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REPORT 



of the 



SECRETARY OF STATE 

of the 

STATE OF FLORIDA 



For the Period Beginning January 1, 1941, and Ending 
December 31, 1942 





STATE CAPiTOL 



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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. Broom— 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 Trammei^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. 
Spessard L. Holland — 1941 to 1945. 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 

1941—1945 



GOVERNOR 
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND 



SECRETARY OF STATE 
R. A. GRAY 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 
J. TOM WATSON 



COMPTROLLER 
J. M. LEE 



STATE TREASURER 
J. EDWIN LARSON 



SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
COLIN ENGLISH 



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 
NATHAN MAYO 



SECRETARIES OF STATE 



James T. Archer — From July 23, 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 Jauuary 13, 1868. 

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 interimt April 12, 1930. Elected 
November 4, 1930, and commissioned November 7, 1930, 
for unexpired term. Re-elected and commissioned for four- 
year term beginning January 3, 1933. Re-elected and 
commissioned for four-year term from January 5, 1937, to 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. Re- 
elected and commissioned for four-year term from January 
7, 1941, to first Tuesday after first Monday in Januarj^, 
1945. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

OFFICE OF THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE OF FLORIDA 

Tallahassee, Florida 
January 1, 1943 

Honorable Spessard L. Holland, 

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 1941 and 1942. In addition to giving detailed 
statements of all transactions of the office and a record of 
commissions issued, I am also making some suggestions with 
reference to needed legislation in the field in which this office 
is particularly interested or with reference to laws that this 
office administers. 

Notwithstanding a season when many small businesses 
operated by corporations have been hard hit there has been 
no large decrease in the receipts from corporations either in 
the charter tax on the initial forming of new corporations, 
or in the capital stock tax which is an annual tax on the 
exercise of the corporate privilege. The clerical work incident 
to both these phases has not been lessened because even in 
the case of corporations surrendering their charters or per- 
mitting them to be extinguished by the Governor's Procla- 
mation following capital stock payment delinquencies there is 
still considerable work required by the personnel of this office 
in connection therewith. 

ELECTIONS 

During the past biennium the office had the handling of 
the regular primaries and general elections as well as several 
special elections called by the Governor to fill vacancies. In 
the case of our primary election laws there are amendments 
needed to iron out some difficulties arising mainly from a 
great variety of registration laws and in the time limit re- 
quired for filing expense accounts, etc. In these matters 
I shall be glad to suggest directlj^ to the Legislators what, 
in my opinion, are needed amendments. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 9 

The enactment by Congress of the Federal Law known as 
Public Law 712 enacted in September of 1942 required this 
office to handle considerable extra work in connection with 
the absentee voting of Florida citizens in the military or 
naval services. Inasmuch as there was no State law providing 
for wholesale absentee voting based on the grounds of military 
service no attempt was made to include State and County 
officials on the ballots furnished those in the military service 
prior to the General Election of 1942. The Attorney General 
gave an advisory opinion to the effect that the State law 
would not permit any other course, but the Act of Congress 
was fully complied with insofar as all Federal offices to be 
filled in the General Election of 1942 were concerned. 

I recommend that the Legislature make provision for those 
in the military service to vote for candidates for State and 
County offices even though absent from the State. In other 
words, I should like to see a State law that will supplement 
and complement the Federal Law. This, if done, will of 
necessity require a tremendously increased load on this office 
for handling the mechanics of such participation by those in 
the military service. Such a State Law would, of course, 
have to be drawn with the time element kept constantly in 
mind so that the absentee voting requirements will dove-tail 
in with the time provisions in our present Primary and General 
Election Laws. 

MEMBERSHIP ON BOARDS 

Since my last biennial report the Secretary of State has 
been placed on two boards or commissions in addition to 
the eleven on which he was already serving. These two were 
the State Planning Board and the Florida Economic Ad- 
vancement Council. In the case of the latter, the Secretary 
of State is also serving as Secretary, furnishing all of the 
secretarial facilities without cost to the Council. I am glad 
to be able to give attention to much of the work and many 
of the problems on some of our important boards. In fact, 
an appreciable amount of my time is devoted to the work of 
the boards and commissions on which I serve as an ex-officio 
member. 

DUTIES AS CUSTODIAN 

The Secretary of State is custodian of the Capitol and 
grounds. The capitol building has been seriously overcrowded 
for some time. The last Legislature wisely provided for the 
addition of a south wing but the General Revenue Fund has 



10 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

been insufficient to meet this and a number of other appro- 
priations payable from it. The need for additional space in 
the eapitol building grows more and more acute each year. 
Then, also, in the older parts of the building major repairs, 
especially in such installations as the heating and wiring, may 
have to be made soon. I have been able to keep up the main- 
tenance of the building within the appropriation made for 
that purpose, but this covers bare necessary maintenance and 
minor repairs. 

CIVIL SERVICE RECOMMENDED 

For the past six years I have recommended a modified civil 
service law for state employees. In previous reports I have 
stated that "the highest efficiency cannot be reached and 
maintained if the State employees labor under the constant 
fear of losing their positions." This is particularly true in 
the clerical work. I still hold the same view and am again 
making the same recommendation. In recommending a civil 
service law for state employees I do not have in mind one 
which would take from the head of the department the neces- 
sary authority of freeing the department of inefficient help, 
but a reasonable "middle ground" as I have before stated can 
be incorporated in a modified civil service law or one that will 
give merit examinations and reasonable assurance of tenure to 
employees so long as they abide by regulations. 

CENTRAL RECORDS DIVISION 

I repeat my recommendations of two years ago and four 
years ago in which I then said "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. Numerous 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." 

CAPITAL STOCK TAX 

The capital stock tax law has been in operation since 1931 
and has produced substantial revenues for the general revenue 
fund each year. With the many other Federal taxes and 
reports now required of corporations I deem it unwise to 
increase the amount of this tax or to amend it any substantial 



OF THE STATE OF FLOROA 11 

way the capital stock tax law. The law is so drawn that it 
can be enforced at very low expense. It does not require an 
army of field representatives or tax collectors. The main 
"teeth" in this law is the provision for the automatic dissolution 
when three years delinquent. Occasionally some corporate 
executives really overlook this unintentionally and find their 
corporation dissolved very much to their disadvantage. The 
Legislature of 1939 and in 1941 enacted a law that would be 
in effect for a limited time only permitting the revival of these 
dissolved corporations upon the payment of the three years 
back taxes. I recommend that such an Act should also be 
passed by the 1943* Legislature. 

CONCLUSION 

This office has enjoyed for some time the reputation of 
giving "prompt, efficient and courteous service." This was 
the slogan or motto adopted when I became Secretary of 
State and I am now recording my gratitude for the large 
number of letters and verbal expressions received from over 
the State attesting to the prompt and satisfactory service 
rendered by the Office of Secretary of State. 

I wish also to express my appreciation to your Excellency 
for your kindly consideration and co-operation. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. A. GRAY, 
RAG/MH Secretary of State. 



12 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

STATEMENT OF MONIES RECEIVED 

1941 

Charter Tax $ 45,068.54 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax 288,000.00 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Expense Fund) 10,000.00 

Fees collected as provided by law 21,899.50 

Lav/s sold 1,986.00 

Old furniture sold 66.00 

Reports sold 27.00 

Commission Tax 18,655.00 



$385,702.04 



1942 

Charter Tax $ 40,959.43 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax 255,000.00 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Expense Fund) 10,000.00 

Fees collected as provided by law 17,709.08 

Laws sold 4,095.85 

Miscellaneous 69.82 

Journals 210.90 

1941 Statutes sold l 10,837.00 

Commission Tax ...., 19,425.00 

Piling Fees Candidates under Section 385 C.G.L. 1927 14,720.25 

$373,027.33 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



13 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

Counties comprising each and the population of each County 
as shown by the 1940 Federal Census, and total population of 
each District. 



FIRST DISTRICT 
Counties Population 

Charlotte , 3,663 

DeSoto 7,792 

Glades 2,745 

Lee 17,488 

Hendry 5,237 

Pasco 13,981 

Hardee 10,158 

Highlands 9,246 

Hillsborough 180,148 

Manatee 26,098 

Pinellas 91,852 

Polk 86,665 

Hernando 5,641 

Sarasota 16,106 



Total 476,820 



SECOND DISTRICT 
Counties Population 

Alachua ' 38,607 

Baker 6,510 

Bradford 8,717 

Clay 6,468 

Columbia 16,859 

Dixie 7,018 

Duval 210,143 

Gilchrist 4,250 

Hamilton 9,778 

Lafayette 4,405 

Levy 12,550 

Nassau 10.826 

Suwannee 17,073 

Madison 16,190 

Taylor 11,565 

Union 7,094 



Total 388,053 



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REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 



THIRD DISTRICT 
Counties Population 

Bay 20,686 

Calhoun 8,218 

Escambia 74,667 

Franklin 5,991 

Gadsden 31,350 

Gulf 6,951 

Holmes 15,447 

Jackson 34,428 

Jefferson 12,032 

LecTii 31,646 

Liberty 3,752 

Okaloosa 12,900 

Santa Rosa 16,085 

Wakulla 5,463 

Walton 14,246 

Washington 12,302 

Total 306.264 



FOURTH DISTRICT 
Counties Population 

Broward 39,794 

Collier 5,102 

Dade 267,739 

Indian River 8,957 

Martin 6,295 

Monroe 14,078 

Okeechobee 3,000 

Palm Beach 79,989 

St. Lucie 11,871 

Total 436,825 



FIFTH DISTRICT 
Counties Population 

Brevard .' 16,142 

Citrus 5,846 

Flagler 3,008 

Lake 27,255 

Marion 31,243 

Orange 70,074 

Osceola 10,119 

Putnam 18,698 

Seminole 22,304 

Sumter 11,041 

St. Johns 20,012 

Volusia 53,710 

Total 289,452 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



15 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE STATE OF 
FLORIDA 




, Population 

First District 476,820 

Second District :. : :..., 388,053 

Third District 306,264 

Fourth District 436,825 

Fifth District 289,452 



16 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

SENATORIAL DISTRICTS 

Number and County or Counties comprising each, and total 
population of each District as shown by 1940 Federal Census : 
First District — Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties, 

Pop 28,985 

Second District — Escambia County, Pop 74,667 

Third District — Walton and Holmes Counties, Pop 29,693 

Fourth District — Jackson County, Pop 34,428 

Fifth District — Liberty, Franklin and Wakulla Counties 

Pop 15,206 

Sixth District — Gadsden County, pop 31,450 

Seventh District — Polk County, Pop. 86,665 

Eighth District — Leon County, Pop 31,646 

Ninth District — Hernando and Citrus Counties, Pop. . 11,487 

Tenth District — Madison County, Pop. 16,190 

Eleventh District — Pinellas County, Pop , 91,852 

Twelfth District — Taylor, Lafayette and Dixie Counties 

Pop 22,988 

Thirteenth District— Dade County, Pop 267,739 

Fourteenth District — Columbia County, Pop 16,859 

Fifteenth District — Bradford and Union Counties, Pop. 15,811 

Sixteenth District — Nassau County, Pop. 10,826 

Seventeenth District — Suwannee County, Pop 17,073 

Eighteenth District— Duval County, Pop 210,143 

Nineteenth District — Orange County, Pop 70,074 

Twentieth District— Marion County, Pop 31,243 

Twenty-first District- — Levy County, Pop 12,550 

Tw^enty -second District — Jefferson County, Pop 12,032 

Twenty-third District — Lake County, Pop 27,255 

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

Hendry Counties, Pop. 41,905 

Twenty-fifth District — Washington, Bay, Calhoun, and 

Gulf Counties, Pop 48,157 

Twenty-sixth District — Putnam County, Pop 18,"698 

Twenty-seventh District — DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands 

and Glades Counties, Pop 29,941 

Twenty-eighth District — Volusia County, Pop 53,710 

Twenty-ninth District — Clay and Baker Counties, Pop. 12,978 

Thirtieth District — Hamilton County, Pop 9,778 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 17 

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

Pop 23,020 

Thirty-second District — Alachua and Gilchrist Coun- 
ties, Pop 42,857 

Thirty-third District — St. Lucie, Osceola, Okeechobee, 
Indian River, and Martin Counties, 
Pop 40,242 

Thirty-fourth District — Hillsborough County, Pop. .. 180,148 

Thirty-fifth District — Palm Beach and Broward Coun- 
ties, Pop 119,783 

Thirty-sixth District — Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte 

Counties, Pop 45,867 

Thirty-seventh District — Seminole and Brevard Coun- 
ties, Pop 38,446 

Thirty-eighth District — Pasco and Sumter Counties, 

Pop 25,022 



18 



REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 



COUNTIES OF THE STATE 

Showing number of Representatives from each and Population of each 
County, according to 1940 Federal Census. 

Total Population for Florida, 1940 Federal Census, 1,897,414. 



COUNTY 



Alachua 

Baker 

Bay.... 

Bradford . . . . 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun. . . . . 
Charlotte . . . . 

Citrus 

Clay. ....... 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando. . . 
Highlands . . . 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson. . . 
Lafayette ... 

Lake 

Lee. ....... 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 



COUNTY SEAT 



Gainesville 

Macclenny 

Panama City 

Starke 

Titusville 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Blountstown 

Punta Gorda 

Inverness 

Green Cove Springs 

Everglades 

Lake City 

Miami 

Arcadia 

Cross City 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Bunnell 

Apalachicola 

Quincy 

Trenton 

Moore Haven 

Wewahitchka 

Jasper 

Wauchula 

La Belle 

Brooksville 

Sebring 

Tampa 

Bonif ay 

Vero Beach 

Marianna 

Monticello 

Mayo 

Tavares 

Ft. Myers 

Tallahassee 

Bronson 

Bristol 



Number of 
Representatives 



POPULATION 



38,607 

6,510 

20,686 

8,717 

16,142 

39,794 

8,218 

3,663 

5,846 

6,468 

5,102 

16,859 

267,739 

7,792 

7,018 

210,143 

74,667 

3,008 

5,991 

31,450 

4,250 

2,745 

6,951 

9,778 

10,158 

5,237 

5,641 

9,246 

180,148 

15,447 

8,957 

34,428 

12,032 

4,405 

27,255 

17,488 

31,646 

12,550 

3,752 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 19 

COUNTIES OF THE STATE— Continued 



COUNTY 


COUNTY SEAT 


Number of 
Representatives 


POPULATION 


Madison 

Manatee 


Madison 

Bradenton 

Ocala 

Stuart 

Key West 


2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 


16,190 
26 098 


Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 


31,243 

6,295 

14 078 


Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 


Fernandina 

Crestview 

Okeechobee 

Orlando 

Kissimmee 

West Palm Beach 

Dade City. . 


10,326 
12,900 
3,000 
70,074 
10,119 
79 989 


Pasco 


13 981 


Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Rosa 


Clearwater 

Bartow 

Palatka 

St. Augustine 

Ft. Pierce 

Milton 

Sarasota 

Sanford 

Bushnell ; . . 

Live Oak 


91,852 
86,665 
18,698 
20,012 
11,871 
16 085 


Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 


16,106 
22,304 
11,041 
17 073 


Taylor 

Union 


Perry 

Lake Butler 


11,565 
7,094 


Volusia 


De Land . 


53,710 


Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 


Crawf ordville 

DeFuniak Springs 

Chipley 


5,463 
14,246 
12.302 



20 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

BOARDS 



STATE CANVASSING BOARD 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General. 
J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS 

Spessard L. Holland, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

J, Tom Watson, Attorney General. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

BOARD OF PARDONS 

Spessard L. Holland, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

J. Tom Watson, Attorney General. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

BOARD OF FINANCE 

Spessard L. Holland, Governor. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

BOARD OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 

Spessard L. Holland, Governor. 

J. Tom Watson, Attorney General. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 21 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Spessard L. Holland, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

J. Tom Watson, Attorney General. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION 

Spessard L. Holland, Governor. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

BOARD OF PENSIONS 

Spessard L. Holland, Governor. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

Spessard L. Holland, Governor. 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. 

J. Tom Watson, Attorney General. 

J. M. Lee, Comptroller. 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer. 

Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

UNITED STATES SENATORS 

C. O. Andrews, Orlando, term expired January 3, 1941. Re- 
elected November 5, 1940, for six years from January 7, 1941. 
Term expires January 3, 1947. ^ 

Claude Pepper, Tallahassee. Re-elected November 8, 1938, 
for six years, from January 3, 1939. Term expires January 3, 
1945. 



22 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 

State at Large — Lex Green, Starke; elected November '6, 
1942 for two years from January 3, 1943. 

First Congressional Distri6t — J. Hardin Peterson, Lakeland; 
term expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 
for two years from January 3, 1943. 

Second Congressional District — Emory H. Price, Jackson- 
ville; elected November 3, 1942 for two years from January 3, 
1943. 

Third Congressional District — Bob Sikes, Crestview; term 
expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 for two 
years from January 3, 1943. 

Fourth Congressional District — Pat Cannon, Miami; term 
expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 for two 
years from January 3, 1943. 

Fifth Congressional District— Joe Hendricks, DeLand; 
term expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 
for two years from January 3, 1943. 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS 

Eugene S. Matthews, Starke ; term expired January 3, 1943. 
Re-elected November 3, 1942 for four years from January 3, 
1943. 

Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee; term expired January 3, 1943. 
Re-elected November 3, 1942 for four years from January 3, 
1943. 

W. B. (Babe) Douglass, Tallahassee ; term expired January 
1941. Re-elected November 5, 1940 for four years from Jan- 
uary 7, 1941. 

ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Vivian Collins, St. Augustine; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 11, 1937 until January 1, 1941. Re-com- 
missioned March 23, 1940 at the pleasure of the Governor. 

(Expiration of terms of appointive offices, boards and com- 
missions in accordance with Supreme Court Decision in case of 
State Ex Rel vs. CoUins, 101 Fla. 371) 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 23 

ATLANTIC, GULF AND MISSISSIPPI CANAL 
R. G. Patterson, Pensacola; term expired September 1, 1933. 
W. F. Coachman, Jr., Jacksonville; term expired September 
1, 1933. 

W. P. Franklin, Ft. Myers; term expired September 1, 1933. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES DRAINAGE 
DISTRICT 

James H. Franklin, Brighton; term expired June 4, 1939 
and Mark Tennant, Miami, commissioned March 5, 1940 until 
June 4, 1943. 

H. L. Lyons, Pompano; commissioned June 8, 1938, 
until June 5, 1942. Term expired and Tom Hr Bryan, Ft. 
Lauderdale, commissioned October 21, 1942 until June 5, 1946. 

D. R. McNeil, Okeechobee, commissioned August 25, 1937, 
until June 6, 1939. Resigned August 8, 1937 and Thad Carlton, 
Ft. Pierce, commissioned October 26, 1939 until June 6, 1943. 
Resigned November 25, 1940 and Earl McDaniel commissioned 
December 4, 1940 until June 6, 1943. 

George Chalker, West Palm Beach, commissioned July 22, 
1937 until July 10, 1941. Resigned April 22, 1942. 

James E. Beardsley, Clewiston; commissioned June 27, 1938, 
until June 10, 1942. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OVERSEAS ROAD 
AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT 

William W. Demerritt, Sr., Key West; commissioned Septem- 
ber 2, 1941 until July 8, 1945. Resigned June 10, 1942. Ben- 
jamin Trevor, Key West, commissioned September 2, 1941 until 
July 8, 1945. 

Armando Bobo, Key West; commissioned August 30, 1941 
until July 6, 1945. Resigned June 11, 1942. Willard M. Al- 
bury, Key West, commissioned August 30, 1941 until July 10, 
1945. 

Robert Pentland; Jr., Miami ; commissioned September 4, 1941 
until July 10, 1945. Resigned July 11, 1942, and Maximo 
Valdez, Key West, commissioned June 15, 1942 until July 8, 
1945. Resigned August 31, 1942. 



24 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

William W, Demerritt, Sr., Key West; re-commissioned 
Oct. 8, 1942 until July 8, 1945. 

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 

Ralph C. Henson, Daytona Beach: commissioned July 21, 
1941, until June 4, 1945 for Sub District One. 

Jerome A. Burgman, Daytona Beach ; commissioned July 21, 
1941, until June 14, 1945 for Sub District Two. 

J. K. Lawrence, Ormond Beach ; commissioned July 21, 1941, 
until June 4, 1945 for Sub District Three. Resigned August 
18, 1942. 

W. A. Gilliam, Daj'tona Beach; commissioned July 21, 1941, 
until June 4, 1945 for Sub District Four, 

B. M. Beach, Holly Hill; commissioned July 21, 1941, until 
June 4, 1945 for Sub District Four. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 
BROWARD 
W. M. Stafford, Lake Worth, Chief; commissioned June 14, 
1937 pleasure of Governor. 

H. M. Forman, Davie; confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941, 
and commissioned June 18, 1941 for term ending August 23, 
1941, and for term ending August 23, 1943. 

COLLIER 
J. Herman T. McGee, Everglades; commissioned July 21, 
1941, until next Senate. 

DADE 
Walter C. Ohlert, Hialeah; confirmed by the Senate June 
5, 1941, and commissioned June 12, 1941, until October 4, 1943. 
Resigned August 5, 1942. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 25 

HENDRY 

E. M. Cornette, Clewiston; commissioned June 30, 1941, until 
next Senate. 

GLADES 
W. B. Norton, confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941, and 
commissioned June 12, 1941, for term ending February 11, 
1942, confirmed and commissioned February 2, 1942 for two 
years. 

HIGHLANDS 
N. B. Jackson, Venus ; confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941, 
and commissioned June 20, 1941, for term ending August 9, 
1941 and August 9, 1943. 

MARTIN 
0. D. Hattaway, Indiantown ; confirmed by the Senate June 
5, 1941, and commissioned June 16, 1941, until June 7, 1941. 

0. D. Hattaway, Indiantown ; confirmed by the Senate June 
5, 1941, and commissioned June 16, 1941, until June 17, 1943. 

MONROE 
Thomas S. Caro, Key West; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 26, 1941, for a term beginning June 6, 1941, and 
ending August 23, 1941. 

OKEECHOBEE 

S. R. Rainsnider, Okeechobee ; confirmed by the Senate June 
5, 1941, and commissioned June 18, 1941, for term ending 
August 9, 1941, and for term ending August 9, 1943. 

PALM BEACH 
James A. Ball, Jr., Bell Glade ; confirmed by the Senate June 
5, 1941 and commissioned June 14, 1941, for two years from 
August 17, 1941. 

ST. LUCIE 

1. 0. Bishop, Ft. Pierce; commissioned June 30, 1941, until 
next Senate. 



:26 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONERS UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION 

R. A. Henderson, Jr., Ft. Myers; commissioned June 5, 1939, 
until June 5, 1943. 

Edward McCarthy, Jr., Jacksonville ; commissioned June 3, 

1939, until June 5, 1943 ; resigned January 15, 1941. Re-com- 
missioned September 9, 1941, until next Senate. 

M. Luther Mershon, Miami ; commissioned September 9, 1941, 
until next Senate, 

DIRECTOR BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT 

Thomas W. Long, Tallahassee ; commissioned May 23, 1939, 
until May 22, 1943. Resigned March 1, 1941 and Edgar W. 
Scarborough, Chattahoochee, commissioned March 10, 1941 until 
May 22, 1943. 

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK COMMISSION 

C. 0. Palmer, Miami Beach, Executive Chairman; commis- 
sioned November 12, 1937, until July 22, 1939. Recommis- 
sioned July 23, 1939 for four years. 

D. Graham Copeland, Everglades, Member; commissioned 
November 20, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 15, 
1937. Recommissioned November 13, 1937, until July 22, 1939. 

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

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

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

(Note only 5 of the 12 members now serving, others having 
resigned and one member died.) 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES 
DRAINAGE DISTRICT 
Mark R. Tennant, ]\Iiami; commissioned March 10, 1940, 
until June 4, 1943. 

Tom M. Bryant, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned October 21, 
1942, until June 5, 1946. 

Earl McDaniel, West Palm Beach ; commissioned December 4, 

1940, until June 6, 1943. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 27 

Paul Hoensbel, Port Mayaca ; commissioned October 23, 1942, 
until June 10, 1945. 

James E. Beardsley, Clewiston; commissioned June 27, 1938, 
until June 10, 1942. 

FLORIDA AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRIAL RELIEF 
COMMISSION 

Name changed to Florida State Improvement Commission by 
Chapter 20509, Acts of 1941, but no new members appointed. 

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

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

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

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

FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION 
State at Large 

(Grower) Wilbur L. Tilden, Orlando; commissioned June 
13, 1941 for one year. 

(Shipper) Charles A. Stewart, Lakeland; commissioned June 
13, 1941 for one year. 

(Shipper) G. R. Brock, Cocoa ; commissioned June 13, 1941 
for one year. 

(Grower) Wilbur L. Tilden, Orlando; commissioned June 9, 
1942, until May 31, 1944. 

(Shipper) Chas. A. Stewart, Lakeland ; commissioned June 

12, 1942, until May 31, 1944. 

(Shipper) G. R. Brock, Cocoa; commissioned June 11, 1942, 
until May 31, 1944. 

District One 
(Grower) R. M. Clewis, Sr., Tampa; commissioned June 13, 
1941 for two years. 

District Two 
(Shipper) A. S. Herlong, Sr., Leesburg; commissioned June 

13, 1941 for one year. 



28 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

{Shipper) A. S. Herlong, Leesburg; commissioned June 12, 
1942, until May 31, 1944. 

District Three 
{Grower) E. H. Williams, Crescent City; commissioned June 
13, 1941 for two years. 

District Four 

{Grower) C. Walton Rex, Orlando; commissioned June 13, 
1941 for two years. 

{Grower) C. Walton Rex, Orlando; commissioned June 9, 
1942, until May 31, 1944. 

{Grower )M. H. McNutt, Orlando; commissioned August 
18, 1942, until May 31, 1944. Resigned August 10, 1942. 

District Five 
{Grower) John M. Knight, Vero Beach; commissioned June 
13, 1941 for two years. 

District Six 
{Grower) Jeff Flake, Wauchua; commissioned June 13, 1941 
for one year. 

District Seven 

{Grower) Tom B. Swann, Winter Haven; commissioned 
June 13, 1941 for two years. 

{Shipper) Fred W. Davis, Lake Wales; commissioned June 
10, 1941 for two years. 

GRAPEFRUIT CANNERS ADVISORY COMMISSION 
(CITRUS COMMISSION) 

H. W. Nelson, Tampa; commissioned July 17, 1941, until 
October 5, 1940. 

D. A. Hunt, Lake Wales; commissioned July 14, 1941, until 
September 28, 1941. 

R. D. Robinson, Orlando; commissioned October 31, 1941, 
until September 27, 1943. 

Paul Stanton, Frostproof; commissioned November 1, 1941, 
until October 3, 1943. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORmA 29 

D. A. Hunt, Lake Wales; commissioned December 1, 1941, 
until September 29, 1943. 

C. E. Lindsey, Lakeland; commissioned June 30, 1941, until 
June 29, 1943. 

HOTEL COMMISSIONER 

W. M. Taylor, Tallahassee; commissioned January 7, 1937, 
until June 9, 1939. Recommissioned December 10, 1940, until 
June 9, 1943. Resigned January 9, 1941. 

Hunter G. Johnson, Bartow; commissioned January 9, 1941. 
until June 9, 1943. 

FLORIDA CRIPPLED CHILDRENS COMMISSION 
First Congressional District 
Wm. Steitz, Lakeland ; commissioned February 10, 1941, until 
June 15, 1943. 

Second Congressional District 
P. J. Watson, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 13, 1942, until 
June 23, 1944. 

Third Congressional District 
Sidney P. Levy, Pensacola; commissioned March 30, 1942, 
until June 15, 1945. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Warren Quillen, Coral Gables ; commissioned July 16, 1942, 
until June 16, 1945. Granted military leave November 7, 1942, 
and Mrs. Dorothy E. Morris, Miami, commissioned November 23, 
1942 as Acting Member Florida Crippled Children's Com- 
mission during the active military service of Warren W. 
Quillan, 

Fifth Congressional District 
Dr. C. S. Colley, Mount Dora ; commissioned June 19, 1939, 
until June 18, 1944. 

FLORIDA DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY BOARD 
Representing the Public 
Robert 0. Kay, Jacksonville; commissioned June 12, 1939, 
until July 1, 1942. Term expired and J. B. Carmichael, Gaines- 
ville, commissioned November 20, 1942, until July 1, 1946. 



30 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Representing Dry Cleaning Industry 

AValter T. Moore, Jr., Tallahassee ; commissioned August 19, 
1941, until July 1, 1945. 

A. J. McDaniel, West Palm Beach; commissioned December 
21, 1939, until July 1, 1943. 

I. G. Fonte, Tampa ; commissioned August 20, 1940, until 
July 1, 1944. 

Representing the Latmdry Industry 

T. M. Woodell, Jacksonville; commissioned July 2, 1937, 
until July 1, 1940. Term expired and Sam J. Heiman, Miami, 
commissioned August 6, 1941, until July 1, 1944. 

W. E. Starling, Miami; commissioned July 2, 1937, until 
July 1, 1941. Resigned August 1, 1941, and M. L. Neher, Coral 
Gables, commissioned August 7, 1941, until July 1, 1945. 

George C. Pastaur, Ocala; commissioned July 30, 1940, until 
July 1, 1943. Resigned April 23, 1942, and Thomas Selaba, 
Jacksonville, commissioned August 6, 1942, until July 1, 1943. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY 

Joe Foley, Foley; commissioned October 11, 1940, until 
August 24, 1944. Resigned February 2, 1941. 

Basil E.Kenney, Port St. Joe; commissioned April 1, 1941, 
until August 24, 1944. 

A. G. McArthur, Callahan ; commissioned August 5, 1938, 
until September 7, 1941. Recommissioned March 25, 1942, 
until September 7, 1945. 

W. C. Ray, Ocala; commissioned March 23, 1939, until Oc- 
tober 1, 1942. Resigned February 24, 1942, and Alex Collins, 
Ocala, commissioned March 9, 1942, until October 1, 1942. 
Term expired and Alex Collins Ocala, recommissioned October 
26, 1942, until October 1, 1946. 

A. B. Edwards, Sarasota ; commissioned October 7, 1940, 
until: September 7, 1943. 

Mrs. Linwood Jeffereys, Jacksonville ; commissioned Novem- 
ber 21, 1939, until September 26, 1943. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 31 

FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 
Chairman 
Harold C. Wall, Starke; commissioned June 19, 1939, until 
June 30, 1941 ; resigned November 8, 1940, and Parks Glover, 
Lake City, commissioned November 12, 1940, until June 30, 
1941 ; resigned February 1 1941, and Boyce A. Williams, 
Tavares, commissioned February 3, 1941, until June 30, 1941. 
Recommissioned July 18, 1941, until first Monday in January, 
1945. 

Memhers (2) 

Leo H. Hill, Jacksonville; commissioned July 17, 1939, until 
July 30, 1941. Suspended February 15, 1941, and Arthur W. 
Ritzaur, Lake Worth, commissioned February 25, 1941, pend- 
ing suspension of Leo H. Hill. Governor revoked suspension 
May 20, 1941. Resigned May 20, 1941. 

Arthur W. Ritzaur, Lake Worth ; commissioned September 
10, 1941, until first Monday in January, 1945. 

H. E. Wolfe, St. Augustine; commissioned August 4, 1938, 
until July 1, 1941 ; resigned February 5, 1941, and Joe Foley 
commissioned February 7, 1941, until July 1, 1941. 

Joe Foley, Foley; commissioned October 8, 1941, until Jan- 
uary, 1945. 

Director Unemployment Compensation Division 
(Under Civil Service) 
Fred B. Bradshaw, Tallahassee ; commissioned October 29, 
1940, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Director Em,ployment Division 
(Under Civil Service) 
Fons A. Hathaway, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 
30, 1938, during pleasure of Governor. 

Board of Review 
Thomas W. Fielding, Gainesville ; commissioned August 28, 
1939, until January 11, 1941. Term expired and J. Irvin Wal- 
den, Sarasota, commissioned June 30, 1941, until January 11, 
1945. 



32 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

Otis R. Parker Ft. Pierce; commissioned January 13, 1939 
for three years. Term expired and James E. Chance, Gaines- 
ville, commissioned January 13, 1942, until January, 1946. 

J. A. Scarlett, DeLand; commissioned August 8, 1939 until 
January 12, 1943. 

FLORIDA MILK BOARD 
Administrator 
Mrs. J. D. Alderman, Jacksonville; commissioned July 5, 
1939, for two years from May 31, 1939. Resigned February 
10, 1941. 

Paul H. Ficht, Clearwater; commissioned February 14, 
1941, until May 31, 1941. 

Paul H. Ficht, Clearwater ; commissioned June 12, 1941, until 
May 31, 1945. 

Board of Health 
Fred Safay, Jacksonville; commissioned July 2, 1939, for 
two years from May 31, 1939. 

Department of Agriculture 
J. M. Scott, Gainesville; commissioned July 8, 1939, for two 
years from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned December 6, 1941, 
until May 30, 1945. 

Producer 
Harry Benson, Boynton; commissioned June 28, 1939, for 
two years from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned October 29, 1941, 
until May 30, 1945. 

Distributor 
W. E. Wells, St. Petersburg; commissioned August 13, 1940, 
until May 30, 1942. 

Producer-Distributor 
E. A. Gilbert, Tallahassee; commissioned June 28, 1939, for 
two years from May 31, 1939. 

Not connected with Milk Industry 
Bertha Elliott, Jacksonville; commissioned July 5, 1939, 
for one year from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned September 
25, 1942, until May 31 1944. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 33 

STATE BOARD OP FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 

Chas. S. Mcintosh Daytona Beach; term expires next Senate. 

Luther C. Fisher, Pensacola ; commissioned January 21, 1942, 
until next Senate. 

Wilfrid T. Roberts, Sarasota ; commissioned January 22, 1942, 
until next Senate. 

H. Ryland Cox, Ft. Pierce; commissioned January 22, 1942, 
until next Senate. Military leave granted October 26, 1942, 
and J. B. Fannin, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned November 17, 
1942, as Acting Member State Board of Funeral Directors and 
Embalmers during the active military service of H. Ryland 
Cox. 

H. P. Whidden, Bartow; commissioned January 23, 1942, 
until next Senate. 

T. M. Lloyd, Pensacola; Joe L. Reed, Tampa; C. E. Cox, 
Vero Beach ; terms expire next Senate. 

FLORIDA CENTENNIAL COMMISSION 

State at Large 
La Monte Graw, Miami; commissioned December 12, 1941, 
for four years. 

First Congressional District 
Frank D. Jackson, Tampa; commissioned February 19, 1942, 
for four years. 

Second Congressional District 
Walter J. Matherly, Gainesville; commissioned December 29, 

1941, for four years. 

Garnett Andrews, Jacksonville; commissioned February 17, 

1942, for four years. 

Third Congressional District 
W. I. Stinson, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned December 
10, 1941, for four years. 

Jack W. Simmons, Tallahassee; commissioned December 13, 

1941, for four years. 

Fourth Congressional District 
J. B. Sullivan, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 2, 

1942, for four years. 



34 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

Fifth Congressional District 

Walter L. Hays, Orlando ; coininissioned December 15, 1941, 
for four years. 

Roy V. Ott, Ocala ; commissioned December 16, 1941, for 
four years. Resigned October 12, 1942. 

INSPECTOR OF AIRCRAFT 

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

INSPECTORS, BUREAU OF INSPECTIONS, DEPARTMENT 
OF COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

J. L. Carroll, .Marianna; commissioned September 2, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

H. R. Ferran, Eustis ; commissioned September 3, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned October 14, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

M. F. McKay, Tampa; commissioned September 3, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Wm. McCarrell, Jacksonville; commissioned September 3, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 11, 
1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

Rupert W. Smith, Arcadia ; commissioned September 3, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned October 7, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Antonio Dibona, Tampa ; commissioned September 3, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 12, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

P. M. Nasworthy, Jacksonville; commissioned September 4, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 11, 
1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

J. B. Taylor, Jacksonville ; commissioned September 4, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

O. K. Sheffield, Ft. Pierce; commissioned September 7, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 35 

J. W. Davis, Oeala; commissioned September 7, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 12, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

C. A. Peters, jMiami; commissioned September 7, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 15, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

J. B. Heirs, Miami; commissioned September 7, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 15, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

R. F. Milliken, Middleburg; commissioned September 7, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9, 
1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

Roy R. Roper, Winter Garden ; commissioned September 13, 
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 9, 
1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

Roy Hutchinson, Tallahassee ; commissioned October 5, 1937, 
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned December 12, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Nat Mayo, Ocala ; commissioned November 23, 1937, at 
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned September 10, 1941, 
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. 

L. S. Warren, Pompano ; commissioned August 15, 1939, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Henry M. Baker, West Palm Beach ; commissioned August 
15, 1939, at pleasure of Governor. 

A. G. Colcord, Ft. Myers; commissioned August 15, 1939, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Orion W. Davis, Gainesville ; commissioned June 8, 1940, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Thomas B. Newman, Winter Garden ; commissioned June 7. 
1940, at pleasure of Governor. 

Al G. Smith, Wauchula; commissoned October 28, 1940, for 
one year from November 1, 1940. Recommissioned February 
2, 1942, at pleasure of Governor. 



36 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

E. C. Bennett, Ocklawaha; commissioned January 28, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned January 28, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Geo. W. Wilson, Jacksonville; commissioned January 29. 
1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

W. C. Gibson, Miami ; commissioned January 29, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. Recommissioned January 29, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

W, W. Strum, Marianna; commissioned February 5, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Ray L. Hendricks, Orlando; commissioned February 6, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

J. Q. Llo3'd, Tarpon Springs ; commissioned September 20, 
1941, at pleasure of Governor, 

E. B. Green, Oca la : commissioned October 1, 1941, at pleas- 
ure of Governor. 

John Evans, Lake Worth ; commissioned November 25, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

J. W. Friesner, Lake Alfred ; commissioned December 1. 
1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

Dan Moyer, Pensacola; commissioned December 6, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Walter Freeze, Clearwater ; commissioned December 29, 1941, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Ross Copeland, Tampa ; commissioned January 30, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Geo. W. Mann, Bartow; commissioned January 30, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

P. L. Rollo, Pensacola ; commissioned February 1, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Percy Moody, Palatka ; commissioned February 3, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

John S. Weathers, Ocala; commissioned March 10, 1941, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

W. E. Whitlock, Jr., Tarpon Springs; commissioned May 5, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

SUPERVISING INSPECTOR OF NAVAL STORES 
J. E. Inman, Jacksonville; commissioned February 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of Governor. Deceased and, A. J. Murphy, 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 37 

Kissimmee, commissioned December 30, 1940, during the pleas- 
ure of the Governor, 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES, STATE AT LARGE 

E. M. Parker, Panama City; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor. 

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

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

C. F. Register, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor. 

A, J. Murphy, Lake Wales; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor ; resigned. 

E. A. Eggert, Pensacola ; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 

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

C. R. Shouse, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor, 

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

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

JUDAH P. BENJAMIN MEMORIAL COMMISSION 
Chas. H. Patten, Ellenton; commissioned November 18, 1937, 

until August 10, 1941. Recommissioned January 10, 1942, 

until August 10, 1945. 
Mrs. Eva Gates, Manatee; commissioned November 12, 1937, 

until August 17, 1941. Recommissioned January 2, 1942, until 

August 17, 1945. 

Mrs. R. E. Dowling, Bradenton; commissioned November 16, 

1937, until August 10, 1941. Recommissioned January 2, 

1942, until August 10, 1945. 

STATE BOARD OP ACCOUNTANCY 
Russell S. Bogue, Tampa; commissioned October 31, 1941, 

until August 17, 1945. 

W. F, Mill T T h, Miami ;_commis^oned September 26, 1941, 

until August 19, 1945. 




38 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Leonard Abess, Miami ; commissioned October 7, 1939, until 
August 26, 1943. (XjL€^fj4^ OJ'i.hfZ 

Joseph Hartman, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 15, 1942. 
until January 9, 1945. 

D. A. Smith, Jacksonville; commissioned September 26, 1940, 
until August 21, 1944. 

STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

Jas. Gamble Rogers, II, Winter Park; commissioned No- 
vember 27, 1935, until July 1, 1937. Recommissioned Septem- 
ber 15, 1941, until July 1, 1945. 

Melien C. Greeley, Jacksonville; commissioned September 
14, 1931, until August 10, 1935. Recommissioned September 19, 
1941, until August 10, 1943. 

John L. Skinner, Miami Beach; commissioned March 6, 1939, 
until August 14, 1939. Recommissioned September 17, 1941, 
until August 14, 1943. 

Philip F. Kennard, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 4, 
1936, until July 1, 1939. Resigned December 4, 1940, and 
Archie G. Parrish, St. Petersburg, commissioned September 15, 
1941, until July 1, 1943. 

Harry M. Griffin, Daytona Beach ; commissioned November 
14, 1934, until July 1, 1937. Term expired and Rudolph 
Weaver, Gainesville, commissioned Oct. 7, 1941, until July 1. 
1945. 

MEMBERS BARBER SANITARY COMMISSION 
Clyde Hammons, Lake City; commissioned June 19, 1939 
for four years. Resigned August 1, 1941, and R. L. Robinson, 
Ft. White, commissioned August 2, 1941, until June 18, 1943. 

George W. Ryals, Ocala ; commissioned June 10, 1939, for four 
years. Resigned August 1, 1941, and J. Oscar Robbins, Lake- 
land, commissioned August 2, 1941, until June 18, 1943. 

Ralph Spence, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned June 24, 
1939, for four years. Resigned August 1, 1941, and I. R. Meloy, 
Tallahassee, commissioned August 1, 1941, until June 23, 1943. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF BEAUTY CULTURE EXAMINERS 

First District 
Eva A. Lowther, West Palm Beach ; confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 14, 1939, ^f or three years. Term ex- 
pired and reco'^missioned July 13, 1942, until next Senate. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 39 

Second District 
Lee Ora Brown, Wauehula; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 12, 1939, for three years. Resigned Jan- 
uary 16, 1942, and Mary Singleton, Ft. Meade, commissioned 
February 7, 1942 until next Senate. 

Third District 
Mrs. Kathleen Gillette, High Springs; confirmed by the 
Senate and commissioned June 7, 1939, for three years. Re- 
signed January 15, 1941, and Mrs. D. L. Dubey, Jacksonville, 
commissioned February 22, 1941, until next Senate. Confirmed 
by Senate April 15, 1941, and recommissioned July 1, 1942, 
until next Senate. 

MEMBER STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS 
Otto J. L. Tonnisen, Jacksonville ; commissioned December 1, 
1942, until January 5, 1946. 

Thomas J. Henehey, West Palm Beach ; commissioned March 
18, 1936, until January 8, 1939. Recommissioned November 
6, 1941, until January 1, 1944. 

Harry H. Young, Miami ; commissioned March 6, 1936, until 
January 15, 1939, Recommissioned August 18, 1939, until 
January 15, 1942. Term expired and W. A. Davis, Tallahassee, 
commissioned March 30, 1942, until January 15, 1945, 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS 
Daniel K. Kirk, Jacksonville ; commissioned April 10, 1940, 

until July 12, 1942. Recommissioned July 16, 1942, until 

July 12, 1945. 

A. M. Morgan, Avon Park; commissioned November 13, 

1937, until July 10, 1940. 

D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee ; commissioned October 29, 1941, 

until July 10, 1944. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CONTROL 

West Florida 

Charles P. Helfenstein, Lake City ; commissioned November 

18, 1937, until June 27, 1941. Resigned October 27, 1940, 

and T. T. Scott, Quincy, commissioned October 7, 1940, until 



40 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

June 27, 1941. Recommissioned June 19, 1942, until June 27, 
1945. 

East Florida 
H. P. Adair, Jacksonville; commissioned November 19, 1937, 
until September 27, 1941. Recommissioned June 19, 1942, 
until June 27, 1945. 

South Florida 
R. P. Terry, Miami ; commissioned August 11, 1936, until 
June 27, 1939. Term expired and R. 11. Gore, Ft. Lauderdale, 
commissioned October 19, 1939, until June 27, 1943. 

Middle Florida 
W, M. Palmer, Ocala; commissioned November 22, 1937, 
until June 27, 1941. Term expired and Thomas W. Bryant 
commissioned April 13, 1942, until June 27, 1945. 

Middle South Florida 
N. B, Jordan, Quincy; commissioned October 27, 1939, until 
June 27, 1943. 

MEMBERS DADE MEMORIAL PARK COMMISSION 
0. B. Koonee, Eustis ; commissioned September 8, 1937, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

George Lee Singletary, Leesburg; commissioned September 
8, 1937, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. A. M. Roland, Bushnell; commissioned September 13. 
1937, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OP DENTAL EXAMINERS 

W. G. McLeod, Pensacola; commissioned April 10, 1940, 
until February 1, 1942. Recommissioned March 31, 1942, until 
February 1, 1946. 

Fred M. York, St. Petersburg; commissioned April 5, 1940, 
until February 1, 1942. Recommissioned March 30, 1942, until 
February 1, 1946. 

H. B. Pattishall, Jacksonville; commissioned April 4, 1940, 
until February 1, 1944. 

Alto B. Whitman, Orlando; commissioned April 2, 1940, 
until February 1, 1944. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 41 

L. D. Pankey, Coral Gables; commissioned February 5, 1940, 
until February 1, 1944, 

MEMBERS STATE DEFENSE COUNCIL 

W. C. Sherman, Panama City ; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor not exceeding four years. 

Lisle Smith, Haines City ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor not exceeding four years. 

McGregor Smith, Miami ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor not exceeding four years. 

A. H. Blanding, St. Augustine; term expires at pleasure 
of Governor not exceeding four years. 

Geo. L. Burr, Jr., St. Augustine; term expires at pleasure 
of Governor not exceeding four years, 

H. B. Pace, Pensacola; term expires at pleasure of Governor 
not exceeding four years. 

Carl Brorein, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of Governor 
not exceeding four years. 

Cody Fowler, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of Governor 
not exceeding four years. 

Thomas C. Imeson, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure ot* 
Governor not exceeding four years. 

Frank L. Holland, Bartow; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor not exceeding four years. 

L. H. Kramer, Lake Wales ; term expires at pleasure of 
Governor not exceeding four years. 

Ed, J. Keefe, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of Governor 
not exceeding four years. 

G. S, Osincup, Orlando; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor not exceeding four years, 

John Kilgore, Tallahassee; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor not exceeding four years, 

Mrs. Anne Carson Dunaway, Miami ; term expires at pleas- 
ure of Governor not exceeding four years. 

Sam Teague, Tallahassee ; term expires at pleasure of Gov- 
ernor not exceeding four years. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF ENGINEER EXAMINERS 
Blake R. Van Leer, Gainesville; commissioned July 17, 1936, 
until July, 1940. Resigned January 27, 1938, and W. W. 



42 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fineran, Gainesville; commissioned January 29, 1938, until 
July 1, 1940. Term expired and J. Wiley Keck, Miami; com- 
missioned December 9, 1940, until July 1, 1944. 

E. S. Fraser, Tallahassee; commissioned January 29, 1938, 
until July 1, 1941. Recommissioned July 22, 1941, until July 

I, 1945. Resigned August 18, 1942, and Robt. M. Angas, Jack- 
sonville, commissioned September 30, 1942, until July 1, 1945. 

Edmund Friedman, Miami; commissioned February 13, 
1936, until July 1, 1939. Term expired and E. W. Watkins, 
Palatka, commissioned May 25, 1940, until July 1, 1943. 

Chester F. Wright, Lake Worth ; commissioned July 8, 1936, 
until July 1, 1940. Term expired and recommissioned Decem- 
ber 10, 1940, until July 1, 1944. Resigned March 18, 1942 
and Alexander Blair, Lake Placid, commissioned April 1, 1942, 
until July 1, 1944. 

Joseph Weil, Gainesville ; commissioned October 23, 1935, 
until July 1, 1939. Term expired and recommissioned August 

II, 1940, until July 1, 1943. 

MEMBERS GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION 
All members recommissioned in January, 1943, until next 
Senate, under Section 30, Article 4 of the Constitution. 

First District 

Fred G. Garner, Winter Haven ; commissioned July 1, 1935, 
for four years. Term expired and 

L. G. Bruce, Bartow ; commissioned November 8, 1939, until 
July 1, 1943. 

Second District 
Thompson S. Baker, Jacksonville; commissioned August 4, 
1937, until July 1, 1941. Term expired. Recommissioned 
March 3, 1942, until July 1, 1945. Resigned July 22, 1941, 
and Lester Varn, commissioned October 1, 1942, until July 1, 
1945. 

Third District 
Lamar Gammon, Marianna ; commissioned July 27, 1937, 
until July 1, 1941. Term expired and Louis Morris, Monti- 
cello, commissioned July 24, 1941, until July 1, 1945. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 43 

Fourth District 
Inman Weeks, Pahokee ; commissioned June 20, 1939, until 
June 30, 1942. Resigned July 22, 1941, and J. W. Corbett, 
Ft. Pierce, commissioned July 24, 1941, until June 30, 1942. 
Recommissioned June 24, 1942, until June 30, 1946. 

Fifth District 

John S. Clardy, Ocala ; commissioned February 12, 1938, 
pending the suspension of Harry L. McDonald. Senate con- 
sented to this suspension, and 

John S. Clardy, Ocala; recommissioned September 27, 1940, 
until July 1, 1944. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 
(Subject to confirnmtio7i by the Setiate) 

A. W. Morrison. Miami ; confirmed by the Senate June 3, 
1937, and commissioned June 9, 1937, until June 7, 1941. 
Term expired and William Parr, Tampa, commissioned June 
27, 1941, until next Senate. 

Shaler Richardson, Jacksonville ; confirmed by the Senate 
June 3, 1937, and commissioned June 23, 1937, until June 7, 
1941. Term expired and Robert Mclver, Jacksonville, com- 
missioned March 28, 1942, until next Senate. 

N. A. Baltzell, Marianna; confirmed by the Senate June 3, 
1937, and commissioned June 25, 1937, until June 7, 1941. 
Deceased, and 

Herbert L. Bryans, Pensacola; commissioned December 13, 

1940, until next Senate. Term expired. Recommissioned 
March 27, 1942, until next Senate. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 
State at Large 
D. Niel Ferguson, Ocala; commissioned November 8, 1940, 
until June 30, 1943. 

First Congressional District 
W. S. Fielding, St. Petersburg; commissioned October 6, 

1941, until October 1, 1944. Resigned November 10, 1942. 

J. M. Allison, Tampa; commissioned October 10, 1941, until 
October 10, 1943. 



44 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Seco7id Congressional District 

W. Turner Davis, Madison; commissioned August 15, 1942, 
until August 7, 1945. 

H. P. Osborne, Jacksonville; commissioned February 18, 
1942, until August 10, 1944. 

Third Congressional District 

James Messer, Jr., Tallahassee; commissioned January 7, 
1942, until October 5, 1944. 

William Fisher, Pensacola; commissioned August 21, 1942, 
until August 15, 1946. 

Fourth Congressional District 

N. Vernon Hawthorne, Miami; commissioned May 22, 1942, 
until October 31, 1942. Resigned April 21, 1942. 

Alfred Green, Daytona Beach ; commissioned August 27, 
1942, until August 10, 1945 (in Fourth District under old 
law of apportionment.) 

Ralph H. Ferrell, Miami; commissioned May 22, 1942, until 
October 31, 1943. 

MEMBERS STATE LIBRARY BOARD 
D. H. Redfearn, Miami; commissioned December 20, 1939, 
until March 17, 1941. 

Mrs. Sue A. Mahorner, Jacksonville ; commissioned October 
27, 1939, until March 28, 1942. Resigned September 19, 1941, 
and Kathryn Abbey Hanna, Winter Park, commissioned October 
7, 1941, until March 28, 1942. Recommissioned July 16, 1942, 
until March 29, 1946. 

Harold Colee, Jacksonville; commissioned November 17, 1941, 
until September 5, 1945. 

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. Resigned April 4, 1941, and LeRoy Bass, 
Kissimmee, commissioned April 10, 1941, until July 31, 1942, 
Recommissioned October 7, 1942, until July 31, 1946. 

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



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 45 

P. E. Williams, Davenport; commissioned July 8, 1935, 
until July 31, 1938. Recommissioned December 12, 1938, until 
July 31, 1942. Resigned April 4, 1941, and Dave Turner, 
Bradley Junction, commissioned April 8, 1941, until July 31, 
1942. Recommissioned August 27, 1942, until July 31, 1946. 

C. P. Raulerson, Ft. Pierce; commissioned September 21, 
1936, until July 31, 1939. Recommissioned January 7, 1942, 
until July 31, 1943. 

James H. Bright, Hialeah ; commissioned July 31, 1935, until 
July 30, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned April 11, 
1940, until July 31, 1943. 

C. E. Perry, Gainesville, commissioned December 12, 1940, 
until July 31, 1944. 

J. P. Hatch, Live Oak; commissioned August 9, 1937, until 
July 31, 1941. Resigned April 7, 1941, and J. W. Woodward, 
Quincy, commissioned September 10, 1942, until July 31, 1945. 

J. D. Wilbanks, Tampa ; commissioned October 15, 1938, until 
July 31, 1941 ; recommissioned October 6, 1941, until July 7, 
1945. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Thos. W. Hutson, Miami ; commissioned September 11, 1936, 
until July 4, 1940. Recommissioned September 6, 1940, until 
July 4, 1944. 

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

George S. McClellan, Pompano ; commissioned November 13, 
1939, until July 13, 1942. Recommissioned July 11, 1942, 
until July 14, 1946. 

James E. Crump, Winter Haven; commissioned August 14, 
1936, until July 5, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned 
December 17, 1940, until July 5, 1943. 

I. W. Chandler, Avon Park; commissioned November 6, 
1939, until July 5, 1943. 

Carl A, Williams, St. Petersburg; commissioned August 8, 
1935, until July 5, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned 
December 9, 1940, until July 5, 1943. 



46 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

W. M. Rowlett, Tampa; commissioned July 5, 1936, until 
July 5, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned July 20, 1940, 
until July 5, 1944. 

Harold D. VanSchaick, Jacksonville ; commissioned Septem- 
ber 10, 1936, until July 4, 1940. Term expired. Recommis- 
sioned October 2, 1940, until July 5, 1944. 

J. C. Davis, Quincy ; commissioned December 9, 1937, until 
July 5, 1941 ; recommissioned October 19, 1941, until July 5, 
1945. 

S. G. Hollingsworth, Bradenton; commissioned February 7, 
1938, until July 21, 1941; recommissioned September 5, 1941 
until July 7, 1945. 

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

1937, until July 5. 1941. 

STATE BOARD OF NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS 

T. W. Evans, Miami ; commissioned June 6, 1938, until Jul}'^ 
16, 1941. Term expired. Recommissioned April 27, 1942, until 
July 16, 1945. 

Yale S. Lunin, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 19, 1938, 
until July 15. 1942. Resigned May 29, 1942, and E. B. Samp- 
son, Tarpon Springs, commissioned June 1, 1942, until July 
15, 1942. Term expired. Recommissioned July 27, 1942, until 
iJuly 15, 1946. 

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

Rex Smith, Jacksonville; commissioned August 1, 1939, until 
July 15, 1943. 

STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF NURSES 
Clifford H. Ewing, Jacksonville; commissioned December 14, 

1938, until August 21, 1941. Resigned July 22, 1941, and 
Cora R. Hodges, St. Augustine, commissioned November 12, 

1941, until August 21, 1945. Resigned September 15, 1942, 
and Kathryn Gutwald, Stuart, commissioned September 28, 

1942, until August 21, 1945. 

Florence C. Blakley, Miami ; commissioned October 1, 1940, 
until August 30, 1944. 

Louise B. Benham, Hawthorne; commissioned October 21, 
1935, until September 5, 1939. Term expired. Recommis- 




OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 

sioned December 12, 1939, until September 5, 1943. Resigned 
June 15, 1942, and Florence Moore, Winter Park, commissioned 
June 20, 1942, until September 5, 1943. 

Jean Waldron, Miami; commissioned January 13, 1939, until 
September 9, 1941. Term expired and Lucy Knox McGee, 
Jacksonville, commissioned November 12, 1941, until Septem- 
ber 9, 1945. 

Juanita Robson, Pensacola; commissioned December 19, 1938, 
until August 30, 1941. Term expired and Elsie M. Moog, Chat- 
tahoochee, commissioned November 10, 1941, until August 30, 
1945. 

OCEAN SHORE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 

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

George Moody, Flagler Beach ; commissioned August 20, 
1940, until June 9, 1944. 

F. L, Byrd, Bunnell ; commissioned August 8, 1940, until 
June 9, 1944. 

E. L. Padgett, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 12, 
1940, until June 19, 1944. 

J. Frank Isaac, Daytona Beach ; commissioned August 21, 
1936, until June 8, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned 
August 12, 1940, until June 8, 1944. 

F. N. Conrad, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 12, 
1940, until June 19, 1944. 

MEMBERS BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS OKEECHOBEE 
PLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 

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

G. Carl Adams, Miami Spring's; 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 Decem- 
ber 30, 1932, until July 23, 1935. Resigned August 12, 1942. 



48 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OP EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY 
L. H. Keene, Miami; commissioned July 25, 1938, until May 
29, 1942. Resigned May 4, 1939, and J. H. Keene, Miami, com- 
missioned May 9, 1939, until May 29, 1942. Term expired, 
and A. C. Haughton, West Palm Beach, commissioned June 
13, 1942, until May 29, 1946. 

Dan P. Galvin, Tampa ; commissioned June 4, 1936, until 
June 12, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned October 7, 

1939, until June 12, 1943. 

K. J. Weihe, Ocala; commissioned July 7, 1936, until July 
2, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned August 9, 1940. until 
July 2, 1944. 

A. C. Haughton, West Palm Beach ; commissioned July 26, 
1938, until May 29, 1941. Term expired and W. F. Humphreys, 
Tampa, commissioned June 23, 1941, until July 2, 1944. 

A. S. Kitchen, Clearwater; commissioned March 1, 1938, 
until May 29, 1941. Term expired and J. M. Morqus, Arcadia, 
commissioned August 4, 1941, until May 29, 1945. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OP OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL 
EXAMINERS 

George W. Frison, De Land; commissioned March 22, 1940, 
until July 29, 1942. Term expired and Richard S. Berry, 
St. Petersburg, commissioned August 21, 1942, until July 29, 
1945. Resigned October 8, 1942. 

E. W. Flynn, Tallahassee; commissioned January 4, 1937. 
until July 29, 1939. Recommissioned September 24, 1940, until 
July 29, 1942. Recommissioned August 22, 1942, until July 
29, 1945. 

Charles C. Tindall, Kissimmee; commissioned October 11, 

1940, until August 11, 1943. 

Norval E. Brown, Tampa ; commissioned July 26, 1938, until 
August 16, 1941. Term expired and H. B. Merner, Jackson- 
ville, commissioned October 9, 1941, until October 16, 1944. 

James J. McCormick, Miami; commissioned April 4, 1940, 
until August 20, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned August 
29, 1940, until August 20, 1943. 

David R. Shull, Ft. Lauderdale ; commissioned May 10, 1939, 
until August 25, 1941. Term expired and R. L. Johnson, 
Sebring, commissioned October 9, 1941, until August 25, 1944. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 49 

STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY 

R. Q. Richards, Ft. Myers; commissione i July 22, 1938, until 
July 20, 1942. 

John K, Clemmer, Miami ; commissioned September 5, 193G, 
until July 30, 1940. Term expired, and 

Geo. I. Martin, Tallahassee; commissioned July 31, 1940. 
until July 30, 1944. 

J. K. Atwood, Jacksonville; commissioned August 17, 1936. 
until July 7, 1940. Term expired. Reconimissioned July 25, 

1940, until July 7, 1944. 

C. G. Hamilton, *I^ompano; commissioned July 25, 1941, until 
July 7, 1945. 

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

Donald S. Evans, Orlando; commissioned July 22, 1941, 
until July 18, 1945. Granted military leave October 30, 1942, 
and Emmett Brown, Palatka, commissioned Acting Member 
November 7, 1942 during the term of active military service 
of Donald S. Evans. 

MEMBERS STATE PLANNING BOARD 

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

Arthur B. Hale, Tallahassee ; commissioned March 18, 1937, 
until January, 1941, Thos. A. Johnson, Pensacola, commission- 
ed March 26, 1941, until January, 1945. 

0. K. Holmes, Lake City ; commissioned December 7, 1937, 
until July 30, 1938. Resigned August 11, 1939, and 

A. J. Rountree, Lake City; commissioned September 19, 
1939, until July 30, 1941. 

A. C. Clewis, Tampa; commissioned December 9, 1937, until 
July 30, 1941. R. P. Terry, Miami ; commissioned December 10, 

1941, until July 30, 1945. 

Alex B. Steuart, Tallahassee; commissioned January 26, 1938, 
until January, 1941. C. B. Tread way, Orlando, commissioned 
March 27, 1941, until January, 1945. 



50 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS STATE RACING COMMISSION 
First Congressional District 
Frank Rogers, Jacksonville ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 6, 1939, for a term of two years, from June 
29, 1939. Resigned January 15, 1939. 

C. C. (Milo) Vega, Jr., Tampa; commissioned January 24, 

1941, until next* Senate. Confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned April 25, 1941, until June 29, 1941. Recommissioned 
April 15, 1941 for two years from June 29, 1941. Confirmed. 

Henry S. Baynard, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 15, 

1942, until next Senate. Resigned June 26, 1942, 

Second Congressional District 

Parks Glover, Lake City; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 7, 1939, for a term of two years from June 
29, 1939. Resigned November 8, 1940, and 

F. M. Cone, Gainesville ; commissioned November 12, 1940, 
until next Senate. Resigned January 15, 1941, and 

Louis J. Day, Live Oak ; commissioned January 24, 1941, 
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941 and 
recommissioned April 25, 1941, for a term of two years from 
June 29, 1941. 

Third Congressional District 

E. A. Williams, Bonifay; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 6, 1939, for a term of two years from June 29, 
1939. Resigned January 15, 1941, and 

William Paul Shelley, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned Jan- 
uary 14, 1941, until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate 
April 15, 1941, and recommissioned April 25, 1941, until June 
29, 1941. Reconfirmed and recommissioned May 2, 1941, until 
May 1, 1943. Resigned January 15, 1942. 

Fourth Congressional District 

Joe L. Sharit, Port St. Joe ; commissioned January 21, 1942, 
until next Senate. 

Jos. R. Stein, Miami ; confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 7, 1939, for a term of two years from June 29, 
1939. Resigned January 15, 1941, and 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 51 

Alex Balfe, Miami ; commissioned January 24, 1941, until 
next Senate. Reconfirmed and recommissioned May 26, 1941, 
until June 29, 1941. Reconfirmed and recommissioned May 

26, 1941 for term beginning- June 29. 1941 and ending June 
29, 1943. 

Fifth Congressional District 

S. J. Hilburn, Palatka ; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 9, 1939, for a term of two years from June 29, 
1939. Reconfirmed April 15, 1941, and recommissioned May 
2, 1941 for two years from June 29, 1941. 

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 

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

Jay L. Hearin, Tampa; commissioned August 20, 1941, until 
July 27, 1944. 

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

James R. Stockton, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 1, 
1939, until July 27, 1942. Resigned February 15, 1941, and 0. 
A. Gane, West Palm Beach; commissioned February 21, 1941, 
until July 27, 1942. Recommissioned July 31, 1942, until July 

27, 1945. 

0. P. Swope, Orlando ; commissioned June 3, 1938, until July 
26, 1940. Recommissioned August 20, 1941 until July 26, 1943. 

MEMBERS STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT 
First Congressional District 

Arthur B. Hale, Tallahassee ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 6, 1939, for a term of four years from Oc- 
tober 8, 1939. Resigned May 29, 1940. 

George L. Burr, Jr., Winter Haven; commissioned August 
11, 1940, until next Senate. Resigned February 15, 1941, and 
J. F. Townsend, Lake Wales ; commissioned February 17, 1941, 
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941 and 
recommissioned April 22, 1941 until October 7, 1943. 



52 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

Second Congressional District 
E. A, McColksey, Lake City, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned May 24, 1939, for a term of four years from Oc- 
tober 8, 1939. Resigned February 15, 1941, and James R. Stock- 
ton, Jacksonville; commissioned February 17, 1941, until next 
Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941 and recommis- 
sioned April 23, 1941 until January 7, 1943. 

Third Congressional District 
J. H. Faulk, Chipley; confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 6, 1939, for a term of four years from September 
30, 1938. Resigned February 15, 1941, and Thomas A. Johnson, 
Pensacola ; commissioned February 7, 1941, until next Senate. 
Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941, and commissioned Ap- 
ril 16, 1941 until September 29, 1942. 

Fourth Congressional District 

Brooks Bateman, Pahokee ; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 14, 1939, for a term of four years from October 
4, 1940. Resigned January 24, 1941, and 

H. H. Hector, Miami ; commissioned January 24, 1941, until 
next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941 and com- 
missioned April 23, 1941, until October 7, 1944, Resigned May 
19, 1942, and 

G. 0. Lindsey, Miami ; commissioned May 27, 1942, until next 
Senate. 

Fifth Congressional District 

James W. Perkins, De Land ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 6, 1939, for a term of four years from Oc- 
tober 8, 1937. Resigned January 24, 1941, and 

Nixon Butt, Sr., Orlando ; commissioned January 24, 1941, 
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941, and 
commissioned May 3, 1941, until October 7, 1941. Resigned No- 
vember 1, 1941, and 

C. Fred Ward, Winter Park; commissioned November 12, 
1941, until ne|t^Senat|.^j^^j, ^yj,,^^ ^^^^ 

District No. 1 
E. C. Work, Bagdad ; commissioned July 1, 1937, during the 
pleasure of the governor. Term expired and 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 53 

T. C. Rozier, Milton ; commissioned February 4, 1942, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

Dr. C. W. Carter, Westville; commissioned March 16, 1939, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 9, 
1942. 

A. J. Dixon, Esto ; commissioned October 4, 1941, during the 
pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. F. E. Mitchell, Valparaiso ; commissioned November 5, 

1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. J. E. Daniels, Pensacola; commissioned January 24, 

1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Frank Dearing, Panama City; commissioned May 2, 1942, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

John G. McNair, Pensacola ; commissioned September 25, 
1940, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August 10, 
1942, and 

H. A. Brosnaham, Pensacola ; commissioned August 22, 1942, 
until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

R. L. McKenzie, Panama City ; commissioned September 9, 
1940, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned 
February 24, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

District No. 2 

Mrs. 0. 0. Mickler, Tallahassee; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and recom- 
missioned February 11, 1942, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

0. M. Ashmore, Sopchoppy ; commissioned June 3, 1939, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

Ben Willis, Tallahassee ; commissioned April 11, 1940, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and 

Robert C. Parker, Tallahassee; commissioned February 4, 
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Eva Rhodes, Bristol ; commissioned February 7, 1942, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Claude B. Arrington, Havana; commissioned February 6, 
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Eleanor H. Floyd, Apalachicola ; commissioned February 10, 
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 



54 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sally Pulestou Taylor, Monticello ; commissioned February 
26, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

B. H. Dickens, Port Saint Joe ; commissioned February 26, 
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

H. D. Ward, Cottondale ; commissioned March 17, 1942, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

Flora Burton, Marianna; commissioned March 6, 1942, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

W. N. Faircloth, Quincy; commissioned February 12, 1942, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 3 

Mrs. M. F. Home, Jasper; commissioned July 1, 1937, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June 16, 1942. 

Maude M. Adamson, Mayo ; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

C. J. Hackney, Live Oak ; commissioned July 1, 1937, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 16, 1942. 

J. P. Kimble, Bronson ; commissioned September 16, 1941, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

S. R. Langston, Cross City; commissioned November 4, 1941, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned September 18, 
1942. 

E. F. Montgomery, Lake City ; commissioned December 1 , 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Van H. Priest, Madison ; commissioned April 3, 1942, 
for four years from April 3, 1942. 

John Rowland, Perry ; commissioned March 2, 1942, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 4 

Jasper C. Carter, Dade City ; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned November 
20, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Harry Jukes, Tarpon Springs; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June 13, 1940. 

Rachel R. Upham, St. Petersburg ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. M. Weeks, Brooksville ; commissioned October 12, 1939, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 55 

Dr. Grace Whitford, Ozona ; commissioned November 10, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. A. P. Endsley, Brooksville ; commissioned November 12, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Nell Allen, Bunnell ; commissioned November 1, 1941, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Frank J. Booth, Clearwater; commissioned January 9, 1942, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Frank Morris, Inverness; commissioned November 10, 1941, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 5 

James B. Fraser, Macclenny; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August 15, 1941. 

Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Starke; commissioned May 18, 1940, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned October 5, 1942, 
and 

L. A. Reynolds, Starke; commissioned December 18, 1942, 
until May 7, 1944, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Ida M. Knabb, Macclenny ; commissioned September 15, 

1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

George B. Gorman, St. Augustine; commissioned April 2, 

1942, for four years, from June 14, 1940. 

Harry M. Agin, Waldo ; commissioned March 6, 1942, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

Ira Thomas, Green Cove Springs ; commissioned November 
19, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Herbert Wm. Fishier, Fernandina; commissioned November 
23, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Verle A. Pope, St. Augustine ; commissioned June 15, 1940, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. J. W. McCollum, Gainesville ; commissioned December 
21, 1942, until October 29, 1944, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

District No. 6 

Jas. Ross, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 1, 1937, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and 

Dr. Robert Cleveland ; commissioned December 2, 1941, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Govemor. 



56 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Geo. M. Tanner, Baldwin; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

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

Mrs. Ben Stein, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned November 
7, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Milton C. Moore, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned Novem- 
ber 14, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Charles R. Norton, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 1, 

1937, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned 
September 12, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

G. D. Gay, Jacksonville ; commissioned June 7, 1940, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

Herbert Lamson, Jacksonville; commissioned November 5, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 7 

L. B. Boston, Tampa; commissioned October 7, 1941, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

W. P. Adamson, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned October 15, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

James W. Warren, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor, Resigned September 4, 1941, 
and 

Paul Vega, Tampa ; commissioned October 6, 1941, during the 
pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. T. C. Maguire, Plant City; commissioned January 18, 

1938, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned 
November 13, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. V. H. Northcutt, Tampa ; commissioned January 28, 
1938, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Albert Mellon, Tampa; commissioned June 13", 1938, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. R. W. Simpson, Tampa; commissioned September 22, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Maude Hough, Tampa, commissioned September 30, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 57 

Mrs. Ralph A. Marsicano, Tampa; commissioned September 
23, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Gettis B. Henderson, Tampa, commissioned September 23, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 8 

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

J. H. Hancock, Punta Gorda ; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. A. R. Barnett, Bradenton ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned November 1, 
1941. 

Bruce L. Davis, Arcadia ; commissioned July 1, 1937, during 
the pleasure of the Governor, 

D. W. Ireland, Ft. Myers ; commissioned July 1, 1937, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned February 4, 1942. 

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

J. C. Parker Anderson, Avon Park ; commissioned June 24, 
1939, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned 
February 18, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Paola C. Copeland, Everglades; commissioned December 29, 
1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

May D. Durrance, Punta Gorda ; commissioned December 29, 

1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. Bert W. Hendrickson, Bradenton ; commissioned Decem- 
ber 17, 1941, at pleasure of Governor. 

Gerald Ludwig, Sarasota ; commissioned January 5, 1942, at 
pleasure of Governor. Resigned March 6, 1942. 

Lloyd M. Lily, Moore Haven ; commissioned January 7, 1942, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Mrs. J. A. McGhee, Clewiston; commissioned January 22, 

1942, at pleasure of Governor. 

Bertha B. Watkins, Arcadia; commissioned February 23, 
1942, at pleasure of Governor. Resigned August 10, 1942. 

Sam W. Johnson, Ft. Myers ; commissioned March 25, 1942, 
from March 25, 1942, until December 17, 1945, at pleasure of 
Governor. 



58 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Mrs. Merle C. Kayton, Wauchula; commissioned March 27, 
1942, at pleasure of Governor. 

Thomas E. Fassett, Sarasota; commissioned March 6, 1942, 
from date of commission until January 4, 1946. 

District No. 9 

T. Paul Haley, Florida City ; commissioned September 25, 
1942, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Neil Hayes, Little River ; commissioned July 24, 1942, until 
July 1, 1945, during- the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Bernard Simon, Miami ; commissioned July 23, 1942, un- 
til July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Marie Willard Anderson, Miami ; commissioned July 24, 
1942, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Troy C. Davis, Miami ; commissioned July 25, 1942, until July 
1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. R. C. Hancock, Miami ; commissioned July 24, 1942, un- 
til July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Thomas F. O'Neal, Miami; commissioned August 10, 1942, 
until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Dr. Robert L. Allen, Miami; commissioned November SO, 
1942, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 10 
E. H. Hunt, Okeechobee ; commissioned March 1, 1938, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

Fred L. Martin, Ft. Lauderdale ; commissioned October 20, 

1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

M. R. Cartwright, Stuart; commissioned March 2, 1942, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

Fred W. Maxwell, West Palm Beach ; commissioned March 
4, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Carl N. Herman, West Palm Beach ; commissioned March 31, 

1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Warren T. Zeuch, Vero Beach ; commissioned March 23, 1942, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. R. L, Murray, Belle Glade ; commissioned April 15, 1942, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Gerald Saunders, Key West; commissioned August 3, 1942, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 59 

District No. 11 

Mrs. J. M. Douglas, Wiersdale ; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned March 
21, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. J. H. Popham, Center Hill; commissioned July 1, 1937, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned June 24, 
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned November 
17, 1942. 

R. B. Fuller, Mulberry; commissioned July 1, 1937, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned November 3, 
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

L. C. Sinclair, Winter Haven; commissioned March 3, 1939, 
during the pleasure of the( Governor. Recommissioned Novem- 
ber 13, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Leroy H. Oetjen, Leesburg; commissioned August 7, 1939, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned July 16, 1941. 

Martha Ballinger Doyle, Lakeland ; commissioned November 
3, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned July 
27, 1942. 

Nye E. Jordan, Bartow ; commissioned November 3, 1941, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Virginia Dean, Eustis; commissioned April 3, 1942, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

S. H. Bowman, Clermont; commissioned July 24, 1941, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor. 

Harris Powers, Ocala; commissioned June 22, 1942, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 12 

Mrs. Mary E. Summerlin, Daytona Beach; commissioned 
November 19, 1941, during pleasure of the Governor. 

N. C. Bryan, Kissimmee; commissioned Novernber 21, 1941, 
during pleasure of the Governor. 

John A. Holder, De Land ; commissioned November 22, 1941, 
during pleasure of the Governor. 

Eldridge Hart, Orlando; commissioned November 26, 1941, 
during pleasure of the Governor. 

Amy T. NcM^all, Orlando; commissioned November 27, 1941, 
during pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 5, 1942, 



60 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Geo. I. FuUerton, New Smyrna; commissioned December 1, 
1941, during pleasure of the Governor. 

William F. Cappelman, Winter Garden; commissioned No- 
vember 19, 1942, during pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Edgar T. Mobley, Sanford ; commissioned March 13, 

1939, during pleasure of the Governor. 

Mary Holler, Sanford; commissioned March 6, 1942, during 
pleasure of the Governor. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS 

\ Joseph J. Vara, Bonifay; commissioned November 4, 1937, 
until October 21, 1941. Term expired and John R. Scully, 
Tampa, commissioned September 13, 1941, for three years. 
John R. Wells, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 30, 

1940, until December 20, 1943. 

H. C. Nichols, Ocala ; commissioned September 22, 1941, until 
September 21, 1943. 

J. B. Yarborough, Miami; commissioned September 21, 1941, 
for four years. 

MEMBERS STATE WELFARE BOARD 

Commissioner 

Clayton C. Codrington, Lake City; commissioned July 1, 

1937, for a term of four years. Resigned, and Leland W. Hiatt, 

Marianna, commissioned October 13, 1941, until June 30, 1945. 

Members 

Alto Adams, Ft. Pierce; commissioned July 23, 1938, for 
four years. Resigned November 23, 1938. 

0. C. Minton, Vero Beach; commissioned July 1, 1939, until 
next Senate. Recommissioned October 8, 1941, until next 
Senate. 

T. Paine Kelly, Tampa; commissioned July 26, 1938, until 
next Senate. Confirmed by Senate but failed to qualify. 

James Warren, Tampa; commissioned September 12, 1941, 
until next Senate. Granted military leave and Dave Falk, 
Tampa, commissioned Acting Member December 7, 1942 during 
the term of active military service of James Warren. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 61 

Albert R. Caro, Pensacola ; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 16, 1939 for a term of four years from July 2, 
1939. 

Emmett Safay, Jaclcsonville ; commissioned July 30, 1941, 
until next Senate. 

Ellen Whiteside, Coral Gables; commissioned February 7, 
1942, until next Senate. 

D. W. Ireland, Ft. Myers; commissioned February 9, 1942, 
until next Senate. 

W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 28, 1941, 
until next Senate. 

STATE COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND 

Ex-Officio Member 
W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach. 

Two-Year Members 

E. B. Brandt, St. Petersburg; commissioned November 19, 
1941, for two years. 

W. Keith Phillips, Miami; commissioned November 18, 1941, 
for two years. 

Four-Year Members 

Calvin L. Todd, Pensacola; commissioned November 21, 1941, 
for four years. 

D. R. (Billy) Matthews, Gainesville; commissioned November 
21, 1941, for four years. Resigned July 18, 1942. 

Russell Frink, Jacksonville; commissioned July 27, 1942, 
until November 21, 1945. 

NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW 
Mrs. James A. Craig, Jacksonville; commissioned May 13, 

1930; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Fla, 

Statutes, 1941. 
Miss Florence Corrington, Miami ; commissioned June 18, 

1934; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Fla. 

Statute, 1941. 

Mrs. Carl W. Hill, Tampa; commissioned January 21, 1936; 

term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Fla. 

Statutes, 1941. 



62 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNOR 
Ralph Davis, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 7, 1941, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

STATE AUDITOR AND ASSISTANTS 

State Auditor 

William M. Wainwright; commissioned August 12, 1939, for 
for a term of four years from August 14, 1939. Resigned 
August 31, 1941, and Bryan Willis, Tallahassee, commissioned 
September 1, 1941, until August 13, 1943. 

Assistants 

A, J. Henry, Tallahassee; commissioned August 7, 1936, 
until July 5, 1939. Recommissioned January 17, 1941, until 
July 5, 1943. 

W. R. England, Inverness ; commissioned December 28, 1936, 
until December 4, 1940. Recommissioned January 16, 1941, until 
December 4, 1944. 

W. F. Powers, Tallahas.see; Commissioned January 15, 1941, 
until June 30, 1943. 

A. P. Ashby, Jr., Tallahassee; commissioned January 15, 
1941, until June 30, 1943. 

J. M. Cooley, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 15, 1941, 
until June 30, 1943. 

N. C. Geise, Tallahassee; commissioned January 16, 1941, 
until January 4, 1945. 

George T. Nunez, Tallahassee; commissioned January 27, 
1941, until June 30, 1943. 

W. M. Abernethy, Tallahassee; commissioned January 16, 
1941, until December 17, 1944. 

W. B. Johnson, Tallahassee; commissioned January 16, 1941, 
until January 4, 1945. 

W. Y. Mickle, Tallahassee; commissioned January' 16, 1941, 
until September 11, 1942. 

STATE ARCHEOLOGIST 

Vernon Lamme, Tallahassee ; commissioned according to the 
provisions of Chapter 16782, Acts of 1935. Suspended December 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 63 

11, 1935. Reinstated May 7, 1937. Resigned J^^ly 9, 1937. 
Recommissioned May 7, 1940, under the provisions of Chapter 
16782, Acts of 1935. Resigned November 5, 1942. 

STATE CHEMIST 
J. J, Taylor, Tallahassee; term expires August 4, 1945. 

ASSISTANT STATE CHEMISTS 
Nails Berryman, Tallahassee; commissioned April 16, 1940, 
until September 6, 1948. 

B. J. 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. 
E. Peck Greene, Tallahassee ; term expired September 1, 1935. 

STATE HEALTH OFFICER 

W. A. McPhaul, Pensacola ; commissioned September 12, 
1937, until September 12, 1941. Deceased, and 

A. B. McCreary, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 4, 1939, 
until September 11, 1941 ; deceased, and Wm. H. Pickett, Jack- 
sonville, commissioned January 30, 1941, until September 11, 

1941. Resigned July 15, 1942, and Henry Hanson, Jacksonville, 
commissioned July 20, 1942, until September 11, 1945. 

STATE LABOR INSPECTOR 
T. H. Hutchinson, Lakeland ; commissioned June 20, 1939, 
until December 31, 1942. 

STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER 
L. M. Rhodes, Jacksonville ; commissioned June 11, 1940, 
until June 6, 1942. Term expired. Recommissioned May 25, 

1942, until June 6. 1944. 

STATE MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSIONER 
D. W. Finley, Tallahassee ; commissioned September 30, 1939, 

until September 29, 1943. Resigned January 27, 1941, and 
Henry J. Driggers; commissioned January 27, 1941, until 

September 30, 1943. 



64 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE SERVICE OFFICER AND ASSISTANT 
State Service Officer 
C. H. Holtslaw, Bay Pines; commissioned January 13, 1939, 
until December 1, 1942, Recommissioned June 10, 1941, for 
four years under provisions of Chapter 20748, Acts of 1941. 
Granted military leave and John Falkenburry, Bay Pines, 
commissioned Acting Service Officer during the term of active 
service of C. H. Holtslaw. 

Assistant State Service Officer 
John Falkenburry, DeLand; commissioned April 24, 1940, 
until April 24, 1944. Recommissioned for four years from 
June 1, 1941 under the provisions of Chapter 20748, Acts of 
1941. Resigned August 12, 1942. 

FIELD SECRETARIES STATE SERVICE OFFICER 
David L. Wiley, Mt. Dora; commissioned August 14, 1941, 

for four years. 

Ernest S. Gaston, Perry; commissioned November 14, 1941, 

for four years. 

Jerry Ganz, Miami; commissioned November 17, 1941, fdr 

four years. 

SHIP CANAL AUTHORITY 

C. P. Summerall, Eustis; commissioned April 28, 1938, until 
April 22, 1941. 

Walter F. Coachman, Jacksonville; commissioned May 4, 
1938, until June 5, 1941. 

Rush H. Todd, Ocala; commissioned April 20, 1938, until 
June 5, 1941. 

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

J. W. Campbell, Palatka; commissioned April 30, 1938, until 
June 5, 1941. 

STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL COMMISSION 
Mrs. W. A. Saundere, White Springs; commissioned August 

23, 1940, for a term of four years. 

Carl Brorein, Tampa; commissioned August 22, 1940, for a 

term of four years. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORmA 65 

J. E. Fenn, Miami; commissioned August 29, 1940, for a 
term of four years. 

Earl W. Brown, DeLand ; commissioned August 28, 1940, 
for a term of four years. 

Mrs. Alfred I. Dupont, Jacksonville; commissioned May 29, 
1940, until May 21, 1944. 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN BASIC SCIENCES 

Mark Worth Emmel, Gainesville ; commissioned September 
11, 1939, for two years. 

Jay F. Pearson, Miami; commissioned September 9, 1939, 
for a term of three years. 

John Ferguson Gonn, DeLand; commissioned September 26, 
1939, for a term of three years. 

Donald D. Bode, Tampa; commissioned September 11, 1939, 
for a term of four years. 

Ezda May DeViney, Tallahassee; commissioned September 
13, 1939, for a term of four years. 

MEMBERS BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS POLICE OPPICERS 
INSURANCE AND ANNUITY FUND 

First Congressional District 
E. A. Garner, Sarasota ; commissioned December 5, 1941, for 
two years. 

Second Congressional District 
None. 

Third Congressional District 
A. G. Gushing, Marianna; commissioned September 4, 1941, 
for two years. 

Fourth Congressional District 
H. S. Redman, Miami ; commissioned June 14, 1942, for two 
years. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Roy Larson, Orlando; commissioned January 23, 1942, for 
two years. 

STATE BOARD OP PHOTOGRAPHIC EXAMINERS 
W. L. Gourson, Daytona Beach; commissioned February 9, 
1942, until September 21, 1943. 



66 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Howard F. Molir, St. Petersburg; commissioned February 
13, 1942, until September 21, 1943. 

Al P. Burgert, Tampa; commissioned February 9. 1942, 
until September 20, 1944. 

C. W. Dishinger, Jacksonville; commissioned February 11, 
1942, until September 20, 1944. 

T. Hope Cawthon, DeFuniak, Springs ; commissioned Septem- 
ber: 21. 1942, until September 22, 1945. 

MEMBERS SPECIAL BUILDING COMMISSION FOR ERECTION 
AND FURNISHING SUPREME COURT BUILDING 

Wm. Fisher, Sr., Pensacola; commissioned October 13, 1941, 
until one year after completion of said building, not exceeding 
a term of four years. 

Thomas Jean Ellis, Tallahassee; commissioned October 14, 
1941, until one year after completion of said building, not ex- 
ceeding a term of four years. 

Robert R. Milam, Jacksonville; commissioned October 17, 
1941, until one year after completion of said building, not ex- 
ceeding a term of four years. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS VARIOUS RAILROADS 
Created by Section 6653 CGL. 1927. 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 

J. C. Clements, Jacksonville ; term expires January 29, 1943. 

T. K. Whitley, Gainesville ; term expires January 29, 1943. 

H. T. Davis, Tampa; term expires January 29, 1943. Re- 
signed December 5, 1941. 

Henry Richardson, Jacksonville; term expires April 29, 1943. 

M. M. Deschamps, Wilmington, N. C. ; term expires June 6, 
1943. 

S. C. Graham, Sanford; term expires June 6, 1943. 

B. F. Hatfield, Tampa; term expires June 5, 1943. 

W. P. Ridout, Tampa ; term expires June 29, 1943. 

A. W. Claraday, Tampa; term expires June 29, 1943. 

0. J. English, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1943. 

F. W. Piatt, Tampa; term expires August 3, 1943. 

David Griffith, Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1943. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 67 

A. R. Hilton, Tampa; term expires February 20, 1944. 

D. L, Hendricks, St. Petersburg ; term expires February 20,. 
1943. 

C. E. Bass, Tampa; term expires February 20, 1943. 
W. D. Embry, Lakeland; term expires April 24, 1944. 

B. W. Bedenbaugh, High Springs ; term expires April 24, 
1944. 

R. D. Hawkins, Jacksonville ; term expires April 24, 1944. 

E. E. Wheeler, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1944. 

C. J. Barnes, Jacksonville ; term expires July 23, 1944. 
S. S. Duncan, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1944. 
J. A. Dorsey, Ocala ; term expires December 10, 1944. 

J. W. Lindsey, Jacksonville ; term expires December 10, 1944. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS FLORIDA EAST COAOT" RAILWAY 
COMPANY 

P. H. Burns, Jacksonville; term expires February 2, 1943. 

W. I. Minton, Jacksonville ; term expires March 3, 1943. 

R. M. Mahaffey, Jacksonville ; term expires March 3, 1943. 

S. J. Berry, Jacksonville ; term expires July 4, 1943. 

Wm. B. IMcDonald, Jacksonville ; term expires September 
10, 1943. 

L. 0. Davis, Jacksonville ; term expires November 14, 1943. 
Resigned May 1, 1942. 

E. 0. Stokes, Jacksonville; term expires January 7, 1944. 
Resigned November 25, 1942. 

J. P. Anderson, Jacksonville ; term expires February 22,. 
1944. 

H. B. Childress, Jacksonville ; term expires February 22, 1944. 

J. T. Sumner, Jacksonville; term expires March 1, 1944. 
Resigned December 22, 1942. 

R. G. Lewis, Jacksonville ; term expires March 1, 1944. 

J. R. Evans, Jacksonville ; term expires April 13, 1944. Re- 
signed September 12, 1942. 

Oscar T. Silcox, Miami; term expires May 15, 1944. 

J. E. Redish, Tampa ; term expires May 27, 1944. 

John H. Summerlin, Jacksonville; term expires August 22, 
1944. 



68 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

E. D. Zeigler, Jacksonville ; term expires September 12, 1944. 
Resigned November 19, 1942. 

W. E. Pellicer, Jacksonville; term expires November 1, 1944. 
Jack Owens, Miami ; term expires December 10, 1944. 

G. S. & F. RAILWAY COMPANY 
J. H. Johnson, Jacksonville ; term expired May 13, 1940. 

JACKSONVILLE TERMINAL COMPANY 
N. G. Nimn, Jacksonville ; term expires April 15, 1944. 
T. W. Parsons, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires June 23, 1944. 
Nelson Wood, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944. 
0. H. Haws, Jacksonville ; term expires October 19, 1944. 
U. S. G. Morgan, Jacksonville ; term expires October 19, 1944. 
C. L. McCrone, Jacksonville ; term expires October 19, 1944. 

LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY 
James Orrin Damon, Pensacola ; term expired September 
18, 1940. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY 

W. E. MacDonald, Jr., Jacksonville ; term expires January 
29, 1943. 

W. R. Owens, Jacksonville ; term expires January 29, 1943. 

J. R. Knight, Miami ; term expires January 29, 1943. 

C. P, Boiler, Jacksonville ; term expires April 15, 1943. 

J. S. Moye, Tampa ; term expires July 21, 1943. Resigned 
June 15, 1942. 

P. S. Lisle, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1943. 

R. B. Jackson, St. Petersburg; term expires August 4, 1943, 
Resigned June 26, 1942. 

J. E. Kenner, Jacksonville ; term expires October 10, 1943. 

C. L. Nelms, Jacksonville ; term expires January 29, 1944. 
Resigned December 9, 1942. 

P. P. Bethea, Jacksonville ; term expires January 29, 1944. 

Alton Batts, Jacksonville ; term expires January 29, 1944. 
Resigned March 6, 1942. 

J, R. Garner, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944. 

T. B. Reddick, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944. 

N.. A. Chesser, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944, 

L. M. Sumner, Tampa ; term expires April 12, 1944. 

R. C. Jackson, Tampa ; term expires April 12, 1944. 

E. L. Webb, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 69 

0. p. Scarborough, Baldwin; term expires April 25, 1944, 
Cossie Bailey, Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1944. 
J. K. Hue3% Jacksonville ; term expires August 4, 1944. 
Dewey G. Garner, Jacksonville ; term expires October 19, 1944. 
C. M. West, Tampa ; term expires November 10, 1944. 

H. R. Taylor, Jacksonville ; term expires November 9, 1944. 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM 
James H. Hood, Jacksonville ; term expires November 7, 1941. 
G. H. Gossett, Jacksonville ; term expires December 15, 1943. 
Herbert H. Hood, Jacksonville ; term expires January 8, 1944. 

A. G. Bryan, Jacksonville ; term expires October 8, 1944. 

I 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES TEACHERS 
RETIREMENT SYSTEM , 

Hortense Broward, Jacksonville ; commissioned April 12, 
1940, for three years. i 

R. J, Longstreet, Daytona Beach ; commissioned April 17, 
1940, for two years. ■ 

SUPERVISOR OF CONSERVATION 
S. E. Rice, Apalachicola ; commissioned January 29, 1940, 
pursuant to provisions of Chapter 16178, Laws of 1933. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NAPOLEON B. BROWARD 
DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

1. T. Parker, Dania ; commissioned July 25, 1938,. for four 
years. Recommissioned July 27, 1942, until July 25, 1946. 

H. M. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 11, 1938, 
for four years. Recommissioned July 22, 1942, until July 11, 
1946. 

W. H. Aires, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 14, 1938, 
for four years. Recommissioned July 22, 1942, until July 14, 
1946. 

STATE TUBERCULOSIS BOARD 

H. E. Merryday, Palatka ; cpmmissioned January 26, 1939 ; 
until March 16, 1941. 

W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville; commissioned August 22, 1936. 
until March 16, 1940; recommissioned January 1. 1941. until 
March 16, 1944. 

Arnold S. Anderson, St. Petersburg; commissioned February 
24, 1941, until August 28, 1944. I 



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76 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE 1943 



STATE SENATORS 

District 1— T. S. (Tom) Maddox, Milton** 

District 2 — Philip D. Beall, Pensacola* 

District 3 — A. P, Drummond, Bonifay** 

District 4 — Amos Lewis, Marianna* 

District 5 — Jay A. Shuler, Apalachicola** 

District 6 — A. L. Wilson, Qiiincy* 

District 7 — Harry E. King, Winter Haven** 

District 8 — LeRoy Collins, Tallahassee* 

District 9 — Dewey M. Johnson, Brooksville** 

District 10— W. T. Davis, Madison* 

District 11 — John S. Taylor, Jr., Largo** 

District 12 — K. Griner, Cross City* 

District 13 — Ernest R. Graham, Hialeah** 

District 14— J. Wofford Lindler, Lake City* 

District 15— Hal Y. Maines, Lake Butler** 

District 16— A. G. McArthur, Callahan* 

District 17— S. A. Hinely, Live Oak** 

District 18 — John E. Matthews, Jacksonville* 

District 19— Walter W. Rose, Orlando** 

District 20— Wallace E. Sturgis, Ocala* 

District 21 — G. C, Perdue, Sumner** 

District 22— S. D. Clarke, Monticello* 

District 23— J. Edwin Baker, Umatilla*** 

District 24 — James A. Franklin, Fort Myers* 

District 25 — J. Frank Adams, Blountstown** 

District 26— H. S. McKenzie, Palatka* 

District 27 — William Cliett, Bowling Green** 

District 28 — L. A. Coleman, Daytona Beach* 

District 29 — J. Slater Smith, Green Cove Springs** 

District 30 — R. S. Adams, Jasper* 

District 31 — Jurant T. Shepherd, St. Augustine** (Resigned) 

District 32 — W. A. Shands, Gainesville* 

District 33— N. Ray Carroll, Deer Park*** 

District 34 — Raymond Sheldon, Tampa* 

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



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA ^7 

District 36 — Harrison E. Barringer, Sarasota* 
District 37 — Ernest F. Housholder, Sanford** 
District 38— W. H. Brewton, Dade City* 



*Nominated 1942 
**Hold-overs 
***Nominated to fill unexpired term 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Alachua — Joe C. Jenkins, Gainesville 

Alachua — Ira J. Carter, Jr., Newberry 

Baker — J. D. Dugger, Macclenny 

Bay — Forace F. Holland, Panama City 

Bay — Joseph W. Bailey, Lynn Haven 

Bradford — Geo. H. Inman, Starke 

Brevard — L. C. Crofton, Titusville 

Broward — John S. Burwell, Ft. Lauderdale 

Broward — George W. Leaird, Hollywood 

Calhoun — C. L. Clark, Blountstown 

Charlotte — Leo Wotitzky, Punta Gorda 

Citrus — Geo, W. Scofield, Inverness 

Clay — Thomas J. Rivers, Green Cove Springs 

Collier— H. B. Kelly, Naples 

Columbia — J. B. (Jim) Hodges, Lake City 

Dade — R. B. Gautier, Jr., Miami 

Dade — Marshall C. Wiseheart, Miami 

Dade— C. W. Peters, Miami 

DeSoto — A. J. Dunham, Arcadia 

Dixie — W. N. Baughman, Cross City 

Duval — P. Guy Crews, Jacksonville 

Duval — Mabry A. Carlton, Jacksonville 

Duval — Birt C. Byrd, Jacksonville 

Escambia — Harvey Bizzell, Pensacola 

Escambia — Dave Tliomas, Pensacola 

Flagler— H. T. Cook, Bunnell 

Franklin — Bourke Floyd, Apalachicola 

Gadsden — Amos H. Davis, Mt. Pleasant 

Gadsden — John 0, Boynton, Havana 

Gilchrist — J. Min Ayers, Trenton 



78 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Glades — Joe H. Peeples, Jr., Moore Haven 

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

Hamilton — Clayton A. Avriett, Jasper 

Hardee — C. H. Taylor, Jr., Wauehula 

Hendry — Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston 

Hernando— G. Kent Williams, Brooksville 

Highlands — Howard Livingston, Sebring 

Hillsborough— E. P. Martin, Plant City 

Hillsborough— Neil C. IMcMullen, Tampa 

Hillsborough — Harry G. McDonald, Tampa 

Holmes — Emogene Commander, We.stville 

Indian River — J. Hubert Graves, Wabasso 

Jackson — B. T. (Tobe) Smith, Cottondale 

Jackson — W. L. (Pate) Barefield, Malone 

Jefferson — Richard H. Simpson, Monticello 

Lafayette — W. G. Croft, Mayo 

Lake — Lacy G. Thomas, Groveland 

Lake — Harry P. Johnson, Tavares 

Lee— W. W. Stewart, Ft. Myers 

Leon — H. J. (Jack) Yaeger, Tallahassee 

Leon — Rainey Cawthon, Tallahassee 

Levy — J. C. Sale, Bronson (Deceased) 

X/iberty — T. Drew Branch, Bristol 

Madison — Otis R. Peav;s', Madison 

Madison — W. E. (Buck) Hancock, Madison 

Manatee — J. Ben Fuqua, Palmetto 

Manatee — G. A. Lane, Bradenton 

Marion — Lanas Troxler, Ocala 

Marion — C. Farris Bryant, Ocala 

Martin — Evans Crary, Stuart 

Monroe — Bernie C. Papy, Key West 

Nassau — Leonard (Skin) McKendree, Yulee 

Okaloosa — Newman Brackin, Crestview 

Okeechobee— W. J. (Bill) Hendry, Okeechobee 

Orange — Tyn Cobb, Jr., Orlando 

Orange — L. C. Leedj^ Orlando 

Osceola — Irlo Bronson, Kissimmee 

Palm Beach — John E. Bollinger, West Palm Beach 

Palm Beach — Herbert D. Beck, Belle Glade 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 79 

Pasco — Arthur L. Bryant, Dade City 

Pinellas — S. Henry Harris, St. Petersburg 

Pinellas — Mary Lou Baker, St. Petersburg 

Pinellas — Archie Clement, Tarpon Springs 

Polk— Ed R. Bentley, Lakeland 

Polk— Lisle W. Smith, Haines City 

Polk — Perry E. Murray, Frostproof 

Putnam — Thomas B. Dowda, Palatka 

Putnam — W. S. Middleton, Pomona 

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

St. Johns — F. Charles Usina, St. Augustine 

St. Lucie— Thad H. Carlton, Ft. Pierce 

Santa Rosa — T. Franklin West, Milton 

Sarasota — Jerry Collins, Sarasota 

Seminole— M. B. (T-Bone) Smith, Sanford 

Seminole — L. B. Mann, Sanford 

Sumter — J. C. Getzen, Jr., Bushnell 

Suwannee — G. Warren Sanchez, Live Oak 

Suwannee — T. A. Delegal, Branford 

Taylor — J. H. Scales, Perry 

Union — G. Fred Andrews, Lake Butler 

Volusia — Walter G. Walker, Daytona Beach 

Volusia — Goodwin M. Nilsson, DeLand 

Wakulla — George Nesmith, Wakulla 

Walton — Thomas D. Beasley, DeFuniak Springs 

Washington — Olin G. Shivers, Chipley 



80 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

FEDERAL COURTS OF FLORIDA 



NORTHERN DISTRICT 

DISTRICT JUDGE 
A. V. Long, Gainesville, Fla. Commissioned June 6, 1934. 

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

ASSISTANT U. S. ATTORNEY 
Vacancies pending appointments. 

SECRETARY TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
Dorothy E. Hughey, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed Decem- 
ber 1, 1941. 

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. 

Miss Maggie B. Phillips, Marianna, Florida. 

R. B. Marsh, Tallahassee, Florida. 

Miss Pixie J. Hampton, Gainesville, Florida. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL 
Jordan B. Royall, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed Feb- 
ruary 19, 1940. 

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. 

UNITED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE 
Rufus R. Foster, New Orleans. Deceased. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 81 

CHIEF UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER 
Roy A. Berga, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed October 3, 
1934.' 

UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER 
George Everett Owen, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed June 
21, 1939. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS OF THE NORTHERN 

DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 
C. W. Eggart, Jr., Pensacola, Florida. 

W. H. Milton, Marianna, Florida — John H. Carter, Jr., 
Marianna, Fla. 
Raymond B. Marsh, Tallahassee, Florida. 
Birkett F. Jordan, Gainesville, Florida. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY 
Cecil Rountree, Chipley, Florida. Commissioned August 2, 
y 1936. 

John A. H. Murphree, Jr., Gainesville. Commissioned Jan- 
uary 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 
Monday.s in November and May at Pensacola; Second Mondays 
in June and December at Gainesville ; First Monday 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, 

Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, Washington, 

Gilchrist, Gulf. 

Pixie J. Hampton, Deputy Clerk, Gainesville. 

Raymond B. Marsh, Deputy Clerk, Tallahassee, 

Maggie B. Phillips, Deputy Clerk, Marianna. 

Office of Clerk at Pensacola, Gainesville, Tallahassee and 

Marianna open by Clerk or Deputy each business day. 



82 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 

DISTRICT JUDGES 

Alexander Akerman, Orlando, Florida. Retired. 

William J. Barker, Tampa, Florida. (Allie M. Maynard, 
Secretary. ) 

John W. Holland, Miami, Florida. (Florence B. Price, 
Secretary. ) 

Louie W. Strum, Jacksonville, Florida. (Blanche Brooks, 
Secretar3^) 

CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 
Edwin R. Williams, Jacksonville, Florida. 

DEPUTY CLERKS 
Harold S. Darb}', Chief Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Earle F. Sprigg, Deputy in Charge, Miami. 
Julian A. Blake, Deputy in Charge, Tampa. 
Edna P. Harmon, Deputy in Charge, Orlando. 
C. Rodney Gwynn, Deputy in Charge, Key West. 
Margaret M. Moorehead, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Octavia Moore, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Ruth Tomlinson, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Joe A. Law, Deput}' Clerk, Tampa. 
Nettie C. Tidwell, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Anna M. Mitchell, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Dorothy M. Row^e, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Anna M. Fitzsimmons, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 
Albert E. Call, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 
Frances D. Ballman, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 
Antoinette Van Prooyen, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL 
Chester S. Di^shong, Jacksonville, Florida. 

DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS 
Leo M. Mack, Chief Deputy, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Rowland E. Dyson, Jacksonville, Florida. 
E. Jackson Butler, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Rose C. Shuneman, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Wilbur Durrance, Jacksonville, Florida. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 83 

Ruth B. Wilson, Jacksonville, Florida. 

David F. C. Robertson, Jacksonville, Florida. 

Jerry D. Dragones, Jacksonville, Florida. 

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

Frank B. Tippins, Tampa, Florida. 

Otis A. Allen, Tampa, Florida, 

Al L. Gates, Deputy in Charge, Miami, Florida. 

Elizabeth S. Simpson, Miami, Florida. 

Arthur F. Hunt, Miami, Florida. 

Jack F. Peeples, Miami, Florida. 

John F. McParland, Miami, Florida. 

Frank M. Durrance, Deputy in Charge, Orlando, Florida. 

Martland Cates, Deputy, Key West, Florida. 

UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
Herbert S. Phillips, Tampa, Florida. 

ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS 
Edith House, (also Chief Clerk), Jacksonville, Florida. 
Damon G. Yerkes, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Arthur A. Simpson, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Joseph E. Gillen, Tampa, Florida. 
George P. Raney, Jr., Tampa, Florida. 
Ernest L. Duhaime, Miami, Florida. 
Fred W. Botts, Miami, Florida. 

CLERKS TO U. S. ATTORNEY 
Margaret Z. Groover, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Rose Meyers, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Libbie A. Pexa, Tampa, Florida. 
B. Otis Birsong, Tampa, Florida. 
Verna E. Atkins, Tampa, Florida. 
Lillian Claire Hamlin, Tampa, Florida. 
Katherine B. Moore, Miami, Florida. 
Frances M. Hughe.y, Miami, Florida. 
Lollie Belle Eberhart, Miami, Florida 
Helen P. Waneck, Miami, Florida. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS 
Carl Noble, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Paul Pinkerton, Tampa, Florida. 



84 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Roger E, Davis, Miami, Florida. 

Robert L. Earnest, West Palm Beach, Florida. 

Troy C. Musselwhite, Orlando, Florida. 

C. Rodney Gwynn, Key West, Florida. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY 
Frank J. Heintz, Jacksonville, Florida. 
L. Earl Curry, Miami, Florida. 
John B. Shaw, Tampa, Florida. 

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, Co- 
lumbia, Duval, Flagler, Hamilton, Madison, Marion, Nassau, 
Putnam, St. Johns, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, Volusia. 

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

Tampa Division — Charlotte, De Soto, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, 
Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Pasco, 
Pinellas, 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 
Armstead Brown, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1947. 

JUSTICES 
Roy H. Chapman, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1947. 
J. B. Whitfield, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1943. 
Resigned January 4, 1943. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 85 

Rivers Buford, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1945. 
Elwyn Thomas, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1945. 
Alto Adams, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1949. 
Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1949. 
Harold L. Sebring, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1949. 

CIRCUIT JUDGES 

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

R. A. McGeachy, Milton; term expires July 29, 1947. 
L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola; term expires July 29, 1941. 

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

E. C. Love, Quincy; term expires July 29, 1947. 

W. May Walker, Tallahassee; term expires July 29, 1947. 

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

R. H. Rowe, Madison ; term expires July 29, 1947. 
Hal W. Adams, Mayo; term expires July 29, 1947. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 
DeWitt T. Gray, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1947. 
Bayard B. Shields, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1947. 
A. D. McNeil, Jacksonville; term expires July 29, 1947. 

Duval County Circuit— DiiYal County Only. 

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

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

J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares ; term expires July 29, 1947. 

F. R. Hocker, Ocala; term expires May 12, 1945. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 

John U. Bird, Clearwater; term expires July 29, 1947. 

T. Frank Hobson, St. Petersburg ; term expires July 29, 1947. 

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

Geo. Wm. Jackson. St. Augustine; term expires July 29, 
1947. 



86 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Herbert B. Frederick, Daytona Beach ; term expires July 
29, 1947. (On military leave.) 

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

H. L. Sebring, Gainesville ; term expires July 29, 1947. Re- 
signed January 5, 1943. John A. H. Murphree, term expires 
next Senate. 

A. Z. Adkins, Gainasville; term expires July 29, 1947. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 
M. B. Smith, Titusville ; term expires July 29, 1947. 
A. 0. Kanner, Stuart ; term expires July 29, 1947. 
Frank A. Smith, term expires July 29, 1947. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands 
Counties. 

H. C. Petteway, Lakeland; term expires July 29, 1947. 

D. 0. Rogers, Lakeland ; term expires July 29, 1947. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 
W. W. Trammell, Miami ; term expires July 29, 1947. Resign- 
ed, effective March 31; 1943. (Retired). 

Richard H. Hunt, i\Iiami ; term expires 1947. Military leave. 
Paul D. Barns, ]\Iiami; term expires July 29, 1947. 
George E. Holt, Miami ; term expires July 29, 1947. 
Ross Williams, Miami ; term expires July 29, 1947. 
Arthur Gomez, Key West; term expires July 29, 1947. 

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

Geo. W. Whitehurst, Ft. Myers; term expires July 29, 1947. 
W. T. Harrison, Palmetto; term expires July 29, 1947. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
L. L. Parks, Tampa ; term expires July 29, 1947. 
Harry N. Sandler, Tampa; term expires July 29, 1947. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, Jack- 
son, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 
Ira, A. Hutchison, Panama City j term expires July 29, 1947. 

E. C. Welch, Marianna; term expires July 29, 1947. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 87 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach 
Counties. 

C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach ; term expires July 
29, 1947. On military leave. 

Geo. W. Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires July 29, 1947. 

STATE ATTORNEYS 

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

J. Edwin Holsberry, Pensacola; term expires April 23, 
1945. 

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

0. C. Parker, Jr., Tallahassee; term expires July 30, 1943. 

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

A. K. Black, Lake City; term expires June 22, 1945. Re- 
signed February 26, 1942. 

Alfred T. Airth, Live Oak; term expires next Senate. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 

William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville; term expires June 
20, 1945. On military leave. Inman P. Crutchfield commis- 
sioned Acting State Attorney July 21, 1942, during term of 
active service of William A. Hallowes, III. 

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

J. W. Hunter, Tavares; term expires July 30, 1943. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 
Chester B. McMullen, Clearwater; term expires July 30, 1943. 

Seve7ith Judicial Circuit — Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and 
Flagler Counties. 

Murray Sams, DeLand ; term expires April 21, 1945. 

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

T. E. Duncan, Gainesville; term expires July 30, 1943. 



88 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 
Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee ; term expires July 30, 1943. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands Counties. 
L. Grady Burton, Wauchula; term expires July 30, 1943. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 
G. A. Worley, Miami; term expires July 30, 1943. 

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

Clyde H. Wilson, Sarasota; term expires July 30, 1943. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
J. Rex Farrior, Tampa; term expires July 30, 1943. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, 
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

L. D. McRae, Chipley; term expires eTuly 30, 1943. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach 
Counties. 

Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach; term expires July 30, 
1943. Resigned March 31, 1942, and 

Russell 0. Morrow commissioned May 31, 1942, until next 
Senate. Resigned June 2, 1942. 

Joseph H. White, West Palm Beach; commissioned June 9, 
1942, until next Senate. 

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. 

0. O. Edwards, Cross City; term expires July 31, 1943. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 89 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 

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

Thomas J. Shave, Jr., Fernandina ; term expires June 20, 
1945. 

Inman P. Crutchfield, Jacksonville; confirmed by the Senate 
June 6, 1941, and commisioned June 10, 1941, for a term of 
four years from June 21, 1941. Resigned December 24, 1942. 

Lester W. Jennings commissioned December 28, 1942, until 
next Senate. 

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

C. A. Savage, Ocala ; term expires July 31, 1943. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 
Arthur L. Auvil, Dade City; term expires July 31, 1943. 

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

Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka; term expires July 31, 1943. 

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

Joe Hill Williams, Lake Butler; term expires July 31, 1943. 

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

Lloyd F. Boyle, Sanford; term expires July 31, 1943. Ap- 
pointed June 5, 1939 for four years from July 1, 1939. Con- 
firmed by Senate. Commission prepared June 8, 1939, and 
delivered to Governor but it was not signed by him. 

Angus Sumner, Ft, Pierce ; term expires July 31, 1943. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk, Hardee and Highlands Counties. 
Walter W. Woolfolk, Lake Wales; term expires July 31, 
1943. On military leave. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 

Joseph Otto, Miami; term expires July 31, 1943, 

J. Lancelot Lester, Key West ; term expires July 31, 1943. 

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

W. M, Smiley, Bradenton; term expires July 31, 1943. 
Sumter Leitner, Arcadia; term expires July 31, 1943. 



90 RKPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
J. Frank Umstot, Tampa; terra expires July 31, 1943. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, 
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

H. V. McClellan, Blountstown ; term expires July 31, 1943. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach 
Counties. 

Louis F. Maire, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires July 31, 1943. 



OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS 

First Judicial Circuit — Julia McKinnon, DeFuniak Springs. 

Second Judicial Circuit — John H. Patterson, Jr., Tallahas- 
see. Deceased. 

Pat Campbell, Tallahassee; commissioned May 7, 1941. Re- 
signed September 8, 1941, and 

Irma Patterson, Tallahassee; commissioned September 9, 
1941, during pleasure of the Governor. 

Fredericka Cook, Tallahassee ; commissioned June 6, 1941. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Gussie Miller, Lake City. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Ralph W. Pattison, Jacksonville. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Jeff Wood, Leesburg; Miss Elva 
Crumpton, Ocala. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — B. E. Satterfield, Clearwater. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand ; Geo. B. 
Newton, St. Augustine. Geo. B. Newton, St. Augustine granted 
military leave April 15, 1942, and V. F. Halter, Jacksonville ; 
commissioned October 8, 1942, during term of active service 
of Geo. B. Newton. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — J. L. Peek, Starke ; Ida Abrams, 
Gainesville. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Miss Mary Fee, Ft. Pierce; Jessie 
D. Kleinman, Titusville; Helen W. Curtis, Orlando. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 91 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Kate Carver, Lakeland; Lucille 
Rentz, Lakeland. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Ernest L. Bryant, Miami ; Angelo 
Caro, Key West. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Edward Ley, Arcadia ; Mrs. Athene 
Margruder, Bradenton. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — J. G. Nesbit, Tampa. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — 0. C. Speight, Chipley; Zola 
B, Folks, Panama City. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale; 
Alice M. Hayden, West Palm Beach. 

Civil Court, Dade County — John F. Dwyer, Miami ; Jessie 
Axton, Miami ; Louise Pencke, Miami. 

Court of Record, Escambia County — ^Lucius B. Sterns, 
Pensacola. 

Criminal Court of Record, Hillsborough County — Bert E. 
Betts, Tampa. 



CLERKS CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

Dade — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 1945. 

Duval — John D. Baker, Jacksonville ; term expires January, 
1945. 

Hillsborough — L. D. Simmons, Tampa ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

Monroe — Harry Dongo, Key West ; term expires January, 
1945. 

Orange — R. T. Overstreet, Orlando ; term expires January, 
1945. Granted military leave July 10, 1941. 

Palm Beach — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach; term ex- 
pires January, 1947. 

Polk — B. L. Durrance, Bartow; term expires January, 1945. 

Escambia — Clerk Court of Record — J. Lawrence Mayo, Pen- 
sacola; term expires January, 1945. 



92 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Nominated in primaries, appointed by the Governor, subject 
to confirmation by the Senate, 

JUDGES CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Dade — Ben C. Willard, Miami ; term expires September 17, 
1943. 

Duval — Bryan Simpson, Jacksonville ; term expires August 
13, 1943. 

Hillsborough — John R. Himes, Tampa; term expires April 
11, 1945. 

Monroe — Wm. V. Albury, Key West ; term expires May 7, 
1943. 

Orange — W. M. Murphy, Orlando ; term expires July 26, 1943. 

Palm Beach — John L. Moore, West Palm Beach ; term ex- 
pires January 1, 1946. 

Polk — Robert T. Dewell, Winter Haven; term expires August 
8, 1943. 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 
Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola; term expires next Senate, 1943. 

SOLICITORS CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Dade — Robert R. Taylor, Miami; term expires September 12, 
1943. 

Duval — Harry H. Martin, Jacksonville ; term expires next 
Senate. 

Hillsborough — Joseph E. Williams, Tampa; term expires 
April 10, 1945. 

Monroe — Allan B. Cleare, Key West; term expires May 6, 
1943. 

Orange — 0. Raymond Ellars, Orlando; term expires July 
25, 1943. 

Palm Beach — W. E. Roebuck, West Palm Beach; term ex- 
pires June 4, 1946. 

Polk — Manuel E. Glover, Bartow; term expires August 3, 
1943. 

Solicitor Court of Record Escambia County — E. Forsyth 
Caro, Pensacola; term expires August 19, 1943. ■ '■ 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



93 



PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS AND 
COUNTY ATTORNEYS 



COUNTY 



NAME AND ADDRESS 



TERM EXPIRES 



Prosecuting Attorneys 



Broward 

DeSoto 

Gadsden 

Indian River. 
Jefferson .... 

Lee 

Leon 

Madison 

Manatee. . . . 

Martin 

Okeechobee. . 

Osceola 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

St. Lucie .... 

Sarasota 

Seminole . . . . 
Sumter 



W. Gerry Miller, Ft. Lauderdale. . . . 

M. A. Rosin, Arcadia 

William D. Doss, Quincy 

Sherman N. Smith, Jr., Vero Beach. . 

B. J. Hamrick, Monticello 

John K. Woolslair, Ft. Myers 

William D. Hopkins, Tallahassee. . . . 

David Lanier, Madison (Acting) . . . . 

George R. Hitchcolk, Bradenton . . . . 

T. T. Oughterson, Stuart 

Paul Wongrey, Okeechobee (Military 
leave May 9, 1942) 

Jay Johnston, St. Cloud (Acting). . . . 

J. Don Geiger, Dade City 

John Dickinson, St. Petersburg 

(Military leave January 12, 1943, 
and Richard GriflBn Key, St. Peters- 
burg acting) 

A. C. Simmons, Ft. Pierce 

Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota 

George A. Speer, Jr., Sanford 

James W. West, Bushnell 

County Attorneys 



Janua'-y, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1947 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 

January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 



January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 
January, 1945 



Alachua 


Zach Douglas, Gainesville 


January, 1945 


Charlotte 

Columbia 


Earl D. Farr, Punta Gorda 

W. J. Ferguson, Lake City 


January 2, 1949 
January 2, 1945 


Hendry 

Highlands .... 
Jackson 


H. A. Rider, LaBelle 

M. R. McDonald, Sebring 

Hayes Lewis, Jr., Marianna 


January 2, 1945 
January 2, 1945 
January, 1945 



CLERKS CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

Dade — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 194'"'. 
Duval — John D. Baker, Jacksonville; term expires Januaiy, 
1945. 



94 



REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 



JUDGES CIVIL COURT RECORD 

Dade — David J. Hefferman, Miami ; term expires January 
15, 1946. 

Dade— Norman Hendry, Miami ; term expires August 5, 1945. 

Duval — Burton Barrs. Jacksonville ; term expires July 18, 
1945. 



PROBATION OFFICERS 



COUNTY 


NAME AND ADDRESS 


TERM EXPIRES 


Broward 


Chas. H. Crim, Ft. Lauderdale 


January 25, 1944 


Citrus 


Mrs. Kate (). Cason, Floral City .... 


October 11, 1935 


Dade 


(Chief) Marshall Battle, Coral Gables 
(Probation and Parole Officer) J. M. 


December 8, 1943 




Culligan, Miami 


June 6, 1943 


Duval 


J. C. Lanier, Jacksonville 

(Probation and Parole Officer) P. Bed- 


July 19, 1945 




ford Wright, Jacksonville 


June 15, 1943 


Escambia 


Bleecher Forbes, Pensacola 


October 19, 1943 


Glades 


J. H. Whidden, Moore Haven 


January 1, 1934 


Highlands .... 


Sam Dimberline, Sebring 


June 30, 1944 


Hillsborough . . 


Edna Hennessee, Tampa 

(Probation and Parole Officer) W. B. 


July 13, 1943 




Wilcox, Tampa 


Next Senate 


Leon 


Mrs. W. C. Tully, Tallahassee 


September 23, 1943 


Manatee 


Mary E. Johnson, Bradenton 


May 9, 1945 


Marion 


Mrs. Alyce McPherson, Ocala 


May 11, 1945 


Monroe 


Isabelle Fleming, Key West 


March 3, 1945 


Nassau 


E. R. Hopkins, Fernandina 


July 7, 1946 


Okeechobee . . . 


John W. Barber, Okeechobee 


October 12, 1931 


Orange 


C. L. Farris, Orlando 


July 1, 1943 


Osceola 


J. H. Rine, St. Cloud 


February 25, 1931 


Palm Beach. . . 


Nell T. Smith, West Palm Beach. . . . 


November 4, 1945 


Pinellas 


Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater 


December 16, 1943 


Polk 


Claude M. Harden, Lakeland 

Mary Groh, St. Augustine 


July 12, 1945 


St. Johns 


October 8, 1946 


Sarasota 


Mrs. Howard Dial, Sarasota 


April 12, 1946 


Seminole 


Mae Shaefer, Sanford 


July 22, 1937 


Volusia 


Mae T. Donovan, Daytona Beach. . . 


November 13, 1943 


Wakulla 


Mrs. Geo. S. Nesmith, Wakulla 


September 21, 1946 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 95 

CLERKS JUVENILE COURTS 

Brevard — G. M. Simmons, Titusville ; term expires January, 
1945. 

Dade — Marshall Battle, Miami ; term expires December 8, 
1943. Granted military leave July 15, 1942, and 
Dade — Ira Hazlett, Miami ; commissioned January 25, 1942. 
Term to expire at end of term of military service of Marshall 
Battle. 

Duval — J. C. Lanier, Jacksonville ; term expires July 20, 1945. 

Hillsborough — Mrs. Edna Hennessee, Tampa; term expires 
July 13, 1943. 

Monroe — Isabelle Fleming, Key West; term expires March 
3, 1945. 

Orange — Clarence M. Gay, Orlando; term expires January, 
1945. 

Pinellas — Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater; term expires De- 
cember 15, 1943. 



JUDGES JUVENILE COURT 

Brevard — Albert M. Boland, TitusviUe; term expired March 
10, 1931. 

Dade — Walter H. Beckham, Miami ; term expires July 2, 1945. 

Duval — W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville ; term expires June 18, 
1943. 

Hillsborough — Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa; term expires July 
30, 1943. 

Monroe — Juliette Russell, Key West ; term expires January, 
1945. 

Orange — James E. Dieffenwierth, Orlando; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1945. Military leave November 4, 1942, and Mattie H. 
Parmer, Orlando, until end of military service. 

Pinellas — C. E. Ware, Clearwater ; term expires June 8, 1943. 



96 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

COURT OF CRIMES 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — N. Vernon Hawthorne, Miami; term expires July 
17, 1943. 

Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami; term expires September 
13,1943. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Lliami ; term expires January, 1945. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

' Judge— (Abolished by Chapter 19215, Acts of 1939.) 

Solicitor— (Abolished by Chapter 19215, Acts of 1939.) 

Probation and Parole Officer — P. Bedford Wright, Jackson- 
ville ; term expires June 15, 1943. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



97 



PRIMARY REGISTRATION — 1942 




COUNTY 


DEMOCRATS 


REPUBLICANS 


PRECINCTS 


Alachua 


12.059 


965 


27 


Baker 


2 
6 
4 
6 

13 
4 
1 
3 
3 
1 
4 

80 
3 
2 

49 

27 
1 
2 
3 
2 

2 
2 
6 
1 
2 
3 

36 
8 
3 

14 
3 
2 

11 
4 
9 
4 
1 
5 
9 

10 
2 


157 
541 
367 
381 
254 
379 
894 
316 
199 
310 
488 
004 
598 
608 
820 
263 
159 
680 
480 
040 
728 
892 
984 
939 
559 
567 
527 
862 
018 
669 
025 
172 
400 
174 
805 
073 
887 
387 
702 
894 
593 
200 


8 


Bay 


19 

66 

1,329 

1,582 

3 

338 

108 

188 

25 

19 

7,032 

39 


28 


Bradford 


8 


Brevard 


28 


Broward 


33 


Calhoun 


12 


Charlotte 


8 


Citrus 


16 


Clay 


12 


Collier 


13 


Columbia 


14 


Dade 


114 




9 


Dixie 


10 


Duval 


4,893 
133 

18 
7 


84 


Escambia 


61 


Flagler 


5 


Franklin 


7 


Gadsden 


15 


Gilchrist 


5 

2 

87 

29 

104 

9 

12 

25 

402 


6 


Glades 


13 


Gulf 


8 


Hamilton 


10 


Hardee 


18 


Hendry 


5 


Hernando 


10 




13 


Hillsborough 


68 


Holmes 


23 


Indian River 


47 
558 


8 


Jackson 


29 


Jefferson 


12 


Lafayette 




5 


Lake 


811 
44 

178 
29 


26 




26 


Leon 


12 


Levy 


18 


Liberty 


6 




11 
331 

79 
75 


11 


Manatee 


27 




34 


Martin 


8 











98 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 



PRIMARY REGISTRATION — 1942 (Continued) 



COUNTY 


DEMOCRATS 


REPUBLICANS 


PRECINCTS 


Monroe 


5,963 
3,913 
6,704 
1,527 

20,578 
5,817 

22,198 
6,250 

29,979 

21,525 
6,354 
8,184 
4,741 
5,944 
7,026 
6,435 
5,081 
7,100 
2,800 
3,171 

20,760 
2,541 
7,455 
7,241 


50 

19 

8 

10 

1,482 

289 

1,007 

112 

7,585 

788 

313 

1,149 

78 

6 

123 

65 

22 

136 

6 

5 

3,488 


15 


Nassau . 


14 


Okaloosa 


25 


Okeechobee 


7 


Orange 


44 


Osceola 


10 


Palm Beach 


39 


Pasco. . 


24 


Pinellas 


77 


Polk 


75 


Putnam 


26 


St. Johns 


22 


St. Lucie 


9 


Santa Rosa 


23 


Sarasota. . 


15 


Seminole 


16 


Sumter 


13 


Suwannee 


20 


Taylor 


13 


Union 


5 


Volusia 


39 


Wakulla 


13 


Walton 


187 


28 


Washington 


21 








Totals 


604,341 


36,530 


1,502 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 99 

CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR 

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

u - 

Judges — R. A. McGeachy, Miltou, and L. L. Pabisinski, 
Pensacola. ^liy^.A.^f-r*^'^ ^^'^S^.-^'Cm^m^ 

State Attoriiey — ^ Diidc Dcgg ' 3, Jg ., Pensacol^ 

Assistant State Attorney — None. 

Court Reporter — Julia McKinnon, DeFuniak Springs. 

WINTER TERM 
Walton — 2nd Monday in January. 

Santa Rosa— 2nd IMonday 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 W. May Walker, Talla- 
hassee. 

State Attorney — 0. C. Parker, Jr., Tallahassee. 

Assistant State Attorney — None. 

Court Reporter — Irma Patterson, Tallahassee, Ph'edricka 
Cook, Tallahassee. 

SPRING TERM 
Franklin — 3rd Monday in March. 
Liberty — 1st Monday in April. 
Gadsden — 1st Monday in March. 



100 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

Wakulla — 3rd Monday in April. 
Jefferson — 1st Monday in May. 
Leon — 4th Mondaj^ in February. 

SUMMER TERM 
Leon — 3rd Monday in June. 

FALL TERM 

Franklin — 3rd Monday in September. 
Liberty — 1st Monday in October. 
Gadsden — 3rd Monday in October. 
Wakulla — Lst Mondaj^ in November. 
Jefferson — 3rd Monday in November. 
Leon — 1st Monday in October. 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — R. H. Rowe, JMadison, and Hal W. Adams, Mayo. 
State Attorney — Alfred T. Airth, Live Oak. • 
Assistant State Attorney — 0. O. Edwards, Cross City. 
Court Reporter — Gussie Miller, Lake City. 

SPRING TERM 

Hamilton — 4th Monday in January. 
Dixie — 3rd Monday in February. 
Taylor — 4th Monday 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 — 4th Monday in October. 
Suwannee — 2nd Monday in November. 
Lafayette — 1st Monday in December. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 101 

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. On 
military leave, and Inman P. Crutchfield, Jacksonville, acting 
State Attorney. Q ^ 

Assistant State Attorney — Thomas/Shave, Jr., Jacksonville. ,^ j, 

I Court Reporter — Ralph W. Pattison, Jacksonville. t S/u.3 

SPRING TERM 
Clay — 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in April. 
Nassau — 3rd Mondaj' in April. 
Duval — 3rd Monday in May. 

FALL TERM 
Clay — 2nd Monday in October. 
Nassau — Ith Llonday in October. 
Duval — 4th Monday in November. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares, and F. R. Hocker, Ocala. 
State Attorney — J. W. Hunter, Tavares. -U-^ ''' ^ 
Assistant State Attorney — C. A. Savage, Ocala. 
Court Reporters — Jeff Wood, Leesburg, and Miss Elva 
Crumpton, Ocala. 

SPRING TERM 
Hernando — 1st Tuesday in March. 
Citrus — 3rd 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 — 3rd Tuesday in September. 
Sumter — 1st Tuesday in December. 
Lake — 1st Tuesday in November. 
Marion — 1st Tuesdav in October. 



102 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — John U. Bird, Clearwater, and T. Frank Hobson, 
St. Petersburg. 

State Attorney — Chester B. McMullen, Clearwate^ ^ 
Assistant State Attorney — A:^;thm r-br'A 3iyil, 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 Tuesdaj^ in October. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. . Augustine, and Herbert B. 
Frederick, Daytona Beach. (On military leave.) 

State Attorney — Murray W. Sams, DeLand. 

Assistant State Attorney — Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka. 

Court RejDorters — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand, and Geo. B. 
Newton, St. Augustine. Granted military leave, and V. F. 
Halter, Jacksonville, commissioned October 8, 1942, during term 
of active military service of Geo. B. Newton. 

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. 




OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 103 

EIGHqp JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges/^4i. L. Sfibrjjig, Gainesville, and A. Z, Adkins, Gaines- 
ville. 

State Attorney — T. E. Duncan, Gainesville. 

Assistant State Attorney — Joe Hill Williams, Lake Butler. 

Court Reporters — J. L. Peek, Starke, and >[da Abrams , Gaine^- /) 
ville. 



nd ;Jda Abrams , Gaines- /? 



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. 

WINTER TERM 
Alachua — 2nd Monday in January. 

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — M. B. Smith, Titusville, A. O. Kanner, Stuart, and 
' Frank A. Smith, Orlando. 

State Attorney — Murray Overstreet, Kissimmee. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Lloyd F. Boyle, Sanford, and 
Angus - StiB Miej:, Ft. Pierce. 

Court Reporters — Miss Mary Fee, Ft. Pierce, Jessie D. Klein- 
man, Titusville, and Helen W. Curtis, Orlando. 

TERMS 
Seminole — 2nd Tuesday after 1st Monday in January. 
Seminole — 2nd Tuesday after 1st Monday in April. 



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104 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Seminole — 2nd Tuesday after 1st Monday in July. 
Seminole — 2nd Tuesday after 1st Monday in October. 

SPRING TERM 
Orange — 3rd Monday in April. 
Osceola — 3rd Monday in March. 
Indian River — 2nd Tuesday in March. 
St. Lucie — 2nd Tuesday in April. 
Okeechobee — 2nd Tuesday in February. 
Martin — 2nd Tuesday in June. 
Brevard — 4th Tuesday in March. 

FALL TERM 
Orange — 3rd Monday in October. 
Osceola — 3rd Monday in September. 
Indian River — 2nd Tuesday in October. 
St. Lucie — 2nd Tuesday in November. 
Okeechobee — 2nd Tuesday in September. 
Martin — 2nd Tuesday in January. 
Brevard — 2nd Tuesday in October. 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — H. C. Petteway, Lakeland, and D. 0. Rogers, Lake- * 
land. 

State Attorney — L. Grady Burton, Wauchula. 

Assistant State Attorney — Walter W. Woolfolk, Lake Wales. 

Court Reporters — Kate Carver, Lakeland, and Lucille Rentz, 
Lakeland. 

SPRING TERM 
Hardee — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in February. 
Polk — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in March. 
Highlands — 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in April. 

PALL 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. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 105 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — W.ortli- W. Tranimell, (Resigned effective March 
31, 1943), Paul D. Barns, Ross Williams, Geo. E. Holt, and ^ . ^^y 

Richard H. Hunt, Miami, (on military leave), and Ay^w ^-^y^*^ ^^^-vC^ 
Qrmiee., of Key West. /^'^ / 

State Attorney— r;;^ h .Wnrlay, Miami. $^<i^^M^ Y^UXtB^^i^d^ 

Assistant State Attorneys — Joseph Otto, Miami, and J. 
Lancelot Lester, Key West. 

Court Reporters — Ernest L. Bryant, Miami, and Angelo 
Caro, of Key West. 

SPRING TERM 
Dade — 2nd Tuesday in May. 

FALL TERM 
Dade — 2nd Tuesday in November. 

WINTER TERM 
Dade — 2nd Tuesday in February. 

SPRING TERM 
Monroe — 3rd Monday in April. 

PALL TERM 
Monroe — 3rd Monday in October. 



TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Geo. W. Whitehurst, Ft. Myers, and W. T. Harrison, 
Palmetto. 

State Attorney — Clyde H, Wilson, Sarasota. 

Assistant State Attorneys — W. M. Smiley, Bradenton, and 
Sumter Leitner, Arcadia. 

Court Reporters — Edward Ley, Arcadia, and Athene 
Magruder, Bradenton. 

SPRING TERM 
Glades — 1st Monday in February. 
DeSoto — 2nd Monday in February. 
Hendry — 3rd Monday in February. 
Collier — 1st Monday in March. 
Manatee — 2nd Monday in March. 



106 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

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. ^ 

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 — J. 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. ^^U- ^// ^ 

State Attorney— L. D. McRae, Chipley. ^f^^C^'^^^^^^f ^^^1 ^ 
Assistant State Attorney — ftr-V7-~MceTettan, Blounstown. ' 

Court Reporters — 0. C. Speight, Chipley, and Zola B. Folks, 

Panama City. 

SPRING TERM 
Gulf — 4th Monday in February. 
Calhoun — 4th Monday. in April. 
Jackson — 2nd Monday in May. 
Bay — 2nd Monday in March. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 107 

Washington — 4th Monday in March. 
Holmes — 2nd Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 
Gulf — 4tli Monday in August. 
Calhoun — 4th Monday in September. 
Jackson — 2nd Monday in November. 
Bay — 2nd IMonday in September. 
Washington — 4th Monday in October. 
Holmes — 2nd Monday in October. 

FIFTBENraJJpi^L^C^lT O ^ ^ ^Jj^ 

Judges — C. E. Chimngworth, West Palm Beach, (on military 
leave), and Geo. W. Tedder. Ft. Lauderdale. X<.!«.^-.vvu_^ S^ 0-a.-Z^ (7 

State Attorney — Jo i^ oph -j^-Wfeite, West Palm Beach. 

Assistant State Attornej'^ — Louis F. Maire, Ft. Lauderdale. 

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. 

FALL 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, 
1943. 

Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami ; term expires September 
12, 1943. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; terra expires January, 1945. 



108 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

DUVAL COUNTY 
'^ Judge — Bryan Simpson, Jacksonville ; term expires August 
12, 1943. 

Solicitor — Wayne E. Ripley, Jacksonville; term expires 
August 15, 1943. Military leave, and Harry H. Martin, term 
expires next Senate. 

Clerk — John D. Baker, Jacksonville ; term expires January, 
1945. 

Probation & Parole Officer — A. C. Tucker, Jacksonville; 
term expires June 15, 1943. Resigned, and P. Bedford Wright, 
Jacksonville, commissioned April 17, 1941, until June 15, 1943. 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY 
, (Court of Record) 

' Judge — Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola ; term expires August 17, 
1943. 

Solicitor — Forsyth Caro, Pensacola ; term expires August 19, 
1943. 

Clerk — Geo. Trawick, Pensacola ; military leave, and Mrs. 
Geo. Trawick, during term military service of Geo. Trawick. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 
Judge — John R. Himes, Tampa; term expires April 10, 1945. 
Solicitor — Joseph E. Williams, Tampa; term expires April 
10, 1945. 

Clerk — L. D. Simmons, Tampa ; term expires January, 1943. 

^ . S -^ Atonroe county 

Judge — Wm. -V^-A^lbury^ Key West; term expires May Sj, 

Solicitor — Allan B. Cleare, Key West ; term expires May 6, 

Clerk — Harry Dongo, Key West ; term expires January, 1945. 

/ ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge — W. M. Murphy, Orlando ; term expires July 25, 1943. 

Solicitor — 0. Raymond Ellars, Orlando; term expires July 
25, 1943. 

Clerk — R. T. Overstreet, Orlando ; term expires January, 
1945. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 109 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Judge — John L. Moore, West Palm Beach; term expires 
January 11, 1946. 

Solicitor — W. E. Roebuck, West Palm Beach; term expires 
June 4, 1946. 

Clerk — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach; term expires 
January, 1943. 



Fudg e Robort T. Dcweft , Hamco Ci 4 y ; ten 



Judge — Robert T. Dcwcft , Hamco Gi i> y ; term expires August 
7, ^943. 

Solicitor — Manuel E. Glover, Bartow; term expires August 
3, 1943. 

Clerk — B. L. Durrance, Bartow; term expires January, 1945. 

COUNTY COURTS 

BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — Boyd H. Anderson, Ft. Lauderdale; term expiree 
January, 1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — W. Gerry Miller, Ft. Lauderdale; 
term expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — E. R. Bennett, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires January, 
1945. 

DESOTO COUNTY 

Judge — Lewis E. Purvis, Arcadia; term expires January, 
1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — M, A. Rosen, Arcadia ; term expires 
January, 1945. 

Clerk — Mary Moye Gwynn, Arcadia; term expires January, 
1945. 

GADSDEN COUNTY 

Judge — F. B. Thrower, Quiney; term expires January, 1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss, Quiney; term ex- 
pires January, 1945. 

Clerk — F. F. Morgan, Quiney; term expires January, 1945. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 
(County Court has Civil Jurisdiction only, account of having 
Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 



110 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY 

Judge — Otis M. Cobb, Vero Beach; term expires January, 
1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Shferman N. Smith, Jr., Vero Beach : 
term expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — Douglas Baker, Vero Beach; term expires January, 
1945. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas B. Bird, Monticello; term expires January, 
1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — B. G. Hamrick, Monticello ; term e>t 
pires January, 1945. 

Clerk — Clyde H. Sauls. Monticello; term expires January, 
1945. 

LEE COUNTY 

Judge — Charles Wilson Ward, Ft. Myers; term expires Jan- 
nary, 1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John K. Woolslair, Ft. Myers ; term 
expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — D. T. Farabee, Ft. Myers; ternu^xpires January, 1945.^ // / 

' MANATEE COUNTY ' ^ 

Judge — S. J. Murphy, Bradenton ; term expires January, 

1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — George R. Hitchcolk, Bradenton ; 

term expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — Iveson Loyd, Bradenton ; term expires January, 1945. 

MARTIN COUNTY 
Judge — Arthur R. Clouts, Stuart ; term expires January, 1945. 
Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson, Stuart ; term ex- 
pires January, 1945. 

Clerk — J. R. Pomeroy, Stuart; term expires January, 1945. 

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY 

Judge — T. W, Conely, Jr., Okeechobee ; term expires January, 
1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Paul Wongrey, Okeechobee; term ex- 
pires January, 1945. Military leave, May 9, 1942. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 111 

Clerk — Roy R. Raulersoii, Okeechobee ; term expires January, 
1945. 

OSCEOLA COUNTY 

Judge — J. F. Robinson, Kissimmee; term expires Januai\y, 
1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney— 0. Preston Johnson, Kissimmee; term 
expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — John L. Overstreet, Kissimmee ; term expires January, 

1945. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

(County Court has Civil Jurisdiction only, account of havint^ 
Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 

PASCO COUNTY 
Judge — Orvil L. Dayton, Jr., term expires January, 1945_ 
Prosecuting Attorney — J. D. Geiger, Dade City ; term expires 
January, 1945. 

Clerk — A. J. Burnside, Dade City; term expires January, 
1945. 

PINELLAS COUNTY • 

Judge — Jack F. White, Clearwater; term expires January. 
1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John Dickinson, St. Petersburg; tr^rm 
expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — Ray E. Green, Clearwater; term expires January^ 
1945. 

POLK COUNTY 

(County Court has Civil Jurisdiction only, account having 
Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 

ST. LUCIE COUNTY 

Judge — Flem C. Dame, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 
1945. 

Prosecuting Attorney — A. C. Simmons, Ft. Pierce; term ex- 
pires January, 1945. 

Clerk — W. R. Lott, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1945. 

SARASOTA COUNTY 
Judge — Forrest Chapman, Sarasota; term expires January, 
1945. 



112 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota ; term 
expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — J. R. Peacock, Sarasota; term expires January, 1945. 

SEMINOLE COUNTY 
Judge — R. W. Ware, Sanford; term expires January-, 1945. 
Prosecuting Attornej^ — George I. Speir, Jr., Sanford; term 
expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — 0. P. Herndon, Sanford, term expires January, 1945. 

SUMTER COUNTY 
Judge — P. B. Howell, Buslmell ; term expires January, 1945. 
Prosecuting Attorney- — James W. West, Bushnell; term ex- 
pires January, 1943. 

Clerk — Roy Caruthers, Bushnell ; term expires January, 1945. 

JUVENILE COURTS 

BREVARD COUNTY 
Judge — Albert M. Boland, Titusville ; term expired March 9, 
1931. 

Clerk — G. M. Simmons, Titusville; term expires January, 
1945. 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — W. H. Beckham, Miami ; term expires July 2, 1945. 
Clerk — Marshall Battle, Miami ; term expires December 8, 
1943. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville ; term expires June 18, 
1943. 

Clerk — J. C. Lanier, Jacksonville ; term expires July 20, 1945. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 
Judge — Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa ; term expires July 29, 
1943. 

Clerk — ^Mrs. Edna Hennessee, Tampa ; term expires July 13, 
1943. 

MONROE COUNTY 

Judge — Mrs. Juliette F. Russell, Key West; term expires 
January, 1945. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 113 

Clerk — Isabelle Fleming, Key West ; term expires March 3, 
1945. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge — James E. Dieffenwierth, Orlando ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1945. Military leave, and Mattie H. Farmer, Orlando, 
term expires January, 1945. 

Clerk — Clarence M. Gay, Orlando; term expires January, 
1945. 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

Judge — C. E. Ware, Clearwater; term expires June 8, 1943. 
Clerk — Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater ; term expired December 
16, 1942. 

CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

DADE COUNTY 
Judge — Norman Hendry, Miami ; term expires August 5, 
1945. 

Judge — David J. Heffernan, Coral Gables; term expires Jan- 
uary 15, 1944. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 1945. 
DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville; term expires May 5, 
1945. 

Clerk — John D. Baker, Jacksonville; term expires January, 
1945. 

COURT OF CRIMES 

DADE COUNTY 
Judge — Wayne Allen, Miami ; term expires July 17, 1943. 
Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami ; term expires September 
13, 1943. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 1945. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Lonnie B. Howell, Jacksonville ; term expires August 
13, 1943. Abolished by Chapter 21206, Special Acts of 1941. 

Solicitor — John Muskoff, Jacksonville ; term expires August 
16, 1943. Abolished by Chapter 21206, Special Acts of 1941. 

Probation & Parole Officer — A. C. Tucker, Jacksonville; term 
expires June 15, 1943. Resigned, and P. Bedford Wright com- 
missioned April 17, 1941, until June 15. 1943. 



114 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR FLORIDA 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Pearce Home, Washington, D. C. ; term expired April 4, 1941. 
Margaret R. Johnson, Washington, D. C. ; term expired April 
15, 1942. 

NEW YORK 

Jeremiah J. Maher, New York, N. Y. ; term expires Novem- 
ber 2, 1946. 

A. Mario Russo, New York, N. Y. ; term expires March 26, 
1946. 

Arthur R. Kirwin, New York, N. Y. ; term expires May 25, 
1945. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

William D. Schully, 47 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. ; term 
expired March 5, 1942. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Nathan Semless, 2404 Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ; term 
expires July 2, 1944. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 115 

COUNTY OFFICERS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE 
FIRST TUESDAY AFTER FIRST MON- 
DAY IN JANUARY 1945 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS WHOSE TERMS 

EXPIRE FIRST TUESDAY AFTER FIRST 

MONDAY IN JANUARY 1943 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC IN- 
STRUCTION AND OTHER ELECTIVE AND AP- 
POINTIVE OFFICERS AND COMMISSIONERS. 

ALACHUA 

COUNTY SEAT GAINESVILLE 

County Judge — H. H. McDonald. 

Sheriff — J. P. Ramsey. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. E. Evans. 

County Attorney — Zach H. Douglass. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John W. Booth. 

Tax Collector — J. L. Ai'now. 

County Superintendent of Public Instruction — Howard W. Bishop. 

County Surveyor — Byron Crow. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sue Simpson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Claude Brandon, Alachua. 
District No. 2 — J. P. Ambrose, Waldo. 
District No. 3 — Tom D. Roland, Newberry. 
District No. 4 — W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 
District No. 5 — O. M. Tillman, Campville. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. Leo Johnson, Hawthorne. 
District No. 2 — S. A. Hussey, Sr., Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — J. A. Goode, Alachua. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1— I. W. Wesley, Waldo. 

District No. 2 — W. F. Harris, LaCrosse. 

District No. 3 — H. L. Turner, Alachua. 

District No. 6 — Dewey Knight, Newberry. 

District No. 10 — J. A. Roberts, Micanopy. 

District No. 11 — M. Venable, Archer. 

District No. 15 — E. F. Zetrouer, Rochelle. 



116 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

District No. 20— J. T. Pendleton, High Springs. 
District No. 28 — Edmund C. Johnston, Gainesville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — P. R. May, LaCrosse. 
District No. 9 — N. P. Moore, Island Grove. 

BAKER 

COUNTY SEAT — MACCLENNY^ 

County Judge— l iTi - ank D c H^ ' li iig. Ui 7^1 /e^Uh-tx^-^x-' 

Sheriff — Asa Coleman, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — C. W. Klein, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — B. P. Jones. 

Tax Collector — Geo. B. Williams. 

County Superintendent of Public Instruction — J. D. Burnsed. 

County Surveyor — L. B. Eddy, 

Supervisor of Registration — ^Wesley Moody. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — E. R. Harvey, Sanderson. 
District No. 2 — J. S. Croft, Olustee. 
District No. 3 — C. M. Barber, Macclenny. 
District No. 4 — George Raulerson, Sanderson. 
District No. 5 — J. C. Lyons, Glen St. Mary. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. J. Davis, Macclenny. 
District No. 2 — W. S. Crews, Sanderson. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Violet Dobson, Olustee. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — W. C. Minger, Macclenny. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — J. M. Brown, Macclenny. 
District No. 4 — Lewis Johns, Glen St. Mary, 
District No. 5 — Corbett C, Crews, Glen St. Mary, 



BAY 

COUNTY SEATtyPANAMA CIIY 



1a) (^t^Au 



County Judge— Ci 8 . Rudd ; S^iMLLAjj^ - - -^^ 

Sheriff— John Scott. (J l /j 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. A. Pledger, v 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. G. McQuagge. 

Tax Collector — A. G. Appelberg. 

County Superintendent of Public Instruction — ^M, M. Mashburn. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. B. Mashburn. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 117 

COtTNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. P. Worthington, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Gilbert, Bay Harbor. 
District No. 3 — A. L. Barber, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 4 — C. N. Muterspaugh, Youngstown. 
District No. 5 — Bruce Vickers, West Bay. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. R. Nichols, Panama City. Resigned 4/28/41, 
and Herbert Sapp, Panama City, commissioned Ad Literim May 10, 
1941. 

District No. 2 — D. Mowat, Lynn Haven. 

District No. 3 — R. D. Ray, West Bay. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. L. Folks, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — M. G. Post, St. Andrews. 
District No. 5 — J. B. Hogan, Panama City. 
District No. 20 — J. M. Cauley, West Bay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. H. Armstrong, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — Eddy W. McNeil, St. Andrews. 
District No. 3 — E. M. Brahier, Millville. 
District No. 5 — Richard Brown, Parker. 
District No. 20 — S. W. Coram, West Bay. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

S. P. Davis, Farmdale; term expires April 23, 1940. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

(Changed to office to be nominated in Primary, Chap. 20048, Special 
Acts of 1939). 

J. N. Arnold, Panama City, commissioned June 28, 1941, for 2 
years from July 1, 1941. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
C. R. Mathis, Panama City; term expires June 12, 1945. 
J. E. Churchwell, Panama City; term expires June 12, 1945. 
R. C. Hallman, Panama City; term expires June 12, 1945, 
Geo. Williams, Panama City; term expires June 12, 1945. 
J. A. Smith, Panama City; term expires June 12, 1945. 



118 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

BRADFORD 

COUNTY SEAT STARKE 

County Judge — E. K. Ferryman. 

Sheriff — A. O. Andreu. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. J. Thomas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. W. Hayes. 

Tax Collector — Karl A. Knight. 

County Superintendent of Public Instruction — W. E. Middleton. 

Supervisor of Registration — James F. HoUingsworth. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — P. D. Reddish, Starke. 
District No. 2 — W. (Mitch) Edwards, Starke. 
District No. 3 — J. L. Wynn, Starke. 
District No. 4 — T. C. Chastain, Hampton. 
District No. 5 — M. O. Harrell, Brooker. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. S. Norman, Lawtey. 
District No. 2 — S. E. Sparks, Starke. 
District No. 3 — O. C. Kelly, Brooker. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — N. D. Wainwright, Starke. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clarence F. Rhoden, Starke; resigned Dec. 16, 
1941. 
District No. 2 — Jacob J. Johns, Starke. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES 

District No. 1 — O. J. Phillips, Lawtey; term expired January, 1941. 

District No. 2 — W. L. Wall, Starke; term expired January, 1941. 

District No. 3 — A. A. Durden, Starke; term expired January, 1941. 

District No. 4 — H. D. May, Hampton; term expired January, 1941. 

District No. 5 — R. A. Weeks, Brooker; term expired January, 1941. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 5 — B. Y. Saxon, Hampton; term expired October 14, 
1939. 

BREVARD 

COUNTY SEAT TITUSVILLE 

County Judge — Vassar B. Carlton. 
Sheriflf— H. T. Williams. 
Clerk Circuit Court — C. M. Simmons. 
Judge Juvenile Court — Albert M. Boland. 



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County Assessor of Taxes — M. J. (Joe) Edwards. 

Tax Collector — Henry Clay Morgan. 

County Superintendent of Public Instruction — Damon Hutzler. 

County Surveyor — L. R. Paxton. (Elected but failed to qualify.) 

Supervisor of Registration — W. J. Bailey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ward C. Glingensmith, Titusville. 

District No. 2 — A. Fortenberry, Audubon. 

District No. 3 — Max K. Rodes, Melbourne. 

District No. 4 — C. Sweet Smith, Cocoa. 

District No. 5 — A. A. Dunn, Mims. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. D. Nash, Titusville. 
District No. 2 — L. R. Highfill, Cocoa. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Creel, Eau Gallic. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

W. J. Creel, Eau Gallic; term expires January, 1947. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — George H. Moore, Titusville; resigned Septem- 
ber 15, 1942. 
District No. 5 — J. M. Law, Eau Gallie; resigned Jan. 19, 1942. 
District No. 6 — M. L. Calvin, Melbourne. 
District No. 11 — A. A. Buck, Cocoa. 
District No. 16 — W. B. Kyser, Mims. 
District No. 21 — Robt. Lee Davidson, Cocoa. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — H. S. Thompson, Titusville. 
District No. 5 — John William Cox, Eau Gallie. 
District No. 6 — Henry Van Lengen, Melbourne. 
District No. 11 — Earl C. Ramsey, Merritt Island. 
District No. 16 — Owen W. Marr, Mims. 

MEMBERS CANAVERAL PORT DISTRICT 

A. A. Dunn, Mims, ex officio. 

Wm. B. Lewis, Canaveral; term expires January, 1947. 

Ward C. Klingensmith, Titusville, ex officio. 

John H. Witter, Canaveral; term expires January, 1947. 

A. Fortenberry, Audubon; ex officio. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Hiram Piatt, Melbourne; term expired December 29, 1936. 



120 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

JUVENILE COURT 

Judge — A. M. Boland, Titusville; commissioned March 10, 1927 
for four years. 

BROWARD 

COUNTY SEAT — FT, LAUDERDALE 

County Judge — Boyd H. Anderson. 

Sheriff — Walter P. Clark; suspended July 22, 1942, and Edward 
Lee commissioned July 30, 1942, nending the .suspe »siqn of^ Walter / 
P. Clark. lAidUjUu ^ OJU^A^ /iJb\yu(>oUZt^ ^ Zt^jU^daU^t^ 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. R. Bennett. ^ ^ 

Prosecuting Attorney — W. Gerry Miller. 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. O. Hansen. 

Tax Collector — W. O. Berryhill. 

County Superintendent of Public Instruction — ^Ulric J. Bennett. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Easter L, Gates. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. B. Wiles, Jr., Deerfield. 

District No. 2 — S. C. Pox, Pompano. 

District No.3 — Luther S. Remsberg, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 4 — P. L. Neville, Dania. 

District No. 5 — C. B. Smith, HoUyvs^ood. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. N. Powell, Pompano; resigned Oct. 22, 1942 
and Gene Hardy commissioned Nov. 20, 1942 ad interim. 

District No. 2 — I. G. Shuman, Ft, Lauderdale; resigned Dec. 16, 
1942. 

District No. 3 — L. D. Neal, Hallandale. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

District No. 4 — A. H. Brooks, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1945. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. E. Eubank, Deerfield Beach. 
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 — T. W. Palmer, Dania. 
District No. 7 — Walter Wm. Sterling, Ft, Lauderdale, 
District No, 8 — John W. Shepherd, Hollywood. 
District No. 9 — C. M. Ingalls, Hallandale. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. D. McDougald, Deerfield Beach. 
District No. 2 — R. C. Helton, Pompano. 



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District No. 3 — Leonard M. Dew, Oakland, Park. 
District No. 4 — J. B. Marshall, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 6 — Cleo Phillips, Dania. 
District No. 8 — Harvey E. Dixon, Hollywood. 
District No. 9 — Foster H. Ingalls, Hallandale. 

MEMBERS BROWARD COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — Charles L. Perkins, Hollywood; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1945. 

District No. 2 — I. C. Williams, Dania; term expires January, 
1945. 

District No. 3 — Dave Turner, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1945. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

District No. 3 — Chas. H. Crim, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
September 2, 1944. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
District No. 3 — H. M. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned 
August 16, 1939, until next Senate; resigned July 16, 1942 and C. E. 
Viele, Davie, commissioned August 11, 1942 until next Senate. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
District No. 6 — John H. Grant, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned 
September 4, 1930, until next Senate; deceased. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
None. 

CALHOUN 

COUNTY SEAT — BLOUNTSTOWN 

County Judge — Roy S. Gaskin. 

Sheriff — J. C. Tucker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Peacock. 

County Assessor of Taxes — C. T. Traylor. 

Tax Collector — J. Mack Ayers. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Geo. Atkins. 

Supervisor Registration — Lee Bailey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. J. Clements, Blountstown. 
District No. 2 — George Waldorff, Blountstown. 
District No. 3— C. W. Shelton, Rt. 2, Altha. 
District No. 4 — Charlie C. Wood, Blountstown. 



122 RKPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

District No. 5 — J. C. Price, Blountstown; military leave granted 
August 10, 1942 and W. D. Shiver commissioned August 19, 1942 
during the term of active service of J. C. Price. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. T. Thomas, Altha; deceased and C. R. Weston, 
Blountstown, commissioned August 17, 1942 ad interim. 
District No. 2 — J. W. Jones, Blountstown, 
District No. 3 — W, M. Shiver, Blountstown. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. T. Glass, Blountstown. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — Jonah Barfield, Blountstown. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
PROBATION OFFICER 

F. M. Knighti Blountstown; term expires July 29, 1943. 



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CHARLOTTE 

COUNTY SEAT PUNTA 

County Judge — La ^ 'ron e e E. Robliisuii . 

Sheriff — ^Pred Quednau. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. H. Scott. 

County Attorney — Earl D. Parr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Jordan. 

Tax Collector — E. B. Yeager. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Miss Sallie Jones. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. V. King. 

County Surveyor — H. C. Sheffield. 

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, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 5 — Carl R. Parr, Englewood. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Guthrie, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 2 — C. O. Slaughter, Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 3 — T. I. Kennedy, Punta Gorda. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 2 — M. E. Ingraham, Punta Gorda. 



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APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — John Hogan, Sr., Punta Gorda; term expired 
August 25, 1940; resigned September 15, 1938. 

District No. 2 — J. E. Whidden, Punta Gorda; term expires October 
4, 1941; resigned September 15, 1938. 

Districts Nos. 2, 3, 4 & 5 — Ira D. Atkinson, Punta Gorda; term 
expires September 9, 1942; resigned August 18, 1942 and E. M. 
Parker, Punta Gorda. commissioned September 25, 1942, until 
September 18, 1946. 

CITRUS 

COUNTY SEAT — INVERNESS 

County Judge — E. C. May. 

Sheriff — Chas. S. Dean. 

Clerk Circuit Court — James E. Connor. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Prank Ellison; deceased, and Mrs. 
Virginia Ellison commissioned September 19, 1941, ad interim. Elect- 
ed and re-commissioned until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in 
January, 1945. 

Tax Collector — A. S. King. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — I. R. Nolen. 

County Surveyor — None elected. 

Supervisor Registration — Gordon Cooper. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — James J. Strickland, Crystal River. 

District No. 2 — J. N. Brown, Crystal River. 

District No. 3 — P. E. Marlow, Holder. 

District No. 4 — James E. Rooks, Inverness. 

District No. 5 — W. A. Bellamy, Hernando. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. W. Bellah, Hernando. 

District No. 2 — Farris D. Stevens, Crystal River; resigned March 
19, 1942, and J. E. Stevens, Crystal River, commissioned April 10, 
1942, ad interim; term expired and Brovi^n Dumas, Crystal River, 
elected and commissioned until January, 1943. 

District No. 3 — P. D. Rooks, Homosassa. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 5 — Strauss L. Lloyd, Inverness. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — T. L. Kelley, Dunnellon. 
District No. 5 — Norman P. Savary, Inverness. 



124 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
PROBATION OFFICER 

' Mrs. Kate Ogden Cason, Floral City; term expires October 11, 
1935. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — C. D. Hatcher, Citronnelle; term expired Septem- 
ber 12, 1933. 

District No. 2 — E. T. Bowman, Crystal River; term expired 
August 4, 1933. 

District No. 2 — B. A. King, Lecanto; term expired November 14, 
1933. 

District No. 4 — G. E. Rogers, Brooksville; term expired August 
4, 1933. 

CLAY 

COUNTY SEAT GREEN COVE SPRINGS 

County Judge — J. J. Jennings, Jr. 

Sheriff— J. P. Hall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — L. T. Ivey. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude Smith; granted military leave 
April 23, 1942, and Mrs. Claude Smith commissioned Acting Tax 
Assessor during the term of active service of Claude Smith. 

Tax Collector — C. L. Saunders. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — C. B. Bowles. 

Supervisor Registration — R. R. Dyal. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. G. Dyson, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — Andrew Pace, Orange Park; resigned January 19, 
1942, and J. E. Greene, Orange Park, commissioned February 4, 
1942, ad interim. 

District No. 3 — Hiram Taylor, Doctor's Inlet. 

District No. 4 — D. E. Pangborn, Keystone Heights. 

District No. 5 — Frank Williams, Green Cove Springs; resigned 
June 3rd, 1942, and Roy Knowles commissioned June 19, 1942, ad 
interim. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — George A. Knight, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — W. Ernest Cherry, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — V. G. Hall, Green Cove Springs. 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4 — R. B. Haddon, Middleburg. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Arthur Long, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 3 — L. E. Green, Doctor's Inlet. 
District No. 4 — A. H. Wilkinson, Maxville. 



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APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 4 — H. C. Wainwright, 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. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. W. McLeod. 

Tax Collector — C. H. Collier. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Ernest Bridges. 

Supervisor Registration — J. G. Grant; resigned September 20, 
1941; Carl Anderson commissioned October 3, 1941; resigned July 
22, 1942, and Clark Brown, Jr., commissioned August 4, 1942, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1945; resigned Decem- 
ber 2, 1942. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Joseph M. Bryan, Everglades; resigned July 14, 
1942, and E. B. Nichols, Everglades, commissioned July 29, 1942, 
ad interim. 

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. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — F. J. Frankenhoff, Everglades. 

District No. 2 — Mrs. Tommie C. Barfield, Collier City. 

District No. 3 — Ruth Frederick, Naples; resigned July 31, 1941, 
and Mrs. Geraldine C. Smith, Naples, commissioned September 11, 
1941, ad interim. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. W. Russell, Everglades. 
District No. 4 — Sam Fish, Everglades. 

District No. 3 — Roy H. Triplett, Naples, commissioned March 14, 
1941, ad interim. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. L. Clifton, Everglades. 
District No. 3 — Rudolf Bomer, Naples. 
District No. 4 — J. C. Rodgers, Immokalee. 



126 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(.Subject to Senate Confinnation) 
R. Roberts, Immokalee, commissioned August 24, 1939, until next 
Senate; term expired, and J. Herman T. McGee commissioned July 
21, 1941, until next Senate. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Immokalee District — J. R. Thomas, Immokalee; term expired 
October 13, 1940. 

Immokalee District — J. M. Hunter, Immokalee; term expires June 
26, 1944. 

District No. 3 — D. T. Clifton, Everglades; term expires Decem- 
ber 29, 1944. 

District No. 3 — E. C. Howell, Everglades; term expires August 
3, 1945. 

Immokalee District — Chester Walker, Immokalee; term expires 
December 3, 1946. 

COLUMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT — LAKE CITY 

County Judge — Archie Buie, Jr. 

Sheriff — Walter W. Davis. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hugh B. Summers. 

County Attorney — W. J. Ferguson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Lonnie M. Pearce. 

Tax Collector — Alvin C. Hosford. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — R. O. Williams. 

County Surveyor — None elected. 

Supervisor Registration — Fred L. Johnson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. M. (Bob) Milton, Lake City. 
District No. 2 — Madison Terry, Lake City. 
District No. 3 — J. B. Sparkman, Fort White. 
District No. 4 — Scott Gillen, Lulu. 
District No. 5 — Charley Sistrunk, Lake City. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J, R. Hall, Jasper. 

District No. 2 — D. P. Feagle, Lake City. 

District No. 3 — John S. McColskey, Lake City; granted military 
leave, and L. C. (Lem) Owens, Lake City, commissioned August 11, 
1942, during the term of active military service of John McColskey. 

District No. 10 — G. S. Wilson, Lake City. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 127 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 10 — ^W. H. Brown, Lake City. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 10 — C. C. Smith, Lake City; resigned October 20, 1941. 

DADE 

COUNTY SEAT — MIAMI 

County Judge — W. F. Blanton. 

Sheriff — ^D. C. Coleman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. B. Leatherman. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — W. Cecil Watson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. N. Lummus, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Hayes Wood; granted military leave July 29, 
1942, and Arthur J. Gucker commissioned August 20, 1942, during 
the term of active military service of Hayes Wood. Hayes Wood 
re-instated November 4, 1942. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — James T. Wilson. 

County Surveyor — Chas. G. Hannock. 

Supervisor Registration — Carl Holmer, Jr. 

Purchasing Agent & County Auditor — Wm. D. Joyce. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. H. Crandon, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Hugh Peters, Miami. 
District No. 3 — N. P. Lowery, Miami. 
District No. 4 — J. Lamar Paxson, Miami. 
District No. 5 — J. D. Redd, Homestead. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Van E. Blanton, Miami. 

District No. 2 — Russell F. Hand, Miami; suspended September 
21, 1942, and F. H. McDonald commissioned November 6, 1942, 
pending suspension of Russell F. Hand. 

District No. 3 — Charles G. Turner, Homestead. 

District No. 4 — R. P. Terry, Miami. 

District No. 5 — Milton Weiss, Miami Beach. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

J. Avery Guyton, Miami; term expires January, 1945. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — Henry L. Oppenbom, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Thos. S. Ferguson, Miami. 
District No. 3 — Otis B. Sutton, Coral Gables. 
District No. 4 — S. L. Kendrick, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Ralph C. Pole, Miami Beach. 



128 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. B. Chastain, Miami. 

District No. 2 — Tom Wood, Miami. 

District No. 3 — George B. Hardie, Coral Gables. 

District No. 4 — J. M. Scarborough, Homestead. 

District No. 5 — Joiin S. Baber, Miami Beach; resigned July 20, 
1942, and Harry S. Higgins, Miami, commissioned August 6, 1942, ad 
interim. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
CHIEP PROBATION OFFICER OF THE JUVENILE AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 

COURT 

Marshall Battle, Miami; term expires December 8, 1943; granted 
military leave July 29, 1942, and W. Ira Hazlett commissioned 
Acting Chief Probation Officer July 15, 1942, during the term of 
active military service of Marshall Battle. 

PROBATION AND PAROLE OFFICER 

Harry O. Hunter, Miami; term expires Jime 5, 1943; resigned 
March 24, 1941, and J. M. Culligan, Miami, commissioned March 
2, 1941, until June 6, 1943. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
John Porth, Hialeah, commissioned October 4, 1939, until next 
Senate; term expired and Walter C. Ohlert, Hialeah, confirmed 
by Senate and commisioned June 12, 1941, for terms ending October 
1, 1941 and October 1, 1943. 

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, Miami; term expired August 4, 1932. 
Walter R. Nelson, Homestead; term expired August 4, 1932. 
J. Lamar Paxson, South Miami; 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; term expired August 15, 1940; resigned 
October 27, 1938; term expired. 

Frank L. Skill, Homestead; term expired August 22, 1940; term 
expired. 

O. G. Lindsey, North Miami Beach; term expired September 19, 
1940; term expired. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 129 

Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub, -Miami Beach; term expired October 

I, 1940; term expired. 

Stanley Dodd, Miami, term expires August 15, 1943. 
M. B. Garris, Miami, term expires October 1, 1943. 
D. Earl Wilson, Miami, term expires August 22, 1943. 
R. P. Barfield, Perrine, term expires September 20, 1944. 
John D. Noble, Miami; term expired September 30, 1941. 
Mrs. R. C. Denicke, Miami; term expired August 10, 1941, 

DADE COUNTY BTJDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Beverly Peacock, Coconut Grove; term expired 
July 12, 1942, and Ralph Wilkins, Coral Gables, commissioned 
August 1, 1942, until July 12, 1946. 

District No. 2 — Frank O. Pruitt, Miami; term expires July 10, 
1943; granted military leave July 17, 1942, and Walter G. Earnest, 
Miami, commissioned July 23, 1942, for the term of active military 
service of Frank O. Pruitt. 

District No. 3 — C. W. Chase, Jr., Miami Beach; term expires 
August 16, 1944. 

District No. 4 — Luther L. Chandler, Goulds; term expired July 

II, 1941; re-commissioned August 13, 1941, until July 11, 1945. 
District No. 5 — Frank B. Rue, Miami; term expires June 20, 1943. 

DADE COUNTY JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Theo. W. Moore, Miami; term expires January, 1944. 
D. Earl Wilson, Miami; term expires January, 1945. 

CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

(.Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — Ben C. Willard, Miami; term expires September 16, 1943. 
Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami; term expires September 12, 
1943. 

COURT OP CRIMES 

Wayne Allen, Miami; term expires July 18, 1943; resigned April 
18, 1942, and Vernon Hawthorne, Miami, commissioned April 22, 
1942, until July 18, 1943. 

JUVENILE COURT AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 

Judge — Walter H. Beckman, Miami; term expired July 1, 1941; 
re-commissioned June 27, 1941, until July 2, 1945. 

CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

(.Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — David J. Hefferman, Miami; term expired January 15, 1942. 
Judge — Norman Hendry, Miami; term expires next Senate. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(.Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
H. Earnest Overstreet, Miami; term expired February 5, 1942. 



130 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONERS - or PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Redmond B. Gautier, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 16, 1941. for four years from November 26, 1941; 
resigned October 16, 1942. 

Chas. B. Ledbetter, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned July 2, 1941, for four years from November 26, 1941. 

Chas. K. Lalor, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned July 16, 1941, for four years from November 28, 1941; de- 
ceased, and J. O. Webster, Miami Beach, commissioned July 16, 
1942, until next Senate. 

M. Allen Barth, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned July 16, 1941, for four years from December 3, 1941. 

Sam Murray, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned 
Jtme 14, 1941, for four years from Nov. 19. 1941. 

DE SOTO 

COUNTY SEAT — ARCADIA 

County Judge — Lewis E. Purvis. 

Sheriff — J. Ed Albritton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. Mary M. Gwynn. 

Prosecuting Attorney — M. A. Rosen. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Miss Kate Carlton. 

Tax Collector — M. W. Nolan; resigned August 22, 1941, and J. L. 
Dishong, commissioned August 28, 1942, ad interim; term expired 
and Edna Piatt, Arcadia, elected and commissioned Nov. 4, 1942, 
until January, 1945. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — D. G. Barnett. 

County Surveyor — M. E. Albritton. 

Supervisor Registration — Miss Sallie Ivey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana J. Jones, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — Ed F. Davis, Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — H. C. Avant, Arcadia. 
District No. 4 — Mike Peterson, Nocatee. 
District No. 5 — E. C. Aurin, Ft. Ogden. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. J. Yelvington, Arcadia. 

District No. 2 — John C. Woodley, Arcadia; resigned February 13, 
1942, and Charles C. Jones, Arcadia, commissioned April 10, 1942, 
ad interim. 

District No. 3 — ^Barney McLain, Nocatee. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — R. B. Armstrong, Arcadia. 



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CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — Ed Barker, Arcadia. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — Geo. L. Mercer, Brownville; term expired No- 
vember 19, 1941. 

District No. 2 — Chick W. Hagan, Pinelevel; term expired Decem- 
ber 6, 1941. 

District No. 3 — Jake Morgan; term expires July 21, 1946. 

DDilE 

COUNTY SEAT CROSS CITY 

County Judge — L. G. Gunter. 

Sheriff — F. L. Anderson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cauley C. Copeland; granted military leave 
September 1, 1942, and Stephen R. Langston commissioned Acting 
Clerk Circuit Court during the term of military service of Cauley 
C. Copeland. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. I. Taylor. 

Tax Collector — J. R. Roberts. 

Coimty Superintendent Public Instruction — W. F. Hill. 

County Sui'veyor — Ellis Johnson. 

Supervisor Registration — D. E. Butler. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — E. F. Jones, Branford. 
District No. 2 — T. P. Chaires, Old Town. 
District No. 3 — Homer Finer, Cross City. 
District No. 4 — L. L. Barber, Cross City. 
District No. 5 — John Philmon, Steinhatchee. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Elzy Lord, Cross City. 
District No. 2 — B. S. Preston, Cross City. 
District No. 3 — J. B. Harris, Cross City. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. A. Neeley, Cross City. 
District No. 2 — J. P. Thompson, Cross City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Berry Corbin, Cross City. 
District No. 2 — W. T. Green, Cross City. 



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APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Disfrict No. 2 — R. F. Ensey, Jr., Old Town; term expires January 
18, 1944; resigned August 8, 1941, 

District No. 2 — W. T. Green, Cross City; term expires August 
16, 1944. 

District No. 2 — A. A. Cason, Cross City; term expires August 
18, 1944. 

DUVAL 

COUNTY SEAT — JACKSONVILLE 

County Judge — J. OIlie Edmunds. 

Sheriff — Rex Sweat. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Elliot W. Butts. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — John D. Baker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. H. St. John. 

Tax Collector — Clyde H. Simpson. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — W. Daniel Boyd; mili- 
tary leave granted May 5, 1942, and the Board of Public Instruction 
appointed J. W. Gilbert as Acting County Superintendent for the 
term of active service of W. Daniel Boyd. 

Supervisor Registration — Emory H. Price. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John Marshall, Jacksonville. 

District No. 2 — Ray Greene, Jacksonville. 

District No. 3 — Joe F. Hammond, Jacksonville. 

District No. 4 — R. D. (Bob) Gordon, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5 — W. Howard Belote, Jacksonville. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Ted DeWitt, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — James T. Etheridge, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — J. E. (Jim) Ross, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Miss Margaret G. Weed, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Brown Whatley, Jacksonville. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

James A, Cranford, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1947. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — P. M. Burroughs, Jacksonville; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1945. 

District No. 2 — W. T. (Bill) Dow, Jacksonville; term expires 
January, 1947. 

District No. 3 — J. L. Hamilton, Baldwin; terra expires Januaiy, 
1945. 



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District No. 4 — John O. Jackson, Jacksonville; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

District No. 5 — Leland Jordan, Jacksonville; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1945. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — Albert Bowie, Dinsmore. 

District No. 3 — R. E. Tanner, Baldwin. 

District No. 4 — Francis J. Warren, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5 — Jas. L. Gavagan, Mayport. 

Disti-ict No. 8 — W. E. Pickett, South Jacksonville. 

District No. 9 — Clyatt C. Broward, Jacksonville; granted mili- 
tary leave August 26, 1942, and J. C. Walton commissioned Acting 
Justice of the Peace September 2, 1942, during the term of active 
military service of Clyatt C. Broward. 

District No. 10 — S. J. King, Jacksonville. 

District No. 11 — Sarah Eryan, Jacksonville. 

District No. 12. — T. O. Holmes, South Jacksonville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — W. I. Anderson, Dinsmore. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Thomas, Baldwin. 

District No. 4 — J. F. Weeks, Jacksonville. 

District No. 5 — Ed W. McCormick, Jacksonville Beach. 

District No. 8 — A. L. Music, Loretto. 

District No. 9 — Maurice K. Merrick, Jacksonville. 

District No. 10 — Fred M. Williams, Jacksonville. 

District No. 11 — Ben Jones, Jr., Jacksonville. 

District No. 12 — William T. McCall, South Jacksonville. 

PROBATION AND PAROLE OFFICEK 

Court of Crimes and Criminal Court of Record — A. C. Tucker, 
Jacksonville; term expires June 15, 1943; resigned April 15, 1941, 
and P. Bedford Wright commissioned April 17, 1941 until June 15, 
1943. 

CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Judge — Bryan Simpson, Jacksonville; term expires August 13, 
1943. 

Solicitor — Wayne E. Ripley, Jacksonville; term expires August 
16, 1943; on leave; resigned May 2, 1942, and Harry H. Martin, 
Jacksonville, commissioned until next Senate. 

CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville; term expired May 5, 1941. 



134 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY DETECTIVE 

Sidney Hurlbert, Jacksonville; term expires piirsuant to the pro- 
visions of Chapter 12704, Acts of 1927. 

MEMBERS COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

(9 Members) 

T. G. Buckner, Jacksonville; term expired July 10, 1941; term 
expired and Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville, commissioned July 
31, 1941, imtil July 10, 1945. 

Mrs. D. E. Bail, Jacksonville; term expired July 10, 1941; term 
expired and Mrs. J. K. Attwood, Jacksonville, commissioned October 
17, 1942, until July 10, 1945. 

Chester Bedell, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1945; resigned 
October 7, 1942, and Olin E. Watts, Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 22, 1942, until July 10, 1945. 

Mrs. Walter S. Jones, Jacksonville; term expired July 10, 1941; 
term expired and re-commissioned November 21, 1942 until July 
10, 1945. 

Edward McCarthy, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires January 10, 
1943. 

Wellington W. Cummer, South Jacksonville; term expired July 
10, 1942. 

E. T. Sellars, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1943. 

Ray Halle, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1943. 

Mrs. Camille S. L'Engle, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1943. 

COUNTY JURY COMMISSIONERS 

B. B. McCormick, Jacksonville; term expired January 25, 1942. 
John S. Bond, Jacksonville; term expires February 1, 1943. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

J. C. Lanier, Jacksonville; term expires July 19, 1945. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES 

(6 Inspectors) 

Jno. C. Powell, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Governor; 
resigned October 31, 1941. 

S. W. Register, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 

W. B. Ivey, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Governor; 
resigned August 8, 1941. 

E. S. Cravens, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 

C. F. Register, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 
J. S. Register, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 

HARBOR MASTER 

i Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
H. Pope Neff, Jacksonville; term expired April 6, 1941; term ex- 
pired and James W. Pettyjohn, Jacksonville, confirmed by the Sen- 



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ate and commissioned April 10, 1941 for two years from April 6, 
1941. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
George M. Milam, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1943. 
H. C. Avery, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1943. 
Clarence Ashby, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1943. 
James C. Merrill, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1943. 
Franklin G. Russell, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1943. 

ESCAMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT — PENSACOLA 

County Judge — Harvey E. Page. 

Sheriff — Howard Mayes. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Langley Bell. 

Clerk Court Record — George Trawick; granted military leave 
June 11, 1942, and Mrs. Trawick commissioned July 22, 1942, as 
Acting Clerk Court of Record, during the term of active military 
service of Geo. Trawick. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wiley J. McDavid. 

Tax Collector — John R. Jones. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — A. S. Edwards. 

Supervisor Registration — Ben L. Davis. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — FYank L. Parise, Pensacola. 

District No. 2 — John N. Rauscher, Pensacola; resigned October 
12, 1941, and James M. Cooper commissioned September 18, 1941, 
ad interim. 

District No. 3 — Clint Reilly, Pensacola. 

District No. 4 — Charley Booth, Cantonment. 

District No. 5 — T. C. McCoy, Bluff Springs. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — M. B. Holmes, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Oliver J. Semmes, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — J. L. Robbins, Rt. 1, Atmore, Ala. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. L. Bryant, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — L. B. Morgan, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — J. S. E. Wilder, Molino. 
District No. 4 — T. F. Hanks, Atmore, Ala., Rt. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. Mallory Williams, Pensacola; deceased, and 
A. Hilliard Bailey, Pensacola, commissioned May 10, 1941, ad inter- 
im elected and re-commissioned until January, 1945. 



136 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 2 — C. M. Kelson, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — Gilbert Ward, Molino. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Rigby, Century. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
COtTRT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Judge — R. Pope Reese, Pensacola; term expires August 17, 1943; 
deceased, and Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola, commissioned August 
6, 1941, until next Senate. 

Solicitor — Forsythe Caro, Pensacola; term expires August 19, 1943. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — J. H. Sherrill, Pensacola; term expired January 
3, 1942. 

District No. 2 — James C. Watson, Pensacola; term expired Decem- 
ber 29, 1942. 

District No. 3 — C. A. Weiss, Pensacola; term expires December 
29, 1943. 

District No. 4 — ^Fred Buran, Pensacola; term expires January 21, 
1945. 

District No. 5 — R. Leon Jones, Pensacola; term expires January 
3, 1945. 

ESCAMBIA RIVER BRIDGE AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — T. C. Rozier, Milton; term expired July 1, 1936. 
District No. 2 — L. F. Matthevi^, Molino; term expired July 1, 1937. 
District No. 3 — L. C. Hagler, Pensacola; term expii-ed July 1, 1939. 
District No. 4 — O. M. Carter, Bagdad, term expired July 1, 1939. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Ed Brown, Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and commisisoned 
June 13, 1941, until April 23, 1943. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Morris Levy, Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned May 31, 1941, for a term of four years from June 5, 1941. 

C. W. Oliver, Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned May 31, 1941 for a term of four years from June 5, 1941. 

Wm. V. Fauria, Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 14, 1941 for a term of four years from June 5, 1941. 

Thomas Anthony Johnson, Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 21, 1941 for four years from June 5, 1941. 

Vincent A. Bruno, Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 21, 1941 for a term of four years from June 5, 1941. 



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PROBATION OFFICER 

Bleecker Forbes, Pensacola, commissioned November 3, 1939, until 
October 19, 1943. 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES 

Malcolm Riera, Pensacola, commissioned June 6, 1915, P.O. 
J. T. Stringfield, Pensacola, commissioned April 6, 1917, P.O. 
H. C. Stringfield, Pensacola, commissioned April 6, 1917, P.G. 
D. F. Doughtery, Pensacola, commissioned November 8, 1924, P.G. 
J. G. Stringfield, Pensacola, commissioned February 21, 1941, P. G. 
J. R. Stringfield, Pensacola, commissioned February 20, 1941, P.G. 
J. T. Stringfield, Pensacola, commissioned February 21, 1941, P.G. 

FLAGLER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUNNELL 

County Judge — H. A. Eisenbach. 

Sheriff— Henry Wells. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Dale B. Brown. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. D. Moody. 

Tax Collector — J. F. Mercer. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Z. W. Holland. 

Supervisor Registration — Andrew Thompson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. C. Rodgers, Bunnell. 

District No. 2 — D. B. Roberts, Flagler Beach; resigned May 25, 
1942, and Geo, Moody, Flagler Beach, commissioned June 5, 1942, 
ad interim. 

District No. 3 — K. K. Knight, Bunnell. 

District No. 4 — A. G. Thompson, Espanola. 

District No. 5 — Lewis Wadsworth, Bunnell. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Claude S. Deen, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — George Kendall, Bunnell. 
District No. 3 — F. D. Malphurs, Bunnell. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — P. H. Frier, Bunnell. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — J. L. Pellicer, Bunnell. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

District No. 4 — O. F. Alford, Bunnell; term expires January, 1947. 



138 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

FRANKLIN 
COUNTY SEAT — APALACHICOLA 

County Judge — Raymond W. Witherspoon. 

Sheriff— W. J. Lovett. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. P. Dodd. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Fred A. Hoffman. 

Tax Collector — Oscar C. Melvin. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — A. S. Ham. 

Supervisor Registration — Miss Clyde Brown. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — E. C. Chason, East Point. 
District No. 2 — V. G. Sangaree, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Nina Bloodworth, Apalachicola. 
District No. 4 — W. F. Randolph, Apalachicola. 
District No. 5 — H. L. Cook, Carrabelle. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — John Callaway, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — William Robinson, Carrabelle. 
District No. 3 — A. C. Smith, East Point. 

JUSTICE OF PFACE 

District No. 1 — A. J. Jenkins, Apalachicola. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — William Henderson, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — P. A. Sanborn, Jr., Carrabelle. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

J. C. Sharit, Apalachicola; term expired September 22, 1933. 
R. P. Bradford, Carrabelle; term expired September 22, 1933. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Sebren Jackson, Carrabelle; term expired July 10, 1941. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

H. L. Mattair, Carrabelle; term expired Senate, 1937. Appointed 
and confirmed by the Senate, but failed to qualify. 

C. H. Schoelles, Apalachicola; term expired Senate, 1937. Ap- 
pointed and confirmed by the Senate, but failed to qualify. 

W. H. Marks, Apalachicola; term expired Senate, 1937. Appointed 
and confirmed by the Senate, but failed to qualify. 

C. T. Lanier, Apalachicola; term expired Senate, 1937. Appoint- 
ed and confirmed by the Senate, but failed to qualify. 

Alva Bragdon, Carrabelle, term expired February 10, 1939. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 139 

GADSDEN 

COUNTY SEAT — QUINCY 

County Judge — F. B. Thrower. ^ ] r* /I a U 

Sheriff-M.-Pierc^^:nt5Tr. ^ dMu3 '^ &-,^L^>C/tl>L^^^ 

Clerk Circuit Court — F. F. Morgan. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. L. Green. 

Tax Collector — Clinton Bassett. 

County Superintendent of Public Instruction — C. H. Gray. 

Supervisor Registration — E. O. Hall; resigned January 1, 1942, 
and C. C. Guy commissioned January 1, 1942 until first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1945. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. P. Woodberry, Quincy. 
District No. 2 — John S. Curry, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — E. O. McKeowan, River Junction. 
District No. 4 — Hope Hines, Greensboro. 
District No. 5 — E. E. Bass, Quincy. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. N. Darsey, Concord. 
District No. 2 — George W. Monroe, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — O. W. Gardner, Greensboro. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. Scott Gregory, Quincy. 
District No. 2 — A. K. Gholson, Chattahoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — John Rowan, Quincy; resigned March 6, 1942, 
and James R. Johnson, Quincy, commissioned March 25, 1942, ad 
interim. H. S. Bostick elected and commissioned until January, 
1945. 

District No. 2 — J. B. Locklin, Chattahoochee. 

GILCHRIST 

COUNTY SEAT — TRENTON 

County Judge — M. G. Atkins. 

Sheriff — D. W. Deen; resigned July 22, 1941, and D. H. Browning, 
Trenton, commissioned August 8, 1941, ad interim, elected and re- 
commissioned until January, 1945. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Asa L. Harllee. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. M. Quincey. 

Tax Collector — J. A. Polk. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Cleveland Moore. 

Supervisor Registration — William Jackson Lord. 



140 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Joe T, Davis, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — Raleigh Rucker, Trenton. 
District No. 3 — C. Avener Jones, Bsll. 
District No. 4 — Horace Groover Cruse, Bell. 
District No. 5 — Gruver Langford, Trenton. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. C. Rogers, Trenton. 

District No. 2 — J. H. Martin, Wilcox; deceased, and C. R. Colson, 
Trenton, commissioned January 27, 1942, ad interim. 
District No. 3 — J. W. F. Jones, Bell. 

GLADES 

COUNTY SEAT — MOORE HAVEN 

County Judge — J. M. Couse. 

Sheriff— J. J. Wiggins. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. D. S. Weeks, 

County Assessor of Taxes — I. E. Scott. 

Tax Collector — R. D. Yoder. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Caroline M. Bales. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. Lee Gunn. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. E. Frierson, Clewiston, 
District No. 2 — Thomas 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. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Elizabeth S. Ewing, Moore Haven. 

District No. 2 — C. C. Curry, La Belle. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. J. C. Swindall, Moore Haven. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. B. Harris, Moore Haven. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — R. L. Golden, Moore Haven. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
J. E. Frierson, Clewiston; commissioner February 12, 1940 until 
next Senate. 



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PROBATION OFFICER 

J. H. Whidden, Moore Haven; term expired January 14, 1934. 

INSPECTORS OP MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — A. W. Whidden, Lake Port; term expired June 

16, 194L 

District No. 1 — J. L. Daughtry, Moore Haven; term expired 
October 19, 1941; J. J. Dann, Lakeport, commissioned June 27, 
1941 for four years. 

District No. 2 — W. B. Harris, Moore Haven; term expires August 

17, 1943. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Sweet Peeples, Citrus Center; term expired 
August 19, 1941; re-commissioned April 18, 1941 for four years. 

District No. 4 — Ben Cross, LaBelle; term expired February 21, 
1941; re-commissioned April 17, 1941, for four years. 

District No. 5 — Bert Hadden, Palmdale; term expires April 9, 1943. 

GULP 

COUNTY SEAT — WEWAHITCHKA 

County Judge — J. E. Pridgeon. 

Sheriff — Byrd E. Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. R. Hunter. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Samuel A. Patrick. 

Tax Collector — Ed. C. Pridgeon. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Thomas A. Owens. 

Supervisor Registration — C. G. Rish. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. R. Connell, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 2 — Jim S. Daniel, Overstreet. 

District No. 3— Roy B. Whitfield, Overstreet. 

District No. 4 — Jessie Gaskin, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 5 — George Tapper, Port St. Joe; resigned January 
28, 1942, and Harry H. Saunders, Port St. Joe, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 19, 1942, ad interim. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Thomas E. Meriwether, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 2 — Carter Ward, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 3 — Jessie M. Smith, Wewahitchka. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
A. M. Jones, Port St. Joe; term expired May 15, 1941, and Robert 
Tapper, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned 
June 11, 1941 for two years from May 15, 1941. 



142 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

H. D. Marks, Port St. Joe; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 10, 1939 until December 6, 1943. 

C. Brooks, Port St. Joe; confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 13, 1939 until December 6, 1943. 

C. G. Goston, Port St. Joe; appointed same date, but failed to 
qualify. 

L. W. Owens, Port St. Joe; appointed same date but failed to 
qualify. 

Robert Billows, Port St. Joe; appointed same date, but failed to 
qualify. 

H. D. Marks, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 10, 1939 until December 7, 1943. 

C. Brooks, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 13, 1939 until December 7, 1943. 

Harry Saunders, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned April 29, 1941 until December 6, 1943; resigned 
January 28, 1942; C. G. Costin, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Sen- 
ate May 8, 1941 until December 6, 1943. 

N. Comforter, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned May 3, 1941 imtil December 6, 1943. 

Robert Billows, Port St. Joe, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned April 29, 1941 until December 6, 1943. 

HAMILTON 

COUNTY SEAT — JASPER 

County Judge — Ernest Rutledge. 

Sheriff — Eddie McGhin. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Miss Thelma Lewis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — B. F. Leigh. 

Tax Collector — Jesse J. Milton. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Harry T. Reid; grant- 
ed military leave July 15, 1942 and Mrs. Kathryn Reid appointed 
by the Board of Public Instruction to act as County Superintendent 
during term of active military service of Harry T. Reid. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. Henry Carpenter. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. V. McCall, Jasper. 

District No. 2 — M. O. Smith, Jasper. 

District No. 3 — W. R. McDonald, Jasper. 

District No. 4 — C. C. Bullard, Jasper. 

District No. 5 — George D. Perry. Jasper. 



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COtTNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ike Shiver, Jasper. 

District No. 2 — J. A. Mitchell, Jennings. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Lillian S. Saunders, White Springs. 

HARDEE 

COUNTY SEAT WAUCHULA 

County Judge — Clyde Maddox. 

Sheriff— W. Blocker Whiddon. 

Clerk Circuit Court — R. Clyde Simmons. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mabry Carlton. 

Tax Collector — Lloyd J. Carlton. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Laudy H. Driggers. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. C. J. Curry. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Jewel M. Altman, Bowling Green. 

District No. 2 — Reuben Moore, Wauchula. 

District No. 3 — Phil Roberts, Limestone; suspended October 8. 
1941, and Leon T. Stephens, Limestone, commissioned November 
3, 1941, pending the suspension of Phil Roberts. 

District No. 4 — W. T. Whitcomb, Zolfo Springs. 

District No. 5 — I. V. Moore, Wauchula. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. A. Best, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Fred Whidden, Wauchula. 
District No. 3 — Olen C. English, Limestone. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 5 — J. E. McRae, Wauchula. 
District No. 9 — C. M. Lowe, Zolfo Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — Don L. Southerland, Wauchula. 
District No. 6 — E. E. Fussell, Bowling Green. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

State at Large — T. N. Carlton, Wauchula; term expires December 
20, 1946. 

District No. 1 — Sidney Waters, Bowling Green; term expired 
November 2, 1941, and Eston Hill, Bowling Green, commissioned 
November 18, 1941 until November 2, 1945. 

District No. 2 — L. M. Stokes, Wauchula; term expired December 
22. 1941. 



144 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — F. M. Hough, Zolfo Springs; term expired Decem- 
ber 22, 1941, and W. L. Lewelling, Zolfo Springs, commissioned 
April 10. 1941, for four years. 

HENDRY 

COUNTY SEAT LABELLE 

County Judge — R. M. HaiTis. 

Sheriff— Bill Maddox. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Wm. T. Hull. 

County Attorney — H. A. Rider. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dennis Small. 

Tax Collector — R. N. Miller. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — C. E. Weaver. 

Supervisor Registration — John L. Hall. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. E. Etherton, Clewiston. 

District No. 2 — J. Olien Davidson, LaBelle. 

District No. 3 — George L. Poole, LaBelle. 

District No. 4 — Frank McClenithan, Denaud. 

District No. 5 — Jim Maddox, Felda. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — M. O. Allen, Felda. 
District No. 2 — Dillon Hall, LaBelle. 
District No. 3 — A. O. Ward, Clewiston. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. H. Small, Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — J. C. Jackman, LaBelle. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — I. S. Bell, Sr., Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — H. E. Farabee, LaBelle. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
C. E. Miner, Clewiston, commissioned August 18, 1939, until next 
Senate; term expired and E. M. Cornette, Clewiston, commissioned 
June 30, 1941 until next Senate. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 2 — Mrs. Pearl Curry, LaBelle; term expires October 
27, 1944. 

District No. 2 — C. O. Willis, Felda; term expires October 29, 1944. 

District No. 3 — H. S. Dyess, Denaud; term expires July 23, 1943. 



OF THE STATE OF Jf'LORIDA 145 

HERNANDO 
COUNTY SEAT — BROOKSVILLE 

County Judge — E. S. McKenzie. 

Sheriff — Neil F. Law. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. C. Mickler. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sidney F. Dick. 

Tax Collector — J. T. Daniel. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — E. R. Russell. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. Mary E. M. Durden. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. P. Mills, Webster. 
District No. 2 — C. L. Lowman, Istachatta. 
District No. 3 — John L. Ayers, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Hope, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — R. M. Harville, Trilby. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Rogers, Brooksville. 

District No. 2 — Henry G. Thompson, Brooksville. 

District No. 3 — J. B. Grimes, Trilby; resigned May 8, 1941 and 
J. B. Kimbrough, Brooksville, commissioned May 20, 1941, ad 
interim. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 4 — D. O. Koon, Brooksville, commissioned November 
13, 1941, ad interim; term expired and John M. Weeks, Brooksville, 
elected and commissioned until January, 1945. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — E. T. Hancock, Dade City. 
District No. 4 — E. C. Bloom, Brooksville. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — G. H. Mills, Lacoochee; term expired Jime 12, 
1940. 

District No. 4 — E. W. Snow, Brooksville, commissioned June 28, 
1941 for four years. 

HIGHLANDS 

COUNTY SEAT SEBRING 

County Judge — T. A. McNicholas. 
Sheriff — E. G. Long. 
Clerk Circuit Court — H. T. Piety. 
County Attorney — M. R. McDonald. 
County Assessor of Taxes — ^P. G. Gearing. 



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Tax Collector — Mrs. Ruth Bass Hylton. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — F. N. K. Bailey. 

Supervisor Registration — R. X. Droit. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John H. Hood, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — A. C. Heacock, 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. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Paul Garber, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — T. V. Conway, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Cannon, Venus. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — Troy A. Cox, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — James P. Lighthiser, Sebring. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. A. Roberts, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — A. A. Bates, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — Tom Bozeman, Lake Placid. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
No appointment made for Highlands County. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Sam Dimberline, Sebring; term expires June 29, 1944. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 4 — Scott Taylor, Brighton; term expires May 9, 1943. 

District No. 5 — Ceylon Carlton, Hicora; term expires March 9, 
1943. 

District No. 3 — W. M. Williams, Cornwell, commissioned May 6, 
1942 for four years. 

HILLSBOROUGH 

COUNTY SEAT — TAMPA 

County Judge — G. H. Cornelius. 

Sheriff — Hugh Culbreath. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Chas. H. Pent. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — L. D. Simmons. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. S. Sparkman. 

Tax Collector — Anthony Schleman. 



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County Superintendent Public Instruction — E. L. Robinson. 
County Surveyor — Thos. J. Beaty. 
Supervisor Registration — John C. Dekle. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Nick Nuccio, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Fred W. Ball, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — Curtis Hixon, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — Earl W. Simmons, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — T. L. Hackney, Jr., Gibsonton. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Al Chiarmonte, Tampa; granted military leave 
June 23, 1942 and Mrs. Al Chiarmonte commissioned Acting Mem- 
ber County Board of Public Instruction July 23, 1942 for the term 
of active military service of Al Chiarmonte. 

District No. 2 — Ed J. Keefe, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — Leon King, Tampa. 

District No. 4 — J. S. Robinson, Plant City. 

District No. 5 — D. M. Dowdell, Wimauma. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Wayne Thomas, Plant City; term expires January, 
1945. 

District No, 2 — George A. Carey, Tampa; term expires January, 
1947. 

District No. 3 — T. N. Henderson, Tampa; term expires January, 
1945. 

District No. 4 — Carl D. Brorein, Tampa; term expires January, 
1947. 

District No. 5 — W. T. Williams, Riverview; term expires January, 
1945. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. M. Sheffield, Wimauma. 
District No. 2 — Aldo H. Watkins, Plant City. 
District No. 3 — Walter D. Turner, Tampa. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. M. Sellner, Ruskin. 

District No. 2 — W. N. Holloway, Plant City. 

District No. 3 — H. C. Graves, Tampa; suspended November 12, 
1941. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

D. B. McKay, Tampa; term expired January, 1942. 
J. H. Lockhart, Tampa; term expired January, 1941, 



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CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirviation) 
Judge — John R. Himes, Tampa; term expired April 10, 1941. 
Solicitor — Joseph E. Williams, Tampa; term expired April 10, 1941. 
Probation and Parole Officer — W. B. Wilcox, Tampa; term ex- 
pires next Senate. 

JUVENILE COURT 

(Not Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — ^Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa; term expires July 29, 1943. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Edna Hennessee, Tampa; term expires July 13, 1943. 

TRAFFIC OFFICER 

Lucien Byron, Tampa; term expired June 30, 1937. 

IMPOUNDING OFFICER 

Chas. Silva, Tampa; term expired May 17, 1931. 

INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

At Large — E. D. Ray, Tampa; term expired October 8, 1940. 

District No. 1 — C. J. McElheney, Tampa; term expired December 
2, 1942; resigned December 7, 1938 and J. L. Whiddon, Tampa, com- 
missioned December 10, 1934 for 4 years. 

District No. 3 — W. H. Crum, Plant City; term expired May 30, 
1942, and Robert C. Bigby, Tampa, commissioned June 8, 1942 until 
May 30, 1946. 

INSPECTOR NAVAL STORES 

J. G. Sharpe, Tampa; term expires at the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH 

Paul B. Dickman, Ruskin; term expires July 9, 1943. 
W. Cooper Myers, Tampa; term expires July 12, 1943. 

MEMBERS SUBURB BEAUTIFUL SANITARY DISTRICT 

Joseph W. Dalton, Tampa; term expired 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. Carty, Tampa; term expires September 22, 1943. 
Fred S. Abraham, Tampa; term expires September 22, 1946. 
Rufus T. D. Cooper, Tampa; term expired October 25, 1942. 

MEMBERS EASTERN HILLSBOROUGH PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

T. C. Maguire, Plant City; term expired July 1, 1939. 

F. M. Carter, Lithia; term expired July 1, 1939. 

Mary S. Davane, Plant City; tex'm expii-ed July 1, 1939. 



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L. B. Broadwell, Keysville; term expired July 1, 1939. 
J. G. Sparkman, Plant City; term expired July 1, 1939. 
J. W. Alsobrook, Plant City; term expired July 1, 1941. 
John W. Gallagher, Dover; term expires July 1, 1941. 
Mrs. R. G. Wood, Lithia; term expired July 1, 1941. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Cassels, Plant City; term expired July 1, 1941. 
John L. Cone, Plant City; term expired July 1, 1941. 

GOLF VIEW PARKLAND SPECIAL SANITARY DISTRICT 

Roy Masters, Tampa; term expires April 1, 1943. 

W. L. Van Dyke, Tampa; term expires March 30, 1944. 

Geo. L. Cook, Tampa; term expired March 30, 1942. 

MEMBERS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

Mrs. R. D. Jackson, Tampa, commissioned September 29, 1941 for 
4 years. 

O. Mitchell Stallings, Tampa, commissioned September 29, 1941 
for 2 years. 

Mary Rae Buzbee, Tampa, commissioned September 29, 1941 
for 4 years. 

Mrs. Louise Breeden, Plant City, commissioned October 4, 1941 
for 2 years; resigned November 5, 1942 and Eula L. Miles, com- 
missioned November 12, 1942 until October 1, 1943. 

W. Lee Straught, Plant City, commissioned October 4, 1941 for 
4 years. 

Walter B. Passiglia, Tampa, commissioned October 6, 1941 for 
4 years. 

Dorothy Durand Thomas, Seffner, commissioned October 6, 1941 
for 2 years. 

Jose Suarez, Tampa, commissioned October 6, 1941 for 4 years; 
resigned June 15, 1942. 

H. R. Whitehead, Tampa, commissioned October 6, 1941 for 2 
years. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
T. Emmett Anderson, Tampa, confirmed by the Senate June 2, 
1939, and commissioned June 14, 1939 for a term of tviro years from 
May 17, 1939; term expired and Barnett Stephenson commissioned 
July 30, 1941 imtil next Senate. 

COMMISSIONERS OP PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Karl E. Whitaker, Tampa; term expires next Senate. 
J. A. Smith, Tampa; term expires next Senate. 
H. L. Crowder, Tampa; term expires next Senate. 
Lee F. Pallardy, Tampa; term expires next Senate. 
Fred J. Woods, Tampa; term expires next Senate. 



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HOLMES 

COUNTY SEAT — BONIFAY 

County Judge — Klein McDonald. 

Sheriff — W. B. Driver. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. D. Howell. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. L. Slay. 

Tax Collector — W. R. Paircloth. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Ira C. Bush; suspend- 
ed August 26, 1942, and T. L. Belser, Bonifay, commissioned Sep- 
tember 8, 1942, pending the suspension of Ira C. Bush. 

County Surveyor — None elected. 

Supervisor Registration — E. C. Durant; resigned April 16, 1941, 
and M. Simmons commissioned May 10, 1941, until first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1945. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. D. Kemp, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 2 — Vandy Powell, Bonifay, 
District No. 3 — J. E. Gavin, Bonifay. 
District No. 4 — Talph Monk, Bonifay. 
District No. 5 — S. S. Curry, Bonifay. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. S. Worley, Bonifay. 
District No. 2 — D. H. Owens, Bonifay. 
District No. 3 — B. H. Spears, Westville. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — Homer Sellers, Westville. 
District No. 3 — E. C. Mims, Geneva, Ala. 
District No. 5 — W. H. Bruner, Bonifay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Walter D. Drake, Westville. 
District No. 2 — Eugene Baker, Westville. 

District No. 5 — Albert Y. Woodham, Bonifay; resigned December 
3, 1942. 

District No. 4 — A. M. Royals, Westville. 

INDIAN RIVER 
COUNTY SEAT VERO BEACH 

County Judge — Otis M. Cobb. 
Sheriff— Wm. W. Frick. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Douglas Baker. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Sherman N. Smith, Jr.; granted military 
leave and C. P. Diamond commissioned October 22, 1942 as Acting 



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County Prosecuting Attorney during the term of active service of 
Sherman N. Smith, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. R. Duncan. 

Tax Collector — Troy E. Moody. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Louis Harris. 

Supervisor Registration — Geo. T. Tippin. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank C. Vickers, Sebastian. 
District No. 2 — C. S. Michael, Wabasso. 
District No. 3 — S. E. Glover, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Graves, Jr., Vero Beach. 
District No. 5 — Albert O. Helseth, Vero Beach. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clayton T. Browne, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2 — Reid H. Hutchison, Vero Beach. 
District No. 3 — Oscar L. Dubose, Vero Beach. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Axel T. Peterson. Vero Beach; term expires January, 1945. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 5 — C. E. Cox, Vero Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — John T. Beugnot, Sebastian. 
District No. 5 — Tipton Rice, Vero Beach, 

MEMBER INDIAN RIVER MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

J. M. Barnes, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1943. 
E. M. Becton, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1943. 
W. P. Cox, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1943. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — R. Hudson Parker, Fort Drum; term expires 
January 25, 1943. 

District No. 2 — Gilbert Barkoskie, Fellsmere; term expires Jan- 
uary 30, 1943; resigned September 14, 1939. 

District No. 3 — A. E. Sueverkruebbe, Vero Beach; term expires 
January 22, 1943. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS INDIAN RIVER FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

(Elective) 
Arthur Hill, Jr., Vero Beach, term expires January, 1945. 
L. G. Darnall, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1945. 



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JACKSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MARIANNA 

County Judge — D. H. Oswald. 

Sheriff — Barkley Cause. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Doc Grant. 

County Attorney — Hays Lewis, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Luther Duncan. 

Tax Collector — Leo Sims. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — E. T. Denmark. 

County Surveyor — H. H. Pritchard. 

Supervision Registration — Miss Pansy Lee Durden Bruner. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No, 1 — W. A. Adams, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — Curtis Jackson, Marianna. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Grant, Marianna. 
District No. 4 — George E. Lawrence, Grand Ridge. 
District No. 5 — J. B. Garrett, Malone. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. G. Shores, Cottondale. 
District No. 2 — F. M. Golson, Marianna. 
District No. 3 — E. H. Hughes, Malone. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 6 — J. Tom Stephenson, Marianna. 
District No. 12 — H. L. Herring, Malone. 
District No. 14 — W. E. Williams, Graceville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 12 — S. E. Hall, Malone. 
District No. 14 — Leo Kirkland, Graceville. 
District No. 15 — O. A. Thomas, Cottondale. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES JACKSON COUNTY HOSPITAL CORP. 

P. C. Daffin; term expires June 23, 1944; resigned October 15, 
1941, and Sidney A. DafiSn, Marianna, commissioned October 18, 
1941 until June 13, 1944. 

C. Davis Turner, Marianna; term expired June 23, 1942; re-com- 
missioned July 8, 1942, until June 23, 1947. 

Major Albert Korst, Marianna; term expires July 19, 1945. 

W. H. Nobles, Marianna; term expires July 12, 1946. 

JEFFERSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MONTICELLO 

County Judge — Thomas B. Bird. 
Sheriff — ^A. S. Grant. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Clyde H. Sauls. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — B. J. Hamrick. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. C. Walker. 

Tax Collector — R. J. Taylor. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — William J. Bullock. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. C. W. Reed. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. J. Reams, Lamont. 

District No. 2 — John Shuman, Monticello. 

District No. 3 — E. S. Wright, Monticello. 

District No. 4 — Fred Stokley, Monticello. 

District No. 5 — E. Grantham, Monticello. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Louis G. Morris, Monticello. 
District No. 2 — J. B. Thomas, Monticello. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Floyd, Monticello. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 5— J. J. Willie, Lloyd. 
District No. 9 — Joe B. Carroll, Lamont. 
District No. 11 — Asa J. Spratt, Wacissa. 
District No. 8 — G. Y. Arrants, Aucilla. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. P. Cooksey, Lloyd. 
District No. 9 — Walton Bishop, Lamont. 
District No. 11 — Myers Williams, Wacissa. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

C. J. Wilson, Lamont; term expired October 9, 1940. 
LAFAYETTE 

COUNTY SEAT — MAYO 

County Judge — Guy McClain. 

Sheriff — J. C. Sessions. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Sidney C. Edwards. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Geo. W. Land, deceased, and Mrs. 
Geo. W. Land commissioned June 11, 1942, ad interim; term expired 
and Robt. Lancaster elected and commissioned until January, 1945. 

Tax Collector — F. Mabry Green. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — J. R. Medlock. 

Supervisor Registration — Leo Land. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. L. Dyall, Day. 
District No. 2 — L. J. Folsom, Mayo. 
District No. 3 — L. W. Hewitt, Mayo. 
District No. 4 — R. P. Jones, Branford. 
District No. 5 — W. E. Murray, Mayo. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — ^W. O. Lyons, Mayo. 
District No. 2 — R. L. Osteen, Mayo. 
District No. 3 — H. E. Hart, Mayo. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

J. H. Winburn, Mayo; term expired December 18, 1942. 
Russell Osteen, Mayo; term expired December 15, 1941. 
Alex Driver, Mayo; term expired August 16, 1941. 
H. B. Hankins, Mayo; term expired August 12, 1941. 

LAKE 

COUNTY SEAT — TAVARES 

County Judge — A. S. Herlong. / 

Sheriff— & A. Ca D oady. <^-^ S'-yy^^iJCy y^f^ 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. A. Dykes. C/ 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Philip Doss. 

Tax Collector — Pearl L. Cullen. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Frank J. Banning. 

County Surveyor — C. H. Willard. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. M. E. Miller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Geo. L. Singletary, Leesburg; granted military 
leave September 16, 1942, and E. C. Huey commissioned September 
23, 1942 during the term of active military service of Geo. L. 
Singletary. 

District No. 2 — Manuel Sloan, Mascotte. 

District No. 3 — H. K. Stokes, Minneola. 

District No. 4 — F. E. Owens, Eustis. 

District No. 5 — H. H. Hethcox, Paisley. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Earl Myers, Eustis. 
District No. 2 — Chester Lee, Leesburg. 
District No. 3 — A. M. Davis, Groveland. 



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JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — I. M. Curry, Altoona. 
District No. 6 — Harry E. Gaylord, Eustis. 
District No. 7 — Henry T. Self, Umatilla. 
District No. 10 — Philip Wright, II, Leesburg. 
District No. 11 — Katie M. Clore, Lady Lake. 
District No. 12 — J. E. Beach, Okahumpka. 
District No. 13 — H. B. Hunter, Yalaha. 
District No. 20 — O. M. Simpson, Mt. Dora. 
District No. 22 — H. Erie Hooks, Clermont. 
District No. 23 — Jno. William Warren, Groveland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — A. L. Hammond, Eustis. 
District No. 7 — W. T. Collins, Umatilla. 
District No. 10 — J. C. M. Stinson, Leesburg. 
District No. 12 — H. R. Reeves, Okahumpka. 
District No. 13— W. M. Hall, Yalaha. 
District No. 20 — C. W. Cooper, Mt. Dora. 
District No. 22 — C. E. SuUins, Clermont. 
District No. 23 — P. J. Smith, Groveland. 
District No. 25 — Russell H. Casson, Fruitland Park. 

LEE 

COUNTY SEAT — FT. MYERS 

County Judge — Charles Wilson Ward. 
Sheriff — Fred Roberts. 
Clerk Circuit Court — D. T. Parabee. 
Prosecuting Attorney — John K. Woolslair. 
County Assessor of Taxes — John M. Boring. 
Tax Collector — James B. Roberts. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Harry , Frierson 
Hendry. 

Supervisor Registration — Willa Smith. 

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 — Bruce R. Storter, Tice. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — David M. Bull, Alva. 
District No. 2 — Willie W. Stewart, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3 — Earl Hord, St. James City. 



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JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. E. Riley, Boca Grande. 
District No. 3 — Hiram W. Bryant, Ft. Myers. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Tribue Thornton, Boca Grande. 
District No. 3 — Dillard M. Ramsey, Ft. Myers. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mary F. Price, Ft. Myers; term expired January 7, 1941. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — Drew Higginbotham, Ft. Myers; term expired 
December 29, 1940. 

District No. 2 — H. L. Austin, Alva; term expired March 28, 1940. 

District No. 3 — J. F. Whiddon, Bonita Springs; term expires May 
12, 1943. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Nat Futch, Boca Grande; term expired November 20, 1941. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Bradford Bylaska, Boca Grande; term expired November 12, 1941. 
Joe M. Hocutt, Boca Grande; term expires next Senate. 
C. D. VanVleet, Boca Grande; term expires next Senate. 
Roy C. Adams, Boca Grande; term expires next Senate. 
Richard C. Kuhl, Boca Grande; term expires next Senate. 

LEON 

COUNTY SEAT — TALLAHASSEE 

County Judge — James C. Gwynn: resigned May 30, 1942, and B. A. 
Meginniss commissioned May 30, 1942, ad interim. Elected and re- 
commissioned until January, 1945. 

Sheriff — Frank Stoutamire. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Paul Vi Lang , ^f^-^ ^ m 

Prosecuting Attorney — Wm. D. Hopkins. 

Assessor of Taxes — W, A. Bass. 

Tax Collector — W. Kenneth Collins. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction— F. A. Rhodes. 

County Surveyor — E. G. Chesley. 

Supervisor Registration — Miss Hattie L. Coles. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dixon V. Herring, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — Hunter M. Bannerman, Tallahassee. 



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District No. 3 — T. D. McCracken, Tallahassee. 
District No. 4 — D. R. Cook, Tallahassee. 
District No. 5 — V. G. Phillips, Tallahassee. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Leonard Wesson, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — G. C. Herndon, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — W. A. Register, Tallahassee. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — James R. Harris, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — W. G. Register, Jr., Tallahassee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. H. Hopkins, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — J. V. Herold, Miccosukee. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mattie Lou Love, Tallahassee; term expires September 23, 1943; 
resigned November 5, 1942 and Mrs. W. C. Tully commissioned 
November 21, 1942 until September 23, 1943. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — W. T. Gramling, Miccosukee; term expired August 
26, 1936. 

District No. 1 — Chas. W. Hamlin, Tallahassee; term expired De- 
cember 20, 1939. 

LEON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

B. A. Wilkinson, Tallahassee; term expired August 15, 1942. 
George E. Lewis, Tallahassee; term expired August 14, 1942. 
Jack W. Simmons, Tallahassee; term expired October 3, 1940. 
John W. Henderson, Tallahassee; term expired December 21, 1941. 
Frank D. Moor, Tallahassee; term expired December 14, 1940. 
Francis T. Holland, Tallahassee; term expired December 14, 1942. 
Chas. Ausley, Tallahassee; term expired December 14, 1941. 
George I. Martin, Tallahassee; term expired December 14, 1941. 
Mrs. J. G. Kellum, Tallahassee; term expired December 20, 1940. 

LEVY 

COUNTY SEAT — BRONSON 

County Judge — H. S. Wilson. 

Sheriff— W. B. Whiddon. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jack L. Meeks. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dogan S. Cobb. 

Tax Collector — M. D. Graham. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Frank McCall. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. J. O. Beauchamp. 



158 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

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 — J. G. Newsom, Williston. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Watson, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Dorsett, Sumner. 
District No. 3 — L. C. Reddick, Williston. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 7 — James M. English, Williston. 
District No. 14 — Louis O. Neeld, Inglis. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 7 — P. L. Wiggins, Williston. 
District No. 13 — J. V. Home, Sr., Chiefland. 
District No. 14 — Hoyt P. Cannon, Inglis. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Glover McDonell, Williston; term expired October 25, 1939. 

LIBERTY 

COUNTY SEAT — BRISTOL 

County Judge — Robert W. Robertson. 

Sheriff — J. M. Phillips. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. G. Larkins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Lonnie L. Ferrell. 

Tax Collector — Mrs. Mary A. Roberts. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Grady Shuler. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. Eva Baker. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — F. C. Phillips, Rock Bluff. 

District No. 2 — J. M. Revells, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — E. L. Fenn, Orange. 

District No. 4 — Troy Sanders, Hosford. 

District No. 5 — A. M. Shuler, Telogia. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Dave Sanders, Hosford. 
District No. 2 — John Shuler, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Nathan Chester, Telogigi. 



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JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — J. Rayburn Peddie, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — ^W. M. Page, Hosford. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — J. Ray Bateman, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — George Roberts, Hosford. 

MADISON 

COUNTY SEAT MADISON 

County Judge — J. R. Kelley. 

Sheriff — Lonnie T. Davis. 

Clerk Circuit Coui-t — D. F. Burnett, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Angus H. Armstrong. 

Tax Collector — E. B. Wilson. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Edwin B. Browning. 

Supervisor Registration — Arthur E. Ragans. 

Prosecuting Attorney — David Lanier. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. A. Blalock, Madison. 
District No. 2 — F. C. Glass, Lee. 
District No. 3 — T. P. McLeod, Sr., Greenville. 
District No. 4 — W. G. Clements, Ebb. 
District No. 5 — J. C. Black, Lee. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Archie B. Lanier, Madison. 
District No. 2— S. E. Whitty, Lee. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Reams, Greenville. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — Janie B. Williamson, Madison. 
District No. 3 — R. Rowe, Lee. 
District No. 5 — Curtis D. Earp, Greenville. 
District No. 7 — L. H. Thurman, Madison. 

CONSTABLES 

District No, 1 — H. J. Wade, Madison, 

District No. 3 — ^B. D. Lamb, Lee. • 

District No. 5 — Micah S. Letchworth, Greenville, 

District No. 7 — Lewis Floyd, Madison, 

MANATEE 
COUNTY SEAT — BRADENTON 

County Judge — S. J. Murphy. 

Sheriff — Clinton James Hutches; deceased, and S. D. Smith com- 



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missioned September 29, 1942, ad interim. Roy F. Baden elected 
and commissioned from November 4, 1942 until January, 1945. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Iveson Lloyd. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Geo. R. Hitchcolk. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James A. Howze. 

Tax Collector — Gilbert E. Johnson. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Miss Jessie P. Miller. 

Supervisor Registration — Lendell Sharer. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. Alden Gillet, Parrish. 
District No. 2— J. P. Harllee, Sr., Palmetto. 
District No. 3 — John T. Knight, Bradenton. 
District No. 4 — R. R. Roadman, Samoset. 
District No. 5— J. E. McLeod, Myakka City. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— O. C. McLean, Palmetto; resigned June 4, 1941, 
and R. H. Piine, Terra Ceia, commissioned June 20, 1941, ad interim. 
Resigned September 17, 1942. 

District No. 2 — A. K. Hawkins, Bradenton. 

District No. 3— J. W. Walker, Manatee. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — C. L. Baker, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — J. A. Cheatham, Bradenton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — A. L. Redmon, Palmetto. 

District No. 6 — Dermott Rodman Brown, Bradenton; suspended 
May 30, 1942. 
District No. 11 — J. A. Hendry, Parrish. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

District No. 4 — J. Henry Buttram, Palmetto; term expired May 
9, 1941. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — Finas E. Whiddon, Parrish; resigned September 
17, 1941, and Ralph McLeod commissioned November 5, 1941, for 
four years. 

District No. 1 — Jasper Youngblood, Parrish; term expired October 
5, 1940. 

District No. 3 — C. H. Tatum, Myakka City; term expired July 4, 
1939; resigned September 14, 1942, and Geo. Gill, Myakka, com- 
missioned October 6, 1942 until November 4, 1945. 



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District No. 4 — Leland Wilkins, Ft. Green; term expired May 8, 
1942, and S. A. Chancey, Bradenton, commissioned October 9, 1942 
until May 6, 1946. 

District No. 8 — S. E. Harrison, Myakka; term expired May 23, 
1941. 

MUNICIPAL TAX ADJUSTMENT BOARD OF 
CITY OP BRADENTON 

W. D. Sheppard, Bradenton; commissioned July 5, 1937 in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Chapter 18443, Acts of 1937. 

A. H. Chapman, Bradenton, commissioned July 15, 1937, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Chapter 18443, Acts of 1937. 

N. C. Gainey, Bradenton, commissioned February 16, 1933, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Chapter 18443, Acts of 1937. 

TREASURER OF CITY OF VERNA 

Edw. C. Rice, Bradenton, commissioned July 29, 1931, for four 
years. 

MARION 
COUNTY SEAT — OCALA 

County Judge — D. R. Smith. 

Sheriff — Gordon Moorhead. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Carlyle Ausley. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. E. Thomas; deceased, and Annie S. 
Thomas commissioned August 22, 1941, ad interim. Term expired 
and Ernest C. Nott elected and commissioned until January, 1945. 

Tax Collector — L. E. Bracken. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — N. Broward Lovell. 

County Surveyor — J. J. Morehead. 

Supervisor Registration — Nevin C. Perkins. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. Bruce Meffert, Ocala. 
District No. 2 — Charles E. Hood, Dunnellon. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Piatt, Summerfield. 
District No. 4 — W. Clarence White, Oklawaha. 
District No. 5 — J. M. Smith, Reddick. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Colin Lindsey, Ocala. 

District No. 2 — C. R. Veal, Ocala. 

District No. 3 — William C. Henderson, Oklawaha, Rt. 1. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — D. L. McLeod, Ocala. 
District No. 2 — D. S. Cromartie, Reddick. 
District No. 24 — R. E. Nail, Dunnellon. 



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CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — D. R. Lyles, Citra. 
District No. 2 — W. E. McCarley, Boardman. 
District No. 24 — D. Q. Warren, Dunnellon. 
District No. 11 — J. A. Hendry, Parrish. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. Alyce McPherson, Ocala; term expires May 9, 1945. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — H. C. Nichols, Ocala; term expires September 13. 
1943. 
District No. 24 — C. W. Wells, Dunnellon; term expires July 4, 1943. 

MARTIN 

COUNTY SEAT — STUART 

County Judge — Arthur R. Clonts. 

Sheriff — C. E. Christensen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. R. Pomeroy. 

Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Courson. 

Tax Collector — L. C. Kickliter. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — J. A. Jamison. 

Supervisor Registration — J. P. Blakeslee. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. A. Palmer, Jensen. 
District No. 2 — O. D. Quinlivan, Stuart. 
District No. 3 — A. E. Sims, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — R. L. Wall, Palm City. 
District No. 5 — Ralph I. Hamrick, Indiantown. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. B. Tilton, Jensen. 
District No. 2 — J. D. Parker, Stuart. 
District No. 3 — O. D. Hataway, Indiantown. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Stanley Kitchen, Stuart; term expires January, 1945. 

MEMBERS JENSEN ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT 

J. L. Decker, Stuart; term expires January, 1947. 
J. H. Whitfield, Salerno; term expires January, 1947. 
W. B. Tilton, Jensen; term expires January, 1945. 



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MEMBERS MARTIN COUNTY ANTI MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

Valentine C. Bartlee, Hobe Sound; term expires January, 1945. 

John Q. MacDonald, Stuart; term expires January, 1945; resigned 
February 6, 1942, and L. D. McEIfresh, Jensen, commissioned 
June 8, 1942; term expired. Elected and commissioned until Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

Charles J. Wynne, Stuart; term expires January, 1945; resigned 
May 25, 1942, and Edward A. Menninger, Stuart, commissioned 
June 5, 1942, ad interim. Term expired. Elected and commissioned 
until January, 1947. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — Karl J. Krueger, Stuart. 
District No. 4 — H. F. Shepherd, Indiantown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — T. F. Gardner, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — C. H. Waldron, Indiantown. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 

(.Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

MEMBER EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

O. D. Hataway, Indiantown, commissioned August 10, 1939, until 
next Senate. 

INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 5 — D. W. Rowell, Indiantown; term expires August 
15, 1943. 
J, Lynn Harrison, Myakka City; term expires October 6, 1945. 

MONROE 

COUNTY SEAT KEY WEST 

County Judge — Raymond R. Lord. 

Sheriff — Berlin A. Sawyer. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ross C. Sawyer. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Harry Dongo. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Juliette Russell. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude A. Gondolfo. 

Tax Collector — Joe C. McMahon; deceased, and Fi-ank H. Ladd 
commissioned December 20, 1941, ad interim. Term expired. 
Elected and commissioned until January, 1945. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Melvin C. Russell. 

Supervisor Registration — John England. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edurado C. Gomez, Key West. 
District No. 2 — J. Frank Roberts, Key West; deceased, and Earn- 
est Ramsey, Key West, commissioned March 17, 1941, ad interim. 



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District No. 3— Carl Bervaldi, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Norberg Thompson. Key West. 
District No. 5 — R. W. Craig, Craig; resigned July 28, 1942, and 
Allen Parrish commissioned August 31, 1942, ad interim. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clarence H. Pierce, Key West; deceased, and 
Jennie Curtis Pierce commissioned July 29, 1942, ad interim. 
District No. 2 — Allan B. Cleare, Key West. 
District No. 3 — J. Carlyle Roberts, Key West. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Prank Arenberg, Key West; deceased, and Ira P. 
Albury commissioned May 13, 1942, ad interim. Granted military 
leave August 3, 1942, and Paul Boysen, Key West, commissioned 
August 31, 1942 as Acting Justice of the Peace during the term 
of active service of Ira P. Albury; term expired and Raul A. Car- 
bonell, Key West, elected and commissioned until January, 1945. 

District No. 2 — Enrique Esquinaldo, Jr., Key West. 

District No. 3 — E. R. Lowe, Tavenier. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Ray El wood. Key West. 
District No. 3 — Wm. J. Albury, Tavanier. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. Isabelle Pleming, Key West, commissioned September 2, 
1941, until March 3, 1945. 

MEMBERS FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT COMMISSION 

Earl Adams, Key West; term expired March 15, 1942, 
William Ai-nold, Key West; term expired March 21, 1942. 
William T. Doughtry, Key West; term expired March 21, 1942. 

MEMBERS OVERSEAS ROAD AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT 

P. H. Arthur, Key West, commissioned July 17, 1942, until June 
10, 1945. 

James E. Stowers, Key West, commissioned July 7, 1942, until July 
6, 1945. 

William M. Albury, Key West, commissioned August 30, 1941, until 
July 10, 1945. 

Benj. D. Trevor, Key West, commissioned September 2, 1941, 
until July 8, 1945. 

Maximo Valdez, Key West, commissioned June 15, 1942, until 
July 8, 1945; resigned September 14, 1942. 

MEMBER EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Thomas S. Caro, Key West, commissioned August 24, 1939, until 
next Senate; resigned July 23, 1942. 



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HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Stephen Cochran Singleton, Key West; term expired February 
6, 1942. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Paul Archer, Key West; term expires next Senate. 
Warren Sawyer, Key West; term expires next Senate. 
Harry M. Baker, Key West; term expires next Senate. 
Thomas Moore, Key West; term expires next Senate. 
Edward H. Gato, Key West; term expires next Senate. 

CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Judge — Wm. V. Albury, Key West; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 7, 1937, until May 6, 1943. 

Solicitor — Allen B. Cleare, Key West; confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 24, 1935. until May 6, 1943. 

NASSAU 

COUNTY SEAT FERNANDINA 

County Judge — H. V. Burgess. 

Sheriff— H. J. Youngblood. 

Clerk Circuit Court — T. W. Brown. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. H. Swearingen. 

Tax Collector — Louis A. Klarer. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — N. J. Wooten. 

Supervisor Registration — Myrtle R. Winton. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John T. Ferreira, Fernandina. 

District No. 2 — Kelly K. Wilds, Fernandina; deceased, and J. 
Barton Haddock, Fernandina, commissioned July 22, 1942, ad 
interim. 

District No. 3 — John H. Goodbread, Yulee. 

District No. 4 — A. E. Wade, Fernandina. 

District No. 5 — Pasco Jones, Callahan. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — O. R. Sanders, Fernandina. 
District No. 2 — G. E. Hodges, Fernandina. 
District No. 3 — Lon H. Higginbotham, Fernandina. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — Herbert Wm. Fishier Fernandina; resigned No- 
vember 18, 1942. 

District No. 6 — I. T. Blake, Hilliard. 
District No. 5 — W. P. Mears, Callahan. 



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CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — T. H. Peeples, Fernandina. 

District No. 3 — Wm. J. Albury, Tavenier. 

District No. 5 — A. B. Jones, Callahan. 

District No. 6 — John E. McGlew, Hilliard. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FERNANDINA PORT AUTHORITY 

J. C. Bennett, Fernandina, commissioned July 25, 1941, ad interim. 
H. D. Johnson, Fernandina, commissioned July 28, 1941, ad interim. 
P. E. Stapleton, Fernandina, commissioned July 28, 1941, ad 
interim. 

D. W. McArthur, Jr., Fernandina, commissioned July 31, 1941, ad 
interim. Term expired. 

A. O. Bailey, Fernandina, commissioned August 1, 1941, ad 
interim. 

J. C. Bennett, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

H. D. Johnson, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

P. E. Stapleton, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

W. M. Russell, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

A. O. Bailey, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

MEMBERS NASSAU COUNTY HOSPITAL 

(Elective) 
J. C. Laviere, Fernandina; term expires January, 1945. 
Edwin R. Hood, Fernandina; term expires January, 1947. 
Mrs. Robert Mathias, Hilliard; term expires January, 1947. 
V. C. Stilwell, Yulee; term expires January, 1945. 
Mrs. T. B. Wells, Jr., Callahan; term expires January, 1945. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

E. R. Hopkins, Fernandina; term expires July 7, 1946. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
W. J. Davis, Fernandina; commissioned March 17, 1941 until 
next Senate. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

John T. Ferreira, Fernandina; confirmed by the Senate and re- 
commissioned February 19, 1942 for four years from September 
27, 1941. 



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Walter J. Courtner, Pernandina; confirmed by the Senate and 
re-commissioned February 18, 1942 for four years from September 
27, 1941. 

Samuel R. Merrow, Ferriandina; confirmed by the Senate and re- 
commissioned February 19, 1942 for four years from September 
27, 1941. 

John R. Mann, Fernandina; appointed and confirmed by the 
Senate but failed to qualify. 

H. F. Sahlman, Fernandina, appointed and confirmed by the 
Senate but failed to qualify. 

OKALOOSA 

COUNTY SEAT — CRESTVIEW 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Osburn. 

Sheriff — H. I. (Isle) Enzor. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leron T. Rice. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Vaughan. 

Tax Collector — Cortez Campbell. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — John P. Campbell. 

Supervisor Registration — Ingram Helms. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Lance C. Fountain, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 2 — H. L. Hilton, Baker. 
District No. 3 — John W. Kennedy, Crestview. 
District No. 4 — Lunnie Barnes, Baker. 
District No. 5 — Walter Spence, Niceville. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Will J. Craig, Milligan. 
District No. 2 — A. J. Martin, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3 — O. M. (Pete) Early, Ft. Walton. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. J. Coon, Jr., Laurel Hill; resigned July 8. 1941. 
District No. 2 — Jessie J. Cayson, Crestview. 
District No. 6 — Thomas J. Rogers, Fort Walton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Walter W. Sanders, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3 — E. E. Whiddon, Crestview. 
District No. 6 — O. L. Bengtson, Fort Walton. 

OKEECHOBEE 

COUNTY SEAT — OKEECHOBEE 

County Judge — T. W. Conley, Jr. 
Sheriff — L. L. Conrad. 



168 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Circuit Court — Roy R. Raulerson, 

Prosecuting Attorney — Paul Wongrey; granted military leave May 
9, 1942. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Robert La Martin. 

Tax Collector — Mi's. Bessie Alderman. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — H. H. Hancock. 

Supervisor Registration — W. B. Hargraves. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. T. Phelps, Okeechobee. 
District No. 2 — C. F. Walker, Okeechobee. 
District No. 3 — Ernest Hilliard, Okeechobee. 
District No. 4 — Edgar J. Wilson, Okeechobee. 
District No. 5 — R. E. (Eddy) Bass, Okeechobee. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. H. Harden, Okeechobee. 
District No. 2 — W. D. Coker, Okeechobee. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Thomas, Okeechobee. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

John W. Barber, Okeechobee; term expired October 11, 1931. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — John L. Bronson, Kissimmee; term expires May 
12, 1944. 

District No. 2 — James Durrance, Bassenger; term expires No- 
vember 5, 1943. 

District No. 3 — W. E. Arnold, Okeechobee; term expired June 9, 
1939. 

District No. 4 — J. S. Underhill, Okeechobee; term expired No- 
vember 19, 1941. 

District No. 5 — G. T. Powell, Okeechobee; term expired November 
16, 1939; deceased, Lavi^rence Addison, Okeechobee, term expires 
February 23, 1944. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirviation) 
District No. 2 — Alto Watford, Okeechobee; term expires next 
Senate. 

ORANGE 

COUNTY SEAT — ORLANDO 

County Judge — Victor Hutchins; resigned May 13, 1942, and John 
G. Baker commissioned May 16, 1941, ad interim. Elected and 
re-commissioned until January, 1945. 



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Sheriff— Jim Black. ^ tl 

Clerk Circuit Court — Clarence M. Gay. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record- — R. T. Overstreet. 

Judge Juvenile Court (Acting) — Mattie H. Farmer. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Jim Burden. 

Tax Collector — Carl J. Jackson. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Judson B. Walker. 

County Surveyor — A. B. Herndon. 

Supervisor Registration — R. T. Tucker. 

COtTNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. Rolfe Davis, Orlando. 

District No. 2 — Henry W. Land, Tangarine; granted military leave 
June 1, 1942, and Gillen McClure commissioned August 10, 1942, 
during the term of active military service of Henry W. Land. 

District No. 3 — J. R. Carpenter, Winter Garden. 

District No. 4 — J. K. Barber, Orlando. 

District No. 5 — Edgar C. Bass, Christmas. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Roscoe Holbrook, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Julian E. Sadler, Oakland. 
District No. 3 — Ira J. Johnston, Winter Park. 

MEMBERS BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — J. Thomas Gurney, Orlando; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1947. 

District No. 2 — R. T. Carlton, Orlando; term expires January, 
1945. 

District No. 3 — Phil C. Peters, Orlando; term expires January, 
1947. 

District No. 4 — G. Clarence Ziegler, Pine Castle; term expires 
January, 1945. 

District No. 5 — W. R. Rosenfelt, Orlando; term expires January, 
1947. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. G. Duckworth, Orlando. 

District No. 2 — J. O. Buck, Apopka. 

District No. 3 — J. W. Robertson, Winter Garden; deceased, and 
J. B. Rodgers, Winter Garden, commissioned August 28, 1941, ad 
interim. Term expired and Morgan G. Howard elected and com- 
missioned until January, 1945. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Joe E. Brown, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Fred L. Risener, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — Clifford A. Davis, Ocoee. 



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APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Walter E. Godbold, Orlando; term expires June 30, 1943; resigned 
October 12, 1942, and C. L. Farris, Orlando, commissioned October 
15, 1942, until July 1, 1943. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — E. L. Yates, Orlando; term expires April 9, 1944. 

District No. 2 — E. B. King, Apopka; term expired November 22, 
1939. 

District No. 4 — J. W. Tyson, Narcoosa; term expires November 2, 
1944; resigned June 26, 1942. 

District No. 4 — F. C. Johns, Pinecastle; term expires April 25, 
1944; resigned July 15, 1942. 

JUDGE JUVENILE COURT 

James E. Dieffenworth, Orlando, commissioned January 7, 1941 
for four years. 

CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — W. M. Murphy, Orlando; term expires July 25, 1943. 
Solicitor — O. Raymond EUars, Orlando; term expires July 25, 1943. 

OSCEOLA 

COUNTY SEAT — KISSIMMEE 

County Judge — J. F. Robinson. 

Sheriff — Young Tindall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. L. Overstreet. 

Prosecuting Attorney — O. Preston Johnson; granted military leave 
June 8, 1942; resigned July 9, 1942, and Jay Johnson commissioned 
July 9, 1942, ad interim. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Glenn Ray. 

Tax Collector — C. L. Bandy. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Sam Brammar. 

County Surveyor — Joe E. Johnston. 

Supervisor Registration — Iris Partin Donegan, Sigler; elected and 
commissioned imtil January, 1945. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. O. Lanier, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — LeRoy Bass, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — W. J. (Bill) Thm-ber, Kissimmee. 
District No. 4 — Hardy Simmons, St. Cloud. 
District No. 5 — Mack Weaver, Kenansville. 



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MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — William C. Carter, Kissimmee; resigned Feb. 20, 
1942 and H. R. May commissioned April 6, 1942, ad interim. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Yates, Kissimmee. 
District NO. 3 — Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — Charles E. Guffin, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2 — Jay Johnston, St. Cloud; resigned June 18, 1942 
and James E. Mozley, St. Cloud, commissioned July 6, 1942, ad 
interim. Elected and commissioned until January, 1945. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. P. Prevatt, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2 — William P. Koch, St. Cloud; resigned June 27, 
1941 and W. C. Mayberry commissioned July 10, 1941, ad interim. 
Term expired and Russell Dieffendorf elected and commissioned 
until January, 1945. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — W. H. Mann, St. Cloud; term expires March 21. 
1942. 

District No. 1 — Emory Tyner, Kissimmee; term expires May 12, 
1944; resigned July 22, 1941 and John L. Bronson, Kissimmee, com- 
missioned November 9, 1941, until May 12, 1944. 

District No. 3 — Maynard Sullivan, Deer Park, commissioned July 
1, 1942 for four years. 

PALM BEACH 

COUNTY SEAT — WEST PALM BEACH 

County Judge — Richard P. Robbins. 

Sheriff — L. R. Baker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Arnette. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — J. Louie Carter. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James M. Owens, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Stetson O. Sproul. 

Coimty Superintendent Public Instruction — John I. Leonard. 

Supervisor Registration — J. L. Grier. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A, A. Poston, Lake Park. 

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. 



172 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD 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. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Donald H. Conkling, West Palm Beach; term expires January, 
1947. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — C. E. Chevalier, Riviera. 
District No. 3 — T. M. Rickards, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 4 — W. F. Reidel, Lake Worth. 
District No. 6 — W. E. Wilcox, Delray B3ach. 
District No. 7 — W. J. Larrimore, Pahckee. 
District No. 8— Geo. E. Tedder, Bslle Glade. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — H. B. Savage, Riviera. 

District No. 3 — Bob Egnor, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — Louis Carroll, Lake Worth; granted military leave 
September 2, 1942, and Max Holley commissioned October 16, 1942 
during term of active military service of Louis Carroll. 

District No. 6 — Frank Wilson Stanley, Delray Beach. 

District No. 7 — Francis Cross, Canal Point. 

District No. 8 — John Kirk, Belle Glade. 

MEMBER JUPITER INLET DISTRICT 

John R. Dubois, Jupiter; term expires January, 1945. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

R. T. Boozer, West Palm Beach; term expires November 4, 1942, 
and Nellie F. Smith, West Palm Beach, commissioned February 
6, 1942, until November 4, 1945. 

ASSISTANT PROBATION OFFICER 

Irene Ballard, West Palm Beach; term expires October 4, 1943. 

INSPrCTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

W. J. Larrimore, Palokee; term expired January 23, 1941. 

WESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

R. L. Sam Chastain, Canal Point; term expires February 11, 1944. 
G. R. Townsend, Belle Glade; term expires February 4, 1944. 
John Dulaney, Pahokee; term expires February 25, 1943. 
Mrs. Ruth S. Wedgworth, Chosen; term expires February 27, 1943. 
George M. Meade, Palm Beach; term expired May 7, 1941. Re-com- 
missioned June 1, 1942, until March 7, 1944. 



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J. O. Darden, Belle Glade; term expires March 13, 1943. 
T. N. Youngblood, Pahokee; term expired April 21, 1942. 
Roy Greene, Belle Glade; term expired April 21, 1942. 
Joe Wood, Lake Harbor; term expired June 17, 1942. 
W. P. Hill, Belle Glade; term expires April 21, 1945. 
Mrs. L. L. Stuckey, Pahokee; term expires April 21, 1945. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Bob Grice, West Palm Beach; term expires June 28, 1943; granted 
military leave October 12, 1942, and Riley McClain, West Palm 
Beach, commissioned October 28, 1942 during the term of active 
service of Bob Grice. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
H. C. Richardson, West Palm Beach; term expires Senate 1943. 
Geo. Woodward, West Palm Beach; term expires Senate 1943. 
Jack R. Butler, West Palm Beach; term expires Senate 1943. 
C. D. Reese, Palm Bsach; term expires Senate 1943. 
Willis Sherrill, Palm Beach; term expires Senate 1943. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
J, F. Colson, Pahokee; term expires next Senate. 

CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Judge — John L. Moore, West Palm Beach; term expires January, 
1946. 

Solicitor — W. E. Roebuck, West Palm Beach; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1946. 

Clerk — J. Louie Carter; term expires January, 1947. 

PASCO 

COUNTY SEAT — DADE CITY 

County Judge — O. L. Dayton, Jr. 

Sheriff — F. L. (Leslie) Bassenger. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. J. Burnside. 

Prosecuting Attorney — J. Don Geiger. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Ed Bryant. 

Tax Collector — H. Gresham Batchelor. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Walter C. Craig. 

County Surveyor — A. E. Taylor. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. Dove C. Falls. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Stanley Cochrane, Dade City. 
District No. 2 — J. J. Gaskins, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3 — W. C. Law, Lutz. 
District No. 4 — A. H. Schrader, San Antonio. 
District No. 5 — W. J. Baillie, New Pork Richey. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC II^STRUCTION 

District No. 1 — James F. Croley, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — D. A. Storms. Zephyrhills; resigned November 25, 
1942. 
District No. 3 — R. D. Stephenson, New Pork Richey. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. Leroy Smith, Dade City; deceased, and E. R. 
Washington commissioned June 17, 1941, ad interim. Resigned 
January 19, 1942 and T. H. Getzen, Dade City, commissioned Jan- 
uary 29, 1942, ad interim. Elected and commissioned until January. 
1945. 

District No. 2 — John G. Snell, New Port Richey; resigned De- 
cember 16, 1942. 

District No. 3 — Chas. Jensen, Lacoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. S. McMillan, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — Joseph J. Fraddosio, New Port Richey; granted 
military leave and Henry E. Heinkel, Hudson, commissioned Decem- 
ber 18, 1942, during term of active service of Joseph J. Fraddosio. 

District No. 3 — Roscoe Osbron, Lacoochee. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — W. B. Madill. Dade City; term expired July 13. 
1942. 

District No. 2 — MuiTay Thomas, Zephyrhills; term expired Oc- 
tober 15, 1939. 

District No. 5 — John G. Shell. New Port Richey; term expired 
July 1, 1941. 

PINELLAS 

COUNTY SEAT — CLEARWATER ^ 

County Judge — Jack F. White. 

Sheriff — Todd Tucker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ray E. Green. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Major L. Perry. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John Dickinson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Chas. A. Wilcox. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ll5 

Tax Collector — J. B. Starkey. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — C. V. Fugitt. 

Supervisor Registration — W. C. Reid. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. Orville Harris, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — W. H. Belcher, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 3 — John Chestnut, Clearwater. 

District No. 4 — Wm. J. Christie, Dunedin; resigned March 27, 
1941, and Frank G. Merrin, Dunedin, commissioned March 29, 1941, 
ad interim. 

District No. 5 — E. H. Beckett, Tarpon Springs. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — S. R. Mcintosh, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Chas. H. Teeter, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — E. Pasco Morris, Tarpon Springs. 

MEMBERS PINELLAS COUNTY ANTI MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Carl G. Robinson, Ozona; term expires January, 1943. 

Henry Rogers, St. Petersburg; term expires January, 1943. 

R. P. Templeton, St. Petersburg; term expires January, 1943. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — John T. Fisher, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — R. L. Baker, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — Geo. C. Woodell, Clearwater. 
District No. 4 — J. S. Register, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 5 — Joe E. Carpenter, St. Petersburg. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Victor Bradford, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — Cyrus Lowery, Clearwater. 

District No. 3 — Percy P. Vasbinder, Clearwater. 

District No. 4 — Rufus S. Carey, Tarpon Springs. 

District No. 5 — Sid M. Saunders, St. Petersbui'g. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Albert L. Rogers, Clearwater; term expires December 16. 1943. 

MEMBERS GULP BEACH SANITARY DISTRICT 

Ralph M. Lovejoy, St. Petersburg, commissioned October 9, 1941 
for two years. 

R. H. Smith, St. Petersburg, commissioned October 9, 1941, for 
four years. 

Geo. D. Reuer, Treasure Island, commissioned October 6, 1941, 
for four years. 



176 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Geo. Coit, St. Petersburg, commissioned October 4, 1941, for two 
years. 

Mary Tracy, Pass-a-Grille, commissioned October 25. 1941, for 
two years. 

JUDGE JUVENILE COURT 

Major L. Perry, St. Petersburg; term expired June 8, 1941; 
resigned November 1, 1941, and C. E. Ware, Clearwater, commis- 
sioned November 1. 1941, until June 7, 1943. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Geo. L. Roberts, St. Petersburg; term expired February 14, 1941. 

POLK 

COUNTY SEAT — BARTOW 

County Judge — C. M. Wiggins. 

Sheriff — DeWitt Sinclair. 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. H. Sloan, Jr. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — B. L. Durrance. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John B. White. 

Tax Collector — Ray C. Clements; granted military leave October 
1, 1942, and Byron Durrance commissioned as Acting Tax Collector 
November 5, 1942 during the active military service of Ray Clements. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Francis Elbridge 
Brighan. 

County Surveyor — W. Lacy Boyd. 

Supervisor Registration — Hugh E. Carlton. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy P. Gladney, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Chas. F. Adler, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3 — M. M. Ebert, Lake Wales. 
District No. 4 — James W. Foley, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — John D. Fi'eer, Lakeland. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 

District No. 2^Hugh M. "Wear, Bartow. 

District No. 3 — Walter W. Woolfolk, Lake Wales; resigned June 
7, 1941, and F. G. Garner, Winter Haven, commissioned July 10, 
1941, ad interim. 

District No. 4 — R. L. (Bob) Smith, Haines City. 

District No. 5 — R. C. (Bob) Edmiston, Lakeland. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. B. White, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — P. W. Vaught, Frostproof. 



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District No. 3 — Solon G. Wilson, Bartow. 
District No. 4 — E. R. Craig, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — J. R. Clements, Lakeland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — S. E. McNeal, Mulberry. 

District No. 2 — T. H. Keen, Frostproof. 

District No. 3 — J. Hays Wilson, Lake Wales. 

District No. 4 — Roy L. Shepard, Winter Haven; resigned April 
1, 1942, and E. M. Norris, Winter Haven, commissioned April 2, 
1942, ad interim. 

District No. 5 — Kenneth T. Barfleld, Lakeland. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

C. A. Boswell, Bartow; term expired July 7, 1941, and Claude 
M. Harden, Lakeland, commissioned October 5, 1942, until July 
7, 1945. 

ASSOCIATE PROBATION OFFICER 

Mary Bennett, Bartow; term expires August 10, 1943. 

JUVENILE COURT 

Judge — Wm. F. Bevis, Bartow, commissioned September 28, 1942, 
until October 1, 1948. 

MEMBERS POLK COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
E. H. Dudley, Mulberry; term expired June 17, 1942. 
T. K. Crumb, Lakeland; term expires June 17, 1943. 
Fred W. Pope, Lakeland; term expires June 17, 1944. 
L. W. Riggins, Mulberry; term expired June 17, 1941. 
T. S. Trantham, Lakeland; term expired July 17, 1941; deceased. 

CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Judge — Robert T. Dewell, Haines City; term expires August 7. 
1943. 

Solicitor — Gunter Stephenson, Winter Haven; term expires August 
4, 1943. 

MEMBERS FOLK COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

W. G. Overstreet, Mulberry; term expired August 22, 1942, and 
R. H. Clark commissioned August 28, 1942, until August 23, 1946. 

B. G. Mayo, Ft. Meade; term expires September 21, 1944; de- 
ceased, and E. M. Mitchell, Ft. Meade, commissioned August 21. 
1942, until September 21. 1944. 

R. H. Weaver, Winter Haven; term expires September 26, 1944. 

E. L. McLean, Winter Haven; term expired September 21, 1941; 
re-commissioned August 21, 1942, until September 21, 1945. 



178 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

C. V. McClurg, Lakeland; term expired January 23, 1942; resigned 
February 19, 1940, and William H. Klem, Lakeland, commissioned 
June 20, 1940, until January 23, 1942; term expired and E. E. Kelley, 
Lakeland, commissioned August 21, 1942, imtil January 23, 1946. 

PUTNAM 

COUNTY SEAT — PALATKA 

County Judge — Causey S. Green. 

Sheriff — Carlyle Hayes. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. A. Williams, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Louis Tenney. 

Tax Collector — Randall Wells. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — L. S. Barstow. 

Supervisor Registration — Miss Jessie Tinsley. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. P. DeWolf, Crescent City; resigned June 13. 
1942, and Alfred Young commissioned June 25, 1942, ad interim. 
District No. 2 — ^J. A. Ginn, Palatka. 
District No. 3 — ^P. B. Williams, East Palatka. 
District No. 4 — A. E. Burney, Bostwick. 
District No. 5 — L. P. Strickland, Interlachen. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. J. Baker, Satsuma. 

District No. 2 — Wendell Holmes Beasley, Palatka. 

District No. 3 — Lawrence L. Ridaught, Johnson. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES 

District No. 1 — Silas J. Motes, Palatka; term expires January, 
1947. 

District No. 2 — C. E. Currie, San Mateo; term expires January, 
1945; deceased, and C. H. Price, Palatka, commissioned April 9, 
1941, ad interim. Elected and commissioned until January, 1945. 

District No. 3 — Samuel Sanborn Jones, Crescent City; term ex- 
pires January, 1945. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — Gerald M. Braddock, Crescent City, commissioned 
March 21, 1942, ad interim. 

District No. 8 — John D. Hodge, Palatka. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Al. G. Dompe, Crescent City, commissioned April 
6, 1942, ad interim. 
District No. 8 — C. M. Livingston, Palatka. 



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ST. JOHNS 

COUNTY SEAT — ST. AUGUSTINE 

County Judge — Chas. C. Mathis, Jr.; granted military leave 
February 12, 1942; resigned August 18, 1942, and Bertram C. Mickler, 
St. Augustine, commissioned March 20, 1942, ad interim. Term ex- 
pired and Raymond Carroll elected and commissioned until Jan- 
uary, 1945. 

Sheriff— Jurant T. Shepherd. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hiram H. Faver. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. R. Hellier; deceased, and Aline G. 
Hellier, St. Augustine, commissioned February 4, 1942, ad interim. 
Term expired and Joseph L. Dunne elected and commissioned until 
January, 1945. 

Tax Collector — S. C. Middleton. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — D. D. Corbitt. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. T. F. Elzey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herbert Wilson, Sampson. 

District No. 2 — Harry B. Hersey, St. Augustine. 

District No. 3 — H. H. Bailey, Hastings. 

District No. 4 — G. R. Wiles, St. Augustine. 

District No. 5 — H. K. Jackson, St. Augustine. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. B. Hunt, St. Augustine. 
District No. 2 — Evelyn Hamblen, St. Augustine. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Beach. St. Augustine. 

MEMBER ST. AUGUSTINE PORT AUTHORITY AND WATERWAYS BEACH 

DISTRICT 

J. B. Dodd, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1947. 
Frank F. Harold, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1947. 
John D. Thompson, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1947. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

A. M. Taylor, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1945; deceased, 
and G. S. Smith, St. Augustine, commissioned August 30, 1942. -until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1945. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 9 — Joseph L. Dunne, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — W. R. Byrd, Hastings. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 9 — J. E. Pacetti, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — H. A. Green, Hastings. 



180 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICEK 

Mary Groh, St. Augustine; term expired October 8, 1942. Term 
expired and re-commissioned Nov. 5, 1942 until October 8, 1946. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation} 
Chester E. Benet, St. Augustine; term expires next Senate. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

W. M. Thomas, St. Augustine, commissioned and confirmed by 
the Senate June 6, 1941 until June 29, 1945. 

ft 

Lester Bernstein, St. Augustine, commissioned June 10, 1941 until 
next Senate. 

R. D. Harris, St. Augustine, commissioned July 10, 1941 until next 
Senate. 

Dennis Solano, St. Augustine, commissioned and confirmed by 
the Senate June 16, 1941 until June 29, 1945. 

ST. LUCIE 

COUNTY SEAT FT. PIERCE 

County Judge — Flem C. Dame. 

Sheriff — B. A. Brown. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. R. Lott. 

Prosecuting Attorney — A. C. Simmons. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. R. Pierce. 

Tax Collector — Orris Nobles. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — N. H. BuUard. 

Supervisor Registration — Edward A. Whelan. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jimmie Barry, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2— H. E. Center, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 3 — J. R. Merritt, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 4 — Lane H. Jennings, Walton. 
District No. 5 — Dewey Wilcox, Indrio. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Vassar, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2 — B. Arnold, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 3 — F. H. Conrad, Ft. Pierce. 

MEMBERS FT. PIERCE PORT DISTRICT 

J. K. Walker, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1947. 
H. F. Staunton, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1947. 
R. R. Kerr, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1943. 



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MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

W. H. (Bill) Reed, Ft. Pierce; term expires January, 1947. 

ST. LUCIE SANITARY DISTRICT 

W. I. Fee, Ft. Pierce; term expired January, 1941. 

Ruhl Kobelgard, Ft. Pierce; term expired January, 1941. 

J. A. Martel, Ft. Pierce; term expired January, 1941; resigned 
October 28, 1941 and Tobe Hayes, Ft. Pierce commissioned January 
13, 1942, ad interim. 

ST. LUCIE INLET DISTRICT AND PO?.T AUTHORITY 

Bruce G. Butler, Hollywood; term expired January, 1941. 
H. G. LaBree, Danie; term expired January, 1941. 
W. B. Strickland, Ft. Lauderdale; term expired January, 1941; 
deceased. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — A. C. Brown, Ft. Pierce. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Robert W. Lennard, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2 — H. O. Forsyth, Ft. Pierce. 

MEMBERS JENSEN ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT 

J. L. Decker, Stuart; term expires January, 1943. 
J. H. Whitfield, Salerno; term expires January, 1943. 
W. B. Tilton, Jensen; term expires January, 1945. 
R. H. Escott, Jensen; term expires January, 1947. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Henry Hazelief, Okeechobee; term expires next Senate. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

B. E. Alderman, Ft. Pierce; term expired July 18, 1939. 
SANTA ROSA 

COUNTY SEAT — MILTON 

County Judge — A. L. Johnson. 

Sheriff— JohH T. Allen. \1^l / -^^^<^t.^ 

Clerk Circuit Court — G. H. Leonard. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Eugene Glover. 

Tax Collector — Earl L. Lewis. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — M, B. Goss. 

County Surveyor — R. G. Payne. 

Supervisor Registration — R. Glenn Gibson. 



182 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. M. Gibson, Bagdad. 
District No. 2 — Otis L. Barnes, Milton. 
District No. 3 — E. M. Fowler, Jay. 
District No. 4 — Hubert Adams, Milton. 
District No. 5 — Bart D. Broxson, Milton. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. D. Hobbs, Bagdad. 
District No. 2 — W. J. McCurdy, Jay. 
District No. 3 — B. M. Helms, Milton. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 3 — J. L, Abbott, Jay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jeff E. Russell, Milton. 
District No. 3 — W. F. Miller, Jay. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
SANTA ROSA COUNTY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY NO. 1 

Joe W. Jernigan, Milton; term expired September 13, 1937. 
L. V. Davis, Bagdad; term expired September 10, 1939. 
O. M, Carter, Bagdad; term expired September 6, 1939. 

SARASOTA 

COUNTY SEAT — SARASOTA 

County Judge — Forrest Chapman. 

Sheriff — B. D. Pearson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. R. Peacock. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Glover E. Ashby. 

Tax Collector — Chas. G. Stromeyer. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — T. W. Yarbrough. 

County Surveyor — Francis C. Cantey. 

Supervisor Registration — W. T, Dixon. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Otis Hovi^ell, Fruitville. 

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, Myakka. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — ^D. C. Elickliter, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — C. Woodburn Matheny, Sarasota. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Helia Moore Crowley, Sarasota. 



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JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — Gordon Higel, Sarasota; inducted into Army July 
7, 1942; granted military leave June 16, 1942. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — Archibald H. Campbell, Sarasota. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. Howard Dial, Sarasota; term expired April 12, 1942. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Districts Nos. 3 & 4 — G. E. Futch, Sarasota; term expires Septem- 
ber 27, 1943. 

Districts Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 — Clyde Selph, Sarasota; term expires 
November 21, 1944; resigned May 9, 1942, and E. B. Sweeting, 
Sarasota, commissioned May 13, 1942 until November 22, 1944. 

Districts Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 — C. L. Keene, Myakka; term expires 
December 18, 1944. 

JURY COMMISSION 

Floyd L. Zeigler, Sarasota, term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1942. 

Arthur E. Esthus, Sarasota; term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1943. 

SEMINOLE 

COUNTY SEAT SANFORD , 

County Judge — R. W. Ware. 

Sheriff — Charles Mooney Hand. 

Clerk Circuit Court — O. P. Herndon. 

Prosecuting Attorney — George A. Speer, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sanford F. Doudney, 

Tax Collector — John D. Jinkins. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — T. W. Lawton. 

Supervisor Registration — W. J. Thigpen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — O. J. Pope, Sanford. 
District No. 2 — F. A. Dyson, Sanford. 
District No. 3 — B. J. Overstreet, Longwood. 
District No. 4 — J. E. Partin, Oviedo. 
District No. 5 — W. G. Kilbee, Geneva. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Fred T. Williams, Sanford. 

District No. 2 — E. T. Haines, Altamonte Springs; deceased, and 
W. B. Ballard commissioned August 5, 1942, ad interim. 



184 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 2 — J. A. Logan, Geneva. 

District No. 3 — Theo Aulin, Oviedo. 

District No. 4 — W. E. Watson, Sanford. 

District No. 6 — Roy Burkholder, Altamonte Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — O. P. Slone, Oviedo; resigned February 26, 1942. 
District No. 4 — R. M. Moye, Sanford. 
District No. 6 — W. A. Lewis, Longwood. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mae Sheafer, Sanford; term expired July 22, 1937. 

SUMTER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUSHNELL 

County Judge — P. B. HowelL 

Slieriff — W. T. Coleman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Roy Caruthers. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Inman Wheeler. 

Tax Collector — Grady Potter. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — G. B. Tompkins. 

Supervisor Registration — S. N. Graham, Sr. 

County Surveyor — None reported. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George C. Perry, Oxford. 
District No, 2 — Culler Mason Brown, Wildwood. 
District No. 3 — J. A. Traylor, Sumterville. 

District No. 4 — Elmo Beville, Bushnell; resigned October 14, 1942, 
and Howard G. Beville commissioned October 23, 1942, ad interim. 
District No. 5—1. C. Hall, Webster. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. D. Bridges, Sr., Wildwood. 
District No. 2 — Chas. Sells, Bushnell. 
District No. 3 — Frances A. Hays, Webster. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 3 — A. M. Barlow, Wildwood. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 3 — Carl Golden, Wildwood; resigned February 6, 
1942, and Rex R. Robinson commissioned February 24, 1942, ad 
interim. Elected and commissioned until January, 1945. 



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SUWANNEE 

COUNTY SEAT LIVE OAK 

County Judge — J. M. Hearn. 

Sheriff — Tom Henry. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. L. McMullen. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Bessie M. Greene. 

Tax Collector — H. H. Hair, Jr. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Perry A. Holmes. 

Supervisor Registration — Button A. Bonnell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — T. T. Law, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — C. B. Warner, Live Oak. 
District No. 3 — J. A. Fortner, Dowling Park. 
District No. 4 — W. M. Hogan, Wellborn. 
District No. 5 — Guilford McCall, O'Brien. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — L. M. Kent, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — M. E. Barber, O'Brien. 
District No. 3 — Enoch S. Palmer, Dowling Park. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. A. Mendelson, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — ^P. L. Hemming, Wellborn. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — F. W. Hosford, Live Oak; granted military leave 
April 20, 1942. 

District No. 2 — Geo. W. Skinner, Wellborn. 
District No. 3 — B. G. Bell, Falmouth. 
District No. 5 — T. A. Crews, Branford. 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY SEAT — PERRY 

County Judge — Byron Butler; resigned March 20, 1942, and Mrs. 
Louise Butler commissioned March 23, 1943, ad interim. Elected 
and commissioned until January, 1945. 

Sheriff — J. H. Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — James R. Jackson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Abner E. Morgan. 

Tax Collector — Alton C. Hendry. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Paul D. Bird. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. Dan Vereen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. H. Vereen, Perry. 
District No. 2 — W. H. Bennett, Perry. 



186 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3 — J. E. Ezell, Perry. 
District No. 4 — G. C. Lewis, Perry. 
District No. 5 — M. A. Lonnie Woods, Perry. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Henry Dorsett, Perry. 
District No. 2 — W. M. Hightower, Perry. 
District No. 3 — W. M. (Bill) Roberts, Perry. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — M. S. Linton, Perry. 

District No. 3 — Jonathan Dukes, Steinhatchee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. E. Wages, Perry. 
District No. 3 — L. L. Lundy, Steinhatchee. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — J. A. Wright, Perry; term expires October 30, 1944. 

District No. 2 — J. B. Carlton, Perry; resigned March 14, 1941. 
and Eli Dorman, Perry, commissioned April 28, 1941. 

District No. 3 — Bill Ezell, Perry; term expired November 24, 1942. 

District No. 4 — W. H. Lewis, Shady Grove; term expires October 
30, 1944. 

District No. 5 — R. M. Stephens, Steinhatchee; term expires Jan- 
uary 3, 1945. 

District No. 5 — Otis Whidden, Perry; term expires January 9, 
1944. 

District No. 5 — R. M. Page, Perry; term expires November 11, 
1944. 

UNION 

COUNTY SEAT — LAKE BUTLER 

County Judge — L. R. Townsend. 

Sheriff— J. E. Dekle. 

Clerk Circuit Court — C. B. Hayes. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Marcus Howard. 

Tax Collector — Ury G. Sapp; deceased, and R. T. Taylor commis- 
sioned August 4, 1941, ad interim. Elected and commissioned until 
January, 1945. 
. County Superintendent Public Instruction — ^Richard Warren. 

Supervisor Registration — Mrs. Dallie O. Epperson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. W. Spiers, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — Orin Reddish, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — J. L. Brown, Lake Butler. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 187 

District No. 4 — E. D. Summers, Providence. 
District No. 5 — David Blackwelder, Lulu. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. J. Dukes, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2— P. K. Knabb, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — W. L. Brown, Worthington. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — John Hunt, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — L. C. Shaw, Lake Butler. 

VOLUSIA 

COUNTY SEAT — DELAND 

County Judge — J. E. Peacock. 

Sheriff — S E Stone; tusp ended-Mary- a, 10 13,- g ad Alex D. Little- 
field commissioned May 4, 1942 pending the suspension of S. E. 
Stone. 

Clerk Circuit Court — I. Walter Hawkins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. Homer Smith. 

Tax Collector — Mrs. Cornelia S. Paul. 

County Superintendent of Public Instruction — Geo. W. Marks. 

County Surveyor — J. C. M. Valentine. 

Supervisor of Registration — O. G. Sage. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ben. D. Thm'sby, Orange City. 
District No. 2 — Peter Gessner, DeLand. 
District No. 3 — J. H. Graham, Seville. 
District No. 4 — Elmer H. Black, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5 — Geo. C. Beck, New Smyrna. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Raymond L. Keith, De Leon Springs. 

District No. 2 — Mildred White Wells, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 3 — E. W. Gautier, New Smyrna; resigned June 1, 
1941, and C. Winston Smith, New Smyrna, commissioned June 10, 
1941, ad interim. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

M. L. Chadwick, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 1947. 

MEMBER EAST VOLUSIA ANTI MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

R. B. Fuller, Ormond Beach; term expires January, 1947. 
J. T. Robinson, Edgewater; term expires January, 1947. 
W. Combs Young, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 1947. 



188 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NEW SMYRNA DISTRICT AND PORT AUTHORITY 

W. P. Wilkinson, New Smyrna; term expired January, 1939. 
W. P. Preer, New Smyrna; term expired January, 1939. 
J. A. Rogers, New Smyrna; term expired January, 1939. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Ralph C. Henson, Daytona Beach, commissioned July 21, 1941 
until July 4, 1945 for Sub District 1. 

Jerome A. Burgman, Daytona Beach, commissioned July 21, 1941 
until June 4, 1945 for Sub District 2. 

J. K. Lawrence, Ormond Beach, commissioned July 21, 1941 until 
June 4, 1945; resigned August 18, 1942. Sub District 3. 

James H. Perkins, Ormond, commissioned October 29, 1942 until 
June 4, 1945. 

W. A. Gilliam, Daytona Beach, commissioned July 21, 1941 until 
June 4, 1945 for Sub. District 4. 

B. M. Beach, Holly Hill, commissioned July 21, 1941 until June 
4, 1945 for Sub. District 4. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS PONCE DE LEON INLET DISTRICT 

John R. DeBerry, New Smyrna; term expires first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 1944. 

J. Hatten Howard, Daytona Beach, term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1944. 

Emory F. Thames, Daytona Beach; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1944. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 4 — Fred Mills, DeLand. 
District No. 5 — J. B. Bradshaw, Pierson. 
District No. 6 — L. R. Scaffe, DeLeon Springs. 
District No. 7 — W. H. Young, Ormond. 
District No. 8 — Chas. L. Beers, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 9 — T. J. Sparkman, Port Orange. 
District No. 10 — L. H. Poorbaugh, New Smyrna Beach. 
District No. 11 — Jas. E. (Jim) Cade, Seville. 
District No. 12 — E. A. Donovan, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 14 — Oscar J. Murray, Orange City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 4 — J. C. Frierson, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — Geo. Y. Moore, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — M. C. Bessinger, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — Cauley S. Whitehurst, Ormond. 

District No. 8 — J. C. Beard, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 9 — John L. Gardner, Port Orange. 

District No. 10 — A. D. Fussell, New Smyrna Beach. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 189 

District No. 11 — S. A. Baker; deceased, and N. R. Raulerson, 
Seville, commissioned February 26, 1941, ad interim. Term ex- 
pired and Claude Yelvington, Seville, elected and commissioned 
until January, 1945. 

District No. 12 — W. H. Freeman, Jr., Daytona Beach. 

District No. 14 — Harley A. Strickland, Orange City. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mae T. Donovan, Daytona Beach; term expires November la, 
1943, 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
E. A. Lembeck, New Smyrna; term expired March 14, 1939. 

WAKULLA 

COUNTY SEAT — CRAWFORDVILLE 

County Judge — A. L. Porter. 

Sheriff— C. S. Alligood. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Gilbert Langston. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Ashmore. 

Tax Collector — W. G. Durrance. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — S. W. Revell. 

Supervisor Registration — Tom Harrell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. H. Russ, Wakulla. 

District No. 2 — John Strickland, Tallahassee, Rt. 6. 

District No. 3 — S. W. Harvey, Arran. 

District No. 4 — Z. W. Revell, Panacea. 

District No. 5 — S. W. Roddenberry, Sopchoppy. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. T. Lynn, St. Marks. 
District No. 2 — John E. Gray, Wakulla. 

District No. 3 — Myron Hodge, Sopchoppy; resigned April 13, 1942 
and J. J. Hodge commissioned May 6, 1942, ad interim. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. W. Roberts, St. Marks. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Pearce, Crawfordville. 

CONSTABLE 

District No. 1 — J. O. Pope, St. Marks; resigned April 9, 1041. and 
LeRoy Kennedy, St. Marks, commissioned May 26, 1942, ad interim. 



190 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. George Nesmith, Wakulla; term expires September 28, 1946. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

R. R. Ashmore, Sopchoppy; term expired November 16, 1941. 
Dan Miller, Ben Haden; term expired December 3, 1941. 
P. P. Green, Ben Haden; term expired December 10, 1941. 

WALTON 

COUNTY SEAT DEFUNIAK SPRINGS 

County Judge — Edward B. Drake. 

Sheriff — Aubrey McDonald. 

Clerk Circuit Court — R. B. Underv^rood; granted military leave 
October 15, 1942, and Kate Gillis commissioned as Acting Clerk of 
the Circuit Court October 21, 1942 during the term of active service 
of R. B. Underwood. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. G. Ray. 

Tax Collector — Lewis F. Cawthon. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — A. N. Anderson. 

Supervisor Registration — Lewis F. Cawthon, ex-officio. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. M. Bishop, Argyle. 
District No. 2 — J. W. Weeks, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 3 — W. T. Ray, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 4 — M. M. Adkison, DeFimiak Springs. 
District No. 5 — J. J. Ward, Bruce. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Ira C. Wilkerson, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 2 — A. D. Cosson, Sr., DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Casey, Freeport. 

JUSTICES OF PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. E. Gainey, Darlington. 

District No. 2 — B. Nail, Florala, Ala. 

District No. 4 — J. L. Godwin, DeFuniak Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. J. Miles, Darlington. 
District No. 2 — John Perkins, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 4 — Clayton Davis, DeFuniak Springs. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
W^ALTON COUNTY BRIDGE AUTHORITY 

G. B, Campbell, DeFuniak Springs; term expired July 1. 1939; 
deceased, and W. O. Campbell commissioned July 22, 1941, until 
July 1, 1942. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 191 

Howard L. Cawthon, DeFuniak Springs; term expires July 1, 1943. 
E. L. Huggins, DeFuniak Springs; term Expired July 1, 1941; 
re-commissioned July 11, 1942 until July 1, 1944. 

WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT — CHIPLEY 

County Judge — Reeves Bowen. 

Sheriff — Henry M. Farrior. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leon R. Cox. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mrs. Elvie G. Yates. 

Tax Collector — A. Alberson. 

County Superintendent Public Instruction — Neil D. Blue. 

Supervisor Registration — Leonard Gilbert. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. E. Worthington. 
District No. 2 — Grady B. Baxley. 
District No. 3 — D. J. Cook. 
District No. 4 — H. Fussell. 
District No. 5 — O. J. HaiTell. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. I. Owens, Wausau. 
District No. 2 — D. D. Bass, Chipley. 
District No. 3 — W. Alto Harrell, Caryville. 

JUSTICE OF PEACE 

District No. 3 — W. M. Jenkins, Caryville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — D. M. Teston, Caryville. 
District No. 3 — Clyde Hicks, Vernon. 
District No. 7 — L. R. Pippin, Chipley. 



192 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC 

State at Large 

1942 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Abbott, C. W Box 310, Tampa 7-16-41 

Abbott, Dorothy P. O. Box 1712, Sarasota 7-15-41 

Abbott. J. A c/o Pensacola Coach Corp., 

Pensacola 9-19-42 

Abbott, J. Aron 845 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 12-4-41 

Abbott, S. G 2620 S. W. 34th Ave., Miami 10-18-42 

Abdullah, Salam P. O. Box 3435, Jacksonville 8-23-41 

Aberle, A. J 209 Pranklin St., Tampa 10-20-42 

Abney, A. Chester Box 1110, Pensacola 9-27-41 

Abras, James E 1908 Congress Bldg., Miami 8-7-41 

Abstein, Evelyn B c/o State Auditing Dept., 

Tallahassee 11-25-41 

Achenbach, M. Esther ....P. O. Box 775, Ft, Lauderdale 10-25-41 

Acker, Marian C c/o S. A. Lynch Corp., Box 2131, 

Miami 10-22-42 

Ackerman, Leo 1002 Seybold Bldg., Miami 3-23-41 

Ackis, J. S c/o Georgia Supply Company, 

Jacksonville 5-5-42 

Ackisson, Elmer B Brandon 7-7-41 

Acree, C. W 116 Lee Street, Jacksonville 3-7-42 

Acton, Morris A 1107 DeLeon St., Tampa 11-3-41 

Adair, Grace M Box 1626, Miami 9-12-41 

Adam, Geraldine 737 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 11-27-42 

Adams, C, E c/o G. P. Lamb Realty Co., Arcadia 3-9-42 

Adams, Edith M Port Meade 7-9-42 

Adams, Elsie Haines City 2-2-42 

Adams, Jewel c/o Coca-Cola Co.!^ Pt. Lauderdale 4-24-41 

Adams, Jno. T 1010 E. Powhattan Ave., Tampa.... 6-7-41 

Adams, Louise Tavares 8-24-41 

Adams, Louise R 6 West Church St., Orlando 9-12-41 

Adams, Lucile J 219 Oak St., Sarasota .10-20-42 

Adams, Mattie L Box 95, Crestview 10-3-41 

Adamson, Beatrice 626 S. W. Second St., Miami 10-11-41 

Adcock, Frank E 141 2nd Ave. So., St Petersburg .... 5-11-41 

Adcock, Lillian 284 N. W. 46th St., Miami 3-21-41 

Adcock, Louie N 3063 2nd Ave. No., St. Petersburg..l2-28-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 193 

NOTARIES PTJBL.1C— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Addison, Doratea W Box 218, Loughman 5-21-42 

Adeeb, Leo J 550 Alton Road, Miami Beach .... 9-26-42 

Adkins, J. C Box 36, Gainesville 10-7-42 

Adler, Czivya T c/o Judge O. C. Stegemann, Con- 
gress Bldg., Miami 5-27-42 

Agnew, H. R c/o Munros & Chambliss National 

Bank, Ocala 3-20-42 

Ahem, Rosemary F Babson Park 11-10-42 

Aigler, J. A First Street, Stuart 8-8-41 

Aiken, A. Roy 1605 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 12-19-41 

Aiken, E. A 415 S. Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 5-12-41 

Aiken, Marguerite C. I. T. Corporation, Stovall 

Prof. Bldg., Tampa 8-26-41 

Airth, G. E P- O. Box 644, Live Oak 2-7-42 

Akard, F. B P- O. Box 41, Seffner 7-9-41 

Akins, Lonie Andrew Jackson Hotel, 

Jacksonville 11-7-41 

Akopian, Victor M 755 W. Flagler St., Miami 7-18-42 

Akridge, H. L 201 South O. St., Pensacola 9-12-42 

Alberson, Annie H South 6th St., Chipley 10-28-41 

Albritton, Bonnie Franklin St., Sebring 2-15-42 

Albury, Vernell Patton ....Box 6088, Station B., Miami 4-5-41 

Albury, William V 600 Whitehead St., Key West 10-15-42 

Alcorn, E. J 1235 No. Monroe St., Tallahassee .. 4-17-42 

Alden, Irene 644 N. W. 9th St., Miami 4-3-41 

Alderman, Bessie Box 785, Okeechobee 12-29-41 

Alderman, C 1041 Penna. Ave., So. Lakeland ....11-25-41 

Alderman, C. T ne E. 8th St., Jacksonville 10-27-42 

Alderman, Claranelle T...Box 2252 University Station, 

Gainesville 3-19-41 

Alderman, Hugh A c/o Milam, Mcllvaine & Milam, 

Jacksonville 1-15-42 

Alderman, Lucile S 1041 S. Tenn. Ave., Lakeland 5-30-42 

Alderman, M., Jr Brewster 7-19-41 

Aldrich, Margaret 224 S. E. 2nd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.. 5-2-41 

Alexander, Ethel C Box 1024, Jacksonville 6-4-42 

Alexander, G. T c/o City Office, High Springs 7-16-42 

Alexander, Josephine 1152 Grove St., Clearwater 1-19-42 

Alexander, L. A 708 4th St., West Palm Beach 4-16-42 

Alfman, Lena Pan American Hotel, Miami 4-29-42 



194 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBhIC—(Co?iUnued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Alfonso, Sergio M P. O. Box 5172, Tampa 8-15-4--^ 

Alford, Lore P. O. Box 630. West Palm Beach... 12-14-41 

Alfred, Rosa 115 West Strong St., Pensacola .... 5-2-42 

Alig, P. L., Jr Box 375, Tampa 7-21-42 

Allan, H. C Oak Hill 9-29-41 

Allan, Julia G 9545 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 2-20-42 

Allen, Alice Rt. 3, Box 88-B, Pensacola 3-12-41 

Allen, Anna E Box 2, Orange Park 8-12-41 

Allen, Clyde A Box 725, South Miami 4-21-42 

Allen, Enness 537 W. Hunter St., Lakeland 10-29-41 

Allen, Helen C P. O. Box 204, Orlando 2-3-41 

Allen, J. T., Jr Milton 6-29-42 

Allen, Kathryn Louise ...811 S. E. 10th St., Ft. Lauderdale .. 2-7-42 

Allen, Robert H c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola.. 4-16-41 

Allen, William 1521 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach .... 8-8-41 

Allen, William M 163 N. E. 79th St., Miami 3-18-42 

Allison, John F 203 Huntington Bldg., Miami 2-6-42 

Allison, John M 512 Stovall's Prof. Bldg., Tampa .. 9-16-41 

Allison, Mildred J 794 N. W. 47th St., Miami 1-13-41 

Allred, Lucille 920 duPont Bldg., Miami 8-15-41 

Almand, Eva W. C. I. T. Corp., Realty Bldg., 

Jacksonville .^. 8-30-41 

Alonso, Frank 1857 Cano Court, Tampa 3-10-42 

Alsip, Charles M 6000 S. W. 8th St., Miami 9-21-42 

Alsobrook, Nettie M 141 N. E. 20th St., Miami 1-29-41 

Altman, James F 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville.. 3-11-42 

Alvarez, Antonio 1929 Beach St., Tampa 12-7-41 

Alvarez, Frank S 815 So. Edison St., Tampa 4-14-41 

Alvarez, Maria del 

Socorro - 9451/2 Hth Ave., Tampa 3-15-41 

Alvey, Sarah 1225 duPont Bldg., Miami 1-16-41 

Alvis, Mabel H c/o Chancey and Chancey, Ft. 

Lauderdale 12-3-42 

Amann, O. J 120 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach 5-22-41 

Amann, W. G 201 E. 2nd St., Jacksonville 4-2-41 

Amidon, R. H Box 6, Lakeland 1-21-41 

Anderson, Annie T c/o Oven & Oven, Tallahassee 1-28-42 

Anderson, Boyd H c/o County Judge, Ft. Lauderdale.. 4-21-41 

Anderson, E. J Bex 70, Palm Beach 12-27-41 

Anderson, E. V. (Dr.).... c/o Medical Center, 24 W. Chase 

St., Pensacola 2-21-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 195 

NOTARIES PVBlslC—( Contmued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Anderson, H. Merle 28 N. W. 13th Ave., Miami 9-25-41 

Anderson, J. G Monticello 3-13-41 

Anderson, J. H 3132 Indiana St., Coconut Grove.. 7-16-42 

Anderson, L. B Exchange Natl Bank, Winter 

Haven 9-4-41 

Anderson, Madge A 1676 S. W. 22nd St., Miami 3-22-41 

Anderson, P. E., Jr c/o Butler Brothers Lumber Co., 

West Palm Beach 3-2-42 

Anderson, Pauline N l'^2 E. Central Ave., Winter Haven 7-24-41 

Anderson, Thomas H 918 duPont Bldg., Miami 3-21-41 

Anderson, Vivian 620 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 3-5-42 

Anderson, Vivien B 1725 N. W. 47th St., Miami 6-24-42 

Anderson, W. H 1405 Paris St., Tampa 1-9-41 

Anderson, W. O Port St. Joe 3-5-41 

Anderson, Willie Glenn ..c/o Tallahassee Fed. Savings & 

Loan Assn., Tallahassee 5-26-42 

Andrews, C. Blythe 1511 Central Ave., Tampa 5-30-41 

Andrews, Delta Mae 2761 S. W. 21st St., Miami 4-30-41 

Andrews, J. S Bonifay 5-16-41 

Andrews, Leah 1941 East Lloyd St., Pensacola 11-9-42 

Andrews, Muriel L Winter Park 7-31-41 

Andrews, T. J Morriston 7-11-42 

Andrews, Winnie c/o Wendell Heaton, Floridan 

Hotel, Tallahassee 1-25-41 

Angier, G. C 1153 S. W. 11th St., Miami 1-31-41 

Angle, R. O P. O. Box 154, Ft. Lauderdale 4-18-41 

Anschuetz, Walter F 346 Ninth St., So., St. Petersburg. 9-10-41 

Anske, Edna R 427 Peninsular Life Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 1-31-42 

Anthertz, H. Turner 68 S. E. 2nd St., Miami 11-7-41 

Anthony, Rebecca c/o County Judge, Ocala 4-16-41 

Apfelbaum, M. M 690 N. W. 36th St., Miami 8-22-41 

Apgar, Vesta J 2902 Mass. Ave., Apt. 1, Tampa 7-8-42 

Appelberg, A. G Court House, Panama City 12-7-41 

Appleby, Lucille P 2010 Maple Ave., Sanford 12-10-42 

Arant, Muriel E 1520 N. W. 36th St., Miami 4-17-42 

Artaona. M '. 1330 East Mallory St., Pensacola.. 8-10-42 

Archibald, H. M., Jr 1005 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. 4-23-41 

Archibald, J. M Center Hill 11-26-42 

Archibald, Katharine 320 So. Segrave, Daytcna Beach.. 2-12-42 



196 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Arduengo. Rose c/o Doyle Campbell, 214 Madison 

St., Tampa 8-31-42 

Arehart. W. M 1410 Monticello Road, Jackson- 
ville 11-27-42 

Argo, Evelyn R 412 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami 12-4-41 

Arias. Carmen 1203 Twelfth Ave., Tampa 10-6-41 

Arline, T. L 321 West 11th St., Ocala 4-17-41 

Armeda, Vula 1220 Jeffcott St., Fort Myers 7-31-42 

Ai'mour, Samuel Estero 1-25-41 

Armstrong. Chas. Lester.. P. O. Box 31, Avon Park 3-8-41 

Armstrong Mrs. Foye L...Avon Park 2-18-41 

Armstrong, Fred 6 N. E. 43rd St., Miami 2-28-41 

Armstrong, J. R Box 774, Quincy 4-18-42 

Armstrong, L. J. (Mrs.)..Niceville 6-12-42 

Armstrong, Mary 2192 S. W. 22nd Ave., Miami 2-20-42 

Armstrong, Pendleton R...565 Bishop Gate Lane, Jackson- 
ville 1-11-41 

Armwood, L. M 321 y^ N. McComb St., Tallahassee 1-4-41 

Arnest, J. Douglas Box 1174, Sarascta 12-21-42 

Arnett, G. M Rt. 2, Box 182, Jacksonville 7-9-41 

Arnett, Roy L 904 E. Fort King Ave., Ocala 8-11-41 

Arnold, Bessie O Box 1348, Pensacola 2-28-42 

Arnold, Carrie F 364 Brent Bldg., Pensacola 2-16-42 

Ai-nold, E. E 601 1st Ave., No., St. Petersburg.... 11-7-42 

Ai-nold, F. S Box 185, Opalocka 7-19-42 

Arnold, T. E 120 Julia St., Jacksonville 5-12-41 

Arnold, T. H 504 1st Nat'l Bldg., Miami 7-11-41 

Arrington, Gertrude P. O. Box 228, Gainesville 6-9-42 

Arrington, T. M c/o Lake Region Packing Co., 

Tavares 6-11-41 

Asbell, H. E Nichols 8-7-42 

Ash, Gertrude R Myrtle Grove 4-3-42 

Ashby, Edythe B 323 Commercial Court, Sarascta.. 9-13-41 

Ashmore, J. Q 124 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 9-29-42 

Ashmore, Louise C P. O. Box 26, Tallahassee 10-20-41 

Ashton, Maurice W Box 544, New Smyrna Bsach 7-9-42 

Ates, Tunie P. O. Box 18, Milton 7-26-41 

Atkins, A. C 104 West Bay St., Jacksonville 4-28-41 

Atkins, Bertha J Blounstown 2-7-42 

Atkinson, Thomas H 4715 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 2-23-41 

Attwood, T. E 801 N. E. 122nd St., North Miami.. 6-22-42 

Atwell, Bette Sue 310 Datura St., West Palm Beach.. 1-30-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 197 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Atwell, I. G 214 Comeau Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 12-16-42 

Atwell, W. P Box 116, Branford 7-3-41 

Atwood, F. E 2072 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 5-22-42 

Ault, D. Marie 1415 Minnesota Ave., Oriando 2-24-41 

Austin, Charies B P. O. Box 366, Miami 9-15-41 

Austin, Elizabeth Mayflower Hotel, Miami Beach.... 1-14-41 

Austin, Jane 1791 S. W. 24th Terrace, Miami.... 2-28-41 

Austin, M. C. (Miss) P. O. Box 3090, Tampa 7-31-41 

Austin, Mollie W Farmers Bank cf Pompano, Pom- 

pano 12-15-41 

Austin, P. T 115 West Second St., Apt. 3, Jack- 
sonville 10-17-42 

Austin, R. Q 305 East Fern St., Tampa 5-6-41 

Austin, W. L c/o Ivy H. Smith Co., Box 5098, 

Jacksonville 9-15-42 

Avant, H. H Box 111, Mayo 11-7-41 

Avant. Leslie E 402 North Lee St., Arcadia 9-22-41 

Averitt, Helen 254 Talleyrand Ave., Jacksonville 3-15-41 

Avil, E. May 14610 N. E. 7th Ave., North 

Miami 11-22-42 

Avriett, Juanita Jasper 5-8-41 

Axleroad, Benjamin 609 American Bank Bldg., Miami.. 6-2-41 

Aycocke, J. N Box 4471, Jacksonville 9-2-42 

Ayer, Berenice J 921 N. E. 80th St., Miami 5-1-41 

Ayers, Maxine Box 465, Lakeland 9-15-42 

B 

Baas, John H 200 West Central Ave., Orlando.... 7-11-42 

Babcock, Mada Eraser 224 Seminole Ave., Lake Wales 4-16-41 

Bachman, Dorothy M Sheriff's Office, Tampa 4-11-41 

Bacon, E. J P. O. Box 326, Sarasota 3-11-41 

Bacon, Percy S 2886 Post Street, Jacksonville.... 6-11-41 

Bagby, Birdie G 1002 Earnett Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 12-19-41 

Eaggett, L. E Fort Meade 3-7-42 

Baggott, P. H Box 1053, Panama City 4-13-42 

Baggott, Mamie Ruth 1022 Arlington Ave., North, St. 

Petersburg 10-17-41 

Bagley, Earl L 63 N. W. 54th St., Miami 1-23-42 

Bagwell, Hazel M 50 N. E. 80th Terrace, Miami 10-3-41 



198 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PTJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Bailey, A. O. Box 477, Fernandina 11-16-42 

Bailey, Alvin C Recruit Officer, 231 P. O. Bldg., 

Miami 9-4-42 

Bailey, Frank P c/o Sanibel Packing Co., Sanibel.. 3-23-41 

Bailey, H. Frost 1612 Congress Bldg., Miami 4-9-42 

Bailey, Katie Lee 605 Las Olas, East, Ft. Lauderdale 3-31-41 

Bailey, Louise S c/o Winn-Lovett Co., Jacksonville.. 8-22-41 

Bailey, M. D., Jr 16 Carolina Court, Orlando 11-5-41 

Bailey, Pauline 314 Law Exchange Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 3-15-41 

Bailey, Ruby I Pahokee, Box 216 12-1-42 

Bailey, Ruth Postal Colony Co., Clermont 11-8-41 

Bainbridge, Dora Box 188, Palatka 1-11-41 

Baines, Lucile M 610 W. Duval St., Jacksonville 4-10-42 

Baird, F. A ..c/o Al's Bicycle Shop, Baylen St., 

at Intendencia, Pensacola 11-28-41 

Baker, Alec 1402 First Tr. Bldg., Miami 12-7-42 

Baker, Bonnie L 2158 S. W. 23rd St., Miami 3-28-41 

Baker, Caroline 709 E. Reynolds St., Plant City 5-30-42 

Baker, Doris Todd Dunnellon 1-21-42 

Baker, G. E Miami Beach, 1st Nat'l Bank, 

Miami Beach 2-14-41 

Baker, Harris M 4600 GeoTgia Ave., West Palm 

Beach 8-2-41 

Baker, J. L 363 N. W. 22nd Lane, Miami 5-2-42 

Baker, Joseph Box 1590, Pensacola 7-17-41 

Baker, Julia M 945 11th St. North, St. Petersburg 10-1-41 

Baker, Lee L Box 87, Clearwater 8-23-41 

Baker, M. L 305 Florida National Bank Bldg., 

St. Petersburg 11-25-42 

Baker, Marianne V 210 South Beach St., Daytona 

Beach 5-6-41 

Baker, Mary E 704 First National Bldg., Miami... 6-13-41 

Baker, Mary I P. O. Box 181, Jacksonville 12-16-41 

Baker, Mildred M P. O. Box 553, Fort Lauderdale 8-13-41 

Baldwin, H. C 334 W. Arlington St., Gainesville.. 4-4-41 

Baldwin, Pearl K c/o Frederick J. Ward, 1000 Lin- 
coln Road, Miami Beach 3-20-42 

Baldwin, R. B 417 Ellamae St., Tampa 8-8-41 

Balis, E. C 526 Twelfth St., Bradenton 3-19-41 

Ball, M. B Reserve-Federal Bank, Jackson- 
ville 9-15-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 199 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Co7itinued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Ball, Raymond M. P. O. Box 71, Sanford 4-10-42 

Ball, Slocum 1815 Mallory St., Jacksonville 12-24-41 

Ballou, Fred V Tallahassee 3-8-41 

Bamberger, Z. E Box 151, West Palm Beach 6-18-42 

Bandy, C. L Box 406, Kissimmee 10-17-42 

Banning, Forrest D 270 S. W. 29th Road, Miami 9-5-42 

Barber, Bemice 153 Taylor Ave., Daytona Beach... 3-27-42 

Barber, Claudia 121 E. St. Augustine St., Talla- 
hassee 9-23-41 

Barber, Elizabeth 661 S. W. 2nd St., Miami 5-3-41 

Barber, L. T., Mrs 611 Seventh Ave., Palmetto 9-8-41 

Barber, Raleigh T 312i/2 Twiggs St., Tampa 7-23-41 

Barber, Ruth Palmetto 7-11-42 

Barberi, Bernice c/o Tax Collector, Pensacola 11-22-41 

Barbree, Katherine E c/o Sears Roebuck and Co'mpany 

Sarasota 9-11-42 

Barco, M. O c/o Trustees Internal Imp, Bd., 

Cap. Bldg., Tallahassee 7-10-41 

Barcroft, F. J Radio Station WWPG, Palm 

Beach 7-15-42 

Bardin, Karl 336 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville.. 7-25-41 

Bardin, Rachel 409 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 7-9-41 

Barfield, D. J Box 385, Lake Wales 10-29-42 

Barfield, Mabel Rt. 2, Box 905, Tampa 3-16-41 

Barker, E. C. Benson Box 652, Orlando 10-20-42 

Barker, J. Hopps Box 1188, St. Augustine 4-14-42 

Barker, Richard D 106 West Bay St., Jacksonville 10-18-41 

Barksdale, Thelma W Box 1751, Pensacola 8-3-42 

Barnes, Cleo D 605 Security Bldg., Miami 12-5-42 

Barnes, Georgia 313 E. Lakewood Rd., West Palm 

Beach 3-13-41 

Barnes, Hildred W c/o Seggerman-Nixon Corp., 81 

Park St., Jacksonville 8-12-42 

Barnes, J. L o/o Family Finance Co., Brent 

Bldg., Pensacola 8-15-41 

Barnes, Lillian 1847 S. W. Third Ave, Miami 7-11-41 

Barnes, Mable 307 W. University Ave., Gaines- 

viUe 3-3-41 

Barnes, Otis E ?. O. Box 194, St. Augustine 1-16-42 

Barnes, Rebecca W. City Hall, Tallahassee 6-27-42 

Barnett, Shirley 322 5th St., Miami Beach 5-2-41 

Barney, Charles E 1629 S. W. 2nd St., Miami 3-11-41 



200 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PJIELIC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Barney, Clarke Box 317, Bradenton 2-11-41 

Barnhart, Mary H P. O. Box 5061, Daytona Beach 7-13-42 

Barnum, N. B P. O. Box 2551, Orlando 10-28-41 

Barr, C. J., Mrs 1077 Orleans Court, Jacksonville.. 11-12-42 

Barr, John W Micanopy 11-27-42 

Barr, Mary R 65 East 6th St., Hialeah 10-31-42 

Barr, R. G Winter Garden Citrus Grcwers 

Assn., Winter Garden 4-8-42 

Barrett, Jeane 201 N. W. 19th Avenue, Miami 7-20-42 

Barrineau, Flossie 1590 E. Jordan St., Pensacola 10-30-41 

Barrow, Geoi'ge W P. O. Box 115, Crestview 2-12-42 

Barrow, P Box 2133, Tampa 7-29-41 

Barrows, Daryl H Box 1229, Tampa 12-19-42 

Barthle, J. A San Antonio, Florida 2-8-41 

Bartleson, Margaret H 3852 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 3-23-42 

Eartlett, Chester 2245 S. W. 32nd Ave., Miami 12-17-41 

Bartlett, Effie 2245 S. W. 32nd Ave., Miami 12-1-41 

Bartlett, James E Myakka Hotel, Venice 9-8-41 

Bartlett, Ollie H., Mrs 306 Citizens Bank Bldg., Tampa.. 9-8-42 

Bartolin, Annie M 1217 East Church St., Jackson- 
ville 11-4-41 

Barwick, Mabel C 210 Hector Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale... 3-6-42 

Basch, Curtis 223 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach.... 9-6-41 

Baseman, Roy T 311 Olympia Bldg., Miami 6-18-41 

Bass, Antoine LaRoy East Jackson St., Marianna 7-9-41 

Bass, John C 821 Zack St., Tampa 12-10-42 

Bassett, Albert c/o Miami Production Cr. Assn., 

52 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-16-42 

Bassett, H, H c/o First National Bank, Palm 

Beach 1-24-42 

Bassett, Rex E., Sr Bassett Bldg. Municipal Air Port. 

Fort Lauderdale 4-2-42 

Bate, Cecil G 4418 S. W. 13th Terrace, Coral 

Gables 7-11-41 

Bateman, Christine DeLand 12-1 1-41 

Bates, Alice 260 S. W. 6th St., Miami 9-11-41 

Bates, Eleanor S Box 1080, Tampa 5-28-41 

Bates, J. P Sanford 8-3-42 

Battle, Ben 811 West 41st St., Miami Bsach.... 3-4-42 

Baucom, Allie M 51 N. E. 43rd St., Miami 5-29-41 

Baucom, Barbara L Box 1260, Tallahassee 2-8-41 

Baughman, Carl 2427 Sunset Drive, Tampa 10-17-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 201 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Baum, Beatrice M c/o L. L. Distributors, 3703 Nebras- 
ka Ave., Tampa 8-9-41 

Baum, E. G San Mateo 8-31-42 

Baumgardner, C. V 1360 N. W. 36th St., Miami 12-8-41 

Baumgardner, E. H 1360 N. W. 36tli St., Miami 12-16-41 

Baumgartner, Gene 209 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach.. 12-29-41 

Baxley, Carey Box 6, Inverness 4-8-41 

Baxter, Bessie I Florida Methodist Children's 

Home, Enterprise 12-16-42 

Baxter, Mildred E p. O. Box 464, Ocala 4-9-42 

Baya, H. P 902 First Nat. Bk. Bldg., Tampa....l0-24-42 

Baya, J. F Box 244, Tarpon Springs 4-14-42 

Baya, Rosalie 2009 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 3-29-41 

Bayha, Carol c/o Newport Industries, Inc., Pen- 

sacola 2-28-41 

Baynard, Henry S 1005 1st Fed. Bldg., St. Petersburg 4-24-42 

Baynard, Owen F 18 East Tarpon Avenue, Tarpon 

Springs 12-19-41 

Baynard, Robert S 800 17th Ave. North, St. Petersburg 10-9-41 

Beach, Irene 3604 Obispo St., Tampa 11-22-41 

Beal, Katymaye c/o Motor Transit Company, Jack- 
sonville 5-4-42 

Beal, Vadna A Cocoa .., 1-30-41 

Beall, Phlip D Box, 386, Pensaccla 5-25-41 

Beam, Hattie S c/o Barnett National Bank, Jack- 
sonville 6-2-42 

Beard, J. A P. O. Box 64, Baldwin 1-3-41 

Bearman, Morris 30 West Wright St., Pensacola 5-30-41 

Bearrow, Leon E 323 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville... 11-9-42 

Beasley, Elizabeth K 524 W. Central Avenue, Winter 

Haven 8-4-41 

Beaton, Ronald A Florida Nat. Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 12-10-41 

Beatty, Hazel P. O. Box 1169, Tampa. 7-12-41 

Beauchamp, J. P 4031 N. W. 22nd Avenue, Miami 5-16-41 

Beavers, John W 502 Congress Building, Miami 9-16-41 

Beck, Mary V Times Building, St. Petersburg 10-20-41 

Beck, Paul L Box 232, Cocoa 5-16-42 

Becker, Gladys H 3484 Main Highway, Coconut 

Grove 6-24-42 

Beckhard, Bruno St. Petersburg 7-15-42 



202 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBL.1C— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Beckman, H. A 304 Masonic Temple Building, 

Jacksonville 10-18-41 

Beckman, Samuel 2651 South Miami Ave., Miami 3-28-41 

Becknell, Peggy Bex 396, Tampa 6-24-42 

Bedford, Aileen c/o King Insurance Agency, Box 

403. Lakeland 6-5-41 

Beeland, Rosa Lee Box 187, Mount Dora 6-29-42 

Beeler, Gay S DeFuniak Springs 9-9-42 

Behar, Helen Liberty Arms Hotel. 236 21st St., 

Miami Beach 1-5-42 

Behle, Howard 105 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach 10-8-42 

Belcher, Alvah C 29 3rd St. North, St. Petersburg... 8-19-42 

Beldin, C. L c/o Standard Oil Terminal, Port 

Tampa City 10-21-42 

Belisario, G Belle Glade 9-25-41 

Belk, Ona M 1607 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 5-7-42 

Bell, E. W P- O- Box 913, Tampa 3-29-41 

Bell, Jennie 2211 Broadway, Fort Myers 7-16-41 

Bell, L Palmetto 6-17-42 

Bell', L. A 1512 N. W., 7th Ave., Miami 2-27-42 

Bell, N. A 305 Morgan Street, Tampa 8-29-42 

Bell, Randall R c/o Runyan Machine & Boiler 

Works, Pensacola 4-13-41 

Bell, Randolph E 723 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 8-14-41 

Bellah, Billie 621 S. W. 23rd Road, Miami 4-23-42 

Bellah, M. M 235 S. W. 4th Avenue, Miami 3-21-41 

Benatre, R. F Suwannee Fruit & Steamship Co., 

Jacksonville 8-19-42 

Benedict, M. J 1010 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. 9-17-41 

Bennett, C. M 806 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-7-42 

Bennett, Eugene S c/o Florida Power & Light Co., St. 

Petersburg 12-28-42 

Bennett, Eula M 532 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach.. 2-19-41 

Bennett, Gardner 3127 Oaklyn Ave., Tampa 1-18-41 

Bennett, Hilda Bui'ke c/o Charles Temple, Punta Gorda 10-1-42 

Bennett, J. J 1944 N. W. 4th St., Miami 2-21-41 

Bennett, Jean V 501 Twiggs St., Tampa 6-15-42 

Bennett, Jewel Wauchula , 2-28-41 

Bennett, Lillie Cosey Chevrolet Co., Wauchula 5-22-41 

Bennett, Mary 340 Stanley St., Bartow 8-22-42 

Bennett, Riossell W Box 4697, Jacksonville 2-13-41 

Bennett, Salie B Pensaccla Buggy Works, Pensacola 7-11-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 203 

NOTARIES PTJBhlC— (Continued) 
— • 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Bennett, Thos. B Florida East Coast Railway, St. 

Augustine 8-23-41 

Benson, Beth Box 1622, Tampa 8-15-42 

Benthane, H. B 503 Tyler St., Jacksonville 10-20-41 

Bentley, Ed. R Box 465, Lakeland 8-4-41 

Beovich, D. F 200" S. Palafox St., Pensacola 8-26-41 

Berens, Betty 760 Dth Ave., North, St. Peters- 
burg 3-19-42 

Berg, Lillian S Bay National Bank, Panama City.. 8-22-41 

Berg, Lucille M. 821 Melbourne Ave., Melbourne 3-27-42 

Berg, Madge 5706 Taliaferro St., Tampa 9-15-42 

Berg, Norma 202 Huntington Bldg., Miami 4-9-41 

Berger, L. L i04y2 Zack St., Tampa 5-19-42 

Bergmaier, Dorothy c/o Gaines & Putch, Leesburg 1-9-41 

Berk, Angle 2224^2 Henly Place, Fort Myers. ..12-19-41 

Berner, Margaret L 63-79 N. W. Ninth St., Miami 2-18-42 

Bernstein, Barney 1601 Congress Bldg., Miami 6-22-42 

Berrimen, J. M Sebring 2-25-41 

Berry, Ada L 702 South Oregon St., Tampa 9-10-42 

Berry, D. W 711 Blount Bldg., Pensacola 12-29-41 

Berry, Eyela E 1717 East Strong St., Pensacola.... 4-9-42 

Berry, H. B 212 South Armenia Ave., Tampa.. 2-9-42 

Berry, John I 711 Blount Bldg., Pensacola 3-6-41 

Bertman, George J 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach ... 4-25-42 

Bertram, Marion 916 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 5-21-41 

Bess, Kenneth B 525 N. E. 36th St., Miami 7-30-42 

Best, Alice 301 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 9-20-41 

Best, Winnett M 718 North Beach, Key West 10-19-42 

Bethea, Theodore W 3ox 1549, Orlando 5-7-41 

Bethell, E. L 1025 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-24-41 

Betterley, Vina M Box 215, Miami Springs 12-1-42 

Bettes, James J Box 1271, Orlando 1-17-42 

Betts, Dorothy E 252 N. E. 80 Terrace, Miami 8-8-42 

Betts, Sam L 3550 Brentwood Ave., Jacksonville 3-18-42 

Bevis, Erin M .Atlantic National Bank, Jackson- 
ville 11-13-42 

Bevis, Gordon R 4212 Florida Ave., Tampa 6-27-42 

Bevis, L. B 7636 N. E. 4th Court, Miami 11-2-42 

Bevis, L. R c/o Live Stock Sanitary Board, 

Tallahassee 1-9-41 

Bevis, Richard B 3919 East Broadway, Tampa 3-7-42 



204 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Bevis, Robert C, Jr 815 Olympia B!dg., Miami 10-9-42 

Beyerle, Arthur F 218 Short Street, Daytona Beach 2-9-41 

Bickley, Chas. E 2836 Laviere St., Jacksonville 11-25-42 

Bickner, George N 1 Hamilton Heath, Tampa 11-9-42 

Bigelow, Annie Box 1165, Tampa 4-6-41 

Eigelow, R. C Box 843, Ocoee 12-28-42 

Biggs, Effie P 1660 Margaret St., Suite No. 1, 

Jacksonville 10-16-41 

Bigham, J. E 906 Citizens Bank Bldg., Tampa.... 4-16-41 

Eighams, H. W Box 427, Lakeland 5-10-41 

Bill, H. E 1316 Lake Weir Ave., Ocala 4-21-41 

Billings, Mary C Box 92, Lowell 3-23-41 

Bilhngsley, Ethel E Midyette-Moor Bldg., Tallahassee.. 12-29-41 

Bills, J. C, Jr 710 Citizens Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 8-10-42 

Binkley, Faith 1020 East Moreno, Pensacola 2-1-41 

Binnicker, Barbara Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee 9-24-42 

Birbeck, L. R Box 2232, Jacksonville 2-3-41 

Bird, Barbara 206 Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 10-28-41 

Bird, F. C Greenville Drug Co., Greenville 6-9-42 

Bird, James L Homestead 2-14-41 

Bird, Ruth Box 1183, Delray Beach 8-7-41 

Bird, Thos. G 219 East Marks St., Orlando 8-13-41 

Bishop, Justine D Box 721, Pensacola 5-23-41 

Bishop, M. B Eustis 1-9-42 

Bishop, Martha c/o Aetna Finance Co., Jackson- 
ville 4-22-42 

Bitantus, Anna V 509 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 2-16-42 

Bize, John T 106 Baltic Circle, Davis Island, 

Tampa 12-13-41 

Bjork, Elsie G Route 2, Box 633, Miami 9-4-42 

Black, Arthur P P. O. Box 1423, St. Petersburg 11-6-42 

Black, Beulah Ocala 2-19-42 

Black, Irene 129 Stockton St., Melbourne 5-21-41 

Black, N. B P. O. Box 870, Miami 10-9-42 

Blackard. J. T 100 N. W. 79th St., Miami 12-11-41 

Blackburn, Lillian 1000 N. W. 28th Ave., Miami 9-16-41 

Blackburn, Lucille S Inverness 4-9-42 

Blackmun, E. G 545 South Water St., Tampa 11-9-42 

Blackstock, M. L Winter Garden 8-22-41 

Blackwell, Mildred H 646 Pippin St., Jacksonville 7-22-42 

Blake, Ir.ne Pilcher 610 Hogan St., Jacksonville 11-10-42 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 205 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Elake, W. E P. O. Box 3396, Daytona Beach.... 7-20-42 

Blalock, Dorothy B 404 East Fort King Ave., Ocala 11-1-41 

Elanchard, Florence 500 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 10-28-42 

Blanchard, M. L Empu-e Bids., St. Petersburg 4-9-42 

Blanchard, Van A., Mrs o/o Municipal Airport, Pensacola.. 4-3-42 

Bland. W. A P. O. Box 723, Ft. Lauderdale 4-15-42 

Blandford, P. W 1605 S. Poinsettia Ave., West Palm 

Beach 2-11-42 

Blanding, J. W 1002 Secui'ity Bldg., Miami 2-12-42 

Blank, Leslie H 407 Tampa St., Tampa 5-18-42 

Blankenship, Marguerite..338 Cathcart St., Orlando.. 7-21-41 

Blanton, Franklin W c/o Acme Lumber Company, 2500 

Fifth Ave., So., St. Petersburg.... 4-9-41 

Blanton, Herbert M 25 So. Garden Ave., Clearwater 10-1-41 

Blanton, L. W P. O. Box 217, Perry 6-5-41 

Blatt, Arthur 3425 Fl'ow Ave., Ccconut Grove.... 4-23-41 

Blatt, H. E Dth Ave & Ellenton Rd., Palmetto. .11-18-42 

Blaze, Donald 409 Avenue B., NE., Winter Haven 9-30-41 

Elinn, Ray S ,210 Canal St., New Smyrna 3-10-4L 

Bliss, William M 10 South Newnan St., Jacksonville 4-17-41 

Bloodworth, J. A 262 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 12-4-42 

Bloomberg, George W 561 West Flagler St., Miami 10-23-42 

Blount, I. T c/o J. H. Mercer, Biscayne Bldg., 

Miami 9-26-42 

Blount, W. C Southern Dairies, Jacksonville 8-11-41 

Blumin, Harry 412 Mercantile Bank Bldg., Miami 5-23-42 

Boatner, B. H 417 Ellamae St., Tampa 8-8-41 

Eoatright, Lester E. (Mrs.) Box 598, Jacksonville 4-1-42 

Boesche, Herman Gulf States Motors, Inc., Sara- 
sota 5-9-41 

Bogue, Lincoln C 710 1st Federal Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 3-20-42 

Bogue, Maxwell A Box 109, Palatka 12-11-41 

Bogue, William Douglas. 1204 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 8-6-42 

Bohannon, Parrie D c/o Bonacker Bros., Polk & Tampa 

Sts., Tampa 4-30-42 

Bohon, R. L. 108 Ccurt House, Jacksonville 1-31-42 

Boisvert, RoUand c/o McDonald Corporation, Au- 

burndale 11-16-42 

Boivin, Eleanor R 409 8th St.. North, St. Petersburg 4-23-42 

Bolden, C. H 607 W. State St., Jacksonville.... 1-9-41 



206 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Bolerjack, Carmen A 2727 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville.. 5-3-41 

Bolger, C. L 625 N. E. 63rd St., Miami 2-24-42 

Bolger, James L 525 88th St., Surfside, Miami 

Beach 9-11-42 

Bollenbacher, Helen Room 279 Court House, Miami 7-26-41 

Bond, Annie F Lloyd 6-23-42 

Bonfield, Emily E 206 North Brevard St., Tampa 3-8-42 

Bonner, B. W 921 Reid St., Palatka 5-18-41 

Bonner, Dorothy S. .2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 4-30-42 

Bookman, Isabel ...633 Euclid Ave., Apt. 7, Miami 

Beach 2-15-41 

Bookout, Nora E c/o C. A. Marsh, Inc., Ill W. Rob- 
inson Ave., Orlando 6-24-42 

Boone, Robt. J 1502 Congress Bldg., Miami 3-27-42 

Boote, Evelyn c/o WJAX Radio Station, Jack- 
sonville 11-26-42 

Booth, Charles E 802 1/2 Main St., Daytona Beach.. 1-6-41 

Booth, R. G 27 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami 8-28-42 

Booth, Robert C 1415 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 3-23-42 

Boothe, Dorothy M 707 East Pine St., Orlando 2-8-42 

Bordas, Mildred M P. O. Box 221, Miami 7-15-42 

Borden, Gwendolyn c/o County Judge, Key West 5-7-41 

Boren, Geo. R 498 S. W. 29th Road, Miami 10-12-42 

Borresen, Melissa R c/o Douglas Guardian Warehouse 

Corp., Tampa 9-25-42 

Borum, N. E 808 Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville 7-28-41 

Bosworth, C. 407 1st National Bank Bldg., 

St. Petersburg 2-8-41 

Botto, Father Peter 2109 11th Ave., Tampa 5-11-42 

Boullais, Margaret Mary. .2206 Woodford Ave., Ft. Myers 6-9-41 

Bounds, Grover 2339 S. W. 32nd Ave., Miami 12-12-41 

Bourne, James D P. O. Box 265, St. Petersburg 2-22-41 

Bouton, F. P 25 Fourth St., No., St. Petersbui'g 9-25-41 

Bovard, Mary Jane P. O. Box 1268, Cocoa 11-26-41 

Bowden, Beryl Clewiston 3-28-41 

Bowden, F. H RFD No. 6, Box 93, So. Jackson- 
ville 12-2-41 

Bowden, G. G 2728 Southwood Lane, Jackson- 
ville 1-17-42 

Bowden, Ruth 2728 Southwood Lane, Jackson- 
ville 10-20-41 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 207 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Bowdoin, J. L Jay 1-22-41 

Bowen, Prank P 1228 S. W. 1st St., Miami 7-12-41 

Bowen, J. T., Jr Chipley 7-15-41 

Bowen, James T Chipley 3-17-41 

Bowen, John P. O. Box 70, Pt. Myers 12-21-42 

Bowers, H. D P. O. Box 34, Naranja 6-14-41 

Bowers, Robert C P. O. Box 4640, Jacksonville 9-16-41 

Bowers, Vera Lake Placid 2-7-42 

Bowersox, William C 705 E. Moreno St., Pensacola 8-17-42 

Bowes, Mabel C Hamilton & Pine Sts., Panama 

City 10-8-41 

Bowes, Maxine Goodsell..744 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 7-11-41 

Bowie, Betty Box 8, Dinsmore 8-25-42 

Bowles, L. T 504 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 8-9-41 

Bowman, Alfred J 3007 Granada St., Tampa 7-26-41 

Bowman, Lois 1150 W. State St., Jacksonville 4-10-42 

Bowman, Luella P. O. Box 763, West Palm Beach.. 3-12-41 

Boxall, Helen L P. O. Box 231, Orlando 5-19-41 

Boyd, Ann P. O. Box 433, Hialeah 9-12-41 

Boyd, Gertrude 5115 Seminole Ave., Tampa 2-7-42 

Boyd, J. G., Jr Lewis State Bank Bldg., Tallahas- 
see 9-9-42 

Boyd, Kathleen Box 633, Orlando 5-5-42 

Boyd, Martha 314 Madison St., Tampa 10-11-41 

Boyd, R. P Box 2267, Jacksonville 9-17-42 

Eoyer, Helen K. c/o Cohu & Lorrey, 300 Walgreen 

Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-21-42 

Boykin, J. C Sneads 10-1-41 

Boyle, Lloyd F 204 North Park Ave., Sanford 3-7-41 

Boyle, Margaret J c/o Chas. P. Blake, 1st Natl Bank 

Bldg., Tampa 6-4-42 

Boyle, Nelle Campbell 1442 N. E. Miami Court, Miami 5-3-41 

Boyles, E. N 61 North Garland St., Orlando 9-11-41 

Boyles, Erlma M c/o Pla. Bank, Port St. Joe 8-15-42 

Boylston, Dorothy G 432 West 32nd St., Sarasota 2-17-41 

Boza, Joseph A 908 Packer St., Key West 6-15-42 

Bozarth, R. E P. O. Box 1472, Orlando 4-29-41 

Bozeman, Annie c/o Fla. Telephone Corp., Leesburg 1-9-41 

Bracken, L. R 1233 East Port King Ave., Ocala 2-17-41 

Bradbury, Verna B c/o A. B. Morrison Co., Congress 

Bldg., Miami 2-28-41 

Bradford, D. D Municipal Hospital, Tampa 9-1-41 



208 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Bradham. Trixie L 308 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 4-28-42 

Brading, Blanche 1604 duPont Bldg., Miami 11-3-41 

Bradley, Tennie Lee 527 10th St., Bradenton 3-31-41 

Bradshaw, June L 1G50 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami 2-24-41 

Brady, Anne B 750 N. E. 83rd Terrace, Miami 4-4-42 

Bragg, Bonnie M P. O. Box 1111, Pensacola 10-4-42 

Bragg, C. E 45 N. E. 60th Terrace. Miami 10-5-42 

Brahm, Mrs. May S 407 8th St., No., St. Petersburg 7-13-42 

Branca, Annette M 415 N. E. 38th St., Miami 1-24-42 

Branch, Anne 2008 South Reynolds St., Plant 

City 4-7-41 

Branch, Marjorie V 932 3rd St., No., St. Petersburg 1-23-42 

Brandon, C. L P. O. Box 149, Perry 4-9-41 

Brandon, Elizabeth St. Marks 7-14-41 

Brandon, Frank L 1207 Franklin St., Tampa 2-8-41 

Brandt, A. S Box 903, Panama City 8-4-42 

Brandt, Elvera J 900 E. Central Ave., Orlando 6-24-42 

Brannack, Geo. P 11 West Granada Ave., Ormcnd... 9-11-41 

Brannen, H. S 227 Seybold Bldg., Miami 3-2-42 

Brannon, Ivan 1 261 N. E. 102nd St., Miami 7-14-42 

Brannon, Myrtle 450 Grace St., Panama City 2-5-41 

Branson, Oliver 727 NW 1st Ave., Miami 1-17-41 

Brantley, Estelle c/o O. H. Carter Co., 606 Tampa 

St., Tampa 8-22-42 

Brantley, Laurelle c/o John W. Donahoo, Jackson- 
ville 2-2-42 

Brasch, Rebecca 1331 S. E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 7-11-42 

Brasher, Mildred S c/o Morrow, Mayes & Sutton; 

Coral Gables 7-30-42 

Brass, Louise P. O. Box 1509, Daytona Beach 5-1-41 

Braswell, Doris 759 N. W. 2nd St.. Miami 1-12-42 

Braswell, Lois Umatilla 2-11-42 

Bratager, Garnet c/o Miami Police Dept., Miami 3-8-41 

Bratton, D 32 Sixth St., S. W. Winter 

Haven 10-1-41 

Braun, Dorothea M c/o Cadet Regiment, Naval Air 

Staticn, Jacksonville 4-15-42 

Brawner, Helen c/o J. L. Dishong, Arcadia 6-4-42 

Bray, Claire H 516 North Clara Ave., DeLand 8-25-42 

Bray, L. S P. O. Box 1287, Tampa 1-19-42 

Bray, Sevilla lona 132 W. 11th St., Hialeah 12-2-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 209 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Conti7iued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Brennan, F. D 35 East Bay St., Jacksonville 5-2-42 

Brenner, A. M c/o Credit Dept., Barnett Natl 

Bank, Jacksonville 9-18-41 

Brenner, Dorothy c/o Paul Smith Construction Co., 

Fort Myers 12-28-42 

Brent, R. C, Jr Floridan Hotel, Tallahassee 11-6-42 

Bretz, Carl A P. O. Box 5359, Jacksonville 10-17-41 

Brevi^er, R. A 2203 West Beaver St., Jackson- 
ville 8-26-41 

Brewton, Aubrey 12 North I St., Pensaccia 2-20-41 

Brewton, C. A., Sr Rt. 1, Box 249, Pensacola 2-22-41 

Brickett, James Edward ..3132 Beach Blvd., Gulfport 1-22-42 

Brickman, Mrs. A. B 748 N. E. 81st St., Miami 12-3-42 

Bridges, Frances Evelyn..743 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-3-41 

Bridgford, Marian c/o Fla. Real Estate Com., Or- 
lando 1-27-41 

Briggs, Mary H 902 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 8-6-41 

Briggs, Willis A 527 S. W. 13th Ave., Miami 12-27-42 

Brightman, Mary S P. O. Drawer 3067, Jacksonville 9-2-42 

Brill, Dorothy B 506 Security Bldg., Miami 12-9-42 

Brill, Rosine L 1026 S. W, 4th St., Miami 12-7-42 

Brink, Chas. K 7309 Park Circle, Tampa 10-19-42 

Brinson, Albert C, Jr 1215 No. Tamarind Ave., West 

Palm Beach 3-9-42 

Brinson, Helen L 3040 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 11-19-41 

Brinson, I. C American Discount Co., Jackson- 
ville 2-2-42 

Brinson, J. H 45 N. W. 2nd St., Miami 6-16-41 

Brisbin, Alice A c/o L. B. McLeod Const. Co., Or- 
lando , 8-22-42 

Bristow, Ruth , 405 S. E. 4th Ave., Delray Beach.... 1-15-42 

Britt, H. M 3ox 75, Sebring 10-10-41 

Broad, Shepard 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.. 1-17-41 

Brock, Chas. S 705 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg.. ..12-27-41 

Brock, Virginia 7 North D. Street, Pensacola 8-11-41 

Brockell, H. M 1260 N. W. 22nd St., Miami 11-7-42 

Brockett, Robert 37 E. Chase St., Pensacola 2-24-41 

Broetzman, Marie C P. O. Box 5343, So. Jacksonville.... 1-16-42 

Brooker, Mabel E Clarendon Hotel, Daytona Beach.. 4-7-41 

Brooks, Austine 42 N. Garland St., Orlando 1-21-41 

Brooks, Herschel E 2778 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville.. 12-23-41 

Broolcs, Hubert Angelo.... 1519 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 12-14-42 



210 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 



ADDRESS 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
FROM DATE GIVEN 



Brooks, Inez Box 1015, Bradenton 12-22-41 

Brooks, Lewis J 110 N. E. 13 St., Miami 2-21-41 

Brooks, Richard L 2057 West Leon St., Gainesville 8-27-42 

Broome, Paul A 624 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.... 5-5-41 

Brothers, Aletta C P. O. Box 349, Pensacola 4-2-41 

Brotman, Milford 1421 18th St., Miami Beach 5-14-41 

Brouillet, C. E 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-11-42 

Brown, A. M., Mrs Box 34. Stuart 9-22-41 

Brown, Annabelle 20 W. Robinson Ave., Orlando 6-5-42 

Brown, Arthur E Box 1433, Jacksonville 10-10-41 

Brown, C. H 1016 N. W. 42nd St., Miami 1-17-42 

Brown, C. J 1022 E. Brainard St., Pensacola ... 1-28-42 

Brown, Charles R. P 120 North Main St., Orlando 10-9-41 

Brown, Clarence A P. O. Box 1457, Sarasota 2-13-41 

Brown, Dan 418 W. Belmont St., Pensacola 5-25-42 

Brown, David G 102 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach... 4-30-41 

Brown, Dorothy c/o County Judge, Clearwater 11-16-42 

Brown, Evelyn 1456 Washington Avenue, Miami 

Beach 1-31-41 

Brown, Fannie A Box 1079, Jacksonville 6-12-42 

Brown, Francis Read ....Route 6. Box 29-B, Jacksonville 4-3-42 

Brown, Gertrude Gay ....1025 S. W. 20th Avenue, Miami 11-15-41 

Brown, Grace M Acree Motor Co., Inc., DeLand 6-22-42 

Brown, Gussie Lou 805 Madison St., Tampa 9-19-42 

Brown, H. C Shamrock, Florida 2-5-41 

Brown, Helen T Box 57, Green Cove Springs . 5-28-41 

Brown, Ida Estelle 205 W. Hanna Avenue, Tampa 4-4-42 

Brown, Inetta W Hotel George Washington, Jack- 
sonville ■. 3-2-41 

Brown, J. A P. O. Box 148, Daytona Beach 5-16-42 

Brown, J. T 152 N. W. 8th St., Miami 5-1-42 

Brown, John C Clearwarter 2-9-41 

Brown, Joseph 303 W. Frierson Ave., Tampa 6-11-41 

Brown, Joseph E 11 North Mills St., Orlando 3-22-41 

Brown, Kathryn W 1462 Talbot St., Jacksonville 4-18-42 

Brown, Marcus H 602 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville.. 3-17-42 

Brown, Margaret M Rt. 7, Box 332, Jacksonville 11-30-42 

Brown, Mexia 2033 S. W. 5th St., Miami 10-17-41 

Brown, Nell M 603 S. Pt. Harrison Ave., Clear- 
water 11-22-41 

Brown, Ralph P 1337 Hubbard St., Jacksonville 9-26-41 

Brown, Raymond P 1100 W. Moreno St., Pensacola 5-9-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 211 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— rCon^mued; 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME AiDDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Brown, Ruby Herdti P. O. Box 183, Stuart 10-22-42 

Brown, Ruth E 1921 23rd St. South, St. Peters- 
burg 4-24-42 

Brown, Wilhelmina 61 Flagler St., Miami 5-20-42 

Browne. Erline Apalachicola State Bk., Apala- 

chicola 2-5-41 

Brown, F. S Cove Hotel, Panama City 10-6-42 

Browning, Beatrice 1411 4th Avenue, Palmetto 12-2-41 

Brownsteen, Marie 224 W. Arlington St., Gainsville 3-23-42 

Broxson, George A 2806 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville.... 6-1-42 

Bruce, Bessie Box 971, Tallahassee 12-19-41 

Bruer, E. E c/o Armour Fertilizer Works, St. 

James Bldg., Jacksonville 1-21-42 

Brunner, Beatrice E ...2726 S. W. 5th Ave., Miami 3-20-42 

Brunner, J. F 11 N. E. Second Ave., Miami 2-17-42 

Bruno, V. A c/o Kenneth Fulgham, Box 643, 

Pensacola 7-16-42 

Brunson, Frank S R. F. D. No. 5, Box 707, Jackson- 
ville 5-27-41 

Brush, Betty 716 Olympia Bldg., Miami 2-23-42 

Brush, Ruth B 41 W. Boyer St., Tarpon Springs.. 8-4-41 

Bryan, Eugenia 1661 S. W. 15th St., Miami ...10-12-42 

Bryan, H. H Bowling Green 2-9-42 

Bryan, J. H Box 414, Palatka 11-13-41 

Bryan, Jan 437 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville 11-1-41 

Bryan, L. P c/o Owsley Lumber Co., Pensacola 1-24-42 

Bryan, Marion 1 845 S. W. 4th St., Miami 4-18-41 

Bryan, S. M P. O. Box 361, Winter Haven 5-14-42 

Bryan, Valentine, Mrs Lake Wales 9-2-42 

Bryan, W. Lester 1140 15th Ave., S., St. Petersburg 8-19-42 

Bryant, E. W 1854 Pearl St., Jacksonville 5-6-42 

Bryant, Edwina 218 S. W. 18th Rd., Miami 1-12-42 

Bryant, Ernest L 626 County Court House, Miami.. 6-15-42 

Bryant, J. E 1013 Hendricks Avenue, South 

Jacksonville 8-9-42 

Bryant, J. M., Jr 2345 Park St., Jacksonville 6-12-41 

Bryant, N. C P. O. Box 755, St. Petersburg 8-22-41 

Bryant, Susan M 525 Bay St., Clearwater 7-9-41 

Bryson, J. W Live Oak 2-4-42 

Bryson, Mabel H 3235 N. Miami Avenue, Miami 9-11-41 

Buchan, Vivian Orlando 3-28-41 

Buchanan, Esther K 223 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach 5-9-42 



212 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES P\JBhlC—(C07itinued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Buchanan, P. J Box 42, St. Augustine 4-2-42 

Buchmann, Terry 620 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami 4-23-42 

Buck, Helen Box 84, Howey-in-the-Hills 8-18-41 

Buckles, J. W P. O. Box 403, Palatka 1-9-41 

Buddington, Ella E P. O. Box 221, Stuart 10-4-41 

Buford, Irma, Mrs Box 401, Starke 2-3-41 

Bull, David M Alva 7-10-41 

Bull, H. B 604 Scotland St., Dunedin 4-18-41 

Bullock, Ralph G 627 N. W. 36th St., Miami 10-13-42 

Bunch, R. W 2607 West Cervantes, Pensacola.. 12- 15-41 

Bunch, W. E 1301 N. E. 3rd St., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 1-12-42 

Bunker, Elizabeth L 509 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 5-16-41 

Bunn, J. 941 West Bay St., Jacksonville 7-18-42 

Burcham, Anna W., Mrs...26 S. HoLyv^-cod Ave., Daytona 

Beach 10-19-41 

Burdette, Lorraine 2020 S. W. 6th St., Miami 1-18-41 

Burger, Joseph F 739 Magnolia Ave., Orlando 10-7-42 

Burgess, Ellis Drifton 12-21-41 

Burgess, Frank B 595 W. Main St., Bartow 2-16-42 

Burgess, Myrtle B 206 S. 6th St., Fernandina 3-11-41 

Burgess, T. H 1917 Manuel Drive, Ft. Myers 7-18-41 

Burgoyne, J. C c/o Walker Lumber Co., Pen- 
sacola 3-1-41 

Burgust, P. L Box 117, Apopka 10-11-42 

Burke, B. P 3091 N. W. Flagler Terrace, 

Miami 4-13-42 

Burkett, G. A Box 83, Bartow 9-4-42 

Burkhart, J. F 7936 N. E. 3rd Ave., Miami 3-7-41 

Burkhim, L. J., Jr 826 Holly St., Gainesville 8-13-41 

Burleigh, E. E 132 So. Atlantic Avenue, Day- 
tona Beach 2-14-42 

Burner, Charles L. C Hilliard 10-3-41 

Burnett, C. L 3301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.. 2-3-41 

Burnham, Ouida L 2018 W. Hernando St., Gainesville..ll-26-41 

Burns, Nona B Enterprise 1-28-42 

Bui-ns, Paul M 209 W. King St., St. Augustine.. 12-14-42 

Burns, W. Nat 1257 Messina Avenue, Miami 10-1-41 

Burns, Yula S Barnett Natl. Bk., Jacksonville 7-16-42 

Burnsed, B. R Macclenny 5-3-42 

Burr, Alice S Game & Fresh Water Fish Com., 

Tallahassee 11-9-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 213 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Burr, R. Hudson 1638 S. W. 11th Terrace, Miami... 1-2-42 

Burress, Agnes M Hillsbcro Hotel, Tampa 8-25-42 

Eurris, Grace L c/o Cooke Motor Co., Sarasota.... 3-2-42 

Burroughs, C. E., Jr 503 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale.. 10-3-41 

Burruss, A. E •. 218 N. E. Second Avenue, Miami.. 10-27-41 

Burton, W. Ross 128 N. W. 21st Avenue, Miami 8-8-41 

Burtscher, Alma Box 267, Pensacola 12-24-41 

Busbee, W. W Box 505, Tampa 9-22-41 

Bush, Joe R Drawer 3087, Station "F" Jack- 
sonville 12-20-42 

Bush, Laverne Box 694, Miami 2-19-42 

Buss, Stanley V Box 886. Ft. Lauderdale 7-10-42 

Bussey, Faye G 210 Gunlock St., Tampa 1-18-41 

Bussey, J. W Box 702, DeLand 8-9-41 

Bustelo, Estella P 2417 Harper St., Tampa 11-10-41 

Butler, A. L., Mrs 318 12th St., West Palm Beach 4-1-42 

Butler, B. C P. O. Box 1358,, Delray Beach 7-30-42 

Butler, E. D Chipley 6-3-42 

Butler, Elizabeth R 449 West Flagler St., Miami 2-4-42 

Butler, Gordon T 410 So. Seventh Ave., Fernandina. 12-15-41 

Butler, Helen M 1934 Cordova Ave., Ft. Myers 11-24-42 

Butler, J. H Ill North 5th St., Leesburg 3-8-42 

Butler, Louise Office County Judge, Perry 5-1-41 

Butler, Mary Lorena 232 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 12-28-42 

Buttrey, Elizabeth 100 N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami 7-8-42 

Byers, W. S 18 S. E. 19th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-23-42 

Byrd, Birt C 202 Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 9-3-42 

Byrd, C. A Seville 4-2-42 

Byrd, Curtis Room 218, Bryan Ct. Bldg., Ft. 

Lauderdale 2-21-41 

Byrd, Frank Y Sweet St., Rockledge 1-31-42 

Byrd, W. B 1201 S. W. 32nd Ave., Miami 7-30-42 



Cabot. Arthur 1506 23rd St., Tampa :. 11-26-42 

Cacciatore, Mary G County Judge's Office 10-10-41 

Cade, William R Box 263, Lakeland 10-11-41 

Cadman, George 540 N. W. 24th St.. Miami 10-21-42 

Cady, Beatrice c/o Packard Florida Motors, Jack- 
sonville 1-4-41 

Cagle, H. A 500 West Duval St., Jacksonville.. 3-29-41 



214 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Cagle, W. H 415 N. 4th St., Palatka 9-12-42 

Cahill, G. N 102 Court House, Jacksonville 8-13-42 

Cain, Annie Laurie 472 S. Scenic Highvi^ay, Lake 

Wales 7-14-41 

Cain, Louise Box 912, Lake Wales 8-5-41 

Cain, W. Q 1101 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 4-25-42 

Calderazzi, T. J 924 N. W. 34th St., Miami 11-5-42 

Caldwell, J 312 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville. ..11-16-42 

Caldwell, Manley P 1207 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 3-17-41 

Caldwell, Mildred 1212 Mary St., Jacksonville 6-12-42 

Calhoun, James W 1829 Woodward Ave., Orlando 5-21-42 

Calhoun, Julia C Seville 11-15-41 

Calhoun, Lucy c/o Tampa-Clearwater Bridge Co., 

Tampa 6-25-41 

Calhoun, Randolph Hickory St., Sarasota 9-19-41 

Callahan, G. G First and Olive Sts., West Palm 

Beach 3-31-42 

Callahan, Jenevieve 18 N. W. 23rd Ave., Miami 1-3-41 

Callan, A Hotel Lake Alfred, Lake Alfred--ll-22-41 

Callaway, C. B Rt. 5, Box 11-C, Orlando 3-20-42 

Callaway, I. M 446 Seybold Bldg., Miami 5-4-42 

Callaway, R. L 1207 Florida Ave., West Palm 

Beach 8-18-41 

Callen, Anne Hobe Sound, Box 264 12-20-41 

Callihan, R. M Box 181, Foley 10-10-41 

Calverk, Margaret c/o Bank of Everglades, Ever- 
glades 10-23-42 

Cameron, Alice J 238 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.... 11-3-41 

Cameron, David B 3710 N. W. 17th Ave., Miami 12-11-41 

Cameron, Irene M 1200 Fourth St., North, St. Peters- 
burg 5-8-41 

Cameron, L. C c/o Howard Fertilizer Co., Or- 
lando 9-24-42 

Cameron, Mary Mcintosh 9-29-42 

Cameron, W. Robert 15 S. W. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.. 9-11-41 

Campbell, A. E 17 N. E. 11th St., Miami 1-30-42 

Campbell, Alice M. 207 W. Park Ave., Winter Park 4-23-42 

Campbell, Archie M. Box 462, Gainesville 6-16-42 

Campbell, Artie Lee c/o Clerk Circuit Court, Pensa- 

cola 1-23-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 215 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Campbell, Arthur L 3 Loring St., St. Augustine 8-15-41 

Campbell, Ashley Barnes.. c/o Gibbs Gas Engine Co., Flag- 
ler Avenue, Jacksonville 11-7-41 

Campbell, C. 1 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., Tampa .10-25-41 

Campbell, C. L Crestview 12-7-42 

Campbell, Clyde Laurel Hill 9-4-42 

Campbell, Corinne W 4330 1st Ave., South, St. Peters- 
burg 5-14-42 

Campbell, Florence H 1560 N. W. 51st St., Miami... 11-10-41 

Campbell, H. L Box 1227, Bradenton 2-19-42 

Campbell, Hazel DeFuniak Springs 10-2-41 

Campbell, Joe Ccoirt House, Tallahassee 4-11-42 

Campbell, L. L., Jr c/o First Nat. Bank, Bradenton... .10-10-41 

Campbell, Lloyd Cocoa 8-21-42 

Campbell, Talmadge D 8 West Broadway, Ocala 7-8-41 

Campen, J. G., Jr c/o Mahon & Safer, Jacksonville 1-5-42 

Cannon, Aloysius Thomas508 56th St., West Palm Beach 4-14-42 

Cannon, E. F Box 117, Gainesville 8-11-41 

Cannon, E. Finley, Jr 409 E. Lassiter St., Gainesville 12-8-41 

Cannon, L 106 Court House, Jacksonville 6-13-41 

Canova, Katherine 171 N. W. 91st St., Miami 6-9-41 

Cape, Helen E 2818 S. W. 22nd St., Miami 9-12-41 

Cape, Jonnie L 506y2 Horatio St., Tampa 9-8-42 

Capps, Tillie E 999 S. W. 1st St., Miami 11-5-41 

Caproni, Jeanne G 233 N. W. 1st Ave., Miami 4-16-41 

Caraballo, Martin Tampa Gas Co. Bldg., Tampa 4-14-41 

Caraway, Rebecca M Orange Co. Defense Council, Win- 
ter Garden 7-9-42 

Carden, Bernice P 312 South Beach St., Daytona 

Beach 10-30-42 

Cardwell, Helen E 337 S. W. 29th Read, Miami 1-11-41 

Carey, Aleen Evans 174 San Marco Ave., St. Augus- 
tine 8-2-41 

Carey, Alice Celista 8513 Mulberry St., Tampa 3-3-41 

Carey, Marion N 413 Fleming, Key West 1-9-42 

Carkhuff, L. D Marianna 8-6-41 

Carlisle, C. W 501 1/2 Franklin St., Tampa 5-25-42 

Carlisle, Lawrence c/o Dowling & Camp, Inc., Slater.. 4-9-42 

Carlisle, Rutherford T c/o Treasurer's Office, Tallahas- 
see 1-31-41 

Carlton, Blanch 45 W. 11th St., Jacksonville 8-12-42 



216 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES FUBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Carlton, Smiley 408 Peninsular Life Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 5-15-42 

Carmichael, Evelyn Box 5, Chipley 12-16-42 

Carmichael, P. G 1125 Hubbard St., Jacksonville 12-24-42 

Carmichael, Parks M 1038 E. Arlington St., Gainesville 6-1-42 

Carn, Baxter Citra 7-14-41 

Carnus, Joseph G 6000 Eustace St., Tampa 10-29-41 

Caro, Eagan c/o Security Finance Co., Pen- 

sacola 11-28-42 

Carpenter, A 3243 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami 2-21-42 

Carpenter, A. F., Mrs 115 S. Franklin St., Tampa 2-15-41 

Carpenter, Carolyn Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc., Tampa 4-9-41 

Carpenter, Corydon W Box 173, Bartow 5-30-42 

Carpenter, Dorothy 717 Security Bldg., Miami 1-18-41 

Carpenter, Eunice A Box 404, Riviera 2-14-41 

Carr, Ethel M 7820 N. W. 2nd Court, Miami 11-27-42 

Carr, Geo. S 2523 12th St. South, St. Peters- 

bui-g 5-18-42 

Carr, Owen L 3681 N. W. 2nd Street, Miami 6-7-41 

Carr, Robert S P. O. Box 1911, Orlandc 3-20-42 

Carrera, Frank, Jr 703 Forest Avenue, Tampa 10-5-42 

Carrier, Gertrude 1064 N. W. 29th Terrace, Miami.. 5-11-42 

Carroll, George P. O. Box 6, South Miami 9-18-42 

Carroll, Helen M Roney Plaza Hotel, Miami Beach.. 1-4-41 

Carroll, Myrtle R Maitland 9-19-41 

Carroll, W. D., Jr Bordo Products Co., Winter Haven 3-27-41 

Carroll. Walter C 150 N. E. Second St., Miami 7-30-42 

Carson, Jeanne P 206 Washington St., New Smyrna 

Beach 7-14-42 

Carson, Martha P 108 South Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 6-12-41 

Carswell, R. W Box 789, Daytona Beach 10-27-42 

Carswell, Verdie C 308 Consolidated Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 12-11-41 

Carter, D. M 612 N. Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 8-4-41 

Carter, E. E 1651 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-11-42 

Carter, Etta D 4 Autrey Arcade, Orlando 12-15-42 

Carter, Fae R c/o Railroad Commission, Talla- 
hassee 9-24-42 

Carter, Irma B 316 West Chelsea St., Tampa 7-28-42 

Carter, Joe 216^/2 Cass St., Tampa 4-8-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 217 

NOTARIES PTTBhIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Carter, Myrtle 153 West 6th St., Jacksonville 5-17-41 

Carter, Ira J Newberry 1-13-41 

Carter, M. A Bardin Terrace, Lake City 2-7-41 

Carter, R. R 820 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.. 7-3-41 

Cartwright, M. R P. O. Box 811, Stuart 6-6-41 

Carver, George Live Oak 3-5-41 

Casey, Henrietta L 610 4th St. North, St. Petersburg 7-25-42 

Casey, Mabel 1609 SW 14th St., Miami 3-7-41 

easier, E. T Nichols, Box 115 11-8-41 

Cass, John S Box 364, Pass-a-Grille 4-18-41 

Caster, George B 2505 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 3-5-41 

Castiglia, T. B 208 Wallace S Building, Tampa.... 4-9-41 

Castillo, Ernest, Jr 307 W. Tampania Ave., Tampa.... 2-7-42 

Cate, Mamie Box 289, DeLand 3-22-41 

Cates, A. L 1700 S. W. 17th St., Miami 8-7-42 

Cates, Gladys M Box 221, Jacksonville 9-29-42 

Cathey, Sue Hartridge....2819 N. W. 12th Avenue, Miami 9-25-42 

Cathrae, M. M Eustis, Box 1265 12-16-41 

Catlett, Alese M P- O. Box 1952, Tampa 10-6-41 

Causey, Alma 242 West Howry Avenue, DeLand.. 3-8-41 

Cavaleri, C. H c/o Petroleum Carrier Corp., 

Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville 6-2-41 

Cavalier, Irma C 2475 S. W. 15th St., Miami 6-13-41 

Cavanaugh, Stuart H c/o Telfair Stockton & Co., Jack- 
sonville 3-3-41 

Caves, W. B., Sr 107 N. E. 1st Ave., Homestead. 2-21-41 

Cedar, Anna A 203 E. Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala 10-17-42 

Cellar, Eunice Thresa 4402 Marquette Ave., Jacksonville.. 8-16-41 

Cesery, Carl V 316 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville... 11-24-42 

Chace, Beatrice T 2361 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville. 10-21-42 

Chafer, John W 1095 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami 10-16-42 

Chaires, E. E 813 Grand Central Ave., Tampa.... 5-17-41 

Chamberlain, Elizabeth ..1035 Katherine St., Ft. Myers 7-31-42 

Chamberlain, R. F Box 365, Pahokee 11-14-42 

Chambers, Alice Tallahassee 3-4-41 

Chambers, Clarice S 45 West Central Ave., Orlando 12-23-42 

Chambers, Hazel B 807 Wenona St., Ocala 1-27-41 

Champ, R. S Box 699, Mt. Dora 7-15-41 

Chancellor, John I Box 2323, Jacksonville 4-11-42 

Chancellor, Mrs. L. W Box 4787, Jacksonville 4-17-42 

Chandler, Onnie 3255 N. W. 11th Place, Miami 2-21-42 



218 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Chapin, Harry T 2832 57th St. South, Gulfport 2-3-41 

Chapleau, F. A 46 Southeast 8th St., Miami 12-10-42 

Chapman, Althea P 1825 Barnett Bldg., Jacksc?nville.. 8-12-42 

Chapman, B. L 209 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 10-6-41 

Chapman, Newton D, W...Lamar Hotel, Orlando 11-18-42 

Chapman, Velna 1113 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. 11-10-42 

Chappell, Grace C 2411 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.. 6-8-42 

Chardkoff, Abie Box 721, Jacksonville 9-2-41 

Charles, Faye M 1101 East Broadway, Tampa 4-24-41 

Charles, J. B 709 South Edison Ave., Tampa 10-12-42 

Charlotte, Azile Z 1700 S. W. 10th St., Miami 4-5-41 

Chase, Elizabeth V .322 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville... 6-17-42 

Chase, Frances Box 1720, Lakeland 6-4-42 

Chase, Raymond A. 1520 La Rue Ave., Jacksonville 3-24-41 

Chastain, Thelma M 4124 N. W. 6th Ave., Miami 12-1-41 

Chazal, Jeanne M 1021 E. Franklin St., Ocala 5-15-42 

Cheaney, N. B Box 1382, Ft. Lauderdale 7-23-41 

Cheatham, Ellenor B c/o Watson, Pasco & Brown, Pen- 

sacola 10-29-42 

Cheatham, Isabel B 22 Oleander Ave., Fort Pierce 9-10-42 

Cheatham, Lawson A 755 West Flagler St., Miami 6-21-41 

Cheek, H. H 243 East 13th St., Sarasota 11-14-41 

Cheek, Henry H 1113 E. ColoTiial Drive, Orlando.. ..10-24-42 

Chefneaux, Josephine ....Box 1143, Miami 10-10-41 

Chenault, Anita 509 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 8-11-41 

Cheshire, C. W Lake City 12-22-42 

Cheshire, Sybil C P. O. Box 612, Pompano 4-18-41 

Chesser, Clara Green Cove Springs 3-6-42 

Chester, Louise 353 S. W. 6th St., Miami 10-23-42 

Chevalier, Catherine Route 5, Box 602, Tampa 9-8-42 

Chichester, Ethyle M c/o First National Bank, Palm 

Beach 2-5-41 

Childers, Myrtle W Port St. Joe 11-21-42 

Childs, Elizabeth 1350 Kissengen Ave., Bartow 4-30-41 

Childs, H. W 3669 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 3-21-42 

Chinn, B. S Box 456, South Miami 1-27-41 

Chisholm, V. A 3717 Talleyrand Avenue, Jack- 
sonville - 12-18-41 

Choban, Isabel c/o Bryan & Bryan, 315 1/2 Frank- 
lin St., Tampa 11-2-42 

Chrisman, D. D Box 430, Daytona Beach 2-23-42 

Christian, W. B 2303 Market St., Jacksonville 11-28-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 219 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Christiansen, L. D 2293 Edison Ave., Jacksonville 3-28-41 

Christmas, Walter C 1635 Pearl St., Jacksonville 7-3-41 

Christner, Winifred Box 403, Lakeland 11-10-41 

Christy, Rita 319 East 20th St., Jacksonville 10-14-41 

Chubb, Harry C 501 Fla. National Bk. Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 5-24-42 

Churchwell, J. E Panama City 9-16-41 

Clanton, Mary A 1618 N. W. Thirty Eighth St., 

Miami 11-21-42 

Clark, A. D P. O. Box 1006, Lake Worth 4-6-41 

Clark, Audrey W 1625 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 2-25-42 

Clark, Beatrice D 1512 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami 8-7-41 

Clark, C. L Blountstown 9-12-41 

Clark, Clyde H Greensboro 2-17-41 

Clark, Dorothy c/o Drs. Peavy & Sory, Ft. Lauder- 
dale - 1-13-41 

Clark, Jeanne Room 604, Taylor Bldg., Winter 

Haven 9-3-42 

Clark, Madeline 1607 Pcoice de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 11-14-42 

Clark, Margery R 120 Julia St., Jacksonville 8-12-41 

Clark, Mattie G P. O. Box 207, Tallahassee 1.-29-42 

Clark, Maude 1 3421 N. W. 14th Ave., Miami 11-15-41 

Clark, Modesta E San Carlos Hotel, Pensacola 2-7-42 

Clark, N. M City Atty's Office, Graham Bldg., 

Jacksonville 8-21-41 

Clark, Ned E 413 Brovs^ard St., Jacksonville 8-13-42 

Clark, R. B Box 354, Auburndale 12-17-42 

Clark, R. K 868 N. W. 36th St., Miami 12-10-42 

Clark, Roberta c/o Keen & Allen, Tallahassee 9-24-42 

Clark, Ruth Alberta 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. ..10-17-41 

Clark, S. E c/o Hamiter Distributing Co., 

Tampa 9-10-41 

Clark, Sallie E Box 1248, Orlando 10-17-42 

Clark, Sarah E. 837 10th Ave. North, St. Peters- 
burg 1-28-42 

Clark, Vernon W Box 97, Brooksville 3-11-42 

Clark, William L., Jr 2348 S. W. 23rd Terrace, Miami... .11-15-41 

Clarke, E. (Mrs.) 100 N. W. 79th St., Miami 11-27-42 

Clarke, Elsie J 710 Tangerine Ave., St. Petersbm-g 6-18-42 

Clarke, L L P. O. Box 520, St. Augustine 12-18-42 



220 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PXJBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Clarke, Norma L 140 Oviedo St., St. Augustine 6-13-42 

Clarke, Wesley Thomas....217 South Dixie Highway, So. 

Miami 2-1-41 

Clarson, R. E Box 937, St. Petersburg 7-25-42 

Clary, Alton E Crestview 3-25-41 

Clary, Lutheral Box 373, Crestview 5-16-41 

Clauson, Hazel M 1145 15th Ave. North, St. Peters- 
burg 12-28-42 

Clavel, E. S Wauchula 4-11-42 

Clayton, Colleen B 302 Fla. Bank Building, Orlando.. 2-6-41 

Clayton, E. A Box 26, Gainesville 5-23-42 

Clayton, E. E Box 832, Ocala 5-26-41 

Clayton, Ella L Box 6096, Station B., Miami 4-23-41 

Cleare, Allan B., Jr.. Box 413, Key West 9-20-41 

Cleare, Letitia R 435 SW Third Ave., Miami 3-11-41 

Clein, Hannah 1014 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-31-41 

Clements, B. W Mulberry 2-14-42 

Clements, Bina Jo 32 West Central Ave., Orlando 12-18-41 

Clements, Dorothy L P. O. Box 986, Stuart 8-17-42 

Cleveland, A. L Ft. Meade 8-13-42 

Cleveland, Jean Gill St., Punta Gorda 1-9-41 

Click, J. S P. O. Box 711, Fcrt Myers 8-21-41 

Clifton, Byron Box 143, Princeton 3-13-42 

Clifton, J. M P. O. Box 2236, Palm Beach 1-13-42 

Clifton, Lois M 504 E. Call St., Tallahassee 1-9-42 

Cline. Dollie Sebring 4-27-42 

Clonts, Grace Box 975, Stuart 3-16-41 

Close, J. E Homestead 2-4-42 

Cloutier, Ernest J ....Box 3981, Miami 10-23-42 

Clower, W. T -401 N. W. 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 9-4-41 

Clowes, Howard 1644 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-22-41 

Cloyes, H. G 155 N. W. 158th St., North Miami.. 2-19-42 

Clubbs, Elbert A 1407 East Blount St., Pensacola.... 4-4-41 

Clutz, C. A 986 E. First St., Ft. Myers 10-12-42 

Clyatt, Clyde C Box 2292, Jacksonville 11-7-41 

Clyde, Paul M Route 4, Box 314, Pensacola 12-24-42 

Coachman, H. Lane 1116 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 4-15-42 

Coar, Wilbur G 2450 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-9-42 

Cobb, H. H Jay 4-10-42 

Cobb, Harry P 2241/2 So. Beach Street, Daytcna 

Beach 2-11-42 

Cobb, Marion J Rt. 2, Box 520, St. Petersburg 7-19-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 221 

NOTARIES PVJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Cobb, T. J Rt. 4, Box 131, Pensacola 6-6-42 

Cobb, Thomas T Box 1389, Daytona Bsach 8-11-41 

Cobb, Virginia L 1401 Wellington St., West Palm 

Beach 6-24-42 

Coburn, F. A "03 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 8-2-41 

Coburn, Mary F Interlachen 8-15-41 

Cochrane, J. P P. O. Box 721, West Palm Beach... 1-14-41 

Cochrane, Lucille S 734 Ardmore Road, West Palm 

Beach 11-24-41 

Cocks, Henry J Box 1175, Jacksonville 1-13-41 

Cocroft, Nell, Mrs 1610 Osceola St., Jacksonville 10-26-42 

Coe, John M American Bank Bldg., Pensacola.. 4-15-41 

Cos, Mildred R Box 653, Sarasota 6-23-42 

Coffee, Daphine H 1317 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 11-10-41 

Coffin, Earl F 1829 SW 24th St., Miami 5-19-42 

Cohen, A. M Dallas Park Apts. Hotel, Miami. ..11-18-42 

Cohen, Barney J 1003 East Concord Ave., Orlando.. 2-17-42 

Cohen, Edward 2024 S. W. 21st Terrace, Miami.... 1-2-42 

Cohen, Gertrude 324 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 2-26-42 

Coker, Gladys Wauchula 3-30-41 

Cole, B. D., Jr 218 S. Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 12-20-41 

Cole, Ethel 510 Kerneywood Drive, Lakeland.. 2-17-41 

Cole, Fred E 505 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 3-15-41 

Cole, J. L Box 203, Lake City 1 12-17-41 

Cole, Melvin V 4725 S. W. 8th St., Miami 10-6-42 

Cole, Russell A 1349 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-7-41 

Coleman, Bertram R 1528 duPont Bldg., Miami 2-13-42 

Coleman, C. D 54 S. W. 14th St., Miami 1-24-42 

Coleman, Carol L 525 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 11-2-42 

Coleman, Katherine 1414 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 2-7-41 

Coleman, M c/o Auto License Bureau, Tampa.. 12-20-41 

Coleman, Nedra Box 428, Miami Springs 11-13-42 

Coleman, Vera 4622 S. W. 12th Ave., Miami 1-30-42 

Coles, A. Pickens 307 Tampa Theatre Bid?., Tampa 8-7-42 

Colley, Harris 915 S. W. 2nd Court, Ft. Lauder- 
dale 9-2-42 

Collier, Ida 7200 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami 7-30-42 

Collier, Jennie Venus 11-9-42 

Collins, A. W 102 Court House, Jacksonville 10-26-42 

Collins, Beryl W East College Ave., Tallahassee 8-14-42 

Collins, C. E 243 Parker St., Jacksonville 2-17-41 



222 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBlLlC—tContmued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Collins, Cedric H 310 Main St., Dunedin 10-20-41 

Collins, G. L Box 4861, Miami 8-7-41 

Collins, lone 1932 N. Alabama St., Gainesville.. 4-3-41 

Collins, M. A 203 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 3-11-42 

Collins, M. J. c/o Brooks-Gillespie Motors, Jack- 
sonville 1-23-41 

Collins, M. M c/o Everglades Hotel, Miami 4-24-41 

Collins, M. W 1033 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.. 2-19-41 

Collins, Mary 205 W. Main St., No. Gainesville.. 9-14-42 

Collins, R. E 1190 Swearingen Ave., Bartow 10-3-42 

Collins, W. K Court House, Tallahassee 12-20-41 

Collins, Wynell Bay National Bank, Panama City 2-11-42 

Collum, A. F 200 West 16th St., Sanford 6-15-41 

Colman, H. E 943 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-31-41 

Colorio, Teresa 2238 N. W. 57th St., Miami 12-12-42 

Colson, W. H Box 2460, Jacksonville 1-11-42 

Combee, Murnah Tampa Coca-Cola Bottling Co., 

Tampa 4-13-41 

Combes, Richard C 2904 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Laud- 
erdale 9-12-42 

Combs, Harvey L., Jr 1539 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 1-17-41 

Comer, Betty C Box 786, Lake Wales 1-11-41 

Comer, Mary D, 703 Bisbee Bldg.. Jacksonville 11-8-41 

Comes, Paul M 1530 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-7-42 

Commander, J. M. Box 87, Westville 4-19-42 

Commeford, Isabel 1412 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 1-28-42 

Compte, Ruby ... Crawfordville 4-5-41 

Compton, Geo. O Box 13, Panama City 3-19-42 

Condict, H. V Box 1052, Orlando 11-23-41 

Condon, Mary Shadburn .130 West New York Ave., De- 
Land 8-27-42 

Cone, Johnnie ..Altha 4-16-42 

Cone, W. B Macclenny 9-3-41 

Conger, Georgia Robles....Box 1005, Tampa 2-22-41 

Connally, R. P Box 231, Tampa ....; 9-19-41 

Connell, Bruce c/o Gulf Refining Co., West Palm 

Beach 5-1-41 

Conway, Claude L .2111 Oak St., Palatka 2-2-42 

Conway, J. Paul Titusville 1-31-41 

Cook, Dixie Monticello 11-6-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 223 

NOTARIES PXJBhIC—(Conti7iued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Cook, Dorothy Atkins ....Wingate Bldg., Daytona Beach 10-23-42 

Cook, Fredericka 225 W. Madison St., Tallahassee. . 1-26-42 

Cook, Harry S 702 8th Ave. So., St. Petersburg ... 9-20-41 

Cook, Jean S 304 N. E. 128th St., Miami 7-31-42 

Cook, Joe 412 Haven St., Clearwater 9-4-41 

Cook, John B Apt. 5, 3475 Royal Rd., Coconut 

Grove 4-19-42 

Cook, Lewis E 529 Ingraham Bldg., Miami .-. 2-28-42 

Cook, Robt. L RFD No. 2, Milton 3-12-41 

Cook, Telwyn Box 14, Bunnell 12-20-42 

Cooke, Noel A 719 Fleming St., Key West 4-27-42 

Cooksey, Annie M 917 Arlington Ave., No., St. 

Petersburg 6-3-42 

Cooley, C. E Box 746, Lynn Haven 2-14-42 

Coomes, Annette 3ox 1014, Jacksonville 9-2-41 

Coon, Isaac S Kathleen 4-1-42 

Cooner, Blynda C o/o First Nat. Bank, Palm Beach.. 10-19-42 

Cooney, L. J Box 328, St. Augustine 5-27-41 

Coons, Clyde J. 3ox 271, West Palm Beach 6-2-41 

Coons, Vera H ....'301 No. Palafox St., Pensacola 9-27-41 

Cooper, Arnold E Monticello 9-2-41 

Cooper, Dorothy )13 W. Orange St., Gainesville 2-9-42 

Cooper, E. W 117 S. E. 4th St., Miami 5-30-41 

Cooper, Herbert T Box 5, Bradenton 4-15-42 

Cooper, J. R 361 N. W. 36th St., Miami 7-16-42 

Cooper, Jane R Box 2108, Orlando 6-6-41 

Cooper, L. I Crawfordville 11-10-42 

Cooper, Ruth L. 3612 Watrous Ave., Tampa 9-5-42 

Cope, J. E 120 N. B St., Pensacola 5-28-42 

Copley, Hilda 1217 Security Bldg., Miami 4-12-41 

Corcoran, John B U16 Florida Ave., Tampa 12-28-42 

Cordell, J. W "Vo Florida Nat. Bank, St. Peters- 
burg 12-5-41 

Corey, Leland M 720 Passaic St., Orlando 11-12-42 

Cornelius, J. Oswald 314 Tampa Gas Bldg., Tampa 9-9-42 

Cornish, Margaret l]xchange Nat. Bank, Tampa 2-18-41 

Cosio, Adeline M 1201 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 5-19-41 

Costello, Ralph M 332 County Court House, Miami.... 12-28-42 

Cotton, Iva L 425 N. E. 10th Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale _ 9-24-42 

Cottrell, Edna M ^ross City 3-13-41 

Courson, Marie 211 N. E. 4th Ave., Pompano 2-10-41 



224 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PTJBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Couse, J. M Moore Haven 4-14-42 

Covey, J. W c/o Industrial Savings Bank, 

Daytona Beach 7-21-41 

covey, R. E 207 Realty Bldg., Jacksonville 5-17-41 

Cowan, Tommie T 2336 Liberty St., Jacksonville 9-26-41 

Cowdrey, Bess 314 Trinity Place, West Palm 

Beach 6-9-41 

Cowell, Verne 418 Park St., Jacksonville 2-3-41 

Covi^les, Helen 506 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 11-9-42 

Cowles, Howard D 701 N. Miami Ave., Miami 2-14-41 

Cox, Benj. R c/o County Judge's Office, Or- 
lando 2-1-41 

Cox. E. C Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry, 

Co., Panama City 4-29-41 

Cox, Edna 243 N. W. So. River Drive, Miami.. 1-30-42 

Cox, Elsie 717 Success Ave., Lakeland 8-16-41 

Cox, J. L 1688 S. W. 9th St., Miami 11-2-42 

Cox, Mrs. Kenneth E 1772 West Flagler St., Miami 6-22-42 

Cox, Mercer Wausau 2-20-41 

Cox, Nona Dampier 2111 Myra St., Jacksonville 12-9-42 

Cox, Norman E 327 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 3-11-41 

Cox, Pauline Box 95, Tavares 10-8-42 

Cox, Rebecca 823 Main St., Daytona Beach 5-13-42 

Cox, Roy deVincent 521 S. W. 23rd Road, Miami 3-27-42 

Cox, V. M Montverde 11-9-42 

Coxe, Curtis C 105 Colon Ave., St. Augustine 2-11-42 

Cozatt, A. Isabel 4750 N. E. Miami Court, Miami.... 7-20-42 

Crabtree, Marion W. County Court House, Ft. Lauder- 
dale 4-13-42 

Craig, R. W Craig, Fla 1-11-41 

Cramer, C. O Mulberry 4-15-42 

Crandall, C. R 639 Fern St., West Palm Bsach.... 8-9-41 

Crandall, Charlotte 6107 Garden Ave., West Palm 

Beach 4-17-41 

Crandall, Murray J 1008 Tampa St., Tampa 1-12-42 

Crav/ford, Esther Ann Box 1603, St. Petersburg 3-23-41 

Crawford, George E 408 S. Magnolia, Ocala 2-22-41 

Crawford, Geo. G 120 E. Pensacola, Tallahassee 8-27-42 

Crawford, M. T 208 E. Leon St., Lake City 10-7-42 

Crawford, R. H 139 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville..l2-24-42 

Crawford, Rubye F 579 Gilmore St., Jacksonville 8-13-41 

Crawford, Theressa Riverside Hospital, Manatee 4-13-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 225 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Crawshaw, George A 321 Court House, Miami 1-22-41 

Cray, D. A 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 10-1-42 

Crayford, Ena D Rt. 1, Box 1240, Miami 10-10-42 

Creasey, Louise 6004 Eustace Ave., Tampa 10-15-41 

Creech, Mary Florida Southern College, Lake- 
land 10-1-42 

Creed, Jean 9 North Ocean St., Jacksonville.... 2-5-41 

Creel, J. E DeFuniak Springs 9-3-42 

Crews, Charlene 4143 Lexington Ave., Jacksonville 4-18-42 

Crews, Luella 804 Fla. Nat. Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 3-13-41 

Cribb, G. F 728 Garden Plaza, Orlando 8-7-41 

Cribbens, Edith M 805 Lomax St., Jacksonville 11-27-42 

Cribbs, M. M 232 West Unic-n St., Jacksonville.. 9-12-42 

Crim, Fannie Chipley 2-10-42 

Crim, Harry C 1301 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami 2-19-41 

Cring, C. K 206 NE 15th Terrace, Miami 4-30-42 

Cringle, Anna M 1709 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 6-25-41 

Cringle, Edward J 2901 Ponce de Leon, Coral Gables..l0-10-41 

Crisp, Frank W 564 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.... 3-19-42 

Criswell, Geo. L Box 1311, West Palm Beach 10-29-41 

Critchlow, Alma Cobb ...1672 Alton Road, Miami Beach.... 2-7-41 

Critchlow, W. H Haines City 4-2-42 

Croasdell, Cameron W 250 Phelps St., Jacksonville 1-6-41 

Crocker, O. Lamar Trenton 9-15-41 

Crockett, S. A 4077 Tangerine, St. Petersburg.... 7-24-41 

Cromer, Fannie E Ill West Adams St., Jacksonville 8-21-42 

Crompton, F. L 217 West Broadway, Ocala 3-6-41 

Crooke, J. J Box 721, Pensacola 3-5-42 

Crooms, G. V. (Miss) 704 Broad St., Jacksonville 1-24-41 

Crosby, C. E Wesconnett 2-14-42 

Crosby, Don Rt. 2, Box 1290, St. Petersburg.. 1-23-42 

Crosby, Joan C Box 865, Vero Beach 10-9-42 

Crosby, Robt. G Yukon 3-12-42 

Cross, Mozelle H Riddle Aero Institute, Arcadia .... 3-12-42 

Crowder, J. Fred 1304 S. W. 36th Ave., Miami 8-7-42 

Cruikshank, L. A 17 N. Ocean St., Jacksonville 5-5-41 

Crump, Frank J 1440 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-24-41 

Crumpton, Elva 218 Anthony Road, Ocala 4-23-41 

Cruse, H. G Bell 1-9-42 



226 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

C?rutchfleld, A, J Graceville 12-26-42 

Cruzan, Katherine B Mayflower Hotel, Jacksonville 1-17-42 

Cruze, Alma M 119 Morse Blvd., Winter Park 9-14-42 

Cruze, Jane P 601 N. W. 7th St., Miami 9-14-42 

Cubberly, H. L 1770 N. W. 32nd St., Miami 3-21-41 

Cuddeback, Eugene P 920 Coral St., Tampa 2-2-42 

Cuesta, Oscar 2106 Twelfth St., Tampa 8-13-42 

Culbertson, Julia 507 Court House, Miami 1-22-41 

Culbreath, J. K Box 510, Palatka 8-11-41 

Culbreth, E. M 745 Flamingo Drive, West Palm 

Beach 2-16-42 

Cullen, Blanche J c/o Brannon & Brown, Lake City 4-9-42 

Culler, J. 2319 16th Ave., Bradenton 2-11-41 

CuUey, Joseph A., n 210 E. Pensacola St., Tallahassee.. 10-2-42 

Cumbie, Cora Lee .. Box 1646, Orlando 7-5-41 

Cummings, John W 1324 Manatee Ave., Bradenton 7-11-42 

Cunio, H. E 2734 N. W. 22nd Court, Miami 5-1-41 

Cunio. R. E 666 N. W. 5th St., Miami 7-19-41 

Cunningham, E Box 387, Tampa 9-27-42 

Cunningham, Melbourne.. 102 Ave, B., S. E., Winter Haven... 3-6-41 

Currington, Madge *Box 1086, Orlando 7-11-41 

Curry, Cecil C 1104 1st Trust Bldg., Miami 3-19-42 

Curry, Clarice 120 E. Kaley Ave., Orlando 10-20-42 

Curry, Elizabeth Box 643, Clearwater 5-12-42 

Curry, Frances 220 Civic Bldg., Miami 4-16-41 

Curry, Jewel 434 E. Tarpon Ave., Tarpon 

Springs 2-4-41 

Curry, L. Earl 1226 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 11-26-41 

Curry, Thomas B 801 N. Miami Ave., Miami 4-16-41 

Curtis, C. H Box 625, Zephyrhills 11-10-42 

Cusmano. Josephine Box 2558, Tampa 12-15-42 

D 

Dabbs, Bessie 1416 East Strong St., Pensacola.... 3-6-41 

Dack, Marguerite 1210 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 11-10-41 

Baffin, James R 114 Harrison Ave., Panama City.... 6-6-42 

D'Alemberte, J. H., Jr P. O. Box 711, Pensacola 2-19-41 

Dalloz, Magdalen 2115 Pearl Street, Jacksonville 12-24-42 

Dalton, E. C 1400 Georgia Ave., West Palm 

Beach 8-27-42 

Dalton, Joe W. 408 Franklin St., Tampa 3-19-42 



- OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 227 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— rConiwiwed; 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
■NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN" 



Dalton, L. N „ ..861 13th Ave., No., St. Peters- 
burg 1-21-42 

Dalton, Laura 222 Park Ave., Palm Beach. 3-13-41 

Daly, John Grant 311 Cincinnati Parkway, Clear- 
water 1-30-42 

Daly, Ingrid N Box 471, Pensacola 11-24-41 

Dana, Alfred 2 Davis Blvd., Tampa 11-21-42 

Dane, K. M 774 S. W. 1st St., Miami 4-30-42 

Dane, Katherine L 5600 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-23-42 

Daniel, Catherine 1033 13th Ave. So., St. Peters- 
burg 3-29-41 

Daniel, Fred W., Jr 951 Kings Road, Jacksonville 3-26-41 

Daniel, Robert E 39 Fullerwood Drive, St. Augus- 
tine 6-3-42 

Daniel, Thelma 1104 N. E. 16th St., Ft. Lauderdale 12-4-42 

Daniel, W. E P. O. Drawer 61, Ft. Lauderdale. 11-21-42 

Daniel, W. R „105 E, Lafayette St., Tampa 6-28-41 

Daniels, Frank 53 E. 1st St., Ft. Myers 7-7-41 

Daniels, Mable 1 6820 N. W. 15th Ave., Miami 10-31-42 

Dankert, Don Sheldon Aragon Hotel, Jacksonville 12-1-42 

Dann, Ida County Welfare Agent, Clearwater 11-1-41 

Darby, A. Morley 806 American Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Pensacola 10-29-41 

Darby, Chas. H „.5980 N. E. 4th Ave., Miami 10-15-41 

Darby, W. L Box 684, Jacksonville Beach 4-23-42 

Dargan, H. G 269 N. W. 8th St., Miami 5-28-41 

Darnell, F. W., Jr 648 West Concord Ave., Orlando.. 4-24-41 

Dart, J. L., Jr c/o Telfair Stockton Co., Jack- 
sonville 6-13-41 

Darwin, Dorothy c/o M. B. Newman Co., Miami 2-7-42 

Dasher, D. T 821 West Emma St., Lakeland 11-14-41 

Dasher, Frances Lurline..753 N. W. 46th St., Miami 8-7-41 

Datson, Margaret M c/o American Red Cross, Talla- 
hassee 5-23-42 

Daughtrey, Gertrude B c/o McCune, Hiassen & Fleming, 

Ft. Lauderdale 3-31-41 

Davenport, A. R Box 337, Winter Park 3-3-42 

Davenport, Norma P. O. Box 4968, Jacksonville 3-10-42 

Davidson, Elsie Prudence. .314 Delannoy Ave., Cocoa 12-14-42 

Davidson, Fred T P. O. Box 104, Chiefland 5-14-42 

Davidson, Mamie 129 West Adams St., Jackscmville.. 3-15-41 



228 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Davidson, Marion A 903 1st Fed. Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 10-16-41 

Davidson, Nadine 3317 Swann Ave., Tampa 8-18-41 

Davies, Claire 845 17th St., No., St. Petersburg... 8-26-41 

Davis, A. G 1662 Flagler Ave., Jacksonville 2-24-42 

Davis, A. M 2908 Bavista Ave., Tampa 8-3-42 

Davis. B. C c/o State Comptroller, Tallahas- 
see 9-8-41 

Davis, C. Mae 804 Fifth St., Miami Beach 11-22-41 

Davis, Catherine H P. O. Box 660, Bradenton 8-22-41 

Davis, Clark B c/o Haven Hotel, Winter Haven.... 9-5-41 

Davis, Dorothy P 1605 Goodwin St., Jacksonville.... 6-6-42 

Davis, Edith S c/o Davis Islands, Inc., Tampa 9-9-41 

Davis, Mrs. Edna C. Bartow 6-8-42 

Davis, Elizabeth 'Vviation Dept. Municipal Airport, 

Miami 12-3-41 

Davis, Elvert M P. O. Box 147, Tallahassee 1-9-42 

Davis, Evelyn Ann 1301 3rd St., So., St. Petersburg..l0-15-41 

Davis, Evelyn G Box 4226, Jacksonville 3-28-42 

Davis, Evelyn Virginia ....c/o Dr. A. M. Bidwell, Tampa 5-13-41 

Davis, Frank C 103 So. 10th St., Fernandina 7-29-42 

Davis, Geneva ^..305 Law Exchange Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 12-17-42 

Davis, Gladys 116 N. E. 29th St., Miami 3-4-42 

Davis, James G 38 N. W. 53rd St., Miami 3-4-42 

Davis, Jessie Clarice 2636 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-14-42 

Davis, Jewell A 505 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.... 8-22-42 

Davis, Joe W ^^:936 Burlington Ave. No., St. 

Petersburg 3-10-41 

Davis, John Berry Box 63, Palatka 9-19-42 

Davis, Katherine L c/o Claude L. Gray, Orlando 11-19-42 

Davis, Kathryn Louise ....First Natl. Bank, Miami 1-10-41 

Davis, L. C 27 S. W. 6th St., Dania 12-14-42 

Davis, L. M 3102 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 2-1-42 

Davis, Lalla Auburndale 1-10-42 

Davis, Lee Beaty P. O. Box 591, Palatka 12-17-41 

Davis, Marline L 610 South Floral Ave., Bartow 1-25-41 

Davis, Martha G 11 Bridge St., St. Augustine 9-11-42 

Davis, Mattie Belle 1008 Congress Bldg., Miami 1-24-42 

Davis. McK. J c/o Co. Judge's Office, Jackson- 
ville 2-2-42 

Davis, Myrna E Tallahassee 4-16-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORmA 229 

NOTARIES P^JBlAr— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Davis, O. C 40 East Fifty-ninth St., Jackson- 
ville 7-5-42 

Davis, Robbie 101 West Flagler St., Miami 3-4-42 

Davis, S 1016 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-23-41 

Davis, Sammie L 925 W. Weaver St., Jackscnville.... 7-8-42 

Davis, Sarah E c/o St. Petersburg Times, St. 

Petersburg 7-17-42 

Davis, Sarah E 224 North 4th St., Palatka 4-5-41 

Davis, Tom R Lake City 4-9-41 

Davis, W. L Highland City 11-23-41 

Davis, Winifred G c/o Knight & Thompson, Tampa . 8-9-42 

Davis, Wm. Mahlon 905 Cleveland St., Clearwater 5-2-41 

Davison, Gladys M White Springs 9-3-42 

Dawson, Hollis Burl 313 Datura St., West Palm Beach. 10-30-41 

Day, Gertrude B 226 South Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 12-11-42 

Day, Lonnie 1501 Fla. Ave., Tampa 9-23-42 

Dayton, John H 255 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 5-31-42 

de Angucra F Avon Park 12-1-42 

DeArmona, Hazel c/o 1st Fed. Savings & Loan Asso., 

West Palm Beach 5-16-42 

Deacon, John R., Jr ,.Pass-a-Grille Beach 4-6-42 

Dean, H. Jefferson 521 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-22-42 

Dean, Lucille W c/o Dept. Public Inst., Tavares.. 5-8-42 

Dean, Mary C 310 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. 9-16-41 

Dean, T. M c/o Proctor and Proctor, Talla- 
hassee 10-3-41 

Dean, W. Gordon Sanford 9-11-42 

Deane, Florence 3202 Knights Ave., Tampa 5-18-42 

Dearinger, Farrell E c/o Security Finance Co., Pensa- 

cola 8-21-42 

DeBartolomeis, Lydia 1931 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 2-21-41 

Da Bella, Agatha 1201 South Boulevard, DeLand.... 3-23-42 

DeBrovy, L. F P. O. Box 767, Tampa 9-28-42 

Dschantsreiter, J. B 601 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami.... 1-23-42 

De Coudres, Marie 2406 Liberty St., Jacksonville 3-31-42 

DaGange, Naomi J 6656 Oakwood Ave., Jacksonville.. 3-4-42 

DeHaven, S. E Box 647, Palatka 1-30-42 

Dehon, Theodore Box 631, Stuart 2-3-42 

Dekle, Corella c/o Keen and Allen, Tallahassee.. 4-14-42 

de Lacee, Carl c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola.. 4-2-41 

Delaney, H. Leonella 400 Whitehead St., Key West 2-22-41 



230 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUB1j1C~( Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Delbridge, Frank E 787 N. E. 85th St., Miami 10-31-42 

Delgado, Amado Box 569, Tampa 10-9-41 

deLorenzi, Lucille B 414 Magnolia Drive, Clearwater.. 12-4-42 

DeNise, H. E 31 N. W. 8th St., Miami 9-20-42 

Denman, J. D Ft. Myers Beach, Ft. Myers 1-23-42 

Denmark, Harold E 217 Hogan St., Jacksonville 1-16-42 

Dennis, Anthony R 708 Broad St., Jacksonville 2-12-42 

Dennis, M. E ,c/o Crandon Drug Co., Miami 10-3-42 

Dent, L. H 801 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 10-11-41 

Denton, Frank E 9 Renaurt Ai-cade, Coral Gables.. 3-14-42 

Denton, R. W Box 3486, Jacksonville 11-16-42 

Denton, Sara C ....c/o Beckwith-Holmes Co., Inc., 

Tampa 5-13-42 

Denton, Valedia W Box 106, Auburndale 7-6-42 

Depkin, William 207 Congress Bldg., Miami 4-11-41 

DeShaw, Marjorie H 534 W. Penn Avenue, DeLand 5-11-42 

DeTienne, E. E P. O. Box 261, Winter Haven 8-10-42 

Detwiler, A. E ......106 South H. St., Lake Worth 10-29-41 

Deutsch, Ethel H 1435 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 5-2-41 

DeVane, Frances S 1401 W. Main St., Leesburg 3-9-42 

Devery, Elaine M. Box 668, Miami 7-10-42 

de Vore, Evelyn 2128 S. W. 3rd Ave., Miami 1-27-41 

Devore, Georgia 2047 N. Miami Ave., Miami 7-30-42 

Dewell, Mary Frances Box 1105, Haines City 7-11-42 

Dewey, Donna L c/o Family Finance Service, Inc., 

Orlando 6-4-42 

Dewey, Grace L 11 Cross St., Punta Gcrda 2-24-42 

DeWitt, Josephine H 120 Palmola Drive, Lakeland 2-5-41 

Dey, W, C 658 N. W. 30th St., Miami 5-24-41 

Deyoreo, Lillian Kissimmee Hotel, Kissimmee 11-9-42 

Diamond, Susan M 1633 Berwick Rd., Jacksonville.... 1-8-42 

Diaz, Gloria 1014 17th Ave., Tampa 12-31-41 

Diaz, Grace P. O. Box 1033, Tampa 10-19-42 

Diaz, Louis 2402 Ninth Ave., Tampa 3-18-42 

Dick, Chas. W 201 Michigan Ave., Daytona 

Beach 10-30-42 

Dick, Frank J ™3936 Main Highway, Coconut 

Grove 1-15-41 

Dicken, R. H 1104 Upland Road, West Palm 

Beach 3-27-41 

Dickens, Estelle Woodward Ave., Port St. Joe 5-14-41 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 231 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Dickens, Hyman B Motor Vehicle Dept., Tallahassee.. 2-1-41 

Dickey, J. P Hector Bldg., Pt. Lauderdale 9-12-42 

Dickinson, Alfred Bonita Springs 10-18-42 

Dickinson, Edna T Box 1272, Bradenton 8-4-42 

Dickinson, G. M P. O. Box 365, DeLand 2-24-41 

Dickinson, Margaret M...c/o Lee and Pomeroy, Tampa 12-20-41 

Dickinson, W. E 3406 Gables Court, Tampa 3-18-42 

Dicks, D. L., Jr 845 Escambia St., Jacksonville 1-24-41 

Dickson, R. C Peoples Water Service Co., War- 
rington 8-26-42 

Dietz, John T 222 S. E. 2nd Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 8-31-42 

Dilg, Lois F P. O. Box 490, Hollywood 8-8-42 

Dillard, Elizabeth Service Club No. 2, Camp Bland- 

ing 5-6-42 

Dimitry, Harold T P. O. Box 790, Pensacola 8-10-42 

Ditty, D. B Park Blvd., Pinellas Park 5-13-41 

Dixon, A. J Esto 4-11-41 

Dixon, Edna M 619 W. Myrtle St., Lakeland 2-7-41 

Dixon, Geneva S Bc?x 155, Ft. Lauderdale 10-7-41 

Doane, Ada M 205 Graham Building, Jackson- 
ville 2-19-42 

Dobson, Ada W P. O. Box 371, Dade City 5-12-42 

Dockrey, Mazie 2463 S. W. 13th St., Miami 10-27-41 

Dodd, L. N Box 1257, Miami 11-28-41 

Dodge, R. D Box 2403, Miami 6-2-42 

Dodson, Floyd E 529 Grand Ave., Winter Haven 1-24-42 

Dolive, Frank A Box 3237, Station P., Jackson- 
ville 7-12-41 

Doll, Charles c/o State Road Dept., Bartow 3-26-41 

Dominick, Helen 215 N. E. 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 4-23-42 

Donahue, Rita A Box 96, Jacksonville 8-17-42 

Donaldson, Eva c/o Agricultural Experiment Sta., 

Gainesville 10-11-41 

Donaldson, Olive 1907 Tyler St., Jacksonville 5-18-42 

Donnelly, A. E P. O. Box 87, Daytona Beach 10-24-42 

Donovan, Tyre Frostproof 10-26-42 

Dooley, D. J. ...420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 4-25-42 

Dooley, F. C Box 503, Belle Glade 10-30-41 

Dooley, S.P Box 1622, Ft. Lauderdale 4-23-42 

Doris, Frances 590 N. W. 31st St.. Miami 3-26-42 

Dorn, Nell C 226 Halcyon Arcade, Miami 4-17-42 



232 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Dorris, G. C 100 N. W. 79th St., Miami 4-26-41 

Dorsey, A. T 132 Soutli Court St., Orlando 7-28-42 

Dosh, lola G 2644 S. W. 31 Place, Miami 1-10-41 

Doss, Tula Mae P. O. Box 1265, Lake Alfred 8-12-42 

Douberley, Myrtice 1st Natl. Bank, Lake City 10-9-41 

Douglas, A. M P. O. Box 455, Panama City 3-14-41 

Douglas, Barton T 205 West Main St., No. Gaines- 
ville 5-10-41 

Douglas, L. Y Davey-McMuUen Bldg., Clear- 
water 1-14-41 

Douglas, Lillian Dorothy..2765 Vernon Terrace, Jackson- 
ville 7-15-42 

Douglas, Marion C „.c/o City Hall, DeLand 5-27-42 

Douglass, S. C 2211 Broadway, Fort Myers 2-14-42 

Dow, Elizabeth B c/o State Bd. Beauty Culture Ex., 

Miami 1-27-41 

Dow, W. E 909 Florida Ave., Tampa 4-28-42 

Dowling, Frank B 716 Olympia Bldg., Miami 9-21-42 

Dowling, J. B Alliance 6-12-41 

Dowling, Orvis Earle P. O. Box 114, DeLand 1-28-41 

Dowling, W, B 716 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.... 4-9-41 

Dowling, W. H 4107 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville 9-2-42 

Downey, Mary C P. O. Box 1049, Jackscnville 12-24-42 

Downing, Ethelee Gaskins 315 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville.. 3-23-42 

Dowsing, D. E 909 First Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami.. 9-12-42 

Doying, Prank W. 5643 S. W. 5th St., Miami 12-11-42 

Doyle, Ethel M 1301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 5-11-42 

Dozier, Lamar B 238 Main St., Sarasota 11-10-42 

Dozier, W. P Box 1300, Sarasota 4-20-42 

Drake, Betty , 626 N. W. 40th St., Miami 11-19-42 

Drake, E. Harvey Lutz 3-27-42 

Drake, Frank 1106 E. Fifth St., Ocala 10-29-42 

Drake, G. H c/o So. Bell Tel. & Telegraph Co., 

Jacksonville 1-6-41 

Drake, Teresa 340 Melrose Drive, Miami Springs 7-11-41 

Drake, Willie C Inverness 9-1-42 

Drayton, Elizabeth 1313 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. 8-12-41 

Orebert. Oliver F 489 N. E. 101st St., Miami Shores.. 11-15-41 

Drew, J. D. Box 416, Jacksonville 12-2-42 

Drews, Florence E 605 Lincoln Bldg., Miami Bsach.... 11-13-41 

Driscoll, Laura DennistonFla. Public Service Co., Eustis 2-23-42 

Dron, Louis P. O. Box 3, Tampa 8-9-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 233 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Drummond, M. B American Bank Bld^., Miami 4-11-41 

Drummond, W. A 820 Valencia Ave., Miami 5-1-42 

Dryden, J. C 3805 Ola Ave., Tampa 12-8-41 

Drymon, Ben J 125 Ncrth Pineapple Ave., Sara- 
sota 4-22-41 

Dubler, Kathryn R RR No. 2, Lake Weir Rd., Ocala.... 4-21-41 

DuBose, Edith P 327 Beymer Bldg., Winter Haven.. 10-31-42 

DuBose, Kathryn M c/o Personnel Office, Construction 

Quartermaster, Camp Blanding 10-3-41 

DuBose, Robbie 113 Court House, Jacksonville 12-14-42 

Ducey, Thomas J 711 Twiggs St., Tampa 4-30-41 

Duddleson, Estella 1828 Harrison St., Hollywood 6-15-42 

Duffy, Joseph T 2007 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 8-12-41 

Duffy, Louise „...7424 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 4-4-41 

Duggan, W. T P. O. Box 52, Lakeland 4-29-41 

Duggan, Winnie L 1512 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami 11-21-42 

Duggcr, Loyco P. O. Box 135, Macclenny 3-5-42 

Dugger, M. C 1524 San Marco Blvd., Jackson- 
ville 1-11-41 

Duhart, H. L 909 Sanfcrd Ave., Sanford 6-12-41 

Duke, Louise 1005 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. 2-5-42 

Dunbar, Rose Lee Fla. State Prison, Raiford 10-18-42 

Dunbar, W. E P. O. Box 705, Jacksonville 

Beach 12-22-42 

Duncan, C. E Tavares 11-5-42 

Duncan, E. Alexander ....P. O. Box 363, Ortega, Jackson- 
ville 7-19-41 

Duncan, Enola H 461 N. E. 52nd Terrace, Miami 9-12-42 

Dunham, David R Box 179, St. Augustine 10-15-42 

Dunham, John N 407 Delanney Ave., Cocoa 11-20-42 

Dunigan, M. F 134 S. W. 13th St., Miami 9-9-42 

Dunlap, Mary M 4237 S. W. 7th St., Miami 6-22-42 

Dunlap, T. F P. O. Box 4861, Miami 8-7-41 

Dunn, Elizabeth J c/o Commercial Credit Corp., 

Tampa 3-17-41 

Dunn, J. W 604 Beach Court, Fort Pierce 1-20-42 

Dunn, Morey P. O. Box 2481, West Palm Beach 7-1-42 

Dunn, Wm. Jennings 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 6-22-42 

Dunne, I. M 121 S. E. 1st St., Miami 5-18-42 

Dunphy, May 7522 N. W. 1st Court, Miami 9-12-41 

Du Pare, Florence c/o H. H. Taylor, Ingraham Bldg., 

Miami 9-6-42 



234 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

duPont, Lois 1274 N. W. 7th St., Miami 1-29-42 

Dupuis, Mary 1718 South Lime St., Ocala 2-12-41 

Burden, W. P ^131 Schofield St., Jacksonville 10-28-41 

Durrance, B. A Fairbanks 10-15-42 

Durrance, Goldie Okeechobee 5-9-42 

Durrance, Helen -113 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 2-8-41 

Durrance, L. B 1365 Swearingen St., Bartow 6-5-41 

Durst, Frank D _2110 Marjorie Ave., Tampa 8-5-42 

Dusenbery, May 902 S. W. 13th Ct., Miami 12-18-41 

DuVal, H. P 1319 Miami Road, Jacksonville 5-23-42 

Dye, John B., Jr Box 821, Ft. Lauderdale 10-20-41 

Dye, Paul E 221 Bryan Arcade, Ft. Lauderdale 3-21-41 

Dyer, Hesta ^..506 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 8-24-42 

Dyer, Thomas A 1117 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 3-5-42 

Dyson, Elizabeth H. 718 20th St., Bradenton 10-20-42 

E 

Eady, Dorothy 1220 Palmer St., Orlando 9-26-41 

Early, Carolyn P 1458 N. W. South River Drive, 

Miami 12-12-42 

Early, John L „«.,-416 Palmer Nat. Bank Bldg., Sara- 
sota 10-8-41 

Earnest, C. H 214 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 8-12-42 

Eason, Agnes I -Box 659, Hialeah 12-29-42 

Easterling, Ethel S c/o Bradenton Herald, Bradenton 9-22-42 

Eastham, Jerome F Bc?x 67, DeFimiak Springs 3-16-42 

Eaton, C. T 168 Sunset Ave., Palm Beach 10-21-42 

Eaton, Elsa H Box 104, Riverside Sta., Miami 7-14-41 

Eaton, Thelma Duff 505 Park St., West Palm Beach.... 1-16-41 

Ebbing, E. B * 733 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville.... 4-14-41 

Eberhardt, Pearl E 1115 Westward Drive, Miami 

Springs 10-30-42 

Eberle, Louise Box 3003, Orlando 12-13-41 

Eberts, H. C Box 2799, Miami 1-30-42 

Ebner, Oliver 206 West Church St., Orlando 10-8-41 

Eby, R. J 2028 N. W. 5th St., Miami 5-7-41 

Eckhardt, Lula B 905 White St., Key West 3-18-42 

Eckhoff, Anne Box 702, Vero Beach 9-8-42 

Eckles, H. T Box 86, Ojus 12-11-42 

Eddy, James W Box 1762, West Palm Beach 7-1-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 235 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Edelen, F, S 1201 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 9-21-42 

Edelman, Helen 236 West Flagler St., Miami 1-29-41 

Edenfield, Ruth Box 207, Lakeland 6-25-41 

Edge, Lula J Niceville 3-14-42 

Edmondson, C. H 618 South Beach St., Daytona 

Beach 10-23-41 

Edwards, Cullen W Mayo 10-1-41 

Edwards, Elizabeth Route 8, Box 953, Jacksonville 9-4-42 

Edwards, Elizabeth Box 348, Pensacola 1-23-41 

Edwards, Isabelle 1622 Hendricks Ave., South Jack- 
sonville 10-21-42 

Edwards, James G Box 1174, Jacksonville 2-16-42 

Edwards, John K., Jr c/o Pensacola Buggy Works, Pen- 
sacola 3-12-41 

Edwards, L. G 172 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-7-41 

Edwards, Leroy S.. 6812 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 2-9-42 

Edwards, Lillian 128 N. E. 1st St., Miami 7-30-42 

Edwards, Loanna 521 S. W. Sixth St., Miami 9-22-41 

Edwards, M. E c/o Sears Roebuck Company, Pen- 
sacola 2-17-41 

Edwards, N. C 1807 Hendricks Ave., So., Jack- 
sonville 9-24-41 

Bgert, Leonard G 914 Seybold Bldg., Miami 8-22-41 

Eggert, C. W 200 S. Palafox St., Pensacola 7-23-41 

Ehlerding, J. G c/o Smith Const. & Engineering 

Co., Box 108, Valpariso 7-16-42 

Ehrlich, Irving R 1228 N. W. 2nd St., Miami 3-7-41 

Eide, June -Marie Box 129, North Miami ,... 2-21-41 

Eiselstein, Susie 1107 Mass. Ave., St. Cloud 11-22-41 

Eklund, E. B 116 West 5th Ave., Tallahassee 11-24-42 

Eldridge, Ethel Blanche ...130 Ivy Lane, Daytona Beach 8-13-41 

Eldridge, T. Fay 215 Tampa Gas Bldg., Tampa 3-29-41 

Elkin, Shirley 548 S. W. 13th Ave., Miami 10-31-41 

EUefson, Inez Box 2012, West Palm Beach 1-14-41 

Elliott, Alberta 2007 East Avery St., Pensacola.... 5-1-41 

Elliott, Jessie 218 Live Oak Ave., Daytona Beach 7-20-42 

Elliott, Mildred D Box 497, Homestead 12-15-41 

Elliott, Shirley B 209 West Alva, Tampa 4-28-41 

Elliott, Wooda B 44 Jefferson St., Orlando 9-11-41 

Ellis, E. P 707 Olympia Bldg., Miami 2-13-41 

Ellis, Edythe Box 94, Jasper 12-6-41 

Ellis, Geo. M. 4550 Notter St., Jacksonville 3-24-42 



236 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBUC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Ellis, Grace 1120 Graham Bldg., Jackscnville.. 11-23-42 

Ellis, T. B., Jr Box 551, Fort Pierce 11-6-41 

Ellsworth, Walter W 122 E. Main St., Lakeland 4-6-41 

Elsberry, James Roy Box 1244, Tampa 3-17-41 

Elton, John II 319 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville..l0-20-41 

Elton, T. B 324 East 7th St., Jacksonville 5-9-41 

Elvery, D. B c/o Peoples Oil Co., Tampa 3-15-41 

Ely, J. A Deerfield 9-22-41 

Emerine, Herold V Rt. 1, Box 196, Lake Worth 7-21-41 

Emery, Paul H .56 Sixth St., South, St. Peters- 
burg 3-21-41 

Endsley, E>ee 210 N. Monrca St., Tallahassee 6-11-41 

Engel, H. J Valparaiso 1-26-42 

Engelberger, J. C 1216 E. Powhattan Ave., Tampa.... 5-23-42 

Engelhardt, Leo. W 736 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach.. 5-29-42 

Engle, Delia Kissimmee 12-11-42 

Ennis, C. L 3626 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 8-14-42 

Ennis, John A 102 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 4-18-42 

Enslov/, Dorothy E 445 N. E. 13th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 7-2-41 

Entin, Saul S 513 Postal Building, Miami 2-21-41 

Epstein, Joseph 335 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.... 12-3-41 

Erben, Philip Van R 5100 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-6-42 

Erickson, Ethel Box 605, DeLand 1-5-42 

Erickson, Lucile .344 S. W. 13th Ave., Miami 3-28-41 

Erickson, Margaret L 905 Laurel Ave., Sanford 8-12-42 

Erickson, Pearl Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 9-10-41 

Ermes, Rudolf J 4011 San Luis, Tampa 5-20-42 

Erskin, R. S Box 271, Lake Worth ■. 4-14-42 

Ertzberger, Louise 8298 N. E. 3rd Ave., Miami 5-7-41 

Erwin, James W 2707 Ridgewood, Tampa 1-24-42 

Esquinaldo, Enrique, Jr.. .326 Division St., Key West 7-24-41 

Esters, R. L 5137 Fi'emont Ave., Jacksonville.. 6-11-42 

Etheredge, Paul W 2795 Park St., Jacksonville 5-31-41 

Etheridge, Frederick W Box 1723, West Palm Beach 12-31-42 

Etherton, D. M 4065 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville.. 1-12-42 

Eubank, Catherine City Hall, New Smyrna Beach 8-19-42 

Eubank, Elizabeth 125 East 20th St., Jacksonville 7-31-42 

Eulenfeld, F. E 840 N. Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville.... 4-2-42 

Evans, Amelia Mae 1030 4th St., North, St. Peters- 
burg 11-21-41 

Evans, C. G Box 4, Gainesville 12-8-42 

Evans, Don G 6730 N. W. 5th Ave., Miami 4-3-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 237 

NOTARIES PVBUC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Evans, E. B 520 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 4-22-41 

Evans, George M c/o Free Press Publishing Com- 
pany, Tampa 8-11-41 

Evans, Grace B 501^2 Franklin St., Tampa 3-29-41 

Evans, Herbert N Box 696, Lake Worth 1-13-41 

Evans, J. P Box 242, Niceville 5-27-41 

Evans, Lilly Mae Daytona Beach Boat Works, Inc., 

Daytona Beach 4-8-41 

Evans, Mary A 2307 Pence de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 12-10-41 

Evans, Myra E 723 North J Street, Lake Worth.. 1-10-42 

Evans, Paul 1 1939 Main St., Jacksonville 4-20-42 

Evans, Philip A 311 Manatee Avenue, Bradenton.... 10-20-41 

Evans, Rupert F 1355 Ingleside Ave., Jacksonville.. 5-2-41 

Everitt, A. T Carrabelle 12-24-42 

Everitt, B. Atwell Box 32, Pensacola 11-27-42 

Evers, Lulu 1510 Security Bldg., Miami 3-27-42 

Everson, Florence Hastings 12-12-42 

Ewing, A. A ..529 N. W. 56th St., Miami 11-12-41 

Ewing, D. A Panama City Beach, St. Andrews 5-13-42 

Ezell, Henry L 2310 Manatee Ave., Bradenton 5-16-41 

P 

Faber, Regina 63rd St. & Collins Ave., Miami 

Beach 11-22-41 

Fageros, Helen 3200 S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami 6-29-42 

Faggioni, Francis 1617 E. Lloyd St., Pensacola 3-20-41 

Fairbanks, Harvey P. O. Box 1545, West Palm Bsach.. 2-15-41 

Fairchild, D. H., Mrs ..219 N. Federal St., Ft. Lauderdale.. 1-23-41 

Faircloth, C. O c/o WLFA Tribune Station, Tampa 11-7-42 

Paling, Robert P 2335 Market St., Jacksonville 9-4-41 

Falk, Robert E Box 522, Jackscnville 4-11-41 

Falsone, Frank J Box 5267, Tampa 8-17-42 

Pant, Joe J Florida Power & Light Co., Miami 8-24-42 

Farley, Edythe Coral Gables Riviera, Coral Gables 6-5-42 

Farley, Geo Marianna 8-9-42 

Farmer, T. H., Jr 103 South Edison Avenue, Tampa 4-14-41 

Farnam, Margaret K Box 103, Moore Haven 7-3-42 

Farnham, Bertha Y 207 Law Exchange Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 3-31-41 

Farrell, H. H 5901 Ola Avenue, Tampa 7-21-42 



238 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— f Continued; 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Farringer, M. E 1114 Postal Bldg., Miami 6-25-42 

Farrow, Alma W Pahokee 11-29-42 

Fatt, M. Vesta 1838 N. E. 2nd Court, Miami 7-4-41 

Faulkner, A. T 802 Davis Street, Jacksonville 3-20-41 

Fawcett, Lucille L 1921 Hollywood Blvd., Holly wood. 12-29-42 

Fay, Dorothy M 1002 Magnolia Ave., Panama City.. 9-11-42 

Fay, Mamie P Cocoa 6-16-41 

Fearing, Gwendoline W...104 Ea^t Park Ave., North, Win- 
ter Park 10-13-42 

Fee, Margaret L P. O. Box 231, Ft. Pierce 7-19-41 

Feeley, Nellie 1 952 Alton Road, Apt. 121, Miami 6-4-42 

Fehr, Ethel E 4235 Beverly Ave., Jacksonville 4-10-42 

Feibelman, Herbert U P. O. Drawer 750, Miami 1-17-42 

Feiner, Bernard S 826 Washington Ave., Miami 

Beach 10-26-41 

Feld, Sally 1455 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 2-14-41 

Feldmann, Florence 709 N. Victory Park Road. Ft. 

Lauderdale 12-19-41 

Fellowes, Cornelius 2880 Fairgreen Drive, Miami 

Beach 5-22-42 

Fenn, John S P. O. Box 366, Hallandale 3-5-42 

Fenton, Alice S ™ 11 Fourth St., Lake Wales 5-28-42 

Fentress, Violette G. Ft. Lauderdale Times, P^. Lauder- 
dale 2-21-42 

Perber, Ida 4121 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville 8-6-42 

Ferguson, Charles L P. O. Box 212, Tarpon Springs 2-26-41 

Ferguson, D. Niel Professional Bldg., Ocala 4-14-41 

Ferguson, John P P. O. Box 311, Lakeland 11-12-41 

Ferguson, H. E P. O. Drawer 71, West Palm 

Beach 3-3-42 

Ferguson, Marie 155 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach ... 6-27-42 

Ferguson, Mary K 113 North Orange Ave., Orlando ... 7-12-41 

Ferlisi, Fred A St. Augustine 1-27-41 

Ferlita. Josephine L 1805 San Marco Place, So. Jack- 
sonville 12-8-42 

Fernandez, Azalea Ploridan Hotel, Tampa 3-15-41 

Fernandez, Marina 1701 23rd St., Tampa 2-18-41 

Fernandez, Oscar 2108 West Cass St., Tampa 4-9-42 

Ferreira, John T Maas Building, Tampa 11-10-42 

Ferrell, Thos. J., Sr P. O. Box 85, Hosford 7-10-42 

Ferris, Caroline C 209 Lytle Ave., New Smyrna 

Beach 10-5-42 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 239 

NOTARIES PUBLIC — (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Peuer, Gus „...602 Congress Building, Miami 6-18-41 

Pickes, Emma Lou _ 525 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 6-27-41 

Pickling, William I „1414 Congress Bldg., Miami 2-13-41 

Pielding, Margaret „Riviera, Box 171 1-14-42 

Pields, D. Wallace First Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 11-12-42 

Pikes, William E 110 South Newport Ave, Tampa... 6-15-42 

Pillingham, Dorothy L Roosevelt Hotel, Jacksonville 5-13-42 

Pillingham, E. J 1845 Silver St., Jacksonville 7-3-42 

Pincher, Jane 3898 Boone Park Ave., Jacksonville 2-2-42 

Pincke, N. Jay 231 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 2-21-42 

Pink, Thomas J. — _P. O. Box 107, Pt. Myers 4-15-41 

Pinlay, Leo —.23 East Bay St., Jacksonville 2-4-42 

Pinman, Ruth ™928 Seventh Ave., Tampa 4-24-41 

Pinney, John E 6300 Pearl Street, Jacksonville 4-27-41 

Piorito, Sam G ™2407 Taliaferro Ave., Tampa „ 1-14-42 

Pischer, Gertrude J...._ 3176 N. W. 30th St., Miami 2-19-42 

Pisher, Alma E — 509 N. Barcelona St., Pensacola 12-20-42 

Pisher, J. M., Jr. „ _.P. O. Box 1019, Jacksonville 2-1-41 

Pisher, John L 509 15th St.. North, St. Peters- 
burg 2-8-41 

Pisher, John T 325 Pirst Ave., South, St. Peters- 
burg 11-21-42 

Pisher, Luella — 213 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville....l0-25-41 

Pitz, Margarethe 515 1st National Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 4-12-42 

Pitzpatrick, Ruth R 505 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami.. 5-11-42 

Pitzsimmons, J. A Box 9, Pt. Lauderdale 2-7-42 

Fitzwater, John 35 S. W. 22nd Road, Miami 5-27-42 

Flacks, Minnie 1601 Congress Bldg., Miami 5-30-41 

Plahive, John P 817 Main St., Jacksonville 1-28-42 

Fleischer, Edyth H 1023 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. 11-27-42 

Pleitas, Frank c/o Broadway National Bank, 

Tampa 1-13-42 

Fleming, T. F Broward Bank Bldg., Pt. Lauder- 
dale 12-6-42 

Fletcher, Mary Ethel 3240 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami 5-17-41 

Fletcher, Nelle P. O. Box 949, West Palm Beach.. 1-17-42 

Fletcher, Thomas C Williston 6-16-42 

Fletcher, Wain R., Mrs 3533 W. Fairview St., Coconut 

Grove 10-15-41 

Fletcher, Wm. G 521 36th St., West Palm Beach..ll-25-42 



240 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PJJB1,1C— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Flewwellin, Wanda 2807 Lydia Street, Jacksonville.... 8-12-41 

Flint, Arra M 530 Main St., Gainesville 12-29-41 

Flisch, S. C 5011/^ Franklin St., Tampa 4-25-42 

Flood, Lucille Fort Meade 1-5-42 

Florea, Charlotte M 724 S. E. 7th St., Ft. Lauderdale 7-24-41 

Florence, Robert S 610 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 4-18-42 

Floyd, Evelyn Meeks 480 Glenway Dr., Miami Springs.. 10-24-41 

Floyd, Miriam E c/o Adair, Ashby, McNatt, Jack- 
sonville 2-2-42 

Floyd, Sallie L c/o General Motors Accept. Corp., 

Tampa 8-12-41 

Flynn, Chas. E 201 Fla. Theatre Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 8-21-41 

Flynt, R. G P. O. Box 694, Little River Sta., 

Miami 11-28-41 

Fogg, E. C, Jr 101 Alton Road. Miami Beach 4-25-41 

Fogg, Ethel W Whitehall, 2035 Van Buren, Holly- 
wood 9-25-41 

Foley, Margaret M 320 S. W. 10th St., Miami 12-3-42 

Folks, T. F P. O. Box 209, Ocala 3-6-41 

Follett, Leslie C. (Major) ..Drew Field, Tampa 11-23-42 

Folsom, Maurice Mayo 7-29-42 

Foman, Charlotte 204 Cardy St., Tampa 7-21-41 

Foote, Louise 1920 S. W. 2nd Street, Miami 3-28-41 

Ford, Alfred B Box 105, AltamcTite Springs 10-10-42 

Ford, B. R 506 E. Orange St., Lakeland 12-10-41 

Ford, Eva M 8130 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-12-42 

Ford, H. C Titusville 3-27-41 

Ford, Irvin H 309 West Main St., Avon Park 11-6-41 

Ford, Jackie L., Miss 104 Jefferson St., Jacksonville 10-16-42 

Ford, Virginia 306 West College Ave., Tallahassee 7-8-42 

Ford, W. C, Jr 306 East Amelia Ave., Orlando 11-19-42 

Forney, W. J 505 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.... 9-15-42 

Forrester, Baxter, Mrs High Springs 12-3-42 

Forsyth, Vonceil F c/o News-Journal Co., Pensacola... 7-27-42 

Fortner, G. W Box 111, Mayo 12-9-42 

Fosdick, E. C P. O. Box 228, Arcadia 2-20-41 

Foster, Beatrice 312 Wallace S Building, Tampa.... 3-17-41 

Foster, Charles J 1301 N. W. 7th Avenue, Miami 9-26-42 

Foster, Charles M 821 East Garden St., Pensacola.... 4-14-42 

Foster, Charlotte C c/o Bolton, Inc., 1311 Barnet 

Bldg., Jacksonville 6-9-42 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 241 

NOTARIES PJJBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Foster, H. Shaw Belleglade 10-29-41 

Foster, James W c/o Spearman Brewing Co., Pen- 

sacola 2-12-42 

Foster, Louise B 513 Cypress Avenue, Sanford 8-8-42 

Foster, Maurice F 212 Conrad Building, DeLand 7-23-41 

Foster. R. J 1081 N. E. 83rd St., Miami 2-15-41 

Foulke, I. E :. 1629 S. W. 6th St., Apt. 2, Miami.. 9-22-41 

Fountain, June R 202 East Emma St.. Tampa 9-29-42 

Fountain, Lawrence C 372 N. E. 86th St., Miami 5-7-41 

Fouraker, Nathan B Rt. 3, Box 338, Jacksonville 3-16-41 

Fouts, Frederic 555 Stockton St., Jacksonville 1-20-41 

Fowler, Aubrey Live Oak 12-15-42 

Fowler, Dorothy H 2117 Dekle Ave., Tampa 11-4-42 

Fowler, Letha Lake Mary 8-1-42 

Fowler, Nella R Office Field Director, A.R.C., 

Camp Blanding 3-13-42 

Fox, A. J 2906 Florida Avenue, Tampa 2-20-42 

Fox, Althea c/o Merbler Jewelry Co., Pensacola 1-23-42 

Fox, T. Meade 615 Myrtle Avenue, Sanford 12-4-41 

Foxworth, Dorothy 1651 First Ave., North, St. Peters- 
burg 5-14-41 

Fozzard, H. B 318 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville ... 2-9-42 

Fraleigh, L. A., Jr State Rd. Dept., Tallahassee 8-23-41 

Francis, C. G Lake Wales 11-22-41 

Frank, Paul W Box 383, Fort Myers 4-11-41 

Frankenberg, C. W Box 477, Fernandina 11-16-42 

Franklin, W. C Box 144, St. Petersburg 12-6-41 

Franks, Ruth T c/o Fla. Citrus Exchange, Tampa.. 7-20-41 

Franz, Ray William 2213 S. W. 24th St., Miami 5-16-41 

Eraser, H. M Lake Wales 10-28-42 

Eraser, J. F 508 Main St., Daytona Beach 3-23-42 

Eraser, Lily M 621 West Yale Ave., Orlando 11-7-42 

Fraser, Morris Englewood 3-8-41 

Frater, Henry First Bank & Trust Co.. Pensacola 2-15-41 

Frazee, Howard R 203 Empire Bldg., St. Petersburg.. 5-5-42 

Frazel, J. Arthur 125 N. E. First St., Miami 9-28-42 

Frecker, Grace V P. O. Box 3238, Tampa 6-28-42 

Fredrick, Doris A 118 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 11-20-41 

Freeland, Shirley 940 Seybold Bldg., Miami 4-3-42 

Freeling, Mary Jane 912 West Oak St., Arcadia 3-9-42 

Freeman, Frances M 6911 Dexter Avenue, Tampa 10-14-42 

Freeman, Norman K 6932 Collins Ave,, Miami Beach 9-26-41 



242 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Freeman, Sara H 615 S. E. Third Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 2-15-41 

Freeman, U. V. 1527 Tiber Ave., Jacksonville 2-2-42 

Freeman, Wm. A 724 Eaton St., Key West 4-16-41 

Freer, George B 2185 N. W. 36th St.. Miami 4-4-41 

Freitag, R. W First National Bank, West Palm 

Beach 8-9-41 

Freiwald, L. M Valpariso 8-18-41 

French, Birdie B Box 1166, Fort Myers 8-11-41 

French, Herbert H Orange Ave. & 5th St., Sarasota....l2-23-41 

French, John H 811 East Concord, Orlando 8-21-41 

French, Mary R 413 N. E. 28th St., Miami 11-30-42 

Frey, Fred D P. O. Box 1707, Orlando 3-19-41 

Pribush, Abe _ — 126 Second Ave., South, Jackson- 
ville 5-4-42 

Friedman, Milton A 1642 duPont Bldg., Miami 3-27-41 

Friedman, Sadie 761 Jefferson, Apt. 10, Miami 

Beach 12-1-41 

Frillingos, Paul 16 N. W. 14th St., Miami 7-20-42 

Fritz, Florence 944 Franklin St., Fort Myers 9-26-42 

Fritze, Barbara A 3564 Lealman Ave., St. Petersburg 5-1-41 

Frix, Julian B 800 Security Building, Miami 4-22-42 

Fromhart, Katherine ....2781 Forbes St., Apt. 1, Jackson- 
ville 2-3-43 

Proscher, Eleanor 2410 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 8-22-41 

Fruin, Richard L Box 1, Osceola 12-8-41 

Fry, Augustus H 2900 N. E. Second Ave., Miami "... 12-4-42 

Fry, E. M 1607 N. E. Second Ave., Miami 1-30-41 

Fudger, G. B 411 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 11-16-42 

Puge, Percy Box M, Stuart 3-9-42 

Fulford, Luette P. O. Box 4, Stuart 12-14-42 

Fuller, A. B Box 512, Ocala 11-8-41 

Fuller, Nina M 504 First Trust Bldg., Miami 6-14-41 

Fulton, S. L Bartow 2-21-42 

Funderburk, John Marvinl440 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami 5-31-41 

Fuquay, A. C 222 Madison Ave., Daytona Beach 3-11-42 

Fussell, Carroll W. Sumter Abstract Bldg., BushnelL. 7-28-41 

Fussell, W. T 114 N. Tennessee Ave., Lakeland.. 12-7-42 

Fusselman, Paul F First National Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 12-27-41 

Futch, Truman G., Jr... ..Box 197, Leesburg 3-27-42 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 243 

NOTARIES PTJBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Puzzard, Jessie M 1645 S. W. 9th St., Miami 9-29-41 

G 

Gaddy, Beulah 751 Oak St., Jacksonville 11-21-42 

Gaddy, R. L 2202 W. Court St., Gainesville 7-17-42 

Gadson, Theora B. 404 W. Broadway, Ocala 3-6-41 

Gaertner, Elizabeth A....-R. R. No. 2, Box 1048, St. Peters- 
burg 1-15-41 

Gage, Geo. E 2216 Roselle St., Jacksonville 4-3-42 

Gage, Myrtle 1100 Oak Avenue, Panama City ... 10-8-42 

Gaggstatter, Frances K. .902 South Dakota Ave., Tampa 9-19-42 

Gailbreath, Daisy H 901 Seybold Bldg., Miami 4-21-41 

Gaillard, Nelle D., Mrs 3643 Oak Street, Jacksonville 9-24-42 

Galan, Mary Josepha 2323 Beach Street, Tampa 9-10-41 

Galbraith, Betty Goff .. Municipal Air Port, Miami 1-4-41 

Galbraith, Ren Box 1905, Orlando 2-18-42 

Galbreath, Thelma p. O. Box 5062, So. Jacksonville... 4-30-42 

Galbut, Abraham c/o Washington Drug Co., Miami 

Beach 3-25-42 

Galbut, Ethel ...„ „ 244 5th St., Miami Beach 5-5-41 

Galbut, Paul A 244 Fifth St., Miami Beach 4-9-41 

Gale, Wilda S Boulevard Motors at 5th St., 

Miami 8-7-41 

Galhouse, Anne H 800 Court House, Miami 5-23-42 

Gall, W. R Zephyrhills 7-8-42 

Galloway, Kathleen c/o Thos. H. Cooley, Mt, Dora 4-14-41 

Gandy, Clarice 139 Avenue Alcazar, Coral Gables.. 4-17-42 

Ganyard, James C 972 West Flagler St., Miami 11-3-42 

Ganz, Jerry c/o Harvey Seeds Post, Amex'ican 

Legion, Miami 5-15-41 

Garcia, Dario 919 White Street, Key West 3-31-41 

Garcia, Marie c/o N. Geraci & Co., Tampa 12-28-42 

Gardiner, Sarah A Route 7, Box 410, Jacksonville 5-5-41 

Gardiner, William G 415 Central Ave., St. Petersburg ... 5-2-41 

Gardiner, W. J Drawer 990, Daytona Beach — 7-24-41 

Gardner, J. Harry 646 College St., Jacksonville 8-24-42 

Gardner, J. Harry, Jr 12 Liberty St., Jacksonville 8-3-42 

Gardner, M. K 646 College St., Jacksonville 2-8-42 

Gardner, Park W 601 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 2-7-41 

Gardner, S. D 216 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville 5-12-41 



244 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PTJBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Garfunkel, Rosalind 710 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 1-28-42 

Garland, Mary E 1251 9th Ave., So., St. Petersburg.... 11-6-41 

Garner, Gwendolyn RFD 1, Arcadia 10-15-41 

Garrett, Bessie Avon Park 1-11-41 

Garrett, Bobbie L Drawer B., Bay St. Station, Jack- 
sonville 12-11-42 

Garrett, Eleanor 122 N. Duval St., Tallahassee 2-10-42 

Garrett, James J 1425 Tangier St., Coral Gables 2-11-41 

Garrett, Louise Box 45, Century 7-25-41 

Garriga, Mercedes c/o Pensacola Trade School, Pen- 

sacola 10-6-41 

Garris, M. Naomi 185 Lake Morton Drive, Lakeland.. 8-4-41 

Garsids, Barbara L 1752 Yale St., So., St. Petersburg 6-21-41 

Garst, Ruth R Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville ,. 7-12-41 

Garvett, Eleanor Alice ....434 S. W. 25th Road, Miami 9-12-41 

Gary, B. B 1635 N. W. 28th St., Miami 9-3-41 

Gaskin, Bevelyn P 506 Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville..l2-10-41 

Gass, Edward J 2935 2nd Ave., So., St. Petersburg 3-24-41 

Gaston, Lorena O .24 West 2nd St., Jacksonville 4-27-42 

Gates, A. F 406 Live Oak Ave., DeFuniak 

Springs 7-28-41 

Gates, Easter L 417 N. E. First St., Ft. Lauderdale 8-11-41 

Gates, Evelyn N 134 East 44th St., Jacksonville 11-28-42 

Gatrell, Henry, Jr Fairfield 9-27-41 

Gause, A. C 711 Broadway, Daytona Beach 8-16-41 

Gause, Roy C 134 Spring Blvd., Tarpon Springs.. 2-17-42 

Gautier, Elizabeth Federal Highway, Princeton 3-27-42 

Gay, Annie Lou Box 5117, Tampa 9-20-41 

Gay, Frances H 303 Polk Ave., Lake Wales 4-27-42 

Gay, Lillian M 1122 Jeffcott St., Fort Myers 12-13-41 

Gaynon, Gramo Pridgon..3921 Alhambra Drive, Jackson- 
ville 5-1-42 

Geartner, Elizabeth A R. R. 2, Box 1048, St. Petersburg 1-15-41 

Geathers, Bessie Box 592, Gainesville 4-16-42 

Geiger, Guilda C Box 126, Cocoa 1-21-42 

Geiger, Ina C P. O. Box 2865, Miami 3-6-42 

Geiger, N. H Box 2681, Tampa 1-29-42 

Generette, William Louis..233 N. W. 9th St., Miami 11-19-41 

Genter, Frank M c/o Pentland & Robertson, Day- 
tona Beach 8-12-42 

Gentry, Edward Crestview „ _ 1-17-41 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 245 

NOTARIES PJJBL.IC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

George, Anne A. 801 Fla. Bank Bldg., St, Peters- 
burg 1-7-42 

Gerald, P. Lynn Box 168, Fort Myers 2-22-41 

Geren, L. Dow c/o Tip Top Grocery Co., Miami.... 7-30-42 

Gerhold, Helen A Grand Street, Glenwood 12-12-41 

German, Lilian S .'....Box 256, Pinellas Park 1-21-42 

German, Ruth P Drawer L., Jacksonville 5-20-42 

Geronimo, Beatrice A Box 151, Florida City 8-3-42 

Geronimo, William J P. O. Box 151, Florida City.! 6-10-41 

Gerould, Merritt c/o Burdine's, Inc., West Palm 

Beach 3-13-42 

Gerson, Edward L Box 883, Punta Gorda 11-14-42 

Gerstel, L. M 1672 Lincoln Court, Miami Beach.. 10-19-41 

Gerth, Henry Route 2, Box 191, Lakeland 1-21-42 

Gescheidt, J 227 13th St., Miami Beach 4-3-42 

Getz, George G 3071 S. W. Fourth St., Miami 8-7-41 

Getzen, Frances Z Box 1241, Lakeland 5-25-42 

Getzen, Thos. W 701 East Lime St., Lakeland 2-25-41 

Ghiotto, Frank C 502 S. W. 5th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 12-1-41 

Gholson, Maude B State Hospital, Chattahoochee 1-7-42 

Gibbons, E. Arthur 3240 N. W. 27th Avenue, Miami.... 2-21-42 

Gibbons, Gordon L 918 First Natl. Bank, Tampa 1-27-41 

Gibbs, Lola J 109 East Francis St., Tampa 2-3-42 

Gibson, Evelyn c/o Jacksonville Chamber of Com- 
merce, Jacksonville 8-11-42 

Gibson, K. W ..c/o Newton Heights Housing Proj- 
ect, Sarasota 6-16-42 

Gibson, P. F Box 1591, Orlando 2-12-42 

Gibson, W, O Box 85, Bartow 3-30-42 

Gigl, Roberta S c/o St. Johns River Line Co., 

Jacksonville 4-5-42 

Gilbert, Chase B P. O. Box 1711, Miami 4-27-41 

Gilbert, M. K., Jr 301 S. W. 10th Ave., Miami 9-26-41 

Gilbert, Thelma P. O. Box 311, Dade City 5-16-42 

Gill, Howard W Box 71, Fort Walton 12-28-42 

Gill, Pearl P. O. Box 1072, Winter Haven 10-30-41 

Gillen, Guy Lake City 4-18-41 

Gillen, Joseph E Attorney General's Office, Tal- 
lahassee 11-25-41 

Gillette, B. C 918 LaSalle St., Tampa 12-7-42 

Gilliam, Mamie c/o Co. Judge's Office, Titusville 2-13-41 

Gillis, Linda Xathleen 2-27-41 



246 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PJJBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Gindl, Charles Route 1, Box 253, Cantonment 10-26-42 

Ginikowre, Lula City Hall, Tarpon Springs 2-16-42 

Ginther, Ossie P Mount Dora 4-14-41 

Girardeau, Agnes D Box 945, Jacksonville 2-2-41 

Gist, Chas. R P. O. Box 1530, Tampa 7-28-41 

Giunta, D. Valenti 2401 11th St., Tampa 4-21-42 

Giunta, Frank V 1013 28th Ave., Tampa 12-18-42 

Given, A. F 1528 S. W. 10th St., Miami 4-24-41 

Givens, Gladys A 541 Linwood Ave., Jacksonville.... 1-23-41 

Givens, Morris M Lafayette Arcade, Tampa 8-7-41 

Glass, G. R Mandarin 4-18-42 

Gleich, Michael 330 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach.. 12-29-41 

Glenn, D c/o Albury & Co., Box 4221, Miami 4-10-42 

Glenn, Thomas L P. O. Box 1237, Sarasota 1-20-42 

Glidden, Lylian M 408 Harvey Bldg., Daytona Beach.. 10-28-41 

Gloekler, Leonore E 24 Beach Drive No., St. Peters- 
burg 11-16-42 

Goddard, C. M ^.Box 80, Lakeland 5-7-42 

Goddard, Ernest J Port Walton 2-23-42 

Goddard, Mildred E Room 17, Petteway Bldg., Tampa 8-24-42 

Godman, S. O Bradford Hotel, Fort Myers 10-25-41 

Godwin, Mary L. Box 188, Shamrock 9-21-42 

Goff, Lewis Maloy 300 23rd St., Miami Beach 4-18-41 

Goffigon, Marion Virginial521 Michigan Ave., Clearwater.. 1-30-42 

Gohn, Emma L _BoX 25, DeLand 8-23-41 

Gold, Louise V 305^/2 South Newport, Tampa...... 4-12-41 

Golden, Altha c/o Harry Gordon, Miami Beach.. 5-23-42 

Goldin, Ethel Box 1740, Miami Beach 2-23-42 

Goldstein, Reggie c/o City Attorney's Office, Miami.. 11-26-41 

Goldstein, Rose Rhea .1520 Copeland St., Jacksonville.. 9-8-42 

Gomez, Rogelio Key West 1-3-41 

Gonzalez, C 2321 Cordelia St., Tampa 12-12-42 

Gonzalez, Henry 302 N. Howard Ave., Tampa 9-14-42 

Gonzalez, Mabel O. c/o Holland Laundry, Pensacola... 2-22-42 

Gonzalez, Martin 702 South Edison Ave., Tampa .... 3-14-41 

Gonzalez, Olga Box 990, Miami 6-27-41 

Gonzalez, Ramon P. O. Box 2878, Tampa 4-12-41 

Gooch, William Robert.... Pembroke 11-14-42 

Goode, Woodie W Holopaw 2-25-42 

Goodman, B. M 2260 S. W. 7th St., Miami 6-9-41 

Goodman, Catherine 1809 Evans Ave., Ft, Myers 1-23-42 

Goodman, Frank P Lake Alfred 12-11-41 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 247 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Goodman, M. B 1019 Orange Avenue, Ft. Pierce... 3-24-41 

Goodmark, Harry 917 Comeau Building, West Palm 

Beach 4-19-41 

Goodrich, C. H 401 Rogers Bldg., Jacksonville 1-22-41 

Goodrich, Minnie 805 Citizens Bank Bldg., Tampa.... 6-9-41 

Goodwin, J. C c/o State Plant Board, Gaines- 
ville 12-7-41 

Gordon, Cloyce P P. O. Box 1944, Orlando 4-21-42 

Gordon, Emily 411 Palmer St., Orlando 7-18-42 

Gordon, G. M c/o City Commission, Jacksonville. .12-15-42 

Gordon, Hugh H., Jr 9901 East Dixie Highway, Miami.. 4-10-42 

Gordon, J. A 203 Mitchell Bldg., Jacksonville.... 4-1-41 

Gordon, R. M 1852 S. W. Second Ave., Miami.... 3-4-42 

Gordon, Wanda M 211/2 West 27th St., Jacksonville 5-10-41 

Gordon, William c/o Jacksonville Produce Market, 

Jacksonville 5-2-42 

Gordy, Helen 434 South Rosalind Ave., Orlando 8-20-41 

Gore, Hattie E Captiva 11-7-42 

Gorham, Hazel S 1st Natl. Bank, Palm Beach 11-23-42 

Gormly, Mabel 424 Main St., Jacksonville 10-2-42 

Gorrie, T. M., Jr 812 Franklin St., Tampa 11-19-41 

Gould, J. Howard c/o Foley-Carter Ins. Agency, 

St. Petersburg 10-10-42 

Gould, V. W., Jr Box 177, DeLand 6-30-42 

Gow, Chester C 1237 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 8-6-41 

Gower, Frances P. O. Box 773, Tampa 12-14-42 

Grace, L. A P. O. Box 110, Miami 3-26-41 

Grace, Wm. C 10811 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-27-42 

Grady, B. M c/o Tip Top Grocery Co., Miami....l2-12-41 

Grady, Joseph Dennis, Jr. 93 King St., St. Augustine 7-14-41 

Graessle, A. W Box 2337, Jacksonville 8-13-42 

Graham, Christine W 1826 N. W. 30th Ave., Miami 11-30-42 

Graham, Eileen E 236 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 9-3-42 

Graham, Elizabeth C 508 Lincoln Ave., Melbourne 12-13-41 

Graham, Joe S P. O. Box 640, Ft. Lauderdale 7-19-42 

Graham, M. D Bronson 9-19-42 

Graham, Monica 2143 N. W. 12th Ave., Miami 9-12-41 

Grainger, Vermelle 310 E. Main St., North, Gaines- 
ville 4-3-41 

Gramling, Annie P North Caledonia St., Marianna.... 5-10-41 

Gramling, Jeannette 123 V2 So. Monroe St., Tallahassee 6-3-41 

Gramling, R. B Box V, Vero Beach 3-4-42 



248 ■ REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBUC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Cranberry, H Barnett National Bank, Jackson- 
ville 11-5-42 

Grant, Bessie „ P. O. Box 1551, West Palm Beach 11-5-41 

Grant, Elbert Lee _ 1437 Van Buren St., Jacksonville.. 11-4-42 

Grant, Hilda .Box 69, West Palm Beach 3-30-42 

Grant, Iva S 108 E. Central Ave., Orlando 4-28-42 

Grant, Julia H 325 S. E. First Place, Miami 12-10-41 

Grant, Louise B 639 E. Robinson Ave., Orlando.... 4-23-42 

Grantham, Oscar P^ c/o Sinclair Refining Co., St. 

Augustine 2-13-42 

Grantham, Ward Heeth..3840 LaPlaya Blvd., Coconut Grove 8-7-41 

Grapman, Samuel 46 N. W. 105th St., Miami Shores 1-11-41 

Grass, E. L Alturas 2-10-41 

Grassmuck, Ray M 215 N. E. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 4-2-42 

Gratteau, Howard K Route 3, Box 925, Miami 1-10-42 

Graves, Elizabeth c/o Hull, Landis and Whitehair, 

DeLand 5-5-41 

Graves, Ernestine P 1122 Southard St., Key West 9-18-42 

Gravitt, Alma 1914 Dekle Ave., Apt. 5, Tampa.... 6-1-42 

Grawe, C. W 719 Eaton St., Key West 10-1-42 

Gray, Carl Millville 4-13-42 

Gray, Lina c/o Columbus Hotel, Miami 11-5-42 

Gray, Marie V 15 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville.... 11-4-42 

Gray, Merle M „ c/o Cecil W. Powell & Co., Jack- 
sonville 11-17-41 

Gray, Mildred M „Hotel Wyoming, Orlando 1-10-41 

Gray, R. H Millville 10-15-41 

Gray, W. B ^....Springfield Route, Panama City.... 1-29-41 

Gray, W. L P. O. Box 185, Panama City 2-8-41 

Grayson, William G 205 N. Coconut Lane, Palm Island, 

Miami Beach 11-17-41 

Greco, Evelyn ; 936 Shadowlawn Ave., Tampa 2-26-42 

Greek, Patricia 1115 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 12-20-41 

Green, Amanda M c/o Oneal Furniture Co., Tampa.. 8-17-42 

Green, Mrs. Bert 407 Tampa St., Tampa 4-27-42 

Green, Geo. F Cross City 5-26-42 

Green, John B 11 4th St. North, St. Petersburg..l2-22-42 

Green, Margaret P. O. Box 1103, Tampa 12-1-41 

Green, M. W Lewis State Bank Bldg., Talla- 
hassee 12-7-42 

Green, Thomas 2827 N. Miami Ave., Miami 11-6-42 

Greene, A. M Glen St. Mary 5-14-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 249 

NOTARIES PJJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Greene, Arthur S 4315 S. W. 13th St., Miami 7-2-42 

Greene, Ethel Louise Towers Hotel, Miami 5-18-42 

Greene, Jane M c/o Guaranty Underwriters, Jack- 
sonville 9-26-41 

Greene, Martha H Box 572, Gainesville 11-14-42 

Greene, Mildred 24051/2 Ridgewood Ave., Tampa.... 6-18-41 

Greene, Raymond W 441 E. Park Avenue, North, Win- 
ter Park 1-28-41 

Greene, Sydne W 16 Laura St., Jacksonville 6-20-42 

Greenlund, O. F Box 218, Pierson 1-16-42 

Greenspan, Lillian 940 Seybold Bldg., Miami 5-11-42 

Gregory, A. C. E 2328 S. W. 20th St., Miami 6-7-41 

Gregory, Clyde W Box 46, Tallahassee 5-7-42 

Gregory, Mae T state Welfare Bd. Dist. 2, Quincy..ll-13-41 

Grether, J. Richard Barnett Natl. Bank, Jacksonville.. 8-27-42 

Grey, Katherine S 142 6th St., Atlantic Beach 3-31-41 

Grider, Irma S 515 Thirty-Sixth St., West Palm 

Beach 7-27-42 

Grieger, L. M 19 W. Flagler St., Miami 11-8-41 

Grieves, Esther Roberts....211 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville.... 3-1-41 

Griffen, Frank S 820 N. E. 73rd St.. Miami 6-1-42 

Griffin, Alma M 3158 College St., Jacksonville 8-6-42 

Griffin, C. L Box 1087, Pensacola 1-30-41 

Griffin, E. L 451 S. W. 23rd Road, Miami 12-2-42 

Griffin, Erine 206 W. Keys Ave., Tampa 5-24-41 

Griffin, H. V„ Jr P. O. Box 160, Macclenny 3-16-42 

Griffin, J. E 200 Security Bldg., Miami 2-12-41 

Griffin, J. T 715 Security Bldg., Miami 10-8-42 

Griffin, L. A 417 Okeechobee Rd., West Palm 

Beach 3-25-41 

Griffin, Laura Box 418, Tampa 2-16-42 

Griffin, Robert E Kissimmee 11-4-41 

Griffin, Ruth Dean 480 May Street, Jacksonville 9-13-41 

Griffin, Ruth G 716 S. W. First St., Miami 11-24-41 

Griffin, S. 420 Fla Ave., Jacksonville 5-11-42 

Griffin, Thelma 504 N. Vermont Ave., Lakeland.... 2-22-41 

Griffis, Elva Barfield ....Collier City 11-8-41 

Griffis, John R 45 N W. 21st St., Miami 11-27-42 

Griffith, B. George 760 S. W. First St., Miami 12-30-42 

Griffith, Dorothy Best Box 163, Gainesville 11-10-41 

Griffith, Lida ..760 S. W. 1st St., Miami 12-30-42 

Griffith, Sara W 1002 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.. 6-23-42 



250 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC — (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Grigsby, Ruth 218 N. Grandview Ave., Daytona 

Beach 11-2-42 

Grimaldi, A. J 914 12th Ave., Tampa 2-20-41 

Grimaldi, R. E 914 12th Ave., Tampa 1-11-41 

Grimes, Hellyn Y 309 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 10-1-42 

Groft, Hazel 2032 N. W. 29th St., Miami 10-10-41 

Gross, Irma 7214 11th St., Tampa 9-20-41 

Gross, John A __911 So. Poinsettia St., West Palm 

Beach 5-29-41 

Grossman, J. W P. O. Box 892, Orlando 5-12-41 

Grosso, Elmer B 609 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood 5-27-42 

Groves, M. E c/o Heintzelmann, Inc., Winter 

Garden 6-23-41 

Grubb, Mary L c/o Floridin Company, Quincy 12-19-41 

Gruel, Lenora P. O. Box 482, Lakeland 10-30-41 

Gucker, J. J 1548 S. W. 8th St., Miami 6-16-42 

Gudenrath, Grace R c/o Daily Democrat, Tallahassee.. 5-26-41 

Guenther, H. M c/o Pensacola Bridge Corp., Pen- 

sacola 8-27-41 

Guenther, Helen Box 964, St. Augustine 10-8-41 

Guernsey, Betty 603 E. Central Ave., Orlando 1-10-41 

Guest, Kathlee 4825 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville.... 12-8-42 

Guice, T. G Box 1190, Pensacola 9-21-42 

Guinn, Frances F 307 Oak St., Panama City 6-9-42 

Gulkis, Morris 321 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach.. 5-10-41 

Gum, P. J ...Lake Wales 3-20-41 

Gunn, Ann H c/o Young & Hart, Pensacola 4-15-42 

Gunter, Chas. D 1530 Elm Street, Jacksonville 2-28-42 

Gurtler, John R Whitehouse 10-20-42 

Gustafson, L. B Box 326, Green Cove Springs 12-8-41 

Gustafson, R. H 646 2nd Ave., So., St. Petersburg 2-11-42 

Gustinger, Alfred 3416 S. W. 17th St., Miami 11-17-41 

Guthrie, B. H c/o W. T. Whitehead, Inc., San- 
ford 3-14-42 

Guthrie, Mamie V. c/o Peerless Fruit Co., Palmetto..l2-24-42 

Guthrie, William C 1013 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-2-41 

Guthrie, Wm. E Punta Gorda 4-15-41 

Gutkin, Ida M c/o Yokum Battery Co., Tampa.... 3-8-41 

Guymon, Myron S 2325 Princeton Court, Orlando 11-3-41 

Gwin, J. M. (Mrs.) 213 E. Gaines St., Tallahassee.... 3-8-41 

Gwinn, C. W P. O. Box 3217, Miami 2-14-41 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 251 

NOTARIES FJJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

H 

Hackney, Leland R R. P. D. No. 1, Limona 2-8-41 

Hackney, T. L., Jr Gibsonton 8-15-42 

Haden, Maude Mildred ..c/o Copeland & Therrel, Miami 

Beach 3-10-42 

Haden, Thelma Niblo ....2505 North A St., Tampa 2-16-42 

Haeger, Louise 283 N. W. 59th Terrace, Miami 11-3-41 

Haffield, Bertha A P. O. Box 1027, Vero Beach, 8-7-41 

Hagan, Anna *.....166 N. W. 36th St., Miami 2-18-42 

Haile, Emmie 403 Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala 5-21-42 

Hailey, H. P 661 S. W. 2nd St.,. Miami 8-21-41 

Haines, Paul D 1515 E. Livingston Ave., Orlando.. 8-25-42 

Hair, H. H., Jr Live Oak 8-18-41 

Haire, Siby (Mrs.) Greensboro 7-10-41 

Halbe, L. W Box 349, Pt. Pierce 10-22-42 

Haldeman, J. J Box 22, Lakeland 5-2-42 

Haley, Eudora Dowda 2200 Lemon St., Palatka 5-15-41 

Haley, T. R Ponce de Leon 4-10-41 

Halgrim, Mary M Collier Building, Port Myers 3-28-42 

Hall, C. M., Jr c/o Mutual Pinance Co., Tampa.... 6-30-41 

Hall, C. T ., „...Poley 8-8-42 

Hall, Gladys Anne P. O. Box 553, Hollywood 11-1-41 

Hall, Helen D Lake Hamilton 12-22-41 

Hall. J. Lewis Professional Bldg, Tallahassee 8-26-41 

Hall, James A c/o Stewart, Mellon Marble & Tile 

Co., Tampa 9-20-41 

Hall, L. L Box 2217, Jacksonville 3-17-42 

,___IiSill, Leon P 8425 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 9-8-42 

Hall, M. J 305 Morgan St., Tampa 3-8-41 

Hall, Ray P 1844 Tyler St., Hollywood 3-7-41 

Hall, Thomas G P. O. Box 483, Pernandina 5-17-41 

Hall, Vera L 419 Tenth St., West Palm Beach 9-23-42 

Hallam, Willard V New Plorida Hotel Bldg., Lakeland 6-12-41 

Halliburton, Thelma 1030 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 3-27-41 

Halstead, Ida c/o Plorida Motor Lines, Inc., 

Jacksonville 5-26-42 

Halstead, Leona Box 432, Winter Haven 11-7-42 

Hamilton, Ann 1405 Washington Ave., Miami 

Beach 7-20-42 

Hamilton, Belle S c/o Pirst National Bank, Lees- 
burg 12-14-42 



252 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Hamilton, Dorothy V Miramar Hotel, 1744 N. Bayshore 

Dr., Miami 4-12-41 

Hamilton, Edgar G 718 Comeau Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 4-5-41 

Hamilton, Gladys E 810 8th Ave., Bartow 3-2-42 

Hamilton, Hazel P 35 S. W. 27th Avenue, Miami 8-8-41 

Hamilton, Norman G P. O. Box 3266, Daytona Beach.... 5-6-41 

Hamilton, Thomas P. O. Box 56, Clearwater 1-18-42 

Hamlin, L. C P. O. Box 116, Tavares 11-10-41 

Hamlin, Roy 535 Emma St., Key West 8-18-41 

Hammerstein, Dorothy ....803 Langford Building, Miami 1-20-42 

Hammatt, Alden First National Bank, Palm Beach 2-14-42 

Hammond, H. J .1031 Main Street, Jacksonville.... 8-22-41 

Hammond, Phyllis Route 2, Winter Haven 9-17-42 

Hamner, Jean State Dspt. of Education, Cap- 
itol, Tallahassee 11-9-42 

Hamner, W. E Hamner Building, Tampa 10-2-41 

Hampton, Paula Box 257, Gainesville 11-17-42 

Hamrick, C. M 35 North Ridgewood Dr., Sebring..l2-ll-42 

Hamrick, F. G Sebastian 7-10-42 

Hancock, Ann 8015 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-2-42 

Hancock, Ethel Crandall..Bin 5, Stuart 5-5-42 

Hancock, Helen B 303 West 17th St., Jacksonville 5-30-42 

Hancock, Mikell N P. O. Box 344, Palatka 5-14-42 

Handelsman, Gertrude N.14^6 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach..l2-14-42 

Handley, Dan Holopaw, P. O. Box 532 3-18-41 

Handley, Nancy Jo Pahokee 9-25-42 

Handschuck, Helen K 732 South N. St., Lake Worth 2-15-41 

Haner, Blanche 91 Pine St., Tampa 12-13-42 

Hanes, Marjorie E 206 Huntington Bldg., Miami 7-30-42 

Hanks, Paul B 601 1st Avenue, No. St. Peters- 
burg 2-13-41 

Hanna, H. S 861 West Flagler St., Miami 3-28-41 

Hansard, Olivia 700 North Ridgewood Ave., Day- 
tona Beach 2-8-42 

Hansen, H. J Box 1309, Miami 9-3-42 

Hansen, Jeanne M 504 First Natl. Building, Miami.... '8-7-41 

Hansen, L. A .....1131 Grove St., Clearwater 8-10-42 

Hansen, Lillian P. O. Box 304, Stuart 12-8-42 

Hanson, Allan 1345 20th St., Miami Beach 3-7-41 

Hanson, C. A Box 325, Inverness 8-19-41 

Hanzo, Melanie M 1777 W. Flagler St., Miami 6-29-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 253 

NOTARIES PVSBIjIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Hanzo, Walter J 1777 W. Flagler St., Miami 2-26-41 

Harbeson, Rose 344 South Boulevard, DeLand 6-6-42 

Harbett, Olin 2900 N. E. 2Tid Ave., Miami 1-24-41 

Harbinson, A. B Crescent City 2-11-42 

Hardaker, P. E Kathleen 2-17-41 

Hardaway, May 708 Anderson St., Orlando 5-18-41 

Hardee, Earl Lake City 5-12-41 

Hardee, Edith 120 Eleventh St., Holly Hill 3-2-42 

Hardee, James, Jr. Madison 10-26-42 

Hardee, L. P 503 First Fed. Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 10-26-42 

Hardee, Thelma G P. O. Box 795, Lake City 6-5-41 

Harden, M. Antoinette ....129 N. E. 1st St., Miami 4-2-41 

Hardie, Dorothy 2958 S. W. 27th St., Miami 12-1-41 

Hardie, G. Conrad P. O. Box 389, Ft. Pierce 3-20-41 

Hardin, Walter S 402 12th St., Bradenton 3-23-42 

Harding, Carl G Box P., Pompano 1-27-41 

Hardy, L. W Murphy Building, Bradenton 10-9-41 

Harkins, C. D Box 288, Tallahassee 1-31-42 

Harkness, Blanche M 412 1/2 E. Sligh Ave., Tampa 3-20-41 

Harley, Agnes Gee c/o Dr. D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee 5-26-41 

Harllee, H. E 2012 9th St., Bradenton 9-19-42 

Harms, J. A Wabasso 9-9-42 

Harned, Dorothy J RFD No. 3, Gainesville 7-18-42 

Harned, Geo. T Box 515, Mulberry 10-28-42 

Harper, Edward E 27 E. Wright St., Pensacola 8-13-41 

Harper, James Rowe 203 State St., Dade City 3-17-42 

Harper, R. E c/o Auto Tag Yard Oflfice, N. A. 

Sta., Pensacola 1-29-42 

Harrell, Hueston R 214 W. Orange St., Lakeland 9-14-42 

Harrell, J. D 601 West Reynolds St., Plant City 2-7-41 

Harrell, J. H Tallahassee 7-23-42 

Harrington, Edith 1014 First Nat. Bank Bldg., 

Tampa 5-14-42 

Harrington, J. B P. O. Box 58, Bartow 1-8-42 

Harrington, James B.. Jr.61 S. W. 5th St., Winter Haven.. 11-6-42 

Harris, A. M. (Mrs.) 2623 Forbes St., Jacksonville 4-23-41 

Harris, Anne c/o Florida Bank of Orlando, Or- 
lando 1-19-42 

Harris, Bessie 1421 East Main St., Lakeland 6-5-41 

Harris, Betty 610 Tampa St., Tampa 7-9-42 

Harris, C. A. (Miss) P. O. Box 1270, Daytona Beach....l0-21-41 



254 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES P\JBL.lC—(Conti7iued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 

NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Harris, Casper E P. O. Box 166, Panama City 10-20-41 

Harris, D. Orville P. O. Box 1415, St. Petersburg 1-22-41 

Harris, Ed. W Florida National Bk. BIdg., St. 

Petersburg 5-9-41 

Harris, Hallette A Rt. 1, Fort Myers Beach, Ft. 

Myers 5-21-41 

Harris, Herbert J Box 201, Belle Glade - 8-30-41 

Harris, J. T Belle Glade 3-1-41 

Harris, Louis D 2603 Collins Ave., Miami Beach ... 3-7-41 

Harris, Margaret C 2333 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami.. 3-21-41 

Harris, Minnie Porter 425 Caroline St., Key West 5-31-41 

Harris, Ruby E 716 Wallace S Building, Tampa... 11-3-41 

Harrison, Berenice M 353 S. W. 6th St., Miami 5-3-41 

Harrison, Grace P. O. Box 2111, Orlando 1-22-42 

Harrison, J. P Century 1-14-41 

Harrison, J. S 320 Duval Building, Jacksonville.. 3-27-41 

Harrison, Kathryn 10-14 Leon Bldg., Ft. Myers 6-21-41 

Harrison, Loveda „...1190 E. Summerlin St., Bartow 5-6-42 

Harrison, Madeline 732 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 10-3-41 

Harrison, Meta M c/o Richard's Dept. Store, Miami.. 7-15-42 

Harrison, Wilson H Bonifay 3-3-42 

Harrod, G Pass-a-Grille, City Hall 2-14-42 

Harry, Fayetta c/o Safety Insurers, Box 2799, 

Miami 7-29-42 

Harshman, Woodrow W...c/o Bee Realty Company, Sebring 8-7-42 

Hart, Barbara B 434 Hermosa St., West Palm Beach 3-13-41 

Hart, Esther 237 N. 11th St., Ft. Pierce 3-5-42 

Hart, J. C c/o Hart Lumber Company, Ona.. 3-23-42 

Hart, Jeannette J 3 Smith Cottage, Miami Beach.... 5-16-41 

Hart, Robert J., Sr 1930 S. W. 17th St., Miami 3-24-42 

Harter, Kathleen Box 555, Gainesville 10-20-41 

Harter, Thelma 6806 Central Avenue, Tampa 11-16-42 

Hartley, Eva B 1203 Court House, Miami 8-4-42 

Hartman, Ann S 403 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 1-17-41 

Hartman, Betty P. O. Box 4145, Jacksonville 1-4-41 

Hartman, Marie 1102 E. Gadsden St., Pensacola.... 3-10-42 

Hartnett, Joseph D Box 602, Plant City 2-10-42 

Hartwell, Margaret C 280a SW 27th Terrace, Miami 3-15-41 

Harvey, J. A Williston 5-16-42 

Harvey, P. W 223 Orange Ave.. Daytona Beach.. 11-22-41 

Harward, Guy Vanity Fair Arcade, Lakeland 6-6-42 

Harwell, H. P „Route 1, Box 262, Largo 11-6-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 255 

NOTARIES PVBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Haskell, Gladys ~„137 East Main St., Gainesville 10-10-41 

Haskin, Nancy Ann Box 65, Babson Park 10-8-42 

Haslett, Bob c/o Sheriff's Office, Bartow 8-17-42 

Hasseltine, Jean (Mrs.). .Atlantic National Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 12-16-42 

Hatch, Emily Sebring Hotel, Sebring 7-20-42 

Hatch, Grace P. O. Box 194, Live Oak 4-10-41 

Hatcher, P. T 4744 - 20th St., North, St. Peters- 
burg 5-4-41 

Hathaway, A. R c/o Tampa Electric Co., Tampa ... 1-11-41 

Hathaway, J. A. J Bonifay 3-17-41 

Hattaway, Louise P 600 E. Vedado, West Palm Beach.. 3-11-41 

Hatton, Avie Hunter c/o Bon Marche, Pensacola 10-27-41 

Hatton, E. Cyril 1st National Bk. Bldg., Tampa. . 3-13-41 

Haughton, M. H 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville.. 7-9-41 

Haven, Elizabeth 303 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 4-8-41 

Havens, H. W 400 North Orange Ave., Orlando. .. 3-12-41 

Hawes, Nelia C 408 Franklin St., Tampa 8-9-41 

Hawke, A. D „3910 Florida Ave., Tampa 1-30-41 

Hawkins, Edna P 505^/2 North Oak Ave., Bartow 4-27-42 

Hawkins, Evelyn c/o M. A. Lischkoff, Blount Bldg., 

Pensacola 5-22-42 

Hawkins, Phyllis J 315 Avenue B. N. E., Winter Haven 2-7-41 

Hawkins, Wilhelniina 125 East Main St., Bartow 2-28-41 

Hawley, Helen Box 3941, Miami 1-29-42 

Hay, Esther 725 Edgewater Drive, Dunedin 12-28-42 

Hayden, Alfred J P. O. Box 526, Port Orange 1-26-41 

Hayden, Alice M Box 1132, West Palm Beach 2-19-42 

Hayes, Bernard 237 N. W. 20th St., Miami 3-1-41 

Hayes, H. W. Box 1426, Tampa 8-5-42 

Hayes, James B., Jr.. 226 N. W. 24th Ave., Miami 3-22-41 

Hayes, K Box 131, Tallahassee 3-21-42 

Hayes, Marie H P. O. Box 27, Tampa 3-12-41 

Haymans, Lonnie 410 North Franklin St., Gaines- 
ville 7-23-42 

Hasmes, Caldwell, Jr Box 123, Jacksonville 3-13-41 

Haynes, R. T c/o Fla. Power & Light Co., 

Miami 1-25-41 

Hays, C. M Box 2224, Jacksonville 11-20-41 

Hays, Frank P 520 Ninth St., N., St. Petersburg 7-6-42 

Hazard, E. E 710 Atlantic National Bk. Bldg., 

Jacksonville ..: ; 11-14-42 



256 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PVBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Hazel, Madalee J 414 Pla. Natl.Bk. Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 12-11-41 

Hazlett, Esther Phillips..Box 2379, Miami 1-13-42 

Head, W. C P. O. Box 1553, Jacksonville 5-4-42 

Healey, Catherine 310 South Albany Ave., Tampa.... 2-17-42 

Healy, J. R 23 6th St., North, St. Petersburg.. 3-28-41 

Healy, May 516 N. Poinsettia Ave., West Palm 

Beach 5-26-41 

Heath, Tillie P. O. Box 429, Panama City 12-6-41 

Heck, James M 1512 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami... 2-27-42 

Heckes, Frank P. O. Box 1416, Lakeland 2-15-41 

Hedrick, J. D c/o J. H. Pritchard, 7000 Ne- 
braska Ave., Tampa 10-29-41 

Hedrick, R. P 3437 Avenue "E," N. W., Winter 

Haven 4-14-41 

Hegener, Gydde Bass Biological Laboratory, En- 

glewood 12-19-42 

Heim, Verna Box 333, Avon Park 1-20-42 

Heiman, Sam J 1860 West Flagler St., Miami 5-28-42 

Heisey, Virginia L 537 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando.... 2-7-41 

Heisler, P. A 432 Clematis St., West Palm 

Beach 11-30-42 

Helm, Grace P. O. Box 2799, Miami 2-27-42 

Helmrich, Hazel B P. O. Box 584, Melbourne 2-12-41 

Helms, Ruth 1211 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 7-16-41 

Helton, C. A P. O. Box 285, Dundee 3-3-42 

Helvenston, B. W., Jr Live Oak 1-13-42 

Helvenston, P. D Live Oak 2-5-41 

Henderson, Alice P. S. C. W., Tallahassee 7-8-41 

Henderson, Celia J Baird Office Bldg, Gainesville 8-28-42 

Henderson, Frank R Pennsylvania Hotel, Sebring 7-23-42 

Henderson, Henrietta K...915 E. Union St., Jacksonville 6-1-42 

Henderson, J. J., Jr Box 654, West Palm Beach 5-14-42 

Henderson, John J 8 North Park Ave., St. Augustine.. 3-1-41 

Henderson, Karl 1 311 21st St., So., St. Petersburg.... 7-23-41 

Hendon, Frederick Wm...l337 Hill St., Jacksonville 5-22-41 

Hendrix, Audrey 205 Zack St., Tampa : 4-15-41 

Hendry, A. C Shady Grove 11-13-41 

Hendry, Julia LaBelle 12-19-41 

Hendry, W. A 336 Datura St., West Palm Beach 7-7-41 

Hendry, Zella Mae 17 South Riverside Dr., Cocoa 10-17-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 257 

NOTARIES PTJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, POUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Henjum, Evelyn 1504 Harrison St., Hollywood 8-11-41 

Hennessy, Patricia 18 Fifth St., South," St. Petersburg 3-21-41 

Henry, Donald W 1331 Biscayne Blvd., So., Fla. 

Motor Club, Miami 10-30-42 

Henry, Rita May 704 38th St., West Palm Beach 5-5-41 

Hensel, Carl 8029 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 4-10-41 

Henson, E. H 3588 Trask St., Jacksonville 3-12-41 

Henson, Mable H 410 25th St., Bradenton 7-23-41 

Hepfer, Fannye S 909 West Garden St., Pensacola.... 1-24-42 

Herbert, Frank L 22 S. E. Seventh St., Miami 9-28-42 

Herbert, W. H., Jr First National Bank, St. Peters- 
burg 6-18-42 

Hergenroether, J. E 916 New Orleans Ave,, Tampa 8-17-41 

Herin, G. Garlan Cocoa 10-11-41 

Herman, Frederick M 2324 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville 5-20-42 

Herman, Grace K 120 1/2 S. E. 6th Court, Ft. Lauder- 
dale 3-23-41 

Herman, H 1300 Security Bldg., Miami 10-15-42 

Hermann, P. J Pershing Ave., Rt. No. 5, Box 45A, 

Orlando 12-3-41 

Hermanson, B. H Box 192, New Port Richey 8-11-42 

Herndon, J. Thomas 87 N. W. 100th Ter., Miami 5-29-42 

Herndone, Blanche P. O. Box 478, Jacksonville 6-5-42 

Herring F. T Williston 7-14-41 

Herring, Mildred H Apt. 7, Welaka Bldg., Sanford 2-5-42 

Hess, Bslva 19 North Ocean St., Jacksonville.. 4-4-42 

Hess, Chas. R i9 North Ocean St., Jacksonville.. 4-4-42 

Hester, Dollye A P. O. Box 1633, Orlando 11-28-42 

Hester, George T 1786 S. W. 9th St., Miami 1-20-41 

Hewitt, Cecil C 69 N. W. 52nd St., Miami 12-2-42 

Heyerdahl, R Box 772, Ocala 7-24-42 

Hiatt, Adelaide R 714 Iris St., West Palm Beach 6-25-42 

Hibbs, Henry W., Jr Box 236, St. Petersburg 5-23-42 

Hibbs, W. H 820 Dartmoor St., N., St. Peters- 
burg 10-8-42 

Hickerson, Margaret 313 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville.. 7-18-41 

Hickman, E. H 911 Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville.. 7-12-41 

Hicks, C. G Marathon 1-20-41 

Hicks, Claribel S c/o Donald C. McMullen & Sons, 

Tampa 1-30-41 

Hicks, Jessie Mae 101 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 11-3-41 



258 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Hicks, L. M c/o Brooks-Gillespie Motors Inc., 

Laura & State Sts., Jacksonville 11-9-42 
Hicks, Sam, Jr 400 Ninth St., North, St. Peters- 
burg 7-11-41 

Hicks, W. T 1026 Riviera St., South Jackson- 
ville 6-22-42 

Hiday, Henry R 118 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach 2-23-42 

Hiers, William C 267 N. W. First St., Miami 5-24-41 

Higginbotham, Clyde T. .317 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville.... 3-11-42 

Higginbotham, Crela 665 Ivy St., Jacksonville 12-4-41 

Higgins, Idella F 439 Avenue A., N. E., Winter 

Haven 6-23-41 

Higgins, J. S 333 Tenth Ave., Palmetto 4-21-42 

Higgins, John W 315^2 Franklin St., Tampa 6-10-41 

Higgins, Mary P 512 Harwood Avenue, Orlando 10-16-41 

Highsmith, W. R 17 West Union Street, Jacksonville 2-12-42 

Hightower, Aldeen 416 V'2 Flamingo Drive, West Palm 

Beach 7-17-41 

Hightower, Doris M. c/o Lt. M. D. Barefield, Engineer's 

office, Brooksville 10-28-42 

Hightower, Lugene P. O. Box 667, Winter Haven 6-19-41 

Hildreth, J. H t/o Hainje's Furniture Store, Pen- 

sacola 7-25-41 

Hiles, George S Box 1080, Tallahassee 11-3-42 

Hill, Ann Ochs c/o Mabry, Reaves, Carlton & 

White, Tampa 12-28-41 

Hill, Ben H., Jr 1510 Florida Ave., Tampa 2-9-42 

Hill, C. E 25 Fourth St., North, St. Peters- 
burg 2-17-41 

Hill, Dorothy M 236 N. E. 1st Avenue, Miami 4-27-42 

Hill, Ellen M 1615 South Mills, Orlando 3-15-41 

Hill, Hermine W 1335 S. W. 21st Ave., Miami 10-24-41 

Hill, Louis H Lawtey 9-4-42 

Hill, Margery E 911 Metcalf Building, Orlando 4-23-42 

Hill, Marvin R Chattahoochee 4-9-41 

Hill, Mary M c/o City Hall, New Smyrna Beach 11-8-41 

Hill, Mattie Lois 8106 North Fremont Ave., Tampa 1-28-41 

Hill, Nettie Mae Cawthon State Bank, DeFuniak 

Springs 2-13-42 

Hill, S. D Box 131, Sarasota 9-22-42 

Hill, W. W R. F. D. No. 2, Bartow 5-6-42 

Hill, William P Box 247, Belle Glade 4-14-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 259 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Hillbom, L. L 566 N. E. 15th St., Miami 12-20-41 

Hilliard, Daisybelle Box 684, Palatka 1-30-42 

Hilliard, Lucile Rt 1, Box 298, Homestead 8-8-42 

Hilsabeck, W. D 1757 N. W. 33rd St., Miami 6-29-42 

Hines, Clarene Marineland 3-7-42 

Hines, Fi-ances 1741 S. W. 21st Ter., Miami 4-7-41 

Hines, J. C c/o Mahon & Safer, Graham 

BIdg., Jacksonville 6-21-41 

Hinote, H. H P. O. Box 511, Tallahassee 5-11-41 

Hinson, B. L 241 Victoria St., Jacksonville 7-15-41 

Hinson, BiUie M c/o Hinson Body Works, Laura St. 

at Caroline, Jacksonville 12-9-41 

Hinson, Jay C 3333 Palm Street, Jacksonville 7-13-42 

Hinson, Lucile K c/o Tax Collector, Mai'ianna 7-10-42 

Hinton, Thelma G 21 N. W. 21st St., Miami 4-9-42 

Hirt, H. B _ Chattahoochee 12-14-42 

Hirt, Rossie Chattahoochee 3-4-42 

Hitchcock, H. R c/o Dr. Geo. M. Dawson, Harvey 

Bldg., West Palm Beach 12-31-41 

Hitchcock, Homer Lee ....5210 Central Avenue, Tampa 5-30-42 

Hitchcolk, Ola c/o Geo. R. Hitchcolk, Bradenton 11-9-42 

Hjort, Harold R Route 1, Box 33, Tampa 5-3-42 

Hoadley, Elmer L 11 Hibiscus St., Tarpon Springs.... 5-19-41 

Hobbs, T. C 4002 North B. St., Tampa 3-4-42 

Hocke, Madeleine E 5520 N. W. 13th Avenue, Miami.... 7-10-42 

Hodge, A. C, Mrs 1975 East 6th Avenue, Hialeah 12-19-42 

Hodge, Harold L 4362 Gadsden Ct., Jacksonville....l0-10-41 

Hodge, Myra Pennsylvania Hotel, St. Petersburg 7-22-41 

Hodge, Winifred G Eustis 10-12-42 

Hodges, Fannie C Box 533, Pt. Lauderdale 12-19-42 

Hodges, Mabel C 535 West 59th St., Jacksonville 6-13-41 

Hodges, R. T 207 So. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 7-23-42 

Hodler, V. H P. O. Box 13, Mango 4-15-41 

Hodsdon, Nicholas 950 Seybold Bldg., Miami 11-9-42 

Hodson, T. L 115 Robertson St., Lakeland 2-4-42 

Hoedt, Ernest 3102 Barcelona Avenue, Tampa... 1-28-41 

Hoefflin, John A 1509 E. Mallory, Pensacola 7-12-41 

Hoffenberg, S 1427 Silver St., Jacksonville 2-12-42 

Hoffman, Wm. H 128 N. E. First St., Miami 5-1-42 

Hogan, Edward 11 West Duval Street, Jacksonville 3-12-42 

Hogan, L. V Box 507, Jacksonville 11-4-41 



260 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBhlC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Hogan, Marie 719 West Princeton Ave., Orlando.. 9-8-42 

Hogan, Mary Jane 520 N. E. 76th Street, Miami 12-31-41 

Hogan, Mona 603 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 10-15-42 

Hogan, O. H 313 Fi'anklin Street, Tampa 6-11-41 

Hogan, Sarah 900 Ingraham Building, Miami 11-17-42 

Hoke, C. H 3230 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville 3-13-42 

Holcomb, Lyle D 1408 Congress Bldg., Miami 7-2-41 

Holcomb, Mary L P. O. Box 505, Auburndale 10-23-42 

Holcombe, C Box 310, Daytona Beach 3-24-41 

Holcombe, Velma 109 Plant Avenue, Tampa 7-2-42 

Holden, C. H., Sr 514 - 42nd St., West Palm Beach 1-29-42 

Holden, Gladys J Davenport, Florida 3-4-41 

Holden, H. C P. O. Box 1479, Miami 5-15-42 

Holder, L. E., Jr Box 1439, Tampa 3-16-42 

Holder, Wade J 3243 Virginia St., Tallahassee 5-11-42 

Holeman, Dallas E 743 - 14th St., North, St. Peters- 
burg 11-24-41 

Holland, Chas. J 600 American Bank Bldg., Miami.. 7-1-42 

Holland, Dorothy H 330 Arlington Avenue, Sarasota 6-19-41 

Holland, J. 818 North Baylen St., Pensacola... 11-26-41 

Holland, Maud V 320 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach.. 3-11-41 

Hollingsworth, James F...Box 307, Starke 3-2-42 

Hollingsworth, M. T 312 So. St. George St., St. Augus- 
tine 2-13-41 

Hollingsworth, O. T 1501 S. W. 21st Street, Miami 6-7-41 

HoUister. Jeanne Box 719, Ft. Lauderdale 5-8-42 

Hollohan, Edmund P 59 N. E. 22nd St., Miami 6-13-41 

Hollopeter, Arthur 151 NE Third St., Miami 4-6-42 

Holloway, Virginia S Ft. Myers 9-16-42 

Holloway, W. H c/o Florida Fruit Canners, Inc., 

Frostproof 10-1-42 

Holman, Dorothy 577 N. W. 50th St., Miami 4-24-41 

Holmer, Carl, Jr P. O. Box 256, Miami 11-27-41 

Holmes, Floyd M 341 Central Ave., St. Petersburg..l 1-20-41 

Holmes, John R 345 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 12-24-41 

Holsberry, Leroy V 206 American Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Pensacola 4-17-42 

Holt, Gaynelle H. Box 1149, Pensacola 12-17-42 

Holt, Marjorie 113 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 3-22-41 

Holt, Parker Collier Bldg., Ft. Myers 3-28-42 

Holton, Cyrtice C 908 E. Washington St., Orlando.. 7-29-42 

Holton, Elizabeth C 374 West 12th St., Sarasota 11-7-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 261 

NOTARIES PVBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
KAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Holtzendorf, R. L DeSoto Natl. Bank, Arcadia 10-13-42 

Holzer, Curt 1125 N. 13th Street, Pensacola 2-6-42 

Holzman, Irma Kissimmee 3-9-42 

Homer, Edith W 529 Cleveland St., Clearwater 9-13-42 

Hon, Edmond L Box 603, DeLard 12-9-41 

Honour, Fred K 314 Goodall, Daytona Beach 5-30-41 

Hood, Edvirin R P. O. Box 437, Fernandina 4-16-42 

Hood, Martha S Rt. 5, Box 793, Jacksonville 12-12-42 

Hooker, Martha 617 South Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 2-13-41 

Hooks, Frances 523 East McRory St., Lakeland 2-2-42 

Hooks, Lillian Box 6449, Clevi^iston 9-11-41 

Hoornbeck, Betty 342 Linwood Ave., Jacksonville 9-13-41 

Hoover, Jewell Hill Station WJHP, Jacksonville 7-22-42 

Hoover, Martha B Box 57, Umatilla 8-9-41 

Hope, Ernest 7648 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 3-20-42 

Hoperich, Helen Box 488, Sebring 2-11-42 

Hopewell, Bertha 718 Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 5-23-42 

Hoppe, Edward L 330 E. Flagler St., Miami 6-6-42 

Horlick, Pearl c/o L. B. Morgan, Pensacola 3-1-41 

Horn, Gladys 859 Bay Esplanade, Clearwater.... 2-9-42 

Horn, Harry A 411 Main St., Daytona Beach 12-29-41 

Home, Edna P c/o Police Dept., West Palm Beach 1-17-41 

Home, lone S 357 Marlborough Road, West Palm 

Beach 4-27-42 

Home, John Collier c/o Attorney General's Office, 

Tallahassee 3-8-41 

Horne, M. C 12th Floor 1st Trust Bldg., Miami 8-7-41 

Home, Rodbard 1863 Clarkson St., Great Southern 

Trucking Co., Jacksonville 1-22-41 

Horne, S. L High Springs 2-4-41 

Horne, William H 501^2 Franklin St., Tampa 5-24-41 

Horner, Henrietta S Tavares 11-9-42 

Hornsby, M. F 52 West Flagler St., Miami 4-30-41 

Hornstein, Rose G 1401 Collins Ave., Beach Plaza 

Hotel, Miami Beach 11-12-41 

Horovitz, Abe 1323 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville.. 10-13-42 

Horsburgh, W. G c/o Gulf City Motors, Pensacola.... 9-5-42 

Horsley, Jack E 1807 Congress Bldg , Miami 12-10-42 

Horton, Pearl P Box 3735, Pen. Sta., Daytona 

Beach 8-30-41 



262 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Horton, Sara Palm Beach County Tag Office, 

West Palm Beach 2-11-41 

Hosford, Alvin C Lake City 4-10-41 

Hoss, G. S 1209 Spruce Ave., West Palm 

Beach 12-18-41 

Hostetter Irene c/o Tampa Motor Club, 601 E. La- 
fayette St., Tampa 9-4-42 

Hough, Wendell M Ft. Myers 2-28-42 

Houlihan, W. J Maas Building, Tampa 11-22-42 

House, James G 160 N. W. 30th St., Miami 7-6-42 

Houser, R. S c/o Fidelity Storage & Warehouse 

Co., Orlando 11-5-42 

Housh, Mae V 1607 Franklin St., Tampa 5-14-41 

Houston, Earl L 417 Ellamae Street, Tampa 8-8-41 

Houstoun, Genevieve 805 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville....l0-19-41 

Howard, C. N 7244 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-2-41 

Howard, Elizabeth L 528 Hillside Ave., Daytona Beach.. 9-23-41 

Howard, Walter G 149 F. Ave., S. W., Winter Haven.. 4-7-41 

Howarth, Edward T 10 Walnut St., Arcadia 9-6-41 

Howatt, Floy, (Mrs.) Pass. Dept., F.E.C. Ry., St. Augus- 
tine : 3-11-41 

Howatt, Willard 602 Exchange Bank Bldg., St. 

Augustine 3-12-42 

Howland, Jno. P Hth St. at Hillman Road, Live 

Oak 4-17-42 

Hoyland, Lydia R 337 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach.... 4-29-42 

Hubbell, G. A Belle Glade 1-5-41 

Hucker, Robert E 331 East Forbes St., Jacksonville 2-23-42 

Hudson, Albert F 2960 Oak Avenue, Miami 2-17-42 

Hudson, E. N 543 W. Central Avenue, Winter 

Haven 12-11-41 

Hudson, Fortune Bx'onson 2-16-42 

Hudson, J. H Crawfordville 2-1-42 

Hudson, Julia Ocala 3-25-42 

Hudson, N. M 134 Magnoha Avenue, Daytona 

Beach 11-10-42 

Huelsman, Bernard 1750 Greenridge Road, Jackson- 
ville 6-22-42 

Huff, Chas. A P. O. Box 1333, Ft. Lauderdale 2-3-41 

Huff, G. S _ Fellsmere Sugar Producers Assn., 

Fellsmere 3-27-42 

Huff, H. H 860 Collins Street, Plant City 12-18-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 263 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Huff, James O Box 702, Sanford 11-5-41 

Huffaker, R. B Bartow 8-18-41 

Hughen, W. H., Jr Chipley 6-12-41 

Hughes, Gladys C. (Mrs.) 462 Morrell St., Sarasota 11-10-42 

Hughes, Helen 9545 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami Shores 

Village 2-20-42 

Hughes, Ira C 1514 Congress Building, Miami.... 4-27-42 

Hughes, Kimble F P. O. Box 488, Orlando 3-20-41 

Hughey, F. D 828 DuPont Building, Miami 10-10-41 

Hughey, J. R P. O. Box 626, Lynn Haven 4-12-41 

Hughey, Katherine N Box 3667, Orlando 7-27-42 

Hughson, Frank W 228 S. W. First Street, Miami 6-4-41 

Hulse, Marian H 809 Reid Street, Palatka 8-14-41 

Humphress, John Y Capital City Bank, Tallahassee.... 2-10-41 

Humphrey, B. W 312 1/4 Twiggs St., Tampa 2-20-42 

Humphreys, David K 2177 S. W. 23rd St., Miami 9-12-41 

Humphreys, G. I., Jr First National Bank, St. Peters- 
burg 2-8-41 

Humphries, Beatrice Box 1379, Fort Lauderdale 10-20-42 

Hundley, Melva G 1744 N. W. 56th St., Miami 6-29-42 

Hunsaker, Meta M c/o Richard's Store, No. 1, N. E., 

First St., Miami 10-23-42 

Hunt, Annie Ruth Route No. 3, Box 91, Pensacola... . 8-18-41 

Hunt, C. F 341 N. W. 36th St., Miami 3-21-42 

Htmt, G. Bowdon Box 607, Arcadia 4-10-42 

Hunt, Gladys c/o A. J. Sims, Inc., Box 405, 

Tampa 11-29-42 

Hunt, H. A 409 Security Bldg., Miami 4-10-42 

Hunt, Mary L Rm. 606, 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami 

Beach 1-10-41 

Hunt, O. M c/o Thompson Chevrolet Co., Ha- 
vana 6-20-41 

Hunt, R. G 3007 San Jose, Tampa 3-4-41 

Hunter, Gene 513 Postal Bldg., Miami 7-18-42 

Hunter, John T Rt. 8, Box 561-A, Jacksonville 6-2-42 

Hunter, Nancy K 31 Rhode Ave., St. Augustine 1-16-42 

Hunter, W. B Tavares 3-5-41 

Hunter, Wm. A c/o Eustis Motor Co., Eustis 3-30-42 

Huntington, Barton K Concord Hotel, Miami Beach 8-21-41 

Hurley, Gwendolyn P. O. Box 159, Winter Garden 7-12-41 

Hui-st, Florence C P. O. Box 92, North Miami Beach 3-16-42 

Hurst, Frank L 1315 S. W. 3rd St., Miami 11-3-41 



264 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Hurst, Nell c/o Adair, Kent, Ashby, McNatt, 

Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 3-27-42 

Hurt, F. J P. O. Box 1603, Ft. Myers 4-11-42 

Husted, P. W c/o Taylor Hardware Co., 102 E. 

Garden St., Pensacola 8-11-41 

Hutchinson, Stella Box 56, Tarpon Springs 12-9-41 

Hutchison, W. C c/o Chase & Co., Sanford 7-27-41 

Hutson, J. L 516 Hibiscus St., West Palm Beach 5-6-42 

Hutto, Florence 1308 £'o. Moody Avenue, Tampa.... 2-2-42 

Hutto, Lawrence E Jacksonville Terminal Co., Jack- 
sonville 8-13-42 

Hutto, Ruby 2120 Marjory, Tampa 2-24-41 

Hutton, Clifton W 1631 S. W. 14th St., Miami 11-13-41 

Hyatt, Eloise c/o Walter Denson, Inc., 2022 Den- 
nis St., Jacksonville 6-2-41 

Hyed, Nell 3365 S. W. 3rd St., Miami 5-29-41 

Hylton, Ruth B Sebring 2-2-42 

Hysler, L. A 504 First National Bldg., Miami.... 5-16-41 



Idsinga, Leda 5701 Haines Road, St. Peters- 
burg 12-28-42 

Igou, R. G P. O. Box 520, Eustis 2-5-42 

Imboden, E. S 324 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 8-7-41 

Imeson, John G 224 Hogan St., Jacksonville 3-27-41 

Ingle, Mae 401 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.... 3-28-41 

Ingle, Margaret 1460 Main St., Jacksonville 10-13-41 

Inglis, John L 403 Rogers Bldg., Jacksonville 11-26-41 

Ingram, Bessie L Box 27, Cocoa 7-12-41 

Ingram, Imogene 808 Kanuga Drive, West Palm 

Beach 4-5-41 

Ingram, Ruth H 56 West Bay St., Jacksonville 7-8-42 

Ireland, Hugh F 117 N. W. 47th Terrace, Miami 

Beach 11-21-42 

Irvin, M. M 2002 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 2-24-42 

Irwin, Carrol Marianna 3-11-42 

Irwin, D. D Larkin Building, Dade City 5-7-42 

Irwin, Gerry 356 South Beach St., Daytona 

Beach 1-19-42 

Ii'win, Nona Lee c/o Field Director, A. R. C, Pen- 
sacola 3-14-42 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 265 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Isaac, James F Box 427, Daytona Beach 3-8-41 

Israel, Alice Wynn 315 N. E. 107th St., Miami 7-22-42 

Israel, D. D 1295 Ingleside Ave., Jacksonville..l0-14-42 

Israel, Edward M 1123 West Ave., Miami Beach 1-10-41 

Israelson, S. I 't.41-41st St., Miami Beach 3-2-42 

Iverson, M. L Box 1153, Stuart 7-21-41 

Ivey, Martha B Chipley 3-11-41 

Ivey, Mary 7711 N. W. 5th Court, Miami 3-25-42 

Izlar, L. T Robertson Building, Ocala 1-2-42 

Izlar, M. C Box 503, Ocala 2-9-42 



Jackmore, Edna B St. Albans Hotel, Jacksonville 8-6-41 

Jackson, Carl R 624 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 2-11-42 

Jackson, J. Warren, Sr.,..431 S. 7th St., Fernandina 2-18-41 

Jackson, Louise 8015 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-22-41 

Jackson, Margaret 23 Sixth St., No., St. Petersburg.. 4-18-41 

Jackson, Pauline c/o Clawson Mfg. Co., Pensacola.... 8-23-41 

Jackson, R. C 322 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville 7-22-41 

Jackson, Rosa L 2639 Tiger Tail Ave., Coconut 

Grove 3-31-42 

Jackson, Ruth 7120 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 1-17-41 

Jackson, V. C P. O. Box 625, Tallahassee 1-27-41 

Jackson, W. H 3211 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 9-16-41 

Jackson, W. P 311^/2 Zack St., Tampa 11-28-41 

Jackson, Wm. T Box 332, Gainesville 5-11-41 

Jacobs, Chas. H P. O. Box 451, Tampa 10-5-42 

Jacobs, Fred L P. O. Box 3114. Jacksonville 3-25-41 

Jacobs, Sol. Jr., Box 451, Tampa 10-13-41 

Jacobs, Sydell P 705 Washington Avenue, Miami 

Beach 10-14-42 

Jacoway, H. E Court House, Tallahassee 9-27-41 

James, B, E Rogers Bldg., Jacksonville 5-16-42 

James, C. E 465 La Villa Drive, Miami Springs 3-13-41 

James, Cleola „ 108 Harvey Bid., West Palm Beach 7-31-41 

James, Carolyn 1982 S. W. 16th Ave., Miami 9-25-42 

James, T. M., Jr Purchasing & Contracting Section, 

Supply Division, Camp Blanding 12-4-42 

James, Curtis M Box 207, Ft. Pierce 12-27-41 

James, J. C 512 Citizens Bank Bldg., Tampa.... 3-16-41 

Jamison, Herbert Reid ....605 Eagle St., Tarpon Springs 3-22-41 



266 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PJJBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Janak, J. V 612 Fifteenth St., Miami Beach.... 9-2-42 

Jane, A. A P. O. Box 1529, Orlando 8-8-42 

Jane, M. Beatrice 235 North Main St., Orlando 12-28-42 

Jaques, E. B 1119 Hillcrest Court, Eustis 10-4-42 

Jarvis, Jewell R 6316 N. W. First Court, Miami.. ..12-29-41 

Jellen, Archie M 3038 S. W. 5th St., Miami 3-20-42 

Jenkins, Alice 2922 Post St., No. 2, Jacksonville 1-23-41 

Jenkins, Betty 360 S. W. 6th St., Apt. 5, Miami.... 5-28-41 

Jenkins, Joe C 207 W. University Ave., Gaines- 
ville 1-20-42 

Jenks, Alice E P. O. Box 2240, Jacksonville 10-6-41 

Jennings, Catharine c/o Mitchell, Smith & Mitchell, 

Vero Beach 9-4-41 

Jennings, Edward J. Maxville 6-11-42 

Jennings, H. B Motor Vehicle Dept., Tallahassee.. 10-9-41 

Jennings, Marie Wade ....c/o T. J. Jennings, Jr., Green Cove 

Springs 4-28-42 

Jennings, William G Box 1660, Lakeland 10-9-42 

Jensen, J. W c/o Co. Zoning Bd., Court House, 

Miami 12-12-41 

Jepeway, Louis M Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-11-41 

Jerkins, W. M Round Lake 4-24-42 

Jernigan, Gladys Millville 5-15-42 

Jernigan, J. W Route 2, Milton 5-17-41 

Jerrell, Joe c/o Raker Motors Co., Tallahassee 1-20-41 

Jessen, Kathryn 501 1/2 Franklin St., Tampa 11-22-41 

Jinkins, Helen P. O. Box 1220, Sanford 8-11-42 

Jinkins, Jno. D Box 1220, Sanford 8-12-41 

Johannes, F. (Mrs.) 2818 S. W. 19th St., Miami 9-4-42 

Johansen, Valdemar Box 342, Clearwater 8-22-42 

Johns, Dorothy A 1146 East Main St., Lakeland 8-10-42 

Johns, Ruby 556 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami 8-8-42 

Johnson, A. R 923 Comeau Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 1-29-41 

Johnson, Alice L c/o Albury & Co., Box 4221, Miami 3-28-41 

Johnson, Allen R 711 N. Mills St., Orlando 6-1-42 

Johnson. B. A 315 Sessoms Ave., Lake Wales 2-3-41 

Johnson, B. G. c/o Broward Bank & Trust Co., Ft. 

Lauderdale 1-11-41 

Johnson, Ben W P. O. Box 23, Ft. Meade 6-6-41 

Johnson, Blanche M 218 South Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 9-11-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 



267 



ADDRESS 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
FROM DATE GIVEN 



Johnson, C. D 534 N. W. 22nd St., Miami 10-24-41 

Johnson, Charlie Mae ....434 West Virginia St., Tallahassee 8-24-42 

Johnson, Dorothy E 804 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-26-42 

Johnson, E. Nolan 1406 Security Bldg., Miami 7-30-42 

Johnson, Elsa V c/o Dr. C. Panettiere, Box 976, 

Miami Beach 2-19-41 

Johnson, E. M 1871 N. W. 21st St., Miami 12-23-42 

Johnson, Emma S 3 East Tarpon Ave., Tarpon 

Springs 2-1-41 

Johnson, Frederick L 6306 N. W. 14th Ave., Miami 5-23-41 

Johnson, G. C Box 131, Immokalee 8-12-42 

Johnson, G. L 803 Penn. Ave., St. Cloud 6-9-42 

Johnson, H. W Burbridge Hotel, Jacksonville 3-27-41 

Johnson, Harry P 614 Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 4-3-42 

Johnson, Horace B Columbia Hotel, Jacksonville 6-23-41 

Johnson, J. M Dunnellon 9-8-42 

Johnson, J. Earl Seminole Stores, Inc., Ocala 1-24-41 

Johnson, J. Lee „Sebring 10-27-42 

Johnson, James Albert... .c/o Taylor Electric Supply, Pen- 

sacola 10-8-41 

Johnson, Jane 1676 S. W. 22nd St., Miami 11-14-42 

Johnson, K. S 601 Cypress St., Sanford 2-10-42 

Johnson, Manuel P. O. Box 120, Tarpon Springs 10-22-41 

Johnson, Margaret 1124 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 10.-15-42 

Johnson, Margaret S 711 North Mills St., Orlando 9-19-41 

Johnson, Mary E 1714 S. W. 11th Terrace, Miami.. ..11-26-41 

Johnson, Mary L P. O. Box 738, Gainesville 6-4-42 

Johnson, Pauline L 609 W. Belmar St., Lakeland 4-29-42 

Johnson, Rex C P. O. Box 1041, Lakeland 8-21-41 

Johnson, Robert R 1404 Buckingham Rd., Winter 

Park 1-26-42 

Johnson, Ruby Live Oak 2-4-42 

Johnson, Sadie C Box 236, Largo 11-19-41 

Johnson, Sarah c/o Post Times, West Palm Beach 8-29-42 

Johnson, Viola Powell 1317 Heitman St., Fort Myers 1-10-41 

Johnson, Virginia P. 1016 E. Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala 2-12-41 

Johnson, W. H. S Crescent City 3-5-42 

Johnson, Walter J. 607 First Ave., No., St. Peters- 
burg 10-8-42 

Johnson, Winifred P P. O. Box 1199, Tampa 1-23-42 



268 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBL.1C— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Johnston, Adelaide Box 1179, Orlando 11-8-41 

Johnston, Dorothy Citizens State Bank, St. Cloud 2-14-41 

Johnston, Excell R D. Street, Frostproof 10-29-42 

Johnston, John J P. O. Box 104, St. Cloud 3-16-41 

Johnston, Lillie L c/o Chamber of Commerce, Tampa 9-9-41 

Johnston, Merle P 424 9th St., West Palm Bsach 8-26-42 

Johnston, Ruth S 312 Maas Office Bldg., Tampa 7-26-41 

Johnston, S. W 1200 First Street, Fort Myers 4-29-41 

Johnstone, A. B 3603 Oak St., Jacksonville 6-23-41 

Johnstone, Lura H 205 South Boulevard, Tampa 2-15-41 

Johnstono, Ruth H Box 1810, Tampa 3-16-42 

Joiner, C. D Mcintosh 11-9-42 

Joiner, W. C 330 West Main St., No., Gaines- 
ville 8-27-42 

Jollay, Heniy L P. O. Box 979, Winter Haven 2-21-42 

Jones, A. Zelma P. O. Box 1365, Tampa 3-10-42 

Jones, Anne H Registrar's Office, U. of F., 

Gainesville 4-10-42 

Jones, Bernice W 612 Congress Bldg., Miami 11-14-42 

Jones, Beverly 309 Maple Ave., Kissimmee 8-11-41 

Jones, C. B Port Tampa City 8-15-42 

Jones, Christine M Box 1236, Lakeland 5-7-41 

Jones, Clarissa A Box 2324, Tampa 7-16-41 

Jones, Edwin L Fla. Theatre Bldg., Jacksonville.. 11-7-42 

Jones, Elizabeth B 219 W. Gaines St., Tallahassee 3-9-42 

Jones, Fern M c/o Safety Insurers, Box 2799, 

Miami 1-30-42 

Jones, Frances Fla. Bank at Orlando, Orlando 8-31-42 

Jones, Grace King 224 West Gaines St., Tallahassee.. 3-27-41 

Jones, Hammond 310 N. Fla. Ave., Lakeland 7-6-42 

Jones, Harry 2917 6th St., So., St. Petersburg.. ..12-28-42 

Jones, J. B 150 Ouida St., St. Augustine 10-16-41 

Jones, Jno. R Box 1626, Pensacola 8-14-42 

Jones, L. C c/o Henderson & Franklin, Ft. 

Myers 10-11-41 

Jones, L. C c/o Gulf City Motors Co., Pensa- 
cola 2-13-42 

Jones, L. T c/o Tampa Daily Times, Tampa....l0-12-42 

Jones, Lawson B Box 11, Ft. Myers 7-29-42 

Jones, Luther W P. O. Box 2872, St. Petersbui-g 11-21-42 

Jones, Mabel H 317 Tampa Gas Bldg., Tampa 8-9-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 269 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Jones, Marian Law Dept. F.E.C. Ry., Jackson- 
ville 9-16-41 

Jones, Martin L 215 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 10-25-41 

Jones, Owen C 409 Fourth Ave., Manatee 5-10-42 

Jones, Pansy C 910 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 3-29-41 

Jones, R. P P. O. Box 94, Lakeland 10-5-42 

Jones, R. Leon Walnut Hill 12-14-42 

Jones, R. Percy 26 Earnhardt Bldg., Ft. Myers 4-28-41 

Jones, Ruth B 1225 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.... 8-6-41 

Jones, Ruth W 501 S. W. 6th Court, Miami 4-11-41 

Jones, S. S ...Summitt St., Crescent City 1-30-42 

Jones, W. O RFD 1, Box 206, Bartow 9-29-41 

Jonson, D. E Starke 1-16-41 

Jordan, Birkett F Baird Hdw. Office Bldg., Gaines 

ville 8-30-42 

Jordan, Carolyn Box 602, Haines City 5-20-42 

Jordan, Elizabeth 318 East Main St., Bartow 3-29-41 

Jordan, Leona A Box 1019, West Palm Bsach 6-13-42 

Jordon, Pauline T Box 534, Port St. Joe 12-30-42 

Jordan, T. W 8030 Nebraska Ave. Loop, Tampa.. 3-3-41 

Jordan, W. T 739 8th Ave., Palmetto 12-9-42 

Jordon, Peyton T 703 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa.. 6-28-41 

Jory, W. A 1225 Poinsettia Place, Orlando 10-23-41 

Joughin, Madeline L Room 6, Fla. Theatre Bldg., West 

Palm Beach 10-6-42 

Joyce, Paul D P. O. Box 741, Haines City 12-31-41 

Juhan, Evelyn 1741 North Palafox St., Pensacola 3-5-42 

Julian, B. C 427 N. Andrews St., Ft. Lauderdale 6-5-42 

Julian, Dorothy 427 North Andrews Ave 5-5-41 

Julian, Ronald A Suite 18, Hardin Bldg., Lakeland 5-8-41 

Jursik, Anton 1008 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.. 10-30-41 

Justiss, Blanche 608 N. Madison St., Marianna 1-14-42 



Kaabe, Rose P 1780 S. W. 21st St.. Miami 10-23-41 

Kahler, Agnes Hope Box 16, San Antonio 9-11-41 

Kaiser, Jayne M Court House, Palatka 4-26-41 

Kaleel, Wm. C First Federal Bldg.. St. Peters- 
burg 9-8-41 

Kanarr, H. M 1120 13th St. North. St. Peters- 
burg 12-11-41 



270 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PJJBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Kantor. P. F Box 144, Miami Beach 12-20-41 

Kaplan, Goldie L 612 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-30-42 

Kaplan, Ralph R 915 West Flagler St., Miami 11-25-42 

Kardon, Shirley Room 217, 311 Lincoln Road, 

Miami Beach 11-21-41 

Karnes, J. A 1301 S. W. 13th Ave., Miami 8-28-42 

Karr, J. P 702 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 5-3-41 

Karrer, Gertrude 1 105 Canal St., New Smyrna Beach 10-3-42 

Kase, M. L 450 N. E. 38th St., Miami 3-23-42 

Kassewitz, Samuel 410 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville... 8-15-42 

Katz, Birdie Box 1500, Tampa 1-19-42 

Katz, Harry 303 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 5-17-42 

Katz, Moe 217 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 9-11-41 

Keathley, Martha 500 E. North St., Tampa 9-3-42 

Keating, Mae M 933 Liberty St., Fort Myers 9-18-41 

Keefe, W. R Box 1024, Lake Worth 4-16-41 

Keefer, Mrs. B. 1 530 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. ..10-17-42 

Keeling, Alec S 409^ N. DeVilliers St., Pensacola 4-8-42 

Keen, Helen B 2421 9th Ave., Bradenton 2-10-41 

Keen, L. M 212 E. Tennessee St., Tallahassee.. 8-2-41 

Keen, Roberta 1006 Genoa St., Coral Gables 5-1-41 

Keene, Fred W.- 728 Lena St., Jacksonville 11-27-41 

Keep, C. F Box 1072, Orlando .* 8-1-42 

Keesey, C. R 1003 Magnolia St., New Smyrna 

Beach 11-1-41 

Kehoe, Evelyn 202 Huntington Bldg., Miami 4-10-41 

Keith, Paul S 943 East Lemon St., Lakeland 9-24-41 

Keller, H. M 2738 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville.. 11-7-41 

Keller, Lucille c/o Broward General Hospital, Ft. 

Lauderdale 9-14-42 

Keller, Ruby Greenville 12-4-42 

Kelley, J. L 29 N. W. 8th Ave., Miami 8-11-42 

Kelley, Lou Ella c/o Panama City News-Herald, 

Panama City 9-16-41 

Kelly, Catherine Box 413, Starke 4-13-42 

Kelly, Elizabeth B. 509 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa.. 12-29-42 

Kelly, J. Will DeFuniak Springs 6-14-41 

Kelly, James S 3208 San Jose, Tampa 10-29-41 

Kelly. Mabel V 520 West Adams St., Jacksonville 3-20-41 

Kelly, Pauline State Road Department, Talla- 
hassee 7-9-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 271 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Kelly, Robert 701 American Bank Bldg., Miami.. 3-18-41 

Kelsey, C. S 1019 Langford Bldg., Miami 2-10-42 

Kendall, W, W c/o Baldwin Mortgage Co., Sey- 

bold Bldg., Miami 3-26-41 

Kendrick, Frances 109 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-2-41 

Kendrick. Orrie Moore.. ..Bridge Street, White Springs 9-4-42 

Kennedy, Frances 740 Rushing Ave., Lakeland 9-4-41 

Kennedy, Frances Q Box 189, Ocala 8-11-41 

Kennedy, Irma S 404 Medical Arts Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 12-22-41 

Kennedy, J. E First Federal Bldg., St. Peters- 

bmg 10-21-42 

Kennedy, James J 660 South Oak Ave., Bartow 10-26-42 

Kennedy, Ralph A 2719 S. W. 8th St., Miami 2-20-42 

Kennedy, Robert 1820 Cherokee Trail, Lakeland 4-14-41 

Kenney, Anna L Box 3433 Peninsula Station, Day- 

tona Beach 4-10-41 

Kenney, Hazel B c/o Clay County Crescent, Green 

Cove Springs 3-4-41 

Kent, F. A Box 16, Coconut Grove, Miami 3-31-42 

Keough, Rose „ 800 First Natl. Bk. Bldg., Miami.... 11-3-42 

Keppie, M. Roberta Box 669, St. Augustine 2-26-42 

Kerley, C. H. 215 S. W. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-10-41 

Kernberger, Prances 10 North Dixie, Lake Worth 11-14-42 

Kersey, Hazel O Dade City 12-23-42 

Kershaw, J. Lang 1429 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami 12-22-41 

Kershaw, Ruth C 13 Bellair Arcade, Cocoa 5-12-41 

Ketchum, W. R Box 3, Jacksonville 2-1-41 

Ketring, Robert E Box 27, LaBeUe 1-12-42 

Keyser, Lovett American National Bank Bldg., 

Pensacola 5-27-41 

Khoury, G. Robert 235 S. W. 31st Road, Miami 12-5-41 

Kickliter, L. C Box 1189, Stuart 11-4-41 

Kidd, Juliet B Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville 3-9-42 

Kienzle, L. M 635 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg....l0-29-42 

Kierce, Mamie S Duval County Hospital, Jackson- 
ville 8-9-41 

Kies. Camilla M 1625 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.. 2-1-41 

Kight, L. B Box 711, Fort Myers 7-27-42 

Kilby, Alice M Box 85, Lantana 5-8-41 

Kilgore, Claire 516 East Drew St., Clearwater 2-9-42 

Kimball, May N 537 West 41st St., Miami Beach.... 3-11-42 



272 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PXJBL.1C— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Kimbrel. Mrs. Pearl Box 174, Haines City 12-29-41 

Kimbrell, H. Q 1006 Ferdinand St., Coral Gables.. 10-31-41 

Kimbro, Harry J 113 S. W. Second Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 2-26-41 

Kimbrough, A. L Bowling Green 3-9-42 

Kimrey, Maragret C 101 Poinsett Drive, Cocoa 2-25-4^ 

Kincaid, Julia Route 4, Box 598, Jacksonville 9-21-42 

PCinchen, C. P 717 West Forsyth St., Kings Dis- 
tributing Co., Jacksonville 2-4-41 

Kindt, Dora M Box 644, Ocala 5-26-41 

King, Allen J Baker 7-1-41 

King, Alonzo M 6298 23rd Ave., Miami 4-4-41 

King, Clarkie H., Mrs Box 270. Miami 12-12-41 

King, D. Byron 507 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 1-22-41 

King, Eleanor E Box 152, Bunnell 4-8-41 

King, G. M 851 N. W. 21st Terrace, Miami 9-14-41 

King, Geo. W c/o King Motor Co., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 1-11-42 

King, Gilbert D 1220 Obispo Ave., Coral Gables.... 7-11-42 

King, Harry E Winter Haven 7-23-41 

King, Henry W 732 N. E. 87th St., Miami 10-25-41 

King, Imo 2807 Lydia Ave.. Jacksonville 7-3-41 

King, James T 1321 Laurel St., Tampa 4-2-42 

King, L. Alan 311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.... 1-17-42 

King, L. V Box 167, Punta Gorda 6-5-41 

King, Lillian E 1612 Congress Bldg., Miami 2-24-41 

King, M. E 314 Alachua St., Fernandina 8-15-41 

King, William L Box 403, Lakeland 9-4-41 

Kingry, C. W 815 E. La Rua St., Pensacola 7-7-42 

Kinlaw, Dorothy 1948 Market St., Jacksonville 4-5-41 

Kinnick, Rettabelle c/o Judge Boyd H. Anderson, Ft. 

Lauderdale 7-24-41 

Kinsinger, Margaret Box 586, Lakeland 12-24-42 

Kipp, Elemore M The Atlantis On the Ocean at 

27th St., Miami Beach 12-11-41 

Kirby, Murray J 56 West Adams St., Jacksonville.... 2-20-41 

Kirch, Loretta j.Lake Wales 6-21-41 

Kirch, Marie C Momitain Lake Corporation, Lake 

Wales 12-7-42 

Kirchoff, W. M 334 N. E. 101st St., Miami 4-4-41 

Kirkpatrick, M. Allen, Mrs, Court House 4-19-41 

ICirkpatrick, P. E Box 1205, St. Cloud 12-13-41 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 273 

NOTARIES PTJBhIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Kistner, John D 5th Ave. & Suwannee Sts., Zolfo 

Springs 8-8-41 

Kitchen, Ernestine Brooksville 8-9-41 

Kitching, Winifred 108 Lee St., Leesburg 9-23-41 

Kite, Louise Raiford 6-24-42 

Kittrell, Frank R Box 192, Chipley 2-22-41 

Kixmiller, O. F St. Augustine 6-14-41 

Klarer, Louis A Box 708, Fernandina 10-11-42 

Klein, F. J. 1000 N. Dixie, West Palm Beach. .11-28-41 

Klicker, Chas. L 312 W. Adams St., Jacksonville.... 5-4-42 

Kline, Betty 2260 S. W. 19th Terrace, Miami.... 1-21-42 

Kline, Florence M 357 E. 4th St., Hialeah 12-30-41 

Klingler, Isabella O Box 224, Pompano 7-13-42 

Kloeppel, Robert George Washington Hotel, Jack- 
sonville 5-27-42 

Klotz, Gertrude V 69 N. W. 99th St., Miami 3-27-42 

Klutts, J. Leonard, Jr c/o Pinellas Cigar Company, St, 

Petersburg 4-21-41 

Knapp, Robert B 512 North Federal Highway, Ft, 

Lauderdale 12-4-41 

Kneeland, Ray E c/o Walton Clinic, Lakeland 12-24-41 

Knight, C. A Starke 7-26-41 

Knight, C. W 231 E. Union St., Gainesville 6-8-42 

Knight, Emily C 3940 Baltic St., Jacksonville 11-13-42 

Knight, John C Motor Vehicle Dept., Tallahassee.. 6-24-41 

Knight, John P 435 E. Muriel Ave., Orlando 2-9-42 

Knight, Marion B Blountstown 2-7-42 

Knight, May S 606 E. Giddens Ave., Tampa 8-30-41 

Knight, Mildred R Tyndall Field, Panama City 11-13-42 

Knightly, E. Phyllis Fimt Atlantic Natl. Bk. Bld|g., 

Daytona Beach 8-11-42 

Knightly. Robert A 126 S. Coates St., Daytona Beach 8-9-41 

Knighton, E. V Box 2035, Jacksonville 5-15-41 

Knill, A. J Sebring 10-3-42 

Knoll, Gertrude 216 Burgess Bldg., Jacksonville 7-14-41 

Knowles, Alice M 4094 Park Ave., Coconut Grove 7-24-42 

Knowles, Rosetta 415 Bahama St., Key West 5-26-42 

Knowles, T. S 2280 S. W. 23rd St., Miami 8-2-41 

Knoy, Beatrice 2900 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 5-2-41 

Knutson, Geo. 1896 S. W. 25th St., Miami 2-10-41 

Koesy, S. Fred 1953 N. W. 3rd St., Miami 2-4-42 

Koger, D. D „.1663 Alton Road, Miami Beach. 4-10-42 



274 RE3>ORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Kohen, Herman E 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach ... 2-20-42 

Kohl, Margaret 901 South Dixie Highway, West 

Palm Beach 4-29-41 

Kohl, William G 620 E. DeLido Drive, Miami Beach 10-3-42 

Kohler, William G 112 S. Miami Ave., Miami 2-27-41 

Kohnen, Catherine E 2 N. E. 70th St., Miami 11-6-42 

Kohorst, Louise B Box 1993, Miami 4-2-41 

Kokanour, Margaret Loui7 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 10-26-42 

Kopplow, H. E. '. 925 N. W. 17th St., Miami 3-3-41 

Koster, Ford Box 1163, Jacksonville 6-14-41 

Kotler, Harry Box 2191, Tampa 9-8-41 

Kout, Hylan H 319 28th St., Miami Beach 3-18-42 

Ki-ansby, Joseph J 1416 Florida Ave., Tampa 7-21-42 

Kraus, Walter P 623 North East 83rd St., Miami... 6-20-41 

Krauss, L. E 616 Laura St., Jacksonville 7-3-41 

Kreis, Daisy D 224 Flagler Ave., Coronado Beach 10-5-42 

Kuhn, J. E -Boyd 2-11-41 

Kuhns, Mabel Port Meade 12-9-42 

Kurtz, R. E Box 986, Ft. Myers 3-2-42 



Laber, Leo. H 1355 S. W. 19th St., Miami 1-24-41 

LaBree, A. M P. O. Box 517, Dania 8-24-42 

Lackey, Ethel I P. O. Box 390, Ft. Myers 12-31-42 

Lackland, W. B 935 N. Boulevard, DeLand 6-23-42 

Ladd, P. H Box 483, Key West 12-31-42 

Lake, A. J 607 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 1-27-41 

Lake, John E 309 Law Exchange Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 4-25-42 

Laidman, Sylvia 436 W. 24th St., Jacksonville 10-11-41 

Lamb, A. M 145 Eighth St., North, St. Peters- 

bm-g 8-13-42 

Lamb, Agnes 304 1st Natl, Bank Bldg., Tampa.. 2-5-42 

Lamb, Edna Louise T Route 2, Box 29, Plant City 9-4-41 

Lamb, G. P Box 247, Arcadia 6-5-41 

Lamb, Helen C 1712 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.. 2-5-41 

Lambert, Margaret P 133 S. E. 2nd St., Ft. Lauderdale.. 1-5-42 

Lambert, Solon 4215 North A St., Tampa 8-23-41 

Lamper, Agnes 1226 Ingraham Bldg.. Miami 11-26-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 275 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Land, Margaret c/o Richard P. Robbins, County 

Judge, West Palm Beach 10-29-42 

Land, Mary H Box 634, Venice 12-12-42 

Land, T. H Atlantic National Bank, Jackson- 
ville 11-7-41 

Landefeld, C. H., Jr ?. O. Box 130, Hollywood 3-10-42 

Landrum, O. E 426 Main St., Jacksonville 7-15-41 

Lane, Bert Box 1030, Pensacola 6-27-42 

Lane, H. L /14 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 11-4-41 

Lane, Marie Leesburg 7-10-41 

Laney, L. B 1121 23rd Ave., North, St. Peters- 
burg 12-12-41 

Laney, Marie T Bonifay 2-6-42 

Lang, Edward P. O. Box 1388, West Palm Beach 4-15-42 

Lang, Lois Comptroller's Office, Tallahassee 3-25-41 

Lang, Maude Route 2, Box 254, Sarasota 5-19-41 

Lang, R. C P. O. Box 13-F, Trenton 11-13-42 

Lange, O. M c/o Daniel & Hall, 105 E. Lafay- 
ette, St., Tampa 9-25-42 

Lange, Walter H 2210 Pearl St., Jacksonville 4-11-42 

Langford, Doris 1012 Comeau Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 7-31-41 

Langford, Lelia M P. O. Box 955, Tallahassee 3-10-41 

Langston, Carl D 500 Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville.. 3-29-41 

Lanier, Lila 202 Langford Bldg., Miami 7-17-42 

Lanier, W. H P. O. Box 528, Clewiston 1-26-41 

Lanier, W. H 1702 E. Powhatton Ave., Tampa.... 3-1-41 

Lankes, R. A 29 Venetian Way, Apt. 6, Miami 

Beach 12-1-41 

Lantz, Mattie W 308 W. Louisiana Ave., Tampa 7-29-41 

Lanyon, Thomas M 2923 Tambay, Tampa 8-20-42 

Larkin, L. W 1113 East Gonzalez, Pensacola 5-30-41 

Larkin, W. C DeSoto City 11-6-41 

Larkins, Josephine 4159 Eighth Ave., N., St. Peters- 
burg 2-17-42 

Larrimore, W. D Motor Vehicle Dept., Tallahassee.. 4-1-41 

Larsen, C. W 321 NE 79th St., Miami 5-9-42 

Lasher, M. L 2518 Dellwood, Jacksonville 9-25-42 

Lasley, Margaret Box 204, Kissimmee 10-16-41 

Lassiter, W. 357 East 6th St., Hialeah 7-27-42 

Lasswell, Grace Box 511, West Palm Beach 1-16-41 



276 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PVBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Latimar, Preston P 1510 Jefferson St., Tampa 7-15-41 

Lau, Louisa D City Hall, Orlando 12-15-41 

Laurent, J. M 595 Pearl St., Bartow 11-21-42 

Lavin, Tresa 312 Altamont Ave., Ft. Myers 4-30-41 

Law, John M Box 244, Eau Gallie 9-11-41 

Law, Lewis F 234 1/2 South Beach Street, Day- 

tona Beach 8-6-42 

Law, Percy E "Box 1106, Jacksonville 7-12-42 

Law, W. E., Jr 3109 Park St., Box 2337, Jackson- 
ville 7-13-42 

Lawler, Ada M 511 Exchange Bldg., Orlando 9-22-41 

Lawlis, Gladys C 54 N. E. 5th St., Miami 7-8-42 

Lawrence, E. W c/o Clerk Circuit Court, DeLand.. 3-7-42 

Lawrence, Marjorie c/o Tax Assessor's Office, Miami 

Beach 1-20-41 

Lawrence, Richard A 223 Melbourne Ave., Melbourne.... 7-22-41 

Lawrence. Robert F Boca Raton 10-12-42 

Lawson, Edith Box 3511, Orlando 2-11-42 

Lawson, H. L 1635 N. W. 28th St., Miami 8-13-42 

Lawson, Jasper P. O. Box 29, Ft. Lauderdale 12-10-41 

Lawson, Minnie J 823 Lemon St., Palatka 3-5-41 

Lawson, W. I Box 402, Clewiston 10-8-42 

Lawton, B. M Pla. Coca-Cola Bottling Co., 2334 

Market St., Jacksonville 6-3-41 

Lawton, W. J Oviedo 5-10-41 

Layfon, A. L Box 4674, Jacksonville 8-13-42 

Layton, Sara Elizabeth ..1405 Spring Lake Drive, Orlando.. 1-8-42 
Leo, Charlotte 107 Law Exchange Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 4-9-41 

Leach, L. E P. O. Box 990, 107 South Franklin 

St., Tampa 5-12-42 

League, Barbara R Rt. 5, Box 838-A, Jacksonville.... 8-3-42 

Lear, C. F Valparaiso 4-11-42 

Leavitt, W, A 2493 Orange Avenue, Sanford 4-11-42 

Lechner, R. C Route 3, Box 819, Jacksonville 3-15-41 

LeCompte, Nelle L 1st Federal Bldg., 100 N. E. 1st 

Avenue, Miami 1-10-41 

Ledbetter, C. B Box 224, Groveland 1-9-41 

Ledbetter, Chas. B., Jr 23-25 McAllister Arcade, Miami.... 6-24-42 

Leddin, Paul D Ocean Avenue, Edgewat3r 6-13-42 

Ledger, Mildred E c/o Pentland & Robertson, Sears 

Bldg., Daytona Beach 2-11-42 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 277 

NOTARIES PUBLIC — (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Lee, Adele 4050 Hardie Road, Coconut Grove, 

Miami 7-14-42 

Lee, Charles Robert 2107 S. W. 31st Ave., Miami 8-7-41 

Lee, E. B., Jr 310 Datura St., West Palm Bsach 1-25-42 

Lee, F. M 501 W. Euclid Ave., Tampa 5-21-42 

Lee, Mrs. Frank Smith.. ..1112 West Main St., Leesburg 7-14-42 

Lee, Geo. W Palm Beach Mercantile Co., West 

Palm Beach 4-25-42 

Lee, J. R. E., Jr c/o Fla. A. & M. College, Talla- 
hassee 11-15-42 

Lee, L. C Florida Aircraft Radio Corpor- 
ation, Ft. Lauderdale 1-30-42 

Lee, Mabel I c/o State Treas., Tallahassee 1-25-42 

Lee, Maude Ruth c/o American Oil Co., Pensacola.... 1-18-41 

Lee, Robert E Box 309, Panama City 2-17-42 

Lee, S. P 1676 S. W. 11th St., Miami 9-12-42 

Lee, W. S 1000 N. E. First Ave., Miami 9-21-42 

Lee, Sadie Fisher 1202 Belmont Terrace, Jackson- 
ville 10-25-42 

Leeds, S. E Box 1236, Jacksonville 6-1-42 

Lefevre, Dorothy F c/o Morrell Memorial Hospital, 

Box 873, Lakeland 5-7-42 

Leff, H , 925 Main St., Jacksonville 12-1-42 

Lefler. M. E 701 American Bank Bldg., Miami.. 2-12-41 

Leggett, Doris M Box 578, Ocala 4-15-41 

Lehman, H. J S'anford State Farmers' Market, 

Sanford 11-6-42 

Lehman, Mrs, J. L Route 7, Box 557, ^610 St. Johns 

Ave., Jacksonville 8-12-41 

Lehman, Warren 2302 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 1-29-41 

Leifeste, Virginia Talbot..c/o St. Petersburg Times, St. 

Petersburg 4-24-42 

Leigh, B. F Jasper 2-7-41 

Leinbach, Catherine A c/o Earl M. Darby Finance Co., 

Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 9-18-42 

Leith, I. H 523 Gardenia St., West Palm 

Beach 6-30-42 

Leman, Kathleen Green Cove Springs 9-24-41 

Lemmon, Clyde Box 95, Barberville 6-16-42 

L'Engle. Frank F 525 Earnett Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonviilo 5-22-42 



278 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Lennehan, Marjorie A 2134 N. W. Miami Court, Miami.. 1-2-42 

Leon, S. P 331 West Church St., Orlando 5-28-42 

Leonard, Herbert L 402 Polk Ave., N., Arcadia 7-20-42 

Leonard, R. B Box 799, Ft. Lauderdale 6-9-41 

Lepaige, Chas. E., Jr 423 W. 6th Ave., Jacksonville 11-19-41 

Lerette, A. J 3325 NW Fifth Ave., Miami 4-7-42 

LeRoy, Blanche Alachua 4-11-42 

Leroy, H. N Alachua 4-27-42 

Leslie, J. J _ 1905 North A. St., Tampa 1-27-41 

Lesser, J. H Box 1447, West Palm Beach 7-4-42 

Lester, Lois B 144 N. W. 26th Ave., Miami 11-13-42 

Letellier, L _ 1124 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.. 10-15-42 

Letzring, Howard B 101 5th St., S., St. Petersburg... 9-5-41 

Levengood, W. B. 2818 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-11-41 

Leverett, Ella W Box 233, St. Petersburg 9-10-42 

Levine, Joseph tlotel Lamar, Miami 3-28-41 

Levy, Arnold J 547 West 28th St., Jacksonville.... 4-17-41 

Lewis, Carl O 1202 E. 15th St., Jacksonville 4-10-42 

Lewis, David J 909 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 3-23-42 

Lewis, E. Clay, Jr Port St. Joe 4-29-41 

Lewis, Earl L Milton 1-14-41 

Lewis, Elinor Burt Ft. Myers 11-8-41 

Lewis, Elizabeth H Tallahassee ...'. 10-9-41 

Lewis, Frances R., Mrs 326 E. 18th St., Jacksonville 11-23-42 

Lewis, G. E 4151 S. Dixie Highway, Miami 3-21-41 

Lewis, Hazel L 213 N. Main St., Orlando 12-10-42 

Lewis, Henry A Box 457, Panama City 5-19-41 

Lewis, Henry J Box 472, Lakeland 10-27-42 

Lewis, J. C 201 West Madison, Starke 11-8-41 

Lewis, Ovid G Box 8, Brooker 6-5-42 

Lewis, Mrs. W. F 889 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 3-19-42 

Leybourne, Aline C Consolidated Naval Stores Co., 

Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 9-16-41 

Libby Ida M 7937 N. E. Second Ave., Miami 11-25-42 

Licata, Philip F 1713 East Broadway, Tampa 4-27-42 

Lichliter, Carmen S 3052 N. E. First Court, Miami 11-15-41 

Lichlyter, Elsie V Box 1290, Tampa 10-15-41 

Lichtenstetter, G. L 1700 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-30-42 

Lightsey, Irene Box 244, Alachua 5-16-41 

Lilly, A. L 354 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach.. 8-17-42 

Lilly, P. L 819 7th St., N. W., Winter Haven.. 12-8-41 

Limbric, J. B 757 West Ashley St., Jacksonville..l2-18-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 279 

NOTARIES PTJB1.1C— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Linder, Arthur T. H „..Fla. East Coast Hotel Co., Palm 

Beach 6-22-42 

Linder, Elizabeth c/o R. M. Hart, 710 Citizens Bldg., 

West Palm Beach 12-11-41 

Lindler, J. W c/o Railway Express Agency, Lake 

City 8-19-41 

Lindley, J. R ...c/o Foremost Dairies, Inc., 2903 

College St., Jacksonville 2-27-42 

Lindman, Mary R.F.D. No. 2, Mount Dora Citrus 

Growers Association, Mt. Dora.. 11-8-42 

Lindorflf, Theodore J Box 1126, Orlando 2-24-42 

Line, Dorothy First National Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 10-16-41 

Linebuagh, I. G 3151/2 Franklin St., Tampa 5-13-41 

Lines, W. D Box 347, Quincy 10-6-41 

Lingle, Frederick J 2025 Bayview Blvd., Jacksonville.. 5-23-41 

Linick, Fred 5100 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami 10-3-42 

Linton, J. P River Junction 10-3-42 

Lipowsky, Ethel ..221 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 4-12-41 

Lippton, Marian S 415 Perkins St., Leesburg 4-17-41 

Litrico, Linda 3 Seville St., St. Augustine 1-29-41 

Livingston, A., Jr 201 Capitol Square Bldg, Talla- 
hassee 10-8-42 

Livingston, Howard G 213 Circle, Sebring 12-20-41 

Livingston, J. M., Mrs Box 870, Daytona Beach 9-23-42 

Livingston, L. E 1929 16th St., S., St. Petersburg 9-19-41 

Liana, Delphin M 604 South Orleans, Tampa 1-21-41 

Llaneza, Madeline 2112 15th St., Tampa 12-16-42 

Llewellyn, Margaret H Route 3, Box 434, Lakeland 7-6-42 

Lloyd, Edith A Box 647, Palm Beach 1-14-41 

Lloyd, John U 516 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale... 8-21-41 

Lloyd, S. M Wakulla Springs Lodge, Wakulla.. 10-12-42 

Lockett, Helen E Box 2343, Miami 3-7-42 

Lockhart, Arline Gray ....Hernando State Bank Bldg., 

Brooksville 6-24-41 

Lockhart, J. H Box 4008, Pinewood Station, 

Miami 6-16-42 

Lockwood, Theo G Bartow 2-7-41 

Loftus, J. J _ Route 1, Box 2091, Miami 5-10-41 

Logan, Curtis 1014 East Amelia Ave., Orlando.... 8-7-41 

Loggins, Jean Box 1525, Buena Vista Station, 

Miami 7-6-42 



280 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Lehman, Edna E. .„ 281 King St., Jacksonville 6-1-42 

Lohman, Sam C 1621 N. E. 4th Court, Ft. Lauder- 
dale 3-5-42 

Lohse, F. W - 932 Ingleside Ave., Jacksonville 8-10-41 

Lomas, George 40 N. W. 20th St., Miami 8-22-42 

Long, Alene S. 843 S. W. 12th Ave., Miami 9-17-41 

Long, Cathleen E Largo 11-22-41 

Long, Ellen 130 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville.... 9-3-42 

Long, Fred Charle."? 12 West Garden St., Pensacola... 5-22-41 

Long, Helen K 308 West Arlington St., Gaines- 
ville 9-2-41 

Long, J. C „ „.Box 901, Pensacola 7-30-41 

Long, R. A Box 1541, Orlando 1-10-41 

Long, R. M _ 914 Arlington Ave., N. St, Peters- 
burg 8-1-42 

Long, Wm. G Plant City 9-8-41 

Longmire, E. M 445 14th Ave. N. E., St. Peters- 
burg 12-28-42 

Longstreth, Irma 812 Twelfth St., Bradenton 12-10-42 

Logan, Mildred I 513 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 7-17-42 

Loomis. W. P 1066 Fourth St., North, St. Peters- 
burg 3-7-41 

Loop, Dallas E -c/o Florida National Bank, Jack- 
sonville 6-22-42 

Loos, Xandor W 2240 S. W. 13th St., Miami 7-14-41 

Lopez, A. v., Sr 808 West Bay St., Jacksonville 11-1-42 

Lopez, Mary V 1410 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-3-42 

Lord, Dorothy E 674 Douglas Ave., Dunedin 3-22-42 

Lord, E. J Ti-enton 10-11-41 

Lord, Raymond R Key West 8-19-42 

Losey, H. Carl 1516 N. W. 28th St., Miami 5-1-42 

Lott, Ruby c/o Baxter & Clayton, Miller Bldg., 

Gainesville 11-28-41 

Love, Mary Box 1137, St. Petersburg 6-23-42 

Love, Mary K 27 S. E. 5th St., Miami 12-28-42 

Love, R. J Quincy 12-10-42 

Love, Rosily Ann 7335 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 9-30-42 

Love, Sam A Box 4484, Jacksonville 11-18-41 

Lovell, Frances R Box 3, Tavares 9-29-41 

Lowe, J. F 1700 N. E. Second Ave., Miami 10-25-41 

Lower, Ada B. 14 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami 10-24-42 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 281 

NOTARIES PJJBhIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Lowry, T. S., Jr Rm. 6 Shaw Arcade Bldg., Tarpon 

Springs 8-20-41 

Loy, Mertle 43 N. E. 4th St., Miami 4-4-42 

Loznicka, W. H 117 Law Exchange Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 2-1-42 

Luckie, Laura C Box 58, Jacksonville 11-16-42 

Ludlam, Elizabeth 615 Fleming St., Key West 10-23-42 

Ludwig, Katherine 508 Consolidated Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 5-13-41 

Luetscher, E. L 1107 Franklin St., Tampa 10-25-41 

Luke, Bertha B Box 1956, Orlando 7-5-41 

Lummus, Frances L Ocala 3-3-42 

Lund, Oscar A c/o Newport Industries, Pensacola 4-9-41 

Lundquist, E. G Box 4574, Jacksonville 2-23-42 

Lundquist, P. I Naples 1-8-42 

Lundy, Willie H Perry 12-3-41 

Lupo, Rose 4104 Myrtle Ave., Tampa 8-28-42 

Lurvey, Frances G 1507 DeSoto Ave., Tampa 9-30-42 

Luttrell, F. A Blountstown 5-5-42 

Lutz, Eleanor Blount Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 9-14-42 

Lynam, G. C 2019 S. W. 16th St., Miami 10-19-42 

Lynch, Gail S c/o Circuit Judge's Chambers, 

Daytona Beach 10-3-42 

Lynch, I. C 36 North Ridgewood Drive, Se- 

bring 10-9-42 

Lynch, Mary Linn 600 8th Ave. S. St. Petersburg 5-24-41 

Lyons, Frances P Miami Industrial Bank, Miami.... 5-8-41 

Lyons, Mildred M 745 N. W. 47th St., Miami 12-20-41 

Lytle, Elizabeth c/o S. J. Groves & Sons, 716 

Blount Bldg., Pensacola 7-2-42 

Lytle, Sarah 821 Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala 12-17-42 

M 

Macauley, W. H 687 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.. 8-4-41 

MacAskill, Buena 1229 Main St., Sarasota 11-20-41 

MacDonald, Anna E 157 W. 11th St., Hialeah 6-22-42 

MacDonald, Betty W 936 Sorolla Ave., Coral Gables 6-23-41 

MacDonald, J. M 2953 S. W. 21st Terrace, Miami.... 5-23-41 

MacDonald, Josephine ....639 Woodward Drive, Lakeland.... 6-24-42 

MacDonald, Marion ........714 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Miami.. 1-31-41 

MacFeeley, J. N 1100 Lynch Bldg.. Jacksonville.... 3-7-42 



282 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PJJBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

MacGregor, Mildred 320 S. W. 22nd Ave., Miami 8-11-41 

Mack, Arthur J 234 S. Clara Ave., DeLand 10-22-41 

Mack, Julius L c/o Cohen Brothers, Jacksonville.. 1-19-42 

Mack, R. A c/o Hector Supply Co., Miami.... 5-17-41 

MacKay, E. R Box 1459, Ft. Lauderdale 11-4-41 

Mackenzie, Lillian M 314 S. 9th St., Palatka 3-16-42 

MacLachlan, Nellie D 3310 Alton Road, Miami Beach.... 4-10-42 

MacLaughlin, Greta E 858 16th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 2-21-41 

MacMaster, Dorothy G 1st Natl. Bank Bidg., Miami 4-15-42 

MacNichol, G P. O. Box 4, Everglades 1-3-41 

Macomber, R. G 1634 Ionia St., Jacksonville 1-9-41 

Macon, A. D Quincy 6-2-42 

Macon, Margaret 921 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. ..11-26-41 

MacPherson, Rose R 1st Fed. Savings & Loan Assn., 

Miami 10-24-41 

Maddox, C, D 812 Twiggs St., Tampa 5-30-42 

Maddox, Melissa S c/o County Judge, Wauchula 5-8-41 

Madison, Lola 1200 4th St. No., St. Petersburg.... 1-31-42 

Madsen, Verneen 2525 Garfield St., Hollywood 7-14-41 

Magaha, E. M P. O. Box 228, Ft. Myers 4-10-41 

Magann, H. E 4719 S. W. Second St., Miami 8-7-41 

Magid, Harry 1 955 Washington St., Miami Beach 8-7-41 

Magill, Mary E 97 N. W. 47th St., Miami 3-8-41 

Magnon, W. H 510 Franklin St., Tampa 1-22-41 

Magrath, Anne P 2651 Gale Court, Jacksonville 5-24-41 

Mahrt, W. C c/o New Ice Co., Winter Haven.... 1-24-42 

Maier, Gladys V c/o Jas. M. Owens, West Palm 

Beach 4-16-41 

Maier, L. M 1355 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville.. 4-30-42 

Major, Ethel V 598 N. W. 38th St., Miami 8-18-41 

Majors, J. S Route E, Box 150, Pensacola 12-3-41 

Makemson, E. C 17 Tropical Arcade, Ft. Lauder- 
dale 10-22-42 

Makemson, R. H c/o Broward Bank & Trust Co., 

Ft. Lauderdale 7-31-41 

Mallard, Annie M 208 W. Powhatan Ave., Tampa... 8-1-42 

Mallett, Charles C 318 W. 23rd St., Jacksonville 11-6-42 

Mallory, Cora c/o Amer. Natl. Bank, Pensacola.. 4-28-42 

Mally, Marjorie F 1432-A Child St., U. S. Naval Air 

Station, Jacksonville 6-13-42 

Malmud, Eveljni S 1604 duPont Bldg., Miami 1-5-42 

Malmuth, Maurice 835 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.. 10-31-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 283 

NOTARIES PTJBI.IC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

■ • 

Maloney, William J P. O. Box 2403, Palm Beach 10-16-41 

Malvestuto, Annette 819 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-11-41 

Mancini, Katherine c/o Fisher and Sauls, St. Peters- 
burg 6-21-41 

Maner, Beula Bedingfield SlllVa Suwanee Ave., Tampa 5-17-42 

Maney, Bessie B., Mrs 5117 Taliaferro Ave., Tampa 12-7-42 

Mangan, Richard E 689 N. E. 73rd St., Miami 10-1-41 

Manion, Helen 1135 S. W. 13th St., Miami 4-10-42 

Maniscalco, Frank P 259 W. 7th St., Sarasota 8-5-42 

Mann. Barbara B P. O. Box 1343, Ft. Myers 8-24-42 

Mann, Blanche E P. O. Box 162, Hollywood 4-15-41 

Mann, Catherine 1014 NW 58th Terrace, Miami 5-6-42 

Mann, H. V 1029 Lark St., Jacksonville 7-6-42 

Mann, J. Hervey, Jr Wallgreen Bldg., St. Petersburg.... 4-9-41 

Mann, Sam H 515 First Natl. Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 7-25-42 

Manning, E. M P. O. Box 1651, Tampa 5-21-42 

Manning, Nina E 100 duPont Bldg., Miami 5-13-42 

Manning, W. D Tampa Electric Co., Tampa 5-24-41 

Manry, John H.. Jr 5525 S. W. 5th St., Miami 11-6-42 

Mansfield, Gordon Henry721 N. W. 12th Ct., Miami 2-21-42 

Manson, C. J Drawer D., Delray Beach 4-14-41 

Mantell, Raymond D Crestview 8-21-41 

Mantey, Isabelle H 509 Exchange Bldg., Orlando 10-9-41 

Manthey, John 90 N. W. 100th St., Miami Shores 4-3-42 

Manucy, Dorothy R Flagler Hospital, St. Augustine.. ..11-12-41 

Manucy, J. Herman Box 654, St. Augustine 6-19-42 

Mapp, Edward P. O. Box 35, Stuart 12-8-42 

Mappin, Bernard 301 N. W. 79th St., Miami 5-30-41 

Mappin, George Victor ....Box 1382, Miami 10-24-41 

Marchant, Louise B 1213 Park Circle, Tampa 12-14-42 

Marden, Harry W 234 3rd Ave. No., St. Petersburg.. 11-22-41 

Marik, Evelyn c/o Hollis Rinehart, Jr., Miami. .11-10-41 

Markert, Betty R 328 Ocean St., Jacksonville 7-12-41 

Markette, Mary K Box 6366, Clewiston 6-4-42 

Markham, E, T P. O. Box 151, Daytona Beach 3-4-41 

Marks, Elyn M 410 Eighth St., West Palm Beach 1-15-41 

Marks, Paul H Security Bldg., Miami 4-20-42 

Maroon, Hoke T 1510 N. W. 8th Terrace, Miami.... 8-27-41 

Marschall, Katherine 4006 Perry St., Jacksonville 4-3-42 

Marsden, Chris 523 West 18th St., Jacksonville.... 2-12-41 

Marsh, Elizabeth Box 495, Miami Springs 6-3-42 



284 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC — (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Marsh, J. B Nichols 3-2-42 

Marshall, A. R 1899 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-31-42 

Marshall, Alfred P Legal Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-22-41 

Marshall, D Box 1940, Miami 11-30-42 

Marshall, Kathryn B Yankeetown 7-17-42 

Marshall, Richard A 2201 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 11-15-41 

Martin, Bessie Attorney General's Office, Talla- 
hassee 7-10-41 

Martin, Bessie 215 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 3-6-42 

Martin, C. Hanford 1210 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 3-2-42 

Martin, E. S Crescent City 3-4-42 

Martin, Elizabeth 415 Ninth St., No., St. Peters- 

^ burg 1-24-41 

Martin, Ernest Haines City 2-8-41 

Martin, Katherine 218 N. W. 12th Ave., Miami 9-4-42 

Martin, L. W Box 2643, Mulberry 9-10-42 

Martin, Melbourne L 27 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami 8-11-42 

Martin, O. E Oxford 8-14-41 

Martin, R. V., Jr 2881 N. W. 54th St., Miami 6-27-41 

Martin, Stella 252 Links Ave., Sarasota 5-8-42 

Martin, Victor L P. O. Box 147, Kendall 9-13-41 

Martin, Wesley M c/o Police Dept., Miami Beach 9-22-41 

Martineau, Edward R St. Leo College Prep. School, St. 

Leo 12-12-42 

Martinez, Jose 210 E. Government St., Pensa- 

cola 2-5-42 

Martinez, Margaret 1107 Fleming St., Key West 4-8-42 

Marx, Earl 7603 Sherwood St., Jacksonville.. 10-13-41 

Marzyck, W. H., Jr Box 2035, Jacksonville 5-21-42 

Maschiette, Margie J c/o The Everglades Club, Palm 

Beach 7-2-42 

Mason, J. H c/o Stovall & Stovall, Inc., Tampa.. 11-17-41 

Mason, Sippi C 801 21st St., Bradenton 8-21-41 

Massari, G. B 1801 12th Ave., Tampa 3-30-41 

Massari, I. P c/o International Bank, Tampa.... 3-18-42 

Massey, Dorothy P P. O. Box 148, Pt. Lauderdale 4-22-42 

Masters, C. Thomas 1602 Swift St., Jacksonville 6-11-41 

Masterson, Catherine M...457 5th Ave. No., St. Petersburg.. 4-3-42 

Mathas, J. D c/o County Judge, DeLand 11-5-42 

Mathein, Hazel K., Mrs...2128 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 8-7-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 285 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Mathers, Edna B 247 N. W. 33rd St., Miami 11-16-42 

Mathes, Jas, S Box 1859, Jacksonville 1-19-42 

Mathews, Mae P 15 Theatre Arcade, Ft. Myers 6-10-41 

Mathews, Mary E 415 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale.. 11-1-41 

Mathis, Anabel Box 173, Wauchula 6-12-42 

Mathis, C. R c/o Sherman Arcade Bldg., Pana- 
ma City 6-2-42 

Mathis, Wm. W 1759 W. Government St., Pen- 

sacola 3-11-42 

Matthews, Anita S 117 E. 2nd St., Jacksonville 8-12-42 

Matthews, Juanita 1137 N. W. 49th St., Miami 8-7-41 

Matthews, Sam C 204 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 6-26-41 

Matthiesen, R. H Box 2378, Tampa 2-2-42 

Mattox, Flossie Bonifay 12-1-42 

Mattox, Ruth B First Natl. Bank, Coral Gables 6-20-41 

Maull, Hallie E 133 N. Main St., Orlando 11-14-42 

Maupin, T. L 618 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 5-17-41 

Maurer, W. F 205 Blount Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale.. 10-27-41 

Mawhinney, Isabel State Hospital, Chattahoochee.... 8-8-42 

Maxim, John 920 Main St., Jacksonville 2-3-42 

Maxwell, R. P 4300 S. W. 15th St., Miami 7-11-41 

May, C. D Box 164, Lacoochee 4-16-41 

May, Fred P 812 East Boundary St., Gaines- 
ville 2-28-41 

Mayer, R. T 17 So. 4th Ct., South Miami 11-5-42 

Mayer, Sylvester Orlando 2-21-42 

Mayfield, Mary K P. O. Drawer 471, Marianna 3-17-41 

Mayhall, Cornelia G Box 469, Marianna 9-19-42 

Mayo, Annetta T P. O. Box 483, Tallahassee 3-27-41 

Mayo, J. E Comptroller's Office, Tallahassee 9-24-42 

Mayo, W. T 204 Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 8-12-41 

Mayol, P 301 So. 11th Ave., Hollywood 1-24-42 

McAdams, E. T 1018 North Orange Ave., Sarasota 3-6-41 

McAdams, Ruth 1 1018 North Orange Ave., Sarasota 3-7-41 

McAfee, Aubrey 216 Third Street, Lake Wales 9-15-42 

McAllister, A. R., Jr Box 2709, Miami 8-9-41 

McAllister, Daisy Box 686, Pensacola 5-27-42 

McAllister, Thurza Box 723, Plant City 8-29-42 

McAnly, Margaret Arcadia 10-13-42 

McArthur, Edward C Box 3269, Tampa 9-9-42 

McArthur, Frances 174 N. W. 30th St., Miami 6-20-41 



286 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

McArthur, Wade 626 Fifth Street, Miami 12-11-41 

McAtee, B. J 625 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 6-23-41 

McBride, Helen Potts Box 323, DeLand 1-28-42 

McBride, P. W 531 E. Monroe St., Jacksonville... 8-22-42 

McBride, Ruby M 3745 Perry St., Jacksonville 4-13-42 

McBryant, Thomas Lee.. ..914 Livingston St., Orlando 9-8-41 

McBryde, Hope Box 2324, Jacksonville 2-2-42 

McCaffrey, Frank R 966 Willowbranch Ave., Jackson- 
ville 2-18-42 

McCahill, S. S DuPont Bldg., Miami 3-9-42 

McCain, R 504 First Trust Bldg., Miami 4-18-41 

McCall, Alice 2413 Alameda St., Sarasota 4-9-41 

McCall, C. P Apopka 10-24-42 

McCall, C. Lawton 9533 NE 2nd Ave., Miami Shores 

Village 9-12-41 

McCall, James P Box 136, Altha 12-11-42 

McCallum, Mrs. Clyde E.P. O. Box 1769, Jacksonville 5-6-42 

McCallum, Jean 1000 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 4-11-41 

McCampbell, J. Horton ....Box 1230, West Palm Beach 2-13-41 

McCampbell, Olive 314 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 4-17-41 

McCandliss, R. W. 700 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 12-29-41 

McCann, Tillie K P. O. Box 1685, West Palm Beach 2-18-42 

McCardell, J. Elton 356 So. Beach St., Dayton Beach.. 10-24-42 

McCarey, Hazel H 447 W. College Ave., Tallahassee 8-11-41 

McCarter, C. W P. O. Box 4124, Jacksonville 2-3-41 

McCarthy, Beatrice L c/o Indian Creek Club, Miami 

Beach 5-31-41 

McCarthy, Harry 1912 Collins Ave., Miami Beach... 2-22-41 

McCarty, John M Box 4, Fort Pierce 9-4-41 

McCaskill, Dolly P. O. Box 511, Pensacola 12-22-41 

McCaskill, Mrs. Edna 825 E. Belmont, Pensacola 1-27-41 

McCaskill, J. M 1205 Security Bldg., Miami 11-2-42 

McClain, Gretna Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach.. 4-19-41 

McClellan, L. C P. O. Box 434, Zephyrhills 9-26-42 

McClellan, Lillian c/o Sears & Shea, Atlantic Bank 

Building, Jacksonville 8-13-41 

McClellan, Madeline 1537 NW 33rd St., Miami 2-7-41 

McClung, Lester M P. O. Box 601, Clearv^^ater 9-4-41 

McClure, Evelyn 208 Campina Court, Coral Gables 4-5-41 

McClure, J. A., Jr First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-8-41 

McClure, J. R c/o Davis and Davis, Madison 7-16-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 287 

NOTARIES PUBUC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

McClure, Ruth W Box 611, Orlando 7-10-41 

McClurg, C. V Box 482, Lakeland 1-6-41 

McClurg, Margaret R c/o Peoples Savings Bank, Lake- 
land 8-6-41 

McClurkin, Florence Palmer Natl. Bank, Sarasota 10-7-41 

McCollister, Otto 5306 Seminole Ave., Tampa 1-11-41 

McCollum, Bertha C c/o Tax Assessor, Tavares 11-5-42 

McCollum, Charles E 50 NE 49th St., Miami „ 6-10-42 

McConnell, B. S 2632 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville.. 10-6-41 

McConnell, Richard B 8005 Taliaferro, Tampa 6-12-41 

McCook, L. E 332 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-6-41 

McCord, Guyte P., Jr Box 706, Tallahassee 9-19-41 

McCorkle, Harry 110 N. Lakeview Drive, Sebring. 3-21-42 

McCormick. Claire 1309 Barnett Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 8-22-42 

McCormick, L. R Box 269, Gainesville 11-5-41 

McCormick. Laura Mae . 915 Greenleaf Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 10-22-42 

McCoy, D. W 1857 SW 8th St., Miami 5-22-42 

McCoy, Mary Jones Box 191, Lake City 6-6-41 

McCranie, Claire N 406 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 5-20-42 

McCraw, Annabel 516 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 5-2-41 

McCreary, Mrs. E. W Box 73, Gainesville 4-18-42 

McCullough, Bessie M c/o C. W. Zaring & Co., 710 West 

Bay Street, Jacksonville 9-9-41 

McCullough, Edward 1027 E. LaRua St., Pensacola 4-17-42 

McCune, C. N c/o Broward Bank & Trust Build- 
ing, Ft. Lauderdale 4-9-42 

McCurdy, John A P. O. Box 1074, Tampa 8-27-42 

McCutcheon, R. J., Jr P. O. Box 266, St. Petersburg 12-13-42 

McCutcheon, T. 3 342 First Ave. No., St. Peters- 
burg 5-3-41 

McDaniel, Elsie .513 First Natl. Bldg., Miami 3-11-42 

McDavid, R. S Bayside Tourist Park, Pensacola.. 9-16-42 

McDermott, Francis W ..Box 275, St. Petersburg 4-17-42 

McDonald, Donald Box 839, Winter Haven 12-18-41 

McDonald, Eva 602 Hildebrand Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 9-24-41 

McDonald, Evelyn Quincy 5-11-42 

McDonald, J. W 322 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.... 1-17-41 

McDougle, Ann 1001 NW 65th St., Miami 3-6-41 

McDowell, L. Cabell 2035 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 4-16-41 



288 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

McDowell, Mane B .P. O. Box 101, Auburndale 5-5-41 

McDowell, Mayre Louise.. 207 Lake Shore Blvd., Lake Wales 9-5-41 

McDowell, T. E 102 Court House, Jacksonville 4-3-41 

McDuffee, Mildred .c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensa- 

cola 5-29-42 

McDuffie, Kenneth M Route 1, Box 394, D. Jacksonville 10-2-41 

McEachern, A. G P. O. Box 842, St. Petersburg 3-18-42 

McElroy, Frances 806 Meridale St., Orlando 3-10-41 

McElroy, Miriam 160 SW 19th Road, Miami 1-23-41 

McElroy, R. D P. O. Box 30, Lake Worth 11-20-41 

McElya, Ruth 912 W. Oak St., Arcadia 3-9-42 

McEwen, Devonia P. O. Box 1090, Lakeland 10-30-41 

McFadden, T. G Box 158, Groveland 6-18-42 

McFarland, Mrs. Ann 610 NE 64th Terrace, Miami 11-10-42 

McFarland, Margaret 2903 4th Ave. No., St. Peters- 
burg 12-4-42 

McGeachy, Leila Tampa Gas Building, Tampa 1-23-41 

McGehee, Shelley c/o J. J. McCaskill Motor Co., 

Marianna 6-27-42 

McGill, D. T P. O. Box 134, Lake Butler 1-6-42 

McGinnis, H, R Route 3, Box 954-L, Miami 2-9-42 

McGowin, W. T St. Andrews, Fla 5-12-42 

McGraw. Elizabeth D 3006 Mitchell St., Tampa 8-18-41 

McGregor, M. S P. O. Box 385, DeLand 10-24-42 

McGrew, J. B 2415 Cervantes St., Pensacola 10-1-42 

McGriff, Releford P. O. Box 702, Jacksonville 7-22-41 

McGuigan, Rose A ...Box 313, Sebring 2-12-42 

McGuinness, J. B 145 11th Ave., N. E., St. Peters- 
burg 6-8-42 

McHale, E. E 501 Washington St., Tampa 2-28-42 

McHale, Francis M ..3545 Mayflower St., Jacksonville.. 11-28-41 

Mcllrath, E. K 121 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. 2-2-42 

Mclnnis, A. C DeLeon Springs 11-21-42 

Mclntyre, F. R 712 Greenleaf & Crosby Bldg., 

Jacksonville 8-4-42 

Mclntyre, Johnnie Orlando 6-24-42 

Mclntyre, Lucille c/o Osceola Hotel, 311 Magnolia 

Ave., Orlando 2-26-42 

McKaig, C. L Box 1267, Sarasota 4-11-42 

McKay, Ada 2405 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 10-6-41 

McKee, J. M ....1640 W. Cervantes St., Pensacola 8-11-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 289 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

McKee, Jay C 2045 Dartmouth Ave. No., St. 

Petersburg 3-3-41 

McKee, W. H 214 East Bay St., Jacksonville .... 11-8-41 

McKenna, Edward R 203 Plaza Circle, Palm Beach 7-29-41 

McKenna, Jane ....First Fed. Savings & Loan Assn. 

Biadenton 9-24-41 

McKenney, Ruby G. 243 9th St., So, East, Winter 

Haven 9-30-41 

McKim, Mary A Box 409, Orlando 11-14-41 

McKinney, Christine Route 1, Box 236, Bartow 8-18-41 

McKinnon, H. A 119 E. Call St., Starke 4-2-41 

McKinnon, W. M 901 Magnolia Ave., Sanford 12-14-42 

McKnight, Amy Ruth ...Bay Street, Davenport 5-9-41 

McLauchlin, A. J Fairfield 9-24-41 

McLaughlin, J. T 1466 Pinegrove Ave., Jacksonville 4-16-42 

McLaughUn, Nira G 2 W. Yale Avenue, Orlando 1-22-41 

McLaurin, Margaret c/o Leon Elec. Supply Co., Talla- 
hassee 9-20-41 

McLean, Mary John Palatka 7-10-41 

McLean, William N P. O. Box 270, Pensacola 1-3-41 

McLendon, Beulah 305 So. 14th St., Palatka 4-20-42 

McLeod, Lucy Everglades, Box 66 12-8-41 

McLeod, W. M c/o County Tax Collector's Office, 

Tampa 3-14-42 

McMackin, Willford P RFD No. 3, Box 4715, Tampa 12-2-41 

McMahon, Joe C 620 Ashe St., Key West 1-23-41 

McManeus, C. M Box 462, Sebring 1-11-41 

McMannis, E. G P. O. Box 2551, Orlando 10-22-41 

McManus, J. H 119 East Forsyth St., Jackson- 
ville 9-23-41 

McManus, Lola M 612 Hibiscus Street, West Palm 

Beach 12-29-41 

McMasters, L. L P. O, Box 2990, St. Petersburg 2-10-41 

McMichael, Douglas 210 E. Cass Street, Tampa 8-20-41 

McMillan, David R c/o Safety Insurors, Inc., Box 2799, 

Miami 4-25-41 

McMillan, May 200 East Forsyth St., Jackson- 
ville 8-5-42 

McMillen, Anita P Chamber Commerce Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 5-11-42 

McMullen, C. Y 379 Monroe Street. Dunedin 7-10-41 

McMurray, Nellie 816 Center Street, Fernandina 3-19-41 



290 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

McNab, Beatrice J 1085 16th Ave. So., St. Petersburg 3-8-41 

McNabb, Pauline 97 N. W. 32nd St., Miami 2-17-41 

McNally, Harold A 2910 Decatur Ave., Tampa 11-25-41 

McNaughton, Evelyn A... Hotel Raleigh, Miami Beach 8-8-41 

McNaughton, Malcolm D. 2485 S. Bayshore Dr., Coconut 

Grove Station, Miami 11-8-41 

McNeal, S. L 710 Harrison Street, Tampa 3-20-41 

McNeill, Mrs. Daniel B 2129 So. First St., Jacksonville 3-14-42 

McNeish, Marion S 11 6th Street No., St. Petersburg. .11-21-41 

McPherson, Annie E P. O. Box 172, Marianna 11-3-41 

McPherson, N. T., Mrs Eustis 7-11-41 

McPheters, Everett E 8 6th St. No., St. Petersburg 1-15-41 

McQuagge, H. S Box 166, Panama City 3-31-42 

McQueen, Mrs. Howard L.SW Pla. Blood Bank Municipal 

Hospital, Tampa 5-11-42 

McQuiddy, Frances V 1724 Silver St., Jacksonville 11-3-42 

McQuinn, Alex Box 1403, Tampa 10-24-42 

McRae, Monroe 1211 Fifth Ave. So., St. Petersburg 7-18-41 

McRee, Lenice 422 West Gregory St., Pensacola.. 11-27-42 

McTigue, Rita 410 SE 16th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.. 12-19-42 

McTureons, R. M Altoona 2-10-41 

McVay, T. W Lake Wales 1-13-41 

McWhirter, Marie L 1200 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami 5-8-41 

McWhorter, J. S 367 N. W. 6th Street, Miami 8-22-41 

McWhorter, Harry M 10 Collier Arcade, Ft. Myers 10-13-41 

Meador, Barbara 2701 West Flagler St., Miami 8-6-41 

Meadors, John F 2264 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville.. 9-3-42 

Mealor, LaVerne 1004 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 3-11-42 

Meares, H. E P. O. Box 5356, Tampa 1-19-42 

Mears, Alicia Quincy 9-12-41 

Mears, George S 223 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville . 4-27-41 

Mechlowitz, A. Louis 504 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 4-3-41 

Medina, Eugenia D 207 Duval St., Key West 3-24-41 

Medlock, Genevieve 1427 Liberty St., Jacksonville 5-8-42 

Meece, Elsie D 8251 N. E. 8th Place, Miami 7-18-42 

Meek, John H 802 N. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clear- 
water 1-15-41 

Meffert, Mrs. Bobbie M...P. O. Box 330, Ocala 5-10-41 

Meier, Katherine D Natl. Airlines, Inc., Municipal Air- 
port, Jacksonville 11-10-41 

Meighen, W. A 2115 Hills Ave., Apt. 7, Tampa 2-25-41 

Meitin, Amadeo A 116 So. Beach St., Daytona Beach 12-8-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 291 

NOTARIES F\JBhIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Meitin, H. A St. Augustine Natl. Bank, St. 

Augustine 3-12-42 

Melbourne, Emily C 1757 N. W. 19th St., Miami 2-21-42 

Melcolm, D. A., Jr 630 West Bay St., Jacksonville 3-3-41 

Mell, Victor 1998 N. Miami Avenue, Miami 11-12-41 

Mellor, Fred H 2216 Broadway, Fort Myers 8-21-42 

Meloon, Marion A Pine Castle 1-12-42 

Melson, Frances P 210 E. 19th St., Jacksonville 3-24-41 

Melton, Corriene C 225 Oak Drive, Lakeland 7-16-42 

Meltzer, I. N 230 N. E. 14th St., Miami 4-26-41 

Melvin, Mary M Philaco Shores Subdivision, Apa- 

lachicola 10-9-41 

Mendenhall, Harry 829 First St., Fort Myers 2-2-42 

Menefee, Marguerite W...144 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 2-6-42 

Menendez, Mary 2019 13th Ave., Tampa 4-15-42 

Menna, Cora 709 N. E. 15th Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale _ 5-23-41 

Menzies, Alice W 8015 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 10-23-42 

Mercado, Jack 1504 Alton Road, Miami Beach... 11-5-41 

Mercer, J. F Bunnell 1-6-42 

Mercer, Julia A 416 S. E. 26th Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 8-27-41 

Meredith, Margaret W 1034 27th St. North, St. Peters- 
burg 8-6-42 

Meredith, Patsy 1207 East Central Ave., Orlando.... 2-5-41 

Meriwether, Roger L Box 1236, Haines City 4-18-42 

Merker, Gertrude First Natl. Bank, Palm Beach 11-3-41 

Merkle, J. B c/o Industrial Savings Bank 126 

Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach ... 7-21-41 

Merlin, Sophie 412 Main St., Jacksonville 2-21-42 

Merrell, Edith 629 Yale Ave., Orlando 3-5-41 

Merrell, R. A 701 Main St., Daytona Beach 7-12-42 

Merriam, Georgia D ...Box 772, Panama City 12-16-42 

Merrick, Maurice K 2807 Main St., Jacksonville 5-18-42 

Merrill, Fred T P. O. Box 391, Palatka 5-1-41 

Merrill, W. J Fort Meade 3-16-42 

Merritt, D. M c/o McGiffin & Co., Foot of 

Hogan St., Jacksonville 3-3-42 

Merritt, John A., Jr Box 590, Pensacola 1-21-41 

Metcalf, A. C 1114 Postal Bldg., Miami 5-22-42 

Metcalfe, A. B 5805 Central Ave., Tampa 1-17-41 



292 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PVBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Metz, Fred C. „ c/o North Miami Post Office, 

North Miami 12-16-42 

Meybem, Albert R 406 South Krome Ave., Homestead 7-10-42 

Meyer, Lina R 1102 First Trust Bldg., Miami 9-1-42 

Meyer, M. E Box 192, Sanford 9-12-42 

Meyer, Ruth E 3040 Second Ave., North, St. 

Petersburg 3-18-42 

Meyers, Ethel E. (Mrs.). .8601 W. Railroad Ave., Miami 10-1-42 

Meyers, Mae (Mrs.) 2474 N. W. 29th St., Miami 11-7-42 

Michael, Dorothy S 314 Cleveland St., Fort Myers 11-2-42 

Mickler, T. Rogero Box 7, St. Augustine 8-30-41 

Middlebrooks, E. A., Jr... 1707 King St., Jacksonville 9-5-42 

Middleton, Effle S 305 West Oak St., Arcadia 7-9-42 

Middleton, Goldie S P. O. Box 63, Tampa 10-22-42 

Middleton, Marie c/o Nelson Chevrolet Co., Panama 

City 8-29-41 

Middleton, Merle 428 West Orange St., Gainesville 8-31-42 

Middleton, Nedra 1750 N. W. 10th Ave., Miami 8-15-42 

Middleton, R. O Bath and Tennis Club, Inc., Palm 

Beach 3-28-41 

Middleton, W. S., Jr Pomona 4-9-42 

Midulla, Carmen 1022 22nd Ave., Tampa 11-20-42 

Mike, Mayme 318 Child St., South, Leesburg 8-7-41 

Milam, Alice M P. O. Box 5066, Jacksonville 4-22-41 

Milam, Josephine 614^/2 Azeele Street, Tampa 6-16-41 

Miles, J. H. Brewster 9-2-41 

Miles, T. J 406 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 4-7-41 

Milford, Arlene Route 2, Box 1382, St. Petsrsburg 4-9-42 

Milian, Alwin S 3701 Florida Avenue, Tampa 6-10-42 

Milian, Louis, Sr 123 Court D.. Riverview Terrace, 

Tampa 3-18-42 

Milian, Oscar L Box 384, Key West 7-15-41 

Millar, R. C c/o Fla. Times Union, Jackson- 
ville 9-27-41 

Miller, A. F., Jr „ 33 Fourth St., So., St. Petersburg 3-5-42 

Miller, Anna B Exchange Natl. Bank, P. O. Box 

1809, Tampa 7-1-42 

Miller, Beulah K P. O. Box 778, Jacksonville 9-23-42 

Miller, Charles 1205 West Flagler St., Miami 2-27-42 

Miller, Charles Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jacksonville.. 10-23-42 

Miller, Clarence E. 2861 College St., Jacksonville 7-5-42 

Miller, E. H Freeport 3-17-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 293 

NOTARIES P\JBI.1C— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Miller, P. L 308 Thiesen Bldg., Pensacola 9-26-41 

Miller, George B 152 N. E. 92nd St., Miami 7-11-42 

Miller, Helen C P. O. Box 291, Lake Worth 5-30-42 

Miller, Ida Victoria 227 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-23-41 

Miller, Irving 1127 Washington Ave., Miami 

Beach 4-9-41 

Miller, J. H 653 Washington Avenue, Miami 

Beach 10-24-4i 

Miller, J. Thompson 9535 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-2-41 

Miller, Johnnie Maurine..l832 N. W. Flagler Terrace, Miami 2-15-41 

Miller, L P. O. Box 3399, Daytona Beach 1-17-42 

Miller, Lois c/o Gulf Power Co., Panama City.. 12-18-42 

Miller, Lottimay B Drawer 2349, West Palm Beach....l2-ll-41 

Miller, Lucy G 2708 Myra St., Jacksonville 2-1-41 

Miller, Margaret E c/o Clay Electric Corp., Inc.. Key- 
stone Heights 8-12-42 

Miller, P. A 310 N. W. 9th St., Miami 8-2-42 

Miller, Paul 22 N. W. 20th Street, Miami 3-2-42 

Miller, Robert T 954 Augusta St., Lakeland 3-24-41 

Miller, W. G P. O. Box 9, Fort Lauderdale 4-20-42 

Millican, Sue First Natl. Bank, Lake Worth 11-16-42 

Milligan, Mary C 30 West 32nd St., Jacksonville 1-12-42 

Milliken, Ralph Box 507, St. Petersburg 7-25-42 

Mullinix, Mary Ellen c/o Brandon Electric Co., DeLand 6-6-42 

Mills, Clarice Box 31, Dade City 7-7-42 

Mills, Janiece C 1022 West Bay St., Jacksonville.. ..12-1 1-42 

Mills, Kathryn 3907 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami 10-1-42 

Mills, Mary Peninsular Life Ins. Co., Jackson- 
ville 8-7-41 

Mills, Robert A P. O. Box 507, Jacksonville 4-23-41 

Mills, Vera M 3016 N. W. 11th Ave., Miami 1-20-42 

Mills, William H P. O. Box 937, St. Petersburg 7-13-42 

Milton, J. J P. O. Box 403, Jasper 8-6-41 

Milton, Lucile Marianna 5-15-42 

Minardi, John B 706 Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa.... 7-17-41 

Minchew, Irene Box 190, Marianna 9-17-42 

Minear, Robert B. 199 Pinecrest Drive, Miami Springs 3-16-42 

Miner, E. L 1210 First Trust Bldg., Miami 5-15-41 

Mines, Sarah 244 N. W. 31st Street, Miami 1-13-41 

Minor, Marcia H Exchange Natl. Bank, Winter 

Haven 12-24-41 

Minshall, Anne M 305 E. Ft. King Ave., Ocala 3-9-42 



294 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Minton, Fred Carrabelle Hotel, Carrabelle 9-4-42 

Mints, M. C 1846 Silver St., Jacksonville 1-30-41 

Miscally, Henrietta 725 Hogan St., Jacksonville 10-4-41 

Mitchell, A. M 3908 Ai'lington Avenue, Tampa... 5-19-41 

Mitchell, Alice W 1825 Barnett Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 5-7-41 

Mitchell, Carrie K 705 Bay St., Tampa 6-21-41 

Mitchell, D. B c/o O. J. Oosterhoudt, Barnett 

Bldg., Jacksonville 7-22-42 

Mitchell, D. T Fellsmere Sugar Producers' Assn., 

Fellsmere 5-29-41 

Mitchell, E. C Box 2318, Miami 2-28-42 

Mitchell, F. W Box 1553, Jacksonville 2-3-41 

Mitchell, Frank C 518 West Flagler St., Miami 1-27-41 

Mitchell, J. C 1111 Magnolia Avenue, Sanford.... 11-7-41 

Mitchell, Maude B 3907 57th Avenue, North, St. 

Petersburg 10-24-42 

Mitchell, Myrtle H P. O. Box 413, Jacksonville 3-27-41 

Mitchell, Nona P. O. Box 1297, Lakeland 2-24-42 

Mitchell, W. H 16 Sixth St. So., St. Petersburg... 12-9-41 

Mixson, R. K 410 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-29-41 

Moffett, A. S Sherrill Oil Co., Pensacola 2-26-41 

Moffett, J. D Scenic Highway & Orange Ave., 

Lake Wales 1-27-42 

Molter, M. E 2110 Belote Place, So., Jackson- 
ville 8-15-41 

Monahan, Irene Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach.. 7-14-41 

Moncrief, W. H Box 652, Tampa 7-13-42 

Monroe, Louise 23 East Wright St., Pensacola 6-9-41 

Monrose, Marjorie V First Natl. Bank Bldg., Tampa 3-28-42 

Montague, Henry A 19 Via Parigi, Palm Beach 11-27-41 

Montgomery, J. L 44 W. Rivo Alto Drive, Miami 

Beach 3-24-42 

Montgomery, H. B Florida Tax Deed Service, Tampa. .10-22-41 

Montgomery, John M 501 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 4-10-41 

Moody, Arthur R 2406 Liberty St., Jacksonville 7-24-41 

Moody, F. H Box 990, Plant City 3-4-42 

Moody, Ray 500 Palm St., West Palm Beach... 9-11-41 

Moody, Troy E Tax Collector, Vero Beach, Box 

WW 9-27-41 

Moomaw, Elsie B 750 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 3-28-41 

Moore, A. B Baker 7-20-42 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 295 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOU^ YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Moore, Alton L 439 East Main St., Bartow 3-3-41 

Moore, Arthur W 353 N. E. 85th St., El Portal, 

Miami 12-11-42 

Moore, Bertha 1218 DuPont Bldg, Miami 6-7-41 

Moore, Clara B Merritt Island, Box 123 11-8-41 

Moore, D. W Box 493, Starke 5-23-42 

Moore, Esther D Box 492, Homestead 11-30-42 

Moore, Hampton c/o Sarasota State Bank, Sara- 
sota ...11-14-42 

Moore, J. N Jacksonville Terminal Co., Jack- 
sonville 11-25-41 

Moore, Josephine D 404 Seybold Bldg., Miami 12-1-42 

Moore, Louise R Box 56, Moore Haven 6-9-42 

Moore, Louise S 1001 Florida Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 9-26-41 

Moore, Lucille Cocoa 12-13-41 

Moore, Lucille J Box 447, Hollywood 2-4-41 

Moore, M. C 642 Grand Ave., N. W., Winter 

Haven 12-11-42 

Moore, M. L ?/o Wyman-Green-Blalock, 442 

12th St., Bradenton 7-31-41 

Moore, Mary Clewiston 4-4-41 

Moore, Mary E 2181 North Bay Road, Miami 

Beach 3 2-28-42 

Moore, Mildred E : P. O. Box 343, Clearwater 2-24-41 

Moore, Nelle R 1221 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.. 11-13-41 

Moore, V. V., Jr 327 Massalena Drive, Panama 

City 8-4-42 

Moore, Vivian T 105 Magnolia Avenue, Daytona 

Beach 3-24-41 

Moore, W. H 1227 East Mohawk, Tampa 1-4-42 

Moore, Wm. N Box 15, Graceville 1-15-42 

Moorhouse, E. P Room 208, Stovall Office Bldg., 

Tampa 5-9-41 

Moran, Helen P Box 239, Madison 1-7-42 

Mordaunt, Hal c/o Pearce Produce Co., 611 Sey- 
bold Bldg., Miami 4-1-42 

Mordt, Rhea B 214 Ora St., Daytona Beach. 6-22-42 

Moreland, John W 11 Hamilton Heath, Tampa 4-8-41 

Morford, W. E Daytona Beach 6-23-41 

Morgan, Pestus Sustis 7-1-41 

Morgan, Florence 1510 East Bobe St., Pensacola 5-2-42 



296 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PJJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Morgan, Fi-ank B 3560 S. W. 13th Terrace, Miami... 8-8-41 

Morgan, Inez A P. O. Box 43, Brandon 2-24-41 

Morgan, Janie C 413 W. 8th St., Jacksonv.ille .. .12-13-41 

Morgan, Laura P. O. Box 3833, Orlando 2-2r5-42 

Morgan, Marcellus River Junction 7-6-41 

Morgan, Margaret 1073 McDuff Ave., Jacksonville.. 12-2-42 

Morgan, Mildred Arcadia 10-15-42 

Morgan, R. H Route No. 2, Box 656, St. Peters- 
burg 3-7-42 

Morgan, Vida O 1457 S. W. 20th Ave., VJiami 3-29-41 

Morgenstern, Edw. M 621 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 11-29-42 

Morison, T. A Sarasota 11-20-41 

Morlock, Richard E P. O. Box No. 1, Jacksonville 5-13-41 

Morper, M. C Archer 12-8-42 

Morrell, Joseph A Umatilla 8-9-41 

Morrill, M. Glene 627 Dartmoor St., N., St. Peters- 
burg 10-22-41 

Morris, Annette 3050 5th Ave., No., St. Petersburg 2-21-41 

Morris, Annie M 2176 N. W. 35th St., Miami 6-30-41 

Morris, F. C 903 E. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 10-1-42 

Morris, Gladys 543 45th St., Sarasota 1-22-42 

Morris, J. D. C 236 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 5-8-41 

Morris, J. D. C, Jr 122 Ivy Lane, Daytona Beach 10-30-41 

Morris, J. E Broad & Monroe St"? , Jackson- 
ville ; 4-7-41 

Morris, J, N Broward Bank & Trust Co., Ft. 

Lauderdale 11-1-41 

Morris, Marguerite H Box 1111, West Palm Beach 9-20-41 

Morris, Theodora (Mrs.). .3476 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach..l0-20-42 

Morris, W. H P. O. Box 3669, Orlando 3-15-42 

Morris, W. W 3016 Florida Avenue, Tampa 2-18-41 

Morris, Yula c/o Fla. Power Corp., St. Peters- 
burg 9-16-42 

Morrish, F. D P. O. Box 151, West Palm Beach 3-30-41 

Morrison, A. W 400 N. W. Second Ave., Miami 9-28-42 

Morrison, Carlyne L 116 Magnolia Avenue, Tampa 10-11-41 

Morrison, Daniel A 720 May St., Jacksonville 9-29-42 

Morrison, Wanda M Sandy Loam Farm, West Palm 

Beach 6-1-42 

Morrow, Dean 912 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 7-28-41 

Morrow, Irene W 3033 S. W. 7th St., Miami 12-12-41 

Morrow, L. C P. O. Box 1108, Lakeland 4-10-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 297 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEJS 

Morrow, R. 701 South J. St., Lake Worth 2-13-41 

Morse, Gertrude Route 7, Box 436, Jacksonville 3-19-41 

Morton, Anne Louise c/o Dr. A. M. Bidwell, First Natl. 

Bank Bldg., Tampa 1-28-41 

Morton, O. M P. O. Box 1042, Blountstown 1-8-42 

Morton, Oren E 7937 N. E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 4-2-41 

Morton, Roy R 7937 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-4-42 

Morton, Velda 1 7937 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 3-10-41 

Mosby, Ann M 1057 S. W. 7th St., Miami 6-10-42 

Moseley, Allan I Box 9, Sanford 12-11-41 

Moseley, A. F 2543 Pineridge Road, Jacksonville 1-15-41 

Moseley, A. M Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-19-41 

Moser, J. R., Jr c/o Federal Reserve Bank, Jack- 
sonville 7-23-42 

Moses, Elwyn N 100 Okeechobee Road, West Palm 

Beach 8-21-41 

Mosley, R. T 207 Realty Bldg., Jacksonville 1-19-41 

Moss, Clara M 1560 S. W. First St., Miami 10-30-42 

Moss, David E 1021 Osage St., Clearwater 2-19-42 

Moss, Francis M c/o Fla. Sheet Metal Works, Talla- 
hassee 6-23-42 

Moss, Geneva S 3401 S. W. 22nd St., Miami 10-16-42 

Moss, Rebecca 135 S. W. 12th Avenue, Miami 2-28-41 

Moss, Roscoe R 2232 S. W. 34th Avenue, Miami... 4-1-42 

Motley, Christine c/o State Welfare Board, 49 Duval 

St., Jacksonville 7-23-41 

Mott, R. S 1030 N. Boulevard, DeLand 8-21-42 

Moul, D. R 110 Stewart St., DeLand 4-10-42 

Moxley, Jewell 803 West Bay St., Jacksonville.... 2-17-42 

Moye, Antoinette Homestead 10-24-41 

Moye, Vonice P. O. Box 630, St. Petersburg 9-30-41 

Moyer, Marion Vereen 2945 Myra St., Jacksonville 6-17-42 

Moylan, Louise M Ill South Duval St., Tallahassee.. 12-8-42 

Moylan, Nellie A Century 7-2-42 

Mozley, James E 1311 Eleventh St., St. Cloud 6-12-41 

Mueller, Marjorie 1853 S. W. 17th St., Miami 4-29-42 

Mueller, Vivian C 711 Bradley St., West Palm Beach 4-24-42 

Muhleman, Louise 141 N. E. 3rd Avenue, Miami 11-3-41 

Mulcahy, Betty D 608 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale.. 12-3-41 

Mullen, Earl 1520 Copeland St., Jacksonville....ll-13-42 

Mullins, J. C 1400 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-7-41 



298 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Conthiued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ■ ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Mullins, W. G 4750 Haines Road N., St. Peters- 
burg 4-25-42 

MiUlis, H. Dillard 2002 Main St., Jacksonville 1-21-42 

Mulrennan, A. M Route No. 1, Box 45, Valrico 2-14-42 

Mundy, Carl 1030 Alton Road, Miami Beach 11-21-42 

Muniz, Dorothy 1425'/2 7th Avenue, Tampa 5-29-41 

Munoz, Adabelle Q c/o Turpentine & Rosin Factors, 

Inc., Box 1257, Jacksonville 9-13-41 

Munson, Jean 727 Seybold Bldg., Miami 5-17-42 

Murch, Eleanor S c/o City Clerk, Bi'adenton 11-3-41 

Murphree, John A. H 123 East Main St., North, Gaines- 
ville 3-3-42 

Murphy, A. S Live Oak 10-3-42 

Murphy, Fi'ances 1806 First Ave., Bradenton 2-4-42 

Murphy, J. L Belle Glade, Box 38 1-5-42 

Murphy, Kathryn S 2312 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral 

Gables 7-22-42 

Murphy, Margaret A Box 29, Tampa 6-5-42 

Murphy, Perry M P. O. Box 1299, St. Petersburg.. ..12-13-41 

Murphy, Sam G c/o Court House, Bradenton 3-4-41 

Murray, William Charles.. 4020 San Pedro Ave., Tampa 6-20-42 

Mussett, W. L 1651 Alton Road, Miami Beach... 2-13-42 

Musselwhite, Troy C P. O. Box 2848, Orlando 8-16-42 

Myers, E. M 414 Avenue A., Ft. Pierce 12-4-41 

Myers, Elise T c/o E. McMinn, Dade City 3-19-41 

Myers, Vivian Box 848, Panama City 2-12-42 

N 

Nadelweiss, Henry S 760 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 5-1-41 

Nann, Fred F 800 S. W. 8th St., Miami 6-11-41 

Napper, Helen c/o Industrial Life & Health Ins. 

Co., St. Petersburg 12-28-42 

Nash, Arta c/o H. Blaine Peacock, Tampa... .11-17-42 

Nash, G. A Clermont 1-4-41 

Nash, Samuel 1120 Collins Ave., Miami Beach... 4-11-41 

Nash, Saul 1120 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 5-1-41 

Nason, Polly W 1400 S. E. 2nd St., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 9-2-41 

Natlis, Phyllis M 810 9th Ave. No., St. Petersburg.. 1-16-41 

Navarro, Oswald F 2309 12th St., Tampa 2-2-42 

Neale, M. R 7504 Fla. Ave., Tampa 12-15-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 299 

NOTARIES PUBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Neber, Wilford V 821 W. Adams St., Jacksonville. .11-27-41 

Needles, Laura First Natl. Bank, Miami 4-5-41 

Neel, Syble Box 224, DeFuniak Springs 12-24-41 

Neeland, J. M Box 972, Jacksonville 1-18-42 

Neeley, Doris 104 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.. 4-23-41 

Neely, Louise D 164 N. E. 20th St., Miami 3-28-41 

Neff, Florence Route 5, Pineacres, Orlando 10-10-41 

Neighbors, Daisy S Eustis 1-10-41 

Neil, Shyron 917 Orange Ave., Ocala 10-6-41 

Nelson, Arthur J 612 Fla. Theatre Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 4-9-42 

Nelson, C. E 1421 S. W. 4th St., Miami 7-9-41 

Nelson, Donald M P. O. Box 317, South Miami 1-9-42 

Nelson, Dora P. O, Box 123, West Palm Beach.. 1-29-41 

Nelson, E. D 1920 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 1-17-41 

Nelson, Frances Route 3, Box 873, Tampa 10-12-42 

Nelson, Louis R 1755 N. W. 51st Terrace, Miami.. 10-3-42 

Nelson, Mary B c/o Thos. B. Dovi^da, Palatka.. 1-29-42 

Nelson, Mary K 3210 Fla. Avenue, Tampa 5-10-41 

Nesbitt, Bessie 116 E. 8th St., Jacksonville 6-27-41 

Nesmith, Euphrosine C c/o DeMilly and Yaeger, Talla- 
hassee 5-27-41 

Neumann, Opal S 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-21-42 

Nevels, Ollie Mae P- O. Box 1317, St. Petersburg 12-10-41 

Nevi^bern, Wm. A 332 Magnolia Ave., Sebring 5-4-42 

Newberry, B. A Winter Haven 5-13-41 

Newberry, Earl Eraser .. .Hotel Tampa Terrace, Tampa 6-8-41 

Newberry, Sarah F 205 W. 21st St., Jacksonville 3-6-42 

Newby, Betty A 356 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 11-4-42 

Newell, D. E 120 Shoreland Arcade, Miami 9-26-41 

Newell, Edith M 7407 First Ave. No., St. Peters- 
burg 8-24-42 

Newell, Jno. W 210 So. Magnolia Ave., Sanford.... 8-3-42 

Newkirt, Luanna F Box 1205, Ft. Pierce 9-11-41 

Newman, N 927 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 8-13-42 

Newman, Ruth A Sunset Villa, Fruitland Park 6-5-42 

Newsham, R. S Broward Bank & Trust Co., Ft. 

Lauderdale 7-31-41 

Newsome, W. R Box 55, Valparaiso 9-12-41 

Newton, Geo. B Box 1096, St. Augustine 1-9-41 

Newton, Izora City Hall, Tallahassee 11-30-41 

Neyle, H. M 427 22nd St., Miami Beach 3-7-41 



300 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBhIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Nicholas, Louise W 20 N. W. 7fh St., Winter Haven.... 1-20-42 

Nicholls, Eleanor A 210 Republic Bldg., Miami 4-18-41 

Nichols, A. E c/o W. H. Mabry Co., Tampa 11-24-41 

Nichols, A. W.. Jr 420 Kirby St., Palatka 8-13-41 

Nichols, Barbara 301 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 8-25-41 

Nichols, Perry A 1218 duPont Bldg., Miami 6-7-41 

Nicholson, Dora Margaretl079 Brovi^n St., Jacksonville 4-29-41 

Nickell, J. D 64 So. Royal Poinsiana Blvd., 

Miami Springs 6-24-42 

Niles, Thelma J 1211 E. Curtis St., Tampa 11-15-41 

Nilsson, Goodwin M Barnett Bank Bldg., DeLand 2-12-42 

Nims, R. Frank 128 N. Bronough St., Tallahassee 9-24-42 

Nitsche, Stanley Paul 3910 S. W. 2nd St., Miami 12-3-41 

Niver, Audrey 1759 N. W. 1st St., Miami 9-12-42 

Nix, S. J Touchton Bldg., Sanford 3-11-41 

Noble, Herbert 1337 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 5-1-41 

Nobles, Orris 1117 Orange Ave., Ft. Pisrce 12-6-42 

Noda, Helen Claire 34 Saragossa St., St. Augustine.... 4-16-42 

Noel, Martin 2007 East Gadsden St., Pensacola 8-16-41 

Noggle, Marjorie J 1514 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.. 5-12-41 

Noggle, V. C 2272 S. W. 19th St., Miami 8-28-42 

Nolan, Elizabeth 17 South 7th St., Fernandina 2-15-41 

Nolan, Lucy T P. O. Box 655, Fernandina 3-13-41 

Nolan, Mary c/o Hagerty Farms, Inc., Rt. 1, 

Box 1240, Riverside Station. 

Jacksonville 9-26-41 

Noles, Annie E Bonifay '. 1-30-42 

Noorman, Caroline E Rt. 3, Box 245, Pensacola 3-27-41 

Norcross, C. G Babson Park 2-26-42 

Norden, Walter S P. O. Box 563, Winter Haven 5-10-42 

Norman, Ada B 105 E. Main St., Leesburg 9-12-42 

Non-is, John William North Park St., Okeechobee- 8-12-42 

NoiTis, L. B Box 771, Mulberry 7-20-42 

North, Robinson R 600 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 3-21-41 

Norton, Frederick L 15 S. W. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.. 11-6-42 

Norton, Oscar H 217 Union Bus Terminal Bldg., 

Tampa 11-20-41 

Norton, Paul V P. O. Box 413, Hastings 5-13-42 

Norton, Stanley 313 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2-2-41 

Norton, W. T 2883 S. W. 32nd Court, Miami 10-22-42 

Norwood, N. M c/o Clerk Circuit Com't, Sanford.. 8-6-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 301 

NOTARIES PXJBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Norwood, W. U c/o W. J. Oven, Tallahassee 12-23-42 

Nowlin, C. P 1771 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-3-42 

Nowlin, Elizabeth H Box 114, Pompano 4-9-42 

Nowlin, J. W Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach 9-22-41 

Nowlin, Martha 2115 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 9-6-41 

Nuccio, Joseph 2302 N. Boulevard, Tampa 5-3-41 

Nye, Esther L Box 1263, DeLand 3-30-42 



Oberholtzer, Lanie F 1035 Dixie Avenue, Leesburg 12-10-42 

Obermiller, Dorothy C. ..Box 1507, Riverside Station, 

Miami 8-17-42 

O'Eannon, Emily J 705 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami .7-17-42 

O'Brien, M. L 333 9th St. North, St. Petersburg 4-5-41 

O'Brien, R. J 1009 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 2-24-42 

O'Connell, Edna 540 N. W. 52nd St., Miami ! 4-4-41 

O'Connell, Leonora M Santa Rosa Hotel, Sebring 6-15-42 

O'Connor, F. J P. O. Box 85, Sanford 2-6-42 

O'Dell, Russell D Room 1412, Barnett Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 5-16-42 

O'Leary, E. L 1850 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 1-12-42 

O'Neill, Fritzie 545 N. E. 66th St., Miami 2-18-42 

Oden, Helen 704 Olympia Bldg., Miami 6-23-42 

Odette, E 1661 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach.. ..12-26-42 

Odette, Irene 436 1/2 34th St., West Palm Beach.. 4-6-42 

O'Farrell, Joe P. O. Box 1948, Jacksonville 8-17-42 

O'Grady, Georgia Rm. 213, 1000 Lincoln Road, 

Miami Beach 3-26-41 

O'Quinn, L. F 2336 S. W. 32nd Ave., Miami 8-16-41 

O'Quinn, Myrtle B c/o Court House, Clearwater 3-7-41 

O'Reilly, Kathryn 509 South Albany, Tampa 10-8-41 

O'Steen, L. Raymond Box 773, Station A., Miami 11-17-41 

Oblinger, Louis 308 Franklin Street, Tampa 4-27-41 

Odell, Louise M c/o J. S. Albury, 222 29th St., 

Miami Beach 10-17-41 

Odom, P. H. 210 Clematis St., West Palm 

Beach 9-20-41 

Odum, Leottie 2551 S. W. 22nd Terrace, Miami.... 7-17-42 

Odum, Margaret D c/o Kitchen & Schwartz, Profes- 
sional Bldg.. Jacksonville 3-12-41 

Odum, Wm. H 3462 N. W. 17th Ave., Miami, 5-1-42 



302 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PTJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Oenslager, J. W Southern Kraft Corp., Panama 

City 4-7-41 

Ogden, H. E 16 Sixth St., N. W., Winter Haven 10-8-41 

Ogden, Howard A 405 Fla. Bank Bldg., Orlando 3-7-41 

Oka, Kenneth 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach... 3-13-42 

Oka, Samuel 1632 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 2-14-41 

Oldford, F. Norman 4600 Georgia Ave., West Palm 

Beach 3-5-42 

Oliver, Bess 140 West 21st St., Jacksonville 3-5-42 

Oliver, J. S c/o C. Houser, 12th Floor First 

Ti-ust Bldg., Miami 4-25-41 

Olsen, Vivian 506 Exchange Building, Orlando.. 4-21-41 

Olson, Oscar A 109 South Boulevard, DeLand 2-11-41 

Olson, Mikel c/o Sheriff's Office, Dade City 3-6-41 

Opsahl, Clara T 3371 Crystal Court, Miami 9-26-42 

Orahood, H c/o Quinn R. Barton Co., 1305 W. 

Forsyth St., Jacksonville 7-23-41 

Ordway, C. F City Hall, Fort Pierce 1-22-41 

Orr, Eveljni Peninsular Life Insurance Co., 610 

Morgan St., Tampa 1-31-42 

Orr, Harriett, E 206 Blount Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale.. 10-13-42 

Orr, Marce, J Congress Bldg., Miami 9-21-42 

Orr, Margaret H c/o Standard Tours, Inc., 106 Bis- 

cayne Blvd., Miami 1-21-41 

Orr, T. V Villa Tasso 6-21-41 

Osborn, Violet D Radio Station WDBO, Orlando. .10-22-42 

Osborne, J. Earle 1257 S. W. 22nd St., Coral Way, 

Miami 2-4-42 

Osenbach, Marguerite P. Central Florida Motor Co., 100 W. 

Jefferson St., Orlando 5-22-42 

Oslin, Ruby W First Federal Savings & Loan 

Assn., Ft. Lauderdale 8-2-41 

Ossinsky, L,ouiis 411 Main St., Daytona Beach 6-23-41 

Ost, Adeline E Dixie Blvd., New Port Richey 1-5-42 

Osteen, Alice G .P. O. Box 221, Daytona Beach 4-29-41 

Osteen, Herman T 1815 Pearl St., Jacksonville 2-21-41 

Osteen, Zeon, Miss 236 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 10-23-42 

Osterberg, John C 6156 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach 6-29-42 

Othen, Kathleen 1461 LeBaron Ave., South Jack- 
sonville 12-1-42 

Overman, Mary O Bagdad 3-12-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 303 

NOTARIES P\JBLlC—(Conti7iued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Overstreet, Audentia F c/o Fidelity Title & Guaranty Co., 

60 N. Court St., Orlando 2-7-41 

Overstreet, Beatrice D P. O. Box 321, Ft. Pierce 4-22-42 

Overstreet, Bess H Ft. Pierce 4-23-42 

Owen, Charles M 2791 Downing St., Jacksonville... 7-17-41 

Owen, Fred V Satsuma 3-10-42 

Owen, W. H P. O. Drawer 2021, Miami 2-5-41 

Owen, Zora B 242 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 5-11-42 

Owens, Edna 803 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 4-3-41 

Owens, Edward L 1175 Everglades Concourse, Miami 

Beach 12-31-41 

Owens, J. J P. O. Drawer 390, Perry 2-7-42 

Owens, Janet W 1434 Cottage St., Ft. Myers 9-26-42 

Owens, L. L c/o Shaw Brothers of Florida, 56 

S. W. First St., Miami 2-22-41 

Owens, S. T 639 W. Flagler St., Miami 9-13-41 

Owens, W. H Goulds 9-12-41 

Oxford, L. D P. O. Box 517, Lakeland 9-13-41 



Padgett, B. J P. O. Box 125, Macclenny 11-3-41 

Padgett, M. E 3118 Post St., Jacksonville 9-12-41 

Page, L. H 2947 N. W. 12th Ave., Miami 8-21-41 

Paine, Sallie H 215 First Federal Bldg., Miami. .11-28-42 

Palermo, E. 716 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 7-15-41 

Palermo, Rosita 3301 Bailey St., Tampa 5-20-42 

Palmer, A. D Box 194, Wildwood 7-11-42 

Palmer, Ethel M 95 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 1-23-41 

Palmer, Fred L 482 Main St., Sarasota 5-11-41 

Palmer, Jane Box 1095, DeLand 10-25-41 

Palmer, Marion P 2367 S. W. 10th St., Miami 9-28-42 

Palsgraaf, F. D c/o Florida State Hospital, Chat- 
tahoochee 10-7-41 

Pangborn, Donald E Keystone Heights . 4-18-41 

Panken, Herbert 1001 Atlantic Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 11-4-41 

Panos, Gus 301 Main St., Jacksonville 6-11-42 

Papier, Mildred E. c/o Vinoy Park Hotel, Beach 

Drive N. St. Petersburg 11-14-41 

Parraro, L. L Crawfordville 2-6-42 

Paris, Beth 1640 Silver St., Jacksonville 11-2-42, 



304 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Paris, Josephine L c/o City Manager, Miami 9-24-41 

Park, Marian T 3550 Brentwood Ave., Jacksonville 8-23-42 

Park, Ralph B Box 101, Minneola 10-12-42 

Parke, Charles F 1649 May view Road, Jacksonville 2-2-42 

Parker, B. H 1400 Huntington Bldg., Miami 4-24-41 

Parker, C. B 1055 N. W. 58th St., Miami 11-12-41 

Parker, Dorothy D Box 605, St. Augustine 5-15-41 

Parker, H. Dan c/o Packard Fla. Motors Co., Box 

4. Jacksonville 11-13-42 

Parker, Hazel S -Arcadia 8-5-42 

Parker, M. Ruby 33 West Garden St., Pensacola.... 11-2-42 

Parker. Ray L 5311 N. W. 17th Ave., Miami 6-7-41 

Parkerson, Dixie Mae ....220 N. E. 13th St., Miami 9-15-41 

Parks, Alma P. O. Box 483, DeLand 12-22-41 

Parks, H. Edward 830 Main St., Jacksonville 5-16-41 

Parks, Helen Tallahassee 3-10-41 

Parks, Kathryn A ^2902 Post St., Jacksonville 7-7-41 

Parks, Lucille 8103 9th St., Sulphur Springs 8-4-42 

Parks. Mollie R 1613 Prescot St., So., St. Peters- 
burg 11-21-42 

Parks, Norman K 406 N. E. 11th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-23-42 

Parks, O. J P- O. Box 825, West Palm Beach.. 10-13-41 

Parnell, S. M 102 Com-t House, Jacksonville 10-26-42 

Parr, Lewis J 800 Red Road, S. W., Miami 12-13-41 

Parris, Dorothy M 316 East Jefferson, Tallahassee.... 3-3-41 

Parrish, Florence S U North 5th Ave.. South Miami.. 2-22-41 

Parrish, Helen Hazlett Parrish Motor Co., Bradenton. 1-23-41 

Parrish, Inoma S 306 South Boulevard, Tampa 2-21-42 

Pan-ish, Mattie P. O. Box 242, Lake City 8-9-42 

Parrish, Mi's. May c/o Supt. Bd. Public Instruction, 

Bradenton 1-4-41 

Parrish, W. A P. O. Box 15, Marathon 4-12-41 

Parrott, Doris E North Adams St., Quincy 7-2-42 

Parsons, Kenyon 328 A-St. James Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 9-3-41 

Partridge, B. W., Jr 212 East Georgia St., Tallahassee 2-13-41 

Passavant. R. B., Miss c/o Fillette Green Steamship Co., 

Tampa 9-25-42 

Patrick, Ruthe 3213 San Juan St., Tampa 6-23-41 

Patron, L. T 2900 W. Cervantes St., Pensacola 3-5-42 

Patten, A. H Finance Dept., City Hall, Miami.. iO-30-41 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 305 

NOTARIES PXJBIjIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Patten, Mary 700 Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 2-11-42 

Patterson, A. J 620 N. W. 62nd St., Miami 4-1 4-42 

Patterson, Jean S 710 Atl. Natl. Bank Bldg., 5ackson-'' 

ville 1-16-41 

Patteson, Lucille B 319 E. Church St., Orlando 5-2-42 

Pattillo, James L Box 354, Port Orange 10-2-41 

Patton, Ellinora M Room 509, 416 Tampa St., Tampa 5-30-42 

Pauline, Mrs. L. G 2016 2nd Ave. So., St. Petersburg 5-11-42 

Paulk, Katharine c/o Dr. Geo. M. Green, 115 Broad- 
way, Daytona Beach 5-22-41 

Paulling, Ann L P. O. Box 104, Hawthorn 12-4-42 

Payne, David 212 Oak Drive, Lakeland 8-5-41 

Payne, Hollis V „R. F. D., Ona 5-20-42 

Payne, R. G 302 Empire Bldg., St. Petersburg.. 9-20-41 

Paynther, Mattie L Box 660, Jacksonville 2-9-42 

Payton, Fred c/o ilndrew Jackson Hotel, Jack- 
sonville 10-16-42 

Peace, Mabel 329 N. W. 40th St., Miami 3-5-41 

Peacock, H. Blaine Knight & Wall Office Bldg., Tampa 7-3-41 

Peacock, Leon A 2332 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville.. 1-4-41 

Peaden, L. B Box 305, Chipley 1-9-41 

Peak, Doris J Box 123, Tarpon Springs 7-9-41 

Peak, Thelma 703 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee.... 11-8-41 

Peak, W. C Fla. Pov/er Corporation, Tarpon 

Springs 1-23-42 

Pearce, Klarice C Box 363, Arcadia 4-13-42 

Pearce, Mary 610 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 7-16-42 

Pearce, Morrison c/o County Clerk's Office, First 

Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg.... 4-15-42 

Pearl, M. J P. O. Box 4099, Jacksonville 10-1-42 

Pearlman, Constance Z...1700 N. W. Seventh Ave., Miami.... 3-19-42 

Pearson, Georgia L Rt. 1, Box 898, Tampa 8-14-41 

Pearson, I. T 275 N. W. 2nd St., Miami 5-3-41 

Pease, G. S P. O. Box 4640, Jacksonville 7-3-42 

Pecarek, Helen c/o L. G. Abbett, Davey-McMullen 

Bldg., Clearwater 11-9-41 

Peck, Donald F 912 Sorolla Ave., Coral Gables.... 5-31-41 

Peck, Edith 21 Scranton Arcade, Clearwater.... 7-31-41 

Peck, Helen S P. O. Box 471, Sebring 7-22-41 

Peckham, Marie L Route No. 1, Box 1831, Miami 7-21-41 

Pederson, S. S Box 212, Coral Gables 11-26-41 



306 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PTJBIAC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Peebles, Ruth Myrtle Grove 11-8-41 

Peele, Cornelia S P. O. Box 1083, Sarasota 1-22-42 

Pegues, Anne 712 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 12-3-42 

Pegues, H. T *. 1109 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 12-1-41 

Pelaez, Julio 1307 15th Ave., Tampa 12-7-42 

Pelaez, Maria 1502 Tvirelfth Avenue, Tampa 8-26-42 

Pellett, Guy N P. O. Box 484, New Smyrna Beach 8-18-41 

Felling, Elsie H 505 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 5-6-41 

Pemberton, R. H 209 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 11-10-41 

Pender, Grace E Greenwood 4rl9-42 

Pendley, Clyde E 807 Olympia Bldg., Miami 6-7-41 

Penney, H. W 229 S. W. First St., Miami 1-24-41 

Penney, Kathleen 840 Alfred I. DuPont Bldg., Miami 9-25-41 

Pennington, Clyde H 1252 S. W. 21st St., Miami 1-24-42 

Pennington, Theodcsia M.244 Third Ave., South, St. Peters- 
burg 7-11-42 

Penticoff, Mildred 1 3839 Springfield Blvd., Jackson- 
ville 2-7-41 

Penuel, H. Grady c/o Motor Vehicle Dept., Tallahas- 
see 6-24-41 

Pepper, Howard W Box 514, Jacksonville 1-21-42 

Pepper, Shirl Lea 1683 S. W. 17th St., Miami 7-6-42 

Percy, Walter W 817 31st St., West Palm Beach... 12-17-41 

Perdeck-Partak, Albert .1802 Congress Bldg., Miami 7-3-41 

Perez, Clark D 1228 S. W. First St., Miami 3-14-42 

Perez, Josephine 2715 12th St., Tampa 9-29-42 

Pergola, Chas. J 531 West 20th St., Jacksonville... 8-13-42 

Perkins, Martin C 847 Seventh Ave., North, St. 

Petersburg 11-5-42 

Perkins, Mary Lou Cor. Pecan St. and 7th Avenue, 

Tallahassee 12-11-42 

Perkins, Ralph W 2395 N. W. 62nd St., Miami 5-9-42 

Perkins, S. M 536 Majorca Ave., Coral Gables... 2-13-42 

Permenter, Dorothy S Ponte Vedra Beach 5-14-42 

Perrin, Elinore H 3536 S. W. 1st Ave., Miami 1-24-42 

Perritt, W. H Box 4010, Jacksonville 2-3-42 

Perry, Eloise 2600 SW 18th St., Miami 3-17-41 

Perry, Grace E c/o Tooley-Myron Studios, 249 E. 

P. O. Box 1985, West Palm Beach 1-20-41 
Perry, Grace Rogers Flagler St., Miami 5-25-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 307 

NOTARIES PUBhIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Perry, H. P Manatee 3-29-42 

Perry, J. W 711 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 10-14-42 

Perry, R. A P. O. Box 873, Orlando 5-7-41 

Perseille, L. P 602 Langford Bldg., Miami 1-31-41 

Personett, Ruby 939 N. W. 47th Terrace, Miami.... 5-9-41 

Persons, G. C Box 820, Punta Gorda 9-26-42 

Peter, C. S Century 2-10-41 

Peter, G. L 607 East Cass St., Tampa 11-22-41 

Peters, Amoret V c/o David L. Black, 312 S. Beach 

St., Daytona Beach 5-10-41 

Peters, C. W 1205 Congress Bldg., Miami 9-26-42 

Peters, Carolyn M 379 Monroe St., Dunedin 5-11-42 

Peters, Chas. M 311 37th St., South, St. Peters- 

bui-g 11-3-41 

Peters, Edna M 329 4th St., North, St. Petersburg 2-5-42 

Peters, Juanita H 1145 14th St., North, St. Peters- 
burg 7-9-41 

Peterson, C. A 146 N. E. 20th St., Miami 10-7-41 

Peterson, Gertrude 601 24th St., So., St. Petersburg. 12-28-42 

Peterson, R. C Kissimmee 3-13-41 

Petion, Pauline Rt. 1, Box 98, Sulphur Springs.... 1-27-41 

Petteway, C. G Box 123, Gulf Hammock 9-7-42 

Petteway, Frances R c/o Collector's and Treasurer's 

Office, Lakeland 10-7-42 

Pfeffer, H. G 624 DuPont Bldg., Miami 6-25-42 

Pfeiffer, Herbert c/o Fisher-Brown Ins. Agency, 

Inc., Box 711, Pensacola 11-15-41 

Phelan, Katherine M First Federal Bldg., Miami 8-28-41 

Phelps, Edith (Miss) Box 344, Coral Gables 7-17-42 

Philips, Louise P. O. Box 2089, Tampa 9-23-41 

Phillips, Alice D 500 Jackson St., Tampa 9-2-41 

Phillips, Doris P. O. Box 426, Pahokee 5-14-41 

Phillips, D. B., Jr 908 East Blount St., Pensacola 10-11-41 

Phillips, Elaine 2105 N. W. 13th St., Miami 11-6-42 

Phillips, Eunice H 614 S. 11th St., Ft. Pierce 11-20-42 

Phillips, George L 135 N. W. Second Street, Miami.... 8-27-42 

Phillips, Jay C Milton 7-22-41 

Phillips, Joe M 203 Huntington Bldg., Miami 3-13-42 

Phillips, Louie L 510 Second Ave., So., St. Peters- 
burg 5-7-41 



308 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Phillips, Mae 602 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 4-12-41 

Philpot, Helen 1100 Florida Ave., Tampa 8-15-42 

Philpot, Richard E 607 Maas Office Bldg., Tampa 6-2-41 

Phinney, Bertram C RFD, Box 304, May St., Holly Hill 8-25-41 

Pickeral, Genevieve G Clearwater 8-17-42 

Pickett, Lois 1230 Huron St., Jacksonville 4-12-41 

Pickle, F. W 1083 N. W. 65th St., Miami .' 3-13-42 

Pierce, A. B Box 829, West Palm B3ach 7-14-41 

Pierce, C. J Dixie Highway over Walton Cafe, 

Melbourne 6-15-42 

Pierce, Edwin P. O. Box 324, Auburndale 11-8-41 

Pierce, Fin L Box 326, Coconut Grove, Miami.... 1-21-41 

Pierce, G. A Box 135, Eustis 7-11-42 

Pierce, George A 301 Florida Theatre Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 10-28-42 

Pierce, Harold E 17 - 9th St., So., St. Petersburg ....10-23-41 

Pierce, Ruth 16 Laura St., Jacksonville 11-4-42 

Pierce, Walter 205 Grand Central Ave., Tampa.... 5-10-41 

Pierson, Mary C c/o Carson, Petteway & Roman, 

Collier Bldg., Miami 12-12-41 

Pike, R. W 1864 S. W. 24th Terrace, Miami.... 6-27-41 

Pilcher, W. D Marianna 3-18-41 

Pile, Joseph R c/o Keyes Company, 19 W. Flagler 

St., Miami 4-18-42 

Pilkington, Marie H 103 N. E. 20th Terrace, Miami 4-24-42 

Pillans, Charles P., Sr Mcintosh 9-10-41 

Pincus, Samuel P. O. Box 865, St. Augustine 5-18-41 

Pinholster, J. W Brooker 9-8-42 

Pinkham, E. Louise 230 N. E. 15th St., Miami 5-30-42 

Pinkoson, Joseph P. O. Box 55, St. Augustine 4-29-41 

Pinner, Ruby May 1710 Flagler Ave., Jacksonville 8-2-41 

Pinney, C. P c/o Martin Auto Parts, 2900 N. 

Davis, Pensacola 11-3-42 

Pinney, S. C P- O. Box 1001, Pensacola 7-18-42 

Pipkin, Luther N Mulberry 2-14-42 

Pippin, Mozelle Chipley 2-15-41 

Pittard, Lavonia, Mrs 318 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 1-11-41 

Pittman, Thyra c/o Yowell Drew Co., Orlando 1-19-42 

Pittman, W. S 530 Lake Street, Orlando 9-10-42 

Pitts, Bernice Box 1213, Panama City 6-2-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 309 

NOTARIES PTJBhIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Pitts, Robert M Box 5157, Jacksonville 12-13-41 

Plant, Thaddie P P. O. Box 391, West Palm Bsach..l2-26-42 

Piatt, Geneva G Box 541, Ft. Pierce 11-20-42 

Piatt, Marie F Church Street, Dade City 7-7-42 

Pleasants, Doris 344 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.... 6-18-42 

Pogue, Jean 4370 S. W. 6th St., Miami 3-27-42 

Pohzehl, Lurana A 3478 Royal Palm Avenue, Miami 

Beach 11-30-42 

Polhamus, Catherine B...933 29th St., West Palm Bsash 3-24-41 

Polk, J. A Trenton 2-7-41 

Pollard, Beatrice P. O. Box 4489, 4418 Springfield 

Blvd., Jacksonville 7-16-41 

Pollard. Lee W 6011 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-30-41 

Pollard, Mignon A Sebring 9-15-42 

Pollard, R. W c/o Mercantile Natl. Bank, Miami 

Beach 5-30-41 

Pollard, T. Boyden 3504 Douglas Road, Box 487, Coco- 
nut Grove, Miami 5-17-41 

Polley, Myrtella Box 44, Clearwater 2-19-42 

PoUitz, Ehzabeth S 236 Second Ave., Daytona Bsach 8-11-42 

Pollock, Anne Pope 1024 S. W. 19th Ave., Miami 4-20-42 

Polly, 1 576 Ninth Ave.. South, St. Peters- 
burg 2-8-41 

Ponder, Blanche J c/o Office Equipment Co., 1207 E. 

Commanche St., Tampa 3-11-41 

Poole, Lonetta Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa 4-7-42 

Poole, Maude C P. O. Box 2972, Tampa 7-28-42 

Pooser, Eleanor 321 Johnson Ave., Lake Wales 7-15-42 

Pope, E. M c/o Moore Dry Kiln Co., 1150 W. 

State St., Jacksonville 9-1-41 

Pope, John H P. O. Box 243, Jacksonville 8-22-42 

Pope, L. Larry Box 158, Loughman 11-9-41 

Pope, Robert P Box 336, Bartow 1-11-41 

Poppleton, Josephine 117 South Melville, Tampa 9-13-41 

Porch, C. E 192 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 3-8-41 

Porch, Ruby O'Quinn 1514 Avondale Ave., Jacksonville.. 4-23-41 

Porter, Anna Mae Box 1184, Panama City 12-13-41 

Porter, C. G First Federal Savings & Loan 

Assn., Panama City 3-2-41 

Porter, G. A 1398 N. W. 7th Avenue. Miami 10-17-41 

Porter, Hildegard 301 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg:, Jack- 
sonville 12-21-41 



310 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PJJBL.1C— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Porter, Mary J c/o Dr. Rufus J. Porter, 807 Hunt- 
ington Bldg., Miami 1-24-42 

Porter, Mildred P. O. Box 326, Fort Myers 10-17-41 

Porter, Ray H De Leon Springs 8-24-42 

Porter, Sadie P. O. Box 109, West Palm Beach.. 10-17-41 

Post, Chas. A 151 N. E. 3rd St., Miami 3-31-42 

Post, Mae R 222 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona 

Beach 4-20-42 

Potter, Elsie A c/o Clyde C. Pierce Co., Barnett 

Bldg., Jacksonville 8-5-42 

Pottsdamer, E. A _.718 South Boulevard St., Talla- 
hassee 3-9-41 

Post, Hazel ...P. O. Box 504, Clewiston 8-14-41 

Poston, M. D P. O. Box 88, Monticello 1-15-41 

Potter, Georgia M P. O. Box 826, Lakeland 9-16-41 

Potter, M. E Box 2232, Tampa 9-4-42 

Potter, M. G Bushnell 12-10-42 

Potter, W. N Bushnell 5-13-42 

Pou, Helen D 608 South Dakota Ave., Tampa.... 8-3-42 

Poucher, Allen L llOO Florida Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 6-1-42 

Pounds, James D Box 248, Winter Garden 2-25-41 

Powell, Anne Louise 3525 Perry St., Jacksonville 12-30-41 

Powell, D. Lee 1659 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 1-18-41 

Powell, Johnson Wildwood 2-5-42 

Powell, L. G 643 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-27-42 

Powell, Lloyd C Crestview 2-5-41 

Powell, Olive M 136 N. E. 1st St., Miami 11-19-41 

Power, Mary Kershaw Box 868, St. Petersburg 11-12-42 

Powers, Guy M Box 1327, West Palm Beach 12-24-41 

Powers, Theodora L 606 Maple Avenue, Sebring 9-30-42 

Powery, Zetta M 2003 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 9-30-41 

P'Pool, Lillian c/o District Welfare Board, 706, 

Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 9-13-41 

Prather, Virginia P. O. Box 3535, Orlando 6-20-42 

Pratt, Irene G 1515 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-30-42 

Pratt, L. L Panama City 4-15-41 

Pratt, Lawton L 525 West Beaver St., Jacksonville 1-26-41 

Pratt, Marguerite 2300 Coral Way, Miami 8-22-41 

Prescott, Rose Mary Sebring Hotel, Sebring 6-13-42 

Preston, B. S Cross City 7-18-42 

Preston, J. E 505 North 4th St., Palatka 6-6-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 311 

NOTARIES PJJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Prevatt, Addie F 331 West Forsyth St., Jacksonville 7-14-41 

Prevatt, I. O P. O. Box 456, 807 Graham Bldg., 

Jacksonville 3-12-41 

Prevo, Reatha 808 Security Bldg., Miami 9-21-42 

Price, Alma F P. O. Box 25, Sarasota 11-22-41 

Price, Clem C 505 Duval Street, Key West 10-23-41 

Price, G. T P. O. Box 37, Gainesville 7-23-42 

Price, Joseph L 531 W. 19th St., Jacksonville 6-17-42 

Price, M. A 326 5th Ave., South, St. Peters- 
burg 3-1-41 

Price, Mary c/o Family Finance Service, Inc., 

Lakeland 4-29-42 

Price, Morgan W., Jr 44 West Jefferson St., Orlando... 2-10-41 

Price, Ralph H 409 Ave. J., S. E., Winter Haven.. 1-24-41 

Price, W. K., Jr 246 So. Orange Ave., Orlando 1-27-41 

Pridgeon, E. C Wewahitchka 1-20-41 

Priem, Gladys M Wauchula .12-24-41 

Priest, Lucile H 2196 S. W. 22nd Ave., Miami 3-27-42 

Prim, Charlie Laney The Melbourne Times, Melbourne 11-8-41 

Prince, E. C 201 N. W. First Court, Miami 2-10-41 

Prince, John Wm P. O. Box 5, Naples 3-5-42 

Prince, Lorraine A 2581 Trapp Ave., Coconut Grove, 

Miami 5-16-41 

Prinz, Marguerite Board of Public Instruction, 

Tavares 11-5-41 

Pritchett, Irene F P. O. Box 2799, Miami 11-28-41 

Probasco, L. H 246 Parker St., Tampa 5-12-42 

Proctor, Edward P. O. Box 1186, Lake Worth 10-27-41 

Proctor, Marjorie D 609 Obispo Ave., Coral Gables 9-12-41 

Prom, Kate Uth Floor First Trust Bldg., 

Miami 11-14-42 

Proper, Rose Joan 1403 S. W. 29th Avenue, Miami ... 6-12-42 

Prophet, Mildred E P. O. Box 982, Plant City 8-14-41 

Prophet, Thelma B Box 790, Plant City 7-20-42 

Prosser, C. S 9 N. W. 13th Avenue, Miami 12-19-42 

Protsman, Madalen 1125 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 5-10-41 

Provirse, Harry M 207 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 6-24-41 

Pryor, William C Fort Walton 11-30-42 

Publicover, Lee C 326 2nd Ave. South, St. Peters- 

• burg 12-28-42 

Puckett, Azalee 1616 Dancy St., Jacksonville 2-10-41 

Puckett, Margaret L 237 Hyde Park Ave., Tampa 8-31-42 



312 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Pullara, Lillian, Mrs P. O. Box 1154, Tampa 10-26-42 

Purcell, William R The Sun-Record, Daytona Beach 6-26-41 

Purdon, Nelva Shock c/o Riddle McKay Aero College, 

Clewiston 12-12-41 

Purnell, Agnes M Chamber of Commerce, Miami 

Beach 2-19-41 

Purnell, Doris E 333 N. E. 13th St., Miami 8-8-41 

Purvis, Earl W Pierce 9-19-41 

Purvis, Erma R Box 226, Arcadia 1-9-41 

Purvis, J. M 411 N. Plorida Ave., Lakeland 8-12-41 

Putnam, A. W 6 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 1-6-42 

Pyles, J. E 1520 Alton Road, Miami Beach.... 7-7-42 

Q 

Quattlebaum, J. C Box 75, Mcintosh 8-9-41 

Queen, W. S 1250 9th St., No., St. Petersburg.. 4-20-42 

Queipo, Joe, Jr 702 E. Virginia Ave., Tampa 11-15-41 

Quick, B. C 2024 N. W. 18th St., Miami 2-13-42 

Quigley, Edith 2336 Liberty St., Jacksonville 8-8-42 

Quillian, Evelyn H 3652 S. W. 25th St., Miami 10-3-42 

Quina, I. C Box 466, Pensacola 12-18-41 

Quina, Oswell Frederick..U. S. Naval Air Station, Jackson- 
ville 11-3-41 

Quixley, A. C ^Mount Dora 6-12-41 

R 

Rabb, Joseph H 425 Grace St., Inverness 12-10-42 

Rabe, A. A Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 7-16-41 

Radcliff, A. S 1301 4th Ave., Tampa 11-9-41 

Radcliffe, Bernice L 1315 Liberty St., Jacksonville 5-9-41 

Rager, Hilda E c/o Walter G. Ransceur, St. 

Petersburg 3-24-42 

Ragg, W. W 3016 Fla. Avenue, Tampa 3-25-42 

Ragland, Benetta H „P. O. Box 926, Daytona Beach.... 12-8-42 

Ragsdale, J. H 1042 1st St., Fort Myers 6-4-42 

Raidle, A. E 907 Lake Ave., Lake Worth 1-25-42 

Raines, Juanita E Box 655, Bradenton ....: 6-17-42 

Rainey, Fawn 612 Security Bldg., Miami 7-6-42 

Ramagli, Arnold 445 N. E. 71st St., Miami 4-29-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 313 

NOTARIES PVBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Ramsey, Carrie L 7636 N. E. 4th Ct., Miami 3-11-41 

Ramsey, E. A 511 Live Oak St., New Smso-na .— 8-11-41 

Ramsey, Ernest A 817 Fleming St., Key West 11-22-42 

Ramsey, Evelyn Y 926 Twigg St., Tampa 4-13-42 

Rand, Mildred 1630 S. W. 17th Terrace, Miami.. 1-24-42 

Rankin, Lucille 211 S. Tampania Ave., Tampa 4-29-41 

Ransberger, Lucia Box 333, Pensacola 10-8-41 

Ransom, Harriett 310 Oaklahoma St., Hollywood....l0-31-42 

Raoul, Polly 2121 '/a River Blvd., Jacksonville.. 8-17-42 

Rasco, Glynn 835 Lncoln Rd., Miami Beach 7-17-42 

Rasdale, E. A 311 Tampa St., Tampa ^.. 6-11-42 

Rathbun, Edward T 2451 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami 10-14-42 

Ratliff, C. T P. O. Box 356, Wauchula 6-11-41 

Ratliff, F. F Box 136, Ft. Pierce 12-28-42 

Rawls, B. H High Springs 1-19-42 

Rawlson, Elsie 2633 S. W. 7th Ave., Miami 3-1-42 

Ray, Agnes M 1616 West Court, Gainesville 9-2-41 

Ray, Elizabeth C P. O. Box 2304, Jacksonville 3-27-41 

Ray, Florrie S 301 Consolidated Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 8-3-42 

Ray, William J 436 12th St., Bradenton 3-30-42 

Raye, Lois 205 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 10-2-42 

Reading, E. R 3168 S. W. 23rd St., Miami 8-25-41 

Ream, Helen 716 East Pine St., Orlando 9-18-42 

Reaves, A. L Box 12, Riverside Sta., Miami 4-18-41 

Reaves, Chas. K Box 3238, Tampa 7-9-42 

Reaves, D. F 603 First Trust Bldg., Miami 2-7-41 

Rector, R. C R. F. D., Wakulla, Newport 2-9-42 

Redd, Allen T Weirsdale 2-24-42 

Redd, Franklin, Jr 157 Pineapple Ave., Sarasota 9-5-41 

Reddick, L. L 208 E. Anderson Ave., Ft. Myers 7-21-41 

Redelsheimer, W. M 1125 duPont Bldg., Miami 1-23-42 

Redfleld, Ruth J 3162 7th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 1-15-41 

Redmer, E. C P. O. Box 518, Belle Glade 7-19-41 

Reed, Adelpha E 533 Hermosa St., West Palm 

Beach 11-27-42 

Reed, Anna S 301 Fla. Theatre Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 12-16-4^ 

Reed, Frank A Route 1, Box 119A, Jacksonville 6-21-41 

Reed, Henry L 1326 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami 3-7-41 

Reed, Mary 1348 N. W. 7th St., Miami 12-12-41 

Reeder, James P P. O. Box 1390, Miami 4-19-41 



314 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Reeder, Lucille c/o Mathis & Mathis, Panama 

City 6-2-42 

Reel, Emmet C 5517 N. W. 22nd Ave., Miami 1-23-42 

Reel, Watson Sanford 11-12-42 

Rees, Syd L 705 Talleyrand Ave., Jacksonville 3-15-42 

Reese, E. B Fla. Natl. Bank, St. Petersburg.... 4-5-42 

Reese, Gwendolyn c/o State Parole Comm., Talla- 
hassee 11-12-41 

Reese, John L Box 1461, Pensacola 5-12-41 

Reese, L. C '. 518 North Baylen St., Pensacola.. 9-18-41 

Reeves, M. E 904 Foster St.. Panama City 12-9-42 

Reeves, Henry E. S 1112 N. W. Third Ave., Miami 10-1-41 

Register, Fi'ank J 616 Pinellas Ave., Tarpon Springs 7-7-41 

Register, Margaret B Box 1723, West Palm Beach 5-29-42 

Register, Sam G Foley 4-6-42 

Reid, Gladys c/o Donald Roebling, Clearwater.. 10-10-41 

Reid, John 545 n. W. 23rd Place, Miami 3-20-42 

Reid, Madge F 10I6 Harvey Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 1-18-41 

Reilly, J. Burnham P. O. Box 1135, Eustis 1-18-41 

Reina, Antonio 1502 1/2 East Broadway, Tampa.... 4-21-41 

Reina, D., Jr Box 5191, Ybor City Sta., Tampa 4-13-42 

Reitan, Berenice K 900 LaSalle St., South Jackson- 
ville 2-2-42 

Reiter, G. R 7404 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 1-24-42 

Remynse, Fred W 6425 Cross Ave., Jacksonville 2-27-42 

Rendleman, M. D., Mrs... 1302 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jack- 

sohville 8-3-42 

Renfroe, Alton 2 Toledo Ave & 7th St., DeFuniak 

Springs 2-7-41 

Rentz, Edith 517 Marble Arcade, Lakeland 9-8-41 

Renuart, A. O Box 482, Coral Gables 4-8-41 

Restall, Geo. M 115 West Shore Drive, Port Tam- 
pa City 11-25-42 

Rettig, Martha M 1001 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville.... 9-16-42 

Rex, Dorothy P 3o. Federal Highway, Delray 

Beach 7-29-42 

Rey, Margaret E 314 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 4-21-41 

Reynolds, Jidia M 1202 First Trust Bldg., Miami 7-11-41 

Reynolds, Mary 1235 Main St., Jacksonville 5-9-41 

Reynolds, Pauline American Red Cross, Tallahassee 5-26-41 

Reynolds, Rosemary 227 N. W. 36th Court, Miami 1-3-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 315 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Reynolds, Sylvia, Mrs 4736 Blackburn Rd., Jacksonville 12-3-42 

Reynolds, Wiley R., Jr First Natl. Bank, Palm Beach 2-5-41 

Rhett, Pauline H 613 San Antonio Ave., Coral 

Gables 12-5-42 

Rhodes, Ernest C Box 231, Gainesville 12-5-41 

Rhodes, Gladys M 423 West Washington St., Lake 

City 9-4-42 

Rhodes, L. D 413 E. Livingston St., Orlando.... 9-20-41 

Rhodes, R. I Box 983, Miami 2-22-41 

Rhodes, Vashti E Box 994, Panama City 5-7-41 

Rhody, Rhoda c/o Williams Hotel, Daytona 

Beach 3-14-41 

Rich, A. F c/o John Ausley, Tallahassee 4-25-41 

Rich, Sarah Elizabeth ....209 South 4th St., Palatka 2-27-42 

Richard, E. J c/o Gulf Power Co., Pensacola.... 6-14-41 

Richard, E. N 8007 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 7-16-41 

Richard, Gurvis J 8007 Nebraska Ave., Sulphur 

Springs 3-11-42 

Richards, G. C, Jr Spearman Brewing Co., Pensacola 3-2-42 

Richards, Jessie W 632 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville. ..10-30-41 

Richards, Lyda Grant 5-15-41 

Richards, Ralph E Box 666, Clearwater 8-24-42 

Richardson, Agnes S 1215 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.. 8-4-42 

Richardson, Olive L. Route 4, Box 36-A, Ocala .12-4-42 

Richardson, Pamelia M.. .Bartow 6-4-42 

Richardson, Ruby c/o Florida State College, Talla- 
hassee 1-11-42 

Richardson, Vivian 302 W. Sligh St., Tampa 4-16-42 

Rickards, T. M., Jr 239 Walton Blvd., West Palm 

Beach 11-28-41 

Rideout, Lucy 701 Las Olas Blvd. E. Ft. Lauder- 
dale 1-4-41 

Rider, Vic Highlands City 4-28-41 

Ridinger, E. G 217 First St. South, St. Peters- 
burg 12-28-42 

Ridolf, J. Williams, Jr 505 N. E. 76th St., Miami 12-17-41 

Riedel, Adelyn M c/o Florida National Bank, Belle 

Glade 2-4-42 

Riegle, Horace D 244 South Beach St., Daytona 

Beach 3-26-41 

Rienhart, Ruth E 2380 4th St. N., St. Petersburg.... 2-11-41 

Riera, Joseph S c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola 4-11-41 



316 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PTJBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Riette, Louis E Jacksonville Branch Fed. Reserve 

Bank, Jacksonville 11-2-42 

Rigg, Dorothy P 2543 Roselle St., Jacksonville 8-13-41 

Riggs, Ina Box 56, Everglades 6-11-41 

Riles, Patrick A Peters Transfer Co., King St., St. 

Augustine, Florida 10-30-41 

Riley, George P Box 565, Jacksonville Bsach 7-29-41 

Riley, James F 2233 S. W. 21st St., Miami 8-6-41 

Rimes, Faye 2031/2 Magnolia Ave., Sebring 1-12-42 

Ring, Louise 529 S. W. 3rd St., Miami 7-30-42 

Ripley, Wayne E 211 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville.... 9-9-41 

Rivers, A. P Box 23, Lake City 3-2-42 

Rivers, Thomas J Box 211, Green Cove Springs 6-7-42 

Rives, Lula J Box 62, Alachua 11-16-42 

Robarts, Genevieve E c/o Comm. Credit Co., American 

Eank Building, Miami 8-7-41 

Robarts, Geo. A. L 552 So. Marion St., Lake City 3-4-42 

Robarts, Mary p. O. Box 109, Lake City 4-10-41 

Robbins, lona c/o N. Goldring Corp., Pensacola 6-18-42 

Robbins, M. Marvel 509 "O" St., West Palm Beach 6-11-41 

Robbins, Margaret E 814 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 4-27-42 

Roberson, Ruby E Route 1, Ocala 12-3-42 

Roberts, Courtney R 205 Pass-a-Grille Ave. No., Pasa- 
dena, St. Petersburg 9-22-41 

Roberts, D. E p. o. Box 41, Worthington 

Springs 7-8-41 

Roberts, Dorothy P. O. Box 749, Sarasota 5-22-4J 

Roberts, Edith 922 Andrews Road, West Palm 

Beach 1-17-42 

Roberts, Edwin H c/o William Curry's Sons Co., Key 

West 8-21-41 

Roberts, Elizabeth 1204 Thomasville Rd., Tallahas- 
see 8-13-42 

Roberts, F. M U. S. Naval Air StaMon, Pensacola 2-18-41 

Roberts, Genevieve 617 Upland Road, West Palm 

Beach 8-29-41 

Roberts, Gertrude E. 923 E. LaRua St., Pensacola 4-9-42 

Roberts, H. P., Mrs Garrison Ave., Port St. Joe 8-25-41 

Roberts, Kathleen 611 William St., Key West 12-6-41 

Roberts, Kathleen W 2228 Post St., Jacksonville 11-13-41 

Roberts, Luby Lee 3141 SW 6th St., Miami 8-28-42 

Roberts, Martha H 1515 SE First St., Ft. Lauderdale 8-12-42 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 317 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM. FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Roberts, Mary A Bristol 7-10-41 

Roberts, Mildred c/o C. Ward Motors, West Palm 

Beach 1-23-41 

Roberts, P. G 1633 N. E. 15th Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 3-31-41 

Roberts, Ralph K 136 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 10-13-42 

Roberts, Rubye L P. O. Box 605, Cross Ci*^y 12-5-42 

Roberts, W. D Been & Bryant Bldg., Lakeland.... 8-18-41 

Roberts, Wesley W Worthington Springs 1-7-42 

Robertson, D. C c/o Foley-Carter Ins. Co., St. 

Petersburg 4-6-41 

Robertson, Harriet L Melbourne Bsach 7-16-41 

Robertson, Keith Arcadia 8-8-42 

Robertson, L. O Marion & Twiggs Sts., Union Bus 

Sta., Tampa 9-13-41 

Robertson, W. D Milton 1-28-42 

Robertson, Thelma 2207 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-1-42 

Robertson, W. P 6100 Georgia Ave., West Palm 

Beach 10-13-41 

Robider, Katherine 7725 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-21-41 

Robinson, Betty 911 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 4-3-41 

Robinson, Ellwood R c/o Florida Natl. Bank, Jackson- 
ville 5-18-42 

Robinson, Eunice Box 1212, Panama City 2-15-42 

Robinson, Hugh A 1315 Genoa St., Coral Gables 6-23-41 

Robinson, Jack L P. O. Box 949, Daytona Beach.... 4-24-41 

Robinson, John W 1058 James St., Jacksonville 12-13-41 

Robinson, K. A P. O. Box 64, Hollywood 1-6-42 

Robinson, Marjorie K Box 2296, Palm Beach 10-31-41 

Robinson, Scott W.. Mrs... 125 E. 63rd St., Jacksonville 9-16-42 

Robinson, William S 410 Broad St., Jacksonville 7-11-42 

Robison, B 1300 N. Miami Ave., c/o Auto 

Sales & Service, Miami 8-4-41 

Robnett, Pleasant Hunt ..Box 2561, Miami 1-10-42 

Robson, Helen F 405 y2 E. Palm Ave., Tampa 12-30-41 

Robuck, H, D 217 Hogan St., Jacksonville 8-2-41 

Roch, Carl H c/o Tampa Electric Co., Tampa.... 1-11-41 

Roche, Margaret A 2111 Southview Ave., Tampa 5-25-42 

Roddey, L. E 2508 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-23-41 

Roden, Thos 510 Avenue A, Fort Pierce 10-19-42 

Rodes, Marjorie 205 Lincoln Ave., Melbourne 8-27-41 



318 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBIjIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Rodgers, Clarence W Weirsdale 7-11-42 

Rodgers, R. L 105 So. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clear- 
water - 10-15-41 

Rodriquez, Jack L 1100 Franklin St., Tampa 11-23-42 

Rodriquez, Justo Box 376, Tampa 2-27-42 

Roe, C. W P. O. Box 506, Clermont 3-13-41 

Roebuck, Harriet E c/o Attorney General, Tallahas- 
see 7-10-41 

Roesch, Ada C Box 45, Clermont 12-8-41 

Rogero, Martha 708 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 9-5-42 

Rogers, Albert P Box 42, Clearwater 3-21-41 

Rogers, Anne V P. O. Box 3329. Miami 4-5-42 

Rogers, Emma G Federal Correctional Inst., Talla- 
hassee 6-9-42 

Rogers, George F 264 N. E. 31st St., Miami 8-7-41 

Rogers, Grace Mary 512 Stovall Prof. Bldg., Tampa... 9-16-41 

Rogers, Hazel Drew Dixie Lumber Co., 234 Ives St., 

Jacksonville 4-25-41 

Rogers, Hazel S Box 823, Winter Haven 10-28-42 

Rogers, J. Kenneth Box 56, Greenacres City 6-13-42 

Rogers, Julien C 1410 Cottage St., Ft. Myers 1-21-41 

Rogers, Otilia 1411 So. Howard Ave., Tampa 2-27-41 

Rogers, W. H 7302 Main St., Jacksonville 7-3-41 

Rollins, R. H Stuart 2-28-42 

Romedy, Julia B 416y2 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 11-3-42 

Romedy, Ralph C 416y2 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville. .10-14-42 

Roney, Eleanor 412 E. South St., Orlando 12-10-42 

Ronon, Catherine 14 S. E. Fii'st St., Miami 3-19-42 

Rood, Joseph 358 Meridian Ave., Miam.i Beach 4-12-41 

Rood, Raymond S Box 4697, Jacksonville 12-11-42 

Roose, Elizabeth L 301 E. Hillview, Sarasota 7-14-42 

Rorden, Mary 505 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville ... 8-22-42 

Rosasco, John City of Coral Gables, Coral Gables 8-29-42 

Rosborough, G. L 118 West Adams St., Jacksonville 4-27-42 

Rose, B. C 7801 Byron Ave., Miami Beach... 9-4-42 

Rose, Frank A 2360 SW 19th Terrace, Miami 11-7-42 

Rose, Muriel P. O. Box 408, Tallahassee... 6-23-42 

Rosen, Jack 504 First Trust Co. Bldg., Miami.. 5-2-41 

Rosenbaum, Jack c/o Southern Hide, Wool & Junk 

Co., Pensacola 7-16-42 

Rosenberg, Esther H 1010 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville. 11-23-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 319 

NOTARIES PUBlulC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Rosenberg, Morris 923 duPont Bldg., Miami 7-22-42 

Rosenberg, S. Herman.. ..213 South Gomez, Tampa 5-1-41 

Rosenblatt, Rose 1804 Perry St., Jacksonville 10-14-42 

Rosenhouse, Annie 914 Olympia Bldg., Miami 1-25-41 

Rosenthal, Mark 2268 SW 8th St., Miami 5-22-41 

Ross, E. R P. O. Box 664, Williston 6-15-41 

Ross, Frances Hotel Thomas Jefferson, Tampa.. 3-3-42 

Ross, George E 1406 Davis St., Jacksonville 5-31-41 

Ross, H. E 1702 Court House, Miami 6-5-42 

Ross, Julian E P. O. Box 1460, Ft. Lauderdale.. ..10-11-41 

Ross, Walter S 2450 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 4-9-41 

Roth, Daniel 1014 8th St., Miami Beach 10-10-41 

Roth, H. N 809 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 7-18-42 

Rothe. H. H 641 So. 7th St., Gainesville 11-21-41 

RotheiTnel, Louis E 2143 Myra St., Jacksonville 12-16-42 

Rotureau. Chase M Tampa Stevedoring Co., Tampa. ..10-22-41 

Rounds, Georgia F 607 South Willow Ave., Tampa 11-25-41 

Rountree, A. J Lake City 2-16-42 

Rountree, Cecil A Chipley 3-19-42 

Rouse. J. T 327 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 8-6-42 

Rosseau, James B state Arsenal, St. Augustine 4-17-41 

Routon, F. J 100 N. W. 79th St., Miami 10-13-42 

Rowe, H. S 1813 San Marco Place, So. Jack- 
sonville 12-27-41 

Rowe, Harry Dolphin Hotel, 937 NE First Ave., 

Miami 8-31-42 

Rowe, Lettie E 703 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale... 3-11-42 

Rowe, M. G 14 Sears, Roebuck Bldg., Daytona 

Beach 3-24-41 

Rowe, Madeline 806 Court House, Miami 8-6-41 

Rowe, Nancy R P. O. Box 344, Green Cove Springs 6-9-41 

Rowell, G. B Jay 11-22-41 

Rowland, E. L. P. O. Box 33, DeLand 2-20-41 

Rowton, C. Howard Palatka 11-12-42 

Rowton, Lottie W Palatka 11-12-42 

Roy, Walter ?. O. Box 1116, Pensacola 3-24-42 

Royal, Aletha L 515 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 5-6-41 

Royal, Gertrude B 150 E. Park Ave., Winter Park... 2-20-41 

Royals, W. A. Box 521, Ponce de Leon 4-18-42 

Royer, Blanch 82 East Livingston Ave., Orlando 4-2-42 

Rubin, Edward 2010 SW 16th St., Miami 11-23-42 

Rubin, Morris E 210 NE 29th St., Miami :.... 1-17-41 



320 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Rubley, J. E 210 E. 44th St., Jacksonville 12-3-41 

Rudd, Robert 378 Riverside Drive, Sarasota 7-28-41 

Rudisill, Virginia C 2161 NW 35th St., Miami 3-4-42 

Rudland, D. V Box 150, Panama City 6-4-42 

Marie B. Ruegg Oldsmar 2-12-42 

Ruff, Wallace 215 Townley Bldg., Miami 11-30-42 

Rufly, Lewis O Box 224, Ft. Pierce 1-28-41 

Rufly, Tina First Fed. Savings & Loan Assn., 

Fort Pierce 7-9-42 

Ruley, Helen T 8216 Harding Ave., Miami Beach.. 10-30-42 

Rumsey, Cynthia, Mrs 540 Washington St., Arcadia 2-15-41 

Rusher, W. D 420 NE First Ave., Miami 8-6-42 

Rushin, Sara .„ 205 Ninth St., No., St. Peters- 
burg 2-5-42 

Russell, B. E 1002 Barnett Natl. Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 2-12-41 

Russell, Bess C c/o Riverside Chevrolet Co., 123 

Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 1-19-42 

Russell, Elizabeth M 647 W. Smith Ave., Orlando 4-8-42 

Russell, Georgie W c/o Clark Mortgage and Realty 

Co., 264 First Ave. No., St. 

Petersburg 9-26-42 

Russell, Leslie N 1800 Hanson St., Ft. Myers 8-11-41 

Russell, Margaret H 1649 No. 10th Ave., Pensacola 2-7-41 

Russell, Merla C 27 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine.. 12-15-41 

Russell, Rosa M c/o Mr. Lamar Sarra, 709 Frank- 
lin St., Tampa 2-25-42 

Russell, Stella B 100 West Bay St., Jacksonville 12-28-41 

Russey, R. E Box 246, North Miami 12-9-41 

Russin, Inez E Western Union Bldg., Tampa 9-19-42 

Rutherford, Herman E...106 Schloss Ave., DeFuniak 

Springs 1-14-42 

Rutherford, Mildred M...P. O. Box 1390, Miami 2-28-41 

Rutherford, Ora 132 E. Monroe St., Jacksonville 3-4-42 

Rutland, L. W Main Street, Williston 2-11-42 

Rutter, Anita Box 193, DeLand 2-10-41 

Ryals, Daniel C 2801 Espsranza, Tampa 10-27-41 

Ryals, Kate High Springs 3-4-41 

Ryan, A. J 55 North Federal Hiway, Dania.... 9-25-42 

Ryan, John S 125 N. E. 6th St., Miami 5-20-41 

Ryden, Victor F 712 First Ave., North, St. Peters- 
burg 11-5-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 321 

NOTARIES PTJBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Ryman, Ella c/o Gus Wilder, Jackson Building, 

Clearwater 5-2-41 

S 

Sabean, Ernest A Box 549, Cocoa 2-10-41 

Satain, John W Lacoochee 4-11-42 

Sack, Martin 500 Atl. Natl. Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 1-11-42 

Safay, Emmet 305 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville .... 4-24-41 

Sage, Mary Louise 84 NE 52nd Terrace, Miami 7-30-42 

Saier, E Box 1725, West Palm Beach 5-7-42 

Sain, Allyne 401 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.. 9-10-41 

St. Amand, Vita Hotel Miller, 229 NE 1st Ave., 

Miami 3-17-42 

St. John, A. G., Jr p. o. Box 53, Olustee 2-7-41 

Salazar, Delia ilio Tenth Ave., Tampa 1-28-42 

Sale, J. C p. o. Box 78, Bronson 3-13-42 

Salinas, Joseph J c/o Jos. Reguiero, Inc., 309 So. 

Water St.. Tampa 12-18-41 

Salisbury, J. W 707 Citizens Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 6-11-42 

Salley, Clelia P 326 Market St., Jacksonville 4-7-42 

Salt, Irma c/o Florida Title Co, Security 

Bldg., Miami 1-9-41 

Sammon, Maude T 1902 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-27-42 

Sample, Wallace Fort Pierce 5-8-41 

Sampley, Julia May 1406 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 5-13-41 

Sampson, Virginia J Radio Station WDAE, Tampa 8-2-41 

Sams, Katherine T c/o Petroleum Carrier Corp., Box 

4399, Jacksonville 11-12-42 

Sanborn, Smith Box 33, DeLand 5-7-41 

Sanchez, A. T P. O. Box 104, Tampa 9-13-41 

Sanchez, Mrs. D. H P. O, Box 1020, Tampa 10-12-42 

Sanchez, Ernestine c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola 9-9-42 

Sanchez, Eva Am. Discount Co., 201 Stovall 

Bldg., Tampa 9-16-41 

Sanchez, Philip San Carlos Hotel, Pensacola 3-17-41 

Sandercock, J. Robert 933 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.. 3-7-41 

Sanders, Bonnie Box 468, Lake City 1-4-42 

Sanders, Ha Audrey c/o County Judge, Gainesville 4-8-41 



322 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC — (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Sanders, J. B c/o Proctor and Proctor, Talla- 
hassee 10-24-41 

Sanders, Sadie ..Okeechobee 3-6-42 

Sanderson, C. W 1349 N. W. 55th St., Miami 2-12-42 

Sanderson, Hazel B c/o Attorney General, Tallahas- 
see 7-10-41 

Sandiford, Inez Blount Bldg., Pensacola 8-29-41 

Sandvick, Aili, Miss 37 So. Hogan St., Jacksonville 1-28-42 

Sanford, Carrie J 110 Eleventh Street, DeFuniak 

Springs 11-22-41 

Santana, E. L 919 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 3-29-41 

Sapp, A. E Box 366, Route 1, Ft. Lauderdale.. 9-13-41 

Sapp, Fred R 535 N. W. 24th St., Miami 5-22-42 

Sapp, H. P Box 306, Panama City 4-9-42 

Sappenfield, R. E 808 Security Bldg., Miami 1-18-42 

Sargent, Joseph J .Box 502, Orlando 11-12-41 

Sarra, H. C P. O. Box 711, Pensacola 10-21-41 

Sater, Nathan 915 West Flagler St., Miami 8-12-42 

Satin, Seymour 1553 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 9-18-41 

Sattler, F. J 218 W. Madison St., Tallahassee.. 2-20-41 

Sauers, Harry L., Jr c/o Thorn & Hope Ins. Agency, 

St. Petersburg 12-6-41 

Sauls, E. L 101 South Red Court, South 

Miami 1-18-41 

Sauls, Elsie South Miami 8-16-41 

Saunders, Barbara 1514 N. 9th Ave., Pensacola 4-10-42 

Saunders, C. L P. O. Box 125, Green Cove Springs.. 10-13-41 

Saunders, Gerald P. O. Box 628, Key West 8-13-42 

Saunders. H. T 1042 8th Ave., So., St. Peters- 
burg 2-1-41 

Saunders, P. J., Jr 609 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 9-1-41 

Savage, S. S P. O. Box 329, Ocala 8-26-42 

Savola, Leo Lake County Camp, Cassia 3-21-42 

Sawyer, Betty Jane 824 W. New York Ave., DeLand... 9-11-41 

Sawyer, Eugenia 268 N. W. 31st St., Miami 3-13-41 

Sawyer, S. T Bradenton Beach, Cortez 1-1-41 

Sayner, R. E P. O. Box 742, Pensacola 9-23-41 

Scaglione, Peter P 2507 16th St., Tampa 7-9-41 

Scanlon, Irene 1888 Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 3-30-42 

Scarboro, Anne Miami Biltmore Hotel, Coral 

Gables 2-3-42 

Scarboro, T. W 1515 Osceola St., Jacksonville 7-3-41 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 323 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Scarborough, A. P , 516 Washington St., Jacksonville .10-14-42 

Scarborough, J. W Merchants & Miners Transpt. Co., 

Jacksonville 8-21-41 

Scarborough, N. T c/o Hotel Windle, Jacksonville .... 5-8-41 

Scarlett, Joseph A Box 509, DeLand 1-10-41 

Scarritt, H. H U. S. Naval Air Sta., Legal Dept., 

Pensacola 12-3-42 

Schaefer, A. E lOll Langford Bldg., Miami 6-24-42 

Schafer, Ethel 237 Pifth St., Miami Beach 12-6-41 

Schario, S. C, Miss 1164 W. Plagler St., Miami 1-31-42 

Scheel, W. R 615 Ocean St., Jacksonville 11-19-42 

Schell, Victor C 410 Franklin St., Tampa 10-18-41 

Schenck, Arthur C P. O. Box 127, Wauchula 1-6-42 

Scherer, Augusta A. 2910 Bay Villa Ave., Tampa 7-27-42 

Schleicher, Marguerite ....Box 1203, Miami Beach 11-15-41 

Schneider, Adeline Titiisville 1-23-42 

Schnider, Marguerite L c/o Paul H. Smith Construction 

Co., 3301 N. Miami Ave., Miami 5-8-41 

Schoenborn, R. M Box 977, Tampa 8-11-41 

Schonbrun, Louis 410 1/2 Fianklin St., Tampa 7-30-42 

Schooley, Delene 235 lov^^a. Lakeland 12-22-41 

Schouten, Arthur N c/o Barnett Natl. Bank, Jackson- 
ville 12-12-42 

Schroeder, Edward F., Jr. 330 No. Orange Ave., Orlando 5-22-41 

Schroeder, G. A 705 No. Gilmore Ave., Lakeland.... 3-27-41 

Schuchter, Elaine 1338 N. W. 34th St., Miami 3-28-41 

Schuch, Charles J 405-6 Pii-st Federal Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 11-21-41 

Schulstad, Don E 3413 Bay to Bay, Tampa 10-22-41 

Schulstad, O. L 5011/2 Franklin St., Tampa 3-12-42 

Schulte, E. R 2026 25th St. So., St. Petersburg.. 9-17-42 

Schulte, Lucile A 1309 Brickell Ave., Miami 2-14-41 

Schultz, Cassandra c/o Court House, Sanford 5-2-42 

Schultz, Gus c/o General Garage, Brooksville.... 9-20-41 

Schultz, Pearl Wetmore ..1621 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-28-42 

Schulz, Raymond P Lake Worth 2-14-42 

Schuyler, Marie B 1107 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 2-23-42 

Schuyler, W. L Ingi-aham Bldg., Miami 12-30-42 

Schwall, Ollie Belle Havana 7-21-42 

Schwartz, Martha P 2971 SW 2nd Avenue, Miami 3-21-41 

Schwartz, S. E 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.. 3-19-42 



324 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Schwarzkopf, Louis 927 Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami 

Beach 4-3-42 

Schwingen, Elmer W 19 West Flagler St., Miami 6-3-41 

Scott, Edith W Box 1723, West Palm Beach 7-20-42 

Scott, Ellen M 124 King St., St. Augustine 3-23-42 

Scott, George 1751 N. W. 47th Terrace, Miami.... 9-25-42 

Scott, H. R Box 310, Daytona Beach 1-31-42 

Scott, M. F Alcazar Hotel, Miami 1-9-42 

Scott, Meryl Rigdon c/o News-Tribune, Box 690, Ft. 

Pierce 4-9-42 

Scott, Nola B 51 E. Flagler St., Miami 7-30-41 

Scott, Roy 1 Sixth St. So., St. Petersburg.... 4-10-42 

Scott, Ruth C Box 223, Dania 6-26-42 

Scoville, Helen E 498 N. W. 23rd Ave., Miami 11-27-41 

Scruggs, Charlotte P 4' 2 Broadway Court, Orlando 4-25-42 

Scruggs, John F Oaklawn Cemetery, So. Jackson- 
ville 5-22-41 

Scruggs, S. L 134 W. University Ave., Gaines- 
ville 1-29-42 

Seacole, W. E P. O. Box 366, Eustis 1-13-42 

Sealy, Harrie B 122 First Ave., So. Jacksonville... 2-17-42 

Seaman, Grace M 505 33rd St., West Palm Bsach.... 2-17-41 

Searcy, William E Niceville 6-11-41 

Seay, Cecil B 1715 So. Federal Hyw., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 4-18-41 

Sedwick, Ralph P. O. Box 996, Vero Beach 10-25-41 

Segall, Samuel Room 344, U. S. Post Office Bldg., 

Miami 2-2-42 

Seidel, George 827 N. W. 63rd St., Miami 4-15-42 

Selber, Hyman 2833 Park St., Jacksonville 3-5-42 

Selby, Vivien 401 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 8-4-42 

Self, Lucille W 1121 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. 6-13-42 

Sellars, James P _.Chipley 11-2-42 

Sellers, Rubye Box 911, Orlando 11-10-41 

Sellers, W. L. A 132 South Atlantic Ave., Daytona 

Beach 2-24-41 

Sellers, Wilbur H 521 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville... 6-28-42 

Sellers, Willie M c/o John Scott, Sheriff, Panama 

City 5-29-42 

Selma, W. Buford Box 241, Madison 9-5-41 

Selman, Verdie 1111 Wolfe St., Jacksonville 7-28-42 

Selter, Vivian _ 719 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg.. ..12-28-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 325 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Senn, Edward J c/o Union Finance Co., Inc., Lake- 

Shafer, R. C land 6-27-42 

Seton, J. G 122 East Bay St., Jacksonville 12-12-41 

Setzler, Walter R Route 3, Box 45, Miami 5-3-41 

Sewell, W. B 320 Madison St., Starke 5-8-41 

Sewell, Avlee 545 So. Oak Ave., Bartow 6-8-42 

Sewell, Jane E 336 Pine St., West Palm Beach.... 3-3-41 

Sexton, Alice Porter 1236 Market St., Jacksonville 11-30-42 

Seymour, David R 101 E. LaFayette St., Tampa 3-25-41 

Shackelford, A. L 1876 S. W. 8th St., Miami 11-28-41 

Shadburn, J. R 130 West New York Ave., DeLand 7-23-41 

Shafer, Lillian 1821 East Jefferson St., Orlando.. 2-18-42 

Shafer, R. C 2670 N. W. 18th Terrace, Miami.. 3-23-42 

Shale, Ella M .....c/o Fellsmere Sugar Producers 

Assn., Fellsmere 11-13-42 

Shanks, Guy F Treasurer's Office, Tallahassee .... 1-31-41 

Shannon, L. M P. O. Box 353, Gainesville 4-12-41 

Shapiro, Ruth N 336 N. W. 10th Ave., Miami 11-6-42 

Sharer, Lendell Court House, Bradenton 7-29-41 

Sharit, W. G 1739 Landon Ave., So. Jackson- 
ville 7-10-42 

Sharman, Chas. C 1710 Congress Bldg., Miami 10-29-42 

Sharon, J. D Freeport 12-30-42 

Sharon, J. G Sanford 2-26-42 

Sharp, C. H c/o Allen Sales & Service Corp., 

Tallahassee 5-27-41 

Sharp, Henry J Box 1033, Bradenton 5-6-42 

Sharp, L. E 1420 Tampa St., Tampa 4-28-42 

Sharp, L. W Box 643, High Springs 10-12-42 

Sharp, Lemuel 3800 Pearl St., Jacksonville 3-22-42 

Sharp, Lottie Box 697, Avon Park 10-3-42 

Shaver, Evelyn Box 1163, Lakeland 3-9-42 

Shaver, F. 1 408 Consolidated Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 10-16-41 

Shaw, Chas. R 426 S. W. 8th St., Miami 3-6-42 

Shaw, E. V 3003 Bayview Ave., Tampa 6-29-42 

Shaw, Inez Cottondale 4-15-42 

Shaw, L. C 1400 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 2-10-42 

Shaw, Lynn, M Box 99, North Miami 1-25-41 

Shay, E. H 113 Court House, Jacksonville 1-21-42 

Shea, Evans L „420 Live Oak St., New Smyrna 

Beach 8-11-41 



326 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBhlC— (Continued) 

t 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAMK ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Sheffield, Elizabeth B Martin Bldg., Tallahassee 12-8-42 

Sheldon, Raymond Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 9-27-41 

Shelkofsky Leona -c/o General Electric Supply Co., 

Jacksonville 8-14-41 

Shelley, Walter A. 116 South Beach St., Daytona 

Beach 3-24-41 

Shelnutt, O. R 1321 Franklin Ave., Tampa 3-11-41 

Shelton, Eunice 410 S. 6th Ave., Wauchula 4-7-41 

Shelton, Harold T 2509 Palm Drive, Tampa 10-13-41 

Shelton, Hazel 430 Hibiscus St., West Palm Beach 6-30-41 

Shepard, Harry W 305 No. Sterling Ave., Tampa 5-29-42 

Shepard, LeLand C P. O. Box 912, Coral Gables 7-19-41 

Shepard, M. V c/o Safety Insurors, Inc., Box 

2799, Miami 11-5-41 

Shepard, Mary L Clermont 8-3-42 

Shepard, R. C 913 West Plymouth St., Tampa.... 8-17-42 

Shepard, Raymond E 567 N. W. 67th St., Miami 12-2-42 

Shepherd, C. H Box 702, Avon Park 4-18-41 

Shepherd, Lee Jackson.... 1124 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 4-23-42 

Shepperd, Dorothy North Federal Highway, Boynton 

Beach 9-18-41 

Sherron, Letha 2004 Polk St., Hollywood 1-30-41 

Shields, Eleanor Norris..802 Huntington Bldg., Miami 7-9-42 

Shier, Henry 519 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami 2-4-42 

Shine, F. H 219 E. Robinson Ave., Orlando 9-4-42 

Shive, Geraldine R Box 61, Pahokee 9-15-41 

Shivers, Leonard D 3241 Palmetto Drive, Tampa 1-19-42 

Shockley, Ruth 725 High St., West Palm Beach.... 1-29-42 

Shoemaker, Josie L 11 Broad St., Jacksonville 12-19-41 

Shoemaker, R. M. 219 No. Missouri Ave., Clearwater 1-21-42 

Sholtz, Carl American Bank Bldg., Miami 3-20-42 

Shore, E. F Bartow 12-11-42 

Short, G. R 1237 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 8-14-41 

Shoupe, A. H 802 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth.... 8-27-42 

Shoupe, M 909 Lake Ave., Lake Worth 4-10-41 

Shrader, Lillian Rae Box 84, Hialeah 10-16-42 

Shrader, Terrel Route 1, Box 1240, Riverside Sta., 

Miami 2-21-41 

Shrigley, Bessie L ^P. O. Box 312, Winter Haven 10-7-42 

Shuler, G. C Motor Vehicle Dept., Tallahassee 9-24-41 

Shuler, Jay A Apalachicola 3-5-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 327 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, POUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Shuman, John H Monticello 4-10-41 

Shunk, D. C 222 West Forsyth St., Jacksonville 5-9-42 

Sieg, Flora Pearl .32 East Union St., Jacksonville. ..12-22-41 

Siers, John S 333 First Ave., South, St. Peters- 
burg 5-10-42 

Sifontes, Helena L 1952 N. W., 2nd Ave., Miami 8-22-42 

Sikes, Armond W ..Port White 8-7-41 

Sikes, Quentin R 522 Ernest St., Jacksonville 5-11-42 

Silas, D. E ..2530 S. W. 34th Ave., Miami 9-23-41 

Sills, Eunice 801 N. E. 88th St., Miami 11-27-42 

Sills, V, W c/o City of Miami Beach, Miami 

Beach 12-19-42 

Silva, Willard C. . p. O. Box 310, Tampa 8-2-41 

Silver, Max R 1740 S. W. 11th St., Miami lO-lC-41 

Silverman, Anita c/o Kahn & Alpert, Miami Beach.. 5-31-41 

Simmon, C. Owen, Miss....Maas Office Bldg., Tampa 7-9-42 

Simmon, J. H ....105 W. Cass St., Tampa 1-20-42 

Simmons, A. C Raulerson Bldg., Ft. Pierce 6-18-41 

Simmons, L. W Munson 4-10-42 

Simms, Dorothy E c/o Dixie Lime Products Co.. 

Ocala 9-3-42 

Simon, Clemar Joseph Jr.c/o U. S. Engineer's Office, Ft. 

Barrancas 10-8-42 

Simon, Ralph E 175 South Myrtle Ave., Jackson- 
ville 3-12-41 

Simons, Babette P 2202 S. W. 11th Terrace, Miami.... 1-29-42 

Simpkins, E. G 1022 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 11-10-41 

Simpson, E. P 2400 Main St., Jacksonville 4-17-41 

Simpson, Edna .224 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 2-11-42 

Simpson, Elizabeth S. . ..c/o U. S. Marshall, Miami 7-9-42 

Simpson, Isobel Z c/o Yard Office, U. S. Naval Air 

Station, Pensacola 10-16-42 

Simpson, J. Rae 611 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 3-12-42 

Simpson, H. M c/o American Agricultural Chem. 

Co., Goulding 3-15-41 

Simpson, Horace L c/o Armstrong Cork Co., Pensa- 
cola 1-23-42 

Simpson, Mae M 5937 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 1-3-41 

Simpson, O. M Box 626, Mt. Dora 12-9-41 

Simpson, William R Box 233, Rockledge 3-28-42 



328 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PJJB-LIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Sims, Agnes Madison 6-11-41 

Sims, Byrd City Jail Bldg., Pensacola 10-1-42 

Sims, Claud E 2970 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville.. 4-17-42 

Sims, Mattie Z 1831 N. W. 62nd Terrace, Miami 10-2-41 

Sims, Susie S 1231 15th Ave., St. Petersburg 3-1-41 

Sinclair, Lillian H 225 Monroe Drive, West Palm 

Beach 1-14-41 

Sinclair, Robert 56 6th St., South, St. Petersburg.. 1-24-41 

Sindlinger, Loius J 1170 S. W. 6th St., Miami 11-17-41 

Sineath. Ila 4311 Woodmere St., Jacksonville.. 9-14-41 

Singer, Mary A c/o Clements, Inc., Jacksonville.... 6-3-42 

Singletary, Eunice ..1905 West Chase St., Pensacola.... 8-14-41 

Sinot, W. J 712 Palmetto St., West Palm 

Beach 1-16-42 

Skelton, Kenneth W c/o Radio Station WDAE, Tampa 3-2-42 

Skelton, W. H 1809 2nd Ave., Tampa 5-12-41 

Skinner, Myra 748 N. W. 13th Ave., Miami 5-11-42 

Skipper, J. E Mulberry 2-7-41 

Skipper, Gordon 11 N. Watula St., Ocala 12-13-41 

Skipper, Myrtle Jack ..Box 443, Sebring 7-18-41 

Skipper, Velo 4616 Post St., Jacksonville 2-12-41 

Skornschek, F. J c/o Pioneer Tire Co., Tampa 4-27-42 

Slade, Elizabeth 508 Consolidated Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 5-8-42 

Slappey, H. W Havana 3-16-42 

Slater, Chas. F Zephyrhills 4-24-41 

Slaton, J. C 1617 Fla. Ave., West Palm Beach 5-15-41 

Slaton, J. C c/o Clerk Circuit Court, Ft. Laud- 
erdale 1-25-41 

Slaughter, Bessie L., Mrs. c/o Atlantic Natl. Bank, Jackson- 
ville 10-19-42 

Slepow, Jean 410 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-29-41 

Sloan, D. P., Jr 622 E. Central Ave., Orlando 4-24-42 

Sloan, Davis W., Jr P. O. Box 2021, Jacksonville 3-11-41 

Sloan, Ruth P. O. Box 1021, Tampa 9-10-42 

Smalley, Helen R P. O. Box 598, Ft. Lauderdale 9-16-41 

Smawley, Lessie K Box 1242, Ft. Myers 7-23-42 

Smiley, Evora H 1414 4th St., Palmetto 9-16-41 

Smimo, Peter 765 N. E. 77th Terrace, Miami 5-10-41 

Smith, A. H 605 Peninsular Tel. Bldg., Tampa.. 11-26-42 

Smith, A. H 514 N. Parramore St., North, Or- 
lando 9-23-41 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 329 

NOTARIES PVBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Smith, Ada M c/o Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., 

West Palm Beach 6-2-42 

Smith, Alba Bright 3720 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 9-30-41 

Smith, Albert G 303 Park St., Jacksonville 3-29-41 

Smith, Alta Webster 407 Lytle Ave., New Smyrna 

Beach 2-9-42 

Smith, Annabel H 7939 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-17-42 

Smith, B. H P. O. Box 153, Port St. Joe 5-27-42 

Smith, C. E c/o Clyde Mallory Lines, Key 

West 11-9-41 

Smith, C. N 415 Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa.... 10-9-42 

Smith, Caledonia L P. O. Box 23, Ocala 3-6-41 

Smith, Carey C 814 N. W. 36th Ave., Miami 11-9-42 

Smith, Carol Jane 37 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami 6-6-41 

Smith, Claude H Graceville 9-7-42 

Smith, D. A., Jr 2304 Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville 8-21-41 

Smith, Barrel Box 67, Pahokee 3-31-41 

Smith, Dorothy A Atlantic Natl. Bank, West Palm 

Beach 1-29-41 

Smith, Dorothy N 109 28th Ave., Panama City 11-13-42 

Smith, Edith 1 330 West Church St., Orlando 4-24-42 

Smith, Effie 37 W. Church St., Jacksonville.... 12-22-41 

Smith, G. A 128 East Rich Ave., DeLand 1-9-41 

Smith, Gale B Administration Building, Miami 

Springs 8-6-42 

Smith, Geo. W 2109 Herschel St., Jacksonville 10-8-42 

Smith, Geraldine C Naples 12-29-41 

Smith, Grace Eustis 5-24-41 

Smith, H 501 Pla. Natl. Bank Bldg., Orlando 9-27-41 

Smith, Harold 6 Fourth St., So., St. Petersburg.. 6-26-41 

Smith, J. G Newberry 3-26-42 

Smith, James W 1101 So. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 4-18-41 

Smith, Jane R 1560 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.. 12-14-42 

Smith, Jettie Pearl c/o Sumter Electric Cooperative 

Inc., Sumterville 9-14-42 

Smith Josephine C Clearwater 3-5-42 

Smith, John J R. F. D. 3, Box 321, Pensacola.... 2-19-42 

Smith, Juanita B 1029 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 3-11-42 

Smith, L. E c/o T. R. Crooks, Boca Grande 9-27-41 

Smith, Lena R P. O. Box 510, Tallahassee 11-1-41 



330 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Smith, Lulita S c/o Krause Bros. Lumber Co., 

Tampa 4-14-41 

Smith, Marguerite E 107 South Brevard, Tampa 2-19-42 

Smith, Marie c/o Safety Insurors, Inc., Miami. .11-23-42 

Smith, Marion E 1702 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 3-3-41 

Smith, Mary E 16 S. W. First Ave., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 10-27-41 

Smith, Mary Hampton ...Route 1, Box 117, Bartov^^ 7-6-42 

Smith, Mason c/o Polk Company, Tampa 1-21-42 

Smith, Mildred F 17 N. W. 4th St., Miami 8-21-41 

Smith, Mildred T 514 So. Fla. Ave., Apt. 2, Lake- 
land _ 1-31-42 

Smith, Norma Dell c/o National Title Co., Miami 4-8-41 

Smith, Olga M Box 2376, Jacksonville 2-12-42 

Smith, R. P 139 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville.. ..12-24-42 

Smith, Ruby c/o Kilgore Hdv/. Auto Parts Co., 

Tampa 11-12-41 

Smith, Ruth Frecker 602 W. Euclid Ave., Tampa 11-3-41 

Smith, T. L 550 Second Ave., Daytona Beach.. 1-23-41 

Smith, Thena 315 LeBeau St., Clearwater 2-27-41 

Smith, V. S Pinetta 8-21-41 

Smith, Velma F Box 289, Route 3, Tampa 7-28-42 

Smith, W. M c/o Reliable Sales Co., Pensacola.. 8-21-42 

Smith, W. R 3109 Park St., Jacksonville 5-5-42 

Smith, Willis A Kissimmee 11-12-41 

Smith, Winifred M First State Bank, Miami Springs 11-4-41 

Smith, Zena 1360 N. W. 30th St., Miami 6-4-41 

Smitherman, Elizabeth ....1005 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2-22-41 

Smithers, Mary M 720 Sixth St., North, Winter 

Haven 8-8-42 

Smitter, Grace J. 1105 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 10-20-41 

Smoak, H. E 9 North Sixth St., Haines City.... 2-3-42 

Snead, Brilla M Drawer 3067, Jacksonville 4-13-41 

Snead, Ruby ...Box 988, Bartow 3-29-41 

Snell, M. R 1200 First St., Ft. Myers 10-11-41 

Snook, Floyd R 1833 So. Fla. Ave., Lakeland 5-12-42 

Snow, A. M., Jr P. O. Box 1165, Tampa 11-3-41 

Snow, Lucille S. ..Box 304, Ft. Lauderdale 10-29-41 

Snow, Sadie B Route 1, Box 740, Jacksonville 5-3-41 

Snowden, George C, Jr... 3001 Grand Ave., Miami 12-9-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 331 

NOTARIES PJJBhlC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Snowdon, Tom L c/o Barnett Bank, Box 990, Jack- 
sonville 12-14-42 

Snyder, Albert L Pahokee 10-10-42 

Snyder, E. L P. O. Box 106, Chuluota 7-13-42 

Snyder, Helen P 1505 DeSoto Ave., Tampa 4-16-42 

Snyder, J Box 614, Coconut Grove 1-27-41 

Snyder, Leon Box 708, Gainesville 7-24-41 

Snyder, Lynn 4001 La Prado Blvd., Coconut 

Grove 5-15-41 

Sohn, Edna P. O. Box 14, Clearwater 10-1-42 

Soil, Henrietta c/o Lanfranchi, Inc., Palm Beach.. 11-29-41 

Somerville, Eva A Boynton Beach 6-10-42 

Sommer, Grace c/o Modern Vending Co., Miami.. ..10-10-42 

Sommer, Selda Box 3107, Miami 12-22-42 

Sommerschield, Aila Palm Drive, Melbourne 4-4-42 

Sondermose, Emma 2484 S. W. 4th St., Miami 5-20-42 

Southard, Miss M. E 204 Coachman Bldg., Clearwater.. 11-17-41 

Sowell, Margaret DeFuniak Springs 5-1-41 

Speakman, Agnes ..235 Shoreland Arcade Bldg., Miami 5-11-42 

Spear, Claude B 1738 Flagler Ave., So. Jacksonville 2-6-42 

Spearing, R. S 204 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 3-15-41 

Speer, Geo. A., Jr 1131/2 Magnolia Ave., Sanford 4-2-41 

Spencer, Edythe H P. O. Box 156, Haines City 10-18-41 

Spencer, Kate C 638 Michigan Ave., Lakeland 12-21-42 

Spicola, C. G 2223 Gordon St., Tampa 3-5-42 

Spiesberger, Mayer 2303 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 1-23-42 

Spiller, A. C c/o Motor Vehicle Dept., Tallahas- 
see 11-24-42 

Spillman, Halline C Box 1260, Tallahassee 7-26-41 

Spinks, D. L c/o Lakeland Grocery Co., Lake- 
land 9-15-41 

Spitz, Helen A Box 451, Quincy 12-9-42 

Spooner, Hub Clewiston 7-30-42 

Spory, Mollie, Mrs 126 W. Cannon, Lakeland 10-13-42 

Sprague, Henry Box 421, Hollywood 12-27-41 

Sprecher, George A 1045 4th St., So. St. Petersburg.. 2-9-42 

Springer, Herman B 1358 Penn. Ave., Miami Beach.... 10-23-42 

Springfield, Eula Mae ....612 South Miami Ave., Miami 12-19-41 

Springmeyer, C. C 305 S. W. 12th Ave., Miami 12-29-41 

Spuck, Frederick 1136 N. W. 30th St., Miami 10-1-41 

SpremuUi, Neta 724 Hogan St., Jacksonville 2-21-41 

Springstead, Frances c/o Tampa Marine Corp., Tampa 3-25-42 



332 I REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Sprott, Arthur R Box 601, Delray Beach 2-17-42 

Squires, Mabel Ill W. Ashley St., Jacksonville.... 8-7-42 

Squires, Margaret 203 Meisch Bldg., Sanford 12-24-41 

Stack, Leo Box 1591, Pensacola 11-4-41 

Stackpole, Charles F Twin Palms, RFD 1, Box 97C, 

Fort Myers 11-24-41 

Stakely, W. T Sneads 11-15-41 

Stallings, J. T P. O. Box 283, Winter Haven 4-19-41 

Stallings, O. M P. O. Box 1020, Tampa 3-17-41 

Stanback, C. L 1998 N. Miami Ave., Miami 6-17-41 

Stanfill, H. M Box 62, Bartow 11-6-42 

Stanford, H. McC Box 658, Ft. Lauderdale 12-20-42 

Stanley, M. P Trenton 9-8-41 

Stanley, Stann 1402 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 6-27-41 

Stansfield, Chas. Alfred.... 107 E. Main St., Wauchula 3-7-41 

Stanton, J. M 121 E. 19th St., Jacksonville 2-3-41 

Stanton, Velma V 128 N. W. 27th St., Miami 4-17-42 

Staples, Ruth L RFD 2, Box 33-A, Orlando 11-14-42 

Starling, I. C c/o Commercial Credit Corp., Or- 
lando 12-30-42 

Starling, Wesley G 1184 N. W. 30th St., Miami 12-18-41 

Starr, Albert 206 Tampa Gas Bldg., Tampa 5-24-41 

Staten, Margaret P. O. Box 832, Orlando 1-2-41 

Statham, Dorothy D Box 784, Lakeland 11-12-42 

Stauffer, O. Allen 218 N. E. Second Ave., Miami 9-19-41 

Steadman, Cleo D 546 Columbine Court, "Panama 

City 8-5-42 

Steadman, Joseph 783 N. W. 63rd St., Miami 3-27-42 

Stearns, Ellison L 1101 N. W. 22nd St., Miami 11-1-41 

Steele, Oscar Milton 2-18-41 

Stefano, Michael J 2807 9th St., Tampa 6-6-42 

Stegemann, Otto C 1002 Congress Bldg., Miami 2-12-42 

Stein, LeMar H 37 N. W. 50th St., Miami 3-28-41 

Steinhardt, Morris H 628 6th St., Miami Beach 6-20-42 

Steinmeyer, F. E., Jr P. O. Box 2123, Orlando 7-13-42 

Stelling, J. H 408 Evergreen St., Daytona Beach 3-8-41 

Stembridge, Henry N Bartow 11-1-41 

Stephens, G. A 320 Duval Bldg., Jacksonville 12-12-42 

Stephens, G. P P. O. Station "G," Jacksonville.... 8-14-41 

Stephens, L. O Raulerson Bldg., Ft. Pierce 4-3-41 

Stephens, Marie c/o Supervising Claim Agent, 

S.A.L, Ry., Jacksonville 5-3-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 333 

NOTARIES PVBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Stephens, Ruth 2001 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami 1-29-42 

Sterman, A. J 1543 Michigan Ave., Miami Bsach 10-7-41 

Stetson. Audrey C 309 W. Florida St., Tampa 7-21-42 

Stetson, Frank K Box 720, Ft. Pierce 1-21-41 

Stevens, Clara Wood 210 First Federal Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 9-9-42 

Stevens, Elizabeth 64 N. Court St., Orlando 3-13-41 

Stevens, Gladys 90 Marine St., St. Augustine 2-15-41 

Stevens, H. L 1676 S. W. 22nd St., Miami 10-16-42 

Stevens, Huberta B P. O. Box 637, Dade City 4-24-41 

Stevenson, G. A P. O. Box 224, Delray Beach 12-14-42 

Stewart, Bessie Mae P. O. Box 263, Arcadia 1-13-41 

Stewart, Emily R Box 435, Manatee 3-31-41 

Stewart, Frank B Melrose 2-18-42 

Stewart, H. C 612 Ashley St., Tampa 8-3-42 

Stewart, Mildred S 49 48th St., West Palm Beach 8-8-42 

Stewart, Patricia 3562 Pine St., Jacksonville 4-23-41 

Stewart, Ruby c/o Social Service, 440 2nd Ave. 

North, St. Petersburg 6-9-41 

Stewart, Russell L 2525 1st Ave., South, St. Peters- 
burg 4-24-41 

Stewart, Virginia 1777 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 12-12-41 

Stewart, W. W c/o Thomas Jefferson Hotel, 

Tampa 3-12-42 

Stich, C. N P. O. Box 69, Live Oak 5-13-41 

Stickney, J. W., Jr 127 N. Adams St., Tallahassee 8-12-42 

Stiefel, E. Marshall 1161/2 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 5-23-42 

Stiegler, O. W 940 Seybold Bldg., Miami 12-28-42 

Stiles, Mary M p. O. Box 2060, Jacksonville 3-24-41 

Stiling, Edward Palm Ave. at Avenue B., Florida 

City 4-14-42 

Stirling, Clarella R Route 1, Davie 2-7-42 

Stith, Florence Box 7091, Coral Gables 12-30-41 

Stocking, Irene A P. O. Box 1672, Orlando 2-23-41 

Stockwell, C. L Drawer "A," Eustis 4_19_41 

Stoker, Nell S Box 448, Jacksonville 12-12-42 

Stokes, E. M 217 Franklin St., Tampa 8-18-42 

Stokes, J. T Box 494, Ocala 10-7-41 

Stokes, Clarence J 1327 S. Orange Ave., Sarasota 6-4-42 

Stokes, Henry D P. O. Box 777, Ocala 3-6-41 

Stokes, J. Ed Panama City 8-13-42 

Stokes, Mary Bronson 2-8-41 



334 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Stokes, Melvin P 3098 N. W. 3rd St., Miami 12-15-41 

StoUer, Leon 600 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami 

Beach 3-4-41 

Stone, A. T 317 N. 7th St., Ft. Pierce 11-17-42 

Stone, Charles M 54 Buckman Bldg., Jacksonville.... 4-13-42 

Stone, Clyde L 3643 Third Ave. So., St. Peters- 
burg 1-23-42 

Stone, J 243 N. E. 2nd St., Miami 10-24-41 

Stone, Julius F., Jr 207 Duval St., Key West 3-24-41 

Stone, Perry 647 Washington Ave., Miami 

Beach 10-17-41 

Stoneburg, J. Ed 1101 Park Ave., Sanford 4-17-42 

Storey, N. W Box 363, Little River Station, 

Miami 6-26-41 

Storm, Miles F 608 Coker Bldg., Winter Haven .... 2-18-42 

Stout, H. W 211 South St., Tampa 11-5-41 

Stout, Helen M 103 Magnolia St., Kissimmee 11-10-42 

Stoutamire, Elizabeth G...c/o Jas. A. Jackson Memorial 

Hospital, Miami 11-13-41 

Stovall. Ethel M 3/0 DeMuth Lumber Co., Jackson- 
ville 1-4-41 

Strack, Elsa ^FD, Winter Haven 12-7-42 

Stratton, H. C 1109 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 8-21-42 

Strayhorn, Guy M H Miller Bldg., Ft. Myers 6-6-42 

Streety, Valentina 300 W. University Ave., Gaines- 
ville 8-28-42 

Stribling, W. L c/o Suwannee Hotel, Live Oak 9-3-41 

Strike, Flora 325 E. South St., Apt. 1, Orlando.. 6-12-42 

Stringer, Maxine 516 Audubon Place, Sarasota 1-5-41 

Stripling, Mary E Chiefland 4-11-41 

Strong, Catherine E 9 Dixie Blvd., Delray Beach 1-9-41 

Strong, Dorothy M c/o Good Samaritan Hospital, 

West Palm Beach 3-12-42 

Stroupe, Agnes S Rt. 1, Box 648, St. Petersburg 12-28-42 

Stuart, Aieleen c/o Evans, Mershon & Sawyer, 

Miami 9-26-42 

Stuart, Margaret D., Mrs. P. O. Box 2192, Tampa 3-24-42 

Stuart, Nancy J 151 W. 5th Ave., Mt. Dora 1-29-42 

Stubbs, A. C 1707 W. Main St., Leesburg 8-9-41 

Stubbs, Mary Elizabeth....411 N. Vermont Ave., Lakeland... 9-4-42 

Studstill, L. M 108 S. Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 3-28-42 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 335 

NOTARIES PUBLIC — (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Stupell, Bess H Norman Hotel, Miami Beach 12-1-41 

Sturrock, May 318 South Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 3-12-41 

Styles, H. Phillsbury 218 Angela St., Key West 7-17-41 

Suarez, Jose A c/o W. J. Houlihan, Tampa 11-12-42 

Suddath, J. J c/o Camp Exchange, Camp Carra- 

belle 10-14-42 

Sudduth, H. L Box 490, Panama City 12-2-41 

Suhrer, William A 2509 Watrous Ave., Tampa 10-1-42 

Sullivan, A. A Indian River Citrus Bank, Vero 

Beach 3-6-41 

Sullivan, Cecelia M 206 E. Madison St., Tampa 2-3-42 

Sullivan, Grace 411 East Monroe St., Jacksonville 6-15-42 

Sullivan, Howard C ..P. O. Box 2134, Hollywood 2-21-41 

Sullivan, J. C 913 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 5-29-42 

Sullivan, John P. Ill S. Gadsden St., Tallahassee.... 5-26-42 

Sullivan, John W 1021 Kettles Ave., Lakeland 7-24-41 

Sullivan, Nellie W 1202 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 4-21-41 

Summitt, L. R Shamrock 8-7-41 

Sumner, Evelyn c/o City Attorney's Office, Tampa 9-29-41 

Sumner, Mabel C 959 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.... 5-23-42 

Surrency, C. M 3435 Mayflower St., Jacksonville.... 11-2-42 

Surrency, H. H R. F. D. 2, Gainesville 4-10-41 

Susenbach, Erna H Box 2378, Miami 10-30-42 

ciuaman, Lillian McD 1334 N. Miami Ave., Miami 6-5-41 

ouiJsman, Sally Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach 9-26-41 

outherland. Homer E c/o Trimble Realty Co., Jackson- 
ville Beach 9-12-42 

Sutton, A. S Box 934, Orlando 11-13-41 

Sutton, Adele 424 American Bank Bldg., Miami.. 6-20-41 

Sutton, Lois c/o Board County Commissioners, 

Clearwater 3-17-42 

Sutton, W. D 759 30th Ave. No., St. Petersburg.. 9-19-41 

Swaidmark, Thelma C Municipal Airport, Orlando 10-22-41 

Swan, Lawton Box 1564, St. Petersburg 5-12-41 

Swan, Mary M 4421 5th Ave. So., St. Petersburg 5-1-42 

Swanger, John D. Bayshore Blvd. at Lawn Ave., 

Tampa 5-19-42 

Swartz, Joe ...360 W. Flagler St., Miami 2-24-41 

Swearingen, Kate Chipley 2-22-41 

Sweat, Alice W 519 Ga. Ave., New Port Richey.... 8-3-42 

Sweat, Pearl Mulberry 8-31-42 



336 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Swee, Joseph c/o Chas. L. Gabriel Co., Miami... 9-25-42 

Sweeting, Ella Ree 333 Monroe Drive, West Palm 

Beach 1-11-41 

Sweeting, S. M P. O. Box 1977, Miami 3-12-41 

Swift, Marjorie L 1019 7th St., No., St. Petersburg.. 12-4-41 

Swilley, Wm. Gradolph....l511 Weber St., Orlando 1-27-41 

Sylvester, Hallie N 4776 S. W. 2nd Terrace, Miami 11-26-41 

Symmes, Adah T 127 McKee St., Orlando 2-19-41 



Tabor, Edith V c/o Y.M.C.A., West Palm Beach.. 4-16-42 

Tafel, R. R 8570 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 1-31-41 

Talbott, W. Burton c/o Central Truck Lines, Inc., 

Tampa 12-13-42 

Talcott, Marian A 2838 Pine St., Fort Myers 12-13-41 

Talley, J. H 110 East Pensacola, Tallahassee... 8-16-41 

Tally, Mayme Mims 12-14-42 

Tamarkin, Chas 601 S. W. 29th Road, Miami 3-18-42 

Tamlyn, Harry V 1080 Citrus Ave., Sarasota 2-10-42 

Tanner, Gerald D 1242 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-9-42 

Tant, L. E 611 Carswell St., Daytona Beach.. 12-24-41 

Tapley, Elizabeth 713 South McDuff Ave., Jackson- 
ville 5-3-41 

Tarver, F. W Box 482, Ocala 2-1-41 

Tate, Beulah 285 S. Oak Ave., Bartow 7-9-42 

Tate, Kathryn Fort Carolina Road, South Jack- 
sonville 10-16-42 

Tatem, N. B., Mrs Columbus Hotel, Miami 10-7-42 

Taylor, Alberta D 2667 Post St., Jacksonville 7-22-41 

Taylor, Betty Owen 255 Palm Drive, Miami Beach 3-7-41 

Taylor, Chas Box 191, Key West 12-7-41 

Taylor, E. A 313 Cayuga St., Tampa 4-16-42 

Taylor, Edgar B 4005 Marguei-ite St., Tampa 6-2-41 

Taylor, Francis 535 West Flagler St., Miami 4-17-41 

Taylor, Fi'ank, Jr 1622 Alford Place, Jacksonville.... 1-23-41 

Taylor, Hazel M c/o Treanor & Fatio, Palm Beach 3-25-41 

Taylor, Helen Columbus Hotel, Miami 5-23-42 

Taylor, J. E Stuart 1-24-42 

Taylor, Jacqueline B Box 4284, Normandy Branch, Mi- 
ami Beach 9-12-41 

Taylor. L. E Box 855, Eau Gallie 10-24-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 337 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Taylor, L. W 6200 N. W. Second Ave., Miami.... 1-25-41 

Taylor, Loren B 1317 14th St., S., St. Petersburg.. 10-26-42 

Taylor, M. F Route 3, Box 188, Pensacola 7-31-41 

Taylor, Mary Box 3036, Station F., Jacksonville 5-3-41 

Taylor, Mary Lucille 508 Consolidated Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 3-14-42 

Taylor, Otis L c/o Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., 1 

North Orange Ave., Orlando 11-10-41 

Taylor, R. D Town Hall, Palm Beach 2-22-42 

Taylor, R. J Monticello 5-12-41 

Taylor, Sherman T 310 Coker Bldg., Winter Haven... 3-2-42 

Taylor, Viola R 1955 N. W. 6th St., Miami 3-24-41 

Taylor, W. M c/o Brooks-Scanlon Corp., Foley.. 4-23-42 

Tchinski, Alexander J 3129 Phyllis, Jacksonville 11-20-41 

Teague, W. H Allenhurst 6-9-41 

Teas, Grace Coberly v.Walcaid Bldg., Bradenton 4-8-41 

Tedder, Amy L Box 293, Ft. Pierce 9-27-41 

Teeter, Mary L Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville 2-27-41 

Telford, J. Lee 1760 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach.... 5-29-41 

Templer, La Verne M Box 542, Tarpon Springs 4-28-41 

Terrell, Warren R Fii-st National Bank, Tampa 6-8-41 

Terry Blanch Fort White 6-4-42 

Terry E. M 1531 Gary Road, Lakeland 2-6-42 

Terry, Wm. E 16 Laura St., Jacksonville 11-25-41 

Teschner, Fred C 2032 Traymore Road, Jacksonville.. 5-18-42 

Tewes, Martin H c/o American Legion Home, St. 

Petersburg, Florida 8-14-41 

Thacher, W. C _1900 South Dixie, West Palm 

Beach 12-29-41 

Thacker, C. D 2534 N. Miami Ave., Miami 12-12-42 

Tharin, Kathleen E Box 1347, West Palm Beach 11-16-42 

Tharin, Manley R 519 Main St., Dunedin 11-23-42 

Tharpe, Rita W Room 702, 605 Lincoln Road, Mi- 
ami Beach 1-26-42 

Tharpe, Sybil S 519 North Monroe St., Tallahas- 
see 10-27-42 

Thatcher, Earle G 1216 21st St., Vero Beach 6-7-42 

Thayer, LeRoy A Gulp Lumber Company, Tampa.... 5-17-41 

Theobald, Ronald W 1410 Security Bldg., Miami 3-7-41 

Thistlethwaite, LaMar ....Box 333, Ft. Lauderdale 4-1-41 

Thomas, A. F Cottondale 7-15-42 

Thomas, B. A Zephyrhills 12-18-41 



338 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Thomas, Clyde 4024 Rayford St., Jacksonville 8-26-42 

Thomas, Edwin 706 Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa.. 11-5-41 

Thomas, Elizabeth P c/o S. A. Fields and Co., Umatilla 12-5-41 

Thomas, Frances Box 92, Starke 6-6-42 

Thomas G. D 1014 W. Water Ave., Tampa 3-30-42 

Thomas, H. B Box 1991, West Palm Beach 12-17-41 

Thomas L. N Box 540, DeLand 4-12-41 

Thomas, N. E Box 628, DeLand 7-20-42 

Thomas, Yvonne L. c/o Loftin, Calkins, Anderson & 

Scott, Ingi'aham Bldg., Miami.... 2-11-42 
Thomason, Louise 131 North Calhoun St., Tallahas- 
see 4-14-42 

Thompson, Ann Box 85, Clearwater 3-21-42 

Thompson, C. F Box 1228, Tampa 12-29-42 

Thompson, Carole 1005 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., 

Miami 4-1-42 

Thompson, Catherine M.120 La Quinta Place, St. Augus- 
tine 10-16-41 

Thompson, Charles F 3475 Queensboro Ave. S., St. 

Petersburg 5-22-42 

Thompson, Charles S 216 N. W. 8th St., Miami 7-23-41 

Thompson, Dorothea E. ..c/o Pan American Ferries, Inc., 

Miami 5-22-42 

Thompson, Dorothy L Box 385, Palatka 3-27-42 

Thompson, Elizabeth C 39 E. 56th St., Jacksonville 5-10-41 

Thompson, Ernestine Box 256, Miami 8-7-41 

Thompson, Hixie 1012 Congress Ave., West Palm 

Beach 4-16-41 

Thompson, Ira I Fort Ogden 10-10-41 

Thompson, J. D 44 Cathedral Place, St. Augustine 8-3-41 

Thompson, J. M 1019 Roselle St., Jacksonville 4-24-41 

Thompson, J. Vernon Box 4970, Jacksonville 7-17-42 

Thompson, Laurence H. ..Box 427, Daytona Beach 9-14-41 

Thompson, Lulie Box 861, Ft. Lauderdale 4-22-42 

Thompson, Mary 2357 N. W. 55th Terrace, Miami.... 3-13-42 

Thompson, R. Jerome 909 N. Gadsden St,, Tallahassee.... 9-27-41 

Thompson, Sarah D. 214 N. Gadsden St., Tallahassee 9-24-41 

Thompson, Shirley M 209 South Boulevard, Tampa 10-28-41 

Thompson, W. H 2162 S. W. 24th St., Miami 9-14-42 

Thompson, Mrs. W. R., Jr. 1221 Mapleton Road, South 

Jacksonville 3-27-42 

Thomsen, Luna H 109 E. Carolina St., Tallahassee.... 9-22-42 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 339 

NOTARIES PJJBIAC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Thomson, Mary B Quincy 6-11-41 

Thorne, Nettie Laguna Beach, St. Andrews 4-3-41 

Thornton, Burwell 62 East Granada Ave., Ormond 

Beach 1-21-41 

Thornton, F. J 712 W. Indiana Ave., Tampa 3-23-41 

Thornton, Leila S Box 1390, Miami 3-14-41 

Thorpe, D. G .Wimauma 3-18-42 

Thorpe, Dorothy B Box 563, Melbourne 8-31-42 

Thorpe, T. E., Mrs 119 West Hollywood St., Tampa 10-26-42 

Thorsen, A. S 115 East Gregory St., Pensacola.... 4-7-41 

Thi-asher, J. E., Jr Box 632, Micanopy 1-7-41 

Threlkeld, Ruth E 223 Dreka Bldg., DeLand 1-4-41 

Thue, M. R 808 Valencia Ave., Coral Gables.... 2-5-42 

Thurber, Elizabeth M 109 South M. St., Lake Worth 3-29-41 

Thurman, Agnes N 610 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 6-22-42 

Thurmond, Dorothy 14 West 27th St., Jacksonville 3-7-41 

Thurston, Opal R 1107 Security Bldg., Miami 5-22-42 

Tibado, C. H Lake Wales 4-1-42 

Tidwell, D. v., Jr 912 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville. .11-23-42 

Tidwell, Winifred 515 6th St. N., St. Petersburg 10-22-42 

Till, S. C 3652 Herschell St., Jacksonville.. 9-16-42 

Tillack, Warner S American Oil Co., Jacksonville 3-3-41 

Tiller, Lucylle 14 N. E. 1st Ave., Miami 2-19-42 

Tillinghast, Esther B^ 109 E. Broadway, Ocala 10-23-42 

Tillis, Myrtle c/o Sheriff's Office, Vero Beach. .. 3-4-42 

Tindall, W. E c/o Sheriff's Office, Kissimmee.... 4-9-41 

Tindel, Mrs. Clyde D Graceville 2-15-41 

Tindel, Katie R Sylvia Drive, Marianna 3-10-42 

Tinkler, Janie 319 W. Hancock St., Lakeland 6-24-42 

Tinley, Marion S 903 First Trust Bldg., Miami 10-11-41 

Tinney, Margaret J. Whatley, Davin & Co., Jackson- 
ville 3-26-42 

Tippetts, William B First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 1-8-42 

Tipton, L. G., Mi's Cottage Hill 9-6-42 

Toback, Frank 3434 Grand Ave., Miami 2-14-42 

Toback, Lucille J 3434 Grand Ave., Miami 8-28-42 

Todd, Vesta Box 67, Lakeland 10-22-42 

Tolton, W. J 14 West Garden St., Pensacola .... 3-23-41 

Tomberlin, Monteen 825 N. Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville.... 4-22-42 

Tomlin, Wm. S 1240 Fifteenth Ave., N., St. Peters- 
burg 1-25-41 

Tomlinson, Amy T 233 E. Columbia St., Gainesville.. 6-8-41 



340 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBIjIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Tomlinson, M. P Box A, Port St. Joe 5-31-41 

Tomlinson, Mildred 2022 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville.. 12-12-42 

Tomlinson, Nell 2208 Granada Blvd., Coral Gables 10-1-41 

Tompkins, Maftie W Box 655, Avon Park 7-23-42 

Toms, Katherine 3555 Crystal Court, Coconut Grove, 

Miami 6-21-42 

Toney, Japour T 635 E. 63rd St., Jacksonville 8-16-41 

Tooks, Hazel Lois 104 E. Twenty-First St., Jackson- 
ville 8-4-41 

Toole, Carmine Box 14, Jennings 6-30-42 

Toombs, Mary Louise 2047 Forbes St., Jacksonville 2-21-42 

Toomey, R. E. S 608 N. W. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-4-42 

Torres, Esther M 2207 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 6-11-41 

Touchton, Charles F., Jr...Box 305, Dade City 3-8-41 

Touchton, W. J 218 3rd St., S. W., Winter Haven.. 7-17-41 

Tourtellot, F. L 70 West Robinston Ave., Orlando 9-27-41 

Tourtelot, John H ...139 Central Ave., St. Petersburg.. 3-19-42 

Tousey, Clay B 332 West Forsyth St., Jackson- 
ville 10-24-42 

Tousey, W. B 805 Hogan St., Jacksonville 7-16-41 

Tovirer, Nelcon L 151 N. E. 3rd St., Miami 6-18-41 

Towery, Tho.s. W 2835 S. W. 3rd St., Miami 2-13-41 

Towns, Mane M First National Bank, Tampa 2-16-42 

Townsend, H. Clyde 660 W. Flagler St., Miami 11-16-42 

Townsend, M. L 327 Main St., Sarasota 2-19-41 

Tracy, Oswald C Box 862, Pass-a-Grille 6-9-41 

Tracy, Verna A 2046 W. Flagler St., Miami 1-24-42 

Trammell, Lee, Jr 120 Shoreland Arcade, Miami 1-28-41 

Trammell, Clyde G Bronson 5-7-41 

Trammell, Park M Elountstown 3-20-41 

Trantina, Ruth E Box 428, Sebring 10-22-42 

Trattler, Abraham 2150 Phyllis St., Jacksonville 3-28-42 

Treisback, Lois 1440 Belvedere Ave., Jacksonville 5-4-42 

Trembley, Frances A 245 S. Salisbury Ave., DeLand 3-21-42 

Trezevant, Julia T 310 Madison St., Tampa 8-2-41 

Tribble, J. P 115 E, Indiana Ave., DeLand 1-8-42 

Tristram, George D 17 Melbourne Ave., Melbourne 8-8-42 

Trott, Robert L Florida Industrial Comm., Talla- 
hassee 7-3-42 

Troy, Helen O Box 3128, Daytona Beach 3-26-42 

Truette, Beria 466 Luverne Ave., Panama City.... 8-5-41 

Truluck, J. H 1119 Magnolia Ave., Sanford 12-23-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 341 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Conti7iued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Truluck, Mildred c/o Security Loan Co., Bartow.... 4-27-42 

Trussell, B. A 223 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 12-1-41 

Tubbs, W. G., Jr 1412 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 10-13-41 

Tucker, J. H Sarasota 4-11-22 

Tucker, J. R Brent Bldg., Pensacola 2-17-42 

Tucker, James J Williston 10-27-41 

Tucker, Paul A c/o Lenfesty Supply Co., Tampa.. 5-9-42 

Tucker, U. P Box 9, Oakland Park 5-27-4U 

Tucker, W. H Bradenton 8-5-4i: 

Tunis, Anna Elizabeth .1125 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables.. 1-23-41 

Turberville, Julia M 277 Loma Linda Ave., Sarasota—. 3-25-41 

Turlington, Edwin B Box 1, Williston 11-9-42 

Turner, Anne Wentland...69 E. 12th St., Hialeah 3-12-41 

Turner, C. H 710 Broad St., Jacksonville 3-19-42 

Turner, C. L 404 Franklin St., Tampa 5-14-41 

Turner, Carmen B Maas Office Bldg., Tampa 8-4-41 

Tiu-ner, D. F 309 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 3-3-41 

Turner, Deane Box 1282, Fort Myers 11-7-42 

Turner, Dora M Crystal River 3-10-41 

Turner, Filo H c/o Pensacola Buggy Works, Pen- 
sacola 6-3-41 

Turner, Frank G 2203 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 12-28-42 

Turner, Jane T., Mrs Box 299, Coral Gables 5-22-42 

Turner, Kathryn Glenview Drive, Tallahassee 8-6-41 

Turner, Lillian Live Oak 12-15-42 

Turner, Lucy E 27 N. W. 5th St., Miami 3-25-41 

Turner, Margaret A 1015 14th St., Bradenton 8-6-41 

Turner, Marjorie M 4327 6th St., S., St. Petersburg.... 9-5-41 

Turner, Oren G 223 Miramar Drive, Lakeland 5-7-42 

Turner, R. L Box 54, Clearwater 1-13-41 

Tumipseed, W. P Box 769, Ocala 2-23-42 

Turpin, Mildred Dade County Hospital, Miami 9-19-41 

Turvaville, Roy G 3917 Arlington Ave., Tampa 10-26-41 

Tutan, Chas. B 216 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables.... 10-2-42 

Tuten, J. N Madison 2-6-42 

Tuten, Marcelle Box 251, St. Andrews 7-23-42 

Tuttle, Georgianna 426 North D. St., Lake Worth 12-19-42 

Twitty, Grace P Box 1332, West Palm Beach 9-21-42 

Twitty, Paul E Box 151, West Palm Beach 10-18-41 

Twyman, Marshall G 999 S. W. First St., Miami 7-6-42 

Tyler, Jimmie T 3634 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-31-42 



342 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBU-C— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Tyler, S. W Gulf Florida Terminal Co., Inc., 

Tampa 10-18-41 

Tjmdall, Kermit 444 W. Cass St., Tampa 4-22-41 

Tyre, Mayme 804 Postal Bldg., Miami 6-24-42 

Tyson, Calloway K Box 1288, Tampa 8-9-42 

Tyson, Doris c/o Lake Garfield Citrus Co-oper- 
ative, Bartow 3-3-41 

U 

Uhlein, Elizabeth c/o Chamber of Commerce, Day- 

tona Beach 12-22-42 

Ulmer, Ray E Legal Building, Clearwater 4-4-41 

Ulrich, Frederick 5515 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 10-14-41 

Ulrich, Ruth F 404 Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 6-7-42 

Ulsch, M. F Room 102, Court House, Jackson- 
ville 1-15-42 

Ulsch. N. Mac 1099 W. 5th St., Jacksonville 9-23-41 

Underberg, B. F 4901 East Broadway, Tampa 2-18-41 

Underhill, E. R., Mrs 442 12th St., Bradenton 2-26-42 

Underwood, Lucy ...Clermont 3-6-41 

Ungerleider, Harold 1620 Pennsylvania Ave,, Miami 

Beach 1-26-42 

Upchurch, Frank D Exchange Bank Bldg., St. Augus- 
tine 5-15-42 

Upham, Bess D P. O. Box 436, Orlando 3-27-41 

Upham, N. W 39 4th St., So., St. Petersburg 12-31-42 

V 

Valdes, Armando 1101 Franklin St., Tampa 5-13-42 

Valdes, Edward 2209^2 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 7-27-41 

Valdes, Ruby W 207 Palmer Bank Bldg., Sarasota 2-20-41 

Valdez, Maximo 1022 Catherine St., Key West 9-21-42 

Valentine, Mary D 1501 21st Ave., So., St. Petersburg.. 11-21-42 

Vallette, Mable B Ocean Blvd., North Miami Beach 9-13-41 

Valley, Lacy W., Mrs c/o Coe & McLane, Am. Natl. 

Bank Bldg., Pensacola 7-7-41 

Vallier, Helna Harter Apts, 216 So. 16th Avenue, 

Hollywood 1-9-42 

Van Benschoten, L. D 1147 Main St., c/o American Oil 

Co., Jacksonville 10-27-42 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 343 

NOTARIES PUBUC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME , ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Van Brunt, Kate M Miccosukee 4-7-42 

Van Dyke, D. J 206 Fla. Bank Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 3-7-41 

Van Eyck, Chrystine 7009 Central Avenue, Tampa 11-25-42 

Van Landingham, Q. L P. O. Box 116, Bonifay 1-13-41 

Van Meter, Jennie P 1226 Alton Road, Miami Beach.. -12-28-42 

Van Monis, Mildred S Box 891, KLissimmee 9-19-42 

Van Pelt, William L Ellyson Field, Pensacola 11-4-42 

Van Roy, Frederick Crj^stal River 12-9-42 

Van Ryn, August .. 834 SW 13th Ave., Miami 3-21-41 

Van Slyck, Alice 1727 NW 28th St., Miami 1-17-42 

Van Why, Alice E c/o Safety Insurers, Inc., Bok 

2799, Miami 5-2-42 

Vance, H. 1326 SW 1st St., Miami 9-17-41 

Vanderpool, Fred W Biscayne Bldg., Miami 9-3-42 

Vann, Bertha Hill 810 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 11-25-42 

Vanwyk, Harry P. O. Box 772, Miami Beach 2-13-41 

Varena, Charlotte M Micco Avenue, Sebring 3-20-42 

Varn, Carol H c/o State Welfare Board, 49 W. 

Duval St., Jacksonville 9-1-41 

Varnes, W. P 1219 E. Kaley Ave., Orlando 2-22-41 

Vaughan, Edgar W. 923 Wolfe Ave., Jacksonville 9-17-41 

Vaughan, H. E 620 N. W. 62nd St., Miami •... 9-2-42 

Vaughan, Mary M Box 507, Pahokee 7-29-42 

Vaughan, Olive F Box 94, Neptune Beach 9-17-42 

Vaughan, R. W c/o Pensacola Linen Service, Pen- 
sacola 6-4-42 

Vaughn, R. 401 Avenue A., N. E., Winter 

Haven 2-22-41 

Vaughn, W. G Melbourne 2-6-42 

Vautrot, Prances Fla. State Theatres, Inc., 506 Fla. 

Theatre Bldg., Jacksonville 11-3-41 

Veale, J. E 342 SW 19th Road, Miami 3-25-42 

Velasco, B 315 East Plymouth, Tampa 6-7-41 

Velasco, Ray Y 2135 Pine St., Tampa 3-25-42 

Vensel, Margaret M 1201 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-11-41 

Vetter, Paul 40 Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville.. 4-15-41 

Vickers, Rowenna S 344 W. 16th St., Jacksonville 10-10-42 

Vickrey, J. A Perry 1-10-41 

Vidal, Dolores A 911 Grinnell St., Key West 9-18-42 

Villar, C. Hobart P. O. Box 966, Pensacola 9-26-41 

Villar. M. E. McD. Milton 8-26-41 



344 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PTJBllC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Villareal, John Wilson 906 Division St., Key West 5-29-42 

Vinson, Belle 1413 Line St., Leesburg 1-10-42 

Vitsky, Rose 737 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach.. 8-11-41 

Vivian, Cyril A : Box 327, Miami 6-24-41 

Vogel, Harry 807 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth 4-14-42 

Vogt, Margaretha Box 753, Avon Park 12-19-41 

Voigt, J. Read P. O. Box 1689, St. Petersburg 2-11-41 

Vosburgh, Wm. R Lutz 11-15-41 

W 

Waas, Kay Box 1859, Jacksonville 10-24-41 

Wachtel, A. H Levy's, Inc., Adams St. at Hogan 3-26-42 

Wachtel, Joe S 819 N. E. 87th St., Miami 6-25-42 

Waddell, Florrie 2965 Gilmore St., Jacksonville 6-1-42 

Waddell, James D 727 N. W. 1st Ave., Miami 6-27-41 

Wade, L. N 217 4th St., North, St. Petersburg.. 11-7-42 

Wade, Leslie, Jr 130 West New York Ave., DeLand 8-11-41 

Wade, O. B 120 N. W. 30th St., Miami 12-19-41 

Wadsworth, L. J 1061 Winthrop St., Jacksonville.... 8-1-42 

Wadsworth, Leva 503 Consolidated Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 3-7-42 

Waggnoer, George J c/o Kingan & Co., 540 E. Bay St., 

Jacksonville 8-12-42 

Wagner, Charles L 5003 Eayshore Blvd., Tampa 3-19-42 

Wagner, Evelyn A 211 So. Olive Ave., West Palm 

Beach 10-29-41 

Wagner, Miriam 512 So. Sapodilla St., West Palm 

Beach 3-26-42 

Wagoner, Lillian G Box 794, Hollywood 1-22-42 

Wahl, Harold B Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 6-23-42 

Wakefield, Wray W 2219 Park St., Jacksonville 6-1-42 

Walbek, A. J 2384 S. W. 6th St., Miami 11-14-42 

Walbek, Diana B 1661 S. W. 22nd St., Miami 6-24-42 

Walden, L. B „ Ft. Pierce Growers Assn., Ft. Pierce 9-19-42 

Waldrep, H. A., Sr 318 Duval Bldg., Jacksonville 2-26-42 

Waldrep, Mrs. Thos. M...131 McDuff Ave., Jacksonville 6-21-41 

Walicki, Hedwiga 105 Adalee St., Tampa 11-20-41 

Walker, Bertha L Box 907, Lakeland 12-12-42 

Walker, C. C Box 1293, Jacksonville 3-30-42 

Walker, Catharine C -.130 N. E. Second Ave., Miami 3-4-42 

Walker. E. E Box 1502, Sanford 8-4-42 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 345 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— rConfinusd; 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Walker, Edith Town Hall, Palm Beach 6-11-42 

Walker, Lee Box 255, Jasper 4-11-42 

Walker, Lollie C Box 2128, Tampa 12-26-42 

Walker, Louise c/o Greenville Aviation School, 

Ocala 11-6-41 

Walker, Ludell 1114 Flagler St., Jacksonville 2-1-41 

Walker, Mrs. M. C 402 12th St., Bradenton 5-4-42 

Walker, M. T 200 West Central, Orlando 12-27-41 

Walker, Margaret 6027 N. W. 22nd Ave., Miami 8-16-41 

Walker, R. C 510 Braddock Ave., Daytona 

Beach 4-7-41 

Walker, Selena 328 W. Michigan Ave., DeLand....l2-13-41 

Walker, Virginia B 206 Berryhill St., Milton 6-25-42 

Walker, William J 406 12th St., Bradenton 10-11-41 

Walker, Wilma L 575 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville.... 8-15-41 

Wall, B, S 1084 Willowbranch Ave., Jackson- 
ville 3-14-41 

Wall, Pauline M 657 Chelsea St., Jacksonville 5-22-42 

Wallace, Aura c/o Safety Insurors, Inc., Miami.. 8-24-42 

Wallace, Bertha Graceville 11-13-42 

Wallace, Chloe G 835 Salzedo St., Coral Gables 11-26-41 

Wallis, Katharine S 1872 N. W. 18th Terrace, Miami.. 10-23-41 

Wallis, R. J 1619 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach 3-28-41 

Walls, Emma Y. W. C. A., 130 W. Monroe St., 

Jacksonville 12-5-42 

Walpole, Francis H Box 869, Sarasota 5-7-42 

Walrath, B. J Cedar Key 5-9-41 

Walrath, Frank M., Jr Keystone Heights 4-22-42 

Walsh, Sister Collette Pensacola Hospital, Pensacola 5-23-41 

Walsh, Charles J 9th St. & 9th Ave., South, St. 

Petersburg 10-8-41 

Walter, A. P Box 364, Hialeah 2-19-42 

Walter, Ruby L Box 68, Miami 11-12-41 

Walters, Gertrude 258 15th St., North, St. Petersburg 2-18-42 

Walters, Nadine 8409 11th St., Tampa 10-19-42 

Walton, W. Marion 18y2 First St., Pompano 11-1-41 

Walzer, Jeanne M 1612 Alton Road, Miami Beach.... 4-16-42 

Ward, Alma c/o County Judge, Pensacola 1-17-42 

Ward, Dorothy Fernandina 10-20-41 

Ward, Evelyn Court House, Pensacola 4-17-42 

Ward, Frederick H Rollins College, Winter Park 5-11-42 

Ward, Frederick J 1000 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 9-26-41 



346 . REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PJJBIAC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Ward, Henry M. W Box 748, Fernandina 3-21-42 

Ward, J. J Bruce 2-13-41 

Ward, J. Alden 308 Masonic Bldg., Jacksonville.... 9-3-41 

Ward, Jno. J Panama City 4-7-42 

Ward, Mildred R 2109 Redfern Road, Jacksonville.. 6-9-42 

Warden, Margaret G 2390 S. W. 16th St., Miami 2-7-42 

Ware, J. R Box 1032, Tampa 6-12-42 

Warlick, Nelson A Russ St., Marianna 11-20-41 

Warncke, Thelma Cain....Ingraham Bldg., Miami 4-3-42 

Warner, Gladys M Box 1545, West Palm Beach 8-5-42 

Warner, M c/o D. Graham Copeland, Ever- 
glades 11-9-42 

Ward, Thos. P 1354 W. 23rd St., Jacksonville 4-10-42 

Warren, Guy M 1703 Coral Way, Miami 2-20-42 

Warren, Marcia 819 Fifth St., Miami Beach 2-27-42 

Warren, Sarah Smith ....c/o Florida Highway Patrol, Ft. 

Lauderdale 5-6-42 

Warrick, R. J 1812 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville... 1-3-42 

Wasdin, Lee Roy 3ox 447, Live Oak 4-9-42 

Wash, Sidney D ^ox 398, Tampa 8-18-42 

Washburn, Virginia 827 Avon Road, West Palm Beach 11-1-41 

Washington, Arthur L '195 Cedar St., Bartow 6-23-41 

Washington, F. E Box 823, Pensacola 9-14-42 

Washington, G. B .1465 West 7th St., Jacksonville.... 5-18-42 

Washington, G. W 3048 Davis St., Jacksonville 2-10-42 

Wasman, Mildred 1920 S. W. 1st St., Miami 2-28-41 

Wasman, Milton R Biscayne Bldg., Miami 11-24-41 

Waterman, Elma M 1056 Nelson Ave., Jacksonville 11-4-41 

Waterman, Ruth S Box 2760, Tampa 6-22-42 

Waters, Elise c/o Hull, Landis, Graham, French, 

DeLand 12-17-42 

Waters, F. Scott .418 Orange Ave., Ft. Pierce 7-15-41 

Waters, J. B 412 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.... 4-25-42 

Waters, Luther Bowling Green 4-2-42 

Waters, Ruth Box 818, Orlando 3-4-42 

Watford, I. D Chipley 8-5-41 

Watford, L. L Malone 3-15-42 

Wathen, Mena E Box 212, Carrabelle 8-6-42 

Watkins, Bonnie Mae ....1023 Grinnell, Key West 10-8-41 

Watkins, Boyce 6969 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.... 3-19-41 

Watkins, G. O Wildwood 10-8-41 

Watkins, J. C Box 223. Palatka 4-16-42 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 347 

NOTARIES PVBUIC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Watkins, Lucille 303 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville 7-10-42 

Watkins, Roe, Miss 1213 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville.. 9-22-41 

Watkins, Roger 1012 Fleming St., Key West 7-11-41 

Watson, Brent 31 West Garden St.; Pensacola 7-30-41 

Watson, Dorothy C. 215 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee 6-10-42 

Watson, H. M Box 259, Sanford 7-14-42 

Watson, Helen E 24 N. E. 9th St., Miami 1-6-41 

Watson, James B Box 1706, Pensacola 2-14-41 

Watson, Jas. C ...31 West Garden St., Pensacola 9-26-42 

Watson, Pauline L 3816 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville 4-3-41 

Watts, Georgia P 6211 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 1-17-41 

Watts, Kathleen C Box 669, Tallahassee 10-8-42 

Watts, O. T ...60 N. W. 3rd St., Miami 11-13-42 

Watts, O. W 735 West Adams St., Jacksonville 9-5-41 

Watts, S. K Eau Gallie 12-9-41 

Wattsjer, Lillian Box 1713, Lakeland 11-19-41 

Way, Charles H Box i, Gainesville 3-9-42 

Way, O. R Box 272, Winter Haven 3-16-42 

Way. Russell ..Box 83, Pensacola 10-1-42 

Way. W. D ....Box 3506, Orlando 10-23-41 

Weakley, R. D., Jr 335 Worth Ave., Palm Beach 6-26-42 

Weatherall, J 400 Main St., Sarasota 11-15-41 

Weatherwax, J. O. 221 East Lafayette St., Tampa....l0-19-42 

Weaver, C. E Sebring 12-9-42 

Weaver, Isabelle M loi s. E. Second St., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 8-31-42 

Weaver, J. Allen 156 17th Ave., N. E., St. Peters- 
burg 1-31-41 

Weaver, V. J 1918 Lynwood, Ft. Myers 9-15-41 

Webb, D. T Cross City 2-12-41 

Webb, Lydia Box 517, Delray Beach 12-6-41 

Webb, Samuel A Box 1804, Jacksonville 2-26-41 

Webb, Willie Ella 206 East Third St., Panama City 10-6-42 

Webster, Benjamin H Box 63, Bartow 6-22-42 

Webster, E. R Micco 4-25-41 

Webster, Sarah H 1928 S. W. 18th St., Miami 2-2-42 

Webster, W. J. M 6400 N. W. Miami Place, Miami.... 9-12-41 

Weckler, Julia 918 First Natl. Bk. Bldg., Tampa.. 3-18-42 

Weeks, L. M Box 515, DeLand 5-20-41 

Wehle, Victor O ,....805 Fla. Theatre Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 12-30-41 

Wehmeier, R. S 1016 East Jackson St., Pensacola 2-17-41 



348 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PTJBUIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Weidler, Edna H Camp Signal Office, Camp Bland- 

ing 9-21-42 

Weiland, Frances 1010 N. Railroad Ave,, West Palm 

Beach 6-19-41 

Weiners, Lee J 221 West Church St., Jacksonville.. 11-13-42 

Weinkle, Emanuel c/o Ackerman Ins. Agency, Miami 1-18-41 

Weir, Anthony 4116 Florida Ave., Tampa 5-12-41 

Weir, Clayton J Groveland 11-5-42 

Weiss, (Emil) c/o Tampa Ship Building Co., 

Tampa 1-5-42 

Weiss. Minnie Box 1163, Tampa 12-12-41 

Weiss, Paul J Security Bldg., Miami 4-25-41 

Weiss, Stanley P 1748 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 7-11-41 

Weissbuch, T. Neill 901 Langford Bldg., Miami 4-25-41 

Weitzman, Paul 1775 S. W. 14th St., Miami 10-10-41 

Welch, Clayton 103 Broadway, Kissimmee 2-10-41 

Welch, G. S Umatilla 8-18-42 

Weller, H. E 2363 Herschel St., Jacksonville 4-7-41 

Weller, T. C 321 Massalina Drive, Panama 

City 6-6-42 

Welling, Margaret 182 Avenue D. Northwest, Winter 

Haven 12-21-42 

Wells, C. M., Jr 438 West 26th St., Jacksonville.... 3-11-42 

Wells, Edward H 744 West Bay St., Jacksonville.... 3-13-42 

Wells, E. Ray 117 N. Butler Ave., Avon Park 2-15-41 

Wells, Janet c/o J. Luther Drew, West Palm 

Beach 3-22-41 

Wells, Rosenelle Box 431, Stuart 8-19-42 

Wells, W. O Alford 4-16-42 

Welty, Mary K Baldwin Insurance Agency, Sey- 

bold Bldg., Miami 7-23-42 

Wentworth, Geo. P., Jr Box 1303, Pensacola 2-19-41 

Wentworth, L. E c/o Auto Tag, Yard Office, Naval 

Air Station, Pensacola 1-29-42 

Werly, Al 533 1st Ave., N., St. Petersburg.... 7-14-42 

Werner, Frank E Box 47, Miami 5-13-41 

Werrick, Laura G 125 S. 2nd St., Fort Pierce 7-11-42 

Wesley, Esther B Huckins Yacht, Corp., 600 E. 4th 

St., Jacksonville 8-4-42 

West, Anna B 1010 13th St., N., St. Petersburg.. 11-26-41 

West, C. S Box 1831, Pensacola 4-25-41 

West, F. A Milton 2-11-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 349 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

West, Frances Elizabeth ..144 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 1-24-41 

Wesr, Helen M 36 West Pine St., Orlando 10-22-41 

West, John R 27 Patio de Leon, Ft. Myers 2-19-42 

West, Roger H Box 430, Daytona Beach 2-20-41 

Westberg, Jno. P Box 7, Carrabelle 12-15-42 

Westberry, Mrs. Wilbur ..3175 SW 22nd St., Miami 7-15-41 

Westerlund, Daisy R St. Augustine Natl. Bank, St. 

Augustine 1-18-42 

Westervelt, George A Bank Arcade Bldg., Frostproof.... 1-24-42 

Westfall, J. L Groveland 7-10-42 

Westlake, Carol Police Communications Div., 

Miami ■8-6-41 

Westlake, Gertrude 1335 S. W. 21st Ave., Miami 4-30-41 

Westman, A. B Box 2061, Miami 6-16-42 

Weston, Lillian G 3728 49th Ave., N., St. Petersburg 2-24-41 

Wetherell, O. D lOl Tyler St., Tampa 5-28-42 

Wetherington, Dorothy M. c/o Gulf Life Ins. Co., Jackson- 
ville 12-22-42 

Wetmore, Roby c/o Acme Quality Paint Store, 150 

N. W. 36th St., Miami 9-11-41 

Wever, Kate c/o Monticello Drug Co., Jackson- 
ville 4-14-42 

Weyner, M. Murry 1601 Congress Bldg., Miami 11-28-41 

Wharton, Kittie c/o Indian River Citrus Bank, 

Vero Beach 3-6-41 

Wheatley, J. T 575 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville.. 8-15-41 

Wheeler, Evelyn 2225 Beach Blvd., St. Petersburg.. 12-9-42 

Wheeler, George G., Jr 2277 S. W. 4th St., Miami 1-4-41 

Wheeler, Helen E c/o Watson Clinic, Marble Arcade, 

Lakeland 7-7-41 

Wheeler, Lee A Box 112, Lake Wales 5-11-41 

Whelan, R. W Box 7, Ft. Lauderdale 11-4-42 

Whidden, Ruby E 117 South DeSoto Ave., Arcadia.. 11-28-41 

Whitaker, N. P 3817 N. W. 17th Ave., Miami 10-24-41 

Whitaker, W. 922 Newton Ave., No., St. Peters- 
burg 10-26-42 

Whitcomb, W. A 4 Muriel Ave., Orlando 12-4-41 

White, Clyde M., Mrs c/o Wm. Fisher, Pensacola 2-15-41 

White, Dorothy R 705 So. 4th St., Ft. Pierce 10-16-42 

White, Frank X 9125 Byron Ave., Surfside, Miami 

Beach 8-22-42 

White, Geneva T 689 N. E. 73rd St., Miami 1-31-41 



350 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES P-UBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

White, Geo. C 713 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee 11-6-42 

White, Geo. T 220 Seybold Bldg., Miami 10-2-41 

White, H. B 811 9th Ave., So., St. Petersburg.. 2-20-42 

White, Juanita 52 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-27-42 

White, Maude L. Nankin Shoe Store, Inc., 158 E. 

Flagler St., Miami 11-19-41 

White, Patricia 401 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach... 3-29-41 

White, R. H 1322 McDuff Ave., Jacksonville.... 3-28-41 

White, W. M 902 Canal St., New Smyrna Beach 8-11-41 

White, Wm. Carlin 836 Sunset Road, West Palm 

Beach 2-15-41 

Whiteaker, Gene C 29 N. E. 90th St., Miami 6-30-42 

Whitehead, Moina J 33 West 3rd St., Jacksonville 3-13-42 

Whitehead, Richard H Registrar's Office, U. of F. Gaines- 
ville 5-16-41 

Whitehead, Rozelle First Natl. Bank, Orlando 10-20-42 

Whitehouse, E. H 535 28th St., West Palm Beach.... 12-27-42 

Whitehouse, Florence ...133 N. E. 47th St., Miami 3-13-42 

Whitehurst, John Box 205, Brooksville 6-8-41 

Whitfield, Mrs. J. H Box 668, Lake Wales 10-6-41 

Whitfield, Mercedes H 1874 Moncrief Road, Jacksonville 7-22-41 

Whitfield, Talbot Lewis State Bank Bldg., Tallahas- 
see 9-9-42 

Whitley, Cawood c/o Dr. P. Phillips Co., Orlando.... 9-25-42 

Whitlock, Eula 1507 Franklin St., Tampa 7-12-41 

Whitman, Margaret 169 N. E. 4th St., Miami 6-12-42 

Whitnell, Zela 508 Conolidated Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 3-2-42 

Whitner, Mell H Sanford 3-17-42 

Whitney, Frances .5502 Central Ave., Tampa 11-6-41 

Whitston, Virginia Box 655, Haines City 1-10-42 

Whittaker, Nancy 104 West Bay St., Jacksonville 5-13-41 

Whitten, Rufus Claude ....Sheriff's Office, Sanford 1-27-41 

Whittington, Dick 607 Whiting St., Tampa 2-19-41 

Whittington Genevieve M.c/o WSUN, St. Petersburg 4-1-42 

Whitty, S. E Box 111, Lee 4-18-42 

Wicke, Henry Thomas c/o C. H. Walker Lumber Co., 

Pensacola 4-3-42 

Wicker, T. H Coleman 4-9-42 

Wickham, A ...1838 W. Beaver St., Jacskonville....ll-20-41 

Wideman, Robbie K 21p 4th St., No., St. Petersburg... 10-1-41 

Wiggins, H. H 109 Sunset Drive, So. Miami 11-21-42 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 351 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 



TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Wiggins, Nellie D c/o Sears-Roebuck & Co., Pensa- 

cola 6-17-41 

Wiggs, Paul R 307 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville.. 8-28-41 

Wigman, Walter W 1301 Postal Bldg., Miami 7-30-42 

Wike, Selma Box 537, Winter Haven 12-21-42 

Wilcher, Gladys J 822 Macy St., West Palm Beach.. 10-8-42 

Wilcox,, Myrtice c/o Safety Insurors, Box 2799, 

Miami 11-16-42 

Wilcox, Ruth E 3600 Broadway, West Palm Beach 1-29-42 

Wilcox, W. B 212 Hinson Bldg., Tampa 3-19-42 

Wilcoxon, Dorothy F 804 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 11-13-42 

Wilde, Ceiia B 311 Eucalyptus, West Palm Beach 9-16-42 

Wilder, B. L 3680 Oak St., Jacksonville 4-9-41 

Wilder, F. Badger c/o Bus Terminal Bldg., Tampa... 5-5-41 

Wilder, Guss ?. O. Box 84, Clearwater 9-10-42 

Wilder, J. L 3/0 Gus Wilder, Jackson Bldg., 

Clearwater 7-13-42 

Wilder, Pauline 40 Buckman Bldg., Jacksonville.... 3-3-41 

Wilder, Pauline 207 Main St., Jacksonville 10-2-41 

Wiley, May Box 463, Mount Dora 3-5-41 

Wiley, Royal Andrew 2762 Park St., Jacksonville 8-27-42 

Wilkening, H. A Box 14, Gotha 1-11-42 

Wilkins, Leta E c/o Newport Industries, Inc., Pen- 

sacola 11-7-42 

Wilkinson, Dagmar . c/o Broward Bank & Tr. Co., Ft. 

Lauderdale 12-19-41 

Wilkinson, E. S c/o Fla. Bk. & Tr. Co., West Palm 

Beach 8-29-41 

Wilkinson, Peggy 823 North H. St., Lake Worth 11-14-41 

Willard, Harry O Hillcrest Drive, Lake Wales 2-6-42 

Willard, Katherine T 405 9th St., South, St. Petersburg 2-21-42 

Willcox, Leo A c/o Equitable Life Assn. Society, 

Barnett Bank Bldg., Jackson- 
ville 4-11-41 

Willey, R. C 306 First Federal Bldg., Miami 5-23-41 

Williams, A. L 374 West 12th St., Sarasota 9-18-41 

Williams, Alice C. (Mrs.) P. O. Box 373, Madison 8-2-42 

Williams, Allen 418 S. W. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-5-41 

Williams, Bee 211 V2 7th Avenue, N., St. Peters- 
burg 1-30-42 

Williams, C. B 304 South Oregon Ave., Tampa.. 10-9-42 



3^2 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— rcontinued; 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Williams, Cathryn R c/o Telfair Stockton & Co., Jack- 
sonville 5-20-42 

Williams, Corinne C 1024 Park St., Jacksonville 3-29-41 

Williams, Dorothy 730 Lincoln Ave., Melbourne 2-10-41 

Williams, E. O P. O. Box 1421, Ft. Lauderdale 5-9-42 

Williams, Edwin E Pass-a-Grille 2-13-41 

Williams, Florence 2700 N. W. 2-lth Court, Miami 2-16-42 

Williams, Flossie L 881 Mayfield St., Winter Park 5-1-42 

Williams, Francis D Edgar 7-3-42 

Williams, Geo. P P. O. Box 79, Macclenny 1-6-41 

Williams, Gertrude R 1905 N. W. 28th St., Miami 6-29-42 

Williams. Harry 943 Seybold Bldg., Miami 4-10-41 

Williams, Hattie B Rt. 2, Box 1237 Redington Beach, 

St. Petersburg 9-20-41 

Williams. Hazel Box 149, Arcadia 5-9-42 

Williams, Homer J Rt. 3, Box 720, Jackonville 5-5-41 

Williams, Horace, Jr 1896 North Shore Dr., St. Peters- 
burg 8-26-42 

Williams, J. T. ...„ 831 West St. Augustine St., Tal- 
lahassee 4-8-41 

Williams, J, Frank 315 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville..ll-23-42 

Williams, James H 3223 Thomas St., Jacksonville 9-17-41 

Williams, John B p. O. Box 643, Miami 2-17-42 

Williams. L. Grace „c/o Milam, Mcllvaine & Milam, 

Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville.... 10-10-41 

Williams, Leon L Box 728, Starke 8-24-42 

Williams, Louise Frances..322 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville..ll-23-42 

Williams, Marie F Maas Office Bldg., Tampa 5-10-41 

Williams, Mary Sebring 10-3-42 

Williams, Mary E c/o City Builders Realty Co., Palm 

Beach 3-25-41 

Williams, Mildred D 2056 Redwing St.. Jacksonville 11-14-42 

Williams, Miller Box 720, Palm Beach 3-11-41 

Williams, Myrtle 515 First Natl. Bank Bldg., St. 

Petersburg 7-17-41 

Williams, Robert T 109 Sligh Ave., Tampa 2-2-42 

Williams, S. S 125 West State St., Jacksonville.... 2-1-41 

Williams, Velma J 441 S. W. 27th Road. Miami 3-14-41 

Williams, W. F. 214 Professional Bldg., Ocala 7-27-42 

Williams, W. L Havana 2-5-42 

Williams, Z. K Okeechobee 10-11-41 



OP THE STATE OF FLORmA 353 

NOTARIES PTJBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Williamson, Mrs. A. C First Fed. Savings & Loan Assn., 

Leesburg 10-4-42 

Williamson, Austin, Jr P. O. Box 479, Jacksonville 8-12-41 

Williamson. D. C Trust Dept. Fla. Natl. Bk., Jack- 
sonville 4-18-42 

Williamson. J. L 304 West Moreno St., Pensacola.. 12-4-41 

Williamson, M. Helene.... Dixie Ranch, Okeechobee 1-31-42 

Williamson, Varina c/o Martin F. Whelan, Ingraham 

Bldg., Miami 11-24-41 

Willingham, W. T 476 First Ave. No., St. Petersburg..l 1-27-41 

Willis, B. F P. O. Box 825, Tallahassee 5-9-41 

Willis, Ben C Centennial Bldg., Tallahassee 8-15-41 

Willis, Dorothy B Manatee River Bank Bldg., Brad- 

enton 11-18-42 

Willis, Fred E 1601 Washington St., Hollywood.... 12-6-42 

Willis, I. N.. Jr Ill N. Commerce Ave., Sebring.... 9-26-42 

Willis, LeRoy c/o S. N. D. W. Company, Val- 
paraiso 7-19-41 

Willson, Betty May 155 Worth Ave., Palm Beach 9-27-41 

Wilson, A. H P. O. Box 72, Bronson 7-10-41 

Wilson, Anna I Fla. National Bank Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 5-17-41 

Wilson, Belle San Juan Hotel, Orlando 11-5-41 

Wilson, Edwin 3252 S. W. 23rd Terrace, Miami... 3-1-41 

Wilson, Eleanor 602 Fla. Bank Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 7-30-42 

Wilson, Elizabeth S 210 Third Ave., Daytona Beach.. 4-20-42 

Wilson, P. S 2226 N. W. Miami Court, Miami.. 8-15-41 

Wilson, Frank W 1331 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 9-18-41 

Wilson, Fred R P. O. Box 978, Sanford 3-18-42 

Wilson, James T 275 N. W. Second St., Miami 10-26-41 

Wilson, Joseph E Box 591, Starke 12-9-41 

Wilson, Julius 1433 N. W. 3rd Ave., Miami 4-3-42 

Wilson, M. G 1720 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach..ll-26-41 

Wilson, Margaret 800 N. 17th Ave., Pensacola 2-15-41 

Wilson, Melville A Fort Meade 11-7-42 

Wilson, Milton D 150 E. Davidson St., Bartow 11-5-41 

Wilson, Nelle E 2555 West Beaver St., Jackson- 
ville 5-22-41 

Wilson, Penrose S 2626 S. W. 19th Ave., Miami 10-18-41 

Wilson, Pruitt H c/o U. S. Fed. Correctional Inst., 

Tallahassee 8-4-41 



354 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PJJBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Wilson, Sol 1433 N. W. Third Ave., Miami 8-10-42 

Wilson, Vivian Mabel 2120 Marhorie, Apt. 7, Tampa 2-13-41 

Wilson, W. Carroll 615 N. E. 25th St., Miami 3-11-42 

Wiltsie, Marion B 410 Atlantic Natl. Bk. Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 6-16-41 

Wimbish, Kate c/o Fidelity Title & Guaranty Co., 

Orlando 2-7-41 

Wimmers, H. N Venice 7-11-42 

Wind, J. E c/o American Express Co., Miami.. 2-26-41 

Windhorst, Helen F 125 Country Club Dr., DeLand 5-30-42 

Wineman, Nellie 1644 Silver St., Jacksonville 8-21-42 

Wing, Floy M P. O. Box 9, Bayard 1-24-41 

Wingate, H. D University of Fla., Gainesville 3-26-41 

Wingler, Flora E 161 Rhodes St., Mt. Dora 9-8-41 

Wingo, H. G 206 Pennsylvania Ave., Clear- 
water 4-29-41 

Winningham, Marie Dade City 12-15-41 

Winstead, Raymond C P. O. Box 807, Jacksonville 5-5-42 

Winston, Rivoli, (Miss). ...1201 N. E. 2nd St., Miami 10-21-42 

Winter, Annie L 4605 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville.. 2-21-41 

Winter, C. E 4605 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville.. 9-25-41 

Wisdom, Aileena S 214 Madison St., Tampa 11-28-42 

Wise, R. S 7043 Wakefield Ave., Jacksonville 10-3-41 

Wiseheart, Malcolm B 801 Olympia Bldg., Miami 11-25-41 

Wishard, E. J., Sr St. Augustine 4-16-42 

Wismer, Edith M c/o A. & W. Bulb Co., Fort Myers.. 4-5-42 

Wissmann, Florence N P. O. Box 307, Kissimmee 6-23-42 

Witherington, Harry P Apopka 7-29-42 

Withers, B. C Belleview 3-9-42 

Withers, Noemie C c/o Tampa Gas Co., Tampa 8-12-42 

Witherspoon, M. J Panama City, Cove Hotel 5-5-41 

Witt. Dorrie L Rt. 3, Box 92, Lake City 12-7-42 

Wolan, La Rue 817 S. E. 10th St., Ft. Lauderdale.. 9-29-41 

Wolf, Gordon C 1005 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville ... 6-27-42 

Wolf, J. F 1060 N. W. 46th St., Miami 12-20-41 

Wolfe, Earl V 3008 Coral Way, Miami 1-27-41 

Wolfe. Ned J 2400 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. 

Lauderdale 6-10-42 

Wolford, Hazel F 710 N. W. 65th St., Miami 8-7-41 

Wolfson, Sam W 2135 Traymore Rd., Jacksonville..l 1-16-42 

Womack, lola Sebring 12-11-42 

Wood, Edalee J 1865 N. W. 4th St., Miami 6-18-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 355 

NOTARIES PUBIAC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 



Wood, Elizabeth W Bai'tow 5-25-42 

Wood, Ernestine c/o Hill & Hill, First Natl. Bk. 

Bldg., Tampa 3-28-42 

Wood, F. N 975 S. W. 2nd St., Miami 9-11-41 

Wood, George W 34 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-5-42 

Wood, Martha Alderman..Box 3184, Station F., Jacksonville 5-4-42 

Wood, Mary Edna Monticello 7-9-42 

Woodard, L. G 1872 S. W. 25th St., Miami 11-30-42 

Woodard, P. M R. F. D. No. 4, Box 175, Ocala 12-21-42 

Woodbery, E. B Dravi^er 700, Quincy 3-5-42 

Wooden, Irene W 127 4th St., Sarasota 10-22-42 

Woodham, Lois E 215 West Fifth St., Ocala 7-21-41 

Woodrow, Alice H c/o First National Bank, Orlando 1-7-41 

Woodruff, Frank L., Jr...203 Woodruff Bldg., Sanford 4-10-41 

Woodruff, Helen Box 1394. Ft. Lauderdale 2-14-42 

Woods, Hulda c/o County Judge, Wauchula 2-28-41 

Woods. Josephine M 2709 S. W. 8th St., Miami 2-28-41 

Woods, Margaret H 368 East 2nd St., Hialeah 4-11-41 

Woods. Margaret M 1616 11th St., No., St. Petersburg.. 2-16-42 

Woodson, Enid 946 East Bay St., Jacksonville 7-12-41 

Woodson, Maude B 1200 Katharine St., Ft. Myers 1-8-42 

Woodson, Pauline 301 Marble Arcade Bldg., Lake- 
land 7-30-42 

Woodson, T. G Y. M. C. A., Tampa 11-2-42 

Woodward, Prederick H...1618 Alton Road, Miami Beach.... 11-28-41 

Woodward, M. C. (Miss). .Fort Walton 11-18-42 

Woolfolk, Voncile R., Mrs. Lake Wales 9-2-42 

Woolslair, John K Box 509, Fort Myers 8-21-42 

Works, Don C P. O. Box 4821, Miami 6-28-41 

Worley, Viola Marion 2909 Chapin Ave., Tampa 7-2-41 

Worrilow, J. Howard 269 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm 

Beach 3-30-42 

Worsham, Clara Bell 402 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 7-11-41 

Wray, Alice 719 Wenona St., Ocala 5-24-41 

Wray, Allene D 505 First Natl. Bk. Bldg., Miami.. 3-16-42 

Wray, J. W P. O. Box 87, Apopka 6-7-41 

Wright, Ben W P. O. Box 751, Miami 11-14-42 

Wright, Claudia M 215 D. East Dixie Ct., Ft. Lauder- 
dale 1-19-42 

Wright, Elberta L Dist. No. 4, Welfare Board, Clear- 
water 7-7-41 



356 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PVBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Wright, Elkin, Miss c/o Lumbermen's Mutual Casual- 
ty Co., Tampa 1-17-42 

Wright, Emma E 1301 3rd St. So., St. Petersburg. ..11-23-42 

Wright, G. W 1514 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-22-41 

Wright, H. E 1436 Alton Road, Miami Beach.... 2-14-42 

Wright, J. Bertha 2448 4th Ave., No., St. Petersburg 5-11-42 

Wright, John R Box 546, Lakeland 5-2-42 

Wright, Mary G 1502 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville.... 8-31-42 

Wright, Neita Ill West Cervantes, Pensacola.... 1-4-41 

Wright, R.. R Deerfield Beach 1-6-41 

Wright, Virginia 314 East Broadway, Ocala 3-19-42 

Wright, W. J 1801 Sligh Ave., Tampa 3-13-42 

Wright, Wahmann A 2100 N. W. 24th Ave., Miami 11-23-42 

Wurm, Lonnie 208 Realty Bldg., Jacksonville 2-15-41 

Wurst, Dorothy W Ocoee 10-7-42 

Wyatt, Jean Box 721, Delray Beach 8-15-42 

Wylie, Mattie D 1111 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville.. 2-28-42 

Wyman, W. H P. O. Box 1118, Bradenton 1-9-41 

Wynne, Marian C Box 846, Tampa 11-3-41 



Yaeger, Louise 404 N. E. 35th St., Miami 2-2-42 

Yann, lola 5651 SW 5th Terrace, Miami 6-1-42 

Yaphe, Dale 741 Seybold Bldg., Miami 12-27-41 

Yarbrough, David C 837 First St., Fort Myers 11-9-42 

Yates, Durward S 708 Olive Ave., W., West FJalm 

Beach 3-11-41 

Yates, Harriett Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach 1-30-41 

Yates, John H 723 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 8-14-41 

Yates, Mary LaFaye Bay View Hotel, Tampa 12-8-41 

Yates, Wilson D 2902 Beach Blvd.. So., Gulfport.... 5-11-42 

Yawn, C. H Box "B" Florence Villa 8-5-42 

Yawn, Carrie Graceville 1-13-42 

Yaeger, T. H 156 N. E. 13th St., Miami 4-8-41 

Yeldell, Nancy E Marianna 12-16-41 

Yerkes, Damon G Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 4-16-41 

Yeskawich, Florence A.... North Beach Inn., Key West 3-21-42 

Yniestra, A. M First Bank & Ti'ust Co., Pensacola. 10-26-42 

Yonge, Lillian 946 East Bay St., Jacksonville 1-20-41 

Yost, D. E Dade City 9-10-42 

Youmans, Lena Lake City 4-10-41 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 357 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Continued) 

TERM, FOUR YEARS 
NAME ADDRESS FROM DATE GIVEN 

Young Alma c/o Deeb Constr. Co., Tallahassee 3-18-42 

Young, Bessie M 3223 Dignan St., Jacksonville 9-24-41 

Young, Bette J 1851 SW Third St., Miami 2-21-41 

Young, Dale E c/o Carey and Co., Pensacola 10-20-41 

Young, Edna W 2107 Gerda Terrace, Orlando 10-24-42 

Young, Eleanor S 1040 East 8th St., Jacksonville 4-13-42 

Young, Helen M 140 N. E. 88th St., Miami 3-20-42 

Young, J. C Dunnellon 7-11-42 

Young, Lilian Elizabeth....2751 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville.. 6-16-42 
Young, Marion C 204 Masonic Temple Bldg., Jack- 
sonville 2-1-41 

Youngblood, Elva L 37 East Central, Orlando 2-12-42 

Youngblood, Eston H RFD No. 2, Box 66, Tampa 9-20-41 

Youngblood. Evelyn H RFD No. 2, Box 66, Tampa 3-16-42 

Youngblood, Ruth A 4202 Suwannee Ave., Tampa 10-5-42 

Younts, Elizabeth W 810 NE 85th St., Miami 2-21-42 



Zachary, Bessie C 812 Magnolia Ave., Sanford 10-9-42 

Zambetti, Florence F c/o Atlantic Natl. Bank, Jackson- 
ville 11-13-42 

Zambito, Ignazlo M 1818 13th Ave., Tampa 9-28-42 

Zart. Katherine M Palatka 3-17-41 

Zeientz, Myron S 96 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 2-12-41 

Zeller. Ruth T Bayshore Road, Palmetto 7-22-41 

Zellner, James Pyles 1648 27th Ave., No., St. Peters- 
burg 9-18-42 

Zelt, Delcia E Room 113, Court House, Jackson- 
ville 8-28-41 

Zetrouer, Agnes 349 W. 20th St., Jacksonville 2-19-41 

Zetrouer. Gertrude ...2138 Westcott St., JackS3nville....ll-27-42 

Ziegler, John 923 Comeau Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 1-29-41 

Ziercher, Eva M Box 949, Daytona Beach 11-13-41 

Zissen, Sara 1250 SW 18th St., Miami 8-8-41 

Zoller, Teresa F 1712 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville; 2-5-41 

Zukernick, Susan B 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.... 4-15-41 



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REQUISITIONS 

During the years 1941 and 1942 the following States have made requisi- 
tions on the State of Florida for fugitives from justice: 



Alabama 

Arizona 

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Colorado 

Connecticut . . 

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Indiana 

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APPENDIX 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 

1941—1945 * 



GOVERNOR 
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND 



SECRETARY OF STATE 
R. A. GRAY 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 
J. TOM WATSON 



COMPTROLLER 
J. M. LEE 



STATE TREASURER 
J. EDWIN LARSON 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
COLIN ENGLISH 



COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 
NATHAN MA.YO 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 38^ 

COUNTY OFFICERS 

County Commissioners and members of the County Board 
of Public Instruction whose terms begin on the first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1943, and hold over members: 

ALACHUA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Claude Brandon, Alachua. ' 

District No. 2 — John P. Ambrose, Waldo. 
District No. 3 — Thomas D. Roland, Newberry. 
District No. 4 — W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 
District No. 5 — O. M. Tillman, Campville. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. E. Gay, Hawthorne. 
District No. 2 — S. A. Hussey, Sr., Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — Dr. J. A. Goode, Alachua. 

BAKER 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. B. Taylor, Sanderson. 
District No. 2 — Elton McClellan, Olustee. 
District No. 3 — H. F. Powers, Macclenny. 
District No. 4 — Warren W. Taylor, Sanderson. 
District No. 5 — Charney Thomas, Glen St. Mary. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. J. Davis, Macclenny. 
District No. 2 — W. S. Crews, Sanderson. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Violet Dobson, Olustee. 

BAY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. P. Worthington, Panama City. 

District No. 2 — Dee Williams, Panama City, 

District No. 3 — A. L. Barber, Lynn Haven. 

District No. 4 — C. N. Muterspaugh, Youngstown. 

District No. 5 — Bruce Vickers, West Bay. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Herbert P. Sapp, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — D. Mowart, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 3 — Roy Ray, West Bay. 



390 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

BRADFORD 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— P. D. Reddish, Starke. 
District No. 2 — L. L. Conner, Starke. 
District No. 3 — J. L. Wynn, Starke. 
District No. 4 — T. C. Chastain, Hampton. 
District No. 5 — M. O. Harrell, Brooker. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. S. (Buddy) Norman, Lawtey. 
District No. 2 — S. E. Sparks, Starke. 
District No. 3 — O. C. Kelley, Brooker. 

BREVARD 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ward C. Klingensmith, Titusville. 
District No. 2 — A. Fortenberry, Merritt Island. 
District No. 3 — Max K. 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. Nash, Titusville. 
District No. 2 — L. R. Highflll, Cocoa. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Creel, Eau Gallie. 

BROWARD 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. B. Wiles, Jr., Deerfield Beach. 

District No. 2 — S. C. Fox, Pompano. 

District No. 3 — Luther S. Remsberg, 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 — I. G. Shuman, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 3 — L. D. Neal, Hallandale. 

CALHOUN 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wilson M. Bailey, Blountstown. 
District No. 2— George Waldorf, Altha. 
District No. 3— C. W. Shelton, Altha, Route 2. 
District No. 4 — Emmett Reeder, Clarksville. 
District No. 5 — W. D. Shiver, Kinard. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 391 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Claud R. Weston, Altha. 
District No. 2 — J. W. Jones, Blountstown. 
District No. 3 — W. M. Shiver, Altha. 

CHARLOTTE 

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. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. E. Guthrie, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 2 — C. O. Slaughter, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 3 — T. I. Kennedy, Punta Gorda. 

CITRUS 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — James J. Strickland, Crystal River. 
District No. 2 — King Smith, Homasassa. 
District No. 3 — F. E. Marlow. Holder. 
District No. 4 — James E. Rooks, Inverness. 
District No. 5 — W. A. Bellamy, Hernando. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. W. Bellah, Hernando. 
District No. 2 — Brown Dumas, Crystal River. 
District No. 3 — P. B. Rooks, Homosassa. 

CLAY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. G. Dyson, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — L. L. Murray, Doctor's Inlet. 

District No. 3 — S. D. Saunders, Middleburg. 

District No. 4 — D. E. Pangborn, Keystone Heights. 

District No. 5 — Roy Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — George A. Knight, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — W. Earnest Chen-y, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — M. M. Sargent, Keystone Heights. 



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COLLIER 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. M. Davidson, Everglades. 
District No. 2 — D. Graham Copeland, Everglades. 
District No. 3 — R. A. Griffis, Marco. 
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 — Mrs. Tommie C. Barfield, Collier City. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Geraldine C. Smith, Naples. 

COLUMBIA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Elbert L. Davis, Lake City, Route 1. 
District No. 2 — Mack Hunter, Lake City, Route 4. 
District No. 3 — J. B. Sparkman, Fort White. 
District No. 4 — Scott Gillen, Lulu. 
District No. 5 — Wilbur Douberley, Lake City. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — D. N. Murray, Lake City, Route 1. 
District No. 2 — D. P. Feagle, Lake City. 
District No. 3 — L. C. Owens, Lake City. 

DADE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Charles H. Crandon, Miami. 
Distirct No. 2 — Hugh Peters, Miami. 
District No. 3 — N. P. Lowrey, Miami. 
District No. 4 — J. Lamar Paxson, Miami. 
District No. 5 — Preston B. Bird, Homestead. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Van E. Blanton, Miami, Route 3. 
District No. 2 — Russell F. Hand, Miami. 
District No. 3 — Charles G. Turner, Homestead. 
District No. 4 — R. P. Terry, Miami. 
District No. 5 — Milton Weiss, Miami Beach. 

DE SOTO 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana J. Jones, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — Harry D. Sloat, Arcadia. 



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District No. 3 — H. C. Avant, Arcadia. 
District No. 4 — S. N. Smith, Nocatee. 
District No. 5 — Thos. E. Pavey, Fort Ogden. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Dr. E. J. Yelvington, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — Glenn R. Ebersole, Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — Barney McClain, Nocatee. 

DIXIE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Rufus Hatch, Old Town. 
District No. 2 — J. H. Anderson, Old Town. 
District No. 3 — Homer Pinner, Cross City. 
District No. 4 — Guy Thompson, Cross City. 
District No. 5 — Lester Valentine, Cross City. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — B. A. Higginbotham, Old Town. 
District No. 2 — B. S. Preston, Cross City. 
District No. 3 — J. B. Harris, Shamrock, 

DUVAL 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Tom Marshall, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — Ray Greene, Jacksonville, 
District No. 3 — Joe P. Hammond, Jacksonville, 
District No. 4 — R. D. (Bob) Gordon, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — W. Howard Belote, Jackscnville. 

COUNTY BOARl) OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Ted DeWitt, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — James T. Etheredge, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — J. E. (Jim) Ross, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Fred B. Noble, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Brown Whatley, Jacksonville, 



ESCAMBIA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Prank L. Parise, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — James M. Cooper, Pensacola. 
District No, 3 — Clint Reilly, Pensacola. 
District No. 4 — Earl Westmark, Pensacola. 
District No, 5 — T. C, McCoy, Bluff Springs. 



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COTTNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — M. B. Holmes, Pensaccla. 

District No. 2 — Oliver J. Semmes, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — Albert C. Wiggins, Atmore, Ala., Route 1. 

FLAGLER 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. C. Rod?ers, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — George Moody, Flagler Beach. 
District No. 3 — K. K. Knight, Bunnell. 
District No. 4 — R. T. Hamilton, Bunnell. 
District No. 5 — Lewis Wadsworth, Bunnell. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Claude S. Deen, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — George Kendall, Bunnell. 
District No. 3 — F. L. Malphurs, Bunnell. 

FRANKLIN 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — E. C. Chason, Eastpoint. 
District No. 2 — V. G. Sangaree, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3 — J. G. Bruce, Apalachicola. 
District No. 4 — Wm. F. Randolph, Apalachicola. 
Distirct No. 5 — H. L. Cook, Carrabelle. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. J. Brass, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — Wm. Robinson, Carrabelle. 
District No. 3 — A. C. Smith, Eastpoint. 

GADSDEN 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. P. Wocdberry, Havana. 
District No. 2 — John S. Curry, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — O. E. McKeown, Quincy. 
District No. 4 — Edward H. Fletcher, Greensboro. 
District No. 5 — E. E. Bass, Quincy. 



COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. N. Darsey, Concord. 
District No. 2 — Geo. W. Monroe, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — O. W. Gardner, Greensboro. 



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GILCHRIST 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. O. Coleman, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — M. F. Rucker, Trenton. 
District No. 3 — C. A. Jones, Bell. 
District No. 4— W. D. Kelly, Bell. 
District No. 5 — Gruver Langford, Trenton. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. C. Rogers, Trenton. 
District No. 2— J. B. NeSmith, Trenton. 
District No. 3 — J. W. F. Jones, Bell. 

GLADES 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. E. Frierson, Moore Haven. 
District No. 2 — Thos. W. Coker, Moore Haven. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Adkins, Moore Haven. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Whidden, Palmdale. 
District No. 5 — A. A. Beck, Lakeport. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Elizabeth S. Ewing, Moore Haven. 

District No. 2 — C. C. Curry, LaBelle. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Luvenia Gorman, Lakeport. 

GULP 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. R. Connell, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 2 — J. S. Daniel, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 3— Roy B. Whitfield, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 4— Jesse Gaskin, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 5 — W. C. Roche, Port St. Joe. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Thos. Meriwether, Wewathitchka. 
District No. 2— Carter Ward, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 3 — Jesse M. Smith, Port St. Joe. 

HAMILTON 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. V. McCall, Jennings. 
District No. 2 — M. A. Tyre, Jennings. 
District No. 3 — Maurice Bennett, Jasper. 
District No. 4— C. C. Bullard, White Springs. 
District No. 5 — Geo. D. Perry, Jasper. 



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COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Bryant Deas, Jennings. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Mitchell, Jasper. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. Lillian S. Saunders, White Springs. 

HARDEE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. M. Altman, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Reuben Moore, Wauchula. 
District No. 3 — Joe Mosley, Limestone. 
District No, 4 — W. T. Whitcomb, Zolfo Springs. 
District No. 5 — I. V. Moore, Wauchula. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. A. Best, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Fred Whidden, Wauchula. 
District No. 3 — Olen C. English, Limestone. 

HENDRY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. E, Etherton, Clewiston. 
District No. 2 — H. O. Davidson, LaBelle. 
District No. 3 — George L. Poole, Labelle. 
District No. 4 — A. J. Evers, Denaud. 
District No. 5 — Jim Maddox, Felda. • 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— M. O. Allen, Felda. 
JDistrict No. 2 — Dillon Hall, LaBelle. 
District No. 3 — E. M. Cornett, Clewiston. 

HERNANDO 
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. 4 — Walter C. Hope, Brooksville. 
District No. 5— R. M. Harville, Trilby. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Rogers, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — Henry G. Thompson, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — J. P. Kimbrough, Brooksville. 



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HIGHLANDS 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. H. Hood, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — George E. Sebring, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — Sol McClelland, Lorida. 
District No. 4 — L. E. Crews, Lake Placid. 
District No. 5 — N. B. Jackson, Venus. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Paul Garber, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — J. V. Conway. Sebring. 
District No. 3 — T. A. Cason, Lorida. 

HILLSBOROUGH 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Nick Nuccio, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Fred W. Ball, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — Curtis Hixon, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — Earl W. Simmons, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — T. L. Hackney, Jr., Gibsonton. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Al ChiarmcTite, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Ed J. Keefe, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — C. Leon King, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — J. S. Robinson, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — D. M. Dowdell, Wimauma. 

HOLMES 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. D. Kemp, Pance De Leon. 
District No. 2 — Vandy Powell, Westville. 
District No. 3 — Oscar Vaughan, Geneva, Ala. 
District No. 4 — Talph Monk, Bonifay. 
District No. 5 — J. P. Bush, Bonifay. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. S. Worley, Westville. 
District No. 2 — D. H. Owens, Bonifay. 
District No. 3 — G. W. Curry, Caryville. 

II'IDIAN RIVER 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank C. Vickers, Sebastian. 
District No. 2 — G. E. Barkoskie, Fellsmere. 



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District No. 3 — S. E. Glover, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Graves, Jr., Vero Beach. 
District No. 5 — Albert O. Helseth, Vero Beach. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clayton T. Browne, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2 — Reed H. Hutchison, Vero Beach. 
District No. 3 — Oscar L. DuBose, Vero Beach. 

JACKSON 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. K. Powell, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — Curtis Jackson, Marianna. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Grant, Marianna. 
District No. 4 — G. E. Lawrence, Grand Ridge. 
District No. 5 — John B. Garrett, Malone. 

COUNTY BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Cooper, Jr., Graceville. 
District No. 2 — F. M. Gholson, Marianna. 
District No. 3 — H. D. Hagler, Campbellton. 

JEFFERSON 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. J. Reams, Lamont. 
District No. 2 — John H. Shuman, Monticello. 
District No. 3 — E. S. Wright, Monticello. 
District No. 4 — Fred Stokley, Drifton. 
District No. 5 — E. Grantham, Monticello. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — L. G. Morris, Monticello. 
District No. 2 — James B. Thomas, Aucilla. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Floyd, Lamont. 

LAFAYETTE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. L. Dyal, Mayo, Route 1. 
District No. 2 — Delmar E.'Webb, Mayo, Route 1. 
District No. 3— G. W. Hicks, Mayo, Route 2, 
District No. 4 — Walter E. Buchanan, Branford, Route 1. 
District No. 5 — Frank Russell, Mayo, Star Route. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. d. Lyons, Mayo. 
District No. 2 — R. L. Osteen, Mayo. 
District No. 3 — H. E. Hart, Mayo. 



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LAKE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Geo. L. Singletary, Leesburg. 
District No. 2 — Manuel Sloan, Mascott. 
District No. 3 — H. K. Stokes, Clermont. 
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. 

LEE 

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, Tlce. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — David M. Bull, Alva. 

District No. 2 — William W. Stewart, Ft. Myers. 

District No. 3 — Earl Hord, St. James City. 

LEON 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dixon V. Herring, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — Hunter M. Bannerman, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — T. D. McCracken, Tallahassefe. 
District No. 4 — R. F. Bradford, Tallahassee. 
District No. 5 — V. G. Phillips, Tallahassee. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — L. A. Wesson, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — G. C. Herndon, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — W. A. Register, Tallahassee. 

LEVY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carl Wellman, Bronson. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Hogan, Bronson. 
District No. 3 — W. S. Yearty, Otter Creek. 
District No. 4 — B. B. Rowland, Cedar Keys. 
District No. 5 — J. G. Newsom, Williston. 



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COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Watson, Ti'enton. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Dorsett, Sumner. 
District No. 3 — M. D. Clancy, Bronson. 

LIBERTY 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — F. C. Phillips, Rock Bluff. 

District No. 2 — J. M. Revell, Bristol. 

District No. 3 — E. L. Fenn, Orange. 

District No. 4 — Troy Sanders, Hosford. 

District No. 5 — A. M. Shuler, Telogia. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — S. R. Shuler, Hosford. 
District No. 2 — John A. Shuler, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Nathan Chester, Telogia. 

MADISON 

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 — W. Drew Webb, Lee. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Archie B. Lanier, Madison. 
District No. 2 — S. E. Whitty, Madison. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Reams, Greenville. 

MANATEE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. Alden Gillett, Parrish. 
District No. 2 — J. Pope Harllee, Palmetto. 
District No. 3 — John T. Knight, Bradenton. 
District No. 4 — Perry R. Curry, Manatee. 
District No. 5 — J. E. McLeod, Myakka City. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. H. Prine, Terra Ceia. 
District No. 2 — A. K. Hawkins, Bradenton. 
District No. 3 — Mark E. Wyatt, Oneco. 



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MARION 
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. Bruce Meffert, Ocala. 
District No. 2 — Charles E. Hood, Dunnellon. 
District No. 3 — R. W. Oxner, Oklawaha. 
District No. 4 — W. Clarence White, Oklawaha. 
District No. 5 — W. A. Smart, Reddick. 

COUNTY BOARD" OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Colin Lindsay, Ocala. 
District No. 2— C. R. Veal, Ocala. 
District No. 3 — L. H. Marsh, Eureka. 

MARTIN 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. W. Shipes, Jensen. 
District No. 2 — O. D. Quinlivan, Stuart. 
District No. 3 — A. E. Sims, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — R. L. Wall, Palm City. 
District No. 5 — D. W. Rowell, Indiantown. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. S. Michelson, Jensen. 
District No. 2 — Julian David Parker, Stuart. 
District No. 3 — O. D. Hattaway, Indiantown. 

MONROE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edurado C. Gomez, Key West. 
District No. 2 — J. Frank Roberts, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Carl Bervaldi, Key West. 
District No. 4 — William T. Doughtry, Jr., Key West. 
District No. 5 — Harry L. Harris, Tavernier. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Jennie C. Pierce, Key West. 
District No. 2— Allan B. Cleare, Key West. 
District No. 3 — J. Carlyle Roberts, Key West. 

NASSAU 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. T. Ferreira, Pernandina. 
District No. 2 — John B. Haddock, Pernandina. 
District No. 3 — John H. Goodbread, Yulee. 
District No. 4 — A. J. Higginbotham, Pernandina. 
District No. 5 — ^Pasco Jones, Callahan. 



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COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No, 1— O. R. Sanders, Fernandina. 
District No. 2— G. E. Hodge, Hilliard. 
District No. 3 — Lloyd W. Herrin, Fernandina. 

OKALOOSA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Lance C. Fountain, Laurel Hill. 
DiLitrict No. 2 — D. E. Madden, Baker. 
District No. 3 — John W. Kennedy, Crestview. 
District No. 4 — Lunnie Barnes, Baker. 
District No. 5 — Walter Spence, Niceville. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Willie J. Craig, Milligan. 
District No. 2 — A. J. Martin, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3 — O. M. Earley, Ft. Walton. 

OKEECHOBEE 
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. C. Swain, Ft. Drum. 
District No. 2 — C. F. Walker, Bassenger. 
District No. 3 — Ernest Hilliard, Okeechobee. 
District No. 4 — C. E. Drawdy, Okeechobee. 
District No. 5 — R. E. Bass, Okeechobee. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. H. Harden, Okeechobee. 
District No. 2 — W. D. Coker, Okeechobee. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Thomas, Bassenger. 

ORANGE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. Rolfe Davis, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Gillen McClure, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — V. E. Bourland, Winter Garden. 
District No. 4 — J. W. Pace, Orlando, Route 1. 
District No. 5 — E. D. Cook, Winter Park. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Frances L. Blanker, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Julian E. Sadler, Oakland. 
District No. 3 — Ira J. Johnston, Winter Park. 



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OSCEOLA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. M. Overtsreet, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2 — LeRoy Bass, Kissimmee. 

District No. 3 — W. J. (Bill) Thurber, Kissimmee. 

District No. 4 — Hardy Simmons, St. Cloud. 

District No. 5 — Mack Weaver, Kenansville. 

COUNTY BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. R. May, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — Y. M. Yates, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 

PALM BEACH 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. A. Poston, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 2 — Lake Lytal, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 3 — John Prince, Lake Worth. 

District No. 4 — C. Y. Byrd, Delray Beach. 

District No. 5 — ^Doyle Crocker, Pahokee. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Carmen Salvatore, Pahokee. 
District No. 2— Carl Widell, Palm Beach. 
District No. 3 — J. C. Engram, Lake Worth. 

PASCO 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. S. Bishop, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — J. J. Gaskins, Zephyrhills. 

District No. 3— W. C. Law, Lut/,. 

District No. 4 — A. H. Schrader, San Antonio. 

District No. 5— W. J. Baillie, Nev/ Port Richey. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Jas. F. Croley, Dade City. 
District No. 2 — D. A. Storms, Zephyrhillj. 
District No. 3 — R. D. Stevenson, Elfers. 

PINELLAS 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. Orville Harris, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — W. H. Belcher, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 3 — John Chestnut, Clearwater. 



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District No. 4 — Frank G. Merrin, Dunedin, 
District No. 5 — E. H. Beckett, Tarpon Springs. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. B. Dowling, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Chas. H. Teeter, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — E. Pasco Morris, Tarpon Springs. 

POLK 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy P. Gladney, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Chas. G. Adler, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3 — M. M. Ebert, Lake Wales. 
District No. 4 — James W. Foley, Lake Wales. 
District No. 5 — Alonzo Logan, Lakeland. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 
District No. 2 — Hugh M. Wear, Bartow-. 
District No. 3 — Fred G. Garner, Winter Haven. 
District No. 4 — Ed L. Padgett, Lakeland. 
District No. 5 — R. C. (Bob) Edmiston, Lakeland. 

PUTNAM 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Alfred Young, Lake Como. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Ginn, Palatka. 
District No. 3— Woodrow W. Tilton, Palatka. 
District No. 4 — A. E. Burney, Palatka. 
District No. 5 — L. P. Strickland, Interlachen. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. J. (Bill) Baker, Satsuma. 
District No. 2 — Wendell Holmes, Beasley, Palatka. 
District No. 3 — Lawrence L. Ridought, Johnson. 



ST. JOHNS 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herbert W. Wilson, Sampson. 
District No. 2 — Harry B. Hersey, St. Augustine. 
District No. 3 — H. H. Bailey, Hastings. 
District No. 4 — G. R. Wiles, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — H. K. Jackson, St. Augustine. 



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COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. B. Hunt, St. Augustine. 
District No. 2 — Evelyn Hamblen, St. Augustine. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Beach, St. Augustine. 

ST. LUCIE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jimmie Barry, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2 — E. L. Taylor, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 3 — J. R. Merritt, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 4 — Lane H. Jennings, Walton. 
District No. 5 — Dewey Wilcox. Ft. Pierce. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Vassar, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2 — B. Arnold, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 3 — F. H. Conrad, Ft. Pierce. 

SANTA ROSA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. M. Gibson, Bagdad. 
District No. 2 — Otis L. Barnes, Milton. 
District No. 3 — E. M. Fowler, Jay. 
District No. 4 — Hubert Adams, Milton. 
District No. 5 — B. M. Helms, Milton. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— R. D. Hobbs, Bagdad. 
District No. 2— W. J. McCurdy, Jay. 
District No. 3— Robert Griffin, Holt. 

SARASOTA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Otis L. Howell, Fruitville. 

District No. 2 — W. S. Harris, Bee Ridge. 

District No. 3 — J. L. McCallister, Venice. 

District No. 4 — P. E. Buchan, Englewood. 

District No. 5 — Oliver Alderman, Miakka. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1. — D. C. Kickliter, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — C. Woodburn Matheny, Sarasota. 
District No. 3 — George R. Mitchell, Venice. 



406 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

SEMINOLE 
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — O. J. Pope, Sanford. 

District No. 2 — F. A. Dyson, Sanford. 

District No. 3 — B. J. Overstreet, Sr., Longwood. 

District No. 4 — J. E. Partin, Oviedo. 

District No. 5 — W. G. Kilbee, Geneva. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Fred T. Williams, Sanford. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Bistline, Longwood. 
District No. 3 — L. E. Jordan, Oviedo. 

SUMTER 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Geo. C. Perry, Oxford. 
District No. 2 — W. C. Wicker, Coleman. 
District No. 3 — J. A. Traylor, Sumterville. 
District No. 4 — C. M. Winton, Bushnell. 
District No. 5—1. C. Hall, Webster. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. D. Bridges, Wildwood. 
District No. 2 — Chas. Sell, Bushnell. 
District No. 3 — Francis A. Hayes, Webster. 

SUWANNEE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — T. T. Law, Live Oak. 

District No. 2— C. B. Warner, Live Oak. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Fortner, Live Oak. 

District No. 4 — L. A. Sessions, Wellborn. 

District No. 5 — Guilford McCall, O'Brien. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. H. Williams, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — M. E. Barber, O'Brien. 
District No. 3 — E. S. Palmer, Dowling Park. 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. B. Faircloth, Perry. 
District No. 2 — W. H. Bennett, Perry. 
District No. 3 — H. W. Hogan, Perry. 
District No. 4 — J. H. Andrews, Perry. 
District No. 5 — M. A. Woods, Perry. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 407 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. P. Dorsett, Perry. 
District No. 2 — W. M. Hightower, Carbur. 
District No. 3 — W. M. (Bill) Roberts, Perry. 

UNION 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler. 

District No. 2 — Orin Reddish, Raiford. 

District No. 3 — C. D. Newbern, Worthington. 

District No. 4 — E. D. Summers, Lulu. 

District No. 5 — L. M. Crews, Lake Butler. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. J. Dukes, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — P. K. Knabb, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — W. L. Brown, Worthington. 

VOLUSIA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ben Thursby, Orange City. 
District No. 2 — Peter Gessner, DeLand. 
District No. 3 — John H. Graham, Seville. 
District No. 4 — Elmer H. Blank, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5 — G. C. Beck, New Smyrna. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Chas. T. Moreland, DeLand. 

District No. 2 — Mrs. Mildred White Wells, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 3 — C, Winston Smith, New Smyrna. 

WAKULLA 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— E. W. Roberts, St. Marks. 

District No. 2 — S. L. Moore, Crawfordville. 

District No. 3 — S. W. Harvey, Arran. 

District No. 4 — Taylor- Whaley, Arran. 

District No. 5 — V. L. Roberts, Sopchoppy. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. T. Lynn, St. Marks. 
District No. 2 — John E. Gray, Crawfordville. 
District No. 3- — Clinton Cox, Sopchoppy. 



408 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

WALTON 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. M. Bishop, Argyle. 
District No. 2 — L. E. Gill, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 3 — G. L. Lindsay, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 4 — M. M. Adkinson, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — Hiltz Crook, Freeport. 

COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. J. Laird, Darlington. 

District No. 2 — A. D. Cason, Sr., DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 3 — Ruell Johnson, Freeport. 

WASHINGTON 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. E. Worthington, Vernon. 
District No. 2 — Grady B. Baxley, Chipley. 
District No. 3 — D. J. Cook, Vernon. 
District No. 4 — H. Fussell, Chipley. 
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 — Elam E. Kolmetz, Caryville. 



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TABULATION OF OFFICIAL VOTES— FLORIDA 
PRIMARY ELECTIONS— MAY 5, 1942 

NOMINATIONS WITHOUT OPPOSITION 

DEMOCRATIC 

Pursuant to the provisions of Section 102.34, Florida Statutes of 19il 
the following named candidates were nominated without opposition: 

For Representative in Congress, First Congressional District, J. Hardin 
Peteeson. 

For Justice of the Supreme Court, Group No. 1, Glenn Terrell. 

For Justice of the Supreme Court, Group No. 2, Alto Adams. 

For Circuit Judge, Duval County Circuit, Miles W. Lewis. 

For State Attorney, Fifth Judicial Circuit, J. W. Hunter. 

For State Attorney, Sixth Judicial Circuit, Chester B. McMullen. 

For State Attorney, Eighth Judicial Circuit, T. E. Duncan. 

For State Attorney, Ninth Judicial Circuit, Murray W. Overstreet. 

For State Attorney, Twelfth Judicial Circuit, Clyde H, Wilson. 

For State Attorney, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Phil O'Connell. 

For State Senator, Thirty-second Senatorial District, W. A. Shands. 

For State Senator, Thirty-third Senatorial District, N. Ray Carroll. 

REPUBLICAN 

For Representative in Congress, Fourth Congressional District, Bert Leigh 
Acker. 

For Representative in Congress, Fifth Congressional District, Emory Aker- 

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TABULATION BY COUNTIES OF OFFICIAL VOTE 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION 

MAY 5, 1942 

Compiled by R. A Gray, Secretary of State, from Cfficia! Canvass, 
State Canvassing Board 



STATE ATTORNEYS 
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



Counties 


ORION c. 
PARKER, JR. 


WELDON G. 
STARRY 


Franklin 


847 
1,370 

670 
1,628 

531 

715 


301 


Gadsden 


837 


Jefferson 


398 


Leon 


1,147 


Liberty 


406 


Wakulla 


642 






Totals 


5,761 


3.731 






Grand Totals 




9.492 









TENTH 


JUDICIAL 


CIRCUIT 




Counties 


L. GRADY 
BURTON 


MANUEL M. 
GLOVER 


Hardee 


1,773 
1,320 
6,309 


1,053 


Highlands 


607 


Polk 


4,450 










Totals 


9,402 


6,110 










Grand Totals 




15,512 









ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 



Counties 


THOMAS S. 

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STANLEY 
MILLEDGE 


G. A. 

WORLEY 


Dade 


6,693 

238 


22,615 
602 


16,069 


Monroe 


1,428 






Totals 


6,931 


23,217 


17,497 






Grand Totals 






47,645 











OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



421 



TABULATION BY COUNTIES OF OFFICIAL VOTES 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION 

MAY 5, 1942 

Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Canvass, 
State Canvassing Board 



STATE ATTORNEYS— Continued 
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 



Counties 


J. REX 
FARRIOR 


C. J. 
HARDEE 


Hillsborough 


12,551 


8,229 






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12,551 


8,229 


Grand Totals 




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ADAMS 


L. D. 

MCRAE 


Bay 


1,693 
1,039 

787 
1.448 
2,390 
1,409 


2 021 


Calhoun 


778 


Gulf 


555 


Holmes 


2,151 


Jackson 


2,695 


Washington . . . . . 


1,518 










Totals 


8,766 


9,718 




Totals 






Grand 




18,484 













STATE SENATORS 
TWELFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT 



Counties 


w. p. 

CHAVOUS 


K. GRINER 


LYMAN 
HENDRY 


Dixie 


763 
547 
576 


717 

488 
598 


180 


Lafayette 


509 


Taylor 


1,023 


Totals 


1,886 


1,803 


1,712 






Grand Totals 






5,401 











422 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



TABULATION BY COUNTIES OF OFFICIAL VOTES 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION 

MAY 5, 1942 

Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Canvass, 
State Canvassing Board 



STATE SENATORS— Continued 
TWENTY-FOURTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT 



Counties 


J. A. 
FRANKLIN 


BOB 
KING 


Collier 


600 

548 

1,707 

913 


288 


Hendry 


532 


Lee . . . 


1,399 


Monroe 


993 






Totals 


3,768 


3,212 


Grand Totals 




6,980 









THIRTY-SIXTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT 




Counties 


HARRISON E. 
BARRINGER 


SIBLEY L. 
WHITE 


Charlotte 


517 

1,558 
2,164 


259 


Manatee 


2,126 


Sarasota 


1,055 






Totals 


4,239 


3,440 


Grand Totals 




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THIRTY-EIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT 


Counties 


W. H. 
BREWTON 


JOHN S. 
BURKS 


Pasco 


1,965 

1,382 


1,481. 


Sumter 


640 




Totals 






3.347 


2,121 




Grand Totals 








5,468 











OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



423 



TABULATION BY COUNTIES OF OFFICIAL VOTES 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION 

MAY 26, 1942 

(Second Primary) 

Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary oi State, from Official Canvass, 
State Canvassing Board 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
SECOND DISTRICT 



Counties 



J. G. (jim) 

CAREY 



EMORY H. 
PRICE 



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Dixie 

Duval. . . . 
Gilchrist. . 
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Lafayette . 

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Nassau . . . 
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Taylor . . . 
Union .... 



Totals 

Grand Totals , 



1,993 
1,077 

530 

851 
1,317 

924 
8,865 

235 
1,033 

957 
1,186 

730 

424 
1,462 
1,498 

493 



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1,587 
701 
819 
692 

1,238 
677 
13,423 
254 
634 
402 
953 
415 
359 
931 
470 
588 



24,143 



47,718 



FOR STATE ATTORNEY 
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 



Counties 


STANLEY 
MILLEDGE 


G. A. 
WORLEY 


Dade 


25,144 
765 


16 198 


Monroe 


1 945 






Totals 


25,909 


18 143 






Grand Totals 




44 052 









424 



REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 



TABULATION BY COUNTIES OF OFFICIAL VOTES 

FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION 

MAY 26, 1942 

(Second Primary) 

Compiled by R. A. Gray, Secretary of State, from Official Canvass, 
State Canvassing Board 



FOR STATE SENATOR 

TWELFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT 



Counties 


w. p. 

CHAVOUS 


K. GRINER 


Dixie 


820 

680 

1,040 


881 


I-afayette 


720 


Taylor 


1,074 






Totals 


2,540 


2,675 






Grand Totals 




5,215 









426 



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SCATTERING VOTES 

In addition to the votes tabulated above, the following received the num- 
ber of votes opposite their names for the offices indicated: For Representa- 
tive in Congress, State at Large — Emory Ackerman (2), Ernest Overstreet, 
(1), Stephen Calder ({). Thoma.-^ Swanson (1), Art Enos (1), Peter O. 
Knight (1), Geo. Simpson (1), Mark Wilcox (1), Bob King (3), Gus 
Smith (1), Bert S. Archer (1), P. H. McNulty (1), W. J Nixon (1), Kyle 
King (1), Arthur Thompson (4), George Smith (1), Arthur Lord (1), 
G. C. Spades (2), R. Larsen (1), R. F. Chesser (1), Leslie George (1), 
Marcus Moses (1), J. M. Mace (1); total 30. For Representative in Con- 
gress, First District — Bert Lee Acker (1), Moe Katz (1), R. E. Brown (1), 
B. L. Houser (1), B. L. Hamner (1), Glenn Miller (4), Harry Major (1), 
Arthur Lord (1), J. M. McDonald (2), Geo. W. Hopkins (1), Ralph 
Blatchey (1); total 14. For Representative in Congress, Second District 
— Emory Ackerman (1), Wilford W. Russell (1), W. R. Rice (1), Jim 
Carey (1), W. L. Wheeler (1); total 5. For Representative in Congress, 
Fifth District — Emory Collins (1), Jesse Edwards (1); total 2. For Jus- 
tice of the Supreme Court — Merle Rudy (6), M. B. Skelton (1), C. A. 
Baunum (1), LuM Howell (1), Robert E. Lee (1), George Washing- 
ton (1), Thomas Jefferson (1), Kenneth Kerr (1), Harry Hewitt (1), 
Louise Butler (1); total 15. For Railroad Commissioner — Young Hall (1), 
J. C. Shelton (1), W. D. Backoffen (1), Fred F. Campbell (1), George 
Hargett (1), Maurice Thayer (1), Harold Booth (1), Merle Rudy (1), 
Mike Garish (1), Roy Adams (1), W. R. Rice (1), Wilfred Russell (1), 
W. M. McGiLL (1); total 13. For State Senator, Twelfth Senatorial Dis- 
trict — Jim Gunter (1), Ben McCracken (1); total 3. Twenty-Third Sena- 
torial District— T. G. Futch (1). 



Index 



A 

Accountancy, State Board 37-38 

Adjutant General 22 

Aircraft Inspector 34 

Archeologist, State 62-63 

Architects, List of 70-75 

Architecture, State Board 38 

Assistant State Attorneys 88-90 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., Special Officers 66-67 

Atlantic, Gulf and Mississippi Canal 23 

Auditors, State and Assistants 62 

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Barber Sanitary Commission 38 

Basic Sciences, Board of Examiners 65 

Beauty Culture Board 38-39 

Benjamin, Judah P., Memorial Commission 37 

Beverage Department, Director 26 

Blind, State Council for 61 

Board of Commissioners of State Institutions 20 

Board of Control 39-40 

BOARDS— 

Accountancy, State 37-38 

Administration 21 

Architecture, State 38 

Barber 38 

Basic Sciences Examiners 65 

Beauty Culture 38-39 

Budget Commission 21 

Canvassing, State 20 

Centennial Commission 33-34 

Chiropody 39 

Chiropractic 39 

Commissioners of State Institutions 20 

Control 39-40 

Dental Examiners, State 40-41 

Dry Cleaning and Laundry 29-30 

Education 21 

Engineers Examiners 41-42 

Finance 20 

Forestry 30 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers 33 

Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission 42-43 

Health, State Board 43 

Industrial Commission 31-32 

Internal Improvement Fund 20 

Law Examiners 43-44 

Library, State 44 

Live Stock Sanitary Board 44-45 

Medical Examiners 45-46 

Members Board of Commissioners Police Officers 

and Annuity Fund 65 

433 



434 INDEX 

Milk Control 32 

National Board of Review 61 

Naturopathic Examiners 46 

Nurses Examiners 46-47 

Optometry Examiners 48 

Osteopathic Medical Examiners 48 

Pardon 20 

Pensions 21 

Pharmacy, State Board 49 

Photographic Examiners 65-66 

Planning, State Members 49 

Tuberculosis, State Board 69 

Veterinary Examiners 60 

Welfare, State Board 60-61 

Broward, Napoleon B. Drainage District 69 

Budget Commission 21 

C 

Cabinet 6 

Caloosahatchee Improvement District 24 

Canvassing Board 20 

Centennial Commission 33-34 

Chairmen Boards of County Commissioners 410-411 

Chairmen County Boards of Public Instruction 412-413 

Charter Tax 12 

Chemist, State and Assistants 63 

Chiropody, State Board Examiners 39 

Chiropractic, State Board Examiners 39 

Circuit Court Calendar 99-107 

Circuit Judges 85-87 

Civil Courts of Record 113 

Civil Courts of Record, Clerks 93 

Civil Courts of Record, Judges 94 

Clerks Civil Courts of Record 93 

Clerks Criminal Courts of Record 91-92 

Commission, Members Special Building for Erection and 

Furnishing Supreme Court Building 66 

Commission Tax 12 

Commissioners of Deeds for Florida 114 

Commissioners Everglades Drainage District 23 

Commissioners Halifax Hospital District 24 

Commissioners Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District 23-24 

Commissioners Police Officers Insurance and 

Annuity Fund, Members of Board 65 

Commissioners of Uniformity of Legislation 26 

Congressional Districts 13-15 

Congressmen, United States 22 

Conservation, Supervisor of 69 

Corporation Tax 12 

Council for the Blind, State 61 

Counties of State 18-19 

County Courts 109-112 

COUNTY OFFICERS— 

Alachua 115-389 

Baker 116-389 

Bay 116-389 

Bradford ...118-390 



INDEX 435 

Brevard 118-390 

Broward 120-390 

Calhoun 121-390 

Charlotte 122-391 

Citrus 123-391 

Clay 124-391 

Collier 125-392 

Columbia 126-392 

Dade 127-392 

DeSoto 130-392 

Dixie 131-393 

Duval 132-393 

Escambia 135-393 

Flagler 137-394 

Franklin 138-394 

Gadsden 139-394 

Gilchrist 139-395 

Glades 140-395 

Gulf 141-395 

Hamilton 142-395 

Hardee 143-396 

Hendry 144-396 

Hernando 145-396 

Highlands 145-397 

Hillsborough 146-397 

Holmes 150-397 

Indian River 150-397 

Jackson 152-398 

Jefferson 152-398 

Lafayette 153-398 

Lake 154-399 

Lee 155-399 

Leon 156-399 

Levy 157-399 

Liberty 158-400 

Madison 159-400 

Manatee 159-400 

Marion 161-401 

Martin 162-401 

Monroe 163-401 

Nassau 165-401 

Okaloosa 167-402 

Okeechobee 167-402 

Orange 168-402 

Osceola 170-403 

Palm Beach 171-403 

Pasco 173-403 

Pinellas 174-403 

Polk 176-404 

Putnam 178-404 

St. Johns 179-404 

St. Lucie 180-405 

Santa Rosa 181-405 

Sarasota 182-405 

Seminole 183-406 

Sumter 184-406 

Suwannee 185-406 

Taylor 185-406 

Union 186-407 



436 INDEX 

Volusia 187-407 

Wakulla 189-407 

Walton 190-408 

Washington 191-403 

Court of Crimes 96 

Court of Crimes 113 

Court Reporters 90-91 

Criminal Courts of Record 107-109 

Crippled Children's Commission 29 

D 

Dade Memorial Park Commission, Members 40 

Death Warrants 383 

Defense Council, State Members 41 

Dental Examiners, State Board 40-41 

Director Beverage Department 26 

Dry Cleaning and Laundry Board 29-30 

Education, State Board of 21 

Engineering Examiners, State Board 41-42 

Escambia C-unty Court of Record 92 

Everglades Drainage District Commissioners 23 

Everglades Drainage District, Members 

Board of Commissioners 26-27 

Everglades Fire Control Board 24-25 

Everglades National Park Commission 26 

P 

Federal Courts in Florida (Judges, etc.) 80-84 

Finance Board 20 

Florida Agricultural and Industrial Relief Commission 27 

Florida Citrus Commission 27-28 

Florida East Cnast Railway Co., Special Officers 67-63 

Florida Industrial Commission 31-32 

Forestry. Board of 30 

Foster, Stephen, Memorial Commission 64-65 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers Board 33 

G 

G. S. and F. Railway Co., Special Officers 68 

Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission 42-43 

General Election Tabulation 1942 426-432 

Governors of Florida 5 

Grapefruit Canners Advisory Commission 28-29 

H 

Halifax Hospital District Commissioners 24 

Health Officer, State 63 

Hotel Commission 29 

I 

Industrial Commission 31-32 

Inspector Aircraft 34 

Inspectors, Bureau of Inspections, Department of Agriculture. 34-36 

Inspectors of Naval Stores, State at Large 37 

Inspectors Naval Stores, Supervising 36-37 

Internal Improvement Fund Board 20 



INDEX 437 



J 



Jacksonville Terminal Company, Special Officers 68 

Judges Civil Courts of Record 94 

JudTes Criminal Courts of Record 92 

Justices Supreme Court 84-85 

Juvenile Courts 112-113 

Juvenile Courts, Clerks 95 

Juvenile Courts, Judges 95 

L 

Labor Inspector, State 63 

Law Examiners, State Board 43-44 

Legislators, House 1943 77-79 

Letter of Transmittal 8-11 

Library Board, State 44 

Live Stock Sanitary Board 44-45 

Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, Special Officers 68 

M 

Marketing Commissioner, State 63 

Medical Examiners. State Board 45-48 

Members Board of Commissioners Everglades Drainage District.. 26 -27 

Members of House, 1913 77-79 

Military and Naval Appointments 370-382 

Milk Board 32 

Motor Vehicle Commissioner, State 63 

N 

National Board of Review 61 

Naturopathic Examiners, State Board... 46 

Naval Stores Inspectors, State at Large 37 

Naval Stores, Supervising Inspector 36-37 

Notaries Public 192-357 

Nurses Examiners, State Board 46-47 

O 

Ocean Shore Improvement District 47 

Okeechobee Flood Control District, Members Board of 47 

Optometry Examiners, State Board 48 

Osteopathic Medical Examiners, State Board 48 

Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District 23-24 

P 

Pardon Board 20 

Pensions, Board of 21 

Pharmacy, State Board 49 

Photographic Examiners, State Board of 65-66 

Planning Board, Members State 49 

Primary Election Tabulation 1942 415-424 

Probation Officers 94 

Prosecuting Attorneys and County Attorneys 93 

R 

Racing Commission, Members State 50-51 

Railroad Commissioners 22 



438 INDEX 

Real Estate Commission 51 

Receipts 12 

Registered Voters State 1942 97-98 

Representatives in Congress 22 

Requisitions 384 

S 

Seaboard Air Line Railway, Special Officers 68-69 

Secretaries of State 7 

Secretaries, State Service Officer Field 64 

Secretary to Governor 62 

Senatorial Districts, (State) 16-17 

Senators, State 76-77 

Senators, United States 21 

Service Officer and Assistant, State 64 

Ship Canal Authority 64 

Solicitors Criminal Courts of Record 92 

Southern Railway System, Special Officers 69 

SPECIAL OFFICERS: 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 66-67 

Florida East Coast Railway Co 67-68 

G. S. & F. Railway Co 68 

Jacksonville Terminal Co 68 

Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co 68 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 68-69 

Southern Railway System 69 

State Attorneys 87-88 

State Auditors and Assistants 62 

State Board of Education 21 

State Board of Health 43 

State Health Officer 63 

State Road Department, Members 51-60 

State Senators 76-77 

Stephen Foster Memorial Commission 64-65 

Supervisor of Conservation 69 

Supreme Court Building, Members Special Building 

Commission for erection and furnishing 66 

Supreme Court Justices 84-85 

T 

Tabulation 1942 General Election 426-432 

Tabulation 1942 Primary 415-424 

Trade Marks, Registered 358-369 

Trustees Teachers Retirement System, Members 69 

Tuberculosis, State Board 69 

U 

Uniformity of Legislation Commissioners 26 

United States Senators 21 

V 

Veterinary Examiners, State Board 60 

Voters, Registered State 1942 97-98 

W 
Welfare Board, State 60-61 

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