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STATE LIBRARY OF FLORIDA .^^^ 2 1 ,993 



REPORT 



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SECRETARY OF STATE 

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STATE OF FLORIDA 



h\)v the Period Beg'iiiuing .lauuary 1, 194(. and Encliug 
December 31, 1948 




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STATE CAPITOL 



GOVER NORS OF FL ORIDA 

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. 
X. B. Broward— 1905 to 1909. 
Albert W. Gilchrist— 1909 to 1913. 
Park Trammell— 1913 to 1917. 
Sidney J. Catts— 1917 to 1921. 
Gary A. Hardee— 1921 to 1925. 
John W. Martin— 1925 to 1929. 
Doyle E. Carlton— 1929 to 1933. 
David Sholtz— 1933 to 1937. 
Fred P. Cone— 1937 to 1941. 
Spessard L. Holland — 1941 to 1945. 
Millard F. Caldwell— 1945 to 1949. 
Fuller Warren — 1949 — . 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 

1945-1949 

GOVERNOR 

MILLAED F. CALDWELL 

SECRETARY OP STATE 

R. A. GRAY 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

J. TOM WATSON 

COMPTROLLER 

CLARENCE M. GAY 

STATE TREASURER 

J. EDWIN LARSON 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

COLIN ENGLISH 

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

NATHAN MAYO 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 

1949-1953 

GOVERNOR 

FULLER WARREX 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. A. GRAY 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

RICHARD W. ERVIN 

COMPTROLLER 

(7jARENCE M. GAY 

STATE TREASURER 

J. EDWIN LARSON 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

THOMAS D. BAILEY 

COAnilSSIONER OF AGRICT'LTrRE 

NATHAN MAYO 




R. A. GRAY, Secretary of Sfafe 



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 January 13, 1863. 

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

GrEORGE 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 Januaiy 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 Januarj^ 21, 1881, to January 25, 
1902. 

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

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

R. A. Gray — Commissioned ad interim April 12, 1930. Elected 
November 4, 1930, and commissioned November 7, 1930. 
for unexpired term. Re-elected and commissioned for four- 
year term beginning January 3, 1933. Re-elected and com- 
missioned for four-year term from January 5, 1937, to 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. Re- 
elected and commissioned for four-year term from January 
7, 1941, to first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1945. Re-elected and commissioned for four-year term from 
January 2, 1945, to first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January, 1949. Re-elected and commissioned for four-year 
term from January 4, 1949, to fir.st Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1953. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

OFFICE OF THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE OF FLORIDA 



Tallahassee, Florida 
January 1, 1949. 

Honorable Millard F. Caldwell 
Governor of Florida 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Dear Sir : 

In compliance with the requirements of law I have the 
hojior to submit herewith my biennial report for the calendar 
years 1947 and 1948. This report contains the usual informa- 
tion heretofore published in the biennial report of this office, 
with a few additional facts. This report while in no sense in- 
tended to be a State "Blue Book", yet it is about the nearest 
official document Florida has to a State Blue Book. Many of 
the states have such an official publication known as the Blue 
Book but none has ever been authorized by the Florida Legis- 
lature. 

The demand for copies of this report indicates that it is 
valuable as a document containing a great deal of useful in- 
formation for the public. 

It is natural to call attention to the growth of business 
in any department or office but since the growth is obvious 
and consistent as evidenced by the transactions and revenue 
of this office I think it is well to call it to the attention of the 
Governor and through him to the Legislature. The following 
figures will indicate at a glance the steady and consistent 
growth in the receipts of the office : 



10 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

For the year 1943 $ 366,694.51 

For the year 1944 396,235.96 

For the year 1945 480,899.14 

For the year 1946 652,415.89 

For the year 1947 663,862.45 

For the year 1948 712,501.07 

This assuredly attests the increase in the work required 
in the office. 

In previous reports I have discussed briefly some of the 
main responsibilities and duties of the Secretary of State and 
also some of the main divisions of the office. I shall do so 
briefly in this report but before taking up these particular 
divisions 1 should like to call attention to some ex-officio 
duties and responsibilities Avhich also have grown in recent 
years to the extent that these ex-officio responsibilities re- 
quire a goodly portion of the time of the Secretary of State 
in performing such duties which are extra to those required 
of him in the office proper. 

EX-OPFICIO DUTIES 

The Secretary of State is by the Constitution made a mem- 
ber of the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions, the 
State iBoard of Education, and the State Board of Pardons. By 
Statute he is made a member of the State Board of Conserva- 
tion, the State Safety Department (Highway Patrol), the 
State Textbook Purchasing Commission, Trustees Teachers 
Retirement Fund, State Board of Vocational Education, the 
State Advertising Commission, the State Budget Commission, 
and the State Canvassing Board. 

On the first named, the Board of Commissioners of State 
Institutions, he serves as Chairman of the Committee on the 
Florida State Hospital, our largest State Institution, as well 
as having served as Chairman of a number of special commit- 
tees ; some involving highly responsible tasks such as the 
Committee on the Ringling Estate, 

It will not be my purpose in this report to speak of all the 
ex-officio duties required of the Secretary of State but to 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 11 

mention only a few and some of particular importance during 
the two-year period this report covers. During- this time the State 
Board of Conservation has been given additional responsibili- 
ties especially in connection with the Oil Division of that 
Board. The Secretary of State has served as Secretary of 
the Conservation Department for a number of years in order 
to save the salary of a specially employed Secretary. The same 
might be said of his service on the Florida State Advertising- 
Commission. 

DIVISIONS OF THE OFFICE 



RECORDS DIVISION 

Perhaps the function least spoken of in connection with 
the office of Secretary of State, being the function which 
dates from the beginning of the office, is known as the Rec- 
ords Division. Under the Constitution and added to by many 
statutory requirements, the Secretary of State is required 
to record many and varied documents. Beginning as the of- 
ficial depository of documents issued by the Governor, the 
office has become generally the depository for the more im- 
portant official documents and records. The variety may be 
indicated by saying that it goes all the way from commissions 
and court orders issued by the Governor to Agreements for 
the leasing of railroad Equipment. 

In my report of two years ago I stated "I look forward 
with much hope and anticipation to the completion of the new 
South Wing of the Capitol when the crowded conditions under 
which we work may be somewhat relieved." We are now oc- 
cupying more roomy quarters and we now no longer pay ren,t on 
a warehouse. 

CUSTODIAN OF THE GREAT SEAL 

The Great Seal is the symbol of the sovereignty of the 
state and in every sense of the word is the one device which 
authenticates official documents of the highest importance. 
The custody of the Great Seal and the use thereof might be 



12 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

looked upon by some as a very casual duty not worthy of 
particular note. However, to one who seriously analyzes the 
duties and responsibilities of public officials it is readily 
understood that no more responsible duty is placed upon any 
official than the proper custodj^ and use of the Great Seal. 
Since it vouches for the integrity and authenticity of docu- 
ments to which it is affixed so the keeper thereof under the 
Constitution should be one of unquestioned integrity and in 
whom the official and private life of the State may have com- 
plete confidence. 

ELECTIONS DIVISION 

The administration of all election laws is placed under the 
Secretary of State. This means the general primaries, any 
special primaries, general elections and special elections. Be- 
ginning with the preparation for the first primaries and sup- 
plies for registration of electors, and winding up with the 
preparation and mailing of the last commissions of all elected 
officials and appointive offices, the Elections Division of this 
office is kept busy practically the whole time during a two- 
year cycle. Specal problems arise in every two-year cycle in 
connection with some phase of an election. It would seem that 
all problems or conditions would have already been settled 
in the courts so far as our election laws are concerned since 
they have been in operation for the most part for a long time, 
however, during every election cycle some questions go to the 
courts for determination. Attention is called to this fact only 
for the reason that the Secretary of State must give very close 
attention and supervision to all phases of the election matters 
because of the possibility of legal issues being involved. I 
might be permitted to say that during the past two years the 
courts have upheld the position taken by the Secretary of 
State in each one of these issues. 

I again wish to register my earnest desire that the basic 
principle of our primary election system not be disturbed for 
it is the surest way of arriving at what is the will of the peo- 
ple in the selection of their officers and doing so through 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 13 

eomplete Democratic processes. I believe that Florida's pri- 
mary system compares favorably with the election laws of any 
state in the union. During the primary elections held in 1948 
the fees collected and which went to the State Treasurer were 
more than the cost of administering the primary laws. In fact, 
it may be of interest to note that the total collections from 
candidates in the general primaries of 1948 amounted to 
$69,315.20; of which amount $40,510.00 was paid to the State 
Treasurer and went into the General Revenue Fund of the 
State. The remainder was distributed to the proper agencies 
required by law as indicated by the table below : 

Total Collections— $69,315.20 

Disbursed as follows -. 

State Treasurer $40,510.00 

State Democratic Executive Committee 21,322.60 

State Republican Executive Committee „.. 600.00 

Democratic Congressional Committees 2,500.00 

County Democratic Committees 3,307.60 

Refunds _..» 1,075.00 

CORPORATION DIVISION 

This is a very active division of the office and the volume 
of work passing through it is constantly increasing. In this 
division corporations are "chartered." Some years ago Florida 
liberalized its corporation laws and, as a result, it has enjoyed 
a large share of corporate business originating from out of the 
state as well as its own corporate activities. While Florida 
ranks about half-way down the list of states in population the 
month-by-month reports from commercial agencies show that 
Florida maintains a rank of about seventh or eighth in the 
nation on the number of new corporations formed. The ten- 
dency, however, apparently is to form corporations with a 
smaller capital structure. The charter tax, which is the tax 
payable at the initial forming of the corporation, reached a 
liigh point in 1947 and was off some in 1948, however, the annual 
(.-apital stock tax increased somewhat from 1947 to 1948. This 
increase was mainly due to the increased number of corporations 



14 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

witli "no par" stock and to the vequireinent of this office thnt 
the reports show the actual value of the shares. 

In this division is also the records of Limited Partner- 
ships, Trade-marks and Trade Names, and otlier miscellaneous 
items. 

The collection of the capital stock tax and handling' the 
reports incident thereto, however, forms the major portion 
of the work in this division. Each corporation is required to 
file annually a report which is primarily the basis for the 
payment of the capital stock tax, and to pay on July first of 
each year a tax based on the capital stock of the corporation. 
This law has been in effect since 1931 and there has been a 
gradual increase in the amount of tax collected due primarily 
to the increase in the number of corporations and due sec- 
ondarily to tightening up the methods of collection. For the 
year 1948 the capital stock tax amounted to $402,844.27. No 
field forbe or traveling inspectors are employed by this office. 
The schedule of taxes levied against corporations under the 
Capital Stock Tax Law% I believe, is about "all the traffic 
will bear" and if any increase in that schedule of taxes should 
be enacted by the Legislature then it will be almost surely 
necessary to put on traveling inspectors to collect this tax, 
thereby increasing the cost of collection materially. 

The enforcement factor of this laAv is that Avhen a corpora- 
tion is delinquent for three yeai's in the payment of the tax, 
due notice is given by publication, after which, by Proclama- 
tion of the Governor, it is dissolved as a corporation ; so, if a 
corporation desires to maintain its corporate existence it must 
pay this: tax. That seemed to be the simplest, most efficient 
and the most economical method of enforcement. This de- 
partment depends largely on a continuing appropriation of 
$15,000.00 per annum. No objection is voiced to the discontin- 
U9,nce of, continuing appropriations if the Legislature so desires 
but if that is done then of necessity this amount must be in- 
olud€id in the General Appropriations Bill. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 15 



LAWS DIVISION 



The Secretary of State is custodian of all Acts of the 
Legislature. During- and immediately following a session of 
the Legislature this division of the office is exceedingly busy 
and extra help is required for that season. After the rush 
season is over there is a continuing call for information, certi- 
fied or otherwise, from the Journals of the two branches of 
the Legislature or for certified copies of Acts of the Legisla- 
ture and other miscellaneous matters incident to the enactment 
and recording of laws. 

MAINTENANCE DIVISION 

Under the Constitution the Secretary of State is custodian 
of the capitol building and grounds. By custom of long years 
standing the mansion grouuds are also included for mainten- 
ance and upkeep. Recently, a large addition has been added 
to the capitol, namely, the new South Wing, which increases 
the maintenance ct)sit'6'f -til ie']building- itself. The new ''Capitol 
Center" plan involves new buildings and two vacant squares 
which are contemplated to be made into parks or lawns. The 
Legislature will, no doubt, be called upon to designate a cus- 
todian for each of these buildings and for each of these park 
squares. It is recommended by the Secretary of State that 
with respect to the three new buildings the custodians ^hould 
be designated as one of the chief officials whose department 
occupies or has space in such building. It is recommended that 
the Secretary of State should not be charged with the re- 
sponsibility of the maintenance of any building except the 
Capitol. However, it will be logical to place under the Sec- 
retary of State for custody and maintenance either one or 
both of the park squares adjacent to the Capitol. All of this, 
if the Legislature should so direct, will add to the expense of 
the maintenance of the building and grounds. 

The capitol building has been added to from time to time. 
Two wings were added in 1902 and two wings were added in 
1923. A new north wing was added in 1937 and the new south 
wing in 1947. So the building is becoming more of a problem 



16 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

for maintenance and upkeep. Since tlic u.ndersiji'ned became 
Secretary of State tlie cost of niaintfUniiiL' the cjipitol l)uild- 
ine: has doubled. 

CONCLUSION 

It is with pleasure and satisfaction that T report to your 
Excellency' that on tlie whole the operations of this office have 
progressed satisfactorily the past two years ;nid it is not 
thought amiss to call attention to the record it tries to niaiii- 
tain for rendering "Prompt, Efficient and Courteous Service." 
For myself and the entire personnel of the office we express 
appreciation to your Excellency for the splendid co-operation 
we have had from the Governor's office and also we wisli to 
express our gratitude for the many commendations, letters 
and messages received concerning the operation of this office. 

Respectfully and cordially yours, 



C.--^ <^ (r^i'^^j^^ 



Secretary of State. 
RAG/MH 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA . 17 

STATEMENT OF MONIES RECEIVED 

1947 

Charter Tax $214,595.50 

Fees 56,383.59 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax 345,270.90 

Commission Tax 30,840.00 

Limited Partnership Fees 1,966.93 

Primary Election Fees 64.80 

Miscellaneous 188.86 

Sale of Laws 5,387.87 

Sale of Statutes 8,112.50 

Sale of Statutes Annotated 992.50 

Sale of Journals 59.50 



$663,862.45 



1948 



Charter Tax $157,779.20 

Fees 49,119.52 

Corporation Capital Stock Tax 402,844.27 

Commission Tax 41,595.00 

Limited Partnership Fees 1,824.71 

Primary Election Fees 40,510.00 

Miscellaneous 90.00 

Sale of Laws 13,839.68 

Sale of Statutes 3,954.00 

Sale of Statutes Annotated 868.00 

Sale of Journals 76.69 



$712,501.07 



18 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

DISTRIBUTION OF ALL FUNDS COLLECTED FROM 
CANDIDATES FOR THE MAY. 1948 PRIMARIES 

Collected and Remitted 

Deposited 

$69,315.20 

State Treasurer $40,510.00 

State Democratic Executive Committee 21,322.60 

State Republican Executive Committee 600.00 

Democratic Congressional Committee 2,500.00 

County Democratic Committee 3,307.60 

Refunds 1,075.00 



TOTAL $69,315.20 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



19 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

.STATE OF FLORIDA 

COUNTIES COMPRISING THE SIX CONGRESSIONAL 

DISTRICTS 



FIRST DISTRICT 

Ilardee 8,585 

Hernando 5,672 

Highlands 16,220 

Hillsborough 207,844 

Manatee 26,803 

Pasco 13,729 

Pinellas 130,268 

Polk 112,429 

Sarasota 19,202 

Total 540,752 



SECOND DISTRICT 

Alachua 38,245 

Baker 6,326 

Bradford 10.730 

Clay ] 0,038 

ColumbisJ 17,139 

Dixie 4,926 

Duval 273,843 

Gilchrist 3,466 

Hamilton 8,731 

Lafayette 3,995 

Levy 9,902 

Madison 15,537 

Nassau 10,859 

Suwannee 17,602 

Taylor 10,73S 

Union 6,051 

Total 448,128 



20 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 



THIRD DISTRICT 

Bay 43,188 

Calhoun 8,225 

Escambia 105,262 

Franklin 8,026 

Gadsden 30,992 

Gulf 7,010 

Holmes 14,627 

Jackson 34,509 

Jefferson 11,066 

Leon o5,451 

Liberty 3,193 

Okaloosa '.. 16,155 

Santa Rosa 16,986 

Wakulla 5,059 

Walton 13,871 

Washington 11.889 

Total 365,509 

FOURTH DISTRICT 

Collier 4,957 

Dade 315,138 

Monroe 19,018 

Total 339,113 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

Brevard 19,339 

Citrus 5,427 

Flagler 2,652 

Lake 27,946 

Marion 35,132 

Orange 86,782 

Osceola 10,562 

Putnam 17,837 

St. Johns 21,596 

Seminole 24,560 

Sumter 10,417 

Volusia 58,492 

Total 320,742 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

Broward 50,442 

Charlotte 4,220 

DeSoto 6,854 

Glades 2,281 

Hendry 5,066 

Indian River 9,079 

Lee 23,593 

Martin 6,094 

Okeechobee 2,919 

Palm Beach 112,311 

St. Lucie 12,958 

Total 235,817 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 21 

JUDICIAL CIRCUITS 

Circuits Counties Population 

First — Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Walton 

Counties 152,274 

Second — Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Liberty 

and Wakulla Counties 93,787 

Third — Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madi- 
son, Suwannee and Taylor Counties 78,668 

Fourth — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties 294,740 

Fifth — Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion and Sumter 

Counties 84,594 

Sixth — Pasco and Pinellas Counties 143,997 

Seventh — Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns and Volusia 

Counties 100,577 

Eighth — Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy 

and Union Counties 74,720 

Ninth — Brevard, Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, 

Orange, Osceola, St. Lucie and Seminole Counties... 172,293 

Tenth — Hardee, Highlands and Polk Counties 137,234 

Eleventh — Dade and Monroe Counties 334,156 

Twelfth — DeSoto, Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry, 

Lee, Manatee and Sarasota Counties 92,976 

Thirteenth— Hillsborough County 207,844 

Fourteenth — Bay, Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson and 

Washington Counties 119,448 

Fifteenth — Broward and Palm Beach Counties 162,753 

STATE SENATORIAL DISTRICTS 

Redistricted 1945 

State Census 1945 
Districts Counties Population 

First — Okaloosa and Santa Rosa Counties 33,141 

Second — Escambia County 105,2162 

Third— Holmes and Walton Counties 28,498 

Fourth— Jackson County 34,509 

Fifth— Franklin, Liberty and Wakulla Counties 16,278 

Sixth— Gadsden County 30,992 

Seventh— Polk County 112,429 



22 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Eighth — Leon County 35,451 

Ninth — Citrus and Hernando Counties 11,099 

Tenth — Madison and Taylor Counties 26,275 

Eleventh— Pinellas County 130,268 

Twelfth — Indian River, Martin and St. Lucie Counties... 28,131 

Thirteenth— Dade County 315,138 

Fourteenth — Columbia County 17,139 

Fifteenth — Bradford and Union Counties 16,781 

Sixteenth — Nassau County 10,859 

Seventeenth — Hamilton, Lafayette and Suwannee 

Counties 30,328 

Eighteenth— Duval County 273,843 

Nineteenth — Orange County 86,782 

Twentieth— Marion County 35,132 

Twenty-first — Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy Counties 18,294 

Twenty-second — Jefferson County 11,066 

Twenty-third— Lake County 27,946 

Twenty-fourth — Collier. Hendiy, Lee and Monroe 

Counties 52,634 

Twenty-fifth — Bay, Gulf, Calhoun and Washington 

Counties 70,312 

Twenty-sixth— Putnam County 17,837 

Twenty-seventh — DeSoto, Glades, Hardee and High- 
lands Counties 33,940 

Twenty-eighth— Volusia County 58,492 

Twenty-ninth — Baker and Clay Counties 16,364 

Thirtieth— Broward County 50,442 

Thirty-first— Flagler and St. Johns Counties 24,248 

Thirty-second — Alachua County 38,245 

Thirty-third — Okeechobee and Osceola Counties 13,481 

Thirty-fourth— Hillsborough County 207,844 

Thirty-fifth— Palm Beach County 112,311 

Thirty-sixth- — Charlotte, Manatee and Sarasota Coun- 
ties 50,225 

Thirty-seventh — Brevard and Seminole Counties 43,899 

Thirty-eighth — Pasco and Sumter Counties 24,146 

Total „ 2,250.061 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 23 

STATE SENATORS— 1949 

District Name Address 

** 1 Newman C. Brackin, Crestview 

* 2 Philip D. Beall, Florida National Bank Bldg., Pensacola 
** 3 Johnnie Wright, P.O. 344, DeFiiniak Springs, 

* 4 C. L. Alford, Grand Ridge 

** 5 Luther C. Tucker, Crawfordville 

* 6 A. L. Wilson, Quincy 

** 7 Harry E. King, Beymer Bldg., Winter Haven 

* 8 LeRoy Collins, Tallahassee 

** 9 Joseph E. Johnston, Jr., P.O. Box 13, Broolcsville 

* 10 W. T. Davis, Madison 

** 11 Henry S. Baynard, 1005-lst Federal Bldg., 
St. Petersburg 

* 12 Evans Crary, Stuart 

** 13 R. B. (Bunn) Gautier, duPont Bldg., Miami 

* 14 J. Wofford Lindler, 430 Marion St., Lake City 
** 15 Charley E. Johns, Starke 

* 16 A. G. MeArthur, P.O. Box 413, Fernandina 

** 17 G. Warren Sanchez, South Ohio Avenue, Live Oak 

* 18 John E. Mathews, 1311 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 
** 19 J. B. Rodgers, Jr., P.O. Box 417, Winter Garden 

* 20 Wallace E. Sturgis, 9-10 Marion Block, Ocala 
** 21 J. Min Avers, Trenton 

* 22 S. D. Clarke, Monticello 
** 23 J. Edwin Baker, Umatilla 

* 24 James A. Franklin, 2015 Almeria Avenue, Ft. Myers 
** 25 Olin G. Shivers, Chipley 

* 26 B. C. Pearce, Palatka 

** 27 James W. Moore, Suite 12-15 Hainz Bldg., Sebring 

28 Walter G. Walker, 317 First Avenue, Daytona Beach 

29 J. Slater Smith, Jr., Green Cove Springs 



* 



24 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

* 30 George W. Leaird, 210 Blount Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 
** 31 Verle A. Pope, P.O. Box 519, St. Augustine 

* 32 W. A. Shands, 309 Second Avenue, Gainesville 
** 33 N. Ray Carroll, 420 Emmett Street, Kissimmee 

* 34 Raymond Sheldon, 608 Tampa Street, Tampa 

** 35 John R. Beacham, 509 Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach 

* 36 William J. Ray, First National Bank Bldg., Bradenton 
** 37 Lloyd F. Boyle, 2404 Mellonville Avenue, Sanford 

* 38 J. C. Getzen, Bushnell 



* Holdovers 
** Elected 1948 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



25 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 



County 




Alachua 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Baker 




Bay 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Bradford 




Brevard 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Broward 


Group 1 




Grouj) 2 


Calhoun 




Charlotte 




Citrus 




Clay 




Collier 




Columbia 




Dade 


Group 1 




Group 2 




Group 3 



DeSoto 

Dixie 
Duval 



Group 1 
Group 2 



Name and Address 

R. L. Black, Jr., Gainesville 

W. E, Whitlock, High Springs 

B. R. Burnsed, Macclenny 

Grady W. Courtney, 128 East Ave., 

Millville 
Joseph I. Mathis, P.O. Box 639, 

Panama City 
J. P. Roberts, Starke 
Hubert E. Griggs, Cocoa 
0. L. Burton, Eau Gallic 
John S. Burwell, 42 SW 2nd St., 

Ft. Lauderdale 
Thos. E. (Ted) David, Hollywood 
Emory E. Bridges, Blountstown 
Leo Wotitzky, Punta Gorda 
L. C. Yeomans, Crystal River 
S. D. Saunders, Middleburg 
D. Graham Copeland, Everglades 
F. W. Bedenbaugh, Lake City 
George S. Okell, 902 Biscayne Bldg., 

Miami 
Grant Stockdale, No. Kendall Dr. 

Miami 
Bill Lantaff, 913 duPont Building, 

Miami 
T. M. Parker, Jr., Arcadia, 

P.O. Box 424 
Royal C. Dunn, Cross City 
Mabry Carlton, Law Exchange Bldg., 

Jacksonville 
Charles A. Luckie, 500 Consolidated 

Bldg., Jacksonville 



26 



REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 



County 



Escambia 



Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands 

Hillsborough 



Holmes 
Indian River 
Jackson 

Jefferson 
Lafayette 
Lake 

Lee 



Name and Address 

Gi'oup 3 Fletcher Morgan, 45 W. Bay St., 
Jacksonville 

Group 1 Harry Botts, Jr., Florida Natl Bank 
Bldg., Pensacola 

Group 2 R. M. Merritt, P.O. Box 1, Pensacola 
H. T. Cook, Bunnell 
B. G. Patton, Apalacliicola 

Group 1 E. W. Scarborough, Chattahoochee 

Group 2 D. M. Johnson, Quincy 

Howell Lancaster, Trenton 
J. PI. Peeples, Jr., Moore Haven 
George G. Tapper, Port St. Joe 
J. W. McAlpin, White Springs 
G. W. (Dick) Williams, Wauchula 
Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston 
S. Travis Phillips, Brooksville 
Miss Edna Pearce, Fort Basinger 

Group 1 James S. Moody, Plant City 

Group 2 Neil C. McMullen, Citizens Bldg., 
Tampa 

Group 3 John L. Branch, iOi Franklin St., 
Tampa 
J. D. Heath, Leonia 
Alex MacWilliam, Vero Beach 

Group 1 W. A. (Pete) Smith, Marianna 

Group 2 W. Pooser, Marianna 

Richard H. Simpson, Monticello 
Duffin Lancaster, Mayo 

Group 1 Tim ]\I. Sellar, Leesburg 

Group 2 H. H. Ilethcox, Umatilla 

Group 1 Scott Hough, 2112 Woodford Ave., 
Ft. Myers 

Group 2 Norwood R. Strayhorn, Kingston Ma- 
nor, Ft. Myers 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



27 



Leon 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Levy 




Liberty 




Madison 




Manatee 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Marion 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Martin 




Monroe 




Nassau 




Okaloosa 




Okeechobee 




Orange 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Osceola 




Palm Beach 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Pasco 




Pinellas 


Group 1 



Polk 



Putnam 



Group 2 

Group 3 
Group 1 
Group 2 
Group 3 



Wilson Carraway, Tallahassee 
John W. Henderson, Tallahassee 
Dewey D. Allen, Inglis 
Glenn Summers, Bristol 
T. C. Merchant, Jr., Madison 

J. Ben Fuqua, 833-7th St., Palmetto 
Joe Bill Rood, P.O. Box 152, 

Bradenton 
C. Farris Bryant, M & C Building, 

Ocala 
Marcus Frank, Ocala 
George Keith, P.O. Box 906, Stuart 
Bernie C. Papy, Key West 
Leonard A. McKendree, Fernandina 
James H. Wise, Crestview 
W. J. Hendry, Okeechobee 
Burton Thornal, 20-22 Autry Arcade, 

Orlando 
Charles 0. Andrews, Jr., Metcalf 

Bldg., P.O. Box, 353, Orlando 
Irlo Bronson, Kissimniee 
John E. Bollinger, 709 Comeau Bldg., 

W. Palm Beach 
B. Elliott, Pahokee 
George C. Dayton, Meridian Street, 

Dade City 
James A. MeClure, Jr., 817 Florida 

National Bank Bldg., St. Peters- 
burg 
Charles J. Schuh, Jr., 256-3rd St., 

North, St. Petersburg 
Archie Clement, Tarpon Springs 
Roy Surles, P.O. Box 1375, Lakeland 
Lisle W. Smith, Haines Cit>' 
Perry E. Murra^^ Frostproof 
Thos. B. Dowda, Palatka 



28 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Rosa 
Sarasota 

Seminole 

Snmter 

Suwannee 
Taylor 
Union 
Volnsia 



AVakulla 

Walton 

Washintgon 



Group 1 
Group 2 



Group 1 
Group 2 
Group 1 
Group 2 



Group 1 
Group 2 



F. Charles Usina, St. Augustine 
Chas. E. Shepperd, St. Augustine 
D. H. (Banty) Sauuders, P.O. Box 

32, Ft. Pierce 
Woodrow M. Melvin, Milton 
Jerry Collins, Sarasota 
James A. Haley, Sarasota 
M. B. Smith, Sanford 
J. Brailey Odham, Sanford 
John V. Monahan, Moreland Park, 

Wildwood 
Wm. Eandall Slaughter, Live Oak 
Gus J. Dekle, P.O. Box 415, Perry 
M. J, Sapp, Lake Butler 
Thomas T. Cobb, 219 Magnolia Ave., 

Daytona Beach 
Jame.s H. Sweeny, Jr., Barnett Bank 

Bldg., DeLand 
George Nesmith, Wakulla 
Thos. D. Beasley, DeFuniak Springs 
Amos O. Hudson, Chipley 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



29 



COUNTIES 
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

Showing number of Representatives from each county and popu- 
lation of each county according to the 1945 State Census. Total 
population for Florida, 1945 State Census, 2,250,061. 



COUNTY 

Alachua. . . . 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford. . . . 

Brevard 

Broward .... 
Calhoim .... 
Charlotte. . . 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia ... 

Dade 

DeSoto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia . . . 

Flagler 

Franklin .... 
Gadsden .... 

Gilchrift 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton . . . 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando . . . 
Highlands . . . 
HiUsborough . 

Holmes 

Indian River. 

Jackson 

Jefferson. . . . 
Lafayette ... 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 



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 

LaBelle 

Brooksville 

Sebring 

Tampa 

Bonifay 

Vero Beach 

Marianna 

Monticeilo 

Mayo 

Tavares 

Ft. Myers 

Tallahassee 



Number of 
Representatives 



POPULATION 



38,245 

6,326 

43,188 

10,730 

19,339 

50,442 

8,225 

4,220 

5,427 

10,038 

4,957 

17,139 

315,138 

6,854 

4,926 

273,843 

105,262 

2,652 

8,026 

30,992 

3,466 

2,281 

7,010 

8,731 

8,585 

5,066 

5,672 

16,224 

207,844 

14,627 

9,079 

34,506 

11,069 

3,996 

27,945 

23,593 

35,451 



30 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



COUNTIES 
OF THE STATE OF F LOR »DA-^ (Cont'd) 



COUNTY 


COUNTY SEAT 


Number of 
Representatives 


POPULiVTION 


Levy 


Bronson 


1 
1 
1 

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


9,902 


Liberty 


Bristol 


3,193 


Madison 


Madison 


15,537 


Manatee 


Bradentou 


26,803 


Marion 


Ocala 


35,132 


Martin 


Stuart 


6,094 


Monroe 


Key West 


19,018 


Nassau 


Fernandina 


10,859 


Okaloosa 


Crestview 

Okeechobee 


16,155 


Okeechobee 


2,919 


Orange 


Orlando. . . . . 


86,782 


Osceola 


Kissimmee 

West Palm Beach 

Dade City 


10,562 


Palm Beach 

Pasco 


112,311 
13,729 


Pinellas 


Clearwater 


130,268 


Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 


Bartow 

Palatka 

St. Augustine 


112,429 
17,837 
21,596 


St. Lucie . 

Santa Rosa 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 


Ft. Pierce 

Milton 

Sarasota 

Sanford 

Bushnell 

Live Oak 


12,958 
16,986 
19,202 
24,560 
10,417 
17,602 


Taylor 

Union 


Perry 

Lake Butler 


10,738 
6,051 


Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 


Deland 

Crawford ville 

DeFuniak Spi ings 

Chipley 


58,492 

5,059 

13,871 

11,889 


Totals 




2.250,065 











OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 31 

STATE SX-OFFICIO BOARDS AND 
COMMISSIONS 

1949-1953 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION 

Fuller Warren, Governor 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson. State Treasurer 

ARMORY BOARD 
(Senate Bill 365, Legislative Acts of 1941) 

Fuller Warren, Governor, Chairman 

Brigadier General Mark Lance — The Adjutant General, Vice 

Chairman 
Brigadier General Sumter L. Lowry, Jr., 56th F.A. Brigade 
Brigadier General Joseph C. Hutchison, 62d Infantry Brigade 
Colonel Homer W. Hesterly, 116th Field Artillery 
Colonel Jacob H. Spengler, 106th QM Regiment 
Colonel Percy L. Wall, 265th Coast Artillery 
Colonel Fred A. Safay, 124th Infantry 
Captain Ralph W. Cooper, Jr., State Quartermaster Recorder 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary' of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

CONSERVATION BOARD 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 



32 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A, Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Erwin, Attorney General 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

ELECTION BOARD OF CANVASSERS 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

BOARD OF FINANCE 

Fuller Warren, Governor 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 33 

GOVERNOR'S CABINET 

Fuller Wan-en, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin. Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF HOUSING 

Puller Warren, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

(Uarenee M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Nathan Mayo, Conunissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD FIXING VALUES OF INVESTMENT SECURITIES OF 
TRUST COMPANIES 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

BOARD OP LICENSING LABOR BUSINESS AGENTS 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

BOARD OP PARDONS 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 



34 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

BOARD OF PENSIONS 

Fuller Warren, Governor 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

BOARD OF STATE INSTITUTIONS. COMMISSIONERS OF 

Puller Warren, Governor 

K. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan JMayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

SUMMER SCHOOLS, BOARD TO NAME TEACHERS FOR 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Dr. J. Hillis Miller, President University of Florida 

Dr. Doak S. Campbell, President Florida State University 

SURETY COMPANIES, BOARD FOR SUPERVISION AND 
REGULATION OF RISKS FOR 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, BOARD OF 

Fuller Warren, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 35 

FLORIDA STATE IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION 
Fuller Warren, Govenior 

Alfred A. McKeathaii, Chairman State Road Department 
(3 Citizens members to be appointed by Governor [for terms 
of four years] H. II. Baskin, Cleai-water, commissioned 
June 29, 1945 until June 6, 1949. Robert W. Bannerman, 
Tallahassee commissioned June 30, 1945 until June 30, 1949. 
Geo. W. Gibbs, Jacksonville, commissioned July 13, 1945 
until June 6, 1949). 

PUBLIC SAFETY, DEPARTMENT OP 
Fuller Warren, Governor 
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
Clarence M. Gay, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, State Superintendent Public Instruction 
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 
A Director to be employed by the Board 

MARKETING BOARD (Agricultural) 
Fuller Warren, Governor 
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 
Neil M. Rhodes, State Marketing Commissioner 

TEACHER'S RETIREMENT SYSTEM, BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
Fuller Warren, Governor 
E. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 
Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Insti-uctiou 

TEXT BOOK RATING COMMITTEE 

To be composed of seven members appointed by the State Board 
of Education, upon the recommendation of the State Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction and Members of liis department 
designated by him. 

(Note Members of the Board of Control are Ex-officio Members 
of the State Soil Conservation Board and State Plant Board.) 



36 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE LICENSING BOARDS 
OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AND SUPERVISORS 

STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 

Joseph A. Sweeney, Tampa eoinmissioiuHl July 27, 1945, 
until August 17, 1949. 

James I. Keller, Miami; commissioned ]\Iarc']i 27, 1946, until 
August 19, 1949. 

Leonard Abess, Miami ; commissioned August 6, 1943, until 
August 26, 1947. Term expired and Chas. B. Costar, IMiami ; 
commissioned Sept. 17, 1947 until August 26, 1951. 

P. W. Fisher, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 22, 1946, 
until August 25, 1950. 

Claude K. Milligan, Jacksonville : commissioned December 16, 
1944, until August 24, 1948. Term expired and Chas C. Potter, 
commissioned July 6, 1948, until August 24. 1952. 

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Mark W. Lance, Tallahassee, confirmed by the Senate April 
16, 1947, and commissioned May 14, 1947 during the pleasure 
of the Governor. 

STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

Jas. Gamble Rogers, II, Winter Park; commissioned Novem- 
ber 29, 1945, until July 1, 1949. Term expired and Daniel Hart, 
Pensacola, commissioned March 24, 1948 imtil Jidy 1, 1949. 
Resigned January 28, 1948. 

Mellen C. Greeley, Jacksonville; commissioned July 19", 1943, 
until July 1, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioued Juh' 29, 1947 
until July 1, 1951. 

Russell Pancoast, Miami Beach ; commissioned July 27, 1946, 
until July 1, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned August 8, 
1947 until July 1, 1951. 

Archie G. Parrish, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 20, 
1948, until July 1, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned August 
1, 1947 until July 1, 1951. 

William T. Arnett, Gainesville ; coirimissioned July 22, 1946, 
until July 1, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 37 

MEMBERS BARBER SANITARY COMMISSION 

0. Stanley Outlaw, Miami ; commissioned January 2, 19*46, 
until June 18, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned June 27, 
1947 until June 18, 1951. 

J. Fred Arnold, Jacksonville ; commissioned March 3, 1945, 
until June 18, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned June 24, 

1947 until June 18, 1951. 

Homer Briiikley, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 23, 
1945, until June 23, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned June 
24, 1947 until June 18, 1951. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF BEAUTY CULTURE EXAMINERS 

(First District) 
Kay Boritz, Mel])ourne ; commissioned April 15, 1946, until 
Senate of 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and commissioned June 
24, 1947 until June 27, 1948. Re-commissioned June 28, 1948 
until Senate of 1949. 

(Second District) 
Mary J. Morgan, Orlando; commissioned June 21, 19*47 until 
June 27, 1949. 

(Third District) 
Ruth Brintlinger, Pensacola ; commissioned June 24, 1948 
until Senate of 1949. 

MEMBER STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS 

Otto J. Tonnisen, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 
14, 1946, until January 5, 1949. Resigned January 5, 1948 and 
Heywood A. Dowling, Jacksonville, commissioned January 19, 

1948 until January 5, 19*49. 

Thomas J. Henchey, West Palm Beach ; commissioned 
December 22, 1944, until January 1, 1947. 

W. A. Davis, Tallahassee ; commissioned July 7, 1945, until 
January 15, 1948. Resigned — Joy E. Adams, St. Petersburg; 
commissioned November 26, 1946, until January 15, 1948. Re- 
commissioned January 16, 1948 until January 15, 1951. 



38 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS 

Daniel K. Kirk, Jacksonville; commissioned Sept. 10, 194:8 
until Jnly 12, 1951. 

Geo. M. Coates, Bradenton ; commissioned July 22. 1946, nntil 
July 10, 1949. 

D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee ; commissioned June 1)0, 1947 until 
July 7, 1950. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

A. F. Douglas, Chattahoochee ; commissioned February 5, 
1946, until February 1, 1950. Resigned October 13, 19-47 and 
Reeves F. Wells, Panama City; commissioned January 21, 1948, 
until February 1, 1950. 

Carl T. Elkins, St. Augustine ; commissioned February 28, 
1944, until February 1, 1948. Term expired and C. P. Cleveland, 
Jacksonville; commissioned January 21, 1948, until February 1, 
1951. 

L. L. Anderson, Cocoa ; commissioned January 26, 1948, until 
February 1, 1951. 

A. W. Kellner, Hollywood; commissioned January 21, 1948, 
until February 1, 1951. 

Coleman Brown, Tampa; commissioned February 6, 1946, 
until February 1, 1950. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF ENGINEER EXAMINERS 

•T. Wylly Keck, Miami; commissioned July 14, 1948, until 
July 1, 1952. 

Robert M. Angas, Jacksonville; commissioned July 11, 1945, 
until July 1, 1949-. 

H. D. Mendenhall, Tallahassee ; commissioned July 7, 1947, 
until July 1, 1951. 

Alexander Blair, Lake Placid ; commissioned August 3, 1948, 
until July 1, 1952. 

Joseph Weil, Gainesville ; commissioned July 3, 1947, until 
July 1, 1951. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 39 

BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN BASIC SCIENCES 

E. Morton Miller, Coral Gables; commissioned November 23, 
1946, until September 9, 1950. 

Paul Vestal, West Palm Beach ; commissioned October 5, 

1946, until September 25, 1950. 

Robert S. Bly, Lakeland ; commissioned September 10, 1943, 
until September 10, 1947. 

Mary Noka Hood, Tallahassee ; commissioned September 27, 

1947, until Sept. 12, 19-51. 

Mark Worth Emmel, Gainesville ; commissioned October 10, 
1945, until September 10, 1949. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY 

H. C. Bumpous, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 21, 1945, 
until May 29, 1949. 

G. T. Newberry, Panama City; commissioned June 27, 1947, 
until June 12, 1951. 

R. R.. Bradford, Miami Beach; commissioned July 1, 1948, 
until July 2, 1952. 

W. F. Davey, Daytona Beach; commissioned June 28, 1948, 
until May 5, 1949. 

J. M. Morqus, Arcadia; commissioned August 5, 1946, until 
May 29, 19-50. 

STATE BOARD OP EXAMINERS OF NURSES 

Kathryii Gutwald, West Palm Beach ; commissioned August 
27, 1945, until August 21, 1949. 

Euraden Stafford, Miami ; commissioned August 23, 1948 
until August 30, 1952. 

Mrs. Audrey J. Douglass, Gainesville ; commissioned October 
14, 1948, until September 5, 1951. 

Delcie Fay Carson, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 13, 
1945, until September 9, 1949. 

Dorothy O'Brien, Pensacola ; commissioned November 13, 
1945, until August 20, 1949. 



40 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 

State at Large 
T. M. Lloyd, Pensacola; commissioned June 19, 1947, until 
July 17, 1M9. 

First District 
T. J. Beggs, Jr., Madison; commissioned June 18, 1947, until 
July 23, 1949. 

Second District 
W. Ray Highsmitli, Jacksonville; commissioned July 21, 1947. 
until July 18, 1950. 

Third District 
E'. C. Grissom, Jr., Kissimmee; commissioned July 29, 1947, 
until Senate of 1949. 

Fourth District 
Fred C. Kelley, Plant City ; commissioned June 26, 1947, until 
July 25, 1948. Re-commissioned July 28, 1948, until Senate of 
1949. 

Fifth District 
J. B. Fannin, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 3, 1947 
until July 22, 1948. Re-commissioned July 28, 1948 until Senate 
of 1949. 

MEMBERS GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation and Sec. 30 of Art. 4 Con- 
stitution). 

First District 
Cecil M. Webb, Tampa; commissioned April 27, 1948, until 
Senate of 1949. 

Second District 
Milton H. Baxley, Gainesville ; commissioned August 21, 1948, 
until Senate of 1949. 

Third District 
Louis G. Morris, Monticello ; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 30, 1947, until January 6, 1952. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 41 

Fourth District 

J. W. Corbett, Ft. Pierce ; confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 19, 1947, until January 5, 1950. 

Fifth District 

Ellis F. Davis, Kissimmee; confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 19, 1947, until January 5, 1949. Term 
expired. Lawrence Rogers, Kissimmee; commissioned January 
15, 1949, until Senate of 1949'. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 

State at Large 
H. Plant Osborne, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 5, 1946, 
until June 30, 1949. 

First Congressional District 

Parker Holt, Ft. Myers ; commissioned October 16, 1947, until 
October 1, 1950. 

J. M. Allison, Tampa; commissioned September 27, 1946, 
until August 11, 1949. 

Second Congressional District 

Clarence M. Brown, Lake City ; commissioned January 5, 19*49, 
until August 5, 1951. 

Selden F. Waldo, Gainesville ; commissioned August 22, 1944, 
until August 10, 1948. 

Third Congressional District 

John T. Wigginton, Tallahassee; commissioned October 13, 
1947, until October 5, 1950. 

William Fisher, Pensacola ; commissioned July 12, 1946, until 
August 15, 1949. 

Fourth Congressional District 

Alfred Green, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 6, 1947, 
until August 10, 1951. 

Ralph H. Ferrell, Miami; commissioned October 29, 1943, 
until October 31, 1946. Recommissioned December 6, 1946, 
until October 31, 1949. 



42 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OP MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Homer Pearson, Miami; commissioned July 17, 1944, until 
July 4, 1948. Re-commissioned August 12, 19'48, until July 4, 
1952. 

James S. Borland, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 28, 1947, 
until July 13, 1950. 

Joseph B. Kollar, Miami; commissioned August 4, 1947, until 
July 5, 1951. 

I. W. Chandler, Avon Park ; commissioned July 28, 1947, until 
July 5, 1951. 

Frank Gray, Orlando; commissioned August 1, 1947, until 
July 5, 1951. 

Robt. G. Nelson, Tampa; commissioned July 15, 1948, until 
July 5, 1952. 

Harold D. VanSchaick, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 
2, 1944, until July 5, 1948. Term expired and W. C. Thomas, 
Gainesville ; commissioned August 2, 1948, until July 5, 1952. 

J. C. Davis, Quincy; commissioned July 12, 1945, until July 
5, 1949. 

S. G. Hollingsworth, Bradenton; commissioned July 24, 1945, 
until July 21, 1949. 

Howard G. Holland, Leesburg; commissioned July 14, 1945, 
until July 5, 1949. 

STATE BOARD OF NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS 

Roy B. Walsingham, Tampa; commissioned July 18, 1945, 
until July 16, 1949. 

Chas. H. Damsel, Apopka ; commissioned September 17, 1943, 
until July 15, 1946. Term expired. C. F. Turner, Winter Park ; 
commissioned October 23, 1946, until July 15, 1950. 

Rex Smith, Jacksonville ; commissioned July 2, 1947, luitil 
July 15, 1951. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 43 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC 
MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Kiehard S. Berry, St. Petersburg; commissioned September 
14. 1945, until July 29, 1948. Re-eoramissioned July 28, 1948, 
until July 29, 1951. 

Armin R. Frank, Marianna; commissioned September 1, 1945, 
until July 29, 1951. 

Charles C. Tindall, Kissimmee ; commissioned August 17, 1946, 
until August 11, 1949. 

H. B. Merner, Jacksonville ; commissioned November 2, 1944, 
until August 16, 1947. 

James J. McCormick, Miami ; commissioned September 3, 
1946, until August 20, 1949. 

R. L. Johnston, Sebring; commissioned August 31, 1944, until 
August 25, 1947. 

STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY 

R. Q. Richards, Ft. Myers; commissioned June 15, 1946. until 
July 20, 1950. 

Geo. I. Martin, Tallahassee ; commissioned September 14, 1948, 
until July 30, 1952. 

J. K. Atwood, Jacksonville; commissioned Sept. 16, 1948, until 
July 7, 1952. 

C. G. Hamilton, Pompano; commissioned June 30, 1945, until 
July 7, 1949. 

Donald S. Evans, Orlando ; commissioned July 2, 1945, until 
July 18, 19-49. 

STATE BOARD OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXAMINERS 

Repealed by Chapt. 23699 Acts of 1947. 

W, L. Courson, Daytona Beach ; commissioned October 16, 
1943, until September 21, 1946. 

Howard F. Mohr, St. Petersburg ; commissioned October 14, 
1943, until September 21, 1946. 



44 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Carl W. Blakeslee, Tampa; commissioned August 29, 1944. 
until September 20, 1947. 

George C, Brown, Jacksonville ; commissioned April 2, 1945. 
until September 20, 1947. 

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

FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 

J. L. Hearin, Tampa ; commissioned July 8, 1944, until July 
27, 1947. Resigned June 23, 1947. John R. Wright, Lakeland : 
commissioned August 21, 1948, until July 27, 19-52. 

P. Clyde Reese, Jacksonville; commissioned November 17, 
1945, until July 27, 1948. Resigned May 5, 1947. H. Bryant Mer- 
ritt, Jacksonville ; commissioned August 21, 1948, until July 
27, 1950. 

0. P. Swope, Orlando; commissioned August 1, 1946, until 
July 26, 1949. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS 

C. E. Dee, Hollywood; commissioned December 4, 1948, until 
September 26, 1952. 

H. C. Nichols, Ocala ; commissioned November 23, 1947, until 
September 21, 1951. 

C. Paul Vickers, Tallahassee ; commissioned October 16, 194.3. 
until September 15, 1949. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 45 

OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, SUPERVISORS, 
INSPECTORS BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

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

UNITED STATES SENATORS 
C. 0. Andrews, Orlando; term expired Jauuarj^ 3, 1941. Re- 
elected November 5, 1940, for six years from January 7, 1941. 
Term expires January 3, 1947. Deceased and Spessard L. 
Holland, Bartov^^ commissioned September 25, 1946 for the 
unexpired term. Elected November 5, 1946 and commissioned 
for the term of six years from January 7, 1947. 

Claude Pepper, Tallahassee. Re-elected November 8, 1938, 
for six years, from January 3, 1939. Term expires January 3, 
1945. Re-elected November 7, 1944 for six years. 

REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 

First Congressional District — J. Hardin Peterson, Lakeland ; 
Re-elected November 7, 1944 for 2 years. Re-elected November 
5, 1946 for 2 years. Re-elected November 1948 for 2 years. 

Second Congressional District — Emory H. Price, Jackson- 
ville. Re-elected November 7, 1944 for 2 years. Re-elected 
November 5, 1946 for 2 years. Term expired. Chas. E. Bennett, 
Jacksonville, elected November 1948 for 2 years. 

Third Cougressional District — Bob Sikes, Crestview. Re- 
elected November 7, 1944 for 2 years. Re-elected November 5, 
1946 for 2 years. Re-elected November 1948 for 2 years. 

Fourth Congressional District — Geo. Smathers, Miami, elected 
November 5, 1946 for 2 yeai-s. Re-elected November 1948 for 2 
years. 

Fifth Cougressional District — Joe Hendricks, DeLaud. Re- 
elected November 7, 1944 for 2 years. Re-elected November 5, 
1946 for 2 years. Term expired. A. S. (Syd) Herlong, Leesburg, 
elected November 1948 for 2 vears. 



46 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sixtli ("oiigressioiial District — Dwiglit L. Rogers, Ft. Lauder- 
dale. Elected Novembei- 7, 1944 for 2 years. Re-elected Novem- 
ber 5, 1946 for 2 years. Re-elected November 1948 for 2 years. 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS 

AVill)ui' (". Jviiig, Zolfo Springs; elected November 5, 1946 
for 4 years. 

Jeri'y W. Carter, Tallahassee; term expired January 3, 1943. 
lie-elected Novembei- 3, 1942 for four years fi-om January 3, 
1943. Re-elected November 5, 1946 for 4 years. 

W. B. (Babe) Douglass, Tallahassee; elected November 1944 
for 4 years. Deceased and Richard A. Mack, Tallahassee ; com- 
missioned September 16. 1947 until 1st Tuesday after 1st IVIon- 
day in January 1949". Re-elected Novendier 1948 for 4 years. 

SUPERVISOR OF CONSERVATION 

J. T. Hurst, Tallahassee; commissioned Januai'y 2, 1945, 
pursuant to provisions of Chapter 16178, Laws of 1933. Term 
expired. Geo. Vathis, Apalachicola ; connnissioned January 5, 
li>49, pursuant to the provisions of Chap. 16178, Laws of 1933. 

ADVERTISING COMMISSION 
Subject to Senate Confirmation 

First Congressional District 
Perry Marsh, St. Petersburg, commissioned Aug. 1, 1945 
until Senate of 194'^. Re-commissioned Julj- 14, 1947 until 
Senate of 1949. 

k^econd Congressional District 
J. L. Cart Wright, Jacksonville, commissioned Aug. 1, 1945 
until Senate of 1947. Re-commisisoned July 21, 1947 until 
Senate of 1949. 

Third Congressional District 
Braden Ball, Pens^cola, commissioned Aug. 1, 1945 until 
Senate of 1947. Re-commissioned July 29, 1948 until Senate 
of 1949. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 47 

Fourth Congressional District 
James T. Larrimore, Miami, commissioned Aug. 1, 1945 until 
Senate of 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and Re-eommissioned 
Aug. 6, 1947 until Aug. 1, 1948. 

Fifth Congressional District 
J. Saxton Lloyd, Daytona Beach, commisisoned Aug. 1, 1945 
until Senate of 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and Re-commis- 
sioned June 26, 1947 until Aug. 1, 1949. 

Sixth Congressional District 
James A. Ball, Jr., Belle Glade, commissioned Aug. 17, 1945 
until Senate of 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and re-commis- 
sioned June 24, 1947 until Aug. 17, 1949. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 

F. N. K. Bailey, DeSoto City, commissioned Dec. 29, 1947 
for 1 year. Re-commissioned July 6, 1948 until July 1, 1952. 

Mrs. Clara M. Beckham, commissioned Jan. 5, 1948 for 1 year. 
Re-commissioned July 19, 1948 until July 1, 1952. 

Marion T. Gaines, Pensacola, commissioned Dec. 18, 1947 
for 2 years. 

Al B. Block, Tallahassee, commissioned Feb. 21, 1948 for 

2 years. 

E. A. Pearce, Barto-\v, commissioned Dec. 19. 1947 for 3 years. 
Albert W. Litschgi, Tampa, commissioned Jan. 3, 1948 for 

3 years. 

Allen C. Grazier, St. Petersburg, commissioned Dec. 22. 1947 
for 4 years. 

ADVISORY HOSPITAL COUNCIL 

Wilson T. Sowder, State Health Officer, Ex Officio. 

W. E. Arnold, Jaclisonville, term expires Sept. 3, 1948. 

Harrison A. Walker, Miami, term expires Sept. 2, 1949. 

T. R. Smith, Quincy, term expires Aug. 27, 1950. 

L. B. Anderson, Winter Haven, term expires Sept. 2, 1950. 

Oscar W. Gilbert, St. Petersburg, term expires Sept. 8, 1951. 

W. C. Payne, Pensacola, term expires Sept. 2. 1951. 



48 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION 
(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

J. T. Hurst, Tallahassee, Supervisor of Conservation, Ex 
Officio. Term expired. 

George Vathis, Apalachicola, Supervisor of Conservation, 
Ex Officio. 

Ralph P. Fancher, St. Augustine, term expires Senate of 
1949. 

DIRECTOR BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT 

James J. Voeelle, Tallahassee ; commissioned January 2, 1945, 
until 1st Monday in January 1949. Term expired and Lewis 
Schott, Daytona Beach, commissioned January 5, 1949 until 1st 
Monday in January, 1953. 

BUDGET DIRECTOR 

Terry C. Lee, Tallahassee, resigned, and Homer C. Graham 
commissioned December 11, 1946 ; term expires pleasure of 
Governor. 

HOTEL COMMISSION 

J. Lee Ballard, Tallahassee ; commissioned December 19, 1945, 
until 1st Monday in January 1949. Term expired. James T. Lau- 
don, Jacksonville; commissioned January' 12, 1949, until 1st 
Tuesday after 1st Mondaj^ in January, 1953. 

STATE MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION 

Geo. Asbell, Blountstown ; commissioned January 2, 1945, 
until January 1949. Resigned August 4, 1947. John Kilgore, 
Tallahassee; commissioned August 4, 1947 until 1st Tuesday 
after 1st Monday in Januarj^ 1949. Term expired and Arcli 
Livingston, Tallahassee; commissioned January 5, 1949, until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 49 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OVERSEAS ROAD 
AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT 

Louis C. Brinton, Key West, commissioned June 27, 1947 
until July 6, 1949. Deceased and Aquillino Lopez, Key West, 
commissioned Nov. 9, 1948 until Senate of 1949. 

Wm. H. DeMerritt, Key AVest, commissioned June 27, 1947 
until July 6, 1949. Deceased and Tucker Gibbs, Key West, com- 
missioned Feb. 2, 1948 until Senate of 1949. 

W. R. Porter, Key West, commissioned June 26, 1947 until 
July 8, 1949. 

Edwin F. Trevor, Key West, commissioned Oct. 13, 1947 
until July 6, 1949. 

Earl Adams, Key West, commissioned July 29, 1947 until 
July 6, 1949. Resigned December 31, 1948. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Ralph C. Henson, Daytona Beach, commissioned Aug. 13, 
1947 until May 23, 1951. 

Jerome A. Burgman, Daytona Beach, commissioned August 
1. 1945, until May 23, 1949. 

J. K. Lawrence, Ormond Beach, commissioned July 26, 1945, 
until May 23, 1947. 

J. H. Howard, Daytona Beach, commissioned July 18, 1945, 
until May 23, 1949. 

B. M. Beach, Holly Hill, commissioned July 24, 1945, until 
May 23, 1949. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

BROWARD 

L. H. Fitzsimmons, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned Oct. 4, 
1945 until Senate of 1947. 



50 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COLLIER 

AV. H. Turner, Everglades, commissioned June 26, 1947 until 
Aug. 21, 1949. 

DADE 

Cason Ives, Ojus, commissioned July 25, 1947 until Oct. 2, 
1949. 

HENDRY 

E, M. Cornette, Clewiston, confirmed by the Senate June 6, 
1947 and commissioned June 19, 1947 until Feb. 7, 1949. 

GLADES 

W. B. Norton, Moore Haven, confirmed by the Senate June 

6, 1947 and commissioned June 20, 1947 until Feb. 8, 1949. 

HIGHLANDS 

N. B. Jackson, Venus, commissioned June 27, 1947 until Aug. 

7, 1949. 

MARTIN 

0. D. Hataway, Indiantown, confirmed by the Senate June 
6, 1947 and commissioned June 20, 1947 until Aug. 7, 1949. 

MONROE 

Thomas S. Caro, Key West, confinned by the Senate and 
commissioned June 26, 1941, for a term beginning June 6, 1941, 
and ending August 28, 1941. Resigned July 23, 1942. 

OKEECHOBEE 

S. R. Raifsnider, Okeechobee, confirmed by the Senate June 
6, 1947 and commissioned June 19, 1947 until Aug. 7, 1949. 

PALM BEACH 

C. M. Green, West Palm Beach, commissioned September 
26, 1945 until Aug. 15, 1949. 

ST. LUCIE 
Dr. T. 0. Bishop, Ft. Pierce, commissioned June 26. 1947 
until Aug. 7, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 51 

COMMISSIONERS UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION 

R. A. Henderson, Jr., Ft. Myers, confirmed by Senate April 
16, 1947 and commisisoned April 30, 1947 until June 5, 1951. 

Edward McCarthy, Jr., Jacksonville, confirmed by the Senate 
April 16, 1947 and commissioned May 29, 1947 until June 5, 
1951. 

R. K. Lewis, West Palm Beach, confirmed by the Senate 
April 16, 1947 and commissioned May 2, 1947 until June 5, 1951. 

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK COMMISSION 

Gilbert Leach, Leesburg, Managing Director, commissioned 
March 5, 1945 for 4 years. 

A. B. Michael, Wabasso, commissioned April 8, 1946 until 
April 8, 1950. 

Harold Colee, Jacksonville, commissioned April 9, 1946 until 
April 9, 1950. 

Albert H. Blanding, Tallahassee, commissioned April 9, 1946 
until April 9, 1950. 

Mrs, Gillen McClure, Apopka, commissioned April 10, 1946 
until April 10, 1950. 

Leonard K. Thompson, Miami, commissioned April 10, 1946 
until April 10, 1950. 

Fayette Holland, Jacksonville, commissioned April 11, 1946 
until April 11, 1950. 

K. Kennard Johnson, Miami, commissioned April 11, 1946 
until April 11, 1950. 

Dr. E. C. Luasford, Miami, commissioned April 11, 1946 until 
April 11, 1950. 

Joe Hall, Tallahassee, commissioned April 11, 1946 until 
April 11, 1950. 

Mrs. T. V. Moore, Miami, commissioned May 16, 1946 until 
May 16, 1950. 

John D. Pennekamp, Miami, commissioned April 12, 1946 
until April 12, 1950. 



52 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Carl Hanton, Ft. Myers, commissioned November 14, 1946 
until November 14, 1950. 

John H. Perry, Palm Beach, commissioned April 12, 1946 
until April 12, 1950. Kesigned December 16, 1946. 

Carl Brorein, Tampa, commissioned April 12, 1946 until 
April 12, 1950. 

D. Graham Copeland, Everglades, commissioned April 12, 
1946 until April 12, 1950. 

Norberg Thompson, Key West, commissioned April 13, 1946 
until April 13, 1950. 

G. C. Ware, Leesburg, commissioned April 13, 1946 until 
April 13, 1950. 

Richard D. Pope, Winter Haven, commissioned April 18, 
1946 until April 18, 1950. 

Martin Andersen, Orlando, commissioned April 18, 1946 
until April 18, 1950. 

August Burghard, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned April 17, 
1946 until April 17, 1950. 

A. Clifton Johnson, Pensacola, commissioned April 19, 1946 
until April 19, 1950. 

Mrs. Joseph L. Gray, Lake City, commissioned April 22, 
1946 until April 22, 1950. 

Mrs, W. S. Jennings, Jacksonville, commissioned April 22, 
1946 until April 22, 1950. 

Karl Bickel, Sarasota, commissioned April 22, 1946 until 
April 22, 1950. 

Nelson P. Poynter, St. Petei-sburg, commissioned April 26. 
1946 until April 22, 1950. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES 
DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

W. Dewey Hilsabeck, Miami, commissioned November 13. 
1944 until June 4, 1947. 

Louis Fisher, Pompano, commissioned September 16, 1946 
until June 5, 1950. Resigned Jan. 13, 1949. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 53 

R. L. (Sam) Chastain, Canal Point, commissioned November 
14, 1944 until June 6, 1947. Resigned Jan. 6, 1949 and W. B. 
Leak, "West Palm Beach, commissioned Jan. 13, 1949 until June 
6, 1950. 

T. J. Durrauce, Brighton, commissioned November 24, 1945, 
until June 10, 1949. Re,signed Jan. 6. 1949 and Stacy Rogers, 
Okeechobee, commissioned Jan. 13, 1949 until June 10, 1949. 

James E. Beardsley, Clewiston, commissioned September 14, 
1946 until June 10, 1950. Resigned Jan. 6, 1949 and Broward 
McDaniel, Moore Haven, commissioned Jan. 13, 1949 until 
June 10, 1950. 

FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION 

State at Large 

(Grower) John A. Snively, Winter Haven, commissioned May 

30, 1946 until May 31, 1948. Re-commissioned June 11, 1948 
until May 31, 1950. 

(Shipper) R. A. Fender, Orlando, commissioned June 4, 1946 
until May 31, 1948. Re-commisisoned June 14, 1948 until May 

31, 1950. 

(Grower) L. S. Andrews, Cocoa, commissioned May 27, 1946 
until May 31, 1948. Re-commissioned June 12, 1948 until May 
31, 1950. 

District One 

(Grower) C. C. Commander, Tampa, commissioned July 26, 
1945 until May 31, 1947. Re-commissioned May 21, 1947 until 
May 31, 1949. 

District Two 

(Shipper) J. B. Prevatt, Tavares, commissioned June 7, 1946 
until May 31, 1948. Re-commissioned June 12, 1948 until May 
31, 1950. 

District Three 

(Grower) W. E. Bishop, Citra, commissioned July 8, 1946 
until May 31, 1947. Re-commissioned May 30, 1947 until May 
31, 1949. 



54 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

District Four 

(Grower) W. L. Story, Winter Haven, commissioned May 27, 
1946 until May 31, 1948. Resigned Dec. 12, 1947 and Dan L. 
McKinnon, Winter Garden, commissioned June 14, 1948, until 
May 31, 1950. 

District Five 

(Shipper) J. J. Schuman, Vero Beach, commissioned June 23, 
1945 until May 31, 1947. Term expired and 0. C. Minton, Ft. 
Pierce, commissioned May 28, 1947 until May 31, 1949. 

District Six 

(Grower) Jeff Flake, Wauchula, commissioned May 30, 1946 
until May 31, 1948. Resigned April 8, 19-47 and Clark Brown, 
Jr., Arcadia, commissioned June 3, 1947 until May 31, 1948. 
Term expired and Jeff Flake commissioned June 12, 1948 until 
May 31, 1950. 

District Seven 

(Shipper) Latt Maxcy, Frostproof, commissioned June 28, 
1945 until May 31, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned May 
28, 1947 until May 31, 1949. 

(Grower) RoUie Tillman, Lake Wales, commissioned July 13, 
1945 until May 31, 1947. Re-commissioned June 5, 1947 until 
May 31, 1949. 

GRAPEFRUIT CANNERS ADVISORY COMMISSION 
( CITRUS COMMISSION) 

H. W. Nelson, Tampa, commissioned September 6, 1945 until 
October 5, 1945. 

L. A. Wheeler, Lake Wales, commissioned December 22, 
1945 until September 29, 1947. 

R. D. Robinson, Orlando, commissioned January 7, 1946 
until September 27, 1947. 

W. W. Giddings, Winter Haven, commissioned August 23, 
1945 until June 29, 1947. 

M. C. Peters, Lake Alfred, commissioned December 22, 1945 
until October 4, 1947. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 55 

FLORIDA CHILDREN'S COMMISSION 

Ex-Officio Members 

State Supt. of Public Instruction 

State Health Officer, 

Chairman Crippled Children's Commission 

Earl Simmons, Plant City, commissioned September 11, 1947 
for 2 j^ears. 

Mrs. L. J. McCafferj!', Miami, commissioned October 13, 1947 
for 2 years. 

Mrs. Marion H. Hart, Winter Park, commissioned October 6, 
1947 for 2 years. 

Ellen Whiteside, Miami, commissioned September 17, 1947 
for 2 years. 

Jay C. Pridham, West Palm Beach, commissioned September 
16, 1947 for 2 years. 

Lincoln C. Bogiie, St. Petersburg, commissioned September 25, 
1947 for 3 years. 

Sybil N. Griffin, Tampa, commissioned September 25, 1947 
for 3 3^ears. 

Mrs. Hamilton Hunt, Tampa, commissioned September 17, 
1947 for 3 years. 

Marcus C. Fagg, Jacksonville, commissioned September 9, 
1947 for 4 years. 

Arthur G. Dozier, Marianua, commissioned September 9, 1947 
for 4 years. 

Paul Leon Manning, Homestead, commissioned September 20, 
1947 for 4 years. 

Margaret Bristol, Tallahassee, commissioned September 15, 
1947 for 4 years. 

Jere Stambaugh, Sr., Auburndale, commissioned November 14, 
1947 for 4 years. 

FLORIDA CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S COMMISSON 

First Congressional District 
Wm. Steitz, Lakeland, commissioned June 16, 1943 until June 
15, 1947. 



56 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Second Congressional District 
P. J. Watson, Jacksonville, commissioned Septeml^er 15, 1944 
until June 23, 1947. 

Third Congressional District 
Sidney P. Levy, Pensacola, commissioned Ma}' 9, 194H until 
June 15, 1949. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Mrs. Alice C. Guyton, Miami, commissioned September 15, 

1945 until June 16, 1949. 

Fifth Congressio7ial District 
J. S. McEwan, Orlando, commissioned October 8, 1947 until 
June 18, 1951. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES FOR INSTITUTE OF 
STATE GOVERNMENT 

Two Year Member 

Harris G. Sims, Lakeland, commissioned July 17, 1946 for 
two years. 

Mrs. Thomas P. Caldwell, Coral Gables, commissioned July 20, 

1946 for two years. 

Three Year Member 

Charles S. Ausley, Tallahassee, commissioned July 15, 1946 
for three years. 

A. C. Blount, Pensacola, commissioned July 12, 1946 for three 
years. 

Four Year Member 

William D. Jones, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned July 12, 
1946 for four years. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY AND PARKS 

J. H. Sherrill, Pensacola, commissioned September 2, 1948 
until August 24, 1952. 

Jack W. Simmons, Tallahassee, commissioned October 22, 1945 
until September 5, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 57 

Henry Camp, Ocala, commissioned October 15, 1946 until 
October 1, 1950. 

A. B. Edwards, Sarasota, commissioned Febi'uary 6, 1948 
until September 17, 1951. 

X. L. Pellicer, St. Augustine, commissioned January 19. 1948 
until September 26, 1951. 

APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL OF THE 
FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 

Representing The Employee 

Al B. Block, Tallahassee, commissioned October 14, 1947 until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1949. 

Hope S. Barber, Tallahassee, commissioned October lo, 1947 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1949. 

Raymond B. Cortadellas, Jacksonville, commissioned October 
9, 1947 until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 19'49. 

R. R. Farr, West Palm Beach, commissioned November 6, 
1947 until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1949. 

H. N. Stephens, Miami, commissioned October 20, 1947 until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1949. 

0. B. Phillips, Jacksonville, commissioned Octoljer 17, 1947 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1949. 

Representing The Employer 

Joe H. Adams, Miami, commissioned November 12, 1947 until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Mondaj' in January 1949. 

W. A. Brinson, St. Petersburg", commissioned October 30, 1947 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1949. 

Ralph Norsworthy, Miami, commissioned November 7, 1947 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 19'49. 

Representing Supervisor of Trade and 
Industrial Education 

H. F. Hinton, Tallahassee, commissioned October 22, 1947 
until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Januai^y 1949. 



58 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 
Chairman 

Carl B. Smith, Tampa, commissioned January 2, 1945 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1949. Term ex- 
pired and Rajmond E. Barnes, Tallahassee, commissioned Jan. 
5, 1949 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1953. 

Meynhers (2) 

Daniel W. Millan, Jacksonville, commissioned January 12, 
1945 until first Tuesday after first Monday, January, 1949. 
Term expired. 

Joe Foley, Foley, commissioned February 14, 1945 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday, January, 1949. Resigned Jan. 1, 

1948 and Conely Brooks, Foley, commissioned Feb. 4, 1948 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1949. Term ex- 
pired and James H. Allen, Pensacola, commissioned Jan. 19, 

1949 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Director Unemployment Compensation Division 
(Under Civil Service) 

Director Employment Division 
(Under Civil Service) 

Board of Review 

A. G. Campbell, Jr., De Funiak Springs, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 3, 1945 until Januarj^ 11, 1949. Term expired. 

J. A, Scarlett, DeLand, commissioned January 1, 1945 until 
January 12, 1947. Term expired and Angus Williams, Tampa, 
commissioned Aug. 30, 1947 until Jan. 12, 1951. 

James B. Chace, Gainesville, commissioned March 27, 1946 
until January 12, 1950. 

FLORIDA BOARD OP MASSAGE 

One Year Member for First Term 

Agnes P. Snedeker, St. Petersburg, commissioned November 
1, 1947 until September 2, 1950. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 59 

Two-Year Member for First Term 
Eric L. Wickman, AYest Palm Beach, commissioned August 
28, 1948 until August 26, 1951. 

Three-Year Member for First Term 
Fred L. Terry, Miami, commissioned March 4, 1946 until 
August 21, 1946. Resigned December 21, 1946, and George 
Warner, commissioned December, 1946 until August 26, 1949. 

FLORIDA MILK BOARD 

Administrator 
L. K. Nichols, Jacksonville, commissioned September 21, 1945 
until May 31, 1949. 

Board of Health 
Wilson T. Sowder, Jacksonville, appointed Ex-Officio mem- 
ber, commissioned February 7, 1947. 

Departme7it of Agriculture 
J. M. Scott, Gainesville, commissioned September 5, 1946 until 
May 30, 1949. 

Producer 
Harry Benson, Boynton, commissioned August 1, 1946 until 
May 30. 1949. 

Distributor 
A. E. Johnson, Jacksonville, commis,sioned July 25, 1946 until 
May 30, 1950. Resigned March 16, 1948 and Henry Schneider, 
Eustis, commissioned April 19, 1948 until May 30, 1950. 

Producer-Distributor 
S. H. Solomon, Quincy, commissioned July 6, 1943 until May 
31, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned November 21, 1947 
until May 31, 1950. 

Not connected with Milk Industry 
Bertha Elliott, Jacksonville, commissioned November 25, 1944 
until May 31, 1948. Term expired. Re-commissioned January 
19, 1949 until May 31, 1952. 



60 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

INSPECTORS, BUREAU OF INSPECTIONS, DEPARTMENT 
OF COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

M. F. McKay, Tampa, commissioned February 9, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Wm. McCarrell, Jacksonville, commissioned February 8, 
1945, at pleasure of Governor. 

Antonio Dibona, Tampa, commissioned February 14, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

P. M. NasAvorthy, Jacksonville, commissioned February 10, 
1945, at pleasure of Governor. 

0. K. Sheffield, Ft. Pierce, commissioned February 12, 1945, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

J. W. Davis, Ocala, commissioned February 19, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

C. A. Peters, Miami, commissioned February 19, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

J. B. Heirs, Miami, commissioned February 16, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Roy R. Roper, Winter Garden, commissioned February 10, 
1945, at pleasure of Governor. 

L. S. Warren, Pompano, commissioned December 16, 1943, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

B. W. Brinson, Madison, commissioned Februaiy 13, 1947, 
at pleasure of the Governor. 

J. A. Johnson, Avon Park, commissioned September 4, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of the Governor. 

Harry E. Bunker, Arlington, commissioned December 18, 
1948, for four years at pleasure of the Governor. 

M. A. Goodson, Lakeland, commissioned December 21, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of the Governor. 

D. J. Poag, Jacksonville, commissioned December 21, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of the Governor. 

H. C. Groff, Palmetto, commissioned December 21, 1948, for 
four years at pleasure of Governor. 

M. M. Gibson, Bagdad, commissioned December 21, 1948, for 
four years at pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 61 

Tom Alderman, St. Petersburg, commissioned December 21, 
1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Gene Acree, Lake Wales, commissioned December 21, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

R. G. Dunn, Tampa, commissioned December 21, 1948, for 
four years at pleasure of Governor. 

J. A. McCauley, Jr., Miami, commissioned December 21, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Paul M. Driggers, Jacksonville, commissioned December 21, 
1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

J. C. Shippey, Jacksonville, commissioned December 29, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Joseph I. Diona, Tampa, commissioned December 29, 1948, 
for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

Howard W. Kinard, Tallahassee, commissioned December 28^ 
1948, for four years at pleasure of Governor. 

A. G. Colcord, Ft. Myers, commissioned February 19, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Thomas B. Newnham, Orlando, commissioned July 14, 1944, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Al G. Smith, Wauchula, commissioned February 11, 1943 
during pleasure of Governor not exceeding a term of four 
years. 

William Fletcher, Leesburg, commissioned April 10, 1944 
during pleasure of Governor not exceeding a term of four 
years. 

0. W. Davis, Gainesville, commissioned May 26, 1944 during 
pleasure of Governor not exceeding a term of four years. 

C. T. Traylor, Blountstown, commissioned June 12, 1944 
during pleasure of Governoi-. 

E. C. Bennett, Oklawaha, commissioned February 12, 1945, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Geo. W. Wilson, Jacksonville, commissioned March 7, 1945, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

W. C. Gibson, Miami, commissioned February 12, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 



62 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

W. W. Strum, Panama City, commissioned February 9, 1945, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Ray L. Hendricks, Jacksonville, commissioned February 9, 

1945, at pleasure of Governor. 

E. B. Green, Ocala, commissioned February 8, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

John Evans, Lake Worth, commissioned February 22, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

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

Walter Freeze, Clearwater, commissioned August 5, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Ross Copeland, Tampa, commissioned February 10, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Geo. W. Mann, Bartow, commissioned March 5, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

P. L. Rollo, Pensaeola, commissioned February 9, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Percy Moody, Palatka, commissioned February 14, 1945, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

A. M. Devaney, Weirsdale, commissioned September 3, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

H. B. Robinson, Miami, commissioned August 23, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Chas. S. Dean, Dunnellon, commissioned Februai-y 20, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Ralph E. Freeman, Belle Glade, commissioned February 18, 

1946, at pleasure of Governor. 

Burtis Simmons, Miami, commissioned February 20, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Thos. J. Mullin, Miami, commissioned February 22, 1946, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Nat Mayo, Ocala, commissioned Februaiy 22, 1946, at pleas- 
ure of GoA^ernor. 

Carl L. Thompson, Tallahassee, commissioned February 27, 
1946, at pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 63 

J. E. Harclwick, West Palm Beach, commissioned March 6, 
1946, at plesaure of Governor. 

AV. E. Whitlock, High Springs, commissioned May 16, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

J. P. Barker, Tallahassee, commissioned April 13, 1946, at 
pleasure of Governor. 

Chas M. Pritchett, Tallahassee, commissioned June 19, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

Lloyd Faircloth, Tallahassee, commissioned June 24, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

W. Ralph Dixon, Winter Garden, commissioned July 31, 1946, 
at pleasure of Governor. 

A. J. Murphy, Kissimmee, commissioned December 30, 1940, 
during pleasure of Governor as Supervising Inspector. 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES, STATE AT LARGE 

James F. Berry, Jacksonville, term expires at pleasure of 
Governor. 

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

E. A. Eggert, Pensacola, 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, EUenton, commissioned May 21, 1946 until 
August 10, 1949. 

Mrs. Eva Gates, Manatee, commissioned May 8, 1946 until 
August 17, 1949. 

Mrs. R. E. Dowling, Bradenton, commissioned May 9, 1946 
until August 10, 1949. 



64 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CONTROL 

Middle Florida 
J. Thomas Gurney, Orlando, commissioned Aiigiist 24, 1945 
until June 27, 1949. 

East Florida 
J. Henson Markham, Jacksonville, commissioned August 16, 
1945 until June 27, 1949. 

South Florida 
M. Luther Mershon, Miami, commissioned January 14, 1944 
until June 27, 1947. Term expired. Hollis Rineheart, Miami, 
commissioned December 20, 1947 until June 27, 1951. 
Middle South Florida 
Thomas W. Bryant, Lakeland, commissioned August 18, 1945 
until June 27, 1949. 

West Florida 
N. B. Jordan, Quincy, commissioned January 15, 1944 until 
June 27, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned December 17, 
1947 until June 27, 1951. 

MEMBERS DADE MEMORIAL PARK COMMISSION 

J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares, commissioned April 4, 1946 until 
September 8, 1949 during pleasure of Governor. Term expired. 
Broward Miller, Bushnell, commissioned October 80, 1948 until 
Sept. 8, 1949, during the pleasure of Governor. 

J. A. Traylor, Sumterville, commissioned April 10, 1946 until 
September 8, 1949 during pleasure of Governor. 

James W. West, Bushnell, commissioned April 12, 1946 until 
September 13, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 

(Subject to confirmation by the Senate) 

William Parr, Tampa, commissioned January' 5, 1946 until 
Senate of 1947. 

Robert Mclver, Jacksonville, commissioned December 14, 1945 
until Senate of 19-47. 

Herbert L. Br3^ans, Pensacola, commissioned January 5, 1946 
until Senate 1947. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 65 

Mark F. Boyd, Tallaliassee, commissioned Nov. 12, 1947 mitil 
Senate of 1949. 

J. E. Edwards, Miami, commissioned Nov. 21, 1947 until 
Senate of 1949. 

FLORIDA STATE IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION 

H. II. Baslcin, Clearwater, eonnnissioned June 29, 1945 until 
June 6, 1949. 

Robert H. Bannerman, Tallahassee, commissioned June 30, 

1945 until June 6, 1949. 

G-eo. G. Gibbs, Jacksonville, commissioned July 13, 1945 until 
June 6, 1949. 

MEMBERS STATE LIBRARY BOARD 

W. Hudson Rogers, Tallahassee, commissioned April 26, 19*46 
until March 17, 1949. 

Kathryn Abbey Hanna, Winter Park, commissioned July 16, 

1946 until March 29, 1950. 

X. L. Pellicer, St. Augustine, eonnnissioned April 11, 1946 
until March 17, 1949. Resigned January 12, 1948. J. E. D. Yonge, 
Pensacola, eonnnissioned March 29, 1948 until September 5, 
1949. 

MEMBERS STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD 

Henry Partin, Kissimmee, commissioned February 15 1945 
until July 31, 1946. Term expired. Re-commissioned Septem- 
ber 10, 1947 until July 31, 1950. 

Dave Turner, Bradley Junction, commissioned September 5, 
1946 until July 31, 19-50. 

C. F. Raulerson, Ft. Pierce, commissioned September 17, 1943 
until July 31, 1947. Term expired. Nathan Holmes, Ft. Pierce, 
commissioned August 27, 1947 until July 31, 1951. 

James II. Bright. Hialeah, commissioned August 11, 1943 until 
July 31, 1947. 

J. O. Pearce, Okeechobee, commissioned September 9, 1946 
until July 31, 1948. Term expired. Re-commissioned October 14, 
1948 until Julv 31, 1952. 



66 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

J. W. Woodward, Quincy, commissioned April 1, 1946 until 
July 31, 1949. Resigned November 16, 1948. John Dn Puis, 
Miami, commissioned December 26, 1948 until Jnly 31, 1949'. 

J. D. Wilbanks, Tampa, commissioned January 3, 1946 until 
July 1, 1949. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OKEECHOBEE 
FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 

Lewis Conant, Ft. J\lyers, commissioned November 8, 1946 
until July 16, 1949. 

G. Carl Adams, Miami Springs, commissioned Xovend)er 12, 
1946 until September 7, 1949. 

F. Deane Duff, Clewiston, coniniissionod Xo\-ember 12, 1946 
until July 13, 1950. 

Russell G. Snow, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned November 
19, 1946 until July 13, 1950. 

Ben Ilerr, West Palm Beach, commissioned November 8, 
1946 until Jnly 23, 1947. Term expired. A. E. Kirchman, West 
Palm Beach, commissioned Jan. 7, 19*48 until Jan. 23, 1951. 

MEMBERS STATE PAROLE COMMISSION 

Francis Rhett Bridjies, Jr., Jacksonville; appoint(^d and 
confirmed by the Senate ^lay 29, 1947 and commissioned June 
10, 1947 until October 6, 1953. 

Joseph Young Chene.v, Tallahassee, commissioned October 6. 
1943 until Oct. 7, 1949. Confirmed by Senate for above jieriod 
May 29, 1947. 

Raymond B. Marsh, Tallahassee, commissioned September 28. 
1945 until October 7, 1951. Confirmed by Senate May 29, 1947 
for a one period. 

MEMBERS STATE PLANNING BOARD 

Merged into the Florida State Improvement Comnussion 
under Sees. 420.01 to 420.11 Fla. Statutes of 1941. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 67 

MEMBERS STATE RACING COMMISSION 

First Co)i(/rcssio)ial DisU-irt 

Thos. 15. Swaim, Winter Haven, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 6, 1945 until first Monday in January, 
1947. Confirmed by the Senate and re-commissioned June 2, 
1947 until first IMonday in January 1949. Term expired. 

Second Congressional District 

Wm. B. Watson, Jr., Gainesville, confirmed by the Senate 
ami commissioned Api'il 23, 1945 until first Monday in Janu- 
ai*y, 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and re-commissioned June 
5, 1947 until first INTonday in January, 1949. Term expired. 

Third Congressional District 

J. D. Johnson. Pensacola, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned May 5, 1945 until first Monday in January, 1947. 
Confirmed by the Senate and le-commissioned May 8, 1947 until 
first Monday in January, 1949. Term expired. 

Fuurtli Congressional District 

Clias. F. BaUlwin, ^liami, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned April 2G, 1945 until first IMonday in January, 1947. 
Confirmed by the Senate and re-commissioned June 20, 19*47 
until first JMonday in Jaiuuiry, 1949. Term expired. 

Fifth Congressional District 

Emil Yde, Leesbuig, confirmed by tiie Senate and commis- 
si(med April 28, 1945 until first Monday in January, 1947. 
Confirmed by the Senate and re-commissioned May 7, 1947 until 
first Monday in January, 1949. Term expired. 

MEMBER STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT 

P^irsi Congressi())ial District 

Courtney Campbell, Dunedin, confinned by the Senate and 
commissioned May 9, 1945 until first Monday in January, 1949. 
Term expired. Alfred A. McKethan, Brooksville, commissioned 
Januarv 5, 1949 until Senate oi 1949. 



68 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Second Congressional Bistrici 

S. Kendrick Gurnsey, Jacksonville, confirmed by the Sen- 
ate and commissioned June 14, 1945 until first Monday in 
January, 1949. Term expired. J. Glover Taylor, Jacksonville, 
commissioned January 5, 19'49 until Senate of ]949. 

Third Congressional Districi 

F. E. Bayless, Tallahassee, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned May 9, 1945 until first Monday in January 1949. 
Term expired. Marion G. Nelson, Piniam;] City, connnissioned 
January 5, 1949 until Senate of 1949. 

Fourth Congressional Districi 

Herman B. Fultz, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned May 14, 1945 until first Monday in Januai-y, 1949. 
Term expired. Merrill P. Barber, Vero Beach, commissioned 
January 5, 1949 until Senate of 1949. 

Fifth Congressional District 

Robt. T. Carleton, Orlando, confirmed by 1he Senate and 
commissioned May 17, 1945 until first Monday in January, 
1949. Term expired. Trusten P. Drake, Jr., Ocala. commissioned 
January 5, 19-49 until Senate of 1949. 

STATE VETERANS COMMISSION 

State at Large 

Norton R. Ganger, Miami, commissioned August 31, 1946 
until August 1, 1950. 

First Congressional District 

V. Ray Judson, Bartow, commissioned August 1, 1945 until 
August 1, 1948. Term expired. Re-commissioned September 16, 
1948 until August 1, 1952. 

Second Congressional District 

George Lawrence Killam, Jacksonville, commissioned August 
1, 1945 until August 1, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned 
October 15, 1947 until August 1, 1951. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 69 

Third Congressional District 

Tom H. Barnett, Marianua, commissioned August 1, 1945, 
until August 1. 1948. Term expired. Re-commissioned September 
17, 1948 until August 1, 1952. 

Fourth Congressional District 

W. R. Simonds. ]\Iiami, commissioned August 1, 1945 until 
August 1, 1949. 

Fifth Congressional District 

W. Carl Ray. Resigned October 1, 1946 and Rupert N. Cavi- 
ness, Ocala, commissioned September 30, 1946 until August 
1, 1947. Term expired. Re-commissioned October 13, 1947 until 
August 1, 1951. 

Sixth Congressional District 

Guy M. Powers, West Palm Beach, commissioned August 1, 
1945 until August 1, 1949. 

MEMBERS STATE WELFARE BOARD 
Commissioner 

Sherwood H. Smith, Jacksonville, commissioned January 7, 
1949, until June 30, 1949. 

WIemliers 

Warren T. Zeuch, Vero Beach, commissioned August 7, 1946, 
until Senate of ]917. Confirmed by the Senate and re-commis- 
sioned May 22, 1947, until July 2, 1950. 

James Warren, Tampa, commissioned August 26, 1946 until 
Senate of 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and re-commissioned 
July 14, 1947, until July 2, 1950. 

John T. Murphy, Pensacola, commissioned September 4, 1945 
until Senate of 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and re-eommis- 
sioned May 17, 1947 until July 2, 1950. 

Emmett Safay, Jacksonville, commissioned and confirmed 
by the Senate June 9. 1943 until July 1, 1947. Confirmed by the 
Senate and re-commissioned May 2, 1947 until July 2, 1951. 



70 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

Mrs. Hollis Rinehart, Coral Gables, commissioned and con- 
firmed by the Senate August 16, 1945 until July 2, 1947. W. 
Clyde Atkins, Miami, commissioned January 15, 1948 until 
Senate of 1949. 

D. W. Ireland, Ft. Myers, commissioned July 16, 1945 until 
Senate of 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and re-commissioned 
June 9, 1947 until July 2, 1948. Ralph Proctor, Tallahassee, 
commissioned December 2, 1948 until Senate of 1949. 

W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach, commissioned December 28, 
1945 until Senate of 1947. Confirmed by the Senate and re-com- 
missioned June 10, 1947 until July 2, 1949. 

DISTRICT BOARD SOCIAL WELFARE 
District No. 1 

Crissie Miller, Bonifay, commissioned December 8, 1948 until 
October 4, 1949 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. F. E. Mitchell, Valparaiso, commissioned November 7, 
1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. William Rosaco, Jr., Pensacola, commissioned April 22, 

1945 until Nov. 5, 1949 during the pleasure of the Governor. 
R. D. Dafi'in, Jr., St. Andrews, commissioned January 25, 

1945, until Jan. 14, 1948. Re-commissioned February 5. 19'48 
until January 14, 1952, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. D. Carroll, Pensacola, commissioned December .3, 1945 until 
July 1, 1949 during the pleasure of tlie Governor. 

Roy L. McLamore, Warrington, commissioned August 27, 

1946 until Aug. 27, 1950. Resigned and W. H. Hill, Pensacola, 
commissioned November 27, 1947 until August 27, 1950, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

Carlos Straughn, Pensacola, commissioned September 19, 

1946 until Sept. 19, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

John W. James^ Panama City, commissioned September 16, 

1946, until September 16, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Govei'uor. 

T. W. Jones, Milton, commissioned December 7, 1946 until 
July 1, 1949 during the pleasure of the Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 71 

D. D. Coleman, Bonifay, commissioned June 3, 1947 until 
October 4, 1949 during- the pleasure of the Governor. 

John E. Creel, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned December 18, 
1947 until March 20, 1951. 

W. G. Foster, Pensacola, commissioned April 3, 1948 until 
September 19, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. M. Engram, Chipley, commissioned January 15, 1949 until 
April 4, 1951 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 2 

Mrs. 0. 0. Mickler, Tallahassee, commissioned February 8, 
1946 until February 11, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

C. L. Eehwinkle, Crawfordville, commissioned August 13, 
1946, until August 13, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

C. Edgerton Patterson, Tallahassee, commissioned January 
16, 1947 until February 4, 1950 during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

R. B. Wells, Blountstown, commissioned March 7, 19*45, until 
]\Iarch 7, 1949 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Parley Shuler, Bristol, commissioned February 14, 1945 until 
February 7, 1946. Term expired and Clark Rankin, Bristol, com- 
missioned July 7, 1948 until February 5, 1950. 

Rev. T. I. Deane, Quincy, commissioned January 30, 1946 
Term expired. Re-commissioned March 14, 1948 until February 
6. 1952 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Eleanor H. Floyd, Apalachicola, commissioned March 27, 
1946. Resigned January 7, 1948 and T. E. Austin, Apalachicola, 
commissioned July 28, 1948 until February 10, 1950 during the 
pleasure of the Governor. 

Sally Puleston Taylor, Monticello, commissioned January 26, 
1946 until Feb. 11, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Robei't E. Belknvs, Port Saint Joe, commissioned March 6, 
1946 until February 24, 1950 during the pleasure of the 
GoA-ernor. 

A. D. Williams, Graceville, commissioned June 12, 19*46 until 
March 5, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 



72 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Rev. M. A. Durant, IMariamia, commissioned February 3, 
1945. Term expired and A. G. Glenn Holley, Marianna, commis- 
sioned November 27, 1948 until March 5, 1950 during the pleas- 
ure of the Governor. 

Mrs. W. N. Faircloth, Quiucy, commissioned February 12, 
1946 until Feb. 12, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 4 

Rachel R. Upham, St. Petersburg-, commissioned October 20, 

1945 until July 1, 1949 during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Mrs. A. B. Endsley, Brooksville, commissioned November 

13, 1945 until November 12, 1949 during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Dr. Grace Whitford Parr, Ozona, commissioned November 
13, 1945 until Npvember 10, 1949" during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Earl B. Edington, St. Petersburg, commissioned September 
18, 1946. Resigned October 26, 1948 and R. P. Marshall, St. 
Petersburg, commissioned December 3, 1948 until September 18, 
1950. 

Alfred P. Marshall, Clearwater, commissioned August 29, 

1946 until August 29, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Harry C. Holt, St. Petersburg, commissioned October 12, 

1946 until October 12, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Geo. B. Wells, Dade City, commissioned September 25, 1946. 
Mrs. W. A. McIMullen, Jr., Largo, commissioned January 29, 

1947 until January 9, 1950 during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Ben Krentzman, Clearwater, commissioned August 1, ]9'47 

until August 29, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Herbert L. Van Ness, Inverness, commissioned Marcli 26, 1948 
until Nov. 10, 1949 during the pleasure of the Governor. Resign- 
ed September 18, 1948 and Hendry D. Bassett, Inverness, com- 
missioned November 10, 1948 until November 10, 1949 during 
the pleasure of the Governor. 

R. Spencer Holdcroft, St. Petersburg, commissioned April 9, 
1948, until October 12, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 73 

District No. 5 

Dr. U. S. Gordon, Gainesville, commissioned ]\[arcli 11, 1946, 
until March 2, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. R. F. Rivers, Lake Butler, commissioned February 2, 
1946 until July 1, 19'49. Resigned April 24, 1947 and Mrs. Joe 
Hill Williams, Lake Butler, commissioned December 16, 1947 
until July 1, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Ida M. Knabb, Macclenu}-, commissioned November 9, 
1945 until September 15, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Nell Allen, Bunnell, commissioned November 9, 1945 until 
November 1, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

L. A. Reynolds, Starke, commissioned December 18, 1942, 
until May 7, 1944 during the pleasure of the Governor. Re- 
signed November 4, 3 946. Term expired. S. E. Sparks, Starke, 
commissioned July 20, 1948 until May 7, 1952 during the pleas- 
ure of the Governor. 

Paul Burns, St. Augustine, commissioned August 14, 1945. 
Term expired and Mrs. Reddiu Britt, St. Augustine, commis- 
sioned August 12, 19'48 until June 14, 1952 during the pleasure 
of the Governor. 

Sarah George Geiger, Green Cove Springs, commissioned 
December 2, 1946 until November 29, 1950, during the pleasure 
of the Governor. 

Mrs. Jean L. B. Burt, Palatka, commissioned December 5, 
1947, until July 16, 1951, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Distnct No. 8 

A. B. Shogren, Sarasota, commissioned May 25, 1946, until 
January 4, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Ma}' D. Durrance, Punta Gorda, commissioned Februarj' 18, 
1946, until December 29, 1949, during the pleasure of the Gov- 
ernor. 

Walker H. Tucker, Bradenton, commissioned February 23, 
1946, until December 29, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 



74 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Howard W. Robarts, Arcadia, commissioned April 13, 1946, 
until February 20, 1950, during- the pleasure of the Governor. 

Sam W. Johnson, Ft. Myers, commissioned March 11, 1946, 
until December 17, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Ralph G. Lott, Wauchula, commissioned March 27, 1946, 
until March 27, 1949. Resigned August 17, 1948. 

C. Parke Anderson, Avon Park, commissioned March 20, 
1946, until February 18, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

J. A. McGliee, Clewiston, commissioned February 8, 1948, 
until January 22, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

M. J. Schultz, Wauchula, commissioned September 12, 1948, 
until March 27, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Robert A. Griffis, Collier City, commissioned November 
21, 1948, until December 29, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

District No. 7 

h. B. Poston, Lutz, commissioned January 25, 1946. until 
October 7, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Glenn Massey, Tampa, commissioned January 18, 1946, 
until September 30, 1949*, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

I. C. Spoto, Tampa, commissioned January 14, 1946, until 
October 6, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

David L. Zielonka, Tampa, commissioned August 12, 1946, 
until August 12, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Gena Hudspeth, Tampa, commissioned September 10, 1946, 
until September 10, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. R. W. Simpson, Tampa, commissioned January 14, 
1946. Resigned May 14, 1946 and Joseph W. Moreland, Tampa, 
commissioned September 21, 1946, until September 29, 1949. 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Rev. A. R. Larrick, Plant City, commissioned March 7, 1946, 
until November 11, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mrs. Ralph A. ]Marsicano, Tampa, commissioned February 
2, 1946, until September 23, 19*49, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 75 

Gettis B. Heudei'soii, Tampa, commissioned January 25, 
1946. until September 23, 1949, during- the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

John W. Moreland, Tampa, commissioned September 21, 
1946 until September 22, 1949. 

District No. 6 

Mrs. M. H. Ellis, Jacksonville, commissioned March 5, 1946, 
until November 12, 1949, during- the pleasure of the Governor. 

Dr. Osmah E. Harrell, Jacksonville, commissioned January 
30, 1946, during- the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned April 
7, 1948. 

Franklin G. Russell, Jacksonville, commissioned December 
18, 1946 until November 14, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

]\Iiranda Yerkes Childress, Jacksonville, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 6, 1946, until November 18, 1949, during the pleasure of 
the Governor. Resigned April 1, 1947. 

Thomas Saleeba, Jacksonville, commissioned Octobei- 14, 
1946 until November 4, 1949. Resigned March 10, 1948. 

Geo. L. Rosborough, Atlantic Beach, commissioned April 25, 
1944. Re-commissioned February 2, 1948, until January 7, 1952, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Nellie M. Cohen, Jacksonville, commissioned January 25, 
1946, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned April 4, 
1947. 

Rev. Richard G. Urban, Jacksonville, commissioned December 
6, 1946 until November 19, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Jacquelin Daniels, Jacksonville, commissioned December 6, 
1946, until December 5, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Edith M. James, Jacksonville, commissioned December 3, 19*46, 
until December 3, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Joseph P. jMallard, Jacksonville, commissioned December 6, 
1946, until December 5, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 



76 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Murial L. Marrln, Jacksonville, commissioned August 28, 

1947, until November 18, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Grovernor. 

Mrs. Roxie Home Merrill, Jacksonville, commissioned Decem- 
ber 1, 1948, until November 11, 1949, during the pleasure of 
the Governor. 

Arthur J. Rosenthal, Jacksonville, commissioned August 24, 

1948, until November 4, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

John H. Mitchell, Jacksonville, commissioned August 24, 1948, 
until December 2, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 9 

Andrew W. Gottschall, Miami, commissioned August 19, 
1946, during the pleasure of the Governor until August 19, 
1950. 

Bernice T. Leffler, Miami, commissioned August 8, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until August 8, 1950. 

Fred B. Hartnett, Miami, commissioned July 20, 1946, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor until July 20, 1950. 

C. Clyde Atkins, Miami, commissioned August 24, 1945, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1949. 

A. L. Reynolds, Miami, commissioned August 4, 1945, during 
the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1949. 

Mrs. Stanley Myers, Miami, commissioned August 4, 1945, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1949. 

Dennis V. Renuart, Coral Gables, commissioned August 4, 
1945, during the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1949. 
Resigned April 11, 1947. 

Troy C. Davis, Miami, commissioned August 2, 1945, duiing- 
the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1949. Resigned June 
11, 1947. 

Mrs. Marie W. Anderson, Miami, commissioned August 9, 
1945, during the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1949. 
Resigned December 8, 1948. 

J. R. Brooks, Homestead, commissioned August 9, 1945, dur- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor until Julj^ 1, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 77 

Mrs. Chas. A. CariuU, Miami, commissioned July 11, 1946, 
(luring- the pleasure of the Governor until July 11, 1950. 

Mrs. Samuel S. McCahill, Miami, commissioned November 4, 
1944, during the pleasure of the Governor until July 1, 1949. 

Stephen A. L^■nch, Jr., Miami, commissioned October 12, 
1946, until October 12, 1950. 

Harry Zukernick. Miami Beaeli, commissioned April 18, 1947, 
until July 1, 1949. 

W. C. Johnson, Miami, commissioned November 26, 1947, 
until July 1, 1949. 

Glenn C. James, Miami, commissioned November 26, 1947; 
until July 1, 1949. 

District No. 10 

Mrs. S. B. Taylor, Vero Beach, commissioned March 21, 1946, 
during- the pleasure of the Governor until March 23, 1950. 

Joe Hill, West Palm Beach, commissioned March 28, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until March 4, 1950. De- 
ceased and Lucille Turnage, West Palm Beach, commissioned 
March 31, 1947, until June 10, 1950. 

H. B. Kraft, Stuart, commissioned March 21, 1946, during 
the pleasure of the Governor until March 2, 1950. 

Mrs. Grady II. Brantley, Lake Worth, commissioned June 17, 
1946, until June 10, 1950. 

Mrs. R. L. Murray, Belle Glade, commissioned June 17, 1946, 
until April 15, 1950. 

Dr. Carl N. Herman. AVest Palm Beach, commissioned June 
19, 1946, until Marcii 31, 1950. Resigned October 6, 1947 and 
Thos. E. Peniek, West Palm Beacii, commissioned October 8, 
1!)47, until March :]1, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

J. B. Evans, Delray Beach, commissioned June 21, 1946, until 
June 21, 1950. 

Blanche 0. WeidnuiUer, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned June 
11, 1946, until July 11, 1950, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 



78 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Chas. H. MacConnell, Key West, commissioned August 20, 

1946, until August 3, 1950, during the pleasure of the Governor. 
Katherine Crockett, Oakland Park, commissioned January 

2, 1947, until October 20, 1949, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

Georgianna Humphries, Hollywood, commissioned January 16, 

1947, until January 16, 1951, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

B. L. Bryan, Ft. Pierce, commissioned Oct. 2, 1947, until 
July 7, 1951. Resigned May 4, 1948 and Mrs. R. C. Boothe, 
Ft. Pierce, commissioned June 21, 1948, until July 7, 1951, 
during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Mi's. Hiram Raulerson, Okeechobee, commissioned December 

3, 1948, until June 30, 1951, during the pleasure of the Governor. 

District No. 11 

Mi's. J. M. Douglas, Wiersdale, commissioned June 18, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until March 21, 1950. 

Nye E. Jordan, Bartow, commissioned October 18, 1945, dui-- 
ing the pleasure of the Governor until November 3, 1948. 

L. C. Sinclair, Winter Haven, commissioned November 19, 

1945, during the pleasure of the Governor until November 13, 
1949. Resigned October 3, 1946. 

Cecil Theus, Leesburg, commissioned ^lay 4, 1946, during 
the pleasure of the Governor until July 24, 1949. 

J. Boyd McLean, Lakeland, commissioned January 30, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 2, 1949. 

Edw. N. Lightfoot, Scott Lake, commissioned January 12, 

1946, during the i)leasure of the Governor until November 3, 
1949. 

Mrs. Scott Turnbull, Winter Haven, commissioned Septem- 
ber 5, 1946, during the pleasure of the Governor until Septem- 
ber 5, 1950. 

Mrs. Virginia Dean, Eustis, commissioned September 6, 1945, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until July 12, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 79 

Merrill M. Slmw, Ocala, commissioned March 28, 1946, during 
the pleasure of the Governor until June 21, 1950. 

Jessie Mae Boring, Wildwood, commissioned August 16, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until June 23, 1950. 

Mrs. Rollie Tilman, Lake Wales, commissioned December 9, 
1948, until December 9. 1952, during the pleasure of the 
Governor. 

District No. 12 

]\Irs. Mary E. Summerlin, Daytona Beach, commissioned 
December 15, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor until 
November 11, 1949. 

Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Kissimmee, commissioned November 23, 

1945. during the pleasure of the Governor until November 20, 
1949. 

John A. Holder, DeLand. commissioned December 3, 1945, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 22, 1949. 

Eldridge Hart, Orlando, commissioned December 14, 1945, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until November 22, 1949. 

Elizabeth R. Fawsett, Orlando, commissioned August 31, 1946, 
during the pleasure of Governor until August 31, 1950. 

Geo. I. FuUerton, New Smyrna, conunissioned January 24, 

1946, during the pleasure of the Goveraor until December 1, 
1949. 

William F. Cappleman, Winter Garden, commissioned No- 
vember 26, 1945, during the jjleasure of the Governor until No- 
vember, 19 1949. 

Ruth M. Maguire, Orlando, coiumi.ssioned January 23, 1946, 
diiring the pleasure of the Governor until November 25, 1949. 

Mary Holler, iSanfoixl. commissioned Maj' 8, 1946, during 
the pleasure of the Governor until March 6, 1949. 

James F. MacMillan, Cocoa, commissioned April 25, 1946, 
during the pleasure of the Governor until April 25, 1950. 

H. W. Barnum, Winter Park, commissioned August 16, 1948, 
until November 22, 1949, during the pleasure of the Governor. 



80 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND 

Ex-Officio Member 

W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach. 

Two-Year Members 

E. B. Brandt, St. Petersburg, commissioned December 18, 
1943 until November 19, 1947. Re-commissioned November 5, 
1947 until November 19, 1951. 

W. Keith Phillips, Miami, commissioned December 21, 1943 
until November 18, 1947. Re-commissioned Nov< mber 10, 1947 
until Nov. 18, 1951. 

Four-Year Members 

Calvin L. Todd, Pensacola, commis.sioned April 30, 1946 until 
November 21, 1949. 

D. R. (Billy) Matthews, Gainesville, commissioned April 22, 
1946 until November 21, 1949. Resigned October 4, 1948 and 
Wm. Catlin, Jacksonville, commissioned December 22, 1948 
until November 21, 1949. 

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 
Florida Statutes, 1941. 

Miss Florence Corrington, Miami, commissioned June 18, 
1934; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 
Florida Statutes, 1941. 

Mrs. Carl W. Hill, Tampa, commissioned January 21, 1936 ; 
term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Florida 
Statutes, 1941. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNOR 

John T. Wigginton commissioned January 2, 1945, during 
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 1, 1946, 
and James Edward Straughii commissioned December 1, 1946, 
during pleasure of Governor. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 81 

STATE AUDITOR AND ASSISTANTS 
State Audifor 

Bryan Willis, Tallahassee, commissioned August 5, 1943 until 
August 13, 1947. Re-commissioned September 3, 1947 until 
August 13, 1951. 

Assistants 

A. J. Henry, Tallahassee, commissioned July 27, 1943 until 
July 5, 1947. Re-comrai,ssioned August 6, 1947 until December 
4. 1952. 

W. R. England, Inverness, commissioned April 20, 1945 until 
December 4, 1948. Re-commissioned August 4, 1947 until June 
30, 1951. 

W. G. Hendricks, Tallahassee, commissioned November 12, 
1943, until June 30, 1947. Re-commissioned August 4, 1947 
until June 30, 1951. 

A. P. Ashby, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned August 2, 1944 
until August 2, 1948. Re-commissioned August 27, 1948 until 
August 2, 1952. 

J. M. Cooley, Tallahassee, commissioned July 20, 1943 until 
June 30, 1947. Re-commissioned August 13, 1947 until June 
30, 1951. Resigned and retired September 1, 1947. W. 0. Gen- 
try, St. Petersburg, commissioned September 21, 1948 until 
June 30, 1951. 

W. Y. Mickle, Tallahassee, commissioned February 5, 1944 
until September 11. 1946. Resigned September 1, 1947. 

George T. Nunez, Tallahassee, commissioned Septembei- 17, 
1943 until June 30, 1947. Re-commissioned August 4, 1947 
until June 30, 1951. 

W. M. Abnernthy, Tallahassee, commissioned April 20, 1945 
until December 17, 1948. Re-commissioned January 3, 1949 
until December 17, 1952. 

W. B. Johnson, Tallahassee, commissioned April 20, 1945 
until January 4, 1949. 

John F. Bergert, Tallahassee, commissioned May 6, 1946 until 
May 6, 1950. 



82 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE CHEMIST 
J. J. Taylor, Tallahassee, term expires August 4, 1949. 

ASSISTANT STATE CHEMISTS 

Nails Berrymaii, Tallahassee, commissioned April 16, 1940 
until September 6, 1943. Term expired. Re-commissioned Septem- 
ber 2, 1943 until September 6, 1947. Re-commissioned Decem- 
ber 16, 1947 until September 7, 1951. 

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. 

Deceased. 

STATE HEALTH OFFICER 

Wilson T. Sowder, Pensacola, commissioned September 6, 
1945, until September 11. 1949. 

STATE LABOR INSPECTOR 

Fred Morris, Miami, term expires December 21, 1946. phiced 
under Industrial Commission. 

STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER 

L. Neil Rhodes, Jacksonville, commissioned June 6, 1946 
until June 6, 1948. Re-commissioned June 15, 1948 until June 
6, 1950. 

SHIP CANAL AUTHORITY 

SHIP CANAL NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(Same Members as Ship Canal Authority) 

C. P. Summerall, Eustis, commissionetl August 24, 1945 until 
June 5, 1949. 

Walter F. Coachman, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned August 
24, 1945 until June 5, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 83 

Rush H. Todd, Ocala, commissioned Aug-ust 24, 1945 until 
June 5, 1949. 

Harry B. Rogers, Cedar Key, commissioned August 24, 1945 
until June 5, 1949. 

J. W. Campbell, Palatka, commissioned August 24, 1945 
until June 5, 1949. 

STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

Mrs. W. A. Saunders, White Springs, commissioned July 15, 
1946 until August 23, 1948. Re-commissioned Oct. 2, 1948 until 
August 23, 1952. 

Joseph A. Cawthon, Orlando, commissioned July 31, 1946 
until August 22, 1948. Re-commissioned September 9, 1948 until 
August 22, 1952. 

J. E. Fenn, Miami, commissioned July 24, 1946 until August 
29, 1948. Deceased Earl Brown, DeLand, commissioned Sep- 
tember 9, 1948 until August 28, 1952. 

Armstead Brown, Tallahassee, commissioned May 24, 1947 
until August 28, 1948. 

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

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMSSIONERS POLICE OFFICERS 
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. Cushing, Marianna, commissioned September 4, 1941, 
for two years. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Albert Simpson, Miami Beach, commissioned March 14, 1946 
until January, 1948. 



84 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

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

Sixth Congressional District 
James T. Lane, Hollywood, commissioned October 23, 1945 
until January 23, 1946. 

MEMBERS SPECIAL BUILDING COMMISSION FOR ERECTION 
AND FURNISHING SUPREME COURT BUILDING 

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

Thomas Jean lOllis, 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 OGL 1927. 354.01 to 354.07 Fhi. 
Statutes 1941. 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 

J. E. Brown, Tampa, term expires February 9, 1949. 
J. W. Lindsey, Jacksonville, term expires February 9, 1949. 
W. S. Entzminger, Tampa, term expires March 29, 1949. 
J. K. Whitley, Ocala, term expires April 18, 1949. 
Henry Richardson, High Springs, term expires July 25, 1949. 
J. C. Graham, Sanford, term expires July 25, 1949. 
B. T. Hatfield, Tampa, term expires July 25, 1949. 
M. M. DesChamps, Wilmington, N. C, term expires July 25, 
1949. 

W. P. Ridout, Tampa, term expires July 25, 1949. 
J. R. Kemp, Ocala, term expires August 28, 1949. 
L. E. Carlton, Tampa, term expires March 19, 1949. 
K. K. Stokes, Orlando, term expires April 7, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 85 

E. E. Wheeler, Jacksonville, term expires September 3, IQ^S. 
R. V. Simmons, Tampa, term expires December 19, 1949. 

A. B. Rogers, Tampa, term expires March 4, 1950. 

B. L. O'Briant, Jacksonville, term expires May 20, 1950. 

C. E. Bass, Tampa, term expires April 4, 1950. 

B. W. Bedenbaugh, High Springs, term expires June 4, 1950. 
W. D. Embry, Lakeland, term expires June 4, 1950. 

F. D. Harrison, Jacksonville, term expires June 6, 1950. 
M. L. Fisher, Jacksonville, term expires July 6, 1950. 

S. S. Duncan, Ft. Myers, term expires September 3, 1950. 

A. "W. Clardy, Ocala, term expires Oct. 30, 1950. 

E. M. Brown, Jacksonville, term expires December 18, 1950. 

FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILROAD 

Hervey P. Boone, St. Augustine, term expires May 6, 1950. 

G. S. Wakely, St. Augustine, term expires August 22, 1949. 
R. M. Mehaffey, Miami, term expires March 3, 1949. 

S. J. Berr3% South Jacksonville, term expires July 9, 1949. 
G. S. Nailing, Miami, term expires July 9, 1949. 
W. A. Bader, Miami Beach, term expires September 29, 1950. 
J. P. Anderson, Jacksonville, term expires February 19, 1950. 
Oscar T. Silcox, Jacksonville, term expires May 16, 1950. 
Luther Hall, Miami, term expires July 5, 1950. 

JACKSONVILLE TERMINAL COMPANY 

T. W. Parsons, Jr., Jacksonville, term expires May 11, 1949. 
H. A. Tyer, Jacksonville, term expires July 24, 1949. 
Nelson Wood, Jacksonville, term expires October 20, 1948. 
J. A. Stone, Jacksonville, term expires October 19, 1948. 
P. H. Caine, Jacksonville, term expires November 18, 1948. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY COMPANY 

E. E. Pittman, Tampa, term expires December 11, 1948. Re- 
signed January 3, 1948. 

J. R. Knight, Miami, term expires November 4, 1950. 
W. R. Owens, Jacksonville, term expires November 4, 1950. 
P. B. Jackson. St. Petersburg, term expires November 4, 1950. 
L. M. Sumner, Jacksonville, term expires April 12, 1946. 

C. M. West, Tallahassee, term expires November 4, 1950. 



86 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Alton Batts, Tampa, term expires November 4, 1950. 
R. 0. Smith, Tallahassee, term expires November 4, 1950. 
C. R. Golden, Jacksonville, term expires November 4, 1950. 
0. P. Scarborough, Tallahassee, term expires July 23, 1950. 

E. L. Webb, Tampa, term expires October 10, 1950. 
N. A. Chesser, Tampa, term expires October 10, 1950. 
J. E. Ozburn, Miami, term expires October 29, 1950. 

F. C. McGee, Jacksonville, term expires October 29, 1950. 
J. W. Cardwell, Tampa, term expires December 11, 1950. 
J. G. Strickland, Tampa, term expires January 4, 1949. 

S. A. Kern, Tampa, term expires January 6, 1949. 

0. M. Spears. Jacksonville, term expires November 12, 1949. 
L. E. Greene, Jacksonville, term expires December 23, 1949. 
C. L. Eacho, Jacksonville, term expires January 7, 1951. 

J. R. Knight, Tampa, term expires November 4, 1950. 
J. H. Baldwin, Miami, term expires October 29, 1950. 

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD 

Frank M. Stallings, Pensacola, term expires December 14, 
1949. 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY 

James H. Hood, Jacksonville, term expires February 10, 1950. 

J. C. Mixson, Jacksonville, term expires July 16, 1950. 

V. R. Valentine, Jacksonville, term expires January 4, 1950. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NAPOLEON B. BROWARD 

DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

1. T. Parker, Dania, commissioned July 25, 1946 until July 
25, 1950. 

Geo. R. vSlaton, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned September 12, 
1946 until July 11, 1950. 

Barton J. Forsyth, Davie, commissioned August 29, 1946 until 
July 14, 1950. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 87 

MEMBERS BOARD OP TRUSTEES, TEACHERS RETIREMENT 

SYSTEM 

Susan Spencer, St. Augustine, commissioned July 24, 1948 
until April 12, 1949. 

J. T. Kelley, Panama City, commissioned July 26, 1948 until 
April 12, 1951. 

(Members State Board of Education Ex Officio Members). 

STATE TUBERCULOSIS BOARD 

S. H. Young'blood, Miami, commissioned February 21, 1946 
until March 16, 1950. Resigned December 10, 1946. 

W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville, commissioned June 29, 1948 
until March 16, 1952. 

Arnold S. Anderson, St. Petersburg, commissioned September 
11, 1948 until August 28, 1952. 

John H. Perry, West Palm Beach, commissioned December 23, 
1946 until March 16. 1950. 



88 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

FEDERAL COURTS OF FLORIDA 

NORTHERN DISTRICT 

DISTRICT JUDGE 
Dozier A. DeVane, Tallahassee, Florida. Commissioned October 
1, 1947. 

Mrs. Edna Earl Campbell, Secretary. 

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

ASSISTANT U. S. ATTORNEY 

Chas. W. Eggart, Jr., Pensacola. 
Hayford 0. Enwall, Gainesville. 

SECRETARY TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY 
Dorotliy E. Ilughey, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed December 
1, 1941. 

CLERKS TO U. S. ATTORNEY 
Mrs. Harriett E. Conrad, Pensacola, Florida. 
Mrs. Yvonne Lee, Pensacola, Florida. 

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. Philips, ^larianna, Florida. 
Mrs. Myra B. Sims, Tallahassee, Florida. 
Miss Pixie J. Hampton, Gainesville, Florida. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL 
Jordan B. Royal, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed February 
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. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 89 

Adams Lewis, Mariamia, Florida. 

Marvin Waits, Gainesville, Florida. 

Mrs. Louise Howing-ton, Pensacola, Florida. 

UNPTED STATES CIRCUIT JUDGE 
CHIEF UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER 

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

UNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICER 

Ottis L. Pippin, Tallahassee, Florida. 

IMiss Louise Guess, Secretary to Probation Officer. 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS OF THE NORTHERN 
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 

Geo. p. Wentworth, Pensacola, Florida. 
John H. Carter, Marianna, Florida. 
Mrs. Myra B. Sims, Tallahassee, Florida. 
Wm. H. Chandler, Gainesville, Florida. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY 

Leo L. Foster, Tallahassee, Florida. 

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING COURT 

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

COUNTIES IN THE DISTRICT 

Alachua, Bay, Calhoun, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, 
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty, 
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Waltou, Washington, 
Gilchrist and Gulf. 

Pixie J. Hampton, Deputy Clerk, Gainesville. 

Mrs. Myra B. Sims, Deputy Clerk, Tallahassee. 

Maggie B. Philips, Deputy Clerk, Marianna. 

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



90 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA 
DISTRICT JUDGES 

Alexander Akerman, Orlando, Florida. Deceased. 

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

John W. Holland, Miami, Florida. (Florence B. Price, Sec- 
retary. ) 

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

CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 

Edwin R. Williams, Jacksonville, Florida. 

DEPUTY CLERKS 

Julian A. Blake, Chief Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Earle F. Sprigg, Deputy in Charge, Miami. 
Joe A. Law, Deputy in Charge, Tampa. 
Walter A. Daley, Deputy in Charge, Orlando. 
C. Rodney Gwynn, Deputy in Charge, Key West. 
L. Gibson House, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
James M. Crossgrove, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Dorothy M. Rowe, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Anna M. Fitzsimmons, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 
Albert E. Call, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 
Ruth Etheredge, Deputy Clerk, Miami. 
E. Marie Tucker, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville. 
Marion L. Boyson, Deputy Clerk, Tampa. 
Philip G. Rudolph, Miami. 

UNITED STATES MARSHAL 

Chester S. Dishong, Jacksonville, Florida. 

DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS 

Leo M. Mack, Chief Deputy, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Ruth B. Wilson, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Wilbur G. Durrance, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Carl G. Bauer, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Worth H. Burkhart, Jacksonville, Florida. 
E. Jackson, Butler, Jacksonville, Florida. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 91 

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

Frank B. Tippins, Tampa, Florida. 

Otis A. Allen, Tampa, Florida. 

Ada D. Gist, Tampa, Florida. 

Samuel E. Hendry, Tampa, Florida. 

Marvin H. Price, Tampa, Florida. 

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

John F. McParland, Miami, Florida. 

Chas. B. Eobbins, Miami, Florida. 

Anita Thomas, Miami, Florida. 

Lee G. Sanders, Miami, Florida. 

Jack F. Peeples, Miami, Florida. 

Guy W. Hixon, Miami, Florida. 

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

Martha B. Akerman, Orlando, Florida. 

Myrtland Gates, Deputy, Key West, Florida. 

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

ASSISTANT UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS 

Edith House, (also Cliief Clerk), Jacksonville, Florida. 
Damon G. Yerkes, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Arthur A. Simpson, Jacksonville, F'lorida. 
Ernest L. Duhaime, Miami, Florida. 
Fred W. Botts, Miami, Florida. 

CLERKS TO U. S. ATTORNEY 

Margaret Z. Groover, Jacksonville, Florida. 
May Linton, Jacksonville, Florida. 
Libbie A. Pexa, Tampa, Florida. 
B. Otis Birdsong, Tampa, Florida. 
Vera E. Atkins, Tampa, Florida. 
Lillian Claire Hamilton, Tampa, Florida. 
Frances M. Hughey, Miami, Florida. 
Lollie Belle Eberhart, Miami, Florida. 
Helen P. Waniek, Miami, Florida. 



92 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS 

Paul Pinkerton, Tampa, Florida. 

Roger E. Davis, Miami, Florida. 

Robert L. Earnest, West Palm Beach, Florida. 

C. Rodney Gwynn, Key West, Florida. 

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY 

Emmett Safay, Jacksonville, Florida. 
L. Earl Curry, Miami, Florida. 
John B. Shaw, Tampa, Florida. 
Oswald B. McEwan, Orlando, 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, Hen- 
dry, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Pasco, 
Pinellas, Polk, Sarasota. 

Orlando Division — Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Semi- 
nole. 

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



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 93 

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT 

CHIEF JUSTICE 

Alto Adams, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1955. 

JUSTICES 

Elwyn Thomas, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1951. 
Paul D. Barns, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1953. 
Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1955. 
Harold L. Sebring, Tallahassee ; term expires January, 1955. 
Roy H. Chapman, Tallahassee; term expires January, 19*58. 
Prank Hobson, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1951. 

CIRCUIT JUDGES 

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

D. Stuart Gillis, DeFuniak Springs ; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1955. 

L. L. Fabisinki, Pensaeola ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

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

Hugh M. Taylor, Quincy ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

W. May Walker, Tallahassee ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Third Judicial District — ]\Iadison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan- 
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties. 

R. H. Rowe, Madison ; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Hal W. Adams, Mayo ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Xassau Counties. 

Bryan Simpson, Jacksonville ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First IMonday in January, 1955. 

Bayard B. Shields, Jacksonville ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 



94 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

A. D. McNeil, Jacksonville; term expires First Tuesday aftei' 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Claude Ogilvie, Jacksonville ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Duval County Circuit — Duval County Only. 
Miles W. Lewis, Jacksonville ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

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

Truman G. Futch, Tavares ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

F. R. Hocker, Oeala ; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 

John U. Bird, Clearwater; term expires Fir.st Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

John Dickinson, St. Petersburg ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Mondaj^ in January, 1955. 

Victor 0. Wehle, St. Petersburg; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

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

Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine; term expires First Tues- 
day after P"'irst Monday in January', 1955. 

Herbert B. Frederick, Daytona Beach ; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Alachua, Baker,- Cilehrist, Brad- 
ford, Union and Lev}' Counties. 

John A. H. Murphree, Gainesville, term expires First Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1955. 

A. Z. Adkins, Gainesville ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

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

M. B. Smith, Titusville; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January. 1955. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 95 

A. 0. Kaiiner, Stuart ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Frank A. Smith, Orlando ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Tenth JucTkial Ciron'f — Polk, ITardoo and Highlands Conn- 
ties. 

Don Register, Winter Haven ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

D. 0. Rogers, Lakeland ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 

Marshall Wisehart, IMiami ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

N. Vernon Hawthorne, Miami ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Chas. A. Carrol], Miami; term pxpires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Stanley Milledge, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

George E. Holt, Miami; term oxpii-es First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Wm. A. Herin, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Key West ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monda^^ in January, 1955. 

Twelfth J}((licial Circuit — Manatee, Sara.sota, DeSoto, Char- 
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties. 

Lynn Gerald, Ft. Myers ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 

W. T. Harrison, Palmetto; term expires First Tuesday after 
First ]\Ionday in Januarj^, 1955. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuii — Hillsborough County. 

L. L. Parks, Tampa; term expires First Tuesday after First 
Monday in January, 1955. 

Harry N. Sandler, Tampa ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1955. 



96 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washinotoii, Bay, 
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

E. Clay Lewis, Panama City ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

E. C. Welch, Marianna ; term expires First Monday after 
First Tuesday in January, 1955. 

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

C. E. Chilling-worth, West Palm Beach ; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Geo. W. Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1955. 

Joseph S. White, West Palm Beach ; term expires First Tues- 
day after First Monday in January, 1955. 

STATE ATTORNEYS 

First Judicial Circuit— -l^scainbm, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and 
Walton Counties. 

J. Edwin Holsberry, Pensacola ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday' in January, 1953. 

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

Wm. D. Hopkins, Tallahassee ; term expires First Tuesday 
after First Monday in January, 1953. 

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

A. K. Black, Lake City ; term expires First Tuesday after 
First Monday in January, 1953. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 
William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville ; term expires First 
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1953. 

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

J. W. Hunter, Tavares ; term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 97 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 
Chester 1j. McMiillen, Clearwater; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit — X'olusia, Putnam, St. Johns and 
Flagler Counties. 

Murray Sams, DeLand ; term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1953. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Alachua. Baker, Gilchrist, Brad- 
ford, Union and Levy Counties. 

T. E. Duncan, Gainesville; term expires first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 19'53. 

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

Murray W. Overstreet, KLssimmee ; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Polk. Hardee and Highlands 
Counties. 

Walter W. Woolfolk, Lake Wales; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 
Glenn C. Mincer, Miami; term expii*es first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 1953. 

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

Wm. ]\L (Mack) Smiley, Bradenton ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 
J. Rex Farrior, Tampa ; term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1953. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Holmes, Washington, Bay, 
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 

Mercer P. Spear, Panama City ; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Mondav in Januarv, 1953. 



88 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fifteenth Judicial CircuH — Broward and Palm J>each 
Counties. 

Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEYS 

Fir^t Judicial Circuit — Escamhia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and 
Walton Counties. 
None. 

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

C. PI. Bourke Floyd, Apalachicola, term expires Senate of 
1949. 

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

0. 0. Edwards, Cross City"; term expires July ol, 1951. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit—'Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties. 
Thomas J. Shave, Jr., Fernandina ; term expires Senate of 
1949. 

Nathan Schevitz, Jacksonville ; term expires Senate of 1949. 

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

A. P. Buie, Oeala ; term expires July 31, 1951. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Pinellas and Pasco Counties. 
Don Geiger, Dade City; term expires July 31, 1951. 

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

Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka ; term expires July 31, 1951. 

Eighth JudiciM Circuit — Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Brad- 
ford, Union and Levy Counties. 

Joe Hill Williams, Lake Butler; term expires July 31, 1951. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, 
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties. 
George DeCottes, Sanford ; term expires «Tuly 31, 19*51. 
Thad H. Carlton, Ft. Pierce; term expires July 31, 1951. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 99 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Pollv, Hardee and Highlands 
Counties. 

L. Grady Burton, AVaiichnla ; term expires Jnly 31, 1951. 

Eleventh. Judicial Circuit — Dade and Monroe Counties. 
J. W. Prunty, Miami ; tei-m expires Senate of 1949. 
W. Curry Harris, Key West ; term expires Senate of 1949. 

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

E. M. Magaha, Bradenton ; term expires July 31, 1951. 
L. J. Robbins, Arcadia ; term expires Senate of 1951. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — Hillsborough County. 

Fred Tupper Sausey, Jr., Tampa ; term expires July 31, 1951. 

Fourteenth Judicial CirctUt — Holmes, Washington, Bay 
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties. 
J. Frank Adams, Blountstown ; term expires Senate of 1949. 

FiftcentJi Judicial Circuit — Broward and Palm Beach 
Counties. 

DwigJit L. Rodgers, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale; term expires July 31, 
1951. 

OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS 

First Judicial Circuit — Robert Sayner, Pensacola. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Hattie Bell, Tallahassee. 

Thii'd Judicial Circuit — Wm. McChesney, Madison. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — H. M. Kerr}^ 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. 

Eiglith Judicial Circuit — Veda Davis Bell, Gainesville. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Clifford Gaffney, Ft. Pierce ; Maurice 
J. Gelder, Orlando. 



100 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Mrs. Annabelle Matliis, Waucliula. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — J. E. Kelly, Miami. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — -Edward Ley, Arcadia; 0. W. 
Steigler, Orlando. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — J. G. Nesbit, Tampa. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — 0. C. Speight, ChipUn ; Zola 

B. Folks, Panama City. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale; 

C. E. Jones, West Palm Beach. 

Civil Court, Dade County — John F. Dwyer, Miami ; Jessie 
Axton, Miami; Louise Pencke, Miami. 

Court of Record, Escambia County — Lucius B. Stearns, 
Pensacola. 

Criminal Court of Record, ITillsboroufrli County — V^irj^inia 
Toffaletti, Tampa. 

CLERKS CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORDS 
Dade — W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1953. 

Duval — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville ; tei-m expires 
January, 1953. 

Hillsborough — L. D Simmons, Tampa ; term expires January, 
1951. 

Monroe — Harry Dongo, Key West; term expires January, 
1953. 

Orange — R. T. Overstreet, Orlando; term expires -lauuaiy, 
1953. 

Palm Beach — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach; term ex- 
pires January, 1951. 

Polk — B. L. Durrance, Bartow; term expires January, ]9'53. 

Escambia — Clerk Court of Record — Geo. Trawick, Pensa- 
cola; term expires January, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 101 

Pasco — Stanley C. Burnside, Dade City; term expires Janu- 
ary, IQ-SS. 

JUDGES CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Dade — Ben C. Willard, Miami ; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Faval — Edwin L. Jones, Jacksonville; term expii-es first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Hillsborough — L. A. Grayson, Tampa ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Monroe — Thos. S. Caro, Key West ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1958. 

Orange — W. M. ]\Iurphy, Orlando ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Palm Beach — Edw. G. Newell, West Palm Beach ; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Polk — R. H. Amidon, Lakeland ; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

JUDGE ESCAMBIxV COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 
Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola ; term expires August 16, 1951. 

JUDGE PASCO COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 

W, Kenneth Barnes, Dade City; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

SOLICITORS PASCO COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 

T. H. Getzen, Dade City; term expires first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 1953. 

SOLICITORS CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Dade — Robert R. Taylor, Miami; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 



102 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Duval — Wayne E. Ripley, term expires first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January-, 1953. 

Hillsborough — U. R. Fisher, Tampa ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Monroe — Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Key West ; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Orange — 0. Raymond Ellars, Orlando ; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Palm Beach — T. Harold Williams, West Palm Beach ; term 
expires first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Polk — Gunter Stephenson, Winter Haven ; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor Court of Record Escambia Countj^ — E. Forsyth 
Caro, Pensacola; term expires August 19, 1951. 

JUDGES CIVIL COURT RECORD 

Dade — David J. Hefferman, Miami ; term expires January 
15, 1950. 

Dade — Norman Hendry, Miami; term expires August 5, 1919. 

Duval — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville; term expires May 5. 1949. 

CLERKS CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 
Dade — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 1949. 

Duval — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville ; term expirets 
January, 1949. 

PROBATION OFFICERS 

Counties 

Bay — Glenn R. Bright, Panama City ; term expires February 
4, 1952. 

Broward — Doyle A. McNeece, Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires 
July 9, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 103 

Dade — R. B. Eaveusoii, Miami; term expires July 6, 1951. 
W. Ira Hazlett, Miami ; term expires December 8, 1951. 

Duval — Mrs. Walter S. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 
20, 1949. 

Escambia — Virgil A. Lea, Pensacola ; term expires October 19, 
1951. 

Highlands — Mrs. Sarah J. Dimberline, Sebring; term expires 
June 30, 1952. 

Hillsborough — Edna Hennessee, Tampa ; term expires January, 
1949. 

Lake — Fred A. Borg, Leesburg; term expires September 1, 1951. 

Leon — Mrs. W. C. Tully, Tallahassee ; term expires September 
23, 1947. 

Manatee — Mrs. Mary E. Johnson, Bradenton; term expires 
May 9, 1949. 

Marion — Mrs. Annie S. Thomas, Ocala; term expires May 11, 
1949. 

]\ronroe — Mrs. Elizabeth E. Singleton, Key West; term expires 
March 3, 1949. 

Nassau — C. P. Rutishauser, Fernandina ; term expires July 7, 
1950. 

Orange — Harry F. Edwards, Orlando; term expires July 1, 
1951. 

Palm Beach — Mrs. Nell F. Smith, West Palm Beach ; term ex- 
pires November 4, 1949. 

Pasco — ^William R. Latson, Dade City ; term expires October 
11. 1952. 

Pinellas — Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater ; term expires December 
16, 1951. 

Polk — Richard Elmo Hood, Bartow; term expires December 
6, 1950. 



104 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

St. Johns — Mrs. Maiy Groh, St. Augustine ; term expires Octo- 
ber 8, 1950. 

Sarasota — J. T. Pearce, Sarasota ; term expires April 12. 1950. 

Seminole — Mae Schaefer, Sanford ; term expires July 22, 1937. 

Volusia — Mrs. Mae T. Donovan, Daytona Beach; term expires 
November 26, 1947. 

Wakulla — Mrs. Geo. S. Nesmith, Wakulla ; term expires Sep- 
tember 28, 1950. 

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS 
1947-1949 

Counties 

Broward — Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale ; terms expii-es 
January, 1953. 

DeSoto — William W. Dishong, Arcadia; term expires January, 
1953. 

Gadsden — William D. Doss, Quincy; term expires January, 
1953. 

Indian River — Sherman N. Smitli, Jr.. Vero Beach; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Jefferson — Henry C. Hamilton, Monticello ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Lee — John K. Woolslair, Ft. Myers; term expires January, 
1953. 

Leon — Clinton N. Ashmore, Tallahassee; term expires January, 
1953. 

Madison — Ernest M. Page, Madison ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Manatee — Geo. R. Hitchcolk, Bradenton ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Martin — T. T. Oughterson, Stuart; term expires January, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 105 

Okeechobee — Mary Sandufiir Schulman, Okeechobee; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Osceola — Jay Johnston, St. Cloud; term expires January, 1953. 

Pineilas^ — Lloyd M. Phillips, P.O. Box 654, Clearwater ; term 
expires January, 1953. 

St. Lucie — A. C. Simmons, Fort Pierce ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Sarasota — Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Seminole — George A. Speer, Jr., Sanford ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Sumter — James W. West, Bushnell ; term expires Januarj^ 
1953. 

COUNTY ATTORNEYS 

Counties 

Alachua — J. Emory Cross, Gainesville ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Charlotte — Earl D. Farr, Punta Gorda; term expires January, 
1953. 

Columbia — W. Joe Ferguson, Lake City ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1951. 

Highlands — M. R. McDonald, Sebring; term expires January, 
1953. 

Hendry — Harry P. Johnson, Clewiston ; term expires January, 
1951. 

Jackson — Clyde Mayhall, Marianna ; term expires January, 1951. 

CLERKS JUVENILE COURTS 

Brevard — G. M. Simmons, Titusville ; term expires Januarv, 
1953. 

Dade — R. B. Eaverson, Miami ; term expires July 6, 1951. 



106 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Duval— Mrs. Walter S. Jones, Jacksonville ; term expires July 
20, 1949. 

Hillsborough — Mrs. Edna Hennessee, Tampa; term expires 
July 13, 1949. 

Monroe — Elizabeth E. Singleton, Key West; term expires March 
3, 1949. 

Orange — Arthur W. Newell, Orlando; term expires Januaiy, 
1951. 

Pinellas — Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater ; term expires December 
15, 1951. 

JUDGES JUVENILE COURT 

Broward — Dorr S. Davis, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Dade — Walter H. Beckham, Miami; term expires July 2, 1953. 

Duval — W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville ; term expires August 18, 
1951. 

Hillsborough — Paul R. Kiclditer, Tampa ; term expires July 
31, 1951. 

Monroe — Frank 0. Roberts, Key West ; term expires January 
1953. 

Orange — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer, Orlando ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

Pinellas — Alfred P. Marshall, St. Petersburg; term expires 
July 8, 1951. 

Polk — G. Bowdon Hunt, Bartow ; term expires October 1, 1950. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 107 

COURT OF CRIMES 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — Wayne Allen, Miami; term expires July 17, 1951. 

Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 1953. 

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, 1951. 



108 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR 

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges- — L. L. Fabisinski, Peiisacola and D. Stuart Gillis. De- 
Funiak Springs. 

State Attorney — J. Edwin Holsberry, Pensacola. 

Assistant State Attorney- — None. 

Court Reporter — Julia McKinnon, DeFuniak Springs. 

WINTER TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in January. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in January. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in February. 

Okaloosa — 2nd Monday in December. 

SPRING TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in May. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in May. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in June. 

Okaloosa — Last Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Walton — 2nd Monday in September. 

Santa Rosa — 2nd Monday after 2nd Monday in Septembei-. 

Escambia — 2nd Monday in October. 

Okaloosa — Last Monday in August. 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Hugh M. Tajdor, Quincy, and W. May Walker, 
Tallahassee. 

State Attorney — Wm. D. Hopkins, Tallahassee. 

Assistant State Attorney — C. H. Bourke Floyd, Apalachicola. 

Court Reporter — Hattie Bell, Tallahassee. 

SPRING TERM 

Franklin — 3rd Monday in March. 
Liberty — 1st Monday in April. 
Gadsden — 1st Monday in March. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 109 

Wakulla — orcl Monday in April. 
Jefferson — 1st Monday in May. 
Leon — 4tli ^Monday in Feljrnaiy. 

SUMMER TERM 

Leon — ."ird ^Monday in Juiie. 

FALL TERM 

Franklin — 3rd Mouda\- in September. 
Liberty — 1st Monday in October. 
Gadsden — 3rd Monday in October. 
Wakulla — 1st Monda\' in November. 
Jefferson — 3rd Monda\ in November. 
Leon — 1st Monday in October. 

THIRD JLDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — R. H. Rowe, IVfadison, and Hal W. Adams, Mayo. 
State Attorney — A. K. Black, Lake Citj'. 
Assistant State Attorney — O. 0. Edwards, Cross City. 
Court Reporter — William McChesney, Madison. 

SPRING TERM 

Hamilton — 4th Monday in January. 
Dixie — 3rd Monday in February. 
Taylor — 4th Monday in March. 
IMadison — 2nd Monday in April. 
Columbia — 4th Monday in April. 
Suwannee — 2nd Monday in May. 
Lafa\ette — 2nd Monday in June. 

FALL TERM 

Hamilton — 2nd Mondax in September. 
Dixie — 2nd .Monday in August. 
Taylor — 4th IMonday in September. 
Madison — 2nd Montlay in October. 
Columbia — 4th ^Ioiida\- in October. 
Suwannee — 2nd Monday in November. 
Lafayette — 1st Monday in December. 



110 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Miles W. Lewis (Duval Circuit), Bryan Simpson, 
Claude Ogilvie, Bayard B. Shields, and A. D. McNeill, Jack- 
sonville. 

State Attorney — William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Nathan Schevitz, Jacksonville, 
and Herbert William Fishier, Fernandina. 

Court Reporter — Ralpli W. Pattison, Jacksonville. 

SPRING TERM 

Clay — 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in April. 
Nassau — 3rd Monday in April. 
Duval — 3rd Monday in Ma.v. 

FALL TERM 

Clay — 2nd Monda.y in October. 
Nassau — 4th Monday in October. 
Duval — 4th Monday in November. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges- — Truman G. Futch, Tavares, and F. R. Ilocker, Oca la. 
State Attorney — J. W. Hunter, Tavares. 
Assistant State Attorney- — A. P. Buie, Ocala. 
Court Reporters— Jeff AVood, Leesburg, and Miss Eva 
Crumpton, Ocala. 

SPRING TERM 

Hernando — 1st Tuesday in March. 
Citrus — 3rd Tuesday in IMarch. 
Sumter — 1st Tuesday' in June. 
Lake — 1st Tuesday in May. 
Marion — 1st Tuesdaj^ 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 Tuesday in October. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 111 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — John U. Bird. Clearwater, and Victor 0. Wehle, 
St. Petersburg. 

State Attorney — Chester B. McMullen, Clearwater. 

Assistant State Attorney — Don Geiger, Dade City. 

Court Reporter — B. E. Satterfield, Clearwater and Maude 
B. Klingman, St. Petersburg. 

SPRING TERM 

Pinellas— 1st Monday in May. 
Pasco — 1st Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Pinellas — 1st Monday in December. 
Pasco — 1st Tuesday in October. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine, and Herbert B. 
Frederick, Daytona Beach. 

State Attorney — Murray W. Sams, DeLand. 

Assistant State Attorney — Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka. 

Court Reporters — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand, and Geo. B. 
Newton, St. Augustine. 

SPRING TERM 

Volusia — 2nd Monday in April. 
St. Johns — 1st Monday in June. 
Flagler — 3rd Montlay in ^May. 
Putnam — 2nd Monday in March. 

FALL TERM 

Volusia — 3i'd Monday in October. 
St. Johns — 2nd Monday in November. 
Flagler^ — 2nd IVIonda}' in December. 
Putnam — 2nd Mondav in October. 



;12 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges— John A. H. Murphree, Gainesville, and A. Z. 
Adkins, Gainesville. 

State Attorney — T. E. Duncan, Gainesville. 

Assistant State Attorney — Joe Hill Williams, Lrjke Butler. 

Court Eeporter — Veda Davis Bell, Gainesville. 

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 Octolier. 
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. 0. Kanner, Stuart, and 
Frank A. Smith, Orlando. 

State Attorney — Murray Overstreet, Kissimmee. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Geo. Decottes, Sanford and Thad 
H. Carlton, Ft. Pierce. 

Court Reporters — Clifford Gaffney, Ft. Pierce, Jessie D. 
Kleinman, Titusville, Maurice J. Gelder, Orlando, and ]\lary 
Fee, Ft. Pierce. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 113 



SPRING TERM 



Brevard — 4th Tuesday in March. 
Indian River — 2nd Tuesday in March. 
Slartin — 2nd Tuesday in June. 
Okeechobee — 2nd Tuesday in February. 
Orange — 3rd Monday in April. 
Osceola — 3rd Monday in March. 
Seminole 3rd Tuesday in April. 
St. Lucie — 2nd Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Brevard — 2nd Tuesday in October. 
Indian River — 2nd Tuesday in October. 
Martin — 2nd Tuesday in January-. 
Okeechobee — 2nd Tuesday in September. 
Orange — 3rd Monday in October. 
Osceola — 3rd Monday in September. 
Seminole — 3rd Tuesday in November. 
St. Lucie — 2nd Tuesday in November. 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — D. 0. Rogers, Lakeland, and Don Register, Winter 
Haven. 

State Attorney— Walter W. Woolfolk, Lake Wales. 
Assistant State Attorney — L. Grady Burton, Wauchula. 
Court Reporters — Maurine Olive, Lakeland, Sartain Young, 
Lakeland, and Annabelle Mathis, Wauchula. 

SPRING TERM 

Hardee — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in February. 
Polk — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in ]\Iarch. 
Highlands — 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hardee — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in September. 
Polk — 1st Tuesday after the 2nd Monday in October. 
Highlands — 1st Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November. 



114 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — N. Vernon Hawthorne, Marsliall Wisehart, Stanley 
Milledge, Geo. E. Holt and Cliarles A. Carroll, Miami, and 
Aquilino Lopez, Key West, Wm. A. Herin. Miami. 

State Attorney — Glenn C. Mincer, Miami. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Wm. Curry Harris, Key West, 
John Prunty, Miami. 

Court Reporters — Ernest L, Bryant. Miami, J. E. Kelly, 
Miami. 

SPRING TERM 
Dade — 2nd Tuesday in May. 

FALL TERM 
Dade — 2nd Tuesday in November. 

WINTER TERM 
Dade — 2nd Tuesday in February. 

SPRING TERM 
Monroe — 3nd Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 
Monroe — 3rd ]\Ionday in October. 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges— Lynn Gerald, Ft. Myers, and W. T. Harrison, Pal- 
metto. 

State Attorney— Wm. M. (Mack) Smiley, Bi-adenton. 

Assistant State Attorneys— E. M. Magalia, Ft. Myers, and L. 
J. Robbins, xYrcadia. 

Court Reporters — Edward Le\, Arcadia, and U. \V. Steigler. 
Orlando. 

SPRING TERM 

Ciiarlotte — 4th JMonday in March. 
Collier — 1st Monday in March. 
De Soto — 2nd Monday in February. 
Glades — 1st Monday in Februai-y. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 115 

Hendry — ;3nd Monday in February. 
Lee — 3rd Monday in x\pril. 
Manatee — 3rd Monday in ^larcli. 
Sarasota — 1st Monday in Api'il. 

FALL TERM 

Charlotte — 2nd J\Ionday in October. 
Collier — 1st Monday in October. 
Do Soto — 4th Monda>' in November. 
Glades — 4th Monday in October. 
Hendry — 3rd Monday in November. 
Lee — 1st Monday in November. 
Manatee — 3rd Monday in October. 
Sarasota — 2nd Monday in November. 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — L. L. Parks and Harry N. Sandler, Tampa. 

State Attorney — J. Rex Farrior, Tampa. 

Assistant State Attorney — Fred Tupper Saussy, Jr., Tampa. 

Court Ropoi'ter — J. G. Nesbit, Tampa. 

SPRING TERM 

Hillsborough — 1st Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hillsborough — 1st Tuesday iu October. 

FOL^RTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — E. Clay Lewis, 'Ir., Panama City, and E. C. Welch, 
Marianna. 

State Attorney- — Mercer P. Sear, Panama C!ity. 

Assistant State Attorney — 

Court Reporters — 0. C. Speight, Chipley, and .Zola B. Polks, 
Panama City. 

SPRING TERM 

Bay — 4th Monday in February. 
Calhoun — 4th Monday in April, 
Gulf — 2nd Monday in February. 



116 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

Holmes — 2nd Monday in Apiil. 
Jackson — 2nd Monday in May. 
Washin^on — 4th Monday in Marcii. 

FALL TERM 

Gulf — 2nd Monday in August. 
Calhoun — 4th Monday in September. 
Jackson — 2nd Monday' in Novembei-. 
Bay — 4th Monday in August. 
Washington — 4th Monday in October. 
Holmes — 2nd Monday in October. 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach, Geo. W. 
Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale, and Joseph H. White, West Palm 
Beach. 

State Attorney — Phil O'Connell. 

Assistant State Attorney — DAviglit L. Iiogers, Jr., Ft. Lau- 
derdale. 

Court Reporters — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale, and C. K. 
Jones, West Palm Beach. 

SPRING TERM 

Palm Beach — 1st Tuesday after 1st .Muuday in January and 
March. 

Broward — 2ntl Tuesday in ]\larcli. 

FALL TERM 

Palm Beach — 1st Tuesday after tlte Isl Monda\ in June 
and October. 

Broward — 2nd Tuesday in October. 

CRIMINAL COURTS OF KECOHl) 
DADE COUNTY 

Judge — Ben C. Willard, Miami ; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January. 195;]. 

Solicitor — Robert R. Tayloj-. Miami; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami; term expires January, 1951. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 117 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Edwin L, Jones, Jacksonville ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday, January, 1953. 

Solicitor — Wayne E. Ripley, Jacksonville ; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday, January, 1953. 

Clerk — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

Probation and Parole Officer — P. Bedford "Wright, Jackson- 
ville ; term expires June 15. 1951. 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY 
(Court of Record) 

Judge — Ernest E. Mason. Pensacola; term expires August 
17, 1951. 

Solicitor — Forsyth Caro, Pensacola ; term expires xVugust 
19, 1951. 

Clerk — Geo. Trawick, Pensacola ; term expires January, 1953. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

Judge^ — L. A. Grayson, Tampa; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday, January, 1953. 

Solicitor — V. R. Fisher, Tampa ; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — L. D. Simmons, Tampa ; term expires January, 1951. 

MONROE COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas S. Caro, Key West ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first ^Monday in -lanuary, 1953. 

Solicitor — Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Key West; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — Harry Dongo, Key AVest ; term expires January, 1953. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge-^W. M. Murphy, Orlando ; term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — 0. Raymond Ellars, Orlando; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January-, 1953. 

Clerk— R. T. Overstreet, Orlando; term expires January, 1953. 



118 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Judge — Edward C. Newell, West Palm Beach ; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — W. E. Roebuck, West Palm Beach; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach; term expires 
January, 1951. 

PASCO COUNTY COURT OP RECORD 

Judge — W. Kenneth Barnes, Dade City ; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — T. H. Getzen, Dade City ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — Stanley C. Burnside, Dade City ; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

POLK COUNTY 

Judge — R. H. Amidon, Lakeland ; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Solicitor — Manuel E. Glover, Bartow; term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1953. 

Clerk — B. L. Durrance, Bartow ; term expires January, 1953. 

COUNTY COURTS 
BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — Boyd H. Anderson, Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires 
January, 1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale ; term 
expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — Ted Cabot, Ft. Lauderdale ; term expires January, 
1953. 

DESOTO COUNTY 

Judge — Orvil L. Dayton, Jr., Arcadia; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney- — Wm. A. Dishong, Arcadia ; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Clerk — Leslie E. Avant, Arcadia ; term expires January, 1953>. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 119 

GADSDEN COUNTY 

Judge — F. B. Thrower, Quincy; term expires January, 1953. 
Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss, Quincy ; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Clerk — F. F. Morgan, Quincy; term expires January, 1953. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

(County Court lias Civil Jurisdiction only, account of having 
Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY 

Judge — Otis M. Cobb, Vero Beach; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Sherman N. Smith, Jr., Vero Beach ; 
term expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — Douglas Baker, Vero Beach ; term expires January, 
1953. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas B. Bird, Monticello ; term expires, January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney— Henry C. Hamilton, Monticello ; term 
expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — Clyde H. Sauls, Monticello ; term expires January, 
1953. 

LEE COUNTY 

Judge — Hiram W. Bryant, Ft. Myers ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — John K. Woolslair, Ft. Myers; term 
expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — D. T. Farabee, Ft. Myers; term expires January, 
1953. 

MADISON COUNTY 

Judge — Curtis Earp, Madison ; term expires January, 1953. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Erne.st M. Page, Madison ; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Clerk — Dale M. Leslie, Madison ; term expires January, 1953. 



120 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

MANATEE COUNTY 

Judge — H. C. Paniam, Bradentoii ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — George R. Hitcheolk, Bradenton ; 
term expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — Lloyd M. Hicks. Bradenton; term expires January, 
1953. 

MARTIN COUNTY 

Judge — Arthur R. Clouts, Stuart; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson, Stuart ; term ex- 
y)ires January, 1953. 

Clerk — J. R. Pomeroy, Stuart; term expires January, 1953. 

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY 

Judge — T. AV. Conely. Ji-.. Okeechobee ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953, 

Prosecuting Attorney — Mary Sandifer Schulman, Okeecho- 
bee ; term expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — Mrs. Connie W. Raulerson, Okeechobee ; term expires 
January, 1953. 

OSCEOLA COUNTY 

Judge — 0. P. Johnson, Kissimmee ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Jay Johnston, Kissimmee ; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Clerk — John L. Overstreet, Kissimmee; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

(County Court has Civil Jurisdiction only, account of hav- 
ing Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 

PASCO COUNTY 

Judge — Orvil L. Dayton, Jr., term expires January, 1953. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Abolished by Chapter 22837 of 1945. 
Clerk — Stanley C. Burnside, Dade City; term expires Janu- 
arv, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 121 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

Judge — Jack J^^. White, Clearwater; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lloyd M. Phillips, St. Petersburg; 
term expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — Wm. Crawford, Clearwater ; term expires January, 
1953. 

POLK COUNTY 

(County Court has Civil Jurisdiction only, account of hav- 
ing Criminal Court of Record in that County.) 

ST. LUCIE COUNTY 

Judge — Mem C. Dame, Ft. Pierce ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — A. (*. Simmons, Ft. Pierce; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Clerk — W. E. Lott, Ft. Pierce ; term expires January, 1953. 

SARASOTA COUNTY 

Judge— John D. Justice, Sarasota ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota ; tenn ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Clez'k — W. A. Wynne, Sarasota ; term expires January, 1953. 

SEMINOLE COUNTY 

Judge — 0. D. Stenstron, Sanford ; term expires January, 1953. 
Prosecuting Attoi'uey — George A. Speer, Jr., Sanford ; term 
expires January, 1953. 

Clerk — 0. P. Herndon, Sanford ; term expires January, 1953. 

SUMTER COUNTY 

Judge — P. B. Howell, Bushnell; term expires January, 1953. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West, Bushnell; term ex- 
pires January, 1953. 

Clerk — C. Burton March, Bushnell ; term expires January, 
1953. 



122 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 



JUVENILE COURTS 

BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — Dorr S. Davis ; term expires 1953. 

Clerk — Doyle McNiece ; term expires July 9, 1949. 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — W. H. Beckham, Miami ; term expires July 2, 1953. 
Clerk — R. B. Eaverson, Miami; term expires July 7, 1951. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville ; term expires June 18, 
1951. 

Clerk — Mrs. Walter S. Jones, Jacksonville ; term expires 
July 20, 1949. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

Judge — Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa ; term expires July 29, 
1951. 

Clerk— Mrs. Edna Hennessee, Tampa ; term expires July 13, 
1949. 

MONROE COUNTY 

Judge — Frank 0. Roberts, Key West ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Clerk— Elizabeth E. Singleton, Key West; term expires March 
3, 1949. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge- — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer, Orlando ; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1953, 

Clerk — Arthur N. Newell, Orlando ; term expires January 
1951. 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

Judge — Alfred P. Marshall, Clearwater ; trem expires July 
8, 1951. 

Clerk — Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater ; term expires Decem- 
ber 16, 1951. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 123 

CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — Nomian Hendry, Miami ; term expires August 5, 1949. 
Judge — David J. Heffernan, Coral Gables ; term expires Jan- 
uary 15, 1950. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 1953. 
DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville ; term expires May 5, 
1949. 

Clerk — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville ; tenn expires Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

COURT OF CRIMES 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge — Wayne Allen, Miami ; term expires July 18, 1951. 
Solicitor — Robert R. Taylor, Miami ; term expires January, 
1953. 

Clerk — W. Cecil Watson, Miami ; term expires January, 1953. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Probation and Parole Officer — P. Bedford Wright commis- 
sioned April 18, 1945, until June 15, 1951. ^ 



124 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR FLORIDA 



WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Pearee Home, Washington, D. C. ; term expired March 26, 
1945. 

NEW YORK 

Jeremiah J. Maher, New York, N. Y. ; term expired Novem- 
ber 2, 1946. 

A. Mario Russo, New York, N. Y. ; term expired Mai-ch 26, 
1946. 

Arthur R. Kirwin, New York, N. Y. ; term expired ]\Iay 26, 
1945. 

Frank J. Silverstein, New York, term expires July 2, 19'52. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Harry P. Edwards, Boston, Mass. ; term expires August 27, 
1950. 

Wm. D. Scully, Boston, Mass. ; term expires April 8, 1951. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Nathan Semless, 2404 Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. : term 
expired July 3, 1948. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 125 

COUNTY OFFICERS INCLUDING COUNTY 

COMMISSIONERS AND MEMBERS COUNTY 

BOARD PUBLIC INSTRUCTION WHOSE 

TERMS EXPIRE IN 1949-1951 

ALACHUA 

COUNTY SEAT — GAINESVILLE 

County Judge — H. H. McDonald. 

Sheriff — Frank M. Sexton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. E. Evans. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John W. Booth 

Tax Collector — J. L. Arnow. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Homer W. Bishop. 

County Surveyor — Perry C. McGriff. 

County Attorney — J. Emory Cross. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sue Simpson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. Y. Galbreath, High Springs. 
District No. 2 — J. P. Ambrose, Waldo. 
District No. 3 — Tom D. Roland, Newberry. 
District No. 4 — W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 
District No. 5 — R. R. King, Gainesville. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. E. Gay, Hawthoi-ne. 

District No. 2 — S. A. Hussey, Jr., Gainesville. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Goode, Alachua. 

District No. 4 — Earl P. Pouters, Gainesville. 

District No. 5 — W. N. Barry, Alachua. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — A. J. Knight, Alachua. 

District No. 10 — G. S. Chamberlain, Micanopy. 

District No. 17 — C. B. Waters, Hague. 

District No. 19 — Floyd E. Tillman, Orange Heights. 

District No. 20 — J. T. Pendleton, High Springs. 

District No. 28 — H. G. Bates, Alachua. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — F. R. May, LaCrosse. 

District No. 6 — R. A. Knight, Newberry. 

District No. 10 — R. C. Duncan, Micanopy. 

District No. 16— C. B. Carroll, Evinston. 



126 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 17 — R. G. Ham, Hague. 

District No. 20 — T. R. Barber, High Springs. 

District No. 28 — Thomas J. Strickland, Gainesville. 

ROAD TRUSTEES 

District No. 1 — W. E. Pogue, High Springs. 

District No. 2 — L. B. Alexander, Waldo. 

District No. 3 — Geo. W. Fletcher, Newberry. 

District No. 4 — J. E. Thrasher, Micanopy. 

District No. 5 — Harry M. Baker, Hawthorne. 

BAKER 

COUNTY SEAT — MACCLENNY 

County Judge — W. M. Brown. 

Sheriff — Asa Coleman, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Joe Dobson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — B. F. Jones. 

Tax Collector — George P. Williams. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. D. Burnsed. 

County Surveyor — L. B. Eddy. 

Supervisor of Registration — George W. Garrett. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy H. Harvey, Sanderson. 
District No. 2 — Elton McClellan, Olustee. 
District No. 3 — H. F. Powers, Macclenny. 
District No. 4 — Charlie H. Raulerson, Sanderson. 
District No. 5 — Charney Thomas, Glen St. Mary. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. J. Davis, Macclenny. 
District No. 2 — John W. Rowe, Macclenny. 
District No. 3 — R. E. Loadholtz, Sanderson. 
District No. 4 — J. E. McCormick, Sanderson. 
District No. 5 — Wm. M. Knabb, Macclenny. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — M. C. Brown, Macclenny. 

CONSTAJiLES 

District No. 1 — M. L. Dorman, Sanderson. 

BAY 

COUNTY SEAT — PANAMA CITY 

County Judge — Joseph W. Bailey. 
Sheriff — Alva F. Thomas. 



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Clerk Circuit Court— W. S. Weaver. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. G. McQuagge. 

Tax Collector — A. G. Appelberg. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas E. Smith. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. B. Mashbum. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Glenn R. Bright, term expires February 4, 1952. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John Henry Davis, St. Andrews. 
District No. 2 — Ira L. Hill, Bay Harbor. 
District No. 3 — J. J. Miller, Panama City. 
District No. 4 — C. N. Muterspaugh, Youngstown. 
District No. 5— B. V. Buchanan, West Bay. 

MEMBERS BO.^RD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. Brown Howell, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — O. E. Hobbs, Panama City. 
District No. 3 — R. J. Rutherford, St. Andrews. 
District No. 4 — H. A. Steve Brown, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 5 — D. R. Ray. West Bay. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. L. Folks, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — M. G. Post, St. Andrews. 
District No. 3 — Carl Suggs, Bay Harbor. 
District No. 11 — Ancel L. Messer, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 20 — E. W. Scott, West Bay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. H. Armstrong, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — L. N. Burdeshaw, St. Andrews. 
District No. 3 — William Iva Boyed, Bay Harbor. 
District No. 11 — Luther Averett, Lynn Haven. 
District No. 14 — Albert Croom, Youngstown. 
District No. 20 — Tom Rushing, West Bay. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Cojifirmation) 
(Changed to office to be nominated in Primary, Chap. 20048, 
Special Acts of 1939.) 

J. N. Arnold, Panama City; term expires July 1, 1951. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
C. R. Mathis, Panama City; term expires Senate of 1949. 
J. D. Holmes, Panama City; term expires Senate of 1949. 



128 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

A. D. Eubanks, Panama City; term expires Senate of 1949. 
Isaac Byrd, Panama City, term expires Senate of 1949. 
Geo. Logue, Panama City; term expires Senate of 1949. 

COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

J. D. Holmes, Panama City; term expires November 17, 1949. 
W. H. Laird, Panama City; term expires November 17, 1952. 
A. N. Smith, Panama City; term expires November 22, 1949. 
C. B. Waller, Youngstown; term expires November 22, 1950. 
J. R. Abel, Panama City; term expires November 22, 1951. 

BRADFORD 

COUNTY SEAT — STARKE 

County Judge — E. K. Ferryman. 

Sheriff— P. D. Reddish. 

Clerk Circuit Court — A. J. Thomas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Guy Andrews. 

Tax Collector— J. R. Kelly. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harmon P. Morgan. 

County Surveyor — Harry A. Anthony. 

Supervisor of Registration — Albert L. Crosby, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carl Prevatt, Lawtey. 

District No. 2 — E. L. Crawford, Starke. 

District No. 3 — Ira Wilson, Starke. 

District No. 4 — T. C. Chastain, Hampton. 

District No. 5 — M. O. Harrell, Brooker. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. S. Norman, Lawtey. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Brown, Starke. 
District No. 3 — H. B. Crosby, Brooker. 
District No. 4 — Leonard T. Jolms, Hampton. 
District No. 5 — L. A. Canova, Starke. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Clarence F. Rhoden, Starke. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. L. Silcox, Starke. 

BREVARD 

COUNTY SEAT — TITUSVILLE 

County Judge — Vassar B. Carlton. 
Sheriff— H. T. Williams. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 129 

Clerk Circuit Court — G. M. Simmons. 

County Assessor of Taxes — M. J. (Joe) Edwards. 

Tax Collector — Henry Clay Morgan. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Damon Hutzler. 

County Surveyor — Frank P. Shuster. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. J. Bailey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. M. Carpenter, 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 BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— J. D. Nash, Titusville. 
District No. 2 — Stuart A. Clark, Cocoa. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Creel, Eau Gallie. 
District No. 4 — Kemper Jennings, Melbourne. 
District No. 5 — J. E. Fields, Cocoa. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

W. J. Creel, Eau Gallie; term expires January, 1951. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — S. Reece Bo wen, Titusville. 
District No. 16— W. B. Kyser, Mims. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — John Z. Olenwski, Titusville. 
District No. 5 — C. H. Sapp, Eau Gallie. 
District No. 6 — Henry Van Lengen, Melbourne. 
District No. 16 — Owen W. Marr. Mims. 

MEMBERS CANAVERAL PORT DISTRICT 

A. A. Dunn, Mims, ex-officio. 

Wm. B. Lewis, Canaveral; term expires January, 1951. 

B. L. Knutson, Cocoa Beach; term expires January, 1951. 
John H. Witter, Cocoa Beach; term expires January, 1951. 
L. M. Carpenter, Titusville, ex-officio. 

A. Fortenebrry, Audubon, ex-officio. 

BROWARD 

COUNTY SEAT FORT LAUDERDALE 

County Judge — Boyd H. Anderson. 
Sheriff— Walter R. Clark. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Ted Cabot. 



130 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. O. Hansen. 

Tax Collector — W. O. Berryhill. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ulric J. Bennett. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Otis Farrington. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Easter L. Gates. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Dorr S. Davis. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Richard T. Gallion, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 2 — S. C. Fox, Pompano. 
District No. 3 — Wm. E. Groene, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 4 — Tony Salvino, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 5 — C. B. Smith, Hollywood. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. E. Hardy, Pompano. 

District No. 2 — A. J. Musselman, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 3— T. D. Ellis, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 4 — Paul Turner, Dania. 

District No. 5 — Frank Metcalf, Ft. Lauderdale. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Warren T. Eller, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires first Monday in 
January, 1951. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. Bruce Gaskin, Deerfield. 
District No. 2 — C. Crum, Pompano Beach. 
District No. 3 — E. D. Bailey, Oakland Park. 
District No. 4 — Ross E. Mowry, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 6 — ^Leonard H. Brook. Dania. 
District No. 8 — John W. Shepherd, Hollywood. 
District No. 9 — H. E. Bouldine, Hallandale. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Andrew M. Brown, Deerfield Beach. 
District No. 2 — W. D. Overton, Pompano Beach. 
District No. 3 — Wayburn Mitchell. Oakland Park. 
District No. 4 — Harry Sullivan, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 6 — Cleo K. Phillips, Dania. 
District No. 8 — J. R. Morgan, Hollywood. 
Disti'ict No. 9 — Foster Ingalls, Hallandale. 

MEMBERS BROWARD COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — Paul M. Ryle, Hollywood; term expires January, 
1953. 

District No. 2 — Geo. W. Kelly, Dania; term expires January, 1953. 

District No. 3 — F. Laird Rickard, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
January, 1953. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 131 



APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER JUVENILE COURT 

Doyle A. McNeece, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires July 9, 1951. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
District No. 3 — L. H. Fitzsimmons, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires 
Senate of 1949. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 



None. 



None. 



COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 



SOUTH BROWARD HOSPITAL 

H. C. Swartz, Hallandale; term expires March 25, 1950. 
D. M. Jordan, Dania; term expires July 21, 1950. 
Frank Stirling, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires April 2, 1952. 
Nelson A. Elsasser, Hollywood; term expires March 10, 1952. 

CALHOUN 

COUNTY SEAT BLOUNTSTOWN 

County Judge — Roy S. Gaskin. 

Sheriff— J. C. Tucker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Peacock. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. K. Musgrove. 

Tax Collector — J. Drew Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ti-oy Penton. 

Supervisor of Registration — Sainey Parrish. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Woodrow Altman, Blountstown. 
District No. 2 — Coy O. Bryan, Altha. 
District No. 3— C. W. Shelton, Rt. 2, Altha. 
District No. 4— B. T. McClellan, Clarksville. 
District No. 5 — Wilson M. Bailey, Blountstown. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Lamar Hosford, Altha. 
District No. 2 — J. W. Jones, Blountstown. 
District No. 3 — W. E. Herndon, Altha. 
District No. 4 — R. B. Wells. Blountstown. 
District No. 5 — Willis Pitts, Kinard. 



132 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

Ehstrict No. 1 — G. T. Glass, Blountstown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jonah Barfield, Blountstown. 
CHARLOTTE 

COUNTY SEAT PUNTA GORDA 

County Judge — John T. Rose. 

Sheriff — Fred Quednau. 

Clerk Circuit Court— E. H. Scott. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Jordan. 

Tax Collector — E. B. Yeager. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Miss Sallie Jones. 

County Surveyor — H. C. Sheffield. 

County Attorney — Earl D. Farr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. V. King. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank O. Wilkins, Cleveland. 
District No. 2 — Shuby E. Locklear, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 3 — Vasco Peeples. Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 4 — Wesley C. Vickers, Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 5 — Matt Weeks, Punta Gorda. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Guthrie, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 2 — P. C. O'Haver, Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 3 — T. I. Kennedy, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 4 — Elmer Silcox, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 5 — W. F. Ridgell, Punta Gorda. 

JUSTICES OP THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Harry R. Goulding, Punta Gorda. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Paul C. Rasch, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 2 — Harry Robert Goulding, Punta Gorda. 

CITRUS 

COUNTY SEAT INVERNESS 

County Judge — O. Frank Scofield. 
Sheriff — Frank Morris. 
Clerk Circuit Court — F. D. Stevens. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Hugh C. Barco. 
Tax Collector — E. Van Anderson. 



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Superintendent Public Instruction — Roger Weaver. 
Supervisor of Registration — J. M. Hendrix. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Clyde Williams, Crystal River. 
District No. 2 — King Smith, Inverness, RFD No. 1. 
District No. 3 — W. A. Bellamy, Hernando. 
District No. 4 — James E. Rooks, Inverness. 
District No. 5 — Norman P. Savary, Inverness. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. W. Bellah, Hernando. 
District No. 2 — Ernest Hay, Crystal River. 
District No. 3 — George Priest, Inverness. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5 — S. O. Porter, Inverness. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — R. L. Bellamy, Orlando. 
District No. 4 — H. G. Golden, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — Harvey Miller, Inverness. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 4 — R. C. Bellamy, Hernando; term expires May 25, 
1947. 

HOMOSASSA SPECIAL WATER DISTRICT 

Kibble Crump, Homosassa Springs; term expires February 14, 
1951. Resigned July 7, 1948. Elmo Reed, Homosassa Springs; term 
expires March. 1950. 

CLAY 

COUNTY SEAT GREEN COVE SPRINGS 

County Judge- — Thomas J. Rivers. 

Sheriff— J. P. Hall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — R. L. Tilley. 

Coimty Assessor of Taxes — Claude H. Smith. 

Tax Collector — C. L. Saunders. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — C. B. Bowles. 

Supervisor of Registration — George L. Carlisle. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Marlin J. Harris, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — L. L. Murray, Doctor's Inlet. 
District No. 3 — Arthur Hatcher, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 4 — D. E. Pangborn, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 5 — Jay Daniels, Middleburg. 



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MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

IMstrict No. 1 — George A. Knight, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — W. Ernest Cherry, Orange Park. 
i:)istrict No. 3 — M. M. Sargent, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 4 — Jack Wilkinson, Maxville. 
District No. 5 — LeRoy Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Jim Rushton, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 4 — C. C. Norton, Starke. 

District No. 5 — Al Bullay, Green Cove Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — L. E. Green, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — A. H. Wilkinson, Maxville. 
District No. 4 — Fred W. Davis, Sr., Kingsley Lake. 
District No. 5 — Arthur Long, Green Cove Springs. 

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. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ernest W. Hall. 

Supervisor of Registration — G. C. Luther. 

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. Clarke, Jr., Naples. 
District No. 5 — G. W. Whidden, Immokalee. 

MEMBERS 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. 
District No 4 — Clyde L. Clifton, Everglades. 
District No. 5 — J. M. Pepper, Immokalee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — A. P. Ayers, Naples. 



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CONSTABLES 

None. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
W. H. Turner, Everglade; term expires August 21, 1949. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — I. L. Bennett, Immokalee; term expires January 
3, 1949. 

District No. 2— E. C. Howell, Everglades; term expires January 
30, 1949. 

District No. 4 — Chester Walker, Immokalee; term expires Janu- 
ary 22, 1949. 

COLUMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT LAKE CITY 

County Judge — Archie Buie, Jr. 

Sheriff— Ralph Witt. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hugh B. Summers. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Lonnie M. Pearce. 

Tax Collector — Alvin C. Hosford. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Albert H. Rumph. 

County Surveyor — B. G. Moore, Lake City. 

County Attorney — W. Joe Ferguson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Norman H. Miller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. B. Thomas. Lake City. 
District No. 2 — Preston M. Sandlin, Lake City. 
District No. 3 — Henry Melton, Lake City. 
District No. 4— H. J. Witt, Lake City, RFD. 
Kstrict No. 5 — Max M. Law, Lake City. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. J. Perkins, Lake City. 
District No. 2 — Otis L. Page, Lake City. 
District No. 3 — L. C. tLem) Owens, Lake City. 
District No. 4 — H. R. Faulkner, Lake City. 
District No. 5 — W. Brantley Brannon, Lake City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — J. B. Sparkman, Ft. White. 
District No. 10 — B. F. Weeks, Lake City. 



CONSTABLES 

District No. 10 — Harry K. Roberts, Lake City. 



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DADE 
COUNTY SEAT — MIAMI 

Judge — W. F. Blanton. 

Sheriff — Jimmy Sullivan. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. B. Leatherman. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — W. Cecil Watson. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Ben. C. Willard. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Robt. R. Taylor. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. N. Lummus, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Ernest Overstreet. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — James T. Wilson. 

County Surveyor — Chas. G. Hannock. 

Supervisor of Registration — Carl Holmer, Jr. 

Purchasing Agent and County Auditor — Wm. D. Joyce. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. H. Yarborough, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Hugh Peters, Miami. 
District No. 3 — J. D. MacVicar, Miami. 
District No. 4 — Preston B. Bird, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Louis F. Snediker, Miami Springs. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Harley G. Collins, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Harley C. Lassister, Miami. 
District No. 3 — James Henderson, Miami. 
District No. 4 — Joseph P. Plummer, Miami. 
District No. 5 — Milton Weiss, Miami Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Edwin Lee Mason, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Thos. S. Ferguson, Miami. 
District No. 3 — Otis B. Sutton, Coral Gables. 
District No. 4 — Vernon W. Turner, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Kenneth Oka, Miami Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. M. M. Hudson, Miami. 
District No. 2 — O. D. Henderson, Jr., Miami. 
District No. 3 — Luther T. Hardison, Miami. 
District No. 4 — Pete Morgan, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Harry S. Higgins, Miami Beach. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Alexander M. Balfe, Miami; term expires January, 1951. 



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APPOINTIVE OFFICES 

CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER OF THE JUVENILE AND 
DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT 

W. Ira Hazlett, Miami; term expires December 8, 1951. 

PROBATION AND PAROLE OFFICER 

R. B. Eaverson, Miami; term expires July 6, 1951. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Cason Ives, Ojus; term expires October 2, 1949. 

DADE COUNTY ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

S. S. McCahill, Miami; term expires August 15, 1949. 
M. B. Garris, Miami; term expires October 1, 1949. 

D. Earl Wilson, Miami; term expires August 22, 1949. 

R. P. Barfield, Perrine; term expires September 20, 1950. 
Ralph D. Cullen, Miami; term expires September 20, 1950. 

DADE COUNTY JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Thee. W. Moore, Miami; term expired January, 1948. 
J. N. McArthur, Miami; term expires January, 1949. 

COURT OF CRIMES 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Wayne Allen, Miami; term expires July 18, 1951. 

JUVENILE COURT AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 

Judge — Walter H. Beckman, Miami; term expires July 2, 1949. 

CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation i 
Judge — David J. Hefferman, Miami; term expires January 15, 
1950. 
Judge — Norman Hendry. Miami; term expires August 4, 1949. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Jeff Gautier, South Miami; term expires Senate of 1949. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

E. N. Belcher, Miami; term expires November 27, 1951. 

J. O. Webster, Miami Beach; term expires November 25, 1951. 
W. Bruce Mcintosh, Miami; term expires November 5, 1951. 
Eldon L. Boyce, Miami; term expires Senate of 1949. 
Sam Mui'ray. Miami; term expires November 18, 1951. 



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COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — L. D. Llewellen. Miami; term expires June 9. 1951. 

District No. 2 — W. G. Earnest, Miami; term expires June 10, 1952. 

District No. 3 — W. L. Farris, Miami; term expires June 7, 1951. 

District No. 4 — Luther L. Chantler, Goulds; term expires June 
11, 1952. 

District No. 5 — C. W. Chase, Jr., Miami Beach; term expires 
June 7, 1951. 

DeSOTO 
county seat arcadia 

County Judge — Gordon Hayes. 

Sheriff — Tom Anderson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leslie E. Avant. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Miss Kate Carlton. 

Tax Collector — Mrs. Edna M. Robertson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — L. H. Hancock. 

County Surveyor — M. E. Albritton. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William Dishong. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sallie Ivey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana J. Jones, Arcadia. 

District No. 2 — Harry D. Sloat, Arcadia. 

District No. 3 — M. A. Hollingsworth, Arcadia. 

District No. 4 — S. N. Smith, Nocatee. 

District No. 5 — J. A. Craft, Arcadia. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Ivey L. Dukes, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — Travis Petry, Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — Barney McLain, Nocatee. 
District No. 4 — A. C. Polk, Jr., Arcadia. 
District No. 5 — Thomas R. Brown, Arcadia. 



None. 



None. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



CONSTABLES 



APPOINTIVE OFFICES 



INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — Geo. Duncan, Arcadia; term expires June 20, 1949. 
District No. 3 — Jake Morgan, Arcadia; term expired July 21, 1946. 



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DIXIE 



COUNTY SEAT — CROSS CITY 



County Judge — L. G. Gunter. 

Sheriff— D. H. Hatcher. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cauley C. Copeland. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. D. Sanders. 

Tax Collector — D. E. Butler. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. F. Hill. 

County Surveyor — Ellis Johnson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Jessie W. Williams. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Warren Barber, Cross City. 
District No. 2 — Prince E. Shepperd, Old Town. 
District No. 3 — Roy B. Hendry, Cross City. 
District No. 4 — E. C. Chewning, Cross City. 
District No. 5 — John Philmon, Steinhatchee. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — B. A. Higginbotham, Old Town. 
District No. 3 — B. N. Nesmith, Cross City. 
District No. 3 — J. B. Harris, Shamrock. 
District No. 4 — Fred Fletcher, Old Town. 
District No. 5 — W. H. Mathis, Cross City. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



None. 



CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Cleve Dees, Old Town. 
District No. 2 — Hinton Bodge, Old Town. 

DUVAL 

COUNTY SEAT JACKSONVILLE 

County Judge — McKenney J. Davis. 

Sheriff — Rex Sweat. 

Clerk Circuit Com-t — Leonard W. Thomas. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Kathleen L. Hartley. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Edwin L. Johns. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Wayne E. Ripley. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Leon Forbes. 

Tax Collector — Clyde H. Simpson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. Daniel Boyd. 

Supervisor of Registration — Fleming H. Bowden. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Tom 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 — William H. Dowling, Jacksonville. 



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MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

1 — Ted DeWitt, Jacksonville. 
2 — Robert C. Lechner, Jacksonville. 
3 — W. C. Rivers, Jacksonville. 
4 — Francis P. Conroy, Jacksonville. 
5 — Cecil B. Lowe, Jacksonville. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

2 — F. W. Williams, Dinsmore. 

3 — J. A. Beard, Baldwin. 

4 — L. B. McCullough, Jacksonville. 

5 — Jas. L. Gavagan, Mayport. 

8 — Steve J. Targonski, Bayard. 
10 — Genevieve Medlock, Jacksonville. 
11 — Sarah Bryan, Jacksonville. 
12 — T. O. Holmes, South Jacksonville. 

CONSTABLES 

2 — D. M. Keen, Dinsmore. 

3 — J. A. Thomas, Baldwin. 

4 — Lonnie A. Sikes, Jacksonville. 

5 — F. E. Bronson, Jacksonville Beach 

8 — R. G. Hartley, Jacksonville. 

9 — L. B. Wilson, Jacksonville. 
10 — J. R. Carmichael, Jacksonville. 
11— A. M. Stephens, Jacksonville. 



DUVAL COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Harry W. Stewart, Jacksonville; term expires 
January 1, 1951. 

District No. 2 — Walter N. Pace, Jacksonville; term expires Jan- 
uary 1, 1951. 

District No. 3 — James E. Ross, Jacksonville; term expires Jan- 
uary 1, 1951. 

District No. 4— Paul R. Akin, Jacksonville; resigned. Geo. S. 
Coulter; term expires January 1, 1951. 

Disti'ict No. 5 — Harry A. Pierce, Jacksonville; term expires Jan- 
uary 1, 1951. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

James Coppedge, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1951. 



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BUDGET COMMISSION ELECTIVE 

District 1 — Harold Whitehead, Jacksonville; term, expires Janu- 
ary, 1949. 

District 2 — W. T. (Billi Dow. Jacksonville; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1951. 

District 3 — Fred E. Biggs, Jacksonville; term expires January, 
1949. 

District 4 — Wm. T. Gordon. Jacksonville; term expires January, 
1951. 

District 5 — Leland Jordan, Jacksonville; term expires January, 
1949. Resigned. William H. Dowling, Jacksonville; term expires 
January, 1949. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION AND PAP.OLE OFFICER 

Criminal Court of Record — P. Bedford Wright; term expires June 
15, 1951. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. Nell R. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 20, 1949. 

CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — Burton Bans. Jacksonville; term expires May 5, 1949. 

MEMBERS COUNTY WELF.ARE BOARD 

(Nine Members) 

J. Webster Merritt, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1949. 
E. C. Mitchell, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1949. 
Inez Carson, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1951. 
Mrs. J. K. Atwood, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1949. 
Geo. Fish, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1951. 
Mrs. Walter S. Jones, Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1949. 
Kenneth A. Morris. Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 1951. 
Mrs. Angus B. Rosborough. Jacksonville; term expires July 10, 
1951. 
Raymond B. Harris, Jacksonville; term expires July 3, 1951. 

JUVENILE JUDGE 

W. S. Criswell, Jacksonville; term expires August 18, 1951. 

DUVAL COUNTY ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

Beale Travis, Jacksonville, commissioned October 31, 1944 until 
October 31, 1947. 

Geo. D. Auchter, Jacksonville, commissioned October 31, 1944 until 
October 31, 1947. 



142 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

Frank E. Jennings, Jacksonville, commissioned November 1, 1944 
until November 1, 1947. 

Elmer L. Hagin, Jacksonville, commissioned November 1, 1944 
until November 1. 1947. 

Charles R. Thebaut, Jacksonville, commissioned November 4, 1944 
until November 1, 1947. 

COUNTY JURY COMMISSIONERS 

B. B. McCormick, Jacksonville; term expires January 25, 1944. 
Resigned January 3, 1946 and T. K. Akra, Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned March 12, 1946 until first Monday in January, 1948. 

John S. Bond, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1951. 
T. K. Akra, Jacksonville; term expires January, 1948. 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES 

(6 Inspectors) 

S. W. Register, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 
E. S. Cravens, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Governor. 

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

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Coniirmationi 
James W. Pettyjohn, Jacksonville, term expires April 5, 1949. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

George M. Milam, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1951. 
H. C. Avery, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1951. 
Clarence Ashby, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1951. 
Jame.s C. Merrill, Jacksonville; term expires February 18, 1951. 
Franklin G. Russell, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1951. 

ESCAMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT PENSACOLA 

County Judge — Harvey E. Page. 

Sheriff— R. L. Kendrick. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Langley Bell. 

Judge Court of Record — Ernest E. Mason. 

Solicitor Court of Record — Forsyth Caro. 

Clerk Court Record — George Trawick. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wiley J. McDavid. 

Tax Collector — Ben L. Davis. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Dan J. Anderson. 

Supervisor of Registration — M. B. Jones. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank 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. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — M. B. Holmes. Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Oliver J. Semmes, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — Louis C. Sample, Pensacola. 
District No. 4 — Robt. E. Egelhof, Pensacola. 
District No. 5 — Clyde A. Harrison, Pensacola. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Harvey M. Bizzell, Pensacola. 

District No. 2 — L. B. Morgan, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Jacobi, Pensacola. 

District No. 4 — Alton F. Vaughn. Rt. 1, Atniore, Ala. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — A Hilliard Bailey, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Emmett E. Shelby, Pensacola. 
District No. 3— Gilbert Ward, Molino. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Rigby, Century. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — R. E. Lee, Pensacola, term expires January 2, 1946. 

District No. 2 — Francis O'Connor, Pensacola, term expires Decem- 
ber 30, 1946. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Wright, Pensacola, term expires December 
29, 1947. 

District No. 4 — Fred L. Jennings, Pensacola, term expires Jan- 
uary 22, 1949. 

District No. 5 — R. L. Jones, Pensacola, term expires January 4, 
1949. 

ESCAMBIA RIVER BRIDGE AUTHORITY 

J. L. Matthews, Molino; term expires July 1, 1949. 
J. E. Estes, Milton; term expires July 1, 1951. 
A. D. Pace, Pensacola; term expires July 1, 1951. 
T. D. Salters, Milton; term expires July 1, 1950. 
• Terry Richardson, Pensacola; term expires July 1, 1948. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

W. A. Brown, Walnut Hill, term expires 1st Tuesday after 1st 
Monday in January, 1948. 

M. B. Gibson, Pensacola. term expires 1st Tuesday after 1st 
Monday in January, 1949. 



144 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



HARBOR MASTER 

W. E. Brown, Pensacola, term expires October 20, 1949. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Conjirmation) 
Morris Levy, Pensacola, term expires June 6, 1949. 
V. A. Bruno, Pensacola, term expires June 6, 1949. 
M. A. Touart, Jr., Pensacola, term expires June 6, 1949. 
Thomas A. Johnson, Pensacola, term expires June 6. 1949 
Wm. V. Fauria, Pensacola, term expires June 6, 1949. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Virgil A. Lee, Jr., Pensacola, term expires Oct. 19, 1951. 

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES 

H. C. Stringfield, Pensacola, commissioned April 6, 1941, P. G. 
J. T. Stringfield, Pensacola, commissioned February 21, 1941, P. G. 

COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

M. A. Lischkoff, Pensacola, term expires October 2, 1950. 
A. L. Whigham, Pensacola, term expires October 3, 1952. 
Mary Ann Harrell, Pensacola, term expires Oct. 4, 1952. 
Hunter Brown, Pensacola, term expires Oct. 6, 1951. 
Ralph McLane, Pen.sacola. term expires Dec. 1, 1951. 

FLAGLER 
COUNTY SEAT — BUNNELL 

County Judge — E. W. Johnston. 

Sheriff — Henry Wells. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ralph E. Harbert. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. D. Moody. 

Tax Collector — J. F. Mercer. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John A. Clegg. 

Supervisor of. Registration — Mrs. Gladys Deen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. E. Wadsworth, Bunnell. 

District No. 2 — George E. Wickline, Flagler Beach. 

District No. 3 — Walter Cody, Bunnell. 

District No. 4— R. T. Hamilton. Bunnell. 

District No. 5 — E. A. Hunter, Espanola. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. K. McKnight, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — H. P. Bowden, Bunnell. 
District No. 3 — W. L. Dunson, Bunnell. 
District No. 4 — Harold D. Emery. 
District No. 5 — Malcolm Johnson, Bunnell. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — A. A. Walker, Bunnell. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. L. Pellicer, Bunnell. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICE 
MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

O. F. Alford. Bunnell; term expires January 1, 1951. 

FRANKLIN 

COUNTY SEAT — APALACHICOLA 

County Judge — Raymond M. Witherspoon. 

Sheriff — Stanford Bragdon. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. P. Dodd. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Fred A. Hoffman. 

Tax Collector — Oscar C. Melvin. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John T. Howard. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Clyde Brown. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. W. Segree, East Point. 

District No. 2 — V. G. Sangaree, Apalachicola. 

District No. 3 — J. G. Bruce, Apalachicola. 

District No. 4 — W. F. Randolph, Apalachicola. 

District No. 5 — H. L. Cook, Carrabelle. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. V. Benson, Apalachicola. 

District No. 2 — W. M. Robison, Carrabelle. 

District No. 3 — A. L. Tucker, Jr., East Point. 

District No. 4 — D. I. Marshall, Sr., Apalachicola. 

District No. 5 — N. A. For tunas, Apalachicola. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



None. 



CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Robert H. Ray, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — Wesley Ross, Carrabelle. 
District No. 3 — E. W. Morris, East Point. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

J. C. Sharit, Apalachicola; tex'm expired September 22, 1933. 
R. P. Bradford, Carrabelle; term expired September 22, 1933. 



146 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Leon C. Hance, Carrabelle; term expired next Senate of 1945. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

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, taut failed to qualify. 

C. T. Lanier, Apalachicola; term, expired Senate, 1937. Appointed 
and confirmed by the Senate, but failed to qualify. 

Alva Bragdon, Carrabelle; term expired February 10, 1939. 

COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

B. I. Solomon, Apalachicola, term expired January 27, 1949. 

C. L. Brantley, Apalachicola. term expired January 31, 1949. 
Hal Hoffman, Apalachicola, term expires January 27, 1951. 
G. A. Dodd, Apalachicola, term expires January 27, 1952. 
L. C. Hance, Carrabelle, term expires January 4, 1950. 

GADSDEN 

COUNTY SEAT QUINCY 

County Judge — Frank B. Thrower. 

Sheriff — Otho Edwards. 

Clerk Circuit Court— F. F. Morgan. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. L. Green. 

Tax Collector — Clinton Bassett. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — G. H. Mears. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. Love Hutchinson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. P. Woodberry, Havana. 

District No. 2 — E. Perry Woodward, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — Homer B. Hirt, Chattahoochee. 

District No. 4 — Hope Hines, Greensboro. 

District No. 5 — E. E. Bass, Quincy. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. N. Darsey, Concord. 

District No. 2 — John C. Hinson, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — Edward H. Fletcher, Chattahoochee. 

District No. 4 — E. W. Scarborough, Chattahoochee. 

District No. 5 — Mark W. Monroe, Quincy. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. A. McDermid, Quincy. 
District No. 9 — A. K. Gholson, Chattahoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Geo. W. Johnson, Quincy. 

District No. 9 — Edward D. Shepard, Chattahoochee. 

GILCHRIST 

COUNTY SEAT TRENTON 

County Judge — M. G. Atkins. 

Sheriff — D. H. Browning. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Horace Thomas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. M. Quincey. 

Tax Collector — Ben M. Williams. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — E. P. Turner. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Nellie Langston. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Tommie Read, Trenton. 
District No. 2— B. G. Curry, Trenton. 
District No. 3 — W. O. Cannon, Belle. 
District No. 4 — Horace Groover, Bell. 
District No. 5 — Joel Langford, High Springs. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. R. Beauchamp, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — Lonnie Downing, Trenton. 
District No. 3 — Ralph A. Taylor, Bell. 
District No. 4 — Theatis C. Thomas, Branford. 
District No. 5 — W. M. (Bill) Beach, Newberry. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — N. L. Curry, Wilcox. 

GLADES 

COUNTY SEAT MOORE H-WEN 

County Judge — J. M. Couse. 

Sheriff— C. S. Pressley. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. D. S. Weeks. 

County Assessor of Taxes — I. E. Scott. 

Tax Collector — Cecil Y. Brooks. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Velton Walters. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Sallie Hadden. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. S. Aly, Moore Haven. 
District No. 2 — Thomas W. Coker, LaBelle. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Adkins, Moore Haven. 
District No. 4 — Cleo Taylor, Moore Haven. 
District No. 5 — L. N. Journigan, Moore Haven. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Velton Walters, Moore Haven. Resigned. 

District No. 2 — T. H. Snell, Palmdale. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Luvenia Gorman, Lakeport. 

District No. 4 — Alice C. Bailey, LaBelle. 

District No. 5 — Lorena Skipper, Moore Haven. 

JUSTICES OF THE PE.-iCE 

None. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. L. Golden, Moore Haven. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
W. B. Norton, Moore Haven, commissioned April 24, 1944. until 
next Senate. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — Lewis Compton, Moore Haven; term expires April 
30, 1950. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Sweet Peeples, Citrus Center; term expires 
May 28, 1949. 

District No. 4 — Ben Cross, LaBelle; term expires April 17, 1949. 

GULF 

COUNTY SEAT WEWAHITCHKA 

County Judge — J. E. Pridgeon. 

Sheriff — Byrd E. Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. Y. Core. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Samuel A. Patrick. 

Tax Collector — Edd C. Pridgeon. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Thomas A. Owens. 

Supervisor of Registration — C. G. Rish (Mrs. i 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Tobe Gay, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 2 — Jim S. Daniel, Wewahitchka, RPD. 



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District No. 3 — Peter Strange, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 4 — Basil E. Kenney, Jr., Port St. Joe. 
District No. 5 — J. F. Miller, Port St. Joe. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Thomas E. Meriwether, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 2 — C. L. Costin, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 3— L. P. Sutton, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 4 — James H. Greer, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 5— J. A. Whitfield, Wewahitchka. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

None. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICERS 
HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Robert Tapper, Port St. Joe, term expires July 1, 1949. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
H. C. Davis, Port St. Joe, term expires December 6, 1951. 
Harry Saunders, Port St. Joe, term expires Dec. 6, 1951. 
C. G. Costin, Port St. Joe, term expires Dec. 6, 1951. 
N. Comforter, Port St. Joe, term expires Dec. 6, 1951. 
Robert Billows, Port St. Joe, term expires Dec. 6, 1951. 

HAMILTON 

COUNTY SEAT JASPER 

County Judge — Ernest Rutledge. 

Sheriff— Brock Allen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Miss Thelma Lewis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. W. Register. 

Tax Collector — Jesse J. Milton. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. W. Bradshaw. 

Supervisor of Registration — Gordon Wetherington. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. V. McCall, Jasper. 

District No. 2— James Wynn, Jasper. 

District No. 3 — Maurice Bennett, Jasper. 

District No. 4 — C. C. Bullard, Jasper. 

District No. 5 — Jerry Smith, Jasper. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — George W. Young, Jasper. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Mitchell, Jasper. 



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District No. 3 — Mrs. Lillian S. Saunders, White Springs. 
District No. 4 — Hubert Burnett, Jasper. 
District No. 5 — Ed Wells, Jasper. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

None. 

HARDEE 

COUNTY SEAT — WAUCHULA 

County Judge — Clyde Maddox. 

Sheriff— E. O. Roberts. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ben Coker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mabry Carlton. 

Tax Collector — Curtis Ezell. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — H. D. Dominick. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lome Yetter. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. J. Johnson, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2 — Lee Hanchey, Wauchula. 
District No. 3 — Clayton Terrell, Ona. 
District No. 4 — W. T. Whitcomb, Zolfo Springs. 
District No. 5 — I. V. Moore, Wauchula. 

MEMBERS BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Irven Locklear, Wauchula. 
District No. 2 — Ralph Smith, Wauchula. 
District No. 3 — Albert T. Pace, Wauchula. 
District No. 4 — J. J. Simmons, Wauchula. 
District No. 5 — W. C. Hov/ze. Wauchula. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



CONSTABLES 



None. 
None. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

State at Large — T. N. Carlton, Wauchula; term expired 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. 4 — W. L. Lewelling, Zolfo Springs, commissioned April 
10, 1941, for four years. 

District No. 5 — Barney Prescott, Zolfo Springs, term expired 
January 7, 1947. 



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HENDRY 

COUNTY SEAT LABELLE 

County Judge — R. M. Harris. 

Sheriff— Bill Maddox. 

Clerk Circuit Court — T. Coburn Moore. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dennis Small. 

Tax Collector— A. O. Ward. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Agnes Y. Thomas. 

County Attorney — Harry P. Johnston. 

Supervisor of Registration — John L. Hall. 

County Surveyor — Earl S. Royer. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Charles E. Miner, Clewiston. 

District No. 2 — J. Olien Davidson, LaBelle. 

District No. 3— R. B. Waldron, LaBelle. 

District No. 4 — Alto Hiers, LaBelle. 

District No. 5 — Broward N. Parsons, Pelda. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Leon A. Willis, Felda. 

District No. 2 — Ivan P. Hall, LaBelle. 

District No. 3 — E. M. Cornette, Clewiston. 

District No. 4 — O. W. Risher, LaBelle. 

District No. 5— R. M. Hare, Clewiston. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — James K. Weaver, Clewiston. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jimmy Davis, Clewiston. 

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 
September 20, 1943, until next Senate. 

E. M. Cornette, Clewiston, commissioned September 24, 1945 until 
Senate of 1947. 

INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — R. C. Nowling, Clewiston; term expired February 

7, 1945. Res. September 12, 1943. 

District No. 2 — Mrs. Pearl Curry, LaBelle; term expired October 
27, 1944. 

District No.2— C. O. Willis, Felda; term expired October 29, 1944. 

District No. 4 — Mrs. A. C. Mills, Clewiston, term expired February 
7, 1945. 



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COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

E. E. Kelly, Clewiston, term expires July 7. 1951. 
Blitz Wegman, LaBelle, term expires July 14, 1951. 
Earl Murray, LaBelle, term expires July 23, 1950. 
Dave G. Alston, Clewiston, term expires July 23, 1950. 
Fred C. Sikes, Clewiston, term expires July 8, 1952. 
W. W. Perry, Clewiston, term expires July 8, 1949. 

HERNANDO 
COUNTY SEAT BROOKSVILLE 

County Judge — Monroe W. Tremain, Brooksville. 

Sheriff — Sim L. Lowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leamon Q. Varn. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sidney F. Dick. 

Tax Collector — J. T. Daniel. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Leslie L. Fisher. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Marie E. M. Durden. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. P. Mills, Tl-ilby. 
District No. 2 — R. H. Keeling, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — John L. Ayers, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — Ed C. Bloom, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — R. M. Harville, Brooksville. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. D. Lanier, Brooksville. 
District No. 2 — B. A. Crum, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — Julius Batten, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — Horace E. Gant, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — J. K. Fundenburk, Brooksville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Fletcher Weston, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — James Brooks, Brooksville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. M. Price, Lacochee. 
District No. 4 — J. C. Plummer, Brooksville. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — G. H. Mills, Lacoochee; term expired June 12, 
1940. 

District No. 4 — E. W. Snow, Brooksville, commissioned June 28, 
1941, for four years. 



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HIGHLANDS 

COUNTY SEAT — SEBRING 

County Judge — Howard G. Livingston. 

Sheriff — Broward Coker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — H. T. Piety. 

County Assessor of Taxes — P. G. Gearing. 

Tax Collector — J. Colin Dishong. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Fred Wild. 

County Attorney — M. R. McDonald. 

Supervisor of Registration — R. X. Droit. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— M. H. Grice, Avon Park. 
District No. 2— Arthur J. Tubbs, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — R. L. Stokes, Lorida. 
District No. 4 — A. C. McAuley, Lake Placid. 
District No. 5 — John W. Schumacher, Sebring. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Paul Garber, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — L. C. Green, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — Mrs. K. M. Waggaman, Lorida. 
District No. 4 — S. F. Longbottom, Avon Park. 
District No. 5 — Elton Weaver, Sebring. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Alton Elder, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — W. L. Long, Sebring. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Robert Sylvester Massey, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — Lewis I. Butler, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — N. B. Cline, Lake Placid. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
N. B. Jackson. Venus; term expires August 7. 1949. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Sarah J. Dimberline, Sebring; term expires June 29, 1952. 



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HILLSBOROUGH 

COUNTY SEAT TAMPA 

County Judge — Wm. C. Brooker. 

Sheriff— Hugh Culbreath. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Chas. H. Pent. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — L. D. Simmons. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — L. A. Grayson. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — V. R. Fisher. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. S. Sparkman. 

Tax Collector — Anthony Schleman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Crockett Farnell. 

County Surveyor — Harold M. Sullivan. 

Supervisor of Registration — John C. Dekle. 

MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Noraman F. Six, Tampa; term expires November 7, 1950. 

W. M. Miles, Tampa; term expires October 23, 1950. 

E. O. Henry, Palermo. Tampa; term expires October 17, 1950. 

M. M. Mabry, Tampa; term expires April 3, 1950. 

J. M. Bregar, Tampa; term expires October 13, 1950. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Nick Nuccio, Tampa. 
District No. 2— Fred W. Ball, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — G. Frank Bullard, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — Earl W. Simmons, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — Elbert Moore, Balm. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Al Chiaramonte, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Marvin D. Green, Tampa. 
District No. 3 — C. Leon King, Tampa. 
District No. 4 — Fred D. Alley, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — Ellsworth G. Simmons, Limona. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Joseph G. Spicola, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Ward Holloviray, Plant City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — T. L. Hackney, Jr., Tampa. 
District No. 2 — James L. Brannen, Plant City. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Joseph A. Falsone, Tampa; term expires Janu- 
ary, 1953. 



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District No. 2 — George A. Carey, Tampa; term expires January, 
1951. 

District No. 3 — Henry Claywell, Tampa; term expires January, 
1953. 

District No. 4 — Carl D. Brorein. Tampa; term expires January, 
1951. 

District No. 5 — Paul B. Dickman, Ruskin; term expires January, 
1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
JURY COMMISSIONERS 

D. B. McKay, Tampa; term expired January, 1948. 
J. H. Lockhart, Tampa; term expired January, 1949. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

Bruce Robbins, Tampa; term expired November 15, 1948. 
Morris White, Tampa; term expires November 15, 1950. 
Byron Bushnell, Tampa; term expires Senate of 1949. 
Richard E. Knight, Tampa; term expires November 16, 1949. 
F. M. Hendry, Tampa; term expires November 25, 1949. 

MEMBERS VIRGINIA PARK ZONING COMMISSION 

Wm. C. Pearce, Tampa; term expii'es June 30, 1950. 
Chas. E. Miller, Jr., Tampa; term expired July 16, 1948. 
Morton O. Nace, Tampa; term expires July 22, 1949. 

JUVENILE COURT 

Judge — Paul R. Kickliter, Tampa; term expires July 29. 1951. 

PROBATION OFFICER 

Edna Hennessee, Tampa; term expires July 13, 1951. 

INSPECTOR NAVAL STORES 

J. G. Sharpe, Tampa; term expires at pleasure of the Governor. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES SUBURBAN TAMPA SANITARY DISTRICT 

J. L. Young, Jr., Tampa; commissioned January 27, 1947 until 
January 1, 1950. 

J. L. Stevens, Tampa; commissioned November 23, 1945, until 
January 1, 1951. 

V. H. Northcutt, Tampa; commissioned December 3, 1945 until 
January 1, 1952. 

MEMBERS SUBURB BEAUTIFUL SANITARY DISTRICT 

Joseph W. Dalton, Tampa; term expired November 23. 1941. 
C. T. Dawkins, Tampa; term expired November 23, 1947. 
Counts Johnston, Tampa; term expired November 24, 1947. 



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MEMBERS NORTH INTERBAY FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

R. H. Lain, Tampa; commissioned August 11, 1946 until August 
11, 1952. 

H. L. Crowder, Tampa; commissioned August 8, 1945 imtil August 
8, 1951. 

Rufus T. D. Cooper, Tampa; commissioned September 9, 1946 
until August 10, 1950. 

Arthur T. Averill, Tampa; commissioned August 10, 1945 until 
August 11. 1948. 

Frank S. Cochran, Tampa; commissioned September 16, 1947 
until August 8, 1951. 

MEMBERS SOUTH INTERBAY FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

C. H. Ferguson, Tampa; commissioned August 6, 1947 until August 
10, 1950. 

Otto Pelham, Tampa; commissioned September 3, 1947 until 
August 10, 1952. 

Nelson Pondexter, Tampa; commissioned August 13, 1947 until 
August 13, 1951. 

Wilbur Jenkins, Tampa; commissioned August 13, 1947 until 
August 13, 1952. 

Carl Roch, Tampa; commissioned September 9, 1948 until Sep- 
tember 13, 1951. 

GOLF VIEW PARKLAND SPECIAL SANITARY DISTRICT 

J. D. Barritt, Tampa; term expired April 1, 1947. 
J. C. Council, Tampa; term expired March 30, 1948. 
Geo. L. Cook, Tampa; term expires March 30, 1950. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MARYLAND MANOR 
SPECIAL SANITARY DISTRICT 

Chas. I. Campbell, Tampa; one year from April 14, 1947. 
C. E. Cox, Tampa; two years from April 16, 1947. 
Paul E. Fort, Tampa; three years from April 18, 1947. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Duties assumed by Hillsborough County Port Authority. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Karl E. Whitaker, Tampa; term expires June 16, 1951. 
Lee F. Pallardy, Tampa; term expires June 16, 1951. 
Fred J. Woods, Tampa; term expires June 16, 1951. 
H. L. Crowder, Tampa; term expires June 16, 1951. 
J. A. Smith, Tampa; term expires June 16, 1951. 



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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

Bruce Robbins, Tampa; term expires Senate 1949. 
Byron Bushnell, Tampa; term expires Senate 1949. 
Carlton C. Cone, Tampa; term expires Senate 1949. 
Richard E. Knight, Tampa; term expires November 16, 1949. 
F. M. Hendry, Tampa; term expires November 25, 1949. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY 

E. H. Chapman, Plant City, commissioned July 28, 1945 until 
July 1, 1949. 

Leslie H. Blank, Tampa, commissioned September 4. 1945 until 
July 1. 1949. 

W. B. Hagei'ty, Tampa, commissioned September 4, 1945 until 
July 1, 1949. Resigned March 29, 1946. 

Karl B. Cuesta, Tampa; commissioned April 17, 1946 until July 
1, 1949. 

ELECTION BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

1 — Charles Cuervo, Tampa; term expires General election 1951. 
2 — Joseph D. Adams, Tampa; term expires General election 1953. 
3 — ^L. B. Poston, Tampa; term expires General election 1951. 
4 — Lester B. Blain, Plant City; term expires General election 1953. 
5 — W. E. Carothers, Lamona; term expires General election 1951. 

DIRECTORS LAW LIBRARY BOARD 

Norman C. Brown, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1953. 
Chas. F. Blake, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1949. 
Arthur L. Anderson, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1950. 
Calvin Johnson, Tampa; term expires July 1, 1951. 
Jo.seph Miyares, Tampa; term expires July 1. 1952. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS SULPHUR SPRINGS 
FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

James D. Mintzner, Tampa; term expires September 9, 1949. 
Joseph L. Beverly, Sulphur Springs; term expires September 12, 
1949. 
W. D. Harriz, Tampa; term expires September 9, 1949. 
Percy Crittenden, Tampa; term expires September 9, 1950. 
H. E. Adams, Tampa; term expires September 9, 1950. 

HOLMES 

COUNTY SEAT BONIFAY 

County Judge — Klein McDonald. 
Sheriff— J. R. Chance. 
Clerk Circuit Court — J. B. Helms. 
County Assessor of Taxes — W. L. Slay. 



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Tax Collector — Gordon demons. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — ^Alex Shepherd. 

Supervisor of Registration — Julius Phillips. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. H. Padgett, Bonifay. 
District No. 2^W. L. Hudson, Westville. 
District No. 3 — I. O. Hyman, Graceville. 
District No. 4 — Cecil Miller, Bonifay. 
District No. 5 — J. P. Bush, Bonifay. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Levy Tindall, Bonifay. 

District No. 2 — Fred H. Stripling, Westville. 

District No. 3 — G. W. Curry, Caryville. 

District No. 4 — Jesse J. Pitts, Bonifay. 

District No. 5 — Jepp T. Pate, Noma. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. R. Norris, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 5 — J. H. Bullock, Bonifay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Woodrow W. Cooey, Westville. 
District No. 5 — Curtis C. Roberts, Bonifay. 

INDIAN RIVER 

COUNTY SEAT VERO BEACH 

County Judge — Otis M. Cobb. 

Sheriff— L. B. O'Steen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Douglas Baker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Homer C. Fletcher. 

Tax Collector — Troy E. Moody. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. A. Thompson. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Sherman N. Smith, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Louis Harris, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — H. C. Watts, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2 — J. L. Helpling, Wabasso. 
District No. 3 — Aubrey L. Waddell, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4— W. C. Graves, Jr., Vero Beach. 
District No. 5 — Tom N. Stewart, Vero Beach. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clayton T. Browne, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2 — Martha P. Taylor, Vero Beach. 



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District No. 3— C. G. Wilhoit, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4 — Sarah F. Diamond, Vero Beach. 
District No. 5 — L. D. Smith, Wabasso. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Axel T. Peterson, Vero Beach; term expired January, 1949. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Hamilton H. Floyd, Vero Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — W. M. Palmer, Fellsmere. 
District No. 5 — Henry A. DeWitt, Vero Beach. 

MEMBERS INDIAN RIVER MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

J. M. Barnes, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1953. 
W. F. Cox, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1953. 
E. M. Becton, Vero Beach; term expires January, 1953. 

JACKSON 

COUNTY SEAT MARIANNA 

County Judge — Robert L. McCrary. 

Sheriff — Ernest F. Barnes. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. W. Bowles. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Luther Duncan. 

Tax Collector — Leo Sims. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John D. Milton. 

County Surveyor — H. H. Pritchard. 

County Attorney — Clyde Mayhall. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. W. J. Mitchell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. K. Powell, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — Curtis Jackson, Marianna. 
District No. 3 — Jodie Sketo, Marianna. 
District No. 4 — O. L. Peacock, Sneads. 
District No. 5 — M. V. Patrick, Jr., Sneads. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Cooper, Jr., Graceville. 
District No. 2 — F. M. Golson, Marianna. 
District No. 3 — E. C. McDaniel, Malone. 
District No. 4 — Hagler D. Ward, Cottondale. 
District No. 5 — T. J. Lanier, Sneads. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — E. C. Davis, Marianna. 
District No. 12 — H. L. Herring, Malone. 



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District No. 14— P. T. Everett, Graceville. 
District No. 15 — W. W. Grimsley, Cottondale. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — A. B. Tidewell, Marianna. 
District No. 12 — S. E. Hall, Malone. 
District No. 14 — Leo Kirkland, Graceville. 
District No. 15 — J. C. Jackson, Cottondale. 

BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES JACKSON COUNTY HOSPITAL CORP. 

Sidney A. Daffin, Marianna term expires June 23, 1949. 
C. Davis Turner, Marianna term expired June 23, 1952. 
W. H. Nobles, Marianna term expires July 12, 1951. 
Frederick Tindell, Graceville term expires July 19, 1950. 
Curtis Jackson. Marianna term expires July 13, 1951. 

JEFFERSON 

COUNTY SEAT MONTICELLO 

County Judge — Thomas B. Bird. 

Sheriff — J. R. Cooksey, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Clyde H. Sauls. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. C. Walker. 

Tax Collector — R. J. Taylor. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ardney J. Boland. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Henry C. Hamilton. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ed Ritter, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Norman H. Hartsfield, Aucilla. 

District No. 2 — E. I. Braswell, Monticello. 

District No. 3 — Judge B. Shuman, Monticello. 

District No. 4 — ^Fred Stokley, Monticello. 

District No. 5 — Jesse H. Lovett, Lloyd. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — L. G. Morris, Monticello. 
District No. 2 — Arthur L. Herndon, Aucilla. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Floyd, Lamont. 
District No. 4 — C. B. Hamilton, Monticello. 
District No. 5 — Ralph Groom, Wacissa. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5— J. E. Willie. Lloyd. 
District No. 8— W. W. Rudd, Jr., Aucilla. 



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CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. P. Cooksey, Lloyd. 
District No. 6 — Clyde C. Home, Aucilla. 
District No. 9 — Walton Bishop. Lamont. 
District No. 11 — Myers Williams, Wacissa. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

C. J. Wilson, Lamont; term expired October 9, 1940. 
LAFAYETTE 

COUNTY SEAT — MAYO 

County Judge — Guy M. McClain. 

Sheriff— J. W. Pridgeon. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Sidney C. Edwards. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. E. Cates. 

Tax Collector — A. T. Folsom, Sr. 

County Surveyor — 

Superintendent Public Instruction — L. R. McCallum. 

Supervisor of Registration- — M. C. Golden. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. R. Bell, Mayo. 

District No. 2 — J. Tlieron Abbott, Mayo. 

District No. 3 — Ovedia McCray, Mayo. 

District No. 4 — Walter E. Buchanan, Branford. 

District No. 5 — Lewis Jones, Mayo. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. O. Lyons, Mayo. Resigned July 5, 1946 and 

Milton S. Parker, Mayo. 

District No. 2 — A. Dexter Jones, Mayo. 

District No. 3 — Harry McCrary, Mayo. 

District No. 4 — J. P. Lanier, Sr., Branford. 

District No. 5 — Cora McKinney, Mayo. 



None. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



CONSTABLES 



District No. 1 — J. L. Byrd, Branford. 
District No. 2— C. H. Strickland, Mayo. 



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LAKE 

COUNTY SEAT TAVARES 

County Judge — W. Troy Hall, Jr. 

Sheriff— Willis V. McCall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. J. Dykes. 

County Assesor of Taxes — R. G. Cassady. 

Tax Collector — Mrs. Pearl L. CuUen. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Frank J. Banning. 

County Surveyor — 

Supervisor of Registration — Warren L. Story. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George L. Singletary, Leesburg, 
District No. 2 — J. C. Story, Groveland. 
District No. 3 — H. K. Stokes, Minneola. 
District No. 4 — F. E. Owens, Eustis. 
District No. 5 — H. Lightfoot, Altoona. 

MEMBERS 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. 
District No. 4 — Mrs. J. Vernon Brice, Clermont. 
District No. 5 — Paul W. Bryan, Umatilla. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 10 — E. R. Williamson, Leesbui'g. 
mstrict No. 12 — H. B. Hunter, Yalaha. 
EWstrict No. 15 — H. Earle Hooks, Clermont. 
District No. 23 — Fred R. Brando, Groveland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — J. S. Dickerson, Eustis. 
District No. 10 — A. N. Stivender, Leesburg. 
District No. 13— W. M. Hall, Yalaha. 
District No. 23 — F. J. Smith. Groveland. 

LEE 

COUNTY SEAT — FT. MYERS 

County Judge — Hiram W. Bryant. 
Sheriff — ^Flanders Thompson. 
Clerk Cii-cuit Court — D, T. Farabee. 
County Assessor of Taxes — John M. Boring. 
Tax Collector — James B. Roberts. 



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Superintendent Public Instruction — Charlie Bevis. 
Prosecuting" Attorney — John K. Woolslair. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Tuttle Smith. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — H. M. Stringfellow, Pineland . 
District No. 2 — Alvin Gorton, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3 — Leon D. Smith, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 4 — H. E. Keen, Alva. 
District No. 5 — Wilson Pigott, Tice. 

MEMBERS BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — David M. Bull, Alva. 
District No. 2 — Edward Simpson, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3 — Earl Hord, St. James City. 
District No. 4 — Baker Whisnant, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 5 — P. D. Marine, Tice. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



None. 



CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — John W. Knight, Boca Grande. 
District No. 3 — Jimmy Flynn, Ft. Myers. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
BOCA GRANDE FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Wyley Crews. Boca Grande term expires July 2, 1951. 

Roy C. Adams, Boca Grande term expires December 9, 1951. 

Pershing Thompson, Boca Grande term expires December 9, 1951. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1- — Sam Snyder, Ft. Myers; term expires December 
29, 1949. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Mack Mickle, Boca Grande; term expires November 21, 1949. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Stibject to Senate Confirmation) 
C. D. VanFleet, Boca Grande; term expires Senate of 1949. 
T. S. Parkins, Boca Grande; term expires November 11, 1951. 
Adrian Stewart, Boca Grande; term expires November 11, 1951. 
Geo. Knight, Boca Grande; term expires November 11, 1951. 
H. Tom Derington, Ft. Myers; term expires November 11, 1951. 



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LEON 

COUNTY SEAT TALLAHASSEE 

County Judge — James C. Gwynn. 
Sheriff — ^Frank Stoutamire. 
Clerk Circuit Court — George G. Crawford. 
County Assessor of Taxes — W. A. Bass. 
Tax Collector — W. Kenneth Collins. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Amos P. Godby. 
County Surveyor — Lester G. Flanagan. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Clinton H. Ashmore. 
Supervisor of Registration — Miss Hattie L. Coles. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John Sullivan, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — Hunter M. Bannerman, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — Leon C. Tully, Tallahassee. 
District No. 4 — R. F. Bradford, Tallahassee. 
District No. 5 — V. G. Philips, Tallahassee. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — ^W. T. Moore, Jr., Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — G. C. Herndon, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — W. D. Henderson, Tallahassee. 
District No. 4 — Ben C. Willis, Tallahassee. 
Distirct No. 5 — Kent C. Hall, Tallahassee. 

LEON COUNTY ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

Henry S. Wrenn, Tallahassee; term expires January 26, 1951. 
Leon Foster, Tallahassee term expires December 19, 1950. 
John C. Ausley, Tallahassee term expires December 23, 1950. 
R. H. Gibson, Tallahassee; term expires December 30, 1950. 
Geo. Lewis, 2nd, Tallahassee; term expires December 18, 1950. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — James R. Harris, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — W. A. Register, Jr., Tallahassee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. H. Hopkins, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — A. F. Rich, Tallahassee. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. W. C. Tully commissioned July 23, 1945 until September 23, 
1947. 



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LEVY 

COUNTY SEAT ERONSON 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Anderson. 

Sheriff— G. T. Robbins. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jack L. Meeks. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dogan S. Cobb. 

Tax Collector — M. D. Graham. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — H. A. White. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Louise N. Sale. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ernest Stephens, Bronson. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Hogan, Bronson. 
District No. 3 — L. O. Neeld, Bronson. 
District No. 4 — Randolph Hodges, Cedar Key. 
District No. 5 — Massey L. Smith, Bronson. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. E. Watson, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Dorsett, Cedar Key. 
District No. 3 — M. D. Clancy, Bronson. 
District No. 4 — B. H. Curry, Chiefland. 
District No. 5 — Eugene Knotts, Yankeetown. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4 — W. H. Hale, Bronson. 
District No. 7 — James M. English, Williston. 
District No. 13 — Julian P. Turner, Chiefland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — W. J. Crews, Otter Creek. 
District No. 7 — P. L. Wiggins, Williston. 
District No. 13 — Dave Hudson, Chiefland. 
Ditsrict No. 16 — P. M. Osteen, Gulf Hammock. 

LIBERTY 

COUNTY SEAT BRISTOL 

County Judge — R. H. Leason. 

Sheriff— S. G. Revels. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. G. Larkins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. F. Bateman. 

Tax Collector — A. L. Summers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Grady Shuler. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bessie Reece. 



166 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— G. C. Phillips, Rock Bluff. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Revells, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Spencer C. Smith, Orange. 
District No. 4 — J. K. Reddie, Hosford. 
District No. 5 — A. M. Shuler, Telogia. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. E. Shuler, Hosford. 
District No. 2 — W. H. Howell, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Nathan Chester, Telogia. 
District No. 4— Clifford Whittle, Rock Bluff. 
District No. 5 — Scab Larkins, Sumatra. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Albert Paircloth, Bristol. 
District No. 4— J. W. Howell, Hosford. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Dick Boykin, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — George Roberts, Hosford. 

MADISON 

COUNTY SEAT MADISON 

County Judge — Curtis D. Earp. 

Sheriff — Simeon H. Moore. 

Clerk Circuit Coui't — Dale M. Leslie. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Angus H. Armstrong. 

Tax Collector — Pat Milinor. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Edwin B. Browning. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Ernest M. Page. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur E. Ragans. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Ernest M. Page, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Pat S. Canty, Madison. 

District No. 2 — F. C. Glass, Lee. 

District No. 3 — Grover C. Cone, Greenville. 

District No. 4 — K. P. Beaty, Lament. 

District No. 5 — John H. Williams, Lee. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — S. P. Griffin, Madison. 
District No. 2 — Carl Smith, Madison. 
District No. 3 — C. W. Braswell, Greenville. 
District No. 4 — David S. Sessions, Shady Grove. 
District No. 5 — W. B. Ezell, Lee. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5 — A. L. Leggett, Greenville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — T. Z. Martin, Madison. 

District No. 5 — Micah S. Letchworth, Greenville. 

District No. 7 — Lewis Floyd, Cherry Lake. 

MANATEE 

COUNTY SEAT — BRADENTON 

County Judge — H. C. Parkham. 

Sheriff — Roy F. Baden. 

Clerk Circuit Coui't — Lloyd M. Hicks. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James A. Howze. 

Tax Collector — Gilbert E. Johnson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. Hartley Blackburn. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Geo. R. Hitchcolk. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lendell Sharer. 

County Surveyor — Carl Squires. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. Alden Gillet, Parrish. 
District No. 2 — H. C. Slaughter, Palmetto. 
District No. 3 — Hiram Burnett, Bradenton. 
District No. 4 — J. M. (Jim) Haynes, Samoset. 
District No. 5 — J. E. McLeod, Myakka City. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Roy A. Bradley, Palmetto. 
District No. 2 — Robert E. Willis, Bradenton. 
District No. 3 — Mark E. Wyatt, Oneco. 
District No. 4 — C. Roland Shannon, Bradenton. 
District No. 5 — Mead Smith, Palmetto. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — C. L. Baker, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — L. K. Amlong, Bradenton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Gordon S. Cox, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — S. D. Smith, Bradenton. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mary E. Johnson, Bradenton; term expires May 9, 1949. 



168 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Geo. W. Dillon, Manatee; term expires first Monday in January, 
1949. 

H. E. Boyd, Terra Ceia; term expires first Monday in January, 
1950. 

ANTI-MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

H. S. Moody, Bradenton; term expires January 1, 1951. 
H. B. Miller, Anna Maria; term expires January 1, 1951. 
John Neil McClure, Palmetto; term expires January 1, 1951. 

COMMISSIONERS EROSION PREVENTION BOARD 

H. B. Miller, Anna Maria; term expires October 14, 1952. 

F. B. Giles, Anna Maria Island; term expires October 26, 1952. 

W. W. Botkin, Bradenton Beach; term expires October 27, 1952. 

MARION 

COUNTY SEAT — OCALA 

County Judge — D. R. Smith. 

Sheriff — Edward Porter, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Carlyle Ausley. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Ernest C. Nott. 

Tax Collector — L. R. Bracken. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — N. Broward Lovell. 

County Surveyor — J. R. Moorehead. 

Supervisor of Registration — Nevin C. Perkins. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. Bruce Meffert, Ocala. 
District No. 2 — A. B. Folks, Ocala. 
District No. 3 — John O. Monroe, Summerfield. 
District No. 4 — W. Clarence White, Ocklawaha. 
District No. 5— Waldo Priest, Ft. McCoy. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Miles Hiers. 
District No. 2 — Beecher Beck, Ocala. 
District No. 3 — L. H. Marsh, Eureka. 
District No. 4 — George W. Newsom, Ocala. 
District No. 5 — C. B. Russell, Summerfield. 



None. 



None. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



CONSTABLES 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 169 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Annie S. Thomas, Ocala; term expires May 5, 1949. 

MARTIN 

COUNTY SEAT STUART 

County Judge — Arthur R. Clonts. 

Sheriff — G. M. Hancock. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. R. Pomeroy. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Courson. 

Tax Collector— L. C. Kickliter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Roscoe H. Rollins. 

Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson. 

Supervisor of Registration— Mrs. J. P. Blakeslee. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Ransen R. Tilton, Jensen Beach. 
District No. 2 — O. D. Quinhvan, Stuart. 
District No. 3 — A. E. Sims, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4— R. L. Wall, Palm City. 
District No. 5 — C. M. Fletcher, Indiantown. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. S. Michelson, Jensen. 
District No. 2— J. D. Parker, Stuart. 
District No. 3 — O. D. Hatavs^ay, Indiantown. 
District No. 4 — D. L. Williams, Stuart. 
District No. 5 — Sara W. Woods, Hobe Sound. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — M. R. Cartwright, Stuart. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Caveny, Indiantown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— Marvin H. Crowe, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Dease, Indiantown. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Stanley Kitching, Stuart; term expires January, 1953. 

MEMBERS JENSEN ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT 

(Abolished by Chapt. 22902 Acts 1945) 

MEMBERS MARTIN COUNTY ANTI MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

(Abolished by Chapt. 24689 of 1947) 



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APPOINTIVE OFFICES 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

MEMBER EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

O. D. Hataway, Indiantown, term expires August 7, 1949. 

MONROE 

COUNTY SEAT — KEY WEST 

County Judge — Raymond R. Lord. 

Sheriff — Berlin A. Sawyer. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Earl D. Adams. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Han-y Dongo. 

Judge, Criminal Court Record — Thomas S. Caro. 

Solicitor, Criminal Court Record — Allan B. Cleare, Jr. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Frank O. Roberts. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude A. Gandolfo. 

Tax Collector — Howard E. Wilson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Horace O. Bryant. 

Supervisor of Registration — John England. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Joe Allen, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Frank Bentley, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Clarence S. Higgs, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Gerald Saunders, Key West. 
District No. 5 — Harry Harris, Tavernier. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Jennie C. Pierce, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Gerald H. Adams, Key West. 
District No. 3 — Carlyle Roberts, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Julio Carbanas, Key West. 
District No. 5 — Eddie Sweeting, Ismoraldo. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Ira Franklin Albury, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Roy Hamlin, Key West. 
District No. 3 — E. R. Lowe, Tavernier. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Harry H. Johnson, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Jose Espinosa, Key West. 
District No. 3 — William Finder, Tavernier. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Elizabeth E. Singleton, Key West, commissioned July 19, 1946, 
until March 3, 1949. 



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MEMBER FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT COMMISSION 

J. Otis Kircheiner, Key West; term expires March 22, 1950. 
Everette Russell, Key West; term expires March 15, 1950. 
W. Warren Sawyer, Key West; term expires March 26, 1950. 

MEMBERS OVERSEAS ROAD AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT 

Earl Adams, Key West; term expires July 6, 1949. 
Aquilino Lopez, Sr., Key West; term expiies Senate of 1949. 
W. R. Porter, Key West; term expires July 8, 1949. 
Edw. F. Trevor, Key West; term expires July 6, 1949. 
Tucker Gibbs, Key West; term expires Senate of 1949. 

MEMBER EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Thomas S. Caro, Key West; term expired August 23, 1941. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirynation) 
Maximo Valdez, Key West; term expired February 7, 1948. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Neal M. Knowles, Key West; term expires June 19, 1949. 
Fred J. Miller, Key West; term expires June 19, 1949. 
Allen E. Curry, Key West; term expires June 19, 1949. 
Charlie Toppino, Key West; term expires June 19, 1949. 
W. C. Sweeting, Key West; term expires June 19, 1949. 

COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

Eva V. Navarro, Key West, term expires July 6, 1949. 
Ernest A. Ramsey, Key West, term expires July 16, 1950. 
Vincent Cremato, Key West, term expires July 15, 1951. 
Fred J. Miller, Key West, term expires September 2, 1952. 
Mae Hill Russell, Key West, term expires October 1, 1949. 



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 — Ira W. Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John T. Weisaer. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Marie B. Struss. 



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COUNTY COIUMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John T. Ferreira, Fernandina. 
District No. 2 — Harry L. Dunnman, Fernandina. 
District No. 3 — H. S. McKendree, Yulee. 
District No. 4 — A. J. Higginbotham, Hilliard. 
District No. 5 — Frank Shaffer, Callahan. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — William H. Russell, Fernandina. 
District No. 2 — Irvin Poole, Hilliard. 
District No. 3 — Lloyd W. Herrin, Fernandina. 
District No. 4 — B. T. O'Quinn, Fernandina. 
District No. 5 — James S. Stevens, Yulee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George R. Sutton, Yulee. 
District No. 5 — W. P. Mears, Callahan. 
District No. 6 — I. M. McConnell, Hilliard. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clements P. Rutishauser, Fernandina. 
District No. 5 — Ellis R. Keen, Callahan. 
District No. 6 — Alfred H. Crews, Hilliard. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FERNANDINA PORT AUTHORITY 

J. J. Woodward, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until 
January, 1953. 

H. D. Johnson, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until Janu- 
ary, 1953. 

P. E. Stapleton, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until 
January, 1953. 

G. G. Gerbing, Fernandina, elected and commissioned until 
January, 1953. 

T. J. Corbett, Fernandina, elected and commissioned imtil Jan- 
uary, 1953. 

MEMBERS NASSAU COUNTY HOSPITAL 

(Elective) 
Eugene B. Williams, Fernandina; term expires January, 195ii. 
J. M. Oxley, Fei-nandina; term expires January. 1951. 
Mrs. Robert Mathias, Hilliard; term expires January, 1953. 
John W. Page, Fernandina; term expires January, 1951. 
Mrs. T. B. Wells, Jr., Callahan; term expires January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

C. P. Rutishauser. Fernandina; term expires July 7, 1950. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 173 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Chas. B. Morse. Fernandina; term expires April 5, 1949. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Walter J. Couitner, Ferinandina; term expires September 27, 1949. 
Samuel R. Merrow. Fernandina; term expires September 27, 1949. 
N. J. Wooten, Fernandina; term expires September 27, 1949. 
Edwin R. Hood, Fernandina; term expires Senate of 1949. 

OKALOOSA 

COUNTY SEAT CRESTVIEW 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Osburn. 

Sheriff— H. Isle Enzor. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cecil L. Anchors. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Vaughan. 

Tax Collector — Cortez L. Campbell. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Lance C. Richbourg. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. M. Garrett, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— C. L. Fleming, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 2 — Malachi King. Baker. 
District No. 3 — Grady Garrett, Crestview. 
District No. 4 — L. Lunnie Barnes, Baker. 
District No. 5 — Walter S. Spence, Niceville. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. L. Hilton, Baker. 

District No. 2 — I. P. Cadenhead, Crestview. 

District No. 3 — L. M. Phelps, Niceville. 

District No. 4 — G. F. Kirkland, Baker. 

District No. 5 — S. W. Senterfitt, Laurel Hill. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — W. C. Pryor, Ft. Walton; commissioned August 
16, 1945 until 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1947. 
District No. 3— W. H. Mapoles, Crestview. 
District No. 1 — A. L. Johnson. Laurel Hill. 
District No. 6 — F. B. McClain. Ft. Walton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. W. Sanders, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 2 — Fox M. Wilson, Crestview. 
District No. 6— O. L. Bengston, Ft. Walton. 



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OKEECHOBEE 

COUNTY SEAT — OKEECHOBEE 

County Judge — T. W. Conley, Jr. 
Sheriff— N. O. Stewart. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Connie W. Raulerson. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Robert La Martin. 
Tax Collector — Mrs. Bessie Alderman. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Roger L. Jones. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Mary Sandafur Schulman. 
Supervisor of Registration — Nora Haskell Bachand. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Lee Hillis, Ft. Drum. 
District No. 2 — W. F. Walker, Bassenger. 
District No. 3 — M. L. Mobley, Okeechobee, deceased. 
District No. 4 — C. E. Drawdy, Okeechobee. 
District No. 5 — J. L. Barber, Okeechobee. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. H. Harden, Okeechobee. 
District No. 2 — Van E. Lightsey, Okeechobee. 
District No. 3 — W. J. Thomas, Bassenger. 
District No. 4 — Omar J. Hunt. 
District No. 5 — L. K. Lee, Ft. Drum. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

None. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
S. R. Raifsnider, Okeechobee; term expires Senate of 1949. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES OKEECHOBEE PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

H. H. Raulerson, Okeechobee; 1 year term from August 29, 1951. 
Alto Watford, Sr., Okeechobee; 1 year term from August 27, 1951. 
W. D. Coker, Okeechobee; 2-year term from September 12, 1952. 
E. M. Meserve, Okeechobee; 3-year term from September 18, 1949. 
S. H. McDougald, Okeechobee; 4-year term from August 24, 1950. 

ORANGE 

COUNTY SEAT — ORLANDO 

County Judge — Victor Hutchins. 

Sheriff — J. Davis Starr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Arthur W. Newell. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 175 



Clerk Criminal Court of Record — Charles E. Limpus. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — W. M. Murphy. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — O. Raymond Ellars. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Jim Burden. 

Tax Collector — Carl J. Jackson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Judson B. Walker. 

County Surveyor — A. B. Herndon. 

Supervisor of Registration — Pearl S. Yancey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Maynard H. Evans, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Harry P. Witherington, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Mims, Winter Garden. 
District No. 4 — Wendell W. Farr, Orlando. 
District No. 5 — S. P. H. Harrison, Orlando. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Frances L. Blankner, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Hugh Lassiter, Winter Garden. 
District No. 3 — Samuel H. Williams, Maitland. 
District No. 4 — Sylvan McElroy, Orlando. 
District No. 5 — Geo. W. Johnson, Orlando. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. G. Duckworth, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — J. O. Buck, Apopka. 
District No. 3— C. M. Tucker, Oakland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — George F. Jump, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Fi-ed L. Risener, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — Carl G. Sanders, Ocoee. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — H. J. Wilder, Orlando; term expires January, 1951. 

District No. 2 — John H. Talton, Apopka; term expires January, 
1953. 

District No. 3 — B. O. Bennett, Orlando; term expires January, 
195]. 

District No. 4 — G. Clarence Ziegler, Pine Castle; term expires 
January, 1953. 

District No. 5 — H. A. Gross, Orlando; term expires January, 1951. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Harry F. Edwards, Orlando; term expires July 1, 1953, 



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OSCEOLA 

COUNTY SEAT KISSIMMEE 

County Judge — O. P. Johnson. 

Sheriff — Young Tindall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. L. Overstreet. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wade H. Lanier, Jr. 

Tax Collector — W. E. Pound. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — James C. Tyson. 

County Surveyor — 

Prosecuting Attorney — Jay Johnson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Iris D. Sigler. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. M. Overstreet, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — ^LeRoy Bass, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — A. G. Mann, Kissimmee. 
District No. 4 — Hardy Simmons, St. Cloud. 
District No. 5 — Ary J. Story, Kissimmee. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — H. R. May, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Yates, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 
District No. 4 — Louise Hettinger. 
District No. 5 — George Kempfer, Deer Park. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — C. E. Guffin. Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — James E. Mozley, St. Cloud. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. F. Prevatt, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — James E. Mozley, St. Cloud. 

PALM BEACH 

COUNTY SEAT WEST PALM BEACH 

County Judge — Richard P. Robbins. 

Sheriff— J. F. Kirk. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. Alex Arnette. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — J. Louie Carter. 

Judge Criminal Court Record — Edw. G. Newell. 

Solicitor Criminal Court Record — T. Harold Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James M. Owens, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Stetson O. Sproul. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Howell L. Watkins 

Supervisor of Registration — DeWitt Ucthegrove. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Kenneth P. Foster, 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 — Paul Rardin, Canal Point. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Carmen Salvatore, Pahokee. 

District No. 2 — Geo. W. Slaton, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 3 — Elizabeth Hand, Delray Beach. 

District No. 4 — Ruth S. Wedgeworth, Belle Glade. 

District No. 5— Ralph H. Kettler, West Palm Beach. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

D. H. Conkling, West Palm Beach; term expires January, 1951. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. .3 — J. W. Harper, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 4~T. P. Carry, Lake Worth. 
District No. 6 — W. E. Wilcox, Delray Beach. 
District No. 7 — W. J. Larrimore, Pahokee. 
District No. 8 — George A. Williams, Belle Glade. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — H. B. Savage, Riviera. 
District No. 3 — Bob Engor, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 4 — Max Holley, Lake Worth. 
District No. 6 — W. Bruce Wheeler, Delray Beach. 
District No. 7 — Francis Cross, Canal Point. 
District No. 8 — Newell Ray Whitlock, Belle Glade. 

MEMBER JUPITER INLET DISTRICT 

Lloyd V. Minear, Palm Beach; term expires January 1947. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Nellie F. Smith, West Palm Beach, commissioned February 6, 
1945, until November 4, 1949. 

SOUTH LAKE WORTH INLET DISTRICT NO. 2 

Capt. Paul M. Daniels, Commissioner, commissioned January 8, 
1945, until January 1947. 

WESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

M. D. Geiger, Canal Point; term expires February 12, 1950. 
H. D. Beck, Belle Glade; term expires April 21, 1951. 

E. R. Mackey, Lake Harbor; term expires June 18, 1951. 
J. V. Thomas, Pahokee; term expires April 21, 1951. 



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G. R. Townsend, Palm Beach; term expires February 28, 1949. 
O. S. Bacon, Jr., Pahokee; term expires May 7, 1950. 
G. L. Royal, Belle Glade; term expires March 14, 1949. 
W. P. Risk, Belle Glade; term expires February 5, 1950. 
C. A. Batchelor, Pahokee; term expires February 5, 1949. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
G. S. Woodward, West Palm Beach; term expires June 28, 1949. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
A. Richard Baker, West Palm Beach; term expires Senate of 1949. 
E. Harris Drew, West Palm Beach; term expires Senate of 1949. 
E. W. Jackson, Palm Beach; term expires August 29, 1949. 
C. D. Reese, Palm Beach; term expires September 29, 1949. 
J. Lou Caro, West Palm Beach; term expires August 29, 1949. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
C. M. Green, Belle Glade; term expires August 15, 1949. 

COMMISSIONERS PORT OF PALM BEACH 

M. A. Bishop, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 2, 1949 
until January 2, 1953. 

John R. Wells, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 2. 1949 
until January 2, 1953. 

L. R. Bishop, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 2, 1949 
until January 2, 1953. 



PASCO 

COUNTY SEAT — DADE CITY 

County Judge — O. L. Dayton, Jr. 

Sheriff — F. L. (Leslie) Bassenger. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Stanley C. Burnside. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — W. K. Barnes. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — T. H. Getzen. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Ed Bryant. 

Tax Collector — Cecil L. Smith. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Mark St. Clair, 

County Suprveyor — Donald C. Taylor. 

Supervisor of Registration-,— Mrs. Dove C. Falls. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — K. E. Rhodes, Dade City. 
District No. 2— Otis A. Allen, Zephyrhills. 



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District No. 3 — Milton E. Godwin, Ehren. 
District No. 4 — A. H. Schrader, San Antonio. 
District No. 5 — W. J. Baillie, Elfers. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — James F, Croley, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — Margaretta C. Witt, Zephyrhills. 

District No. 3 — R. D. Stevenson, Elfers. 

District No. 4 — C. P. McCabe, San Antonio. 

District No. 5 — E. H. Kirkland, Lutz. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. L. Johns, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 2 — D. A. Dowling, New Port Richey. 
District No. 3 — J G, O'Berry, Trilby. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Ralph J. Lee, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — Joseph J. Fraddosio, New Port Richey. 

District No. 3 — Jesse E. Stanley, Lacoochee. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

William R. Latson, Dade City; term expires October 7, 1952. 

PINELLAS 

COUNTY SEAT — CLEARWATER 

Covmty Judge — Jack F. White. 

Sheriff — ^Todd Tucker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — William Crawford. 

County Assessor of Taxes — H. H. Sterling. 

Tax Collector — Walter Lanier. 

Superintendent Public Instruction— Floyd T. Christian. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lloyd M. Phillips. 

Supervisor of Registration — Warren A. Wright. 

County Surveyor — Orvill L. Hackett. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Edward H. Lavoie, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2— W. H. Belcher, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 3— John Chesnut, Clearwater. 
District No. 4— Andrew E. Potter, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 5— Joseph P. Cramer, St. Petersburg. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— W. B. Dowling, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2— A. L. Pheil, St. Petersburg. 



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District No. 3 — Michael Gianeski, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 4 — Clias. E. Belcher, Bellaire. 
District No. 5 — B. T. Lang, St. Petersburg. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Edward P. Silk. St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — R. L. Baker, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — Olin P. Blakely, Safety Harbor. 
District No. 4 — J. S. Register, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 5 — Joe E. Carpenter, St. Petersburg. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — L. M. Kersey, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Cyrus Lowery, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — Percy P. Vasbinder, Safety Harbor. 
District No. 4 — Walter H. Carey, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 5 — Sid M. Saunders, St. Petersburg. 

MEMBERS PINELLAS COUNTY ANTI MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Henry Rogers, St. Petersburg; term expires January, 1953. 
William H. Thomas, Clearwater; term expires January, 1953. 
R. P. Templeton, St. Petersburg; term expires January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater; term expires December 16, 1951. 

MEMBERS GULF BEACH SANITARY DISTRICT 

Herbert Reismeyer, St. Petersburg; term expires December 17. 
1951. 
R. H. Smith, St. Petersburg; term expires December 20, 1949. 
Geo. D. Reuer, Treasure Island; term expires December 20, 1949 
E. H. Flathman, St. Petersburg; term expires December 17, 1951. 
Prank H. Baker, St. Petersburg; term expires December 17, 1951. 

BELLAIR IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 

Chas V. Kinai'd, Largo; term expires August 22, 1950. 
Blackburn W. Lowry, Largo; term expires September 8, 1950. 
P. O. Kjiight, Jr., Largo; term expires September 6, 1950. 

PINELLAS COUNTY UTILITY BOARD 

Cyril E. Pogue, Clearwater; term expires July 10, 1949. 
Frank Smith, St. Petersburg; term expires July 4, 1949. 
D. P. Boyer, Tai'pon Springs; term expires July 7, 1951. 
Lawrence W. Baynard, St. Petersburg; term expires July 8, 1951. 
Harvey G. Dickson, St. Petersburg; term expires July 8, 1951. 

JUDGE JUVENILE COURT 

Alfred P. Marshall, Clearwater; term expires July 12, 1951. 



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HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Geo. L. Roberts, St. Petersburg; term expires February 14, 1945. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Arthur J. Nelson, St. Petersburg; term expires Senate of 1949. 
Walter J. Remseur, St. Petersburg; term expires Senate of 1949. 
W. D. Curd, St. Petersburg; term expires Senate of 1949, 
W. A. McLeod, St. Petersburg; term expires Senate of 1949. 
Robert J. McCutcheon, Jr., of St. Petersburg; term expires Senate 
of 1949. 

POLK 

COUNTY SEAT BARTOW 

County Judge — C. M. Wiggins. 

Sheriff— Frank M. Williams. 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. H. Sloan, Jr. 

Clerk Criminal Court — B. L. Durrance. 

Judge Criminal Court Record — Roy H. Amidon. 

Solicitor Criminal Court Record — Gunter Stephenson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John B. White. 

Tax Collector — Ray C. Clements. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Claude M. Harden. 

County Surveyor — A. W. Edwards. 

Supervisor of Registration — Hugh E. Carlton. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy P. Gladney, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Edward D. Dishong, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3 — Eugene A. Laurent, Bartow. 
District No. 4 — James W. Foley, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — W. T. Duggan, Lakeland. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 
District No. 2 — Hugh M. Wear, Bartow. 
District No. 3 — F. G. Garner, Winter Haven. 
District No. 4 — Ed L. Padgett, Lakeland. 
District No. 5 — Frank W. Myers, Lakeland. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George T. Harned, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Robert Cochran, Frostproof. 
District No. 3 — George G. Darty, Lake Wales. 
District No. 4 — E. R. Craig, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — J. R. Clements, Lakeland. 



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CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Wm. H. Jones, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Harry E. Godwin, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3 — W. H. Mock, Bartow. 
District No. 4 — Grady Mattox, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — H. P. Gordon, Lakeland. 

WINTER HAVEN LAKE REGION BOAT COURSE DISTRICT 

Sidney I. Smith, Winter Haven; commissioned July 18. 1945, until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1947. 

W. P. Langdon, Winter Haven; commissioned July 18, 1945, until 
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January, 1947. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Richard Elmo Hood, Lakeland; commissioned December 5, 1946 
until December 5, 1950. 

JUVENILE COURT 

Judge — G. Bowden Hunt, Bartow; commissioned September 28, 
1942, until October 1, 1950. 

MEMBERS POLK COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
E. H. Dudley, Mulberry; term expired June 17, 1942. 
T. K. Crumb, Lakeland; term expired June 17, 1943. 
Fred W. Pope, Lakeland; term expired June 17, 1948. 

MEMBERS POLK COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

Arthur Crego, Brewster; term expires August 23, 1952. 
E. F. Mitchell, Ft. Meade; term expires September 21, 1952, 
E. L. McLean, Winter Haven; term expires September 21, 1949. 
R. B. Miller, Lakeland; term expires January 23, 1950. 
John D. Clark, Bartow; term expires September 26, 1952. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

John M. Bryson, Lakeland; term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1950. 

H. E. Draper, Lake Wales; term expires 1st Tuesday after 1st 
Monday in January, 1949. 

PUTNAM 

COUNTY SEAT — PALATKA 

County Judge — Causey S. Green. 
Sheriff— W. J. Revel. 
Clerk Circuit Court — A. W. Nichols, Jr. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Louis Tenney. 



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Tax Collector — Randall Wells. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William Thomas. 

County Surveyor — S. H. Fortune. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Jessie T. Carswell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. W. Cannon, Lake Como. 
District No. 2 — T. J. Hancock, Palatka. 
District No. 3 — Woodrow W. Tilton, East Palatka. 
District No. 4 — R. H. Wilkinson, Palatka. 
District No. 5 — L. P. Strickland, Interlachen. 

MEMBERS BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. S. Biggs, Georgetown. 
District No. 2 — W. H. Beasley, Palatka. 
District No. 3 — Howard P. Johntry, Palatka. 
District No. 4 — C. D. Middleton, Palatka. 
District No. 5 — E. W. Williams, Bostwick. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — C. C. Frank, Crescent City. 
District No. 8 — C. H. Kemp, Palatka. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. T. Richardson, Crescent City. 
District No. 8 — C. M. Livingston, Palatka. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES 

Silas J. Motes, Palatka; term expires January, 1949. 

C. H. Price, Palatka; term expires January, 1951. 

D. Carlyle Hayes, Palatka; term expires January, 1953. 
Herbert J. Wilkinson, Palatka; term expires January, 1951, 

ST. JOHNS 

COUNTY SEAT — ST. AUGUSTINE 

County Judge — Chas. C. Mathis, Jr. 

Sheriff — L. O. Davis. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hiram H. Faver. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Joseph L. Dunne. 

Tax Collector — Raymond Hill. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John A. Crookshank. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. T. F. Ellzey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herbert W. Wilson, Bayard. 
District No. 2— W. E. Byrd, Elkton. 



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District No. 3 — John Lucas Smith, Hastings. 
District No. 4 — G. R. Wiles, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — Dan P. Mickler, St. Augustine. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — R. B. Hunt, St. Augustine. 
District No. 2 — J. R. Moseley, St. Augustine. 
District No. 3 — Clyde B. Smith, Hastings. 
District No. 4 — Maude L. Hartley, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — Margaret C. Manford, St. Augustine. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 9 — M. A. Pellicer, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — Harry E. Pellicer, Hastings. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 9 — J. E. Pacetti, St. Augustine. 
District No. U — H. A. Green, Hastings. 

MEMBERS ST. AUGUSTINE PORT ANTHORITY AND WATERWAYS BEACH DISTRICT 

M. A. Woodell, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1951. 
Frank P. Harold, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1951. 
John D. Thompson, St. Augustine; term expii-es January, 1951. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION 

G. S. Smith, St. Augustine; term expires January, 1953. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mary Groh, St. Augustine; term expires October 8, 1950. 

HARBOR MASTER 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Prancis E. Usina, St. Augustine; term expired March 6, 1948. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

W. M. Thomas, St. Augustine; term expires June 28, 1949. 
Lester Bernstein, St. Augustine; term expired Senate of 1945. 
R. D. Harris, St. Augustine; term expired Senate of 1945. 
Dennis Solano, St. Augustine; term expires June 28, 1949. 
Bej't Stone, St. Augustine; term expired June 29, 1945. 

St. LUCIE 

COUNTY SEAT FT. PIERCE 

County Judge — Plem C. Dame. 

Sheriff— B. A. Brown. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. R. Lott. 



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County Assessor of Taxes — E. R. Pierce. 
Tax Collector — Curtis M. James. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — D. C. Huskey. 
Prosecuting Attorney — A. C. Simmons. 
Supervisor of Registration — Elizabeth Summerlin. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. L. Griffin, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2 — J. B. Brewer, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 3 — J. R. Merritt, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 4 — Lane H. Jennings, Jensen Beach. 
District No. 5 — R. W. Lennard, Ft. Pierce. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. Albert Bloodwirth, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2 — B. Arnold, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 3 — M. Kirby Hayes, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 4 — Elmer R. Enns, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 5 — Clyde W. Cato, Ft. Pierce. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Melvin Stone, Ft. Pierce. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — John F. Byers. Ft. Pierce. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Fletcher A. Russell, Ancona; term expires January, 1951. 

ST. LUCIE SANITARY DISTRICT 

(Abohshed by Chapter 22460, 1943.) 

COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

T. M. Deal, Ancona; term expires February 14, 1951. 
Max Shainfeld, Ft. Pierce; term expires February 17, 1951. 
Rubi G. Jackson, Ft. Pierce; term expires February 18, 1951. 
R. B. Ankeny, Ft. Pierce; term expires February 18, 1951. 
James B. Askin, Sr., Ancona; term expires March 21, 1951. 

MEMBERS JENSEN ROAD AND BRIDGE DISTRICT 

i:Aboiished by Chap. 22902 Acts of 1945.) 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGL.\DES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confnviatiou) 
I. O. Bishop, Ft. Pierce; term expires August 7, 1949. 



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SANTA ROSA 

COUNTY SEAT MILTON 

County Judge — Wm. A. Bonifay. 

Sheriff — Marshall Hayes. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Claude Locklin. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. Glenn Gibson. 

Tax Collector — Archie Glover. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Charles F. Morris. 

Supervisor of Registration — James L. Stowei's. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — V. E. Howe, Bagdad. 
District No. 2 — John D. Pugh, Santa Rosa. 
District No. 3 — Parris Shell, Jay. 
District No. 4 — John E. Temple, Munson. 
District No. 5 — Ezra Johnson, Milton. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Haywood Hannah, Milton. 
District No. 2 — John S. Pitman, Jay. 
District No. 3 — Broward Payne, Holt. 
District No. 4 — Leo V. Davis, Bagdad. 
District No. 5 — B. E. Hudson, Milton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — J. L. Abbott, Jay. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Chas. F. Perkins, Milton. 
District No. 2 — Fred L. Whirley, Bagdad. 
District No. 3 — Curtis F. Freeman, Jay. 
District No. 5 — J. B. Kelly, Munson. 
District No. 9 — Macon Harvel, Mary Ester. 

SARASOTA 

COUNTY SEAT SARASOTA 

County Judge — John D. Justice. 

Sheriff — B. D. Pearson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. A. (Bill) Wynne. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Glover E. Ashby. 

Tax Collector — Miss Charlie Hagerman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Verman Kimbrough. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier. 

Supervisor of Registration — W. T. Dixon. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John L. Houle, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — W. S. Harris, Bee Ridge. 
District No. 3 — W. L. Woodward, Laurel. 
District No. 4 — P. E. Buchan, Englewood. 
District No. 5 — W. C. McLeod, Sarasota. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — D. C. Kickliter, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — Ruth C. Butler, Sarasota. 
District No. 3 — W. P. Hayes, Venice. 
District No. 4 — Hampton A. Moore, Bee Ridge. 
District No. 5 — William H. Coe, Bee Ridge. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. W. Lutz, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — Hiram R. Ide, Venice. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Archie Campbell, Sarasota. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

J. T. Pearce, Sarasota; term expires April 12, 1950. 

INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 5 — E. B. Sweeting, Sarasota; term expires November 
22, 1948. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Floyd L. Zeigler, Sarasota; term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1948. 

Arthur E. Esthus, Sarasota; term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1949. 

SEMINOLE 

COUNTY SEAT — SANFORD 

County Judge — O. Douglas Stenstrom. 

Sheriff— P. A. Mero. 

Clerk Circuit Court — O. P. Herndon. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sanford F. Doudney. 

Tax Collector — John L. Galloway. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. W. Lawton. 

Prosecuting Attorney — George A. Speer, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Louvine A. Messenger. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — H. B. Pope, Sanford. 
District No. 2— J. F. McClelland, Sanford. 
District No. 3 — O. E. Fouraker, Longwood. 
District No. 4— B. C. Dodd, Sanford. 
District No. 5— W. G. Kilbee, Geneva. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. M. Haynes, Sanford. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Bistline, Longwood. 
District No. 3 — L. E. Jordan, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — Charles F. Harrison, Geneva. 
District No. 5 — W. A. Patrick, Sanfoi'd. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — Theo. Aulin, Oviedo. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — George A. Kelsey, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — Herman L. Brumley, Sanford. 
District No. 6 — William Alfred Lewis, Longwood. 

SUMTER 

COUNTY SEAT BUSHNELL 

County Judge — P. B. Howell. 

Sheriff — M. H. Bo wen. 

Clerk Circuit Court — C. Burton Marsh. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Inman Wheeler. 

Tax Collector— Grady Potter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Broward Miller. 

County Surveyor — E. T. Hall. 

Pi'osecuting Attorney — James W. West. 

Supervisor of Registration— S. N. Graham, Sr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Boyd W. Caruthers, Oxford. 
District No. 2 — W. C. Wicker. Coleman. 
District No. 3 — T. M. Bragg, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — M. H. Sharpe, Bushnell. 
District No. 5^ — Melvin Carlton, Webster. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — G. D. Bridges, Sr., Wildwood. 
District No. 2 — Wilbur Williams, St. Catherine. 
District No. 3 — Frances A. Hays, Webster. 
District No. 4 — James W. Kimbrough, Center Hill. 
District No. 5 — C. P. Warnock, Oxford. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — A. M. Barlow, Bushnell. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — R. R. Robinson. Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — W. V. Maddox, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Lloyd Johnson, Webster. 

SUWANNEE 
COUNTY SEAT — LIVE OAK 

County Judge — J. M. Hearn. 

Sheriff — Sim P. Howell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John H. Rowland, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. Hubbard Gray. 

Tax Collector — H. H. Hair. Jr. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Clayton C. Bass. 

Supervisor of Registration— John Q. Boatwright. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Thomas E. Musgrove, Live Oak. 

District No. 2 — Harry L. Howes, Live Oak. 

District No. 3 — J. D. Carmichael, Live Oak. 

District No. 4 — George Skinner, Wellborn. 

District No. 5 — H. T. Howell. O. Brien. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. H. Williams, Live Oak. 

District No. 2 — W. E. Williams, Pine Mount. 

District No. 3 — George A. Hicks, Live Oak. 

District No. 4 — E. A. Collins, Live Oak. 

District No. 5 — Fi-ed W. Jones, Branford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Joseph T. Futch, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — Lester F. Gayton, Wellborn. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Elwood Howard, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — Sam Godbold, Wellborn. 
District No. 3 — B. G. Bell, Falmouth. 
District No. 5 — Drew O'steen, Branford. 

BOARD TRUSTEES SUWANNEE COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

L. J. Day, Live Oak; term expires July 17, 1949. 

Thurston B. McLeran, Wellborn; term expires July 17, 1950. 

T. T. Scott, Live Oak; term expires July 23, 1949. 

J. D. Henry. Live Oak; term expires August 27, 1952. 

W. P. Atwell, Branford; term expires August 18, 1952. 



190 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY SEAT PERRY 

County Judge — Bryon Butler. 

Sheriff— William A. Towles. 

Clerk Circuit Court — ^Pelix A. Parker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Alton C. Hendry. 

Tax collector — H. Grady Hiers. 

Superintendent Public Institution — Alton H. Wentworth. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. W. D. Vereen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. G. Blue, Perry. 

District No. 2 — Geo. B. Kelly, Perry. 

District No. 3 — James H. McCall, Perry. 

District No. 4— J. G. Sheffield, Perry. 

District No. 5 — P. A. Sapp, Perry. 

MEMBERS BOARD OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Luther Cox, Perry. 
District No. 2 — James T. Pi'eeman, Perry. 
District No. 3 — W. G. Vann, Perry. 
District No. 4 — J. Louie Adams, Perry. 
District No. 5 — Ben P. Cash, Perry. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. T. Underwood, Perry. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. A. O'Steen, Perry. 
District No. 3 — J. T. Bodiford, Steinatchee. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
INSPECTORS OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

District No. 1 — G. W. Davis, Perry; term expires March 19, 1949. 
District No. 1 — A. J. Ezell, Perry; term expires November 4, 1948. 
District No. 4 — E. J. Rowell, Shady Grove; term expires Novem- 
ber 4, 1948. 

CHIEF INSPECTOR OF MARKS AND BRANDS 

Quincy Young, Perry; term expires in accordance with Chapter 
21603, Acts of 1941. 

UNION 

COUNTY SEAT — LAKE BUTLER 

County Judge — J. R. Townsend. 
Sheriff— L. C. Clements. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 191 

Clerk Circuit Court — C. B. Hayes. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Marcus Howard. 

Tax Collector — R. T. Taylor. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Shephard Thomas. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Dallie O. Epperson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Dana Duke, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — Orin Reddish, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — A. E. Howard, Dukes. 
District No. 4 — T. P. Renfroe, Lake Butler. 
District No. 5 — L. M. Crews, Lake Butler. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. J. Dukes, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — Mallie Griffis, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — ^W. L. Brown, Worthington. 
District No. 4 — Silas Crawford, Lake Butler. 
District No. 5 — Ivan Williams, Lulu. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — John H. Whitehead, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — Milton Dukes, Lake Butler. 



VOLUSIA 

COUNTY SEAT — DELAND 

County Judge — Robert H. Wingfield. 

Sheriff— Alex D. Littlefield. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jess Mathas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. Homer Smith. 

Tax Collector — Mrs. Cornelia S. Paul. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Geo. W. Marks, 

County Surveyor — Hugh F. Duval. 

Supervisor of Registration — Rodney B. Thursby. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. H. Ryan, Enterprise. 
District No. 2 — W. R. Stigler, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 3 — J. H. Graham, Seville. 
District No. 4 — Elmer H. Black, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5 — Harris M. Saxon, New Smyrna. 



192 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Chas. T. Moreland, DeLand. 
District No. 2 — Roger H. West, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 3 — Albert H. Belote, New Smyrna Beach. 
District No. 4 — W. L. Courson. Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5 — Andrew C. Preston, DeLand. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4 — Fred Mills, DeLand. 
District No. 5 — Bruce Wells, Pierson. 
District No. 6 — ^L. R. Scaffe. DeLeon Springs. 
District No. 7 — Dennis W. Malphurs, Ormond. 
District No. 8 — J. C. Beard, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 9 — J. D. Cannon, Port Orange. 
District No. 10 — Fred R. Brannon, New Smyrna. 
District No. 11 — E. W. Prevatt, Seville. 
District No. 12 — Ollie Lancaster, Jr., Daytona Beach. 
District No. 14 — David Williams. Orange City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 4 — W. M. Slaughter, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — E. T. Peterson, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — M. C. Bessinger, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — Roger A. Willis, Ormond. 

District No. 8 — W. H. Rosier, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 9 — Roy C. Clifton, Port Orange. 

District No. 10 — T. R. Galbreath. New Smyrna Beach. 

District No. 11 — Carl H. Robinson, Seville. 

District No. 12 — W. H. Freeman, Jr., Daytona Beach. 

District No. 14 — Eugene J. Petrone, Orange City. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

M. L. Chadwick, Daytona Beach term expires January, 1953. 

MEMBER EAST VOLUSIA ANTI MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

R. A. Merrill, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 1949. 

J. T. Robinson, Edgewater; term expires January, 1947. 

W. David Rogers, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 1949. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Ralph C. Henson, Daytona Beach; term expires May 23, 1951. 
Jerome A. Burgman, Daytona Beach; term expires May 23, 1949. 
J. R. Ellicott, Ormond Beach; term expires May 23, 1951. 
J. H. Howard, Daytona Beach; term expires May 23, 1949. 
B. M. Beach, Holly Hill; term expires May 23, 1949. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 193 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
PROBATION OFFICER 

Mae T. Donovan, Daytona Beach; term expires November 26, 1947. 

HARBOR MASTER 

I Subject to Senate Confirmation) 

Allen L. Smith, New Smyrna; commissioned November 30, 1946 
until next Senate. 

WAKULLA 

COUNTY SEAT CRAWFORDVILLE 

County Judge — A. L. Porter. 

Sheriff ^Emmett C. Ferrell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Gilbert J. Langston. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mrs. Nursie W. Ashmore. 

Tax Collector — Jerry J. Hodge, Jr. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — R. D. Altman. 

Supervisor of Registration — Newman R. Harper. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — E. W. Roberts, St. Marks. 
District No. 2 — S. L. Moore, Tallahassee. Rt. 6. 
District No. 3 — H. C. Strickland, Crawfordville. 
District No. 4 — Z. W. Revelle, Panacea. 
District No. 5 — W. E. McKenzie, Sopchoppy. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Andrew D. Ouzts, Crawfordville. 
District No. 2— A. L. Gowdy, Wakulla. 
District No. 3— L. R. Harvey. Wakulla. 
District No. 4 — Gillie Barwick, Crawfordville. 
District No. 5 — Myron B. Hodge, Sopchoppy. 



None. 



None. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 



CONSTABLES 



APPOINTIVE OFFICES 



PROBATION OFFICER 

Mrs. George Nesmith, Wakulla; term expires Septeinber 28, 1950. 



194 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

WALTON 

COUNTY SEAT DE FUNIAK SPRINGS 

County Judge — Joe Dan Trotman. 

Sheriff— Curtis R. Miller. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Miss Kate Gillis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Will Kelly. 

Tax Collector — Alton Renfroe. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John T. Bludworth. 

County Surveyoi- — H. T. Trotman. 

Supervisor of Registration — T. R. Spence. 

Tax Agent — J. E. Creel, DeFuniak Springs. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. C. Burke, Ponce DeLeon. 
District No. 2 — L. E. Gill. DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 3 — H. A. Bodiford, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 4 — Newton Hinote, Mossyhead. 
District No. 5 — J. D. Sharon, Freeport. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. W. Weeks. DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 2 — W. C. Gandy, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 3 — J. J. Ward, Bruce. 
District No. 4 — Webster B. Kelly, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — L. E. Laird, Ponce De Leon. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — L. E. Gainey, Darlington. 

District No. 2— B. Nail, Florala. Ala. 

District No. 4 — Flovd McDonald, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — Wilmer G Kilpatrick 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. J. Miles, Darlington. 
District No. 2 — John Perkins, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3 — Loyd Peters, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 4 — Clayton Davis, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 6 — James T. Fannin, Freeport. 

APPOINTIVE OFFICES 
WALTON COUNTY BRIDGE AUTHORITY 

W. O. Campbell, DeFuniak Springs; term expired July 1, 1942. 
Howard L. Cawthon. DeFuniak Springs; term expired July 11, 
1943. 
E. L. Huggins, DeFuniak Springs; term expired July 1, 1944. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 195 



WALTON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

A. G. Campbell, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 11, 1950. 

A. B. Covell, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 12, 1951. 
Henry Elliott, Jr., DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 10, 

1952. 
E. L. Huggins, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 10, 1952. 

B. C. McCall, DeFuniak Springs; term expires March 11, 1949. 

WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT — CHIPLEY 

County Judge — Sam D. May. 

Sheriff— Dan Brock. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Rex T. Yates. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Bedie Owen. 

Tax Collector — H. W. Varnum. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Russell Simmons. 

Supervisor of Registration — Teak Taylor. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herman Brown. Caryville. 
District No. 2 — Otley Johnson, Chipley. 
District No. 3— C. E. Miller. Vernon. 
District No. 4 — Clayton Bush, Chipley. 
District No. 5 — D. H. Owens, Wausau. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Daniel Walters, Vernon. 

District No. 2 — Walker Hughen, Chipley. 

District No. 3 — C. H. Brock, Bonifay. 

District No. 4 — T. L. McFatter, Vernon. 

District No. 5 — Grady B. Baxley, Chipley. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No.l — Curtis L. Miller. Vernon. 
District No. 3 — R. C. Aycock, Caryville. 
District No. 7 — F. J Jones, Chipley. 

BOARD TRUSTEES WASHINGTON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

C. E. Tharp, Chipley; term expires January, 1950. 
E. W. Wood, Chipley; term expires January 14, 1949. 

W. T. McFatter, Vernon; term expires January 18. 1948. 
E. A. Hodges, Caryville; term expires January 22, 1948. 
Albert Deermont, Chipley; term expires January 24, 1951. 



196 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD 

1946 



Daniel Ellis Collier 

Byron Earl Bushnell 

Aubrey Andeison Moore. . . 
Hugh Bedeill Ingram, Jr. . . 

John Reginal Roane 

Redmond Lome Daggett . . 
Henry Hamilton Taylor, Jr 

Joseph Joshua Spence 

Hubert Gordon Cummings. 

Bilhe Cole Williams 

Henry Noyer 

Damon Walter Grover 

Bill Donald Haviland 



COMMISSION 

NATIONAL GUARD OF 

THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Lieutenant Colonel 

Colonel 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Lieutenant Colonel 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Captain 

Major 



Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 



1, 


1946 


22, 


1946 


1, 


1946 


4, 


1946 


4, 


1946 


11, 


1946 


11, 


1946 


12, 


1946 


12, 


1946 


13, 


1946 


16, 


1946 


16, 


1946 


19, 


1946 



1947 



James Henry Philpot 

Robert Frederick Travis .... 

Dan Wheeler Storms 

William Henry Mapoles, Jr. . 
Russell Wheeler Buckhalt, Jr 

Frank Errol Childers 

Edwin Willis Booth 

Richard Jones 

Leon Earl Waldron 

James Francis Murphy 

Joseph Menard Lorimer, Jr. . 

Louis Porter Hebard 

Austin Norcross Wilder 

Ralph Clarence Davis 

James Napier Maples 

James Lamar McKeller 

Diamond P. Mitchell 

Leon Andrew Moore, Jr 

Harold Edwin Fethe 

John Madison Taylor 

Harold Whiddon Slater 

James Lacy Smith 

Louis Poole Kilgore, Jr 

George Kane Wall 

Marion Carr Snider 

Paul Everett Hall 

Solon Mamalis 

Jack Randolph Bush 



Major 

First Lieutenant. . 
First Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant. . 
First Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant. . 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Captain 

Warrant Officer . . . 
Second Lieutenant 
First Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant . . 

Captain 

Warrant Officer . . . 
First Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant. . 
First Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant. . 
First Lieutenant. . 
First Lieutenant . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 



Jan. 


7, 


Jan. 


13, 


Jan. 


14, 


Jan. 


22, 


Jan. 


22, 


Jan. 


22, 


Jan. 


23, 


Jan. 


24, 


Jan. 


27, 


Jan. 


29, 


Jan. 


31, 


Jan. 


31, 


Jan. 


24, 


Jan. 


2'' 


Feb. 


1, 


Feb. 


1, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


9, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 197 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1947 



James Milton Maneely 

Philip Barbour Stover 

Harold Foster Milton 

Harold Claude Wall 

Robert Gentry White 

Jesse O'Neal Hill 

Ralph Vincent Sorrentino 

James Young Wilson 

Henrj' Grady Cochran, Jr 

James Daniel Ward 

Fred Arthur Lewellen 

Lawrence Blanton Watson . . . . 

John Henry Perkins 

John Dee Burbridge 

OHver Wendell Hartwell 

Curtis Donel Clement 

Alfred Moses Prescott 

Richard Vernon Leavitt 

Arthur Raymond Marshall. . . . 
James Anthony Griffin 

Mack Tom Christian 

Kenneth LeRoy Carpenter . . . . 

Connie Miles Keltner, Jr 

Stanley Hampton Gaylord . . . . 

Charles Raymond TuUy 

Charlie Ebin Rowland 

Wallace Allen McDaniel 

James Thomas Moore 

Leroy Robeit Burk 

Henry Melton Ware 

Thomas Telfair Long 

John Mike Sara 

Thomas Pleasant WiHis 

Mark Walter Lance 

Lunsford Vaughn McDougald 
Fred William Kushmer, Jr. . . . 

George Arthur Hunt 

Kip Gordon Kelso 

William Wolverton Bull, Jr. . . 
Howard Douglas Embree .... 

Henry Edward Hill 

Junius Chfford McCrocklin, Ji 

Jack Edgar Boggs 

Kennedy Cornelius Bullard . . 

Fred Harrison Collins 

Frank Maurice Gornto 

John Bouldin Sweger 

Julian Fiske Pfaff 

HeniY Melton Ware 



COMMISSION 

NATIONAL GUARD OF 

THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Major 

Lieutenant Colonel 

Major 

Major 

Colonel 

First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Lieutenant Colonel 

Major 

Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Major 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer . . . 

Captain 

Major 

Warrant Officer . . . 

Major 

First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 

Major 

Major 

Warrant Officer . . . 

First Lieutenant . . . 
Brigadier General . 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant, 
First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant 
Second Lieutenant 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Colonel 

Major 



Feb. 


9 


1947 


Feb. 


10 


1947 


Feb. 


10 


1947 


Feb. 


12 


1947 


Feb. 


12 


1947 


Feb. 


13 


1947 


Feb. 


17 


1947 


Feb. 


17 


1947 


Feb. 


18, 


1947 


Feb. 


18 


1947 


Feb. 


18 


1947 


Feb. 


19 


1947 


Feb. 


24 


1947 


Feb. 


24 


1947 


Feb. 


24 


1947 


Feb. 


24 


1947 


Feb. 


25 


1947 


Feb. 


25 


1947 


Feb. 


25 


1947 


Feb. 


29 


1947 


Mar. 


1 


1947 


Mar. 


3 


1947 


Mar. 


5 


1947 


Mar. 


5 


1947 


Mar. 


11 


1947 


Mar. 


19 


1947 


Mar. 


31 


1947 


Mar. 


27 


1947 


Mar. 


26 


1947 


Mar. 


29 


1947 


Mar. 


27 


1947 


Mar. 


13 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


15 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


1947 


April 


16 


, 1947 


April 


16 


, 1947 


April 


16 


, 1947 


April 


17 


, 1947 


April 


24 


, 1947 



198 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1947 



Robert Nesbitt Dow, Jr 

Niles Aubrey Keen 

George Wilbur Johnson 

Fred Hendricks Rupert 

James Lawton Sanders 

Lloyd Everette Day 

Charles David Jones 

Ralph James McRae 

William Frederick Vowell. . . 

Murray Austrian 

Franklin Mcelheney 

Marvin DeWitt Beery 

Mace Agnew Harris 

Joel Conley Wilcox 

Wallace Azal San ford 

James Stokes Smith 

Murray Austrian 

Steadman Harvey Jackson . . 

Bill Donald Haviland 

Alfred Vanalain Clark 

John Calvin Worrell 

Willard Franklin Ande 

Archie Tillman McDaniel, Jr 

Thomas Edward Taaff e 

Alphonse Anselme Raymond 

Alfred Vanallan Clark 

James Dinwiddle Wright 

Cj'ril Fred. Wall Henderson . 
Chas. Herman Bernreuter, Jr 
Edward Robert Carmody . . . 

James Daniel Clark 

Frank Malone Buchanan . . . 

Homer Albert Brown 

Edward Butler Waters 

Kent Salmon Geier 

Clarence Lloyd Smith, Jr. . . . 

Henri Gerald Morin 

Robert Franklin Town 

Harold Wellbaum, Jr 

Fred Herbert Norris 

Leonard Garten 

Amos John Jackson, Jr 

Jay Long Hall 

Neal Maurice Bertelsen 

John Ben Kori, Jr 

Paul William Reuter, Jr 

Edward Sylvester Parrish, Jr 

Henry Duriel Castille 

William Henry Quedneu. . . . 



COMMISSION 
NATIONAL GUARD OF 
THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Captain 

Warrant Officer . . . 
First Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
Warrant Officer . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 
Warrant Officer . . . 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 
Warrant Officer . . . 
Lieutenant Colonel 
Warrant Officer . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
Lieutenant Colonel 

Captain 

Fii'st Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Warrant Officer. . . 
Fir.''t Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . 
Warrant Officer . . . 
First Lieutenant. . . 

Major 

Major 

Warrant Officer. . . 
First Lieutenant. . . 
First Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

First Leiutenant. . . 

Major 

Second Lieutenant. 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant. . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 



April 


24, 


April 


24, 


April 


26. 


April 


26, 


April 


26, 


April 


26, 


April 


28, 


May 


9 


May 


6, 


May 


(J, 


May 


7, 


May 


7, 


Mav 


7, 


Mav 


7, 


Mav 


7, 


May 


8, 


May 


14, 


May 


12, 


May 


12, 


May 


15, 


May 


15, 


Mav 


15, 


May 


16, 


Mav 


16, 


Mav 


19, 


May 


20, 


May 


20, 


May 


21, 


Mav 


21, 


May 


21, 


May 


23, 


May 


24, 


May 


26, 


May 


26, 


May 


21, 


May 


26, 


May 


26, 


May 


27, 


May 


29, 


May 


29, 


June 


2, 


June 


5, 


June 


10, 


June 


13, 


June 


13, 


June 


13, 


June 


16, 


June 


12, 


June 


19, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 199 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1947 



Stuart Gordon Robson 

Irving David Eller, Jr 

William Hazlett Petty, Jr 

Alvin Robert Robin 

Aubrey Lee Marsh 

John William Jourdan, Jr 

Charles Ansil Luehl 

George Franklin Humphreys . . 
Joe L. Givens 

James Dinwiddie Wright 

Thomas Joseph Kelly 

Raymond Lindsey McCalla, Jr 

Norris Leray Reynolds 

John Edgar Dahl 

John Sibley Calhoun, Jr 

Frank Burch Benedict, Jr 

Leon Durwood Harvey 

Wm. Edward Preston Roberts. 

Jesse Roland Davis 

Michael Stelios Bouchlas 

*Leon Durwood Harvey 

* Jesse Roland Davis 

*Michael Stelios Bouchlas 

George Crit White 

WilHam Phelps Simmons, Jr. . . 

Alvy Wilson Wadsworth 

Frank Burch Benedict, Jr 

Frederick Raymond Canada. . . 

William Keeton 

Frank Sumner Wright 

James Alton Browning 

Woodrow Wilson Ross 

Hercules Pettis 

Allen Walgrom Charlton 

Irwin Silverman 

Harry Knox Bettinghous 

John Atwood Dacy 

Cadmus Durrell Blakeney 

Leon Jackson Gill, Sr 

Merle Mooie WadsAvorth 

Frederick Carl Ogier 

Arthur Bradford Knott 

Floyd Curtis Huckaby 

Reuben Ragland, Jr 

Frank Allen Nooney 

John WiUiam Munn 

James Robert Mahoney 

Ralph Eugene Milner 

John William Kessler 



COMMISSION 

NATIONAL GUARD OF 

THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Warrant Officer . . . 
Lieutenant Colonel 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Major 

Major 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Lieutenant Colonel 
Lieutenant Colonel 
First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant. . . 
First Lieutenant. . . 
Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
Julv 
July 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



200 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1947 



Calvin Mabiy Edwards 

James Marion Wilson 

Robei-t Lyndon Simpson 

Ardice Lamar Roberts 

Jack Thomas Hall 

Leon Bryant Canady, Ji' 

Stanley Overton Andrews 

Alex Boback 

William Chalmers Fleming 

Leon Andrew Moore, Jr 

Gerald Henry Miller 

Robert Bruce McFeeters 

Owen Willis Griffin 

Robert Hall Mizelle 

Harold Claude Wall 

James Anthony Griffin 

Richard Dwight Sutton 

William Vincent Roberts 

Thos. Samuel Matthews 

Thos. Chfford Hazen, Jr 

William Stephen Kinsey 

John Getchell Diguid, Sr 

Wm. Templeton Farmer 

Thos. Kindred McClane, Jr 

Walter Hoodenpyl Campbell . . . 
Stanhope Chesterfield Smith. . . 

Corren Pinckney Youmans 

James Bart Cato 

James Lamar McKeller 

Joseph Menard Lorimer, Jr 

John Moses Cowart 

Edwin Shaw Dunlop 

Nathan Whitford Benjamin . . . . 
Wm. Bernard Francis Stapleton 

Fred Charles Kuhlman 

Houston Gillon Tubb 

Gordon Keith Totten 

Frank Joseph Fagan, Jr 

James Young Wilson 

David Montgomerj^ Walker, Jr. 

Jack Loiaine Rogers 

James Legrand Baldwin 

William Usher Norwood, Jr 

Alfred Taylor 

Oliver Perry Williams 

George Franklin Hannon 

Joseph Lynwood Prive, Jr 

Robert Guy Mason 



COMMISSION 

NATIONAL GUARD OF 

THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . . 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. . . 

Lieutenant Colonel . . 

Major 

Lieutenant Colonel . . 
Lieutenant Colonel . . 
Lieutenant Colonel . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Warrant Officer 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Major 

Colonel 

Colonel 

Lieutenant Colonel . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Chief Warrant Officer 
Warrant Officer, J.G. 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Major 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Major 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . . 



Aug. 


22, 


1947 


Aug. 


22 


1947 


Aug. 


22 


1947 


Aug. 


22 


1947 


Aug. 


23 


1947 


Aug. 


23 


1947 


Aug. 


25 


1947 


Aug. 


27 


1947 


Aug. 


30 


1947 


Aug. 


30 


1947 


Aug. 


28 


1947 


Aug. 


28 


1947 


Sept. 


3 


1947 


Sept. 


3 


1947 


Sept. 


8 


1947 


Sept. 


10 


1947 


Sept. 


10 


1947 


Sept. 


10 


1947 


Sept. 


11 


li)47 


Sept. 


12 


1947 


Sept. 


16 


1947 


Sept. 


25 


1947 


Sept. 


25 


1947 


Sept. 


25 


1947 


Sept. 


25 


1947 


Sept. 


25 


1947 


Oct. 


7 


1947 


Oct. 


7, 


1947 


Oct. 


7 


1947 


Oct. 


10 


1947 


Oct. 


13, 


1947 


Oct. 


15, 


1947 


Oct. 


15, 


1947 


Oct. 


lo. 


1947 


Oct. 


15, 


1947 


Oct. 


20, 


1947 


Oct. 


20, 


1947 


Oct. 


20, 


1947 


Oct. 


20, 


1947 


Oct. 


27, 


1947 


Oct. 


27, 


1947 


Oct. 


27, 


1947 


Nov. 


3, 


1947 


Nov. 


3, 


1947 


Nov. 


3, 


1947 


Nov. 


3, 


1947 


Nov. 


3, 


1947 


Nov. 


3, 


1947 



OF THE 8TATP: OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1947 



201 



CUMMISSIOX 
NATIONAL GUARD OF 
THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Willard Park Harris 

Frank James Wentz, Jr 

William Cosby Stewart 

Winston Kent Pendleton 

Fred George Hobirk 

Thomas Telfair Long 

Dwight Eugene Ogier 

Paul Victor Hudson 

John Paul McCann 

Thomas Dyson Hurlburt 

Leon Festus Roberts, Jr 

Ralph Clarence Davis 

Roland Dwight Fisher, Jr 

Louis Frank Daboll 

Alvin Ray Garner 

Harmon Wilbur Jordan 

John Maloney Spottswood . . . . 

John Bouldin Sweger 

Richard Earl Woodring 

Robert James Somner 

Robert Benjamin Lane 

Paul William MacFarlane 

Leo Dempsey Callahan 

Richard Pierce Payne 

WiUiam Robert Humphries, Jr. 

Henry Raymond Smith 

Clyde Stickney 

William Roth Lathinghouse, Jr 

John Russell Cawthon 

Willard Park Harris 

Carl Francis Helwig 

Walker Edgar Blount, Jr 

Charles Martin Gilchrist, Jr. . . 

Charles David Turner 

Harrv Buist Howell, Jr 

Harry Padelford McCall, Jr. . . 

Riner Bruno Schallern, Jr 

Kirk Sullivan 

Charles George Gafis 

Russell Anthony Ortmayer .... 

Edward Leslie Bryan 

Clyde Douglas Shapman, Jr. . . 
liobeit Bassett Huffaker 



Warrant Officer, J.G 
First Lieutenant .... 
First Lieutenant. . . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant .... 
Lieutenant Colonel . 

Major 

First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

Captain 

Fu-st Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

First Lieutenant .... 
First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . . , 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . , 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . , 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . , 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 



Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



10, 1947 
10, 1947 
10, 1947 
10, 1947 
10, 1947 
10, 1947 
10, 1947 
10, 1947 
10, 1947 
10, 1947 
18, 1947 
18, 1947 
18, 1947 
18, 1947 
22, 1947 

22. 1947 
24, 1947 
29, 1947 
29, 1947 

2, 1947 

6, 1947 

6, 1947 

8, 1947 

8, 1947 

8, 1947 

8, 1947 

8, 1947 

13, 1947 

13, 1947 

17, 1947 

23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 
23, 1947 



1948 



John Duta,^'ta Thompson . 
Dan Clark Labry 




2, 1948 
2, 1948 



202 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1948 



Raymond Chalmers Ransom . , 

Arthur Allan Riebe 

John Madison Taylor 

Lorenzo Lynn Parks 

Clarence Maurice Wilson, Jr. . 
Edward Howard Bouhall .... 

Hal Peb Dekle 

Fred Nolan Ball 

Ignacio Rodriquez 

Frank Reed Stone 

Obie Sion Gatlin 

George Edward Houianey . . . 

Franklin Eugene Staples 

Roy McCraw 

George Ghion Lorentz, Jr. . . . 

Weyman Parks Hickey, Jr 

George Hodges Harrison 

Richard Ronald Frisbie 

Egbert Ruffin Beall 

John J. Adams 

Vitus William Maninelli 

Michael Joseph Wood 

Robert E. Miller 

James Elmer Mclvey 

James Kline Lyle 

Bernard W. Patton 

Raymond Hought 

Patrick McCausland Span . . . 

Jacob Wainwright Love 

Raymond Frederick Ide 

Walter Wells 

Phihp Calvin Ainsworth 

WiUiam Reginald Yoakley, Jr 

John Taaf e 

Harry Milton Hatcher, Jr. . . . 

Lee John Pennington 

Peter Jay Wurts 

Raymond Arthur Kader 

Robert Aaron Newman, Jr. . . 
Hubert Gordon Cummings. . . 

George Edgar Martin 

John Milton Meade 

Ira Donna Brown 

Charles Marvin Griffin 

William Caleb Grimes 

Harry Botts 

Ralph Clarence Davis 

Volney Kirk Day 

Hugo John Kummer 



COMMISSION 
NATIONAL GUARD OF 
THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Lieutenant Colonel ... 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . . . 
Second Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant .... 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . . . 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Major, Medical Corps. 
Major 



Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 
Lieutenant Colonel . 

Captain 

Fir.^t Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant. . . 
Fir.'-t Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 
Warrant Officer . . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
Major 



Warrant Officer, J.G. 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Lieutenant Colonel . . 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



2, 1948 

2, 1948 
6, 1948 
6, 1948 
8, 1948 

13, 1948 
13. 1948 
13, 1948 
19, 1948 
19. 1948 
19, 1948 
23, 1948 
23, 1948 
26, 1948 
26, 1948 
26, 1948 
26, 1948 
26, 1948 
26, 1948 

26, 1948 
28, 1948 

6, 1948 

3, 1948 
3, 1948 
3, 1948 
3, 1948 
5, 1948 

7, 1948 
7, 1948 

12, 1948 
12, 1948 
12, 1948 
12, 1948 

12, 1948 

13, 1948 
13, 1948 
13, 1948 

16, 1948 

17, 1948 

27, 1948 

2, 1948 
2. 1948 
2, 1948 
2, 1948 
2, 1948 
2, 1948 
2, 1948 
2, 1948 
2, 1948 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1948 



203 



Dudley Gonzalez Sheppard. 
George Fleming Simpson. . . 

Shelby Harold Trager 

Eugene Albert McCausland 

Henry Neal McGill 

Charlie Ebin Rowland 

p]arl WilUam Middleton . . . 

Louis Porter Hebard 

Wilbur Powell Stanford 

Harry Walter McVay 

George Nicholas Sagin 

James Robert West 

Jack Loraine Rogers 

Leonard Lee Reese, Jr 

Elwood Vests Rich 

Adolph Lopez 

Reeves Hampton-BjTd 

Raymond Joseph Voss 

Richard Ellsworth Weld 

Leonard James Rumery . . . . 

John Addison Lambeth 

John Vincent Holub 

Harry Porcher Baya 

Jack Monroe Debee 

Henry Edward Hill 

Vernon Philhp Pendell 

Philip Sydney Albury 

Arthur Joy Lively 

Charles Frederick Mudgett. 

Adam Eugene SkiUin 

Mario Pedro Napoles, Jr. . . . 

Richard Henry Cobourn . . . . 

Elby Harley Cross, Jr 

John Elton Wilcox 

Clarence Gleaton Harris . . . . 

Frank EngUsh Parker 

Paul Anthony Maccaron. . . . 

John Sherman Cox 

Gayle Kelley 

Douglas Elmore Charles . . . . 

James Bart Cato 

Clayton Walter Montsdeoca 

Alan Francis Crowley 

WilHam Rile.y Carney, Jr 

Howard Douglas Embree . . . 

Lewis Caswell MedUn 

Malcolm O. K. McQuaig 

Reuben Ragland, Jr 

Roland Huntington Shelton . 
George Clifton Coker 



COMMISSION 

NATIONAL GUARD OF 

THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant .... 
First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant .... 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant. . 

Colonel 

Major 

First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant. . 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 

First Lieutenant .... 
First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer, J.G 
Warrant Officer, J.G 

Captain 

First Lieutenant .... 

Major 

Captain 

Lieutenant Colonel . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant .... 
Fii'st Lieutenant .... 
First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant .... 



Mar. 


2, 


1948 


Mar. 


2, 


1948 


Mar. 


2, 


1948 


Mar. 


2, 


1948 


Mar. 


2, 


1948 


Mar. 


5, 


1948 


Mar. 


o, 


1948 


Mar. 


o, 


1948 


Mar. 


8, 


1948 


Mar. 


11, 


1948 


Mar. 


11, 


1948 


Mar. 


11, 


1948 


Mar. 


12, 


1948 


Mar. 


16, 


1948 


Mar. 


15, 


1948 


Mar. 


15, 


1948 


Mar. 


15, 


1948 


Mar. 


15, 


1948 


Mar. 


22, 


1948 


Mar. 


22, 


1948 


Mar. 


22, 


1948 


Mar. 


22, 


1948 


Mar. 


22, 


1948 


Mar. 


22, 


1948 


Mar. 


23, 


1948 


Mar. 


22, 


1948 


Mar. 


25, 


1948 


Mar. 


31, 


1948 


Mar. 


30, 


1948 


Mar. 


30, 


1948 


Mar. 


30, 


1948 


April 


2, 


1948 


April 


2, 


1948 


April 


2, 


1948 


April 


5, 


1948 


April 


6, 


1948 


April 


9, 


1948 


April 


9, 


1948 


April 


9, 


1948 


April 


15, 


1948 


April 


16, 


1948 


April 


20, 


1948 


April 


20, 


1948 


April 


20, 


1948 


April 


20, 


1948 


April 


22, 


1948 


April 


22, 


1948 


April 


22, 


1948 


April 


22, 


1948 


April 


22, 


1948 



204 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1948 



William Knoll Anderson, Jr. . 

Leslie David Barker 

Willis Spencer Morey 

Morris Harris Spiwak 

James Leon Wilbanks 

Durwood McGowin Foshee. 
Ganelle Mobley Bacchus 

Joseph Harry Robinson 

John Paul Foster 

John Russell Ash 

James Ralph Darden 

John Wayne Canady 

Harold Wellbaum, Jr 

Wallace Beck Bonhoff 

William Sherman Evans, Jr.. 

Homer Jackson Goff 

Wallace Earl Gaskins 

Al Kay Carhsle 

Joe Philip Falis 

Roy Parker McRae 

James Nesmith 

Lewis Guthrie Trotter 

Lee Ramage Trotter 

Wilmer Burton Greene 

Henry Carroll Lunsford 

WilHam Boyce Combee 

WilUam David Powell, Jr. . . . 

Lemuel Augustus Bell, Jr 

Herbert Harold Wester 

Randle Bankston Gatlin 

Robert Duguid, III 

Leonard Irving Olsen 

Leon Bryant Canady, Jr 

Wilham Ferdinand Kirchaine 

James Robert Mahoney 

John Williams Munn 

Braxton Lamar Bright 

Leroy Robert Burk 

Calvin Mabry Edwards 

Robert E. Miller 

Harold William Coffield 

Rudolph Marion Dykes 

Sidney Dean Fields 

Lewis Gene Haefele 

Malcolm Brewton Johns 

Gerard Francis King 

Karl Nicols Mindhn 

Eugene Donald Picken 

Richard George Rundell 



COMMISSION 

NATIONAL GUARD OF 

THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 

Major 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Major 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 

First Lieutenant 

Warrant Officer , J . Ci 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

Second Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. . . 



April 


23, 


April 


23, 


April 


24, 


April 


27, 


April 


28, 


April 


29, 


April 


29, 


May 


3, 


May 


4, 


May 


4, 


May 


4, 


May 


4, 


May 


4, 


May 


10, 


May 


10, 


May 


10, 


May 


10, 


May 


13, 


May 


13, 


May 


13, 


May 


14, 


May 


14, 


May 


14, 


May 


14, 


May 


14, 


May 


19, 


May 


19, 


May 


19, 


May 


27, 


May 


27, 


May 


27, 


June 


4, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 


June 


12, 



OF THE STATP: OF FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1948 



,205 



William Glenn Wyatt 

Wilbur Fahey Miller 

John Mallory Sims, Jr 

Bonnie Wilson Hart 

Harmon Estion Crossley, Jr. . . 

Bailey Woodson Macey 

Melvin Haimowitz 

Charlie Lamar McCarty. . . . . 

John Matt Bay 

Clarence Quincy Parker 

Nonie Worth Gable 

Oscar Devier Howell, Jr 

Hugh Bediel Ingram, Jr 

John Wilham Jourdan, Jr 

Albert Owen Kreigsman 

James Lynnwood Webb 

George William Hall 

James Gregory Partain 

Dayton Frederick Latham .... 

Louis Corelleau Bell 

Raymond Lindsey McCalla, Jr 

Henry Grady Cochran, Jr 

Thomas Kindred McClane, Jr. 

Joseph Antonio Gardia, Jr 

Robert Headley Clanton 

Neal Maurice Bertelsen 

Lambert Peter Frederick 

Paul Scott Linder 

Mack Tom Christian 

Perry Owen Keene, Jr 

Joe Delgado Ramirez 

Paul Woodrow Harris 

John Chester Rowe 

Willard Richard Tull 

Norman Danow Madsden 

James Herbert Herlong 

Adolph Lopez 

Wesley Croy Hill, Jr 

Charles Joseph Knowles 

Thomas Joseph O'Connor 

Wilbur Wright Faircloth 

Fred Walker Richards 

Nathaniel Pinckney Rotuieau . 

Oscar Onell W^ilkprson 

Silas Edward Davis 

Dean Quinten Peimenter 

Jack Walter Woodley 

John Andrew Ray 

Joe L. Givens 



COMMISSION 

NATIONAL GUARD OF 

THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Second Lieutenant. . 
Wariant Officer, J.G 
First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant. . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . . 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 

Colonel 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . . 

Second Lieutenant. . 
First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . . 

Major 

Sec(jnd Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant. . 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer, J.G 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Fiist Lieutenant. . . . 
Fiist Lieutenant. . . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant . . 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 

First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Warrant Officer .... 
First Lieutenant. . . . 
Major 



June 


12 


June 


12, 


June 


14, 


June 


14, 


June 


15. 


June 


17, 


June 


18, 


June 


21, 


June 


25, 


June 


25, 


June 


25, 


June 


25, 


June 


25, 


June 


25, 


June 


25, 


June 


29, 


Julv 


1, 


Julv 


1, 


Julv 


1. 


Julv 


1, 


Julv 


3, 


Julv 


3, 


Julv 


3, 


Julv 


12, 


Julv 


12, 


Julv 


12, 


Julv 


12, 


July 


16, 


Julv 


16, 


Julv 


16. 


July 


16, 


Julv 


16, 


July 


17, 


Julv 


21, 


Julv 


22, 


Julv 


22, 


Julv 


22, 


Julv 


23, 


Julv 


23, 


Julv 


24, 


Julv 


24, 


Julv 


24, 


July 


31, 


Aug. 


9 


Aug. 


3, 


Aug. 


3, 


Aug. 


4, 


Aug. 


7, 


Aug. 


9, 



206 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1948 



Alvin Robert Robin 

James Clark DePurry 

Ignacio Rodriquez 

Wm. Franklin Girtman, Jr. . . 

Jack Harold Rosner 

Louis Delaroud Jorda, Jr 

George Albert Hugo 

Robert Augustus Hebb 

William Chas. Demetree 

Jack Selman Davis 

Jackson Nunnally 

Frank Mitchell Parham 

Robert Allen Honiker 

Paul Hill Mabry 

Charles Frank Riggle, Jr 

Raleigh Barbard Ward, Jr — 

Wesley Raylot McAffee 

Roland Cornelius McLaughlin 

Henry Duriel Castile 

Wm. Robinson Lint, Jr 

Duane Hansen Kunde 

Wilham Leonard Duncan, Jr. . 
Holly Rawline Carpenter .... 

Ralph Rex Snodgrass 

Jack Maynard Walrad 

Alfred Mundee McCrimmon . 

George Clifton Coker 

Edwin Paul Stewart 

Ottie Lee Patten 

Phillip Sidney Albury 

Elex Zander Nicholson 

Robert Elmer Brooks 

Jackson Bradley Bragg 

WiUiam Rose Lathinghouse . . 

William Alfred Fisher 

Lynn Albertus Vanderboegh. . 
James McGrahahan Stewart . 

Jack Metcalf 

Jacob Thomas Barron Beard . 
Edward Francis Henry, Jr — 

Robert Virgil Link 

John Sherman Cox 

Edwin Shaw Dunlap 

William James Bell 

Jack Walter Woodley 

Arthur Findlay Parker, Sr 

James Wyatt Nunn 

Harold Collins 



COMMISSION 

NATIONAL GUARD OF 

THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant .... 
First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant . . 

Second Lieutenant . . 

Major 

Major 

Major 

Second Lieutenant. . 

Captain 

Warrant Officer .... 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant .... 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant . . 

Major 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Warrant Officer, J.G 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant .... 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 
First Lieutenant. . . . 

Second Lieutenant . . 

Captain 

Lieutenant Colonel . 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant . . 
Second Lieutenant. . 
Second Lieutenant . . 



Aug. 


9, 


Aug. 


y, 


Aug. 


10, 


Aug. 


10, 


Aug. 


13, 


Aug. 


24, 


Aug. 


31, 


Aug. 


31, 


Aug. 


31, 


Aug. 


31, 


Aug. 


31, 


Sept. 


8, 


Sept. 


16, 


Sept. 


1«, 


Sept. 


16, 


Sept. 


16, 


Sept. 


16, 


Sept. 


17, 


Sept. 


17, 


Sept. 


20, 


Oct. 


4, 


Oct. 


4, 


Oct. 


4, 


Oct. 


7, 


Oct. 


9, 


Oct. 


11, 


Oct. 


12, 


Oct. 


13, 


Oct. 


13, 


Oct. 


13, 


Oct. 


13, 


Oct. 


18, 


Oct. 


21, 


Oct. 


22, 


Oct. 


25, 


Oct. 


28, 


Oct. 


28. 


Nov. 


4, 


Nov. 


4, 


Nov. 


4, 


Nov. 


5, 


Nov. 


5, 


Nov. 


5, 


Nov. 


5, 


Nov. 


5, 


Nov. 


1, 


Nov. 


4, 


Nov. 


3, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 
COMlVtISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1948 



207 



William Arthur Armstrong First Lieutenant 



Lee Everett Barbour 

John Elton Wilcox 

Henry Trimble Dixon . . . 

Oscar Linton Elkins 

Paul Williams Beuter, Jr. 
Ted McKillip Norcross . . 
Richard Vernon Leavitt . 
Edward Charles W^att. . 



Evans Holmes Alexander . . 
George P^dward Nettles. . . . 

Richard F. S. Coffman 

Frank Burch Benedict, Jr. . 
William B. F. Stapleton . . . 

Jack Loranine Rogers 

Jackson Gordon Flowers. . . 

Thomas Buriis Ingles 

WilUam Owen Cooper 

Henry Irving Wood 

William Henry Pease 

Elmo Brinson 

Josepli Dunwood Price, Jr. . 
John William Jourdan, Jr. . 
Adrian Laurayne Purser . . . 
William Henry Mapoles, Jr. 
Richard Ellsworth Weld . . . 
Stamie Dudley Williams . . . 

Robert Geo. Walker 

Dan Wheeler Stormes 

Harold Jack Baker 

Robert Joseph Arnold 

Alexandtn- Spando 

Clyde Travelstead 

Charles Thomas Boyd, Jr. . . 
Redmond Lome Daggett . . . 

Albert l^dward Dmrell 

Richard Goodwin Kidd, Jr. . 

Enoch Warren Hunt 

Edward Lincoln Wilkinson.. 

John Watt Day 

Charles Gordon Mullen, Jr. . 
Robert Lee Tepper 



COMMISSION 
NATIONAL GUARD OF 
THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



Warrant Officer . 
First Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant. 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 



Second Lieutenant. 

First Lieutenant. . . 
Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant. . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Major 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Captain 

Second Lieutenant. 

Captain 

First Lieutenant . . . 
First Lieutenant. . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . 
First Lieutenant . . . 

Captain 

Lieutenant Colonel . 

Major 

Major 

Major 

Major 

Captain 

Captain 

First Lieutenant. . . , 
Second Lieutenant. 
Second Lieutenant. 



Nov. 


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1948 


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1948 


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1, 


1948 


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1, 


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3, 


1948 


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3, 


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7, 


1948 


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7, 


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7, 


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7, 


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Dec. 


8, 


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8, 


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9, 


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9, 


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9, 


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13, 


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20, 


1948 


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21, 


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16, 


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16, 


1948 


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1948 


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16, 


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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



215 



CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT OPERATORS OF 

MOTOR VEHICLES IN WHICH SUMMONS IS SENT 

THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR SERVICE, UNDER 

THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 47.30 OF THE 

1941 FLORIDA STATUTES. 



Style of Case 

Permenter vs. Hardick 

Singletary vs. Hardick 

Couture's Motor Corporation vs. Lif- 

schultz 

Kohler vs. American Bakeries Company 
Rand's Taxi Company vs. Armstrong. . 
Strong vs. Chamber of Commerce of 

Augusta, Ga., Incorporated 

Mallard et al. vs. Roberts 

Orr vs. Ellenbujg 

Gleich vs. Mack 

Ramsey vs. Ulrich 

Lawhon vs. Sanders 

Gunn vs. Moron 

Grossman vs. Ogden. et al 

Franck vs. Brown 

Hardin vs. Morris, et al 

Rose vs. Frederick 

Jennings vs. Gorrell 

Phillips vs. Ralston 

Gantz vs. Herlong, et al 

Gantz vs. Herlong et al 

The Joseph M. La Rosa Sons, Inc. vs 

Schnitzer 

Stron vs. Chamber of Commerce of 

Augusta, Georgia, Inc 

Edwards vs. Jones 

Lyles vs. Jones 

Denison vs. Kellogg, et al 

Gearhart vs. Davis, et al 

Horwitt vs. Lilley, et al 

Horwitt vs. LiUey, et al 

Woody vs. General Motors Corp., et al. 

Thomas vs. Strickland 

Frady vs. Rosen 

Christastie vs. Dade Motors, Inc 

Rouse vs. Eagle Motor Lines, Inc 

Jernigan vs. Outlaw, et al 

Terry vs. Outlaw, et al 

Amos vs. Outlaw, et al 

Young vs. Foley 

Klemar vs. Grapenstein 

WilUams vs. Santo 

Christastie vs. S. A. Ryan Motors, Inc., 
et al 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Duval . 
Duval . 



Dade .... 

Escambia. 
Escambia. 



Orange 

Duval 

Marion 

Sarasota 

Pinellas 

Leon 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 

Nassau 

Orange 

Pinellas 

Columbia 

Indian River, 
Indian River. 

Dade 



U.S. District Court. 
Bay 



Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

Brevard 

Duval 

Duval 

U.S. District Court. 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 



Dade. 



1-11-47 
1-11^7 

1-18-47 
1-25-47 
1-25-47 

1-25-47 

2- 1-47 
2-11-47 
2-13-47 
2-17-47 
2-18-47 
2-19-47 
2-19-47 
2-19^7 
2-20-47 
2-21-47 

3- 3^7 

3- 4^7 
3-12-47 
3-12-47 

3-12-47 

3-13-47 
3-15-47 
3-15-47 
3-18-47 
3-20-47 
3-20-47 
3-20-47 
3-21-47 
3-21-47 
3-29-47 
3-31-47 

4- 3-47 
4- 3-47 
4- 9-47 
4- 9-47 
4-10-47 
4-14-47 
4-15-47 

4-19-47 



216 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Odom vs. The Complete Auto Transit 
Company 

Sullivan vs. Sanders 

Turner vs. Frazier 

Wilson vs. Fife 

Wilson vs. Fife 

Wilson vs. Fife 

Wilson vs. Fife 

Ellison vs. Fife 

Ellison vs. Fife 

Hancock vs. Fife 

Ellison vs. Fife 

Hancock vs. Fife 

Burnett vs. Brown 

Libby vs. McDougal 

Brown vs. Gi'oss 

Wilson vs. Gross 

Dixon vs. Western Rust- Proof Co., et al. 

Dixon vs. Western Rust- Proof Co., et al. 

Wood vs. Gottlief, et al 

Wood vs. Gottlief, et al 

Reames vs. Liebowitz 

Pritchard vs. Liebowitz 

Higginbotham vs. Liebowitz 

Otten vs. Bottom 

Thornton vs. King 

Thornton vs. Keenan 

Dehon vs. Heidt 

Drayton vs. Cundiff 

Drayton vs. Cundiff 

Topping vs. Cundiff 

Topping vs. Cundiff 

Rouse vs. Eagle Motor Lines, Inc 

Eisenhart vs. Cogan 

Reitz vs. Cogan 

Turlington vs. Furman 

Florida Public Utilities Company, a cor- 
poration, vs. St. Marys Kraft Corpora- 
tion, a corporation 

Lebowitz vs. Lefkowitz 

Lebotitz vs. Lefkowitz 

Ecker vs. Birmingham 

Pagonis vs. King 

Dixon vs. Western Rustproof Co., et al. . 

Dixon vs. Western Rust-Proof Co., et al. 

Corbett vs. Mitchum 

Arnold vs. Stanley Produce Company, 
a corporation 

Cooper vs. Fireman's Fund Insurance 
Co., a corporation 

Thomas vs. Seidell, et al 

Magnasco vs. Abele 

Luban vs. Maire 



County from 
Which Received 


Date 
Received 


Columbia 


4-21-47 


Leon 


4-24-47 


Hillsborough 

Duval 


4-30-47 
5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-16-47 


Broward 


5-16-47 


Broward 


5-16-47 


Duval 


5-17-47 


Duval 

Duval 


5-17-47 
5-19-47 


Duval 


5-19-47 


Duval 


5-19-47 


Dade 


5-21-47 


Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Palm Beach 

Orange 

Orange 


5-21-47 
5-21-47 
5-24-47 
5-29-47 
5-29-47 


Orange 


5-29-47 


Orange 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Pinellas 


5-29-47 
5-29-47 
6- 3-47 
6- 3-47 


St. Lucie 

Nassau 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Duval 

Broward 

Broward 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Escambia 

Dade 


6- 4-47 

6- 9-47 
6-11^7 
6-11-47 
6-12-47 
6-20-47 
6-24-47 
6-24-47 
6-26-47 

6-26-17 

6-26-47 
6-26-47 

7- 5-47 
7- 5-47 



OF THE STATP: OF FLORIDA 217 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Stvle of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Rippenbein vs. Chafets 

Folding Cycles, Inc., a corporation, vs. 
Chafets 

Lebowitz vs. Lefkowitz 

Lebowitz vs. Lefkowitz 

Frady vs. Rosen 

Fradj' vs. Rosen 

Tuiner v.^. Fraaier 

Mills vs. Seaboard Airline Raih-oad 
Company, a corporation, et al 

Mills vs. Seaboard Airline Raib-oad Com 
pany, a coi-poration, et al 

Turner vs. Pernas 

Keith vs. Carr, et al 

Keith vs. Carr, et al 

Froehlich vs. Hansford 

Froehhch vs. Hansford 

Ro sahnd Altman vs. Frustaci 

Moran vs. Race 

Perry vs. Race 

Jordan vs. MacDonell 

Roberts vs. Seidell 

Roberts vs. Seidell 

King vs. Thomae 

King vs. Thomae 

Milbrug vs. Reiser 

Milgrub vs. Reiser 

Harris vs. H. V. Kell Company, a cor- 
poration 

Harris vs. H. V. Kell Company, a cor- 
poration 

Brown vs. New Deal Cab Company, a 
corporation, et al 

Shashy vs. Ehrig 

Negro vs. Sklute 

Pastoriza vs. Rodriguez 

Brown vs. Burger 

Carr vs. Burger 

Robinson vs. Bm-ger 

Cash vs. Carter 

Cash vs. Carter 

Small vs. Miller 

Smith vs. Roy Richards Construction 
Co., a corporation 

Rogers vs. Herrin 

Arnold vs. Stanley 

Arnold vs. Stanley 

Robinson vs. Cook, et al 

Robinson vs. Cook, et al 

Crawford vs. Paden 

Bean vs. Dove 

Seymour vs. Lilley, et al 

Seymour vs. Lilley, et al 



Monroe . 



Monroe 

Dade 

Dade 

U.S. District Court. 
I'.S. District Court. 
Hillsborough 



Nassau . 



Nassau 

Dade 

Bievard. . . . 
Brevard .... 
Palm Beach . 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Manatee . . . 
Manatee . . . 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Orange 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 



Gadsden , 
Gadsden , 



Duval . . 
Marion . 
Dade. . 
Dade . . 
Duval . . 
Duval . . 
Duval. . 
Dade . . 
Dade . . 
Duval . . 



Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

U.S. District Court. 
U.S. District Court. 

Palm Beach 

Hillsborough 

Brevard 

Brevard 



7- 9-47 

7- 9-47 
7- 9-47 
7- 9-47 
7- 9-47 

7- 9-47 
7-11-47 

7-15-47 

7-15-47 
7-16-47 
7-17-47 
7-17-47 
7-21-47 
7-21-47 
7-21-47 
7-23-47 
7-23-47 
7-24-47 
7-25-47 
7-25-47 
7-25-47 
7-25-47 
7-29-47 
7-29-47 

7-29-47 

7-29-47 

8- 5-17 
8- 5-17 
8- 6-47 
8- 8-17 
8- 9^7 
8- 9-47 
8- 9-47 
8-11-47 
8-11^7 
8-12^7 

8-12-47 
8-12-47 
8-13-47 
8-13^7 
8-18-47 
8-18-17 
8-18-47 
8-20-47 
8-21-17 
8-21-47 



218 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Greenbaum vs. Anderson 

Greenbaum ve. Anderson 

Gussman vs. Anderson 

Gussman vs. Anderson 

Sheffield vs. Abbott 

Tyler vs. Swartz 

Tyler vs. Swartz 

Mrs. A. E. Register vs. SterHng Drug, 
Inc., a corporation, et al 

Mrf. A. E. Register vs. Sterling Drug, 
Inc., a corporation, et al 

McClaren vs. Singer 

Sharp vs. Winner 

Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc., a corpor- 
tion vs. Sorrells & Chatman Produce 
Company, Inc., a corporation 

Lebowitz vs. Lefkowitz 

Altman vs. Frustaci 

Arnold vs. Stanley 

Arnold vs. Stanley 

Dr. P. Phillips Cooperative, a Coopera- 
tive Marketing Association, vs. Hayden 

Crawford vs. Paden 

Watts, et al. vs. Weinberg 

Reisder vs. Potaz 

Klein vs. Varah 

Krau!^. vs. Varah 

Rutherford vs. Thompson 

Maguire vs. Tuller Construction Company 

Jernigan vs. Morrison 

Dixon vs. Wiley, et al 

Dixon vs. Wiley, et al 

Dixon vs. Wiley, et al 

Dixon vs. Wile}^ et al 

Kay vs. Interstate Oil Company, et al. . . . 

Palm Beach Mather Company, a corpor- 
ation, vs. Lemke 

Drew vs. Lovell, et al 

Pinkney vs. Arnold 

Collins vs. Lovell, et al 

Givens vs. Sorrels & Chatman Produce 
Company, Inc., a corporation 

Dobbs vs. Overly 

Hawkins vs. Overly 

McGehee vs. Jones 

Jones vs. McGehee 

Jones vs. McGehee et ux 

Jones vs. McGehee et ux 

Jones vs. McGehee et ux 

Nixon vs. Breeds 

Herlong, et al vs. Hutchines 

Orr, for Use and Benefit of State Farm 
Mutual Automobile Insurance Com- 
pany vs. Trapp, et al. 



Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Bay 

Bay 

Orange 

Pinellas .... 

Lake 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Polk 

Palm Beach . 

Lee 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Clay 

Okaloosa. . . 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Volusia 

Palm Beach . 
Escambia. . . 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 

Lake 

Escambia. . . 
Escambia . . . 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Broward . . . 
Indian River 

Marion 



9- 4-47 
9- 4-47 
9- 4-47 
9- 4^7 
9-12-47 
9-12-47 
9-12-47 

9-13-47 

9-13-47 
9-16-47 
9-18-47 



9-18-47 

9-22-47 

9-22-47 

10- 1-47 

10- 1-47 

10- 3-47 

10- 9-47 
10-11-47 
10-11-47 
10-16-47 
10-16-47 
10-17-47 
10-17-47 
10-18-47 
10-18-47 
10-18-47 
10-18-47 
10-18-47 
10-22-47 

10-22-47 
10-24-47 
10-24-47 
10-24-47 

10-30-47 

11- 5-47 
11- 5^7 
11- 6-47 
11- 6-47 
11- 6-47 
11- 6-47 
11- 6-47 
11- 6-47 
11-10-47 



11-12-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 219 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Smith, for Use and Benefit of State 
Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance 
Company vs. Roy Richards Construc- 
tion Company 

White vs. Shiland 

Fairbairn vs. Miller 

Fairbairn vs. Miller 

Arnold vs. Stanley 

Arnold vs. Stanley 

Humble vs. Wallace, Doing Business as 
Southeastern Transfer and Storage 
Company 

Chaney vs. Wallace, Doing Business as 
Southeastern Transfer and Storage 
Company 

Dohndorf vs. Morash 

Dorndorf vs. Morash 

Muller vs. Luther Transfer and Storage 
Company, Inc. 

Blanco vs. Fernandez 

Green vs. Rogers Electric Company of 
Birmingham, Alabama 

Willis vs. Little 

MacDonald vs. Boggs 

Chitty vs. McKinnon, Doing Business as 
McKinnon Dairy and Golden Triangle 
Lumber Company 

Peterson vs. Swain 

Wiley vs. Sprinkle 

Garzo Motors, Inc., et al., vs. Harper. . . 

Pratt vs. Lewallen 

CoUier vs. Day 

Anderson vs. Barnes 

Harter vs. Goldman 

Harter vs. Goldman 

Molster vs. Boyce 

Rutherford vs. Thompson 

Holland vs. Butler 

Bass vs. Bray 

Kasanoff vs. Bray 

KasanofT vs. Bray 

Harris vs. Strell 

Senn vs. Latimer, et al 

Senn vs. Latimer, et al 

Solomon vs. Abolin 

Kinzel vs. McDonald 

Kinzel vs. McDonald 

Wedekind vs. McDonald 

Wedekind vs. McDonald 

Wedekind Motors, Inc., a corporation, 
vs. McDonald 

Brown vs. Carter 

Johnson vs. Lustgarten 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Duval 

Dade 

Broward 

Broward ; . 


11-21-47 
11-21-47 
11-24-47 
11-24-47 


Duval 

Duval 

Hamilton 


11-24-47 
11-24-47 

11-26-47 


Hamilton 

Volusia 

Volusia 

Escambia 

Hillsborough 

Escambia 

Santa Rosa 

Palm Beach 

Holmes 

Pinellas 

Marion 


11-26-47 
12- 1^7 
12- 1-47 

12- 8-47 
12- 9-47 

12-10-47 
12-11-47 
12-22-47 

12-22-47 

12-24-47 

1- 5-48 


Palm Beach 

Broward 

Duval 

Escambia 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Polk 


1- 5^8 
1- 8-48 
1- 8-48 
1- 9-48 
1-15-48 
1-15-48 
1-15-48 


Volusia 


1-15-48 


Bay 


1-21-48 


Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard 

U.S. District Court. . 
U.S. District Court . 

Volusia 

Charlotte 


1-22-48 
1-22-48 
1-22-48 
2- 4-48 
2-11-48 
2-11-48 
2-13^8 
2-16-48 


Charlotte 

Charlotte 


2-16-48 
2-16-48 


Charlotte 


2-16-48 


Charlotte 


2-16^8 


Escambia 

Duval 


2-16^8 
2-16-48 



220 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 







County from 


Date 


Style of Case 




Which Received 


Received 


Romeis vs. Quinton Hathawav Cowles . . . 


Dade 


2-18-48 


Bowen vs. Turner 




Orange 


2-20-48 


Glancoff vs. South Atlantic B. Warehouse 






Corporation, a corporation .... 




Palm Beach 


2-20-48 


La Pointe vs. South Atlantic B 


. Ware- 






house Corporation, a corporation 


Palm Beach 


2-20-48 


Cobb, for Use and Benefit of The Shel- 






by Mutual Casualtv Compi 


mv, vs. 






Schwartzwalder 




Volusia 


2-21-48 


Mayher V8. Brown et al 




Duval 


2-25-48 


Mayher vs. Bi'own, et al 




Duval 


2-25-48 


Johnson vs. Raskin 




Dade 


2-26-48 


Rosenfield vs. Rorrer 




Broward 


2-27-48 


Way vs. Turner 


Bioward 


3- 1-48 


Southern Dairies, Inc. vs. Gettman 


Duval 


3- 9-48 


Nichols et al , vs De Jaiffe 




Pinellas 


3_ 10-48 


Graeter vs. Pitts 


Broward 

Broward 


3-15-48 


Graeter vs. Pitts 




3-15-48 


Seaman vs. Pennington 




Dade 


3-15-48 


Edwards vs. Abbott .... . . 




Duval 


3-17-48 


Edwards vs. Abbott ... 


Duval 


3-17-48 


Glancoff vs. South Atlantic 


Bonded 






Warehouse Corporation, et al. 




Palm Beach 


3-19-48 


Glancoff vs. South Atlantic 


Bonded 






Warehouse Corporation, et al. 




Palm Beach 


3-19-48 


La Pointe vs. South Atlantic 


Bonded 






Warehouse Corporation, et al. 




Palm Beach 


3-19-48 


La Pointe vs. South Atlantic 


Bonded 




Warehouse Corporation, et al 

Magnasco vs. Abele 

Macks vs. Wilkins 




Palm Beach 

Escambia 


3-19-48 




3-20-48 




Escambia 


3-20-48 


Hayes vs. Interstate Oil Company, et al. . 
W^ard vs. Interstate Oil Companv. pt nl. 


Volusia . . . . 


3-22-48 


Volusia. ... 


3-22-48 


Kirksev vs. Thompson Foundry 


md Ma- 






chine Company, a corporation 
Peters vs Otto 




Escambia 


3-23-48 




Escambia . . . . 


3-23-48 


Nesmith vs. Trinkle 


Escambia 


3-26-48 


Morrison vs. Peaden -. 


Hillsborough. 

Duval 


3-29-48 


Thomas vs. Rhode. ... 


4- 3-48 


Cohen vs. Montgomery . . 


Dade 


4- 5-48 


Williamson vs. Wells . . 


Palm Beach 

Dade 


4- 8-48 


Harper vs. Geweken . 


4-14-48 


Safety Cabs, Inc., a corporation. 


vs. 






Tillman . . 




Duval 


4-15-48 


Safety Cabs, Inc., a corporation. 


vs. 






Tillman . . 




Duval 


4-15-48 


Graham vs. Holt . .... 


Palm Beach 


4-15-48 


Herbert, for the I'se and Benefit of Mo- 




tors Insurance Corporation, a 


corpor- 






ation, vs. Koehler 




Palm Beach 

Leon 


4-17-48 


Godwin vs. Moore. . . 


4-17-48 


Shermak vs. Disney 


Volusia 


4-19-48 


Pollack vs. Litz 


Dade 


4-21-48 











OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 221 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Rezendes vs. Despenzieie 

Jones vs. Spence 

Browne vs. P^nnis 

Arnold vs. Okonski 

Durden vs. Tillman, et al 

Othero vs. Tillman, et al 

Walker vs. Tillman, et al 

Walker vs. Warner 

Garrett vs. Stockton 

Wilson vs. Rowell 

Sayet vs. Samuel 

Brinkman vs. Britton 

Solomon vs. Abolin 

Paxson, for Use and Benefit of Insurance 
Company of North America, vs. Wil- 
liams 

Paxson, for Use and Benefit of Insurance 
Company of North America, vs. Wil- 
liams 

Dees, et vie., vs. DeRouse, Jr 

Nesmith vs. Trinkle 

Center vs. Henigson 

Center vs. Henigson 

Magnasco vs. Abele 

Odom vs. Knapp 

Ki-auss vs. Crossland 

Messmore vs. Crossland 

Floyd vs. Beeman 

Floyd vs. Beeman 

Pettis vs. Henigson 

Pettis vs. Henigson 

Pettis vs. Henigson 

Rodriquez, et al., vs. Cohen 

Floyd vs. Montgomery, et al 

Smith vs. Montgomery, et al 

Floyd vs. Montgomery, et al 

Smith vs. Montgomery, et al 

Smith vs. Montgomery, et al 

Thomas vs. Colder 

Thomas vs. Colder 

Gertner vs. Rose 

Levy Drugs, Inc., a Florida corporation, 
vs. Wolfe 

Stokes vs. Kremp 

Coleman vs. Rimko 

Danton vs. Newbuig 

Patteron vs. Bartholomew 

Clemons vs. Moore 

Berlinger vs. Rosen 

Berhnger vs. Rosen 

Ross vs. Beaty 

Tiritter vs. Chapman 

Whittaker vs. Sticknev 



Jefferson 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Dade 

St. Lucie 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Escambia 

Duval 

Duval 

Escambia 

Columbia 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua 

Alachua 

U.S. District Court 
U.S. District Couit 
U.S. District Court 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Leon 

Leon 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Indian River 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Leon 

Broward 

Broward 

Duval 

Dade 

Palm Beach 



4-21-48 
4-21-48 
4-21-48 
4-22-48 
4-23-48 
4-23-48 
4-23-48 
4-30-48 
5- 7-18 
5- 8-48 
5- 8-48 
5-11-48 
5-12-48 



5-13-48 



5-13-48 
5-13-48 
5-14-48 
5-14-48 
5-14-48 
5-14^8 
5-15-48 
5-15-48 
5-15-48 
5-21-48 
5-21-48 
5-22-48 
5-22-48 
5-22-48 
5-27-48 
5-28-48 
5-28-48 
5-28-48 
5-28-48 
5-28-48 
6- 1-48 
6- 1-^8 
6- 3-48 

6- 4-48 
6- 4-48 
6- 8-48 
6-10-48 
6-10-48 
6-11-48 
6-11-48 
6-11-48 
6-12-48 
6-18-48 
6-21-48 



222 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 
Received 



Sussman vf. Larsen 

Harden vs. Bagian 

Jenkins vs. Taylor 

Meeler vs. Taylor 

Meeler vs. Taylor 

Jenkins vs. Taylor 

Berry vs. Meade 

Van Horn vs. Stevenson et al 

First National Bank in Palm Beach vs. 
Constantine 

Crafts vs. Constantine 

Crafts vs. Constantine 

Riley vs. Mattox 

Moore vs. Jordan 

Moore vs. Jordan 

Chastain vs. Aman 

Chrzanowski vs. Rutherford 

Schutzer vs. Koehler 

Patterson vs. Grandinetti 

Jones vs. Steger 

Pfeifer vs. Higgins 

Broussard vs. Johnson 

Sapp vs. Uritis 

Brown vs. Kruptizer 

Galloway vs. Britton 

Galloway vs. Britton 

Benson, et al., vs. Kritzer 

Treiman vs. Glover 

Davis vs. Wilkins 

Weitzel, et al., vs. Mclntyre 

Lofton and Martin, as Trustees of Florida 
East Coast Railway Company, vs. 
Hampton, et al 

Brewton vs. Wike 

Stillman, for Use and Benefit of Travel- 
ers Insurance Company, a corporation, 
vs. Ware 

Fossler vs. Blair 

Fossler vs. Blair 

Fossler vs. Blaii- 

Shelnutt vs. Letzkus 

Glen St. Mary Nurseries Companj', for 
Itself and for the Use and Benefit of 
The American Insurance Company, a 
corporation, vs. Dempsey trading 
and doing business as Demp- 
sey Feed Stores 

Phillips vs. Dixon-Conner Produce Co., 
Ltd 

Phillips vs. Dixon-Conner Produce Co., 
Co., Ltd 

Cooper vs. Dixon-Conner Produce Co., 
Ltd 



Dade 

Dade 

Baker 

Baker 

Baker 

Baker 

Bay 

Brevard 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Bay 

Escambia 

Escambia 

Dade 

Volusia 

Palm Beach 

Pinellas 

Columbia 

Marion 

Dade 

Indian River 

U.S. District Court 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach 

Indian River 

Levy 

Escambia 

Dade 

Volusia 

Bay 

Duval 

Lake 

Lake 

Lake 

Hillsborough 



Baker 
Levy . 
Levy. 
Levy. 



6-23-48 
6-23-48 
6-24-48 
6-24-48 
6-24-48 
6-24-48 
6-25-48 
6-25-48 

7- 1-48 
7- 1-48 
7- 1-48 
7- 1-48 
7- 6-48 

7- 6-48 
7-12-48 
7-16-48 
7-19-48 
7-19-48 
7-20-48 
7-21-48 
7-21-48 
7-23-48 
7-24-48 
7-29-48 
7-29-48 
7-31-48 
8—2-48 

8- 5-48 
8-10-48 



8-10-48 
8-1 1-48 



8-15-48 
8-18-48 
8-18-48 
8-18-48 
8-18-48 



8-18-48 
8-19-48 
8-19-48 
8-19-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



223 



CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 


County from 
Which Received 


Date 
Received 


Lee vs. Metcalfe 


Duval 


8-19-48 


Hampton vs. Witts 


Polk. 


8-19-48 


Solomon vs. Marcus, et al 


Osceola 


8-20-48 


Solomon vs. Marcus, et al 


Osceola 


8-20-48 


Olin's, Inc., a Florida corporation, vs. 
O'Dowd 


Dade 


8-21^8 


Gros.sman vs. Sheff 


Dade 


8-23^8 


Anderson vs. Schmidt 


Broward 


8-25-48 


Chastain vs. Aman 


Dade 


8-25-48 


Yaeger, for Himself and for the Use and 
Benefit of Motors Insurance Corpora- 
tion, a corporation, vs. Mayo 

Cowart vs. F eming 


Dade 


8-25-48 


Dade 


8-26-48 


Crabtree vs. Dallins 


Duval 


8-27-48 


Tavlor vs. Sun Rigg Company 


Escambia 


8-27-48 


Croy vs. Bowen 

Ward vs. Interstate Oil Company, a cor- 
poration 

Hayes vs. Interstate Oil Company, a cor- 
poration 

Rodriquez, et al., doing business as The 
El Ideal Restaurant, vs. Cohen. . . 


Leon 


8-30-48 


Volusia 


9- 2-48 


Volusia 


9- 2-48 


Dade 


9- 7-48 


Poston vs. Dickey 


Martin 


9- 9-48 


Poston vs. Dickey 


Martin 


9- 9-48 


Leitch vs. Ash 


Hillsborough 

Alachua 


9- 9-48 


Eliadcs vs. Wayne 


9-1 1-48 


Goolsby vs. Ward, doing business as 

Ward Produce Company 

Payne vs. Brannon . 

Weitzel vs. Mclntyre 


Okaloosa 


9-13-48 


Dade 


9-15-48 


Dade 


9-16-48 


Marshall vs. Reilly 

Smith, et al., vs. W. C. Shepherd Co., 

Inc., a Georgia corporation, et al 

Smith, et al., vs. W. C. Shepherd Co., 

Inc., a Georgia corporation, et al 

Smith, et al., vs. W. C. Shepherd Co., 

Inc., a Georgia corporation et al 

Van Tassell vs. Cox, et al 


Palm Beach 

U.S. District Court. . 

U.S. District Court. . 

U.S. District Court. . 
Dade 


9-15-48 

9-15-48 

9-15-48 

9-15-48 
9-16-48 


Van Tassell vs. Cox, et al 


Dade 


9-16-48 


Grossman vs. Shell 


Dade ... 


9-21-48 


Albert vs. Parkey 


St. Lucie . 


9-21-48 


Rose vs. Dwiggins, et al 


Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 

Duval 

Dade 

Polk 

Putnam 


9-21-48 


Pope vs. Simp 

Harrell vs. Aiken Bag Corporation, a 

corporation 

Stokes, individually and for the use and 

benefit of the Detroit Fire and Marine 

Insurance Company, a corporation, vs. 

.\ustin 


9-22^8 
9-23-48 

9-29-48 


Siegel vs. National Suretv Corporation, 

a corporation 

DeBree vs. W. D. Gray 


10- 4-48 
10-11-48 


Lee vs. Riedgner 


Flagler 


10-11-48 



224 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date 

Received 



Jones vs. Riedgner 

Postal vs. Riedgner 

Davis vs. Core 

Denefield vs. Core 

Saxon vs. Goldman 

McPhee vs. Eddy 

Adams vs. Dean, et al 

Stephens vs. Wydryk, et al 

Stephens vs. Wydryk, et al 

Crabtree vs. Dallins 

King vs. Page 

Perrine vs. Blush 

Sawyer v.s. William McDonald Company, 

a corporation 

Sawyer vs. William McDonald Company, 

a corporation 

Sawver vs. Deaman 

Stewart vs. McGuffin 

Stewart vs. McGuffin 

Kowkabany, individually and for the use 
and benefit of the Mechanics and Trad- 
ers In.'^urance Company, a corporation, 

vs. O'Neal " 

Seitz, et al., vs. Polak, et al 

Grossinger Corp. vs. Mayer 

Zimmerman vs. White Ti'uck Line 

Greenburg vs. Elkins, et al 

Greenburg vs. Elkins, et al 

Morganstern vs. Kannen 

Stokols, individually and for the use and 
benefit of the Detroit Fire and Marine 
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Austin 

Cook vs. Wikon 

Chitwood vs. Charbeneau 

Watkins vs. Strickland 

Lythgoe vs. Dubois 

Jaworsky vs. Brown 

Lyle vs. Fancher . 

Lyle vs. Fancher 

W'ilbanks vs. Jack Thrasher Transporta- 
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Watson vs. Keller 

Mayhew vs. Warden 

Yoakley vs. Welcome Wagon Service Co., 

Inc 

Aberding vs. Wyss 

Beck vs. Calver 

Measel vs. Silber 

Freeman vs. Jones Lumber Company, a 
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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



REQUISITIONS 

During the years 1947 and 1948 the following States liuve made requisitions 
on the State of Florida for fugitives fi'om justice, as follows: 



Alabama 

Arkansas 

CaUfornia 

Colorado 

Connecticut. . 

Georgia 

IlUnois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky . . . . 

Louisiana 

Maryland . . . . 
Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota . . . . 



Mississippi . . . . 

Missouri 

Nebi-aska 

New Jersey. . . . 

New York 

Noi'th Carolina 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Pennsylvania. . 
South Carolina. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Virginia 

West Virginia . . 
Wisconsin 



2 

1 

5 

25 

21 

10 

1 

7 

6 

5 

6 

13 

3 

3 



REQUISITIONS 

During the years 1947 and 1948 tlie State of Florida made requisitions on 
other States, the District of Columbia, Alaska, and Mexico for fugitives 
from justice, as follows: 



Alabama 


15 
2 
2 
9 
2 
4 
38 
13 
4 
3 
2 
4 
1 
4 
3 
7 
1 
3 


Nevada 


1 


Arizona 

Arkansas 


New Jersey 

New York 


11 


California 


North Carolina 


fi 


Colorado 

Connecticut 

Georgia 

Illinois 


Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Pennsylvania 

South Carolina 


? 

9 
? 


Indiana 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 


Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Virginia 

Washington 


5 
9 

I 

1 


Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 


West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

District of Columbia 


3 

1 
? 


Mississippi 

Missouri 


Alaska 

Mexico 


1 

1 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



257 



CHAIRMEN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY 
COMMISSIONERS— 1949 



County 



Alachua 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford . . . . 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte . . . . 

Citrus 

Clav 

Collier. 

Columbia. . . . 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Duval.. 

Escambia. . . . 

Flagler 

FrankUn 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton. . . . 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando . . . . 
Highlands. . . 
Hillsborough. 

Holmes 

Indian River. 

Jackson 

Jefferson .... 
Lafayette . . . . 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee . . . . 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa . . . . 
Okeechobee. . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach. . 

Pasco 



Name 



Thos. D. Roland .... 

H. F. Powers 

IraL. Hill 

M. O. Harrell 

A. Fortenberrv 

S. C. Fox....; 

Wilson M. Bailey 

Vasco Peeples 

James E. Rooks 

M. J. Harris 

J. M. Davidson 

Horace J. Witt 

Hugh Peters 

H. D. Sloat 

Roy B. Hendry 

C. Ray Greene 

Frank L. Parise 

Geo. E. Wickline 

H. L. Cook 

Hope Hines 

Tommie Reed 

J. W. Adkins 

Tobe Gay 

Maurice Bennett 

Lee Hanchey 

J. O. Davidson 

John L. Avei-s 

R. L. Stokes 

Fred W. Ball 

Cecil Miller 

W. C. Graves, Jr 

Curtis Jackson 

Fred Stoklev 

W. R. Bell." 

F. E. Owens 

H. M. Stringfellow . . . 

V. G. Phihps 

W. Randolph Hodges. 

A. M. Shuler 

K. P. Beaty 

J. M. Haynes 

R. Bruce Meffert 

R. L. Wall 

Frank Bentley 

John T. Ferreira 

W. S. Spence 

C. E. Drawdy 

M. H. Evans 

Hardy Simmons 

Lake Lj^tal 



A. H. Schrader 



Address 



Newberry 

MacClennv 

3462 Highway 98, Panama City 

Brooker 

Merritt 

Pompano 

Blountstown 

Punta Gorda 

R.F.D. Brooksville 

Green Cove Springs 

Everglades 

Lake City 

Box 3289, Miami 21 

Arcadia 

Cross City 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Flagler Beach 

Carrabelle 

Greensboro 

Trenton 

Moore Haven 

Wewahitchka 

Jasper 

Wauchula 

La Belle 

Brooksville 

Lorida 

Box 1110, Tampa 

Bonifay, Route No. 3 

Vero Beach 

Route 4, Marianna 

Drifton 

Route 1, Mayo 

Eustis 

Fort Myers 

Tallahassee 

Cedar Key 

Telogia 

Lamont 

Manatee Station, Bradenton 

Box 330, Oca la 

Palm City 

626 William St., Key West 

Fernandina 

Niceville 

Okeechobee 

Orlando 

St. Cloud 

720 Francis Street, W. Palm 

Beach 
San Antonio 



258 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CHAIRMEN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS— 1949 



County 


Name 


Address 


Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 


John Chesnut 

Jas. W. Foley 

R. H. Wilkinson 

G. R. Wiles... 


Clearwater 

635 Ave. B, Winter Haven 
R.F.D. Palatka 

121 San Marco Ave., St. Augus- 
tine 
Jensen Beach 
Munson 


St. Lucie 

Santa Rosa 


Lane H. Jennings 

J. E. Temples 


Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 


W. S. Harris 

H. B. Pope 

T. M. Bragg. .... 


Bee Ridge 

Sanford 

Wildwood 


Suwannee .... 

Taylor 

Union 


Harry L. Howes 

James H. McCall 

T. P. Renfroe 


Route 4, Live Oak 

Perry 

R.F.D. Lake Butler 


Volusia 


J. H. Graham 


Seville 


Wakulla 


E. W. Roberts 


St. Marks 


Walton 


L. E. Gill 


Route 2, DeFuniak Springs 


Washington . . . 


0. S. Johnson 


Chipley 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



259 



CHAIRMEN COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC 
INSTRUCTION— 1949 



County 


Name 


Address 


Alachua 


S. A. Hussey 


258 College Court, Gainesville 


Baker 


R. J. Davis 


MacClenny 


Bay 


Joe Rutherford 


Panama Citv 


Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 


H. B. Crosby 

J. D. Nash 

Paul E. Turner 

R. B. Wells 


Brooker 
Titusville 
Dania 
Blountstown 


Charlotte. . . . 


W. E. Guthrie 


Punta Gorda 


Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 

DeSoto 

Dixie .... 


G. W. Bellah 

George A. Knight 

F. J. Frankenhoff 

L. C Owens 

H. 0. Lassetter 

Barney McLain 

J. B. Harris. . . . 


Hernando 

Green Cove Springs 

Everglades 

Lake City 

Miami 

Arcadia 

Shamrock 


Duval 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 


Cecil B. Lowe 

Clyde A. Harrison 

T. K. McKnight 

A. V. Benson ... 


Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville 
c-o Atwell Transfer Co., Pensa- 

cola 
Bunnell 
Apalachicola 
Quincy 
Bell 


Gadsden 

Gilchrist 


Mark W. Monroe, Jr 

Ralph Taylor 


Glades 

Gulf 


Mrs. Luvenia Gorman . . . 

Thos. Meriwether 

J. A. Mitchell 


Moore Haven 


Hamilton 


Jasper 

Bowling Green 

W. Sagamore Ave., Clewiston 

Brooksville 


Hardee 


Irven Locklar 


Hendry 

Hernando .... 


Herbert M. Hare, Jr 

C. D. Lanier 


Highlands .... 


J. Paul Garber 


Avon Park 


Hillsborough. . 


Fred D. Alley 


Plant City 
Bonifay 
Vero Beach 


Holmes 


Levy Tindell 


Indian River. . 


C. G. Wilhoit 


Jackson 


F. M. Golson 


Marianna 


Jefferson 


R. A. Groom 


Wacissa 


Lafayette 


Harry McCray 


Mayo 


Lake 


A. M. Davis 


Groveland 


Lee 


David M. Bull . 


Alva 


Leon 


W. T. Moore, Jr. . 


429 E. 6th Ave , Tallahassee 


Levy 


W. E. Watson .... 


R.F.D. Trenton 


Liberty 


Clifford Whittle 


GreensboTjb 


Madison 


Carl Smith 


R.F.D. Madison 


Manatee 


Mark E. Wyatt 


Oneco 


Marion 


J. Miles Hiers 


1001 Wyomina St., Ocala 

Box J," Stuart 

2763 Staples Ave., Key West 

Yulee 

Baker 


Martin 

Monroe 


D. L. Williams 

Gerald H. Adams. . 


Nassau 

Okaloosa 


Homer S. Stevens 

H.L.Hilton 


Okeechobee. . . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach. . . 
Pasco 


Van Lightsey 

George W. Johnson 

H. R. May 

Geo. W. Slaton 

Jas. F. Croley 


Okeechobee 

Johnson Bldg., Orlando 

Kissimmee 

West Palm Beach 

Dade City 









"260 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

CHAIRMEN COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— 1949 



County 



Name 



Address 



Pinellas ... 

Polk 

Pittnam ... 
St. Johns. . , 
>St. Lucie . . 

Santa Rosa , 
Sarasota . . . , 
Seminole . . , 

Sumter 

Suwannee. . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia . . . . , 
Wakula... . 

Walton 

Washington 



M. C. Gianeskis.. . . 

F. W. Myers 

W. H. Beasley 

R. B. Hunt..' 

B. Arnold 

Haywood Hanna ... 

D. C. KickUter 

L. E. Jordan 

F. A. Hayes 

G. A. Hicks 

E. L. Cox 

W. L. Brown 

Charles T. Moreland 

M. B. Hodge 

J. J. Ward 

Walker Hughen .... 



Bayou Ave., Tarpon Springs 

Box 391, Bartow 

Palatka 

St. Augustine 

507 S. Indian River Drive, 

Fort Pierce 
Milton 

440 Main St., Sarasota 
Oviedo 
Webster 

Route 5, Live Oak 
Perry 

Lake Butler 
Box 415, De Land 
Sopchoppy 
Bruce 
Chipley 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



261 



REGISTRATION OF VOTERS— 1948 PRIMARY 



Counties 


Dem. 
White 


Dem. 
Colored 


Repub. 
White 


Repub. 
Colored 


Peoples 
Prog. 
Party 


Other 
Party 


Alachua 


13,986 
3,364 

12,473 
6,094 
7,524 

19,769 
4,785 
2,145 
3,113 
4,252 
1,810 
7,655 
139,271 
3,156 
1,914 

70,253 

38,435 
1,210 
3,249 
6,593 
2,128 
858 
3,226 
2,664 
5,594 
2,806 
3,328 
5,114 

67,686 

10,023 
3,886 

11,534 
3,472 
1,746 

12,073 
8,607 


1,691 

52 

1,682 

347 

708 

1,612 

40 

94 

105 

690 

169 

638 

127 

11,219 

4 
302 
132 
12 
169 
129 
3 
143 

175 
1,141 

130 

78 

1,186 

141 

556 
1,182 


315 
2 

89 

23 

1,333 

2,595 

5 

70 

40 

39 

26 

16 

16,083 

27 

3 

1,143 

175 

14 

5 

7 

5 


270 
51 
17 
73 


27 


27 


Baker 




Bay 


1 


9 


Bradford 


3 


Brevard 


29 


Broward 


132 

4 

166 

93 

18 

6 

47 

3 


12 


161 


Calhoun 




Charlotte 


2 


1 


Citrus 




Clay 


4 


Collier 




Columbia 


1,152 


1 


Dade* 


651 


DeSoto 


3 


Dixie 




Duval* 


2,808 

1 

204 

3 

1 


14 
14 


317 


Escambia* 

Flagler 


9 


Franklin 


2 


4 


Gadsden 




Gilchrist 





Glades 






Gulf 


8 

5 

51 

18 

33 

42 

2,315 

7 

31 

37 

6 

2 

977 
271 


14 
25 
45 




9 


Hamilton 




Hardee 




10 


Hendry 




Hernando 

Highlands* 

Hillsborough* 

Holmes 


57 

1 

4 

41 

105 

25 


1 
292 


4 

1 


Indian River 

Jackson 




6 
3 


Jefferson 




Lafavette 






Lake 


215 
74 




67 


Lee 


20 



262 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 



REGISTRATION OF VOTERS— 1948 PRIMARY 



Counties 



Leon 

Levy 

Liberty .... 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marion .... 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa . . . 
Okeechobee . 
Orange*. . . . 
Osceola. . . . 
Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas .... 

Polk 

Putnani .... 
St. Johns . . . 
St. Lucie . . . 
Santa Rosa . 

Sarasota 

Seminole. . . 

Sumter 

Suwannee. . . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla.... 

Walton 

Washington . 



TOTALS 



Dem. 
White 



13,307 
5,567 
1,569 
4,003 

14,377 
9,855 
3,455 
7,170 
4,256 
8,169 
1,439 

27,431 
6,951 

26,409 
6,968 

45,677 

34,645 
8,332 
7,859 
7,233 
9,151 
6,594 
7,393 
6,316 
6,998 
4,167 
1,853 

24,285 
3,057 
6,500 
5,651 



Dem. 
Colored 



822,423 



1,917 
184 



421 

2,638 
114 
748 
623 
184 
260 
863 
97 

3,687 
302 

2.034 

2,826 
530 

1,753 

725 

92 

488 

1,430 

127 

159 

90 

1 

5,390 

32 

533 

463 



Repub. 
White 



53,368 



180 

14 

1 

6 

496 

160, 

72 

57 

8 

16 

7 

4,119 

474 

2,158 

162 

12,376 

1,651 

94 

171 

142 

24 

1,626 

224 

30 

5 

20 

5 

911 

3 

91 

4 



51,245 



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197 
29 



256 

208 

18 

46 

28 

9 



847 
108 
205 



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257 

356 

189 

42 

13 

72 

154 

26 

26 

16 



283 



18 
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1 

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1 

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3 
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6 
16 



152 

37 

318 

5 

422 

169 

3 

24 



14 
11 



1 

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63 



11 
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OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



263 



REGISTRATION OF VOTERS 
GENERAL ELECTION— 1948 





White 


Colored 


Total 


Alachua 

Baker 


14 
3 

12 
5 
9 

24 
3 
2 
3 
4 
1 
7 
164 
3 
1 

75 

35 
1 
3 
6 

20 

3 

2 

5 

2 

3 

5 

64 

10 

3 

11 

3 


354 
348 
701 
225 
385 
419 
975 
191 
027 
400 
878 
721 
163 
214 
928 
982 
373 
225 
016 
778 
019 
857 
236 
760 
638 
246 
650 
827 
700 
711 
917 
324 
730 


1,964 

103 

1,770 

480 

780 

1,825 

36 

194 

327 

750 

9 

223 

7,666 

644 

128 

14,686 

4,704 

5 

503 

137 

10 

173 

142 

50 

187 


16,318 
3,451 


Bay 


14,471 


Bradford ... 


5,705 


Brevard 


10,165 


Broward 


26,244 


Calhoun 


4,011 


Charlotte 


2,385 


Citrus 


3,354 


Clay 


5,150 


Collier 


1,887 


Columbia 


7,944 


Dade 

DeSoto 


171,829 
3.858 


Dixie 


2,056 


Duval 


90,667 


Escambia 


40,077 


Flagler 


1,230 


Franklin 


3,519 


Gadsden ... 


6,915 


Gilchrist 


20,029 


Glades 


1,030 


Gulf 

Hamilton 


3,378 
2,810 


Hardee 


5,825 


Hendry 


2,246 


Hernando 


235 

1,277 

6,660 

114 

119 

1,557 

174 


3,885 


Highlands 


7,104 


Hillsborough 


71,360 


Holmes 

Indian River 


10,825 
4,036 


Jackson 


12,881 


Jefferson 


3,904 


Laf avette 


1.670 


1,670 











264 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

REGISTRATION OF VOTERS— GENERAL ELECTION 1948 





White 


Colored 


Total 


Lake 


13,380 
9,174 

13,734 
6,235 
1,578 
4,052 

14,880 

10,301 
3,838 
7,393 
4.270 
8.239 
1,455 

33,178 
8,092 

31,141 
7,973 

65,631 

37,533 
8.395 
8.260 
7.159 
9,151 
9.070 
7,676 
6.385 
6,845 
4,295 
2,342 

26,007 
2,892 
6,523 
5,558 


802 
1,243 
2,266 

233 

677 

2,888 

162 

827 

654 

195 

261 

1,934 

344 

4,051 

327 

2,963 

3,478 

1,570 

1,911 

954 

92 

574 

1.768 

209 

238 

107 

1 

5,673 

65 

558 

624 


14,182 


Lee 


10,417 


Leon 


16,000 


Levy 


6,468 


Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marion . 


1,578 

4,052 

15,557 

13,189 


Martin 


4.000 


Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 


8,220 
4.924 
8,434 
1,716 

35,112 
8.436 

35,192 


Pasco 

Pinellas . . 


8,300 

68,594 


Polk 

Putnam 


41,011 

9,965 


St. Johns 


10,171 


St. Lucie 

Santa Rosa 


8,113 
10.243 


Sarasota . 


9,644 


Seminole 


9,444 


Sumter 


6,594 


Suwannee 


7.083 


Taylor 


4.402 


Union 


2,343 


Volusia 


31,680 


Wakulla 


2,957 


Walton 


7,081 


Washington 


6.182 








917,223 


85,180 


1,003,503 



ELECTIONS 



266 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOMINATIONS WITHOUT OPPOSITION 

IN THE PRIMARY ELECTIONS, 1948 

(Democrats) 



Pursuant to the provisions of Section 102.34, Florida Statutes of 1941, the following 
named candidates for nomination of the Democratic Party weie nominated without op- 
position : 

For Presidential Elector, Group No. 1 — A. E. Adamson 

For Pi-esidential Elector, Group No. 4 — Owen L. (Buck) Abell 

For Representative in Congre.ss, First District — J. Hardin Peterson 

For Representative in Congress , Fourth District — George A. Smathers 

For Representative in Congress, Sixth District — Dwight L. Rogers 

For Secretary of State — R. A. Gray 

For Justice of the Supreme Court, Group No. 1 — Glenn Terrell 

For Justice of the Supreme Court, Gioup No. 2 — Alto Adams 

For Justice of the Supreme Court, Group No. 3 — H. L. (Tom) Sebring 

For Circuit Judge First Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — L. L. Fabisinski 

For Circuit Judge First Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — D. Stuart Gillis 

For Circuit Judge Second Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — W. May Walker 

For Circuit Judge Second Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — Hugh M. Tajdor 

For Circuit Judge Third Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — Hal W. Adams 

For Circuit Judge Third Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — R. H. Rowe 

For Circuit Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — Biyan Simpson 

For Circuit Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — Bayard B. Shields 

For Circuit Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 3 — A. D. McNeill 

For Circuit Judge Fourth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 4 — Claude Ogilvie 

For Circuit Judge Duval County Circuit — Miles W. Lewis 

For Circuit Judge Fifth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — Frederick R. Hocker 

For Circuit Judge Sixth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — John U. Bird 

For Circuit Judge Sixth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — T. Fiank Hobson 

For Circuit Judge Sixth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 3 — Victor O. Wehlo 

For Circuit Judge Seventh Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — Geo. Wm. Jackson 

For Circuit Judge Eighth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — A. Z. Adkins 

For Circuit Judge Eighth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — John A. H. Murphree 

For Circuit Judge Ninth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — Frank A. Smith 

For Circuit Judge Ninth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2— M. B Smith 

For Circuit Judge Ninth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 3 — A. O. Kanner 

For Circuit Judge Tenth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — D. O. Rogers 

For Circuit Judge Tenth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — Don Register 

For Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — George E. Holt 

For Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group No. 3 — Marshall C. Wiseheart 

For Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group No. 4 — Stanley Milledge 

For Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group No. 5 — Charles A. Carroll 

For Circuit Judge Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group No. 6 — N. Vernon Hawthorne 

For Circuit Judge Twelfth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — Lynn Gerald 

For Circuit Judge Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — L. L. Parks 

For Circuit Judge Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — Harry N. Sandler 

For Circuit Judge Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 1 — E. C. Welch 

For Circuit Judge Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Group No. l^C. E. Chillingworth 

For Circuit Judge Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 2 — Geo. W. Tedder 

For Circuit Judge Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Group No. 3 — Joseph S. White 

For State Attorney Second Judicial Cirruit — William D. Hopkins 

For State Attorney Third Judicial Circuit — A. K. Black 

For State Attorney Fourth Judicial Circuit — William A. Hallow^es, IIL 

For State Attorney Fifth Judicial Circuit — J. W. Hunter 

For State Attorney Sixth Judicial Circuit— Chester B. McMullen 

For State Attorney Seventh Judicial Circuit — Murray Sams 



OF THE STATP: OF FLORIDA 267 

For State Attorney Eighth Judicial Circuit — T. E. Duncan 

For State Attorney Ninth Judicial Circuit — Murray W. Overstreet 

For State Attorney Twelfth Judicial Circuit— W. M. (Mack) Smiley 

For State Attorney Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — Phil O'Connell 

For State Senator First Senatorial District — Newman C. Brackin 

For State Senator Twenty-ninth Senatorial District — J. Slater Smith, Jr. 

For State Senator Thirty-third Senatorial District — N. Ray Carroll 

For State Senator Thirty-seventh Senatorial District — Lloyd F. Boyle 

For Judge Criminal Court of Record, Dade County — Ben C. Willard 

For Judge Criminal Court of Record, Duval County — Edwin L. Jones 

For Solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Hillsborough County— V. R. Fisher 

For Judge Criminal Court of Record, Monroe County — Thomas S. Caro 

For Solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Monroe County — Allan B. Cleare, Jr. 

For Judge Criminal Court of Record, Orange County — W. M. Murphy 

For Solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Orange County — O. Raymond Ellars 

For Judge Criminal Court of Record, Palm Beach County — Edward G. Newell 

For Solicitor Criminal Court of Record, Polk County — Gunter Stephenson 

For Judge Court of Record, Pasco County — W. Kenneth Barnes 

For Solicitor Court of Record, Pasco County- — T. H. Getzen 



NOMINATIONS WITHOUT OPPOSITION 

(Republican) 



For Presidential Elector, Group No. 1 — Joseph P. Moe 

For Presidential P^lector, Group No. 2 — Roger V. Flory 

For Presidential Elector, Group No. 3 — W. B. Parks 

For Presidential Elector, Group No. 4 — George F. Guthrie 

For Presidential Elector, Group No. 5 — Randolph Bell 

For Presidential Elector, Group No. 6 — Helen B. Lieb 

For Presidential Elector, Group No. 7 — Marie Gramm 

For Presidential Elector, Group No. 8 — Lester Dicus 

For Representative in Congress, 2nd Congressional District — Camille Geneau 

For Representative in Congress, 4th Congressional District — L. L. Wambaugh 

For Representative in Congress, 6th Congressional District — Rolf Kaltenborn 

For Circuit Judge 6th Circuit, Group 2 — Clair A. Davis 

For State Senator, Third Senatorial District — Ernest D. Bro.xzon 

For State Senator, Eleventh Senatorial District — J. Frank Houghton 

For State Senator, Twenty-first Senatorial District — Wm. L. Schildmiller 

For State Senator Twenty-third Senatorial District — Fred Von Terglau 

For National Republican Committeeman — C. C. Spades 

For National Republican Committeewoman — Ethel R. Parks 

For Delegate National Republican Convention, 3rd Congressional District (Man) — 

R. E. Kestner 
For Delegate National Republican Convention, 3rd Congressional District (Woman)- 

Mrs. E. B. Goode 
For Delegate National Republican Convention, 6th Congressional District (Woman) - 

Olive Alexander 



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372 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



SCATTERING VOTES 



In addition to the votes tabulated 
on the reverse page the following re- 
ceived the number of votes opposite 
their names for the office indicated; 

Presidential Electors: Claude 
Watson (10); Eisenhower (1); Fuller 
Warren (1); Norman Thomas (16); 
Tucker P. Smith (2); Leigh D. Co- 
hen (3); Clinton Howard (3); Fred 
Smith (3); Mary B. Erwin (3); Morg 
Mums (3); J. Frank Grimes (3); Fred 
Squires (3); Grace Howard (3); Da'e 
H. Learn (9); G. Rumb'e Hazen (2); 
Ted Lindorf (2); John Mooney (2); 
H, H. (Rufus) Parrish (2); P. L. . 
Pierce (2); H. N. Roth (2); Chas. 
Mundee (1); Edward A. Trichert (1); 
Stephen E. Emory (1); Buster Ken- 
ton (2); Lloyd Fleming (2); Ernest 
Murphy (2); Slick Tyner (2); B. G. 
Grissom (2); Billy Perry (2); Jack 
Williams (2); Dutch Lorenz (2); 
"Shang" Bronson (2); Earl Murphy 
(2); Tom Watson (3); Lindberg (1); 
J. Edgar Hoover (1); Alban D. Bark- 
ley (1); Watson (2); Clyde A. Wat- 
son (5); A. B. Harbison (1); E. W. 
Hutchings (1); J. J. Owens (1); Louis 
Hinchliff (1); W. S. Cross (1); Jack 
Davis (1); Dr. G. H. Warren (1); 
Norman Nabinger (1); Horace Lou- 
que (1) — (120). 

For Representative in Congress 
—First District: Peck Walters (1); 

C. V. McClurg (2); T. H. Hutchinson 
(2); Dan Bishop (1); Tom Watson 
(1); M. P. Wiaiams (1) — (8). 

For Representative in Congress 
—Second District: Ted Bayley (4): 
Emory Price (3); W. T. Pace (1) — 
(8). 

For Representative in Congress 
—Third District: Claude Pepper 



(2); John AV. Cole (0); Ike Whiting 
(2); Henry Koontz (2); Ed Lewis (1); 
Nomne Campbell (1); Grover Rob- 
inson (1) — (15). 

For Representative in Congress 
—Sixth District: Claude Pepper 

Governor: Dan McCarty (17); 
Colin English (3); Oscar Leverette 
(1); E. A. Stebbins (1); Tom Wat- 
son (2); Richard Danner (1); Gus J. 
Dekle (1) — (26). 

Secretary of State: E. B. Ham- 
mond (1); James Rolge (1); James 
O'Hara (1); L. A. Heitz (1); J. Tom 
Watson (1); Elmer Nix (1) — (6). 

Attorney General: Tom W. Wat- 
son (2); J. Tom Watson (12); D. R. 
Igou (1); Percy Jones (1); Tom Wat- 
son, Jr. (1); Chas. Tuttle (1); Rex 
Farrior (1); Grady Burton (1); Byron 
Butler (1) — (21). 

Comptroller: P^d. Fraser (7); Ed. 
Frazier (1); Edwin G. Frazier (10); 
Bob Atkisson (1); Edwin Frasei (8); 
C. J. Chryst (1); Rufus Hughes (1); 
Colin English (1); Harry Lee (1); 
John Davis (1); P^ugene Croase (1); 
A. M. Lee (1); J. W. Weidler (1) — 
(35). 

Treasurer: Allen Taylor (l);Tom 
Elmore (1); Edwin Fraser (1); Edwin 
G. Fraser (1); J. H. Scales, Jr. (1) — 
(5). 

State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction: Cohn EngUsh (9) ; W. J. 
Wooten (1); Tom True (1); G. Nor- 
man Rose (1); Harold Campbell (1); 
W. M. ("BiU") Thomas (1); Robert 
DoUey (1); D. S. Register (1) — (16). 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



373 



Commissioner of Agriculture: 

Frank S. Stevens (1); E. L. McLeod 
(1); Geo. Smith (1); Elmer Geese (1) 
Tom Watson (1); W. A. Lyle (3) 
Lex Green (1); Ammon McLellan (5) 
Edith Trask (1); T. J. Faulkner, Sr. 
(1) - (16). 

Justice of the Supreme Court: 

J. Tom Watson (3) ; Tom Watson (8) 
Miles Lewis (1); W. M. Keene (1) 
F. N. Jackson (1); Nicker Lamar (1) 
J. T. Watson (1); Dean Hart (1) 
Cyril Pogue (1); T. J. Swanson (1) 
Decian O'Grady (1); Ben Lindsey 
(1); L. W. Blanton (1) — (22). 

Railroad Commissioner: Lex 

Green (6); L. Amergey (1); Tom 
Watson (1); Rex Green (1); Tom 
Brown (1); John Coley (1); J. H. 
Kansinger (1) — (11). 

Circuit Judge: Louis Eraser (1); 
J. M. Hoyle (1); Lee Poster (1); J. T. 
Rose, Jr. (1); Dixie Beggs (1); L. M. 
Blackwell (1) A. H. Culbreth (12); 
Edd Smith (1); Harry P. Johnson 
(4); Roy P. Hamlin (2); Lacy G. 
Thomas (1); Norwood R. Strayhorn 
(1); E. M. Magaha (1); Fred Mellor 
(2); Dixie Beggs (1); Sam Murrow 
(2); Brantley Burcham (1); Malcolm 
Sterrett (1); Arnold Underwood (1); 



F. J. Sharp (1); Hammond (1); Mat 
Long (1); O. S. Thacker (1); EUis F. 
Davis (1); Ralph Richards (1); Gus 
Wilder (1); William Goza (1); Thom- 
as J. Collins (2); L. A. Reese (1); R. I. 
Carey (1); Edgar Dunn (1); H. E. 
Merryday (1); Winnard Chadwick 
(1); Tom Ellzey (1); Lee Bunch (1); 
J. E. Peacock (3); Dan Partin (1) 
- (57). 

State Attorney: Nick Williams 
(2); Hobard Villar (6); Pat Eman- 
uel (1); Henry Pringie (1); Carl Dun- 
can (1); T. H. Cooley (1); Walter 
Warren (1); Shep Bass (1); Alonzo 
Hendry (1); Joe Hill Williams (1); 
Abe Lincoln (1); Louis Klarer (1); 
Roger Barker (1); Edward J. Goethe 
(1); Ellis Davis (1); Glenn Ray (1); 
C. W. Johnson (1); Hayes Wilson (1); 
Tom B. Walker (2); Marion Buxton 
(1); Booker T. Young (12); Grover 
Smith (1) — (40). 

State Senator Fred Andi-ews (22) ; 
Leo Hall (1); Jeff Flake (2); Walton 
Hunter (1); Dick Carter (1); Tyn 
Cobb (5); Barney Cohen (8); Ed. 
Cook (1); Earl Lupfer (1); Lawrence 
Silas (1); H. L. (Pete) Hunt (3); 
Walter B. Eraser (81) — (127). 



374 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTES CAST IN THE GENERAL 
ELECTION— NOV. 2, 1948 

CIRCUIT JUDGES 

1st Judicial Circuit 





COUNTIES 


GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 




L. L. Fabisinski 


0. Stuart Gillis 




8,476 

1 

975 

1,545 


7,356 




1 


Santa Rosa 


869 


Walton 


1,776 




Totals 






10,997 


10,002 









2nd Judicial Circuit 





COUNTIES 


GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 




W. May Walker 


Hugh M. Taylor 




467 
1,023 

392 
4,438 

632 
1,197 


377 




1,059 




357 




4,084 




640 


Wakulla 


848 




Totals 






8,149 


7,365 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



375 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
3rd Judicial Circuit 





COUNTfES 


GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 




Hal W. Adams 


R. H. Rowe 




1,373 
770 
713 
677 
1,003 
2,319 
885 


1 290 


Dixie 


700 




647 




573 




1 066 




1 970 


Taylor 


819 




Totals 






7,740 


7,065 









4th Judicial Circuit 





GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


GROUP 3 


GROUP 4 


COUNTIES 


Bryan Simpson 


Bayard B. Shields 


A. D. McNeil 


Claude Ogilvie 


Duval 

Clay 


23,779 
1,246 
1,108 


22,238 
1,211 
1,146 


21,393 
1,243 
1,118 


21,508 
1,183 




1,159 






Totals.... 


26,133 


24,595 


23,754 


23,850 



Duval County Circuit 



COUNTIES 



Duval. 



Totals . 



Miles W. Lewis 



21,693 
21,693 



376 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
5th Judicial Circuit 





COUNTIES 


GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 




Frederick R. Hocker 


Truman G. Futch 




849 

897 

4,127 

4,075 

1,040 


708 




801 




4 559 




i 904 




1 161 




Totals 






10,988 


12,133 









6th Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 


GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 
Democrat 


GROUP 2 
Republican 


GROUP 3 


John U. Bird 


John Dickinson 


Clair A. Davis 


Victor A. Wehle 




2,234 
24,608 


2,392 
21,341 


1,085 
16,557 


1 871 


Knellas 


23,896 


Totals 


26,842 


23,733 


17,642 


25 767 







7th Judicial Circuit 





COUNTIES 


GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 




Geo. Wm. Jackson 


Herbert B. 
Frederick 


Flagler 


439 
2,167 
3,095 
5,118 


402 




2 043 




2 496 


Volusia 


6 873 




Totals 






10,819 


11 814 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



377 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
8th Judicial Circuit 









GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


COUNTIES 




A. Z. Adklns 


John A. H. 
Murphree 




4,481 
410 
974 
601 
936 
426 


4,619 


Baker 


310 


Bradford 


804 


GUchrist 


566 


Levy 


849 


Union 


388 








Totals 


7,828 


7,536 






9th Judicial Circuit 






GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


GROUP 3 


COUNTIES 


Frank A. Smith 


M. B. Smith 


A. 0. Kanner 




2,286 
1,166 
840 
318 
14,587 
1,531 
2.575 
2,265 


2,632 
1,142 
834 
302 
12,933 
1,353 
2,568 
2,389 


2,164 




1,286 




1,128 


Okeechobee 


348 




12,076 


Osceola 


1,330 




2,873 


Seminole 


2,087 








Totals 


25,568 


24,153 


23,292 






10th Judicial Circuit 






GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


COUNTIES 


D. 0. Rogers 


Don Register 


Hardee 


1,485 
1,615 
9,497 


1,443 


Highlands ... 


1,547 


Polk . 


9.434 








Totals 


12,597 


12,424 







378 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
11th Judicial Circuit 





GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


GROUP 3 


GROUP 4 


GROUP 5 


GROUP 6 


GROUP 7 


Counties 


Wm. A. 
Herin 


George E. 
Holt 


Marshall C. 
Wlseheart 


Stanley 
Milledge 


Chas. A. 
Carroll 


N. Verron 
Hawthorne 


Aquilino 
Lopez, Jr. 


Dade... 
Monroe. 


26,406 
2,344 


22,743 
2,254 


22,554 
2,244 


23,890 
2,295 


19,843 
2,230 


21,680 
2,254 


19,387 
2,623 


Totals. . 


28,750 


24,997 


24,798 


26,185 


22,073 


23,934 


22,010 



12th Judicial Circuit 





COUNTIES 


GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 




Lynn Gerald 


W. T. Harrison 


Charlotte 


477 

450 

821 

243 

528 

3,133 

2,497 

3,800 


483 


Collier 


451 


De Soto 


1,014 


Glades 


246 




551 


Lee 


2,978 




3,119 


Sarasota 


4,172 




Totals 






11,949 


13,014 









13th Judicial Circuit 





GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


COUNTIES 


L. L. Parks 


Harry N. Sandler 




17,582 17,639 






Totals 


17,582 1 17,639 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



379 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 
14th Judicial Circuit 





• 
COUNTIES 


GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 




E. 0. Welch 


E. Clay Lewis, Jr. 


Bay 


2,292 

398 

726 

1,106 

1,401 

867 


3,059 


Calhoun 


460 


Gulf 


884 


Holmes 


1,128 




1,460 


Washington. 


975 




Totals 






6,790 


7,966 









15th Judicial Circuit 





GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


GROUP 3 


COUNTIES 


C. E. Chillingworth 


Geo. W. Tedder 


Joseph S. White 


Broward 


10,089 
8,375 


11,164 
6,934 


9,782 


Palm Beach 


7,434 






Totals 


18,464 


18,098 


17,216 







380 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



STATE ATTORNEYS 
1st Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 



Escambia 

Okaloosa 

Santa Rosa 

Walton 

Total 



J. Edwin Holsberry 



S.olO 
1,714 
1,168 
1,759 



13.151 



2nd Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 


William 0. Hopkins 


Franklin 


385 




923 




339 


Leon 


4 324 


Liberty 


642 




Total 






6,613 









3rd Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 


A. K. Black 




1,408 




759 




700 




608 




985 




1,978 


Taylor 


809 




Total 






7.247 









4th Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 


Wm.A.Hallowes,lll 


Clay 


1,345 


Duval 


23,135 


Nassau . . 


1,215 




Total 






25,695 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



381 



STATE ATTORNEYS 
5th Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 


J. W. Hunter 




750 




846 


Lake 


4,666 




3,770 




1,087 




Total 








11,119 










6th Judicial Circuit 


COUNTIES 


Chester B. 
McMullen 




2,147 




23,970 




Total 








26,117 










7th Judicial Circuit 


COUNTIES 


Murray Sams 


Flagler 


409 




1,941 




2,399 


Volusia . , . 


6,625 




Total 








11,374 










8th Judicial Circuit 


COUNTIES 


T. E. DunMn 


Alachua 


4,685 


Baker . . 


406 


Bradford 


867 




636 


Lew , 


925 




461 




Total 








7,980 











382 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 





STATE ATTORNEYS 
9th Judicial Circuit 




COUNTIES 


Murray W. 
Overstreet 


Brevard 


2,404 


IndiaD River 


1 193 


Martin 


817 


Okeechobee 


360 


Orange 


13,506 


Osceola 


1,702 


St. Lucie 


2,672 


Seminole 


2,317 










Total 


24,971 







10th Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 



Hardee 

Highlands 

Polk 

Total 



Walter W. 
Woolfolk 



1,521 
1,664 
10,062 



13,247 



11th Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 


Glenn C. Mincer 


Dade .. 


42,138 


Monroe . . . 


2,394 






Total 


44,532 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



383 



STATE ATTORNEYS 
12th Judicial Circuit 



COUNTIES 


W. M. (Mack) 
Smiley 


Charlotte 


554 


Collier 


476 


De Soto ■. 


915 


Glades 


271 


Hendry 


543 


Lee 


2,826 


Manatee 


2,885 


Sarasota 


4,082 




Total 








12.552 










13th Judicial Circuit 


COUNTIES 


J. Rex Farrlor 


HillsborouRh 






17,485 




Total 








17,485 










14th Judicial Circuit 




Mercer P. Spear 


Bay 


2,889 




393 


Gulf 


807 




1,072 




1,404 








869 




Total 








7,434 










15th Judicial Circiit 


COUNTIES 


Phil O'Connell 


Broward 


10,172 


Palm Beach 






8,602 




Total 








18,774 



384 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



STATE SENATORS 
1st Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


Newman C. 
Bracken 


Okaloosa 


1 751 


Santa Rosa 


963 




Total 






2,714 









3rd Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


Johnnie Wright 
(Democrat) 


Ernest D. Broxson 
(Republican) 




2,348 
2,985 


375 


Walton 


330 




Total 






5,333 


705 









5th Senatorial District 

COUNTIES 

Franklin 

Liberty 

Wakulla 

Total 



Luther C. Tucker 



497 

Ufi8 

1.035 



2,200 



7th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


Harry E. King 


Polk 


9,914 






Total 


9,914 











OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

STATE SENATORS 
9th Senatorial District 


385 




COqNTIES 




Joseph E.Johnstone 


Citrus. . . 






851 




1,170 




Total . . . 








2,021 











11th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


Henry S. Baynard 
(Democrat) 


J. Frank Houghton 
(Republican) 


Pinellas . . 




20,S62 


18,016 




Totals . 






20,862 


18,016 









13th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


R.B.(Bunn)Gautler 
(Democrat) 


Ernest C. Greene 
(Republican) 


Dade 


51,299 


15 357 






Totals 


51,209 


15,357 







15th Senatorial District 






COUNTIES 




Charley E. Johns 


Bradford 


1 101 


Union . . 


465 




Total 








1 626 











386 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



STATE SENATORS 
17th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


G. Warren (Bobby 
Sanchez 


Hamilton 


719 


liafayette 


653 


Suwannee 


2,472 




Total 






3 844 









19th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 



Orange. 



Total. 



J. B. Rodgers, Jr. 



14,007 



14,007 



21st Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


J. Min Ayers 
(Democrat) 


Wm. L. Schlldmiller 
(Republican) 




1,100 

900 

1,559 


33 


Gilchrist 


2G 




110 




Totals 






3,559 


169 









23rd Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


J. Edwin Baker 
(Democrai) 


Fred Von Terglau 
(Republican) 


Lake . . 


4,812 


1,153 




Totals 






4,812 


1,153 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



387 



STATE SENATORS 
25th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


Olin G. Shivers 


Bay 


2,491 




375 


Gulf 


764 




1,021 






Total 


4,651 







27th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


James W. Moore 


De Soto. . . 




879 


Glades 


276 


Hardee 


1,504 




1,641 




Total 






4,300 









29th Senatorial District 





COUNTIES 




J. Slater Smith 


Baker 






393 


Clay 


1,432 




Total 




1 825 










31st Senatorial District 




COUNTIES 




Verle A. Pope 


St. Johns 


3 Oil 


Flagler 


439 




Total 




3,450 











388 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



STATE SENATORS 
33rd Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


N. Ray Carroll 


Okeechobee 


337 


Osceola 


1.655 






Total 


1,992 







35th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 


John R. Beacham 


Palm Beach 


8,049 






ToUl 


8,049 







37th Senatorial District 



COUNTIES 



Lloyd F. Boyle 



Brevard.. 

Seminole. 



Total. 



2,381 
2,467 



4,S48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 389 

NOTARIES PUBLIC 
State at Large 

(With date of commission) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Aaron, Abner M.— 625 NE 124th St., N. Miami 7-31-47 

Abbondandolo, Renzo — 145 NE 2nd St., Miami 5-3-48 

Abbott, Kathryne B. — 2014 Dennis St., Jacksonville 10-16-47 

Abel Warren — 1067 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 9-4-48 

Abercrombie, Elizabeth — 711 Perry Ave., E.P.H., Pensacola 9-17-47 

Abdelnour, Hedury — 1005 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-20-48 

Abernathy, J. P. — 1505 Florida Ave., Tampa 8-20-47 

Able, Jewelle — Gull Point, Escambia County 7-9-48 

Aboulafia, J.— 3641 W. Flagler St., Miami 35 11-10-47 

Abraham, Harold D. — 415 SW 14th Ave., Miami 6-18-48 

Abraham, Seymour J. — 415 SW 14th Ave., Miami 1-11-47 

Abrams, Ida — P.O. Box 703, Gainesville 10-13-47 

Abrams, Milton — 4011 Chase Ave., Miami Beach 8-28-48 

Abreu, Reinaldo — 3107 Aileen St., Tampa 7 8-17-48 

Abstein, Eleanor— 129 NW 79th St., Miami 2-20-48 

Acker, Mary Lynn — 2025 N. 11th Ave., Pensacola 11-3-48 

Ackerman, Ester F. — 1021 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach 12-22-47 

Ackley, Grace Graham — 9016 Carlyle Ave., Surf side, Miami Beach 7-31-48 

Acton, R. M., Jr. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola 6-10-48 

Adamek, Jerry B. — 311 1st Ave. S, St. Petersburg 6-9-47 

Adams, Anna May— 4241 SW 15th St., Miami 7-17-48 

Adams, Bette — 344 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 5-7-47 

Adams, Betty — Box 3280, Miami 7-27-47 

Adams, Clifton R. — 1401 N. "O" St., Pensacola 1-12-48 

Adams, Dorothy — 2814 Angeles, Tampa 6 3-13-48 

Adams, Edwin L. — Box 711, Pensacola 2-4-48 

Adams, Ella A. — Box 454, Boynton Beach 4-30-48 

Adams, Elliott — 1325 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 5-10-48 

Adams, Ethel B. — Box 1568, Tampa 1-19-48 

Adams, Eula S. — 2705 N. Miami Ave., Miami 9-16-48 

Adams, Geo. P. — Greenacres City 10-28-48 

Adams, Harold R. — 27 S. Osceola Ave., Clearwater 1-19-48 

Adams, Helen— 2784 SW 29th Ave., Miami 12-2-48 

Adams, Jewell — 617 SE 12th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 11-24-47 

Adams, John H. — Delray Beach 3-24-48 

Adams, John R. — 324 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 9-20-47 

Adams, Juanita D. — 1141 W. Duval St., Jacksonville 7-6-48 

Adams, Katherlne B. — 7135 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 11-3-47 

Adams, Leonard C, Sr. — 1844 Thacker Ave., Jacksonville 7 10-18-47 

Adams, Mary M. — Box 711, Pensacola 12-10-47 

Adams, Olga R.— 145 NE 22nd St., Miami 37 7-31-47 

Adams, Roderick E. — 2008 Lake Ave., Sanf ord 10-25-48 

Adams, Velma — 1st Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-8-48 

Adams, Vera L.— 748 NW 44th St., Miami 1-24-48 

Adcock, B. P. — 246 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 4-19-48 

Adcock, Prank E. — 805 — 9th St. N., St. Petersburg 8-13-47 

Adcock, Robert P. — 2003 Conway Road, Orlando 5-2-47 

Adeeb, Fred — 716 Obispo, Coral Gables 10-30-47 



390 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Adelman, N. Georges M. — 309 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 4-22-48 

Adelman, Jerome R.— 937 SW 5th St., Miami 1-30-47 

Adelson, Sol — SieVz Franklin St., Tampa 2 1-17-48 

Adie, Marie M. — 7220 Clinton St., Jacksonville 9-16-48 

Adkins, Lilly Florence — 1237 Illinois Ave., Orlando 12-29-47 

Adkinson, J. H. — 32 E. Gregory St., Pensacola 10-12-48 

Adler, Jessica O. — 203 2nd Ave., Daytona Beach 2-25-47 

Admire, Mae — Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 4-27-48 

Aebersold, Dorothy M. — Box 798, Hallandale 5-5-48 

Aeby, W. L.— 1744 SW 19th St., Miami 4-23-48 

Af anador, Gregorio — 2016 10th Ave., Tampa 5 9-22-48 

Africa, Kay — 220 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 3-13-48 

Agee, Margie C. — 223 Hogan St., Jacksonville 5-29-48 

Ager. Drez— 390 NE 71st St., Miami 38 4-29-48 

Ager, George — 400 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach 5-9-47 

Aguilar, Pedro— 1212 Duval St., Key West 2-23-47 

Ahl, Glenn C. — 1520 Alton Road, Miami Beach 10-24-47 

Ahl, Martin V. — 4732 Coronado Way, Gulf port 1-7-48 

Ahrano, Dorothy H. — Box 1211, Tallahassee 1-15-47 

Ahrano, E. L. — 807 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 6-24-48 

Aide, George — 332 West Long St., Orlando 10-31-47 

Airth, Prank— Live Oak 7-16-47 

Akerley, Ruth E. — 331 Conniston Road, W. Palm Beach 6-30-47 

Akin, Frank D.— 331 SW 8th St., Miami 4-5-48 

Akin, George S.— 212 N. Highland Ave., Winter Garden 10-24-47 

Akin, Thomas E. — 5032 Freemont St., Jacksonville 1-21-48 

Albano, Jennie L. — 501 Twiggs St., Tampa 2 1-8-48 

Alber, Arthur M.— 916 25th Ave., Tampa 5 10-31-47 

Albers, Clara T.— Apt. No. 15-A, 220 Hyde Park Ave., Tampa 5-10-47 

Alberson, A.— S. 6th St., Chipley 10-1-47 

Albert, Ernest— 1405 NW 29th St., Miami 1-2-47 

Albritton, C. E.— 5205 9th St., Tampa 11-7-47 

Albritton, Dorothy M. — Box 1049, Jacksonville 12-1-47 

Albritton, George S.— 1419 Florida Ave., Tampa 1-29-48 

Albritton, J. Ed. — Arcadia 10-9-48 

Albritton, James O. — Route 1, Lake Wales 10-15-47 

Albro, O. E.— Box 2341, Jacksonville 11-26-48 

Albury, Bonnie Watkins— 1023 Grennel St., Key West 3-22-48 

Albury, Pat G.— 342 E. 9th St., Hialeah 11-29-48 

Alcorn, Alton R. — Park Hotel, Tampa 5-31-47 

Alderman, C. A. — 1712 Lilly Road, Jacksonville 2-3-48 

Aldous, Melba N. — 7001/2 Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 7-26-47 

Aldrich, Sarah — Flamingo Hotel, 1500 Bay Rd., Miami Beach 2-22-47 

Aldridge, Daisy- 1476 SW 3rd St., Miami 2-20-47 

Alexander, Carolyn H.— 6340 SW 8th St., Miami 34 6-14-47 

Alexander, Donna S. — Box 1352, Stuart 5-20-48 

Alexander, G. D. — Box 717, Ft. Pierce 7-14-47 

Alexander, Charles E.— 666 SW 27th Ave., Miami 8-5-48 

Alexander, Gary W. — 120 East Forsyth St., Jacksonville 8-6-47 

Alexander, Harry G. — Co. 2, Bay Pines 3-3-47 

Alexander, Leon W. — 804 Florida Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville 4-3-47 

Alexander, Raymond B.— 2372 N.W. 34th St., Miami 37 4-10-47 

Alexander, Thomas— P.O. Box 1531, Tampa 1 3-11-48 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 391 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Alexander, Zenda F. — Box 1685, Ft. Lauderdale 9-23-48 

Alfonso, Joaquin — 1024 N. Albany Ave., Tampa 5 5-31-48 

Alf ord. Flora — Bonif ay 4-23-48 

Alford, L. E.— Box 585, Tampa 6-11-47 

Alf ord, O. P.— Box 13, Bunnell 9-7-47 

Algee, L. C— Box 418, Orlando 9-24-48 

Allbertl, Samuel F. — Box 711, Pensacola 1-25-47 

Allard, Marie (Mrs.)— 5507 Taliaferro St., Tampa 4 10-16-48 

Allen, Abner A., Jr.— 1478 N.W. 39th St., Miami 11-26-48 

Allen, Edna S.— 1777 N.W. 55th Terrace, Miami 2-11-48 

Allen. Edward C. — Box 1306, Fort Myers 3-9-48 

Allen, Eloise Goza — 1360 Orange Ave., Belleair, Clearwater 8-2-47 

Allen, Ethel— 1136 W. Cypress St., Gainesville 12-20-48 

Allen, Eugene E.— 964 West Flagler St., Miami 12-19-47 

Allen, Frank 8. — Box 52, Gibsonton 12-6-48 

Allen, Henry D.— Live Oak 1-24-48 

Allen, H. E.— Rt. 1, Box 425-L, Jacksonville 7 7-7-48 

Allen, John B., Jr.— 1219 William St., Key West 8-24-48 

Allen, Jos. F.— 1112 N. Virginia Ave., Gainesville 7-12-47 

Allen, Lillian D. — 301 NE River Drive, Ft. Lauderdale 6-14-47 

Allen, Lillian H. — 1819 Watrous Ave., Tampa 4-10-48 

Allen, Lily an P.— 107 Market St., Jacksonville 4-26-48 

Allen, Lutie M.— 701 Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach 10-18-48 

Allen, Mable P.— 321 First St., West Palm Beach 12-11-47 

Allen, Margaret M.— 237 NE 32nd St., Miami 9-30-48 

Allen, Maude M. — Box 1167, Pensacola 1-11-48 

Allen, Myrtle — Box 319, Bartow 12-5-47 

Allen, Ralph— Highland Ave., Eau GaUie 11-30-48 

Allen. Rose — c/o Florida Grower Press, Inc., Tampa 10-11-48 

Allen, Sarah R.— 918 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 5-24-47 

Allen, Vera Patterson (Mrs.) — P.O. Box 3115, Miami 8-6-48 

Allison, C. S. — 2502 Main St., Jacksonville 8-11-47 

Allison, R. M.— 4301 NW 7th Ave., Miami 3-6-48 

Allred, Laura W.— 18 N. Brown St., Orlando 4-18-47 

Allshire, Richard More— 425 27th St.. West Palm Beach 4-29-47 

Allsopp, W. V. — 1160 Ingleside Ave., Jacksonville 5 8-12-47 

Allsworth, E. L.— 2029 SW Fifth St., Miami 10-4-47 

Alonso. Baldomero — 421 Calumet Building, Miami 8-4-47 

Alonso, Chas. P. — 916 20th Ave., Tampa 11-17-47 

Alpozzo, Linda H. — 7821 Dickens Ave., Miami Beach 7-18-47 

Alsina, Laota N. — Washington Square Bldg., Tallahassee 8-5-48 

Alsobrook, Marion H. — 908 Kolb St., Leesburg 3-5-48 

Alster, Emanuel — 1211 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach 11-12-48 

Altman, Albert J. — Box 2815, University Station, Gainesville 5-12-47 

Altman, J. B. — 6618 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 6-9-48 

Altman, M. V. — 731 Central Ave., Sarasota 5-16-48 

Altschul, Hilda— 3035 NW 12th Ave., Miami 12-26-47 

Altschul, Marlyn E. — Box 2468, Miami 5-5-47 

Alvarez, Angela G. — 704 E. Adalee St., Tampa 3 5-17-48 

Alvarez, Aurora M. — 1019 15th Ave., Tampa 5 8-28-47 

Alvarez, Helen— 2526 Chestnut St., Tampa 10-23-48 

Alvarez, Mariano M. — 1919 N. "A"' St., Tampa 6-7-47 

Alvaroe, Leona — 130 S. Palm Ave., Lake Worth 8-28-47 



392 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 



Name and Address 



Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Alworth, Martha L. — 850 May St., Jacksonville 3-24-47 

Aman, M. K. — 2101 Pla. Ave., Tampa 10-6-48 

Ames, H. S.— 33 E. Wright St., Pensacola 10-25-48 

Ames, Mervyn L. — 708 Congress Building, Miami 7-19-48 

Amis, Homer T. — 732 Hampton Road. West Palm Beach 2-13-47 

Anmann, Paul H. — 728 Evernia St., West Palm Beach 1-22-48 

Ammen, G. W., Jr. — 2925 SW 19th Terrace, Miami 3-11-47 

Ammerman, Jonathan E. — 1019 Langford Bldg., Miami 6-4-47 

Ancell. Evelyn V. — Box 163, Princeton 12-20-47 

Anders, H. G. — 935^2 McBerry St., Tampa 2 10-9-48 

Anderson, Vera — 104 Bryant Bldg., Lakeland 7-25-48 

Anderson, A. E. J. — Box 4002, Jacksonville 5-4-48 

Anderson, Agnes A. — Box 1054. Pensacola 3-18-47 

Anderson, Ardelle H.— 516-15th St.. North Dade City 9-24-48 

Anderson, B. Louise — 405 12th St. West, Bradenton 2-28-47 

Anderson, C. M. — Box 711, Pensacola 8-21-48 

Anderson, Doris L. — 2200 Riverside Ave., Apt. No. 20, Jacksonville 10-11-48 

Anderson, E. Van — Box 276, Inverness 12-29-48 

Anderson, Florence C. — Suite 909 Olympia Bldg., Miami 7-12-48 

Anderson, Prances R.— 1420 Tampa St.. Tampa 9-22-47 

Anderson, Gerald William — 2365 Pine Tree Drive, Apt. 15, Miami Beach 9-11-47 

Anderson, Harold P. — 405 East Ross St., Tampa 10-16-47 

Anderson, Harry W. — Quincy 10-4-48 

Anderson, J. V. — Pla. A. & M. College, Tallahassee 9-10-47 

Anderson, J. Coker — 202 Huntington Bldg., Miami 10-20-47 

Anderson, Heannette (Mrs.i — Box 396. Tampa 1 4-1-48 

Anderson, John L. — Bradley Junction 1-20-47 

Anderson, Louise M. — 717 Rockland Drive, West Palm Beach 5-10-47 

Anderson, M. B. — Crestview 2-19-47 

Anderson, M. L. — 375 9th St. So., St. Petersburg 5-6-18 

Anderson, M. V. — Box 774, Panama City 9-17-48 

Anderson, Marguerite (Mrs.)- — P.O. Box 116, Bronson 8-11-47 

Anderson, Marion B. — 833 N. Andrews, Ft. Lauderdale 6-7-47 

Anderson, Martha C— Box 792, Orlo Vista 9-22-47 

Anderson, Robert — Hollywood Beach Hotel, Hollywood 3-8-48 

Anderson, Sam P. — Box 185, Chattahooche 6-5-48 

Anderson, Syliva— 2242 Madison St., Hollywood 12-27-47 

Anderson, Theresa R. — 107 Market St., Jacksonville 10-4-48 

Anderson, W. T. — Box 909, Palm Beach 5-27-48 

Andrews, A. N.— 506 N. Pla. Ave., Lakeland 6-8-48 

Andrews, C. F. — Lacoochee 7-10-47 

Andrews, E. C. — Box 87, Pla. A. & M. College, Tallahassee 5-14-48 

Andrews, E. G.— 62 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-12-48 

Andrews, F. L. — 720 Liberty St., Jacksonville 6-11-48 

Andrews, Helen C— 619 Pla. Nat. Bk. Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-20-47 

Andrews, Jeanne E. — 900 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-19-47 

Andrews, Mary — Rt. 5, Box 8, Tallahassee 1-4-47 

Andrews, W. P.— Box 147, LaBelle 3-20-47 

Andriakos, Chris— 626 16th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 11-20-47 

Angel, Geneva B. — Great Southern Hotel, Hollywood 3-8-47 

Angel, R. T. — Court House, Gainesville 8-9-48 

Angelotti, Edward J.— 238 N.E. 58th Terrace, Miami 8-11-47 

Anklam, Harold W.— 614 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-16-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 393 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Ankney, M. I.— P.O. Box 664, Orlando 10-1-48 

Anno, Ruby F. — 2619 College St., Jacksonville 12-12-47 

Anstine, Elizabeth Mary — 618 Lincoln Road, Miami Beacli 5-7-48 

Anthony, Lucille E. — Box 2799, Miami 6-22-48 

Anthony, P. A., Jr. — 1350 Silver St., Jacksonville 3-6-47 

Antuono, Maxine W.— P.O. Box 2347, Tampa 7-2-47 

Apeland, Andrew H. — Box 2056, Hollywood 8-12-48 

Appleby, William H.— 1031 N.W. 40th St.. Miami 11-18-48 

Applegate, Fred W. — 100 NE 1st St., Pompano Beach 12-13-48 

Apfel. Frankie A. — 403 Chicago, Valparaiso 11-26-47 

Apple, Marvin D.— 1121 SW 8th St., Miami 6-2-47 

Appleby, E. A. — 3303 Luce St., Jacksonville 2-6-48 

Aquilina, Thomas M. — 344 35th St, S., St. Petersburg 2-13-48 

Arango, A. J. — 203 W. Osborne Ave.. Tampa 6-3-47 

Arbogast, C. B. — Box 605, Stuart 8-18-47 

Arbuckle, B. T.— 1525 14th St., Bradenton 2-17-47 

Archer, Neeva R. — 3231 SW 58th Court, Miami 12-4-48 

Archibald. Frankie — 1027 West Main St., Leesburg 4-30-47 

Archibald, W. M.— 409 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 2-12-47 

Ardisana, Manuel — 921 East Columbus Drive, Tampa 5 3-22-48 

Arduengo, Mercedes — 2610 North Howard Ave., Tampa 7 6-4-47 

Argo, Catherine C. — 325 Palmetto Drive, Miami Springs 9-25-48 

Arick, C. R. — 436 Howell Ave., Brooksville 2-22-48 

Armengol, Alfred— 1017 White St., Key West 7-13-48 

Armfield, Fern B. — Box 86, Riverside Station, Miami 7-21-48 

Armitage, Mildred M.— 1641>2 2nd St. S., St. Petersburg 5-21-48 

Armour, James M. — 2219 North 17th Ave.. Pensacola 12-3-47 

Armstrong, Angus H. — Madison, P.O. Box 155 9-14-47 

Armstrong, Byrdee — 114 Rutledge St., Madison 8-2-48 

Armstrong, Grace W. — 41 East 16th St., Jacksonville 4-29-47 

Armstrong, Lillian Belle — Rt. 1, Palmetto 10-31-47 

Armstrong, R. M. — Box 359, Jacksonville 1 12-21-47 

Armstrong, Ruth — P.O. Box 503, Sta. A., St. Petersburg 3-13-47 

Arnold, Frances S. — P.O. Box 3546, Orlando 6-8-47 

Arnold, J. M. — Box 4968, Jacksonville 1 4-23-48 

Arnold, Kitty — 409 W. College Ave., Tallahassee 11-5-48 

Arnold, Lillian— 14860 NE 6th Ave. N., Miami 11-25-47 

Arnold, Mary Ann — Belle Glade 1-2-47 

Arnold, W. W.— 907 Florida Bank Bldg.. Orlando 6-16-48 

Arnow, Hortense Clare — Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 2 11-13-47 

Arnow, J. L. — c/o Tax Collector's Office, Gainesville 1-9-47 

Anow, Ruth — c/o Sears, Roebuck & Co., Jacksonville 6-8-48 

Aronovitz, Jack — 1059 SW 27th Ave. Miami 4-11-47 

Arrants, Beatrice E. — 35 Grace Drive, West Palm Beach 4-11-47 

Arries, D. E. — 415 Tampa St., Tampa 2 3-27-47 

Arrington, R. H. — Box 1722, Orlando 9-29-47 

Arsenault, Maurice — 3421 NW 17th Ave., Miami 7-16-47 

Arthur, Jacquelyn — 200 Campina Court, Coral Gables 1-31-47 

Arute, Shirley Virginia— 847 NE 117th St., Miami 11-22-48 

Ashbury, J. S. — 222 29th St., Miami Beach 6-12-47 

Ascherl, Linda — 113 King St., St. Augustine 7-16-47 

Ash, Lewis L. — 1421 Collins Ave., No. 17, Miami Beach 39 10-28-48 

Ashcraft, E. H.— Box B. Titusville 12-11-47 



394 REPORT OF SECRETARY OP STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Ashkemazy S.- — 835 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 2-6-48 

Ashley, Catherine — Box 362, Belle Glade 6-14-47 

Ashmore, J. R. — P.O. Box 415, Eustis 6-29-47 

Ashmore, R. R., Jr. — 509 W. Brevard St., Tallahassee 7-30-47 

Askew, William F. — 3008 Lydia St., Jacksonville 3-28-47 

Asmuth, C. F. — 2032 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-29-48 

Atchison, Callie W.— 438 N. 7th St., Haines City 3-2-48 

Atchley, Fielding T.— 2046 Liberty St., Jacksonville 4-17-47 

Atha, Virginia L. — 8550 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 10-25-47 

Atkin, Reca W.— 35 NE 26th St., Miami 4-7-48 

Atkins, B. L. — P.O. Box 85, Miami Beach 4-17-47 

Atkins, L. R. — 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 12-17-48 

Atkins, Rose M. — 118 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 7-6-48 

Atkins, W. M.— 690 E. 23rd St., Hialeah 11-1-48 

Atkinson, Arthur A.^308 Postal Bldg., Miami 3-26-47 

Atkinson, Martha — 122 Alhambra Road, West Palm Beach 12-20-48 

Atkinson, R. O. — 4028 Ernest St., Jacksonville 5-18-48 

Attanasio, Jerome G. — 407 N. Palmer St., Plant City 12-23-48 

Atwood, Claire— 608 SW 10th Ave., Miami 36 3-19-48 

Atwood, Dee— 1306 N.W. 6th St., Miami 38 3-29-48 

Ault, Ernest D. — Box 114, Leesburg 6-14-47 

Ault, H. Francis — Box 382, Leesburg 11-4-48 

Aunapu, Hazel B. — 2600 South Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale 10-29-47 

Ausley, Loyce M. — Pla. Vet III, Apt. 246 T, Univ. Sta., Gainesville 9-29-48 

Austin, Bonnie B. — 621 Ave. Alcazar, Coral Gables 4-28-47 

Austrian, Doris C. — 2230 NW 81st Terrace, Miami 6-14-48 

Auvll, Arthur L. — Dade City 4-6-47 

Avant, C. A. — 227 Seybold Bldg., Miami 5-20-47 

Averitt, Don J. — 92 Moreno Court, Pensacola 12-16-48 

Averitt, Vivian L. — 1760 1st Ave. S., St. Petersburg 1-18-47 

Avery, W. H. — Arnot Bldg., Jacksonville Beach .' 3-10-48 

Avirett, Sara B. — c/o Field Director, ARC, U. S. Naval Hospital, Jacksonville.. 9-10-48 

Axtell, Josephine — 1135 SW 27th Ave., Miami 1-21-48 

Ayala, Gabe F. — Petteway Bldg., Tampa 2 10-18-47 

Ayers, Ed L. — Court House, Bradenton 10-18-48 

Ayers, Eloise — Box 92, Naples 1-24-47 

Ayers, Leora E. — 129 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables 34 3-8-48 

Aymard, L. L. — 510 Blount Bldg., Pensacola 4-13-47 

Baarslag, Mary G. — 480 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 11-12-48 

Baas, John H. — 606 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 2-23-48 

Bach. Katherine K. — Box 2799, Miami 11-7-47 

Backus, Hazel R.— 2510 SW 2nd St., Miami 35 11-12-48 

Bacon, Claire — 455 6th St. S., St. Petersburg 1-19-47 

Bacon, Marcia L.— 1786 NW 47th St., Miami 7-2-48 

Bacon, Orin S., Jr. — Box 373, Pahokee 2-19-48 

Bacon, Robert Harold— P.O. Box 677, Belle Glade 2-16-48 

Badger, H. W.— 7'/2 N. Main St., Ocala 7-15-48 

Baechle, Paul C. — Live Oak 6-8-47 

Baer, M. G. — Rt. 4, Box 3560, Tampa 7 2-3-47 

Bagdigian, J. Z. — 334 W. Church St., Orlando 4-10-47 

Baggerly, Gertrude— 1754 SW. 14th St., Miami 1-29-48 

Baggett, Dorothy S.— Box 401, Titusville 10-10-48 

Baggett, Robert C. — P. O. Box 711, Pensacola , 11-22-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 395 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Baggette, Blanche — 124 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 2 12-29-47 

Bagley, Ila Jo — 116 5th Ave., N.E., St. Petersburg 6-21-47 

Bahneman, Walter H. — 201 NE. St., Lake Worth 10-8-47 

Bailey, B. J. — Panama City Beach 5- 5-48 

Bailey, C. A.— P. O. Box 216, Belle Glade 7- 1-47 

Bailey, Faye E. 322 Lawton Ave., Jacksonville 8-12-48 

Bailey, J. A.— 63 NW 54th St., Miami 2-19-47 

Bailey, Janet — 1401 E. Gadsen St., Pensacola 1-29-47 

Bailey, Mildred— 1634 SW. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-2-48 

Bailey, O. J. — 15 W. Washington St., Orlando 11-22-48 

Bailey, Paul L. — 354 Carmen St., Jacksonville 1-14-48 

Bailey, Phyllis — 329 Hyde Park Ave., Tampa 9-24-48 

Bailey, Stanley M. — Bailey Rd., Rock Harbor 11-3-47 

Bailey, Wm. R.— Box 165, Winter Park 12-17-48 

Baird, Ethel — 720 S. Dixie, W. P. Beach 4-28-48 

Baird, R. L. — 1200 S. Maitland Ave., Winter Park 8-23-48 

Baird, Wlllidee C. — 1301 Congress Bldg., Miami 10-25-48 

Baker, Bonne — Palmetto 12-22-47 

Baker, Constance — P. O. Box 711, Pensacola 1-31-47 

Baker. E. A. — Marianna 4-16-48 

Baker, E. R. — P. O. Box 979, Winter Haven 8-19-48 

Baker, P. O. — 422 NE. 2nd Ave., Miami 5-4-48 

Baker, Gladys LeBaron — P. O. Box 2935, St. Petersburg 9-5-47 

Baker, Gordon, Jr.— 1688 SW. 22nd St., Miami 12-31-47 

Baker, Hazel C. — 417 Cadagua Ave., Coral Gables 12-11-48 

Baker, Helen M. (Mrs. l — Box 302, Ormond 9-18-43 

Baker, J. E., Jr. — 346 W. University Ave., Gainesville 4-21-47 

Baker, L. H. (Mrs. I — P. O. Box 1708, Pensacola 12-29-47 

Baker, Lucius W. — 1408 Laura St., Jacksonville 6 5-13-47 

Baker, Maye Boyd — 607 Kentucky Ave., St. Cloud 7-21-47 

Baker, Mildred T. — New Port Richey 2-26-48 

Baker, Nathaniel N. — P. O. Box 711, Pensacola 8-4-47 

Baker, O. E. — Grant Bldg., Tallahassee 12-17-47 

Baker, Rosemary Y. — 1340 NE 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-4-47 

Baker, S. E.— 769 NW. 18th St., Miami 4-18-47 

Baker, Samuel J. — Ruskin 10-3-47 

Baker, W. E.— 107 E. Union St., Gainesville 12-3-48 

Baker, Wilson L.— 2121 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 11-3-48 

Balboni, Lillian A. — 2511 Post St., Jacksonville 9-2-48 

Balbontin, Gloria A. — 811 S. Howard Ave., Tampa 6 6-3-48 

Baldwin, Adene M. — Lewis Bank Bldg., Tallahassee 1-9-48 

Baldwin, Doris P. — Lewis State Bank Bldg., Tallahassee 10-1-48 

Baldwin, Emily — 2033 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 6-18-48 

Baldwin, Louise N. — Box 226, Ocala 10-18-47 

Baldwin, Mary J. — Box 104, Gainesville 7-28-47 

Baldwin, Ruth G.— 1343 SW. 8th St., Miami 7-22-48 

Balfour, Grover S. — 6804 Main St., Jacksonville 11-13-47 

Ball, Hazel R. — Radio Station WMBR, Jacksonville 9-3-47 

Ball, Winifred E.— 1475 NW. 27th St., Miami 4-9-47 

Ballentine, Beverly L.— 319 Comeau Bldg., W. Palm Beach 7-29-47 

Balsam, Maurice R. — 326 NW. 12th Ave., Miami 6-2-47 

Baltzell, Jane Glinn— 430 NE. 31st St., Miami 10-1-48 

Bamberg. Chandler S. — Box 384. Jasper 10-5-48 



396 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bandler, M. S. — 2517 Andros Ave., Coconut Grove 11-29-48 

Bandy, Gladys — DuPont Bldg., Miami 32 6-21-48 

Bandy, W. J. (Mrs.) — 2120 8th Ave., Bradenton 6-21-47 

Bane, Hazel L. — Seabreeze Manor, Daytona Beach 5-8-47 

Banks, Alice M. — c/o Maas Brothers, Inc., Tampa 1 4-30-47 

Banks, Harry — P. O. Box 2589, Orlando 11-26-48 

Banyi, Irene E. — 1924 Harrison St., Hollywood 5-13-48 

Barber, C. — 1443 Main Street, Jacksonville 4-3-47 

Barber, Gordon W. — SW. 11th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale 12-28-48 

Barber, Stephen C. — 219 W. Washington, Orlando 7-7-47 

Barber, W. H.— Box 222, Dade City 1-7-47 

Barber, W. Lee — 606 Professional Bldg.. Miami 5-12-47 

Barch, Audrey C. — 3353 SW. 22nd Terrace, Miami 10-11-47 

Barclay, Maude B. — Route 2, Box 230-B, Jacksonville 4 6-7-48 

Barefoot, Sarah E. — P. O. Box 462, Starke 6-27-47 

Barfield, Eunice — c/o 1st National Bank, Ft. Myers 10-13-48 

Barfield, William D. — Fla. Theater Bldg., Jacksonville 6-2-47 

Bargtell, Ralph— 2486 SW. 16th St., Miami 35 1-28-48 

Barkdull, Tom— 4610 N. W. 17th Ave., Miami 9-20-47 

Barker, Berthalyn F. — 4548 Post St., Jacksonville 1-8-48 

Barker, Felbert F. — Box 256, Edge water 9-20-47 

Barker, Jean— 7945 NE. 2nd Ave., Miami 38 1-16-48 

Barker, Kathleen F. — 940 Main Street, Jacksonville 10-2-48 

Barker, M. O. — Box 138, Montverde 2-14-47 

Barker, Patricia — Drawer VV. Vero Beach 8--16-48 

Barker, Paul E. — 1623 Greenridge Rd., Jacksonville 7 1-30-47 

Barkley, A. W. — Stewart and Bryan St., Kissimmee 8-13-48 

Barkley, Kathryn — 11028 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 5-24-48 

Barkley, Thaddeus, Jr. — 105 Florida St., Plant City 12-26-48 

Barks, Margaret M. (Mrs.) — 201 N. P. St., Pensacola 9-13-48 

Barlow, M. Kathryn— P. O. Box 780, Leesburg 1-28-48 

Barlow, John A.— 2412 NW. 36th St., Miami 4-19-47 

Barnes, A. J. (Mrs.) — Box 1177, Ft. Lauderdale 9-23-48 

Barnes, Allie R. (Mrs. l— Box 223, Lake Wales 12-8-48 

Barnes, Edna M. — Boca Grande 12-8-48 

Barnes, Emma O. — Cherry Lake Farms, Madison 4-5-48 

Barnes, Helen S.— 1230 Lightsey Ave., Bartow 9-29-48 

Barnes, Jamie O. — 304 S. Westland Ave., Tampa 4-23-48 

Barnes, M. H. (Mrs. 1—4245 NW 22nd Court, Miami 38 11-14-47 

Barnes, Margaret — Box 527, Kissimmee 2-9-48 

Barnes, Margaret E. — P. O. Box 1165, Plant City 12-13-48 

Barnes, Margaret H. — 7024 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 8-8-48 

Barnes, Marie — 501 V2 Franklin St., Tampa 1-2-47 

Barnes, Marjorie — c/o Keen and O'Kelley, Tallahassee 8-4-47 

Barnes, Roy Otis — P. O. Box 194, St. Augustine 10-2-48 

Barnes, W. Kenneth — Dade City, Box 243 11-5-48 

Barnett, Robert — P. O. Box 2323, W. Palm Beach 3-4-48 

Barnette, Mary Frank— Box 293,Quincy 8-12-47 

Barney, John M. — 612 N. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 3-2-48 

Barnum, Celeste F. — Box 317, Coconut Grove Sta., Miami 5-30-47 

Barnwell II, H. W.— 1033 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 10-23-47 

Baron, Louis— 1367 SW 19th St., Miami 9-6-47 

Barr, Constance C. — P. O. Box 534, Stuart 12-23-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 397 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Barr, Vivien G. — 429 W. 69th St., Jacksonville .'5-9-47 

Barrett, Harold R.— VT-6 Corry Field, Pensacola 4-24-47 

Barrios, F. C. — 1245 16th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-20-48 

Barrios, Francis C, Jr. — 14th Floor, 1st National Bank Bldg., Miami 11-27-48 

Barrow, Margaret L. — 550 W. Madison St., Tallahassee 10-7-48 

Barrs, Abigail — 101 Court House, Jacksonville 12-17-48 

Barrs, Albert E. — 1506 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 2-21-48 

Barry, Chas. T. — 445 W. 66th St., Jacksonville 6 8-10-48 

Barry, Mildred — P. O. Box 612, Ft. Lauderdale 3-13-48 

Bartels, Grace R. — 140 4th Ave., N., St. Petersburg 5-9-47 

Bartels, Walter E. — Rt. 1, Box 625, Pompano 11-8-47 

Bartholf, Gladys S. — Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 3-6-48 

Bartholf, J. F. — Rt. 8, Box 493-B, Jacksonville 9-27-47 

Bartholf, J. L., Jr. — 602 Willowbranch Ave., Jacksonville 3-29-47 

Bartholomevi', Henry S. — 1611 14th St., W., Bradenton '. 3-1-48 

Bartlett, Loretto — 126 Avenue C, N.E., Winter Haven 1-15-47 

Bartlett, Ralph E., Jr. — Box 1631, Miami 32 7-6-48 

Bartlett, Richard Y.— 32 NW. 8th St., Miami 10-29-48 

Bartlett, William H.— 17 N. Main St., Ocala 6-26-48 

Barto, Elizabeth — 115 Carey Place, Lakeland 9-30-48 

Barton, C. T. — P. O. Box 2730, Jacksonville 11-6-47 

Barton, J. T.— Box 1111, Lake Worth 11-1-48 

Barton, Lansing W. — P. O. Box 1, Williston 1-8-47 

Barts, Ann L. — FSU Business Office, Tallahassee 7-27-48 

Bartsch, Ralph W.— 1546 West Flagler St., Miami 10-27-48 

Barwick, James L. — 60 NW. 6th St., Miami 5-12-48 

Basf ord, Wm. T. — 4619 Prunty Ave.. Jacksonville 9-13-47 

Bass, Margaret D. — Box 45. Marianna 9-29-48 

Bassett, C. L. — c,/o Tavares & Gulf R.R. Co., Tavares 6-16-47 

Bassett, Clinton — P. O. Box 568, Quincy 12-20-48 

Bassett, Flossie L. — Box 127, Floral City 2-3-48 

Bassford, Amy P. — 1806 Watrous Street, Tampa 3-27-47 

Bast, Samuel G. — 1401 N. Venetian Way, Miami 39 2-13-47 

Bastien, Margaret S. — 930 Vb Ortega Rd., West Palm Beach 12-4-48 

Baswell, Preston L. — 1402 Poppy St., Warrington 10-15-48 

Batchelor, Eloise O. — c/o County Supt. of Pub. Inst., Tallahassee 9-20-47 

Bateman, R. E. — P. O. Box 97, Pompano 5-30-47 

Bates, C. E. — 7200 40th St., Tampa 3-13-48 

Bates, E. E.— 6261 NW 7th Ave., Miami 10-4-48 

Bates, Eunice T. — 3122 NW. 22nd Ave., Miami 10-25-48 

Bates, G. W. — 427 Laura St., Clearwater 10-4-47 

Bates, Horace G. — Plavet Village 3, Gainesville 12-19-47 

Bates, J. P. — Rt. 1, Box 171, Sanf ord 9-5-47 

Bates, J. W.— 105y2 E. Main St., Lakeland 8-23-47 

Bates, Jean — Box 243 Buena Vista Station, Miami 10-14-47 

Bates, Lou Ina — Box 1482, St. Petersburg 3-10-47 

Bates, Paul A. — Casselberry 6-16-47 

Bates, Thelma M. — 3717 Roland Ave., Tampa 6 11-20-47 

Batey, Robert E. — 1501 W. Main St. S., Gainesville 9-24-47 

Bath, W. J.— 545 Water St., S. Tampa 2-27-47 

Battle, Romilda S. — c/o Robert Whitney Hotel, Bradenton 4-6-47 

Battle, Rosemary — 1702 NE First Ct., Miami 1-19-48 

Batts, J. B. — Box 262, Gainesville 11-21-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

3atz, Beatrice J. — Bank of New Smyrna Bldg., New Smyrna Beach 9-20-47 

Baucom, Margaret — 19 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-22-47 

Bauer, Harry — 228 Ridgewood Rr., Sebring 7-21-48 

Bauer, Mary Jane — 937 NE First Ave., Miami 36 9-7-48 

Bauer, Wm. J. — Box G, Delray Beach 2-18-47 

Baugh, Virginia — c/o Phillans & Smith Co., Ocala 8-9-48 

Baughman, E. C. — 66th Ave. and Haines Rd., St. Petersburg 11-21-43 

Baughn, Louise — P. O. Box 711, Pensacola 3-13-48 

Baukat, Henry W. — P. O. Box 623, Venice 6-21-47 

Baul, Louise McElroy — 1833 Louisiana St., Jacksonville 11-17-47 

Baum, Ida M. — 924 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood 6-25-47 

Baum, M. Earl — 15 Anthony Arcade Bldg., Coconut Grove Station, Miami 33.. 2-12-48 

Baumgardner, Mrs. W. H. — 808 Woodward Ave., Orlando 12-4-48 

Baxley, Evelyn — Chipley 7-19-48 

Baxley, Nollie— 1792 NW 15th St., Miami 35 5-26-48 

Baxter, James P. — 20520 Federal Hwy., Box 808, Ojus 8-9-48 

Baxter, Jane C. — Fla. Cypress Gardens, Winter Haven 4-2-48 

Baxter, Madeleine M. — 206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 3-18-48 

Baxter, Paul G. — 712 Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville 4-4-47 

Baya. George J. — 1328 DuPont Bldg., Miami 3-20-48 

Baya, Louis Z. — 735 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 4-4-48 

Bayle, Louise R.- — c/o Race & Race, Inc., Winter Haven 3-19-47 

Bayles, Cecil — 459 Bell Ave., Brooksville 11-23-47 

Bayless, George W. — 915 W. Princeton Ave., Orlando 11-19-47 

Bayley, Ted D. — 4826 Royal Ave., Jacksonville 8-2-47 

Baynard, Henry T. — 900 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-19-47 

Baynard, L. W. — 770 Fourth Ave., N. St. Petersburg 1-13-48 

Baynard, W. L.— 900 Central Ave.. St. Petersburg 1-28-48 

Baynard, W. T. — 900 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-14-47 

Baynard, William Thorn — 900 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-19-47 

Bayston, Edna C. — 440 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-2-47 

Bazemore, Walter O. — 501 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-3-47 

Bazzell, L. R. — P. O. Box 1652, Daytona Beach 10-12-47 

Beacham, O. A. — 900 W. Long St.. Orlando 11-2-48 

Beagle, Eleanor — 1652 Lenox Ave., Room 204, Miami Beach 8-1-47 

Beair, Roy Everett— 690 NW 36th St., Miami 3-19-47 

Beakes, O. C. — 904 Barnett National Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville 2-13-47 

Beall, Egbert— 810 Citizens Bldg., W. P. Beach 5-16-47 

Bean, Myra — Box 126, Orlo Vista 5-10-48 

Bean, O. M. — 1642 NW 21st Terrace, Miami 1-15-48 

Bean, Walter E.— 206 W. Piatt St., Tampa 8-6-47 

Bearden, Ralph H., Jr. — 1114 Congress Bldg., Miami 9-18-47 

Beardshall, Dorothy M. — Cromwell Hotel, Miami Beach 1-15-47 

Beardsley, J. H. — Rt. 3, Box 119, Orlando 4-12-47 

Beasley, Johnie R. — 636 Grace Ave., Panama City 7-11-48 

Beasley, Randell M. — 230 Lafayette St., Jacksonville 4-22-47 

Beatty, Richard H. — 704 SW Coconut Drive, Ft. Lauderdale 9-16-48 

Beauchamp, J. O. — Box 85, Chiefland 12-19-48 

Bechtel, Robert L. — 116 N. Narcissus Ave., W. P. Beach 5-27-48 

Bechtoldt, WiUiam A.— 1909 Scott St., Hollywood 9-27-47 

Beck, Herbert D. — Box 67, Belle Glade 7-17-47 

Beck, James N. — 1000 Division St., Palatka 8-7-48 

Beck, Larry C. — Box 85, Zellwood 3-20-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 399 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Beck, Lata C— 1700 - 13th St. S., St. Petersburg 10-9-48 

Beck, Winifred C— Box 85, Zellwood 1-31-48 

Becker, Catherine — c/o Baxter Goodlett, 214 Guaranty BIdg., W. P. Beach... 10-1-47 

Becker, David L. — 606 Professional Bldg., Miami 12-11-47 

Becker, Joe — 633 West Bay St., Jacksonville 5-22-47 

Becker, Margaret— 155 SE 12th St., Miami 11-17-48 

Beckner, Eugene B. — 318 E. 2nd St., Hialeah 3-27-47 

Bedal, E. D. — 608 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 8-22-47 

Bedenbaugh, W. B.— Sneeds 7-19-48 

Beebe, Sara R. — 101 Oakland Boulevard, Oakland Park 4-10-48 

Beecher, E. K. — 17 N. Ocean St., Jacksonville 9-13-48 

Beeghly, E. J. — 125 Michigan Ave., Daytona Beach 8-26-47 

Beehler, Janet W. — RR 2, Box 576, St. Petersburg 11-8-48 

Beemer, Elizabeth R. — 3012 Valencia Way, Fort Myers 12-17-47 

Beese, Robert W. — Box 269-Y, RR 2, Hollywood 2-12-48 

Behan, Olivia K.— 520 NE 16th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 10-6-47 

Beland, Marcel A. — Gulf City Motors, Pensacola 5-5-48 

Belcher, Birdie W.— 212 East Waters Ave., Tampa 5-30-48 

Belden, Aileen — Post Times, West Palm Beach 6-7-47 

Belden, Wanda — 370 Marlborough Rd., West Palm Beach 11-17-48 

Belderes, John Peter— 2810 Clark Street, Tampa 5 9-17-47 

Belding, Margaret W. — Box 1523, North Miami 3-15-48 

Belfor, Anne — 623 Seybold Building, Miami 4-24-47 

Belf ord, Michael — 3200 Park Street, Jacksonville 7-29-48 

Beliech, P. R. — 126 N. DeVilher St., Pensacola 9-27-47 

Belknap, Ruth Lea — 808 Langford Bldg., Miami 8-28-48 

Bell, A. H. — Box 84, Green Cove Springs 7-24-47 

Bell, Arthur M. — 701 Palmer Nat'l. Bank Bldg., Sarasota 7-10-48 

Bell, Cecilia M. — 812 River Heights Ave., Tampa 8-9-48 

Bell, Dorothy (Mrs.) — 919 E. Lime St., Lakeland 12-5-47 

Bell, Drew — Live Oak 3-4-48 

Bell, Eileen G. — 401 Pueblo Trail, Lakeland 11-19-47 

Bell, Eulabelle B.— 3087 SW 5th St., Miami 11-25-47 

Bell, Everett M. — 642 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 2-3-47 

Bell, Fred W. — 219 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota 8-15-47 

Bell, G. A. — 1423 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 6 7-22-48 

Bell, Veda Davis — 1924 NW Sixth Ave., Gainesville 10-14-48 

Bell, Grace M. — 950 N. Vermont Ave., Lakeland 12-9-47 

Bell, Harry— 2200 NW 7th St., Miami 5-26-47 

Bell, Hattie — Box 562, Tallahassee 1-30-47 

Bell, James H. — 2604 14th St., West, Bradenton 6-18-48' 

Bell, John W. — 214 Maxwell Arcade Bldg., Fort Lauderdale 10-15-47 

Bell, Lucille L. — 1657 W. 10th St., Jacksonville 8-13-4S 

Bell, Rachel S. — 40 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 8-4-48 

Bellamy, M. L. (Mrs.) — Box 12, Hollywood 4-13-48 

Beller, Lillian D. (Mrs.)— 1255 S.W. 16th St., Miami 11-1-48 

Bellew, Paul B. — Box 403, Lakeland 3-26-47 

Belser, James O. — 2525 Oak Street, Jacksonville 3-27-47 

Belton, E. Stanley— 312 S. W. 7th Ave., Fort Lauderdale 8-21-47 

Belton, Wilbert C— 308 North 10th St., Palatka 10-4-48 

Bence, M. M. — 4728 Ramona Blvd., Jacksonville 11-27-48 

Bender, Helen L. — 1954 Monroe St., Hollywood 7-29-47 

Bender, John R. — Plant City 9-5-48 

Benedict, Sanford — 809 N. W. 22nd Ave., Miami 10-24-47 



400 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Benham, Edna C. — 935 S. Howard Avenue, Tampa 7-30-48 

Benjamin, Amos — 505 Olympia Bldg., Miami 2-5-48 

Benjamin, Marianna E. — Postal Colony Co., Clermont 3-6-48 

Benjamin, Virginia R. — 1366 Devon Road, Winter Park 6-26-47 

Benn, Mary E. — 306 East North Street. Tampa 2-8-48 

Bennes, Alice L. — 320 Coral Way Coral Gables 7-30-47 

Bennett, C. S. — 1831 Minerva, Jacksonville 7 11-6-48 

Bennett, Charles E. — 2130 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 1-20-47 

Bennett, Charles R. — 178 Bay St., St. Augustine 6-25-47 

Bennett, Elzie B. — Ronalds Ranch, Box 481, Port Orange 6-28-47 

Bennett, F. D. — Baird Hardware Company, Gainesville 10-9-48 

Bennett, Prances — 625 Eleventh St. North, St. Petersburg 8-9-47 

Bennett, Franklin A. — 929 Bryan Street, Sarasota 11-3-47 

Bennett, Gordy M. (Mrs. i— Box 3226, Orlando 8-16-47 

Bennett, H. P.— 705 Fla. Power & Lgt. Bldg. St. Petersburg 6-26-47 

Bennett, Hazel M.— 830 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32 1-18-47 

Bennett, James P — 550 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 8-30-48 

Bennett, Julia B— 610 SW 24th Rd., Miami 3-29-47 

Bennett, Marguerite — Box 4461, Miami 27 3-2-47 

Bennett, R. L.— 135 W. Pine St., Orlando 5-31-48 

Bennett, Rosemarie — 1847 NW 55th Terrace, Miami 2-15-47 

Bennett, S. Z. — 235 Lincoln Rd., Miami Bea-:h 10-4-48 

Bensel. Ted F — Box 46, Loxahatchee 8-14-48 

Benson, David M — Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 3-18-48 

Benson, Helen M. — 453 49th St., St. Petersburg 8-4-48 

Benson, Robert T. — Naples 3-19-47 

Benson, T. R. Sr. — P.O. Box 218, Princeton 11-4-48 

Bfntley, Maxine Ayers — Suite 14, Cochran Bldg., Lakeland 5-15-48 

Benton, Aleen— Rt. 1, Box 217, Seffner 10-9-48 

Benton, H. J.— Box 715, Bay Harbor 10-6-48 

Benton, H. R. — 130 S. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach 2-3-47 

Benton, W. H.— 231 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 7-12-48 

Benz, Cedric C. — 1034 Legion Place, Orlando 6-26-47 

Benzing, Norman L. — 27 E. Central Ave., Orlando 11-24-48 

Berdeaux, Dorothy — 220 Civic Building, Miami 32 10-9-47 

Berg, Henry— 2115 SW 14th Terrace, Miami 35 1-31-47 

Berg, James W.— 1046 SW 8th St., Miami 36 5-12-47 

Bergen, Harry — 70 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-3-47 

Bergens, I. Robert — 2835 N. Miami Ave., Miami 9-20-47 

Beiger, Dorothy — Box 1156, Ft. Lauderdale 9-9-48 

Bergman, Lillian — Box 1702, Ft. Lauderdale 8-4-48 

Berick, Morris — 420 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 3-1-48 

Berk, Herman M. — 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 39 12-27-47 

Berlin. S. — 722 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 3-5-48 

Berman, Marian — 1414 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 11-8-48 

Berndt, Charlene B— 4410 SW 3rd St., Miami 3-29-48 

Berne, M. E.— 2300 NW 36th St., Miami 37 7-13-48 

Berney, Harold— 2210 NW 7th Ave., Miami 35 2-27-47 

Bernfeld, James — 1451 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 39 8-14-47 

Bernstein, Gertrude A — 702 Langford Building, Miami 9-15-47 

Bernstein, Irma— 1676 SW 14th St., Miami 1-8-47 

Berrj'. Agnes — Box 37, Apopka 4-10-47 

Berry, Dorothy — 320 W. Park Ave., Tallahassee 12-2-47 

Berry, Ernestine — 2830 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 7-21-47 

Berry, Eyela E. — San Carlos Hotel, Pensacola 4-1-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 401 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Berry. J. P.— 3501 SW 8th St., Miami 12-28-48 

Berry, H. B.— P.O. Box 515, Lakeland 5-21-47 

Berry, Jolin I. — 711 Blount Building, Pensacola 11-10-47 

Berry. L. M. — 4301 Greenwood Ave., W. Palm Beach 7-22-48 

Bertiaux, Fred C. — 327 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-10-47 

Bervaldi. Carl — 510 Francis St., Key West 11-9-48 

Bervaldi, Hollon R.— 1215 Washington St., Key West 2-22-47 

Best, Dorothy E. — Rt. 2, Box 1180, Tampa 5-7-48 

Best, Josephine G. — 1308 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach 3-1-47 

Bethea, C. E. — 900 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 3-8-47 

Bethencourt, A. V. — 1101 N. Miami Ave., Miami 11-4-48 

Betschick, Marion L. — P.O. Box 1062. Sarasota 5-26-47 

Bettes, James J.— P.O. Box 1271, Orlando 6-18-47 

Beusse, Thos. C. — 1101 1st Trust Bldg.. Miami 8-10-48 

Bevllle, Helen B. — 110 W. Comanche Ave., Tampa 12-18-48 

Bc-ville, Jeanette D. — Box 609. Gainesville 4-30-43 

Bevis, Gordon B, — 4212 Fla. Ave., Tampa 11-10-47 

Bevis, W. P. — C/ o Secretary of State, Tallahassee 4-23-48 

Beyer, E. Lydia — 221 Central Park Court, Sarasota 12-18-48 

Beyer, Kay M. — 2101 N. Miami Ave.. Miami 1-12-48 

Beyer, Stephen A.— 2260 NW 62nd St , Miami 1-22-47 

Bickel, M. P. — Box 4026, Pinewood Sta.. Miami 2-5-48 

Bidwell. Ethel N. — 2137 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 4-19-48 

Bieber. Bertha O. — P.O. Box 1723, W. P. Beach 10-6-47 

Bigelow. David — 1620 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach 39 5-5-47 

Bigelow, Ernest — 400 Rogers Bldg., Jacksonville 2 9-4-47 

Biggar, John W. — Room 1010 Wallace S. Bldg.. Tampa 10-8-47 

Bigger, Elizabeth M. — Court House, Jacksonville 2 5-17-47 

Biggers, Effie B. — 503 Guaranty Bldg, W. P. Beach 3-11-48 

Biggs. M. D.— 12829 Gulf Blvd.. St. Petersburg 8-15-47 

Bigica. Joe — 2010 Thrace St., Tampa 12-28-48 

Billingham, Ira E. — 1006 Langford Bldg.. Miami 32 2-10-48 

Billman, D. E. — P. O. Box 586, St. Petersburg 11-8-47 

Binder, A. Harold — 514 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 9-2-47 

Bing, B. J. — 1125 Greenridge Rd., Jacksonville 6-25-48 

Bingaman. Geraldine R. — P O. Box 1678, Jacksonville 7-30-48 

Bingham, Edith M. — Box 267. Pensacola 2-14-48 

Blnns, Pauline — 829 10th Ave.. N., St. Petersburg 2-10-47 

Birch, John H.— 2980 NW 79th St.. Miami 10-16-48 

Bird. Martha S.— Box 532, Umatilla 6-10-47 

Bird, Preston B. — S. Krome Ave., Homestead 2-11-47 

Bird, Ruth H. — First Nafl Bk., Delray Beach 11-12-47 

Bird. W. R.— Box 475, Homestead 4-6-48 

Birdsall, Guy A.— 1418 SW 3rd St., Miami 1-6-48 

Birdsall, John H — 239 S. County Rd., Palm Beach 10-12-48 

Bishop, Catherine C— P. O. Box 1047, Ft. Pierce 10-19-48 

Bishop, David P., Jr. — 1164 W. Flagler St., Miami 9-21-48 

Bishop, John T. — 609 W. Chelsea St., Tampa 3 7-29-48 

Bishop, John V. — 619 W. Peachtree St., Cocoa 9-27-48 

Bishop, Robert J. — P. O. Box 3791, Orlando 8-16-47 

Bishop, Stanley — 1911 12th St.. Bradenton 4-11-47 

Bispham, W. A — 401 12th St., W., Bradenton 7-28-47 

Bitonti. A. — P. O. 1226, Miami Springs 10-27-47 

Bittel, Perry — 311 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 11-22-47 

Bitz, William P.— P. O. Box 1899, Miami 12-18-48 



402 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bixby, Frederic K. — DeSoto Hotel Lobby. Tampa 1-5-48 

Bittenbender, Horace W. — Box 2911, St. Petersburg 3-3-47 

Black, Aline L. — 1236 Hubbard St., Jacksonville 12-18-47 

Black, Archibal M. — Box 1004, Dania 12-28-48 

Black, B. W. (Mrs.) — Col. Fla. Normal & Ind College, St. Augustine 4-12-48 

Black, Charlotte Kay — 1535 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 9-16-48 

Black, David L. — 312 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 12-29-47 

Black, Joseph C. — Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 4-8-48 

Black, Kathryn Elizabeth — Longwood 5-8-47 

Black, L. O.— P. O. Box 1 150, Lakeland 10-29-48 

Black. Mildred— 3240 N. W. 27th Ave., Miami 5-10-48 

Black, Rosetta V. — 1657 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 10-25-47 

Black, Soey H.— 2260 NW 36th St., Miami 11-8-48 

Blackaby, Raymond E. — Box 1466, St. Augustine 3-25-47 

Blackburn, Aline T.— 1803 34th St., Tampa 5 6-27-47 

Blackburn, Gladys — 428 Grace Ave., Panama City 6-4-47 

Blackledge, C. T., Jr. — c/o Blackledge Motors, Pensacola 12-28-48 

Blackmer, Mildred — Tavares 4-14-47 

Blackmore, Arthur W. — 515 Olympia Bldg., Miami 8-29-47 

Blackstone, D. Jacquiline — Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-28-47 

Blackstone, Myrtle — Palmer Nat'l Bk. & Trust Co., Sarasota 10-3-47 

Blackus. L. G— 166 NW 10th St., Miami 5-8-47 

Blackwell, Forrest T. — 1500 Jackson St., Hollywood 6-17-48 

Blain, Lester B. — Box 288, Plant City 12-14-48 

Blaine, W. E. — 1840 Perry Place, Jacksonville 12-1-48 

Blake, A. E. — 812 Maas Office, Bldg., Tampa 2 11-26-48 

Blake, Charles F. — 1st Nafl Bk. Bldg., Tampa 2-8-47 

Blake, Thomas J.— 50 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-26-47 

Blake. Wilma E.— 2504 Ridgewood Ave., Tampa 3 8-21-47 

Blakley, Florence C. — 1999 SW 23rd Ave., Miami 12-12-47 

Blakley, Lucille— 3724 San Pedro, Tampa 2-17-47 

Blakely, Buna — 1034 Hendricks Ave, Jacksonville 7 4-16-47 

Blakely, Wm. S. — 101 Court House, Jacksonville 1 3-16-48 

Blalock, J. Cliff ord— 400 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 2-2-47 

Blanc, R. G. — 451 Fourth St. North, St. Petersburg 1-9-48 

Blanchard, Kathryn H. — 1041 Pippin St., Jacksonville 2-4-48 

Blanchet, John L.— Copeland 8-16-47 

Bland. Merrie W. — 109> i E. College Ave., Tallahassee 10-23-48 

Blanford, Susan — P. O. Box 1567. Daytona Beach 10-22-47 

Blankenship, Dessie — P. O. Box 1695, Lakeland 2-7-47 

Blankenship, Maryevelyn — 515 SW 1st Ave , Ft. Lauderdale 3-6-48 

Blanton, Bonnie B. — 4452 Lexington Ave., Jacksonville 10-2-47 

Blanton, Jennie L. — 1341 NE 1st Ave., Miami 11-1-48 

Blanton, June— 409 SE 13th St., Ft. Lauderdale 3-25-48 

Blanton, Marie W.— Box 448, Sarasota 3-22-47 

B'jasberg, Irving — 1850 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 9-24-47 

Blasingame, Hugh— 428 W 69th St., Jacksonville 2-4-47 

Blauvelt. Lois M. — 114 First Ave.. N.. St. Petersburg 3-18-48 

Bledsoe, Dorothy — Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa 9-20-47 

Bledsoe, Evelyn — P. O. Box 1391, Orlando 5-2-47 

Blethen, Evelyn B.— 544 Seybold Bldg., Miami 5-29-47 

Blews, Harry C. — P O. Box 1275, Miami Springs 4-1-48 

Blitch, John A. — c/o R. E. Blitch & Sons, Inc., Quincy 2-23-48 

Blocker, John C. — Box 716, St. Petersburg 12-4-48 

Blocker, Isaiah — 1550 Jefferson St., Jacksonville 4-14-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Vears from Date Given 

Blood, M. R. — Box 4639, Jackosnville 1 12-2-48 

Bloodworth, A. — 225 S. Kentucky Ave.. Lakeland , 2-17-47 

Bloomberg, Robert L. — 536 W. Flagler St., Miami 36 3-18-48 

Blount, Alma L. — .Box 2721, Tampa 4-8-47 

Blount, L. M. — Box 96, Tampa 1 2-26-43 

Blowers, Norman C — 813 Olj'mpia Bldg., Miami 10-25-47 

Bluestein, Leo— 334 NE 32nd St., Miami 7-24-48 

Blum, H. I. — 950 Mandalay Rd., Clearwater 9-2-47 

Blumin, Faye — 840 43rd Court, Miami Beach 6-11-47 

Blunker, Estelle E. — City of Miami Beach Water Dept. Miami B 2-13-47 

Eoardman, Paul R. — 574 First Ave., N. St. Petersburg 12-27-48 

Bcbbitt. Margaret T.— 2202 Poinsettia Ave., Ft. Myers 6-26-48 

Bobier, Chester W.— 633 Harvard Ave., W., Orlando 6-12-48 

Bobroff, N. C — 500 Washington Ave., Miami B 9-12-47 

Boccanfuso, Frank — 2178 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 2-5-48 

Bodie, James E. — 330 N.E. 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-5-47 

Bcehl, J. C— P.O. Box 1128, Pensacola 8-27-48 

Bogart, Vida — 714 Pacific Bldg., Miami 5-25-48 

Bogdanova, Lillian — 940 8th St., Miami Beach 9-11-48 

Boggs. Lorene R. — 324 Hyde Park Ave., Tampa 8-6-47 

Boghich, P. A.— 622 13th St , Tampa 5-27-48 

Bogue, Gerald D.— Box 207, Palatka 12-13-47 

Bohannon, James O. — 821 S. Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona B 11-3-48 

Bohres, Gertrude — Miami 1-11-47 

Boise, J. L. — 415 Upland Road, W. Palm Beach 7-8-48 

Boivin, Dorothy C. — 145 6th Avenue, N.E., St. Petersburg 10-4-48 

Boland, Alice P. — c/o Coral Gables Title Co. C. Gables 1-23-48 

Boland, J. M. — 15 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 5-27-48 

Boley, Frances — 310 Lee Ave., N.E. Winter Haven 9-14-47 

Boley, Gladys L. — 416 Central Park Court, Sarasota 3-21-47 

Bolles. George C. Jr. — 44 N.E. First Ave., Miami 2-9-48 

Belles, William Jr. — 331 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-7-47 

Bolton, B. A. — Strout Realty, Box 1054, Lakeland 8-29-48 

Bolton, Bessie Mae — P. O. Box 394, Hallandale 5-16-47 

Bolton. Helen — 309 E. 5th St., Jacksonville 11-13-47 

Bomberger, Alice J. — P. O. Box 5692, Tampa 1-20-47 

Bond, Anita S. — 1252 Obispo Ave., Coral Gables 11-7-47 

Bond, John S. Jr. — 314 Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville 12-17-48 

Bond, Julia A. — 927 41st St., Miami Beach 40 11-24-47 

Bond. Janet H.— 17 40th St. So. St. Petersburg 1-18-47 

Bond. Julia D.— 650 N.E. 79th St., Miami 38 10-29-47 

Bond, Nin Jr. — 803-35th Ave. No. St. Petersburg 9-20-48 

Boney, H. W.— 1214 Hubbard St., Jacksonville 7-12-48 

Bonifay, E. G., Jr. — Box 711, Pensacola 10-19-48 

Bcnifay, Ralph L. — 1113 N. 9th Ave., Pensacola 5-1-48 

Bonnell, Floy— 418 Fifth St., W. P. Beach 6-16-48 

Bonner, Cecil S. — Bonifay 10-23-48 

Bonnet, Hannah Detwiler — P. O. Box 395, New Smyrna Beach 1-25-47 

Booker, Leona W. — 727 S. Parramore St., Orlando 2-19-47 

Boon, Mercedes — 1403 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 4-29-48 

Boone, Daniel C— 2120 SW 59th Ave., Coral Gables 3-13-48 

Boone, Jas R. — 1820 Kings Ave., Jacksonville 7 9-20-48 

Boote, W. S. — Nelson Ave., DeFuniak Springs 5-3-48 

Booth, James — Box 564, St. Petersburg 6-8-48 

Booream, Adele H.— P. O. Box 647, Bartow 3-8-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Booream. John W. — Box 647, Bartow 2-22-48 

Booth, Albert S.— Room 222, 107 NE 1st Ave., Miami 10-17-47 

Booth, Lucille — 636 Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables 4-9-48 

Booth, Oaks M. — 2312 Forbes St., Jacksonville 4 7-16-47 

Booth, T. G. — 920 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 12-6-48 

Boozer, W. H,— 805 Comeau Bldg., W. P. Beach 3-16-47 

Borcz, Cecilia— 401 NW 71st St., Miami 11-14-47 

Borders, Clariasa L. — 4646 N. W. 17th Ave., Miami 9-1-48 

Boring, Allan D. — 118 Hillcrest Ave., Lakeland 3-13-48 

Boring, J. R., Jr. — Box 1320, Tampa 9-25-47 

Boritz, Katherine — Box 245, Melbourne 3-31-47 

Bork, John D. — 137 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 8-13-47 

Born, C. E., Jr.— 117 SE 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-29-48 

Borras, I. — 1119 E. Gadsden St., Pensacola 4-24-48 

Borton, Frances H.— 547 NE 57th St., Miami 12-21-48 

Borum, H. A. — 115 S. 1st St., Jacksonville Beach 2-2-48 

Boss, Florence C. — 2030 Red Rd., Coral Gables 7-16-47 

Bosso, Adelaide S. — Fla. State Imp. Comm., Tallahassee 10-31-47 

Bostick, J. Harold — 305 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 2 12-31-47 

Bostick, Merle — c/o Ellis & Spencer, Hollywood 2-17-47 

Bostwick, N. L. C. — P. O. Box 164, Jacksonville 7-1-47 

Bostwick, Robert G. — Box 1297, Delray Beach 6-5-48 

Bostwick, Roselyn H. — 123 W. 6th St., Jacksonville 1-3-48 

Boswell, E. R. — 3714 Santiago, Tampa 4-14-47 

Bosworth, P. B. — 205 S. Miami Ave., Miami 3-25-48 

Botner, Reid C. — 555 N. Miami Ave., Miami 12-18-47 

Botsford, Z. H. (Mrs. i — Mease Hospital, Dunedin 8-14-47 

Botts, G. W.— Box 4099, Jacksonville 1 12-16-48 

Boucher, J. L.— 175 5th St., N., St. Petersburg 12-13-47 

Bouvier, John A., Jr. — 1011 Langford Bldg., Miami 8-30-47 

Bowden, Johnnie W. (Mrs.i — Eglin Field Exchange, Eglin Field 8-6-48 

Bowden, Marie B. — Box 3 Leesburg 4-14-48 

Bowden, R. O.— 101 1st Nat'l Bk. Bldg., Leesburg 10-11-47 

Bowdoin, Frances — llO'i N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 12-15-47 

Bowen, C. B. — Sheriff's Office, W. P. Beach 7-14-48 

Bowen, Cecil E.— 5809 SW 31st St., Coral Gables 34 10-20-48 

Bowen, Frederick M., Jr. — 505 Pacific Bldg., Miami 7-15-48 

Bowen, J. M. — 401 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 5-12-47 

Bowe, Louise — Box 142, Port Boca Grande 10-25-47 

Bowen, J. R. — 112 W. Indiana Ave., DeLand 7-9-47 

Bower, Marie H. — Midyette-Moore Bldg., Tallahassee 11-17-47 

Bowen, Newell— 2045 NW 36th St., Miami 2-28-47 

Bower, Orpha C. — 501 1st Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-6-48 

Bowers, Bertie — 25 S. Third St., Fernandina , 7-12-47 

Bowers, John P. — Box 611, Riviera Beach 6-7-47 

Bowlby, William L. — 9209 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 4 8-20-47 

Bowles, Ann — 904 E. Franklin St.. Ocala 8-15-47 

Bowles, Juanita R. — Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 9-18-48 

Bowles, Marion B. — 1124 Barnett Building, Jacksonville 5-6-47 

Bowman, Doris A. — 4746 Attleboro St., Jacksonville 9-30-48 

Bowman, Eleanor M. — Rt. 1, Box 551, Auburndale 10-28-47 

Bowman, O. O. — 2116 Dekle Ave., Tampa 6-19-47 

Bcwman, W. P. — Box 2323, Orlando 11-15-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Boyce, Helen — Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 3-13-48 

Boyd. Augusta S. — Box 957, Tallahassee 2-4-48 

Boyd, C. M.— Room 225, 222 E. 1st St.. Sanf ord 10-25-48 

Boyd, D. W. — 2106 Fla. Ave., Tampa 3 4-4-47 

Boyd, Dorothy B. — 223 SE 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-21-47 

Boyd, Edith C. — 1601 Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville 4 2-22-47 

Boyd, Grace P. (Mrs. i —Box 2349. Tampa 4-17-48 

Boyd, James R., Jr. — Suite 727, Lynch Bldg.. Jacksonville 6-8-47 

Boyd, Janet C. — 2840 Vinewood Drive, Sanf ord 3-6-47 

Boyd, Jeanette C. — 23 Saragossa St., St. Augustine 1-16-47 

Boyd, Lily Curry— 902 Huntington Bldg., Miami 32 7-22-47 

Boyd, Marjorie L. — 808 13th St. N., St. Petersburg 10-28-47 

Boyd, V. L.— 2106 Fla. Ave., Tampa 3 3-19-47 

Boyd, W. B.— 3406 Fla. Ave., Tampa 7-19-48 

Boyda, Adele Ann — 500 W. Buffalo Ave., Tampa 10-4-48 

Boyell. Harry — 1096 Venetine Way. Miami 5-4-48 

Boyer, C. A.— P. O. Box 2526, Orlando 5-10-47 

Boyer, Catherine — 514 E. Fort King Ave.. Ocala 3-29-48 

Boykin, Neda M. — P. O. Box 1601, Sanf ord 8-23-48 

Boykin, S. D. — Box 1270, Daytona Beach 4-7-48 

Boyle, Joseph B. — 712 Comeau Bldg., W. P. Beach 7-30-47 

Boyle, Marie — Box 1275, St. Augustine 11-8-47 

Boynton, Florence B. — 427 Sunset Drive, Orlando 8-16-48 

Boynton, J. L. — 105 W. Mohawk Ave.. Tampa 4 12-22-48 

Boyt, Pauline — Box 451, St. Augustine 1-19-48 

Boza, Geraldo M. — P.O. Box 4316, Tampa 7 3-13-48 

Bozeman, Catherine — Live Oak 2-23-48 

Bozeman, W. O. — Civic Bldg., Miami 32 2-2-48 

Bozeman, William — Live Oak 12-28-48 

Brabin, Lillian G.— 4180 SW 8th St., Miami 9-8-47 

Brace, Mabel G. — Box 4728, Jacksonville 1 10-29-47 

Brackett, Alan F. — Harbey Bldg., West Palm Beach 9-29-48 

Bradbury, F. O. — Live Oak 12-13-48 

Braddock, Anne — Congress Bldg., Miami 3-1-48 

Braddock, Jennie Fay — Rt. 3, Box 590, Jacksonville 10-23-47 

Braddock, K. W. — Macclenny, Florida 9-18-48 

Braddock, Lois F. — 53 N.W. 47th Lerr Terrace, Miami 12-23-48 

Bradford, Edna N. — 1204 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 3-1-48 

Bradford. H. C. — 837 Cedar Street, Jacksonville 11-16-48 

Bradford. R. O. — 311'2 Zack St., Tampa 1-20-48 

Bradford, T. W.— Box 145, Plant City 5-26-48 

Bradham. Joseph W. Jr. — Florida Theater Bldg., St. Petersburg 10-29-48 

Bradley, Lucile F. — P. O. Box 955, Tampa 8-13-48 

Bradley, Monroe — 217 Irving Ave.. Sarasota 2-24-47 

Bradley, Robert E. — 438 SW 17th Ave.. Miami 5-3-48 

Bradshaw, Arthur — 722 New York Ave., St. Cloud 5-3-48 

Brady, Alfred L.— 504 Hollywood, Tampa 5-17-47 

Brady, Gertrude— 437 10th St. N., St. Petersburg 3-11-47 

Brady, Marcelline — 503 N. 16th Ave., Pensacola 3-7-47 

Brady, Mary F— Box 310, Tampa G-6-47 

Branam, Margaret F. — 3792 Kumquat Ave.. Miami 8-27-47 

Branch, Gladys M. — Box 1497, Winter Haven 6-20-47 

Bragg, Annie B. — 140 E. Livingston Ave.. Orlando 4-24-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Braisted, Hazel — Box 1989, Fort Myers 5-27-43 

Brake, Allen E.— 2517 SW 12th St., Miami 8-4-47 

Brako, Mildred T. — 2706 Morgan St., Tampa 1-29-48 

Branagan, Josephine M. — 147 Sixth Ave. NE, St. Petersburg 9-8-47 

Branch, Virginia — Christie Hall Bldg., Tallahassee 12-31-47 

Brand, Charles W. — 502 First Nat'd. Bk. Bldg., Miami 5-1-48 

Brand, Dorothy — 656 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 8-14-47 

Brandon, D. V. — 3301 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 3-19-47 

Brandon, Edwin Sr. — 3610 14th St., Tampa 4-8-48 

Brandt, Irene — 114'2 S. Palafox St., Pensacola 10-14-48 

Brannan, Ray — 187'/2 W. University Ave., Gainesville 5-27-48 

Brannen, C. H. — Greenville 3-13-47 

Brennen, Lonita — Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 4-26-48 

Brannen, M. H. — Cross City 9-12-47 

Branning, Briggs — P. O. Box 270, Miami 2 4-5-48 

Brannon, Ruthe L. — Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 10-9-48 

Branson, Earle S.— Rt. 1, Box 129, Dover 6-27-47 

Brandt. B. L. — 808 Harvey Bldg., W. Palm Beach 6-25-47 

Brandtley , Frieda— Box 25, Arcadia 1-23-47 

Brasfield, H. A.— 2319 McRae St., Orlando 3-7-47 

Brasington, Loma — 312 E. Fern St., Tampa 4 11-19-47 

Brass, Dorothy — P. O. Box 2029, Orlando 1-7-47 

Braswell, Gladys E. — 320 W. 16th St., Jacksonville 8-24-47 

Braswell, J. H.— 1801 Tampa St., Tampa 12-1-47 

Braswell, M. A. — Venice-Nokomis Bk. Bldg., Venice 8-28-47 

Braswell, Mary Ruth — 509 1st Nat'l. Bk. Bldg., Miami 11-29-48 

Braswell, Rosalie J. — 1022 Park St., Jacksonville 4 4-26-48 

Bratley, Hugh J.— Box 517, Belle Glade 8-22-47 

Braun, Dorothea M. — 1504 LaRue St., Jacksonville 5-13-48 

Braun, H. V.— 503 NW 7th Ave., Miami 10-30-47 

Braun, Karl W. — P. O. Drawer 4459, Jacksonville 9-3-48 

Brausa. B. B. — P. O. Box 1596, Sarasota 1-21-48 

Braverman, Irving — 2820 SW 3rd Ave., Miami 2--7-47 

Braverman, S. H. — 1742 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-12-47 

Bray, Allan H. — 1034 Berry Ave., Tampa 8-8-43 

Bray. Milton E.— 301 N. Ivanhoe Bldv., Orlando 5-12-47 

Brazel, Helen — 28 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 12-29-47 

Breaker, M. L.— 1337 Davis St., Jacksonville 6-10-48 

Breaker, Ruby W. — c/o County Judge, Clearwater 1-19-48 

Breazeale, E. Fremont — Box 185, West Palm Beach 3-29-47 

Breckur, P. R. — 4233 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville 8-3-48 

Breithaupt, Emilie— 51 NE 36th St., Miami 10-27-47 

Bremer, Ada M. — 1514 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 10-15-47 

Brenan, Claudine J. — Rt. 8, Box 950, So. Jacksonville 12-31-43 

Brenan, G. F. — 228 Pearl St., Jacksonville 3-29-47 

Brendla, H. E.— 2205 N.W. 41st St., Miami 3-12-48 

Brennan, Josephine B. — Box 654, Miami 10-30-48 

Brenner, William I. — 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-29-43 

Brett, Ernest — 7335 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 8-14-48 

Bretz, Russell G.— 100 N.E. 17th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 5-31-47 

Breuer, Rosalyn H.— 1431 NW 30th St., Miami 4-26-47 

Brewer, Jessie M. — P.O. Box 151, Greensboro 8-17-47 

Brewer, Max— 503 Palm Street, Titusville 8-6-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Brewer, Thelma — 1417 Oak Ave., Sanf ord 3-26-47 

Brewster, Adlne M. — Callahan 5-23-47 

Brewerton, L. H. — c/o Sears. Roebuck & Co., Jacksonville 6-8-48 

Brian, Jennie Springer — 208 Main St., Daytona Beach 2-12-48 

Brice, Raymond Robles — 3330 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville 2-14-48 

Brickley, G. R.— Taft 4-10-48 

Bridges, Paul L., Jr. — 217 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 6-24-47 

Bridges, Frank B. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 2-25-48 

Bridgett, Helen L.— 1669 Douglas Rd., Miami 7-25-47 

Briggs, Irene C— Box 918, Ft. Lauderdale 11-18-48 

Briggs, John N. — Box 47, DePuniak Springs 4-14-47 

Briggs, Lucia W. — 2912i'2 Sitios St., Tampa 2-18-48 

Briggs, Mary H. — 1312 Congress Bldg., Miami 1-9-48 

Brightwell, Howard — 2705 N. Armenia Ave., Tampa 3-22-47 

Brigman. Mollie — 421 N.W. 59th Terrace, Miami 4-16-48 

Brinkman, Earl R. — P.O. Box 291, Lake Wales 7-13-48 

Brinkman, Ruth E. — Live Oak 5-29-48 

Brinkman, William C. — 314 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 10-6-47 

Brinkoetter, Ellen— 285 N.E. 55th St., Apt. 2, Miami 11-24-48 

Brinson, Marguerite D. — 5115 Roselle St., Jacksonville 7-2-48 

Brinson, Paul H. — Terminal Bldg., Coral Gables 5-17-47 

Brisson, Jessie M. (Mrs.) — 907 Laurel Ave., Sanford 11-4-47 

Briston, Perree, Jr. — 1453 Morse St., Jacksonville 7-10-47 

Bristow, E. M. — 950 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32 5-6-47 

Bristow, Verna — 2020 Sheridan Ave., South Jacksonville 11-2-48 

Britcher, Elizabeth — 202 Sunrise Theatre Bldg., Ft. Pierce 12-23-48 

Britt, Irene P. — P.O. Box 32, Winter Garden 8-29-48 

Britt, Mack G. — 1828 Poinciana Ave., Ft. Myers 9-29-47 

Britt, Maude E. — Midyette-Moor Ins. Agency, Tallahassee 5-30-47 

Britt, P. H., Jr. — Britt's Service Sta., Winter Garden 11-21-48 

Britt, Virginia J. — P.O. Box 1271, Miami 2-26-48 

Britton, C. E. — 7817 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-12-48 

Britton, W. H.— RFD No. 2, Box 44, Winter Haven 6-18-47 

Broad, Daniel M.— 961 W. 48th St., Miami Beach 6-24-47 

Broad, Ruth K. — 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 6-12-47 

Broadwell. Bert— 620 N.W. 62nd St., Miami 4-1-48 

Brocar, Helen D.— 25 SE Second St., Ft. Lauderdale 1-15-47 

Brock, Coy L. — Vernon 5-31-47 

Brocksmith, Rachel — 2046 14th Avenue, Vero Beach 4-11-48 

Brockway, Luther B. — 1944 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami 6-2-47 

Brooker, Ruth — 102 E. 14th St., Jacksonville 5-29-48 

Brooks, Blanche — Box 4940, Jacksonville 8-17-48 

Brooks, Cecile Y. — Moore Haven 9-23-48 

Brooks, Celeste — Box 972, Bartow 7-15-48 

Brooks, E. B. — 1035 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 6-19-47 

Brooks, Elsie C. — 914 Monterey St., Coral Gables 10-12-48 

Brooks, Franklin F. — 4545 Riviera Dr., Coral Gables 3-5-47 

Brooks, Gladys — 303 First Fed. Bldg., St. Petersburg 10-25-48 

Brooks, H. Marjorie — 160 N.W. 54th St., Miami 6-9-47 

Brooks, John R.^301 Park St., Jacksonville 11-4-48 

Brooks, Keller R. — 44 W. 4th St.. Panama City 4-30-47 

Brooks, L. E. — 41 E. State St., Jacksonville 7-24-47 

Brooks, Lois S. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 1-2-47 



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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 



Name and Address 



Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Brooks, Margaret — Rt. 2, Box 5, Homestead 3-25-48 

Brooks, Mildred E. — 333 E. Union, Gainesville 1 1-8-47 

Brooks, V. F.— 914'/2 E. Palmetto St., Lakeland 11-29-48 

Brooks, Vivian S. — Pla. A. & M. College, Tallahassee 7-27-48 

Broome, Beatrice H. — 14th St. at Sunshine Ave., Leesburg 11-1-48 

Brophy, Ruth A. — 414 Fla. Bk. Bldg., St. Petersburg 1-20-47 

Brosnaham, Henry A, III— P.O. Box 1348, Pensacola 12-31-48 

Brosnan, H. L. — P.O. Box 1899, Miami 3-24-48 

Brossier, G. D., Jr. — 132 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables 9-27-48 

Brothers, Alletta C. — Box 51, Pensacola 2-2-48 

Brotherton, Helen P. — 2724 Market St., Jacksonville 4-16-47 

Brougham, Herbert C. — 122 Antiquera Ave., Coral Gables 3-31-47 

Brown, A. — 5111 Branch, Tampa 8-11-48 

Brown, Alise — 323 Camilo Ave., Coral Gables 9-11-47 

Brown, Annice — Box 405, Milton 12-15-48 

Brown, Ansel L. — Box 322, Live Oak 12-5-47 

Brown, Arthur Jack — 2809 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 9-13-48 

Brown, Broadus C. — 21 E. Sturtevant Ave., Orlando 2-11-47 

Brown, C. Frederic — 1333 DuPont Bldg., Miami 32 12-12-47 

Brown, Cecile M. — 118 E. Central Ave., Orlando 8-23-48 

Brown, Charles A. — c/o McCallum Motor Co., Orange Park 7-16-47 

Brown, Clara May — 1519 West Hillsboro Ave., Tampa 6-17-47 

Brown, Clinton— 1431 W. Yale Ave., Orlando 10-9-48 

Brown, D. Waldo — Eastpoint 8-5-48 

Brown, Douglas R. — 113 SW 2nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale 12-1-48 

Brown, Eleanore H. — 1216 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 5-14-47 

Brown, Frederick W. — 610 V2 Fla. Ave., Tampa 2 11-16-48 

Brown, Garvin Def. — 162 Barbados, Tampa 4-8-48 

Brown, Geo. L. — Box 508. Clearwater 4-1-47 

Brown, Geraldine— 1000 NW 38th St., Miami 9-27-48 

Brown, Gertrude K.— Rt. 1, Box 287, Dade City 8-28-47 

Brown, H. A.— Rt. 2, Box 396, Winter Haven 4-26-47 

Brown, Harley C. — 2023 Harrison Street, Orlando 8-21-47 

Brown, H. O. — Box 3, Starke 3-5-48 

Brown, Helen — Brown Motor Sales. Greenville 3-23-48 

Brown, Helen B.— 4624 NW 23rd Court, Miami 2-11-47 

Brown, Helen E. — Box 262, Gainesville 10-13-47 

Brown, Helen L.— 994 NW 2nd St., Miami 2-19-48 

Brown, Helen S. — 102 Menores Ave., Coral Gables 12-15-47 

Brown, Ida M. — 308 11th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-29-48 

Brown, Ira W.— 210 W. Union Street, Gainesville 12-23-48 

Brown, J. C, Jr.— Williston 4-25-47 

Brown, J. D. — Rt. 5, Box 806, Tampa 4 9-27-47 

Brown, J. Edmond — 1172 W. Flagler St., Miami 1-6-47 

Brown, Jean— 274 NE 57th St., Miami 4-30-47 

Brown, Joe E.— 426 2nd St., Holly Hill 12-18-48 

Brown, K. E.— 910 Cleveland St., Clearwater 10-12-48 

Brown, Lillian N. — 1521 NW 51st St., Miami 11-12-47 

Brown, Louise — 470 29th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-11-48 

Brown, Malcolm C. — Box 1306, Pensacola 9-10-47 

Brown, Margaret O.— 1628 NE 110th St., Miami 38 10-30-47 

Brown, Mary L. — P.O. Box 71, Pensacola 3-12-47 

Brown, Maud — Box 43, Anthony 10-5-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term. 4 Years from Date Given 

Brown, Max — 3780 Valley Rd., Jacksonville 12-18-48 

Brown, Minnie L. — 414 Palmetto St.. Arcadia 2-4-47 

Brown, Muriel A. — 1558 N. Yancey St., Tallahassee 9-13-48 

Brown, Murray — 556 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-11-48 

Brown, Myrtie G.— Drawer 412. Lake City 11-13-48 

Brown, Nat — 1013 5th St., Miami Beach 39 7-21-47 

Brown, Perry C. — Box 375. Leesburg 12-9-47 

Brown, R. Joseph— 1337 Hubbard St., Jacksonville 6-26-47 

Brown, R. Preston — Box 287, Miami 10-31-48 

Brown, Robbye B.— P.O. Box 166, Center Hill 2-3-47 

Brown, Roy— 607 W. Hillsboro St., Lake City 11-15-47 

Brown, Russell H. — 8455 Bird Rd., Miami 2-6-48 

Brown, Samuel B. — 2601 N. Hayne St.. Pensacola 4-22-48 

Brown, Tootle R. — W. Main St., Perry 5-24-48 

Brown, V. Ruth— Box 735, Gainesville 10-16-48 

Brown, Vera — Box 75, Bushnell 4-7-47 

Brown, Virginia L. — 204 S. Virginia Ave., Lakeland 7-21-47 

Brown, Wm. J. — 403 Seybold Bldg.. Miami 1-11-47 

Browne, Cathryn E. — 1151 Main St., Tampa 7 8-16-48 

Browne, Lila D. — Barry College, 11300 NE 2nd Ave.. Miami 38 9-5-47 

Brownell, Eileen C. — 415 Charles St., Lakeland 11-12-48 

Browning, D. B. — 1314 Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 10-16-47 

Browning, Gertrude W. — 437 Ellis St., Sarasota 1-17-47 

Browning, Helen P. — N. Horry St., Madison 8-5-47 

Broxson, George A. — Okaloosa Co. Motors, Inc., Crestview 3-26-48 

Bruce, Betty R. — P.O. Box 2858, Miami 12-11-47 

Bruce, Elizabeth H. — 7000 Main St., Jacksonville 12-29-47 

Bruce, Hugh G.— Town Hall. Palm Beach 10-18-47 

Bruce, Joseph M., Jr. — 625 NE 70th St., Miami 3-1-48 

Bruce, R. (Mrs.) — 2007 Oceanview, Tampa 3-22-47 

Brucker, Alfred E.— 547 NW 49th St., Miami 36 11-13-48 

Brugh, Ronald — c/o St. Joe Paper Co., Port St. Joe 12-10-47 

Brumlik, Arthur— 615 NE 25th St., Miami 37 5-12-47 

Brummer, H. L.— 101 W. Flagler St., Miami 36 10-11-47 

Brunner, Lucille R. — 295 Fulford Blvd., N. Miami Beach 8-20-48 

Bruno. A. M.— 106 N. "A" St., Pensacola 3-3-48 

Bruno, Angela S. — 701 W. Mallory St., Pensacola 3-10-48 

Brunson, J. T. (Colored)— Box 265. Winter Haven 12-7-48 

Brunson, R. M. — Box 137, Gainesville 6-6-48 

Brush, J. W., Jr.— 2506 9th St., Bradenton 12-16-47 

Bruton, Jas. D., Jr. — P.O. Box 33, Plant City 6-26-47 

Bryan, Burton C. — 614 Atlantic Nafl Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville 12-22-47 

Bryan, Doril — 3849 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 1-23-47 

Bryan, J. Randolph — P.O. Box 311. Tallahassee 4-17-48 

Bryan, R. C. — 4214 Granada St., Tampa 6-24-48 

Bryan, Roland W. — Box 32, Gainesville 11-4-48 

Bryan, Truman — 52 NW 9th St., Miami 11-19-47 

Bryan, W. L. — Jasper 1-10-48 

Bryant, A. Parker. 256 Worth Ave., Palm Beach 3-20-48 

Bryant, Catherine M. — 301 Independent Life Bldg., Jacksonville 9-17-48 

Bryant, Edna M. — 618 Main St., Jacksonville 1-23-47 

Bryant, Hiram W. — Court House, Ft. Myers 6-14-48 

Bryant, James B. — 52 Spring Ave., St. Augustine 4-7-47 



410 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bryant, James E. — 848 Tyler St., Jacksonville 4 4-16-47 

Bryant, Margaret M. — Fla. Nat'l Bk. Bldg., Lakeland 2-17-47 

Bryant, Mary Edna — Box 3, Lake Wales 12-18-48 

Bryant, W. C— 5410 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 38 1-26-47 

Bryson, A. H. — Box 711, Tallahassee 11-10-48 

Buchan, Cecil — 1736 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 5-7-47 

Buchanan, P. C. — 322 S. Scenic Highway, Lake Wales 2-15-47 

Buchanan, Frank M. — P.O. Box 68, Miami 3-11-48 

Buchanan, L. F. — 536 46th St., West Palm Beach 8-30-47 

Buchanan, V.— 675 NW 79th St., Miami 10-30-48 

Bucher, Fred— 647 NW 36th St., Miami 37 5-21-48 

Buchman, Paul S. — P.O. Box 5, Plant City 10-18-48 

Bucholtz, Sam — 7-C Atlantic Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville 4-21-47 

Buck. Donald E. — Room 31, Jefferson Bldg., St. Augustine 8-2-47 

Buck, Thomas K. — P.O. Box 30, Orange Park 11-17-48 

Buckles, J. Mabel — P.O. Box 428, Palatka 6-13-47 

Buckles, Mary Ames — Box 403, Palatka 8-11-47 

Buckles, Winifred M. — P.O. Box 31, Auburndale 5-6-48 

Bucklew, Flossie — 311 4th St. NE, Apt. 2, Ft. Lauderdale 11-8-48 

Buckley, L. M.— 442 NE 75th St., Miami 4-9-47 

Buckner, Seymour — P.O. Box 2799, Miami 9-29-48 

Buf f ington, Emily S. — Box 348, Ocala 8-9-47 

Buford, Rosa A. — 921 Tyler St., Jacksonville 8-3-48 

Bugasch, Wilhelmina D.— 650 NE 79th St., Miami 9-3-48 

Buhl, Leland E.— 609 E. 10th St., Ocala 1-5-48 

Buie, Inman — Lake City 2-22-47 

Bull, H. B.— 604 Scotland St., Dunedin 6-1-48 

Bullard, Douglass B. — 221 E. Stuart Ave., Lake Wales 9-2-47 

Bullard, Ernest S. — Box 202, Palm Beach 4-28-47 

Bullard, Ester A.— 2422 E. Robinson Ave., Orlando 4-4-47 

Bullard. Lucile — P.O. Box 3181, Jacksonville 6 11-5-47 

Bullard, Mildred— 306 W. Bullard Ave., Lake Wales 4-2-48 

Bullard, Paul C— 1725 NW 28th St., Miami 7-26-48 

Bullard, Virginia L.— 634 W. Flagler St., Miami 36 8-11-48 

Bullman, Douglas— 434 SW 24th Rd., Miami 36 12-21-48 

Bullock, Irence M.— 1319 NW 41st St., Miami 42 3-9-48 

Bullock, Marie— 601 E. 9th St., Ocala 10-2-47 

Bumgardner, W. H. — 808 Woodward Ave., Orlando 4-7-47 

Bunch. F. M. — 421 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 8-11-48 

Bunker, Myrtle M.— Rt. 1, Box 98, Laurel Hill 10-24-47 

Bunton, Mary K. — P.O. Box 213, Miami Springs 9-4-47 

Burch. Ernest W.— P.O. Box 634, Gainesville 9-10-48 

Burch. Henry M.— 916 Kuhl Ave., Orlando 9-8-47 

Burcham, Brantley — P.O. Box 604, Orlando 10-1-47 

Burdette, Bette — 1022 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 1-4-47 

Burdick, Gail L.— Box 2545, West Palm Beach 9-9-48 

Burdette, Patricia— 735 S. Oak Ave., Bartow 6-20-47 

Burgess, B. A. (Mrs.i— 141 NE 3rd Ave., Miami 32 8-23-48 

Burgess, Harry W.— 2762 NW 3rd St., Miami ■ 9-1-48 

Burgess, W. M.— 1921 NW 6th Court, Miami 9-4-47 

Burghart, Prank G— 930 NE 86th St., Miami 10-7-48 

Burgstiner, Bertha B. — Box 367, Okeechokee 5-19-47 

Buria, Aida— 3310 12th Ave., Tampa 5 9-10-47 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 411 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Burke. Wm. J.— 9th St.. San Antonio 1-30-47 

Burkhead, J. J.— 1026 N. nth Court, Hollywood 1-31-47 

Burks. John S. — 307 N. 7th St., Dade City 12-9-48 

Burleson, Eben L. — 1300 E. Blount St., Pensacola 2-26-48 

Eurmaster, Norma E.— 2327 Lee St., RR No. 2, Hollywood 5-6-48 

Burnett, Leonard E.— 8132 NW 5th Ave., Miami 3-6-48 

Burham, Martha — 925 Cedar St., Jacksonville i-13-47 

Burham, Nola A. — 1953 Everglades Concourse, Miami Beach 1-30-47 

Burns, Allan A.— 4300 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 10-28-48 

Burns, Dorothy M. — 1519 NW 58th Terrace, Miami 10-28-48 

Burns, Frank T.— 109 N. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale 3-29-48 

Burns, Ida — Rt. 4, Box 233, Tallahassee 2-17-48 

Burns, Mary L. — 25 E. DeSoto St., Pensacola 8-14-48 

Burns, Thelma — Box 157, Leesburg 12-14-47 

Burns, W. J.— 961 39th St., West Palm Beach 11-12-47 

Burnside, Martha S.— P.O. Box 4222, Tampa 7 2-12-47 

Burr, Mabel P. — 18 S. Laura St., Jacksonville 2-14-48 

Burr, Raymond O. — 1118 duPont Bldg., Miami 38 5-6-48 

Burritt, Kenneth B. — Lincoln Drexel Bldg., Miami Beach 39 12-22-47 

Burroughs, Jno. H — Box 26, Evergreen & Whitney Aves., St. Augustine 10-23-47 

Burroughs, M. H., Jr. — 45 SW 9th Ave., Miami 12-20-48 

Burse, Aubrey— 1201 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 1-23-47 

Burson, Hazel B. — Corner Scenic Highway & Orange Ave., Lake Wales 9-12-47 

Burt, L. A.— 1155 SW 6th St., Miami 36 5-16-47 

Burton, A. N. — 21 N. Laura St., Jacksonville 2-27-48 

Burton, E. W. — P.O. Box 732, Homestead 7-14-48 

Burton, M. R. — Marianna 10-17-48 

Busby, Charles Edwin — Box 33, Madison 9-16-48 

Busby, Ed. — Caryville 8-14-48 

Busch, Elsie— 276 NW 57th St., Miami 11-26-48 

Bush, Elsie R.— Box 981, Sanford 11-19-48 

Bush, Emma Mae — 1212 W. 6th St., Jacksonville 3-15-47 

Bush, Irving A. — 1245 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach 1-18-47 

Bush, James R.— 149 NW 36th St., Miami 11-16-48 

Bush, William— 3612 Coral Way, Miami 5-13-48 

Busing, Ruth S.— 533 W. Park St., Lakeland 8-23-47 

Bussey, Elizabeth R. — Box 533, Tallahassee 3-8-48 

Butler, Ann— P.O. Box 1342, Ft. Lauderdale 8-4-47 

Butler, Christine — Box 1033, Tampa 1 12-22-47 

Butler, F. B. — 54y2 Washington St., St. Augustine 8-25-48 

Butler, J. I. — 4812 E. Broadway, Tampa 10-11-48 

Butler, Mary B. — Tax Collector's Office, Jacksonville 1 5-21-48 

Butler, Raymond W. — Box 310, Miami 5-20-48 

Butler, Raymond W., Jr., — 446 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-23-47 

Butler, Thomas W. — 5-7-9 Downey Bldg., Sarasota 2-21-48 

Butler. William F. — 905 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2 1-30-47 

Buttorff. Henry W.— 1005 Seybold Bldg., Miami 8-7-47 

Butts, Willis N.— Box 46, Yukon 7-20-48 

Buxton, D.— 5852 NW 12th Ave., Miami 11-12-48 

Buys, Conye S. — 157 Holt Ave. W., Winter Park 4-30-47 

Byers, D. W. — 203 N. Calhoun, Tallahassee 2-17-47 

Byers, Mary Etta — 4109 Palmyra Ave., Tampa 10-21-48 

Byington, John S. — 30OV2 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 3-22-47 



412 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Bykeefer, Helen— 516 Palm Naf 1 Bank Bldg., Sarasota 2-19-48 

Byllesby, H. M.— 816 9th St., N. St. Petersburg 8-10-48 

Byrd, Anita M.— Elkton 2-22-47 

Byrd, Bonnie R.— 7655 Pickett St., Jacksonville 1-27-48 

Byrd, C. Y.— Box 715, Delray Beach 7-13-47 

Byrd, P. G., Jr.— 502 E. Call St., Tallahassee 8-13-48 

Byrd, Flossie — c/o County Judge, Ft. Lauderdale 4-26-47 

Byrd, L. Emory — 212 Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa 5-25-48 

Byrd, L. H., Mrs.— 328 NW 2nd St., Miami 9-1-48 

Byrd, Lorraine J.— Box 218, Lake Worth 7-26-48 

Byrd, M. B. — Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 6-19-48 

Byrd, Verre P. — Wewahitchka State Bank, Wewahitchka 6-4-48 

Byrd, Virginia H.— Star Rt. C, Ft. Myers 2-24-47 

Byrne, Lilliam— Box 1361, Stuart 6-16-48 

Byron, Frank B., Jr. — VF 82, Box 25, U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville 12-23-48 

Cabaniss, Royston — Thiesen Bldg., Pensacola 4-23-47 

Cabeza. T. L. — 1201 Kings Avenue, Jacksonville 12-9-48 

Cabot, Linwood— 612 NE Third St., Ft. Lauderdale 7-2-48 

Cabot, Ted— Of. of Clerk of Cir. Court, Ft. Lauderdale 4-21-48 

Caddell, J. C— 73 N.E. 47th St., Miami 2-14-48 

Cadle, Fred L. — 405 Meridian Avenue. Dade City 5-12-48 

Cagle. Cecil P. — 1728 Parkwood Road, Jacksonville 6-29-48 

Cahill, Hattie M.— Mulberry 6-26-47 

Cahill, Lillian E. — 230 Florida Arcade. St. Petersburg 10-11-47 

Cain, Allie — Box 566. Avon Park 10-10-47 

Cain, Harold C— Box 1613, Ft. Lauderdale 9-10-47 

Caine, Laura E. — 908 Magnolia Drive, Clearwater 1-10-48 

Caldwell, Hazel B.— 108 N.E. 6th St., Miami 4-21-47 

Caldwell, James A. — 2800 N.E. Second Ave., Miami 8-25-47 

Caldwell, Vida M.— Tavares 1-19-48 

Calhoun. Grace — 242 5th Avenue So., St. Petersburg 12-2-47 

Calhoun. Grace W. — 3914 Mullen Avenue, Tampa 12-11-48 

Calhoun, Noble P. — 18'/2 Carrera St., St. Augustine 5-29-47 

Calkins, Pauline — 1111 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach 2-16-48 

Callaghan, Grace M. — 530 Skyview Avenue, Clearwater 8-9-47 

Callahan, Agnes — 720 Seybold Bldg., Miami 3-17-48 

Callahan, Agnes — 5225 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami 10-4-48 

Callahan, Edna— 1920 S.W. 16th St., Miami 8-28-47 

Callahan. G. Michael — 3166 S.W. 22nd Terrace, Miami 3-18-48 

Callahan, Julia C. — 26'/2 Cadiz Street, St. Augustine 10-22-48 

Callaway, E. E. — Rhoden Hotel, Blountstown 4-21-47 

Callaway, Violet— 444 30th St., West Palm Beach 2-14-48 

Callen, Harmon C, Jr. — Route 4, Box 1766, Tampa 9-12-47 

Callen, Kathryne (Mrs.) — 1303 Gunby Avenue, Apt. No. 4. Tampa 5-22-48 

Callis, R. W.— 501 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 3-1-48 

Camerer, Jessie B. (Mrs.) — South Brevard County Chapter, 

American Red Cross, Melbourne 6-26-48 

Cameron. Fred C. — Route 2, Box 257-F, Sanford 7-10-48 

Caminade, Elizabeth — Washington Ave., Miami Beach 10-25-48 

Caminiti. Nat — 4002 North Blvd., Tampa 5-12-47 

Camp, Freda U. — Bank of Palmetto, Palmetto 1-15-47 

Camp, Mae T. — 1502 Pan American Bldg., Miami 4-3-48 

Campbell, Betty — 60 NW 12th Ave., Miami 4-17-47 

Campbell, C. G.— P.O. Box 111, Tampa 1 2-7-48 

Campbell. E. M.— Box 294, Dundee 11-2-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 413 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term. 4 Years from Date Given 

Campbell, Ed. J. — Dixie Highway, Belleview 10-6-47 

Campell, Edna E. — Box 183, DePuniak Springs 1-17-47 

Campbell, P. N. — Lakewood 7-17-48 

Campbell, G. E. — 3210 Florida Ave., Tampa 11-30-47 

Campbell, Jane L.— 1005 1st Fed. Bldg., St. Petersburg 4 5-11-48 

Campbell, James I. — Box 645, Tampa 1 10-4-47 

Campbell, Lorene — Box 508, DePuniak Springs 10-9-47 

Campbell, Marie V. — 413 East Moreno St.. Pensacola 12-11-47 

Campbell, Mary Anne — 1119 S. King Ave.. Lakeland 9-2-48 

Campbell, Mary G. — Box 586, Marianna 8-15-47 

Campbell, T. H.— 906 Flagler Avenue, Jacksonville 7 1-21-48 

Campen, J. G. Jr. — 1923 Laura St., Jacksonville 8 9-22-48 

Campion, Eileen — 134 SE First Ave., Miami 1-22-47 

Canatsey, Edna — Box 2243. Tampa 9-9-48 

Candeto, W. V.— 1619 Ionia St., Jacksonville 2-2-48 

Canepa, B. A. — 613 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2 9-1-48 

Canfield, John W.— 421 N.W. 25th Court, Miami 3-1-48 

Canfield, William L.— 2390 S.W. 18th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale 8-18-47 

Canington, Mrs. J. P. — Box 463, South 2nd Road, South Miami 4-18-47 

Cann, C. V. — 333 9th St. No., St. Petersburg 2-23-48 

Cann, Flo G. — 1107 Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach 2-27-48 

Cannella, Mrs. P. — 919 19th Ave., Tampa 11-19-47 

Cannella, Sam — 1224 Central Avenue, Tampa 3-22-48 

Cannon, Elna A. — 812 31st St., West Palm Beach 5-7-48 

Cannon. George W. — 1553 Colonial Drive. Tallahassee 4-23-48 

Cantrell, James M.— 690 N.W. 36th St., Miami 5-26-47 

Capenhart, J. E. — Box 382, Pensacola 11-25-47 

Capitano, Marian D. — Box 1183, Tampa 5-30-47 

Capitano, Mary Pelaez — 3901 North Boulevard, Tampa 9-24-47 

Carden, N. J.— 3529 N.W. 7th St., Miami 3-1-48 

Cardullias, Lula — 227 Athens Street, Tarpon Springs 4-9-48 

Carey, Benjamin E. — 913 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 7-19-47 

Carey, Dorothy Ward — 107 Market Street, Jacksonville 6-26-47 

Carey, Eugene — 8703 Highland Avenue, Tampa 3-24-48 

Cargill, Jackson A. — 705 Florida Bank Building, Orlando 11-13-48 

Carleson, Erminda — 512 Main Street, Daytona Beach 10-8-48 

Carlile, Mary E. — 520 N.W. 13th Avenue. Miami 4-18-47 

Carlson, C. V.— 15 West Washington St., Orlando 11-22-48 

Carlton, A. B. — 2829 Morgan St., Tampa 7-26-47 

Carlton, DeLoca — 2829 Morgan St., Tampa 7-22-47 

Carleton, H. B. — 541 Osceola Ave., Winter Park 10-7-47 

Carlisle, J. S. — 1313 Tampa St., Tampa 1-16-48 

Carlisle. Marie — Stovall Prof. Bldg., Tampa 12-2-47 

Carlton. H. C— 3004 Woodrow Ave., Tampa 3 1-23-48 

Carlton, H. P.— 725 Arlington Avenue, St. Petersburg 6-12-47 

Carlton, William Vess — 2O6V2 Newport Ave., Tampa 4-19-47 

Carlucci, Francis J. — 1863 SW Uth St., Miami 5-21-47 

Carmichael, Laura T. — Citizens Bank, Gainesville 12-15-47 

Carmichael. Lillian C. — 1201 N.E. First Avenue, Miami 4-16-48 

Carmichael, Mildred E. — Box 966. Homestead 11-12-48 

Carnes, Birgit B. — 1607 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables 10-30-47 

Carnes, Elizabeth — 1820 Richardson Place, Tampa 5-21-48 

Carnes, R. S.— 217 Franklin St.. Tampa 6-3-48 

Carney, H. A.— 1225 W. Main Street, Leesburg 9-1-47 

Carney, James I. — Bank of Palmetto, Palmetto 9-24-47 



414 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOT ARIE S PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Caro, Albert R. — 606 Florida Bank Bldg., Pensacola 6-19-48 

Caro, Angela— 1327 White St., Key West 3-25-48 

Caro, Prank G. — 205 S. Baylen St., Pensacola 1-22-48 

Caro, G. H. — Box 31, Pensacola 5-25-48 

Caro, Thomas S.— White Street, Key West 7-31-47 

Caroll, Thelma — 201 Huntington Bldg., Miami 10-28-47 

Carpenter, F. P. Jr. — 520 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach 10-18-48 

Carpenter, Glen E.— 464th Street, SW, Winter Haven 7-30-47 

Carpenter, James W. — 3013 Lenox Avenue, Jacksonville 8-11-48 

Carpenter, Wm. B. — 214 First Ave., North, St. Petersburg 4-7-48 

Carr, Betty — Kissimmee 1-12-48 

Carr, C. P. — 400 Watson Ave., Pensacola 10-2-47 

Carr, D. Melville — Box 562, Delray Beach 2-28-47 

Carrasco, Virginia — Box 1080, Tampa 1 3-11-48 

Carrington, C. H.— 1120 Belmont PI., W. Palm Beach 5-12-48 

Carroll, Catherine A. — 1795 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-7-48 

Carroll, Frank X., Jr. — Rt. 1, Box 87, Pensacola 5-15-47 

Carroll, Thomas J.— 1760 S.W. 8th St., Miami 4-10-48 

Carry, M. J.— Box 463, Lake Worth 9-5-47 

Carry, T. P.— P.O. Box 463, Lake Worth 3-1-48 

Carson, Gertrude — 2265 N.W. 2nd St., Miami 10-11-48 

Carson, Hugh N.— 3128 11th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-6-48 

Carr, Jesse G. — Rt. 5, Box 119, Tampa 4 10-19-48 

Carson, Marjorie K. — Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 11-25-47 

Carswell, C. L. Felder — 117 Central Ave., St. Augustine 2-19-48 

Cartaya, Ernestina — Box 3389, Miami 5-19-47 

Carter, Arlie D. — P.O. Box 88, Eustis 11-15-47 

Carter, C. — 110 S. Fielding, Tampa 5-13-47 

Carter. Catherine H. — Box 146, DeLand 1-18-47 

Carter, C. Conant — 1939 Mars St., Jacksonville 4 11-24-48 

Carter, Doris S. — 115 S. Arrawanna, Tampa 9 7-24-48 

Carter, E. E.— 2008 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-3-47 

Carter, P. B. — 522 West Mallory St., Pensacola 10-1-48 

Carter, Gladys E.— 624 S. Dixie, Lake Worth 11-6-47 

Carter, Ira J., Jr., — Vidal Bldg., Gainesville 6-21-47 

Carter, J. A. — 115 Julia St., Jacksonville 9-6-47 

Carter, Katherine B. — 3151 Coconut Grove Drive, Coral Gables 4-25-47 

Carter. Lillian K. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 4-5-47 

Carter, Margaret — Cawthon St. Bank, DeFuniak Springs 11-5-47 

Carter, Margaret — 25 E. Steele Ave., Orlando 10-31-47 

Carter, Maxine — 117 W. Piatt St., Tampa 5-5-48 

Carter, Nell H.— Box 3107, Orlando 12-7-47 

Carter, O. M.— Box 217, Bagdad 2-24-48 

Carter, Ruth P. — P.O. Box 1318, Tampa 10-30-48 

Carter, Sarah Elizabeth — 3052 Imperial St., Jacksonville 8-24-48 

Carter, Theo E. — 830 Pearl St., Jacksonville 8-10-48 

Cartmel, E. C. — 803 Graham Bldg., Jackosnville 1-28-48 

Carty, J. W.— 205 W. North St., Tampa 12-9-48 

Carty, Jerome D. — Box 2770, Miami 4-2-47 

Carullo, Marie A.— 702 NE 114th St., Miami 7-31-47 

Caruso, Edith Mae — 5343 Astral Avenue, Jacksonville 6-23-48 

Caruthers, Mary B. — 1008 Banister Ave., Tampa 12-13-47 

Caruthers, Roy — P.O. Box 581, Bushnell 2-14-48 

Carvell, Alicia B. — 7231 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 38 10-13-48 

Carver, A. R.— Box 586, Lakeland 5-5-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 415 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Carver, Leo E. — Box 76, Ocklawaha 12-16-47 

Casaneuva, Richard — 2321 North B St., Tampa 6 10-5-48 

Cassazza, Georgia F. — 625 NE 54th Terrace, Miami 11-13-48 

Casciona, D. Thomas— 3167 S.W. 24th Terrace, Miami 11-12-48 

Case, Elinor E.— 8026 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 38 6-19-47 

Case, Louise — Box 115, St. Petersburg, Pla 11-10-48 

Case, W. J. — Box 162, Bowling Green 1-31-48 

Casey, Abbie A. — Freeport 2-15-47 

Casey, Delpit Leon, Jr., — 224 Lafayette St., Gainesville 9-27-47 

Casej", Eugenia B. — P.O. Box 1529, Tampa 8-13-47 

Casey, H. L. — Rt. 3, Miami 38 3-12-48 

Casey, L. E. — Box 85, DeFuniak Springs 9-10-47 

Casey, M. E.— 725 W. Flagler St., Miami 7-2-48 

Casey, William G.— 2250 Coral Way. Miami 8-2-47 

Cash, T. R. — 500 Ballough Rd., Daytona B 9-8-47 

Cason, Catherine H. — Box 524, High Springs 10-11-47 

Cason, Florence J. — P.O. Box 2175, Palm Beach 10-30-47 

Cason, Rosemary — 108 E. Orange St., Avon Park 10-22-48 

Cason, Tate P.— 1015 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 10-11-48 

Cassady, Louise M. — 14 S. Peninsula Dr., Daytona B 2-18-48 

Cassel, Alvin — 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 6-29-48 

Cassel, Elizabeth J. — 220 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 11-27-48 

Cassel, Lionel — 1657 Washington Ave., Miami B 11-14-48 

Casselberry, Jack L. — Box 849, Daytona Beach 2-14-48 

Cassen, Ernest J. — Box 143, Ormond 9-23-48 

Cassen, Evelyn T. — P.O. Box 143, Ormond 9-23-48 

Casserly, Muriel Fleming — 751 S.E. 1st St., Hialeah 7-26-48 

Cassidey, Nina — 203 S.W. First Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-18-48 

Castellano, Angle M. — 2140 Cherry St., Tampa 4-10-47 

Castellow, Marie C— 331 S.W. 1st Ave., Dania 8-30-47 

Castro, Ralph — Rt. 3, Box 333-A Miami 1-8-47 

Caswell, Bettie May— 3229 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 5-18-48 

Cates. Helen E.— 2545 S.W. 19th St., Miami 8-18-47 

Caswell, Helen G. — 335 Southeast 9th St., Gainesville 9-24-48 

Catledge, W. W. Jr.— Hall & Fisher, Tallahassee 3-13-47 

Catlin, Audrey M. — 154 Hollingsworth Dr., Lakeland 11-19-47 

Catterton, Claudia S. — Florida Power & Light Bldg., Melbourne 5-26-48 

Causey, Gertrude — 323 E. Pine St., Orlando 10-15-48 

Cavalier, Irma C. — 2936 NW 17th Ave., Miami 4-23-47 

Cavalier, John A.— 1612 N.W. 25th Ave., Miami 6-16-47 

Cave, Marie G. — 1005 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 5-11-47 

Caviness, Albert S. — Box 3167, Miami 4-11-47 

Caviness, R. N. — 316 N. Main St., Ocala 7-19-47 

Caw, J. H. — Rt. 1, Box 858, Panama City 8-14-47 

Cawthon, Lewis F. — 105 Orange St., DeFuniak Springs 4-20-48 

Cawthon, Victor M.— 210 W. Gaines St., Tallahassee 9-19-47 

Cawood, Dorothy S.— Rt. 1, Box 418, Ft. Lauderdale 1-17-47 

Ceijas, Hortense A.— 2917 10th St., Tampa 2-8-47 

Celaya, John A. — 2517 Dewey St., Tampa 2-23-48 

Cellar, W. O. — c/o Tax Assessor, Jacksonville 8-2-48 

Chachos, Marjorie — 1648 E. 21st St., Jacksonville 8-25-48 

Chadderton, Harry J., Jr.— 1950 W. Flagler St., Miami 12-30-47 

Chadwick, A. W., Jr.— Box 892, St. Augustine 6-21-47 

Chaffee, Russell E.— 258 NW 36th St., Miami 11-17-48 

Chaffers, George— 112 NE 71st St., Miami 38 5-1-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Chaffin, Helen W.— 6311 SW 38th St., Coral Gables 34 3-31-48 

Chaffin, Lassie — Rt. 1, Box 144 B. Ft. Myers 4-18-47 

Chafin, Elizabeth G. — Box 363. Panama City 9-24-48 

Chaires, Wana E.— 1114 SW 12th Ave.. Miami 7-6-48 

Chalf ant, R. G. — Box 634, Clearwater 6-24-48 

Chalf, Thelma R. — 705 Douglas Ave., Dunedin 6-10-47 

Chalmers, Wilma — Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 5-8-48 

Chambers, Audrey M. — Box 461, Ocala 1-25-47 

Chambers, Clarice S. — 523 Palmer St., Orlando 1-2-47 

Chambers, Corrie— 1142 SW 4th St., Miami 36 9-15-48 

Chambers, E. E. — 2353 SW 21st Terrace, Miami 7-9-48 

Chambers, E. H. — 4351 SW 1st St., Miami 3-10-47 

Chambers, Flora E. — 636 W. Main St.. Wauchula 8-4-48 

Chambers, G. S. — Vero Beach 2-18-48 

Chambers, H. L.— 636 W. Main St.. Wauchula 3-18-48 

Chambers, Jeanne M. — 1420 Tampa St., Tampa 1-18-47 

Chambers, Larry— 2136 NW 8th Ave., Apt. "D", Miami 11-6-48 

Chambers, Nancy K. — P.O. Box 777, Tallahassee 6-20-47 

Chambless, Millege — 910 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 10-30-48 

Chambliss, Henry H. — 2167 Myra St., Jacksonville 1-13-47 

Champlin, Vesta— 582 NW 63rd St., Miami 11-24-48 

Chance, Jean H.— 315 E. Call St., Tallahassee 4-16-47 

Chancellor, John L. — P.O. Box 2323, Jacksonville 5-12-47 

Chancey, Betty G. — 1316 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 2-6-48 

Chancey, Mary G. — 945 Phillips St., Jacksonville 5-20-48 

Chandlee, L. — 218 Harrison Ave., Panama City 6-18-47 

Chandler, E. Neal— 1564 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-17-48 

Chandler, Marie — 300 W. University Ave., Gainesville 11-1-48 

Chandler, Naomi T.— 26 Wall St., Orlando 8-20-47 

Chandley, Edgar R. — 154 E. Park Ave., Lake Wales 2-14-47 

Channel, William A. — Box 815, Arcadia 3-10-47 

Chapin, Hope H. — 104 Bay St., Daytona Beach 6-21-48 

Chapin. Willie C. — Highway 775, Englewood 2-24-47 

Chapman, Agnes J. — 2534 Elizabeth St., Orlando 5-3-47 

Chapman, Burt W.— 1433 Cottage St., Ft. Myers 11-1-48 

Chapman, Lilla M. — 1023 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 2-18-48 

Chapman, O. B. — 2075 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 11-7-47 

Chapman, Marion — 219'2 4th St., N.. St. Petersburg 9-18-47 

Chapman, Ruth M. — 1517 Adams St., Hollywood 7-9-47 

Chapman, Sam G. — 611 S. Westland Ave., Tampa 8-24-48 

Chapman, Wm. P. — c/o B. B. McCormick & Sons, Inc., Jax. B 10-3-47 

Chappell, Aline— 3582 NW 22nd Ave., Miami 9-15-47 

Chariton, Geneva Davis — P.O. Box 1749. Tampa 1 2-15-47 

Charleston, Emily R. — Box 435 Manatee Sta., Bradenton 11-18-48 

Charles, P. H., Jr. — c/o Fla. Fruit Dist. Inc., Lake Alfred 4-25-47 

Charles, Wm. W.— 1642 DuPont Bldg., Miami 1-28-48 

Charlow, Jas, Maxwell — Box 1084, Plant City 2-18-48 

Chase, Mary — Box 1660, Lakeland 4-7-47 

Chaseman, Roze V. — 600 Lincoln Rd., Bldg., Miami Beach 6-25-47 

Chasin, Mae S.— 411 NW 106th St., Miami 38 7-1-48 

Chassner, Dorothy — 302 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach 1-29-47 

Chastain, Dixie Herlong— 62 NE 47 St., Maimi 2-5-48 

Chastain, James T. — 3494 Phillips Highway, Jacksonville 8-26-48 

Chastain, M. Elaine — 4915 Suwannee Avenue, Tampa 11-17-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 417 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Chastaine, Halbert — 2750 NW 22nd St., Miami 3-2-48 

Chatman, Grady F. — General Delivery, Pinellas Park 6-7-48 

Chaudoin, William C. — 106 Coral Gables Arcade, Coral Gables 6-28-47 

Chauncey, Hallet M.— 101 N. Main St., Orlando 7-16-47 

Chavis, Raleigh H.— 7600 NW 27th Ave., Miami 4-5-48 

Cheaney, Philip N.— Box 1382, Ft. Lauderdale 2-27-48 

Cheesman, C. H. — Rt. 1, Box 468, W. Palm Beach 9-14-48 

Cheathman, James T.— 3975 NW 36th St., Miami 10-4-48 

Cheffer, Melody— 3518 S. Dixie, W. Palm Beach 12-11-47 

Cheek, S. E.— 814 Barnett Nafl Bk. Bldg., Jax 2 2-7-47 

Cheesman, C. A.— Box 2551, Orlando 4-7-47 

Cheetham, Viola R. — 209 Biscayne Building, Miami 5-21-47 

Cherne, Matilda P. — 305 Mary Ave., New Smyrna Beach 11-9-48 

Cherry, Nina E.— 326 Croton Way, W. Palm Beach 10-13-48 

Chesnut, Virginia Walters — 3222 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 8-17-48 

Chesser, William Raymond, Jr.— P.O. Box 1267, Pensacola 12-16-47 

Chester, Sarah F. — 2351 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 2-28-48 

Childers, Catherine B. — 188 Buena Vista Station, Miami 5-20-48 

Chllders, Eva M. — Box 1111, Tampa 8-19-47 

Childres, Leroy C. — 800 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg., Miami 4-19-47 

Childres, Oma Lee — 1527 DuPont Bldg., Miami 32 5-12-47 

Childs, James Otis — 6730 Rydholm, Jacksonville 2 5-8-48 

Childs, W. T. — 835 Harrison Ave.. Panama City 5-19-48 

China, Edward L. — 1914 Woodward Ave., Orlando 11-19-48 

Chisik, Sydney— 2450 SW 26th St., Miami 11-4-48 

Chism, Edith— 277 W. 61st St., Jacksonville 12-22-48 

Christian, Philip — 425 Margaret St., Jacksonville 4-16-48 

Chrlsinger, Elsie E. — 121 Moveno Court, Warrington 3-12-47 

Christe, A.— P.O. Box 1723, W. Palm Beach 1-21-47 

Christensen, Isabella L.— 1060 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-4-47 

Christian, Delia — Box 3031, Orlando 4-22-48 

Christian, James T. — 14060 Miramar Ave., Madeira Island, St. Pete 5-19-48 

Christian, William B.— 5301 W. Flagler St., Miami 8-25-47 

Chri.stie, Robert — 1000 Pla. Ave., Tampa 11-3-48 

Cl.ristopher, Roy — Box 27, Mt. Dora 5-26-47 

Christmas, Mae — llS'i Clematis St., W. Palm Beach 10-2-47 

Christy, Clare R.— 1250 SW 6 St., Miami 10-24-47 

ChrLsty, J. W., Jr.— Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-22-48 

Church, Irene Rich — 1867 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-18-48 

Chyna, P. J.— 1220 S. Miami Ave., Miami 2-18-47 

Ciccorello, Rosarido — 2002 E. Columbus Dri\>e, Tampa 8-12-47 

Cicero, John E. — 1017 Sunnybrook Road, Miami 8-11-47 

Cilento, Frank J.— 1201 E. Washington St., Orlando 3-5-48 

Cipra. A. L. — 318 Hayes St., Hollywood 8-23-47 

Clancy, Emogene — c o Supt. of Schools, Bronson 8-9-48 

Clanton, Margaret — Box 2799, Miami 1-28-48 

Clark, Adris M. — 461 S. Miami Ave., Miami 7-24-47 

Clark, Arline C— 433 W. 7th St., Jacksonville 12-13-47 

Clark, B. T.— 743 NE 82nd St., Miami 3-12-47 

Clark, Caroline G. — 886 E. Coast Drive, Atlantic Beach 8-19-47 

Clark, Clara— Gen. Del., Wauchula 4-30-48 

Clark, Constance E.— Rt. 3, Box 307-E, Ocala 12-31-48 

Clark, E. B.— 2403'/2 W. Cervantes St., Pensacola 1-8-48 

Clark, Edward S.— 1314 Riverside Dr., Holly Hill 5-24-48 

Clark, Effie B.— 1715 35th St., S., St. Petersburg 1-25-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Clark, P. G. — 3104 Perry St., Jacksonville 6-7-48 

Clark:, P. W.— 264 1st Ave., N. St. Petersburg 10-5-47 

Clark, Florence — 450 E. Shore Drive, Clearwater 9-23-48 

Clark, Florence E. — 801 Fla. Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville 2 4-1-48 

Clark, George T. — 1128 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-26-47 

Clark, Harold R. — 1213 Mapleton Rd., Jacksonville 7 4-20-48 

Clark, Helen E. — Englewood 2-27-48 

Clark, Helen R.— 11 N. Shine St., Orlando 1-23-48 

Clark, Margaret— 3260 SW 8th St., Miami 35 6-17-48 

Clark, Marion A. — 901 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 7-3-48 

Clark, Mattle C. — c/o 1st Nat'l Bank, Palm Beach 10-22-47 

Clark, Mildred R. — Highland Ave., Apopka 1-27-47 

Clark, Sallie H.— 720 NW 13th Ave., Miami 11-18-48 

Clark, Vivian— 1142 SW 4th St., Miami 5-29-47 

Clarke, Dorothy P. — 3787 Washington Ave., Miami 33 1-27-47 

Clark, Douglas L. — Box 6, Tampa 11-12-47 

Clarke, Ernest E. — 850 22nd St., S. St. Petersburg 8-25-47 

Clarke, G. E.— 1326 N. Miami Ave., Miami 2-17-47 

Clarke, Gerald M. — P.O. Box 87, Arlington 6-28-48 

Clarke, Jean H.— 1116 Willard St., Fort Myers 7-7-47 

Clarkin, Philip — 1936-A Harrison St., Hollywood 6-4-48 

Clarkson, Edward S. — 1185 Kings Rd., Jacksonville 7-2-48 

Clary, Andrew J. — Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2 5-23-47 

Claton, Juanita E.— 4761 '/2 NW 22nd Ave., Miami 4-21-47 

Clause, Marian — Box 677, Belle Glade 2-16-48 

Clausell, J. A. — 918 N. 6th Ave., Pensacola 8-11-47 

Clausen, Agnes M. — Box 1150, West Palm Beach 8-28-48 

Claussen, Ester E.— 73 NW 8th St., Miami 11-15-48 

Claville, Ida— Rt. 1, Box 176, Plant City 11-20-47 

Clay, Jack E. — 1322 Florida Ave., Tampa 6-14-48 

Clay, Margy V.— 6 W. Church St., Orlando 3-29-47 

Claypoole, William H.— P.O. Box 368, So. Daytona 12-15-47 

Clayton, C. A. — 1819 Clearview Ave., St. Petersburg 4-7-47 

Clayton, Charles W., Jr. — 1211 S. Orlando Ave., Winter Park 10-7-48 

Clayton, Edward G. — Veterans Service Office, Court House, Montlcello 11-2-48 

Clayton, N. E. — 1207 Genby Ave., Tampa 6 8-27-48 

Clayton, Ruth — 2901 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 9-27-47 

Cleaveland, Thelma R. — Box 711, Pensacola l-26-?8 

Cleaver, Vera A. — 7006 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 4 11-19-48 

Cleaves, D. A. — Box 1015, Lake Alfred 9-1-48 

Cleghon, Callle J. — c/o Clerk Circuit Court, Clearwater 6-6-47 

Cleeland, R. L.— 380 NE 60th St., Miami 12-10-47 

Clem, Katherine D. — 936 W. University Ave., Gainesville 1-24-47 

Clemens, Ethel — 908 Pan Am. Bank Bldg., Miami 32 2-20-47 

Clemens, Gladys Q.^1287 Talbot Ave., Jacksonville 8-21-47 

Clements, Frances R. — Box 2533, Lake Worth 6-11-48 

Clement, Frank A. — 415 NW 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-23-48 

Clements, A. B. — 2101 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-19-48 

Clements, Allen C, Jr. — 602 Seybold Bldg.. Miami 1-29-47 

Clements, H. R.— 136 NE 56th St., Miami 2-27-47 

Clements, J. R. — Box 38, Lakeland 5-17-47 

Clements, Lamar W. — Box 1346, Pensacola 1-10-47 

Clements, Murray B. — Live Oak 3-31-47 

Clements, W. R.^Box 686, New Smyrna Beach 10-12-48 

Clemmer, John K.— 1302 Reynolds St., Key West 9-5-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 419 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Clemmons. Gordon — Rt. 1, Box 49, Caryville 11-30-48 

demons, Laura D. — P.O. Drawer 99, Jacksonville 1 7-28-48 

Cleveland, Marjorle S. — 320 Malverne Rd., W. Palm Beach 9-9-48 

Cleveland, Natalie — 837 Escambia St., Jacksonville 7 4-14-48 

Clevenger, Gladys^l04 Bungalow Park, Tampa 7-8-47 

Click, W. S.— 1550 N. Miami Ave., Miami 12-19-47 

Cliff, Betty — 1615 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach 12-22-47 

Cliff, Harold P.— 819 S. McDuff Ave., Jacksonville 4 4-17-48 

Cliff, Lawrence — 8751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 2-12-48 

Cliff, Mabel A.— 819 S. McDuff Ave., JacksonvUle 11-14-47 

Cliff, Rose— 251 NW 33rd St., Miami 37 l 3-4-48 

Clifford, Mary R. — 612 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 3-31-47 

Clifton, E. O.— 1700 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 12-31-48 

Clifton, J. M.— 1915 Aileen St., Tampa 6-12-47 

Clinkscales, Hugh— P.O. Box 97, Miami 5-27-47 

Cloninger, Raymond — 624 Cleveland St., Clearwater 3-23-47 

Clonts, J. E. — Oakland 1-25-48 

Close, Albert P.— 209 W. Oak St., Arcadia 7-19-48 

Close, Eleanora— 1917 SW 2nd St., Miami 4-3-47 

Closson, Helen L.— 1728 Vz Jackson St., Hollywood 7-16-47 

Clover, Ann P. — P.O. Box 454, Gainesville 7-2-47 

Clymer, E. Kathryn — 422 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 5-3-48 

Coachman, Alfreda — 1948 NW 93rd Terrace, Miami 38 7-2-48 

Coale, James H. — Crestview 11-27-48 

Coarsey, Dorothy Toph — Tampa Municipal Hospital, Tampa 4-9-47 

Coates, John B. — Box 3753, Orlando 12-11-48 

Coates, Ruth B. — 101 SE Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3-17-47 

Cobb, John T. — 51 1 A Christor Place, Orlando 2-13-48 

Cobb, Katie B. — Box 24, St. Petersburg 2 8-21-47 

Cobb, Leona G. — Box 197, North Miami 7-27-48 

Cobb, Robert L.— 1510 Main St., Jacksonville 1-14-48 

Coble, Plournoy E.— 3515 NW 11th St., Miami 9-26-47 

Coburn, Ireta— 426 Main St., Jacksonville 2 3-31-48 

Cochenour, P. N.— 1364 Clay St., Winter Park 10-21-48 

Cochran, Elizabeth— 129 S. K. St., Lake Worth 5-22-48 

Cochran, H. G. Jr. — Box 306, Lake City 10-2-47 

Cochran, Paul A. — 237 Main St., Suites 11 Sc 12, Sarasota 7-9-47 

Cochran, Roy — Box 722, Ft. Myers 12-11-47 

Cochran, Wendell J. — Box 870, Daytona Beach 1-23-48 

Cochrane, Earl M.— R. F. D., Summerfield 3-3-47 

Cockerham, Frances — 830 Rjggeland Drive, W. P. Beach 9-4-47 

Cockrell, Bonita — P.O. Box 920, Panama City 9-10-47 

Cocrof t. Ben H.— 750 Ingraham Bldg.. Miami 36 1-27-48 

Coffee, H. F.— Court House, Room 243, Miami 10-17-47 

Coffman, WiUiam F.— 1287 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 9-25-48 

Cof fre, Edwin— 3636 NW 37th Ave., Miami 3-8-48 

Cof frin, Milo O.— Box 350, Miami 10-2-48 

Coggins, P. S., Jr. — Box 780, Jacksonville 9-22-47 

Cogswell, Flora— Box 451, Gainesville 3-29-48 

Cohen, Benjamin — 2305 Belote Place, Jacksonville 10-22-47 

Cohen, Burton M. — 507 Olympia Bldg., Miami 11-22-48 

Cohen. L. Paul— 1535 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-18-48 

Cohen. Lew — 840 5th St., Miami Beach 3-17-48 

Cohen, Martha S.— 1838 SW 21 Terrace, Miami 11-3-47 

Cohen, Murray G. — 927 Lincoln Rd., Room 224, Miami Beach 4-7-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cohen, Saul A. — 1701 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 7-27-48 

Cohn, Arthur R.— 207 W. 16th St., Jacksonville 3-26-47 

Cohn, Dave J.— 1717 Congress Bldg., Miami 9-25-47 

Cohn, Donald D. — 1276 Belmonte Terrace. Jacksonville 1-29-48 

Coker, Cyril — 421 Ave. "M", NE, Winter Haven 4-10-48 

Coker, Mildred D.— Gonzales 2-26-48 

Colbert, Aylene — 320 Main St., Lakeland 8-12-48 

Colbert, Edith E.— 1016 NW 15th St., Miami 38 4-12-48 

Colbert, Perry M.— 789 NW 29th St., Miami 11-3-48 

Colcord, J. Gordon— Box 454, Ft. Myers 12-29-47 

Cole, B. S.— Box 3168 G., Rt. 4, Tampa 7 4-30-47 

Cole, Burton G.— 706 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 6-28-47 

Cole, Dorothy C— P.O. Box 158, Hialeah 6-19-48 

Cole, H. S.— Box 403, Lakeland 10-26-48 

Cole, Harry O., Jr. — Box 540, DeLand 2-20-47 

Cole, Henry H. — 505 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 8-25-48 

Cole, J. H.— Box 191, West Palm Beach 7-9-47 

Cole, Lela J. — 2316 Lakeview Ave., St. Petersburg 6-4-47 

Cole, Rex — 651 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-13-47 

Colee, James A. — Box 57, St. Augustine 5-16-48 

Coleman, Charles W. — 700 E. Union St., Jacksonville 6-16-47 

Coleman, D. C, Jr. — 2797 Crystal Court, Miami 8-12-48 

Coleman, E. T. — P.O. Box 745, Tallahassee 8-16-47 

Coleman, Fletcher C— 1016 SW 13th Court, Miami 1-18-47 

Coleman, Geo. P.— 1215 N. Tamarind Ave., West Palm Beach 2-8-47 

Coleman, J. M. — Box 1000, Panama City 2-17-48 

Coleman, J. W. — County Court House, Ft. Lauderdale 5-19-47 

Coleman, Loyce K. — c/o Macclenny Cash Store, Macclenny 9-9-48 

Coleman, Maxwell L. — 606 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-29-47 

Coleman, William, Jr. — 425 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 1-6-48 

Colen, Jerome I.— P.O. Box 2042, Miami 11-24-48 

Coles, Agnes H. — 2407 11th Ave., Bradenton 4-26-48 

Coles, Arthur L. — 2730 37th Ave., No., St. Petersburg 2-2-48 

Coles, Jean K. — 2633 College St., Jacksonville 11-9-48 

Coles, Marion D. — 109 Nelson Ave., DeFuniak Springs 4-9-48 

Coller, Glenn B. — 10600 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 1-9-48 

CoUey, B. R.— 701 14th St., N., St. Petersburg 2-29-48 

Collier, C. H. — Everglades 10-14-47 

Collier, Doris— 6738 NW 23rd Place, Miami 11-7-47 

Collier, Mary A.— 371 Morrill St., Sarasota 5-11-48 

Collins, Beryl W. — 643 E. College Ave., Tallahassee 2-18-47 

Collins, Cecil A. — Center St., Sebring 8-18-47 

Collins, Chas. W. — 1350 NW 28th St., Miami 4-30-47 

Collins, Clifford W.— 2120 NW 1st Ave., Miami 5-3-47 

Collins, Collier W.— 234 W. Central Ave., Orlando 5-7-48 

Collins, Edmund R. — Box 448, Sarasota 11-3-47 

Collins, Edna D. — 1602 Florida Ave., Tampa 2-28-48 

Collins, George W. — 390 Chelsea Ave., Jacksonville 1-16-47 

Collins, Helen M. — Stovall Profesisonal Bldg., Tampa 1-18-48 

Collins, John B. — 623 Pennsylvania Ave., St. Cloud 3-13-47 

Collins, John W.— Box 66, Homestead 2-4-48 

Collins, Joy Ruth— Ingraham Bldg., Miami 5-21-48 

Collins, Kristina N.— 503 Florida Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg 5-27-47 

Collins, Louise E.— 1758 SW 21st Terrace, Miami Beach 39 3-25-48 

Collins, Madge E. — 1310 Florida Ave., Tampa 4-19-47 

Collins, S. C— Rt. 1, Box 542, Tampa 6-16-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Collins, Susan — 10 E. Fourth St., Panama City 7-19-47 

Collins, Thos. J.— 1st Nat. Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg 6-21-47 

Collins, Thomas M.— 125 S. "O" St., Lake Worth 2-20-48 

Colman, Paul E. — 725 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-28-47 

Colmer, Doris J. — Citizens State Bk., St. Cloud 6-16-47 

Colson, H. H.— 107 E. Union St., Gainesville 10-9-48 

Colson. Virginia E. — 804 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 7-24-48 

Colson, W. W. Jr. — Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-22-47 

Colson, Wilhelmina (Mrs.) — 822 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32 9-10-48 

Colton, A. L.— 2032 Walton St., So., St. Petersburg 12-19-47 

Combs. Mary S. — P.O. Box 14, Bayard 6-10-48 

Comer, Christina — Rt. 2, Box 199-A, Brooksville 4-14-48 

Comer, Thomas M.— 4215 N. "A" St., Tampa 6-5-47 

Compton, Davidina B. — 2244 SW 23rd Terrace, Miami 3-17-47 

Compton, Doris T. — 7403 Lem Turner Rd., Jacksonville 8-11-47 

Comstock, Ella — 930 9th St., N. St. Petersburg 8-12-48 

Cona, Mary C. — 1903 20th Ave., Tampa 5 5-3-47 

Conant, May Day — Box 4007, Normandy Branch, Miami Beach 41 2-6-47 

Cone, Elizabeth — 323 East Park Avenue, Tallahassee 4-3-48 

Cone, Ella L. — 55 N. Federal Highway, Dania 3-17-47 

Cone. Jane — General Delivery, Miami 5-20-48 

Conine. L. J. — 122 Jefferson St., Jacksonville 2-12-48 

Conkin. S. P. — 1003 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 1-17-48 

Conklin. J. Allen — 1801 Florida Ave., Tampa 2-27-47 

Conkling, Homer C. — Indian River Abstract & Guaranty Co., Titusville 1-29-48 

Conlee, Wendell F. — Downey Building, Sarasota 3-3-48 

Conley, Howard A. — Box 635, Bradenton 2-20-47 

Conle.v. Thelma D. — 234 W. Central Avenue, Orlando 5-20-48 

Ccnlon, R. L. — Box 69, Hollywood 3-11-47 

Conn. A. E. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 1-31-47 

Conn. Mrs. A. L.— 1020 W. Orange, Lake City 11-21-47 

Conn. Mary Lois — 308 N. Meridian St., Tallahassee 4-25-47 

Conn, Robert E. — Box 2222, Palm Beach 4-16-48 

Connell, M. D.— 844 W. Garden St., Pensacola 3-6-48 

Connell. Mary L. — Box 483, Sarasota 4-24-48 

Connell.v, Claire — 1302 Pacific Bldg., Miami 5-19-48 

Connelly. Daphne — Housholder Associates, Sanford 9-11-48 

Conner, Bernice P. — Box 91, Tavares 7-12-47 

Conner. J. W.— 317 West Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2-3-47 

Conner. Mary Yule — Islamorada 1-27-47 

Conner. Robert D. Jr. — Box 919, Panama City 3-24-48 

Connolly. W. C. — St. Augustine Beach, St. Augustine 3-17-48 

Conner. Bernice S. — 305 Huntington Bldg., Miami 1-2-48 

Connor. Ruth H.— 2117-13th Ave., No., St. Petersburg 3-13-47 

Conoly. Clariece — 506 N. Hughey Street, Orlando 9-7-48 

Conrad. Evelyn— 8019 N.W. 8th Ave., Miami 2-19-47 

Ccnrad. Mary— 1027 duPont Bldg., Miami 32 5-22-48 

Conrad. W. L. — 550 First Ave.. North St. Petersburg 8-30-48 

Consonni. Norbert — Sentinel-Star, Orlando 8-28-48 

Constantine, Gregory — 580 N.W. 40th St., Miami 7-29-47 

Constantine, Sherman— 3676 N.W. 47th St., Miami 2-25-48 

Conway, Lorenzo G. — 1192 W. 21st Si., Jacksonville 2-9-48 

Conway, Virginia— 309 Julia St., Titusville 19-13-48 

Conyers, Ethel K. — 1056 South Florida Ave., Lakeland , 9-12-47 

Cook. D. B. — First National Bank, St. Petersburg 7-8-48 



422 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cook, E. E.— 2379 NW 54th St., Miami 12-20-47 

Cook, Edwin L.— 96 N.W. 36th St., Miami 5-23-47 

Cook, Glad L.— 1836 Biarritz Drive, Miami Beach 3-31-48 

Cook, Hugh v.— 214 East Bay St., Jacksonville 6-6-48 

Cook, J. P. — Box 33, Crestview 9-7-48 

Cook, J. W.— Box 215, Bagdad 12-9-47 

Cook, Marie L. — 3669 Dubsdread Circle, Orlando 7-25-47 

Cook, Thurman T.— 1601 Hubbard St., Jacksonville 3-27-47 

Cooke, Fred — ^P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 5-21-47 

Cooke, M. O.— 964 W. Flagler, Miami 4-21-48 

Cooke, M. O., Jr.— 2128 S.W. 22nd St., Miami 3-31-47 

Cooke, Virgil C, Jr.— P.O. Box 1723, West Palm Beach 8-4-47 

Cooksey, M. H.— 2011 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 8-20-48 

Coombs, Elizabeth B. — Box 1016, Anna Maria 12-20-48 

Coon, Lila M.— 333 N.E. 13th St., Miami 9-18-48 

Cooper, Clyde — Plant Hotel, Plant City 4-22-47 

Cooper, Cora Edith — 1627 LaRue Avenue, Jacksonville 10-8-47 

Cooper, Dorothy — 330 South Third St., Jacksonville Beach 9-16-48 

Cooper, Dorothy B.— 16301 Gulf Blvd., Redington Beach, St. Petersburg 3-8-48 

Cooper, Ernest W. — Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 2-3-47 

Cooper, J. Fenimore — 15 West Washington St., Orlando 11-12-48 

Cooper, J. M., Jr.— Box 417, Graceville 11-20-48 

Cooper, Katharine — Box 220, Fernandina 2-26-47 

Cooper, M. E.— 1441 duPont Bldg., Miami 2-29-48 

Cooper, Merion B. — ^Biscayne Bldg., Miami 32 2-26-47 

Cooper, R. M. — 808 Pan American Bank, Miami 1-27-47 

Cooper, Richard H. — 815 Chichester, Orlando 12-28-48 

Cooper, Vera — 2666 Post Street, Jackosnville 4-16-48 

Coover, S. M. — Box 104, Goulds 8-25-48 

Copeland, Isabel Kay — 125 S.W. 30th Court, Miami 2-22-47 

Copeland, Mary L. — 11 North Laura St., Jacksonville 2-2-48 

Copeman, Fred M.— 2405 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 37 4-21-47 

Copher, Ermon — 4812 E. Broadway, Tampa 10-29-48 

Copinus, Margaret — Box 152, Miami 6-19-48 

Copland, Julia S. — Box 1001, Tallahassee 2-24-48 

Coppridge, Myrtle B. — Box 699, Sanford 1-19-48 

Coram, Ida B. — 5808 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-7-47 

Corbett, A. O., Jr. — 1023 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-5-48 

Corbett, Ethel L.— Box 1268, St. Augustine 7-12-48 

Corbett, G. L.— 236 West Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2 1-23-48 

Corbett, Grace — Box 1071, Tallahassee 10-15-48 

Corbin, Vernon— 3101 S.W. 8th St.. Miami 5-5-47 

Corces, J. A. — 1303 Vb 17th Avenue, Tampa 5-22-47 

Cordell, J. W.— Box 288, Tallahassee 7-16-48 

Corder. Eula D.— Box 2089, Tampa 2 ' 9-20-48 

Cordray, George M. — 407 Laura St., Jacksonville 1-22-47 

Corker, Paul G. — Box 691, Bradenton 10-18-47 

Corley, Opal D. — 227 S. Virginia St., Lakeland 6-5-47 

Corlis, Lucille K.— 521 Strawbridge Avenue, Melbourne 11-27-48 

Corn, E. W. — Box 6, Compass Lake 2-8-47 

Ccrnelius, Anne M. — 401 Anderson St., Orlando 8-9-47 

Cornelius, J. Ivan — 2425 Sunset Drive, Tampa 5-10-4* 

Cornett, Jane L. — Belle Haven Apts., Sarasota 12-13-47 

Cornwell, Patti A.— Box 1723, West Palm Beach 10-11-47 

Corral, Robert R.— 1821'/2 Riviera Court, Tampa 5 5-24-48 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 423 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Corrales, Mary — Box 5386, Tampa 5 11-5-47 

Correia, Helen— 1611 N.W. 36th St., Miami 3-29-47 

Corrick, M. H. — 185 San Marco Ave., St. Augustine 6-28-47 

Corrigan, H. E. — 56-6th St., South, St. Petersburg 6-30-48 

Corry, Beatrice B. — Box 656, Melbourne 8-7-48 

Ccrtes.sis, J. E. — 437 Athens St., Tarpon Springs 12-30-47 

Cortez, James W. — 1774 East 23rd St., Jacksonville '. 2-17-48 

Cortino, I. J. — Box 5, Mango 7-20-47 

Cosby, Louise — P.O. Box 160, Hollywood 6-16-47 

Cosgrove, E. J. — 105 S. Melville St., Tampa 6-19-48 

Ccsper, R. P. — Box 216, Tampa 1 9-15-48 

Cossins, Harry M. — Box 2068, West Palm Beach 6-25-48 

Costello, Harold C. — 3480 Main Highway, Coconut Grove, Miami 2-28-48 

Costin, Cecil G., Jr. — Port St. Joe 8-17-48 

Costin, Cecil G.— Port St. Joe, P.O. Box K 4-10-48 

Coston, H. S. — General Auto Supply Co., Box 1771, Tampa 5-12-48 

Cotton. E. L. — 101 North State Highway, South Miami 3-27-48 

Ccttrell, Jennings D., Jr. — c/o Reynolds-Myers Insurance Inc., 

Seybold Bldg., Miami 32 11-22-47 

Coty, Diana— 4221 S.W. 11th St., Miami 8-19-48 

Coughhn, James P. — 214 North Summerlin St., Orlando 9-26-47 

Couillard, Frances — 5th Floor Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 9-22-48 

Coulombe, Constance C. — P.O. Box 1981, Sarasota 12-12-47 

Coulter, M. S.— Box 212, Dade City 4-18-47 

Coulton, Annette T.— 3422 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami 3-26-48 

Council. G. T. — Route 2, Box 150, Dade City 7-17-47 

Council, Joyce — 209 N. 17th St. W., Bradenton 12-9-48 

Counselor. Mildred K. — 1801 Congress Bldg., Miami 3-8-48 

Ccuric. Alfred C. — 745 N.E. Second Ave., Miami 10-18-48 

Coursey, R. R. "Bob" — c/o Coursey-Huff Furniture Co. 

305 Lemon St., Palatka 3-15-48 

Courshon, Arthur H. — 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 11-15-48 

Ccurshon, Jack R. — 235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 11-15-48 

Courson, Mayhugh — The Inn, Ponte Vedra Beach 9-26-47 

Courtleigh, C. R. — 912 Franklin St.. Tampa 4-10-48 

Courtney, Carl — 392 North Orange Ave., Orlando 3-13-48 

Courtney, E. R. — Box 851, St. Augustine 1-19-48 

Cousins. J. E., Jr. — 1109 South Kentucky Ave., Orlando 4-24-47 

Ccvalt. Frances D. — c o W. W. Sasser, Asst. Vice-President 

Fla. Nat'l Bank & Trust Co., Miami 9-29-47 

Coverman, Hyman D. — 4441 S.W. 1st Street, Miami 5-16-48 

Covington. William B. — c o Duchess Ice Cream Company, Tallahassee 6-14-48 

Cowart. Paris N.— 1926 S.W. 8 Street, Miami 35 2-23-48 

Cowart, R. E.— Madison 6-29-47 

Cowley, Geo. D.— 1832 Whaley Ave., Pensacola 6-28-47 

Cowley, Herbert S.^1400 Indiana Avenue, St. Cloud 3-4-48 

Cowling, Kathryne W. — -1110 Graham Building, Jacksonville 10-15-47 

Cox, E.— 7171/2 New York St., West Palm Beach 9-29-47 

Cox, Edith W. — 309-11 Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville 6 2-25-48 

Cox. Grace H. — Box 41, Tavares 10-16-47 

Cox, Hampton — 805 S. Sanchez St., Ocala 6-13-47 

Cox, J. N. — Box 256, Orlando 4-26-47 

Cox. Jerry C— 853 West Flagler St., Miami 8-30-48 

Cox, Mae A. — c/o Cox Refrigeration & Appliance 

3638 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 8-26-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Cox, Marcia A. — Clewlston 6-4-47 

Cox, Mayo Alton — 800 North Monroe St., Tallahassee 7-13-48 

Cox, Mildred R. — P.O. Box 456, Opa-locka 6-24-47 

Cox, R. M. — 314 Peninsular Life Bldg, Jacksonville 1-17-48 

Cox, Ruth — 702 51st Street, Bradenton 12-3-48 

Cox, S.— 901 Main St., Jacksonville 10-2-48 

Cox, Vera — 310 N. Rosalind Avenue, Orlando 4-19-48 

Cox, W. T.— P.O. Box 1021, Orlando 9-20-48 

Coyner, Clyde B. — 2147 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami 10-25-47 

Coyner, Heleen L. — Box 87, Star Route, Moore Haven 11-22-48 

Crabtree, Helen M. — 3414 Broadway, West Palm Beach 8-7-48 

Crabtree, Marion W.— 315 S.E. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale 5-21-47 

Cracraft, William A.— 5931 S.W. 13th Terrace, Miami 3-10-48 

Craddock, Bert F. J. — Route 4, Box 185, Lakeland 9-8-47 

Crago, A. W.— 729 N.W. 112th St., Miami 7-11-47 

Craig, Alvira H. — Route 1, Box 185-R, Homestead 1-24-48 

Craig, B. M. — 1202 Pope, Ocala 4-21-47 

Craig, E. R. — McCrory Bldg., Winter Haven 10-3-48 

Craig, L. F. — P.O. Box 3033, Miami 5-6-47 

Craig, Philip J. — Box 178, Hollywood 2-16-48 

Cralle, Ray B. — 501 Washington St., Tampa 3-31-48 

Cradall, .J P. — 238 Peachtree Street, Cocoa 10-11-47 

Crane, A. M. — 1504 West Flagler St., Miami 7-28-47 

Crane, J. R. — 507 South Port Harrison Ave., Clearwater 2-28-48 

Crane, Rose Marie — Box 88, Salerno 4-7-47 

Crane, Walter — Broward Bank Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 9-26-47 

Crank, Paul — 139 East Pine St., Orlando 4-17-47 

Cranner, H. A. — c/o M. H. Mabry Company, Box 1320, Tampa 1-22-48 

Cranna, Helen — 932 No. Federal Highway, Lake Worth 12-5-47 

Crawford, D. H. — 624 West Madison St., Tallahassee 11-29-47 

Crawford, Dewey — Box 1102, Ft. Pierce 3-21-48 

Crawford, Geo. G. — Court House, Tallahassee 6-12-47 

Crawford, Imogene — Route 1, Box 501, West Palm Beach 2-4-48 

Crawford, Kathryn B. — 927 15th Avenue, South, St. Petersburg 11-18-48 

Crawford, Lillian B.— 25 N.E. 25th St., Miami 9-25-47 

Crawford, Lillian T. — 2663 Dartmouth Avenue, North, St. Petersburg 5-5-48 

Crawford, Lucy J — 137 E. Main St., Bartow 5-21-47 

Crawford, W. H.— P.O. Box 489, Pensacola 11-13-47 

Credidio, Peter — 380 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 12-4-47 

Creel, Annie E. — P.O. Box 1001, Tallahassee 11-7-47 

Creel, Eula N.— 3383 N.W. 34th St., Miami 37 11-29-47 

Creighton, Byron — 825 East Main St., Lakeland 5-26-47 

Crenshaw, Ellis — 21 N. Laura St., Jacksonville 3-30-48 

Crenshaw, Margaret — 116 Central Avenue, Sarasota 7-26-48 

Cresap, Audrey L.— 2724 S.W. 36th Avenue, Miami 8-15-47 

Cressler, Florence S. — 3202 Tambay Avenue, Tampa 5-5-48 

Crews, P. T. — 717 Laura Street, Jacksonville 4-8-47 

Crews, Juanita — 727 West Main Street, North, Gainesville 10-17-47 

Crews, Laura Steward 2700 Azeela St., Tampa 8-14-48 

Crews, Lorene — P.O. Box 163, Gainesville 12-1-47 

Crews, Yulee Lowe— 1454 NW 34th St., Miami 10-30-48 

Crie, Hiram H. — c/o East Coast Guaranty Co. 

302 Datura St., West Palm Beach 5-1-48 

Cringle, Katharine L.— 1736 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami 3-19-47 

Crisp, J. G. — 1005 Miami Road, Jacksonville 7 8-24-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 425 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Crispin, Roberta R.— 860 NW 2nd St., Miami 36 10-31-47 

Crissey, Kathryn— 3071 N.W. 32nd St., Miami 37 5-12-47 

Crittenden, Harvey C— P.O. 152, Winter Haven 8-10-48 

Crittenden, R. J. — 245 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 5-28-47 

Crockett, Wm. O.— 1229 NW 32nd St., Miami 12-20-48 

Croft, Lois H.— Box 670, West Palm Beach 2-14-47 

Croft, Mayme L. — 1010 N.E. Second Ave., Delray Beach 9-2-47 

Crofton. L. C— 509 Palm Street, Tltusvllle 11-9-48 

Cromartie, D. S.— Reddick 11-29-48 

Cromer, CamiUe S.— c/o Southeast Wheel & Rim Co., 927 West Forsyth St., 

Jacksonville 4-10-47 

Cromer, Goldie M. — P.O. Box 93, Green Cove Springs 8-6-48 

Cromwell, Robert F. — 1109 Broadway, Riviera Beach 4-23-48 

Crooke, Barbara C. — 226 West Government St.. Pensacola 5-15-47 

Crooks, Norma V. — 309 N. Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater 12-9-48 

Crooms, A. C. — P.O. Box 4103, Sta. 5, Orlando 3-26-47 

Crosby, E. P. — Bay and Newman Streets, Jacksonville 12-29-47 

Crosby, Elmer H., Jr.— 113 W. Gladys St., Tampa 3-13-47 

Crosbie, Jean E. — 515 W. Patterson St., Lakeland 8-21-48 

Crosby, Marian L. — 116 S. Walnut St., Starke 1-11-47 

Cross, Earle W. — 406-412 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 2 6-15-47 

Cross, Grace C— 6347 S.W. 11th St., Miami 6-8-48 

Cross, N. Virginia — 44 NW 21st Avenue, Miami 35 10-2-48 

Crossan, Vicie W. — P.O. Box 113, Brooksville 10-22-47 

Crossgrove, Emily — Box 1151, Lake Alfred 9-26-47 

Crosswell, Ralph H. — c/o Aetna Finance Co., 41 W. 4th St., Panama City 8-24-48 

Crosswell, S. M. — 5433 Shore Blvd., Gulfport 3-15-47 

Crotty, Esther K.— 2126 SW 7th St., Miami 7-16-48 

Crouch, Mrs. A. D. — 5809 Miami Avenue, Tampa 11-17-47 

Crouch, Beverly J. — P.O. Box 7, Foley 4-28-48 

Crouch, Grace D. — 440 1st Avenue South, St. Petersburg 5-5-48 

Crouch, Nell Y. — Atlantic Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville 1 2-14-48 

Crowder, E. N. — 401 Madison St., Tampa 1-30-47 

Crowell, Charles O. — U. S. Naval Sta., Bldg. 10, Green Cove Springs 1-7-47 

Crowell, Frederick C. — P.O. Box 190, Orlando 1-8-48 

Crowell, James E.— 514 E. Broad St., Tampa 4 2-19-48 

Crowell, V. P.— RFD. No. 5, Box 799-C, Orlando 7-30-48 

Crowley, Paul V. — 122 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 1-17-48 

Crown, Mary— 1175 Jackson Blvd., Clearwater 3-25-48 

Crowther, Mildred D.— Woodward-Crowder, 109 Madison St., Tampa 3-27-48 

Croy, Geo. P. — 203 N. Calhoun St., Tallahassee 3-8-48 

Cruise, E. T. — c/o St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville 6-21-47 

Crum, James M. — 907V2 East Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 11-29-47 

Crum, Ralph L. — 219 Eunice Drive, Lakeland 10-9-48 

Crumbley, W. C. — Graceville 1-22-47 

Crumley, B. B. — Box 88, Sanford 6-23-48 

Crump, Osie B. — Box 529, Tampa 1-20-48 

Cruze. James E. — 5600 Fourth St. South, St. Petersburg 7-26-48 

Cryster, Ben F. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola, Fisher-Brown 1-22-48 

Cuddeback, G. T.— P.O. Box 3283, Tampa 8-13-47 

Cuddy, William — 221 Seaview Ave., Daytona Beach 9-29-48 

Cueto. Concha — 59 Albemarle. Tampa 6 1-27-47 

Culbertson, Mary G.— 1688 SW 22nd St., Miami 12-31-47 



426 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Culbreath, Lugenia — Bushnell 1-8-47 

Culbreath, W. R.— 730 NE 90th St., Miami 3-21-47 

Culbreath, J. M.— 403 St. Frances St., Tallahassee 5-31-48 

Cullen, Blanche J. — 319 Second St., Panama City 1-25-47 

Culmer, Edmund O. — 1306 NW 3rd Ave., Miami 36 4-9-47 

Culpepper, J. D., Jr. — 218 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 10-22-47 

Culpepper, Martha B. — 904 Barnett Nat. Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville 2-13-47 

Cumbie, Lessie E. — 22 E. Flagler St., Miami 12-15-47 

Cummins, Ben— 163 NE 24th St., Miami 1-15-47 

Cunio, Evalyn D.— 2611 NW 32nd St., Miami 37 5-6-47 

Cunio, Marj' — 2742 NW 22nd Court, Miami 8-25-48 

Cunningham, Helen C. — 520 NE 16th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-4-48 

Cunningham, J. C. — 1210 NW 3rd Ave., Miami 5-26-48 

Cunningham, John F. — 710 S. Miami Ave., Miami 2-25-47 

Cunningham, Lewis D. — 2800 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 7-12-48 

Curran, Frank C. — Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 10-5-48 

Currin, Vance M. — 800 SE 11th Court, Ft. Lauderdale 11-19-48 

Curry, C. Sam B.— 1126 Olivia St., Key West 8-18-48 

Curry, Charlotte M. — 3191 SW 25th Terrace, Miami 33 10-25-48 

Curry, George H.— 340 SW 45th Ave., Miami 12-16-48 

Curry, Joseph B. — 1508 NE 110th St., Miami 5-5-47 

Curtan, Robert E. — 124 Charlotte St., St. Augustine 6-25-47 

Curtis, Helen W. — Orange County Court House, Orlando 2-6-47 

Curtis, Lee — Lynn Haven 1-28-48 

Curtis, Robert M.^ — 415 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 10-5-48 

Curtis, Shirley W. — 200 S. Madison Ave., Clearwater 10-31-47 

Cutler, Elizabeth H.— 501 SW 64th Ave., Miami 7-14-47 

Cutter, Thelma— Citizens Bank, Titusville 6-17-48 

Dabney, Marguerite C- — P.O. Box 4037, Normandy Isle Branch, 

Miami Beach 41 1-15-47 

Dacks, Harry — 929 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 1-8-47 

Baffin, Betty K. — Washington Square Bldg., Tallahassee 4-26-48 

Dagley, H. E.— P.O. Box 102, Hollywood 11-1-47 

Dahlquist, Annie W. — 817 S. Tennessee Ave., Lakeland 7-25-47 

Dahlstrom, Leah L. — 2234-8th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 4-16-47 

Dailey, W. G.— P.O. Box 669, St. Augustine 5-22-47 

Dale, C. Shelby — 25 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 1-2-47 

Daley, Ray A.— 746 NW 62nd St., Miami 38 6-19-48 

Dalloz, Grace L. — 2115 Pearl St., Jacksonville 10-22-48 

Dalton, B. W.— Chipley 3-20-47 

Daly, Ingrld N.— Hollywood 1-29-47 

Dame, George A. — P.O. Box 95, New Port Richey 7-3-47 

Dametry, R. R.— 528 NW 8th St., Miami 7-3-47 

Damron, Mary — 3750 5th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 10-13-48 

Damsel, Dorothy M.— Box 457, Apopka 5-17-47 

Danahy, Alice M.— 804 S. "N" St., Lake Worth 1-16-47 

Danford, I. L. — P.O. Box 1259, Jacksonville 1 1-7-47 

D'Angelo, Arthur — 6 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables 34 3-1-47 

D' Anna, H. — Box 1200, Tallahassee 4-8-47 

Daniels, A. W. — 1371 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville 2-13-47 

Daniels, Mrs. E. M.— No. 4 4th St. So., St. Petersburg 2-20-47 

Dance, Walter H. — 900 Ponce de Leon Drive, Ft. Lauderdale 10-17-47 

Dandelake, George W.— 301 Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 8-31-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 427 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Dandelake, J.— Box 1827, Jacksonville 1 11-21—48 

Dandridge, Verdie — Rt. 2, Box 124, Perry 12-6-47 

Danforth, Harold P. — Box 3774, Orlando 2-3-48 

DAngelo, Elvin W.— 3013 Pla. Ave., Tampa 11-13-48 

Daniel, Sam — IVs No. Main St., Ocala 2-14-48 

Daniel, Walter E., Jr. — P.O. Box 327, North Miami 2-23-48 

Daniels, Dorothy— Hillsborough St. Bk.. Plant City 11-22-48 

Daniels, J. L. — 817 Cleveland St., Clearwater 8-19-47 

Daniels, James M. — P.O. Box 23, Ft. Myers Beach 2-16-48 

Daniszewski, Sara — P.O. Box 1083, Orlando 10-11-47 

Danson, Ralph E. — 4826 Catherine Terrace, Jacksonville 8-1-47 

Dansyear, S. Arthur— 496 SW 18th Rd., Miami 2-11-47 

Dantzler, E. R. — Box 192, Winter Haven 11-26-47 

Darby, J. B. — 1025 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 2 3-10-48 

Darling, Ethel M. — 2530 2ad Ave. So., St. Petersburg 7-19-48 

Darling, Ruth J. — 908 1st Ave. No., St. Petersburg 9-11-47 

Darnell, H. B. — P.O. Box 403, Lakeland 5-8-48 

D'Arpa, Albert — 214 Madison St., Tampa 4-29-47 

D'Arpa, James V. — 1606 N. Lisbon Ave., Tampa 5-8-47 

Darracott, Annette B. — P.O. Box 689, Lakeland 4-26-48 

Darsey, Lois L. — 210 Dodge St., Palatka 8-14-48 

Datson, Margaret M. (Mrs.) — Capitol, Tallahassee 9-10-48 

Daube, Allene A. — 530 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 5-29-48 

Daubert, Frances (Mrs.) — 2214 Larchmont R. St., Jacksonville 8-21-47 

Daugherty, Hazel V. — P.O. Box 111, Orlando 7-16-48 

Daughtrey, C. L. — 44 Magnolia St., Arcadia 12-15-48 

Daughtrey, Jo (Mrs.i — Court House, Ft. Myers 1-24-47 

Davant, Fred C— 1510 — Pan American Bk. Bldg., Miami 3-13-48 

Davenport, Fay E. — 4740 Manchester Rd., Jacksonville 7-8-48 

Davenport, H. E.— 108'2 W. Henderson Ave., Tampa 8-16-48 

Davenport, Kay— 275 NW 2nd St., Miami 36 8-4-47 

Daves, Carter T. — 13 N. Ridgewood Drive, Sebrlng 11-6-48 

David, Elizabeth — Box 81, Hollywood 3-20-48 

David, Robert T.— 2115 Port St., Hollywood 6-28-48 

David, Victor A.— 335 W. 11th St., Jacksonville 2-7-48 

Davidowitz, A.— 2755 SW 2nd St., Miami 10-20-47 

Davids, Fannie L. — 120 Palm Place., Daytona Beach 2-20-48 

Davidson, Bertha — 1756 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 6-14-48 

Davidson, Dorothy W.— 2917 NW 23rd Ave., Miami 12-12-47 

Davidson, H. G. — 609 52nd St., West Palm Beach 1-18-47 

Davidson, Irene C— 167 NE 28th St., Miami 37 9-7-48 

Davies, Enola B. — Box 1189, West Palm Beach 3-20-48 

Davies, Helen M. — 300 W. University Ave., Gainesville 12-23-43 

Davies, Madeline E. — Box 523, Miami Beach 39 11-18-48 

Davis, A. C. — 1213 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 6-15-48 

Davis, A. T. — 33 S. Main St., Orlando 6-30-47 

Davis, A. Weston — Kissimmee St., Okeechobee 2-24-47 

Davis, Betty J. — 7317 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 11-21-47 

Davis, Bobbie C. — P.O. Box 29, Tampa 1 4-21-47 

Davis, C. B. — 41 W. Washington St., Orlando 9-11-47 

Davis, Catherine K. — 1727 Silver St., Jacksonville 3-14-48 

Davis, Corinne— 137 NW 30th St., Miami 6-20-48 

Davis, D. W.— 2012 NW 26th St., Miami 37 8-17-48 



428 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOT ARIE S PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Davis, Dell — 201 E. Lemon St., Lakeland 10-6-47 

Davis, E. N. — P.O. Box 1065, Panama City 10-29-48 

Davis, E. v., Sr. — 332 W. University Ave., Gainesville 10-30-48 

Davis, Elsie J. — Box 609, Panama City 4-28-47 

Davis, Emma E.— P.O. Box 751, Ft. Lauderdale 4-5-47 

Davis, Florida L. — 200 W. Manor St., Madison 7-20-47 

Davis, Freda S. — 817 Saranac St., Jacksonville 4 10-28-48 

Davis, Gertrude — P.O. Box 343, Jacksonville Beach 4-12-47 

Davis, Gladys L.— 1736 NW 47th St., Miami 8-16-48 

Davis, H. N.— 1739 SW 8th St., Miami 1-17-48 

Davis, Harold G.— Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-21-47 

Davis, J. Rolfe^602 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 7-17-48 

Davis, J. Wilton — 35 Jefferson Bldg., St. Augustine 9-10-47 

Davis, Jessie Clarice — 501 NE 26th St., Miami 1-13-47 

Davis, Johnnie P. (Miss) — Vero Beach 10-9-48 

Davis, Josephine — P.O. Box 829, Sarasota 9-15-47 

Davis, Lesley P. — Box 1912, Tampa 5-22-48 

Davis, Lorraine — 2172 NW 29th Ave., Miami 2-2-48 

Davis, Lucy S. — 342 1st Ave. No., St. Petersburg 8-4-48 

Davis, M. C. — 1009 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 36 9-20-48 

Davis, M. G., Jr.— 505 SW 8th St., Miami 3-28-47 

Davis, M. H. — Opa-Locka 11-18-47 

Davis, N. W.— Rt. 3, Box 351, Tampa 5 6-29-48 

Davis, Pansy — Box 223. Winter Park 2-18-47 

Davis, Philip M. — Box 1537, Sarasota 10-30-47 

Davis, Robert J. — 520 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 12-15-48 

Davis, Ruby C. — 2120 W. Gadsden St., Pensacola 6-26-47 

Davis, S. W.— 9528 N.E. Second Ave., Miami 10-25-47 

Davis, T. H.— 1016 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-27-47 

Davis, Valerie L. — c/o Emancipator Boat Co., Miami 2-14-48 

Davis, W. B., Jr.— 112 W. Base St., Madison 2-11-48 

Davis, Wallace E. — Box 471, Orlando 3-17-47 

Davis, William — 3104 Waverly Ave., Tampa 10-21-47 

Davison, S. Marcele — Box 893, Ft. Myers 2-21-47 

Davlin, Howard J.— 329 N.E. 29th St., Miami 9-27-47 

Davy, Elizabeth — c/o Sheriff's Office, Pensacola 10-21-48 

Dawsey, Mary W.— c/o Friday-O'Neal Furniture Co., Tampa 6-20-47 

Dawson, Margaret R. — 104 Sea Spray Ave., Palm Beach 1-26-47 

Dawson, Lucy K. — 1145 14th St. No., St. Petersburg 5-8-48 

Day, Cora L.— Rt. 1, Box 101, Palatka 3-13-48 

Day, Durward A.— c/o Roland Miller Chevrolet Co., Vero Beach 6-8-48 

Day, Gertrude— Box 313, Orlando 7-29-47 

Day, J. Maxie — 414 Westmoreland Dr., Orlando 11-12-47 

Day, J. W. — c/o Foley Carter Ins. Co., St. Petersburg 10-27-48 

Day, Lula B. — 123 N.E. Second Ave., Hallandale 6-28-47 

Day, Morris J. — Greenville 7-28-47 

Day, Robert G.— 1021-26th St. No., St. Petersburg 8-1-47 

Day, Walter M. — 320 Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach 1-15-48 

Day, Winifred — 1901 E. Osborne Ave., Tampa 11-5-47 

Days, Drew S.— 2806 29th St., Tampa 5 4-8-47 

Dayton, Orvil L.— Box 244, Dade City 6-5-48 

Dayton, Wm. E. — c/o Dayton Motors, New Smyrna Beach 1-20-48 

Deaderick, Alice— P. O. Box 627, Delray Beach 4-30-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA u. 429 



NOT ARIE S PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Deal, Ross— Box 234. Chipley 9-20-47 

Deale, C. M.— 1267 S.W. 22nd St., Miami 2-6-47 

Dean, Gladys — 2402 Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville 4-13-48 

Dean, Goble D. — 1101 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami ll-19-4'( 

Dean, James J.— 206 S.W. 8tli St., Miami 9-5-47 

Dean, R. E. — 312 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 11-10-48 

Deane, V. R. — 125 1st Ave. No., Jacksonville Beach 12-3-47 

Dearing, O. A.— Rt. 2, Box 241-A, Orlando 4-29-47 

Dearman, G. C. — Box 9043, Tampa 2-3-47 

Dease, Patricia W. — Quarters 190-A, MacDill Field, Tampa 2-18-48 

DeBell, Mabel P. — Box 362, Jacksonville Beach 1-17-47 

DeBerry, Wanette — Pompano Beach 9-27-48 

Deblinger, Murray— c/o New Pioneer Hotel, 151 N.E. 1st St., Miami 3-12-48 

DeBlois, Ruth Elizabeth— 809 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 6-9-47 

DeBordenave, W. L.^Box 1655, Ft. Myers 5-1-47 

DeBowes, Louis J. — 270 N.W. 72nd Terrace, Miami 7-31-47 

DeBra, Warren — c o Smith Engr. & Constr. Co., Pensacola 8-23-48 

DeBrita, Maurice — 7625 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-1-47 

DeCarteret, R. W.— 1816 N.W. 46th St., Miami 3-13-47 

DeCastro. Alejandro — Box 294, Tampa 11-19-47 

Decker, Bruce — P.O. Box 2189, West Palm Beach 6-19-47 

Decker, E. L.— 127 N.E. 27th St., Miami 7-17-47 

Decker, Frank C. — 214 Washington St., Gainesville 3-13-48 

DeCottes, Geo. A.— Sanf ord 1-8-48 

Deeb, Fred E. — Box 374. Tallahassee 7-14-48 

Deegan, Dave — Punta Gorda 8-18-48 

Deese, B. W.— Highway 90, Wellborn 10-21-47 

Deets, L. E. — 701 Morningside Dr., Miami Springs 1-10-48 

DePuccio, MicheUna— 1260 S.W. 2 Street, Miami 35 1-29-48 

Degoutrie, Henry G.— 9811 No. Miami Ave., Miami 38 3-27-48 

DeGraaf, Marie H.— 121 8th St. No., St. Petersburg 3-5-48 

DeGuehery, Paul— P.O. 1055, Pine Castle 5-15-48 

DeGuzman, Bernabe J., Jr., 2007'2 Mitchell Ave., Tampa 5-8-48 

D'Ferro, Urusla — 408 Duval St., Lake City 12-9-47 

Defenbaugh, Jo B. — P.O. Box 507, Ft. Myers 4-12-48 

DeFeo, V. Paul — Pompano Beach 9-22-48 

DeGaetani, America — 1005 Congress Bldg., Miami 32 10-6-48 

Dekle, C. S.— 232 Brent Bldg., Pensacola 11-6-47 

Dekle, Hal P. — c/o Shutts, Bowen. Simomns, Prevatt & Julian, Attorneys, 

Miami 3-24-47 

Dekle, L. L. — Box 66, Malone 1-27-48 

DeKowzan, Dana— 771 N.W. 79th St., Miami 7-14-47 

Delaney, Esther H. — 106 S.E. 13th Terrace, Dania 5-31-48 

Delaney, George F., Jr. — 101 W. Park Ave., Tampa 2-25-48 

Delaney, Louise — Box 757, Pahokee 3-3-47 

De la Torre, J. R.— 10 N.E. 3rd Ave., Room 421, Miami 7-16-47 

Delbridge, Frank E.— 67 N.E. 36th St., Miami 10-20-47 

Dell, Jacob H.— Route 2, Hollywood 9-24-47 

DeLoach, Harley — Box 305, Jacksonville Beach 6-11-47 

Des Roches, Addie R. — P.O. Box 543, Ft. Myers 3-9-47 

DeLong, Richard O. — 715 Ingleside Ave., Tallahassee 3-13-47 

Delmar, Walter— 7855 NE 2nd Ave.. Miami 38 2-16-47 

DeLoach, F. L.— Room 236, Thomas Bldg., Orlando 10-18-47 



430 REPORT OP SECRETARY OP STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

DeLoach, W. R. — Box 505, Punta Gorda 7-22-47 

deLozler, Jeanne — 2547 SW 13th St., Miami 12-3-47 

DeLucca, Philip R.— 170 NE 2nd St., Miami 7-27-47 

Delzangle, Mary E. — 104 S. Armenia Ave., Tampa 3-24-48 

DeMarco, Laurence — 119 Menores Ave., Coral Gables 8-25-47 

DeMaris, Helen L. — P.O. Box 177, Delray Beach 1-11-47 

DeMauro, Johanna — 1436 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 7-3-48 

de Montmollln, Clara — Rt. 8, Box 252, Jacksonville 9-23-47 

DeMott, Richard H. — Box 471, Winter Haven 7-16-43 

de Moulpled, Harriet — 2623 Jetton Ave., Tampa 5-17-47 

DeMoya, P. E. 14329 NW 27th Ave., Opa-Locka 11-17-47 

Dempsen, O. L. — 8O6V2 SE 2nd Court, Ft. Lauderdale 5-13-48 

Dempsey, Chas.- — Box 1480, Sarasota 12-31-48 

Dendler, Wm. D. — 119 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2-7-48 

Deneen, R. S. — 308 Congress Bldg., Miami 5-19-47 

Denham, G. O. — Box 206, Bartow 4-7-47 

Denison, E. O. — 204 S. 2nd St., Port Pierce 9-22-47 

Deniston, Dale R.— 1004 Ave. Y. N.W., Winter Haven 10-28-48 

Denmark, O. C. — 1498 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 3-20-47 

Dennison, F. V., Jr.— II4V2 E. College Ave., Tallahassee 7-21-47 

Denniston, Renee M. — c/o Butt & Akridge, Cocoa 9-17-47 

Densmore, C. K.^3313 San Juan St., Apt. No. 2, Tampa 6 2-18-48 

Denton, M. E.— 231 SW 12th St., Miami 12-20-48 

Denton, T. A. — Box 212, Frostproof 10-3-47 

DePamphilis, Alice M. — 3375 Bird Ave., Miami 33 2-1-47 

dePamphilis, S. Margaret— 47 Salamanca Ave., Coral Gables 1-9-48 

DePass, J. P. — 410 E. Church St., Jacksonville 2 10-10-48 

Deputy, R. E. — P. O. Box 21, Tallahassee 8-3-48 

Depuy, R. Jay — 390 NE 71st St., Miami 38 4-29-48 

Deriso, Evelyn — Box 415, Tampa 2 11-4-47 

DeRosier, Leo J. — San Antonio 3-27-47 

Derr, John R. — 1109 SE llth St., Fort Lauderdale 4-28-48 

Dershimer, K. M. — P.O. Box 317, Coconut Grove Sta., Miami 7-31-48 

DeSaulniers, G. — 900 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 5-10-48 

Desmond, Veva G. — P.O. Box 618, Port Lauderdale 9-5-47 

Detwiler, Winifred C. — 3206 Bay Vista, Tampa 2-6-48 

Deuber, Roland G.— 1st Nat'l Bk. Bldg., Tampa 6-10-47 

Deusser, Wanda — 628 N. Disston Ave., Tarpon Springs 10-14-47 

DeVane, May G. — 1003 E. Emma St., Tampa 8-14-47 

DeVaughn, Howard — Box 567, Jacksonville 5-8-47 

DeVeaux, Edna M.— 1431 NW Second Ave., Miami 36 6-2-47 

DeVenny. Sofia M.— P.O. Box 609, Plant City 8-29-47 

DeVogt, J. E.— 1200 1st St., Port Myers 10-28-48 

DeVore, Franklin P., Jr. — Box 2520, Jacksonville 3 3-24-47 

Dew, E. R., Jr.— 1411 Georgia Ave., West Palm Beach 6-19-47 

Dewell, Robert T.— P.O. Box 1105, Haines City 10-8-47 

Dewey, George D. — Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 3-18-48 

Dewey, Lyman — 652 Basswood St., Jacksonville 11-5-47 

Dewey, R. L.— P.O. Box 611, Ocala 2-9-47 

DeWinkler, Mildred L. — 473 N.E. 61st St., Miami 11-15-47 

DeWitt, Richard H.— 4602 Red Road, Coral Gables 3-26-48 

DeWitt, Ted— 223 E. 1st St., Jacksonville 12-29-47 

DeWolf, H. L.— Brandon 8-12-48 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 431 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Dews. Mabel L. — Box 28, Winter Haven 9-5-48 

Dexter, Worth, Jr. — Rt. 2, Box 223-C, Bayshore Dr., Sarasota 4-21-47 

Diamond, Chas. P. — Vero Beach 1-26-48 

Diaz, A. C— 1015 31st Ave., Tampa 1-28-48 

Diaz, Armando O.— 24 N.E. 9th St., Miami 11-25-47 

Diaz, Ralph — 1817 Cano Court, Tampa 2-5-47 

Dick, A. A.— 1788 SW 8th St., Miami 2-23-48 

Dickenson, Emily— 604 E. 4th St., Panama City 2-16-48 

Dickerson, E. Lucille— 4727 N.W. 6th Ave., Miami 9-7-48 

Dickert, P. B.— 87 N.W. 44th St., Miami 9-13-48 

Dickins, C. V.— 6IOV2 Florida Ave., Tampa 9-22-47 

Dickinson, Betty L. — 1206 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 8-17-48 

Dickinson, E. W. — c, o Tampa Elec. Co., Tampa 8-24-48 

Dickinson, Georgia — Box 177, Jupiter 10-29-47 

Dickinson, J. S. — 4218 Notter Ave., Jacksonville 3-22-47 

Dickinson, Marie — 218 Comeau Building, West Palm Beach 3-12-48 

Dickman, E. M. 3011 Vincent Rd., West Palm Beach 12-5-47 

Dicks, D. L., Jr. — 6017 Norwood Ave., Jacksonville 12-28-48 

Dickson, Arlie L. — 1402 Rensselaer Ave., Jacksonville 9-22-47 

Dickson, Chas. C. — Box 1259, Tampa 2-26-48 

Dickson, Edith P. — Box 152, Orlando 3-11-47 

Dickson, Prances M. — Box 2240, Jacksonville 8-17-48 

Dickson, R. P. — 613 Lake Ave., Lake Worth 9-4-48 

Diddell, Lois — 459 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville 4-7-47 

Didie, Dorothy B.— 143 N.E. 43rd St., Miami 37 1-26-48 

Didrence, J. J.— 457 N.E. 24th St., Miami 1-9-48 

Dieffenwierth, W. B.— 2310 21st St. S., St. Petersburg 7-3-48 

Diehl, Evelyn A.— 2322 S.W. 57th Court, Coral Gables 6-11-47 

Diekmann, Emanuel P. — 715 Bunker Rd., W. Palm Beach 8-23-47 

Dieter, Lenora E. — 4619 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 7-31-47 

Dietz, Prank — 1736 Palmetto St., Tampa 6-17-47 

Dighton, Samuel R. — Box 2928, W. Palm Beach 10-1-47 

Dill, G. E.— 5606 Central Ave., Tampa 12-13-48 

Dillard, Alice — c/o County Judge, Clearwater 3-5-48 

Dillard, Pern W — Box 1993, Orlando 10-11-47 

Dillard, Rozella E.— 1521 S.W. 9th St., Miami 9-26-47 

Dilley, Thelma — Avon Park, Box 638 9-24-47 

Dillman, Flo B. — c/o Foley-Carter, St. Petersburg 12-2-47 

Dillon, P. J.— 2709 S.W. 8th St., Miami 3-15-47 

Dimmitt, Larry Jr. — 603 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 7-22-48 

Dingee, Louise — 1160 NW 2nd St., Miami 9-20-47 

Dingee, O. Earl — 225 NE 25th St., Miami 37 5-13-47 

Dingle, Maryan E. — P. O. Box 1618, Jacksonville 7-12-47 

Dingus, W. H. — Box 273, New Port Richey 1-4-47 

Dinkins, Merle L. — 2529 Herschel St., Jacksonville 2-13-47 

Dion, Anne M. — c/o Allen B. Claire, Jr., Attorney-at-Law, Key West 2-4-48 

Dion, Eva G.— Box 911, Hollywood 2-19-48 

Dippy, Clara J. — Rt. 19, Box 216-A, Orlando 7-14-48 

Dismukes, Maurine S. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 7-16-47 

Distelhurst, John J. — 607 E. College Ave., Tallahassee 1-6-47 

Ditto, S. L. — Rt. 2, Fort Myers 8-11-48 

Dix, Helen H. — 706 Stovall Office Bldg., Tampa 2-1-47 

Dixon, A. L. — 74 Davis Boulevard, Tampa 2-8-47 



432 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Dixon, Colon — 700 NW 7th Ave., Miami 7-18-47 

Dixon, Dorothy A. — 2796 Shipping Ave., Miami 7-11-47 

Dixon, Edna — c/o Hillsboro State Bk., Plant City 4-5-47 

Dixon, Gladys — Box 105, Boca Raton 2-14-47 

Dixon, Hermoine — 511 Broadway, Daytona Beach 3-1-48 

Dixon, J. G. — 15 W. LaRua St., Pensacola 1-14-48 

Dixon, Louise S. — Duval County Court House, Jacksonville 10-15-47 

Dixon, Robert S. — 303 N. Highland Ave., Clearwater 2-8-47 

Dobbins, Carl Oscar — Box 157, Dunnellon 5-14-48 

Dobbins, L. G. — S. Florida Ave., Lakeland 9-6-47 

Dobbs, Inez M.— 1528 SW 1st St.. Miami 6-23-47 

DoBrocky, Ralph— 139 W. Davis Blvd., Tampa 7-17-47 

Dobson, Tom — Box 224, Gainesville 6-14-48 

Dockery, Cleda — 100 SW 12th Ave., Miami 2-7-48 

Dodd, Grayce E. — 15 NE 3rd St., Ft. Lauderdale 1-19-48 

Dodd, Leon N.— 188 NW 36th St., Miami 9-13-48 

Dodge, James— 1431 NW 56th St., Miami 10-4-48 

Doering, Carson A. — P. O. Box 391, Canal Point 3-10-48 

Doieg, Helen— 2996 SW 13th St., Miami 37 6-18-48 

Dolbow, Kathleen— Box 2799, Miami 17 3-24-47 

Dole, Irene — 714 Harwood Ave., Apt. 1, Orlando 2-20-48 

Dole, Maude H. — Terra Ceia 5-29-48 

Dolive, Louis S. — 27 W. Washington St., Orlando 11-29-47 

Dollar, Aldean L. — 7th Geodetic Control Sqrd., MacDill, Tampa 8-29-47 

Donald, Rex U. — 59 Attucks Court, Pensacola 4-8-47 

Dollar, J. A. — 8212 Mulberry Ave., Tampa 4 11-12-47 

Dollar, M. J. — 2923 Florida Ave., Tampa 3 10-4-47 

Dollison, Ellen M. — South Fern Park 3-29-48 

Donald, Margarette J. — 59 Attucks Court, Pensacola 11-6-48 

Donaldson, Beatrice — 1027 duPont Building, Miami 4-3-48 

Donaldson, Dorothy— 710 NW 64th St., Miami 11-26-48 

Donaldson, J. H.— 1700y2 9th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 1-2-47 

Donath, Mae H.— 1224 NE 15th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 7-14-48 

Donavan, Georgianna L— 2920 NW 11th Ave., Miami 37 3-14-48 

Donham, Dovie — 421 N. MacArthur, Panama City 8-23-47 

Dooley, Dolores — 141 NE 3rd Ave., Miami 11-22-48 

Donovan, Janet B. — 203 2nd Ave. S., West Largo 9-25-48 

Donovan, Kathleen M. — Anna Maria 10-20-47 

Dooner, D. L. — 1402 DeSoto Ave., Tampa 12-16-48 

Dooner, M. J. — 1517 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-22-47 

Doss, William D. — Quincy 2-3-48 

Dorlon, Robert E. — 250 SW 22nd Ave., Miami 7-24-48 

Dorman, Eleanor — 514 37th St. N., St. Petersburg 7-14-47 

Dormeyer, Pauline M. — 216 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 9-4-47 

Dorn, J. K. Jr. — 14 McAllister Arcade, Miami 9-30-48 

Dorn, Joseph K. — 14 McAllister Arcade, Miami 9-22-47 

Dorn, William H. — S. Old Federal Highway, Hallandale 7-28-48 

Dorsey, Louise B. — 1044 E. 12th St., Jacksonville 11-6-48 

Dorsey, R. D. — Box 1901, Miami 11 6-4-47 

Dorsy, Edgar M. — 411 E. Duval St., Jacksonville 9-16-48 

Dossey, Mary — 910 Anthony Road, Ocala ^ 5-28-48 

Doub, Millard L. — 4711 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 5 1-20-47 

Douglas, Dorothy — 311 Main St., Dunedin 6-22-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 433 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— f Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Daie Given 

Douglas, Mary W.— 700 Grace Ave., Panama City 4-23-48 

Douglas, Victor M.— 45 Davis Blvd., Apt. 5, Box 901, Tampa 3-29-48 

Douglas, Zack H.— 123 W. University Ave., Gainesville 10-11-47 

Douglas, Carl T. — 211 71st St., Miami Beach 5-6-47 

Douglass, Grace Wells— Box 38, Welaka 8-25-47 

Dow, Warren M.— 512 NW 5th St.. Ft. Lauderdale 3-24-47 

Dow, William E. — 909 Florida Ave., Tampa 1-11-47 

Dowd, Caroline B. — 2320 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 12-4-47 

Dowell, Joe F. — Box 2072, Tampa 9-3-48 

Dowdell, Silas A. — Keysville 5-18-48 

Dowling, George J.— 17 Locust St., St. Augustine 12-29-48 

Dowllng, J. M.— 8701 N. Willow Ave., Tampa 4 7-29-48 

Dowling, R. C. Jr. — 412 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 7-31-48 

Downey, Jeanette— 235 3rd St. S., St. Petersburg 10-7-47 

Downs. H. S. — 407 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 4-10-48 

Doxaras, Mae — 356 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 10-1-47 

Doying, Edna W. — c/o Baird Hardware Co., Gainesville 10-9-48 

Doyle, Doris Evon— 2821 SW 1st Ave., Miami 36 11-15-48 

Doyle, Eva — 72 Ave. B, Apalachicola 10-12-47 

Doyle, Harriet — 512 Seybold Building, Miami 12-29-47 

Doyle, Thomas J. — 2735 Forbes St., Jacksonville 11-15-47 

Dozier, Gertrude K.— 1515 Catherine Court, Jacksonville 11-24-47 

Dozier, R. M. — Fee Building, Fort Pierce 2-14-47 

Draa, Horace V.— Box 206, Belle Glade 12-13-48 

Drake, Don- — c/o Wiggins-Kingston Motors, Ft. Myers 10-11-48 

Drake. Kathleen — P. O. Box 711, Pensacola 8-4-47 

Drake, Watula~728 E. Laurel St., Ocala 9-25-47 

Draper, Howard W. — 3725 S. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale 12-9-47 

Draper, Jonnie E. — 1315 La Rua St., Pensacola 1-6-47 

Draper. Miles H. — Box 1772, Tampa 1 7-18-48 

Drebert. Martha Maxwell — Box 2799, Miami 17 7-21-48 

Drew, E. Harris— Drawer 670, W. Palm Beach 4-20-48 

Drexel, Gustave L. — 1676 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 39 10-15-47 

Driggers, Leola — RFD 1, Box 72, Wauchula 3-17-48 

Driggers, Lucille — Naranja. 5-5-48 

Driver, Anne D. — 300 W. University Ave., Gainesville 5-2-47 

Driver, J. R. — P. O. Box 4667, Jacksonville 8-13-47 

Droit, Lois M. — Court House, Sebring 7-7-47 

Drumb, Alberta J.— 711 N. Clara Ave., DeLand 1-18-47 

Drury — P. E. — c/o Hal Lynch Motors, Hogan & Union St., Jacksonville 10-22-48 

Drury, Maxyne — 801 Hervey Bldg., West Palm Beach 10-18-47 

Dryden, Sidney R. — 508 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm Beach 11-29-48 

DuBois, N. Leo — 1312 New Orleans, Tampa 1-31-48 

DuBose, Mary E.— 3101 NW 26th St., Miami 42 4-30-48 

Dubler. Sheldon— Pan Am. Bk. Bldg., Miami 32 7-1-47 

Duckworth, R. E.— P. O. Box 293, Orlando 11-10-48 

DuBose, George W.— 1688 SW 22nd St., Miami 12-31-47 

DuBose, W. O. — Box 663, Pensacola , , 11-16-47 

Dudding, Dorothy M.— 807 NW 20th St., Miami 9-24-48 

Dudley, A. I. (Colored)— 2211 19th Ave., Tampa 6-18-48 

Duerselen, H. A.— Box 2335, Orlando 10-5-48 

Duff, John M., Jr. — Green Heron Hotel, N. Miami Beach 3-13-47 

Duff, Thomas B. — 902 Biscayne Bldg.. Miami 7-1-48 



434 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Duffield, Dorothy — 2820 SW 3rd Ave., Miami 10-16-48 

Dugan, Auldon B. — 427 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 1-11-47 

Duggan, Chas. C.^1233 Donald St., Jacksonville 5 10-23-48 

Duggan, Dorthea C. — 1409 Windsor Place, Jacksonville 12-29-47 

Duggan, Thelma A. — 142 Madison St., Jacksonville 6-11-48 

Duggar, Jacqueline B. — 1300 15th St. N., St. Petersburg 8-19-48 

Duke, Audrey — 2613 4th Ave., Tampa 7-24-47 

Duke, J. A. — c/o Duchess Ice Cream Co., Tallahassee 4-17-47 

Dukes, B. H. — 947 S. Johnson Ave., Lakeland 5-15-47 

Dukes, J. E.— P. O. Box 307, Monticello 12-21-47 

Dukes, Sarah J. — P. O. Box 734, Lakeland 9-6-47 

Dulaney, H. H. — 411 41st St., Miami Beach 9-21-48 

Duley, Dorothy F. — 940 9th St. N., St. Petersburg 12-15-47 

Dulion, Violette R. — P. O. Box 711, Pensacola 8-16-47 

Dull, Hilda — Clermont 9-4-48 

Dumper, Gwen E. — 608 SW 9th St., Fort Lauderdale 6-24-48 

Duncan, Gladys — RFD 1, Box 46, Clearwater 3-20-48 

Duncan, Harry C. — P. O. Box 26, Gainesville 10-4-48 

Duncan, Juanita B. — 4015 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-17-48 

Duncan, Larry M., Jr. — 330 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 5-17-48 

Duncan, William L. — 4015 Florida Ave., Tampa 6-7-48 

Duncanson, Howard M. — 2202 Van Buren St., Hollywood 6-4-48 

Dundas, Evelyn — 605 Lincoln Rr. Bldg., Rm. 710, Miami B 4-24-47 

Dunham, Frank R. — 602 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg 8-27-48 

Dunlap, C. Wallace— 1226 NW 3rd Ave., Miami 1-18-47 

Dunlevy, Earl A. — SW 15th Ave. & State Rd. No. 84, Ft. Lauderdale 2-12-48 

Dunlon, A. H. — Box 1503, Jacksonville 6-3-48 

Dunn, A. L. — Chipley 3-22-48 

Dunn, E. H.— 512 Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 6-18-48 

Dunn, Ferol — P. O. Box 2481, W. Palm Beach 12-1-48 

Dunn, Henry— 5685 SW 8th St., Miami 5-5-47 

Dunn, James A. — 1215 duPont Bldg., Miami 12-30-48 

Dunn, Jean — 548 S. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale 9-2-47 

Dunn, Paul V.— 1280 NE 101st St., Miami 4-19-48 

Dunn, R. G. — 902 E. Robson St., Tampa 6-11-47 

Dunn, WiUiam P.— 9703 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 9-12-48 

Dunne, Grace H. — Rt. 1, Box 167, Miami 12-30-48 

Dunning, Florence B. — 114 W. Michigan Ave., Orlando 7-24-48 

Dunning, Matlna — Osteen 4-12-48 

Dunsford, Ensor R. — 100 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 10-15-48 

Dunwody, J. W.— 4675 SW 13th Terrace, Miami 34 11-20-47 

Duplissie, Barbara S. — General Delivery, Ponte Vedra Beach 4-22-48 

DuPont, Leda C. — Box 389 Hastings 9-22-47 

DuPree, G. C. — 903 Court House, Miami 7-21-47 

DuPree, I. M. (Colored l— Box 299, Miami Beach 39 5-19-47 

DuPree, Lily A.— P. O. Box 3254, Tampa 10-11-47 

DePriest, Robert H.— 705 W. Hillsboro St., Lake City 3-24-48 

Dupuy, M. Ruth — P. O. Box 125, Tampa 4-22-47 

Duquette, Arlene B. — P. O. Box 6210, Coral Gables 3-3-48 

Durbin, Hazel S.— 1333 Main St., Ft. Myers 4-20-48 

Durden, J. W. — 8 McAlUster Arcade, Miami 9-25-48 

Durkee, Louise H.— 913 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., Miami 7-1-48 

Durkin, Robert H.— Box 117, Little River Station, Miami 10-18-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Durrance, Francis M. — E. 6th St., Frostproof 8-27-47 

Durrance, G. C. — P. O. Box 695, Okeechobee 7-26-48 

Durrance, R. Barbara — P. O. Box 123, Gainesville 8-9-48 

Durrance, Vienna L. — P. O. Box 3385, Station F., Jacksonville 7-21-48 

Dusendschon, F. E. — 2101 Tigertail Ave., Miami 33 4-11-48 

Dutkin, Prlscilla F.— 104 NE 7th St., Miami 7-12-47 

Dutko, Marie T. — 406 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 4-12-48 

Dutton, Mary A.— P. O. Box 3100, Miami 30 7-7-47 

Duxworth, M. L. — 138 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 8-19-47 

Dwelle, Edward Jr. — 113 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2 12-29-47 

Dwiggins, Gertrude A. — Peoples Savings Bank, Lakeland 8-9-47 

Dyal, Joyce W. — P. O. Box 495, Ocala 11-6-47 

Dye, Betty J. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola 7.14.47 

Dyer, David W.— 1301 duPont Bldg., Miami 32 8-4-47 

Dyess, Bessie J. — P. O. Box 711, Pensacola 11-13-47 

Dyke, Edwina C. — 348 Park Ave. N., Winter Park 11-10-47 

Dykes, H. T. — Highway 441, Tavares 5-8-47 

Dykes, Jesse R. — 777 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 4-15-48 

Dykes, Marllu S. — Box 512, Cocoa 8-7-48 

Dyson, B. E. — 2355 Dennis St., Jacksonville 4 11-16-48 

Dyson, Elizabeth— 201 W. 17th St., Sanford 7-16-47 

Dyson, Thelma N.— 2018 Herschell St., Jacksonville 8-8-47 

Eady, Edwin B. — 13901 Gulf Blvd., Maderia B., St. Petersburg 12-6-48 

Eagan, Eleanor M.— 694 NE 76th St., Miami 38 11-17-48 

Earle, William P.— 442 NE 74th St., Miami 37 11-6-47 

Early. J. H. — 1103 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-20-48 

Earnest, Irene — 2116 W. LaRua St., Pensacola 12-13-47 

Earnest, R. Philip — 1621 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 11-20-47 

Eason, R. G.— Box 324, Ruskln 9-25-47 

Easterling, Mary P. — 111 Clarke Ave., Palm Beach 2-19-48 

Eastland, C. C. — Box 534. Pompano 12-1-47 

Eaton, E. W. — 529 E. Orange St., Lakeland 9-3-48 

Eaton, Earle — Rt. 1, Darlington 6-24-48 

Eaton, Pauline — 547^2 Morrill St., Sarasota 3-1-48 

Eaton, Virgil A.— 736 NE 81st St., Miami 7-9-47 

Eaves, Abigail V. — 1084 W. 20th St., Jacksonville 4 5-5-48 

Eayrs, Louise B. — 5008 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 6-11-48 

Ebbecka, V. F. — P. O. Box 115, St. Petersburg 11-27-48 

Ebert, Mary S.— II6V2 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 11-14-47 

Ebmeler, Ruth — 25 SW 2nd Ave., Miami 6-11-47 

Ebner, Earl V.— 219 S. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce 2-8-47 

Elbright, H. C. — Box 3100, Miami 3-24-47 

Eckfleld, Thelma H.— 127 NE 27th St., Miami 37 5-25-48 

Eckhart, Gertrude — 3761 Bird Rd., Miami 1-31-48 

Eckhof f , Helen— 1341 SW 6th St., Miami 5-26-47 

Eckles, Marge V, — 18 NW 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 8-2-48 

Eckman, Ellen V. — 6355 NW 7th Ave., Miami 8-20-48 

Eckman, Paul H.— Box 728, North Miami 1-19-48 

Ector, W. B.— 275 NW 2nd St., Miami 5-21-47 

Eden, Pauline — 7648 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-3-48 

Edenfield, Dorothy — 835 NE 15th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-12-47 

Edenfleld, E. R.— 4108 Azeele St., Tampa 3-22-48 

Edenfield, Fred H. — Box 268, Immokalee 8-13-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years I'rum Date Given 

Edgar, Katherine S. (Mrs.) — Box 43, Tarpon Springs b-11-48 

Edholm, Winifred — 3933 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 6-26-47 

Edmonds, V. M.— 1116 W. 13th St., Lakeland 11-17-47 

Edmondson, F. L. — 11 Myrtle, Green Covi Springs 12-12-47 

Edson, Maxine— 134 NE 51st St., Miami 2-18-48 

Edwards, C. E.— 1234 16th St. N.. St. Petersburg 4-4-47 

Edwards, C. E., Jr. — 708 15th St., West Palm Beach 5-24-48 

Edwards, Daisy K.— 2928 Grove St. S., St. Petersburg 2-28-47 

Edwards, Prances M. — Box 711, Pensacola 5-1-47 

Edwards, G. W.— Bascom 3-19-47 

Edwards, Gus C— 104 Willard St., Cocoa 2-12-47 

Edwards, James G.— 205 S. Houston St., Live Oalc 5-13-48 

Edwards, M. H., Jr.— Box 1000, Panama City 2-17-48 

Edwards, Margaret A. — 140 NE l.st Ave., Miami 12-31-48 

Edwards, Mary Biggs — 1651 Nocatee Drive, Miami 33 12-6-47 

Edwards, O. O. — Box "O", Cress City 1-10-47 

Edwards, Stuart W.— P.O. Box 5115, Jacksonville 7 1-26-48 

Edwardsen, Edward, Jr. — 123 Shoreland Arcade, Miami 1-25-47 

Egli, Thelma— 101 Ave. E. SW, Winter Haven 11-15-48 

Ehle, Thelma M.— 905 McBerry St., Tampa 9-27-48 

Ehrlich, Henry H.— 748 NW 51st St., Miami 1-12-48 

Eigenrauch, Faith C. — 4631 Astral Ave., Jacksonville 5 8-23-48 

Eiland, Woodrow W.— Box 7, Marianna 11-7-47 

Einig, C. H.— 25 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 3-5-48 

Eisele, Lillian A. — 3508 Dartmouth Ave., Tampa 5-10-48 

Eisenhart, Margaret B. — Atlantic National Bank, Jacksonville ,. 7-24-47 

Eiseman, Jack B. — 47 8th St. N., St. Petersburg 2-24-47 

Elam, J. S. — Box 47, Bradenton 4-12-47 

Elcook, Jeane — 2515 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 7-19-48 

Elder, Beverly G.— 1935 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 10-19-48 

Eldred, Quentin T. — 710-711 Ingraham Eldg., Miami 3-25-48 

Eldridge, Lettie B.— Rt. 5, Box 40-T, Orlando 6-24-47 

Elgin, Vivian Parks — 2709 Ridgewood Ave., Tampa 3 3-15-47 

Elkins, Albert C— 658 SW 8th St., Miami 1-20-47 

Elkins, J. T. — 3927 Main St., Jacksonville 5-22-47 

Elkins, O. Linton— Box 662, Haines City 4-9-48 

Elliott, Gene S.— 2927 Alline Ave., Tampa 6 10-20-48 

Elliott, Lynwood E.— 703 E. Ro.ss Ave., Miami 38 12-19-47 

Elliott, Miriam H.— Kent Manor Apts (No. 8), 247 NE 33rd St., Miami 11-5-48 

Elliott, Velva 1. — P.O. Box 788, Pahokee 1-8-47 

Ellis, Catherine S. — Box 987, Lake City 11-27-48 

Ellis, George L. — Box 48, Ocala 5-29-48 

Ellis, Geo. M.— 4550 Notter St., Jacksonville 4-3-47 

Ellis, James A. — 305 Masonic Temple Bldg., Jacksonville 2 9-16-48 

Ellis, John W.— Box 987, Lake City 9-2-47 

Ellis, Kennerly — 1460 Main St., Jacksonville 4-I7.47 

Ellis, Marie— P.O. Box 1585, Yukon 2-16-48 

Ellis, O. S. — Palmer Bank Bldg., Sarasota 7-7-47 

Ellis, T. D., Jr.— P.O. Box 6, Hollywood 4-3-48 

Ellis, T. J.— 610 Palmer St., Orlando 9-27-48 

Ellis, Thyra D. — 108 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2-13-48 

Ellis, W. H., Jr. — P.O. Box 1421, Pensacola 2-23-48 

Elliott, Norma — Box 711, Pensacola 4-10-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 437 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Ellison, Audrey Faye— 3301 SW 23rd St., Miami 9-18-47 

Elmore, Dorothy — Box 291, Buena Vista Station, Miami 9-30-48 

Elmore, Fred A.— 306 N. Main St., Orlando 9-17-47 

Elmore, H. J.— 1133 NW 66th St., Miami 1-15-47 

Elrod, Fred S. — P.O. Box 88, Marianna 8-27-47 

Elrod, K. A. — 1108 Florida Ave., Tampa 11-28-47 

Elsener, Emily C— Box 2095, Miami Beach 11--30-47 

Elvers, Frieda — 221 NE 3rd St., Miami 2-19-47 

Elwell, George T.— P.O. Box 2639, Tampa 3-1-48 

Ely, Ralph H.— Box 398, Winter Park 7-13-48 

Emanuel, Eliz G. — P.O. Box 591, Palatka 1-20-47 

Embry, Floyd R. — 410 Datura St., West Palm Beach 6-21-48 

Emerick, C. R. — 610 N. Orange Ave.. Orlando 1-30-47 

Emery, Alfred W. — 1107 Congress Bldg., Miami 32 2-3-47 

Emmaunel, Partick G. — 511 Florida Bank Bldg., Pensacola ...10-10-47 

Emory, J. L.— 258 NW 27 Terrace, Miami 37 11-29-48 

Englehardt, Theobald H., Jr.— 713-714 Olympia Bldg., Miami 32 11-5-47 

Englessberg, Burton — 566 NE 15th St., Miami 7-12-48 

England, A. J. — 400 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 9-15-47 

England, P. M. — 1215 Main St., Jacksonville 2-24-47 

Englander, Ben J. — 927 Lincoln R., Miami Beach 4-2-48 

Englander, Malvin — 311 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 7-19-47 

Engle, Robt. H.— 2531 4th St. N, St. Petersburg 3-20-47 

English, E. L. — 911 Pan America Bank Bldg., Miami 32 2-21-47 

English. James M. — Box 656, Williston 6-16-47 

English, Regina — 3752 Lake Ave., West Palm Beach 3-1-47 

English, T. F. — Box 1621, Ft. Lauderdale 2-17-48 

Engram, George W. — Box 2348, Daytona Beach 9-16-48 

Engram, Joyce B. — Box 2348, Daytona Beach 9-16-48 

Engstrom, Alph C. — 551 1st Ave. N, St. Petersburg 6-5-47 

Engstrom, H. E.— 259 NW 5th St., Miami 11-26-48 

Ennis, Bess — Box 1390, Miami 8 12-18-48 

Enns, Helen S.— Box 348, Fort Pierce 8-1-47 

Ensign, Walter C. — c, o Florida Title, Security Bldg., Miami 32 9-9-48 

Enstrom, Hugo C— 1136 SW 13th Ave., Miami 1-21-47 

Enzor, Mary Ruth — Box 505, Ocala 12-18-48 

Epperson, Ralph C. — 304 Main St., Jacksonville 7-16-47 

Epps, E. P.— 1131 W. 31st St., Jacksonville 11-23-48 

Epstein, Sam— 1828 Alton Road, Miami Beach 12-20-48 

Epstein, Theodore M. — 500 Seybold Bldg., Miami 1-16-48 

Enzian, Mina Virginia — Rt. 3, Box 320, Ocala 4-10-47 

Eppelin, H. L. — 1710 Naldo Ave., Jacksonville 10-9-47 

Epperson, C. C. — Box 31, Williston 3-3-48 

Epperson, Virginia D. — Box 35, Williston 6-20-47 

Epson, A. H.— 511 NW 33rd Ave., Miami 8-11-48 

Epstein, Leon A.— 1751 Washington Ave., Miami 32 1-14-47 

Epstein, Rose L. — 305 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach 1-30-48 

Epting, Diana — 641 Palermo, Coral Gables 7-26-48 

Erick, J. J.— 1016 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-2-47 

Erickson, Audrey — 1956 17th Ave., Vero Beach 1-19-48 

Erickson. Jno. A.— Box 605, DeLand 10-22-48 

Ericson, Edith M. — 1320 LaSalle St., Jacksonville7 2-19-48 

Errett, Russell H. — 424 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 5-14-48 



438 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Erstling, Julius H.— 2117 SW 19th Terrace, Miami 8-30-48 

Ervin, R. M. — 210 E. College Ave., Tallahassee 6-21-47 

Erwin, Annie M.— Rt. 3, Box 562, Lakeland 9-22-47 

Erwin, J. D., Jr. — 3605 Palmira, Tampa 8 ; 6-25-48 

Erwln, Zelda M. — 3641 Park Lane, Miami 33 1-16-47 

Esarey, Mary L. — 508 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm Beach 6-11-48 

Escalante, C. A. — 1210 26th Ave., Tampa 3-29-47 

Esloe, Louis— 4371 SW 1st St., Miami 34 1-16-47 

Estaver, Wm. A., Jr. — 710 Hogan St., Jacksonville 12-3-48 

Essex, M. — 441 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 39 4-26-47 

Estafen, Michael J. — 7215 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 8-18-47 

Estes, Wensel— Box No. 2216, Hollywood 2-22-47 

Estevez, A. B. — 1900 Jetton Ave., Tampa 6 1-2-47 

Estrada-Palma, Alyce — 1206 Madrid St., Coral Gables 3-3-47 

Estridge, L. L. — Box 895, Mulberry 12-29-47 

Etheredge, James T. — 417 Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville 11-25-47 

Ettinger, Philip— 972 W. Flagler St., Miami 6-4-48 

Etzler, J. W. — 2906 Florida Ave., Tampa 8-5-47 

Eubank, Florence C. — Box 1507, Daytona Beach 2-28-48 

Eubank, J. O. — Box 1507, Daytona Beach 7-10-47 

Eubanks, Harvard F. — 1005 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 5-11-47 

Eubanks, Wilma — 1216 Poppy Ave., Warrington 5-12-47 

Evans, A. J.— 1712 W. Flagler St., Miami 4-15-48 

Evans, B. W. — 106 W. Central Ave., Orlando 12-23-48 

Evans, Ben M. — 544 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 5-18-48 

Evans, Dorothy E. — 2175 5th Ave. N, St. Petersburg 11-8-48 

Evans, Ethel — 517 Gardenia St., West Palm Beach 11-8-48 

Evans, Frank T. — 1001 Fla. Nat'l Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville 3-2-48 

Evans, Helen B. — c/o J. D. Raye, Theatre Bldg., Jacksonville 6-12-47 

Evans. Juanita A. — 411 S. Missouri Ave., Lakeland , 1-8-47 

Evans, Mary A. — 1011-12 Langford Bldg., Miami 4-1-48 

Evans, Ollie L. — 325 La Villa Drive, Miami Springs 6-28-47 

Evans, Pauline H. — 540 Beverly Court, Tallahassee 2-28-48 

Evans, Richard M. — P.O. Box 135-A, Fort Walton 4-24-47 

Evans, Suzanne — 1101 V2 SW 13th St., Miami 3-24-47 

Evans, Waymon A. — 1023 W. Livingston St., Orlando 2-10-48 

Everete, Mario S.— 1426 E. Crawford St., Tampa 9-6-47 

Everett, George B. — 156 Michigan Ave., Daytona Beaph 10-5-47 

Everett, U. B.— 4519 SW 1st St., Miami 3-10-48 

Everette, James A. — 215 NW St., Lakeland 6-5-47 

Everiss, Richard E. — c/o Gulf Life Insurance Co., Jacksonville 5-20-48 

Everitt, A. T. — Box 26, Carrabelle 7-22-48 

Everitt, Florence— 261 NW 99th St., Miami 11-24-48 

Evernden, Marguerite S. — Box 1069, Miami 1-24-47 

Everritt, Pearl E.— 8 Hopkins St., Titusville 4-24-48 

Evers, Irene M. — 815 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 2-2-48 

Everton, Mary — Box 1024, Tallahassee 11-21-48 

Ewing A. E. — P.O. Box 358, Callahan 8-28-47 

Ewing, Aubrey K. — 1505 Hull St. S., St. Petersburg 2-28-48 

Ewing, Lillian T.— P.O. Box 2799, Miami 17 8-21-47 

Exley, Edith E.— 3111 Pearl St., Jacksonville 3-15-48 

Eytinge, Marjorie F. — 1922 Hendry St., Ft. Myers 8-14-47 

Ezelle, Curtis— Wauchula 12-13-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Ezzes, Harold — 426 Barnett St., West Palm Beach 8-9-48 

Faber, Marx — 412 Congress Bldg., Miami 7-3-48 

Fabing, William DeLos— 17 S.E. 10th St., Miami 2-16-48 

Fader, Lillie M.— 2201 Coral Way, Miami 12-18-47 

Fagan, C. M.— 3433 Main St., Jacksonville 4-3-47 

Fagan, Joseph W., Jr. — P.O. Box 411, North Miami 8-5-47 

Pagan, Osee R.— 229 East Arlington, Gainesville 1-26-48 

Fagerson, Doris A. — 810 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-22-48 

Fahringer, E. S. — 1631 Peachtree Circle, North Jacksonville 4-23-47 

Failde, Delia— 517 First National Bank Bldg., Tampa 8-23-48 

Fain, Florence — 130 Lakeview Ave., Winter Garden 4-13-47 

Fair, Lucile H. — 17 East Robinson Ave., Orlando 11-2-48 

Fairbanks, C. W.— Rt. 1, Box 324, Lutz 1-22-47 

Faircloth, E. A. — State Treasurer's Office, Tallahassee 12-17-48 

Faircloth, J. C, Jr. — Delray Beach 12-17-48 

Faircloth, Mabel— 307 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 10-26-47 

Flarcloth, W. R.— Box 611, Bonifay 8-9-47 

Falcones, A. F.— Box 5230, Tampa 3-2-48 

Falk, Louis— 412 Congress Bldg., Miami 4-5-48 

Fallat, Daniel A.— Biscayne Bldg., Miami 32 2-25-48 

Fallingant, Mary W. — 702 So. Oregon, Tampa 6 10-16-48 

Falls, Carolyn D. — Dade City 4-16-48 

Falsone, Isabel — 710 Lake Ave., Tampa 3-6-47 

Fancher, Ralph P. — Box 1128, St. Augustine 10-13-47 

Fann, Elizabeth— Box 173, St. Petersburg 5-8-48 

Fannin, Alma A. — 326 Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 1-4-48 

Paraldo, George J.— 2214 Seidenburg Ave., Key West 6-16-47 

Farley, Helen O. — Barnett Building, Jacksonville 12-3-47 

Farley, Nona C. — Box 487, Winter Garden 5-15-48 

Farmer, Charles M. — Box 2425, Tampa 4-13-47 

Farmer, Don L. — 1106 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 6-11-47 

Farmer, James D. — 5207 Central Ave., Tampa 3 6-19-48 

Farmer, M. S.— Box 368. Plant City 8-23-48 

Parmer, Mary G. — Box 112, Avon Park 2-10-47 

Farmer, Pauline M. — 315 11th St., West Palm Beach 7-9-48 

Farnsworth, Helen — Route 1, Newberry 8-21-48 

Parr, Eari D.— Box 635, Punta Gorda 9-11-48 

Farrar, H. P.— 404 Morgan St., Tampa 7-3-48 

Farrell, Mary F.— 1107 Postal Bldg., Miami 2-13-47 

Farrey, J. J. — c/o City of Miami Beach, Miami Beach 8-17-48 

Farrington, W. R. — Box 875, Winter Haven 9-19-47 

Farrier, J. Rex — 700 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 6-23-48 

Farris, Perry— 3400 N.W. 79th St., Miami 1-19-48 

Faulhaver, J. L. — Box 68, Buena Vista Station, Miami 3-18-47 

Faulkner, Helen L. — 227 E. Boundary St., Gainesville 2-23-48 

Paunce, Sanford S.— 4560 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach 12-12-47 

Fawcett, Clj'de W.— 1924 Harrison St., Hollywood 2-15-47 

Fawcett, Glldreth M. — 1719 Beach Drive, S.E., St. Petersburg 1-8-47 

Faxon, Eugene M.— 1967 N.W. 52nd St., Miami 12-30-48 

Fay, Martha S. — 60 Carrera St., St. Augustine 6-11-48 

Pay, Rhoda — c/o Ray Selden, Daytona Beach 8-14-47 

Featherstone, Jessie L.— 2161 N.W. 67th St., Miami 38 7-27-47 

Peatherstone, Leland B. — 226 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 3-19-47 



440 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Feder, Emanuel — 2185 S.W. 11th Terrace, Miami 35 9-3-48 

Fee, Frank — Box 231, Fort Pierce 1-7-47 

Feig, Dot — 529 W. Mallory St., Pensacola 12-22-48 

Peigert, Mildred C. — Office of Clerk of Court, West Palm Beach 10-3-47 

Fein, Joseph — 508 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 6-16-47 

Fein, Sylvia E.— Box 285, Chaseville Rd., Arlington, Jacksonville 1-18-47 

Feinberg, Harold N. — 208 Madison Bldg., Tampa 7-23-48 

Feiner, Raymond E. — Box HI, Miami Beach 8-2-48 

Feldman, Milton — 1456 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 12-20-47 

Feldman, William — 2119 S.W. 16th Terrace, Miami 8-30-47 

Felix, Hilda — 2909 Central Avenue, Tampa 5-9-47 

Feller, Lois T. — 1800 N. Miami Ave., Miami 36 9-8-47 

Fellows, E. M. — 210 So. Jefferson, Marianna 2-10-48 

Felson, Edgar M. — 322 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville 5-2-47 

Feltman, Ardee — 3710 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 5-6-48 

Pelts, Eva H.— Box 485, Palatka 10-2-47 

Fender, Alice Fisher — 700 Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 1-6-48 

Fender, Louise — 2123 Main St., Jacksonville 8-20-48 

Pendig. Chas. J. — Box 451, Tampa 5-15-47 

Fenn, Gertrude E. — 140 N. Federal Highway, Hallandale 9-8-48 

Fennel, Nick W. — 745 E. Carolina St., Tallahassee 11-20-47 

Fensterheim, Davld~1845 Taylor St., Hollywood 4-16-48 

Fenton, Michael J. — 835 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 11-3-47 

Feratenberg, Anne — 415 N.W. 43rd St., Miami 5-15-47 

Ferebee, Clement — 310 Fourth St., Pensacola 8-25-47 

Ferguson, Alice M. — 1712 W. Main St., Leesburg 1-11-47 

Ferguson, Christine L. — 2736 Florida Ave., Tampa 5-31-47 

Ferguson, Dorothy — 1010 E. Brainard St., Pensacola 3-29-47 

Ferguson, Fairby Ann — 309 East Third St., Ocala 4-7-47 

Ferguson, Homer L. — Homosassa 5-17-47 

Ferguson, Margaret T. — Box 4850, Jacksonville 2-4-47 

Ferguson, Vernon — 524 W. Princeton St., Orlando 3-6-48 

Ferkin, Fannie— 1830 N.W. 93rd St., Miami 12-8-47 

Fernandez, Elvira — 1207 20th Avenue Tampa 5-17-47 

Fernandez, John T. — 2701 N. Howard Ave., Tampa 7 10-18-47 

Fernandez, Manuel J. — 1917 Walnut St., Tampa 2-16-48 

Fernandez, Margaret Louise — Box 2191. Tampa 12-8-47 

Fernandez, Ralph — 2518 Laurel St., West Tampa 1-24-47 

Fernandez, Rudolph A. — 2701 N. Howard Ave., Tampa 7 10-2-47 

Perran, Carl L. — 21 Bay St., Eustis 5-19-48 

Perrara, Molly — Box 5183, Tampa 9-27-48 

Ferrell, Ettiedean — 424 South Pleasant St., Gainesville 7-20-48 

Ferrell, Grace D. — 1548 May St., Jacksonivlle 9-7-48 

Ferrell, O. R.— 2403 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 1-30-48 

Perretti, Louise M. — 642 N.E. 82nd St., Miami 2-25-48 

Ferreyra, Don E. — Box 681, Homestead 6-20-48 

Ferris, Robert E.— 930 S.W. 17th St., Ft. Lauderdale 11-22-47 

Ferry, Ellen B. — 1720 Connecticut Ave., St. Cloud 4-22-48 

Fetter, E. P.— Mutual Life Bldg., Jacksonville 3-6-47 

Feuer, W. I.— 309 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 8-14-48 

Pewox, Joseph I.— 2650 N.W. 36th St., Miami 10-7-48 

Picarotta, E. J.— 2708 19th St., Tampa 5 5-4-47 

Fldalgo. Olga M.— 2202 Mitchell St., Tampa 7-7-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 441 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Give?i 

Field, lone L. — 556 Palmetto Drive, Miami Springs 9-24-47 

Fields, A. L. — Box 65, Winter Haven 4-12-48 

Fields, Cyrus W.— 113 East Lafayette St., Tampa 10-16-48 

Fields, Joseph — 411 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach 6-21-48 

Fields, Katharine M.— Rt. No. 4, Box 62, Miami 10-28-48 

Fields, Louise D. — Box 526, Clermont 9-2-47 

Fields, Peggy — Hotel Edward, Collins Avenue at 10th Street, Miami Beach. . .11-29-47 

Filer, Warren D.— 475 N.E. 89th St., Miami 9-22-48 

FiUion, Bernard L. — 1000 Lake Forest Blvd., Jacksonville 8 12-6-48 

Filson, Edith — 1913 South Orange Avenue, Sarasota 12-27-47 

Finberg, Edna B. — 621 Jefferson St., Miami Beach 1-6-47 

Finch, Mack — 222 West 15th St., Panama City 2-6-48 

Fincher, Mary F.— 521 S.W. 6th St., Miami 11-10-47 

Findley, Sofia E.— City Hall, Coral Gables 11-22-47 

Findon, Georgia C. — P.O. Box 311, Lake Wales 8-7-47 

Fink, B. E.— 45 Coral Way, Coral Gables 7-16-47 

Fink, George — 1215 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach 7-29-48 

Fink, Herbert I. — 305 South Gomez St., Tampa 4-2-47 

Finke, Ruth — 1409 E. Hillsboro, Tampa 10-11-47 

Finley. C. J. — P.O. Box 1908, Orlando 10-15-48 

Finney, Grace — c/o Bisbee-Baldwin Corp., 1124 Barnett Bank Bldg., 

Jacksonville 4-5-48 

Finnie, Muriel — 3763 Lakeview Avenue, St. Petersburg 6-21-47 

Finnie. Rose E.— 345 N.W. 3rd St., Miami 9-2-47 

Firman, Helen E. — 51 N.W. First St., Miami 3-8-47 

Firtel, Irving — 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 12-8-48 

Firth, Bernard E., Jr.— c/o Ruth K. Firth, 1231 South McDuff Ave., 

Jacksonville 10-21-47 

Firth, Ruth K. — 1035 Elder Lane, Jacksonville 7 6-9-47 

Fischborn, W. A.— 620 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-12-47 

Fischer, Harold J. — 236 N. Delaware Avenue, DeLand 9-23-48 

Fischer, Louis E. — 1980 NW 27th Avenue, Miami 2-8-48 

Fischer, Mary Louise — 6235 N.W. 6th Avenue, Miami 38 10-20-47 

Fischer, Thelma T. — 45 North Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 8-5-47 

Fish, George — P.O. Box 745, Jacksonville 7-22-47 

Fish, Harry — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Box 711, Pensacola 8-7-47 

Fish. Woodrow W. — 2526 Rosselle St., Jacksonville 1-13-47 

Fishback, G. B. — 11 Rutland Bldg., Orlando 3-8-48 

Fisher, Alexander W. — 94 All States Court, St. Petersburg 9-24-48 

Fisher, B. R. — Perry 2-25-47 

Fisher, Emily S. — 3124 Marlin, Tampa 6 1-20-48 

Fisher. Gene S. — 1220 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 36 10-24-47 

Fisher, John G. — 1211 North Ocean Drive, Hollywood 4-14-48 

Fisher, Libby S.— 961 W. 48th Street, Miami Beach 5-22-48 

Fisher, Lily M. — 927 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 6-6-47 

Fisher. Robert W. — First National Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-1-48 

Fisher, Verda M. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 10-11-47 

Fishkind, Joseph S. — P.O.Box 2813, Tampa 5-11-48 

Fishier, Herbert Wm. — Box 754, Pernandina 4-26-47 

Fishman, Arthur — 1809 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 12-27-48 

Fisk, Margaret B. — 109 East Pine St., Orlando 10-2-47 

Fiske. Delia B.— Box 422, Haines City 11-25-47 

Fite, Kathleen— P.O. Box 1785, Miami 9-2-47 



442 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Fitzgerald, A. W.— Rt. 1, Box 116, Oxford 12-14-47 

Fitzgerald, Howard — Page Field, Box 617, Ft. Myers 3-31-47 

Fitzgerald, Ruth S. — 818-17th Avenue South, St. Petersburg 10-25-47 

Fitzgerald, W. J.— 933 N.E. 197th St., Miami 5-5-48 

Fitzpatrick, Joseph — 3170 S.W. 8th St., Miami 12-2-48 

Fitzpatrick, W. J.— 2143 N.W. 18th St., Miami 7-31-47 

Fitzsimmons, Charlotte R. — LaBelle 5-30-47 

Fiveash, Mary E.- — 523 North Green St., Marianna 3-10-47 

Flaherty, Anna M. — Box 2071, Tampa 1 4-26-47 

Flaherty, James B. — 1321 Sorolla Avenue, Coral Gables 8-2-47 

Flak, Robert W. — P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers 4-22-48 

Flake, Zelma H. — Box 402, Hastings 9-16-48 

Plammer, R. B. — 709 Franklin St., Tampa 7-13-48 

Flanagan, Kathryn S. — P.O. Box 5135, Atlantic Beach 1-8-48 

Flanders, Virginia — 608 East Francis Avenue, Tampa 10-2-48 

Flavell, A. D.— 204 South Albany, Tampa 6 10-21-47 

Fleenor, G. W. — Room 12, Boydston Bldg., Lake Worth 10-9-47 

Fleetwood, Jane — Box 813, Tallahassee 5-28-47 

Fleming, Katherine A. — 302 W. Central Avenue, Winter Haven 12-11-47 

Fleming, Wilda— 700 N.E. 140th Street, North Miami 4-26-48 

Flemming, Ella K.— 2371 S.W. St., Apt. 3, Miami 2-28-47 

Fletcher, Mary C. — 901 East Lemon St., Lakeland 10-8-47 

Fletcher, Ralph L. — 140 N.E. 1st Avenue, Miami 4-16-47 

Fletcher, T. J.— O'Brien 10-13-47 

Fletcher, Tom O. — c/o James Nemec, Harvey Bldg., West Palm Beach 1-2-47 

Flett, J. H.— Office 1160 West Flagler St., Miami 7-7-47 

Flinn, Jean — 320 S.E. River Drive, Ft. Lauderdale 4-10-47 

Flippen, Naomi Frances — 1500 N. Ferncreek Ave., Orlando 2-10-47 

Flippo, R. D. — Box 708, Daytona Beach 11-14-47 

Florea, P. S. — 719 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 10-25-47 

Florrid, Lester W. — 424 N.E. 11th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale 9-13-47 

Flowers, Dorothy R. — Box 506, Punta Gorda 9-9-47 

Flowers, G. A. — c/o Joseph Hartman, C.P.A., 307 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville.., 8-31-48 

Floyd, Catherine — Box 537, Apalachicola 1 1-8-48 

Floyd, Marguerite — Route 2, Box 144-C, Tallahassee 12-17-48 

Floyd, Marion G. — Box 3582, Orlando 3-12-48 

Floyd, Robert L.— 1005 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 2-22-47 

Pluck, Linton A.— Box 1632, North Miami 1-30-47 

Flynn, Mayme W. — 28 S. Coates St., Daytona Beach 12-1-48 

Flynn, Patrick J. — 9532 Harding Avenue, Miami Beach 7-3-47 

Flynn, Viola— Montverde 12-13-48 

Flynn, William F. — Indian River Drive, Ankona 10-10-47 

Fogarty, Geraldlne B.— 431 N.E. 35th St., Miami 5-28-48 

Fogarty, Minnie — c/o Hensley Ins. Co., 314-315 Tampa Gas Bldg., Tampa... 2-4-48 

Fogle, Lewis H., Jr. — 403 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 4-14-47 

Poland, Mildred G. — 919 Bradshaw Terrace, Orlando 8-21-47 

Poland, R. C— 317 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2 4-17-47 

Follett, Patricia R.— Box 306, No. Miami Beach 3-22-48 

Polmar, Lily K. — Bonif ay 1-18-47 

Folsom, Burton E.— 1357 SW 8th St., Miami 12-1-47 

Folsom, Earl G. — 709 E. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 4-6-48 

Folsom, Grace — 501 Broad Street, Marianna 2-16-17 

Folsom. Irene E.— 1702 DuPont Bldg., Miami 8-15-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 443 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Fontaine, Bertha — 8600 E. Dixie Highway, Miami 12-24-47 

Poor, Sam— P.O. Box 1786, Jacksonville 8-29-48 

Ford, B. E.— 214 S. Oleander Ave., Daytona Beach 9-8-48 

Ford, B. R.— 201 West Main St., Lakeland 6-27-47 

Ford, Emma Garrard — 509 West New York Ave., DeLand 1-10-48 

Ford, Inez L. — 1919 North Myrtle Ave., Jacksonville 11-24-47 

Ford, John P.— P.O. Box 3821, Miami 3-15-47 

Ford, Mildred G. — 328 S. Lake Avenue, Avon Park 1-30-48 

Ford, Raymond E. — Fla. Bank Bldg., Ft. Pierce 9-27-48 

Ford, Robert J.— 126 N.E. 6th St., Miami 9-5-47 

Ford, Sam — 1005 Main St., Daytona Beach 6-28-48 

Fordyce, R. A. — 1061 South Seccess Avenue, Lakeland 8-16-47 

Foreman, Lewis J.— 222 W. Lafayette Street, Tampa. 3-14-47 

Forguson, M. E. — 400 Palmetto Avenue, Sanf ord 2-10-47 

Forrest, H. P.— 829 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-6-47 

Forrest, Lester— 1060 NW 20th St., Miami 2-2-48 

Porsling, Charlotte E.— 2454 S.W. 10th St., Miami 10-6-47 

Forsyth, Leona E. — 809 N. Poinsettia Avenue, West Palm Beach 3-4-48 

Forsyth, Vonceil F. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 4-17-47 

Fortman, Frank H.— 52 N.W. 6th St., Winter Haven 11-29-48 

Fortner, H. L.— 560 NE 34th St., Miami 4-2-47 

Fortson, L. Constance — P.O. Box 1306, Fort Myers 7-26-48 

Fortson, N. H. — 1611 E. Cayuga St., Tampa 5 4-9-47 

Foshee, Paulyne — c/o Hon. Claude L. Gray, Box 453, Orlando 4-7-48 

Foster, Annie Laura — c/o Caldwell & Parker, Box 669, Tallahassee 10-11-47 

Poster, Martha H. — 4602 Manchester Rd., Jacksonville 7-10-48 

Foster, Olive N. — c/o Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, Box 1111, 

Ft. Myers 2-23-48 

Foster, Roland J. — 600-16th St. North, St. Petersburg 9-3-48 

Foster, Ruth S. — 1428 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach 12-16-48 

Potou, Helen D. — 25 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-4-48 

Foulk, Anne Polk — Box 476, Hometsead 4-7-48 

Fountian, M. T. — DePuniak Springs 4-1-47 

Pouraker, Harry R. — 3541 Plum Street, Jacksonville 10-1-48 

Fowler, Dorothy H. — 2305 Watrous Avenue, Tampa 5-3-47 

Fowler, Giles P. — 5000 Nebraska Avenue, Tampa 12-17-47 

Fowler, Irene — 5000 Nebraska Avenue, Tampa 4-16-47 

Fowler, J. C— 306 Water St., Tampa 2-7-47 

Fowler, Laurette O. — Box 160, Lake Park 7-3-47 

Fowler, Nellie H.— P.O. Box 1008. Winter Haven 9-11-47 

Fowler, Ruth B. — 139 N. Evans St., Gainesville 10-28-47 

Fox, Elsie — Box 121, Jacksonville Beach 2-4-47 

Fox, Frances G. — 1st Federal Bldg., West Palm Beach 3-10-48 

Fox, Ida Lou C— 1920 Magnoha Avenue, Sanf ord 10-20-48 

Fox, Lewis A.— Box 221, Oklawaha 12-2-48 

Fox, Louis L — 2921 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach 8-16-48 

Pox, Mamie E.— Box 552. Ocala 5-22-47 

Francis, Harold L.— 512 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami 1-30-47 

Francis, L. M. — P.O. Bin No. 2, Stuart 4-2-48 

Prancke, P. J. — P.O. Box 71, Sarasota 11-21-47 

Franco- Velez, Josephine — 8405 N.W. 24th Avenue, Miami 10-29-48 

Francois, Florence M.— 2045 NW 36th St., Miami 37 5-25-48 

Frandsen, Prank E.^205 South Miami Avenue, Miami 10-8-47 



444 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOT ARIE S PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Franey, Vivienne B. — P.O. Box 1380, DeLand 11-15-48 

Frank, E. W. — 3055 Cecelia St., Jacksonville 5 12-6-47 

Frank. Helen F. — 818-17th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 3-11-48 

Frank, Sophie G. — 3925 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 3-19-47 

Prankel, Natalie — 1853 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 2-8-47 

Frankenberg, J. H. — Box 479, Jacksonville 12-1-47 

Frankforther, June — 1381 N.W. 52nd St., Miami 2-18-47 

Franklin, Cornelius M. — 36 West Pine Street, Orlando 11-24-48 

Franklin, Deneise — 4000 North Miami Avenue, Miami 11-30-48 

Franklin, J. M. — 814 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 2 1-23-47 

Franks, Annie — 285 N.W. 81st Street, Miami 6-7-48 

Fraser, Donald L. — 1510 Capri Street. Coral Gables 9-20-47 

Prasure, I. J., Jr. — Box 396, Pahokee 11-15-48 

Prazee, L. J. — 711'/2 Twiggs St., Tampa 3-6-47 

Frazier, Alethia B. — 1842 Venus Avenue, Jacksonville 2-2-47 

Prazier, Bettye G. — 2972 S.W. 31st Avenue, Miami 33 4-16-47 

Frazier, Ernest E. — 1127 Sixth Avenue West, Bradenton 3-3-47 

Frazier, Helen C. — 1631 Michigan Avenue, Miami 7-10-47 

Prazier, Joseph W., Jr. — P.O. Box 2110, Tampa 4-24-47 

Prazier, Vivian L. — Middle River Trailer Park, Ft. Lauderdale 5-7-48 

Frederick, Alfred A.— 1030-4th St. N., St. Petersburg 12-11-48 

Frederick, Preda M. — Box 1551, Orlando 11-4-47 

Prederitzi, Isabel — 8040 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 38 5-8-47 

Fredrick, Harlow G., Jr. — 118 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando 10-15-48 

Free, Edwina T. — 731 Arlington Avenue, Orlando 11-26-48 

Freed, Charles J. — 1873 West Flagler St., Miami 9-29-48 

Freel. B. H. — 1536 Isabel Court, Tallahassee 10-8-47 

Freeman, Carrie L. — Box 5026, Daytona Beach 7-15-48 

Freeman, Lenora — 514 Rosary Road, Largo 10-13-48 

Freeman, M. C. — 4903 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami 11-4-48 

Freeman, Mabel J. — c/o Maher & Corbett, Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-28-48 

Freeman, Marie — Pla. State Improvement Com., P.O. Box 149, Tallahassee 6-3-47 

Freeman, R. D. — 2833 St. Johns Avenue, Jacksonville 2-15-48 

Freeman, Sally M. — 1743 Washington Street, Hollywood 11-26-48 

Freeman, W. A., Jr. — 608 Tampa Street. Tampa 3-11-48 

Freeman, Walter M.— 2727 N.W. 79th St., Miami 2-5-48 

Freeman, Wilna C. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Box 711, Pensacola 3-23-48 

Freer, G. Estelle— 2290 NW 36th St., Miami 12-8-47 

Preimeyer, E. P. — P.O. Box 272, Rockledge 2-18-47 

French, D. C— St. Andrews 4-19-47 

French, Dexter S. — Katzentine & Grambling, 924 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., 

Miami 8-9-47 

French, Edw. S. — Box 6, Belleview 5-13-48 

French, Esther— c/o Gill-McCulIey, Inc., 212 Main St., Sarasota 10-8-48 

French, Grace L. — Box 240, Longwood 2-5-48 

French, L. H.— Box 14, Graceville 11-17-47 

French, Mary R.— 413 N.E. 28th St., Miami 6-20-47 

French, Olive — 4004 Miramar Way South, St. Petersburg 5 7-25-47 

Frenkel, Clara B.— Box 867, Tallahassee 2-29-48 

Prenkel, J. E.— P. O. Box 1746, Pensacola 3-15-47 

Fresh, J. L.— 1748 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 36 6-24-17 

Presnaeda, Florence — P.O. Box 546, New Smyrna Beach 3-11-47 

Freund, Helena N. — P.O. Box 207, Lantana 6-9-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 445 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Freyer, Evelyn — 409 S. Federal Highway, Dania 7-3-48 

Fricke, Edith L.^Atlantlc National Bank, West Palm Beach 7-15-48 

Friday, John E. — c/o Rader Properties, Box 487, Belle Glade 7-7-48 

Priedland, Mary Lydia— 2728 NW 3rd St., Miami 35 11-28-48 

Friedman, Bert — 602 Professional Bldg., Miami 7-16-48 

Friedman, Nathan L. — 1714 Jetton Avenue, Tampa 3-27-48 

Friedman, Shirley I. — 1910 S.W. 17th Terrace, Miami 1-9-47 

Friedman, William— 1818 SW 11th Terrace, Miami 6-28-48 

Friedwald. Abe— 935 Second St., Miami Beach 1-20-48 

Fripp, H. M.— 407 Jackson St., Tampa 2 1-9-48 

Frisbee, L. R.— 668 NW 62nd St., Miami 38 6-7-48 

Friscia, Peter — 600 South Oregon Avenue, Tam.pa 7-8-48 

Frizzell, Pattie B.— Murdock 6-16-47 

Froats. J. Evan — 620 Times Buliding, St. Petersburg 2-28-48 

Froid, Elma— 720 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 1-4-47 

Froscher, N. T.— 1628 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami 35 3-12-47 

Frost, Myrtle— Box 463, Boca Raton 8-25-48 

Fuchs. Jacob — 2120 Marjorie Avenue, Tampa 12-22-47 

Fugate, D. O. — Box 127, Boca Grande 5-12-48 

Fujarek. Mildred — c/o Safety Insurers Agency, Inc., Bt)X 2799, Miami 7-6-48 

Fulkerson, Lowell— 3189 S.W. 8th St., Miami 1-9-48 

Fullenwider, Patricia — 50 West Flagler St., Miami 5-28-47 

Fuller. Charlotte E.— 1157 S.W. 5th St., Miami 11-15-47 

Puller, W. E.— 1688 S.W. 22nd St., Miami 9-29-47 

FuUerton, Henry B.— 548 N.E. 70th St., Miami 5-30-47 

Fulton, William R. — 74 Sanford St., St. Augustine 5-27-48 

Furman. Sari L. — 116 Beacon Blvd., Miami 4-3-48 

Furr. Wm. R. — 3009 Harbor View Avenue, Tampa 9 9-9-48 

Fusillo. Paul — Legal Building, Clearwater 11-26-47 

Futch, Alfred E. — c/o Duval Motor Co., 1005 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville... 12-7-48 

Fuqua, Nelda— 833 Seventh St., Palmetto 9-5-47 

Fyock, Dorothy M. — 3836 Notter Avenue, Jacksonville -..10-22-47 

Gable, E. E. — 323 North Palmetto St., Gainesville 10-28-48 

Gabor. Frank— 1019 NW 15th St., Miami 7-31-47 

Gage, John M. — 207 Lemon St., Lakeland 10-25-47 

Gage, Raymond W.— Box 3005, Jacksonville 12-1-48 

Gagnon, Herbert J. — 511 N.E. 6th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale 4-30-48 

Gaines. C. W. — c/o Concrete Aggregates Corp., Box 1255, Miami Springs.... 4-10-47 

Gaines, Edythe Adams — 1200 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 5-26-47 

Gaines, Ida C— 14144 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 6-11-48 

Gainey. Eva — 127 Main St., Pahokee 10-2-47 

Gaito, Josephine M. — 1690 Alton Road, Miami Beach 11-17-47 

Galatis, Ted P.— 500 N.E. 15th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-17-48 

Galbut. Hyman P.— 228 Fifth St., Miami Beach 9-27-48 

Galiardi, Josephine — 1718 N.E. First Court, Apt. 1, Miami 10-2-48 

Galione, Frederick F. — 8260 Byron Avenue, Miami Beach 11-1-48 

Gallacher, Marvel H. — 502 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 2-1-47 

Gallagher, J. H. — Box 3533, Peninsula Sta., Daytona Beach 5-16-48 

Gallagher, James J. — Box 944, Miami 9-5-48 

Gallena, Frances G. — P.O. Box 511, West Palm Beach 7-10-47 

Gallian. George— 303 North Westland. Tampa 6 6-24-48 

Gallian. P. P. — c/o Wood-Hopkins Contracting Co., 518 Phelps St., 

Jacksonville 9-17-47 



446 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Galloway, J. O.— Hosf ord 6-5-47 

Galvin, Thomas — 644 15th St., Miami Beach 7-21-48 

Galvin, WiUiam F. — 687 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 6-27-47 

Game, Paul — Box 2417, Tampa 1 11-6-47 

Gamel, William S.— Box 394, Eau Gallie 3-12-48 

Gandy, Douglas W. — Corner Ocean & Dixie, Boynton Beach 5-10-48 

Ganger, Bernice — c/o Hydro Gas Co. of West Pla., 2511 West Cervantes St., 

Pensacola 10-8-48 

Gano, Estelle S. — c/o Clem's Auto Supply Co., 936 West University Avenue, 

Gainesville 9-27-47 

Gans, N. H.— 907 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 35 10-3-48 

Gant, David R.— Webster 5-16-47 

Gantt, Frances — 204 South Second St., Ft. Pierce 7-19-47 

Ganzel, June — c/o Central Title & Trust Co., 28 E. Central Ave., Orlando 3-18-48 

Garcia, Antonio — P.O. Box 4336, Tampa 7 8-25-47 

Garcia, C, Jr. — 1139 Ellamae Street, Tampa 8-8-47 

Garcia, Frank B. — Box 75, Neptune Beach 4-5-48 

Garcia, Gladys V.— 916 12th Avenue, Tampa 7-2-47 

Garcia, Marie — 2709-lOth St., Tampa 1-16-47 

Garcia, Max — Duval County Engineer Office, Court House, Jacksonville 9-11-47 

Gardhouse, Olive— 929 N.W. 42nd Street, Miami 37 3-24-47 

Gardiner, C. H. — II8V2 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 2-12-47 

Gardiner, H. R.— 2169 S.W. 12th S., Miami 35 7-14-47 

Gardner, Carl — 429 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 10-8-48 

Gardner, Dorothy H.— Box 1103, Sarasota 8-19-47 

Gardner, Isabel — 710 First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-7-47 

Gardner, Joe E. — 29 South Court St., Orlando 4-2-47 

Gardner, Marguerite A.— 4838 NW 12th Place, Miami 1-6-47 

Gardner, Ona C. — 416 Basswood Street, Jacksonville 7-23-47 

Gardner, Weston T.— 6464 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-10-48 

Gardner, Winifred C— Box 174, Winter Garden 11-24-48 

Garilli, Dolores L. — 1504 N.E. First Court, Miami 8-12-47 

Garland, Mary J. — 537 First Avenue North, St. Petersburg 3-17-48 

Garland, Nellie L. — 816 South Calhoun Street, Tallahassee 8-23-48 

Garlock, Wilma P.— 617 W. Colonial Drive. Orlando.! 1-8-47 

Garman, Irene B. — P.O. Box 122, Edgewater 2-9-48 

Garner, Sibyl A.— P.O. Box 981, Tampa 1 7-29-48 

Garnett, Russell R. — Box 385, Miami Springs 9-27-47 

Garrett, B. L.— 2106 Harrison St., Orlando 2-23-48 

Garrett, Barbara J. — 1423 Line Street, Leesburg 6-13-47 

Garrett, Hannah C— 632 NE 85th St., Miami 12-22-47 

Garrett, Mattie L.— Box 135, MlUigan 10-5-48 

Garrettson, Burnett C— 2311 S.W. 24th St., Miami 5-7-48 

Garrick, Eva Barrs — c/o Bainbridge Richardson Co., Jacksonville 9-6-48 

Garrlga, A.— 2137 Union St., Tampa 7 9-12-48 

Garrison, L. O. — Fulton Loan Serv. Inc., First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Tampa 2-14-48 

Garrison, Sanford C— RFD No. 1, New Port Richey 4-29-48 

Garrison, William H. — 905 Augusta Street, Lakeland 2-28-48 

Garthright, Nell W.— 500 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 6-18-47 

Gartner, Edna — 1024 Park Street, Jacksonville 5-26-47 

Gartrell, Loretta M.— 417 N.E. 38th St., Miami 12-4-48 

Garvey, Clifford C— 2841-8th St. South, St. Petersburg 5-3-47 

Garvey, James A., Jr.— 1301 Gallano Avenue, Coral Gables 11-29-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 447 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Gasaway, Robert W. — c o Aetna Finance Co., 100 East Adams St., 

Jacksonville 12-15-47 

Gascoyne, Peter — 426 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables 5-6-48 

Gaskill, C. S.— Houser Company, First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Miami 32 10-23-48 

Gaskin, Ruth— 4000 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 7-19-47 

Gaskin, W. Bruce— Box 113, Deerfield Beach 7-17-48 

Gasper, Virgil F.— 5416 N.E. 1st Court, Miami 2-9-47 

Gassner, Walter S. — Box 553, Route 2, Ridge Road, Largo 9-25-48 

Gates, Earl E. — 1500 SW 45th Avenue, Coral Gables 3-3-47 

Gates, Frederic W. — 58 Ninth Street North, St. Petersburg 5-15-48 

Gates, Harley D. — Federal Highway at 3rd, Boca Raton 7-28-47 

Gates.' Harry — c/o Keen & O'Kelley, Tallahassee 10-28-47 

Gathrlght, W. M.— Box 944, Tampa 1 2-10-47 

Gatlin, R. D.— 3032-A St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 10-11-48 

Gato, Eloina M. H.— 1426 Van Phister St., Key West 8-3-48 

Gattman, Gladys M. — c o Hillyer and Lovan, Box 371, Jacksonville 10-28-47 

Gauldin, W. H., Jr.— 939 Main Street, Sarasota 1-30-47 

Gault, Gladys R. — Rt. 3, Box 285, East Hyde Park Ave., Sarasota 6-1-48 

Gause. Amelia C. — P.O. Box 374, Tarpon Springs 9-18-47 

Gay, Howell L. — 1225 E. Strong St., Pensacola 6-28-48 

Gayle, Margaret M.— 144 N.E. 91st St., Miami 7-16-48 

Gayle, Mildred F.— 219 N.W. 34th Terrace, Miami 4-19-47 

Geary, Ella S.— Box 4314, Jacksonville 8-28-47 

Geary, Michael J. — Box 1271, Miami 4-5-47 

Gee, Emily M. — Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville 4-2-47 

Geeslin, L. E., Jr.— 143 N. Main St., Orlando 3-19-47 

Geduldig, Harry— 220 S.W. 64th Ave., Miami 11-18-48 

Geier, Marion Sias — 112 Park Ave. S., Winter Park 7-8-48 

Geiger, Elisabeth A. — 1211 Line St.. Leesburg 11-14-48 

Geiger, John W. — 811 W. Jordan St., Pensacola 10-22-48 

Geiger, M. Lucile — C/ o Samuel W. Getzen, Gainesville 1-29-47 

Geise, J. F. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 8-21-47 

Gelder, Harris H.— 5950 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 5-3-47 

Geldner, Martin G. — 1202 Maryland Ave., St. Cloud 10-9-47 

Geller. Helen — Box 1516-E Rt. 4, Tampa 7 10-3-47 

Geller, Minna H. — 1029 May St., Apt. 2, Jacksonville 4 12-4-48 

Gemar, Reta W. — 1316 High St., Leesburg 5-16-47 

Genet, Martin— 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 7-1-48 

Genrich, D. R. — Box 1150, Ft. Myers 6-2-47 

Gentil, Leonard — 2350 S.W. 32nd Ave., Miami 33 6-10-48 

Gentry, W. H. — 11 E-Intendencia St., Pensacola 9-25-48 

George, Margie E...317 W. Oak St., Arcadia 7-7-47 

George, Rose M. — Ingraham Building, Miami 9-15-48 

Gentry. Elizabeth — Box 942, Tallahassee 11-18-48 

Gentry, Irene— 2667 Forbes St., Apt. No. 1, Jacksonville 9-28-48 

Gentry, J. R. — Box 590, Bartow 5-24-48 

Gerlach, Lewis M. — 909 N. Greenway Dr., Coral Gables 11-15-48 

Gerow, Charlotte— 845 21st Ave. No., St. Petersburg 5-29-47 

Gershman, Reba— 320 W. 25th St., Miami Beach 6-11-48 

Gershon, Pauline — 1002 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-18-47 

Gertler, Charles— 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 2-23-48 

Gesell, Elizabeth M.— 204 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 37 3-1-48 

Getzen, Annetta— 1702 Barnett Bldg.. Jacksonville 1-16-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Getzen, J. C, Jr. — Bushnell 2-10-47 

Getzen, Samuel W. — 13 Vldal Bldg., Gainesville 10-31-47 

Getzen, T. H.— Box 642, Dade City 10-9-47 

Geus, Mary B. — 3127 Lowell Ave., Jacksonville 3-5-48 

Geyer, Jack— 42 N.W. 10th St., Miami 7-28-47 

Gheer, Virginia C— 223 Hogan St., Jacksonville 11-24-48 

Giacoumis, Louis P. — 202 E. Peachtree St., Lakeland 10-7-48 

Gibbons, Gunby— 918 First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Tampa 1-30-48 

Gibbons, Louise H. — 2913 SW 35th Ave., Miami 11-1-48 

Gibbons, Myron G. — 918 First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Tampa 9-11-47 

Gibbons, Sam M.— 918 First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Tampa 9-25-47 

Gibbs, Delbridge L. — 1001 Pla. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 3-22-47 

Gibbs, Elizabeth— 108 Line St., Melbourne 6-22-47 

Gibbs, M. G.— Box 808, Winter Haven 12-27-47 

Gibbs, Marguerite A. — 324 Bates Ave. S.E., Winter Haven 10-1-47 

Gibson, Barbara — 1701 Tyler St., Hollywood 10-2-48 

Gibson, Clyde— Box 59, Bartow 2-27-47 

Gibson, Ellis — Box 59, Bartow 2-27-47 

Gibson, Henry K. — 510 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 8-14-48 

Gibson, Jas. B., Jr. — 5OIV2 Franklin St., Tampa 7-24-47 

Gibson, Melba W.— P.O. Box 1630, Miami 7-11-47 

Gibson, Robert H. — Box 56, Avon Park 3-18-48 

Gibson, Ruth M.— 134 SE 1st Ave., Miami 32 1-30-47 

Gibson, Thelma — Box 914, Bartow 5-8-48 

Gibson, Thomas W.— 146 Ave. "B" SE, Winter Haven 5-6-47 

Giddens, L. H.— 7908 13th St., Tampa 4 4-30-48 

Gidney, Morris J.— 2490 N.W. 36th St., Miami 9-18-47 

Gilbert, A. H.— 3619 NE 5th Ave., Miami 8-23-47 

Gilbert, Clara— 1352 NW 33rd St., Miami 4-17-47 

Gilbert, Gertrude Runge— 709 Palmetto Ave., Sanford 12-11-47 

Gilbert, Harry C— 325 Magnolia Ave., Orlando 10-15-47 

Gilbert, Marvin L.— RFD No. 1, High Springs 8-28-48 

Gilbert, N. C— 322 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 4 11-5-47 

Gilbert, Pearl — 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-5-48 

Giles, Evangehne- 913 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., Miami 32 12-12-47 

Giles, H. M.— 415 Lake St., Orlando 2-9-48 

Giles, Sally R.— 4172 Douglas Rd., Miami 33 9-25-47 

Gill, B. G.— 1111/2 King St., St. Augustine 11-1-47 

Gill, Helen S.— Rt. 1, Davie (Ft. Lauderdale) 9-4-48 

Gill, Roberta— 1409 duPont Bldg., Miami 3-6-47 

Gilleland, Ellen M.— 909 Atlantic Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 5 2-4-48 

Gilleland, George F.— Box 1069, Miami 6 6-9-47 

Gillen, Joseph E.— 312'/2 Twiggs St., Tampa 12-15-47 

Gillen, T. J.— 260 NE 79th St., Miami 10-28-48 

Gillen, William A.— 1002 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 3-10-48 

Gillentine, Walter E.— 2835 SW 37th Court, Miami 9-20-47 

Gilles, Ada Blanche— 310 S. Bronough St., Tallahassee 12-13-47 

Gillespie, James P.— 6342 SW 8th St., Miami 34 6-4-47 

Gillispie, Virgiina— 116 Langford St., Ft. Meade 8-21-48 

Gillespie, Harold— 100 W. Jefferson St., Orlando 6-1-47 

Gilley, Florence G. — 602 Pine St., Clearwater 7-2-47 

GlUis, David S.— 2660 Castillo Place, Ft. Lauderdale 2-9-48 

GilUs, James M.— Box 428, Marianna 3-17-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Gillish, Frank— 314 6th St. N., Jacksonville Beach 8-6-48 

Gillman, Louis — Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 10-28-48 

Oilman, Neva L. — 386 Hibiscus Ave., Palm Beach 10-4-47 

Oilman, Samuel O. — Room 304, 10 NE 3rd Ave., Miami 10-22-47 

Oilmore, Gladys A.— 1176 NW 46th St., Miami 4-10-47 

Gilmore, Henry P. — 616 Celery Ave., Sanford 8-25-47 

Oilmore, Mae H. — 14 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 1-21-47 

Gilmore, R. O. — P.O. Box 2145, Pensacola 9-8-48 

Gilmore, W. Howard — 535y2 4th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 2-4-48 

Gilmore, William J. — 1435 Oreenridge Rd., Jacksonville 7 3-22-48 

Oinbey, Glen F.— Rt. 1, Box 355, Hollywood 4-14-47 

Ginex. Carolina D. — 2502 14th Ave., Tampa 5 2-22-47 

Ginn, M. E.— P.O. Box 632, Winter Haven 12-28-48 

Ginn. Mary A.— 2487 SW 33rd St., Miami 33 3-14-48 

Ginsberg, Joseph — 134'/2 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach '2-1-47 

Gioia, Rosemary — 4250 SW 8th St., Miami 34 7-24-48 

Girard, C. A. — 411 W. 28th St., Miami Beach 9-28-47 

Girard. N. O. 3221 NE 2nd Ave.. Miami 5-24-47 

Girl, P. P. — Box 649, Pensacola 4-16-47 

Girtman. Grace Ellen — Box 732, Leesburg 7-2-47 

Girvin, Georgena — Everglades Club, Palm Beach 4-16-47 

Givens, Rosa B. — 134 Osceola Ave., Sebring 3-28-47 

Glackmeyer, Mrs. Marie A. — 2594 Post St., Jacksonville 3-11-47 

Oladney, O. L. — 5803 Florida Ave., Tampa 5-5-47 

Gladstone, Elizabeth — 242 22nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 6-7-48 

Glaeser, William A. — 3012 Angeles St., Tampa 1-21-48 

Glaser, David — 501 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 10-3-47 

Glasow, H. J. — 103 Brevard Ave., Cocoa 6-9-48 

Glass, Martiele— 1848 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 6-4-47 

Glasser, Herman H. — 527 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 39 5-18-48 

Olasser, Louis — 344 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami 10- 18-48 

Glazier, M. H. — P.O. Box 115, St. Petersburg 10-18-48 

Glenn, Vera — 518 West Chase St., Pensacola 3-13-47 

Glenn, Virginia H. — Box 324, Belle Glade 1-16-48 

Glenton, June W. — Port Pierce, Florida 7-8-48 

Olickstein, Joseph M. — P.O. Box 164, Jacksonville 1 5-8-47 

Glickstein, Joseph M., Jr. — P.O. Box 164, Jacksonville 1 9-17-48 

Glisson, C. E.— 1010 NW 10th Court, Miami 3-7-47 

Gllsson, Ernest L. — 3727 Orlando Circle, Jacksonville 8-27-48 

Glisson, James K. — Box 4. Palatka 3-20-48 

Glisson, Louise P. — 1030 Brandywine St., Jacksonville 1-9-47 

Glover, Archie — 306 Broad St., Milton 5-12-48 

Gloverdance, Elizabeth B.— 1283 N.W. 55th St.. Miami 38 9-6-47 

Gluck. John D.— 1083 N.W. 64th St., Miami 38 12-6-48 

Gobel, Elizabeth McAvoy — 5430 NW 4th Ave., Miami 2-6-47 

Gober, P. C— 3323 N.W. 9th Ct., Miami 11-15-48 

Godbee. Roy E.— 1011 Walnut St., Jacksonville 6 6-10-47 

Godbold, T. W., Jr.— 101 S.W. 1st St., Miami 1-20-47 

Goddard, Carey P. — Box 406. Gainesville, Fla 6-13-47 

Godfrey, Marjorle— 1147 Highland St. S.. St. Petersburg 8-11-47 

Godley, Carolyn H.— 1522 SW 16th St., Miami 2-10-47 

Godwin, A. L. — 340 Brent Building, Pensacola 10-28-48 

Godwin. Beulah B.— 11390 NE. 8th Ave., Miami 38 12-28-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Godwin, Garnet M. — 2824 South Dixie, West Palm Beacli 6-30-47 

Godwin, Geneva — 203 W. Cayuga St., Tampa 9-25-47 

Godwin, Irene K. — P.O. Box 3513, Orlando 8-18-47 

Godwin, James H. — 418 West Brainard St., Pensacola 8-15-47 

Godwin, Leroy — 310 N. Duval St., Quincy 10-18-47 

Godwin, Warren B. — Box 72, Hastings 8-21-47 

Goedert, A. H., Jr. — 2135 Forest St., Jacksonville 4-12-48 

Goehner, Mabel B.— 961 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 3-15-47 

Goelitz, C. S. — 8504 Huntley Ave., Tampa 8-4-47 

Goetz, Helen E.— P.O. Box 2381, Hollywood 12-15-47 

Goewey, Ida S. — 507 Jones Professional Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-2-48 

Goff, Nancy W. — 5th Floor Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 2 8-20-48 

Goff, Wilmer C— West Lake Wales, RFD No. 1, Lake Wales 5-11-48 

Goguen, Joseph A. — 7720 N.W. 8th Ave., Miami 8-27-48 

Gold, Ethel Gate— 730 SE 9th PI., Hialeah 8-25-48 

Gold, Louis J. — 601 89th St., Miami Beach 3-17-47 

Gold, Margaret — 1014 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 32 11-14-47 

Goldberg, Alex S. — 521 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables 34 2-27-47 

Goldberg, Bertha — 625 42nd St., Miami Beach 11-4-47 

Goldberger, Herbert F.— 7037 N.E. Second Ave., Miami 38 7-30-48 

Golden, Mildred D. — 476 23rd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 12-8-47 

Golden, S. J. Grady— 316'/2 Franklin St., Rm. 201, Tampa 10-11-47 

Golden, W. K.— Graceville 2-3-48 

Golding, Harry— 1040 N.W. 15th St., Miami 8-9-47 

Goldsmith. E. D.— 115 W. Central Ave., Orlando 12-19-47 

Goldsmith, Guy L. — 823 Seybold Building, Miami 1-13-47 

Goldstein, M. W. — Buckman Bldg., Jacksonville 8-5-47 

Goleman, Dwight A. — 520 Palencia PI., Lakeland 5-31-47 

Golightly, Lora — Melbourne 7-21-48 

Goll, Florence A.— 237 N.W. 102nd St., Miami 10-30-48 

Gomel, Walter J.— 1922 Roosevelt St., Hollywood 10-11-48 

Gonday, Helena E. — P.O. Box 1030, Orlando 10-25-47 

Gontz, Anne — 610 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 6-14-48 

Gonzalez, Alfredo — 1301 S.W. 13th Ave., Miami 35 10-22-47 

Gonzalez, Edward M, — 1910 Kathleen St., Tampa 7-31-48 

Gonzalez, Gilbert— 2015 8th Ave., Tampa 6-16-47 

Gonzalez. Henry R. — 1124 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 2-5-47 

Gonzalez, Manuel — 320 E. Frances Ave., Tampa 4-3-48 

Gonzalo, Lucie— 1817 14th Ave., Tampa 2-10-47 

Good, Claretta E. — 1006 Langford Bldg., Miami 32 7-9-48 

Goodbread, Reginald Verne — 1218 9th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 1-9-47 

Goodell, Margaret Lasley — Kissimmee 10-23-48 

Gooding, Gladys — 4212 Tacon St., Tampa 6 4-7-47 

Goodloe, Dora P. — Box 2532, West Palm Beach 12-31-48 

Goodman, Dena T. — 2325 W. 5th Ave., Miami 9-1-48 

Goodman, I. D. — Box 4460, Jacksonville 4-4-48 

Goodman, Lillian B. — c/o Fred Paradise, 275 N.E. 79th St., Little River 

Station, Miami 2-17-47 

Goodman, Max — 1305 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 12-10-47 

Goodman, Murray — 1725 Calais Drive, Miami Beach 6-24-48 

Goodman, Paul R. — 3401 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton 11-14-47 

Goodman, Samuel A. — Box 207, Miami Beach 39 10-21-47 

Goodman, Samuel D. — 6236 S.W. 10th Terrace, Miami 34 7-15-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 451 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Goodrich, D.— 792 N.W. 19th St., Miami 8-23-48 

Goodrich, H.— 435 N.E. 121st St., Miami 38 3-11-48 

Goodson, Celia M. — Box 1019, Jacksonville 3-27-47 

Goodwin, David — 1030 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 11-15-48 

Goodwin, Herman — 577 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 3-17-47 

Goodwin, John D. — Box 425, Crescent City 7-9-47 

Goodwin, Lois M. — 1117 N. Palafox St., Pensacola 10-18^47 

Goodwin, Nancy — 202 Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 8-21-47 

Gootee, N.— 4612 12th Ave. So., St. Petersburg 8-21-47 

Gordon, Charlotte A.— 553 Ohio Ave., Sarasota 11-28-47 

Gordon, Edward J. — Box 9268, Tampa 4 3-27-47 

Gordon, Emily A. — 116 S. Coates, Daytona Beach s 4-20-47 

Gordon, Erminnie— 2510 W. Flagler St., Miami 9-29-48 

Gordon, George William — P.O. Box 1, Oceanway 7-24-48 

Gordon, Harry — 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 39 12-27-47 

Gordon, J. C. — 5372 Tulane Ave., Jacksonville 6-29-48 

Gordon, James — 2453 N.W. 7th St., Miami 10-20-47 

Gordon, Lillian— 971 S.W. 3rd St., Apt. 3, Miami 11-21-47 

Gore. Seth L.— 426 S. Clara Ave., DeLand 12-14-47 

Gorman, P. C. — Box 322, Leesburg 6-17-47 

Gosser, Frank I. — 212 Shoreland Arcade, Miami 32 7-6-47 

Gossett, Katherine — 1332 S.W. 21st Terrace, Miami 4-5-48 

Gottlieb, Irving J.— 819 Seybold Bldg., Miami 2-27-48 

Gottschalk, Adeline K. — 257 Beacon Blvd., Miami 10-30-48 

Gough, Esther W. — 1012 N. Federal Highway, Hollywood 4-2-48 

Gougler, Rose Marie — c/o Claude Nolan, Inc., Jacksonville 12-14-48 

Gould, Kathleen S.— P.O. Box 177, DeLand 5-19-47 

Gourley, Jennie R. — 311 E. Main St., Lakeland 4-7-48 

Gouwens, G. W.— 2160 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami 36 6-17-48 

Gower, WiUiam K.— 4642 10th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 7-6-48 

Goyen, Elaine — c/o Green-Keyes-Vanderpool Agency, Inc., Biscayne Bldg. 

Miami 2-3-47 

Goyen, Harry— 1111 N.W. 22nd St., Miami 12-9-47 

Grace. David R. — 264 1st Ave. No., St. Petersburg 12-7-48 

Grace, Geo. J. — 909 Cotton St., Graceville 8-1-47 

Grace, John Lewis — 1413 N.E. 4th Court, Ft. Lauderdale 1-22-47 

Grace. Margaret E. — 2362 Ridgewood Rd., Jacksonville 7 8-7-48 

Grace, Richard C. — 1520 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach 7-22-48 

Graddy, Roberta D.— 46 N.W. 98th St., Miami 38 12-15-48 

Grady, George — High Springs 10-18-48 

Grady, Ruby — Box 532, Marianna 2-14-47 

Graffam, Wm. E.— 2910 N.W. 88th St.. Miami 8-27-48 

Graham. Dorothy M. — Box 231, Pahokee 8-16-48 

Graham, Edward— 5112 S.W. 8th St.. Miami 12-11-48 

Graham, G. G. — P.O. Box 113, North Miami 7-7-47 

Graham. H. B.— 1005 Seybold Bldg.. Miami ' 1-9-48 

Graham. Isabel — 1920 Maraville Dr., Ft. Myers 3-10-47 

Graham, John — 2811 San Rafael, Tampa 6-15-48 

Graham. Kate P. — 525 Espanola Way, Miami Beach 11-13-48 

Graham, L. William — 316 N. Palmetto, Gainesville 7-19-47 

Graham, Mamie D. — Box 4877, Pensacola 6-25-48 

Graham, P. J. — Alcoma Arcade, Lake Wales 3-8-48 

Graham, Terry — 1105 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 32 10-20-47 



452 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Graham, W. S. — 514 E. Norfolk St., Tampa 7-8-47 

Grahel, H. L. — 1501 Barrancas Ave.. Warrington 8-6-47 

Grainger, Gwendolyn — Wauchula 7-30-47 

Grainger, Wm. C— 518 W. Main St., Wauchula 10-7-48 

Gramling, W. Sanders — 924 duPont Bldg., Miami 32 8-9-47 

Graney, Mabel — 3 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 7-31-47 

Grannone, Prank R. — 48 N.E. 86th St., Miami 12-28-48 

Granoff, Ben — 1348 S.W. 21st Terrace, Miami 7-13-48 

Grant, E. A. — Bascom 3-4-48 

Grant, Irene — c/o Forest Hills Country Club, Miami 9-19-47 

Grant, Wilbur Cecil^Box 3128, Daytona Beach 9-21-48 

Grantham, H. C. — 607 Whiting St., Tampa 3-2-48 

Grantham, Lena W. — 511 Palmetto Ave., Plant City 7-18-47 

Graves, Alice — Box 843, Panama City 5-8-47 

Graves, Alta — 2102 Ponce de Leon Circle, Vero Beach 1-27-47 

Graves, Bernice M. — 12420 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami 3-19-48 

Graves, Cecyle E. — Box 396, Inverness 2-23-48 

Graves, Clarence E. — 420 Sunshine St., Jacksonville 12-2-47 

Graves, Cornelia M. — 725 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 2-17-47 

Graves, David A.— 3041 Grand Ave., Miami 33 6-11-48 

Graves, Frances E.— 3153 N.W. 27th St., Miami 10-27-48 

Graves. G. E., Jr.— 941 N.W. Second Ave., Miami 10-16-48 

Graves, James A. — 13th Fla. Pan American Bldg., Miami 6-21-48 

Graves, M. T.— 53 S.E. 7th St., Miami 6-2-47 

Graves, Mary E. — 316 13th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 2-11-48 

Graves, Robert F. — 1921 Rodmant St., Hollywood 11-5-48 

Graves, S. A. — P.O. Box 821, Bartow 10-20-47 

Gray, Bennie G. A. — 218 E. Gonzalez, Pensacola 1-5-48 

Gray, Bessie K. — Parole Commission, Capitol, Tallahassee 5-24-48 

Gray, Elwyn H. — c/o Woods Fuel Oil Co., Orlando 11-22-47 

Gray, Frances M. — c/o Raymond and Wilson, Box 3606, Daytona Beach 7-12-48 

Gray, G. Wayne — Box 1494, Orlando 10-6-47 

Gray, Henry L.— Ill E. Main St., Gainesville 10-10-47 

Gray, J. H. Grant— 4710 19th St. No., St. Petersburg 1-30-48 

Gray, Leila — Box 903, Vero Beach 1-19-48 

Gray. Natalie L. — 1040 15th St., Miami Beach 4-2-48 

Gray, Ruth E. — 3215 Lenox Ave., Jacksonville 2-27-48 

Graybill, M. R. — P.O. Box 64, Tampa 4-15-48 

Greathouse, Hope — c/o Dayton, Dayton & Dayton, Dade City 10-21-48 

Greco, Josephine S. — 2203 N. Blvd., Tampa 10-11-48 

Green, Aida S. — 6203 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 10-8-47 

Green, Alfred A. — 430, Daytona Beach 1-11-48 

Green, Alonzo Frank — Box 2005, Gainesville 10-22-48 

Green, Floyd — Box 106, Starke 9-9-47 

Green, Gerald R. — 3480 Main Highway, Miami 33 2-26-48 

Green, Helen O. — 1010 N. 12th Ave., Pensacola 7-24-48 

Green, J. C— RFD No. 3, Jay 4-12-47 

Green, Jack M. — Lewis State Bank Bldg., Tallahassee 4-23-47 

Green, John Marshall — Munroe & Chambliss Nat. Bank Bldg., Ocala 5-14-47 

Green, Margaret^DeFuniak Springs 3-18-47 

Green, Marvin C— Box 164, Baldwin 6-23-48 

Green, Myrta E.— 1920 River Oaks Rd., Jacksonville 7 3-27-48 

Green, R. L.— P.O. Box 585, Quincy 2-8-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 453 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Green, Roy D. — 1200 Holly Ave., Sanf ord 3-6-47 

Green, Simon C. — 202 Hector Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 5-21-47 

Green, Thomas — c, o U. S. Veterans Hospital, Lake City 1-31-48 

Green, W. F. — DeFuniak Springs 9-15-47 

Green, Williamette S. — 305 S. Main St., Ocala 12-10-47 

Green, Wilson, Jr. — 15 E. Central Ave., Orlando 7-15-48 

Greenan, Heliece— 206 E, Columbus Dr., Tampa 1-23-48 

Greenawalt, Charles E. — 705 Madison Ave., Tampa 4-5-48 

Greenberg, Allan — 6416 S.W. 10th Terrace, Miami 6-5-48 

Greenblatt, Judith — 1550 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 6-5-47 

Greene, B. E. — P.O. Box 1019, Orlando 8-26-47 

Greene, Bessie M. — Box 269, Live Oak 8-14-48 

Greene, Doris F. — Rivera Bldg. No. 5, 2432 E. Las Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 9-30-48 

Greene, Frances Y. — 550 S.W. 10th St., Miami 12-20-48 

Greene, Ira P.— 170 N.W. 42nd St., Miami 5-22-47 

Greene, Irene C. — Rt. 1, Box 8-A, Pompano 3-22-47 

Greene, Joseph T. — 458 1st Ave. No., St. Petersburg 4 10-11-47 

Greene, Louis— 1958 N.W. 3rd Ave., Miami 6-24-48 

Greene, Paul L. — 605 Rd., Miami Beach 39 9-13-48 

Greene, Robert A. — 703 Main St., Daytona Beach 2-9-48 

Greene, W.— 334 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach 3-3-47 

Greene, W. H., Jr.— Lake Wales 5-25-47 

Greenfield, Leo — 350 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 11-13-48 

Greenland, Janet— 1021 N.W. 3rd St., Miami 8-26-48 

Greenleaf, Ella T.— 118 N. Federal, Lake Worth 12-16-47 

Greenwald, Grace — City Hall, Miami Beach 11-27-47 

Greenwood, Ruth W. — 701 N. Miami Ave., Miami 1-8-48 

Greenwood, Warren L. — 711 Main St., Daytona Beach 10-30-48 

Greer, Mrs. A. L. — 4901 Elberson St., Tampa 9 4-21-48 

Greer, Virginia — 1018 E. Lee St., Pensacola 8-26-48 

Greer, W. B. — 312 Masonic Temple, Quincy 10-31-47 

Gregg, Elizabeth— 201 1st St., West Palm Beach 12-12-47 

Gregorio, Peter A. — 3134 Kensington Ave., Tampa 4-29-47 

Gregory, Donn — 608 Tampa St., Tampa 12-9-48 

Gregory, Fred D. — Winter Garden 7-18-47 

Gregory, George S. — 2007 14th St., Bradenton 5-10-47 

Gregory, I. L. — 4559 Perry St., Jacksonville 5-4-48 

Gregory, Kathleen C. — 537 N. Orange Ave., Winter Park 3-31-48 

Gregory, Kathryn — P.O. Box 391, Tallahassee 10-26-48 

Gregory, L. C— Box 2384, Miami 4-20-48 

Gregory, Mabel R. — Box 101, Tallahassee 10-21-48 

Grennell Goaldia G. — Rt. 1, Box 98, Homestead 10-16-48 

Gress, Helen R.— 1845 SW 2nd Ave., Miami 3-17-48 

Gribble, Marie H.— Box 5021, Miami 11-7-47 

Grice, F. G. — 26 E. Garden St., Pensacola 9-6-47 

Grice, Nellie A.— Box 66, Windermere 9-18-47 

Griffin, Angus— Wewahitchka 10-27-48 

Griffin, Bernice — 109 E. Union St., Apt. 3, Jacksonville 6-12-47 

Griffin, Bernice A. — Box 43, Dade City 9-30-48 

Griffin, Earl H. — Box 1290, Jacksonville 1 2-15-47 

Griffin, Elsie — 302 Clark Bldg.. Jacksonville 6-14-48 

Griffin, Hugh R.— 2034, NW 2nd Ave., Miami 12-8-47 

Griffin, James E. — 1003 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 32 3-21-47 



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NOT ARIE S PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Griffin, John B. — Box 444, Riviera Beach 3-10-48 

Griffin, Lucille R. — DePuniak Springs 1-8-48 

Griffin, Marian A. — 511 Sunset Ave., Warrington, Pensacola 7-25-47 

Griffin, Roy L.— 301 W. Mahoney, Plant City 11-30-48 

Griffin, S. D.— 1828 N. 1st St., Jacksonville 3-11-48 

Griffin, W. D., Jr.— 4118 Hershell St., Jacksonville 5 12-31-48 

Griffith, C. S.— 912 N. Mills St., Orlando 5-23-47 

Griffith, Charles H.— 2424 SW 20th St., Miami 7-28-47 

Griffith, Elizabeth— 275 NW 2nd St., Miami 36 6-24-48 

Griffith, James L.— 5426 NW 21st Court, Miami 8-4-48 

Griffith, R. B.— Box 1731. Orlando 1-15-47 

Griffith, Robert P.— 515 N. Olive St., West Palm Beach 6-7-48 

Griffith, S. R. — 718 Manatee Ave., Bradenton 3-13-47 

Griffiths, Marion C. — City Clerk, Opa-Locka 3-25-48 

Grimes, Clo Ann— 1862 SW 5th St., Miami 10-18-47 

Grimes, Edward O. — 19 Harrison Ave., Panama City 9-2-48 

Grimes, E. Glenn — Box 388, Palmetto 6-12-47 

Grimes, T. T.— 132 NE 63rd St., Miami 38 5-22-48 

Grimes, Wm. C. — Professional Bldg., Bradenton 5-21-47 

Grimsley, R. G.— 610 N. 8th Ave., Wauchula 7-30-47 

Griner, J. W. E.— Box 108, Jasper 5-19-48 

Griner, Joyce K. — 749 E. Main St. N., Gainesville 8-14-47 

Gringle, Eleanor N. — Boyd Bldg., Delray Beach 11-7-47 

Gringle, Paul E. — Boyd Bldg., Delray Beach 11-7-47 

Grinnell, Lillian — 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 40 1-24-48 

Groene. C. B. — Amherst Apts, Orlando 5-25-48 

Groene, William E. — 500 Isle of Palms, Pt. Lauderdale 11-15-47 

Groff, W. v.— 2619 NW 22nd Court, Miami 1-31-47 

Grogan, George A. — 2240 9th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 3-20-47 

Grolick, Otha — 4718 College St., Jacksonville 3-24-47 

Groover, Louise B. — 308 N. Pranklin St., Tampa 8-12-47 

Groover, M. E. — Monticello 6-2-47 

Gros, Myrtle T. — Box 805, Lake Park 2-11-48 

Gross. Max — 424 Joyce Terrace, St. Petersburg 12-30-48 

Grossberg, Prederick S.— 212 SW 20th Rd., Miami 5-22-48 

Grossman, Burton I. — Box 33, Jacksonville 11-5-47 

Grove, May— 127 SW 16th Ave., Miami 1-30-47 

Groves, Howard L. — 323 W. Columbus Drive, Tampa 4-15-47 

Grovett, Cal L.— 700 W. Bay St., Largo 12-1-47 

Grubb, W. Lee— 117 S.E. 1st Ave., Pt. Lauderdale 7-17-47 

Grubbs, Lillian — 85 King St., St. Augustine 8-22-47 

Gruber, G. M. — 5 Poley-Carter, St. Petersburg 2-19-48 

Grundler, Sophie R. — Box 324. Orlando 10-12-48 

Grundner, Edward W. — 606 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-7-47 

Gruver, Blanche L.— 510 7th St. S., St. Petersburg 11-12-47 

Guenther, Mildred D.— 428 N. "K" St., Lake Worth 3-26-48 

Guerin, R. G. — 1506 Congress Bldg., Miami 9-28-47 

Guernsey, Prank D., Sr. — Box 351, Orlando 4-6-48 

Guernsey, Joseph S. — 21 E. Central Ave., Orlando 3-8-47 

Gurero, Gloria— 2328 NE 6th Ave., Miami 12-9-48 

Guest, Lee — 112 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2 4-3-47 

Guethle, Anne— 222 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 12-15-48 

Guida, Angelo— 106 E. Tyler St., Tampa 8-6-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 455 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Guillot, Claire H. — 741 NE 17th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 8-5-48 

GuUey, Guy P.— 1917 N. A St., Tampa 6 4-5-47 

Gunn, Evelyn T.— Box 2247, Orlando 2-20-48 

Gunn, Prances A. — 211 2nd Ave. N., St. Petersburg 5 12-31-48 

Gunn, G. Wesley, Sr. — 1331 Roselle St., Jacksonville 8-24-48 

Gunn, Lois I. — 214 E. 5th Ave., Tallahassee 5-30-47 

Gunn, Peggy B. — 521 First Nat'l Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-7-47 

Gunn, Regina — 1028 Stella St., Ft. Myers 2-24-47 

Gupton, Long E. — 2130 Hendry St., Ft. Myers 11-1-48 

Gurnett, John D.— Box 1192, Winter Haven 4-27-48 

Gurr, Nell — Rt. 6, Box 147, Tampa 6-21-48 

Gusky, Joseph M. — Box 4102, Pinewood Station, Miami 10-25-48 

Gustafson, Bessie — 646 2nd Ave. So., St. Petersburg 2-11-47 

Gustafson, Gordon Carl — 929 SW 5th St., Miami 1-4-47 

Gut, Robt. M. — 20 W. Robinson Ave., Tampa 9-9-48 

Guthrie, Ada R.— 208 Fern St., West Palm Beach 5-26-48 

Guthrie. Norwood— 1529 NW 27th St., Miami 3-17-48 

Guthrie, Rose S. — 120 S. 2nd St., Palatka 7-17-48 

Guttenmacher, David— 2315 SW 26th Terrace, Miami 7-3-48 

Gutteridge, Mary H. — Rm. 203 Peoples Bank Bldg., Auburndale 5-26-47 

Guyton, Geneva P. — 1756 Illinois St., Jacksonville 11-6-47 

Gwynn, Mary M. — 316 Broadway, Orlando 6-23-48 

Haag, Harold L.— P.O. Box 4003, Warrington 8-9-48 

Haas, C. E.— 332 West 69th St., Jacksonville 6-1-47 

Haas, Widmer E.— P.O. Box 1111 11-22-47 

Hack, Margaret — 2569 Myra St., Apt. 3, Jacksonville 10-14-47 

Hackett, James J. — 1317 Sligh Blvd., Orlando 10-7-47 

Hackney, Tillie M. — Box 74, Gibsonton 1-8-47 

Haddock, E. C. — 2141 Phoenix Ave., Jacksonville 4-3-47 

Hadler, F. M. — 2204 Blvd., Jacksonville 3-20-47 

Hadsock, Flavius L.— 909 Tampa St., Tampa 4-14-47 

Hadsock, Mary L.— 4015 Swann St., Tampa 9 10-26-48 

Haegeman, Doris M.— 1128 N.W. 6th St., Miami 36 5-15-47 

Hafner, Joseph— 149 N.E. 106th St., Miami 38 8-7-48 

Hagaman, Esther J. — c/o Gulf Stream Bath & Tennis Club, Delray Beach. . .12-22-47 

Hagedorn, M. — P.O. Box 102, Jacksonville 11-1-47 

Hagen, Elenore J.— 1311 South "M" St., Lake Worth 7-11-47 

Hagen, J. T. — Rt. 1, Box 542, Jacksonville 1-4-47 

Hagg, J. S.— 2041 22nd Ave. North, St. Petersburg 2-2-48 

Haggerty, Helen — P.O. Box 202, Winter Garden 11-10-48 

Hagood, Thos. A.— 2680 SW 24th Terrace, Miami 6-13-47 

Hagen Margaret W. — c/o Lumberman's Casualty Co., Claim Dept., 317 West 

Forsyth St., Jacksonville 10-3-47 

Hahn, Grace— 137 NW 31st St., Miami 2-28-48 

Hahn, Ray J. — Box 456, Arcadia 5-10-48 

Haile, Carlos E. — 220 Ninth St. East, Bradenton 1-6-47 

Haimovitz, Paul — Box 5816, Tampa 5-6-47 

Haines, Evelyn Virginia — 936 Holly Lane, Jacksonville 2-1-47 

Haines, Forrest L. — 1500 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 3-22-48 

Hair, Emogene — Talla. Fed. Savings and Loan Box 387, Tallahassee 1-17-47 

Hair, Prances S. — 844 Suwannee St., Live Oak 1-8-48 

Hair, Sue L.— P.O. Box 777, Winter Park 11-18-48 

Haire, Jenell — State Live Stock Sanitary Bd. St. Capitol, Tallahassee 12-8-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Haizlip, G. Leonard — 555 Avenue "B" N.E., Winter Haven 4-19-48 

Hale, Robert H. — c/o Palm Beach Motors, 824 North Dixie, West Palm Beach 1-28-48 
Hale, Shirley S. — Cecil M. Powell & Co., 1005 Graham Bldg. Jacksonville... 3-22-47 

Haley, Wanda — 544 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 7-1-48 

Halferty, P. W.^c/o Ft. Lauderdale Nat'l Bank, Ft. Lauderdale 5-21-48 

Haliburton, Talley — Box 1951, Tampa 1 1-21-47 

Hall, Alice Amelia — Box 1024, Pensacola 4-2-47 

Hall, Alice W.— 1921 Avenue "H" N.W., Winter Haven 2-11-48 

Hall, Ann Francis — 470 Indiana St. Sarasota 6-25-47 

Hall, Ardis B. — Clewiston 4-28-48 

Hall, Auverne — c/o American Discount Co., 606 Laura St., Jacksonville 4-5-48 

Hall, Carl B.— Winter Garden 2-10-47 

Hall, E. Harvey — P.O. Box 304, Coral Gables 4-17-47 

Hall, E. Richard— 2179 NW 18th Terrace, Miami 12-18-47 

Hall, Evelyn R. — c/o Riverside Bank of Jacksonville, 2661 Park St., 

Jacksonville 10-15-48 

Hall P. K.— 700 SW 2nd Avenue, Miami 2-27-47 

Hall, Harriet W. — 580 Lafayette Drive, Miami Springs 7-31-47 

Hall, Hilma — 107 E. Central Ave., Warrington 3-12-48 

Hall, Ira W. — P.O. Box 624, Fernandina 11-30-48 

Hall, J. Drew — P.O. Box 325, Blountstown 9-25-48 

Hall, J. J. — 2933 Knights Avenue, Tampa 8-21-47 

Hall, Jack M.— 3865 Walsh St., Jacksonville 4-22-48 

Hall, James B. — P.O. Box 352, Orlando 5-8-47 

Hall, John M. — 3006 Harbor View, Tampa 2-5-47 

Hall, Julius P.— 229'/2 N.E. 39th St., Miami 3-20-47 

Hall, Katherine E.— 644 South Woodland Blvd., DeLand 1-30-47 

Hall, L. E. — 909 Tampa St., Tampa 10-11-48 

Hall, Leila F.— Drawer No. 1018, Bartow 11-15-47 

Hall, Mary M.— P.O. Box 624, Fernandina 11-30-48 

Hall, O. L. — 120 North Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando 5-27-48 

Hall Richard B.— 3472 S.W. 27th St., Miami 33 5-12-48 

Hall, Robert E. — 602 Empire Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-17-48 

Hall, Ruth — c/o Waverly Growers Cooperative, Waverly 10-25-47 

Hall, S. O. — c/o B. B. McCormick & Sons, Inc., Jacksonville Beach 9-20-47 

Hall, William H. — 469 S.W. 26th Road, Miami 12-31-48 

Hall, W. W.— 1110 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami 36 1-3-48 

Hallberg, LaVerne P.— 1226V2 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami 36 6-27-47 

Haller, James M. — 501 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando 12-23-48 

Halliday, Frank W.— 1333 Mayfield Ave., Winter Park 5-8-48 

Hallier, O. R.— 1170 N.W. 79th St., Miami 9-4-47 

Halm, R. M.— 1220 West Church St., Orlando 11-5-48 

Hainan, Margaret D. — 911 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 3-22-48 

Halpin, Juanita H.— 11 15- 16th Avenue North, Lake Worth 7-9-47 

Halter, V. F. — Graham Building, Jacksonville 9-11-47 

Halvoresen, Norman W. — 33 Venetian Way Miami Beach 11-20-48 

Ham, Ruth — c/o Hon. T. T. Oughterson, Stuart 1-23-47 

Hamacker, Jon C. — 530 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 9-6-47 

Hamel, Earl G. — c/o Aiken Towing Corp., Box 1631, Pensacola 3-2-47 

Hamil, Alice M. — 1807 Congress Bldg., Miami 12-20-47 

Hamilton, Bernice G.— 830 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32 9-20-47 

Hamilton, Claudia — 830 Nelson Street, Jacksonville 3-5-48 

Hamilton Dorothy V.— 223 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 32 9-27-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 457 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hamilton, H. W.— 336 S.W. 13th Avenue, Miami 5-20-48 

Hamilton, Iva C. — 718 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 10-15-48 

Hamilton, John C— 51 N.E. 7th St., Miami 36 8-19-48 

Hamilton, Joseph A. 35 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami 2-10-47 

Hamilton, Magdalene — 1819 Main St., Jacksonville 6 8-9-47 

Hamilton, Ora Dell — 909 Bayou Avenue, Stuart 10-4-48 

Hamilton, Pauline — 808 S.E. 6th Court, Ft. Lauderdale 12-9-47 

Hamilton Rubj' B. — 2611 Pearl St., Jacksonville 8-18-48 

Hamilton, W. H. — Coker Bldg., Winter Haven 2-5-47 

Hamilton, W. M. — 606 Azeele Street, Tampa 2-28-47 

Hamiter, Chas. J. — 805 West Street, Tampa 3 2-28-48 

Hamiter, Thomas L. — c o Fla. Bank at Gainesville, Box 609, Gainesville 2-14-48 

Hamiter, Willis R.— 700 Eighth St., Palmetto 4-23-48 

Hamler, Joyce — 1123 East North Bay St., Tampa 5 10-3-47 

Hamlet, W. R. — Deen-Brant Bldg. Lakeland 4-28-47 

Hamlin, Lucy W.— P.O. Box 869, Sarasota 9-13-47 

Hamlin. Raymond W.— 2160 NW 30th St., Miami 5-17-48 

Hammer, John M. — 908 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 12-24-47 

Hammer, Mary P.— 102 N.W. 36th St., Miami 10-16-47 

Hammer, Nat— 46 N.W. 1st St., Miami 11-26-48 

Hammersla, Robert L. — 311 W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville 3-10-48 

Hammond, Georgia F. — 334 North Main Street, Orlando 3-27-47 

Hammond, Norma — 1717 Pasadena Drive, Dunedin 3-12-47 

Hamner, Dorothy— 311', i Zack St., Tampa 8-7-47 

Hampton, Aleen — Chattahoochee 2-14-47 

Hampton W. F.— 405 W. Maxwell St., Lakeland 3-15-48 

Hankins, W. G. — Box 242, Kissimmee 5-20-48 

Hanskat, Edward J. — 1406 Passe-A-Grille Way — Pass- A- Grille Beach 2-8-47 

Hancock, Ben S.. Jr. — 532 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 4-11-48 

Hancock, Emma T.— P.O. Box 124, Quincy 12-9-47 

Hancock, L. Frank— 275 S.W. 12th St., Miami 4-9-47 

Hancock, Loyce— Lake Placid 9-23-47 

Hancok, Viola M. — 3128 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 6-5-47 

Hancock, Violet B. — c, o Cogswell & Cogswell, 1105 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 5-20-47 

Hancock, William R.— 25 Main St., Brooksville 10-16-47 

Hand, Marguerite G.— 2510''2 Fig Street, Tampa 9-22-48 

Handros, Roy P.— 1500 S.W. 17th Terrace, Miami 2-16-48 

Handy, Margaret — 7811 NE Second Avenue, Miami 10-3-48 

Haney, Gertrude— 805 West Henry St., Tampa 5-4-47 

Haney, Imogene — Box 21, Leesburg 4-10-47 

Hangge, Fern M. — 3721 S. Poinsettia Avenue, West Palm Beach 10-24-47 

Hangge, Forest R. — 3721 S. Poinsettia Ave., West Palm Beach 10-8-48 

Hankins, S. M.— 1008 Tampa St., Tampa 3-18-48 

Hankla, Dorothy Hanson — Jefferson Court Hotel, Orlando 10-29-47 

Hanks, Dolores T. — 2506 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 37 10-23-47 

Hanley, Inez M.— 931 S.W. 31st Avenue, Miami 9-18-48 

Hanley, M. F.— 2253 NW 32nd St., Miami 5-20-48 

Hanley, W. H.— SAL Railway Shops, Hialeah 11-15-47 

Hanna, D. S.— P.O. Box 192, Hastings 8-9-48 

Hanna, Gertrude A. — Casey Real Estate, 11014 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-16-47 

Hanna, Rowene B— 1140 N.E. 3rd Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale 2-26-48 

Hannah, Berenice W.— P.O. Box 92S. Pensacola 10-27-48 

Hanigan, William M.— 2417 E. Jeffer.sou St., Orlando 8-28-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hannon, Prank — P.O. Box "Z", Port St. Joe 10-18-48 

Hannon, Frank M. — c/o East Coast Guaranty Co., West Palm Beach 11-12-48 

Hansard, J. W., Jr. — 321 N. Massachusetts Ave., Lakeland 7-19-47 

Hansche, William P.— 231 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-26-48 

Hansen, Elizabeth — Box P, Vero Beach 4-28-48 

Hansen, J. H. — 2932 N, Atlantic Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 11-8-47 

Hansen, Lillian Marie— 203 25th St. W., Bradenton 4-16-48 

Hanson, Allan — c/o Redd Construction Co., Miami Beach 7-28-48 

Hanson, Noel P. — 8125 Byron Ave., Miami Beach 10-16-48 

Hanson, Robert I. — Trenton 12-13-48 

Hantz, Mae — 1610 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando 4-15-48 

Hapner, G. A.— 690 N.W. 36th St., Miami 10-29-47 

Hardee, Dorothy M.— P.O. Box 532, Chiefland 12-16-48 

Hardee, Edison C. — Box 36, DeLand 4-8-47 

Harden, G. Russell— 1928 Larchmont, Ft. Myers 9-21-47 

Hardenbrook, Burt W.— 1824 Polk St., Hollywood 9-6-47 

Hardeman, Alfred A. — c/o Commercial Credit Corp., Ft. Lauderdale 6-16-47 

Hardie, Frank W. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola 11-19-47 

Hardin, Lois — P.O. Box 580. Panama City 7-22-47 

Hardin, Mabel V.— 2001 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 7-23-47 

Harding, Harry T. — 1560 Grove Terrace, Winter Park 10-27-48 

Harding, Thos. L. — Rt. 2, Box 226, Tampa 1-30-48 

Hardison, L. C. — 460 W. 40th St., Sarasota 2-3-47 

Harden, W. H. — Box 268, Quincy 6-12-47 

Hardwick, Florence — 209 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 12-26-48 

Hardwick, J. E., Jr. — Box 669, West Palm Beach 12-13-48 

Hardwick, Ralph N.— 2500 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 5-22-47 

Hardy, E, E.— Pompano 12-28-48 

Hardy, Elizabeth A.— 418 S.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 11-3-48 

Hardy, Ethel Jean — 321 W. Rivo Alto Dr., Rivo Alto Island, Miami Beach 10-20-47 

Hardy, J. Cohen — 704 Drew St., Clearwater 10-14-48 

Hardy, J. I. — 1228 duPont Bldg., Miami 1-31-47 

Haren, Sue J. — c/o Frederic Dunn-Rankin, Pan-Am. Bank Bid., Miami 32... 10-8-48 

Hargis, James O., Jr. — 29 W. Washington St., Orlando 2-27-48 

Harris, B. T. — c/o Union Trust Co., St. Petersburg 1-20-47 

Harris, Barbara — 1802 Congress Bldg., Miami 3-15-48 

Harris, Bell R.— 2585 Post St., Jacksonville 1-5-48 

Harris, Bertha L. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola 1-23-47 

Harris, Prank L. — 824 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 3-8-47 

Harris, Gertrude K. — 221 Tallokas St.. Orlando 9-26-47 

Harris, Gibbs W. — Box 2288, Tampa 11-23-48 

Harris, Hollis — 114 S. Tampa Ave., Orlando 8-4-47 

Harris, Iris D. — Lincoln Road Bookshop, Miami Beach 8-15-47 

Harris, Isaiah — c/o H. E. Belf lower, 239 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 1-12-48 

Harris, J. B.— Shamrock 3-16-48 

Harris, John D., Jr. — 817 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-26-47 

Harris, John S.— 1740 Davis St., Jacksonville 10-27-48 

Harris, Kathryn — 2830 Herschell St., Apt. 1, Jacksonville 5 8-6-47 

Harris, Lillian H.— 3131 Gifford Lane, Miami 33 4-19-47 

Harris, Lucile — P. O. Box 109, Sarasota 11-12-47 

Harris, Marjorie K.— 1170 N.W. 57th St., Miami 7-2-48 

Harris, Mildred — Box 2349, Tampa 4-14-47 

Harris, Mildred G.— 4514 College St., Jacksonville 9-23-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 459 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Harris. Millicent S.— 1821 N.W. 6th Court, Miami 2-27-47 

Harris, Pearl M. — Box 162, West Palm Beach 4-23-47 

Harris, Phil E. — Box 363, DePuniak Springs 8-8-48 

Harris, R. A. P.O. Drawer S, Jacksonville 6-12-47 

Harris, Richard R.— Box 1576, Ft. Lauderdale 4-5-48 

Harris, Robert R. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Pensacola 2-9-48 

Harris, Susan F. — 1026 N.W. Second Ave., Miami 6-11-47 

Harris, W. Paul — 909 E. Jeffords St., Clearwater 4-25-47 

Harrison, A. D. — Coconut Grove Exchange Bank, Miami 33 4-3-47 

Harrison, Baya M., Jr. — 700 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 1-4-47 

Harrison, Chas. H.— P.O. Box 2499, Miami 6-16-48 

Harrison, Edward B., Jr. — 543 Oak St., Jacksonville 6-13-47 

Harrison, Ferrell H. — c/o Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane, Jacksonville 1-14-48 

Harrison, Florence C. — 524 E. Church St., Apt. 4, Orlando 3-3-48 

Harrison, H. C. — 612 Congress Bldg., Miami 32 6-13-47 

Harrison, James B. — 204 S. 2nd St., Ft. Pierce 8-10-48 

Harrison, Jeanne L. — 2816 Cervantes St., Pensacola 9-11-47 

Harrison, Philip W. — 328 Peninsula Bldg., Jacksonville 5-9-47 

Harrison, Ray (Misst — 1359 Murray Dr., Jacksonville 8-8-47 

Harrison, Samuel C. — 701 Congress Bldg., Miami 12-1-47 

Harrison, Sam G. Jr. — c o County Judge's Office, Tampa 2 2-22-47 

Harrison, Virginia B. — 808 Citrus Ave., Ft. Pierce 9-22-48 

Harrod, Margaret E.— 2151 N.W. 13th St., Miami 8-28-47 

Harry, Anthony F. — Box 164, Pompano Beach 9-30-48 

Hargrave, A. A. — Box 325, Arcadia 3-22-48 

Hargrove, Mary S. — 3508 Palmira, Tampa 12-18-47 

Harkness, W. M. Jr. — County Engineer's Office, Court House, Tampa 2-3-47 

Harkrader, Franklin F. — 605 W. Lafayette St., Tampa 8-7-48 

Harlan, J. M. — c/o Gulf Life Ins. Co., Jacksonville 1-14-47 

Harless, Joe D. — North Dixie Highway, Boynton Beach 7-21-47 

Harley, James B. Jr.— 1800 S.W. 8th St., Miami 35 1-27-47 

Harllee, Asa L. — Trenton 5-5-47 

Harman, Mamie L. — 10 Currie Crescent, West Palm Beach 12-2-47 

Harman, R. P. S. — Box 2299, Jacksonville 6-17-48 

Harmon, Mildred S. — P.O. Box 630, Miami 10-27-47 

Harmon, T. H. — 123 N. Charles St., Daytona Bach 2-8-47 

Harmon. W.N. — 3614 Myra St., Jacksonville 5 2-3-48 

Harmony, G. W. — Box 644, Live Oak 6-11-48 

Harms, J. A. Jr. — P. O. Box 1, Greenville 11-24-47 

Harn, Sam P. — Box 12, Gainesville 1-17-47 

Harnage, Lloyd A. — Tavares 6-19-47 

Harp, Alfred W. — Box 25, Buena Vista Station, Miami 5-18-48 

Harper, Bernard W. — 8 West 20th Street, Jacksonville 11-2-48 

Harper, C. A. — 1036 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville 7 4-3-48 

Harper, Carlos E.— ^ox 2752, Gainesville 1-31-48 

Harper, Carol O. — Box 12-B, R.P.D. 1, Pompano 2-7-47 

Harper, E.P. — c 'o Fisher-Brown Inc., Pensacola 3-17-48 

Harper, Eunice— 3208 N.W. 69th St., Miami 8-25-48 

Harper, Frances D. — 3445 20th St., No., St. Petersburg 5-5-48 

Harper, J. T. — P. O. Box 1952, Ft. Myers 7-28-48 

Harper, M. S. — 1960 S.W. 23rd Terrace, Miami 1-3-47 

Harper, Norman E. — Brock Bldg., Tallahassee 5-5-47 

Harper, Vivian — Box 2423, West Palm Beach 4-9-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Harre, Dorothea — P. O. Box 247, Lakeland 10-22-47 

Harrell, P. M. — 2131 Thacker Ave., Jacksonville 10-23-48 

Harrell, Frances W. — 211 South Fielding, Tampa 6 5-12-48 

Harrell, W. J. — Fruitland Park 7-10-47 

Harrington, Ernestine D. — Manville 9-22-48 

Harrington, James B. Jr. — 3034 S.W. 3rd St., Winter Haven 1-20-47 

Hart, CeUa— Box 1390, Miami 10-1-48 

Hart, Eugene F.— Box 182, Weirsdale 1-29-48 

Hart, Evelyn — c/o Natl. Title Co., Huntington Bldg., Miami 5-17-47 

Hart, John Alan— 295 NW 39th St., Miami 11-10-47 

Hart, M. L.— 14 NE 1st Ave., Miami 3-13-47 

Hart, M. S.— Box 573, Graceville 10-11-48 

Hart, Margaret M. — Atlantic National Bk., Jacksonville 2-27-47 

Hart, Margaret M.— 1457 NW 99th St., Miami 7-8-48 

Hart, Margaret S.— Box 124, Holly Hill 10-12-48 

Hart, Marjorie S. — 2665 Coral Way, Miami 5-9-48 

Hart, Norman B. — 301-A Citizens Bk., Bldg., W. Palm Beach 6-26-48 

Hart, R.M. — Box 322. Pensacola 5-15-47 

Hart, Thomas David — 1837 43rd St. S., St. Petersburg 7-7-47 

Hart, Thomas H.— 1548 SW 8th St., Miami 35 1-20-47 

Hart, Una Mae — 1285 S. Floral Ave., Bartow 6-20-47 

Hartka, A.— 824 NW 103rd St., Miami 1-29-47 

Hartle. M. Eileen — Post Office Bldg. Apt. 2, Tavares 10-4-48 

Hartley, Helen R. — 604 Westwood Road, West Palm Beach 6-20-47 

Hartman, A.E. — Box 711, Pensacola 9-28-48 

Hartman. Florence L. — 3511 2nd Ave. N.. St. Petersburg 5-17-48 

Hartog, A. G.— P. O. Box 813. Coral Gables 11-19-47 

Harton, Virgil V., Jr. — Post Office, Room 68, Lakeland 3-25-48 

Hartsfield, J. R. — P. O. Box 13, Callahan 9-3-48 

Hartsfield, Orpha C. — P. O. Box 863, Tallahassee 9-29-48 

Hartwig, W. C. — c/o Mountain Lake Corp., Lake Wales 1-16-48 

Harvel, Wilmina — Box 245, Delray Beach 1-22-48 

Harvey. Edna V. — 127 NE 1st Ave.. Room 112, Miami 32 9-13-48 

Harvey. H. L. — Box 3673, Orlando 3-13-47 

Harvey, James W.— 525 W. Main St., S., Gainesville 5-9-47 

Harvey, Joe W. — 2007 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 11-15-47 

Harvey, June S.— 40 NW 77th St., Miami 10-23-48 

Harvey, Margaret M. — P. O. Box 343, Little River Station, Miami 10-3-47 

Harvison, Suzanne — 809 Biscayne Bldg.. Miami 32 10-9-48 

Harward, Dorothea Marie— 1750 NW 23rd Terrace, Miami 12-1-48 

Harwell, L. C— 1626 Glendale St., Jacksonville 1-9-47 

Harwit, Dorothy — 410 SE 16th St.. Ft. Lauderdale 9-24-47 

Hasbrouck, C. D. — Foshalee Plantation. Tallahassee 7-26-48 

Hasenkamp. Caroline M. — 60 W. Robinson Ave.. Orlando 10-6-47 

Haskell, E.G. — 3684 Pine St.. Jacksonville 8-16-48 

Haskell. Wilda M.— Rt. 5, Box 461, Tampa 4 9-15-48 

Haskins, M. King — 1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 7 2-20-48 

Hasley, Emma H. — 4015 Florida Ave., Tampa 6-14-48 

Hass, Blanche L. — 846 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach 8-11-48 

Hasson, Grace P. — 305 Empire Bldg., St. Petersburg 10-22-47 

Hast, Dorothy — General Delivery, Green Cove Springs 3-24-47 

Hastings, Helen King— 904 Johnson St., Ocala 1-29-47 

Haswell, Louise B.— 1443 4th St. S., St. Petersburg 10-7-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term. 4 Years from Date Given 

Hasz, C. J. — Dixie Highway, Hollywood 3-5-47 

Hatch, Lena L. — East Palatka 7-26-48 

Hatcher, Ben B. — P. O. Box 789, Tampa 4-19-48 

Hatcher, Prances P. — C/o Everglades Discount Co., Pahokee 4-3-47 

Hatfield. Hilma E. — Box 266, Rt. 2. Panama City 9-24-48 

Hathaway, Anne L. — 514 Fern St., West Palm Beach 8-16-48 

Hatton, Earl M. — Box 866, Bartow 6-13-47 

Hatton, Faye — Box 552, Ft. Lauderdale 10-14-47 

Hatton, Myra L. — Tax Collectors Office, Jacksonville 12-20-47 

Haugh, Ann E. — 1713 N. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 10-19-48 

Hauke, Aurelia J. — 1005 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 12-8-48 

Haven, I. — 823 Laura St., Jacksonville 3-16-48 

Havens, Ann E. — 2225 Normandy Drive, Mia'mi Beach 4-15-48 

Havens, Charles C. — c o Williford & Kirk, Palmer Bk. Bldg., Sarasota 4-30-47 

Havron, Helen D. — 209 Berry Rd., Warrington 10-1-48 

Hawkins, Alfred E. — 104 Bay Street, Daytona Beach 11-26-47 

Hawkins. Hazel M.— 148-2 South Beach St., Daytona Beach 12-21-48 

Hawkins, Helen E. — c/o Att'ys. Hunt- & Salley, 236 Shoreland Bldg., Miami.. 7-14-47 

Hawks, Durwood — 217 Tampa Street, Tampa 5-11-48 

Hawley, Wm. F. — Arlington 12-31-47 

Hay, Alexander — Route 7, Box 560 D, Tampa 8-4-48 

Hayes, Arthur L. — Route 1, Box 117, Pensacola 10-20-47 

Hayes, Dorothe R. — Bay Palms Park, Madeira Beach, St. Petersburg 7-24-48 

Hayes, E. W. — 320 West Madison, Starke 2-8-48 

Hayes, Emmie S.— 45 N.W. 44th Street, Miami 4-7-48 

Hayes, Ethel D. — P. O. Box 991, Pensacola 8-11-48 

Hayes, G. H. — 519 East Duval St., Jacksonville 2 9-20-47 

Hayes, Helen — Florida Nat'l. Bk., St. Petersburg C-20-47 

Hayes, Irene — 314 N. 3rd St., Chipley 6-22-48 

Hayes, J. S. — c/o Gulf Power Company, Pensacola 10-2-48 

Hayes, R. L.— Box 848, Ft. Pierce 5-20-48 

Hayes, Rosemary — 1813 Hills Avenue, Tampa 11-14-47 

Hayes, Walter J. — c/o East Coast Guaranty Co., Box 1723, 108 S. Olive Ave., 

West Palm Beach 5-27-47 

Haygood, Martha— 180 N.W. 79th St., Miami 7-15-47 

Haymaker, Robert L. — 1843 Harison St., Hollywood 2-11-48 

Hayman. Louis — 550 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach 2-13-48 

Haynal, Helen J. — Hillsborough State Bank, Plant City 11-22-48 

Haynes, Agatha E. — P. O. Box 1517, Tampa 7-13-48 

Haynes, H. L.— 210 N.W. 5th Street, Homestead 10-25-47 

Haynes, William W. — P. O. Box 888, West Palm Beach 9-29-48 

Hanie, William G. — 19 East Central Ave., Orlando 7-8-47 

Hays, C. S.— 10 West Walnut St., Arcadia 6-7-47 

Hays, Jack— 709 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 4-19-48 

Hays, Rachel T. — P. O. Drawer 990, Daytona Beach 12-20-47 

Hayslip, Margaret R. — 1852 N.E. Bayshore Drive, Miami 6-27-47 

Haywood, Almeda V.— 1160 N.W. 5th Street, Miami 2-26-48 

Haywood, Estelle M.— 4750 S.W. 4th St., Miami 2-27-47 

Haywood, Henry A.— 1160 N.W. 5th St., Miami 3-13-48 

Haywood. Janet D. — c o Hon. John C. Sullivan, Ingraham Bldg., Miami.... 3-22-48 

Hazard. Frances — 3556 Pine Street, Jacksonville 9-29-47 

Hazel, Phoebe C— 310 21st Ave. S.. St. Petersburg 12-11-47 

Hazel, Vaughn C. — P. O. Box 1304, Tampa 4-7-47 



462 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hazelton, J. William — Box 4363, Jacksonville 4-6-48 

Hazen, Clara L. — 401 N.W. 82nd Terrace, Miami 10-5-48 

Hazrick, Emma C. — 7810 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 41 3-15-48 

Heacock, Ford W. — Sebring, 12 Circle 7-22-48 

Head, Leo — Box 164, Cottondale 11-4-47 

Head, W. J.— Box 382, Avon Park 2-3-47 

Headlee, Gene — 238 Civic Building, Miami 1-7-48 

Heagy, L. B. — c/o Barnett Bk., Trust Dept., Jacksonville 5-24-48 

Heagy, Vera R. — 101 East Bay St., Jacksonville 2 10-20-48 

Healy, Dolores A. — 135 SE 4th St., Hallandale 1-2-48 

Heard, J. G.— 3048 Washington St., Coconut Grove, Miami 33 3-20-47 

Hearn, Hazel — 1934 N.W. 42nd Street, Miami 8-30-48 

Hearn, W. A. — 12540 NE 14th Avenue, North Miami 4-30-47 

Heath, Bessie — 1606 E. Strong St., Pensacola 1-19-48 

Heath, Myrtice — c/o George Carlyon & Co., 230 W. Forsyth St., iacksonville 2-25-48 

Heathcock, Agnes E. — P. O. Box 711, Pensacola, Fisher-Brown, Inc 6-14-48 

Heatherington, A. E. — R.F.D. No. 3, Box 519, Orlando 2-9-47 

Heaton, R. T. — c/o Hillsborough County Probation Officer, 705 Madison 

Street, Tampa 2 10-13-47 

Hebb, Claude — Box 706, Manatee 12-3-47 

Hechler, H. J.— Box 1961, Miami 11 2-2-48 

Heckes, P. Richard — 117 Tennessee Ave., Lakeland 4-25-47 

Hector, Louis — Box 1311, Miami 30 9-29-48 

Hedrick, Elizabeth — 603 Seybold Bldg., Miami 9-23-47 

Hedrick, L. H.— 715 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 3-31-47 

Heep, John (Lt. Com.) — P. O. Box 8377, Sulphur Springs Station, Tampa.... 8-11-48 

Hefferman, Harry J. — 3329 Randall St., Jacksonville 5 12-11-48 

Heglund, Irving L. — Box 1106, Lake Worth 9-7-48 

Heider, Aline— 2764 NW 24 St., Miami 2-14-48 

Heine, G. R. — P. O. Box 651, St. Petersburg 12-1-47 

Heines, Ben C. — 202 North Blvd., Tampa 3-29-48 

Helnley, Mae — 1337 Okeechobee Rd., West Palm Beach 1-22-47 

Heinmlller, S. J. — City Hall, Tampa 9-13-48 

Helnrichs, E. R. — 321 West Lambright, Tampa 7-12-47 

Helser, Harold A. — 6331 MacDill Avenue, Tampa 7-19-48 

Heitman, Delia H. — 808 Langford Bldg., Miami 9-13-48 

Held, Helen I. — 1756 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 6-11-47 

Held, Lawrence — Box 643, Coral Gables 12-9-47 

Hellems, C. A. — c/o Tampa Electric Co., Tampa 8-6-48 

Heller, Wilbur M.— 4741 NW 10th Ave., Miami 12-6-47 

Hellman, Lucille — 729 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach 12-29-48 

Helm, James J. — 3322 SW First St., Miami 4-24-47 

Helms, Betty K. — 707 4th Avenue, Bradenton 8-6-47 

Helms, Ina Belle — Box 252, Clearwater 3-5-48 

Helms, J. T., Jr. — 503 E. Southview, Dade City 5-24-48 

Helms, Mercer D. — 200 North 4th St., Leesburg 7-15-48 

Helms, Minna L. — Box 116, Leesburg 1-28-48 

Helms, Rosalynda K. — 339 South Riverside Dr., Sarasota 10-1-47 

Helms, Vonnie — 304 East Elm St., Crestview 7-24-48 

Helmsing, Ray — 7701 Nebraska Avenue, Tampa fi-14-48 

Helseth, Edwin A. — 2270 Commerce Avenue, Vero Beach 12-18-48 

Helton, Elaine L. — 3118 Gilmore St., Jacksonville 3-10-48 

Helton, L. V.— 2240 Post St., Jacksonville 2-25-47 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 463 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Helvey. Jean G. — 3282 Riviera Drive. Coral Gables 2-7-48 

Hemphill, Edward S. — 701 Florida National Bk. Bldg., Jacksonville 9-20-47 

Hendershott, Marguerite E. — c o Hon. Seth Dekle, 113 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 3-22-47 

Henderson, A. P. — P.O. Box 1127, Ormond 9-27-48 

Henderson, Bernice S. — Box 884, Okeechobee 9-20-48 

Henderson, F. E. — State Beverage Dept., Tallahassee 10-9-47 

Henderson, Frank R., Sr. — s/o Romana Motor Company, Pensacola 9-15-47 

Henderson, J. L. — 419 Talaflo St., Tallahassee 9-10-48 

Henderson, James E. — c/o Jack Pendola, 408 Franklin St., Tampa 10-27-47 

Henderson, John A. — 308 Nottingham Blvd.. West Palm Beach 12-17-47 

Henderson, Laura D. — Purvis, Evans, Gray and Powers, 209 Main St., 

Sarasota 11-26-48 

Henderson, Marilyn P. — 284 E. 5th St., Hialeah 1-19-48 

Henderson, Maybelle — 355 Marlborough Rd., West Palm Beach 10-26-47 

Henderson, Minnie — 1863 Clarkson Street, Jacksonville 10-14-48 

Henderson, Mrs. R. M.— Palafox Street, Pensacola 7-1-48 

Henderson, Robert A. — 1828 Linwood Avenue, Fort Myers 3-3-47 

Henderson, W. L.— 214 N.E. 98th Street, Miami 9-18-48 

Hendricks, B. E. — 601-7 Seybold Building, Miami 1-21-47 

Hendricks, Katherine S. — 224 W. Rich Avenue, DeLand 10-10-47 

Hendry, Mary W. — Box 2526, Palm Beach 11-17-47 

Henley, R. W. — Fisher-Brown, P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 2-4-48 

Hennessee, A. C— 113 W. Alfred, Tampa 12-14-48 

Henrichs, Earl L.— 798 NW 36th St.. Miami 37 5-20-47 

Henry, C. H. — Box 247, Quincy 11-24-47 

Henry, H. H.— Box 1 109, Tampa 2-10-48 

Henry, lona D.— 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 39 2-5-48 

Henry, John M.— 1151 North West South River Drive, Miami 36 5-21-47 

Henry, Lorene E. — 202 Profesisonal Bldg., Ocala 10-11-47 

Henry, Rebecca S. — Box 1566, Lakeland 11-5-47 

Henry, Virginia P. (Mrs.) — c/o Hon. John M. Ogden, 1016 duPont Bldg., 

Miami 32 1-1-48 

Hensarling, J. L. — c/o Muldon's Used Cars, Pensacola 11-14-48 

Hensel, C. E.— 300 N.W. 79th St.. Miami 1-22-47 

Hensel, Charles P.— 8108 9th Street, Tampa 4 12-12-47 

Henshaw. Ethel — Dade County Health Unit, 816 Courthouse, Miami 10-21-47 

Hensley, Verna M. — 207 Franklin Street, Tampa 9-22-48 

Henson, M. Glenn (Missi — 1802 Jetton Ave., Tampa 6 9-5-47 

Herbert, Fred E.— 36 N. Miami Ave., Miami, Box 1669 10-16-48 

Herbert, Nancy E. — 806 — 5th Avenue, Daytona Beach 2-6-48 

Herbert, Paul L.— 215 N.W. 79th Street, Miami 8-19-48 

Herin, Ethel — 226 Strawbridge Ave., Melbourne 11-12-48 

Hermes, L. J.— 252 Arcade Bldg., Fort Pierce 12-28-48 

Hernandez, Alberto — P.O. Box 1102, Tampa 6-20-47 

Hernandez, Florence — P.O. Box 1199, Jacksonville 1 10-28-47 

Hernandez, O. Mario— P.O. Box 143, Coral Gables 7-24-47 

Hernandez, Zenalda M.— 2931 NW 55th Street, Miami 8-2-48 

Hernden, Elizabeth — c/o Hon. Leo Rosen, 926 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach... 3-19-48 

Herndon, A. B., Jr., 603 South Summerlin, Orlando 11-5-47 

Hero, Inex W.— 3205 Mobile Highway, Pensacola 5-28-48 

Herold, Martha L.— Route 4, Box 206, Tallahassee 11-12-47 

Herrell, R. L.— Box 3454, Orlando 4-3-47 

Herrick, W. P., Jr.— 58-9th Street North, St. Petersburg 7-1-48 



464 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Herring, A. G. — P.O. Box 41S, c/o Merchants & Farmers Bank, Madison 3-3-47 

Herring, Clara N. — 717 South Orleans, Tampa 3-19-47 

Herring, William C. — c o Santa Rosa Motor Company, Pensacola .')-20-48 

Herrington, Josephine L. — 2400 S.W. 27th Terrace, Miami 7-13-48 

Herrman, J. G. — 1601 West Flagler, Miami 5-8-48 

Herrmann, R. G. — Box 278, Ocala 5-14-47 

Herron, Virginia R. — P.O. Box 590, Tampa 1 11-24-48 

Hertz, Emil C. — P.O. Box 480, Pompano Beach 10-25-48 

Heslop, C. H. — Box 1410, Jacksonville 2 11-30-48 

Hess, James M. — 3366 SW 3rd Street, Miami 11-19-48 

Hessey, Francis D. — 4139 Shirley Avenue, Jacksonville 3-28-47 

Hester, Urish Fllrl— P.O. Box 284, Alachua 8-16-47 

Hetfleld, Ouida — Cannon-Mills Airport, Orlando 5-9-47 

Hetherington, Alma — Kenansville 8-7-48 

Hetzer, Charles K. — P.O. Box 1436, Winter Haven 1-23-48 

Hewell. Anne Smith — 45 West Church St., Jacksonville 2-3-48 

Hewes, James C— Box 197-B, RFD No. 2, Miami 10-31-47 

Hewett, Ernest J. — 300' 2 South Beach St., Daytona Beach 3-12-47 

Hewitt, S. J. — 1224 Laura Street, Jacksonville 9-4-47 

Hewlett, Mondaine Fee — c o City Hall, St. Petersburg 7-1-48 

Heymann, Frances— Bath & Tennis Club, Palm Beach 12-23-47 

Hey ward, Joan A.— 501 S.W. 23rd Road, Miami 36 5-14-48 

Hiatt, Richard P. — 834 E. Lime Street, Lakeland 4-23-48 

Hibbard, Donald F. — 125 Lake Drive, Clearwater 5-20-48 

Hibbert, Barbara C— 200 S. 7th St., Ft. Pierce 1-21-48 

Hibbert, Bessie C— c o Waters & Hibbert, 124 W. Gregory St., Pensacola 5-30-47 

Hibble, Alta— Box 586, Lakeland 11-3-47 

Hibbs, Hazel L. — 1224 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 4-3-48 

Hickey, J. Francis — 16 Santillane Avenue, Coral Gables 3-12-47 

Hickland, Albert J. — 4660 S.W. 13 Terrace, Miami 11-1-48 

Hickok, W. R. — 3007 Estrelle, P.O. Box 1469, Tampa 8-9-48 

Hicks, C. Floyd— 1432 9th Street S., St. Petersburg 10-11-48 

Hicks, C. H. — 606 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 8-6-47 

Hicks, Chas. H., Jr. — 606 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-28-48 

Hiday, Henry R. — P.O. Box 544, Jacksonville 7-16-47 

Hider, Veryll A. — Regero & Johnson, 515 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 11-2-48 

Hiers, H. G.— Perry 12-28-48 

Higglnbotham, Carl W.— Box 3469, Orlando 11-26-48 

Higginbotham, Tom J.— 3875 SW 8th St., Miami 4-16-47 

Higginbottom, David B. — Frostproof 12-2-48 

Higgins, Brian F. — 1200 Federal Highway, Riviera Beach 9-15-48 

Jliggins, Edward F. — 102 Park Avenue, Winter Park 1-31-48 

Higgins, F. A. — Langford Bldg., Miami 8-4-47 

Higgins, Jessie M.— 4018 Obispo, Tampa 10-20-48 

Higgins, Joseph W. — Office, Touchton Drug Company, Daytona Beach 3-10-47 

Higgins, Lois — 712 S.E. Second St., Ft. Lauderdale 11-20-47 

Higgs. Clarence S.— 517 Grinnell St., Key West 7-22-47 

Higgs. Evelyn — Box 691, Gainesville 10-25-47 

High. James W. — 842 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami 3-24-47 

High, Robert K. — Box 362, Univeristy of Miami, Coral Gables 8-21-47 

Highsmith, Eva D. — Box 374, Green Cove Springs 10-18-48 

Hightower, Aldeen— 41 N.W. Miami Ct., Miami 11-23-43 

JHighlower, Kathron — c o Railroad Commission, Tallahassee 7-20-43 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 465 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term. 4 Years from Date Given 

Hightower, W. R. — 114 Admiral Murray Blvd., Warrington 9-9-48 

Hildebrand, Juanita — 30 East Church Street, Orlando 9-15-48 

Hill, Albert L. — Box 172, DePuniak Springs 10-3-48 

Hill, Dolly B. — Box 74, Ospray 8-19-48 

Hill, Doris G. — 5308 Suwanee Ave., Tampa 3 2-11-48 

Hill. Ellis R.— 1519 Fern Place, Lakeland 12-11-47 

Hill, Estelle C— Box 593, Gainesville 1-18-47 

Hill, Grace K.— 1419 East Jefferson St., Orlando 4-8-48 

Hill, Herbert— 2312 Ardson Place, Tampa 4-15-48 

Hill, Homer A.— 2129 SW 3rd St., Miami 35 6-24-48 

Hill, Jack D.— 84 25th Street, Riviera Beach 2-27-48 

Hill, Jean D. — 9 Milton Street, St. Augustine 11-26-47 

Hill, Joaquin M. — 740 North Orange Ave., Orlando 2-24-47 

Hill, John Sargent— 3109 SW Third Avenue, Miami 36 2-16-48 

Hill, L. G.— P.O. Box 146, Wisconnett 2-22-47 

Hill, Leo — c Embassy Club, Beach Road, Jacksonville 7 2-2-47 

Hill, Mercedes J. — Fisher-Brown, Inc., P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 4-9-47 

Hill, Oda Ruffina— 520 S. Miami Avenue. Miami 11-14-47 

Hill, Otis H.— 1764 N. W. 58th Street, Miami 11-19-48 

Hill, R. G. — c/o Florida Highway Patrol, Tallahassee 1-23-48 

Hill, R. L. — CO First National Bank. Miami 5-29-48 

Hill, Ruth — 601 Security Bldg., Miami 32 7-20-47 

Hill, Sydney— 1028 N.W. 14th Terrace, Miami 11-14-47 

Hill, Sylvia M.— LaBelle, P.O. Box 4126 7-21-47 

Hill, Thelma— 2319y2 North "B" Street, Tampa 10-26-48 

Hill, Vadie M.— Box 985, Pensacola 7-31-47 

Hill, Vera R.— P.O. Box 781, Port Lauderdale 10-10-47 

Hillendahl, Mary L. (Mrs.i — Lake Kerr, Citra, Marion County, Pla 11-22-48 

Hilliard, Chester — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola 7-19-47 

Hilliard, Claude O. — 1313 Grothe St.. Jacksonville 4 5-7-47 

Hilliard, Dozier B.— Box 593, Bradenton 4-21-47 

Hilligardt, Maud R. — Box 44. Port Lauderdale 11-13-47 

HlUis, Lyle B. — c/o Associates Loan Corp., 11 East Seventh St., Jacksonville 9-4-47 

Hillman, W. H. — 1801 Collins Ave., Shelborne Hotel, Miami Beach 4-4-47 

Hilson, Helen R. — 2336 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 3-18-48 

Hilton, Henry R. — Veterans' Administration Hospital, Miami Beach 2-15-47 

Hilton, L. P.- P.O. Box 403, Lakeland 5-11-48 

Hilton, R. C— 421 MacDill Ave.. Tampa 3-31-47 

Hilton, William E.— 359 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville 2-5-48 

Hilty, Lillyan N.— Box 19, Station G, Jacksonville 1-27-48 

Hime, Charles— 212 Calumet Bldg.. Miami 5-28-47 

Hinds, C. S.— 440 2nd Avenue No., St. Petersburg 11-29-48 

Hines, A. H. — Box 35, Alachua 5-11-47 

Hines, Leo J.— 234 South Clara Street, DeLand 8-26-48 

Hines, Lois E. — Motor Vehicle Commission. Title Div., Tallahassee 9-6-47 

Hines, Virginia — Perry 2-25-47 

Hingley, Sallie H.— Rt. 1. Box 450, Tampa 4 1-22-48 

Hinkley, H. V.— P.O. Box 1048, SRD, DeLand 11-8-47 

Hinkley, Naomi — Comptroller's Office, Tallahassee 3-29-48 

Hinners, Nell C. — c/o First Nat'l Bank of Clearwater, Clearwater 2-21-48 

Hinote, Curtis H. — 111 Guava Street, DePuniak Springs 11-9-48 

Hinsey, W. C.^1531 Ridgewood, Clearwater 3-16-47 

Hinson, Anne — 2304 N. Myrtle Ave.. Jacksonville 4 2-5-43 



466 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hinson, Davis M. — c/o Eddie Hinson, 1040 Laura St., Jacksonville 7-21-47 

Hinson, Marie (Mrs.) — c/o J. W. Hinson, Marianna 11-16-47 

Hinson, Myrtle — Morgan Hotel, Box 951, Fort Myers 1-20-47 

Hinton, Carolyn C. — 43 N.E. 4th St., Apt. 28, Miami 36 2-2-48 

Hinton, Maria E. — 418 Catherine Street, Key West 8-11-48 

Hipp, Rufus B. — 307 No. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach 9-7-47 

Hippler, C. Harold — Ferran Building, Eustis 3-13-48 

Hirsch, A. — 206 N. Miami Avenue, Miami 32 7-29-48 

Hirschman, Joseph — 201 Pierce Avenue, Daytona Beach 6-30-47 

Hirtenstein, Arthur— 46 N.W., First St., Miami 3-3-47 

Hitchings, Olive — 1322 4th Avenue, Bradenton 7-31-48 

Hitt, M. L. — 908 First Ave. North, St. Petersburg 1-15-48 

Hittelman, Ethlyn — 760 Albambra Circle, Coral Gables 11-8-47 

Hixon, Ruth D. — Box 7-A, Naples 4-24-47 

Hoadley, Raymond B.— 330 NE 79th St., Miami 3-31-47 

Hoag, L. L. — 1850 5th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-14-47 

Hoag, Robert E. — 228 Pearl St., Jacksonville 1-22-48 

Hobbs, Forrest O. — 305 Morgan St., Tampa 8-19-48 

Hobbs, John R. — 6701 NW 27th Ave., Miami 8-16-48 

Hobbs, W. F.— 305 Morgan St., Tampa 2 3-22-47 

Hobbs, William E. — 912 W. Central Ave., Orlando 1-2-47 

Hobby, W. A. — Box 352, Auburndale 2-24-47 

Hochman, Nat H. — 1534 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 11-17-48 

Hockstad, Robert A. — c/o F. & M. Packing Co., Brooksville 1-25-47 

Hodes, Herbert C— 2757 Coral Way, Miami 3-27-48 

Hodge, B. H. — Box 4083, Station 5, Orlando 4-22-47 

Hodge, Betty Jane — c/o Yonge, Beggs & Lane, Pensacola 10-7-48 

Hodge, John D. — 1503 Carr St., Palatka 11-5-48 

Hodge, Margaret C. — 112 Avocado Ave., Sanford 9-24-47 

Hodges, A. H. — Box 3036, Daytona Beach 2-11-47 

Hodges, Agnes E. — Box 3656, Daytona Beach 11-13-47 

Hodges, E. M. — 436 Lake St., Orlando 3-1-47 

Hodges, Ida V.— 1045'/2 9th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 3-18-48 

Hodges, Joe E. — 1020 E. Duval St., Lake City 7-1-48 

Hodges, Nell B. — Box 711, Pensacola 8-20-48 

Hodges, Robert L. — 210-211 Gray Building, Orlando 6-11-48 

Hogdin, Robert M., Jr. — 54 Dr. Kennedy Home, Ft. Lauderdale 2-20-47 

Hodgkinson, Florence — 133 3rd St. N., St. Petersburg 5-17-47 

Hoegner, Fred G. — 313 Exchange Building. Jacksonivlle 8-28-47 

Hoehn, Fred— 142 W. 21st St., Hialeah 4-7-48 

Hoeth, George W.— 1440 NW 34th St., Miami 12-20-47 

Hoff, Herman M.— 4747 SW 3rd St., Miami 6-26-47 

Hoff, Maurice K.— 236 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami 35 2-7-47 

Hoffman, Agnes T. — P.O. Box 1808, Tampa 6-8-47 

Hoffman, Bertha T. — 728 N. 1st St., Jacksonville Beach 8-19-48 

Hoffman, Connie K. — Box 35, Bradenton Beach 4-10-48 

Hoffman, Earline — 56 E. Pine St., Orlando 4-23-47 

Hoffman, Forrest — 605 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-20-48 

Hoffman, June — Haines City 10-14-48 

Hoffman, Lorraine C. — 1401 Edgewater Dr., Orlando 5-24-48 

Hoffman, Mervin M. — P.O. Box 6, Miami Springs 12-1-47 

Hoffman, Naomi M. — 719'/2 Florida Ave., Tampa 3-25-48 

Hoffman, Ralph C— 4945 4th St. N., St. Petersburg 8-7-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 467 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hoffman, Shirley P.— 204 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 9-10-48 

Hoffman, William P. — 13 E. Zaragossa Ave., Pensacola 8-13-47 

Hoffmaster, Roger S. — 1232 SW 17th Terrace, Miami 11-26-47 

Hof heinz, William J. — 808 Monroe St., Tallahassee 2-5-47 

Hofman, W. A. — 1545 Washington St., Hollywood 9-8-48 

Hofmann, Robert L. — 716 N. Federal Highway, Pt. Lauderdale 11-22-47 

Hogan, Bernce W. — Florida Power & Light Co.. St. Petersburg 3-2-47 

Hogan, C. A.— 36 E. Union St., Jacksonville 7-16-47 

Hogan, R. G.— 3108 Bay to Bay Blvd., Tampa 6 8-19-47 

Hogan, Thelma S. — 3108 Bay to Bay Blvd., Tampa 11-28-47 

Holbrook, H. Leon, Jr. — 1807 Barnett Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 2-28-48 

Holch, Samuel V. — 356 Beach St., Daytona Beach 8-9-48 

Holcomb, Alyce — 346 Birch Ct., Jacksonville 5-5-47 

Holcomb, Edgar D.— Box 2311, Orlando 7-10-47 

Holland, Eugene W.— 202'/2 W. Piatt Si., Tampa 6 3-24-47 

Holland, Frances E.— 2130 NW 32nd St., Miami 11-13-48 

Holland. H. W.— 802 Fla., Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-22-47 

Holland, Margaret J. — 4207 N. "A" St., Apt. 9, Tampa 8-20-48 

Holland, S. L.. Jr.— 1005 S. Broadway, Bartow 5-29-48 

Holland, W. E. — 6901 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 5-31-48 

Holleman, R. W. — 1216 Ridgewood Ave., Orlando 6-24-47 

Holler, R.— Box 1258, Sanford 7-11-47 

Hollett, Merrill— 45 W. Central Ave., Orlando 4-29-48 

Holley, Albert E.— 105 W. Palm Ave., Tampa 5-20-48 

Holley, Elma B. — 116 N. 19th Ave., Jacksonville Beach 2-3-48 

Holley, Gladys S. — Box 126, Quincy 9-27-48 

Holliday, Olive E.— 2107 Parker Ave. W., West Palm Beach 12-6-47 

Hollingsworth. F. C— Box 307, Starke 10-21-48 

Hollingsworth, Henry N.— 816 NE 149th St. N., Miami 5-13-48 

HoUis, G. P. — 143 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota 9-7-48 

Hollis, Sarah R. — Rt. 2, Box 118, Tallahassee 7-9-48 

Holleman, Elizabeth — 707 Citizens Bldg.. West Palm Beach 4-20-48 

Holloway, Jacqueline — P.O. Box 324, Ocala 10-1-48 

Holly, W. A.— 413 6th St., Sanford 5-24-48 

Holmes, Betty Ann — Peninsula Life Bldg., Jacksonville 11-21-47 

Holmes, C. W.— P.O. Box 677, Winter Park 7-11-47 

Holmes, L. W.— 709 SE 1st St., Pt. Lauderdale 2-12-47 

Holmes, Mary Budd — 1007 Park St., Jacksonville 2-21-47 

Holroyd. Patsy — 3716 NW 20th Ave., Miami 11-13-47 

Holsberry, Leroy V. — 511 Fla. Nat'l Bank Bldg., Pensacola _ 10-1-47 

Holshouser, Wm. A. — 222 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 12-12-47 

Holt, Davis E. — RFD Box 460, Winter Haven 9-2-47 

Holt, Frank J. — 2534 N. Miami Ave., Miami 10-27-47 

Holt, L. M. — 817 S. Palafox St., Pensacola 2-29-48 

Holton, Bernice H. — P.O. Box 1492. Orlando 8-2-48 

Holton, Josephine R. — 222 N. Oleander Ave., Daytona Beach 9-24-48 

Holton, Julia — Rt. 6, Box 75, Jacksonville 7 1-23-47 

Holton, Vonnie — 1010 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 4-19-47 

Holzer, Curt, Jr. — 3221 NW 10th Court, Miami 6-7-48 

Honetor, Charles J. — Rt. 1, Box 63. Kissimmee 2-14-47 

Honeyman, Russell F. — 51 NE 1st St., Miami 10-6-48 

Honorof , Daniel M. — 62 W. Flagler St., Miami 9-27-48 

Hood, Alice M.— P.O. Box 2336, Hollywood 4-14-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hood, Bruce A. — First Natl Bank BIdg., Hollywood 11-18-48 

Hood, Mary G. — 1303 Talbot Ave., Jacksonville 2 9-2-48 

Hooper, J. W. — Cocoa 7-31-48 

Hoopes, Samuel A. — 2280 25th Terrace Southwest, Miami 12-4-47 

Hoover, Howard D. — 1641 Mount Vernon, Orlando 9-1-48 

Hope, R. L. — 644 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 2-4-47 

Hopkins, Blanche M. — 209 Indian River Ave., Melbourne 2-11-47 

Hopkins, Jack Eugene — 437 Macy St., West Palm Beach 12-9-48 

Hopkins, J. Douglas, Jr. — P.O. Box 1235, Tallahassee 4-11-47 

Hopkins, Jerry M. — P.O. Box 1148, Plant City 8-21-48 

Hopkins, Leslie — 155 SE 12th St., Miami 9-15-48 

Hopkins, P. I., Jr. — 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach 6-14-48 

Hopkins, V. W. — Office Dean of Students, University of Florida, Gainesville. . 7-27-48 

Hord, B. T. — c/o Peoples Bank. Crescent City 2-29-48 

Horn, Bernard — 1115 Cleveland St., Cleawater 10-1-47 

Horn, Edna N. — 37 NE 1st Ave., Miami 10-25-47 

Horn, Josephine G. — 207 Indian River Ave., Melbourne 11-24-48 

Horn, Wade H., Jr.— 623 NE 61st St., Miami 2-22-47 

Hornbuckle, P. G. — 1000 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-12-47 

Hornby, Regina N.— 1262 SW 2nd St., Miami 6-23-48 

Horn, Colette — 801 SW 9th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 9-20-48 

Home, Edna E. — 1345 E. Lee St., Pensacola 12-28-48 

Home, J. C, Jr.— 1715 N. 20th Ave., Pensacola 10-26-47 

Home, Louise — c/o Howard McLean, The Watson Agency, Inc., Pensacola 3-3-48 

Home, Patricia M. — 104 Gilliland Rd., Pensacola 1-15-48 

Horner, Elbert L. — Box 1548, Ft. Myers 10-3-47 

Horner, Fern C. — c o Newport Ships, Newport 11-10-48 

Horrell, Merton S. — 219 American Bldg., Orlando 7-19-47 

Horsley, William John — 340 NW 8th Ave., Miami 3-20-48 

Horton, H. W., Jr.— RFD No. 1, Bartow 6-9-47 

Horton, J. M. — 4060 London Road, Jacksonville 7 5-27-47 

Horton, Louise W. — Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 3-18-47 

Hosea, Roxie H.— 611 N.W. 5th St., Miami 36 4-17-48 

Hoskinson, Bertha T.— 1257 McDuff Ave.. Jacksonville 9-12-47 

Hosier, Violet C. — c/o Smith Stevedoring & Forwarding Co., Pensacola 1-6-48 

Hotard, A. E.— 1799 S.W. 8th St., Miami 1-27-48 

Hough, Juanita — c/o Leo Chapman, 1009 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach... 3-18-48 

Hough, Kenneth Raj'— 309 W. Lake Howard Dr., Winter Haven 12-17-48 

Hough, M. L.— 318 N.E. 7th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 1-22-47 

Hough, Marie B. — 151 N. Federal Highway, Delray Beach 7-28-47 

Hough, Scott, 2112 Woodford Ave., Ft. Myers 2-8-47 

Houghton, J. Prank — 401 Fla. Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-4-48 

Houlihan, F. M., Jr.— 1412 Lorenzo Ave., Tampa 3-23-48 

House, J. F.— 900 S.W. 6th Ave., Miami 4-24-47 

House, R. F. — P.O. Box 169, Clermont 11-6-47 

Houseman, Esther M. — Box 944, Tallahassee 2-9-48 

Houser, Anna C. — 358 Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park 1-6-48 

Householder, Karlyle— 101-09 N. Park Ave., Sanford 1-16-48 

Houston, Z. E. — 739 W. Orange St., Lakeland 9-12-47 

Howard, A. B. — P.O. Box 1749, Sarasota 9-17-47 

Howard, Benjamin B. — 341 4th St. So., St. Petersburg 7-30-47 

Howard, Bettye N. — 2778 Southwood Lane, Jacksonville 7-29-48 

Howard, E. B. — Waverly Growers Cooperative, Waverly 5-3-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 469 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Howard, Edwina S. — Box 354, Auburndale 10-2-48 

Howard. Eleanor M. — P.O. Box 3363. Jacksonville 12-29-48 

Howard. Elizabeth L. — 333 Sears Avenue, Daytona Beach 5-7-48 

Howard. Elma — P.O. Box 2087, Orlando 2-21-48 

Howard. Esther A. — 2912 Massachusetts Ave., Tampa 11-6-47 

Howard, P. Paul — 7244 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 5-13-47 

Howard. Frank D. — Leesburg 6-21-47 

Howard. Fred N. — 1745 Main St., Jacksonville 10-24-47 

Howard, Glenn E. — Box 899, Winter Haven 10-18-48 

Howard, Joe — Rt. 1. Box 826, Hialeah 1-29-47 

Howard, I;aurie K. — Ellenton 8-5-48 

Howard, M. — 504 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 5-1-48 

Howard. M. A. iMiss) — 219 E. Robinson Ave., Orlando 1-7-47 

Howard. M. T.— 429 S.W. 8th Court, Miami 8-9-47 

Howard. Mary Helen — 1019 Colombo St., Jacksonville 4-11-47 

Howard, Mary Wright — Box 118, Sta. A, St. Petersburg 6-7-48 

Howard, T. J.— 1451 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-5-48 

Howard, W. Thomas — Box 1166, Ft. Myers 2-19-47 

Howarth, Mary S. — P.O. Box 146, DeLand 1-8-47 

Howarth, Sarah B. — P.O. Box 3862. Daytona Beach 4-8-47 

Howatt, Frank G. — Box 467, St. Augustine 5-12-47 

Howe, C. F. — 871 Central Ave.. St. Petersburg 2-7-48 

Howe, Charles K. — 204 S. Albany Ave., Tampa 6 7-21-48 

Howe, Floy L. — Fisher-Brown, Inc., Pensacola 7-1-48 

Howe, J. R. — 1806 E. Jackson St., Pensacola 7-21-48 

Howe, Wm. D. — P.O. Box 883, Pensacola 8-2-48 

Howell, Beatrice N. — 104 Cardy St., Tampa 6-3-48 

Howell, Hannah S. — 733 S.E, 6th Terrace, Gainesville 6-7-48 

Howell, J. D.. Jr. — Rm. 404. Fla. Bank Bldg., Orlando 8-5-48 

Howell, O. D., Jr.— 3403 Bay Villa, Tampa 9 8-5-48 

Howie, Bernice — 7120 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 5-24-47 

Howell. Buford — 512 N. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale 3-13-47 

Howell. Cecil H. — 1023 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-17-47 

Howell. Dorothy — Box 48. Ocala 6-23-47 

Howell. Jack— 3010 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 12-12-47 

Howell, J. Marvin — 1516 Elder St., Jacksonville 1-14-48 

Howells, Lois— 417 S.E. 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale 2-12-47 

Hrezo. Stephen M.— 215-7th St. S.W., Winter Haven 10-22-47 

Huban, Louise G.— 1067 N.W. 1st St., Miami 3-11-48 

Hubbard. Alloa G. — 50 W. Flagler St., Miami 3-3-47 

Hubbard, Cary C. — P.O. Box 166, Panama City 9-14-48 

Hubbard, Edwin L.— 913 duPont Bldg., Miami 32 5-30-47 

Hubbard, Eugenia — 66 Almeria St., St. Augustine 7-21-47 

Hubbard, Eula D.— 44 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 2-5-47 

Huber. Mary Anne — c/o Hon. Sam E. Murrell, 116'/2 S. Orange Ave., Orlando. . 12-18-47 

Hubert. Peter— 133-7th Ave. So.. St. Petersburg 11-16-48 

Hubert. Ruth C— 133-7th Ave. So., St. Petersburg 11-16-48 

Husbsch, Dave — 259 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach 12-18-48 

Huddleston. Clarita M.— 1914 N.W. 49th St., Miami 32 5-18-48 

Hudson, Beulah S.— P.O. Box 1025. Crystal River 8-9-47 

Hudson, D. B.— 2240 S.W. 5th St., Miami 1-24-48 

Hudson, Eleanor T. — Box 1064, Pensacola 8-5-47 

Hudson, Geraldine C. — c/o Anderson & Nelsen, 2901 N.E. Second Ave., Miami. 2-14-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hudson, Horace R. — 839 E. Boundary St., Gainesville 3-13-47 

Hudson, Seaman K. — Box 335, Pernandina 10-1-47 

Hudson, Van Edith — c/o Smith Stevedoring & Forwarding Co., Panama City. 6-24-48 

Huey, Harold L.— 2291 S.W. 14th St., Miami 35 11-1-48 

Huff, C. R. — 616 S. Main St., Ocala 1-28-48 

Huff, Glenn S. — 130 S. 13th St., Ft. Pierce 2-16-48 

Huff, Lewis M. — 7766 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 1-6-47 

Huff, Peggy T. — 821 So. Rome Ave., Tampa 5-21-48 

Huff, Thos. O. — 13436 Gulf Blvd., Madeira Island. St. Petersburg 11-5-47 

Huff, Z. A. — P. O. Box 2534, Jacksonville 10-18-48 

Huffaker, R. B. — Drawer 149, Bartow 9-8-47 

Huggins, John F. — 16 W. Garden St., Pensacola 8-10-47 

Hughes, C. R. — 1204 LeBaron St., Jacksonville 2-11-48 

Hughes, Gertrude P. — 2757 S.W. 34th Ave., Miami 11-26-48 

Hughes, Hermie E. — 403 W. Broadway, Ocala 7-28-48 

Hughes, Irene V. — 7612 N.W. 4th Ave., Miami 1-2-47 

Hughes, J. L.— 31 N.E. 46th St., Miami 38 7-25-48 

Hughes, W. E. — P.O. Box 56, Everglades 2-23-48 

Hughson, Charles Oliver — 302 Second St. No., Chipley 4-19-48 

Hugenin, P. B. — Box 1 150, Sarasota 9-9-48 

Huguley, A. W. — c/o East Coast Motors, Inc., Palm Beach 4-10-48 

Hulbert, Caroline L. — 1453 Highland St. So., St. Petersburg 1-7-48 

Hulett, E. C, Jr. — c/o B. B. McCormick & Sons, Jacksonville Beach 9-6-47 

Hulin, Jennie R. — P.O. Box 5003, Jacksonville 2-9-48 

Hull, Edith M. — 441 N.E. 4th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 11-24-47 

Hull, Frederick A. — lOSVa S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 10-27-47 

Hull, Warner S. — 5219 Fremont Ave., Lake Shore, Jacksonville 11-22-47 

HuUender, Vevie H. — 806 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 11-4-48 

Hulse, Alice R.— 123 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 5-13-48 

Humer, Audrey N. — 421 E. 1st Ave., Hialeah 11-30-48 

Humphrey, C. E. — 1602 Florida Ave., Tampa 2-26-48 

Humphries, B. B. — 1029 S.W. 5th St., Miami 36 6-14-47 

Humphries, Mary — 1329 N.E. 5th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 11-12-47 

Humphries, P. M.— 1029 S.W. 5th St., Miami 2-17-47 

Humphries, S. J. — Box 885, West Palm Beach 2-14-47 

Hunley, Dorothy — c/o County Judge, Clearwater 9-26-47 

Hunnlcutt, F. P. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Pensacola 8-16-48 

Hunnicutt, Jane S. — 16 Second St., Lake Wales 10-20-48 

Hunt, E. Glenn— 11000 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 3-28-47 

Hunt, Floyd L. — Port St. Joe 5-27-48 

Hunt, Hazel Ruth — Box 574, Clermont 6-10-48 

Hunt, James E. — 546 S.E. Third Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-23-48 

Hunt, Leola — 1025 S.W. 2nd Court, Ft. Lauderdale 6-7-47 

Hunt, Lowell W., Sr. — 326 Phoenix Ave., Daytona Beach 11-24-47 

Hunt, Mary G. — c/o Orange State Casket Co., Tampa 12-31-48 

Hunt, Teresa F. — 8000 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 8-16-47 

Hunter, Betty A. — Box 333, Tavares 5-1-47 

Hunter, D. J.— 106 Merritt St., Plant City 1-27-48 

Hunter, John Paul — Box 721, Coral Gables 1-16-47 

Hunter, Richard G. — 426 N.E. 34th St., Miami 9-10-47 

Hunter, Roy B. — Mulberry 8-28-48 

Hunter, W. Finlay — Box 2108, Tampa 9-9-48 

Hurley, Elizabeth M. — 915 Market St., Jacksonville 12-13-48 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 471 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Hurley, Gwendolyn — Box 159, Winter Garden 5-17-48 

Huron, Wanda— P.O. Box 711, Ft. Myers 8-6-48 

Hurst, A. R.— P.O. Box 957, Dania 11-8-48 

Hurst, Grace Cohn — Box 957, Dania 10-25-48 

Hurst, Henry R. — 225 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 4 2-5-47 

Hurst, Kathryn— 1429 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 36 8-6-48 

Husek, George J. — c o Harry Halden, Box 1234, Lakeland 7-31-48 

Huskey, John L.— 1012 E. Rose St., Lakeland 2-2-47 

Huston, Lulu M. — 2403 S. Poinsettia Ave., West Palm Beach 5-30-48 

Hutchlns, Christine — 409 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 6-16-47 

Hutchins, John R. — c/o Seaside Inn, Fernandina Beach 7-17-48 

Hutchins, T. D., Jr.— Box 1133, Panama City 12-6-47 

Hutchins, Willard E.— 1063 9th St. So., St. Petersburg 2-23-48 

Hutchinson, Ruth— 628 N.W. 37th St., Miami 11 10-13-47 

Hutchinson, W. F. — 150 Avenue "D" N.E., Winter Haven 8-26-47 

Hutchison, Oma — 2050 N. Miami Ave., Miami 8-30-48 

Hutchison, Ray H.— 1907 Fig St., Tampa 9-2-48 

Hutson, Florence H. — P.O. Box 341, Gainesville 2-27-48 

Hutto, Victor B. — 2967 S.W. 23rd St., Miami 2-9-48 

Hyatt, R. F., Jr. — 136 N. Palmetto St., Gainesville 4-30-47 

Hyatt, Ruth — 1657 Washington Ave. at Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 10-24-47 

Hycko, Anne K. — 3041 S.W. 18th St., Miami 1-21-47 

Hyer, J. Whiting — Box 1384, Pensacola 12-9-48 

Hyotlaine, William K. — 410 Guaranty Bldg., West Palm Beach 1-29-47 

Hyman, Elise P. — P.O. Box 698, Avon Park 9-19-47 

Hyman, Maxwell — 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-29-47 

Iba, Alvin A. — 84 SW 25th Rd., Miami 12-29-48 

Idsinger, Leda — 5601 Haines Rd., St. Petersburg 1-6-47 

Ihrig, Frances L. — 3030 NW 9th Ave., Miami 9-26-47 

Illig, Florence — P.O. Box 145, Miami Springs 12-23-47 

Imand, Wm. — 1361 SW 14th St., Miami 6-15-47 

Imbride, Mary R. — 1607 Congress Bldg., Miami 12-17-47 

Imes, Louise Morgan — 29th Ave. at 14th St. W., Bradenton 4-15-48 

Immler, Phyllis — 135 Coral Way, Coral Gables 12-19-47 

Infante, Alfred R.— 4129 NW 22nd St., Miami 5-30-47 

Ingalls, C. J. — Box 104, Groveland 7-6-48 

Ingham, Albert L. — Box 2348, Palm Beach 10-9-47 

Inglesby, Hilda Canova — 860 9th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 5-22-47 

Ingleton, J. W. SE 7th St., Miami 36 9-13-48 

Ingoldsby, J. H.— 806 NW 3rd St., Miami 12-1-47 

Ingraham, Anne E. — Dozier & Gay Paint Co., Jacksonville 7-10-47 

Ingraham, Mary Earline — Box 421, Buena Vista « 9-20-47 

Ingraham, Blanche C. — Box 30, Bradenton 1-13-48 

Ingram, D. B. — P.O. Box 93, Fort Piece 11-8-47 

Ingram, F. P. — P.O. Box 1531, Tampa 8-5-47 

Ingram, J. M. — Room 13, City Hall, Jacksonville 5-24-47 

Ingram, John B. — 403 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 8-31-48 

Ingram, Olive L. — Astatula 10-18-48 

Inman, Viola Gladys — 535 NW 11th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-14-47 

Innes, R. P. — 273. Lafayette Drive, Miami Springs 11-10-48 

Instine, Frank C. — 530 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 9-26-47 

Interlandi, Laura J. — 511 James St., Tampa 9-8-48 

lola, Mildred — 918 Seybold Bldg., Miami 10-9-47 



472 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Irby, Loyce — Wauchula 10-6-47 

Ireland, P. P. — 503 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 11-4-48 

Ireland, June — 5 SW 2nd Ave., Miami 36 5-4-48 

Irick, Lucille K. — 410 Flagler Ave., New Smyrna Beach 6-17-47 

Irizarry, Argella — 345 NW 3rd St., Miami 6-17-48 

Irons, Mark K.— 24 SW 2nd Ave., Miami 11-9-48 

Irvin. C. W., Jr.— 941 SW 3rd St., Miami 5-19-48 

Irvine, Nesbitt E. — Box 2827, St. Petersburg 1-19-48 

Isanhour, Mary Lee — 801 E. LaRua St., Pensacola 2-25-47 

Isenberg. Michael M. — 1012 Olyjnpia Bldg., Miami 1-27-47 

Ismay, Joseph P.— 2203 NW 79th St., Miami 3-10-47 

Israel, R. T. — 1224 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 8-27-47 

Issler, L. R. 1 153 NW. 28th St., Miami 37 11-29-48 

Ives, Hal S. — Citizen Bldg., West Palm Beach 11-28-47 

Ivey, Clara Mae — 6705 Elizabeth St., Tampa 3 12-8-47 

Ivey, Lura Mae — Lake City 9-8-47 

Ivey, Margaret — 53 E. 1st St., Ft. Myers 2-11-48 

Iwaniec, Eugene J. — P.O. Box 351, Bartow 5-27-48 

Jacobson, Alice M. — 1904 Virginia Drive, Bradonton 4-22-48 

Jacks, J. E. — 3 N.E. 79th Street, Miami 38 5-16-47 

Jackson, Azzie Mae (Mrs.) — 709 Metcalf Bldg., Orlando 9-30-47 

Jackson, Clara K. — 14 SE First St., Miami 4-1-48 

Jackson, Doris M.— 1814 S.W. 21st Street, Miami 11-17-47 

Jackson, E. V. — Pompano, P.O. Box 643 4-21-48 

Jackson, Ella V. — 1337 Mount Herman St.. Jacksonville 8-24-48 

Jackson, Ellen N. — c o Watson & Brown, Atty., Pensacola 6-4-48 

Jackson, Florence M. — c 'o Crandon Wholesale Drug Co., 60 NW 6th Street, 

Miami 4-29-48 

Jackson, Florence V. W.— 930 S.E. 9th St., Ft. Lauderdale 4-14-48 

Jackson, H. P. — Box 65, Jupiter 9-11-47 

Jackson, Henry N. — 710 East 8th St., Ocala 1-22-47 

Jackson, Inez — 2500-52nd Avenue North, St. Petersburg 8-7-48 

Jackson. J. M.— 1803 34th St., Tampa 12-21-48 

Jackson, James — P.O. Box 2232, Tampa 12-21-48 

Jackson, Jewel C. — c o Clark's Jewelry Store, Marianna 10-24-47 

Jackson, John A., Jr. — Box 1848, Orlando 3-5-48 

Jackson, John O. — 202 Smith Bldg., Jacksonville 8-10-48 

Jackson, Lelah B. — 102 North Howard Ave., Tampa 6-1-48 

Jackson, Lillian D. — 672 N. Orange Ave., Orlando, c/o H. P. Boland, Realtor.. 1-2-48 

Jackson, Lorena M. — 712 Stratford Ave., Tampa 3 11-18-47 

Jackson, S. K. — Box 697, Gainesville 4-10-47 

Jackson, Tim S»— c o J. L. Young, Inc., P.O. Box 8937, Tampa 4 11-26-48 

Jackson, W. C, Jr.— 1115 N.E. 91st St., Miami 2-7-47 

Jackson, Warren — P.O. Box 32, DeLand 7-31-48 

Jacob, Josephine R. — City of Winter Park, City Hall, Winter Park 3-10-47 

Jacobs, Annie R.— 1336 West 26th St., Jacksonville 1-29-47 

Jacobs, Beatrice — c/o Shutts, Bowen, Simmons, Prevatt & Julian, Attys. 

First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Miami 2-10-47 

Jacobs. D. M. — 220 Loomis Avenue, Daytona Beach 9-24-47 

Jacobs, Ernest J. — 409 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 4-15-47 

Jacobs, Janette Kammer — 3415 Sheridan Avenue, Miami Beach 10-4-47 

Jacobs. Lincoln L. — Box 877, DeLand 4-26-48 

Jacobson, Samuel— 4301 S.W. 12th Street. Miami 8-4-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 473 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Tears from Date Given 

Jacoby. Fred C. — 113 East Lafayette St., Tampa 3-31-47 

Jaeger, Frederick S. — P.O. Box 3214. Dayotna Beach 8-14-48 

Jaffee, Diana — 1418 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 39 12-15-47 

Jahn, George N.— 1020 S.W. 23rd Avenue, Miami 6-3-48 

Jakedof sky, John V. — 46 Saragossa St., St. Augustine 10-14-47 

Jamerson, Blanche — 12 South Main Street, Orlando 5-3-48 

James, Anna S. — Keystone Heights 8-23-48 

James, Curtis M. — 1214 Boston Avenue, Ft. Pierce 6-21-48 

James, Edith M. — 1001 Florida Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 2-17-47 

James, Eileen — Box 3433, Orlando 12-11-47 

James, Geo. O. — 687 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-22-48 

James, J. E. — 3515 Barcelona Street. Tampa 3-28-47 

James, Jane — 7612 Laura St., Jacksonville 4-17-47 

James, Melba Jeanne — 609 Second St., West Palm Beach 9-7-48 

James, Neva M. — 1023 SW 6th St.. Miami 5-20-48 

James, Otis David — 609 Second Street, West Palm Beach 9-7-48 

James, Rebekah — 545 Lancaster St., Jacksonville 4-24-48 

James, Robert C. — c o City Clerk, Fort Pierce 8-2-47 

James, Walter L.— Fort Walton 1-22-47 

James, William O. — Monticello 2-5-48 

Jameson, H. S. — c o Jameson Furniture & Hardware Co., 1121 N. Davis St., 

Pensacola 7-23-48 

Jameson, R. T. — P.O. Box 693, Bartow 3-21-47 

Jamison, J. R. — Wabasso 4-11-48 

Janes, Elma E. — Wauchula 10-25-48 

Janes, Olive M. — 18 N.E. 7th St., Fort Lauderdale 3-22-48 

Jann, Marjorie L. — North Shore Bank, Miami Beach 1-1-48 

Jansen, G. A. — 1603 High Street, Leesburg 9-9-48 

Japour, Clementine — 1311 Beach Drive North, St. Petersburg 4-8-48 

Jarrard, Wayne P. — c o P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 2-17-47 

Jarrett, R. P. — 201 Beymer Bldg., Winter Haven 2-12-48 

Jarrett, Susie — 1125 North 14th Ave., Pensacola 3-6-48 

Jasie, William — 4235 N. Alton Road, Miami Beach 5-19-48 

Jaudon, Lenna R. — Dover 9-18-47 

Jeffries, Alma B. — Florida Hotel. DeFuniak Springs 5-6-48 

Jeffery, Eloise P. — 915'2 McBerry, Tampa 1-20-47 

Jeffries, Dixie — 612 Twiggs St., Box 1320, Tampa 3-22-48 

Jenkerson, Warren E. — 1219 North 19th Ave., Pensacola 2-6-48 

Jenkins, Joe C. — 329 West University Ave., Gainesville 3-12-47 

Jenkins, Laura B. — 214 Evenia St., West Palm Beach 10-23-47 

Jenkins, Paul — 3216 Azule St., Tampa 4-24-47 

Jenkins, Wesley E. — P.O. Box 36, Hawthorne 7-14-48 

Jennings, Bonnie W. — 19 N. Summerlin St., Orlando 2-28-48 

Jennings, Clark W. — 809 Metcalf Building, Orlando 2-15-47 

Jennings, George — 7021 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami 9-22-48 

Jennings, Janie — c/o Hollis Bros., Tampa & Jackson St., Tampa 12-10-47 

Jensen, Chas. — Lachoochee, P.O. Box 182 12-22-47 

Jensen, Christlan^320 Coral Way, Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 2-14-47 

Jensen, Julia B.— 597 NW 69th St., Miami 2-19-47 

Jansen, Magareth B. — P.O. Box 1134, Station A, St. Petersburg 12-22-48 

Jansen, Stefanie M. — 50 West Flagler St., Miami 1-19-48 

Jerger, Louis H. — 354 Fourth St. North, St. Petersburg 10-6-47 

Jernagan, Margaret R. — 102 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee 3-25-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 



Name and Address 



Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Jernigan, Gladys — 301 Second Street, Crestview 3-15-47 

Jernigan, P. L. — 125 South Court, Orlando 6-18-47 

Jervey, Mary C. — 1471 Avondale Ave., Jacksonville 1-30-47 

Jesse, Madeline— 2025 N.W. 36th St., Miami 6-16-48 

Jessee, M. C. — Box 350, Miami 10-2-48 

Jeter, Eulalie — Box 351, Bonifay 12-2-48 

Jeter, J. — Box 590, Lake City 2-15-47 

Jeter, R.R.— Century 8-12-47 

Jeter, Wm. H. — Gulf Life Insurance Co., Jacksonville 9-29-47 

Jetter, Emily — P.O. Box 87, Daytona Beach 7-31-48 

Jewell, Albert B. — 517 Laura St., Jacksonville 1-6-48 

Jewett. Charles C. — 2042-14th Avenue, Vero Beach 11-9-43 

Jobe, W. D. — Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 3-16-47 

Joerger, Madeline — Box 1046, Fort Pierce 11-2-48 

Johns, C. E. — 1424 Main Street, Jacksonville 8-14-47 

Johns, Charley E.— P.O. Box 748, Starke 2-6-48 

Johns, Corydon T. — 217 Franklin Street, Tampa 9-17-47 

Johns, J. Mercer — 101 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 10-13-47 

Johns, J. Milton— 11618 NE 16th Ave., Miami 11-3-48 

Johns, L. L.— 601 5th Avenue, Zephyrhills 6-23-48 

Johnson, Annette — Box 796, Ocala 5-21-47 

Johnson, B. M. — 39 West Ashley St., Jacksonville 11-2-48 

Johnson, Burt C— Box 1043, Lake Alfred 5-20-47 

Johnson, C. H.— 1627 N.W. 62nd Terace, Miami 5-28-47 

Johnson, Charles E.— 1212 N.W. 5th Ave., Miami 1-31-48 

Johnson, Chidester — P.O. Box 606, Punta Gorda 3-22-47 

Johnson, Clarence R. — Route 1, Box 655, Panama City 7-24-48 

Johnson, Clarice B. (Mrs.)— Box 6036, Station B. Miami 36, 516 NW 6th St 3-19-47 

Johnson, Delia — 34 South Halifax Avenue, Daytona Beach 9-13-48 

Johnson. Dorothy A. — 1417 Fourth Avenue South, St. Petersburg 7 3-21-47 

Johnson, Dottie Lu — 408 South Boyd St., Winter Garden 1-19-48 

Johnson, E. M.— P.O. Box 231, Orlando 7-17-48 

Johnson, Edgar Leo — P.O. Box 44, Gainesville 10-7-48 

Johnson, Elaine R.— P.O. Box No. 703, Key West 9-8-47 

Johnson, Elizabeth — Box 383, Graceville 8-19-48 

Johnson, Estelle — 10 West Bay Street, Jacksonville 7-26-47 

Johnson, Esther M. — 1350 Lorraine Ave., St. Andrew 2-12-47 

Johnson, Eugene M. — 205 E. 19th St., Jacksonville 7-2-48 

Johnson, Evelyn — 1012 S.E. 9th St., Fort Lauderdale 7-19-48 

Johnson, P. L. — P.O. Box 646, Gainesville 1-12-48 

Johnson, Florence (Mrs.) — c/o Bureau Vital Statistics, Court House, Miami.. 4-14-47 

Johnson, G. C, Jr.— 3660 Coral Way, Miami 33 11-4-48 

Johnson, H. P.— Box 518, Wauchula 3-22-48 

Johnson, Hallie — Box 147, 245 South Links St., Sarasota 11-3-47 

Johnson, Harry A., Jr. — 921 Laura Street, Jacksonville 8-13-47 

Johnson, Hilda C— P.O. Box 893, Pensacola 6-22-48 

Johnson, Howard C. — 1408 S. 17th Avenue, Hollywood 4-23-48 

Johnson, I. J. — 714 Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg., Pensacola 11-4-47 

Johnson, Iris M.— Box 421, Belle Glade 9-23-48 

Johnson, J. C. — 2123 Main Street, Jacksonville 10-23-47 

Johnson, Mrs. J. J. — 3115 East Hillsboro Ave., Tampa 5 4-9-48 

Johnson, J. W. — c/o Family Finance, 1642 Main St., Jacksonville 2 7-15-48 

Johnson, James L.— Box 527, Key West 11-26-48 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 475 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Johnson, John D.— 171 N.W. 11th St., Miami 7-28-48 

Johnson, Jennie D. — P.O. Box 317, Coconut Grove Station, Miami 5-9-47 

Johnson, Kay— 230 West Fourth St., Jacksonville 2-16-48 

Johnson, L. E., Sr. — 344 N.W. 10th Avenue, Miami 2-7-48 

Johnson, Mack— 521 S.W. 6th Street, Miami 3-15-47 

Johnson, Mary E. — 496 NW 35th Ave., Miami 2-15-47 

Johnson, Mildred— 3235 NW 23rd Ave., Miami 3-22-47 

Johnson, Olga— II86V2 Edgewood Avenue, Jacksonville 6-26-47 

Johnson, Otto — 301 Franklin Street, Tampa 3-2-48 

Johnson, Patricia — RFD No. 1, Perry 3-3-48 

Johnson, Paul B. — c/o Graham & Dixon, 307 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 6-26-48 

Johnson, Paul C. — c/o Foley-Carter Ins., Box 115, St. Petersburg 10-11-48 

Johnson, R. E. — 101 E. Bay St., Jacksonville 3-9-48 

Johnson, R. P. — 310 Federal Bldg., Tampa 9-28-4b 

Johnson, R. P.— 3382 Seville Street, Jacksonville 6-12-48 

Johnson, R. S. — c/o State Road Dept., Tallahassee 5-30-47 

Johnson, Robert C. — 2259 Park Street, Jacksonville 1-27-48 

Johnson, Susan J. — Route 2, Box 126-B, Winter Haven 6-26-48 

Johnson, Vivian F. — 124 S. Oleander Ave., Daytona Beach 7-28-48 

Johnson, W. F. — 612 Chattachoochee St., River Junction 1-20-48 

Johnson, W. L. — 1319 Miami Road, Jacksonville 9-24-47 

Johnson, Wenonah S. — The Exotic Gardens, Inc., 2790 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami. 10-20-47 

Johnson, W. McK. C— Box 775, Homestead 2-17-47 

Johnson, Wyatt — 832 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 2-23-48 

Johnson, Yvonne L. — 106 Olivia Street, Key West 11-3-48 

Johnston, A. H. — 3404 Tambay Ave., Tampa 5-24-47 

Johnston, C. L. — c/o Coxe & Stephens, Law Exchange Bldg., St. Augustine.. 7-19-47 

Johnston, E. Covington — P.O. Box 26, Gainesville 9-29-48 

Johnston, F. C— 4610 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami 3-22-48 

Johnston, F. Rawls — 513 Court House, Miami 9-13-47 

Johnston, H. S. — Box 55, Davenport 3-23-48 

Johnston, Helen T.— 2231 Filmore St., Hollywood 4-18-47 

Johnston, James M. — 119 Bryan St., Kissimmee 1-7-47 

Johnston, John L. — Box 304, Brooksville 1-23-47 

Johnston, Kate W.— 19 West Flagler St., Miami 11-28-47 

Joiner, William D.— 129 W. Court St., Gainesville 5-26-47 

Jolly, Virginia L. — 920 Turnbull St., New Smyrna Beach 9-4-48 

Jonas, Leona — 820 South Rome Ave., Tampa 3-19-48 

Jonas, T. R. — Box 252, Orlando 7-6-48 

Jones, Audrey W.— Box 326, Belle Glade 9-18-48 

Jones, Augustus W.— 639 N.W. 102nd St., Miami 38 5-17-47 

Jones, Bernice — 701 Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach 6-20-47 

Jones, Beth— 2272 N.W. 2nd Street, Miami 12-20-48 

Jones, C. E.— 211 County Court House, West Palm Beach 4-27-48 

Jones, C. N. — Office of Supt. of Public Instruction, Titusville 1-16-47 

Jones, Caroline — 209 East Riggins St., Lakeland 6-27-47 

Jones, Charles A. — 421 25th Ave. North, St. Petersburg 5-11-47 

Jones, Claude C. — 9 North Polk Avenue, Arcadia 7-30-47 

Jones, Dekle B.— P.O. Box 285, Arcadia 11-24-48 

Jones, Donald G. — Lake Shore Apartments, Apt. No. 4, Leesburg 12-5-47 

Jones, Dorothy H. — P.O. Box 455, Boynton Beach 12-13-48 

Jones, E. H.— 220 South Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 5-31-48 

Jones, E. L.— 2015 Lake Cannon Drive., Winter Haven 5-18-48 



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REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 



Name and Address 



Term, 4 Years from Date Given 



Jones, E. M. — P.O. Box 1628, Miami 3-14-47 

Jones, Elizabeth G. — 512 Masonic Temple Bldg., Jacksonville 3-25-47 

Jones, Eddie — Circle, DeFuniak Springs 5-5-48 

Jones, Elton C. — P.O. Box 1649, Jacksonville 1-15-48 

Jones, Emilee (Colored) — 1021 West Monroe St., Jacksonville 1-8-47 

Jones, Eva W. — 7103 N.E. 4th Court, Miami 38 8-1-47 

Jones, Prances E. — 3573 Franklin Court, Coconut Grove 9-2-47 

Jones, Prank E.— 166 N.W. 10th St., Miami 3-20-47 

Jones, Fred G. — 410 Hildebrandt Bldg., Jacksonville 5-4-47 

Jones, Gabriel B. — Route No. 1, Box 138, DeLand 11-26-47 

Jones, Graham — Box 459, Panama City 8-19-47 

Jones, Helen W.^P.O. Box 142, New Smyrna Beach 5-12-48 

Jones, Howard L.— 534 N.W. 50th St., Miami 37 6-8-47 

Jones, J. Gordon — 307 Duval County Court House, Jacksonville 10-23-48 

Jones, Johnnie — Mayo 7-19-47 

Jones, Juanita B. — 510 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 1-15-47 

Jones, L. E. (Mrs.)— Box 214, 606 Third Street, Lantana 9-13-43 

Jones, Lannie Woodall — 442 Conway Road, Orlando 10-17-47 

Jones, Lee W. — 545 N.E. 65th Street, Miami 5-5-48 

Jones, Lena Kemp (Mrs.)— 1934 NW 35th Street, Miami 37 10-10-47 

Jones, LiUian K.— 2969 S.W. 15th St., Miami 4-29-48 

Jones, Louise — 213 Daniel Street, Marianna 1-2-48 

Jones, Lucille C. (Mrs.) — 5th Floor Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 2-5-48 

Jones, Lucille L.— 416 W. King St., Quincy 2-21-48 

Jones, Mildred E. — 2512 Cleveland St., Hollywood 7-26-48 

Jones, Mildred Seals — Box 720, Jacksonville 9-29-47 

Jones, Nina — Box 602, Ft. Lauderdale 5-8-47 

Jones, Norma (Mrs.) — 3545 S.W. 23rd Terrace, Miami 5-17-48 

Jones, R. O. — Crystal River 2-9-48 

Jones, Raymond G. — 236-17th Ave. SE., St. Petersburg 10-18-48 

Jones, Robert M.— 9250 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 11-8-48 

Jones, Robert W. — c/o Jones-Thompson Motors, 1900 W. Flagler St., Miami... 7-10-48 

Jones, Ruby D. — Box 510. Bradenton 9-7-47 

Jones, Shirley R. — 817-35th Ave. North, St. Petersburg 7-2-47 

Jones, Virginia M. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 2-12-47 

Jones, Virginia P. — 409 W. Gore Ave., Orlando 3-28-47 

Jones, W. D. — 412 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 7-28-43 

Jones, W. H. — 901 NE Second Avenue, Miami 1-11-47 

Jones, W. Elizabeth — 1337 Davis, St., Jacksonville 9-7-43 

Jones, Velma — 304 West Henry Ave., Tampa 4 2-7-47 

Jonsson, Albert C. — 707 Penfield Ave., Kissimmee 11-28-47 

Joss, L. E. — 112 East Adams St., Jacksonville 5-11-47 

Jordan, Alice L.— 2972 S.W. 25th Terrace, Miami 9-11-48 

Jordan, Arthur W. — P.O. Box 690, Clearwater 7-24-47 

Jordan, Beatrice — 1007 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach 10-24-47 

Jordan, Bertha S. (Mrs.) — Box 58, Mango 4-17-48 

Jordan, Donolee — P.O. Box 411, Winter Haven 12-31-47 

Jordan, E. R., Jr. — Wallace "S" Bldg., Annex, Tampa 5-30-47 

Jordan, Echoe — 143 Madeira Ave., Coral Gables 34 3-13-43 

Jordan, H. W.— Box 819, Punta Gorda 3-11-47 

Jordan, H. W.— P.O. Box 2111, Orlando 4-8-48 

Jordan, John Charles — General Delivery, Orlando 2-13-47 

Jordan, L. E.— Oviedo, Box 326 7-19-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 477 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Jordan, Lula G. (Mrs.) — 703 S. Tuscawilla St., Ocala 5-3-48 

Jordan, Virginia Mae — 2520 Main Street, Jacksonville 11-15-48 

Jordan, Ann Elizabeth — 738 Hesperides Road, Lake Wales 11-7-47 

Jorgensen, Hanah — Box 1282, West Palm Beach 3-15-48 

Joseph, James A. — 411 Law Exchange Bldg., Jacksonville 6-17-48 

Joseph, Marguerite W. — 209 West King St., St. Augustine 3-21-47 

Josephine, M. H. (Mrs.i — 804 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 1-13-48 

Jozwiak, J. J. (Miss) — 14 Lincoln Road, Luzon Heights, Warrington 12-3-48 

Jourdan, J. W., Jr. — 625 S. Pleasant St., Gainesville 1-27-47 

Joyner, Willie Lee— 1484 McConine St., Jacksonville 1-29-47 

Juan, Gloria — 1212 17th Avenue, Tampa 5 2-7-48 

Judge, Harry A. — c/ o First National Bank, Ft. Lauderdale 5-12-48 

Julian, Josephine — 1027y2 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland 2-3-47 

Jurney, Miriam J. — Boyd Building, Delray Beach 11-7-47 

Juster, Pauline (Mrs.)— 3003 Aquilla St., Tampa 3-13-47 

Justice, H. L. — Box 277, Tarpon Springs 4-26-47 

Kaempffe, Herbert F. — Pioneer Finance Co., 41 S.W. 9th Ave., Miami 10-17-47 

Kahle, Eugene W., Jr.— 652 N.W. 14th Street, Miami 11-17-48 

Kahler, Helen F.~Tower Court, Box 9268, Tampa 4 5-16-47 

Kahn, A. Edmund— 950 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami 10-30-48 

Kahn, Albert L. — P.O. Box 916, Miami Beach 8-22-47 

Kahn, Burton H.— 950 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 4-14-48 

Kahn, Hanah A.— 40 NE 69th St., Miami 38 2-4-48 

Kain, E. C. — 908 First National Bank Bldg., Miami 7-1-47 

Kairalla, George — 411 Datura Street, West Palm Beach 6-20-47 

Kaiser, Edward J. — 3501 S.W. 3th Street, Miami 12-28-48 

Kaiser, Fred G.— 1130 N.E. 127th St., North Miami 10-29-48 

Kalback, Irving P. — 62 West Flagler St., Miami 38 3-12-48 

Kaleel, Genevieve M.— 514y2 7th Street South, St. Petersburg 2-20-47 

Kalish, Leonard J. — Olympia Bldg., Miami 7-2-48 

Kalman, Reeven D. — 110 N.E. 1st Street, Miami 11-24-47 

Kalmar, Louis P. — Box 414, Jasper 10-11-48 

Kaminis, Hallie — c/o Tarpon Chevrolet Company, Tarpon Springs 3-18-47 

Kaminsky, Joan L.— 49 N.W. 6th Street, Miami 10-22-47 

Kane, Howard — 4590 N. Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 3-3-4'( 

Kane, Pama — 2990 Emathla Street, Miami 3-5-48 

Kane, Terry— 1243 SW 8th Street, Miami 4-5-47 

Kanner, Aaron M. — 239 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 12-19-47 

Kanner, Samuel J.— 213 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 32 7-15-48 

Kanngieser, D. E.— 560 N.W. 47th St., Miami 37 4-12-47 

Kantner, Woodrow A.— Little River Motors, 8280 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 3-10-48 

Kantor, Max — 1575 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 10-20-48 

Kaplan, George — 129 South Tennessee Ave., Lakeland 7-10-47 

Kaplan, Leon — 650 Seybold Bldg., Miami 10-18-48 

Kaplan, Lillian — 153 SW 22nd Road, Miami 7-3-48 

Kaplan, Ruth B.— 660 N.E. 139th St., Box 686, North Miami 7-30-48 

Kaplan, Seymour— 2356 SW 18th Street, Miami 4-1-48 

Kapp, Simon — 1565 Lenox Avenue. Miami Beach 10-22-48 

Karden, Erwin — 620 East Di Lido Drive, Miami Beach 7-30-48 

Kardon, Shirley— 720 N.W. 19th Ct., Miami 9-3-48 

Karel, Prank, Jr. — 214-13 Boone Street. Orlando 3-6-48 

Karkeet, Rollo E.— 3530 N.W. 17th Avenue. Miami 3-29-48 

Karns, Chas. D.— 54 106th St., Miami 38 9-13-48 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Karpe, Harry V. — 702 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 2 1-24-48 

Kashdan, Sol— 922-13th Ave. South, St. Petersburg 12-15-47 

Kass, S. C— 37 N.E. First Ave., Miami 1-25-47 

Kastan, Rose — 711-14th Street, Miami Beach 12-19-47 

Kasten, L. K. — c'o D. C. Smith, Florida Bank Bldg., Ft. Pierce 6-19-48 

Kastner, Susanna E. — Route 1, Box 171-A, Clearwater 11-20-47 

Katz, George M. — 530 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 4-5-48 

Katz, Molly P. — 1657 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach 9-18-48 

Kauffman, Gladys C. — Route 1, Box 130, Jacksonville 3-16-48 

Kaufmann, Melvin, Jr.— 519 N.W. 69th St., Miami 6-21-48 

Kaufmann, Ruth M. — 421 Bay Avenue, Clearwater 1-19-48 

Kavaljian, Dikran V. — c/o Hinson Body Co., 1040 Laura St., Jacksonville 9-23-48 

Kawas, Sam Harold— 1751 SW 11th Terrace, Miami 1-3-47 

Kay, A. J. — 2201 Poinsettia Ave., Ft. Myers 4-29-48 

Kay, Mildred N. — 221'/2 North Hollywood Ave., Daytona Beach 10-20-47 

Keagle, Glen R.— 720 N.E. 79th St., Miami 8-18-48 

Kearley, Minnie — Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 12-18-48 

Kearns, O. P.— 104 Willard St., Cocoa 2-15-47 

Keating, Cochran — 800 Main St., Daytona Beach 8-9-47 

Keats, Michael J. K.— 1028 N.W. 14th Terrace, Miami 7-30-47 

Keck, Edla— 1206 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami 35 1-19-48 

Kedzior, Bernard — Box 646, Route 1, Dinsmore 4-3-48 

Keefe, Margaret C. — 321 Avenue B N.E., Winter Haven 7-21-47 

Keegan, Gloria D. — c/o A. Pickens Coles, First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Tampa 2... 3-31-47 
Keen, Edith — c/o Trinkle & Moody, Hillsborough State Bank Bldg., Plant City 2-9-48 

Keen, Edna L. — Box 924, Arcadia 11-23-48 

Keene. Fred W.— 1022 West Bay St., Jacksonville 4 4-25-47 

Keener, Charles T. — 740 Royal Palm Court, Orlando 8-9-47 

Kegley, D. B. — 6524 Norwood Avenue, Jacksonville 12-14-48 

Kehoe, Charles F., Jr. — Coconut Grove 10-22-47 

Keim, H.— 893 N.W. 102nd St., Miami 8-9-48 

Kelt, Seymour — 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, Miami Beach 12-11-48 

Keith, D. L.— 4800 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami 12-1-48 

Keith, Paul S.— 943 East Lemon St., Lakeland 2-17-47 

Keith, Seymour D. — 1019 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 8-11-47 

Keith, W. N. — c/o Wm. D. Hopkins, Lewis State Bank Bldg., Tallahassee 7-9-47 

Kelleher, Joan— 900 49th St., West Palm Beach 5-1-48 

Kelleher, Joseph A.— 2709 SW 8th St., Miami 7-10-48 

Keller, W. H.— 814 Franklin Rd., West Palm Beach 7-9-47 

Kellerman, Joan — c/o Eldon L. Boyce, Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 4-17-48 

Kellerson, Elmer A. — 101 S.W. 12th Avenue, Miami 10-9-48 

Kelley, Edgar D. — Box 899, Winter Haven 7-17-47 

Kelley, Edwin O. — Box 475, North Miami 3-16-48 

Kelley, Eileen A.— 229 9th St., West Palm Beach 3-26-47 

Kelley, H. P. — 804 Grand Central Avenue, Tampa 10-25-47 

Kelley, Phillip R. — Box 331. Kissimmee 5-10-48 

Kelley, Stuart E.— 1140 N.E. 100th St., Miami 10-8-48 

Kellim, Harry H. — Box 110, Sarasota 3-9-48 

Kellogg, C. E. — 1430 Louisa St., Jacksonville 11-7-47 

Kellogg, Jane — 506 Cedar, Clearwater 1-31-48 

Kellogg, Marion R. — P.O. Box 327, North Miami 2-13-48 

Kelly, Anita O. — 6526 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 12-10-47 

Kelly, Clifton M.— P.O. Box 96, Lakeland 11-12-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 479 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Kelly, Frank J.— 811 duPont Bldg., Miami 9-22-48 

Kelly, J. E.— 623 Seybold Bldg.. Miami 6-4-47 

Kelly, J. R.— Starke 12-3-48 

Kelly, J. W.— Box 361, Marianna 7-30-48 

Kelly, Josephine J. — c o Dr. Adrian M. Sample, P.O. Box 176, Fort Pierce 5-9-47 

Kelly, Marjorie H.— Box 7172, Clewiston 3-19-48 

Kelly, Maude L. — 1052 Willowbranch Ave.. Jacksonville 5-27-47 

Kelly. Sadie E.— Box 127, Palatka 12-11-48 

Kemp, Eckert H. — 3703 N. Miami Ave., Miami 8-25-47 

Kemp, K. R.— 1205 Congress Bldg., Miami 6-1-48 

Kemp, Mary E.— 1481 N.W. 7th St., Miami 4-19-48 

Kemper, G. Kenneth— 2828 S.W. 2nd St., Miami 2-5-48 

Kendall, Frances C— 110 North 20th St., Ft. Pierce 11-19-48 

Kendrick, Katherine M.— Box 310. Tampa 1 5-11-48 

Kennedy, Don— 2930 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 37 8-10-48 

Kennedy, E. K. — 330 N.E. 2nd Ave.. Miami 8-12-48 

Kennedy, Edwin J. — c o Butler & Kennedy, Box 704, Sarasota 4-24-47 

Kennedy, Florence R. — 802 South Dakota Ave., Tampa 6 3-19-47 

Kennedy, George R.— 820 E. 19th St., Hialeah 11-10-48 

Kennedy, Howard N. — 308 North Franklin, Tampa 1-12-48 

Kennedy, Leo — Port St. Joe 10-1-47 

Kennedy, Margaret — Bradenton 10-8-47 

Kennedy, R. C. — Corner of Orange & Center St., Eustis 11-12-48 

Kennedy, Ralph E. — 14 W. Orange St., Jacksonville 10-21-48 

Kennedy, Vera — 1876 South West 11th Terrace, Miami 9-18-48 

Kennemer, Dorothy S. — P.O. Box 1710, Pensacola 12-9-48 

Kenney, Adelaide B. — Crystal Lake Apt., Lake Wales 11-8-47 

Keniston, Harold H. — Box 2111, Orlando 3-13-48 

Kenyon. Jas. A. — Box 1364. Pensacola 4-9-47 

Kenyon, Milton N. — 28 N. Garden Ave., Clearwater 4-10-47 

Kenyon, Peggy P. — 1716 West Mechanic St.. Gainesville 9-1-48 

Kerdyk, F. E. — c/o Coral Gables, Inc., 2312 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 6-12-47 

Kerle, Arthur L.— 1008 East Curtis St., Tampa 5 5-29-48 

Kerley, Mary L. — c/o First Nafl Bank. Ft. Lauderdale 10-25-47 

Kern, Beatrice M. — 236 SW North River Drive. Miami 5-10-48 

Kerr. E. M. — 400 E. Forsyth St.. Jacksonville 7-21-48 

Kerr. Ellen — 616 Harvey Bldg.. West Palm Beach 7-17-47 

Kerr, Frank W.— 3804 Ola Avenue, Tampa 3 9-20-47 

Kerr, H. D., Jr. — 122 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 8-30-48 

Kerr, James B. — c/o C. H. Landefeld, Jr., Morse Arcade, Hollywood 7-12-47 

Kerr, Kennith W. — 312 Main Street, Dunedin 9-10-47 

Kerwick. John F. — 1913 Coolidge St., Hollywood 9-8-48 

Kerr, Reba T. — Box 3455, Orlando 6-4-48 

Kersey, Noel — 617 Bay Drive, Largo 9-10-48 

Kessler, Charles C. — Box 1723, West Palm Beach 12-22-48 

Kessler, Milton — 222 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami 7-17-47 

Ketchum, James L. — c/o U. S. Post Office, Tallahassee 3-19-47 

Kernon, Randolph Lee — P.O. Box 8188, Sulphur Springs, Tampa 3-19-47 

Kesser, Catherine S. — 745 W. Minnesota Ave., DeLand 9-12-47 

Keune, Fred, Jr. — P.O. Box 1 103, Lakeland 8-18-47 

Key, Richard G.— 1827-8th St. N.E., St. Petersburg 8-11-47 

Key, Sarah C. — 718 West Washington St., Quincy 2-28-47 

Keys, Enid — 315 Mendoza Avenue, Coral Gables 3-2-48 



480 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Khouri, Ruby — 817 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 8-27-47 

Kibler, Elma H.— 1116 Line St., Leesburg 6-30-47 

Kicklighter, C. J. — 2263 Park St., Jacksonville 7-8-48 

Kickliter, Annette E. — 504 Times Bldg., St. Petersburg 1-26-47 

Kickliter, Ernest E. — 643 North 2nd Avenue, Ft. Pierce 6-14-48 

Kiel, George A.— Hillsboro Club, Pompano 12-21-48 

Kight, Maude — c/o Cecil W. Powell & Co., Jacksonville 7-14-48 

Kiker, Fred — 726 North Beach St., Daytona Beach 2-18-48 

Kiler, W. M. — 6914 Central Avenue, Tampa 4 4-19-47 

Kilbourne, Fred W.— Box 357, Holly Hill 8-18-48 

Killian, Harry J.— 30 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 9-8-47 

Killilae, Marie R. — P.O. Box 1997, Jacksonville 8-1-47 

Killingsworth, Dorothy — 4054 Ernest St., Jacksonville 6-15-48 

Kilmurray, Russell E.— 1239 S.W. 23rd St., Miami 2-5-48 

Kilpatrick, Irene B. — Box 306, Brooksville 8-20-47 

Kilpatrick, Wm. — Box 2507, Boynton Beach 11-3-48 

Kilworth, May — 3537 Royal Palm Ave., Miami 33 10-27-47 

Kimbell, C. G. — c/o Pichard Bros., Tallahassee 3-13-47 

Kimmel, Arthur A. — 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 4-19-47 

Kimmel, Mrs. C. D.— 2211-14th St., Bradenton 5-14-47 

Kimmel, F. H. (Miss) — c/o Robertson & McLeod, 5 Renuart Arcade, 

Coral Gables 2-17-47 

Kimmel, Marvin L. — 605 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 10-24-47 

Kimpton, Agnes M. — 718 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 12-3-47 

Kinard, Reba— 7363 Wilder Ave., Jacksonville 1-29-48 

Kincaid, Harry G. — Knight, Knight, Walrath & Pegues, 1109 Barnett Bldg., 

Jacksonville 2-13-47 

Kincaid, Marion L.— 2340 S.W. 10th St., Miami 12-29-47 

Kincaid, Marion T.— 730 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach 10-28-48 

Kindred, Delia M. — Main Street, Safety Harbor 5-23-48 

Kindt, C. Roy — P.O. Box 132, Sarasota 6-25-48 

Kindt, Earl S.— 116 West Rich Ave.. DeLand 1-30-47 

King, Burgess — 3608 Nebraska Avenue, Tampa 9-25-48 

King, Daisy M. — 809 Cleveland Avenue, Ft. Myers 7-21-48 

King. Dorothy C. — 2509 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami 37 4-10-47 

King, E. E.— Goulds, Box 137 1-16-47 

King, Elizabeth J. — 8287 N.E. Miami Court, Miami 12-6-47 

King, Frances — c o D. B. Kibler, Inc., 401 Citrus Center Bldg., Lakeland. ... 12-13-48 

King, George L. — c o Clarke Barney, P.O. Box 317, Bradenton 4-7-47 

King, Jacob Alexander— 407-lOth Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg 8-21-47 

King, John S. — P.O. Box 161, Tarpon Springs 8-14-47 

King, Judy — c/o Santa Rosa Island Authority, 615 South Palafox St., 

Pensacola 7-3-48 

King, Julia W.— 510 S.E. 2nd St., Hialeah P-5-47 

King, Lewis R. — 720 Ingraham Building, Miami 1-29-47 

King, Louis P.— 5711 NW First Place, Miami 2-28-48 

King, Mabel — Box 68, Bradenton 1-10-48 

King, Mary— Box 2467, Tampa 1 3-6-48 

King, Mary E.— 359 NE 20th St., or Box 64, Miami 2-27-47 

King, Mary Logan — 814 Citizens Bldg., West Palm Beach 9-24-47 

King, Mildred A. — c o Family Loan Co., P.O. Box 263, 214 Annis Blvd., 

Gainesville 5-10-47 

King, Mildred R. — c o Court House, Tallahassee 12-3-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

King, V. H.— Palmetto 7-10-47 

King, Wm. K. — Florida Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-13-47 

Kingan, Bella H. — Box 1204, Eustis 8-13-47 

Kingly, Bernard P.— 116 North 13th Avenue, Hollywood 11-17-47 

Kingry, C. W. — 815 E. La Rua St., Pensacola 1-16-47 

Kingry, David C. — Box 146, Cantonment 4-7-48 

Kingry, Fred A. — Marianna .5-13-47 

Kingston, W. W.— 1309 East 19th St., Jacksonville 12-30-47 

Kinsey, Madeline — c/o Harry H. Sherman, 2343 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 37 12-18-47 

Kinsey, Ulysses B. — Apt. 2, 1833 Dunbar Village, West Palm Beach 11-1-47 

Kinsey, Victor — Box 912, West Palm Beach 5-15-48 

Kinsler, Carmen — 1205 Congress Building, Miami 3-15-47 

Kintzler, Irene E. — 18 W. Center St., Sebring 2-23-48 

Kinzie, Rebecca B. — 1617 Linhart Ave., Fort Myers 11-8-47 

Kiplinger, H. M.— 9908 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 7 3-28-48 

Kipp, Jule— 1756 N.W. 19th Terrace, Miami 2-5-47 

Kirby, Esther — 206 S. Tennessee Ave., Lakeland 2-17-47 

Klrby, Fred J.— 2703 Florida Ave., Tampa 10-27-47 

Kirby, J. H. — 117'/2 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee 10-22-48 

Kirby, Jerry E. (Miss) — 210 West Osborne Avenue, Tampa 7-31-48 

Kirchhalne, Alba — Cedar Keys, Box 746 3-29-48 

Kirchheiner, J. Otto — 919 Whitehead St., Key West 7-23-47 

Kirchmaier, J. M. — 1720 North Baylen St., Pensacola 10-31-47 

Kirk, E. K. — 522 West Adams St., Jacksonville 9-2-48 

Kirk, Elsie L. — 299 S. 6th St., Winter Haven 6-14-47 

Kirk, H. E. — Box 712, West Palm Beach 11-1-48 

Kirk, James E. — Box 202, Sarasota 4-20-48 

Kirk, Loraine — Box 312, Bradenton 3-8-4T 

Kirk, R. F.— 2099 9th St. No., St. Petersburg 5-10-47 

Kirkland, Gladys P. — P.O. Box 728, Winter Haven • 6-25-47 

Kirkman, Ida Helen — 212-41st St. South, St. Petersburg 7.14.47 

Kirkpatrick, Gladys— 1030 N.W. 43rd St., Miami 3-22-47 

Kirkpatrick, J. W. — 125 West Main St. North, Gainesville 6-14-48 

Kirkpatrick, L. B. — 2585 Tigertail Ave., Miami 3-2-47 

Kirksey, William E. — Box 913, Tampa 5-21-48 

Kirshberg, Herman — c/o Giant Motors. 430 Washington Ave., Miami Beach... 2-23-48 

Kirsopp, W. A. — Glenn St. Mary 7-10-47 

Kirtley, E. G. — Box 2748, Tampa 6 2-10-48 

Kirtley, James D. — 1610 Congress Bldg., Miami 10-24-47 

Kirtsinger, C. C. — Chattahoochee, Rt. 1, Box 148 7-6-48 

Kistler, W. J. — 8 Eustis St., P.O. Bldg., Eustis 3-18-48 

Kitchen, J. L. — c/o Office General Supt., A.C.L. Railroad Co., Jacksonville... 4-14-47 

Kite, W. E., Sr.— 1107 N.W. 31st St., Miami 37 8-16-48 

Kittleson, Kenneth — P.O. Box 2009, Tampa 1 1-2-47 

Kitts, T. L. — 3711 Highland Ave., Tampa 5-31-47 

Klare, Clara B. — 2554 1st Ave. No., St. Petersburg 6 7-24-47 

Klein, Fannye L.— 1535 SW 17th St., Miami 35 10-30-43 

Klein, Gerald J. — 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 9-20-48 

Klein, Harvey R. — 1501 Congress Bldg., Miami 5-17-47 

Klein, Joan L. — 1501 Congress Bldg., Miami 32 2-18-48 

Klein, M. S.— 1016 NE 4th St., Ft. Lauderdale 1-13-43 

Klein, M. L. — Box 3038, Miami 3-20-48 

Klein, Maurice — 1521 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach 6-5-47 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, i Years from Date Given 

Kleiner, Morris — 121 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 39 12-4-48 

Kleinman, Jessie D. — 509'2 Hopkins St., Titusville 12-6-48 

Klements, H. David~524 Hardee Rd., Coral Gables 12-6-48 

Klenke, Dorothy I.— 1829 SW 6th St., Miami 9-22-48 

Klepeck, Jack— 810 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach 39 12-21-48 

Klepper, Raymond I. — 402 Roberts Bldg., Jacksonville 2 6-27-47 

Kligmann, Eugene Joseph, Jr. — 566 Venetian Way, Miami 6-21-48 

Kline, P. W. — Box 605, Palatka 5-14-47 

Kline, Jack H. — 1219 Golfview Ave., Orlando 4-5-48 

Klueppelberg, Kathleen H.— 606 S. 11th St., Ft. Pierce 10-13-48 

Knecht, Mary L. — 630 New Haven Ave., Melbourne 5-2-47 

Kneece, Monroe N. — 29 W. Beach Drive, Panama City 8-1-47 

Kneeland, Helen S. — 122 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables 9-27-48 

Kneibler, Arthur Wm.— 3737 NW 20th Court, Miami 1-30-48 

Knight, Anne H. — 608 Consolidated Bldg., Jacksonville 6-30-47 

Knight, D. E. — Starke 5-20-47 

Knight, D. H.— Rt. 5, Box 670, Lakeland 10-9-48 

Knight, Dorothea L. — 3569 Pine St., Jacksonville 12-7-48 

Knight, E. M.— Box 1420, Lakeland 8-10-47 

Knight, F. C. — Box 982, Panama City 8-7-47 

Knight, G. A.— 2740 NW 35th St., Miami 5-29-48 

Knight, J. E.— 502 W. Reynolds St., Plant City 1-20-43 

Knight, Sara W. — Box 5, Melbourne 8-16-43 

Knight, Thelma— 512 Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 11-23-47 

Knight, W. H.— Box 74, Foley 9-9-47 

Knippenberg, H. M. — Box 2216, Hollywood 2-22-47 

Knoll, Florence~1227 NW 8th Ave., Miami 1-8-48 

Knott, James — Box 202, Jacksonville Beach 2-14-48 

Knotts, Norma M. — Yankeetown 7-13-47 

Knox, Alma — Fla. Park Service, Tallahassee 7-21-48 

Knuck, Jane C— 309 E. 4th St., Hialeah 9-8-47 

Knuth, WiUiam C— 117 NE 14th St., Miami 36 9-18-47 

Koch, Hazel P. G.— Box 6386, Clewiston 4-23-48 

Koch. Myron W. — Court House, Clearwater 9-23-43 

Koch, Robert R.— 3714 Tacon St., Tampa 10-4-47 

Koehl, J. F.— Box 262, West Palm Beach 4-16-47 

Koehler, Dorothy I.— P.O. Box 3273, Orlando 2-14-47 

Kogler. Charles V.— Box 518, St. Petersburg 8-26-48 

Kohn, Benj. S. — 1577 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach 3-6-47 

Kolbe, L. F.— Box 1125, Miami 7 12-1-47 

Kolich, Dorothy— 1206 Oak St. NE., St. Petersburg 1-12-48 

Komorowski, Camilla B.— 680 NW 39th St., Miami 37 12-10-47 

Koning, Jay E. — 735 Arlington Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-22-48 

Koons, Dorothy — 1286 Cumberland Rd., Jacksonville 5 7-19-48 

Kopen, Mabel S. — Morse Arcade, Hollywood 7-12-47 

Koppelman, Irving— 667 NW 5th St., Miami 5-12-47 

Kopplow. R. E.— 925 NW 17th St., Miami 36 10-6-47 

Korch, Flora A. — Box 1290, Jacksonville 4-29-43 

Koren, Donald R. — 4800 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach 11-16-48 

Korray, Julian M.— 758 N.W. 78th St., Miami 38 10-4-48 

Koshiol, Olga M.— 29 NW 107th St., Miami Shores 7-10-47 

Koskie, H. L.— 2630 NW 23rd Ave., Miami 37 10-14-48 

Kossoff, Irving — 1210 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 12-18-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 483 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Kostik, Robert— Box 2281, Miami 10-4-47 

Kotler, Sarah — 100 State Rd.. Tampa 5-31-47 

Kovacs, Rosalie — 1206 Oak St. NE., St. Petersburg 3-1-48 

Koven, Benjamin — 748 Seybold Bldg., Miami 7-2-48 

Kovner. Walter C. — 420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach 10-26-48 

Kraemer, Walter H. — 416 Tampa St., Tampa 2 1-7-48 

Kraeszig, Mary A. — 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 7-16-48 

Kraft, Joan — 210 SE 1st Ave., Miami 1-12-48 

Kraft, O. Buck— 210 SE 1st Ave., Miami 1-12-48 

Kramer, Olga M.— 701-5 1st Nafl Bank Bldg., Tampa 12-15-47 

Kramer, Mildred — Box 3280, Miami 8-28-48 

Kramer, Paul H. — 629 Fern St., West Palm Beach i-3)-48 

Kramer, Samuel L. — 4152 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 6-9-48 

Kransby, J. J., Jr. — 6806 Dixon St., Tampa 4 4-24-47 

Krassner, Sidney B. — 420 NW 72nd Lane, Miami 8-21-47 

Kratish, Sam— 2035 NW 1st Ave., Miami 6-19-47 

Kratsch, Earl R.— 600 NW 7th Ave., Miami 3-6-48 

Krause, Gertrude — Box 1382, Ft. Lauderdale 3-19-48 

Krausi, Ruth H.— Box 262, St. Andrew 10-21-47 

Krebs, Edmund L. — 5501 Taliaferro St., Tampa 6-7-47 

Kremer, Marguerite— 1269 SW 21st St., Miami 35 2-1-48 

Krewerth, Otto— 3680 SW 26th St.. Miami 11-17-48 

Krick, William B.— Rt. 1, Box 438-K, West Palm Beach 1-15-48 

Krickbaum, R. A. — 406 Harrison St., Tampa 2 6-19-47 

Kriens, H. M. — 521 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 10-24-47 

Kritz, Robert A.— 211 SW 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 10-23-48 

Kronberg, Phylis F. — 605 E. Marks St., Orlando 4-27-48 

Krug, Robert G.— 1528 41st St. No., St. Petersburg 8-12-48 

Krug, Verna J. — 124 1st St., Haines City 10-16-48 

Kruse, Olive — Box 86, DeLand 2-24-48 

Kuc, Ena L.— Box 1067, Hollywood 4-9-47 

Kucher, Harry — Box 948 , Lakeland 7-1-47 

Kuenzli, Mrs. Charles H.— 656 1st St. No., St. Petersburg 2-20-48 

Kugelman, D. Jack — Box 1618, Jacksonville 10-10-47 

Kuhl, G. H.— 220 Seyobld Bldg., Miami 9-22-48 

Kuhl, R. C. — Box 96, Boca Grande 1-10-48 

Kuhn, Ed. L. — 116"2 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach 1-22-48 

Kundy, Saree D. — Rt. 6. Box 17. Tampa 4 8-23-48 

Kunsman, C. E. — 500 Laura St.. Jacksonville 9-11-47 

Kurtz, L. S.— 544 Seybold Bldg., Miami 5-17-48 

Kurz, Karl E. — Box 2505, Jacksonville 3 7-19-48 

Kusel, Henry — 2302 Mass. Ave., Tampa 3 9-14-48 

Kuster, Chas. S. — Box 1056, Vero Beach 1-18-47 

Kyle, J. C. — 1301 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 5-27-48 

Kyle, S. A. — Box 426, Jacksonville 2-3-47 

Kyser, Joyce — Box 711, Pensacola 2-3-47 

Kyzer, Walter C— 5929 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 38 11-6-48 

La Barbora, Fannie — 1504 15th Ave., Tampa 5 6-19-48 

LaBauve, A. H.— 235 W. 5th St., Jacksonville 8 11-18-48 

LaBlanc, Muriel A. — 130 Ivy Lane, Box 846, Daytona Beach 6-17-47 

LaByer, Ross — Main St., Clewiston 8-30-47 

Laciar, Ruth— 743 15th St.. Miami Beach 39 3-1-43 

Lackey. S. R.— 619 Indian Ave., St. Cloud 11-18-47 



484 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lacey, George J. — 5135 Knox Rd., Jacksonville 12-6-43 

LaFlower, Virginia T. — W. Orange Medical Center, Winter Garden 9-5-47 

LaPuente S. — 920 19th Ave., Tampa 5-11-48 

Lagois, Jean — 21 Lords Arcade. Sarasota 7-26-48 

Lalimer, Elsie W. — Box 1263, DeLand 3-28-48 

Lahrman. W. O. — 206 W. New York Ave., DeLand 8-4-47 

Lain, Norman D. — 3704 San Juan, Tampa 6 1-20-47 

Laing, Alice A. — Box 343, Havana 7-26-48 

Laing, Helen S. — c/o Florida Bank, Fort Pierce 6-18-48 

Laing, P. L.— 301 W. Highway, Chattahoochee 11-12-47 

Xaing, Wm.— 37 4th St. S., St. Petersburg 6-10-47 

Laird, Angus — Box 1136, Tallahassee 1-3-47 

Laird. D. C. — Box 742, Lakeland 4-10-48 

Laird, Mac J. — P.O. Box 1513. Orlando 8-7-48 

Lake, A. E. — 1226 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 2-16-48 

Lake, Daphne E. — 1024 E. Commanche Ave., Tampa 4 3-27-48 

Lake, Joy H.— 336 3rd St., Fort Myers 10-8-47 

Lallance. E. H. — Rt. 2. Box 257. Lakeland 6-9-47 

Lamb, Lillian A. — Box 234, Boca Raton 6-23-48 

Lamb. Nettie Siver — c/o 1st Nat'l Bank, Bradenton 7-28-48 

Lambert. Betty H.— 2900 9th St. N., St. Petersburg 12-12-47 

Lambert. Earl L. — c o Tallahassee Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. Tallahassee 7-22-47 

Lambert, Jordon B. — Box 237, Lake City 12-11-48 

Lambert, L. E., Jr.— 133 SE 2nd St., Ft. Lauderdale 6-23-48 

Lambert, Lewis L. — P.O. Box 4296, Tampa 7 11-15-47 

Lambert, Quentin — 1845 SW 2nd Ave.. Miami 8-5-48 

Lambert, Rolande — Sunset Hotel. St. Petersburg 2-8-47 

Lamberton, R. G. — 1321 Greenridge Rd., Jacksonville 7 1-16-48 

Lambeth. Douglas S. — 25 W. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 8-28-47 

Lambrecht, Geo. J. — 1128 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-13-43 

LaMee, William S.. Jr.— Rt. 8. Box 827, Jacksonville 5-12-48 

Lamon. James P. — Box 271. Palatka 4-12-48 

Lampman, Grace A. — 6009 Florida Ave.. Tampa 9-12-47 

Lampp. H. H. — P.O. Box 2763. Tampa 9-2-47 

Lampp, A. Stanley — Box 263, Englewood 11-9-48 

Lamson. Herbert — 303 Guaranty Life Building. Jacksonville 8-8-47 

Lancaster. Flossie P.— 1748 NW 33rd St.. Miami 37 8-14-48 

Lancaster, Ollie, Jr. — 709"2 Main St., Daytona Beach 5-1-48 

Lancaster, T. D. — 12 Herbert St., Ocala 3-10-48 

Lance, Jackson L. — 1946 38th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-13-48 

Lance, Ray O.— 172 NE 96th St., Miami 2-23-48 

Land. David F., Jr. — 412 Marion St., Fort Myers 5-31-48 

Landers, Thomas— 156 NW 5th St., Miami 12-17-47 

Landgraf, Marie — 954 Magnolia Ave.. Panama City 7-5-48 

Landrum, Kate C. — 510 Blount Bldg., Pensacola 2-19-47 

Landry. Hilton J.— 2230 SW 8th St., Miami 4-1-48 

Landt, Mary W.— 746 N. Newberry St.. Ocala 8-9-48 

Lane. A. D. — 3329 Harbor View, Tampa • 10-1-48 

Lane, Edward F. — Box 329. Sanford 8-17-48 

Lane. Ida Mae— Box 427, Dade City 12-29-47 

Lane, Ivan C— Box 3177, Miami 2-17-47 

Lane, Kenneth A. — 607 Main St., Daytona Beach 8-11-47 

Lane, Mae Alice — 1210 Douglas Rd., Apt. 3-B, Coral Gables 4-16-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 485 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lane, Marie Brewster — 115 W. Indiana Ave.. DeLand 8-13-47 

Lane, Mary L. B. — 4742 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 1-8-48 

Lane, N. E. — Box 716, DeLand 3-5-47 

Lane, Richard M. — Milton 8-4-48 

Lane, W. M. — Box 872, Orlando 7-10-47 

Lane, Zoe Ann — 404 6th Ave. S., Jacksonville 1 12-16-48 

Laney, W. T. — Chipley 9-10-47 

Lang, B. T.— 625 14th Ave. NE, St. Petersburg 6-28-47 

Lang, Catherine V. — c o Hon. Maxwell Baxter, Ft. Lauderdale 3-20-48 

Lang, James T. — 507 1st Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-17-47 

Lange, Alice N.— 1444 SW 5th St., Miami 3-29-47 

Lange, William E. — 79 NE 20th Terace, Miami 37 4-3-47 

Langer, Rhoda P. — 1800 SW 13th Ave., Miami 9-30-48 

Langford, A. E., Jr. — Municipal Airport, Pensacola 4-11-47 

Langf ord, A. P. — Box 6, Frostproof 7-7-47 

Langford, D. D., Br.— 2231 NW 18th St., Miami 1-14-47 

Langford, Joyce — P.O. Box 2039, Miami 12 7-13-47 

Langford, W. W. — Municipal Airport, Pensacola 4-11-47 

Langley, E. W. — Morse Arcade, Hollywood 6-28-47 

Langley, R. B.— 1622 NE 5th St., Ft. Lauderdale 5-7-47 

Langran, Margaret — 549 Curtis Parkway, Miami Springs 7-11-47 

Langston, B. G. — Box 586, Lakeland 3-1-47 

Langston, B. J. — P.O. Box 586, Lakeland 4-14-48 

Langston, C. A.— 202 W. 25th St., Jacksonville 9-25-47 

Langston, Nellie — Box 1221, Trenton 10-30-48 

Langston, S. R., Jr. — P. O. Box 385, DeLand 10-22-47 

Langston, Thomas M. — P.O. Box 586, Lakeland 11-12-48 

Langwish, E. A. — 513 13th Ave. NE., St. Petersburg 10-25-47 

Lanham, Marguerite K. — 1027 duPont Bldg., Miami 5-1-47 

Lanier, Arlou L. — Sneads 8-14-47 

Lanier, Dorothy — Box 403, Lakeland 6-19-48 

Lanier, E. U. — 260 Hialeah Ave., Miami Springs 10-30-47 

Lanier, Leila N. — 2144 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 10-28-48 

Lanier, Margaret — 5560 W 23rd Ave., Miami 38 1-20-47 

Lanigan, Josephine — Trade Winds Club, Melbourne 5-3-48 

Lankford, E. B. — 338 Cove Boulevard, Panama City 8-16-48 

Lankford, J. M.— P.O. Box 6446, Clewiston 5-31-47 

Lankford. W. Clyde — 109 E. New York Ave., DeLand 7-6-47 

Lanning, Stephen— 611 39th St., West Palm Beach 4-29-47 

Lapham, Walter I. — 4654 Polaria St., Jacksonville 1 3-1-48 

LaPia, Raymond U.— 3419 11th St., Tampa 5 5-18-48 

LaPointe, Frank J.— 2011 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 5-20-48 

Lappington, G. L. — P.O. Box 590, Pensacola 9-27-47 

Lappington, Irma — Box 711, Pensacola.' 4-26-47 

Larew, R. W.— 1115 15th St. N., St. Petersburg 6-28-48 

Largel, Mary— 1305 N. 22nd St., Tampa 6-18-47 

Larkin, John T. — 1504 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 1-5-47 

Larmore, Mabel C. — 408 12th St., Bradenton 12-18-48 

La Roche, Mary Barbara — Box 2799, Miami 17 11-8-48 

Larrick, Mildred — Box 122, Lake Harbor 2-17-47 

Larsen, Amber — 5390 NW 27th Ave., Miami 1-5-48 

Larsen, E. V. E. — 137 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 10-23-47 

Larson, Marjorie A. — Box 356, St. Augustine 2-27-48 



486 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Laschower, Jeannette R.815 SW 28th Rd., Miami 9-18-48 

Lashar, Lavonne LaDue — 419 Donnelly St., Mount Dora 2-19-47 

Laskey, A. J.— 1119 SW 3rd Ave., Miami 7-8-48 

Lasky, Lester — 1105 Congress Bldg., Miami 2-6-47 

Lasserre, C. W. — Box 498, Fernandina 6-4-47 

Lasseter, M. R. — 1905 Congress Bldg., Miami 32 12-9-47 

Lassing, C. H. — Box 323, St. Petersburg 4-9-48 

Lassiter ,Ann — 357 E. 6th St.. Hialeah 1-10-48 

Lassiter, Chas. S. — 730 W. Central Ave., Orlando 11-25-47 

Latford, Lois E. — 409 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 11-24-47 

Lathero, Sylvia R. — 203 Shoreland Bldg., Miami 32 8-21-47 

Lathrop, Elizabeth M. — 151 NE 3rd St.. Miami 10-19-48 

Latimer, Starr B. — 12 4th St. S., St. Petersburg 3-8-47 

LaTour, Sara — 116"2 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach 6-4-47 

Latsbaugh, H. P. — 908'/2 Franklin St., Tampa 2 6-19-48 

Latta, Anna M. — 506 American Bldg., Orlando 7-2-47 

Lattner, R. J. Box 69, Sanford 3-17-47 

Laub, Sam — 624 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 1-8-48 

Launey, Pen E. — 3111 Bayville Ave., Tampa 4-23-48 

Laurie, Ann — 5731 Shore Blvd., Gulf port 7 2-18-47 

LaVallier, Elizabeth Jane — 427 9th St., West Palm Beach 1-5-48 

Lavan, Vernie S. — P.O. Box 3007, Jacksonville 7-30-47 

Lavelle, Roland J.— 62 W. Flagler St., Miami 11-1-47 

Lavely, C. E.— Box 402, Starke 1-30-48 

La Voie. Edward H.— 1145 19th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 7-10-47 

Lawrence, D. E. — 117 W. Peninsular Drive, Daytona Beach 10-6-47 

Lawrence, E. L. — Box 67, Homestead 4-26-47 

Lawrence, Ellie S. — 117 N. Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach 8-18-47 

Lawrence, L. R. — 523 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 6-2-47 

Lawrence, Leroy A. — Box 277, Chattahooche 3-27-47 

Lawrence, Norton J.— 1739'/2 NW 4th St., Miami 37 5-22-47 

Lawrence, Randolph D. — 2495 NW 30th St., Miami 5-5-47 

Lawrence, Helen — 1214 Congress Bldg., Miami 32 3-22-48 

Lawson, Harriet — Box 29, Ft. Lauderdale 10-28-47 

Lawson, Ruth E. — 203 W. Crest Court, Boca Raton 9-4-48 

League, Frank E. — 3106 Post St., Jacksonville 3-24-48 

Lawson, May — Box 656, Bradenton 11-9-47 

Lawson, Rose L. — 1657 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 12-15-47 

Lawton, Oliver — Box 290, St. Augustine 12-14-47 

Lawton, T. W.— Court House, Sanford 1-19-47 

Laymon, Maymie B. — RFD No. 3, Box 409, Orlando 3-19-47 

Lazer, Harry Milton — 545 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 11-8-48 

Laznicka, Thelma L. — c/o Claude Nolan, Inc., Jacksonville 1 10-20-47 

Lazzara, Annie L. — 1713 E. Broadway, Tampa 3-30-47 

Lea, Robert E. — 611 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 4-4-47 

Leach, Louise F. — Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 3-9-48 

Leader, Theresia S. (Mrs.) — 52 NE 58th St., Miami 6-4-48 

Leahy, Josephine V. — Foley-Carter Ins. Co., St. Petersburg 9-13-47 

Leahy, Mary E.— 311 E. Main St., Lakeland 6-9-47 

Leavengood, C. Richard — 146 22nd Ave. NE., St. Petersburg 10-28-47 

Leavine, Varine M. — Box 711, Pensacola 1-4-47 

Leavitt, Arthur H.— 804 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand 7-15-48 

Leavy, Yale M.— 1061 SW 8th St., Miami 7-22-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 487 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

LeCates, Elizabeth J. — Box 1827, Jacksonville 1 1-29-47 

Lecky, B. Pearl — Bartow 3-17-48 

Leddy, Mary A.— 851 SW 1st St., Miami 36 11-1-48 

Leddy, Nell M.— 1st Nafl Bank Bldg., Miami 11-28-47 

Ledford, Essie O. — 3726 Main St., Jacksonville 8 1-23-48 

Lee, A. J.— 326 E. Plager St., Miami 11-18-47 

Lee, Andy— 3546 NW 9th Coyrt, Miami 9-29-47 

Lee, Annie Gray — 310 E. Harrison St., Tampa 9-23-48 

Lee, Dorothy E.— Box 185, Lake Worth 10-23-47 

Lee, Edward H. — Box 1223, Pensacola 5-1-48 

Lee, Eleanore B. — 807 Tampa Theatre Bldg., Tampa 2 3-25-47 

Lee, P. H.— 2357 SW 9th St., Miami 6-4-47 

Lee, Frank A. — 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 12-2-48 

Lee, Gladys — Box 711, Pensacola 8-15-47 

Lee, H. A.— 206 6th St., Sebring 7-28-48 

Lee, Howard L.— 3205 NW 38th St., Miami 5-10-47 

Lee, John W. — Pla. Theatre Bldg., Jacksonville 6-17-48 

Lee, Joyce N.— 61 NW 40th Ave., Miami 10-13-47 

Lee, M. Donald — Box 615, Orlando 4-5-48 

Lee, Meredith H.— Box 413, Riviera Beach 9-2-47 

Lee, P. T.— Box 77, Mcintosh 1-29-47 

Lee, Richard H. — 1301 Gunly Ave., Tampa 11-19-47 

Lee, Rosemary — Box 950, Lake City 7-9-48 

Lee, Vance O. — 875 Westward Drive, Miami Springs 6-9-48 

Lee, W. H.— 19 W. Plagler St., Miami 2-14-48 

Lee, Warren W. — 7310 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 1-15-47 

Lee, William P. — 744 Vistabula, Lakeland 1-5-48 

Lee, Wilma A.— 2927 10th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 3-29-48 

Leech, Virginia Lea — c o Walter G. Walker, Daytona Beach 10-2-48 

Lefcoe, Edythe Wank— 400 NW 9th Ave., Miami 3-8-47 

Jeffreys, John J.— 2030 NW 5th Court, Miami 36 4-9-47 

Legido, Aldo— 423 Calumet Bldg., Miami 6-6-47 

Lehman, Ben R. — c o Cameron & Barkley Co., Tampa 1 2-8-47 

Lehman, Betty J. — 4231 1st Ave. S., St. Petersburg 6-9-47 

Lehman, Elsie M. — Box 524, Naples 6-14-47 

Lehrer, Jonas— Box 632, Belle Glade 2-7-48 

Lehrman, Albert M. — 600 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 5-24-47 

Lehto, Charles J.— 227 Fordham Drive, Lake Worth 1-31-43 

Leiner, Betty — c o Allen C. Ewing & Co., Jacksonville 3-29-47 

Leion. Robert— 818 SW 2nd St., Miami 36 3-26-47 

Leitheuser, Andrew — 330 Sunset Rd., West Palm Beach 1-24-47 

Leis, George W. — 506 Lemon St., Auburndale 2-19-47 

Leitheiser, Arthur G. — Belleair 2-5-48 

Lemb, Estelle — 629 Pinecrest Drive, Miami Springs 3-8-47 

Lemen, Clyde V. — Rt. 1, Box 1, Box 30, Palatka 5-8-47 

Leming, Helen H.— 1043 NW 2nd St., Miami 6-24-48 

Lemlich, Martin — 1204 Pacific Bldg., Miami 33 9-17-47 

Lencioni, R. P. — Rt. 4, Box 323, Lakeland 10-18-47 

Leonard, W. P. — 1009 Pla. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 5-21-47 

Leopard, Paul E. — 8347 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 38 9-25-48 

Lepine, Leanore E. — 4220-2nd Ave. No., St. Petersburg 3-20-48 

Leppert, Grace — Box 966, Winter Haven 9-29-48 

Lerdon, E.— 260 6th St. NW., Winter Haven 10-30-47 



488 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lerette, Earle J.— 3333 NW 5th Ave., Miami 4-7-48 

LeRoy, Peter E. — Biscay ne Blvd. at 29th, Miami 1-2-48 

Lesley, John T. — Box 337, Haines City 8-14-48 

Lester, Hugh — 200 1st Federal Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 12-3-48 

Lester, Lorena M. — Box 266, Buena Vista Station, Miami 5-12-47 

Lester, Robert Colfax — 306 Masonic Temple Bldg., Jacksonville 6-17-47 

Lester, William F.— 615 N. Adams St., Quincy 6-1-48 

Letcher, Jessie C. — 608 Tampa St., Tampa 4-26-47 

Leto, Jennie— 2102 11th Ave., Tampa 3-8-48 

LeTourneau, Nomi— 347 NE 1st St., Pompano Beach 1-16-48 

Lett, Dorothy — 1101 Pan Am. Bank Bldg., Miami 32 3-6-47 

Letton, J. H. — 5110 Branch Ave., Tampa 3-13-47 

Levegood, Lynne L. — 617 Dade County Court House, Miami 2-6-47 

Levenson, Emanuel — 2120 SW 22nd St., Miami 8-22-47 

Levenson, George S. — 7130 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach 1-28-48 

Leverett, B. E. Box 323, Havana 3-25-48 

Leverette, Catherine — 2636 NW 24 Ave., Miami 5-3-47 

Leverette, P. B. — Box 501, Live Oak 7-17-48 

Levine, Evelyn— 1501 SW 31st St., Miami 4-3-48 

Levine, Hattie— 139 NW 17th Place, Miami 8-11-48 

Levine, Victor— 747 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32 7-19-48 

Levitov, Jacob — 1575 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 11-17-47 

Levriett, A. E. — 1351 Talleyrand Ave., Jacksonville 4-26-47 

Levy, Bernard — 600 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 9-29-48 

Levy, Evelyn— 1203 W. 24th St., Jacksonville 4-9-48 

Lewandowski, Walter F. — 300 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 1-30-48 

Lewin, H. H.— 319 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 2-23-48 

Lewin, Juanita — 700 NE 22nd Terrace, Miami 11-6-47 

Lewis, A. Frances — 275 Sunset Drive No., St. Petersburg 12-28-48 

Lewis, Agnes L. — 1318 E. University Ave., Gainesville 2-14-47 

Lewis, Annie Laurie — Maas Office Bldg., Tampa 7-10-47 

Lewis, Betty — Box 808, Miami 2-27-48 

Lewis, C. P. — 236 Bunkers Cove Rd., Panama City 5-17-48 

Lewis, Charles A. — 316 Franklin St., Tampa 11-26-48 

Lewis, Charles A. — Box 11, Florence Villa 2-20-47 

Lewis, Earl L. — 207 Stewart St., Milton 7-7-48 

Lewis, Edith F. — Atlantic Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 10-23-47 

Lewis, Edyth — Box 1271, Miami 11-3-47 

Lewis, Elenor M.— Box 72, Maitland 8-22-47 

Lewis, Erma — Rt. 1, Box 355, Ft. Lauderdale 5-19-47 

Lewis, Giles F. — Box 1335, Orlando 10-25-48 

Lewis, Gordon P. — 300 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 2-19-47 

Lewis, Grace M. — Box 210, Jacksonville 9-23-47 

Lewis, Halley B. — 121V'2 E. Jefferson St., Tallahassee 10-18-47 

Lewis, Helen — 110 E. Clinton St., Tampa 12-20-47 

Lewis, Hill C— Jasper 10-2-47 

Lewis, L. Kermit — Box 663, Pompano Beach 12-29-47 

Lewis, Nadine — 822 N. 7th Ave., Pensacola 3-22-48 

Lewis, R. K. — 644 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-5-48 

Lewis, Wayne I. — 2415 NW 4th St., Miami 35 4-3-48 

Lewis, William H.— 2401 NW 7th St., Miami 7-23-48 

Ley, Edward— Box 1608, Ft. Myers 4-2-48 

Liberty, A. C— 902 Tampa St., Tampa 6-25-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 489 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term. 4 Years from Date Given 

Llbby, C. H. — 3105 Florida Ave., Tampa 5-24-47 

Licata, Anthony J. — 501 '2 Franklin St., Tampa 7-22-48 

Llchten, Morris J. — San Carlos Hotel, Pensacola 3-5-48 

Lieberman, Leon — 1002 Seybold Bldg,, Miami 4-21-47 

Liebman, James David — 342 Jefterson Ave., Miami Beach 12-12-47 

Liljegren, G. — 469 NW 23rd Place, Miami 5-1-48 

Lilley, Ruth E. — 901 N. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 10-18-48 

Lilliott, R. W.— Box 63, Perry 12-23-48 

Lilly, A. L. — 354 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 3-17-47 

Lillycrop, Mona J. — Florida Power & Light Bldg., Melbourne 5-26-48 

Lima, Ines — Box 5267, Tampa 11-18-48 

Limbric, J. B. — 757 W. Ashley St., Jacksonville 4-30-48 

Limbrlc, Z. D., Jr. — 756 W. Ashley St., Jacksonville 1-22-47 

Limbric, W. J.— 756 W. Ashley St., Jacksonville 7-2-48 

Limia, Maria A. — 940 11th Ave., Tampa 2 6-10-48 

Lincoln, Doris — 720 NW 24th Ave., Miami 2-2-48 

Llnd, J. E. — 1103 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 2-8-47 

Lindahl, J. E. — 2200 3rd Ave. S., St. Petersburg 9-11-47 

Linder, Charles F. — 14 La ke Ave., Auburndale 8-27-47 

Llnder, J. Fred — Ruskin 7-14-47 

Llndley, W. P. — 424 9th St. S., St. Petersburg 9-18-48 

Lindner, Alice M. — 1804 Bristol Ave., Tampa 6 1-26-47 

Lindsay, Charles F.— 5701 W. Flagler St., Miami 34 11-8-47 

Lindsey, Ann F. — 689 NE 61st St., Miami 9-18-48 

Lindsey, Edith — 176 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 3-23-47 

Lindsey, Evelyn — 149 SW 1st St., Miami 3-14-47 

Lindsey, J. P. — 242 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 9-6-47 

Lindsey, Kathryn M.— 125 NW 100th St., Miami Shores 38 9-22-48 

Lindsey, L. S. — Box 562, Ocala 6-11-48 

Lindsey, Virginia K.— 6837 NW 3rd Ave., Miami 38 2-6-47 

Liner, J. H. — 312 Orange St., Leesburg 1-31-48 

Llngenfelter, W. H.— Box 2042, West Palm Beach 10-19-48 

Linger, C. M. — 1212 Ridgewood Ave., Orlando 6-24-48 

Lingo, Thad L. — Oivedo 8-16-47 

Link, Harry W., Jr.— 624 duPont Bldg., Miami 2-4-47 

Linley, E. A. — Box 1866, Jacksonville 3-23-48 

Linnane, Marie — 113 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 7-21-47 

Linning, Shannon — 403 Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville 3-12-48 

Linthicum, John M. — 5503 McKay Ave., Tampa 3 5-8-48 

Linton, E. R. — 715 N. Jefferson, Perry 6-30-48 

Linton, Eleanor— Box 1539, Ft. Lauderdale 1-3-48 

Linton, William L. — 2217 Edgewater Drive, Orlando 7-3-47 

Lipe, Thomas B.— 622 NW 62nd St., Miami 12-17-48 

Lipinsky, Morris — 1220 N. Miami Ave., Miami 7-24-47 

Lipphard, Edward E.— 2015 21st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-22-48 

Lippman, Florence T. — 2536 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-9-47 

Lipscomb, Frank — 305 Graham Bldg.. Jacksonville 5-12-48 

Lipton, Joseph M.— 110 NE 1st St., Miami 2-14-48 

Lischer, Floy S. — c o Hon. A. P. Godby, Tallahassee 8-3-48 

Lisenby, Les F.— 231 NW 57th, Pensacola 10-21-48 

List, Erna C. — Box 112, Hollywood 10-21-48 

Little, Claire N.— 346 NW 29th St.. Miami 10-15-48 

Littlefield, Ruth— Rt. 1. Box 506, Largo 2-24-47 



490 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Littlejohn, Blair R. — 2829 S. Dixie. West Palm Beach 4-21-47 

Livi, Olga M.— 1799 SW 8th St., Miami 8-2-48 

Livingston, B. E.— 1601 W. Flagler St., Miami 1-15-47 

Livingston, Clifford — Madison 10-25-48 

Livingston, Lottie E. — 611 Prospect Ave., Clearwater 9-12-47 

Livingston, Marga D. — Box 27, Riviera Beach 4-16-47 

Lizzmore, W. H. — 525 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville 1-13-48 

Llanes, Betty — 1904 New Orleans Ave., Tampa 4-22-48 

Llano, Josephine F. — 2803 Vz 12th St., Tampa 2-2-48 

Llera, Elisa — 2516 LeRoy St., Tampa 11-9-48 

Llosa, Salvador — 2101 12th Ave., Tampa 9-21-47 

Lloyd, Alva A.— 921 NE 10th St.. Ft. Lauderdale 8-25-48 

Lloyd, Belvia V.— 1815 Lilly Rd.. Jacksonville 10-22-48 

Lloyd, David T. — Box 7, Panama City 11-23-48 

Lloyd, Ellen G.— Office of Attorney General, Tallahassee 2-13-48 

Lobdell, George G. — 213 LeBlond Bldg., Coral Gables 4-30-48 

Lobeck, A. Packard — 343 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-8-48 

LoBianco, Peter A. — 7580 N.E. 4th Court, Miami 12-4-47 

Lobo, Mario — 710 East Palm Avenue, Tampa 9-3-48 

Lockany, A. W. — 336 Hillman St., Orlando 5-27-48 

Locke, Clara — 1011 Olympia Bldg., Miami 3-18-48 

Locke, Dorothy Wynn — P.O. Box 422, Avon Park 10-21-48 

Locke, James — Box 1660, Ft. Lauderdale 8-19-47 

Lockhart, E. L. — Room 710, 605 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 4-24-47 

Lockhart, Kate E.— P.O. Box 11, Yukon 6-5-47 

Lockhart, Leila E. — Box 720, Fla. Natl Bank, Jacksonville 12-29-47 

Locklin, C. E., Jr. — 301 Connecuh St., Milton 10-4-48 

Lockmiller, Alice W.— Rt. 1, Highway 561, Clermont 12-18-47 

Lockward, William H.— 561 S.E. 6th St., Hialedh 6-19-48 

Lockwood, A. W. — 206 Fla. Theatre Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-8-47 

Lockwood, Eugene W. — Coral Way. Boynton Beach 3-25-48 

Lockwood, Frances J. — 2316 Market St., Jacksonville 8-16-48 

Loe, James H. — Star Route, Box 4, Dade City 6-2-47 

Lofton, Sara Lurline — c/o Locke Motor Co., 1310 Fla. Ave., Tampa 3-30-48 

Loftus, Blanche S. — 3642 NW North River Drive, Miami 6-7-47 

Loftus, Mae — 1004 New Orleans Avenue, Tampa 8-15-47 

Logan, D. Bryan — Belmar Hotel, Ocean Front at 26th St., Miami Beach 7-14-47 

Logan, J. A. — Box 66, Geneva 4-22-48 

Lehman, Allie L. — P.O. Box 6266, Jacksonville 7-10-47 

Lohr, Charles — c/o Excel Finance Co., 138 West Bay St., Jacksonville 11-18-48 

Lokey, Prank C. — 907 Mary St., Jacksonville 7 12-4-47 

Lomas. M. E. — 225 N. Blvd. St., Tallahassee 8-6-48 

Lombardi, Joseph A. — Box 2047, Auburndale 2-3-47 

Lombardia, Braulio — 1935 Walnut St., Tampa 7 11-7-47 

Lomm. Katherine R. — P.O. 5413, Jacksonville 3-27-47 

Londeau, Mae S. — 620 NE 24th St., Apt. No. 1, Miami 5-24-48 

Long, Larry W. — 6810 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg Beach 7-19-48 

Long, Latimer A. — P.O. Box 706, Auburndale 8-31-47 

Long, M. L.— 1609 King St., Jacksonville 8-27-47 

Long, Nina H.— c/o James H. Gilbert, P.O. Box 960. Ft. Lauderdale 9-26-47 

Long, Percy F.— 555 NW 43rd Court, Miami 34 3-24-47 

Long, Thomas G. — 736'/2 Omar Rd., West Palm Beach 6-14-47 

Long, W. E.— 675 1st Ave. No., St. Petersburg 5-22-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 491 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Long, Walter E. — 4 Riverside Viaduct, Jacksonville 10-8-47 

Long, William N. — Box 506. Gainesville 9-18-48 

Longacre, Irving W.— 149 N.W. 48th St., Miami 11-1-47 

Longaker, Isabel K. — General Delivery, Eglin Field 10-10-47 

Longhurst, Geo. R. — 12717 Sunshine Lane, Sunshine Beach, St. Petersburg. .. 12-11-48 

Longman, Lois — 924'/2 West Union St., Gainesville 1-10-48 

Longyear, Byron J. — c/o East Coast Guaranty Co., 106 S. Olive Ave., 

West Palm Beach 6-23-47 

Lonngren, Augusta A. — 51 SE 3rd Avenue, Oakland Park 4-1-48 

Loomis, George R. — P.O. Box 157, Bradenton 2-16-48 

Loomis, Helen H. — 412-4th Avenue E., Bradenton 2-12-48 

Loomis, Lois Y.— 237 N.W. 39th St., Miami 3-1-48 

Loomis, Madge— 2222 7th St. North, St. Petersburg 4-12-47 

Loomis, Margaret L. — 4010 Oakdale Ave., Jacksonville 6-12-47 

Loper, Walter E.— 801 West Harvard Avenue, Orlando 9-25-47 

Lopez, A. M. — 1407 Pan Am. Bank Bldg.. Miami 2-6-47 

Lopez, Aquilino, Jr.— 207 Duval St., Key West 7-27-47 

Lopez, Edith— 535 N.W. 8th St., Miami 3-24-48 

Lopez, L. A. — 1408 E. Buffalo Ave., Tampa 3-20-48 

Lopez, Louis — 912 31st Avenue, Tampa 1-15-47 

Lopez, Walter — 1109V2 26th Avenue, Tampa 10-11-48 

Loraine, Gladys— 158 N.W. 28th St., Miami 1-25-47 

Lorber, Ruth H. — 3525 Crystal View Court, Miami 3-8-48 

Lord, Cecil — Bushnel 9-11-47 

Lord, Dorothy E. — 800 Lauden Avenue, Dunedin 8-24-48 

Lord, Harry S.— 985 S.W. 57th Avenue, Miami 34 10-10-47 

Loredo, FeUx E.— 4905 S.W. 5th St., Miami 8-11-47 

Lorrilliere. H. M. — 1539 Bayshore Dr., Dunedin 10-13-47 

Losey, Esther M.— 2629 N.W. 17th Ave., Miami 37 9-28-47 

Loto, Eleanor Fitch — 2009 Piedmont St., Tampa 3 2-11-47 

Louis, Orion W.— Box 23, Ft. Pierce 3-14-48 

Love, I. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 4-17-47 

Love, John — 1832 Jones St., Jacksonville 10-16-47 

Love, William K. — P.O. Box 507, Lakeland 5-17-47 

Lovelace, Helen — 814 Barnett Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 2 7-29-48 

Lovelace, Mabel M. — c o Family Finance Service, 109 S. Kentucky Ave., 

Lakeland 5-5-47 

Lovell, Jewel P. — Box 61, South Bay 2-8-47 

Lovell, Nellda — Box 491, Clearwater 9-25-48 

Loveman, Regina M. — 429 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami 11-3-47 

Lovern, Elmer J., Jr. — 1031 N. Victoria Park Road, Ft. Lauderdale 12-4-48 

Lovett, M. G. — 614 So. Rome Avenue, Tampa 4-17-48 

Lowa, Gertrude E.— 307 N.E. 20th Terrace, Miami 10-1-47 

Lowder, Walter R. — 1525 Van Buren St., Jacksonville 3-26-48 

Lowe, Chas. E. — 900 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg 5-22-47 

Lowe, Ethelyn E.— 350 Golf St., Sarasota 8-13-47 

Lowe, Nell J. — c o J. C. Adkins, Fla. Bank Bldg., Gainesville 2-28-48 

Lowe, Reid H. — 1326 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 1-2-47 

Lowe, Victor — 624 Ashe St., Key West 1-16-48 

Lowenstein, Doris R. — The Georgian Hotel, 1621 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. .. 11-17-47 

Lower, Lulu E. — P.O. Box 3821, Miami 32 9-30-47 

Lowry, Chas. M. — Box 1992, Opa-Locka 7-22-48 

Lowry, Jerome B. — 3314 Jean Circle. Tampa 9 11-10-48 



492 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Lowry, P. W. — 422 Main Street, Jacksonville 11-25-47 

Lozler, Marion — c/o Sherwood L. Stokes, Box 3, Haines City 8-5-48 

Loznicka, W. H.— 30' 2 West Bay St., Jacksonville 1-17-48 

Lucas, John P. — 1914 Silver St., Jacksonville 2-6-48 

Lucas, Valter P., Sr. — 221 Plant Ave., Tampa 6 4-10-48 

Lucey, Harold D. — P.O. Box 1326, Daytona Beach 9-26-47 

Luck, Jean M. — c/o Pentland, Purvis & Keller, 1406 Pan American Bank Bldg., 

Miami 10-27-47 

Luck, Manuel R.— 3809 N.W. 36th St. N.W., Miami 9-27-48 

Luckey, William H.— 2058 SW 8th St., Miami 4-23-47 

Ludlam, Jeanne R. — 236 N.W. 36th Court, Miami 10-4-48 

Ludwig, Gerald E. — Box 869, Sarasota 2-28-47 

Luebke, Connie — 11 East Madison St., Lake City 3-5-47 

Luff, Julia B. — c/o Fla. National Bank, Pensacola 8-14-47 

Lumley, Jay H. — c/o Neal Tyler & Sons, P.O. Box 445. Jacksonville C-11-48 

Lund, Lorena C— 1069 N.W. 46th St., Miami 2-4-48 

Lundberg, Harry B. — 102 8th St., Pass-A-Grille Beach 5-13-48 

Lundquist, Alvin G.— 149 N.W. 99th St., Miami 10-8-47 

Lundstrom, Chas. T. — 3225 Crystal Court, Miami 6-13-47 

Lunn, Merla G. — 105 West Pensacola St., Tallahassee 6-23-48 

Lunsford, Gladys S.— 213 Beach Place, Apt. No. 3, Tampa 10-9-47 

Lunsford, M. E. — 617 W. Robinson Ave., Orlando 7-9-48 

Lunz, Boston — 912 Congress Building, Miami 5-22-48 

Lupf er, Sam L. — Box 292, Kissimmee 12-23-48 

Luop, Rose — 1709 Tampa St., Tampa 5-21-47 

Lush. Ruth D. — c/o Raymond E. Ford, Florida Bank Bldg., Ft. Pierce 7-31-48 

Lutes, Clarence M. — 6900 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 11-18-48 

Luther, Roberta B. — 307 South Palmetto Ave., Daytona Beach 8-27-48 

Lutz, Theresa C. — P.O. Box 317, Coconut Grove St.. Miami 10-13-47 

Lybrand, Anne S. — c o Walter R. Crabtree Co., 1311 Barnett Bldg., 

Jacksonville 3-20-47 

Lyles, Beulah — 2776 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 2-3-47 

Lyman, Drusilla E. — 2164 N. Miami Avenue, Miami 4-15-48 

Lyman, Ralph J. — 13448 Gulf Blvd.. St. Petersburg 1-20-48 

Lynch, A. C— 515 Hugh Street. Tampa 3-26-48 

Lynch, W. J.— 1605-4th St. North, St. Petersburg 12-22-47 

Lynch, Hazel M. — 508 SE 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 9-4-47 

Lynch, Olive O.— P.O. Box 991, Miami 6-28-47 

Lyner, E. A. — 909 Tampa St., Tampa 10-27-47 

Lynes, W. J.— 10 East 4th St., Panama City 2-11-48 

Lynn, Jean E. — 815 S. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 7-10-47 

Lynn, Gordon W. — 249 South County Rd.. Palm Beach 3-13-48 

Lyon, Charles — 1215 Gunnison St., Orlando 1-20-47 

Lyon, Lynn N. — P.O. Box 1969, Orlando 5-24-48 

Lyons, Dorothy F. — 4030 London Rd., Jacksonville 1-8-48 

Lyons, Norman R. — 914 Olympia Bldg., Miami 7-2-47 

Lyons, Robert E.— 410 Datura St., West Palm Beach 6-26-48 

Lysaght, Margery — 259 Clarke Ave., Palm Beach 2-14-47 

Lysek, B. Kenneth — University of Tampa Dormitory, Tampa 6-4-48 

Mabrie, Stella — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Box 711, Pensacola 8-23-48 

MacArthur, Geraldine — 2201 West Flagler St.. Miami 4-11-47 

Macauley, Alice R. — 60 N. Court St., Orlando 7-10-47 

Macbeth, Jesse— 612 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 4-11-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 493 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

MacDonald, Donald G.— 209 N.E. 3rd St., Miami 14 9-11-47 

MacDonald, Estelle — 610 Seybold Bldg., Miami 10-2-47 

MacDuff, Jean W. — Box 427, Daytona Beach 2-11-47 

Macey, Elizabeth A.— 4510 NW 7th St.. Miami 12-28-48 

MacFarlane, Howard P. — P.O. Box 1531. Tampa 1-17-48 

Macf ie. Rosalyn C. — 630 Seybold Bldg., Miami 3-15-48 

MacGregor, Dorothy S. — 301 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 6-16-48 

MacGregor, M. B.— 807 Robson St., Tampa 8-9-47 

Mack, Malcolm— 60 N.E. 14th St.. Miami 2-23-48 

Mack, Martha C— 8628 N.W. 22nd Avenue, Miami 6-7-47 

Mack, Paul — Box 162, Ft. Lauderdale 8-5-48 

MacKay, A. T. — II6V2 South Orange Ave., Orlando 8-25-47 

MacKay, Bessie B. — c o Peninsular-Lurton Company, Pensacola 9-20-48 

MacKenzie, G. B. — 424 North Barcelona St., Pensacola 10-23-48 

MacKenzie, Lillian M. — c'o Randell Wells, Tax Collector, Palatka 6-11-48 

MacKenzie. Miriam W. — Box 152. City Point 8-7-48 

MacKenzie, Romie Lee — Box 67, Brooksville 5-18-47 

Macker, Edith — 707 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 10-18-47 

Mackert, J. E. — 803 Hart Street, Clearwater 1-24-47 

Mackey, E. R. — Lake Harbor 8-16-48 

MacLaren, Edith — 708 McKenxie Avenue, Panama City 7-21-47 

MacLeod, Charles A. — 101 North Ridgewood Avenue, Daytona Beach 7-23-47 

MacLeod, Norman E. — 1026-6th St. North, St. Petersburg 8-5-48 

MacMlllan, J. F. — Box 1108, Cocoa 1-11-48 

MacMillan, Estella — c/o Evans, Mershon, Sawyer, etc., 10th Floor, 1st Nat'l 

Bank Bldg., Miami 10-16-47 

MacNeill, Prank R. — 505 Congress Bldg., Miami 5-12-48 

Macomber, Alice — P.O. Box 156, Florida City 9-3-47 

Macomber, R. R. — 1634 Ionia St., Jacksonville 6 2-11-48 

MacRae, Musa Lee— P.O. Box 33, Rock Harbor 5-26-47 

Macurda, Flora Borden — 4039 Ensenada Avenue, Coconut Grove 7-17-47 

Madden, Harry G. — P.O. Box 2153, Jacksonville 6-8-48 

Madden, Wilmetta M. — 116 South Oleander Avenue, Daytona Beach 4-1-48 

Maddox, Blanche M. — P.O. Box 2950, Tampa 12-10-47 

Maddox, Moreland— 810 First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 4-22-47 

Madone, Meredith— 2386 S.W. 13th St., Miami 9-5-47 

Madonna, Anne — 110 So. Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach 12-28-48 

Maecher, Olive Howard — 6798 Bird Drive, Miami 34 11-13-47 

Maer, Wallace N.— 1005 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 7-14-47 

Magadan, Joseph — 2129 St. Conrad St., Tampa 2-21-48 

Maggio, Dominic S. — Box 5356, Tampa 5 2-8-47 

Magley, Mabel— 2201 SW 5th St., Miami 9-16-48 

Magnuson, Oscar M.— 820 NW 3rd Ave., Miami 12-22-47 

Magruder, Joseph P. — 3435-3437 Main Highway, Miami 33 8-4-48 

Magruder, Martha P. — Box 45, Coconut Grove, Miami 10-23-47 

Mahaffey, Dorothy — 219-lOth Avenue North, St. Petersburg 9-23-48 

Mahan, Robert D.— 357 NW 66th St., Miami 4-22-48 

Mahan, Sara — 640 S. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 1-24-47 

Maher, Mary T.— 824-5 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2 8-18-48 

Mahle, A. E. — Box 281, Miami Springs 4-24-47 

Mahoney, Ethel S.— 2136 SW 5th St., Miami 10-2-48 

Mahoney, Muriel M. C— 45th St. W., Bradenton 9-11-47 

Mahood, John A.— 9533 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 6-17-47 



494 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Malge, Sara S. — Box 66, Monticello 8-12-47 

Maines, Rufus A. — 3360 Commonwealth Ave., Jacksonville 5-H-48 

Mainguy, Willa D. — Box 14, Oakland Park 6-17-48 

Mains, Roy P. — Box 327, Clearwater 9-1-48 

Maire. Louis P. — 432 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 11-26-47 

Maisel, Sol — 1225 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 4-16-48 

Majeski, Edw. I. — 904 Postal Bldg., Miami 3-29-48 

Major, E. W. — Lake Geneva 3-5-48 

Major, V. J.— 115 N. 2nd, Palatka 10-3-47 

Malambre, Adele S. — 711 E. Concord Ave., Orlando 3-14-47 

Malcolm, Virginia — Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 2 7-14-47 

Malek, Joseph W. — 1703 Congress Bldg., Miami 10-11-48 

Mallary, N. D. — Box 149, Live Oak 3-5-47 

Mallett, Jos. H. — 517 Laura St., Jacksonville 2 5-23-47 

Malloch, Carolyn T. — 5701 Miami Ave., Tampa 4 1-27-47 

Mallory, John W., Jr.— 2360 S. Dixie Highway, Miami 3-24-48 

Mallory, S. R. — 1245 E. Lakeview Ave., Pensacola 12-28-48 

Malloy, Russell K. — Box 167, Orlo Vista, Pla 1-18-47 

Malmberg, Ed. P. — Box 973, Daytona Beach 12-13-48 

Malone, A. R. — 2830 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 10-28-48 

Malone, Annie Belle — 321 W. King St., Quincy 3-9-47 

Malone, William H. — 120 Volusia Ave., Daytona Beach 1-20-47 

Maloy, Minnie — Box 265, Bradenton 2-7-48 

Malvin, R. B. — 4300 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 39 11-20-48 

Manali, Tony — 1409 11th Ave., Tampa 2-14-48 

Mancuso, Clara B. — 2144 Dartmouth Ave. No., St. Petersburg 2-18-48 

Mangus, Nell De Wick — 516 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 32 10-9-47 

Manford, Eve M.— 459 SW 3rd St., Miami 10-10-47 

Mangum, Carol J.— 698 W. Flagler St., Miami 12-28-48 

Manley, E. K. — 3002 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 8-23-47 

Mann, Don T. — 227 Ponce de Leon Blvd., West Palm Beach 9-8-48 

Mann, E. R. — 5804 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 3-8-47 

Mann, Geo. T. — 810 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 6-18-47 

Mann, Henry L. — 1943 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood 6-28-48 

Mann, Lester A. — Box 888, Kissimmee 12-29-47 

Mann, W. A., Jr.— 2277 SW 4th St., Miami 2-11-48 

Manna, Mary— 727 NW 99th St., Miami 4-23-47 

Manning, H. D.— 220 NW 10th Ave., Miami 10-27-47 

Manning, John R. — 606 So. Orleans Ave., Tampa 6 12-18-48 

Manning, Thomas — 910 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 10-22-47 

Manolt, Albert V.— 303 W. Hilda St., Tampa 7-2-43 

Manry, T. R. — 601 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 2 7-31-47 

Mansfield, R. C— 512 N. Alachua St.. Lake City 2-6-48 

Mansfield, Josephine — Box 582, Winter Haven 10-27-47 

Mantell, John — Mantell Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach 4-3-48 

Mantz, Frances— 2360 SW 19th St., Miami 35 8-18-47 

Manuel, Patricia J. — 804 Pla. Bank Bldg., Orlando 6-26-48 

Manzak, June— 712 1st Fed. Bldg., St. Petersburg 2-2-48 

Maples, P. Annette — Box 31, Bowling Green 8-23-48 

Maples, Cybil P.— 316 S. 6th St., Pernandina 4-21-47 

Mappin, George Victor— 681 NW 71st St., Miami 1-13-47 

March, Martha R. — Box 1827, Jacksonville 7-10-48 

Marchesseau, R. — Box 5126, Jacksonville 7 3-22-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 495 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Marchinton, Cyril — 203 N. Orange Ave.. New Smyrna Beach 4-18-48 

Marchman, Dennis L. — 2246 SW 24th Terrace, Miami 7-24-48 

Marcoux. Jess E,— 2375 SW 1st St.. Miami 6-2-48 

Marcus, Harry L. — 1236 Penn Ave., Miami Beach 1-28-48 

Maring, Richard N.— 838 3rd St. S., St. Petersburg 12-30-48 

Markey, C. E. — 209 E. Lafayette St.. Tampa 2 8-27-47 

Markham, J. W.— 1927 4th St. No., St. Petersburg 7-8-47 

Markham. K. M. — Box 287, Havana 9-20-48 

Marks, Lillian G.— 210 SE 9th St., Ft. Lauderdale 8-4-47 

Marler, T. B.— 107V2 S. Fla. Ave., Lakeland 12-1-47 

Marley, Rachel E. — 814 Wallace Bldg., Tampa 2 5-20-48 

Marlow. Walter J.— 41 W. Ashley St.. Jacksonville 2 6-7-47 

Marr, Josie — Box 477, Apalachicola 1-11-47 

Mars, Emma Jean — 831 12th St.. Bradenton 10-2-47 

Marsden, Clair — 400 N. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 6-13-47 

Marsh, Dorothy L.— 2608 W. Henry St., Tampa 11-6-48 

Marsh, Martha — Miami Daily News, Miami 7-6-48 

Marsh, Perry R. — 564 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 6-3-48 

Marshall, A. J., Jr. — 215 N. Meridian St., Tallahassee 6-12-48 

Marshall, Bernice V.— 1810 NW 47th St., Miami 6-9-47 

Marshall, Cy — 1331 Miami Rd., Jacksonville 4-12-47 

Marshall, D. W. — Box 269, Clearwater 3-26-48 

Marshall, E. F., Sr. — 27 Flagler Ave., Homestead 10-28-48 

Marshall, J. Darden — 210 71st St., Miami Beach 41 1-12-48 

Marshall, James J. — 801 Olympia Bldg., Miami 12-2-47 

Marshall, John — 403 Atlantic Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 12-28-48 

Marshall, L. M. — 1235 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 2-28-48 

Marshall, Madeline — Box 403, Lakeland 6-26-47 

Marshall, Shirley M. — 315 S. Lake Parker Ave., Lakeland 2-2-48 

Marshall, Tom — 305 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 9-16-48 

Marshall, Vera — Box 310. Daytona Beach 3-30-47 

Marshall, Wayne H. — 315 Linda Ave., Panama City 10-13-48 

Mart, Leona— 227 NE 26th St., Miami 37 2-2-48 

Martin, A. — Box 4669, Jacksonville 10-25-47 

Martin, Carl H. — 3220 San Diego Rd.. Jacksonville 7 9-4-48 

Martin, Clarence Oakey — 375 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 3-8-48 

Martin, D. Carroll — Box 711, Pensacola 3-25-48 

Martin, E. P. — Box 586, Plant City 6-26-47 

Martin, Edmund H. — Box 375, Ocal?, 8-29-48 

Martin, Ethel A. — 618 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville 11-10-48 

Martin, Frank A. — 7130 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach 10-4-48 

Martin, Frank S. — Box 11, Buena Vista Sta., Miami 35 12-8-48 

Martin, G. H. — Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 5-24-47 

Martin, G. Theodore— 2469 13th Ave. No., St. Petersburg 5-25-48 

Martin, George N., Jr. — 197 W. 61st St., Jacksonville 5-12-47 

Martin. George W. — Box 5247. Jacksonville 7 12-1-47 

Martin, Howard L. — 807 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach 10-15-48 

Martin, Inez — 911 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 32 11-1-48 

Martin, John F.— 3189 SW 8th St., Miami 9-17-48 

Martin, Joyce S. — 213 Beach Place. Tampa 12-11-48 

Martin, Lucile — Box 327. Tampa 2-19-48 

Martin, Madeline — 1960 4th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 3-1-48 

Martin, Mildred L. — Broward Nat. Bank Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 3-15-48 



496 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

T^artin, Oscar D. — 228 Adelia St., Sarasota 11-12-48 

Martin, P. W. — 410 Congress Bldg., Miami 3-20-48 

Martin, Ralph H. — Greenleaf Bldg., Jacksonville 12-11-48 

Martin, Reed H. — 1550 Collins Ave., Miami Beach ; 12-13-47 

Martin, Ruth — Suwannee Hotel, St. Petersburg 12-18-48 

Martin, Shelley M. (Mrs.) — 1424y2 Mt. Vernon Ave., Orlando .^-13-48 

Martin, Vera — Box 849, Pensacola 9-27-48 

Martin, W. H. — Sebring 4-I7.47 

Martin, W. L.-— 13712 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 11-3-47 

Martin, Z. E. — 207 Cass St. Arcade, Tampa 2-18-48 

Martindale, Anne H. — 2344 Myra St., Jacksonville 7-30-48 

Martindale, Josephine — Box 755, Vero Beach 10-2-48 

Martinez, Bessie E. — 3012'/2 Hawthorne Rd., Tampa 3-10-48 

Martinez, Marcus J. — 2705 Dewey St., Tampa 2-23-48 

Martinez, Mario J. — 128 E. 4th St. Hialeah 3-8-48 

Martino, Josephine S.— 2102 Mitchell Bldg., Tampa 2-24-47 

Marushak, Arthur — 762 32nd Ave. No.. St. Petersburg 12-15-47 

Marx, John R. — 459 E. 16th St., Jacksonville 9-11-47 

Marx, Lillian — 600 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 7-24-48 

Marx, Marguerite — 600 Lincoln Rd. Bldg., Miami Beach 3-3-47 

Marzolf, Josephine T. — 3321 San Juan, Tampa 6 3-17-48 

Marzoli, Hugo — Box 2982, Orlando 6-16-48 

Maseda, Marina — 2530 Main St., Tampa 5-31-47 

Mason, Angel — 1404 22nd Avenue, Tampa 5 10-13-48 

Mason, B. K.— 40 NE 49th Street, Miami 3-10-48 

Mason, Geo. L. — Box 403, Lakeland 11-14-47 

Mason, Henry A.— 74 NW 36th St., Miami 9-14-48 

Mason, James S. — Braginton St., Rt. No. 8, Clearwater 3-31-48 

Mason, Lillian — 1718 duPont Bldg., Miami 2-1-48 

Mason, Russell P. — 7228 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 4-8-48 

Mason, Simon — General Delivery, Belle Glade 5-22-48 

Mason, Tom — 221 E. Lafayette St.. Tampa 10-4-48 

Massari, Frank — 200 Madison Bldg., Tampa 2-15-48 

Massari, S. — 404 E. Palm Avenue, Tampa 8-13-48 

Massey, J. Max — Box 422, New Smyrna Beach 2-10-48 

Massingill, Genelle — 501 No. 17th Avenue, Pensacola 8-16-47 

Mastaglio, John Douglas — 2O8V2 South Beach St., Daytona Beach 6-30-47 

Masters, Earl L. — 35 Sevilla St., St. Augustine 4-9-48 

Masterson, Michael D. — 402 First National Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg 12-27-48 

Maszk, Eileen L. — 930 Oneota St., Wyoming Terrace, Ocala 12-24-47 

Mata, Marie L.— 2818 Corai Way, Miami 10-14-47 

Matera, Elizabeth— 937 S.W. 5th Street, Miami 3-22-47 

Matheny, O. K. — c/o Fla. Farm Colony, Box 508, Gainesville 3-11-48 

Matheny, Randolph Y.— 907 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 6-14-48 

Mathers, Cecil R.— 836 NW 47th Terrace, Miami 37 12-16-48 

Mathews, Charlene — 1611 West Main Street, Leesburg 5-12-47 

Mathews, J. P., Ill — 1001 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 1-6-47 

Mathews, Mamie — 437 Magnolia Ave., Panama City 2-6-47 

Mathiasen, Floye J. — 125 West Main North, Gainesville 4-7-47 

Mathis, A. O.— Box 414, Panama City 2-10-47 

Mathis, Joseph I. — P.O. Box 639, Panama City 8-10-47 

Mathis, L. H.— 703 North Marion St., Lake City 1-16-48 

Mathisen, May Dean — 620 East 59th St., Jacksonville 6 4-3-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 497 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 1 Years from Date Given 

Matter, David— 3477 S.W. 27tii St., Miami 3-22-43 

Mattern, Myrtle D. — 4701 Dartmoutli Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-19-48 

Mattliew, Myrtle D. — 4701 Dartmoutli Ave. No., St. Petersburg 11-19-48 

Matthews, Cecile A. — 7402 Florida Ave., Tampa 4 10-7-4T 

Matthews, J. P. — P.O. Box 882, Pensacola 4-14-48 

Matthews, J. R. — Box 2519, Jacksonville 9-2-47 

Matthews, Joseph J. — 231 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami 4-4-47 

Matthews, Juanita — 106-2nd Place, Panama City 2-5-48 

Matthews, Mary K. — 1125-21st Ave. North, St. Petersburg 2-19-48 

Matthis, W. H.— Box 24, Cross City 12-17-48 

Matticks, Fred L. — 1900 N.E. Miami Court, Miami 11-19-47 

Mattison, W. L. — Box 69, Arcadia 5-22-48 

Mattox, John H. — Route 2, Box 23, Citra 8-21-47 

Mattox, Opal M.— 137 N.W. 37th St., Miami 8-11-48 

Matusek. C. J. — P.O. Box 1899, Miami 9-23-47 

Mauch, C. W. — City Hall. Miami Beach 4-26-48 

Maurer, David E. — 205 Blount Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 10-1-48 

Maurer, Madelin — 107 N.E. 20th Terrace, Miami 8-19-47 

Maurer, Mark — 205 Blount Bldg.. Ft. Lauderdale 10-1-48 

Mauro. Frank W. — c o Messer's 320 South Red Road S., Miami 11-18-47 

Mavros, Geo. — P.O. Box 345, Tarpon Springs 2-21-48 

Max, Gladys —55 N.E. 24th Street, Miami 6-22-48 

Maxey, Barbara M. — c o Dr. F. G. Walton Smith, Room 209, North Campus, 

University of Miami, Miami 6-18-48 

Maxey, Evelyn — c/o Oxford, Brothers, Attorneys, P.O. Box 517, Lakeland.... 6-17-48 

Maxey, William S. — Box 473, Winter Garden 2-3-48 

Maxwell, D. E. — Panama City Transit Co., Inc., Panama City 4-12-47 

Maxwell, Ennid — Route 4. Box 441-A, Pensacola 5-18-48 

Maxwell, Floyd A.— 312 N. Blvd., DeLand 9-X5-47 

Maxwell, Henry — 1951 Laura St., Apt. 2, Jacksonville 9-2-47 

Maxwell, Jane — 801 East Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 3-14-47 

Maxwell, Lester R.— 2238 S.W. First Street, Miami 2-27-48 

Maxwell, R. D.. Jr.— 1301 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., Miami 12-5-47 

Maxwell. Theresa Gravel — Route 2, Box 612, Tampa 5-1-48 

Maxwell, Wilmot L.— Box 124, Lake City 5-22-48 

May, H. H., Jr. — c o East Coast Guaranty Co., Box 1723, West Palm Beach. .. 12-29-47 

May, Wm. L.— 2827 S.W. Third St., Miami 9-2-47 

Maybeck, Fred G. — 344 Second Avenue, Daytona Beach 9-28-48 

Mayberry, Evelyn Jean — 145 South Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach 5-15-47 

Maybury, George O. — P.O. Box 297, Lake Mary 8-21-48 

Mayer, Lucille Reynolds — Box 167, Tallahassee 2-27-47 

Mayer, M. Helena — c/o St. Petersburg Coco-Cola Bottling Co., St. Petersburg. .9-8-47 

Mayer, R. T.— Box 101. South Miami 3-11-48 

Mayes, E. E. — 2600 N.E. Second Avenue, Miami 6-2-47 

Mayes, Robert L. — Room 9, 317 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2-6-48 

Maygarden, P. E. — 2915 West Gadsden St., Pensacola 3-18-48 

Maynard, Jeannette C. — c o Hon. Hers'chel O. Moats, 1020 N. Orange Avenue, 

Orlando 12-18-47 

Maynard, W. D. — 530 N.W. 46th Street, Miami 2-24-48 

Mayo. Martha — c/o Attorneys Choate & Sinclair, Miami 11-19-47 

Mayo, Valeira — 246 S. Orange Avenue, Orlando 9-7-48 

Mayo, Wilma E. — 5605 Florida Avenue, Tampa 2-20-48 

Mays, Ruth P. — 1799 N.E. 4th Avenue, Miami 8-11-4T 



498 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Mazor, C. Samuel — 725 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach 39 5-20-48 

McAllister, A. Mae — Corner 9th St. & Indiana Ave., Lynn Haven 12-12-47 

McAllister, Velma G. — 1311 Poppy St., Warrington 3-24-47 

McAlpin, K. S. — 405 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 2-18-47 

McArthur, A. G. — Box 413, Fernandina 3-2-48 

McArthur, J. H. — 258 Wisteria Ave., Sarasota 4-22-48 

McArthur, Josephine H. — P.O. Box 403, Lakeland 7-6-48 

McArthur, Polly M. — 625 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 5-24-48 

McArthur, W. A. — Bascom 12-24-47 

McAvoy, Doris — 1280 Rowe Ave., Jacksonville 9-10-48 

McBride, Daniel Roscoe — 903 Harrison Ave., Panama City 6-4-47 

McBride, Joseph A. — 8127 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 6-5-47 

McCall, Betty J. — 3000 Lemon St., Palatka 7-8-48 

McCall, C. B.— Box 403, Archer 7-13-48 

McCall, Edgar C— 7636 NE 4th Court, Miami 10-5-48 

McCall, Edward S.— 606 E. 14th St., Sanf ord 1-24-48 

McCall, J. P.— Grand Ridge 6-23-48 

McCall, Lillian E.— Otter Creek 4-7-48 

McCall, Samuel A. — Rt. 2, Box 580, Pensacola 11-4-48 

McCall, Sarrah F. — Rt. 3. Box 117-A, Tallahassee 9-17-47 

McCallum, Doris P. — 1702 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 1-6-48 

McCallum, Edith— Star Rt. 1, Box 28. DeLand 3-20-48 

McCann, Fred W. — 2209 Edison Ave., Jacksonville 8-25-48 

McCarthy, Beatrice L.— 2369 SW 6th St., Miami 6-17-48 

McCarthy, Joseph E. — 845 Old Hickory Rd., Jacksonville 12-1-48 

McCarthy, Nana— 580 SE 4th St., Hialeah 4-23-48 

McCarty, M. D., Jr. — 1018 N. "M" St., Lake Worth 11-26-48 

McCarty, Mary A. — 504 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth 9-27-48 

McCarty, T. W.— 928 W. Flagler St., Miami 1-15-48 

McCarty, Von B. — 112 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 3-1-48 

McCarty, W. A.— 2821 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 8-27-47 

McCaskill, A. V.— 406 Federal Bldg., Tampa 7-10-47 

McCausland, Diana G. — 232 NW 2nd Ave., Miami 2-17-47 

McCay, William E. — c/o Am. Agricultural Chemical Co., Pensacola 9-13-48 

McChesney, Dorothy H.— Rt. 1, Box 370-3A, Hollywood 1-31-47 

McClain, A. P., Sr.— 1325 NW 58th St.. Miami 3-29-48 

McClain, Beulah— 67 Yost St., Marianna 3-26-47 

McClamma, R. B.— 115 N. 2nd St., Palatka 10-1-47 

McClaran, Charles V.— 411 4th St., Fort Myers 9-25-48 

McClean, Margaret E. — 4849 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 1-18-47 

McCleish, Jane— 927 SW 3rd St., Miami 3-12-48 

McClellan, Elton— Box 4, Olustee 3-22-47 

McClellan, Harry G. — Box 334, Blountstown 12-4-47 

McClelland, Marie F. — P.O. Box 3821, Miami 9-4-47 

McClelland, Orville H.— 2029 24th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 8-13-48 

McClelland, Paul H.— 11707 Pan Am. Bank Bldg., Miami 32 7-26-48 

McClintock, Rachel— 3726 Russell Ave., West Palm Beach 12-16-47 

McCloskey, Frederick C. — 515 Columbia Drive, Tampa 1-11-47 

McClung, Marion— 4610 N. Blvd., Tampa 6-21-48 

McClure. M. Tom — Fla. Nat'l Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-14-48 

McClurg, E. C— Box 505, Lakeland 8-28-48 

McClurkin, A.— 2037 Main St., Jacksonville 6-24-48 

McCollum, H. C— Box 304, Auburndale 11-9-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 499 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

McCollum, H. C, Jr. — 2403 Azealee St., Tampa 6 10-16-47 

McCloskey, Jonnie L. — 509 N. Hernando St., Lake City 3-22-47 

McCombs. Bennie F. — Box 77, Fort Walton 8-29-47 

McConnell, Leo Arden — Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 3-9-48 

McConnell, Lois — 430 Hibiscus St.. West Palm Beach 4-28-47 

McConnell, S. C— Box 5633, Tampa 5 2-22-47 

McCook, Ethel V. — 614 12th Ave., Palmetto 10-15-47 

McCool, R. B. — Room 17, Maxwell Arcade, Ft. Lauderdale 12-10-47 

McCormick, Avaree — 714 N. Spring St., Pensacola 7-8-48 

Mccormick, F. M.— 1306 E. Cayuga St., Tampa 6-26-48 

McCormick, Hattie G.— 19 6th St. N., St. Petersburg 1-25-47 

McCormick, LaVerne — 2010 Post St., Jacksonville 8-14-47 

McCorvey, H. E. — 3419 Main St., Jacksonville 5-28-48 

McCown, Harold L.— Umatilla 7-18-47 

McCoy, A. H. — 3028 11th Ave. N., St, Petersburg 11-15-47 

McCoy, F. E. — 1812 Palmetto Ave.. Sanford 12-8-47 

McCoy. J. F.—P.O. Box 2297, Miami 11-22-47 

McCoy, Leah— Box 1509. Miami ' 5-25-48 

McCoy, Mary E. — Suite 809 Barnett Bldg.. Jacksonville 8-11-48 

McCoy, Robert G.— 241 SW 63rd Court, Miami 34 12-3-48 

McCoy, Voncile D. — 711 W. Gregory St.. Pensacola 12-12-47 

McCracken, Edith — Box 4007, Normandy Branch, Miami Beach 2-23-48 

McCracken, Louise — P.O. Box 2641, Tampa 10-5-47 

McCrae, Harry C. — 176 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 12-15-47 

McCranie, Harold P. — 516 Palencia Ave., Lakeland 2-17-47 

McCrary, Elma Rea — Rt. 1, Box 224, Marianna 6-10-47 

McCreary, Clara M. — Box 585, Avon Park 1-31-47 . 

McCrillus. Dorothy J. — 504 Pennsylvania Ave., Clearwater 2-7-48 

McCrimmon, Steve P. — 399 NE 79th St., Miami 38 5-2-47 

McCue, Betty Jean — Box 1335, Orlando 2-2-48 

McCuUers, Carson — 64 E. 59th St., Jacksonville 7-22-47 

McCullers, Jessie Mae — Box 315, Live Oak 10-11-48 

McCullough. Ruth N. — 1st Nafl Bank Bldg., Miami 2-27-47 

McCullough. Shirley D. — 5I6V2 Daniels St., Orlando 7-23-48 

McDaniel, James B. — Wewahitchka 8-4-47 

McDaniel, Mary Jane— Box 1031. Lake Worth 7-21-47 

McDonald, Broward — P.O. Box No. 1621, Ft. Lauderdale 7-10-47 

McDonald, Don — Box 221, Jacksonville 2-28-48 

McDonald, F. M. — 31 Jefferson Bldg.. St. Augustine 9-10-48 

McDonald, P. Elizabeth — 1109 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 3-8-47 

McDonald, Helene M.— 923 North Vermont St., Lakeland 7-17-48 

McDonald, J. S. — 1105 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 8-23-47 

McDonald, Middleton — 706 Langford Bldg., Miami 1-8-47 

McDonald, T. M. — 106 South Gomez, Tampa 11-1-48 

McDonald, Wm. J.— 124 South Street, Daytona Beach 11-17-48 

McDougall, Alice — 1211 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 1-6-48 

McDougall, Bess H. — Bessemer Properties, Inc., Phipps Plaza, Palm Beach 12-15-47 

McDowell. Ed — Box 71, Orlando 7-23-47 

McDowell, H. F. — 110 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs 8-18-47 

McDowell, Margaret S. — 278 South County Road, Palm Beach 12-13-48 

McDuffie, Eloise — c o Lauderdale Abstract & Title Co., Andrews Avenue, 

Fort Lauderdale 10-1-47 

McElreath, John H. — 126 East Chase St.. Pensacola 3-1-47 



500 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

McElroy, J. Merle, Jr. — P.O. Box 293. Orlando 8-26-47 

McElroy, Jennie — 1138 duPont Bldg., Miami 5-3-47 

McElvey, C. N. — Box 68, Winter Haven 6-6-47 

McEnany, Ruth K. — 5810 Devonshire Blvd., Apt. 3. Coral Gables 7-26-47 

McEniry, Horace — 4003 San Pedro, Tampa 12-24-47 

McEwen, James B. — Box 7252, Clewiston 3-12-48 

McFadden, Glenn F. — 440 S. Alabama Avenue, DeLand 7-16-47 

McFall, Robert Trice — Route 1, Box 96, Williston 9-23-48 

McFarland, Robert W.— 3695 Morrison Ave., Tampa 2-26-47 

McPern, H. H.— Box 28, St. Lucie 1-23-48 

McGahey, J. D. — Box 652. New Smyrna Beach 12-6-48 

McGarey, Arthur C. — Box 1031, Miami 7-3-47 

McGarity, Harriet — 645 Terrace Blvd., Orlando 7-14-48 

McGavern, C. S.— Zephyrhills, Box 221 10-24-47 

McGee, Mary J. — c/o Southern Packing Co., Box 1139, Tallahassee 1-6-48 

McGehee, E.— 67 N.E. 36th St., Miami 11-29-48 

McGill, Everett — 1420-9th St. North, St. Petersburg 9-12-47 

McGill, W. Raymond— P.O. Box 57, Geneva 3-27-48 

McGilvary, R. K. — Mulberry 10-14-48 

McGovern, Fannie — c/o Fisher-Brown, Box 711, Pensacola 1-2-47 

McGowin, Addie G. — P.O. Box GG, Port St. Joe 11-7-47 

McGrady, Sarah R. — 60 West Columbia Ave., Orlando 9-13-48 

McGraw, Alicelouise — 815 Sweet Bldg., Fort Lauderdale 8-11-47 

McGuffey, N. B. — Room No. 5, Rutland Bldg., Orlando 8-4-47 

McGuigan, Althea W. — P.O. Box 425, Jacksonville 4-24-48 

McHale, Linda Karin — 914 Congress Bldg., Miami 5-7-48 

McHenry, Helen C. — City Hall, Lakeland 8-25-47 

Mcllvaine, Evelyn (Mrs.) — 1029 Margaret Street, Gainesville 11-8-48 

Mcllvaine, Lee — 1029 Margaret St., Gainesville 5-10-48 

Mcintosh, Chas. S. — Baggett-Mclntosh, Inc., Daytona Beach 4-7-48 

Mcintosh, Edith — 1022 Ionia St., Jacksonville 10-1-47 

Mcintosh, J. F. — Box 446, Tallahassee 11-7-48 

Mcintosh, J. W., Jr.— 1129 West Michigan Ave., Gainesville 6-16-47 

McKay, Kitty N.— P.O. Box 2710, Miami 12-21-48 

McKee, Mary H. — 660 Parker St., Jacksonville 2-11-47 

McKee, R. B. — 817 Hampton Rd., West Palm Beach 2-6-48 

McKechan, L. O., Sr. — 4617 S.W. 2nd Terrace, Miami 12-29-47 

McKeehan, L. O., Jr.— 1011 S.W. 4th St., Miami 1-12-48 

McKeithan, Alex— Wellborn 2-9-47 

McKenna, Lucille A.— 356-4th St. North. St. Petersburg 9-15-47 

McKenzie, Dorothy— 600 N.E. 56th St., Miami 38 6-11-48 

McKenzie, R. M. — Williston 5-5-48 

McKenzie, Virginia O. — P.O. Box 87, Panama City 12-11-47 

McKeown, Richard B. — Box 303, Brooksville 8-20-48 

McKevitt, Gilbert — 36 Wall St., Ft. Laudardale 5-3-48 

McKibbon, Luther G. — 1201 River Cove Ave., Sulphur Springs 8-17-48 

McKinley, D. D.— 3044 Randall St., Jacksonville 5 1-30-47 

McKinley, Dorothy M.— 1823 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 36 2-1-47 

McKinney, Howard — 300 W. University Ave., Gainesville 10-15-48 

McKinney, Marion Pauline — 300 W. University Ave., Gainesville 10-1-47 

McKinnon, Honorine — 1207 Highland Ave., Tampa 7-14-47 

McKnight, H. Neil — c o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Box 711, Pensacola 12-15-47 

McKnight, S. L. (M.D.)— Istachatta 6-6-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 501 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

McLain. P. P.— Box 1150, Sarasota 5-22-47 

McLamore, Roy T. — P.O. Box 4992, Warington 9-16-47 

McLaughlin, Clara M.— City Hall, Palmetto 2-23-47 

McLaughlin, James W. — 400 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 2-17-47 

McLaughlin, Mary — P.O. Box 1173, St. Augustine 10-17-47 

McLaughlin, R. R. — 131 N.W. 62nd Court, Miami 10-20-48 

McLaury, Doris W.— 15012 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 6 10-15-48 

McLean, Anita R.— 2120 S.W. First St., Apt. 5, Miami 11-4-47 

McLean, Anne H. — P.O. Box 2886, Orlando 8-14-48 

McLean, Fleda — 1705 Grand Central Ave., Tampa 3-19-47 

McLean, Howard — Box 71, Pensacola 3-27-48 

McLean, Sylvia Shares — 523 Park Drive, Daytona Beach 11-17-47 

McLean, Thomas J. — Crill Avenue, Palatka 1-29-48 

McLean, Wm. C— Box 21, Tampa 7-1-47 

McLendon. H.— 1010 East Chelsea Ave., Tampa 1-22-47 

McLendon, O. E.— 627 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami 1-13-47 

McLeod, Cecil L. — Colonial Heights, Frostproof 1 1-24-47 

McLeod, D. W.— Everglades 12-11-47 

McLeod, Duff— Box 166, Welaka 6-3-48 

McLeod, Erdine G.— 307'/2 North M Street, Lake Worth 4-16-48 

McLeod, J. C. — P.O. Box 3275, Jacksonville 6 7-3-47 

McLeod, John P. — 1238 Cook St., Jacksonville 5 3-29-48 

McLeod, Norma B. — c/o Hall & Fisher. Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 9-10-48 

McLeod, R. E. — 1310 Florida Avenue, Tampa 7-30-47 

McLeod, W. J., Jr. — c o Robertson & McLeod, 5 Renuart Arcade, Coral Gables 2-11-47 

McLimans, Margaret L. — 2620 Red Road, Coral Gables 3-17-48 

McMahon, Amanda — 1655 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach 3-13-48 

McMannis, Katharine U. — 5433 Shore Blvd., Gulf port 7-30-47 

McManus, Mary R. — 987 S.W. 5th St., Miami 12-8-48 

McManus, Thelma G. — 119 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2-7-48 

McMichael, Marion W. — c/o Foley-Carter Ins. Co., Box 115, St. Petersburg. . .11-15-48 
McMillan, Elizabeth — c/o Dorothy Ann's Florida Co., 2303 Hollywood Blvd., 

Hollywood 7-10-47 

McMillan, F. G. — Box 809. Pensacola 1-24-47 

McMillan, Ida B. — Grand Ridge 4-12-48 

McMillian, Celia M. — 510 So. Broadway. Bartow 8-20-47 

McMorris, Frederick B. — 6309 15th St., Tampa 4 10-30-48 

McMullen, Elna M. — 615 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 5-17-48 

McMullen, J. Tweed — Box 246, Clearwater 11-19-48 

McMullen, Louise — Route 1, Box 688, Largo 8-30-47 

McNair, Carl H. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 5-7-47 

McNally, Stephen D.— 846 S. New York, Lakeland 12-6-47 

McNary, Sarah F. — c/o Felix, Taylor & Kniskern, 809 Alfred I. duPont Bldg., 

Miami 32 10-18-48 

McNeil, Helen Austin — 218 Avila Road, West Palm Beach 12-17-48 

McNeill, Jean C. — 719 Hunter St., West Palm Beach 9-1-48 

McNeill, Walter— Box 59, Lakeland 7-22-48 

McNicol, J. H. — c/o Vinoy Park Hotel, St. Petersburg 2-1-47 

McPherson, Andrew G. — 3622 Valencia Road, Jacksonville 6-26-47 

McPherson, Julia— 6230 S.W. 2nd Street, Miami 12-15-48 

McQuade, Mary F. — 801 So. Oregon Ave., Tampa 1-20-48 

McQueen, Louise H.— 318 N.W. 10th Street, Miami 36 9-23-47 

McRae, C. O. — Box 75, Winter Garden 9-14-48 



502 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

McRae, Edward — 1211 Fifth Ave. South, St. Petersburg 6-10-47 

McRae, Lucile— 110 NE First St., Miami 2-17-48 

McRae, M. Annie— Box 556, St. Petersburg 12-2-48 

McRae, Owen W. — Route 2, Box 183, Starke 4-11-47 

McSwain, Jarvis O. — 307 Franklin St., Tampa 7-23-48 

MeSwain, L. B. — 307 Franklin St., Tampa 1-30-47 

McTyre, Lucile — Florida Bank at Orlando, Orlando 11-9-48 

McVay, Eva W.— 7th Street, Lake Wales 9-11-47 

McVicker, Ruth H.— P.O. Box 1310, Winter Haven 10-18-48 

McWhirter, John W.— 1206 Citizens Bldg., Tampa 5-20-47 

McWhorter, W. P.— c o McDonald Electric Co., 367 NW 6th St., Miami 11-30-47 

Meacham, Eleanor M. — 203 Gulf View Blvd., Clearwater 1-24-47 

Mead, A. E.— 615 30th St., West Palm Beach 12-29-48 

Meador, Lorraine M. — 2619 Dartmouth Ave. N., St. Petersburg 5-24-48 

Means, Bessie V. — 1443 Louisa St., Jacksonville 5-26-48 

Meares, Eleanor — 700 NE 61st St., Miami 5-31-48 

Meckstroth, Marilyn A. — 636 Park Lake Ave., Orlando 7-12-48 

Medlock, C. G.— 1202 Main St., Jacksonville 9-18-47 

Medlock, John G. — Box 121, Jacksonville Beach 2-4-47 

Mee, Margaret T.— 2369 SW 6th St., Miami 9-26-48 

Meeds, Doris C— P.O. Box 1723, West Palm Beach 11-26-47 

Meeks, W. H., Jr.— Box 194, Ft. Lauderdale 2-25-47 

Meginniss, B. A. — Box 508, Tallahassee 12-26-47 

Mehaffey. Albert N.— 144 SE 14th Terrace. Miami 10-23-48 

Meidenberg, A. M. — 825 Alton Road. Miami Beach 1-13-47 

Meier, Mae G. — 230 E. Main St. S.. Gainesville 3-18-47 

Meigs, Ruby S. — c/o Radio Station WRHP, Tallahassee 4-8-47 

Meinlng, Louise K. — 3554 Main Highway, Coconut Grove 12-8-48 

Meisner, Barbara — P.O. Box 2671, Orlando 9-27-47 

Melber, Regina B. — 1963 7th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 4-1-47 

Melcolm, Douglas A. — 2689 Rosselle St.. Jacksonville 5 2-11-47 

Melloy, Henry J.— 3001 NW 21st Ave., Miami 6-15-48 

Meloche, Odelle— Box 1598, Sanford 3-17-47 

Meloche, Tyrus J.— 5355 SW 8th St., Miami 4-15-48 

Melrose, Mary Jane — 341 Madeira Ave., Coral Gables 4-30-48 

Melton, Myrtice— 142 NW 6th Ave., Miami 12-9-48 

Melvln, Woodrow M. — Box 429, Milton 10-18-47 

Memminger, Mildred B. — Court House, Jacksonville 2 11-30-48 

Menas, Angle C. — 3010 Aquilla St.. Tampa 6-18-47 

Menendez, Dalia — Box 732, Tampa 5-26-47 

Menendez, Jose — 2823 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 6-21-48 

Menendez, Ramon — P.O. Box 5464, Ybor Station, Tampa 5 7-8-48 

Meng, Sue G. — P.O. Box 2799, Miami 10-12-48 

Menoher, W.E.— P.O. Box 766, Lake Worth 4-21-48 

Menser, Irene C. — c/o Radio Station WEAT, Lake Worth 2-2-48 

Mercer, Constance E. — P.O. Box 5026, Tampa 12-6-47 

Mercer, Ed. — Mercantile National Bank, Miami Beach 12-20-48 

Mercer, J. E. — 1715 Main St., Jacksonville 7-24-47 

Mercer, Lucille C— 2444 NW 20th St., Miami 12-22-47 

Meredith, Inez — P.O. Box 212, Longwood 1-2-47 

Merkel, H. R. — 550 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 9-30-48 

Merrell, Hubert D. — 2609 E. Osborne, Tampa 5-9-47 

Merkhofer, M. B. — P.O. Box 2925, St. Petersburg 9-16-48 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 503 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Merrell, Hubert D. — 2609 E. Osobrne, Tampa 5-9-47 

Merriam, Georgia D. — Box 772, Panama City 1-15-47 

Merrick, Paul D,— R.R. 1, Box 123-G, Maitland 10-29-47 

Merrifield, Mildred— 80 E. 4th St.. Hialeah 10-27-47 

Merrifield, Ruby— 212 NW 4th St., Miami 5-Z6-48 

Merrill. Beatrice M. — 623 Park St.. West Palm Beach 11-4-47 

Merrill, H. R.— 901 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 11-7-47 

Merrill, N. G. — 431 SW 2nd St., Miami 5-29-48 

Merrin, J. K. — 3109 San Carlos, Tampa 4-15-48 

Merritt, Lenore — P.O. 2842, St. Petersburg 10-5-47 

Merritt, R. M.— P.O. Box 1, Pensacola 12-20-48 

Mersereau, Mae P. — Box 707, Starke 10-13-47 

Merson, Selma R.— 1790 SW 24th St., Miami 10-4-48 

Mesa, Mary June— 413 Southard St., Key West 8-9-48 

Mescher, Henry A,, Jr.— 162 N.W. 105th St., Miami 38 8-30-48 

Meski, Margaret — P.O. Box 53, Tavernier 4-10-48 

Messenger, Edith— 711 S. F St., Lake Worth 11-3-48 

Messer, Geneva — 207 E. Gaines St.. Tallahassee 9-3-47 

Messina, Frances — 2015 5th Ave., Tampa 6-26-48 

Messina, Irene A. — Tax Collector's Office, Jacksonville 1-8-48 

Metts, Annas C. — 455 W. Jefferson St., Tallahassee 10-8-47 

Metz, Lilian — 1138 duPont Bldg., Miami 1-27-47 

Metzger, A. P.— 972 W. Flagler St., Miami 36 6-8-48 

Meuwsen, Ernest G. — 103 W. Hanna Ave., Tampa 8-6-47 

Meyer, Arno B. — c o Foley-Carter Realty Co., St. Petersburg 7-17-47 

Meyer, Bernice — RFD 1. Box 99, Vero Beach 11-14-48 

Meyer, Clarence G. — 4635 Appleton St., Jacksonville 7-21-47 

Meyer, Frances — Box 1461, Ft. Lauderdale 8-8-47 

Meyer, James H. — 205 E. San Marino Isle, Miami Beach 7-2-48 

Meyers, Aileen B. — Graham-Eckes School, Palm Beach 7-7-48 

Meyers, Anna Brenner — 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 5-17-48 

Meyers, E. H. — 373 Hialeah Drive, Hialeah 12-5-47 

Meyers. Lillie— 1427 NW 16th St.. Miami 35 6-25-48 

Michelson, Adolph — 1708 Greenridge Rd., South Jacksonville 1-16-47 

Michelson, Hilda — George Washington Hotel, West Palm Beach 3-27-48 

Mick, Lillie M.— P.O. Box 2182, Tampa 1 8-20-47 

Michelberry, Otis C— 721 NE 26th St., Miami 37 7-12-48 

Mickle, Irene L. — Box 34, Gainesville 6-11-48 

Mickler, Jean B. — 14 W. Garden St., Pensacola , 3-22-48 

Mickler, P. A.— P.O. 1036, Coral Gables 11-28-48 

Mickler, Susie — c o Capital City Bank, Tallahassee 4-8-48 

Micksch, James — c/o Southern Realty, Riviera Beach 2-27-47 

Middleton, A. L. — Hawthorne 1-8-47 

Middleton. Dan W., Jr.— 1124 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 5-22-47 

Middleton, David W.— Ill Reynolds St., Palatka 10-1-48 

Middleton, Mazie N.2255 Forbes St., Jacksonville 4-30-48 

Midkiff, Marvin C. — 1490 NW 39th St., Miami 11-18-48 

Mier, Lilias — Vero Beach 1-27-47 

Migues, E. L. — 1190 Kings Rd., Jacksonville 6-5-48 

Mikell, Lester — Morriston 10-11-48 

Mikill, N. — 1115 Delaware Ave.. Ft. Pierce 9-15-47 

Miksch, Verna E. — 837 NE 17th Terrace. Ft. Lauderdale 11-3-48 

Milam, George W. — Greenleal Bldg.. Jacksonville 2 12-12-48 



504 REPORT OP SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— ( Cont'd ) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Milam, W. Noble— 4628 NW 8th Ave., Miami 10-20-47 

Milane, Peter P.— 419 NW 79th St., Miami 6-11-48 

Milbauer, M. L. — Sims Bldg., New Port Richey 3-31-47 

Milbourne, E. R., Jr. — 7930 Paul Jones Drive, Jacksonville 12-17-48 

Milbrath, Virgil L. — 3 East Oklawaha St., Ocala 12-17-48 

Miles, Isobel — 605 S. Jackson Ave., Bartow 7-7-47 

Miles, Mary Maxine — 801-2 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 5-6-47 

Miley, Rosealtha— Box 3031, Tampa 6-3-47 

Millar, Woodrow J. — 1709 SW 9th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 10-14-48 

Millen, Victoria F. — 6 Bowling Court, Daytona Beach 11-1-48 

Miller, A. L. — No. 140y2 Stockton St., Jacksonville 4-9-47 

Miller, A. L. — Box 264, Havana 12-8-48 

Miller, Adella H. — 1000 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 39 3-13-48 

Miller, Alvera C— Box 503, South Miami 4-26-48 

Miller, Anne E. — 2985 Selma St., Jacksonville 5 11-5-47 

Miller, Bertram — 5493 Bay Rd., Miami Beach 9-15-48 

Miller, C. E. — 604 N. Ohio Ave., Lakeland 6-28-47 

Miller, Carrie— 930 Seybold Bldg., Miami 32 8-18-48 

Miller, Cassandra— 118 SE 2nd St., Miami 6-27-47 

Miller, Donald G. — Box 162, N. Miami Beach 3-17-47 

Miller, Dorothy — 431 Oak Ave., Panama City 10-15-48 

Miller, Elizabeth Davis — P.O. Box 518, Ocala 1-23-47 

Miller, F. D.— 658 W. Call St., Tallahassee 2-9-47 

Miller, Fredric B. — 4460 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach 5-21-47 

Miller, G. T.— 521 Main St., Jacksonville 6 1-20-48 

Miller, Graham C. — 531 duPont Bldg., Miami 8-10-48 

Miller, Gwendolyn S.— 933 LaSalle St., Orlando 8-7-47 

Miller, H. S.— Box 869, West Palm Beach 3-17-47 

Miller, Hattie Augusta — 1210'/2 Dixie Ave., Leesburg 7-9-48 

Miller, Hella M.— 234 NE 22nd St., Miami 2-12-47 

Miller, Irene J. — Box 39, Fort Walton 1-21-47 

Miller, Irving H.— 520 SW 22nd Rd., Miami 3-12-47 

Miller, J. B. Hamner— 2137 W. Hillsborough Ave., Tampa 4-19-48 

Miller, J. D. — c/o Miller Motors, Pensacola 9-13-48 

Miller, J. F. — Sarasota 3-20-48 

Miller, L. K.— 2137 Liberty St., Jacksonville 6 5-6-48 

Miller, Louise — 730 NE 90 St., Miami 1-7-48 

Miller, Louise E. — 311 Masonic Temple Bldg., Jacksonville 8-19-48 

Miller, Lucille — Canal Point 8-6-48 

Miller, Margaret R. — 345 30th St., West Palm Beach 10-12-48 

Miller, Marion— 246 SW 5th St., Miami 36 6-2-48 

Miller, Melvin L. — Rt. 7, Box 751-C, Orlando 8-12-48 

Miller, R. N.— P.O. Box 128, LaBelle 3-8-47 

Miller, Robert — 2945 SW 27th Terrace, Miami 4-26-47 

Miller, Robert L. — 521 Jessamine St., West Palm Beach 4-16-47 

Miller, Roy A. — 213 N. Main St., Orlando 3-11-47 

Miller, Russell R. — 3440 SW 13th Terrace, Miami 8-11-47 

Miller, Thelma S.— Rt. 11, Box 371-A, South Jacksonville 12-29-47 

Miller, Vela C. — 4612 French Ave., Jacksonville 5 7-17-47 

Miller, Violet Z. — P.O. Box 1983, Daytona Beach 4-22-47 

Miller, W. J.— Rt. 1, Box 905, Ft. Lauderdale 9-25-48 

Millican, James H., Jr. — P.O. Box 89, Palatka 9-30-48 

Millican, Kathleen — P.O. Box 822, Clermont 9-22-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 505 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Millican, U. V. — S. Fletcher Ave., Fernandina 5-29-47 

Milliken, Paul S.— 2731 13th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 5-12-47 

Millikln, William Harry — 142 93rd Ave., Sunshine Beach, St. Petersburg 1-20-47 

Millinor, Christine— Madison 12-28-48 

Milliner, Pat— Madison 12-28-48 

Million, lone M. — Suite 1110 Pan Am. Bank Bldg., Miami 4-24-47 

Mills, E. R., Jr.- P.O. Box 44, Gainesville 9-15-47 

Mills, Rachel C— Live Oak 4-17-48 

Mills, S. F.— 5058 Blackburn Rd., Jacksonville 3-15-48 

Millson, W. H.— 2200 30th St. N., St. Petersburg 2-19-48 

Milner, W. P.— 1385 Palmetto St., Bartow 8-12-48 

Milton, Fred W. — 825 S. Oragne Ave., Sarasota 7-10-48 

Mims, J. E. — 1323 Florida Ave., Tampa 7-21-48 

Mills, Kenneth D. — 736 S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 9-10-47 

Mills, T. V. — San Juan Drive. Ponte Vedra Beach 2-6-47 

Milstead, Ethel G.— 405 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 9-7-47 

Milton, Charles M.— 2781 Forbes St., Jacksonville 8-16-47 

Milton, Robert H. — 100 Putnam St., Marianna 10-30-47 

Mims, Jean G.— 2400 SW 16th Court, Miami 12-4-47 

Mims, L. W. — 110'/2 N. Beach St., Daytona Beach 9-9-48 

Minassin, Sarah B.— 1010 N.W. 22nd Place, Miami 7-2-48 

Miner, Fred F. — Route 2, Box 560, St. Petersburg 3-16-48 

Miner, Sidney B. — Box 3353, St. Petersburg 4-22-47 

Mink, Georgia E.— 1208 W. Harvard Ave., Orlando 11-26-48 

Minor, Edna H.— 1115 Cleveland St., Clearwater 2-25-48 

Minor, Frederick S.— 2180 N.W. 66th Street, Miami 38 9-25-47 

Mira, Joseph A. — c 'o St. Joe Paper Company, Port St. Joe 1-5-48 

Mitchell, C. J.— 957 Scrivan St.. Jacksonville 6-12-47 

Mitchell, G. T.— Box 1591, Pensacola 3-11-48 

Mitchell, Henry Clay — c/o Fisher-Brown, Box 711, Pensacola 1-27-47 

Mitchell, J. C. — Box 76. Boca Raton 1-10-48 

Mitchell, Michael— 637 N.W. 5th St., Miami 10-4-48 

Mitchell, P. G.— 214 West Orange St., Lakeland 2-11-48 

Mitchell, William M. — 288 N. Beach Street, Daytona Beach 6-6-48 

Mixon, Rhona — 500 Court House, Miami 4-4-48 

Mixson, Mary Faye — P.O. Box 611, Ocala 12-22-47 

Miyares, Joseph F. — 404 Franklin Street, Giddens Bldg., Tampa 1-23-47 

Mizell, H. N., Sr. — 651 Jenks Avenue, Panama City 5-1-48 

Mizelle, Elizabeth — 129 S. Lake Avenue, Avon Park 10-7-48 

Moad, Gladys G. — 9822 NE Second Avenue, Miami 4-1-48 

Moates, Gladys M. — P.O. Box 531. Tallahassee 3-23-48 

Mobley, John— 1997 NW 7th Ave., Miami 4-26-48 

Mobley, Ruby — 600 Florida Avenue, Tampa 10-21-47 

Mock, C. E. — P.O. Box 451, Homestead 11-8-48 

Mock, H. F.— 213 N. 7th St., Dade City 2-22-47 

Moffatt, Wesley J.— 1121 SW 8th St., Miami 2-27-47 

Mohapp, Cecilia C. — c/o Herman J. Arrant, Inc., Huntington Bldg., Miami... 8-7-48 

Mohler, Harry M. — Box 305, Jacksonville Beach 6-25-47 

Mohney, Lorraine — 761 1 Harding Ave., Miami Beach 9-20-48 

Mohr, J. Howard — P.O. Box 5294, Tampa 1 9-14-48 

Mohr, Stanley W. — 309 North Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 8-20-48 

Molho, Oscar— 1720 S.W. 8th St., Miami 8-23-47 



506 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Molinet, William — 2303-22nd Street, Tampa 12-5-48 

Mollenhour, Nelle — 2400 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 5-10-48 

Moller, Helen Matz — c o G. C. Stembler, Inc., P.O. Box 1628, Miami 9 9-30-48 

Monaghan, Catherine — 516 North Poinsettia Ave., West Palm Beach 9-22-47 

Monahan, Marjorie O. — 521 Mariposa St., Orlando 9-24-47 

Moncrief, Wilbur T.— 432 N.W. 5th Street, Miami 12-20-47 

Moneyhun, L. B. — 30 N.E. 2nd St., Miami 5-16-47 

Monigle, R. E.— 8111 Brooks St., Tampa 11-19-47 

Monnier, Marguerite — Box 145, Oldsmar 7-19-47 

Monroe, C. Carroll — Box 349, GMAC, West Palm Beach 3-9-48 

Monroe, Gordon — 7108 Love Street, Tampa 7-2-47 

Monroe, Matt McD.— Milton 1-11-48 

Monson, Hilda — 810 Gardenia St., West Palm Beach 9-18-47 

Montague, Cecil M.— 2287 N.W. 33rd St., Miami 7-28-47 

Monteleone, Angle — 2414 5th Ave., Tampa 9-9-48 

Montgomery, Beatrice H. — 1012 S. Tennessee Ave., Lakeland 10-28-48 

Montgomery, Tracy B. — 6709 Elizabeth Street, Tampa 10-1-47 

Montoney, Martha — 313 N.E. 76th St., Miami 2-6-48 

MontsDeOca, C. H.— 105 Glen Ave., Tampa 2-10-47 

Moody, D. D. — Bunnell, P.O. Box 42 4-6-47 

Moody, Grace B. — Haven Beach, Indian Rocks 7-10-47 

Moody, J. M. — Box 123, Pierce S-23-47 

Moody, Louis G. — C/ o East Coast Guaranty Co., Box 1723, West Palm Beach 1-10-47 

Moody, Marianna A. — 3513 San Juan, Tampa 12-1-47 

Moody, P. M. — Plant City 9-14-48 

Moody, Thelma K. — Box 1588, Port Myers 10-14-47 

Mooers, Lloyd M. — 1562 West Flagler Street, Miami 9-2-47 

Moon, C. H. — c/ o American Oil Company, Box 4339, Jacksonville 11-17-48 

Moon, Glenn D.— 1951 Wilbur Ave., Vero Beach 11-17-47 

Moon, Paul C— 1215 West Central Ave., Orlando 11-12-48 

Moon, Raymond D. — Box 93, Panama City 6-2-47 

Mooney, Grace G. — 16 N. Spring St., Pensacola 6-21-48 

Moore, A. O. — c/o Tax Collector, Finance Dept., City of Miami, P. O. 

Box 1861, Miami 10-23-47 

Moore, Blanche — Box 376, Jacksonville 9-21-47 

Moore, Budd Gale — 246 Shoreland Arcade, Miami 11-19-48 

Moore, Christine— 650 N.E. 76th St., Miami 6-17-47 

Moore, Clara J. — Halifax Dist. Hospital, Daytona Beach 4-10-48 

Moore, E. E.— 205 W. 19th St., Jacksonville 10-30-47 

Moore, Edward M.— 1923 S.W. 8th St., Miami 35 3-3-48 

Moore, Edbert S., Jr.— 311 West Forsyth St., Jacksonville 3-31-47 

Moore, Elsie R. — Box 633, Orlando 12-1-48 

Moore, Ernestine — c o Tampa Wholesale and Cold Storage Corp., 805 Morgan 

St., Tampa 11-23-48 

Moore, Esther — c/o Brosnaham Agency, Inc., P.O. 1348, Pensacola 3-31-47 

Moore, P. R. — Hawthorne 10-25-48 

Moore, Finley — 210 East Orange St., Lake City 12-7-48 

Moore, Florence — 925-B S.W. First Ave.. Miami 36 1-2-47 

Moore, Francis E. — Marathon 3-8-48 

Moore, Harry V. — 118 East Fourth St., Panama City 2-7-47 

Moore, Hazel M. — 510 Pierce Street, Clearwater 2-9-48 

Moore, J. M. — c o Fulton Loan Service, Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2-16-48 

Moore, J. P., Jr.— 2720 Spring Park Road, Jacksonville 8-15-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 507 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Moore, J. V. — c o Ft. Myers Ready Mixed Concrete, Ft. Myers 7-12-48 

Moore. J. W. — P.O. Box 1249, Pensacola 4-24-48 

Moore, James D. — 1656 Dewey Street, Hollywood 5-6-48 

Moore. James E. — Rt. 4, Box 5-C, South Miami 11-8-48 

Moore, James W. — Sebring 6-14-48 

Moore, John H., Jr. — P.O. Box 2349, West Palm Beach 11-18-48 

Moore. Juanita K. — 109 East Pine St., Orlando 9-7-48 

Moore, Leon A., Jr. — c o James W. Pettyjohn, Graham Bldg., Jacksonville... 8-23-47 

Moore, M. Harry — 103 Nelson Ave., DeFuniak Springs 10-13-47 

Moore, Mangum T.— 2534 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 4-12-48 

Moore, Margaret — c o Phelps & Co., Inc., 18 East Adams St., Jacksonville.... 11-4-48 
Moore, Margaret D. (Mrs.) — c/o Personal Finance Co., 113 North Monroe St., 

Tallahassee 6-24-48 

Moore, Margie H. — 1077 Kings Avenue, Jacksonville 7 2-7-48 

Moore, Martha — Box 985, Pensacola 8-1-47 

Moore, Milbra — 103 Nelson Avenue, DeFuniak Springs 1-8-47 

Moore, Minnie E. — Box 534, Auburndale, c/o Adams Packing Assn., Inc 10-30-47 

Moore, Norwood — 619 Main Street, Sarasota 12-7-48 

Moore, Philip J., Jr. — 1926 38th Avenue North, St. Petersburg 4-14-48 

Moore, R. L. — 3010 Florida Ave., Tampa 5-8-47 

Moore, R. W. — Route 2, Box 191-A, Gainesville 6-14-47 

Moore, Ruby T. — 2860 Doric Avenue, Jacksonville 5 4-13-47 

Moore, S. H. — 612 'i Florida Ave., Tampa 3-25-47 

Moore. Sidney M. — Box 988, St. Augustine 5-13-47 

Moore, Thomas W. — 111 East Weber, Sarasota 3-17-47 

Moore, Vera P. (Mrs.) — Box 1056. Vero Beach 4-5-48 

Moore, W. B., Jr. — P.O. Box 847, Tallahassee 6-15-47 

Moore, W. L.— 413-24th St., West Palm Beach 9-11-48 

Moore, W. L. — Box 1980, Miami 6-29-48 

Moorhead, Roy — 1804 McKinley St., Hollywood 1-11-47 

Morales, Nestor — 614 Seybold Bldg., Miami 4-2-47 

Morales, Richard D. — 548 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 12-16-47 

Moran, Joseph Paul — 1145 19th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 8-21-47 

Mordt, L. O.— 607 Fla. Theatre Bldg., Jacksonville 3-19-47 

Morehead, Bruce B. — Western Union Bldg., Tampa 3-1-47 

Moremen, R. F., Jr. — P.O. Box 720, Jacksonville 1 9-20-47 

Moreno, Gumersinda — 1897 NW 20th St., Miami 6-28-48 

Moretz, Laura — Box 104, DeFuniak Springs 6-13-47 

Morey, Lee M. — 506 S. Westland Ave., Tampa 6 11-18-47 

Morgan, Alice G.— 1723 Blvd., Apt. No. 5, Jacksonville 2-19-48 

Morgan, Clyde C— 5826 SW 22nd St., Miami 34 6-21-47 

Morgan, D. C. — c o Ray-Brooks Truck & Tractor Co., Pensacola 2-7-47 

Morgan, E. C, Jr. — 837 Obispo Ave., Miami 3-18-48 

Morgan, Earl M. — Rt. 8, Box 894, Jacksonville 7 2-3-47 

Morgan, Edw. M. — 621 Barnett Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 7-2-47 

Morgan, Festus — P.O. Box 823, Eustis 9-15-47 

Morgan, Geo. R. — Box 2061, Miami 11-22-47 

Morgan, H. C. — Titusville 8-14-48 

Morgan, Joseph W. — Box 1087, L. R. Station, Miami 5-17-47 

Morgan, Keith H. — P.O. Box 1290, Tampa 4-23-47 

Morgan, L. E.— 121 N. Collins St., Plant City 1-31-48 

Morgan, Mary J. — 119 E. Gore Ave., Orlando 3-23-47 

Morgan, Odelle — Box 352, Miami 10-19-48 

Morgan, Ruth S. — 301 N. Hillsborough Ave., Arcadia 4-22-47 



508 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Givea 

Morgan, Sue — 21 N. Ocean St., Jacksonville 5-15-47 

Morgan, Sue P.— 2305-A Watrus Ave., Tampa 3-5-48 

Morlock, Prances R. — 8780 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 38 5-10-48 

Morris, Catherine N. — P.O. Box 173, Hollywood 4-17-48 

Morris. Dewey T. — 3104 Beacli Blvd., Gulfport 5-31-48 

Morris, Elliott H. — 519 Brookhaven Drive, Orlando 1-13-47 

Morris, Elva C. — P.O. Box 2531, Orlando 3-21-47 

Morris, Evelyn S. — P.O. Box 0203, Jacksonville 5 7-24-47 

Morris, H. A. — Rt. 2, Box 395, Pensacola 6-30-47 

Morris, Helen V. — Box 363, Belle Glade 12-1-48 

Morris, J. E., Jr. — 603 Sweet Bldg., Ft. Lauderdale 4-21-47 

Morris, Joyce — 1214 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 8-23-47 

Morris, Leo — Rt. 2, Box 260-A, Jacksonville 6-24-48 

Morris, LeRoy — 25 E. DeSoto St., Pensacola 8-11-43 

Morris, Mary E. — 407 N. Shine St., Orlando 3-24-47 

Morris, Pat — 405 N. Fern Creek Ave., Orlando 11-24-48 

Morris. Thomas G. — 510 E. Lafayette St., Tampa 7-27-48 

Morris. Sally C. — 2000 Florida Ave., West Palm Beach 8-1-48 

Morrison, A. Lawrence — Suite 409, 350 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 19 4-19-47 

Morrison, Ann K. — 400 Sagamore, Clewiston 5-17-47 

Morrison, Harry — 123'/2 S. Monroe St., Tallahassee 2-25-48 

Morrison, J. D. 55 NW 94th St., Miami 11-26-47 

Morrison, Katherine P.— 126 NE 7th Ave., Delray Beach 7-28-48 

Morrison, M. Evelyn — 19 E. Forsythe St., Jacksonville 1-17-48 

Morrison, Mary L. — 11901 NE 6th Ave., Miami 3-8-48 

Morrison, Robert M. — 1460 Gulf-to-Bay Blvd., Clearwater 3-15-48 

Morrison, Thomas J. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 1-9-47 

Morrison, W. F.— 9338 NW 2 Place, Miami 38 9-29-48 

Morrissette, Geo. W. — Apt. 201, 410 Broad St., Jacksonville 5-20-47 

Morrow, S. D. — P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 7-26-47 

Morse, Irving F. — Clermont 9-9-47 

Morton, George E. — 100 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 2 11-21-47 

Morton, Robert L. — Zellwood 6-10-48 

Morton, Wilma C— 4719 5th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 10-9-47 

Mosby. L. L.— Oak Hill 8-21-48 

Mosebach, F. Wesley— 218 N. 9th St., Gainesville 11-8-47 

Mosely, W. H.— 541 8th Ave. S., St. Petersburg 12-3-48 

Mosher, Edith O.— 206 Blount Building, Ft. Lauderdale 1-9-47 

Moss, A. D. — 802 N. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 7-7-47 

Moss, David — Broad & Adams St., Jacksonville 4-26-48 

Moss, Harry N.— 908 1st National Bank Bldg., Miami 32 2-19-47 

Moss, J. C— 2515 Blvd., Jacksonville 5-27-47 

Moss, Sam — 1235 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach 1-2-47 

Mortenson, Alma — 1109 Barnett Bldg., Jacksonville 5-15-47 

Motz, Josephine L.— 701 NE 79th St., Miami 38 6-28-47 

Moulthrop, John C. — ^718 Ave. Valencia, Coral Gables 3-15-48 

Moulton, Vivian E. — 200 S. Barrancas Ave., Warrington 10-2-48 

Mount, Esther— P.O. Box 2710, Miami 1-29-47 

Mount, James E. — 518 Wynn St., Marianna 2-7-47 

Mowbray, W. L. — P.O. Box 1046, Carrabelle 1-14-47 

Mowers, Janet I. — 1024 E. Emma St., Tampa 6-9-47 

Mowery, Helen C— 3663 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 10-16-48 

Moye, Helen— 35 N. Flagler St.. Homestead 12-20-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 509 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Moye, J. E. — Box 851, Daytona Beach 3-27-47 

Moye. Margaret Spring — Pinecastle 7-18-47 

Moyer, Charles H.— 234 NE 1st St., Miami 7-26-48 

Moylan, Louise M. — 315 Burgiss Bldg., Jacksonville 2 1-16-47 

Moynihan, Alice J. — 4 Commercial Court, Sarasota 11-4-47 

Moyse, Wm. Fred — Box 9178, Sulphur Springs 3-1-47 

Mozley, E. G. — 3904 Ola Ave., Tampa 3 9-13-47 

Mudd, Leo E., Sr. — 3320 Durango St., Coral Gables 11-2-47 

Mueller, Ethel G. — Box 747, Daytona Beach 5-6-48 

Mueller, John E.— 2990 SW 27th Lane, Miami 33 11-8-48 

Mueller, L. C, Jr. — 1224 E. University Ave., Gainesville 11-5-48 

Muhle, Ida A.— Box 2799, Miami 7-19-48 

Muir, Mary N.— 8235 NE 2nd Court, Miami 10-20-47 

Mulcahy, Betty D.— 307 NE 8th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 12-22-48 

Mulcahy, Edward P. — 119 Graham Bldg., Jacksonville 2 11-21-43 

Mulkey, Ethel— P.O. Box 33, Clearwater 9-23-48 

Mullaly. John E. — 246 Andalusia Ave., Coral Gables 34 6-5-48 

Mullen. L. R. N.— Box 36. Rt. 1, Hawthorne 10-30-48 

Mullen, Thomas F., Jr. — 9015 NE 10th Ave., Miami 8-7-48 

Mullennax, Eunice — 3898 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 6-27-47 

MuUer, Babette— Rt. 1, Box 1585, Miami 35 8-26-48 

Muller, Emma D. — Moore Haven 12-20-43 

MuUer, May — Rt. 2, Box 1004, St. Petersburg 4-17-48 

Muller. R. E.— Box 562, Chosen 11-26-48 

Mulligan, Gladys G.— 217 W. King St., St. Augustine 7-17-48 

Mulligan, Mary A.— 290 NW 93rd St., Miami 38 9-8-47 

Mullikin, F. L.— 236 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 2 1-25-48 

Mullikin, L. L. — Washington Square Bldg., Tallahassee 12-30-48 

Mullineaux, Delia— 37 E. Colonial Drive. Orlando 12-28-48 

MuUins, George N. — 1832 Central Ave.. St. Petersburg 7-28-47 

Mullins. Marguerite G. — 211 E. Washington St., Ocala 9-8-47 

Mullis. W. F. — 4201 Florida Ave., Tampa 4-19-48 

Mulvaney, Peter R. — 902 Wildwood Driven Tallahassee 3-20-48 

Munn, Jane E. — Box 1114, Jacksonville 8-26-48 

Muntz. Nelson F.— 1980 NW 27th Ave.. Miami 8-18-47 

Murdock, Irene B. — 649 2nd Ave. S., St. Petersburg 9-5-48 

Murer, Carl— 505 26th St., West Palm Beach 1-11-47 

Murphy, Barbara B. — P.O. Box 312, Orlando 6-10-47 

Murphy, Berllne — Box 577, Panama City 11-26-48 

Murphy, Doris C— 1701 E. Sligh Ave., Tampa 5 11-12-48 

Murphy, Edward H. — P.O. Box 492, Lake City 6-18-47 

Murphy, Ella G. — 811 Omar Rd., West Palm Beach 1-27-47 

Murphy, Frances — Twin Beaches, Rt. 1, Nokomis 9-15-48 

Murphy, Lee— 1134 SW 4th St., Miami 4-12-48 

Murphy, Margaret T. — Drawer B, W. Bay Sta., Jacksonville 8-28-47 

Murphy, Mary C. — c o Exchange Bank, St. Augustine 9-23-48 

Murphy, Mary L. — 606 Hall Bldg., St. Petersburg 9-25-48 

Murphy, W. M. — 715 Florida Bank Bldg., Orlando 8-9-47 

Murray, Darris M. — Box 1364, Delray Beach 1 1-3-47 

Murray, J. O. — Box 168, Miami 33 8-25-48 

Murray, Oscar H. — 1600 E. Hillsboro Ave., Tampa 5-18-48 

Murray, Robert L. — 2015 Kings Ave., Jacksonville 3-12-47 

Murrell, John M.. Jr. — 35-F. Venetian Way. Miami Beach 5-21-47 



510 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Murrell, Peggy B. — 340 21st Ave. N.E., St. Petersburg 8-9-48 

Murrow, J. B. — 111 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 9-24-47 

Muse, P. Oliver — 13157 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 9-4-48 

Muse, Natalie T. — 2226 N.W. Miami Court, Miami 11-16-48 

Musslewhite, Blondeon — 403 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 7-24-47 

Mutchler, Alice W.— Box 1341, Ft. Lauderdale 8-11-48 

Muth, Ernest A.— 4911 14th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-29-47 

Myers, Annie S. — P.O. Box 328, Tallahassee 8-30-47 

Myers, E. R. — 11650 Nebraska Ave., Tampa 2-1-47 

Myers, Helen A.— 1485 NW 55th St., Miami 4-24-47 

Myers, Lila S.— 40 NW 8th Ave., Miami 11-10-48 

Myers, Louverne — RR No. 2, Box 108, Dade City 6-14-47 

Myers, Mildred L. — P.O. Box 231, Orlando 10-9-48 

Myers, Rae— 2244 4th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 2-13-47 

Myers, W. B. — 4014 Barcelona Ave., Tampa 7-3-47 

Mynard. C. C. — Box 544, Quincy 1-4-48 

Mynatt, J. R. — P.O. Box 387, Tampa 2-28-48 

Myrick, C. T.— 100 W. Bay St., Jacksonville 10-15-48 

Nace, Lulu — 506 E. Concord Ave., Orlando 2-4-47 

Nadeau, Herbert L. — 904 1st Nafl Bank Bldg., Miami 6-20-47 

Naftle, Mary C— 2045 SW 6th St., Miami 6-27-47 

Naule, J. M. — Box 82, Seffner 3-11-47 

Nahoom, Niam J. — 431 W. Jefferson St., Tallahassee 2-9-47 

Nail, Billie — 413 Thiesen Bldg., Pensacola 7-12-48 

Nail. C. W.— Box 345, Flomaton 2-4-47 

Naney, O. G. — P.O. Box No. 2, Ft. Pierce 2-3-47 

Narber, George L. — c/o Armstrong Cork Co., Pensacola 11-7-47 

Narup, J. Fred— 9205 NW 5th Ave., Miami 5-1-47 

Nasal, Belle W.— Box 533, West Palm Beach 5-27-47 

Nash, B. L.. 2801 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 8-11-48 

Nash, Roberta Kate— Box 1306, Ft. Myers 1-9-48 

Nathanson, Irving — 1456 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 5-13-47 

Naughton, F. E. — Box 128, Madison 1-9-47 

Naughton, Wm. S. — 804 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 7-28-47 

Naugle, J. M. — Box 82, Seffner 3-11-47 

Neale, Beatrice — 3800 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 9-14-47 

Neale, Herbert G.— 535V2 N. Flagler St., Miami 6-5-47 

Neblett, Joseph E.— P.O. Box 671, St. Petersburg 8-28-47 

Nedley, Melba C— 1105 Monument Ave., Port St. Joe 9-22-48 

Needham, W. C. — Box 384, Hollywood 4-5-48 

Needleman, Isaac L. — 370 S. Dixie Highway, Miami 33 2-19-48 

Needleman, Roy— 342 SW 4th St., Miami 6-9-48 

Neeley, Leah A. — 2134 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 11-29-47 

Neese, Donald — 1675 Micanopy Ave., Miami 9-23-47 

Nef f , Celia— 1 NE 1st St., Miami 12-20-48 

Neff, Henry— 1376 NW 42nd St., Miami 8-19-47 

Neff-Felts, Hilda— Rt. 1, Bradenton 7-21-47 

Negin, Claire R. — P.O. Box 2191, Tampa 7 2-8-47 

Neighbors, H. B. — 132 E. Gregory St., Pensacola 12-28-48 

Nelligan, Donna Barton — 430 NW 25th Ave., Miami 3-1-48 

Nelms, Ullainee— Box 955, Winter Haven 7-26-47 

Nelsen, Arnold— 62 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-21-48 

Nelson, Albert Chas— 41 NE 105th St., Miami 38 5-19-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 511 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Nelson, Catherine A. — 1109 21st Ave. N., St. Petersburg 11-8-48 

Nelson, Prancina — 1059 NW 9th Ave., Gainesville 2-3-47 

Nelson, Harriette C— 1223 Hillcrest Ave., Orlando 4-1-47 

Nelson, James T.— 136Vi S. Beach St., Daytona Beach 5-26-48 

Nelson, Lady Marie— 925 NW 37th Ave., Miami 37 5-29-47 

Nelson, Lawrence E. — 1731 SW 30th Ave., Miami 6-24-48 

Nelson, Leroy— 622 Georgia St., Jacksonville 7-9-48 

Nelson, Lucile — 340 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-3-47 

Nelson, Marcla— 614 15th St. N., St. Petersburg 8-26-48 

Nelson, Martha — Box 4884, Jacksonville 8-9-47 

Nelson, Mary K. — 1525 May St., Jacksonville 8-16-47 

Nelson, Miles — 7032 Alan Ave., Jacksonville 1-5-48 

Nelson, W. J. — Box 611, Kisslmmee 2-17-48 

Nembach, Marshall A. — 43 Montilla Ave., Coral Gables 9-8-47 

Nesbit, James G. — 714 S. Oregon Ave., Tampa 5-2-47 

Nesbitt, W. R., Jr. — 1143 Evergreen Ave., Jacksonville 6 4-7-47 

NeSmith, Beatrice B. — 600 Virginia Drive, Orlando 12-19-47 

Nesmith, E. W. — P.O. Box 4908, Jacksonville 3-13-47 

Nesmith, Rosa — P.O. Box 1 150, Lakeland 6-17-47 

Nesmith, Solon N. — 1624 Davidson St. S., Jacksonville 7 6-21-48 

Ness, H. A.— 1219 NW 2nd St., Miami 12-11-47 

Netherland, P. N. — 829 Almeria Ave., Coral Gables 10-29-47 

Nettles, Jannie — 938 Cordova Place, South Jacksonville 5-30-47 

Neubeck, C. W.— 1411 NW 24th St., Miami 4-21-48 

Neubeck, Margaret— 275 NW 2nd St., Miami 10-25-47 

Neumann, W. H.— 1187 NW 37th St., Miami 1-27-47 

Neuwirth, Phillip A. — Dade Pederal Bldg., Miami 1-20-47 

Nevin, Margaret M. — 1906 Harrison St., Hollywood 6-23-47 

Neway, Alfred E.— 680 SW 7th Ave., Miami 8-11-47 

Newbern, J. S. — Box 670, Panama City 2-5-48 

Newberry, Robert W. — 2408 4th Ave. N., St. Petersburg 10-6-47 

Newbold, Kathryn — Erwin Rd., Coconut Grove 4-10-48 

Nebold, Lillian M.— 1507 NW 1st Place, Miami 2-5-48 

Newcomb, Helen B. — Melbourne Village, Star Rt., Melbourne 4-20-43 

Newkerk, Gilbert B.— 5454 NW 6th Ave., Miami 38 7-1-48 

Newman, Evalyn M. — Box 106, West Palm Beach 12-1-48 

Newman, Godfrey K. — 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 3-10-48 

Newman, Harry C, Sr. — 1216-17 duPo'nt Bldg., Miami 4-24-47 

Newman, J. J. — Box 1571, Orlando 1-27-48 

Newman, Kathryn — 301 S. Woodland Blvd., DeLand 1-28-48 

Newman, L. — 132 S. Main St., Orlando 4-17-47 

Newman, L. B. — Citizens Bank Bldg., Titusville 7-5-48 

Newman, Maurice M. — 150 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach 7-24-48 

Newmon, Emma Jane— 18 NW 110th St., Miami 10-3-47 

Newport, Archie L. — 330 NE 79th St., Miami 5-11-48 

Newport, Anna Jo — 624 Eunice St., Tampa 1-29-47 

Newsom, Helen — 8 N. Main St., Ocala 6-5-47 

Newsome, W. R. — 45 S. Pederal Highway, Dania 3-1-48 

Newton, Braxton — RPD No. 8, Box 826, South Jacksonville 3-28-47 

Newton, Prank — P.O. Box 6012, West Palm Beach 5-5-47 

Newton, Jewell T.— 1410 NE 2nd Ave., Miami 4-1-48 

Newton, W. L.. Jr.— 701 S. Dakota Ave., Tampa 4-19-48 

Niblack, Minnie J.— 800 E. Washington St., Lake City 8-5-48 



512 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Nicholas, Edith M.— 1131 SW 14th Ave., Miami 2-28-48 

Nicholls, A. E.— 413 SW 11th Court, Ft. Lauderdale 7-17-47 

NichoUs, Doris E. — Box 2017. Miami 11 4-30-47 

Nichols, C. R.— 500 SW 26th Rd., Miami 10-30-48 

Nichols, Clyde J.— Rt. 2, Box 56. Altha 4-28-48 

Nichols, G. R. — Box 261, Bonifay 10-3-48 

Nichols, J. B.— 51 SW 16th Ave.. Miami 35 3-21-48 

Nichols, Janet C— 73 NE 14th St.. Miami 36 8-29-47 

Nichols, John E. — 209 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach 3-8-48 

Nichols, L. J. — Arcade Bldg., Delray Beach 4-16-48 

Nichols, Marian W. — Box 65. Tangerine 11-4-47 

Nichols, Nicholas J. — 159 Commerce St., Apalachicola 5-11-48 

Nichols, Romaine — 1409 W. Intendencia St., Pensacola 8-11-48 

Nicholson, Carolyn V. — 711 Oak St., Apt. No. 5, Jacksonville 4-16-48 

Nicholson, Raymond L. — Box 184, Niceville 5-13-47 

Nickerson, H. W. — 424 NW S. River Drive, Miami 11-24-47 

Nickerson, Lucille— 377 NW S. River Drive, Miami 6-27-47 

Nlckle, Wallace C, Jr.— 1023 10th St., St. Cloud 12-12-47 

Nicklin, Winifred H.— 1644 Jackson St., Hollywood 7-3-48 

Nicolai, Catherine — Box 513, Lakeland 10-23-48 

Nicolaides, N. E.— 2261 SW 11th Terrace, Miami 2-12-47 

Nichols, Florence M. — c, o Ellis & Spencer, Hollywood 3-12-47 

Nichols, Pericles G. — 9572 Carlyle Ave., Miami Beach 3-12-47 

Nielsen, Henry — 7611 Abbott Ave., Miami Beach 6-17-47 

Niles, Peter — Hotel Patricia. Miami Beach 8-21-48 

Nimmo, Arlis I.— 776 NW 64th St., Miami 10-12-48 

Nixon, Doris E.— 1763 NW 58th St., Miami 2-18-48 

Nixon, John W. — 425 Cadagua Ave., Coral Gables 8-11-47 

Noa, Hugh M.— 1011 NE 117th St., Miami 38 10-18-47 

Noble, W. M. — Star Rt., Gulf Breeze, Pensacola 7-8-48 

Nobles, Amanda — 111 Main St., Jacksonville 5-7-48 

Noblit, William V.— 102 E. Tarpon Ave., Tarpon Springs 10-2-47 

Noe, Janie H.— 1617 E. 6th Ave., Zephyrhills 1-29-48 

Noe, W. G.— 211 Walnut St., Neptune Beach 7-19-47 

Nolan, Dorothy Ritter — 1st Trust Bldg., Miami 2-17-48 

Nolan, Mae — 606 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 9-28-48 

Nolen, I. R.— 12117 Gulf Blvd., St. Petersburg 9-25-47 

Nolte, Frank — 145 NE 82nd Terrace, Apt. 2, Miami 11-12-48 

Nolte, Helen C. — 1912 S. Ridgewood Ave., S. Daytona 4-14-47 

Nolting, C. W.— 101 1 N. Orange Ave., Orlando 3-22-48 

Nolting, William — Hotel Seminole, Jacksonville 7-29-48 

Nordberg, Hugo — P.O. Box 383, Orlando 11-6-48 

Nordgren, Louise — 910 Pine Grove Ave., Orlando 1-24-47 

Nordhaus, Geleta F. — P.O. Box 53, Quincy 7-24-47 

Nordin, J. E.— 3188 SW 8th St., Miami 9-22-47 

Norelius, J. B.— 1560 SW 5th St., Miami 5-26-48 

Nores, Marguerite M. — 5510 Central Ave., Tampa 3-17-47 

Norman, Hortense S. — Box 353, Jacksonville 7-12-48 

Norris, A. T.— 203 Knight & Wall Bldg., Tampa 2 2-21-47 

Norris, Charles H. — 1250 McDonald, Mount Dora 5-22-48 

Norris, E. A. — 107 E. Fern Ave., Tampa 2-25-48 

Norris, E. H.— 213 Circle, Sebring 3-24-47 

Norris, Effie L. — 200 E. Robinson Ave., Orlando 7-23-48 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 513 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Norris, Lois H. — 404 Vernon Ave., Crescent City 3-31-48 

Norris, Oliver C. — Box 5051, Pensacola 10-25-47 

North, Gordon K.— 1790 NW 36th St., Miami 37 10-18-48 

Northcutt, Curg L.— 1620 NW 30th St., Miami 8-11-47 

Northcutt, Evelyn — 2806 Lydia St., Jacksonville 8-11-48 

Northrup, H. L.— 11301 NE 10th Ave., Miami 38 6-13-47 

Northrup, Leroy E. — 109 E. New York Ave., DeLand 7-16-47 

Norton, Anna E.— 2510 W. Flagler St., Miami 10-6-48 

Norton, George D.— 3889 NW 3rd St., Miami 8-13-48 

Norton, J. C— 1914 Fig St., Tampa 4-12-47 

Nourse, Guy O. — Box 722, Ft. Pierce 1-20-48 

Novick, Margaret Lee — 19 W. Flagler St., Miami 5-3-47 

Nowell, H. C— P.O. Box 3068, Miami 12-12-47 

Nowlin, James A.— Box 43, Brooksville 10-8-47 

Nuccio, Nick C. — 2922 11th Ave., Tampa 5 3-1-47 

Nunes, Leonard 238V2 Hyde Park Ave., Tampa 1-30-47 

Nunn, A. C— 3299 SW 8th St., Miami 2-28-47 

Nunn, Warren A. — 954 E. Miami St., Lakeland 10-3-47 

Nutter, G. Sudra — 5255 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 12-31-48 

Nutting, Homer L. — 509 Empire Bldg., St. Petersburg 8-23-48 

Nydick, Mamie— 1828 SW 9th St., Miami 11-15-47 

Nye, G. M.— Lutz 1-20-48 

Nye, Mary S.— 167 W. Plant St., Winter Garden 12-20-47 

Nye, Virginia — Box P, Vero Beach 2-7-48 

Nystrom, Allie B. — 233 S. Orange Ave., Orlando 10-16-48 

Oakes, Doris M. — 2342 Edwards Ave., c o Ogden Equipment Co., Jacksonville. 2-13-48 

Oakley, C. L. — 2501 Broadway, West Palm Beach 7-12-48 

Oatway, Amy B. — 705 Railroad Ave., West Palm Beach 5-1-48 

O'Brien, John M.— 325 West Forsyth St., Jacksonville 9-1-48 

O'Brien, Peggy J. — 218 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 6-26-48 

Obenauf , A. J. — Hastings 7-30-48 

O'Berry, J. Gregg — Lacoochee 11-13-48 

O'Brien, Geraldine H. — 74 West Flagler St., Miami 11-9-48 

OConnor, Patrick J. — 10 N.E. 3rd Avenue, Miami 11-19-48 

O'Connor, Paul J. — P.O. Box 613, Coral Gables 34 1-24-47 

O'Connor, Robert T. — c/o East Coast Guaranty Co., Box 1723, 

West Palm Beach 10-23-47 

O'Connor, Timothy A. — Box 1304, Clearwater 1-3-47 

O'Connor, F. C. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., Box 711, Pensacola 12-15-47 

O'Dell, Veronica A. — 310"2 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach 8-20-48 

Odekirk, Edward A.— P.O. Box 1231, Coral Gables 10-23-48 

Odeneal, Sybil G.— 359 Linda Lane, West Palm Beach 5-22-48 

Odle, Mario — c o Stephen's Motors, 2 SE 6th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 7-14-48 

Odol, Bertha L. Payne — 1552 Kings Road, Jacksonville 5-8-48 

Odom, Annie Merle — Chipley, Box 72 7-11-48 

Odom, B. F. — 517 South St., Daytona Beach 5-19-48 

Odom, John C. — 115 Avenue "B" NE, Winter Haven 3-3-47 

Odom, Lowell — Route 5, Box 336, Tampa 4 10-11-48 

Odom, Ruth B. — Florida Industrial Commission, Fla. Theatre Bldg. 

Jacksonville 3-22-47 

O'Donnell, Bertha — 6008'2 Florida Avenue, Tampa 11-29-48 

O'Donnell, Jeanne M. — 221 S. Dixie Highway, Lake Worth 12-19-47 

O'Donnell, Rose Lewis — 8901 Dickens Ave.. Miami Beach 39 3-5-47 



514 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

O'Donohue, Hilda B. (Mrs.)— 6840 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 11-13-48 

Oen, R. F. — 3512 S. Dixie, West Palm Beach 2-23-48 

Oesterle, Ralph E.— 26 S.W. 9th St., Miami 9-24-48 

Oesterle, William H.— 26 S.W. 9th St., Miami 4-5-47 

Oesterle, Zoula — 26 S.W. 9th St., Miami 4-28-47 

Ogle, M.— c o Sun- Tattler Company, Box 190, Hollywood 10-29-47 

Ogletree, O. B.— 621 West Boundary St., Gainesville 12-17-48 

Ogletree, Winifred W. — Rutland Building, St. Petersburg 10-24-47 

O'Hara, Margie — Box 76, Rt. No. 1, Tampa 1-6-48 

O'Haver, K. W.— 1223 Cleveland Ave., Port Myers 8-30-48 

'O'Hea, Arthur C. — 25 S.E. Second St., Ft. Lauderdale 5-6-47 

Ohler, Ruby N.— 1364 S.W. 3rd St., Miami 32 6-21-47 

Ohlhaber, Jack B. — 703 Comeau Bldg., West Palm Beach 1-14-47 

Ohme, Jenny — Route 1, Valrico 2-18-48 

O'Kane, Dorothy M. — 333 East Monroe St., Jacksonville 7-12-47 

O'Keefe, Lawrence, P.O. Box 4371, Miami 26 8-18-47 

O'Keef e. Owen R.— 125 West State St., Jacksonville 10-25-48 

Okell, George S.— 902 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 32 8-28-48 

O'Kelly, Willie Mae— P.O. Box 350, Orlando 3-25-47 

Okerstrom, Thelma L. — 208 Fern St., West Palm Beach 10-21-47 

Oldenburg, Mary Will — 318 Lime Street, Auburndale 4-10-48 

Oldham. Edward P.— 650 N.E. 125th St., North Miami 12-2-47 

Oldham, Frank C— 802-803 Biscayne Bldg., Miami 32 11-9-47 

Olds, Ralph— 1611 Fifth Avenue North, St. Petersburg 11-29-48 

Olens, Louis — 4152 Alton Road, Miami Beach 6-9-48 

Oliva, Alice R.— P.O. Box 2200, Tampa 6-20-47 

Olive, B. G. — Greenwood 2-13-47 

Olive, Edith — Marianna 5-14-48 

Olive, Maurine — Box 1624, Lakeland 6-19-47 

Oliver. Banks R. — c/o Irving P. Kalbeck, P.O. Box 1515, Miami 1-6-47 

Oliver, Dorothy M. — West Coast Title Co., 526 Central Ave., St. Petersburg... 5-8-48 

Oliver, Helen T. — P.O. Box 4069, Jacksonville 1 10-1-48 

Oliver. Hortence M. — 37 Adalia, Davis Islands, Tampa 6 2-28-48 

Oliver. John J. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 1-31-47 

Oliver, Lucielle— 2244 S.W. 9th St., Miami 10-20-48 

Oliver, P. S. — 26 North Oleander Ave., Daytona Beach 11-3-48 

Oliver, Rose— 3929 N.W. 23rd Court, Miami 10-11-48 

Ollendike, J. G. — 130 South Hahfax Ave., Daytona Beach 7-25-47 

Olsen. A. J. — P.O. Box 1671, Sarasota , 8-25-48 

Olson, Bertha— Box 502, Orlando 12-16-48 

Olson, Dorothy M.— c o East Coast Guaranty Co., Box 1723, West Palm Beach 5-29-48 

Olson, Inex Daniel — 1007 Harwell St. at Lake Lawsona, Orlando 6-30-48 

Olson, Velma S. — 1119 Pan American Bank Bldg., Miami 32 6-21-48 

O'Malley, Chas. M.— 112-9th Street N, St. Petersburg 6 8-19-48 

O'Mara, Mary E. Massey — 702 East Henry Ave., Tampa 12-16-48 

O'Meara, Frances B.— 453 NE 70th St., Miami 12-6-47 

O'Neal, Arthur T. — 118 East Robinson Ave., Orlando 4-22-47 

O'Neal, John C. — 3665 Justlson Rd., Coconut Grove, Miami 5-24-47 

O'Neill, Alice M.— 925 N.W. 53rd St., Miami 11-24-47 

O'Neill, Dorothy V.— 331 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota 1-22-47 

O'Neill, Mimmie— 12 South Main St., Orlando 5-3-48 

Oppitz, Billie — 751b Edgewood Drive, Lakeland Polk Co., Lakeland 6-11-47 

Orem, Robert E.— 225 East Duval St., Jacksonville 12-17-47 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 515 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Orfinger, Shirley — 222 Madison Avenue, Daytona Beach 6-26-47 

Orleck, Florence M. — 1819 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 36 6-18-48 

Ornsteln, Lani Wohl— Box 542, Zephyrhills .5-19-47 

Orr, P. B. — Box 591, Daytona Beach 5-16-48 

Orr, Grant — c o Shaw Bros. Oil Co.. P.O. Box 1899. Miami 9-17-48 

Orr, Jessie H.— 1321 NW 42nd St., Miami 2-3-48 

Ortagus, Carmen — 503 Clark Bldg., Jacksonville 7-7-47 

Ortmayer, Virginia M. — 230 Shoreland Bldg.. Miami 9-7-48 

Osborn, A. G. — P.O. Box 3626, Orlando 2-8-47 

Osborn, Joseph K. — c/o W. C. Warrington, 701 Consolidated Bldg., 

Jacksonville 2 3-11-47 

Osborne, Elizabeth C. — Tallahassee Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n., 115 E. 

Park Ave., Tallahassee 1-27-48 

Osborne, Pauline — Hall Building, St. Petersburg 3-5-48 

Oser, Phyllis G. — 3003 San Rafael St., Tampa 8-25-47 

O'Shields, Lila P.— 966 E. 24th St., Hialeah 9-29-48 

Osmun, Frank W., Jr. — 707 E. Pine St.. Orlando 7-24-47 

Osslnsky, Marcelle — c o Horn & Ossinsky, 411 Main St.. Daytona Beach 10-15-47 

Ossinsky, Max Irwin — 411 Main St.. Daytona Beach 7-26-47 

Ossler, Leila B. — P.O. Box 213. West Palm Beach 11-7-47 

O'Steen, Arthur— Route 2, Box 166, Ocala 10-8-47 

Osterlich, Mary C— 789 N.W. 35th St.. Miami 37 8-16-47 

Osthoff, Dalphine — c o Baguley & Sims, 200 South Atlantic Ave.. 

Daytona Beach 4-19-47 

Ostrom, Sara H. — 3935 West Flagler St., Miami 11-16-48 

Oswalt, Leota C. — Clermont 3-31-4T 

Oswill, Bette Jane — 442 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami 9-20-47 

O'Tease, Clara — P.O. Box 31, Pensacola 5-7-47 

Oswill, Duncan P. — 1029 N.W. 1st St.. Apt. No. 5, Rear, Miami 5-20-48 

Ottinger, Guy E. — 1522 Shore Acres Drive. Lakeland 8-22-47 

Oughterson, T. T. — Stuart 5-12-47 

Oury, E. — 510 South 4th Street, Ft. Pierce 10-20-48 

Outlaw, O. Stanley — 211 N.E. First Avenue. Miami 10-9-48 

Overby. Virginia — c o W. H. Flannery. 207 Rutland Bldg., 4th & Central 

St. Petersburg 2-21-48 

Overhaultzer, Laura — 1368 S.W. Terr., Miami 33 8-27-47 

Overstreet. Gertrude — P.O. 298, Gainesville 2-4-48 

Overton, B. H. — 300 East Wright St.. Pensacola 1-2-48 

Owen, Billie Bow (Mrs. i — Box 2004. West Palm Beach 6-19-47 

Owen. Judson L., Jr. — 1016 Biarritz Drive, Miami Beach 10-7-48 

Owen, Kathryn A.— 1759 N.W. 49th St., Miami 37 12-6-47 

Owen, Norma Mildred — 46 N.W. 1st St.. Miami 12-17-48 

Owen, Ralph L. — c o John E. Withers Transfer & Storage Co., 1000 N.E. 

1st Ave., Miami 4-10-47 

Owens, Alice B. — Bristol 9-5-47 

Owens, P. E., Jr. — 514 N. Center. Eustis 7-20-48 

Owens, J. Erwin — P.O. Box 34, Gainesville 4-19-48 

Owens, Mercedes N. — 1947 Hayes Street, Hollywood 6-7-48 

Owensby. Nona E.— 5811 N.W. 2nd Ave., Miami 38 11-12-48 

Owings, C. E. — 310 Franklin St., Tampa 9-9-47 

Ownby, John T, — Route 4. Box 460. Miami 9-18-48 

owrey. W. Bradley— co Nafl Realty Co.. 1980 NW 27th Ave.. Miami 5-23-47 

Oxford, A. C— 109 South Adams St., Daytona Beach 11-8-4T 



516 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Oxford, Menerei (Missi — c/o Turpentine & Rosin Factors, Box 1257, 

Jacksonville 1 1-8-48 

Pacetti, Madison P. — P.O. Box 751, West Palm Beach 11-24-48 

Pacheco, John — Box 5635, Tampa 1-16-47 

Pacheco, Oscar R.— 1304 18th Ave., Tampa 5 8-7-47 

Packard, Sara E. — Box 1708, West Palm Beach 7-25-47 

Peckenpaugh, Mary S. — Box 297, Rockledge 11-6-48 

Paden, Mary Lee — 2603 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 6-9-47 

Paderewski, Percy T. — Box 1774, Sarasota 9-29-48 

Padgett, Lillian B. — c/o Hillyer and Lovan, Box 371, Jacksonville 3-4-48 

Padgett, R. — 624 South Garden St., Gainesville 10-24-47 

Padgett, Woodrow T. — 508 N. Gilmore Ave., Lakeland 12-15-47 

Padrick, Juanite— 1535 S.W. 9th Street, Miami 1-20-47 

Padrick, W. G., Jr.— 602 North 4th St., Port Pierce 9-12-47 

Page, Doris E. — RFD 2, Box 154, Orlando 12-9-48 

Page, Earl J.— 807 N.W. 54th St., Miami 38 10-6-47 

Page, Elise Sharon — 1712 East LaRua St., Pensacola 12-9-48 

Page, Harvey E. — County Judge, Pensacola 1-17-47 

Pakall, Adele — c o Thompson & Cooper, Clearwater 8-18-47 

Palbicke, P. B.— 600 NW 27th Ave., Miami 35 11-12-48 

Pallant, Bernard H. — 1002 Seybold Bldg., Miami 8-20-47 

Pallardy, L. P., Jr. — P.O. Box 1952, Tampa 5-31-47 

Palmer, Lillian B.— 4650 N.W. 17th Avenue, Miami 9-3-48 

Palmer, Peggy (Mrs.i — 1550 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 10-31-47 

Palmer, Perine, Sr. — Box 112, Dania 10-6-47 

Palmer, T. W. — Tigertail Road, Dania 4-16-48 

Palmer, Wm. P. — c o Pisher-Brown, Box 711, Pensacola 11-13-47 

Pangia, Prank V.— 766 S.W. 8th St., Miami 9-20-48 

Pangle, Reba (Mrs. 1—835 N.W. 30th Place, Miami 10-9-48 

Paniello, Eulalia — 2701 18th St., Tampa 9-11-47 

Pankratz, Benjamin A. — Sebring 2-5-48 

Panton, George S.— 2121 S.W. 11th Street, Miami 6-6-47 

Pappas, Virginia W.— 1620 duPont Bldg., Miami 32 9-21-48 

Pararo, Mrs. Z. L. — Crawf ordville 2-6-48 

Parce, Harold J.— 590 S.E. 6th Street, Hialeah 10-11-47 

Parent, Katherine — 1650 Okeechobee Road, Hialeah 7-15-48 

Parham, John H., Jr.— 2101-24th Ave. North, St. Petersburg 11-1-48 

Parham, Leslie J. — P.O. Box 957, Tallahassee 2-4-48 

Pariser. Daniel P. — 2357 Pinetree Drive, Apt. 19, Miami Beach 6-5-48 

Park, J. E. — 434 East Bay St., Jacksonville 10-12-48 

Park, Myrtis— P.O. Box 1867, Orlando 10-21-48 

Park, Nona B. — P.O. Box 2680, Tampa 5-17-47 

Park, Walter C. — 3015 San Carlos, Tampa 4-23-48 

Parker, A. B. — Brownville Road, Arcadia 1-14-48 

Parker, Belle E.— 4239 NW 5th St., Miami 5-19-47 

Parker. C. C. — 407 W. Fortune St., Tampa 6-4-48 

Parker, Charles E. — 322 First Street, Crestview .10-14-48 

Parker, Clarice M. — 805 Huntington Bldg., Miami 9-5-47 

Parker, Corena K. (Mrs. i — 1418 E. Bobe Street, Pensacola 4-29-48 

Parker, E. A. — Corner Indian Rocks Rd. & Ponce de Leon Blvd., Belleair, 

Clearwater 5-25-48 

Parker, Elsie — 1221 Grace Avenue, Panama City 2-17-48 

Parker, Eugenia R. (Mrs.) — 1408 E. Cervantes, Pensacola 11-17-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 517 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Parker, Grace C. (Mrs.) — Paisley 9-17-47 

Parker, Helen S.— 17 Genovar St., St. Augustine 8-12-47 

Parker, Joseph D.— 135 N.W. 79th St., Miami 9-2-48 

Parker, Lock E.— 46 N.W. First St., 212-18 Civic BIdg., Miami 5-18-48 

Parker, Mary E. — Box 210, Bradenton 3-24-48 

Parker, Mary Ellen — 54OV2 Broadway, Kissimmee 1-21-48 

Parker, Mildred T. — c o Ernst & Ernst, Langford Bldg., Miami 32 7-7-48 

Parker, Ruth M. — 734 Seybold Bldg., Miami 6-13-47 

Parkinson, W. H. — Box 3108, Orlando 2-1-47 

Parks, A. M. — 114 Admiral Murray Bldg., Warrington 2-21-48 

Parks, C. H. — Box 1032, Tallahassee 9-1-43 

Parks, Marvin M. — 310 Datura St., West Palm Beach 2-18-47 

Parks, Phyllis— 365 West 10th St., Jacksonville 1-22-48 

Parks, Ruth — c/o Chester C. Posgate Company, Inc., Orlando 12-18-47 

Parks, Ruth— 168 N.E. 45th St., Miami 10-11-48 

Parks. Thelma — c/o Hull, Landis, Graham & French, Daytona Beach 6-7-47 

Parnacott, Helen — Box 523, Lake City 7-2-48 

Parnell, Opal — 403 West Forsyth St., Jacksonville 12-31-48 

Parrino, Dick — 308 So. Fielding Ave., Tampa 7 12-2-47 

Parrlsh, Ben — 1601 Tampa Street, Tampa 8-20-47 

Parrish, Dorothy J. — P.O. Box 5167, West Pensacola 5-10-47 

Parrlsh, James K. — 734 E. Ocklawaha Avenue, Ocala 11-19-48 

Parrish, Phil H.— 137 East Main St. North, Gainesville 7-24-47 

Parrish, R. A. — Box 133, Altha 10-8-47 

Parrish, Ross — Box 87, Daytona Beach 6-24-48 

Parrish, W. P., Sr. — 3726 Main St., Jacksonville 7-22-47 

Parrish, Wyatt S.— 1830 38th St. South, St. Petersburg 4-21-43 

Parron, Barbara — c/o David M. Trau, Suite 522, 350 Lincoln Road, 

Miami Beach 39 7-21-47 

Parrot, Lawrence H. — Box 2133, West Palm Beach 2-23-43 

Parrot, Geo. L.— 450 W. 19th St., Jacksonville 6 4-17-48 

Parry, Lillian L. — Route 1, Boynton Beach 12-23-48 

Parsley, W. R., Jr. — 689 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 5-31-47 

Parsons, A. T. — 1222 Main Street, Fort Myers 5-24-47 

Parsons, Eric C. — 1629 Challon Avenue, Jacksonville 7-3-48 

Parsons, J. S.— 1807 Congress Bldg., Miami 32 1-31-47 

Parsons, Mary M. — 8313-13th St., Tampa 6-2-48 

Partenheimer, P.— 144 N.W. 30th St., Miami 12-20-48 

Patrick, Marion H. — Room 20, Petteway Bldg., Tampa 5-18-48 

Paschall, Betty L. — 328V2 2nd Avenue, Daytona Beach 3-19-48 

Pascual, A. G. — 1216 East Columbus Drive, Tampa 2-1-47 

Pashley, Alice C. — 2223 College Street, Jacksonville 9-4-48 

Pass, Willard— RPD No. 2, Box 146, Starke 7-21-47 

Pasternak, Jacqueline — 331 S.W. 14th Avenue, Miami 8-25-47 

Pate, Marie P.— 266 NW 9th St., Miami 3-10-48 

Pate, Minnie (Mrs.) — Box 46, Noma, Holmes County 3-21-43 

Paterson, Ruth P. — P.O. Box 505, Cocoa 6-28-47 

Pates, Mike— 601 NW 72nd Lane, Miami 7-12-48 

Patrick, A. R.— 3682 S.W. 24th Terrace, Miami 10-18-47 

Patrick, Bonicile — 1206 Grace Avenue, Panama City 9-15-43 

Patrick, Francis— 3636 N.W. 36th Street, Miami 10-8-4" 

Patrick, Helen B.— P.O. Box 521, Plant City 10-12-43 

Patrick, J. D., Jr.— 302 West Crest, Tampa 11-24-47 



518 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Patrick, Kathleen — 2150 Quinby Ave. North, St. Petersburg 5-22-47 

Patrick, Mary B. — 2610 S.W. 23rd Avenue, Miami 7-30-47 

Patrick, Samuel A. — Wewahitchka 1-8-48 

Patrick, W. C, Jr.— 2301 NE Miami Court, Miami 2-15-47 

Patronis, Alice M. — Quincy 5-9-47 

Patrucco, lona Futch — P.O. Box 334. West Palm Beach 12-15-47 

Patten, George L.— Starke 10-7-48 

Patten, Nat S.— 5121 NW 23rd Ave., Miami 1-31-48 

Patterson, C. E. — Box 229, Tallahassee 11-1-47 

Patterson, Edna P. — 730 N.E. 90 Street, Miami 1-7-48 

Patterson, E. L.— Box 232, White Springs 11-22-48 

Patterson, George E., Jr. — 1203 Pacific Bldg., Miami 1-14-48 

Patterson, George L., Jr. — 1846 Espanola Drive, Miami 11-22-48 

Patterson, Giles J., Jr. — 23 Buckman Bldg., Jacksonville 10-11-48 

Patterson, Gladys W. — P.O. Box 127, Fort Meade 8-2-47 

Patterson, Herbert J. — c/o Consumer's Loan Service, Inc., 116 East Bay St., 

Jacksonville 9-7-48 

Patterson, Lillian H.— Jay 6-10-47 

Patterson, Lillian L. — c/o Newbern Groves, Brooksville 11-4-47 

Patterson, Nat J. — 23 West Broadway, Fort Meade 11-4-48 

Patterson, R. B. — 665 N.E. 88th St., Miami 38 5-9-47 

Patterson, Ruth — Box 537, Jacksonville 10-28-48 

Patterson, Wm. Byron — 950 Hogan St., Jacksonville 2 4-21-48 

Patterson, William P. — 213 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables 4-9-48 

Pattlllo, W. H.— 1114 Wycoff Ave., Jacksonville 5-12-48 

Pattison, R. W. — 412 Law Exchange Bldg.. Jacksonville 7-31-48 

Patton, A. L. — 2805 Park St., Jacksonville 4-12-48 

Patton, Dee — 525 Carolina St., Jacksonville C-7-47 

Patton, E. L.— P.O. Box 4549, Jacksonville 1 5-29-47 

Patton, John E. — 138 Madeira St., Coral Cables 1-4-47 

Patton, John E. — 223-A. South Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 10-3-47 

Patton, M. F. — 60 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville 2-14-48 

Patton, Rita— 609 Gulf Blvd., Pass-A-Grill 4-7-48 

Paulk, Ellie G. — 214 Main St., Sarasota 5-7-47 

Paulson, C. George — 327 Main Street, Sarasota 8-18-47 

Pavey, Sylvia M. — P.O. Box 1904, Tampa 7-6-48 

Paxton, Eugenia H. — 3200 Marlin Avenue, Tampa 6 6-12-48 

Payne, J. P. — Box 1259, Sanf ord 3-17-48 

Payne, June A.— 1805 Oak Street, Palatka 4-28-47 

Payne, L. A. — c o Joe Blank Motor Co., 2602 South Dixie, West Palm Beach.. 4-24-48 

Payne, Lola C. — 6205 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 38 10-23-48 

Payne, Marie — Box 1120, Lakeland 11-18-48 

Payne, Thomas O. — c/o Dade-Commonwealth Title Co., American Nat'l Bank 

Bldg., Miami 5-2-47 

Peace, Chas. B. — Box 5482, Jacksonville 6-19-48 

Pearce, Erna G. — Route 1, Box 644-G, Orlando 10-8-47 

Pearl, Esta B. (Mrs.)— P.O. Box 4484, Jacksonville 11-12-48 

Pearson, J. Tillman — 1425 duPont Bldg., Miami 7-22-48 

Pearson, Marjorie B. — 2010 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami 4-7-48 

Pease, A. M. (Miss) — No. 564 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg 6-2-48 

Peck, Jeulle E. — c/o Hiron H. Peck Co., Masonic Bldg., Jacksonville 9-24-47 

Peck, Mozelle D. — Box 959. Jacksonville 10-1-47 

Peacock, Florence S. — 3201 Day Avenue, Miami 6-24-47 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 519 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, i Years from Date Given 

Peacock. Henry B., Jr. — 51 N.W. First St., Miami 32 6-28-47 

Peacock, R. B. — 134 Lafayette St., Marianna 8-9-47 

Pearce, Eleanor — 948 SW Third St., Miami 36 4-16-47 

Pearce. J. A. — Box 950, Plant City 9-19-48 

Pearson, Nancy W. — 127 N.E. First Ave., Miami 7-11-47 

Peck, Harry A.— 5921 S.W. 46th Terrace, Miami 12-26-48 

Peck, John W.— 253 Worth Ave.. Palm Beach 12-5-47 

Peck, Jordan B. — 708 First Nat. Bank Bldg., Miami 2-1-47 

Pedersen. John S. — 175 South Central Ave.. Bartow 4-3-47 

Pedrick. Glenna J. — Dunnellon 5-27-48 

Pedroncelli. Margaret D. — Box 2721, Tampa 4-23-47 

Peebles. Mike C. — c/o B. & S. Motor Co., DeFuniak Springs 10-28-48 

Peebles, Ruth V. — Box 67, Belle Glade, c /o Herbert D. Beck 2-26-47 

reek, Andy — 3950 Poinsianna, Miami 11-13-48 

Peel, Gladys — 820 Strawbrldge Ave., Melbourne 2-12-48 

Peeler, C. B. — 414 Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville 2-2-47 

Peerler, Carlta — c/o Cleveland, Silbley & Davis, 605 Lincoln Rd. Bid., 

Miami Beach 5-19-48 

Peeler, Jas. M. — 137 E. Forsyth St., Room 414, Jacksonville 5-9-47 

Peeples, Edna F. — P.O. Box 444, DeLand 6-29-47 

Peeples. R. C. — Tavares 2-27-48 

Peeples. Rebacca S. — Box 455, Wauchula 9-7-47 

Peers, Dorothea S. — 332 North "D" Street. Lake Worth 4-23-48 

Peerson, Ruby J. — 702 Comeau Bldg.. West Palm Beach 3-13-48 

Pegram. J. H. — P.O. Box 36, Leesburg 7-6-47 

Pegues, Anne — c/o Bedell & Bedell, Guaranty Life Bldg., Jacksonville 2-4-44 

Peiter, A. H. — 1661 Lennox Avenue, Miami Beach 7-31-48 

Pell, Franklin Mathew — 611 N. Thornton St., Orlando 7-12-47 

Pellegrino, A. — 2537 Cherry St., Tampa S-6-47 

Pellett. Guy N. — 104 Magnolia St., New Smyrna Beach 4-18-47 

Pellington. John J. — 818 So. Orlando Ave., Winter Park 5-1-48 

Pelot. Jno. W.— 1610 SW 8th Street, Miami 7-28-48 

Pender, L. S. — Greenwood 3-18-48 

Pendergrass, Mable G. (Mrs.) — Box 461. Haines City 11-6-47 

Penhallow, Mary Jane — Roney Plaza Hotel. Miami Beach 12-6-47 

Penman, Gladys — 2884 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami 6-5-48 

Penman, James T. — 3117 Pearl Street, Jacksonville 1-30-48 

Penn. George, Jr. — c/o Aetna Finance Co.. 100 East Adams St., Jacksonville. .11-10-47 

Penn, Shirley — 901 Fourth Street, Miami Beach 10-16-48 

Penn, T. H. — Box 63, Auburndale 4-13-48 

Penney. Vernelle J. — c/o Butler & Kennedy, Box 704, Sarasota 4-24-47 

Pennington, Lillie — 602 Cherry St., Panama City 12-4-47 

Pennington, Selma — 1713 Kuhl Avenue, Orlando 7-26-47 

Pennstrom, Alma Viola — Box 973, Anna Maria Island 3-29-48 

Pent, William S. — Route 1, Box 24-A, Daytona Beach (P.O. Box 431) 2-16-48 

Penton, M. E.— 1844 N.W. 19th St., Miami 10-15-47 

Penton, M. S. — c/o Fisher-Brown, Inc., P.O. Box 711, Pensacola 2-6-47 

Pepper, Frank J., Jr.— P.O. Box 350. Miami 3 3-13-47 

Perdue, K. H.— 124 W. Pine, Orlando 3-18-48 

Perdue, Lois — Box 6, Ojus 3-27-48 

Perez, Anthony — 1024 Riverside Blvd., Tampa 1-9-47 

Perez, Candido G. — 1009 '2 12th Avenue, Tampa 2-23-47 

Perez, Peter A. — 215-16 Van Skiver Bldg., Winter Haven 1-2-48 



520 REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— (Cont'd) 

Name and Address Term, 4 Years from Date Given 

Perkerson, J. W., Jr. — c/o Seaboard Oil Co., Box 310 Sta. A, St. Petersburg... 4-7-47 

Perkins, Betty C. — Box 989. Tallahassee 4-19-48 

Perkins, Charles L. — Box 384, Hollywood 4-20-48 

Perkins, D. W. — 949 West Beaver St., Jacksonville 4 4-15-47 

Perkins, Edna — 49 Tomoka Avenue, Ormond 9-20-48 

Perkins, Lucile M. — 626 Brickell Avenue, Miami 5-23-48 

Perkins, M. D. — Box 61, Orlando 2-27-48 

Perkins, Philip R.— 1876 S.W, 24th St., Miami 33 6-11-47 

Perkins, Ruth— P.O. Box 965, Punta Gorda 3-20-47 

Perkins, Ruth Parker — 442 West Lafayette St., Tampa 9-24-47 

Perkins, Thomas L. — 117 Florida Ave., West Palm Beach 12-29-48 

Perkins, Walter O., Jr. — c/o Munroe & Chambliss Nat'l Bank, Box 611, Ocala. . 6-18-47 

Perkinson, Marion E. — 4260 N.W. 1st St., Miami 2-10-47 

Perlman, Saul— 1956 Pearl St., Jacksonville 8 11-29-48 

Perlmutter, Lorraine — 730 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach 3-23-48 

Permenter, Ethel S.— P.O. Box 4665, Jacksonville 5 12-27-48 

Permenter, J. H. — 3530 Park Street, Jacksonville 4-5-47 

Perricone, Michael J.— 2329 N.W. 7th Court, Miami 37 10-20-48 

Perrin, Margaret G. — c/o Mabry, Reaves & Carlton, 1211 First Nat'l Bank 

Bldg., Tampa 1 7-7-47 

Perrine, Wayne H. — 900 Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 4-14-48 

Perritt, Agnes — Box 53, Jacksonville 1 4-21-48 

Perritt, J. H. — Forsyth & Myrtle, c/o Armour & Company, Jacksonville 5-27-48 

Perry, Albert W. — 404 Franklin Street, Tampa 5-27-47 

Perry, Alice H. — 221 Graham Building, Jacksonville 6-18-48 

Perry, Barbara — 505 SE 18th St., Ft. Lauderdale 1-5-48 

Perry, C. F. — Box 71, Ft. Myers 10-2-48 

Perry, Cecilia A. — 3104 Granada St., Tampa G-25-47 

Perry, Ethel K. — c'o Acousti Engineering Company of Florida, 139 Riverside, 

Jacksonville 10-27-48 

Perry, Guy F. — 222 Clay Street, Jacksonville 2-22-47 

Perry, Helen — P.O. Box 1137, 719 Fla. Nat'l Bank Bldg., St. Petersburg 7-9-48 

Perry, Herbert C. — 109 9th Avenue West, Bradenton 3-2-47 

Perry, J. R.— 1424 14th St. West. Bradenton 4-4-47 

Perry, James U. — 611 West Bay St., Room 7, Jacksonville 6-25-47 

Perry, John J.— 2041 S.W. 25th St., Miami 8-15-47 

Perry, Joseph— 2277 NW 60th St., Miami 3-16-48 

Perry, Mary Estelle — MacClenny 8-8-48 

Perry, Ruth M. — Marine Terrace Hotel, 2719 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 2-18-48 

Perry, T. D. — c/o Cox Motor Co., Bradenton 3-8-47 

Perry, T. G.— 311 South 13th St., Palatka 4-21-47 

Perry, Wallace F.— 251 Civic Bldg., 46 N.W. 1st St., Miami 12-8-47 

Persons, J. K. — 824 Barnett Building, Jacksonville 2 10-31-48 

Peskoe, I. — 2852 S.W. 22nd Terrace, Miami 11-3-48 

Pete, Hazel Don — 538 W. Jackson St., Orlando 6-6-48 

Peter, Asher— P.O. Box 830, Orlando 2-18-48 

Peters, Annie Mae — RFD No. 1, Cary ville 4-20-48 

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