District No. 3 — K. K. Knight, Bunnell. 

District No. 4 — A. G. Thompson, Espanola. 

District No. 5 — K. W. Lord, Espanola. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— G. L. Biddle, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — O. O. Thomas, Bunnell. 
District No. 3 — F. L. Malphurs, Bunnell. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — E. C. Chason, Eastpoint. 

District No. 2 — H. L. Flowers, Apalachicola. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Nina Bloodworth, Apalachicola. 

District No. 4 — Wm. F. Randolph, Apalachicola. 

District No. 5 — H. L. Cook, Carrabelle. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. D. Callaway, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — Wm. M. Robison, Carrabelle. 
District No. 3 — H. G. Brown, East Point. 

GADSDEN COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. P. Woodbery, Havana. 

District No. 2 — John S. Curry, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — E. J. Scarborough, River Junction, 

District No. 4 — Hope Hines, Greensboro. 

District No. 5 — E. E. Bass, Quincy. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— T. N. Darsey, Havana, R. F. D. 
District No. 2— E. B. Shelfer, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — O. W. Gardner, Greensboro. 

GILCHRIST COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. F. Dupree, Trenton. 

District No. 2— C. R. Colson, Bell. 

District No. 3— D. M. Bryant, Trenton. 

District No. 4— Ira J. Philnian, Bell. 

District No. 5 — Dewey J. Stalvey, Trenton. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. C. Rogers, Trenton. 
District No. 2— J. H. Martin, Wilcox. 
District No. 3— J. W. F. Jones, Bell. 

GLADES COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. E. Frierson, Clewiston, R. F. D. 1. 

District No. 2— Thos. W. Coker, Labelle. 

District No. 3 — J. W. Adkins, Moore Haven. 

District No. 4 — W. B. Whidden, Palmdale. 

District No. 5— A. A. Beck, Lakeport. 

BOARD OF Pur.LIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. L. Peters, Moore Haven. 

District No. 2 — C. C. Curry, LaBelle. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Luvenia Gorman, Lakeport. 

GULF COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. R. Connell, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 2 — Floyd C. Lister, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 3— F. B. Whitfield. Overstreet. 
District No. 4 — Jesse Gaskin, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 5 — C. A. Lupton, Port St. Joe. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Thos. Meriwether, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 2 — Carter Ward, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 3 — Wilbur A. Wells. Wewahitchka. 

HAMILTON COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. M. Stephens, Jennings. 

District No. 2—^1. O. Smith, Jasper. 

District No. 3— W. R. McDonald, Jasper. 

District No. 4 — E. R. Stormant, Jasper. 

District No. 5 — H C. Rhoden. Jasper, Route 4. 



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BOARD OF PUGLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. A. Mitchell, Jasper. 

District No. 2 — Ike Shiver, Jennings. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Lillian S. Saunders, White Springs. 

HARDEE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Glenn H. Baggett, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Frank A. Chambless, Wauchula. 
District No. 3 — C. D. Ivey, Limestone. 
District No. 4 — Daniel F. Smith, Zolfo Springs. 
District No. 5—1. V. Moore, Wauchula, R. F. D. 2. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Jvey C. Royall, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Joe Cordell, Wauchula. . 
District No. 3 — Olen C. English, Ona. 

HENDRY COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dave G. Alston, Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — Herbert O'Bannon, Labelle. 
District No. 3— Blitz Wegman, Labelle, Box 27. 
District No. 4— Frank McClenithan, Labelle. 
District No. 5— E. B. Hull, Felda, Box 153. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Homer Taylor, Felda, 
District No. 2— Dillon Hall, Labelle. 
District No. 3 — C. E. Miner, Clewiston. 

HERNANDO COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— John P. Mills, Webster, R. F. D. L 

District No. 2 — C. L. Lowman, Istachatta. 

District No. 3 — John L. Ayers, Brooksville. 

District No. 4 — W. M. Russell, Brooksville. 

District No. 5— R. M. Harville, Brooksville. 

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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Rogers, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — Jay P. Jernigan, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — Franklin Smith, Brooksville. 

HIGHLANDS COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. L. Wells, Avon Park. 

District No. 2— W. W. Bell, Sebring. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Clara E. Pearce, DeSoto City. 

District No. 4 — Lee C. Crews, Lake Placid. 

District No. 5 — N. B. Jackson, Venus 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Paul Garber, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — T. V. Conway, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Cannon, Venus. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — ^Al. Chiarmonte, Tampa. 
District No. 2— Ed. J. Keefe, Tampa, Box 2192. 
District No. 3 — C. C. Coleman, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — J. S. Robinson, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — D. M. Dowdell, Wimauma. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Nick Nuccio, Tampa, 1804 21st St. 

District No. 2 — Fred William Ball, Tampa, Box 1110. 

District No. 3 — T. N. Henderson. Tampa, 3813 Nebraska Ave. 

District No. 4 — E. W. Simmons, Plant City, Route 3. 

District No. 5 — B. B. Badger, Riverview. 

HOLMES COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. D. Kemp, Ponce de Leon. 

District No. 2— Dan M. Padgett, Westville. 

District No. 3 — Tom Adams. Esto. 

District No. A — B. H. Forehand. Bonifay. 

District No. 5 — Shim S. Curry, Bonifay. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Levy Tindel, Graceville. 

District No. 2 — Homer Sellers. Westville. 

District No. 3 — B. H. Spears, Westville, Route 1. 

INDIAN RIVER 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank C. Vickers, Sebastian, Box 165. 

District No. 2— C. S. Michael, Wabasso, Box 89. 

District No. 3— S. E. Glover, Vero Beach, Box 913. 

District No. 4 — W. C. Graves, Jr., Vero Beach, Box 974. 

District No. 5-Albert O. Helseth, Vero Beach, R. F. D. 1, 
Box 39. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clayton T. Browne, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2— W. H. Walker, Winter Beach. 
District No. 3— Oscar L. DuBose, Vero Beach, Box "W." 

JACKSON COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. A. Adams, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — John E. Lambe, Marianna. 
District No. 3 — ^J. W. Grant, Marianna. 
District No. A — O. L. Peacock, Grand Ridge. 
District No. 5 — J. B. Garrett, Alalone. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — George J. Grace, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — F. M. Golson, Marianna. 
District No. 3 — E. H. Hughes, Malone. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. J. Reams, Lamont. 

District No. 2 — John H. Shuman, Monticello. 

District No. 3— J. D. Goldberg, Monticello. 

District No. 4— H. L. Cooksey, Lloyd. 

District No. 5— P. H. Boland, Wacissa. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— J. B. Keen, Monticello. 
District No. 2 — Joe T. Bishop, Aucilla. 
District No. 3 — D. L. Monroe, Jr., Waukeenah. 

LAFAYETTE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. L. Dyall, Mayo. 

District No. 2— C. F. Hart, Mayo. 

District No. 3— L. W. Hewitt, Mayo, Route 2. 

District No. 4— R. P. Jones, Branford. 

District No. 5— W. W. Hankins, Mayo. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Milton S. Parker, ]\Iayo, Route 1. 
District No. 2— R. L. Osteen, Mayo, Route 2. 
District No. 3— H. T., Putnal, Branford.. 

LAKE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George L. Singeltary, Leesburg. 

District No. 2 — Manuel Sloan, Mascotte. 

District No. 3— H. K. Stokes, Mohawk. 

District No. 4 — F. E. Qwens, Eustis. 

District No. 5— H. H. Hethcox, Umatilla, Box 126. 

BOARD OF PLIBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1- -J. Earl Myers, Eustis. 
District No. 2 — J. Chester Lee, Leesburg, 
District No. 3 — A. M. Davis, Groveland. 

LEE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— H. M. Stringfellow, Pineland. 

District No. 2 — Alvin Gorton, Ft. Myers. 

District No. 3 — W. A. Gibson, Bonita Springs. 

District No. 4— H. E. Keen, Alva. 

District No. 5 — R. Bruce Storter, Tice. 



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HOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. C. Hurd, Alva. 

District No. 2— Willie W. Stewart, Ft. Myers. 

District No. 3— James E. Hord, Ft. Myers. 

LEON COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. R. Wheeler, Tallahassee. 

District No. 2 — -Hunter M. Bannerman, Tallahassee, Rt. L 

District No. 3 — C. M. Ausley, Tallahassee. 

District No. 4 — C. B. Allen, Tallahassee, Route 4. 

District No. 5 — V. G. Phillips, Tallahassee. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Robt. F. Bradford, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — G. C. Herndon, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — W. A. Register, Tallahassee, Route 5. 

LEVY COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carl Wellman, Bronson. 
District No. 2 — Fred T. Davidson, Chiefland. 
District No. 3— W. S. Yearty. Otter Creek. 
District No. 4 — B. B. Rowland, Cedar Key. 
District No. 5— L. E. Smith, Williston, Box 95. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. E. W'atson, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — W. E. Duden, Cedar Key. 
District No. 3— L. C. Reddick. Williston. 

LIBERTY COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— F. C. Phillips, Rock Bluff. 

District No. 2— J. M. Revell, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — Joe L. Lindsey, Sumatra. 

District No. 4 — Troy Sanders, Hosford. 

District No. 5— Albert M. Shuler, Telogia. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Dave Sanders, Hosford. 
District No. 2 — C. O. Bateman, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Dock Sumner, Vilas. 

MADISON COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. A. Blalock, ^Madison. 

District No. 2— J. J. Sale, Lovett. 

District No. 3— T. P. McLeod, Greenville. 

District No. 4— W. G. Clements, Ebb. 

District No. 5— J. C. Black, Lee. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Vickers, Madison. 
District No. 2— S. E. \Miitty. Lee. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Reams, Greenville. 

MANATEE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. M. Tison, Parrish. 

District No. 2— J. P. Harlee, Palmetto. 

District No. 3— John T. Knight, Bradenton, Box 955. 

District No. 4 — Robert R. Roadman, Samoset. 

District No. 5— J. E. McLeod, Myakka City. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. H. Prine, Terra Ceia. 

District No. 2 — A. K. Hawkins, Bradenton. Box 960. 

District No. 3— J. W. Walker. !\Ianatee. 

MARION COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. Bruce MelTert, Ocala. 

District No. 2 — C. E. Hood, Dunnellon. 

District No. 3— William J. Piatt, Summerfield, R. F. D. 

District No. 4— W. C. White, Oklawaha, R. F. D. 

District No. 5—1. M. Smith, Reddick. 



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BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Colin Lindsey, Ocala. 
District No. 2— C. R. Veal, Ocala, Rt. 1. 
District No. 3 — William C. Henderson, Lynne. 

MARTIN COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wm. A. Palmer, Jensen. 
District No. 2 — R. G. Spicer, Stuart. 
District No. 3 — Arthur E. Sims, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4— R. L. Wall, Palm City. 
District No. 5 — Ralph I. Hamrick, Indiantown. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. B. Tilton, Jensen. 

District No. 2 — Julian D. Parker, Stuart. Box 942. 

District No. 3 — Alonzo T. Fountain, Indiantown. 

MONROE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wm. H. Monsalvatge, Key West. 
District No. 2— Braxton B. Warren, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Carl Bervaldi, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Norberg Thompson, Key West. 
District No. 5 — T. Jenkins Curry, Rock Harbor. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clarence H. Pierce, Key West. 
District No. 2— Allan B. Cleare, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Ralph K. Johnson, Key West. 

NASSAU COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John T. Ferreira, Fernandina. 

District No. 2 — Kelly K. Wilds, Fernandina. 

District No. 3 — John H. Goodbread, Yulee. 

District No. A — C. J. Walker, Hilliard . 

District No. 5 — Pasco Jones, Callahan. 



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IJOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — O. R. Sanders, Fernandina. 
District No. 2 — J. J. Johnson, Milliard. 
District No. 3— J. M. Spurlock, Callahan. 

OKALOOSA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Chipley C. Steele, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 2 — H. L. Hilton, Baker. 
District No. 3- — J. F. Cook, Crestview. 
District No. 4 — J. M. Garrett, Milligan. 
District No. 5 — W^alter S. Spence, Niceville. 

BOARD OF FUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— T. F. Hobbs, Baker. 
District No. 2— A. J. Martin. Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Lulu J. Edge, Niceville. 

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. T. Phelps, Ft. Drum. 

District No. 2 — C. F. Walker, Bassenger. 

District No. 3 — Ernest Hilliard, Okeechobee. 

District No. 4 — F. M. Mobley, Okeechobee. 

District No. 5 — W. E. Godwin, Okeechobee, Route L 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. D. Coker, Okeechobee. 
District No. 2— J. J. McLaughlin, Ft. Drum. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Harden, Sr., Okeechobee. 



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District No. 

District No. 

District No. 



ORANGE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

J. Rolfe Davis, Orlando, Box 2044. 
Carl J. Jackson, Apopka. 
J. R. Carpenter, Winter Garden. 
J. K. Barber, Orlando, Route 1. 
5 — E. C. Bass, Christmas. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 377 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. R. Holbrook. Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Julian E. Sadler, Oakland. 
District No. 3 — Ira J. Johnson, Winter Park. 

OSCEOLA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Mack Overstreet, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2 — LeRoy Bass, Kissimmee. 

District No. 3 — W. J. Thurber, Kissimmee. 

District No. 4 — Hardy Simmons, St. Cloud. 

District No. 5 — Mack Weaver, Kenansville. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. C. Carter, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — Joel Yates, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. A. Poston, Kelsey City. 

District No. 2 — Cecil Cornelius, West Palm Beach, Box 1545. 

District No. 3 — John Prince, Lake Worth. 

District No. 4— C. Y. Byrd, Delray Beach. 

District No. 5 — Doyle W. Crocker, Pahokee. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Carmen Salvatore, Pahokee. 

District No. 2— Carl A. Widell, W'est Palm Beach, Box 1944. 

District No, 3 — J. E. Engram, Lake Worth. 

PASCO COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Stanley Cochrane, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — B. A. Thomas, Zephyrhills. 

District No. 3— W. C. Law, Lutz. 

District No. 4 — Arthur Schrader, San Antonio. 

District No. 5 — L. C. Poole, New Port Richey. 

IS- A— Gray 



378 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Jas. F. Croley, Dade City, Box 113. 
District No. 2 — D. A. Storms, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3 — R. D. Stevenson, Elfers. 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. B. (Bill) Harris, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — W. H. Belcher, St. Petersburg, Route 2. 

District No. 3— John Chestnut, Clearwater. 

District No. 4 — William J. Christie, Dunedin. 

District No. 5 — E. H. Beckett, Tarpon Springs. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— S. R. Mcintosh, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Charles H. Teeter, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — E. Pasco Morris, Tarpon Springs. 

POLK COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John L. Robison, Medulla. 

District No. 2 — P. J. Langford, Frostproof. 

District No. 3— Milo M. Ebert, Lake Wales. 

District No. 4 — James W. Foley, Winter Haven. 

District No. 5 — Alonzo Logan, Lakeland. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Airs. Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 
District No. 2— Walter W. Wool folk. Lake Wales. 
District No. 3— R. C. Edmiston, Lakeland, Box 186. 

PUTNAM COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— L. P. DeWolf, Crescent City. 
District No. 2— J. A. Ginn, Palatka, Box 391. 
District No. 3— P. B. Williams, East Palatka. 
District No. 4 — A. E. Burney, Palatka. 
District No. 5 — L. P. Strickland, Interlachen. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



379 



BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. J. Baker, Satsuma. 

District No. 2— W. H. Beasley, Palatka, Box 10. 

District No. 3 — A. P. Johntry, Johnson. 

ST. JOHNS COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herbert W. Wilson, Bayard. 

District No. 2 — L. O. Davis, St. Augustine. 

District No. 3 — H. H. Bailey, Hastings. 

District No. 4 — Raymond D. Hill, St. Augustine. 

District No. 5 — Lee C. Owens, St. Augustine. 



BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— R. B. Hunt, St. Augustine. 
District No. 2 — Evelyn j\L Hamblen, St. Augustine. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Beach, Hastings. 

ST. LUCIE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Robt. E. Bissett, Ft. Pierce, Box 1178. 

District No. 2 — H. E. Center, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 3 — James Robt. Merritt, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 4 — Lane H. Jennings, Walton, Box 95. 

District No. 5— D. J. Wilcox, Ft. Pierce. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. E. Vassar, Ft. Pierce, Box 202. 

District No. 2— B. Arnold, Ft. Pierce, Box 505. 

District No. 3— N. C. Jorgensen, Ft. Pierce, R. F. D. 1. 

SANTA ROSA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John Q. Hanshaw, Bagdad. 

District No. 2— C. E. Enfinger, Milton, Route 2. 

District No. 3 — Henry V. Diamond, Jay, Route 1. 

District No. 4— Hubert Adams, Milton. 

District No. 5 — Bart D. Broxson, Milton, Route 4. 



380 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. R. Turner, Bagdad. 
District No. 2— W. J. McCurdy, Jay. 
District No. 3— B. M. Helms. Milton, Rt. 4. 

SARASOTA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John W. Davis, Sarasota. 

District No. 2 — W. S. Harris, Bee Ridge. 

District No. 3 — J. L. McAllister, Venice. 

District No. 4 — P. E. Buchan, Englewood. 

District No. 5 — A. Y. Carlton, Sarasota, Route 2. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Paul Cobb, Sarasota. 

District No. 2 — C. Woodburn Matheny, Sarasota. 

District No. 3 — Claude T. Curry, Nokomis. 

SEMINOLE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — O. J. Pope, Sanford. 

District No. 2 — F. A. Dyson, Sanford. 

District No. 3 — W. B. Ballard, Altamonte Springs. 

District No. 4 — J. E. Partin, Oviedo. 

District No. 5 — W. G. Kilbee, Geneva. 

BOARD OF' PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — F. T. Williams, Sanford. 
District No. 2— E. T. Haines, Altamonte Springs. 
District No. 3 — L. E. Jordan, Oviedo. 

SUMTER COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. R. Bigham, Coleman. 

District No. 2 — J. A. Traylor, Sumterville. 

District No. 3— C. M. Winton. Bushnell. 

District No. 4—1. C. Hall, Webster. 

District No. 5 — Geo. C. Perry, Oxford. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 381 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. L. Carter, W'ildwood. 
District No. 2 — W. L. Bozeman, Center Hill. 
District No. 3 — Francis A. Hayes, Webster. 

SUWANNEE COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— T. T. Law, Live Oak. 

District No. 2 — C. B. Warner, Falmouth. 

District No. 3— S. H. Harrell, Live Oak, Route 2. 

District No. 4 — W. M. Hogan, Live Oak. 

District No. 5 — J. L. Barnett. O'Brien. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. B. Wooley, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — G. E. Daughtry, Pinemount. 
District No. 3 — G. A. Hicks, Live Oak, Route 2. 

TAYLOR COUNTY 

COL'NTV COMMISSIONERS 

District No. l—\\. S. Whiddon. Perry. 
District No. 2 — John W. Courtney, Perry. 
District No. 3 — J. E. Ezell. Perry, Route 2. 
District No. 4 — G. C. Lewis, Shady Grove. 
District No. 5 — W. D. Whiddon, Lament. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. J. Callicott, Perry. 
Districtt No. 2 — W. J. Howard, Perry. 
District No. 3 — O. A. Simmons, Perry. 

UNION COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. L. Douglas, Lake Butler. 

District No. 2— C. H. Hunter, Raiford. 

District No. 3— S. M. Dukes, Dukes. 

District No. 4 — E. D. Summers, Lulu, Route 1. 

District No. 5 — David Blackwelder, Lulu, Route 1. 



382 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

BOARD OF PUnrJC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — James O. Dennison, Lake Butler, Route 1. 
District No. 2— P. K. Knabb, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — W. L. Brown, Lake Butler. 

VOLUSIA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John \V. Martin, Orange City. 
District No. 2 — Peter Gessner, DeLand, Box 156. 
District No. 3. — J. H. Graham, Seville. 
District No. 4 — Ernest L. Padgett, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5— H. E. Bennett, Oak Hill. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Hubert S. Talton, DeLand. 

District No. 2— Raymond L. Keith, DeLand, R. F. D. L 

District No. 3— Mrs. Mildred \V. Wells, Daytona Beach, Box 9 

WAKULLA COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. A. McLaughlin, Arran, Route L 

District No. 2 — John Strickland, Ben Haden. 

District No. 3 — Commodore Taff, Arran. 

District No. 4 — A. Haygood Russ, Wakulla. 

District No. 5 — V. L. Roberts, Sopchopy. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Amos Alexander, Jr., St. Marks. 
District No. 2 — R. W. Arnold, Panacea. 
District No. 3 — Archie Morrison. Sopchoppy. 

WALTON COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— G. M. Bishop, Argyle. 

District No. 2 — L. E. Gill, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 3 — G. M. Jennings, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 4 — M. M. Adkison, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5— J. J. Ward. Bruce. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 383 

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. T. Morris, DeFuniak Springs, 
District No. 2 — W. H. Casey, Freeport. 
District No. 3 — W. G. Spires, Darlington. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. C. T. Morrell, Millers Ferry. 

District No. 2 — C. Gillman Reddick, Chipley. 

District No. 3 — D. J. Cook, Vernon. 

District No. 4 — A. Britt, Bonifay. R. F. D. 

District No. 5 — O. J. Harrell, Wausau. 

BOARD OF PUBLIC IN.STRUCTION 

District No. 1 — George I. Owens, Wausau. 
District No. 2— D. D. Bass, Chipley. 
District No. 3 — W. Alto Harrell, Caryville. 



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Index 



A PAGE 

Accountancy, State Board of 34 

A. C. L. Special Officers 57-59 

Adjutant General 22 

Administration Board 21 

Aircraft Inspector 32 

Alachua County Officers 1937-38 100 

Alachua County Officers 1939-41 361 

Appendix 359 

Appointments, Military and Naval 321-324 

Aacheologist, State 55 

Architects, list of 63-70 

Architecture, State Board of 34-35 

Atlantic, Gulf and Mississippi Canal Commission 22-23 

Auditors, Assistant - 55 

Auditor, State 55 

B 

Baker County Officers 1937-38 101 

Baker County Officers 1939-41 361 

Barbers, State Board of 35 

Bay County Officers 1937-38 102 

Bay County Officers 1939-41 361 

Beauty Culture, State Board of 35 

Benjamin, Judah P., Memorial Commission 34 

Beverage Department — Director 25 

Board of Control Members 36-37 

BOARDS— 

Accountancy, Members State Board of 34 

Administration, Board of 21 

Architects. Members State Board of 34-35 

Barbers, Members State Board of 35 

Beauty Culture, Members Board of 35 

Budget Commission 21 

Canvassing 20 

Chiropody. Members State Board of Examiners 35-35 

Chiropractic, Members State Board of Examiners 35 

Commissioners of State Institutions 20 

Dental, Members State Board of Examiners Z7 

Education, State Board of 21 

Engineers, Members State Board of Examiners 37-38 

Finance Board 20 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers 31 

Internal Improvement Board 20 

Pharmacy, Members Board of Pharmacy 43-44 

Medical, Members Board of Examiners 40-41 

National Board of Review 54-55 

Naturopathic. Members Board of Examiners 41 

Nurses, ^Members Board of Examiners - 41-42 

387 



388 INDEX 



PAGE 

Optometry, Members Board of Examiners 43 

Osteopathic, Members Board of Examiners 43 

Pardon 20 

Pension 21 

Social Welfare, Members District Board 47-53 

Veterinary, Members State Board of Examiners 54 

Bradford County Officers 1937-38 104 

Bradford Conntv Officers 1939-41 362 

Brevard County Officers 1937-38 105 

Brevard County Officers 1939-1941 362 

Broward County Officers 1937-38 107 

Broward County Officers 1939-41 3(j2 

Broward, Napoleon B., Drainage District, Supervisors of 61 

Budget Commission -- 21 

Budget Report, Secretary of State 313-320 

C 

Calhoun County Officers 1937-38 108 

Calhoun County Officers 1939-41 363 

Caloosahatchee Improvement District 24 

Canvassing Board 20 

Chairmen, Countv Commissioners 384-385 

Charlotte Countv Officers 1937-38 109 

Charlotte County Officers 1939-41 363 

Chauffeurs, Non-resident suits 350-358 

Chemist, State 56 

Chemist, Assistant State 56 

Chiropody, State Board of 35-36 

Chiropractic, State Board of 35 

Circuit Court Calendars — 

First Circuit 86 

Second Circuit - 86 

Third Circuit 87 

Fourth Circuit 88 

Fifth Circuit 88 

Sixth Circuit 89 

Seventh Circuit 89 

Eighth Circuit 89 

Ninth Circuit 90 

Tenth Circuit 91 

Eleventh Circuit 91 

Twelfth Circuit 92 

Thirteenth Circuit 93 

Fourteenth Circuit 93 

Fifteenth Circuit 94 

Circuit Court Judges --: 80-82 

Citrus County Officers 1937-38 110 

Citrus County Officers 1939-41 363 

Civil Courts of Record — 

Dade County 99 

Duval Countv 100 

Clay Countv Officers 1937-38 Ill 

Clav County Officers 1939-41 363 

Collier County Officers 1937-38 112 



INDEX 389 



Collier County Officers 1939-41 364 

Columbia County Officers 1937-38 113 

Columbia County Officers 1939-41 364 

Commissioners, County Chairmen 384-385 

Commissioners of Deeds ;•• ^2:> 

Commissioners of State Institutions 20 

Commissioners of Uniform Legislation 25 

Commissions, Notaries Public 187-312 

Congressional Districts - 13-14 

Congressional Map 15 

County Courts — 

Broward County 95 

DeSoto County 96 

Gadsden County ■ 96 

Hillsborough County 96 

Indian River County 96 

Jefferson County 96 

Lee County 96 

Manatee County 97 

Martin County 97 

Okeechobee County 97 

Osceola County 97 

Palm Beach County 97 

Pasco County 97 

Pinellas County 98 

Polk County 98 

St. Lucie County 98 

Sarasota County 98 

Seminole County 98 

Sumter County 98 

County Officers — 

Alachua 1937-38 100 

Alachua 1939-41 361 

Baker 1937-38 101 

Baker 1939-41 361 

Bav 1937-38 102 

Bay 1939-41 361 

Bradford 1937-38 104 

Bradford 1939-41 362 

Brevard 1937-38 105 

Brevard 1939-41 362 

Broward 1937-38 107 

Broward 1939-41 362 

Calhoun 1937-38 108 

Calhoun 1939-41 363 

Charlotte 1937-38 109 

Charlotte 1939-41 363 

Citrus 1937-38 110 

Citrus 1939-41 363 

Clav - 1937-38 Ill 

Clav 1939-41 364 

Collier 1937-38 112 

Collier 1939-41 364 

Columbia 1937-38 113 



590 INDEX 



PAGE 

Columbia 1939-41 364 

Dade 1937-38 114 

Dade 1939-41 3o5 

DeSoto 1937-38 116 

DeSoto 1939-41 365 

Dixie 1937-38 117 

Dixie 1939-41 365 

Duval 1937-38 118 

Duval 1939-41 366 

Escambia 1937-38 121 

Escambia 1939-41 366 

Flagler 1937-38 123 

Flagler 1939-41 365 

Franklin 1937-38 124 

Franklin 1939-41 367 

Gadsden 1937-38 125 

Gadsden 1939-41 367 

Gilchrist 1937-38 126 

Gilchrist 1939-41 : 367 

Glades -..: 1937-38 127 

Glades 1939-41 368 

Gulf 1937-38 128 

Gulf 1939-41 368 

Hamilton 1937-38 128 

Hamilton 1939-41 368 

Hardee 1937-38 130 

Hardee 1939-41 369 

Hendry 1937-38 131 

Hendry 1939-41 369 

Hernando 1937-38 132 

Hernando 1939-41 369 

Highlands 1937-38 133 

Highlands 1939-41 370 

Hillsborough 1937-38 135 

Hillsborough 1939-41 370 

Holmes 1937-38 138 

Holmes 1939-41 370 

Indian River 1937-38 139 

Indian River 1939-41 371 

Tackson 1937-38 ■■ 140 

lackson 1939-41 371 

Jefferson 1937-38 142 

Jefferson 1939-41 371 

LaFavette 1937-38 143 

I^Fayettee 1939-41 372 

Lake 1937-38 144 

Lake 1939-41 372 

Lee 1937-38 145 

Lee 1939-41 372 

Leon 1937-38 146 

Leon 1939-41 373 

Levy 1937-38 147 

Levy 1939-41 373 

Liberty 1937-38 148 

Liberty 1939-41 : 373 



INDEX 391 



PAGE 

Madison 1937-38 149 

Madison 1939-41 374 

Manatee 1937-38 150 

Manatee 1939-41 374 

Marion 1937-38 152 

Marion 1939-41 374 

Martin 1937-38 153 

Martin 1939-41 37S 

Monroe 1937-38 154 

Monroe 1939-41 375 

Nassau 1937-38 155 

Nassau 1939-41 375 

Okaloosa 1937-38 157 

Okaloosa 1939-41 376 

Okeechobee 1937-38 158 

Okeechobee 1939-41 376 

Orange 1937-38 159 

Orange 1939-41 376 

Osceola 1937-38 160 

Osceoda 1939-41 377 

Palm Beach 1937-38 161 

Palm Beach 1939-41 377 

Pasco 1937-38 163 

Pasco 1939-41 377 

Pinellas 1937-38 165 

Pinellas 1939-41 378 

Polk 1937-38 166 

Polk 1939-41 378 

Putnam ■■ 1937-38 168 

Putnam 1939-41 378 

St. Tohns 1937-38 169 

St. Johns 1939-41 379 

St. Lucie 1937-38 171 

St. Lucie 1939-41 379 

Santa Rosa 1937-38 173 

Santa Rosa 1939-41 379 

Sarasota 1^37-38 174 

Sarasota 1939-41 380 

Seminole 1937-38 175 

Seminole 1939-41 380 

Sumter 1937-38 176 

Sumter 1939-41 380 

Suwannee 1937-38 177 

Suwannee 1939-41 381 

Taylor 1937-38 178 

Taylor 1939-41 381 

Union 1937-38 179 

Union 1939-41 381 

Volusia 1937-38 180 

Volusia 1939-41 382 

Wakulla 1937-38 182 

Wakulla 1939-41 382 

Walton 1937-38 183 

Walton 1939-41 382 



392 INDEX 

PAGE 

Washington 1937-38 185 

Washington 1939-41 383 

County Officers 1937-1938 100-186 

County Officers 1939-41 361-383 

Counties of State 18-19 

Court of Crimes, Dade County 100 

Court Reporters, Official 84-85 

Criminal Courts of Record — 

Dade County 94 

Duval County 94 

Escambia County 94 

Hillsborough County 95 

Monroe County 95 

Orange County 95 

Polk County 95 

D 

Dade County Court of Crimes 100 

Dade County Officers 1937-38 114 

Dade County Officers 1939-41 365 

Dade Memorial Park Commission, Members 37 

Death Warrants 326 

Dental Board, State 37 

DeSoto County Officers 1937-38 116 

DeSoto County Officers 1939-41 365 

Dixie County Officers 1937-38 117 

Dixie County Officers 1939-41 365 

Duval County Officers 1937-38 118 

Duval County Officers 1939-41 366 

E 

Education. State Board of 21 

Election, Primary, 1938 328-331 

Engineering Examiners. State Board 37-38 

Escambia County Officers 1937-38 121 

Escambia County Officers 1939-41 366 

Everglades Drainage District, Board of Commissioners 23 

Everglades Fire Control District 25 

Everglades National Park Commission 26 

F 

F. E. C. R. R. Co.. Special Officers 59-60 

Federal Courts in Florida 75-79 

District Judges. 

District Attorneys. 

District Clerks. 

District Deputy Clerks. 

Di.strict Marshals. 

District Deputy Marshals. 

District Probation Officers. 

District Referees in Bankruptcy. 

District Commissioners. 



INDEX 393 

PAGE 

Finance Board 20 

Financial Repoi-t, Secretary of State 313-320 

Flagler County Officers 1937-38 123 

Flagler County Officers 1939-41 366 

Florida Agriculture and Industrial Relief Commission 26-27 

Florida Board of Forestry 30 

Florida Citrus Commission 27-28 

Florida Crippled Children's Commission 28-29 

Florida Dry Cleaning and Laundry Board 29 

Florida Industrial Commission and Divisions 30 

Florida Milk Control Board 30-31 

Florida Real Estate Commission, Members 46 

Franklin County Officers 1937-38 124 

Franklin County Officers 1939-41 367 

Fugitives, Requisitions for -■ 327 

G 

G. S. & F. R. R. Co., Special Officers 61 

Gadsden County Officers 1937-38 125 

Gadsden County Officers 1939-41 367 

Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Members 38 

Gilchrist Countv Officers 1937-38 .' 126 

Gilchrist Countv Officers 1939-41 367 

Glades County Officers 1937-38 '. 127 

Glades County Officers 1939-41 368 

Governor and Cabinet 7, 360 

Governors of Florida 5 

Grapefruit Canners Advisory Commission 31 

Gulf County Officers 1937-38 128 

Gulf County Officers 1939-41 368 

H 

Halifax Hospital District, Board of Commissioners 24-25 

Hamilton County Officers 1937-38 129 

Hamilton County Officers 1939-41 368 

Hardee Countv Officers 1937-38 130 

Hardee County Officers 1939-41 369 

Health Officer. State 56 

Hendry Countv Officers 1937-38 131 

Hendrv Countv Officers 1939-41 369 

Hernando County Officers 1937-38 132 

Hernando Countv Officers 1939-41 369 

Highlands County Officers 1937-38 133 

Highlands County Officers 1939-41 370 

Hillsborough County Officers 1937-38 135 

Hillsborough Countv Officers 1939-41 370 

Holmes Countv Officers 1937-38 138 

Holmes County Officers 1939-41 370 

Hotel Commission 31-32 

I 

Indian River County Officers 1937-38 139 

Indian River County Officers 1939-41 371 

Inspectors, Bureau of Inspection, Department of Commissioner of 

Agriculture 32-33 

Internal Improvement Fund Board 20 



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J PAGE 

Jackson County Officers 1937-38 140 

Jackson County Officers 1939-41 371 

Jacksonville Terminal Co., Special Officers 61 

Jefferson County Officers 1937-38 142 

Jefferson County Officers 1939-41 371 

Judges of the Circuit Courts 80-82 

Justices of the Supreme Court 79-80 

Juvenile Courts — 

Brevard County 98 

Dade County 99 

Duval County 99 

Hillsborough County 99 

Monroe County 99 

Orange County - 99 

Pinellas County 99 

L 

L. & N. R. R. Co.. Special Officers 61 

Labor Inspector, State 56 

LaFavette County Officers 1937-38 143 

LaFayette County Officers 1939-41 2,7i 

Lake Countv Officers 1937-38 144 

Lake County Officers 1939-41 <■ 372 

Law^ Examiners, Members Board 39 

Lee Countv Officers 1937-38 145 

Lee County Officers 1939-41 372 

Legislators. Members 1939 71-74 

Leon Countv Officers 1937-38 146 

Leon County Officers 1939-41 373 

Letter of Transmittal 8-12 

Levy Countv Officers 1937-38 147 

Lew County Officers 1939-41 2,72, 

Libertv Countv Officers 1937-38 148 

Liberty County Officers 1939-41 Z7Z 

Live Stock Sanittary Board, Members 40 

M 

Madison Countv Officers 1937r38 149 

Madison Countv Officers 1939-41 374 

Manatee County Officers 1937-38 150 

Manatee Countv Officers 1039-41 374 

Marion Countv Officers 1937-38 152 

Marion County Officers 1939-41 374 

Marketing Commission. State 56 

Martin Countv Officers 1937-38 153 

Martin County Officers 1939-41 375 

Medical Examiners. State Board of 40-41 

Medical Members, of the Board of l 43 

Military and Naval .-\ppointments 321-324 

Moneys Received bv Secretarv of State ZZ2 

Monroe Countv Officers 1937-38 154 

Monroe County Officers 1939-41 ;..37S 

Motor Vehicle Commissioner, State 56 



INDEX 395 

N PAGi: 

Nassau County Officers 1937-38 155 

Nassau County Officers 1939-41 375 

Naturopathic Examiners, State Board - 41 

Naval and Military Appointments 321-324 

Naval Stores, Inspectors State at Large 33-34 

Naval Store, Supervising Inspector 33 

Necessary and Regular Expense, Secretary of State 313-320 

Non-resident Chauffeurs Suits 350-358 

Notaries Public 187-312 

Nurses, Members State Board of 41-42 

O 

Ocean Shore Improvement District, Members Board of Bond Trustees 42 

Official Court Reporters 84-85 

Okaloosa County Officers 1937-38 157 

Okaloosa Countv Officers 1939-41 376 

Okeechobee County Officers 1937-38 158 

Okeechobee County Officers 1939-41 376 

Okeechobee Flood Control District, Members Board of Commissioners 42 

Optometry, Members State Board of 43 

Orange County Officers 1937-38 159 

Orange Countv Officers 1939-41 376 

Osceola Countv Officers 1937-38 160 

Osceola County Officers 1939-41 Ill 

Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District, Board of Commissioners— 23-24 

P 

Palm Beach Countv Officers 1937-38 161 

Palm Beach County Officers 1939-41 Ill 

Pardon Board 20 

Pasco County Officers 1937-38 - 163 

Pasco County Officers 1939-41 377 

Pension Board 21 

Pharmacv, Members State Board of 43-44 

Pinellas Countv Officers 1937-38 165 

Pinellas Countv Officers 1939-41 Zli 

Polk County Officers 1937-38 166 

Polk County Officers 1939-41 378 

Primarv Election 1938 - 328-331 

Putnam Countv Officers 1937-38 168 

Putnam County Officers 1939-41 : 378 

R 
Railroad Commission 22 

Railroads, Special Officers — 

A. C. L. R. R. Co. 57-59 

F. E. C. R. R. Co. 59-60 

G. S. & F. R. R. Co. 61 

Tacksonville Terminal Co. 61 

L. & N. R. R Co. 61 

S. A. L. Ry. Co. 60-61 

Southern R. R. System 61 

Registered Trade Marks - 333-349 

Reporters, Official Court 84-85 



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Representlatives in Congress - 22 

Requisitions, for Fugitives 327 

Rewards Offered 326 

S 

S. A. L. R. R. Co., Special Officers 60-61 

Santa Rosa County Officers 1937-38 173 

Santa Rosa County Officers 1939-41 379 

Sarasota County Officers 1937-38 174 

Sarasota County Officers 1939-41 380 

Secretaries of State 6 

Secretary of State, Financial Report 313-320 

Secretary of State, Moneys Received 332 

Secretary to the Governor 55 

Seminole County Officers 1937-38 175 

Seminole County Officers 1939-41 380 

Senatorial Districts 16-17 

Senators, State 71772 

Senators, U. S 21 

Service Officer, State and Assistant 56 

Ship Canal Authority 57 

Social Welfare, Members District Board 47-53 

Southern Railway System, Special Officers 61 

State Attorneys 82-83 

State Attorneys, Assistant 83-84 

State Board of Health, Members 38-39 

State Health Officer 56 

State Library Board, Members 40 

State Planning Board, Members 44 

State Racing Commission, Members - 45 

State Road Department, Members 46-47 

State Service Officer and Assistant 56 

State Welfare Board, Members 54 

Stephen Foster Memorial Commission 57 

St. Johns County Officers 1937-38 169 

St. Johns County Officers 1939-41 379 

St. Lucie County Officers 1937-38 171 

St. Lucie County Officers 1939-41 379 

Sumter County Officers 1937-38 176 

Sumter County Officers 1939-41 380 

Supervisor Conservation 61 

Supreme Court Justices 79-80 

Suwannee County Officers 1937-38 177 

Suwannee County Officers 1939-41 381 

T 

Taylor County Officers 1937-38 178 

Taylor Countv Officers 1939-41 381 

Trade Marks' Registered. 1937-1938 - 333-349 

Tuberculosis Board, State 'j2 

U 

Union County Officers 1937-38 179 

Union County Officers 1939-41 3S1 

LTniform Legislation, Commissioners 25 

U. S. Senators 21 



INDEX 397 

V PAGE 

Veterinary, Meml>ers State Board of 54 

Volusia County Officers 1937-38 18U 

Volusia County Officers 1939-41 - 382 

W 

Wakulla County Officers 1937-38 182 

Wakulla County Officers 1939-41 382 

Walton County Officers 1937-38 183 

Walton County Officers 1939-41 382 

Warrants, Death 326 

Washington County Officers 1937-38 185 

Washington County Officers 1939-41 383 

Welfare Board, State Membeers 54