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REPORT 



of the 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



of the 



STATE OF FLORIDA 



For the Period Beginning January 1, 1955, and 
Ending December 31, 1956 





FLORIDA'S CAPITOL 



GOVERNORS OF FLORIDA 

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

STATE 
William D. Moseley— 1845 to 1849. 
Thomas Brown— 1849 to 1853. 
James E. Broom — 1853 to 1857. 
Madison S. Perry— 1857 to 1861. 
John Milton— 1861 to 1865. 
Abram K. Allison — (Acting April-May, 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. 
Osslan 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. 
Willlam D. Bloxham— 1881 to 1885. 
Edward A. Perry— 1885 to 1889. 
Francis P. Fleming— 1889 to 1893. 
Henry L. Mitchell— 1893 to 1897. 
William D. Bloxham— 1897 to 1901. 
W. S. Jennings— 1901 to 1905. 
N. B. Broward— 1905 to 1909. 
Albert W. Gilchrist— 1909 to 1913. 
Park Trammell— 1913 to 1917. 
Sidney J. Catts— 1917 to 1921. 
Cary 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 to 1953. 

Dan McCarty— 1953 to 1957 (Died in office, Sept. 28, 1953) . 
Charley E. Johns — (Acting, Sept. 29, 1953, to Jan. 4, 1955.) 
LeRoy Collins— 1955 to 1957. 



GOVERNOR AND CABINET 
1955-1956 



GOVERNOR 

CHARLEY E. JOHNS, ACTING, Sept. 29, 1953 to Jan. 4, 1955 
LeROY COLLINS, Jan. 4, 1955, until Jan. 8, 1957 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. A. GRAY 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

RICHARD W. ERVIN 

COMPTROLLER 

RAY E. GREEN 

STATE TREASURER 

J. EDWIN LARSON 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

THOMAS D. BAILEY 

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

NATHAN MAYO 



SECRETARIES OF STATE 



James T. Archer— From July 23, 1845, to April 11, 1848. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

R. A. Gray — Commissioned ad interim April 12, 1930. Elect- 
ed November 4, 1930, and commissioned November 7, 
1930, for unexpired term. Re-elected and commissioned 
for four year terms beginning January 3, 1933, January 
5, 1937, January 7, 1941, January 2, 1945, January 4, 
1949, January 6, 1953. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

OFFICE OF THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE OF FLORIDA 

Tallahassee, Florida 
January 1, 1957 
Honorable LeRoy Collins 
Governor 
State of Florida 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Dear Governor: 

As required by law I have the honor to transmit here- 
with the biennial report of the Office of Secretary of State 
for the calendar years 1955-1956. 

In previous years my letter of transmittal has dealt more 
or less with the breakdown of the various divisions under 
the office and the duties and activities of the same. I shall 
make this letter of transmittal brief and not attempt to elab- 
orate. Two years ago my letter of transmittal went into more 
detail. 

With this report I should like to emphasize the rapid 
growth of the volume of work being handled. The office 
primarily intended to be a record office, and it still is, has 
been expanded in its functions and duties. It has become not 
only a record office, but a service office. It is the amazing 
increase in the service functions that I should like to refer to. 

CORPORATION DIVISION 

In the corporation division where all the charters or 
articles of incorporation must be processed and filed, the 
number of new corporations coming in day by day and 
month by month is proof of an almost unbelievable rate of 
increase. Though our State does not rank higher than about 
twelfth or thirteenth in population among the forty eight 
states of the Union, it ranks third in the number of new 
corporations formed month by month and this rate was 
achieved and maintained for most of last year. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 9 

The collections from charter tax for 1954 was $297,000; 
for 1955 was $387,000; for 1956 was $438,000. 

The annual capital stock tax on corporations collected 
for the same period of time increased from $686,000 to 
$847,000. 

During the same period of time the number of new cor- 
porations filing charters rose from 6,221 to 9,746 annually. 

The number of inquiries received by telephone, telegram 
and by letter has increased by an even larger percentage. 

ELECTIONS DIVISIONS 

The increased number of voters being registered and quali- 
fied in the State means more and more activity required in 
the elections division. There is a growing interest among the 
people about elections — primary and general. 

One of the more active functions is the preparing of 
commissions for all appointive and elective officers. Upon 
notice of appointment all appointees are furnished promptly 
the blanks on which for them to furnish their qualification 
papers required. When these are checked and found in or- 
der, including commission tax, the commissions are processed 
for the signature of the Governor and when that is accom- 
plished it is attested and the Great Seal affixed thereto. The 
same process is required for elective officials. 

The commission tax for 1953 — was $46,500; for 1956 it 
amounted to $71,140. This is another indication of the growth 
of the activities. 

SUGGESTED LEGISLATION 
There are several changes desirable in the election laws. 
Detailed information will be furnished you if requested. 

I do not recommend any changes in the corporation laws 
except in one or two minor details. In my opinion the tax 
schedules relating to corporations should not be changed for 
a number of reasons. 

Expressions of satisfaction and appreciation of the serv- 
ices rendered by the office continues to flow in for which I 
am humbly grateful. . . . 



10 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

EX OFFICIO DUTIES 

While my ex officio duties as member of the various 
boards and commissions is also increasing, I feel the value 
of my services in that connection is growing because of the 
experience gained. 

I was a member of the Legislature of 1911, I had served 
as a clerk in both branches prior to that time. With the ex- 
ception of time out in World War One I have served in ad- 
ministrative branches of the state government since the fall 
of 1911. This means I have served under thirteen Governors 
and in the Cabinet of nine. I realize few men have had the 
advantage of such a long and varied experience and it is 
with a high degree of satisfaction that I can give to my State 
the fullest benefiit made possible by this long and varied 
experience in state government administration. 
With great respect, I am 

Cordially yours, 



C-.'^^ <^^ <:^i»^<^ 



Secretary of State 
RAG/KBS 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 11 

STATEMENT OF MONIES RECEIVED 
BY OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE 

1955 

Capital Stock Tax $ 755,811.40 

Commission Tax 57,095.00 

Primary Election Fees 858.00 

Charter Tax 387,295.90 

Fees 121,660.13 

Laws Sold 5,856.38 

Statutes Sold 907.00 

Limited Partnerships 6,641.84 

Refund Postage 494.68 

Knott Bldg 4,531.08 

Miscellaneous 185.62 

TOTAL $ 1,341,339.03 



1956 

Capital Stock Tax $ 847,666.84 

Commission Tax 71,140.00 

Primary Election Fees 93,896.05 

Charter Tax 438,889.47 

Fees 138,051.40 

Laws Sold 12,962.11 

Statutes Sold 41,179.25 

Limited Partnerships 7,951.00 

Refund Postage 192.36 

Knott Bldg 4,438.83 

Miscellaneous 1,091.17 

TOTAL $ 1,657,458.48 



12 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 
STATE OF FLORIDA 



COUNTIES COMPRISING THE EIGHT 
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 



First District 

Hernando 6,693 

Hillsborough 249,894 

Pasco 20,529 

Pinellas 159,249 



436,365 



Second District 

Clay 14,323 

Duval 304,029 



318.352 



Third District 

Bay 42,689 

Calhoun 7,922 

Escambia 112,706 

Franklin 5,814 

Gadsden 36,457 

Gulf 7,460 

Holmes 13,988 

Jackson 34,645 

Jefferson 10,413 

Leon 51,590 

Liberty 3,182 

Okaloosa 27,533 

Santa Rosa 18,554 

Wakulla 5,258 

Walton 14,725 

Washington 11,883 



Fourth District 

Dade 495,084 

Monroe 29,957 

525,041 
Fifth District 

Brevard 23.653 

Citrus 6,111 

Flagler 3,367 

Lake 36,340 

Marion 38,187 

Orange 114,950 

Osceola 11,406 

St. Johns 24,9^ 

Seminole 26,883 

Sumter 11,330 

Volusia 74,229 

371,454 
Sixth District 

Broward 83,933 

Charlotte 4,286 

Collier 6,488 

Glades 2,199 

Hendry 6,051 

Indian River 11,872 

Lee 23,404 

Martin 7,807 

Okeechobee 3,454 

Palm Beach 114,688 

St. Lucie 20,180 



404,82 



284,362 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



13 



Seventh District 

DeSoto 9,242 

Hardee 10,073 

Highlands 13,636 

Manatee 34,704 

Polk 123,997 

Sarasota 28,827 



220,479 



Eighth District 

Alachua 57,026 

Baker 6,313 

Bradford 11,457 



Columbia 18,216 

Dixie 3.928 

Gilchrist 3,499 

Hamilton 8,981 

Lafayette 3,440 

Levy 10,637 

Madison 14,197 

Nassau 12,811 

Putnam 23,615 

Suwannee 16,986 

Taylor 10,416 

Union 8,906 



210,428 



14 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

UNITED STATES SENATORS 

Spessard L. Holland, Bartow, elected November 4, 1952 
for term of six years. 

George A. Smathers, Miami, elected November 7, 1950, 
for term of six years. 



REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS 

First Congressional District — William C. (Bill) Cramer, 
St. Petersburg, elected November 2, 1954 for term of two 
years. 

Second Congressional District — Charles E. Bennett, Jack- 
sonville, elected November 2, 1954 for term of two years. 

Third Congressional District — Bob Sikes, Crestview, elected 
November 2, 1954 for term of two years. 

Fourth Congressional District — Dante B. Fascell, Miami, 
elected November 2, 1954 for term of two years. 

Fifth Congressional District — A. S. (Syd) Herlong, Jr., 
Leesburg, elected November 2, 1954 for term of two years. 

Sixth Congressional District — Paul G. Rogers, West Palm 
Beach, elected at Special Election January 4, 1955 for term 
of two years. 

Seventh Congressional District — James A. Haley, Sarasota, 
elected November 2, 1954 for term of two years. 

Eighth Congressional District — D. R. Matthews, Gainesville, 
elected November 2, 1954 for term of two years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 15 

JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT 

CHIEF JUSTICE 

E. Harris Drew, Tallahassee, Commissioned January 6, 1953 
for term of six years. 

JUSTICES 

B. K. Roberts, Tallahassee, commissioned January 6, 1953 
for term of six years. 

T. Frank Hobson, Tallahassee, commissioned January 2, 
1951 for term of six years. 

Stephen C. O'Connell, Tallahassee, commissioned October 
20, 1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 
1957. 

Elwyn Thomas, Tallahassee, commissioned January 2, 1951 
for term of six years. 

Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Campbell Thornall, Tallahassee, commissioned May 9, 1955 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1957. 



16 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR 

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola — retired August 1, 1955. 

Harold B. Crosby, Pensacola; D. Stuart Gillis, De- 

Funiak Springs. 
State Attorney — Ed Wicke, Pensacola. 
Assistant State Attorney — Erwin Fleet, Fort Walton. 
Court Reporter — Robert E. Sayner, Pensacola and Mrs. 
Weba Paul, DeFuniak Springs. 

SPRING TERMS 

Escambia county, second Monday in June. 
Okaloosa county, last Monday in April. 
Santa Rosa county, second Monday after the second Mon- 
day in May. 

Walton county, second Monday in May. 

FALL TERMS 

Escambia county, second Monday in October. 
Okaloosa county, last Monday in August. 
Santa Rosa county, second Monday after the second Mon- 
day in September. 

Walton county, second Monday in September. 

WINTER TERMS 

Escambia county, second Monday in February. 
Okaloosa county, second Monday in December. 
Santa Rosa county, second Monday after the second Mon- 
day in January. 

Walton county, second Monday in January. 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Hugh M. Taylor, Quincy, and W. May Walker, 
Tallahassee. 

State Attorney — Wm. D. Hopkins, Tallahassee. 

Assistant State Attorney — Harry Morrison, Tallahassee. 

Court Reporter — Frances Thigpen, Tallahassee and Esther 
K. Brahaney, Tallahassee. 

SPRING TERMS 

Wakulla County, first Monday in March. 
Franklin County, third Monday in March. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 17 

Gadsden County, first Monday in April. 
Jefferson County, fourth Monday in April. 
Liberty County, second Monday in May. 
Leon County, first Monday in June. 

FALL TERMS 

Wakulla County, second Monday in September. 
Franklin County, fourth Monday in September. 
Gadsden County, second Monday in October. 
Jefferson County, first Monday in November. 
Liberty County, third Monday in November. 
Leon County, first Monday in December. 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — R. H. Rowe, Madison, and Hal W. Adams, Mayo. 
State Attorney — Wm. Randall Slaughter, Live Oak. 
Assistant State Attorney — O. O. Edwards, Cross City. 
Court Reporter — Wm. McChesney, Madison, and Mrs. Con- 
nie Luebke, Lake City. 

SPRING TERMS 

Lafayette county, second Monday in January. 
Dixie county, fourth Monday in January. 
Hamilton county, second Monday in February. 
Taylor county, first Monday in March. 
Madison county, fourth Monday in March. 
Suwannee county, third Monday in April. 
Columbia county, second Monday in May. 

FALL TERMS 

Lafayette county, third Monday in July. 
Dixie county, first Monday in August. 
Hamilton county, third Monday in August. 
Taylor county, second Monday in September. 
Madison county, first Monday in October. 
Suwannee county, fourth Monday in October. 
Columbia county, third Monday in November. 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — Edwin L. Jones (Duval Circuit) , Charles A. Luckie, 
Claude Ogilvie, Bayard B. Shields, A. D. McNeill and W. A. 
Stanly, Jacksonville. 



18 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

State Attorney — William A. Hallowes, Jacksonville. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Nathan Schevitz, Jacksonville; 
Thomas J. Shave, Fernandina, and Richard C. Gordie, Green 
Cove Springs. 

Court Reporters — Sam Rosenfeld, Jacksonville, Res. Jan. 
30, 1956; Cecil K. Noel, Jr., Jacksonville, and Raleigh C. 
Dowling, Jr., Jacksonville. 

SPRING TERM 

Clay county, first Monday in April. 
Duval county, first Monday in May. 
Nassau county, third Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Clay county, first Monday in October. 
Duval county, first Monday in November. 
Nassau county, third Monday in October. 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — T. G. Futch, Tavares and (F. R. Hocker, Ocala, 
retired Sept. 1, 1956) Wallace E. Sturgis, Ocala. 

State Attorney — A. P. Buie, Ocala. 

Assistant State Attorney — John W. McCormick, Mount 
Dora. 

Court Reporters — Miss Elva Crumpton, Ocala and Alan H, 
Hamlin, Tavares. 

SPRING TERMS 

Hernando county, first Monday in March. 
Citrus county, third Monday in March. 
Sumter county, first Monday in June. 
Lake county, first Monday in May. 
Marion county, first Monday in April. 

FALL TERMS 

Hernando county, first Monday in September. 
Citrus county, third Monday in September. 
Sumter county, first Monday in December. 
Lake county, first Monday in November. 
Marion county, first Monday in October. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 19 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — John U. Bird, Clearwater; John Dickinson, St. 
Petersburg; C. Richard Leavengood, St. Petersburg; Orvil 
L. Dayton, Jr., Dade City. 

State Attorney — Clair A. Davis, St. Petersburg. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Robert R. Tench, Clearwater; 
Sam Y. Allgood, Jr., New Port Richey. 

Court Reporter — Maude B. Clingan, St. Petersburg. 

SPRING TERMS 

Pasco county, first Tuesday in April. 
Pinellas county, first Monday in May. 

FALL TERMS 

Pasco county, first Tuesday in October. 
Pinellas county, first Monday in December. 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine; Robt. H. Wing- 
field, DeLand; P. B. Revels, Palatka. 

State Attorney — Murray Sams, DeLand, retired November 
1, 1956; William W. Judge, Daytona Beach. 

Assistant State Attorney — Frank G. Howatt, St. Augustine. 

Court Reporters — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand; Geo. B. Newton, 
St. Augustine. 

SPRING TERMS 

Flagler county, third Monday in May. 
Putnam county, second Monday in March. 
St. John's county, first Monday in June. 
Volusia county, second Monday in April. 

FALL TERMS 

Flagler county, second Monday in December. 
Putnam county, second Monday in October. 
St. Johns county, second Monday in November. 
Volusia county, third Monday in October. 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — Geo. L. Patten, Starke; John A. H. Murphree, 
Gainesville. 

State Attorney — T. E. Duncan, Gainesville. 



20 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Assistant State Attorney — Joe Hill Williams, Starke. 
Court Reporter — Evelyn Higgs, Gainesville. 

SPRING TERMS 

Alachua county, second Monday in April. 
Baker county, second Monday in January. 
Bradford county, second Monday in May. 
Gilchrist county, first Monday in March. 
Levy county, second Monday in March. 
Union county, fourth Monday in May. 

FALL TERMS 

Alachua county, second Monday in October. 
Baker county, second Monday in July. 
Bradford county, second Monday in November. 
Gilchrist county, first Monday in September. 
Levy county, second Monday in September. 
Union county, fourth Monday in November. 

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Frank A. Smith, Orlando; Vassar B. Carlton, 
Titusville; A. O. Kanner, Stuart; Terry B. Patterson, Orlando. 
State Attorney — Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Charles R. P. Brown, Fort Pierce; 
Volie A. Williams, Jr., Sanford. 

Court Reporters — (Jessie D. Kleinman, Titusville, retired 
Dec. 31, 1955) Gray Brewer, Titusville; Clifford M. Gaffney, 
Ft. Pierce; Mrs. M. Bama Conner, Orlando; Maurice J. Gelder, 
Orlando. 

SPRING TERMS 

Brevard county, fourth Tuesday in March. 
Indian River county, second Tuesday in March. 
Martin county, second Tuesday in June. 
Okeechobee county, second Tuesday in February. 
Orange county, first Monday in April. 
Osceola county — third Monday in March. 
Seminole county, third Tuesday in April. 
St. Lucie county, second Tuesday in April. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 21 

FALL TERMS 

Brevard county, second Tuesday in October. 
Indian River county, second Tuesday in October. 
Martin county, second Tuesday in January. 
Okeechobee county, second Tuesday in September. 
Orange county, third Monday in October. 
Osceola county, third Monday in September. 
Seminole county, first Tuesday in November. 
St. Lucie county, second Tuesday in November. 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — D. O. Rogers, Bartow; Don Register, Winter Haven; 
William P. Allen, Sebring. 

State Attorney — Gunter Stephenson, Winter Haven. 

Assistant State Attorney — Joseph O. Macbeth, Sebring. 

Court Reporters — Marilyn Cleveland Langford, Lakeland; 
Holland A. Kelley, Bartow; Mrs. Rosie Sclafani, Lakeland. 

SPRING TERMS 

Hardee county, first Tuesday after the second Monday in 
February. 

Highlands county, first Tuesday after the first Monday in 
April. 

Polk county, first Tuesday after the second Monday in March. 

FALL TERMS 

Hardee county, first Tuesday after the second Monday in 
September. 

Highlands county, first Tuesday after the first Monday in 
November. 

Polk county, first Tuesday after the second Monday in 
October. 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — George E. Holt, Miami; Robert H. Anderson, Miami; 
Marshall C. Wiseheart, Miami; John W. Prunty, Miami; Stanley 
Milledge, Miami; Harold R. Vann, Coral Gables; Charles A. 
Carroll, Miami; Ray Pearson, Miami; J. Fritz Gordon, Miami; 
William A. Herin, Miami; Grady L. Crawford, Miami; 
Vincent C. Giblin, Miami; Pat Cannon, Miami; Robert L. 
Floyd, Miami. 



22 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

State Attorney — George A. Brautigam, Miami. 

Assistant State Attorneys — Thomas N. Balikes, Miami, 
Edward P. Swan, Miami; Max B. Kogen; Anthony J. Hose- 
mann, Jr.; John W. Achor, Miami; Adele Segall Faske, Miami; 
WiUiam Meadows, Jr., Miami; Paul A. Louis, Miami. 

Court Reporters — Jack W. Malhcoat, Miami, 

SPRING TERM 

Dade county, second Tuesday in May. 

FALL TERM 

Dade county, second Tuesday in November. 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — Lynn Gerald, Fort Myers; W. T. Harrison, Palmetto. 

State Attorney — William M. Smiley, Bradenton. 

Assistant State Attorneys — William H. Stockham, Sarasota; 
Frank B. Watson, Jr., Fort Myers. 

Court Reporters — Barney Schultz, Fort Myers; Donald D, 
Bell, Bradenton. 

SPRING TERMS 

Charlotte county, fourth Monday in March. 
Collier county, first Monday in March. 
DeSoto county, second Monday in February. 
Glades county, first Monday in February. 
Hendry county, third Monday in February. 
Lee county, third Monday in April. 
Manatee county, second Monday in March. 
Sarasota county, first Monday in April. 

FALL TERMS 

Charlotte county, second Monday in October. 
Collier county, first Monday in October. 
DeSoto county, fourth Monday in November. 
Glades county, fourth Monday in October. 
Hendry county, third Monday in November. 
Lee county, first Monday in November. 
Manatee county, third Monday in October. 
Sarasota county, second Monday in November. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 23 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judges — L. L. Parks, Tampa; Harry N. Sandler, Tampa; 
Henry C. Tillman, Tampa; I. C. Spoto, Tampa. 
State Attorney — James M. McEwen, Tampa. 
Assistant State Attorney — Ralph L. Rousseau, Jr., Tampa. 
Court Reporter — James G. Nesbit, Tampa. 

SPRING TERM 

Hillsborough county, first Tuesday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Hillsborough county, first Tuesday in October. 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — E. C. Welch, Marianna; E. Clay Lewis, Jr., Panama 
City. 

State Attorney — J. Frank Adams, Blountstown. 

Assistant State Attorney — Larry G. Smith, Panama City. 

Court Reporters — Zola B. Folkes, Panama City; Mrs. Nellie 
P. Heath, Marianna. 

SPRING TERMS 

Bay county, fourth Monday in February. 
Calhoun county, fourth Monday in April. 
Gulf county, second Monday in February. 
Holmes county, second Monday in April. 
Jackson county, second Monday in May. 
Washington county, fourth Monday in March. 

FALL TERMS 

Bay county, fourth Monday in August. 
Calhoun county, fourth Monday in September. 
Gulf county, second Monday in August. 
Holmes county, second Monday in October. 
Jackson county, second Monday in November. 
Washington county, fourth Monday in October. 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 

Judges — (C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach, vacancy 

declared by Governor, June 22, 1956) Lamar Warren, Ft. 

Lauderdale; Jos. S. White, West Palm Beach; R. O. Morrow, 

Lake Worth; Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale: James H. 



24 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Walden, Dania; James R. Knott, West Palm Beach. 

State Attorney— Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach. 

Assistant State Attorney — Quentin V. Long, Hallandale. 

Court Reporters — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale; C. E. 
Jones, West Palm Beach. 

SPRING TERMS 

Broward county, second Tuesday in March. 
Palm Beach county, first Monday in April. 

FALL TERMS 

Broward county, second Tuesday in October. 
Palm Beach county, first Monday in October. 

WINTER TERM 

Palm Beach county, first Monday in January, unless said 
day shall be a holiday, and then on the first Tuesday after the 
first Monday in January. 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
Judge — Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Key West. 
State Attorney — J. Lancelot Lester, Key West. 
Assistant State Attorney — None. 
Court Reporter — Mrs. Louisa D. Parks, Key West. 

SPRING TERM 

Monroe county, third Monday in April. 

FALL TERM 

Monroe county, third Monday in October. 

CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — W. T. Kennedy, Ft. Lauderdale. 
Solicitor — Emerson Allsworth, Ft. Lauderdale. 
Clerk— W. E. Bunch, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. 

DADE COUNTY 

Judge— Ben C. Willard. 

Solicitor— (John D. Marsh resigned Nov. 1, 1956) A. C. 
Dressier, Miami. 

Clerk— J. F. McCracken. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 25 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judges — William T. Harvey, Jacksonville; A. Lloyd Layton, 
Jacksonville. 

Solicitor — Harry H. Martin. 
Clerk— Kathleen L. Hartley. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

Judge — L. A. Grayson. 
Solicitor — Paul B. Johnson. 
Clerk — L. D. Simmons. 

MONROE COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas S. Caro, Key West. 
Solicitor — Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Key West. 
Clerk — Harry Dongo, Key West. 

ORANGE COUNTY 

Judge— W. M. Murphy, Orlando. 
Solicitor — Richard H. Cooper, Orlando. 
Clerk — Chas. E. Limpus, Orlando. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Judges — Edward G. Newell, West Palm Beach; Hugh Mac- 
Millan, West Palm Beach. 

Solicitor — Charles A. Nugent, Jr., West Palm Beach. 
Clerk — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach. 

POLK COUNTY 

Judge — Roy H. Amidon, Lakeland. 
Solicitor — Clifton M. Kelly, Lakeland. 
Clerk — Robert J. Haslett, Bartow. 

CIVIL COURTS OF RECORD 

DADE COUNTY 

Judges — David J. Heffernan, Miami; Norman Hendry, 
Miami; J. Tillman Pearson, Miami; John R. Blanton, Miami. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

Judge — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville. 

COURTS OF CRIMES 

DADE COUNTY 

Judges — (Ray H. Pearson, Miami, resigned Jan. 9, 1956) 



26 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Eugene A. Williams, Miami; George E. Schulz, Miami Springs. 

BROWARD COUNTY 

Judge — Thomas F. Thompkins, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale. 
CIVIL & CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

PINELLAS COUNTY 

Judge — Leon Whitehurst, Jr., Clearwater. 
COURT OF RECORD 

ESCAMBIA COUNTY 

Judges — Ernest E. Mason, Pensacola; Kirke M. Beall, 
Pensacola. 

Solicitor — John L. Reese, Pensacola. 

JUVENILE COURTS, JUDGES 
Broward — Dorr S. Davis, Ft. Lauderdale. 
Dade— Walter H. Beckham, Miami; W. R. Culbreath, Miami. 
Duval — Marion W. Gooding, Jacksonville. 
Hillsborough — O. D. Howell, Jr., Tampa. 
Monroe — Mrs. Eva Warner Gibson, Key West. 
Orange — Mattie H. Farmer, Orlando. 
Pinellas — Charles O. Parks, Jr., St. Petersburg. 
Polk — G. Bowdon Hunt, Bartow. 

JUVENILE DIVISION OF 
THE COURT OF RECORD, JUDGE 
Escambia — Theodore F. Bruno, Pensacola. 



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JUDICIAL CIRCUITS 

Circuits Population 

First — Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, and Walton 

Counties 173,518 

Second — Franklin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Lib- 
erty, and Wakulla Counties 112,714 

Third — Columbia, Dixie, Hamilton, Lafayette. Madi- 
son, Suwanne, and Taylor Counties 76,164 

Fourth — Duval, Clay, and Nassau Counties 331,163 

Fifth — Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion, and Sum- 
ter Counties 98,661 

Sixth— Pasco and Pinellas Counties 179,778 

Seventh — Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns, and Volusia 

Counties 126,209 

Eighth — Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, 

and Union Counties 97,838 

Ninth — Brevard, Indian River, Martin, Okeecho- 
bee, Orange, Osceola, St. Lucie, and Seminole 

Counties 220,205 

Tenth— Hardee, Highlands, and Polk Counties 147,706 

Eleventh— Dade County 495,084 

Twelfth— De Soto, Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hen- 
dry, Lee, Manatee, and Sarasota Counties 115,201 

Thirteenth— Hillsborough County 249,894 

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

and Washington Counties 118,592 

Fifteenth— Broward and Palm Beach Counties 198,621 

Sixteenth— Monroe County 29,957 

Duval County Circuit— Duval County 304,029 

CIRCUIT JUDGES 

First Judicial Circuit 

L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years, retired August 1, 1955 and Harold B. 
Crosby, Pensacola, commissioned August 1, 1955 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, A. D., 1957. 

D. Stuart Gillis, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 



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Second Judicial Circuit 

W. May Walker, Tallahassee, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Hugh M. Taylor, Quincy, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Third Judicial Circuit 

Hal W. Adams, Mayo, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

R. H. Rowe, Madison, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit 

Charles A. Luckie, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 

Bayard B. Shields, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 

A. D. McNeill, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Claude Ogilvie, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

W. A. Stanly, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 
Duval County Circuit 

Edwin L. Jones, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit 

F. R. Hocker, Ocala, commissioned January 4, 1955 for term 
of six years, resigned and retired September 1, 1956 and 
Wallace E. Sturgis, Ocala, commissioned September 7, 1956 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, A. D., 1957. 

T. G. Futch, Tavares, commissioned January 4, 1955 for term 
of six years. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit 

John U. Bird, Clearwater, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

John Dickinson, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 

C. Richard Leavengood, St. Petersburg, commissioned 
January 4, 1955 for term of six years. 



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Orvil L. Dayton, Dade City, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit 

Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 

Robt. H. Wingfield, DeLand, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

P. B. Revels, Palatka, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit 

Geo. L. Patten, Starke, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

John A. H. Murphree, Gainesville, commissioned January 
4, 1955 for term of six years. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit 

Frank A. Smith, Orlando, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Vassar B. Carlton, Titusville, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

A. O. Kanner, Stuart, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Terry B. Patterson, Orlando, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit 

D. O. Rogers, Bartow, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Don Register, Winter Haven, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

William P. Allen, Sebring, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Eleventh Judicial District 

George E. Holt, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Robert H. Anderson, Miami, commissioned January 12, 1956 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1957. 

Marshall C. Wiseheart, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 



30 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

John W. Prunty, Miami, commissioned January 13, 1956 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1957. 

Stanley Milledge, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Harold R. Vann, Coral Gables, commissioned January 12, 
1956 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1957. 

Charles A. Carroll, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Ray Pearson, Miami, commissioned January 12, 1956 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1957. 

J. Fritz Gordon, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

William A. Herin, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Grady L. Crawford, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Vincent C. Giblin, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Pat Cannon, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 for term 
of six years. 

Robert L. Floyd, Miami, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit 

Lynn Gerald, Fort Myers, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

W. T. Harrison, Palmetto, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit 

L. L. Parks, Tampa, commissioned January 4, 1955 for term 
of six years. 

Harry N. Sandler, Tampa, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

Henry C. Tillman, Tampa, commissioned January 4, 1955 
for term of six years. 

I. C. Spoto, Tampa, commissioned January 4, 1955 for term 
of six years. 



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Fourteenth Judicial Circuit 

E. C. Welch, Marianna, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 
term of six years. 

E. Clay Lewis, Jr., Panama City, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit 

C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955 for term of six years. Vacancy declared by Gov- 
ernor June 22, 1956. 

Lamar Warren, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 

Jos. S. White, West Palm Beach, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 

R. O. Morrow, Lake Worth, commissioned September 30, 
1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Otis Farrington, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 4, 

1955 for term of six years. 

James H. Walden, Dania, commissioned June 30, 1955 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1957. 

James R. Knott, West Palm Beach, commissioned June 29, 

1956 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1957. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit 

Aquilino Lopez, Jr., Key West, commissioned January 4, 
1955 for term of six years. 



STATE ATTORNEYS 
First Judicial Circuit 

Ed Wicke, Pensacola, commissioned January 6, 1953 for 
term of four years. 

Second Judicial Circuit 

William D. Hopkins, Tallahassee, commissioned January 6, 
1953 for term of four years. 

Third Judicial Circuit 

Wm. Randall Slaughter, Live Oak, commissioned January 
6, 1953 for term of four years. 



32 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fourth Judicial Circuit 

Wm. A. Hallowes, Jacksonville, commissioned January 6, 
1953 for term of four years. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit 

A. P. Buie, Ocala, commissioned January 6, 1953 for term 
of four years. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit 

Clair A. Davis, St. Petersburg, commissioned January 6, 
1953 for term of four years. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit 

Murray Sams, DeLand, commissioned January 6, 1953 for 
term of four years. Retired and Resigned November 1, 1956 
and William W. Judge, Daytona Beach, commissioned Novem- 
ber 13, 1956 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 
1957. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit 

T. E. Duncan, Ganesville, commissioned January 6, 1953 for 
term of four years. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit 

Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee, commissioned January 6, 
1953 for term of four years. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit 

Gunter Stephenson, Winter Haven, commissioned January 
6, 1953 for term of four years. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit 

George A. Brautigam, Miami, commissioned January 6, 1953 
for term of four years. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit 

William M. Smiley, Bradenton, commissioned January 6, 
1953 for term of four years. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit 

James M. McEwen, Tampa, commissioned January 6, 1953 
for term of four years. 



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Fourteenth Judicial Circuit 

J. Frank Adams, Blountstown, commissioned January 6, 
1953 for term of four years. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit 

Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach, commissioned January 6, 
1953 for term of four years. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit 

J. Lancelot Lester, Key West, commissioned January 6, 1953 
for term of four years. 

ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEYS 
First Judicial Circuit 

Charles A. Wade, Crestview, term expired July 7, 1955; 
Erwin Fleet, Fort Walton, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned July 7, 1955 until July 7, 1959. 
Second Judicial Circuit 

Harry Morrison, Tallahassee, term expired November 5, 
1956; recommissioned November 5, 1956 until next Senate. 

Third Judicial Circuit 

O. O. Edwards, Cross City, term expired July 31, 1955; con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 31, 1955 until 
July 31, 1959. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit 

Nathan Schevitz, Jacksonville, commissioned June 12, 1953 
until January 8, 1957. 

Richard C. Gordie, Green Cove Springs, commissioned June 
12, 1953 until January 8, 1957. 

Thomas J. Shave, Fernandina, commissioned June 24, 1953 
until January 8, 1957. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit 

Z. D. Giles, Leesburg, term expired July 31, 1955, resigned 
March 2, 1955. 

John W. McCormick, Mount Dora, commissioned March 8, 
1955 until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned July 31, 1955 until July 31, 1959. 



34 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sixth Judicial Circuit 

Sam Y. AUgood, Jr., New Port Richey, term expired July 
31, 1955, recommissioned August 1, 1955 until the new Senate, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 6, 1956. 
until July 31, 1959. 

A. T. Cooper, Jr., Clearwater, commissioned June 12, 1953 
until July 24, 1955, resigned January 17, 1955. 

Robert R. Tench, Clearwater, commissioned January 25, 
1955 until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned June 1, 1955 until July 24, 1955, confirmed by the 
Senate and recommissioned July 24, 1955 until July 24, 1959. 

Seventh Judicial Circuit 

Julian C. Calhoun, Palatka, term expired July 31, 1955. 

Frank G. Howatt, St. Augustine, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned July 31, 1955 until July 31, 1959. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit 

Joe Hill Williams, Starke, term expired July 31, 1955, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 31, 1955 until 
July 31, 1959. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit 

Thad H. Carlton, Fort Pierce, term expired July 31, 1955. 

Charles R. P. Brown, Fort Pierce, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned July 31, 1955 until July 31, 1959. 

Hubert E. Griggs, Cocoa, commissioned for term ending July 
31, 1955, suspended April 4, 1955. 

Volie A. Williams, Jr., Sanford, commissioned December 1, 
1955 until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned August 3, 1956 until July 31, 1959. 

Teiith Judicial Circuit 

L. Grady Burton, Wauchula, term expired July 31, 1955. 

Joseph O. Macbeth, Sebring, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned July 31, 1955 until July 31, 1959. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit 

Eugene A. Williams, Miami, commissioned June 12, 1953 until 
January 8, 1957, resigned July 31, 1955. 

Hughlan Long, Miami, commissioned July 22, 1953 until next 
Senate, resigned January 15, 1955, recommissioned January 19, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 35 

1955 until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned June 17, 1955 until January 8, 1957, resigned March 
21, 1956. 

Adele Segall Faske, Miami, commissioned July 20, 1953 until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
June 30, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 

Harry L. Durant, Miami, resigned January 15, 1955. 

Joseph E. Price, Miami, resigned January 15, 1955. 

William Meadows, Jr., commissioned January 21, 1955 until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
17, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 

Paul A, Louis, Miami, commissioned January 20, 1955 until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
June 15, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 

John S. Lloyd, Miami, commissioned June 29, 1955 until 
January 8, 1957, resigned March 15, 1956. 

Thomas N. Balikes, Miami, commissioned August 3, 1955 
until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned September 6, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

Donald G. MacKenzie, Miami, commissioned July 29, 1955 
until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
September 17, 1956 until January 8, 1957, resigned October 
20, 1956. 

Henry H. Arrington, Miami, commissioned October 7, 1955 
until next Senate, suspended March 21, 1956. 

Edward P. Swan, Miami, commissioned April 27, 1956 until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
September 10, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

Max B. Kogen, Miami Beach, commissioned April 27, 1956 
until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
September 17, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

Anthony J. Hosemann, Jr., Miami, commissioned July 16, 

1956 during suspension of Henry H. Arrington, confirmed by 
the Senate and recommissioned August 13, 1956 until January 
8, 1957. 

John W. Achor, Miami, commissioned November 7, 1956 
until January 8, 1957. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit 

E. M. Magaha, Fort Myers, term expired July 31, 1955. 



36 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Frank B. Watson, Jr., commissioned August 1, 1955 until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
August 6, 1956 until July 31, 1959. 

Lynn N. Silvertooth, Sarasota, term expired July 31, 1955. 
Resigned June 9, 1955. 

William H. Stockham, Sarasota, commissioned June 9, 1955 
until July 31, 1955, confirmed by the Senate and recommis- 
sioned July 31, 1955 until July 31, 1959. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit 

J. Frank Umstot, Tampa, term expired July 31, 1955. 

Ralph L. Rousseau, Jr., Tampa, commissioned August 1, 
1955 until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned August 3, 1956 until July 31, 1959. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit 

Larry G. Smith, Panama City, term expired July 31, 1955, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 31, 1955 
until July 31, 1959. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit 

Frank S. Cannova, Hollywood, term expired July 31, 1955. 

Quentin V. Long, Hallandale, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned July 31, 1955 until July 31, 1959. 
Sixteenth Judicial Circuit — None. 

OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS 
(Commissioned during Pleasure of the Governor) 

First Judicial Circuit — Robert E. Sayner, Pensacola; Mrs. 
Weba Paul, DeFuniak Springs. 

Second Judicial Circuit — Frances Thigpen, Tallahassee; 
Esther K. Brahaney, Tallahassee. 

Third Judicial Circuit — Wm. McChesney, Madison; Mrs. 
Connie Luebke, Lake City. 

Fourth Judicial Circuit — Sam Rosenfeld, Jacksonville, re- 
signed January 30, 1956; Raleigh C. Dowling, Jr., Jacksonville; 
Cecil K. Noel, Jr., Jacksonville. 

Fifth Judicial Circuit — Elva Crumpton, Ocala; Alan H. Ham- 
lin, Tavares. 

Sixth Judicial Circuit — Maude B. Clingan, St. Petersburg. 



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Seventh Judicial Circuit — Gail S. Lynch, DeLand; George 

B. Newton, St. Augustine. 

Eighth Judicial Circuit — Evelyn Higgs, Gainesville. 

Ninth Judicial Circuit — Jessie D. Kleinman, Titusville, re- 
tired Dec. 31, 1955; Gray Brewer, Titusville; Clifford M. 
Gaffney, Fort Pierce; Mrs. M. Bama Conner, Orlando; Mau- 
rice J. Gelder, Orlando. 

Tenth Judicial Circuit — Marilyn Cleveland Langford, Lake- 
land; Holland A. Kelley, Bartow; Mrs. Rosie Sclafani, Lake- 
land. 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit — Jack W. Mallicoat, Miami. 

Twelfth Judicial Circuit — Barney Schultz, Fort Myers; 
Donald D. Bell, Bradenton. 

Thirteenth Judicial Circuit — James G. Nesbit, Tampa. 

Fourteenth Judicial Circuit — Zola B. Folkes, Panama City; 
Mrs. Nellie Heath, Marianna. 

Fifteenth Judicial Circuit — J. W. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale; 

C. E. Jones, West Palm Beach. 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit — Mrs. Louisa D. Parks, Key West. 

COURT REPORTERS— CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 
DADE COUNTY 

John F. Dwyer, Miami; Jessie Axton, Miami; Louise Pencke, 
Miami. 

COURT REPORTER— CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 
BROWARD COUNTY 
Marguerite Klingmeyer, Fort Lauderdale. 

COURT REPORTER— CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 
Mrs. Virginia Toffaletti, Tampa. 

COURT REPORTER, COURT OF RECORD 
ESCAMBIA COUNTY 
Lucius B. Stearns, Pensacola. 

JUDGES CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 
Dade — David J. Heffernan, Miami, term expires January 



38 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

15, 1958. Norman Hendry, Miami, term expires August 5, 
1957. John C. Wynn, Miami, term expired July 11, 1955, and 
J. Tillman Pearson, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned July 11, 1955, until July 11, 1959. John R. 
Blanton, Miami, commissioned July 28, 1955, until July 28, 
1959. 

Duval — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville, term expires May 5, 
1957. 

JUDGE CIVIL AND CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 
PINELLAS COUNTY 

Leon Whitehurst, Jr., Clearwater, commissioned December 
20, 1954, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 
1957. 

JUDGES COURT OF CRIMES 
Broward — Thomas F. Tompkins, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, com- 
missioned July 1, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Mon- 
day in January 1957. 

Dade — Ray H. Pearson, Miami, resigned January 9, 1956, 
and George E. Schulz, Miami Springs, commissioned Novem- 
ber 1, 1956, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 
1957. 

Dade — Eugene A. Williams, Miami, commissioned July 28, 
1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

JUDGES JUVENILE COURT 

Broward — Dorr S. Davis, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Dade — Walter H. Beckham, Miami, term expires July 3, 
1957. W. R. Culbreath, Miami, commissioned June 29, 1955, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Duval — Marion W. Gooding, Jacksonville, term expired Au- 
gust 18, 1955, and recommissioned November 4, 1955, until 
August 18, 1959. 

Hillsborough — O. D. Howell, Tampa, term expired July 31, 
1955, recommissioned August 8, 1955, until July 31, 1959. 

Monroe — Mrs. Eva Warner Gibson, Key West, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 39 

Orange — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer, Orlando, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Pinellas — William G. Gardiner, St. Petersburg, term ex- 
pired June 21, 1955, and Charles O. Parks, Jr., St. Peters- 
burg, commissioned June 2, 1955, until June 21, 1959. 

Polk — G. Bowden Hunt, Bartow, term expires October 1, 
1958. 

JUDGES CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Broward — W. T. Kennedy, Fort Lauderdale; term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Dade — Ben C. Willard, Miami, term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1957. 

Duval — Wm. T. Harvey, Jacksonville, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Hillsborough — L. A. Grayson, Tampa, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Monroe — Thos. S. Caro, Key West; term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Orange — W. M. Murphy, Orlando, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Palm Beach — Edw. G. Newell, West Palm Beach, term ex- 
pires first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. Hugh 
MacMillan, West Palm Beach, commissioned November 26, 
1956, until December 31, 1958. 

Polk — R. H. Amidon, Lakeland, term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1957. 

JUDGE ESCAMBIA COUNTY COURT OF RECORD 

Pensacola — Kirke M. Beall, term expires first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1957. Ernest E. Mason, term expired 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

JUDGES SMALL CLAIMS COURTS 
Counties 

Alachua — T. Allen Crouch, Gainesville, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Bay — D. C. Suggs, Panama City, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 



40 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Brevard — Samuel A. Harper, Cocoa, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Broward — Charles F. Goggin, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

Clay — J. C. Sapp, Green Cove Springs, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Collier — Walter G. Sorokoty, Naples, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1959. 

Columbia — Milo I. Thomas, Jr., Lake City, commissioned 
November 21, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1957. 

Dade — Raymond G. Nathan, Miami, commissioned January 
4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 
1959. Sidney L. Segall, Miami, commissioned August 26, 
1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Duval — J. Henry Taylor, Jacksonville, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1959. 

Escambia — C. Hobart Villar, Pensacola, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957, resigned No- 
vember 15, 1956, and Wm. H. Anderson, Pensacola, commis- 
sioned November 21, 1956, until January 1, 1957. 

Flagler — W. L. Wadsworth, Bunnell, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Gilchrist — Miller Lang, Trenton, term expired August 6, 
1955, recommissioned August 10, 1955, until August 6, 1957. 

Gulf — B. B. Conklin, Wewahitchka, commissioned June 30, 
1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

Hendry — Selden L. Stewart, Labelle, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1959. 

Highlands — Ralph M. Clements, Sebring, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957, resigned Sep- 
tember 7, 1955, and David F. Lanier, Sebring, commissioned 
September 13, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1957. 

Indian River — J. Pasco Woods, Vero Beach, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 41 

Jackson — W. A. Smith, Marianna, term expires January 1, 
1957. 

Jefferson — B. J. Hamrick, Monticello, term expired first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1955, recommissioned 
March 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1957. 

Lake — C. Welborn Daniel, Leesburg, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957, resigned Octo- 
ber 1, 1956, and Robert E. Pierce, Leesburg, commissioned 
October 4, 1956, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1957. 

Lee — Charles M. Roberts, Ft. Myers, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Leon — Harry H. Mitchell, Tallahassee, term expired Oc- 
tober 8, 1955, recommissioned December 9, 1955, until October 
8, 1957. 

Levy — G. C. Perdue, Bronson, term expires August 6, 1957 

Madison — J. Pope Cheney, Madison, resigned June 1, 1955 
and Mrs. Alice C. Williams, Madison, commissioned June 24 
1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957 

Marion — E. G. Musleh, Ocala, term expired November 8 
1955, and A. G. Pattillo, Jr., Ocala, commissioned November 8 
1955, until November 8, 1957. 

.Martin — Theodore C. Houk, Stuart, commissioned January 
4-, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 
1959. 

Monroe — Paul E. Esquinaldo, Key West, commissioned De- 
cember 10, 1956, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1959. 

Nassau — E. V. Garcia, Fernandina Beach, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Okaloosa — A. B. Robinson, Crestview, term expired first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1955, resigned October 
14, 1955, and Harry Booth, Crestview, commissioned October 
25, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 
1957. 

Okeechobee — G. E. Bryant, Jr., Okeechobee, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 



42 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Orange — Sylvan McElroy, Orlando, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Osceola — Edward Brinson, St. Cloud, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1957. 

Palm Beach — F. A. Currie, West Palm Beach, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Pasco — T. H. Getzen, commissioned October 26, 1955, until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Putnam — Edward L. Bush, Palatka, term expires August 
1, 1955, recommissioned August 6, 1956, until August 1, 1957. 

St. Johns — Robert A. Andreu, Jr., St. Augustine, term ex- 
pires first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

St. Lucie — Walter M. Rogers, Fort Pierce, commissioned 
January 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1959. 

Sarasota — C. J. Wiersteiner, Sarasota, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Seminole — Frank Miller, Sanford, term expired August 20, 
1955, recommissioned August 22, 1955, until August 20, 1957. 

Sumter — Pat Kelley, Wildwood, term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1957. 

Taylor — J. F. McCall, Perry, term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1957. 

Volusia — James T. Nelson, Daytona Beach, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Wakulla — George L. Harper, Crawfordville, term expired 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1955, resigned 
April 9, 1956. 

Walton — Emery Campbell, DeFuniak Springs, commission- 
ed January 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1959. 

CLERKS CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 
Broward — W. E. Bunch, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, term expires 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Dade — W. Cecil Watson, Miami, resigned Februarji 28, 1955 

and J. F. McCracken, Miami, commissioned February 28, 1955 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 
Duval — Kathleen L. Hartley, Jacksonville, term expires first 

Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 43 

Hillsborough — L. D. Simmons, Tampa, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

Monroe — Harry Dongo, Key West, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Orange — Charles E. Limpus, Orlando, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Palm Beach — J. Louie Carter, West Palm Beach, term ex- 
pires first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

Polk — Robert J. Haslett, Bartow, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January, 1957. 

Escambia — Clerk, Court of Record: George Trawick, Pen- 
sacola, term expires first Tuesday after the first Monday in 
January, 1957. 



SOLICITORS CRIMINAL COURTS OF RECORD 

Broward — Emerson Allsworth, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Dade — John D. Marsh, Miami, resigned November 1, 1956, 
and A. C. Dressier, Miami, commissioned November 1, 1956, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Duval — Harry H. Martin, Jacksonville, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Hillsborough — Paul B. Johnson, Tampa, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Monroe — Allan B. Cleare, Jr., Key West, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Orange — Richard H. Cooper, Orlando, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Palm Beach — T. Harold Williams, West Palm Beach, re- 
signed November 14, 1955, and Charles A. Nugent, Jr., West 
Palm Beach, commissioned November 21, 1955, until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Polk — Clifton M. Kelly, Lakeland, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Solicitor Court of Record Escambia County — John L. Reese, 
Pensacola, term expired August 18, 1955, confirmed by the 
Senate and recommissioned for term ending August 18, 1959. 



44 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS 

Counties 

Alachua — Osee R. Fagan, Gainesville, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Charlotte — Edward L. Gerson, Punta Gorda, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

DeSoto — William W. Dishong, Arcadia, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Gadsden — William D. Doss, Quincy, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Hardee — Latimer C. Farr, Wauchula, term expires Jan- 
uary 2, 1957. 

Indian River — D. C. Smith, Vero Beach, term expires Jan- 
uary 8, 1957. 

Jefferson — Henry C. Hamilton, Monticello, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Lee — Frank Pavese, Ft. Myers, term expires first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1957. 

Leon — Clinton N. Ashmore, Jr., Tallahassee, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Levy — J. Frank West, Bronson, commissioned January 4, 
1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Madison — Ernest M. Page, Jr., Madison, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Manatee — Warren M. Goodrich, Bradenton, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Martin — T. T. Oughterson, Stuart, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Okeechobee — G. C. Durrance, Okeechobee, term expires 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Osceola — Philip R. Kelley, Kissimmee, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1957. 

Pasco — Gene H. Auvil, Dade City, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Pinellas — Emerson L. Parker, Clearwater, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

St. Lucie — B. S. Bittan, Jr., Fort Pierce, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 45 

Sarasota — Lamar B. Dozier, Sarasota, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Seminole — Karlyle Housholder, Sanford, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Sumter — James W. West, Bushnell, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

COUNTY ATTORNEYS 
Counties 

Charlotte — Earl D. Farr, Punta Gorda, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Columbia — W. Joe Ferguson, Lake City, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

Hardee — John Savage, Wauchula, Atty. Bd. Public Instruc- 
tion, resigned March 12, 1956, and John J. Nedza, Wauchula, 
commissioned March 3, 1956, until first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1957. Hoyt Carlton, Wauchula, Atty. Bd. 
County Commissioners, term expires first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1957. 

Hendry — Harry P. Johnson, Clewiston, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

Jackson — Clyde Mayhall, Marianna, term expires first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1957. 

Okaloosa — Clyde Campbell, Crestview, term expires first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Santa Rosa — W. D. (Bill) Robertson, Milton, commissioned 
May 16, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1957. 



46 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE SENATORAL DISTRICTS 

Redistricted 1945 

Federal Census 1950 

Districts Populatio7i 

First — Okaloosa and Santa Rosa Counties 46,087 

Second — Escambia County 112,706 

Third— Holmes and Walton Counties 28,713 

Fourth — Jackson County 34,645 

Fifth — Franklin, Liberty, and Wakulla Counties .... 14,254 

Sixth — Gadsden County 36,457 

Seventh— Polk County 123,997 

Eighth— Leon County 51,590 

Ninth — Citrus and Hernando Counties 12,804 

Tenth— Madison and Taylor Counties 24,613 

Eleventh— Pinellas County 159,249 

Twelfth — Indian River, Martin, and St. Lucie 

Counties 39,859 

Thirteenth— Dade County 495,084 

Fourteenth — Columbia County 18,216 

Fifteenth — Bradford and Union Counties 20,363 

Sixteenth — Nassau County 12,811 

Seventeenth — Hamilton, Lafayette, and Suwannee 

Counties 29,407 

Eighteenth— Duval County 304,029 

Nineteenth — Orange County 114,950 

Twentieth— Marion County 38,187 

Twenty-first — Dixie, Gilchrist, and Levy Counties , . 18,064 

Twenty-second — Jefferson County 10,413 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 47 

Twenty-third— Lake County 36,340 

Twenty-fourth — CoUier, Hendry, Lee, and Monroe 

Counties 65,900 

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

Counties 69,959 

Twenty-sixth — Putnam County 23,615 

Twenty-seventh — DeSoto, Glades, Hardee, and 

Highlands Counties 35,150 

Twenty-eighth— Volusia County 74,229 

Twenty-ninth — Baker and Clay Counties 20,636 

Thirtieth— Broward County 83,933 

Thirty-first— Flagler and St. Johns Counties 28,365 

Thirty-second — Alachua County 57,026 

Thirty-third — Okeechobee and Osceola Counties .... 14,860 

Thirty-fourth— Hillsborough County 249,894 

Thirty-fifth— Palm Beach County 114,688 

Thirty-sixth — Charlotte, Manatee, and Sarasota 

Counties 67,817 

Thirty-seventh — Brevard and Seminole Counties . . . 50,536 

Thirty-eighth — Pasco and Sumter Counties 31,859 

Total 2,771,305 



48 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE SENATORS— 1955 

District Name and Address 

* 1 Woodrow M. Melvin, Milton 

** 2 Philip D. Beall, Florida National Bank Building, Pensacola 

* 3 H. B. Douglas, Bonifay 

** 4 John Rawls, Citizens State Bank Building Marianna 

* 5 C. H. Bourke Floyd, Apalachicola 
*" 6 Dewey M. Johnson, Quincy 

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

** 8 Wilson Carraway, Tallahassee State Bank & Trust Co., 
Tallahassee 

* 9 James E. (Nick) Connor, Inverness 
** 10 W. T. Davis, Madison 

* 11 J. Frank Houghton, 401 Florida Theatre Building, St. Peters- 

burg 
** 12 Merrill P. Barber, Indian River Citrus Bank, Vero Beach 

* 13 R. B. "Bunn" Gautier, 1539 duPont Building, Miami 

** 14 J. O. (Jack) Phillips, Box 948, Lake City— (deceased)— W.E. 
Bishop, P. O. Box 367, Lake City, elected special election 
May 29, 1956 

* 15 Charley E. Johns, Starke 

** 16 Harry O. Stratton, Route 1, Callahan 

* 17 J. Graham Black, Jasper 

** 18 Fletcher Morgan, 45 West Bay Street, Jacksonville 

* 19 J. B. Rodgers, Jr., 227 North Main Street, Orlando 
** 20 L. K. Edwards, Jr., Irvine 

* 21 W. Randolph Hodges, Cedar Key 
** 22 S. D. Clarke, Monticello 

* 23 J. Ed. Baker, Umatilla 

** 24 William R. Neblett, 415 Francis Street, Key West 

* 25 George G. Tapper, Port St. Joe 
** 26 B. C. Pearce, Palatka 

* 27 Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., Wauchula 

** 28 E. William Gautier, 1200 Magnolia Street, New Smyrna 
Beach 

* 29 Edwin G. Fraser, Macclenny 

** 30 Ted Cabot, 309 First Federal Building, Ft. Lauderdale 

* 31 Verle A. Pope, P. O. Box 519, St. Augustine 

** 32 W. A. Shands, 207 N. E. 9th Avenue, Gainesville 

* 33 Irlo Bronson, Kissimmee 

♦* 34 Paul Kickliter, 5011/2 Franklin Street, Tampa 

* 35 Russell O. Morrow, 910 Comeau Building, West Palm Beach 

— resigned — Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., 3020 Vincent Rd., West 
Palm Beach, elected special election. May 29, 1956 
«=* 36 Joe Bill Rood, 2322 7th Avenue, West Bradenton 

* 37 Douglas Stenstrom, Sanford 
** 38 J. C. Getzen, Jr., Bushnell 



Holdovers 
Elected 1954 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



49 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— 1955 

County Name and Address 



Alachua 

Baker 
Bay 



Bradford 
Brevard 

Broward 



Group 1 
Group 2 

Group 1 

Group 2 

Group 1 
Group 2 
Group 1 

Group 2 



Calhoun 






Charlotte 






Citrus 






Clay 






Collier 






Columbia 






Dade 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 




Group 


3 


DeSoto 






Dixie 






Duval 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 




Group 


3 


Escambia 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 


Flagler 






Franklin 






Gadsden 


Group 


1 




Group 


2 



Ralph D. Turlington, 223 West University 
Avenue, Gainesville 

J. Emory (Red) Cross, P. O. Box 411, 
Gainesville 

John J. Crews, Jr., P. O. Box 264, Mac- 
clenny 

Frank M. Allen, 342 South Palo Alto, Pan- 
ama City 

J. C. Bodiford, P. O. Box 1022, Panama City 

Doyle E. Conner, Starke 

A. Max Brewer, Titusville 

O. L. Burton, Eau Gallie 

Andrew J. Musselman, Jr., 412 N.E. 18th 
Avenue, Pompano Beach 

Thomas E. (Ted) David, 2206 Funston St., 
Hollywood 

Marion B. Knight, Blountstown 

John M. Hathaway, Box 638, Punta Gorda 

Harry H. Gleaton, Inverness 

S. D. (Sam) Saunders, Middleburg 

David C. Jones, Jr., 796, Naples 

W. E. Bishop, Lake City (resigned). B. D. 
Williams, 1160 East Dade Street, Lake 
City, elected special election May 29, 1956 

George S. Okell, 902 Biscayne Building, 
Miami 

John B. Orr, Jr., 3538 Crystal Court, Coco- 
nut Grove 

W. C. (Cliff) Herrell, 173 Navarre Drive. 
Miami Springs 

S. C. Smith, Arcadia 

Hal Chaires, Oldtown 

Lacy Mahon, Jr., 702 Graham Building, 
Jacksonville 

Harry W. Westberry, 152 Tallulah Avenue, 
Jacksonville 

William H. (Bill) Maness, 704 Florida The- 
atre Building, Jacksonville 

J. B. Hopkins, Kennedy Building Pensacola 

Webb C. Jernigan, P. O. Box 584, Pensacola 

H. T. Cook, Bunnell 

Mrs. Bryant Patton, Apalachicola 

W. M. Inman, Quincy 

C. Fred Arrington, Havana 



50 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— 1955 

County Name and Address 

Howell Lancaster, Trenton 

J. H. Peeples, Jr., Venus 

Cecil G. Costin, Jr., Port St. Joe 

J. W. McAlpin, White Springs 

G. W. (Dick) Williams, Wauchula 

Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston 

Jacob W. Varn, Brooksville 

Howard Livingston, Box 246, Sebring 

James S. Moody, Plant City 

Tom Johnson, 416 Tampa Street, Tampa 

Sam M. Gibbons, 918 First National Bank 

Building, Tampa 
Harvie J. Belser, Bonifay 
Sherman N. Smith, Jr., 1601 20th Street, 

Vero Beach 
Hugh Dukes, Cottondale 
John S. Shipp, Jr., 525 North Russ Street, 

Marianna 
Prentice P. Pruitt, Monticello 
Homer T. Putnal, Mayo 
J. A. (Tar) Boyd, Leesburg 
Carl E. Duncan, Tavares 
W. H. Carmine, Jr., P. O. Box 228, Fort 

Myers 
Walter O. Sheppard, 1927 Cordova Ave- 
nue, Fort Myers 
Mallory E. Home, P. O. Box 725, Talla- 
hassee 
Kenneth Ballinger, Center Building, Talla- 
hassee 
Frank Marshburn, Box 69, Bronson 
J. S. (Red) Alexander, Bristol 
E. B. (Shorty) Jones, Greenville 
William C. Grimes, Palmetto 
J. E. Pratt, 717 21st Street, W. Bradenton 
C. Farris Bryant, P. O. Box 563, Ocala 
William V. Chappell, Jr., 4 South Magnolia 

Street, Ocala 
Marvin H. Rowell, Stuart 
Bernie C. Papy, Key West 
James P. Page, Jr., Fernandina Beach 
Charles D. Stewart, P. O. Box 643, Ft. Wal- 
ton Beach 
Nathan Zelmenovitz, Okeechobee 



Gilchrist 




Glades 




Gulf 




Hamilton 




Hardee 




Hendry 




Hernando 




Highlands 




Hillsborough 


Group 1 




Group 2 




Group 3 


Holmes 




Indian River 




Jackson 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Jefferson 




Lafayette 




Lake 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Lee 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Leon 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Levy 




Liberty 




Madison 




Manatee 


Group 1 




Group 2 


Marion 


Group 1 




Group 2 



Martin 
Monroe 
Nassau 
Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



51 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— 1955 

County Name and Address 

Orange Group 1 Heniy W. Land, Apopka 

Group 2 William C. Coleman, Jr., 1500 Woodland, 
Orlando 
Osceola J. J. Griffin, Jr., 435 Florida Avenue, St. 

Cloud 
Palm Beach Group 1 Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., 321 Palmetto Road, 

West Palm Beach (resigned). Ralph J. 

Blank, Jr., 321 Pan-American Building, 

West Palm Beach, elected special election 

May 29, 1956 

Group 2 Emmett S. Roberts, P. O. Box 488 Belle 

Glade 

Pasco J. R. A. Williams, P. O. Box 911, Dade City 

Pinellas Group 1 Fred C. Petersen, 201 4th Avenue, S., St. 

Petersburg 
Group 2 Charles R. Johnson, Jr., 1450 Coral Way, 

S., St. Petersburg 
Group 3 B. E. Shaffer, Route 2, Box 568, Clearwater 
Polk Group 1 Roy Surles, P. O. Box 1375, Lakeland 

Group 2 Boone D. Tillett, Jr., Lake Wales 
Group 3 Perry E. Murray, Frostproof (deceased). 
Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., Box 368, Frostproof 
elected special election May 29, 1956. 
Putnam James N. (Gator) Beck, Palatka 

St. Johns Group 1 F. Charles Usina, P. O. Box 177, St. Au- 

gustine 
Group 2 (Sonny) Nathan I. Weinstein, 161 V2 St. 
George Street, St. Augustine 
St. Lucie Lawrence L. King, 28 Florida Bank Bldg., 

Ft. Pierce 
Santa Rosa John S. Pittman, Box 206, Jay 

Sarasota Group 1 George E. Youngberg, Sr., Castle Road, 

Venice 
Group 2 Henry S. Bartholomew, P. O. Box 648. 
Sarasota 
Seminole Group 1 Mack N. Cleveland, Jr., Atlantic National 

Bank Building, Sanford 
Group 2 Volie A. Williams, Jr., Sanford (resigned). 
Gordon V. Frederick, 204 N. Park, San- 
ford elected special election May 29, 
1956 
Sumter Evan A. (Billy) Merritt, Jr., P. O. Box 41, 

Sumterville 
Suwannee Houston W. Roberts, Live Oak 



52 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES— 1955 

County Name and Address 



Taylor 
Union 
Volusia 



Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



G. Fred Andrews, Lake Butler 
O. W. Jones, Perry 
Group 1 Thomas T. Cobb, 219 Magnolia Avenue, 

Daytona Beach 
Group 2 James H. Sweeny, Jr., 302 South Spring 
Garden Avenue, DeLand 
Z. Wallenstein Revelle, Panacea 
Thos. D. (Tom) Beasley, DeFuniak Springs 
Jeff Webb, P. O. Box 66, Chipley (re- 
signed). Sam Mitchell, Vernon, elected 
special election May 29, 1956 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 

COUNTIES OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



53 



Showing number of Representatives from each county and population of 
each county according to the 1950 Federal Census. Total for State 2,771,305. 
Reapportioned Chapter 31378, Acts of 1955. 



County 



Alachua .... 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford .... 
Brevard .... 
Broward. . . . 
Calhoun .... 
Charlotte . . . 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia . . . 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia . . . 

Flagler 

Franklin. . . . 
Gadsden. . . . 
Gilchrist. . . . 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton . . . 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando . . . 
Highlands. . . 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson .... 
Lafayette . . . 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 



County Seat 



Gainesville 

Macclenny 

Panama City 

Starke 

Titusville 

Fort Lauderdale. . . 

Blountstown 

Punta Gorda 

Inverness 

Green Cove Springs 

Everglades 

Lake City 

Miami 

Arcadia 

Cross City 

Jacksonville 

Pensacola 

Bunnell 

Apalachicola 

Quinc}^ 

Trenton 

Moore Haven 

Wewahitchka 

Jasper 

Wauchula 

LaBelle 

Brooksville 

Sebring 

Tampa 

Bonifay 

Vero Beach 

Marianna 

Monticello 

Mayo 

Tavares 

Fort Myers 

Tallahassee 



Number of 
Represen- 
tatives 



Population 



57 

6 

42 

11 

23 

83 

7 

4 

6 

14 

6 

18 

495 

9 

3 

304 

112 

3 

5 

36 

3 

2 

7 

8 

10 

6 

6 

13 

249 

13 

11 

34 

10 

3 

36 

23 

51 



,026 
,313 
,689 
,457 
,653 
,933 
,922 
,286 
,111 
,323 
,488 
,216 
,084 
,242 
,928 
,029 
,706 
,367 
,814 
,457 
,499 
,199 
,460 
,981 
,073 
,051 
,693 
,636 
,894 
,988 
,872 
,645 
,413 
,440 
,340 
,404 
,590 



54 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTIES OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA— (Cont'd) 



County 



County Seat 



Number of 
Represen- 
tatives 



Population 



Levy 

Liberty 

Madison . . . . 
Manatee. . . . 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa. . . . 
Okeechobee . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach. 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns . . . 
St. Lucie. . . . 
Santa Rosa. 
Sarasota . . . . 
Seminole . . . . 

Sumter 

Suwannee. . . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla ... 

Walton 

Washington . 

Totals , 



Bronson 

Bristol 

Madison 

Bradenton 

Ocala 

Stuart 

Key West 

Fernandina 

Crestview 

Okeechobee 

Orlando 

Kissimmee 

West Palm Beach. 

Dade City 

Clearwater 

Bartow 

Palatka 

St. Augustine .... 

Fort Pierce 

Milton 

Sarasota 

Sanford 

Bushnell 

Live Oak 

Perry 

Lake Butler 

Deland 

Crawford ville .... 
DeFuniak Springs. 
Chipley 



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

95 



10,637 

3,182 
14,197 
34,704 
38,187 

7,807 
29,957 
12,811 
27,533 

3,454 

114,950 

11,406 

114,688 

20,529 

159,249 

123,997 

23,615 

24,998 

20,180 

18,554 

28,827 

26,883 

11,330 

16,986 

10,416 

8,906 
74,229 

5,258 
14,725 
11,888 

2,771,305 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 55 

STATE EX-OFFICIO BOARDS AND 
COMMISSIONS 

1955-1957 

BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

AGRICULTURAL MARKETING BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

Neil M. Rhodes, State Marketing Commissioner 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

J. Ed Larson, Treasurer 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

STATE CANVASSING BOARD 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 
Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

CONSERVATION BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 



56 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF EDUCATION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

governor's CABINET ; 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

HOUSING BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD FIXING VALUES OF INVESTMENT SECURITIES 
AND TRUST COMPANIES 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 57 

Ray E. Green, Compti'oller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

LABOR BUSINESS AGENTS LICENSING BOARD 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

PERSONNEL BOARD FOR MERIT SYSTEM 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

BOARD OF PARDONS 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

BOARD OF PENSIONS (CONFEDERATE) 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

STATE PLANT BOARD 

S. Kendrick Guernsey, Jacksonville 
J. Lee Ballard, St. Petersburg 
Fred H. Kent, Jacksonville 
James J. Love, Quincy 
Hollis Rinehart, Miami 



58 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Ralph L. Miller, Plymouth 

James D. Camp, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale 

PURCHASING COUNCIL 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

R. A. Gray, Secretary of State 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, Treasurer 

Thomas D. Bailey, Superintendent of Public InstrucUou 

Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture 

Wilbur E. Jones, Chairman Road Board 

James T. Vocelle, Chairman State Industrial Commission 

A. D. Aldrich, Director of Game and Fresh Water Fish 

Commission 
W. T. Edwards, Chairman of the State Tuberculosis Board 
C. H. Coulter, State Forester 
J. Broward Culpepper, Executive Director of the State 

Board of Control 

SECURITIES COMMISSION 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 
J. Edwin Larson, Treasurer 
Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

BOARD FOR SUPERVISION AND REGULATION OF FORM OF 
BOND OF SURETY COMPANIES 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 

Richard W. Ervin, Attorney General 

Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer 

DIRECT TAX COMMISSION 

LeRoy Collins, Governor 
J. Edwin Larson, Treasurer 
Ray E. Green, Comptroller 

BOARD OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

LeRoy Collins, 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 59 

OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, SUPERVISORS, 

COMMISSIONERS, INSPECTORS, 

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY 

P. W. Fisher, Jacksonville, term expired August 26, 1955 
and R. Warner Ring, Miami, commissioned September 27, 

1955 until August 26, 1959. 

Charles C. Cooley, Jr., Orlando, term expired August 24, 

1956 and James D. A. Holley, Tallahassee, commissioned Au- 
gust 27, 1956 until August 24, 1960. 

Harry M. Turnburke, Clearwater, term expires August 17, 
1957. 

Robert M. Morgan, Miami, term expires August 19, 1957. 

George W. Dandelake, Jacksonville, term expires August 
25, 1958. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR THE REHABILITATION 
OF ALCOHOLICS 

Hugh Lalor, Opa Locka, term expires November 23, 1957. 

Thomas A. Sharpe, Jacksonville, term expired November 
23, 1956, recommissioned January 7, 1957 until November 23, 
1960. 

M. R. Clements, Tallahassee, term expires November 20, 
1957. 

T. F. Little, Daytona Beach, term expired November 24, 
1955 and Melvin J. Arnold, Winter Haven, commissioned 
December 27, 1956 until November 24, 1959. 

Dr. Fred B. McMullen, Clearwater, term expires November 
23, 1958. 

STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE 

Mellen C. Greeley, Jacksonville, term expired July 1, 1955 
and Morton T. Ironmonger, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned Au- 
gust 10, 1955 until July 1, 1959. 

Archie G. Parish, St. Petersburg, term expired July 1, 1955 
and recommissioned August 11, 1955 until July 1, 1959. 

Russell T. Pancoast, Miami Beach, term expired July 1, 
1955 and recommissioned August 10, 1955 until July 1, 1959. 

S. Ralph Fetner, Jacksonville, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Richard Boone Rogers, Orlando, term expires July 1, 1957.. 



60 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE AUDITOR 

Bryan Willis, Tallahassee, recommissioned August 3, 1955 
until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned August 2, 1956 until August 3, 1959. 

FLORIDA AVOCADO AND LIME COMMISSION 

Avocado and hime District One — 

Harold E. Kendall, Goulds, commissioned June 27, 1955 

for 2 years. 
J. Richard Brooks, Homestead, commissioned June 27, 1955 

for 2 years. 
Henry R. Pridgeon, Homestead, commissioned June 23, 1955 

for 2 years. 
Luther Chandler, Goulds, commissioned June 23, 1955 for 

2 years. 
David J. Light, Perrine, commissioned July 7, 1955 for 2 

years. 

Avocado and Lime District Two — 

Robert Cooper, Florence Villa, commissioned June 27, 1955 

for 2 years, resigned March 6, 1956 and John C. Hughey, 

Lutz, commissioned March 12, 1956 until June 27, 1957. 
Ivey E. Futch, Lake Placid, commissioned June 27, 1955 

for 2 years. 
G. F. Ward, Avon Park, commissioned June 24, 1955 for 

2 years. 
L. C. Stewart, Winter Haven, commissioned July 5, 1955 

for 2 years. 

barbers' SANITARY COMMISSION 

Joe L. Smith, Miami, removed March 10, 1955 and G. H. 
Ashmore, Miami, commissioned March 15, 1955, during re- 
moval of Joe L. Smith. G. H. Ashmore recommissioned Sep- 
tember 13, 1955 until June 18, 1959. 

A. L. Dickinson, Orlando, resigned March 10, 1955 and Jack 
E. Carter, Orlando, commissioned March 15, 1955 until June 
18, 1955, recommissioned July 25, 1955 until June 18, 1959. 

C. R. Rankin, resigned March 16, 1955 and S. J. McMillan, 
Quincy, commissioned March 16, 1955 until July 23, 1955; re- 
commissioned September 2, 1955 until July 23, 1959. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 61 

STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN THE BASIC SCIENCES 

Mary Noka Hood, Tallahassee, term expired September 12, 
1955, recommissioned September 30, 1955 until September 12, 
1959. 

M. W. Emmel, Gainesville, term expires September 9, 1957. 

Robert S. Bly, Lakeland, term expired September 10, 1955, 
recommissioned September 19, 1955 until September 10, 1959. 

E. Morton Miller, Carol Gabes, commissioned September 
28, 1956 until September 9, 1958. 

Paul A. Vestal, Winter Park, commissioned September 27, 
1956 until September 25, 1958. 

STATE BOARD OF BEAUTY CULTURE 

First District 
Audrea Walker, West Palm Beach, term expired Senate 
of 1955, and resigned April 1, 1955; Gladys Moore, Miami, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned May 26, 1955, 
until June 27, 1957. 

Second District 
Hazel D. Mason, Ormond Beach, term expired June 27, 
1955 and Hattie M. Thompson, Eustis, commissioned June 27, 

1955 until June 27, 1958. 

Third District 
Sue McCreary, Tallahassee, term expired June 27, 1956; 
Mrs. Myrtle M. Morris, Panama City, commissioned July 10, 

1956 until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and re- 
commissioned August 13, 1956 until June 27, 1959. 

DIRECTOR OF THE STATE BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT 

J. D. Williamson, Tallahassee, commissioned January 4, 1955 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1957. 

FLORIDA COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND 

W. Keith Phillips, Miami, term expired November 18, 1955 
and Julius L. Gresham, Daytona Beach, commissioned De- 
cember 19, 1955 until November 18, 1959. 

E. B. Brant, St. Petersburg, term expired November 18, 
1955 and recommissioned December 7, 1955 until November 
18, 1959. 



62 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Dudley B. Rawls, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires November 
21, 1957. 

Norman S. Stone, Tallahassee, commissioned January 3, 

1955 until November 21, 1957. 

William Catlin, Jacksonville, commissioned April 14, 1955 
until April 14, 1959. 

STATE BUDGET DIRECTOR 

Harry G. Smith, commissioned Feb. 27, 1953 during the 
pleasure of the Governor. 

GOVERNING BOARD OF THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA 
FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT 

F. Elgin Bay less, Sebring, resigned April 15, 1955 and W. B. 
"Dick" Makinson, Jr., Kissimmee, confirmed by the Senate 
and Commissioned June 13, 1955 until July 12, 1955, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned for a term ending 
July 12, 1958, resigned March 6, 1956 and Clarence L. Thacker, 
Kissimmee, commissioned March 15, 1956 until the next Sen- 
ate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 13, 

1956 until July 12, 1958. 

John E. Price, Kissimmee, term expired Senate 1955, and 
Brian K. McCarty, Fort Pierce, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 7, 1955 until July 12, 1956, confirmed by 
the Senate and recommissioned for a term ending July 12, 
1959. 

L. L. Chandler, Sr., Goulds, resigned April 15, 1955 and 
J. Abney Cox, Princeton, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 1, 1955 until July 12, 1957. 

Gene Moore, West Palm Beach, term expired Senate 1955, 
and W. H. Hitt, West Palm Beach, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 3, 1955 until July 12, 1957. 

W. B. Barron, LaBelle, term expired Senate 1955 and Da- 
vid G. Click, Clewiston, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 8, 1955 until July 11, 1955, confirmed by the 
Senate and recommissioned for a term ending July 11, 1958. 

STATE CHEMIST 

J. J. Taylor, Tallahassee, term expires August 4, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 63 

ASSISTANT STATE CHEMIST 

Nails Berryman, Tallahassee, term expired September 7, 
1955, recommissioned October 14, 1955 until September 7, 
1959. 

FLORIDA children's COMMISSION 

Mrs. H. J. McRoberts, Pensacola, term expired Sept. 9, 1955, 
recommissioned Oct. 5, 1955 until September 9, 1959. 

Arthur G. Dozier, Marianna, term expired September 8, 
1955, recommissioned September 28, 1955 until September 8, 
1959. 

Margaret C. Bristol, Tallahassee, term expired September 

15, 1955, recommissioned October 7, 1955 until September 15, 
1959. 

Jere L. Stambaugh, Sr., Auburndale, term expired Septem- 
ber 14, 1955, recommissioned December 16, 1955 until No- 
vember 14, 1959. 

Paul Leo Manning, St. Petersburg, term expired September 
21, 1955, and Jay C. Pridham, Palm Beach, commissioned 
February 20, 1956 until September 21, 1959. 

Ralph D. Newman, Tallahassee, term expires October 28, 
1958. 

Phil Opper, Orlando, term expires October 13, 1957. 

Earl W. Simmons, Plant City, term expires September 11, 
1957. 

Mrs. T. A. Snow, Gainesville, term expires September 25, 
1958. 

J. Clifford MacDonald resigned April 24, 1956 and DeForest 
Lavoy, Tampa, commisisoned June 18, 1956 until September 
25, 1958. 

Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, Miami Beach, term expires Sep- 
tember 17, 1957. 

James W. Middleton, Valparaiso, term expires September 

16, 1957. 

Mrs. Hamilton Hunt, Tampa, term expires September 19, 
1958. 

Mrs. Carl Swisher, Jacksonville, term expires October 6, 
1957. 

Mrs. Ellen Whiteside, Coral Gables, term expires Sep- 
tember 24, 1958. 



64 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Dr. Hugh A. Carithers, Jacksonville, commissioned Jan- 
uary 31, 1955 until April 1, 1957. 

Mrs. Irene L. Williams, St. Augustine, commissioned No- 
vember 4, 1955 until November 4, 1959. 

Herbert D. Williams, St. Petersburg, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 20, 1956 until February 20, 1960. 

Mrs. Clyde H. Johnson, Quincy, commissioned February 
20, 1956 until February 20, 1960. 

Edna S. Williams, Ormond Beach, commissioned March 7, 
1956 until March 7, 1960. 

STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS 

Dr. M. Marcus, Miami, term expired January 5, 1955 and 
Edward B. Hurd, Miami, commissioned April 6, 1955 until 
January 5, 1958. 

Heywood A. Dowling, Jacksonville, term expired January 
8, 1956 and recommissioned January 18, 1956 until January 
8, 1959. 

Scofield Lewy, Sarasota, term expires January 15, 1957. 

STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS 

Edward M. Saunders, Fort Myers, term expired July 10, 
1955 and recommissioned July 10, 1955 until July 10, 1958. 

D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee, term expired July 7, 1956, recom- 
missioned July 20, 1956 until July 7, 1959. 

Daniel K. Kirk, Jacksonville, term expires July 12, 1957. 

FLORIDA CITIZENS TAX COUNCIL 

State At Large 
Robert J. Pleus, Orlando, Chairman, commissioned Octo- 
ber 7, 1955 until June 30, 1957. 

First Congressional District 
Herbert S. Massey, Dade City, commissioned October 5, 
1955 until June 30, 1957. 

Second Congressional District 
D. H. Stynchcomb, Jacksonville, commissioned October 3, 
1955 until June 30, 1957. 

Third Congressional District 
Harvey D. Mathis, Panama City, commissioned October 3, 
1955 until June 30, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 65 

Fourth Congressional District 
C. L. Woods, Miami, commissioned October 17, 1955 until 
June 30, 1957. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Nash LeGette, Leesburg, commissioned October 5, 1955 un- 
til June 30, 1957, resigned March 26, 1956 and John L. Fahs, 
Leesburg, commissioned April 2, 1956 until June 30, 1957. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Thelma R. Turner, Dania, commissioned October 7, 1955 
until June 30, 1957. 

Seventh Congressional District 
Robert S. Baynard, Venice, commissioned October 10, 1955 
until June 30, 1957. 

Eighth Congressional District 

Alfred T. Airth, Live Oak, commissioned October 3, 1955 
until June 30, 1957. 

School Board Member — Robert E. Willis, Bradenton. 

County Commissioner Member — Jesse H. Yarborough, Mi- 
ami. 

Tax Assessor Member — John B. White, Bartow. 

Senator Member — B. C. Pearce, Palatka. 

House of Representatives Member — James S. Moody, Tampa. 

FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION 

District One 
Robert C. Wooten, Tampa, term expired May 31, 1955, re- 
commissioned June 1, 1955 until May 31, 1957 and resigned 
May 31, 1956. A Vernon Saurman, Clearwater, commissioned 
June 1, 1956 until May 31, 1957. 

District Two 
Alfred A. McKethan, Brooksville, term expired May 31, 
1956, resigned April 25, 1956. Nash LeGette, Leesburg, com- 
missioned June 1, 1956 until May 31, 1958. 

District Three 
Key Scales, Jr., Wiersdale, term expired May 31, 1955, re- 
commissioned June 1, 1955 until May 31, 1957. 



66 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District Four 
Frank Chase, Windemere, term expired May 31, 1956, re- 
commissioned June 19, 1956 until May 31, 1958. 

District Five 
O. C. Minton, Fort Pierce, term expired May 31, 1955, re- 
signed January 20, 1955. A. B. Michael, Wabasso, term ex- 
pired May 31, 1955. J. R. Graves, Vero Beach, commissioned 
June 1, 1955 until May 31, 1957. 

District Six 
John Paul Garber, Avon Park, term expired May 31, 1956, 
Herschell N. Sorrells, Arcadia, commissioned June 1, 1956 un- 
til May 31, 1958. 

District Seven 
John A. Snively, Jr., Winter Haven, term expired May 31, 
1955. Marvin H. Walker, Lake Wales, commissioned June 1, 

1955 until May 31, 1957. 

District Eight 
Tom B. Swann, Winter Haven, term expired May 31. 1955, 
recommissioned June 2, 1955 until May 31, 1957. 

State At Large 

L. F. Roper, Winter Garden, term expired May 31, 1955. 
Herschell N. Sorrells, Arcadia, commissioned June 3, 1955 un- 
til May 31, 1957 and resigned May 31, 1956 and J. Dan Wright, 
Jr., Sanford, commissioned June 1, 1956 until May 31, 1957. 

C. V. Griffin, Howey-In-The-Hills, term expired May 31, 

1956 and Bruce W. Skinner, Orlando, commissioned June 1, 
1956 until May 31, 1958. 

J. J. Parrish, Jr., Titusville, term expired May 31, 1956 
and Ross Bynum, Titusville, commissioned June 1, 1956 un- 
til May 31, 1958. 

H. E. Tooke, Jr., Sanford, term expired May 31, 1956 and 
Herbert S. Massey, Dade City, commissioned June 1, 1956 
until May 31, 1958. 

DIRECTOR OF THE STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION 

Ernest Mitts, Tallahassee, commissioned January 5, 1955 
until first Tuesday after the first Monday in January, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 67 

FLORIDA CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S COMMISSION 

First Congressional District 
William Steitz, Lakeland, term expired June 15, 1955, re- 
commissioned November 9, 1955 until June 15, 1959, deceased 
and Ed. R. Bentley, Lakeland, commissioned October 15, 
1956 until June 15, 1959. 

Second Congressional District 
Roy T. Lord, Jacksonville, term expired June 23, 1955 and 
Carter Hough, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned July 11, 1955 
until June 23, 1959. 

Third Congressional District 
Charles W. Smith, Pensacola, resigned January 31, 1955 and 
Marguerite P. Drummond, Bonifay, commissioned August 11, 
1955 until June 15, 1957. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Jack Bell, Miami, term expires June 16, 1957. 

Fifth Congressional District 
J. S. McEwan, Orlando, term expired June 18, 1955 and 
Fred Mathers, Orlando, commissioned Sept. 21, 1955 until 
June 18, 1959. 

STATE BOARD OF CONTROL 

State At Large 
Mrs. Jessie Ball Dupont, Jacksonville, term expired July 
1, 1955. S. Kendrick Guernsey, Jacksonville, commissioned 
July 25, 1955 until July 1, 1959. 

First Congressional District 
J. Lee Ballard, St. Petersburg, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Second Congressional District 
Fred H. Kent, Jacksonville, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Third Congressional District 
W. Glenn Miller, Monticello, term expired July 1, 1955. 
James J. Love, Quincy, commissioned July 20, 1955 until 
July 1, 1959. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Hollis Rinehart, Miami, term expired July 1, 1956, recom- 
missioned August 16, 1956 until July 1, 1960. 



68 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Fifth Congressional District 
Ralph L. Miller, Plymouth, term expires July 1, 1958. 

Sixth Congressional District 
R. H. Gore, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale, resigned October 24, 1956 
and James D. Camp, Sr., Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned No- 
vember 1, 1956 until July 1, 1958. 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR FLORIDA 

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico — Rafael A. Rivera-Cruz, Mi- 
ami, term expired September 22, 1956. 

State of New York— Willis F. Houghthng, Buffalo, N. Y., 
term expires September 30, 1958. 

State of New York — Charles Maran, Riverhead, N. Y., com- 
missioned October 28, 1955 until October 28, 1959. 

STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS 

A. W. Kellner, Hollywood, term expired February 1, 1956 
and Dr. F. F. Farver, Miami Beach, commissioned February 
20, 1956 until February 1, 1960. 

C. J. Masters, Jacksonville, commission expired February 
1, 1956 and R. P. Taylor, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 20, 1956 until February 1, 1960. 

Robert B. Hughlett, Tampa, term expired February 1, 1956, 
recommissioned February 20, 1956 until February 1, 1957. 

Dr. Richard Chace, Orlando, term expires February 1, 1958. 

F. A. Finley, St. Petersburg, commissioned September 19, 
1955 until February 1, 1959. 

Frank T. Scott, Jacksonville, commissioned September 19, 
1955 until February 1, 1959. 

Reeves F. Wells, Panama City, resigned October 14, 1955 
and J. M. Pepper, Pensacola, commissioned November 2, 1955 
until February 1, 1958. 

FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION 

State At Large 
J. Saxton Lloyd, Daytona Beach, Chairman, commissioned 
July 8, 1955 until July 8, 1957. 

First Congressional District 
W. J. Clapp, St. Petersburg, commissioned July 8, 1955, 
until July 8, 1959. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 69 

Second Co7igressional District 
Edward C. Roe, Jacksonville, commissioned July 8, 1955 
until July 8, 1959. 

Third Congressional District 
A. Clifton Johnson, Pensacola, commissioned July 8, 1955 
until July 8, 1957. 

Fourth Congressional District 
James R. Brumby, Miami, commissioned July 20, 1955 un- 
til July 20, 1957. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Alex M. Collins, Ocala, commissioned July 8, 1955 until 
July 8, 1957. 

Sixth Congressio7ial District 
Wiley R. Reynolds, Jr., Palm Beach, commissioned July 
22, 1955 until July 22, 1957. 

Seventh Congressional District 
Herman E. Turner, Bradenton, commissioned July 8, 1955 
until July 8, 1959. 

Eighth Congressional District 
S. T. Dell, Jr., Gainesville, commissioned July 8, 1955 un- 
til July 8, 1959. 

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON EDUCATION 

Allen C. Grazier, St. Petersburg, term expired July 1, 1955, 
recommissioned July 7, 1955 until July 1, 1959. 

Rosabel Quillian, Coral Gables, term expired July 1, 1956 
and William R. Wright, Miami, commissioned October 15, 
1956 until July 1, 1960. 

Wilson Harris, Pensacola, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Al B. Block, Tallahassee, term expired July 1, 1956, re- 
commissioned July 26, 1956 until July 1, 1960. 

Lamar Sarra, Jacksonville, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Earl L. Vance, Tallahassee, commission terminated Feb- 
ruary 25, 1955 and R. N. Dosh, Ocala, commissioned March 4, 
1955 until July 1, 1958. 

Ralph E. Page, Gainesville, commission terminated Feb- 
ruary 25, 1955 and Albert W. Litschgi, Tampa, commissioned 
March 3, 1955 until July 1, 1958. 



70 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE BOARD OF ENGINEER EXAMINERS 

Sam p. TurnbuU, Tallahassee, term expired July 1, 1955, 
recommissioned July 1, 1955 until July 1, 1959. 

Joseph Weil, Gainesville, term expired July 1, 1955, re- 
commissioned July 13, 1955 until July 1, 1959. 

J. Wylly Keck, Coral Gables, term expired July 1, 1956; 
recommissioned December 18, 1956 until July 1, 1960. 

Oliver J. Semmes, Jr., Pensacola, term expired July 1, 
1956; recommissioned December 18, 1956 until July 1, 1960. 

J. A. Brewer, Lake City, term expires July 1, 1957. 

EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

W. C. Caveny, Indiantown, term expired June 10, 1954. 
C. Eugene Smith, Pompano, term expired June 5, 1954. 
B. D. Cole, Jr., West Palm Beach, term expired June 6, 
1955. 
A. F. Arthur, Goulds, term expired June 4, 1955. 
William C. Owen, Clewiston, term expires June 10, 1957. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL DISTRICTS 

Broward County — Harry A. Earle, Ft. Lauderdale, term 
expired Senate 1955. 

Collier County — W. D. Roberts, Immokalee, term expired 
Senate 1955. 

Dade County — J. Cason Ives, Ojus, term expired Senate 
1955. 

Glades County — W. H. Peeples, Moore Haven, term expired 
Feb. 9, 1954. 

Hendry County — G. E. Etherton, Clewiston, term expired 
August 15, 1953. 

Highlands County — R. J. Hargrove, Venus, term expired 
August 7, 1953. 

Martin County — James M. Myers, Jr., Indiantown, commis- 
sioned April 11, 1956 until the next Senate. 

Monroe County — Edelmiro Morales, Key West, term ex- 
pired Senate 1955. 

Okeechobee County — R. A. Burgess, Okeechobee, term ex- 
pired August 7, 1953. 

Palm Beach County — J. L. Murphy, Belle Glade, term ex- 
pired August 15, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 71 

St. Lucie County — Cornelius Van derLugt, Ft. Pierce, re- 
signed Sept. 20, 1955 and O. G. Nanney, Ft. Pierce, com- 
missioned September 27, 1955 until next Senate. 

FLORIDA STATE FIRE COLLEGE 

T. B. Sexton, Ocala, term expired September 28, 1955, re- 
commissioned September 28, 1955 until September 28, 1959. 

J. H. Witherspoon, West Palm Beach, commissioned Feb- 
ruary 22, 1955 until October 4, 1958. 

Claude Wright, Pensacola, commissioned February 22, 1955 
until September 27, 1956 and recommissioned December 28, 
1956 until September 27, 1960. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY 

Guy H. Wesley, Jacksonville, term expired September 26, 

1955 and Norman A. Herren, Everglades, commissioned Oc- 
tober 3, 1955 until September 26, 1959. 

Robert C. Brent, Jr., Tallahassee, term expired September 
17, 1955 and Frank M. Parker, Panama City, commissioned 
December 2, 1955 until September 17, 1959. 

C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler, term expired August 24, 1956 
and Marcus G. Rawls, Jacksonville, commissioned August 31, 

1956 until August 24, 1960. 

Leonard P. Gibson, Perry, term expires September 5, 1957. 
M. D. Andrews, Chiefland, term expires October 1, 1958. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS, FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY 

Joseph p. Schuck, Tallahassee, commissioned December 2, 
1955 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Roy V. Huchingson, Lakeland, commissioned December 2, 
1955 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

Raymond R. Murphy, Lakeland, commissioned December 
2, 1955 during the pleasure of the Governor. 

William Howard Roche, Panama City, commissioned De- 
cember 2, 1955 during pleasure of the Governor. 

John D. Bland, Ocala, commissioned December 2, 1955 dur- 
ing pleasure of the Governor. 

William C. Gilbert, Panama City, commissioned December 
2, 1955 during pleasure of the Governor. 

Ernest Eubanks, Lake City, commissioned December 2, 
1955 during pleasure of the Governor. 



72 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 
BREVARD COUNTY 

W. J. Creel, commissioned January 4, 1955 until first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1959. 

BROWARD COUNTY 

R. T. Spangler, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1957. 

DADE COUNTY 

J. A. Guyton, Miami, commissioned May 27, 1955 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

DUVAL COUNTY 

D. Byron King, Jacksonville, commissioned January 4, 1955 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

FLAGLER COUNTY 

O. F. Alford, Bunnell, commissioned January 4, 1955 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY 

C. B. Johnson, Vero Beach, term expired first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1957. 

MARTIN COUNTY 

Stanley Kitching, Stuart, term expired first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1957. 

PALM BEACH COUNTY 

Gleason N. Stambaugh, West Palm Beach, commissioned 
January 4, 1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1959. 

ST. JOHNS COUNTY 

Milton Bacon, St. Augustine, commissioned August 15, 1955 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

ST. LUCIE COUNTY 

James J. Barnes, Jensen Beach, commissioned January 4, 
1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

VOLUSIA COUNTY 

U. W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach, term expired first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 73 

FLORIDA KEYS AQUEDUCT COMMISSION 

Vance C. Stirrup, Key West, term expires March 15, 1958. 
Paul E. Mesa, Key West, term expires March 22, 1958. 
Juan Lopez, Key West, term expires March 21, 1958. 
Louis M. J. Eisner, Key West, term expires March 21, 1958. 
Alonzo Cothron, Key West, term expires March 22, 1958. 

STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL COMMISSION 

Joseph A. Cawthon, Orlando, term expired August 22, 1956. 

Earl Brown, DeLand, term expired August 28, 1956. 

Mrs. W. A. Saunders, White Springs, term expired August 
23, 1956. 

Mrs. Lamar Bledsoe, Tallahassee, term expired August 28, 
1956. 

Anna C. Miller, Jacksonville, term expires May 29, 1957. 

STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 

State At Large 
Edward E. Harper, Pensacola, term expired Senate 1955. 
Jack J. Combs, Sr., Miami, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 10, 1955 until July 17, 1957. 

District One 
O. C. Neal, Jr., Marianna, term expired Senate 1955. J. 
Orrie Blackburn, Sr., Chipley, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 16, 1955 until July 23, 1957. 

District Two 
R. M. Naugle, Jacksonville, term expired Senate 1955, con- 
firmed by the Senate and commissioned June 13, 1955 until 
July 18, 1958. 

District Three 
Charles S. Mcintosh, Daytona Beach, resigned June 9, 
1955 and Edward C. Grissom, Jr., Kissimmee, commissioned 
June 14, 1955 until July 17, 1955, confirmed by the Senate 
and recommissioned July 17, 1955 until July 17, 1959. 

District Four 
Howard W. Robarts, Arcadia, term expired Senate 1955. 
C. Roland Shannon, Bradenton, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 15, 1955 until July 25, 1956; confirmed 
by the Senate and recommissioned August 13, 1956 until 
July 25, 1960. 



74 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District Five 
M. W. Gerhardt, Miami, term expired Senate 1955. C. E. 
Cox, Vero Beach, confirmed by the Senate and Commissioned 
June 6, 1955 until July 22, 1956, confirmed by the Senate 
and recommissioned August 6, 1956 until July 22, 1960. 

GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION 

First Congressional District 

A. Sterling Hall, Bradenton, reinstated January 4, 1955 and 
resigned January 17, 1955. T. C. Hart, Wauchula, commis- 
sioned January 25, 1955 until the Senate of 1955, confirmed 
by the Senate and recommissioned June 13, 1955 until Jan- 
uary 6, 1958. 

Second Congressional District 

Miller V. Joiner, Jacksonville, resigned January 19, 1955. 
R. G. Granger, Lake City, commissioned January 24, 1955 
until the Senate of 1955, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 8, 1955 until January 4, 1956, recommissioned 
January 18, 1956 until the next Senate, confirmed by the 
Senate and Commissioned August 8, 1956 until January 4, 
1961. 

Third Congressional District 

E. W. Hinson, Quincy, reinstated January 4, 1955 and re- 
signed January 17, 1955. Leonard A. Wesson, Tallahassee, 
commissioned January 19, 1955 until the next Senate, and 
resigned April 13, 1955. Forace F. Holland, Panama City, 
commissioned April 13, 1955 until the next Senate, confirmed 
by the Senate and commissioned June 8, 1955 until January 
6, 1957. 

Fourth Congressional District 

David C. Brown, Immokalee, term expired January 5, 1955. 
B. Brack Cantrell, Okeechobee commissioned January 24, 
1955 until the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and re- 
commissioned June 23, 1955 until January 5, 1960, resigned 
March 15, 1956. James W. Cosper, Homestead, commissioned 
March 22, 1956 until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned September 6, 1956 until January 5, 1960. 

Fifth Congressional District 
M. G. Rowlett, Wildwood, term expired Senate 1955. Don 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 75 

Southwell, Ormond Beach, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 8, 1955 until January 5, 1959. 

HOTEL AND RESTAURANT COMMISSIONER 

D. Mack Humphrey, Tallahassee, reinstated January 4, 

1955 and resigned January 4, 1955. Richard Edgerton, Talla- 
hasssee, commissioned January 4, 1955 until first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January, 1957. 

ADVISORY HOSPITAL COUNCIL 

J. A. Mease, Jr., Dunedin, term expired August 15, 1955 
and J. W. Annis, M.D., Lakeland, commissioned November 
18, 1955 until August 15, 1959. 

Leonard A. Wein, Miami, term expires September 2, 1957. 

George W. Thomas, Tampa, term expired September 3, 

1956 and Dodd Pace, Tallahassee, commissioned September 
10, 1956 until September 3, 1960. 

George E. Engelhard, Leesburg, term expires September 2, 
1958. 

Richard C. Gumming, M.D., Ocala, commissioned August 
29, 1955 until August 27, 1958. 

Walter C. Payne, Pensacola, term expired September 2, 
1955 and recommissioned Sept. 20, 1955 until September 2, 
1959. 

Wilson T. Sowder, Jacksonville, State Health Officer, Ex- 
Officio Member. 

FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 

James T. Vocelle, Chairman, Tallahassee. Commissioned 
January 7, 1953 until first Tuesday after first Monday in Jan- 
uary 1957. 

Walter L. Lightsey, Lutz, member, employee representative, 
commissioned July 7, 1954 until first Tuesday after first Mon- 
day in January 1957. 

James D. Cameron, Jacksonville, employer representative, 
commissioned August 27, 1954 until first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1957. 

STATE APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL OF THE 
FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 

(Employer) Alexander Blann, Tampa, representing Build- 
ing and Construction Industry. Term expired first Tuesday 



76 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

after first Monday in January 1957. 

(Ernployee) John Maxim, Jacksonville, representing Build- 
ing and Construction Industry. Term expired first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1957. 

(Employee) Russell P. Egan, Miami Springs, representing 
Aircraft Industry. Term expired first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1957. 

(Employer) Ralph O. Norsworthy, Miami, representing Air- 
craft Industry. Term expired first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January 1957. 

(Em.ployer) E. L. Matthews, Starke, representing Printing 
Industry. Resigned February 17, 1955 and Earl Sellers, Chip- 
ley commissioned February 22, 1955 until first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1957. 

(Employee) Jack Booth, Tallahassee, representing Print- 
ing Industry. Term expired first Tuesday after first Monday 
in January 1957. 

(Employee) James Hurd, West Palm Beach, representing 
Metal Trades and Shipyards. Term expired first Tuesday 
after first Monday in January 1957. 

(Employer) Wayne Smith, Pensacola, representing Metal 
Trades and Shipyards. Term expired first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1957. 

INTER AMERICAN CENTER AUTHORITY 

Charles C. Blake, Miami, term expired May 15, 1955 and 
J. Brailey Odham, Sanford, commissioned August 29, 1955 
until May 15, 1959, resigned April 23, 1956, recommissioned 
September 4, 1956 until May 15, 1959. 

Haydon Burns, Jacksonville, term expired May 15, 1955 
and William D. Pawley, Miami Beach commissioned July 13, 
1955 until May 15, 1959. 

Edward Ball, Tallahassee, resigned January 31, 1955 and 
Charles W. Smith, Pensacola, commissioned March 24, 1955 
until May 15, 1955, recommissioned August 3, 1955 until May 
15, 1959. 

W. H. Walker, Miami, term expired May 15, 1956, recom- 
missioned September 17, 1956 until May 15, 1960. 

D. Lee Powell, Miami Beach, term expired May 15, 1956, 
recommissioned May 31, 1956 until May 15, 1960. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 77 

Samuel N. Friedland, Hialeah, resigned July 1, 1955 and 
Charles S. Ausley, Tallahassee, commissioned July 7, 1955 
until May 15, 1957. 

James Sottile, Sr., Miami, term expires May 15, 1957. 

A. J. Grimaldi, Tampa, term expires May 15, 1957. 

T. T. Scott, Miami, resigned January 31, 1955 and William 
C. Lantaff, Miami, commissioned February 7, 1955 until May 
15, 1958. 

P. J. Serralles, Miami, term expires May 15, 1958. 

JUDICIAL COUNCIL OF FLORIDA 

Ex-Officio Members 
Justice of the Supreme Court — Elwyn Thomas, Tallahassee. 
Attorney General — Richard Ervin, Tallahassee. 
Judge of the Circuit Court — L. L. Parks, Tampa. 
County Judge — Robert L. McCrary, Jr., Marianna. 

Laymen 

S. Kendrick Guernsey, Jacksonville, term expired July 31, 
1955 and Robert O. Lodmell, Lake Wales, commissioned Oc- 
tober 14, 1955 until July 31, 1958. 

Marion T. Gaines, Pensacola, term expired July 29, 1955, 
recommissioned October 5, 1955 until July 29, 1958. 

Herbert Bayer, Jacksonville term expired August 10, 1955, 
recommissioned November 14, 1955 until August 10, 1958. 

N. Ray Carroll, Kissimmee, term expired July 29, 1955 
and Charles J. Simonin, West Palm Beach, commissioned 
October 5, 1955 until July 29, 1958. 

Allen Morris, Tallahassee, term expired September 28, 1955 
and Ralph Nicholson, Tallahassee, commissioned October 7, 
1955 until September 28, 1958. 

Julius Jay Perlmutter, Miami, resigned November 2, 1955 
and William D. Singer, Coral Gables, commissioned Novem- 
ber 14, 1955 until July 29, 1957, resigned December 4, 1956 
and Walter Caldwell, Auburndale, commissioned December 
28, 1956 until July 29, 1957. 

Max Paul, Miami Beach, term expired July 27, 1957. 

Bolivar F. Hyde, Jr., Lakeland, commissioned July 18, 1955 
until August 3, 1957, resigned August 10, 1956 and Allen 



78 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Morris, Tallahassee, commissioned September 20, 1956 until 
August 3, 1957. 

J. Wilbur James, Panama City, commissioned October 7, 
1955 until July 31, 1957. 

Members of the Bar 

Richard J. Gardner, Quincy, term expired July 29, 1956, 
recommissioned August 16, 1956 until July 29, 1959. 

Perry Nichols, Miami, term expired July 29, 1956, recom- 
missioned August 17, 1956 until July 29, 1959. 

Wm. A. McRae, Jr., Bartow, term expired July 31, 1956, 
recommissioned August 31, 1956 until July 31, 1959. 

E. Dixie Beggs, Pensacola, term expired July 29, 1955, re- 
commissioned October 4, 1955 until July 29, 1958. 

STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS 

(Now an Administrative Agency of the Supreme Court 
See Chapter 29796, Acts of 1955) 

STATE LIBRARY BOARD 

Mary P. Smith, Brooksville, term expires March 17, 1957. 

Thomas Dreier, St. Petersburg, commissioned February 14, 
1955 until March 29, 1958. 

Inger J. Farrington, Miami, commissioned February 24, 
1955 until September 5, 1957. 

FLORIDA LIVESTOCK BOARD 

State At Large 

J. B. Starkey, Largo, term expired Senate 1955, confirmed 
by the Senate and commissioned June 15, 1955 until June 9, 
1957. 

First Congressional District 

Frank H. Moody, Plant City, term expired Senate 1955, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 10, 1955 
until January 8, 1957, resigned March 15, 1956. Dwight L. 
Crum, Plant City, commissioned April 2, 1956, until the next 
Senate and confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned Au- 
gust 13, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

Second Congressional District 
W. A. Belote, Mandarin, term expired Senate 1955, con- 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 79 

firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 29, 1955, un- 
til January 8, 1957. 

Third Congressional District 
Wilmer W. Bassett, Jr., Monticello, term expired Senate 
1955, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned Septem- 
ber 8, 1955 until June 7, 1957. 

Fourth Congressional District 
R. L. Dressel, Miami, term expired Senate 1955, confirmed 
by the Senate and recommissioned June 23, 1955 until Jan- 
uary 8, 1957. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Henry O. Partin, Kissimmee, term expired Senate 1955, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 25, 1955 
until January 8, 1957. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Ernest Van Landingham, Belle Glade, term expired Senate 
1955, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned July 14, 1955, 
until June 7, 1957. 

Seventh Congressional District 
Roscoe Bass, Avon Park, term expired Senate 1955, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 22, 1955, 
until June 7, 1957. 

Eighth Congressional District 
Carl Zillman, Earleton, term expired Senate 1955, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 23, 1955, 
until January 8, 1957. 

STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER 

L. Neill Rhodes, Jacksonville, term expired June 6, 1956, 
and recommissioned June 6, 1956, until June 6, 1958. 

ATLANTIC STATES MARINE FISHERIES 

Louis Fischer, Cocoa, term expired Senate 1955, confirmed 
by Senate and recommissioned July 25, 1955 until September 
4, 1956. 

John R. Shaw, Jacksonville commissioned October 12, 1956 
until the next Senate. 

GULF STATES MARINE FISHERIES COMMISSION 

W. J. Hendry, Okeechobee, deceased and Vern Merritt, 



80 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Tarpon Springs commissioned January 23, 1956 until next 
Senate. 

V. E. Merritt, Tarpon Springs, confirmed by Senate and re- 
commissioned September 4, 1956 until January 5, 1959. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF MASSAGE 

Alvin H. Drake, Tallahassee, term expires August 20, 1957. 

William R. Hopkins, Palm Beach, term expired August 21, 
1955 and Agnes P. Snedeker, St. Petersburg, commissioned 
September 7, 1955 until August 21, 1958. 

Edith Dearborn, Miami, term expired September 2, 1956, 
recommissioned September 13, 1956 until September 2, 1959. 

STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Irving Lester Alberts, Miami Beach, term expired July 5, 
1955, and George S. Palmer, Tallahassee, commissioned July 
5, 1955 until July 5, 1959. 

Morris B. Seltzer, Daytona Beach, term expired July 5, 
1955, recommissioned July 5, 1955 until July 5, 1959. 

Frank D. Gray, Orlando, term expired July 5, 1955, re- 
commissioned July 5, 1955 until July 5, 1959. 

E. B. Hardee, Vero Beach, term expired July 5, 1956, re- 
commissioned July 5, 1956 until July 5, 1960. 

Charles W. Bartlett, Tampa deceased and Madison R. Pope, 
Plant City, commissioned March 12, 1956 until July 5, 1956, 
recommissioned July 6, 1956 until July 5, 1960. 

Homer L. Pearson, Miami, term expired July 4, 1956; re- 
commissioned July 4, 1956 until July 4, 1960. 

Ralph B. Spires, DeFuniak Springs, term expired July 5, 
1957. 

Andrew G. Brown, Miami, term expires July 21, 1957. 

A. H. Lisenby, Panama City, term expires July 13, 1958. 

Sidney Stillman, Jacksonville, term expires July 5, 1957. 

COUNCIL ON MENTAL HEALTH IN FLORIDA 

Coyle E. Moore, Tallahassee, commissioned August 11, 1955 
for term of 2 years. 

Paul W. Penningroth, Jacksonville, commissioned August 
15, 1955 for term of 3 years and resigned December 31, 1956. 
Victor B. Johnson, Tallahassee, commissioned January 1, 
1957 until August 15, 1958. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 81 

J. T. Benbow, Chattahoochee, commissioned August 12, 1955 
for 4 years. 

Mrs. Anne S. Gautier, New Smyrna Beach, commissioned 
August 15, 1955 for term of three years. 

SuUivan G. Bedell, Jacksonville, commissioned August 19, 

1955 for term of 4 years. 

Loyal Frisbie, Bartow, commissioned August 19, 1955 for 
term of 3 years. 

Sonia L. King, Miami, commissioned August 19, 1955 for 
term of one year, recommissioned December 18, 1956 until 
August 19, 1960. 

William S. Frates, Miami, commissioned August 24, 1955 for 
term of 4 years. 

The Rev. Robert McCloskey, Jacksonville, commissioned 
August 23, 1955 for term of 2 years. 

Robert W. Kleemeier, Orange Park, commissioned August 
31, 1955 for term of 2 years. 

Gwendolyn B. Rogers, Pensacola, commissioned September 
7, 1955 for term of one year, recommissioned November 13, 

1956 until September 7, 1960. 

MILK COMMISSION 

L. K. Nicholas, Jr., Jacksonville, Administrator, — Term 
expires May 31, 1957. 

Bertha M. Elliot, Jacksonville, term expired May 31, 1956 
and H. G. Cochran, Jr., Lake City, commissioned August 3, 
1956 until May 31, 1960. (CONSUMER) 

C. Raymond Lee, Clearwater, term expired July 22, 1956 
and Dexter Lowry, Tallahassee, commissioned August 2, 1956 
until July 22, 1960. (CONSUMER) 

William Imand, Miami, term expired July 27, 1956 and 
Howard D. Walton, Miami, commissioned September 17, 1956 
until July 27, 1960. (CONSUMER) 

John M. Scott, Gainesville, resigned January 24, 1955 and 
Alex G. Shaw, Gainesville, commissioned January 31, 1955 
until May 30, 1957. (DEFT. OF AGRICULTURE MEMBER) 

B. S. Waring, Madison, resigned May 17, 1956 and Wilbur 
J. Casey, Largo, commissioned May 18, 1956 until July 20, 
1958. (DAIRY FARMER) 



82 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Henry Schneider, Eustis, term expires May 30, 1957. (DIS- 
TRIBUTOR) 

Fred B. Ragland, Jacksonville, commissioned January 19, 
1955 until December 13, 1958. (MBR. BOARD OF HEALTH) 

MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSIONER 

Ina S. Thompson, commissioned January 4, 1955 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERS 

ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Mark W. Lance, St. Augustine, commissioned June 3, 1949 
during pleasure of the Governor. 

BRIGADIER GENERAL OF THE LINE 48tH INFANTRY 

Maxwell Cook Snyder, Jacksonville, commissioned June 12, 
1953 during pleasure of the Governor. 

BRIGADIER GENERAL OF THE LINE 51ST INFANTRY 

Henry William McMuUen, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned 
June 8, 1953 during pleasure of the Governor. 

STATE BOARD OF NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS 

Rex Smith, Jacksonville, term expired July 15, 1955 and 
C. H. Damsel, Apopka commissioned December 6, 1955 until 
July 15, 1959. 

Julio Gavilla, Tampa, term expires July 16, 1957. 

Watson A. Walden, Ft. Myers, term expires July 15, 1958. 

FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF NURSE REGISTRATION 
AND NURSING EDUCATION 

Registered Nurse Mernhers: 

Timoxena Sloan, Miami, term expired November 17, 1956, 
recommissioned December 18, 1956, until November 17, 1960. 

Mrs. Orpha Russell, Tallahassee, term expired November 
10, 1956, recommissioned December 21, 1956, until November 
10, 1960. 

Mrs. Irene F. Workman, Pensacola, term expires August 
20, 1957. 

Hazel M. Peeples, Jacksonville, term expires August 21, 
1957. 

Feme Wilden Britt, Jacksonville, term expires September 
9, 1957. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 83 

Licensed Practical Nurse Members: 
Jewel Laramore, Panama City, term expired November 21, 

1956. 

Thelma Beck, Daytona Beach, term expires September 4, 

1957. 

OVERSEAS ROAD AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT 

Sam E. Harris, Key West, term expires July 6, 1957. 
Anthony DeMerritt, Key West, term expires July 8, 1957. 
Enrique Esquinaldo, Sr., term expires June 13, 1957. 
Vincente Molina, Key West, term expires July 6, 1957, 
Joseph Cleare, Key West, term expires June 13, 1957. 
Hilaro Ramos, Key West, term expires July 6, 1957. 
Carl Bervaldi, Key West, term expires June 6, 1957. 

OKLAWAHA BASIN RECREATION AND WATER CONSERVATION 
AND CONTROL AUTHORITY 

Floyd W. Harrison, Clermont, term expired Senate 1955, 
recommissioned July 27, 1955 until the next Senate, confirmed 
by the Senate and recommissioned September 10, 1956 until 
July 13, 1959. 

E. J. Burrell, Eustis, term expired Senate 1955, confirmed 
by the Senate and commissioned July 27, 1955 until July 13, 
1957. 

Byron E. Herlong, Leesburg, term expired Senate 1955, con- 
firmed by the Senate and commissioned July 27, 1955 until 
July 13, 1956, resigned August 31, 1955 and Charles Joseph 
Knowles, Leesburg, commissioned September 13, 1955 until 
July 13, 1956, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
September 5, 1956 until July 13, 1960. 

BOARD OF DISPENSING OPTICIANS 

J. H. Abernathy, Jacksonville, term expired November 4, 
1956, recommissioned November 30, 1956 until November 4, 
1960. 

Kenneth M. Dowdy, St. Petersburg, term expired November 
3, 1955; recommissioned November 9, 1955 until November 
3, 1959. 

Bennie A. Barberi, Pensacola, term expires November 2, 
1957. 



84 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

William P. Davis, Tampa, term expires November 2, 1957. 
Lindsey L. Beckum, Gainesville, term expires November 
14, 1958. 

FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF OPTOMETRY 

G. T. Newberry, Panama City, term expired June 12, 1955 
and Albert H. Rodriguez, Tampa, commissioned July 5, 1955 
until June 12, 1959. 

R. R. Bradford, Miami Beach, term expired July 2, 1956 and 
A. C. Wilhelm, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned July 2, 1956 
until July 2, 1960. 

C. F. McClamma, Miami, term expires May 5, 1957. 

S. B. Schumacher, Jacksonville, term expires May 29, 1957. 

J. M. Morqus, Arcadia, term expires May 29, 1958. 

STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

James J. McCormick, Miami, term expired August 20, 1955, 
and Eugene J. Edelman, Miami, commissioned September 22, 
1955 until August 20, 1958. 

R. Phillip Coker, Panama City, term expired August 11, 
1955, recommissioned August 22, 1955 until August 11, 1958. 

Louis J. Larmoyeux, Jacksonville, term expired August 16, 
1956. 

Edmund (Pat) Flynn, Tallahassee, term expired August 
25, 1956, recommissioned August 25, 1956 until August 25, 
1959. 

W. S. Horn, Palmetto, term expires July 29, 1957. 

M. C. Becker, Winter Haven, term expires July 29, 1957. 

FLORIDA PAROLE COMMISSION 

Joseph Young Cheney, Tallahassee, term expired October 
7, 1955, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned October 
7, 1955, until October 7, 1961. 

Raymond B. Marsh, Tallahassee, term expires October 7, 
1957. 

Frances Rhett Bridges, Jr., Tallahassee, term expires Octo- 
ber 6, 1959. 

STATE BOARD OF PARKS AND HISTORIC MEMORIALS 

Region No. 1 
William Speed, Tallahassee, term expired Senate 1955 and 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 85 

Howard Odom, Marianna confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 13, 1955 until July 12, 1958. 

Region No. 2 

Winthrop Bancroft, Jacksonville, resigned April 5, 1955 
and Frank D. Upchurch, St. Augustine, commissioned April 
21, 1955 until the Senate of 1955, confirmed by the Senate and 
recommissioned June 30, 1955 until July 12, 1956, confirmed by 
the senate and recommissioned August 8, 1956 until July 12, 
1960. 

Region No. 3 

Isabella R. Jones, Sarasota, term expired Senate 1955, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 25, 1955 until 
July 12, 1957. 

Region No. 4 
Kathryn Abbey Hanna, Winter Park, term expired July 
12, 1955, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
20, 1955 until July 12, 1959. 

Region No. 5 
Frank J. Pepper, Sr., Miami, term expired Senate 1955 and 
John D. Pennekamp, Miami, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 15, 1955 until July 12, 1958. 

FLORIDA BOARD OF PHARMACY 

A. William Morrison, Miami, term expires July 7, 1956, and 
John Stadnik, Miami Springs, commissioned August 29, 1956 
until December 31, 1956, recommissioned December 31, 1956 
until December 31, 1960. 

Dewey H. Johnson, Pensacola, term expired July 30, 1956 
and Don S. Evans, Orlando, commissioned August 27, 1956 
until December 31, 1959. 

Dr. Steve Simmons, Starke, term expires December 31, 1957. 

W. H. Blackwell, St. Petersburg, term expires December 
31, 1957. 

Russell J. Davis, Lake City, resigned March 31, 1955 and 
F. A. Canova, Gainesville, commissioned April 11, 1955 until 
December 31, 1958. 



86 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

STATE RACING COMMISSION 

First Congressional District 
Joe K. Hays, Winter Haven, reinstated January 4, 1955 and 
resigned January 4, 1955. Warren H. Toole, Jr., Tampa, com- 
missioned January 5, 1955 until the next Senate and recom- 
missioned June 6, 1955 until the first Monday in January 1957. 

Second Congressional District 

Robert Kloeppel, Jr., Jacksonville, reinstated January 4, 
1955 and resigned January 4, 1955. Clarence H. Ratliff, Live 
Oak, commissioned January 5, 1955 until the next Senate 
and recommissioned June 7, 1955 until the first Monday in 
January 1957. 

Third Congressional District 

J. D. Johnson, Pensacola, reinstated January 4, 1955. Com- 
missioned January 5, 1955 until next Senate and recommis- 
sioned June 3, 1955 until first Monday in January 1957. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Curtis A. Haggard, Miami, reinstated January 4, 1955 and 
resigned January 4, 1955. John R. Ring, Miami, commissioned 
January 5, 1955 until the next Senate and recommissioned 
June 29, 1955 until first Monday in January 1957. 

Fifth Congressional District 
J. Wesley Fly, Orlando, reinstated January 4, 1955 and re- 
signed January 4, 1955. J. Saxton Lloyd, Daytona Beach, com- 
missioned January 5, 1955 until the next Senate, recommis- 
sioned June 6, 1955 until the first Monday in January 1957 and 
resigned June 30, 1955. C. Sweet Smith, Jr., Cocoa, commis- 
sioned July 5, 1955 until first Monday in January 1957. 

RAILROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION 

Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee, term expired January 4, 1955, 
recommissioned January 4, 1955 for term of four years. 

Wilbur C. King, Tallahassee, term expired January 4, 1955, 
recommissioned January 4, 1955 for term of four years. 

Richard A. Mack, resigned June 30, 1955 and Alan Stephen- 
son Boyd, Tallahassee, commissioned July 6, 1955 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 87 

TLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION 

W. H. Flannery, St. Petersburg, term expired July 25, 1955 
and Walter S. Hardin, Bradenton, commissioned August 10, 
1955 until July 26, 1958. 

J. E. Hollenbeck, Sr., West Palm Beach, term expired July 
27, 1956 and H. M. Jernigan, Fort Pierce, commissioned August 
1, 1956 until July 27, 1959. 

Morrison I. Taylor, Jacksonville, term expires July 27, 1957. 

STATE ROAD BOARD 

First District 
W. Howard Frankland, Tampa, reinstated January 4, 1955 
and resigned January 4, 1955. Albert L. Rogero, Clearwater, 
commissioned January 5, 1955 until the next Senate and recom- 
missioned June 20, 1955 until the first Tuesday after the first 
Monday in January, 1957. 

Second District 
Grier Kirkpatrick, Gainesville, reinstated January 4, 1955 
and resigned January 4, 1955. Earl P. Powers, Gainesville, 
commissioned January 5, 1955 until the next Senate, and re- 
commissioned June 7, 1955 until the first Tuesday after the 
first Monday in January, 1957. 

T'hird District 
Richard H. Simpson, Monticello, commissioned June 4, 1953 
until the first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 
Suspended December 10, 1953 and reinstated January 4, 1955. 

Fourth District 
Thomas B. Manuel, Ft. Lauderdale, reinstated January 4, 
1955 and resigned January 4, 1955. Wilbur E. Jones, Talla- 
hassee, commissioned January 5, 1955 until the next Senate 
and recommissioned June 8, 1955 until the first Tuesday after 
the first Monday in January 1957. 

Fifth District 
J. Saxton Lloyd, Daytona Beach, reinstated January 4, 1955 
and resigned January 4, 1955. Campbell Thornal, Orlando, 
commissioned January 5, 1955 until the next Senate and re- 
signed May 4, 1955. William H. Dial, Orlandc, commissioned 
May 9, 1955 until the next Senate and recommissioned June 8, 



88 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

1955 until the first Tuesday after the first Monday in January 
1957. 

FLORIDA SHIP CANAL NAVAGATION DISTRICT 

Harry B. Rogers, Cedar Keys, term expired June 5, 1949. 
R. Malcolm Fortson, Jacksonville, term expires June 5, 1957. 
R. G. Williams, Palatka, term expires June 5, 1957. 
Frank Williams, Green Cove Springs, term expires June 
5, 1957. 

R. N. Dosh, Ocala, term expires June 5, 1957. 

STATE SOIL CONSERVATION BOARD 

A. V. Saurman, Clearwater, term expired June 24, 1955, re- 
commissioned July 7, 1955 until June 24, 1959. 

Crawford Rainwater, Pensacola, term expires July 7, 1957. 
Cushman S. Radebaugh, Orlando, term expired July 2, 1956. 
Sinclair A. Bryan, Raiford, term expires June 22, 1958. 
E. E. Carter, Wabasso, term expires June 25, 1958. 

SOUTHEASTERN INTERSTATE FOREST FIRE PROTECTION 
COMPACT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Marcus G. Rawls, Jacksonville, commissioned September 
21, 1955 until May 4, 1958. 

T. Lamar Raney, Ocala, commissioned October 14, 1955 
until May 4, 1958. 

SPECIAL OFFICERS 

ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 

K. K. Stokes, Orlando, term expired April 7, 1955, recom- 
missioned May 1, 1955 until April 7, 1957. 

T. K. Whitley, Ocala, term expired April 18, 1955, recom- 
missioned May 23, 1955 until April 18, 1957. 

M. M. Land, Tampa, term expired April 12, 1955, recom- 
missioned May 23, 1955 until April 12, 1957 and resigned Sep- 
tember 30, 1955. 

D. T. Hall, Tampa, term expired August 19, 1955, recom- 
missioned August 23, 1955 until August 19, 1957. 

H. G. McDonald, Tampa, term expired September 8, 1955, 
recommissioned September 23, 1955 until September 8, 1957, 
resigned March 26, 1956 

M. M. Descamps, Wilmington, N. C, term expired July 25, 
1955, recommissioned August 4, 1955 until July 25, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 89 

B. F. Hatfield, Tampa, term expired July 25, 1955, recommis- 
sioned August 4, 1955 until July 25, 1957. 

W. P. Ridout, Jacksonville, term expired July 25, 1955; re- 
commissioned August 4, 1955 until July 25, 1957. 

M. R. Singleton, St. Petersburg, term expired October 1, 
1955, recommissioned October 1, 1955 until October 1, 1957, 
resigned August 27, 1956. 

H. E. Baldwin, Tampa, term expired November 13, 1955, 
recommissioned November 14, 1955 until November 13, 1957. 

F. W. Hall, Arlington, term expired January 19, 1956, re- 
commissioned January 23, 1956 until January 19, 1958. 

E. M. Brown, Jacksonville, commissioned until December 
18, 1955, commissioned cancelled February 1, 1955. 

F. D. Harrison, Jacksonville, term expired July 6, 1956, re- 
commissioned July 30, 1956 until July 6, 1958. 

B. J. Martindale, Lakeland, term expired August 5, 1956. 

B. L. O'Briant, Jacksonville, term expired June 20, 1956, 
recommissioned June 29, 1956 until June 20, 1958. 

W. D. Embry, Lakeland, term expired July 6, 1956, recom- 
missioned July 30, 1956 until July 6, 1958. 

S. S. Duncan, Fort Myers, resigned January 1, 1955. 

J. H. Swink, Tampa, term expired October 13, 1956, recom- 
missioned November 2, 1956 until October 13, 1958. 

A. W. Clardy, Ocala, term expired October 30, 1956 recom- 
missioned November 2, 1956 until October 30, 1958. 

F. M. Meggs, High Springs, term expired November 9, 1956, 
recommissioned November 9, 1956 until November 9, 1958. 

O. D. Smith, Jacksonville, term expired December 23, 1956. 
J. C. Clements, Tampa, term expires February 22, 1957. 

B. M. Edens, Tampa, term expires February 17, 1957, re- 
signed January 20, 1956. 

C. J. Bowen, Jacksonville, commissioned June 27, 1955 until 
June 27, 1957. 

H. D. Stanley, Sanford, commissioned November 9, 1955 for 
two years. 

G. A. Manning, Tampa, commissioned April 10, 1956 for two 
years. 

R. W. Glatzau, Tampa, commissioned March 28, 1956 for 2 
years. 



90 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

J. M. Carter, St. Petersburg, commissioned June 23, 1958 for 
2 years. 

G. T. Faircloth, Tampa, commissioned September 17, 1956 
for 2 years. 

C. H. Beale, Jacksonville commissioned October 4, 1956 for 
2 years. 

M. G. Simmons, Fort Myers, commissioned October 4, 1956 
for 2 years. 

SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 

J. G. Strickland, Jacksonville, term expired January 6, 
1955, recommissioned January 25, 1955, until January 6, 1957. 

C. C. Strand, Tampa, term expired March 31, 1955, recom- 
missioned May 11, 1955, until March 31, 1957. 

R. I. Zipperer, Jacksonville, term expired April 27, 1955, 
recommissioned July 20, 1955, until April 27, 1957. 

W. H. Adcock, Tampa, term expired April 19, 1955, recom- 
missioned May 11, 1955, until April 19, 1957. 

Alton Batts, Miami, term expired June 17, 1955, recom- 
missioned July 20, 1955, until June 17, 1957. 

R. I. Granger, Miami, term expired July 28, 1955, recom- 
missioned Sept. 30, 1955 until July 28, 1957. 

J. C. Walker, Jacksonville, term expired November 15, 1955, 
recommissioned December 6, 1955, until November 15, 1957. 

O. M. Spears, Jacksonville, term expired November 12, 
1955, recommissioned December 6, 1955, until November 12, 
1957. 

L. E. Greene, Jacksonville, term expired November 23, 1955, 
recommissioned December 6, 1955, until November 23, 1957. 

A. F. Marshall, Jacksonville, term expired March 18, 1956, 
recommissioned April 10, 1956, until March 19, 1958. 

D. L. Solomon, Jacksonville, term expired March 18, 1956, 
recommissioned April 10, 1956, until March 19, 1958. 

W. R. Owens, Jacksonville, term expired November 4, 1956, 
recommissioned November 30, 1956, until November 4, 1958. 

J. H. Baldwin, Miami, term expired October 29, 1956, re- 
commissioned November 30, 1956, until October 29, 1958. 

C. M. West, Jacksonville, term expired November 4, 1956, 
recommissioned November 30, 1956, until November 4, 1958. 

J. K. Huey, Wildwood, term expired November 4, 1956, re- 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 91 

commissioned November 30, 1956, until November 4, 1958. 

R. E. Davis, Miami, resigned February 14, 1956. 

R. O. Smith, Jacksonville, term expired November 4, 1956, 
recommissioned November 30, 1956, until November 4, 1958. 

J. R. Knight, Tampa, term expired October 10, 1956. 

C. R. Golden, St. Petersburg, term expired November 4, 1956 

E. L. Webb, Tampa, term expired November 4, 1956. 

N. A. Chesser, Tampa, term expired October 10, 1956. 

J. W. Cardwell, Tampa, term expired December 31, 1956. 

Long Garrett, Jacksonville, term expires July 20, 1957. 

G. D. Moran, Jacksonville, term expires July 20, 1957. 

Paul F. Thomas, Jacksonville, commissioned February 8, 
1956 for two years. 

O. P. Scarborough, Tallahassee, term expired September 23, 
1956, recommissioned October 16, 1956, until September 23, 
1958. 

Robert L. Lush, Jacksonville, term expires November 4, 1958. 

FLORIDA EAST COAST 

S. J. Berry, Jacksonville, term expired July 9, 1955, recom- 
missioned July 20, 1955 until July 9, 1957. 

G. S. Nailling, Miami, term expired July 9, 1955, recom- 
missioned July 1, 1955 until July 9, 1957. 

C. G. Wakeley, Jacksonville, term expired August 22, 1955, 
recommissioned August 31, 1955 until August 22, 1957. 

J. P. Anderson, Jacksonville, resigned January 25, 1956. 

Oscar T. Silcox, Jacksonville, term expired June 15, 1956, 
recommissioned July 11, 1956 until June 15, 1958. 

Luther Hall, Jacksonville, term expired July 5, 1956, recom- 
missioned July 26, 1956 until July 5, 1958. 

W. A. Bader, Miami Beach, resigned March 26, 1956. Com- 
misioned July 26, 1956 until July 26, 1958. 

Henry M. Dunton, Jacksonville, commissioned January 31, 
1956 for two years. 

R. M. Mehaffey, Coral Gables, commissioned April 24, 1956 
until April 24, 1958, resigned July 3, 1956. 

L. & N. RAILROAD COMPANY 

J. D. McEachern, Pensacola, conmiissioned April 25, 1955 
until April 25, 1957, resigned June 24, 1955. 



92 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

H. A. Sherman, Pensacola, commissioned April 25, 1955 until 
April 25, 1957, resigned December 6, 1955. 

Wade Creech, Pensacola, commissioned April 25, 1955 until 
April 25, 1957. 

SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 

Wm. E. Carscaddon, Jacksonville, term expired August 17, 
1955, recommissioned August 18, 1955 until August 17, 1957. 

James C. Mixson, Jacksonville, term expired July 16, 1956, 
recommissioned July 12, 1956 until July 16, 1958. 

James H. Hood, Jacksonville, term expired July 22, 1956, 
recommissioned July 12, 1956 until July 22, 1958. 

RAILWAY EXPRESS AGENCY 

Walter R. Scott, Atlanta, term expired April 14, 1955, re- 
commissioned May 25, 1955 until April 14, 1957. 

Marvin Mosley Fisher, Jacksonville, term expired Septem- 
ber 28, 1955, recommissioned July 29, 1955 until September 
28, 1957. 

STRUCTURAL PEST CONTROL BOARD 

W. B. Gresham, Tampa, term expired August 21, 1955 and 
Dempsey R. Sapp, Gainesville, commissioned September 13, 
1955, until August 21, 1958. 

Shelton A. Sossamon, Tampa, term expired August 13, 1956 
and W. J. Horton, Jacksonville, commissioned December 10, 
1956 until August 13, 1959. 

F. Peter Clements, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired September 
13, 1955 and Leon W. Payne, West Palm Beach, commissioned 
September 13, 1955 until September 13, 1958. 

T. Roy Young, Jr., Tampa, term expired September 27, 1956 
and Bernard Kolkana, Miami, commissioned December 20, 
1956 until September 27, 1959. 

R. J. Gordon, Pensacola, term expires August 13, 1957. 

STATE TUBERCULOSIS BOARD 

W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville, term expired March 16, 1956, 
recommissioned June 18, 1956, until March 16, 1960. 

Baya M. Harrison, Jr., St. Petersburg, term expired August 
28, 1956. 

A. G. Holley, Marianna, term expires June 22, 1957. 

Valor L. Logan, Orlando, term expires July 27, 1957. 

Louie Handel, Miami, term expires March 16, 1958. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 93 

FLORIDA STATE TURNPIKE AUTHORITY 

First Congressional District 
W. Howard Frankland, Tampa, removal revoked January 4, 
1955, recommissioned January 5, 1955 until January 10, 1955, 
recommissioned January 20, 1955 until next Senate and con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned July 5, 1955 until 
January 10, 1959. 

Second Congressional District 
Earl P. Powers, Gainesville, reinstated January 4, 1955 and 
resigned January 4, 1955. Charles E. Commander, Jackson- 
ville, commissioned January 5, 1955 until next Senate, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 7, 1955 until 
January 10, 1957. 

Third Congressional District 
Godfrey Smith, Tallahassee, reinstated January 4, 1955 and 
resigned January 4, 1955. Richard H. Simpson, Monticello ex- 
ofRcio Member, (Mbr. State Road Board) 

Fourth Congressional District 
James I. Keller, Jr., Miami, reinstated January 4, 1955 and 
resigned January 4, 1955. Thomas B. Manuel, Ft. Lauderdale, 
commissioned January 5, 1955 until next Senate, confirmed 
by the Senate and recommissioned June 10, 1955 until January 
10, 1956, recommissioned January 25, 1956 until next Senate 
and confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 6, 
1956 until January 10, 1960. 

Fifth Congressional District 
B. Campbell Thornal, Orlando, reinstated January 4, 1955 
and resigned January 4, 1955. William T. Alsop, Ocala, com- 
missioned January 5, 1955 until the next Senate, confirmed by 
the Senate and recommissioned June 20, 1955 until January 
10, 1958. 

COMMISSION FOR THE PROMOTION OF 
UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION 

Warren L. Jones, Jacksonville, term expired June 5, 1955 
and Guy W. Botts, Jacksonville, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 10, 1955 until June 5, 1959. 

James W. Day, Gainesville, term expired June 5, 1955, con- 



94 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 13, 1955 until 
June 5, 1959. 

John D. Harris, Jr., St. Petersburg, term expired June 5, 
1955, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 20, 
1955 until June 5, 1959. 

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS 

(State at Large 
Norton R. Ganger, Miami, term expires August 1, 1958. 

First Congressional District 
V. Ray Judson, Bartow, term expired August 1, 1956. 

Second Congressional District 
Geo. L. Killam, Jacksonville, term expired August 1, 1955. 

Third Congressional District 
W. H. Gates, Tallahassee, term expired August 1, 1956 and 
Nat R. Walker, Tallahassee commissioned September 14, 1956 
until August 1, 1960. 

Fourth Congressional District 
William R. Simonds, Miami, term expires August 1, 1957. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Rupert N. Caviness, Ocala, term expired August 1, 1955. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Claude C. Jones, Arcadia, term expires August 1, 1957. 

STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS 

E. L. Matthews, Palatka, term expired September 21, 1955, 
recommissioned December 14, 1955 until September 21, 1959. 

C. E. Dee, Hollywood, term expired September 26, 1956, 
recommissioned November 2, 1956 until September 26, 1960. 

Richard C. Mann, Ocala, resigned September 27, 1956 and 
Karl R. Owens, Gainesville, commissioned November 7, 1956 
until September 15, 1957. 

WATER RESOURCES STUDY COMMISSION 

James A. Ball, Jr., Belle Glade, commissioned August 29, 
1955 until June 30, 1957. 

B. W. Helvenston, Jr., Live Oak, commissioned September 
1, 1955 until June 30, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 95 

Byron E. Herlong, commissioned November 23, 1955 until 
June 30, 1957. 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

State at Large 
Charles O. Andrews, Jr., Orlando, term expired July 2, 
1956, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 
14, 1956 until July 2, 1960. 

First Congressional District 
Mrs. W. Marion Hendry, Tampa, commissioned January 3, 
1955 until the next Senate. J. Hal Stallings, Tampa, confirmed 
by the Senate and commissioned June 13, 1955 until July 2, 
1958. 

Second Congressional District 
T. R. Connell, Starke, term expired Senate 1955. Dr. E. T. 
Sellers, Jacksonville, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned July 11, 1955 until July 2, 1959. 

Third Congressional District 
J. S. Amos, Milton, term expired Senate 1955. Mrs. F. E. 
Mitchell, Valparaiso, confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 20, 1955 until July 2, 1958. 

Fourth Congressional District 
Mrs. Charles A. Carroll, Miami, term expired July 2, 1955, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned August 26, 1955 
until July 2, 1959. 

Fifth Congressional District 
Paul E. Raymond, Daytona Beach, term expired Senate 
1955. W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 20, 1955 until July 2, 1957. 

Sixth Congressional District 
Christine Edenfield, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired Senate 
1955. H. Drennen Browne, Hollywood, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned June 20, 1955 until July 2, 1958. 

DISTRICT BOARDS OF SOCIAL WELFARE 

District Number One 
John E. Creel, DeFuniak Springs, term expired March 20, 
1955. 



96 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Mrs. F. E. Mitchell, Valparaiso, term expired February 18, 
1956, resigned June 21, 1955 and Mrs. G. W. Adams, Mary 
Esther, commissioned September 1, 1955 until February 18, 
1956. Johnson Hagood Pace, Jr., Fort Walton Beach, com- 
missioned August 27, 1956 until February 18, 1960. 

Mrs. Hugh Adams, DeFuniak Springs, term expired Au- 
gust 5, 1956. 

Mrs. Nathan S. Rubin, Pensacola, term expired October 24, 
1956. 

Taft Ard, Bonifay, term expired November 24, 1956. 

T. L. Riley, Milton, term expires March 23, 1957. 

Mahlon C. McCall, Bagdad, resigned June 5, 1956 and 
John E. Temples, Milton, commissioned June 18, 1956 until 
March 31, 1957. 

Eli Harrell, Chipley, term expires April 13, 1957. 

Fred T. Bennett, Chipley, term expired April 9, 1955; W. T. 
McFatter, Sr., Vernon, commissioned March 28, 1956 until 
April 9, 1959. Declared vacant (Section 409.09 of the State 
Welfare Act) and Ralph C. Carter, Chipley, commissioned 
September 13, 1956 until April 9, 1959. 

Mrs. B. D. Alford, Ponce de Leon, term expires October 
4, 1957. 

Mrs. Cebelle Meigs, Niceville, term expires November 5, 
1957. 

Mrs. Henry E. McLaughlin, Pensacola, term expires Octo- 
ber 1, 1957. 

Mrs. Gwendolyn B. Rogers, Pensacola, commissioned March 
25, 1955 until July 1, 1957. 

J. Earl Johnson, Pensacola, commissioned March 25, 1955 
until September 19, 1958. 

N. E. Brownlee, Pensacola, commissioned March 28, 1955 
until August 29, 1956. 

Rev. Thomas D. Byrne, Panama City, commissioned May 
30, 1955 until January 14, 1958, resigned September 24, 1956 
and Rev. J. B. Davis, Panama City commissioned October 
25, 1956 until January 14, 1958. 

Mrs. John W. Whited, Panama City, commissioned June 30, 
1955 until September 16, 1958, resigned September 24, 1956 
and Christine B. Waterfield, Panama City commissioned Oc- 
tober 11, 1956 until September 16, 1958. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 97 

District Number Two 

Inez Parish, Sumatra, term expired August 17, 1955, re- 
commissioned October 3, 1955, until August 17, 1959. 

Mrs. J. R. Cooksey, Monticello, term expired September 
4, 1955. 

V. L. Cooper, Crawfordville, term expired July 16, 1956. 

Lucille Fuqua, Altha, term expired October 22, 1956. 

Mrs. Mabel B. Moore, Tallahassee, term expired Decem- 
ber 12, 1955. 

Mrs. H. C. Brown, Port St. Joe, term expired September 
10, 1955. 

J. T. Grayson, Blountstown, term expires March 7, 1957. 

Mrs. C. C. Land, Apalachicola, term expired August 20, 
1955. 

D. A. Lambert, Tallahassee, term expires February 4, 1958. 
C. L. Rehwinkle, Crawfordville, term expires August 13, 

1958. 

A. D. Williams, Graceville, term expires March 6, 1958. 

Mrs. Clara Rankin, Bristol, term expires February 5, 1958. 

Mrs. W. N. Faircloth, Quincy, term expires February 12, 
1958. 

Roumelle Bowen, Tallahassee, term expires February 11, 
1958. 

Robert E. Bellows, Port St. Joe, commissioned January 4, 
1955, until February 24, 1958. 

Rev. Tenney I. Deane, Quincy, term expired February 6, 
1956. 

Mrs. Wallace M. McLeod, Monticello, commissioned April 
27, 1955 until February 11, 1958. 

M. A. Durant, Marianna, commissioned July 18, 1955, un- 
til March 5, 1958. 

T. E. Austin, Apalachicola, term expires February 10, 1958. 

District Number Three 

Mrs. L. R. Woodard, Madison, term expired September 6, 
1955, recommissioned February 23, 1956 until September 6, 
1959. 

E. B. Williams, Mayo, term expired October 3, 1955, re- 
commissioned March 26, 1956, until October 3, 1959. 



98 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

J. E. Stell, Williston, term expired October 28, 1955, re- 
commissioned April 10, 1956, until October 28, 1959. 

G. A. Buie, Sr., Lake City, term expired November 8, 

1955, recommissioned August 16, 1956, until November 8, 
1959. 

E. C. McLeod, Shamrock, term expired May 26, 1956. 

W. B. Rowland, Live Oak, resigned April 8, 1955 and Mrs. 
Virginia Engstrom, Live Oak, commissioned April 22, 1955 
until October 6, 1956. 

Mrs. P. D. Sandlin, Jasper, term expired October 15, 1955, 
recommissioned April 2, 1956, until October 15, 1959. 

Clyde C. Roberts, Bell, declared vacant (Section 409.09 of 
the State Welfare Act) and C. W. Roberts, Bell, commis- 
sioned June 13, 1955, until September 25, 1956. 

Mrs. J. A. Stephens, Jennings, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Harold Gilmore, Live Oak, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Mrs. T. E. Taylor, Mayo, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Robert H. Johnson, Trenton, term expires July 30, 1957. 

L. W. Drummond, Chiefland, term expires September 9, 
1957. 

Mrs. Van H. Priest, Madison, term expires April 3, 1958. 

J. W. Mikell, Jr., Cross City, term expires August 21, 
1957. 

A. Chalmers Bowden, Perry, commissioned April 29, 1955 
until March 2, 1958. 

H. W. Wilkes, Perry, commissioned May 4, 1955 until 
March 2, 1958. 

Lena Youmans, Lake City, commissioned August 10, 1955 
until December 1, 1957. 

District Number Four 

Mary Belle Rogers, Brooksville, term expired January 13, 

1956, recommissioned February 20, 1956 until January 13, 
1960. 

Harry E. Graham, New Port Richey, term expired Novem- 
ber 12, 1956. 

Mrs. John M. Phillips, St. Petersburg, term expires July 1, 
1957. 

George B. Wells, Dade City, resigned January 31, 1956 and 
Allen M. Thompson, Dade City, commissioned February 7, 
1958 until November 20, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 99 

Dr. John L. Cooley, Tarpon Springs, term expires Novem- 
ber 10, 1957. 

Mrs. W. A. McMullen, Largo, term expires January 9, 1958. 

George M. Allen, Brooksville, term expires November 12, 
1957. 

William M. MacKenzie, Jr., Dunedin, term expires Au- 
gust 29, 1958. 

Mrs. William Johnstone, St. Petersburg, term expires Sep- 
tember 18, 1958. 

Mrs. Dorothy Sample, St. Petersburg, commissioned April 
25, 1955 until October 12, 1958. 

Mrs. Thelma Sheffield, Floral City, commissioned May 25, 

1955 until November 10, 1957. 

W. Harvey Edwards, Crystal River, commissioned Decem- 
ber 9, 1955 until November 30, 1959. 

Helen B. Toppin, Pass-A-Grille, commissioned January 31, 

1956 until December 7, 1959. 

District Nuinher Five 

Mrs. Jean L. B. Burt, Palatka, term expired July 16, 1955, 
recommissioned November 5, 1956 until July 16, 1959. 

Mrs. J. F. Mercer, Bunnell, term expired October 20, 1955, 
recommissioned November 17, 1955 until October 20, 1959. 

Mrs. Ray V. Wilson, St. Augustine, term expired Decem- 
ber 12, 1955, recommissioned October 22, 1956 until December 
12, 1959. 

Morgan Ashley, Crescent City, term expired December 17, 
1955, recommissioned October 3, 1956 until December 17, 1959. 

James G. Richardson, Gainesville, term expired May 13, 
1956 and Jack McGriff, Gainesville, commissioned October 
11, 1956 until May 13, 1960. 

J. E. Thrasher, Micanopy, term expired May 26, 1956. 

Mrs. Ahce Cason, Raiford, term expired June 9, 1956, re- 
commissioned November 7, 1956 until June 9, 1960. 

Mrs. Douglas G. Fink, Ferandina, moved out of state and 
Mrs. Thomas W. Oliver, Fernandina Beach, commissioned 
April 29, 1955 until July 16, 1956, recommissioned October 
25, 1956 until July 16, 1960. 

Mrs. H. W. Fishier, Fernandina Beach, term expired July 



100 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

16, 1956, recommissioned September 25, 1956 until July 16, 
1960. 

Hoyt B. Cotney, Orange Park, term expired February 8, 
1956, and Edna N. O'Kelley, Orange Park, commissioned Oc- 
tober 22, 1956 until February 8, 1960. 

R. T. Taylor, Worthington, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Maebrooks P. Allen, Macclenny, term expires September 15, 
1957. 

Mrs. William Knabb, Macclenny, term expires September 
15, 1957. 

Mrs. Nell L. Allen, Bunnell, term expires November 1, 
1957. 

Mrs. Edwin H. Andrews, Gainesville, term expires March 
2, 1958. 

Rev. S. E. Sparks, Starke, commissioned April 11, 1955 un- 
til May 7, 1956, recommissioned July 30, 1956 until May 7, 
1960. 

Howell W. Milton, St. Augustine, commissioned April 18, 
1955 until June 14, 1956. A. H. (Gus) Craig, Jr., St. Augus- 
tine, commissioned November 5, 1956 until June 14, 1960. 

Sara George Geiger, Green Cove Springs, commissioned 
July 25, 1955 until November 29, 1958. 

K. G. Duncan, Starke, commissioned August 9, 1956 until 
April 25, 1960. 

District Number Six 

James A. Cranford, Jacksonville, term expired August 21, 
1956, recommissioned September 17, 1956 until August 21, 
1960. 

Ben J. Philips, Jacksonville, resigned September 26, 1955, 
and Mrs. John C. Kirkpatrick, Jacksonville, commissioned Oc- 
tober 3, 1955 until November 19. 1957. 

Fred S. Rizk, Jacksonville, term expires November 12, 
1957. 

Dr. E. I. Carefoot, Jacksonville, commission terminated June 
8, 1955 and Mrs. Alvin Leitman, Jacksonville, commissioned 
July 22, 1955 until December 2, 1957. 

Mrs. Kathryn L. Sweat, Jacksonville, commission termi- 
nated and D. S. Blankenship, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 10, 1955 until November 4, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 101 

James Guy Diffenbaugh, Jacksonville, term expires Novem- 
ber 11, 1957. 

Dr. Charles D. Cooksey, Jacksonville, commissioned during 
military leave of Horace M. Anderson, recommisioned Septem- 
ber 17, 1956 until July 22, 1960. 

Mrs. Frank E. League, Jacksonville, commission terminated 
June 8, 1955 and Roxie Home Merrill, Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned July 8, 1955 until August 1, 1956. Mrs. D. Jeff Faulk- 
ner, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned September 25, 1956 until 
August 1, 1960. 

Mrs. Paul F. Betzold, Jacksonville, commission expires No- 
vember 14, 1957. 

Mrs. Edith M. James, Jacksonville, resigned September 26, 
1955 and Mrs. Walter D. Griffin, Jr., Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned October 3 1955, until December 3, 1958. 

Leo T. Bowles, Jacksonville, term expires December 5, 
1958. 

James G. Harper, Jacksonville, commission terminated June 
8, 1955 and Mrs. Mark Hulsey, Sr., Jacksonville, commissioned 
July 5, 1955 until December 6, 1958. 

Mrs. Joseph B. Abraham, Jacksonville, commissioned Jan- 
uary 3, 1955 until November 18, 1957, commission terminated 
June 8, 1955 and H. Lane Fulenwider, Jacksonville commis- 
sioned July 7, 1955 until November 18, 1957. 

District Number Seven 

M. J. Carleto, Tampa, resigned September 7, 1955 and Her- 
bert E. Robson, Tampa, commissioned September 13, 1955 
until April 16, 1957, resigned August 3, 1956 and Albert W. 
Litschgi, Tampa, commissioned August 16, 1956 until April 
16, 1957. 

John Foy Lee, Turkey Creek, term expires October 7, 1957. 

James C. Hughey, Tampa, term expires August 2, 1957. 

Mrs. Frank S. Cochran, Tampa, term expires September 23, 
1957. 

Dick A. Greco, Tampa, term expires October 6, 1957. 

Rev. Walter B. Passiglia, Tampa, term expires November 
11, 1957. 

J. R. Mynatt, Tampa, term expires September 30, 1957. 

Terrell R. Young, Tampa, term expires September 22, 1957. 



102 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

R. J. Lima, commissioned February 7, 1955 until September 
10, 1958, resigned August 3, 1956 and Edward R. Mack, Tampa, 
commissioned August 9, 1956 until September 10, 1958. 

Fred E. Browning, Plant City, commissioned February 24, 
1955 until September 23, 1957. 

District Number Eight 

Lloyd M. Lilly, Moore Haven, term expired September 16, 
1955, recommissioned January 10, 1957 until September 16, 
1959. 

Mrs. Robert A. Griffis, Marco, term expired September 
30, 1955. 

Paul G. Franklin, Fort Myers, term expired October 18, 
1955 and recommissioned January 9, 1957 until October 18, 
1959. 

Edward J. McCann, Punta Gorda, term expired December 
3, 1955. 

Mabel Ryan, Arcadia, resigned March 5, 1956 and Jean T. 
Dowd, Arcadia commissioned March 26, 1956 until June 4, 
1956. 

Read B. Harding, Arcadia, term expired July 25, 1956, re- 
commissioned September 25, 1956 until July 25, 1960. 

Luda Blanche Seron, Sebring, term expired July 22, 1956. 

Rev. Kenneth R. Bain, Wauchula, term expired Septem- 
ber 20, 1955. 

R. Alvis Reynolds, Bradenton, term expired November 19, 
1956. 

Sam W. Johnston, Fort Myers, term expires December 17, 
1957. 

Otis W. Garland, Wauchula, term expires March 27, 1958. 

Mrs. Joe P. Brown, Immokalee, term expires December 
29, 1957. 

Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Clewiston, term expires January 22, 
1958. 

Mrs. May D. Durrance, Punta Gorda, term expires De- 
cember 29, 1957. 

A. B. Shogren, Sarasota, commissioned April 14, 1955 until 
January 4, 1958. 

Ed. S. Kempton, Sarasota, commissioned April 12, 1955 
until April 12, 1959. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 103 

Charles G. Metcalfe, Avon Park, commissioned July 1, 1955 
until February 18, 1958. 

W. H. Tucker, Bradenton, deceased, and Jessie P. Miller, 
Bradenton, commissioned March 28, 1956 until December 17, 
1957. 

H. I. Robinson, Moore Haven, commissioned April 2, 1956 
until January 7, 1958. 

Mrs. Wade Hampton, LaBelle, term expired November 17, 
1956 and recommissioned January 10, 1957 until November 
17, 1960. 

District Number Nine 

Mrs. L. M. Todd, Miami, vacancy declared July 12, 1955 
and Robert F. Taylor, South Miami, commissioned November 
29, 1955 until March 18, 1956, deceased, and H. L. Gregory, 
Coral Gables, commissioned October 12, 1956 until March 18, 
1960. 

Mrs. Hilda M. Rader, Miami, term expired March 21, 1956, 
recommissioned October 8, 1956 until March 21, 1960. 

Ben Shepard, Hialeah, vacancy declared July 12, 1955 and 
Abraham J. Maloff, Coral Gables, commissioned September 
21, 1955 until March 24, 1956, recommissioned October 3, 1956 
until March 24, 1960. 

Mrs. Charles A. Carroll, Miami, resigned June 27, 1955 and 
Henry Harris Meador, Miami, commissioned July 8, 1955 
until March 24, 1956, recommissioned September 28, 1956 
until March 24, 1960. 

John E. Culmer, Miami, term expired March 24, 1956 and 
Lloma G. Green, Miami, commissioned October 3, 1956 until 
March 24, 1960. 

Lucian L. Renuart, Miami, vacancy declared July 12, 1955 
and Eugene Burns, Hialeah, commissioned January 6, 1956 
until March 20, 1956, recommissioned June 18, 1956 until 
March 20, 1960. 

Mrs. James L. Anderson, Coral Gables, term expired March 
20, 1956, recommissioned October 15, 1956 until March 20, 
1960. 

Mrs. Garland M. Budd, Coral Gables, term expired Octo- 
ber 9, 1956. 

Mrs. Mervin Russell, Key West, term expired January 15, 



104 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

1956, recommissioned February 9, 1956 until January 15, 1960. 

George J. Jones, Miami, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Mrs. John A. Baker, Miami, resigned August 10, 1956. 

Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Homestead, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Mrs. Louis Glasser, Miami Beach, term expires July 1, 
1957. 

Rev. Lloyd Whyte, Miami, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Mrs. Frank B. Dowling, Miami, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Coral Gables, term expires July 1, 
1957. 

Harry Zukernick, Miami Beach, term expires July 1, 1957. 

Thomas B. Duff, Miami, term expires October 12, 1958. 

Reubin Clein, Miami Beach, commissioned January 3, 1955 
until August 8, 1958, commission revoked January 17, 1955 
and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Miami Beach, commissioned Jan- 
uary 24, 1955 until August 8, 1958. 

Sidney H. Palmer, Miami, term expires July 20, 1958. 

Ralph W. Rogers, Key West, commissioned May 26, 1955 
until August 3, 1958. 

Thomas J. Wood, Miami, commissioned October 3, 1956 
until July 11, 1958. 

District Number Ten 

J. W. Berry, Stuart, term expired October 3, 1955, Grover 
C. King, Stuart, commissioned December 7, 1955 until October 
3, 1959. 

Annie M. Nobles, Fort Pierce, term expired September 5, 
1955, recommissioned February 6, 1956 until September 5, 
1959. 

L L. Decker, Stuart, term expired October 22, 1955 and 
Andrew O. Pittman, Jr., Stuart, commissioned November 30, 
1955 until October 22, 1959. 

Mrs. Frank M. Bradley, Fort Pierce, term expired October 
3, 1955 and recommissioned February 7, 1956 until October 
3, 1959. 

Joseph F. Reilly, Vero Beach, resigned May 5, 1955 and 
Mrs. Clark S. Rice, Vero Beach, commissioned July 7, 1955 
until May 13, 1957. 

Mary Lee Christopher, Okeechobee, term expired August 
13, 1956. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 105 

Mrs. Hiram Raulerson, Okeechobee, term expired October 
6, 1955, recommissioned December 7, 1955 until October 6, 
1959. 

Mrs. Marguerite W. Pruitt, Deerfield Beach, term expired 
November 22, 1955, and James K. Pownall, Ft. Lauderdale, 
commissioned December 16, 1955 until November 22, 1959. 

Mrs. Mary Hodges, Hollywood, term expires February 18, 
1958. 

Mrs. Mary W. McEwen, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires Oc- 
tober 20, 1957. 

Doyle Morgan, Delray Beach, resigned April 16, 1956 and 
Muriel Hirsch Pick, Palm Beach, commissioned May 17, 1956 
until May 21, 1958. 

Mrs. George S. Woodward, West Palm Beach, term expires 
June 10, 1958. 

Mrs. Doris Sasser, West Palm Beach, term expires May 15, 
1958. 

Thomas E. Penick, West Palm Beach, term expires March 
31. 1958. 

Mrs. Lucille Turnage, West Palm Beach, resigned Septem- 
ber 18, 1956 and Helen R. Tedder, West Palm Beach, commis- 
sioned October 5, 1956 until March 4, 1958. 

Mrs. Anne Keen, Vero Beach, commissioned November 21, 

1955 until May 23, 1958. 

Harry A. Sorenson, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned December 
8, 1955 until July 11, 1958, resigned September 25, 1956 and 
Curtin R. Coleman, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned October 3, 

1956 until July 11, 1958. 

District Number Eleven 

B. J. Langston, Lakeland, term expired September 7, 1955. 

Kingswood Sprott, Lake Wales, term expired December 9, 
1956. 

Carolyn B. Brown, Mt. Dora, term expires July 12, 1957. 

Mrs. T. Noble Brown, Webster, term expires September 14, 
1957. 

Mrs. R. F. E. Cooke, Leesburg, term expires July 24, 1957. 

John W. Calvin, Winter Haven, term expires November 2, 
1957. 



106 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Mrs. Bess O'Neill, Lakeland, term expires November 3, 
1957. 

Jessie Mae Boring, Wildwood, term expires June 23, 1958. 

Henry Gatrell, Fairfield, term expires March 21, 1958. 

Wm. P. Tomasello, Bartow, commissioned April 15, 1955 
until November 3, 1956. 

Merrill M. Shaw, commissioned October 22, 1956 until June 
21, 1958. 

District Number Twelve 

Dr. Charles H. Damsel, Apopka, resigned April 7, 1955 
and Mrs. Ruth Leedy, Winter Park, commissioned April 18, 
1955 until December 19, 1955. 

H. L. Webb, St. Cloud, term expired February 6, 1956. 

George W. Morgan, Oviedo, term expired May 5, 1956. 

Frank L. McCabe, Daytona Beach, resigned April 1, 1955 
and Hayward B. Brown, Daytona Beach, commissioned April 
21, 1955 until November 11, 1957. 

Paul Fearington, DeLand, term expires November 22, 1957. 

George I. Fullerton, New Smyrna Beach, term expires De- 
cember 1, 1957. 

Mrs. W. A. Pattishall, Orlando, term expires November 22, 
1957. 

W. F. Cappleman, Winter Garden, term expires November 
19, 1957. 

Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Kissimmee, term expires November 20, 
1957. 

Ellis E. Lewis, Cocoa, term expires April 25, 1958. 

W. O. B. Chittenden, Titusville, vacancy declared by Board 
and Betty M. Henderson, Titusville, commissioned February 
2, 1956 until January 7, 1957. 

T. E. Triplett, Orlando, resigned June 14, 1955 and Robert 
S. Chapman, Orlando, commissioned June 23, 1955 until No- 
vember 25, 1957. 

Mrs. Mary Holler, Sanford, commissioned April 27, 1955, 
until March 6, 1957. 

W. L. Sharkey, Orlando, commissioned April 25, 1955 un- 
til August 30, 1958. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 107 

COUNTY ELECTIVE OFFICES 

COUNTY OFFICERS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE FIRST TUESDAY 

AFTER FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1957 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND MEMBERS COUNTY BOARD 

OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE 

FIRST TUESDAY AFTER FIRST MONDAY IN 

JANUARY, 1957 AND 1959, AND COUNTY 

APPOINTIVE OFFICERS 

ALACHUA 

COUNTY SEAT GAINESVILLE 

County Judge— H. H. McDonald. 

Sheriff — Frank M. Sexton, resigned April 19, 1955 and Joe M. 

Crevasse, Jr., commissioned April 22, 1955 until January 

8, 1957. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George E. Evans. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude M. Franks. 

Tax Collector — Shellie McKinney. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Paul Peters. 

County Surveyor — Perry C. McGriff. 

County Attorney — Osee R. Fagan. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sue Simpson. 

Judge Small Slaims Court — T. Allen Crouch. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No.l— J. M. Galbraith, High Springs. 

District No. 2 — Jack Durrance, Gainesville. 

District No. 3 — J. O. Todd, Gainesville. 

District No. 4 — W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 

District No. 5 — R. R. King, Gainesville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. A. Goode, Alachua. 
District No. 2 — Anna Beth Pierson, Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — W. N. Barry, Newberry. 
District No. 4 — Ralph Stoutamire, Gainesville. 
District No. 5 — G. Hugh Williams, Island Grove. 

JURY COMMISSION 

C. S. Brooking, Gainesville, commissioned February 20, 1956 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958. 
J. S. Reaves, Gainesville, commissioned February 20, 1956 until 



108 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ALACHUA COUNTY 
PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

James G. Richardson, Gainesville, commissioned December 

31, 1956 for one year. 
Earl Hardee, Gainesville, commissioned December 31, 1956 

for two years. 
G. G. Kirkpatrick, Gainesville, commissioned December 28, 

1956 for three years. 
Dan Byrd, Gainesville, commissioned December 28, 1956 for 

four years. 
Noel F. Megahee, Alachua, commissioned January 7, 1957 for 

one year. 

BAKER 

COUNTY SEAT MACCLENNY 

County Judge — J. C. Lyons 

Sheriff — Asa Coleman, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Joe Dobson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — B. F. Jones. 

Tax Collector — T. J. Raulerson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Edgar Crawford. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur Combs. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy H. Harvey, Sanderson. 
District No. 2 — B. H. Rowe, Macclenny. 
District No. 3 — H. F. Powers, Macclenny. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Godwin, Sanderson. 
District No. 5— E. S. Pierce, Glen St. Mary. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Vessie Thrift, Macclenny. 

District No. 2— Lester Crews, Glen St. Mary. 

District No. 3 — Violet S. Dobson, Olustee. 

District No. 4 — J. E. McCormick, Glen St. Mary, resigned 

Sept. 17, 1956 and Tommy Eraser, commissioned September 

25, 1956 until Jan. 8 ,1957. 
District No. 5— W. M. Knabb, Macclenny. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— M. C. Brown, Macclenny. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — Earn Barton, Macclenny. 

BAKER COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

W. Frank Wells, Macclenny, Re-Commissioned December 14, 

1954 until Dec. 9, 1958. 
D. J. Jones, Glen St. Mary, term expires December 9, 1957. 
J. F. Morris, Macclenny, term expires December 9, 1957. 

BAY 

COUNTY SEAT PANAMA CITY 

County Judge — Joseph W. Bailey. 

Sheriff— M. J. Daffin. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. S. Weaver, resigned December 31, 

1956 and Bruce Collins commissioned January 1, 1957 until 
County Assessor of Taxes — Gerald Conrad. 

January 8, 1957. 
Tax Collector — A G. Appelberg. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas E. Smith. 
Supervisor of Registration — J. B. Mashburn. 
Judge Small Claims Court — D. C. Suggs. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1—M. B. Miller, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — Burton H. Clark, Panama City. 
District No. 3— J. R. Miller, Bay Harbor. 
District No. 4 — John Pitts, Panama City. 
District No. 5— B. V. Buchanan, West Bay. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. Crawford Mosley, Panama City. 
District No. 2— Olen E. Hobbs, Panama City. 
District No. 3— T. P. Haney, Panama City. 
District No. 4 — H. A. Brown, Panama City. 
District No. 5 — Charles E. Collins, Panama City. 

HARBOR MASTER 

J. N. Arnold, Panama City; term expired July 1, 1955 con- 
firmed by Senate and recommisioned July 1, 1955 until 
July 1, 1957. 



110 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

C. M. Harris, Panama City, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 13, 1955 until June 14, 1957. 

T. W. Smith, Panama City, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
missioned June 20, 1955 until June 14, 1957. 

John C. McMullen, Panama City, confirmed by the Senate 
and Commissioned June 15, 1955 until June 14, 1957. 

Fred Gainer, Panama City, confirmed by the Senate and com- 
misisoned June 29, 1955 until June 14, 1957. 

Jack W. Corbitt, Panama City, confirmed by the Senate and 
Commissioned July 28, 1955 until June 14, 1957. 

BAY COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

James I. Hentz, Jr., Panama City, resigned June 13, 1955 and 
T. E. Gilbert, Panama City, commissioned July 7, 1955 until 
November 22, 1955, recommissioned March 7, 1956 until 
November 22, 1959. 

Frank W. Mize, Panama City, term expired November 17, 
1956 and H. N. Tillman, Panama City, commissioned Novem- 
ber 21, 1956 until November 17, 1960. 

H. Savely McQuagge, Panama City, term expires November 
22, 1957. 

L. E. Merriam, Jr., Panama City, term expires November 17, 
1957. 

Mrs. J. B. Lahan, Panama City, commissioned January 3, 1955 
until November 22, 1958. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE 
GULF MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

H. A. Hinson, Panama City, commissioned June 19, 1956 until 
January 1, 1957. 

Joe M. Bell, Panama City Beach, commissioned July 23, 1956 
until January 1, 1957. 

Grier C. Barnhart, Panama City Beach, commissioned Sep- 
tember 13, 1956 until January 1, 1957. 

OYSTER REHABILITATION COMMISSION 

Earl R. Allen, Panama City, commissioned May 18, 1954, for 

four years. 
W. C. Miller, South Port, commissioned May 18, 1954 for four 

years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 111 

W. X. Pate, West Bay, commissioned May 18, 1954, for four 
years. 

BRADFORD 

COUNTY SEAT STARKE 

County Judge — Theorn A. Yawn. 

Sheriff— P. D. Reddish. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Charles A. Darby. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Gene Long. 

Tax Collector— J. R. Kelly. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harmon P. Morgan. 

County Surveyor — Harry A. Anthony. 

Supervisor of Registration — Marian L. Crosby. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carl Prevatt, Lawtey. 
District No. 2— E. L. Crawford, Starke. 
District No. 3 — H. A. Bishop, Jr., Starke. 
District No. 4 — Jessie R. Chastain, Hampton. 
District No. 5— M. O. Harrell, Brooker. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Dan W. Starling, Lawtey. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Brown, Starke. 
District No. 3 — Ethan A. Sapp, Lake Butler. 
District No. 4 — Leonard T. Johns, Hampton. 
District No. 5 — H. A. Lawson, Starke. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1—F. C. Hodges, Starke. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. L. Silcox, Starke. 
District No. 8— Felix M. Sullivan, Starke. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL 
CORPORATION 

Mrs. Louise H. Kite, Starke; term expires Dec. 30, 1957. 
J. M. Edwards, Starke, term expires Dec. 30, 1957. 
J. K. Douglas, Starke, terms expires Dec. 30, 1958. 
Cecil R. Whitehead, Lawtey; term expires December 31, 1955, 
recommissioned August 29, 1956 until December 31, 1959. 
Charles Hardy, Starke, term expires Jan. 5, 1957. 



112 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

BREVARD 

COUNTY SEAT TITUSVILLE 

County Judge — Virgil B. Conkling. 

Sheriff— H. T. Williams. 

Clerk Circuit Court — G. M. Simmons. 

County Assessor of Taxes — M. J. (Joe) Edwards. 

Tax Collector— J. D. Nash. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Woodrow J. Darden. 

County Surveyor — Frank P. Schuster. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. D. W. Carlile. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Samuel A. Harper. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. A. Dunn, Mims. 

District No. 2— D. S. Nisbet, Merritt Island. 

District No. 3— Max K. Rodes, Melbourne. 

District No. 4 — Curtis R. Barnes, Cocoa. 

District No. 5 — Joe H. Wickham, Eau Gallie. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Robert H. Hudson, Titusville. 
District No. 2 — Stuart A. Clark, Cocoa. 
District No. 3 — Aubrey R. Bates, Eau Gallie. 
District No. 4 — Dale P. Jacobus, Melbourne. 
District No. 5 — Elsie B. LaRoche, Cocoa. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVAGATION DISTRICT 

W. J. Creel, Eau Gallie; term expires January, 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— H. G. Forrester, Titusville. 
District No. 6— J. William Woodson, Eau Gallie. 
District No. 16— W. B. Kyzer, Mims. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — H. G. Benzenhafer, Melbourne. 
District No. 6— T. W. Harland, Melbourne. 
District No. 16— Owen W. Marr, Mims. 

MEMBERS CANAVERAL PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — A. A. Dunn, Mims; term expires Jan. 1959. 
District No. 2 — W. O. B, Chittenden, Titusville; term expires 
Jan., 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 113 

District No. 3 — Mayo Hill, Cocoa; term expires Jan., 1959. 
District No. 4 — G. W. Laycock, Rockledge; term expires Jan., 

1957. 
District No. 5 — Kelly L. Brinson, Merritt Island; term expires 

Jan., 1959. 

BREVARD COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Mrs. Ellsworth Morgan, Eau Gallie, term expired May 26, 

1956 and Mrs. L Victor Coleman, Eau Gallie, commissioned 

October 11, 1956 until May 26, 1960. 
Anne R. Gaertner, Cocoa Beach, term expires July 22, 1957. 
Minnie R. Williams, Titusville, term expired May 11, 1956 and 

Mrs. E. H. Ashcraft, Titusville, commissioned August 24, 

1956 until May 11, 1960. 

William Fenner, Melbourne, term expired August 26, 1955. 
Mrs. Louise Copelan Gibbons, Cocoa, term expires September 

24, 1957. 

BROWARD 

COUNTY SEAT FORT LAUDERDALE 

County Judge — Boyd H. Anderson. 

Sheriff— Amos H. Hall. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Frank H. Marks. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — W. E. Bunch, Jr. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — W. T. Kennedy. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Emmerson AUsworth. 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. O. Hansen. 

Tax Collector— W. H. Meeks, Jr. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — O. K. Phillips. 

Supervisoor of Registration — Mrs. Easter L. Gates. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Dorr S. Davis. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Charles F. Goggin, Jr. 

Judge Court of Crimes — Thomas F, Tompkins, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Richard T. GaUion, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 2 — H. Vivian Saxon, Pompano Beach. 

District No. 3 — Henry J. Driggers, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 4 — Tony Salvino, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 5 — J. Herbert Burke, Hollywood. 



114 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. W. Parrish, Pompano Beach. 

District No. 2 — John E. Patton, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 3 — John O. Calvin, Hollywood. 

District No. 4 — Paul E. Turner, Dania. 

District No. 5 — Robert E. Ferris, Fort Lauderdale. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

R. T. Spangler, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired Jan. 8, 1957. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1. — W. Bruce Gaskin, Deerfield Beach 

District No. 2 — Dwight W. Miller, Pompano Beach. 

District No. 4— Ted P. Galatis, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 6 — Leonard H. Brook, Dania. 

District No. 7 — Paul Bultman, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 8 — William J. Young, Hollywood, resigned No- 
ember 4, 1955, and Milton E. DeVoe, Hollywood, commission- 
ed December 8, 1955, until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 9— H. E. Bouldin, Hallandale. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Andrew M. Brown, Deerfield Beach. 

District 2 — Virgil Wright, Pompano Beach. 

District No. 3 — H. Layton Mainguy, Oakland Park, resigned 
November 4, 1955. 

District No. 4 — Robert G. Phillips, Ft. Lauderdale, resigned 
November 10,1955, and Robert T. Adams, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, 
commissioned December 9, 1955, until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 6— Cleo K. Phillips, Dania. 

District No. 7— Frank D. Bennett, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District No. 8 — F. D. Johansen, Hollywood. 

District No. 9— A. P. Hilliard, Hallandale. 

District No. 8 — Deputy Constable, Jack Lustgarden, Holly- 
wood, commissioned May 29, 1953, until January 8, 1957. 

MEMBERS BROWARD COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

Paul M. Ryle, Hollywood, term expires January 8, 1957. 
Geo. W. Kelly, Dania, term expires January 8, 1957. 
John W. Bell, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires January 8, 1957. 
R. B. Walker, Hollywood, commissioned October 24, 1955, until 
January 8, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 115 

Chester A Watkins, commissioned October 28, 1955 until Jan. 
8, 1957. 

MEMBER NAPOLEON B. BROWARD DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

Joe D. Loper, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires January 8, 1957. 
Jim Durden, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires January 8, 1957. 
J. E. Ousley, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires January 8, 1957. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE SOUTH BROWARD 
HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

District 1 — D. M. Jordan, Dania, term expires July 21, 1958. 
District 2 — Sidney S. Holland, Hollywood, term expired March 

10, 1956 and recommissioned March 20, 1956 until March 10, 

1960. 
District 3 — Hilbert C. Schwartz, Hallandale, term expires 

March 25, 1958. 
District 4 — Walter Stirling, Davie, term expired April 2, 1956, 

recommissioned August 6, 1956 until April 2, 1960. 
District 5 — Henry D. Perry, Hollywood, term expires May 24, 

1958. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE NORTH BROWARD 
HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

District 1 — G. Russell French, Hillsboro Beach, term expired 

December 13, 1956 and C. Keith Padgett, Pompano Beach, 

commissioned December 31, 1956 until December 13, 1960. 
District 2 — Fred W. Applegate, Pompano Beach, resigned 

December 19, 1956 and Hugh D. Stillman, Pompano Beach, 

commissioned January 9, 1957 until May 7, 1958. 
District 3. — James C. Dean, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired July 

13, 1955, recommissioned October 10, 1955 until July 13, 1959. 
District 4 — C. A. Watkins, Ft. Lauderdale, resigned July 15, 

1955 and Wyatt B. Hodges, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned 

August 8, 1955 until June 29, 1957. 
District 5 — George Scheigert, Ft. Lauderdale, term expired 

July 20, 1955 and recommissioned July 25, 1955 until July 20, 

1959. 
District 6 — John D. Easterlin, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires 

June 27, 1957. 
District 7 — William J. Kelley, Ft. Lauderdale, term expires 

June 29, 1957. 



116 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Genevieve M. Ryan, Dania, commissioned January 19, 1955 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

Bruce B. Blount, Pompano Beach, commissioned February 2, 
1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957, 

C. J. Atwater, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned January 2, 1956 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958. 

MEMBER, BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE EVERGLADES 
FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Harry A. Earle, Ft. Lauderdale, commissioned August 19, 1954 
until the next Senate. 

CALHOUN 

COUNTY SEAT — BLOUNTSTOWN 

County Judge — Hanna B. Gaskin. 

Sheriff— George C. Guilford. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Peacock. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. K. Musgrove. 

Tax Collector— J. Drew Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Lewis Bailey. 

Supervisor of Registration — Sidney Parrish. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Woodrow Aultman, Blountstown. 
District No. 2— Albert Tindel, Altha. 
District No. 3— C. W. Shelton, Rt. 2, Altha. 
District No. 4 — Ben H. Stone, Jr., Kinard. 
District No. 5 — D. M. Cox, Blountstown. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Raymond Branton, Blountstown. 
District No. 2— Earl F. McFarland, Blountstown. 
District No. 3 — Preston Nichols, Altha. 
District No. 4.— R. B. Wells, Blountstown. 
District No. 5 — J. H. Bamburg, Clarksville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. T. Glass, Blountstown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jonah Barfield, Blountstown, deceased and 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 117 

Ralph Horne, Blountstown, commissioned July 16, 1956 until 
Jan. 8, 1957. 

CHARLOTTE 

COUNTY SEAT PUNTA GORDA 

County Judge — John T. Rose, Jr. 

Sheriff — Fred Quednau. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Helen Wotitzky. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude Roberts. 

Tax Collector— Mrs. E. B. Yeager. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Homer L. Jones. 

County Attorney — Earl D. Farr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. V. King. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — Edward L. Gerson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Frank O. Wilkins, Cleveland. 
District No. 2 — Shuby E. Locklear, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 3 — Vasco Peeples, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 4— H. S. O'Neil, Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 5— Matt Weeks, Punta Gorda. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. S. Hancock, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 2 — L. A. Ainger, Engelwood. 

District No. 3— J. T. Manning, Punta Gorda. 

District No. 4 — Elmer Silcox, Punta Gorda, resigned July 5, 

1956 and James A. McCullough, Punta Gorda, commissioned 

July 10, 1956 until Jan. 8, 1957. 
District No. 5 — Mary L. Watson, Punta Gorda. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Harry R. Goulding, Punta Gorda. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Paul G. Rasch, Punta Gorda. 

CITRUS 

COUNTY SEAT INVERNESS 

County Judge — O. Frank Scofield. 

Sheriff — Burton R. Quinn. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Francis "Cowboy" Williams. 



118 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

County Assessor of Taxes — Hugh C. Barco. 

Tax Collector — E. Van Anderson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Roger Weaver, resign- 
ed August 1, 1956 and Harry K. Buie, commissioned Aug. 6, 
1956 until Jan. 8, 1957. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ernest C. Johnston. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Clyde Williams, Crystal River. 

District No. 2 — Clyde Byrd, Homosassa. 

District No. 3 — W. A. Bellamy, Hernando. 

District No. 4 — James E. Rooks, Brooksville. 

District No. 5 — Norman P. Savary, Inverness. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Emma E. Bellah, Hernando. 
District No. 2 — Ernest Hay, Crystal River. 
District No. 3 — Flossie L. Bassett, Floral City. 
District No. 4 — Clifford K. Harmon, Homosassa. 
District No. 5 — H. L. Connell, Inverness. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — Nicholas J. Solyer, Hernando. 
District No. 4 — Folke Becker, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — S. O. Porter, Inverness. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — W. G. Bertine, Dunellon. 

District No. 2 — John J. Brown, Crystal River. 

District No. 3— L. E. Miley, Hernando. 

District No. 4— Clyde Peters, Floral City. 

District No. 5 — J. Wallace Cooper, Inverness. 

CITRUS COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

John H. Wiliams, Crystal River, term expires July 7, 1956. 
George H. Brannen, Inverness, term expires July 5, 1957. 
Elmo Reed, Homosassa Sprigs, term expired July 8, 1955, re- 
commissioned August 15, 1955 until July 8, 1959. 
William L. Spivey, Floral City, term expires July 8, 1958. 
Ben W. Jones, Inverness, term expired July 11, 1953. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 119 

CITRUS COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Gail M. Osterhout, Inverness, commissioned March 1, 1955 

until January 8, 1957. 
James W. Harmon, Inverness, commissioned March 1, 1955 

until January 8, 1957. 
Brown Dumas, Crystal River, commissioned March 8, 1955 

until January 8, 1957. 

BOARD OF THE TSALA APOPKA BASIN RECREATION AND 
WATER CONSERVATION AND CONTROL AUTHORITY 

N. B. Spires, Hernando, term expired Senate 1956, confirmed 
by the Senate and recommissioned August 24, 1956 until 
June 11, 1960. 

Frank H. Leslie, Inverness, term expired Senate 1956, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommisisoned August 8, 1956 
until June 19, 1959. 

E. A. Zellner, Floral City, term expired Senate 1956, confirm- 
ed by the Senate and recommissioned October 3, 1956 until 
June 25, 1958. 

CLAY 

COUNTY SEAT GREEN COVE SPRINGS 

County Judge — Thomas J. Rivers. 

Sheriff— J. P. Hall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — R. L. Tilley, resigned Jan. 1, 1957, and 

George L. Carlisle, commissioned Jan. 1, 1957 until Jan. 8, 

1957. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Claude H. Smith. 
Tax Collector — E. Wayne Geiger. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Hirris C. Long. 
Supervisor of Registration — L. E. Wilson. 
Judge Small Claims Court — J. C. Sapp, Green Cove Springs. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Marlin J. Harris, Green Cove Springs. 

District No. 2 — Walter Odum, Doctors Inlet. 

District No. 3 — Arthur Hatcher, Middleburg. 

District No. 4. — O. J. Murrhee, Keystone Heights. 

District No. 5 — Jay Daniels, Green Cove Springs, 



120 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — C. M. Burkhalter, Sr., Penny Farms. 
District No. 2 — W. Ernest Cherry, Doctors Inlet. 
District No. 3 — Frances W. Morgan, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 4 — Jack Wilkinson, Maxville. 
District No. 5 — LeRoy Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — James Rushton, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — Joel L. Stephens, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — Charles B. Frisbee, Middleburg. 
District No. 4 — Bernard E. Firth, Jr., Keystone Heights. 
District No. 5 — P. A. Bullay, Green Cove Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — Carl E. Mosely, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — Irving Padgett, Middleburg. 
District No. 4— W. F. Cooley, Starke. 
District No. 5 — Joe Herbert, Green Cove Springs. 

CLAY COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

District 1 — F. Ion Robinson (named in act) term expires July 
12, 1959. 

District 2 — W. A. Jansen, (named in act) term expires July 
12, 1957. 

District 3 — L. E. Gnann, (named in act) term expires July 12, 
1959, resigned January 20, 1956 and Minnie Lou Clark, Mid- 
dleburg, commissioned February 6, 1956 until July 12, 1959. 

District 4 — G. E. Wiggins, (named in act) term expires July 
12, 1957. 

District 5 — J. Hoyle Brown, (named in act) term expires July 
12, 1959. 

COLLIER 

COUNTY SEAT EVERGLADES 

County Judge — S. S. Jolley. 

Sherifle— Roy O. Atkins. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edmund F. Scott. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. W. McLeod. 

Tax Collector — A. P. Ayers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. D. Reynolds. 



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Supervisor of Registration — G. C. Luther. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Walter G. Sorokoty. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. M. Davidson, Everglades. 

District No. 2 — W. J. Janes, Copeland. 

District No. 3— R. A. Griffis, Marco. 

District No. 4 — James Lorenzo Walker, Naples. 

District No. 5 — Ewell F. Moore, Immokalee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Charles L. Strandberg, Everglades. 
District No. 2 — Clyde L. Clifton, Everglades. 
District No. 3— Elva B. Griffis, Marco. 
District No. 4 — Geraldine C. Smith, Naples. 
District No. 5— W. M. Littlefield, Immokalee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Paul E. Buyers, Everglades. 
District No. 3 — John A. Pulling, Naples. 
District No. 4 — O. W. Hancock, Immokalee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — LeRoy Echols, Naples. 
District No. 4 — Joe P. Brown, Immokalee. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADE FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
W. D. Roberts, Immokalee; term expired Senate 1955. 

MEMBERS BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

District No. 1 — J. J. Gormican, Everglades; term expires Dec. 

9, 1957. 

District No. 2 — H. L. Pettit, Copeland; term expires Dec. 9 

1957. 

District No. 3 — T. Kelly Gantt, Marco; term expires Dec. 9, 

1957. 

District No. 4 — C. A. Tuell, Naples; term expires Dec. 9, 1957. 

District No. 5 — Joe W, Smith, Immokalee; term expires Dec. 

9, 1957. 

NAPLES MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Lovell C. Meadors, Jr., Naples; term expires Jan., 1959. 



122 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

E. L. Bowling, Naples; term expires Jan., 1959. 
Cale H. Jones, Naples; term expires Jan., 1959. 

COLUMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT — LAKE CITY 

County Judge — G. A. Buie, Jr. 

Sheriff— Ralph P. Witt. 

Clerk Circuit Court— G. W. Robarts. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Lonnie M. Pearce. 

Tax Collector — Alvin C. Hosford. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Albert H, Rumph. 

County Attorney — W. Joe Ferguson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Norman H. Miller. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Milo I. Thomas, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1.— P. M. Sandlin, Lake City. 

District No. 2 — Van Geiberg, Lake City. 

District No. 3— J. Henry Melton, Lake City. 

District No. 4— R. P. Dicks, Lake City. 

District No. 5 — Robert F. Bedenbaugh, Lake City. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Israel E. Hunter, Lake City. 

District No. 2— A. B. Fielding, Ft. White. 

District No. 3 — L. J. Arnold, Jr., Lake City. 

District No. 4 — Wallace A. Bailey, Lulu. 

District No. 5 — X. L. Lindsey, Lake City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 — J. B. Sparkman, Ft. White, commissioned May 

12, 1955 until Jan. 8, 1957. 
District No. 10 — Leonard F. Colson, Sr., Lake City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6— John Martin, Ft. White. 
District No. 10 — Harry K. Roberts, Lake City. 

LAKE SHORE HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

Russell Wade, Lake City, commisioned July 20, 1955 for term 
of 1 year and Leon E. Summers, Lake City, commissioned 
December 3, 1956 until July 20, 1960. 



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D. B. Odom, Lake City, commissioned August 1, 1955 for two 

years. 
J. A. Fields, Lake City, commissioned July 20, 1955 for 3 years. 
H. G. Cochran, Jr., Lake City, commissioned July 20, 1955 for 

4 years. 
George Collins, Fort White, commissioned July 25, 1955 for 

4 years. 

DADE 

County Judge — W. F. Blanton. 

County Judge — Frank B. Dowling. 

Sheriff — Thomas J. Kelley. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. B. Leatherman. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — W. Cecil Watson, resigned 
February 28, 1955, and J. F. McCracken, commisioned 
February 28, 1955, until January 8, 1957. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Ben C. Willard. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — John D. Marsh, resigned 
November 1, 1956, and A. C. Dressier, commissioned Novem- 
ber 1, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

County Assessor of Taxes, John A. Gautier. 

Tax Collector — Earnest Overstreet. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — W. R. Thomas. 

County Surveyor — Harold A. Schuler, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Carl Holmer, Jr. 

Purchasing Agent — Wm. D. Joyce. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Raymond G. Nathan. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Sidney L. Segall. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. H. Yarborough, Miami. 
District No. 2— Hugh Peters, Miami. 
District No. 3—1. D. Mac Vicar, Miami. 
District No. 4 — Preston B. Bird, Miami. 
District No. 5 — Grant Stockdale, Miami. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— R. S. Butler, Miami. 

District No. 2 — Mrs. Helene J. Vosloh, Miami Springs. 

District No. 3 — C. Raymond Van Dusen, Miami. 



124 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 4 — E. L, AUsworth, Miami. 

District No. 5 — Anna Brenner Meyers, Miami Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Hugh F. DuVal, Jr., Miami. 

District No. 2 — Francis J. Christie, Miami. 

District No. 3 — Ruth Linda Sutton, Coral Gables. 

District No. 4 — Sylvester P. Adair, Homestead. 

District No. 5 — Kenneth Oka, Miami Beach, 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. M. Hudson, Miami. 
District No. 2 — George F. Rogers, Miami. 
District No. 3 — Thelma R. Hardison, Miami. 
District No. 4 — George E. Wright, Miami. 
District No. 5 — Leonard Tobin, Miami. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

C. Robert Gardner, Miami, deceased and J. A. Guy ton, com- 
missioned May 27, 1955, until January 6, 1959. 

CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER OF THE JUVENILE AND 
DOMESTIC RELATIONS COURT 

W. Ira Hazlett, Miami, term expired December 8, 1955, recom- 
missioned Decem.ber 8, 1955, until December 8, 1959. 

PROBATION AND PAROLE OFFICER 

R. B. Eavenson, Miami, term expired July 6, 1955, recomis- 
sioned July 6, 1955, until July 6, 1959. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

((Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Cason Ives, Ojus, term expired Senate of 1955. 

DADE COUNTY JURY COMMISSIONERS 

I. M. Weinstein, Miami, commissioned January 18, 1955, until 
January 8, 1957. 

Tom J. Lummus, Miami, term expired January 1956, and T. 
V. Moore, commissioned February 6, 1956, until first Tues- 
day after first Monday in January 1958. 

JUVENILE COURT AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS 

Judge — Walter H. Beckham, Miami, term expires July 3, 1957. 
Judge — W. R. Culbreath, Miami, commissioned June 29, 1955, 
until January 8, 1957. 



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CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — David J. Heffernan, Miami, term expires January 15, 

1958. 
Judge — Norman Hendry, Miami, term expires August 5, 1957. 
Judge — John C. Wynn, Miami, term expired July 11, 1955; 

J. Tillman Pearson, commissioned July 11, 1955, until July 

11, 1959. 
Judge — John R. Blanton, Miami, commissioned July 28, 1955, 

until July 28, 1959. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Faris N. Cowart, Miami, term expired December 2, 1955, and 
Julian M. Fernandez, Miami, commissioned December 14, 
1955, until Next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and re- 
commissioned August 13, 1956, until December 2, 1959. 

Robert M. Ludwig, Miami Beach, term expired October 25, 
1955, and J. B. Tompkins, Miami Beach, commissioned De- 
cember 12, 1955, until Next Senate, confirmed by the Senate 
and recommissioned August 13, 1956, until October 25, 1959. 

George R. Headley, Miami, term expired November 5, 1955, 
and R. Hardy Matheson, Miami, commissioned December 
14, 1955, until Next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and 
recommissioned September 6, 1956, until November 5, 1959, 
resigned October 10, 1956, and David S. Batcheller, Miami, 
commissioned November 28, 1956, until the Next Senate. 

Edward Fishbein, Miami, term expired November 27, 1955, 
and Carl W. Rom, Miami, commissioned December 14, 1955, 
until the Next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and re- 
commissioned August 31, 1956, until November 27, 1959. 

David W. Walters, Coral Gables, resigned July 13, 1955, and 
George S. Okell, Jr., Miami, commissioned July 25, 1955, 
until the Next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and re- 
commissioned August 13, 1956, until November 18, 1959. 

JUDGES — COURT OF CRIMES 

Ray H. Pearson, Miami, term expired July 18, 1955, recommis- 
sioned July 18, 1955, until July 18, 1959, resigned January 
9, 1956, and George E. Schulz, Miami Springs, commissioned 



126 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

January 13, 1956, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January, 1959. 
Eugene A. Williams, Miami, commissioned July 28, 1955, until 
January 8, 1957. 

COUNTY ADJUSTMENT BOARD 

Burton M. Cohen, Miami, resigned February 21, 1955, and 
Robert A. Schade, Coral Gables, commissioned March 15, 1955, 

until October 1, 1955. 
Jules P. Channing, Miami, term expired September 29, 1956, 

and Jos. H. Pero, Jr., Miami, commissioned December 13, 

1956, until September 29, 1959. 
Sidney M. Aronovitz, Miami, term expired September 20, 1956, 

recommissioned September 26, 1956, until September 20, 

1959. 
Bernard M. Trammell, Miami, term expired August 15, 1955, 

recommissioned October 20, 1955, until August 15, 1958. 
D. Earl Wilson, Miami, term expired August 22, 1955, and re- 
commissioned October 24, 1955, until August 22, 1958. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District 1 — Clement L. Theed, Miami, term expired June 9, 

1955, and Jane S. Roberts, Miami, commissioned August 15, 

1955, until June 9, 1959. 
District 2 — Frank O. Pruitt, Miami, term expired June 10, 1956, 

and John M. Hamlin, Miami, commissioned October 15, 1956, 

until June 10, 1960. 
District 3 — W. L. Farris, Miami, term expired June 7, 1955, and 

Edward R. Annis, Miami, commissioned August 29, 1955, 

until June 7, 1959. 
District 4 — William S. Sottile, Homestead, term expired June 

11, 1956, and R. Hardy Matheson, Miami, commissioned 

October 15, 1956, until June 11, 1960. 
District 5 — C. W. Chase, Jr., Miami Beach, term expired June 

7, 1955, and recommissioned August 22, 1955, until June 7, 

1959. 

METROPOLITAN CHARTER BOARD 

Max Orovitz, Miami Beach, commissioned August 22, 1956, 
until June 30, 1957. 



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C. H. Crandon, Miami, commissioned August 27, 1956, until 

June 30, 1957. 
Mitchell Wolf son, Miami, commissioned August 20, 1956, until 

June 30, 1957. 
S. D. Phillips, Jr., Miami, commissioned August 22, 1956, until 

June 30, 1957. 
J. D. Ryan, Miami Springs, commissioned August 29, 1956, until 

June 30, 1957. 
Mrs. John A. Baker, Miami, commissioned August 29, 1956, 

until June 30, 1957. 
Geo. H. Cooper, Princeton, commissioned August 20, 1956, 

until June 30, 1957. 
William L. Pallot, Miami, commissioned August 20, 1956, until 

June 30, 1957. 
Joseph J. Orr, Miami, commissioned August 20, 1956, until 

June 30, 1957. 
William Grogan, Miami, commissioned August 20, 1956, until 

June 30, 1957. 
W. Keith Phillips, Miami, commissioned September 10, 1956, 

until June 30, 1957. 
Franklin Parson, Miami, commissioned September 17, 1956, 

until June 30, 1957. 
Mrs. Malvina W. Leibman, Miami, commissioned November 

19, 1956, until June 30, 1957. 
Kurt Peiser, Miami Beach, commissioned November 13, 1956, 

until June 30, 1957. 
W. Keith Phillips, Miami, commissioned September 10, 1956, 

until June 30, 1957. 
H. Franklin Williams, Coral Gables, commissioned December 

10, 1956, until June 30, 1957. 
Wm. D. Singer, Miami, commissioned December 10, 1956, until 

June 30, 1957. 

DESOTO 

COUNTY SEAT — ARCADIA 

County Judge — Gordon Hayes. 

Sheriff— Lloyd R. Holton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leslie E. Avant. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Miss Kate Carlton, 



128 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Tax Collector— Mrs. Edna M. Robertson. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction — Charles O. Weaver. 
Prosecuting Attorney — William W. Dishong. 
Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sallie Ivey. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana J. Jones, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — J. Maston Bates, Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — Arthur D. Shelfer, Arcadia. 
District No. 4— S. N. Smith, Arcadia. 
District No. 5 — J. A. Craft, Arcadia. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Harold D. Garner, Arcadia; resigned February 
13, 1956, and J. F. Hollingsworth, Arcadia, commissioned 
March 22, 1956, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January, 1959. 

District No. 2 — Geo. W. Boring, Arcadia. 

District No. 3 — Harold S. Johnson, Nocatee. 

District No. 4 — E. J. Yelvington, Arcadia. 

District No. 5 — Thomas R. Brown, Arcadia. 



DIXIE 

COUNTY SEAT — CROSS CITY 

County Judge — Ike C. Harmon. 

Sheriff— L. E. Hatcher. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cauley C. Copeland. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. B. Sanders. 

Tax Collector— D. E. Butler. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — LeRoy Locke. 

Supervisor of Registration — Willie Gene Sparrow. 

Judge Small Claims Court — L. L. Galloway. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Warren Barber, Cross City. 

District No. 2— J. O. Green, Old Town. 

District No. 3 — Hal Chewning, Cross City. 

District No. 4— C. C. Wilder, Cross City. 

District No. 5 — John Obie Osteen, Horseshoe Beach. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Ethel May Driggers, Old Town. 
District No. 2— Hildred McCaskill, Cross City. 
District No. 3 — Grady Hires, Steinhatchee. 
District No. 4— Fred W. Fletcher, Old Town. 
District No. 5 — H. A. Langston, Cross City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Cleve Dees, Old Town, resigned August 1, 1956, 

and Jack Fuquay, Cross City, commissioned August 1, 1956, 

until January 8, 1957. 
District No. 2 — Jack Keene, Cross City, resigned August 20, 

1956, and Edgar Futch, Old Town, commissioned August 

22, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 



DUVAL 

COUNTY SEAT — JACKSONVILLE 

County Judge — McKenney J. Davis. 

Sheriff — Rex Sweat. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leonard W. Thomas. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Marion W. Gooding, Jacksonville, term 
expired August 18, 1955, recommissioned November 4, 1955, 
until August 18, 1959. 

Judge Small Claims Court — J. Henry Taylor, commissioned 
January 4, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January, 1959, deceased, and W. Shannon Linning, Jackson- 
ville, commissioned January 9, 1957, until first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January, 1959. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Kathleen L. Hartley. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — William T. Harvey. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — A. Lloyd Layton, commis- 
sioned November 13, 1956, until first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January, 1959. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Harry H. Martin. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Leon E. Forbes. 

Tax Collector — Clyde H. Simpson. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Iva T. Sprinkle. 

Supervisor of Registration — Fleming H. Bowden. 



130 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. B. Mallard, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — Ray Greene, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — Joe F. Hammond, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Julian Warren, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Joe Burnett, Jacksonville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — L. S. Sheffield, Jacksonville, deceased, and 
Raymond A. David, Jacksonville, commissioned October 18, 

1955, until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 2 — Martinez Baker, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — Verley Theron Spivey, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Lassiter A. Mason, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Ned Pete Searcy, Jacksonville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George A. Harris, Jacksonville. 

District No. 2 — Sarah Bryan, Jacksonville. 

District No. 3 — Genevieve King Medlock, Jacksonville. 

District No. 4 — James L. Gavagan, Jacksonville, deceased, and 

D. Harley Giddens, Jacksonville, commissioned February 

27, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 
District No. 5 — T. O. Holmes, Jacksonville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Lonnie A. Sikes, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — George H. Brown, Jr., Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — J. R. Carmichael, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Frank E. Brunson, Jr., Jacksonville Beach. 
District No. 5 — W. T. Woodard, Jacksonville. 
Note: The above Justice of the Peace Districts ruled invalid 
and the following were commissioned: 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District 2 — John D. Tomlinson, Jacksonville, commissioned 

October 4, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 
District 3 — L. C. Oliver, Baldwin, commissioned October 8, 

1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 4 — George A. Harris, Jacksonville, commissioned Oc- 
tober 5, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 131 

District 5 — D. Harley Giddens, Jacksonville Beach, commis- 
sioned October 4, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 8 — Steve J. Targonski, Bayard, commissioned October 
9, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 9 — Genevieve King Medlock, Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned October 5, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 10 — Mrs. Dorcas B. Drake, Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 5, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 11 — Sarah Bryan, Jacksonville, commissioned Novem- 
ber 20, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 12 — T. O. (Tom) Holmes, Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 8, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

CONSTABLES 

District 2 — D. M. Keen, Dinsmore, commissioned October 8, 
1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 3 — Emory V. Roberts, Baldwin, commissioned October 
8, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 4 — Lonnie A. Sikes, Jacksonville, commissioned Oc- 
tober 4, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 5 — Frank E. Brunson, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 5, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 8 — R. G. Judge Hartley, Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 9, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 9 — George H. Brown, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned 
October 8, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 10 — J. R. Carmichael, Jacksonville, commissioned Oc- 
tober 5, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 11 — A. M. Stephens, Jacksonville, commissioned Oc- 
tober 4, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District 12 — W. T. (Bill) Woodward, Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned October 9, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

DUVAL COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Carl M. Taylor, Jacksonville, term expires 

January 1, 1957. 
District No. 2 — Walter N. Pace, Jacksonville, term expires 

January 1, 1957. 
District No. 3 — James E. Ross, Jacksonville, term expires 

January 1, 1959. 



132 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No, 4 — Paul R. Akin, Jacksonville, term expires 

January 1, 1957. 
District No. 5 — Marshall D. Heeth, Jacksonville, term expires 

January 1, 1959. \ 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

D. Byron King, Jacksonville, term expires January, 1959. 

PROBATION AND PAROLE OFFICER — CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD 

P. Bedford Wright, term expires June 15, 1955, confirmed by 
the Senate and recommissioned June 15, 1955, until June 
15, 1959. 

CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Judge — Burton Barrs, Jacksonville, term expires May 5, 1957. 

PROVISIONAL CRIMINAL COURT 

Judge — A. Lloyd Layton, Jacksonville, commissioned June 1, 

1955, until January 8, 1957. (Commissioned as Judge of 
Criminal Court of Record. Constitutional Amendment No. 6, 
1956 General Election.) 

COUNTY JURY COMMISSIONERS 

John S. Bond, Sr., Jacksonville, term expired January, 1955, 
recommissioned for term ending January 8, 1957, and re- 
commissioned January 8, 1957, for two years. 

L. G. Armstrong, Jacksonville, commissioned April 6, 1956, 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1958. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Victor R. Rooney, Jacksonville, term expired 
June 7, 1955, and George L. Proctor, Jacksonville, commis- 
sioned June 7, 1955, until June 7, 1959. 

District No. 2 — W. T. Dow, Jacksonville, term expired June 7, 

1956, and recommissioned June 11, 1956, until June 7, 1960. 
District No. 3 — Fred E. Biggs, Jacksonville, term expired June 

5, 1955, and recommissioned June 10, 1955, until June 5, 1959. 

District No. 4 — Wm. T. Gordon, Jacksonville, term expired 
June 4, 1956, and Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr., Jacksonville, com- 
missioned June 8, 1956, until June 4, 1960. 

District No. 5 — ^Wm. H. Dowling, Jacksonville, term expired 
June 11, 1955, and recommissioned June 14, 1955, until 
June 11, 1959. 



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COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Clarence Ashby, Jacksonville, term expired February 19, 1955, 
recommissioned March 18, 1955, until the Next Senate, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 6, 1955, until 
February 19, 1959. 

Horace C. Avery, Jacksonville, term expired February 19, 1955, 
recommissioned March 22, 1955, until the Next Senate, con- 
firmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 6, 1955, until 
February 19, 1959. 

James C. Merrill, Jacksonville, term expired February 19, 1955, 
recommissioned March 21, 1955, confirmed by the Senate 
and recommissioned June 6, 1955, until February 19, 1959. 

Franklin G. Russell, Jacksonville, term expired February 
19, 1955, recommissioned March 18, 1955 until the next 
Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
6, 1955 until February 19, 1959. 

George W. Milam, Jacksonville, term expired February 19, 
1955, recommissioned March 24, 1955 until the next Senate, 
confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 6, 1955 
until February 19, 1959. 

DUVAL COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

T. D. HoUiday, Jacksonville, term expired July 10, 1955, and 

G. Dekle Taylor, Jacksonville, commissioned September 19, 

1955, until July 10, 1959. 
Mrs. Frances Baker Lane, Jacksonville, term expired July 10, 

1955, and Clarence G. King, Jr., Jacksonville, commissioned 

September 20, 1955, until July 10, 1959. 
Mrs. Joseph M. Glickstein, Jacksonville, term expired July 10, 

1955, and Mrs. George L. Nunn, Jacksonville, commissioned 

September 20, 1955, until July 10, 1959. 
Raymond B. Harris, Jacksonville, term expired July 10, 1955, 

and Mrs. John Rosenblum, Jacksonville, commissioned Sep- 
tember 19, 1955, until July 10, 1959. 
Mrs. Walter M. Ford, Jacksonville, term expires July 10, 1957. 
Walker Stamps, Jacksonville, resigned January 4, 1956, and 

Edward Jelks, Jacksonville, commissioned February 7, 1956, 

until July 10, 1957. 

Crawford Solomon, Jacksonville, term expires July 10, 1957. 



134 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Mrs. Richard H. Harlan, Jr., Jacksonville, term expires July 10, 
1957. 

J. R. White, Jacksonville, term expired July 10, 1955, and re- 
commissioned September 19, 1955, until July 10, 1959. 

DUVAL COUNTY BEACHES HOSPITAL BOARD 

H. A. Durden, Jacksonville, term expires July 1, 1957. 
Hewett H. Daniel, Jacksonville, term expired July 1, 1955, and 

Mrs. Leo S. Woodard, Jacksonville Beach, commissioned 

August 22, 1955, until July 1, 1959. 
H. George Garrison, Jacksonville, term expired July 1, 1955, 

and Dr. Adolph Gone, Jacksonville Beach, commissioned 

August 19, 1955, until July 1, 1959. 
W. Hopson Goodloe, Neptune Beach, resigned November 15, 

1956, and James D. Goodloe, Neptune Beach, commissioned 

November 26, 1956, until July 1, 1957. 
William F. Strickland, Mayport, term expired July 1, 1957. 

JACKSONVILLE EXPRESSWAY AUTHORITY 

Irving J. Pemberton, Jacksonville, commissioned August 10, 

1955, for three years. 
James H. O'Reilly, Jacksonville, commissioned August 4, 1955, 

for two years. 
Lucius A. Buck, Jacksonville, commissioned August 4, 1955, 

for four years. 

ESCAMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT — PENSACOLA 

County Judge — Harvey E. Page. 

Sheriff— R. L. Kendrick. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Langley Bell. 

Judges Court of Record — Ernest Mason, Kirk M. Beall. 

Solicitor Court of Record — John L. Reese. 

Clerk Court of Record — George Trawick. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Frances Botts. 

Tax Collector — Ben L. Davis. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — William J. Woodham, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Joe Oldmixon, 

Judge Small Claim Court — C. Hobart Villar, resigned Novem- 
ber 15, 1956, and William H. Anderson commissioned No- 
vember 21, 1956, until January 1, 1957. 



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Judge of the Juvenile Court — Theodore F. Bruno, commis- 
sioned August 10, 1955, until January 8, 1957. (Became Judge 
of Juvenile Division of Court of Record, referendum election 
held in accordance with Chapter 30380, Acts 1955.) 

Judge of the Juvenile Division of the Court of Record — Theo- 
dore F. Bruno, commissioned November 26, 1956, until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1959. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Vincent A. Caro, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — A. S. Cobb, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — Clint Reilly, Pensacola. 
District No. 4 — Jno. R. Jones, Pensacola. 
District No. 5— T. C. McCoy, Pensacola. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — A. S. Edwards, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — Oliver J. Semmes, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — A. F. Vaughn, Atmore. 
District No. 4 — L. D. McArthur, Pensacola. 
District No. 5 — Irving F. Welch, Pensacola. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — H. Fletcher Davis, Pensacola, suspended Oc- 
tober 13, 1955, and Edna Brazwell, Pensacola, commissioned 
October 19, 1955, during suspension of H. Fletcher Davis. 

District No. 2 — L. B. Morgan, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — J. A. Jacobi, Pensacola. 

District No. 4 — Grover J. Davis, Pensacola. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. E. "Al" Harrison, Pensacola. 

District No. 2 — W. J. Kelson, Pensacola. 

District No. 3 — Nolan L. Booker, Pensacola. 

District No. 4 — W. C. Rigby, Century, deceased, and James 

Horace Simmons, commissioned September 22, 1955, until 

January 8, 1957. 

COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Marco J. White, Jr., Pensacola, term expired 

August 9, 1952. 
District No. 2 — Charles Soule, Pensacola, term expired August 

8, 1953. 



136 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 3 — Edward C. Jones, Pensacola, term expired 

August 8, 1954. 
District No. 4 — Wilson Harris, Pensacola, term expired August 

15,1955. 
District No. 5 — William G. Turbeville, Pensacola, term expired 

August 9, 1955. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Capt. Bennie Edmundson, Pensacola; term expired April 20, 
1955, confirmed by Senate and recormnissioned June 10, 1955, 
until May 20, 1957. 

CIVIL SERVICE BOARD 

W. L. Wheeler, Pensacola; term expires February 13, 1957. 
Harry L. Robinson, Pensacola; term expires February 13, 1957. 
Frank D. Wagner, Pensacola; term expires February 9, 1957. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
A. E. Langford, Pensacola; term expires June 6, 1957. 
Joseph P. Roe, Pensacola; term expires June 6, 1957. 
William V. Fauria, Pensacola; term expires June 6, 1957. 
Joseph F. Marques, Jr., Pensacola; term expired Senate, 1955. 
Jesse E. Watson, Sr., Pensacola; term expires June 6, 1957. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF 
ESCAMBIA COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

A. L. Whigham, Century, term expired October 3, 1956, re- 
commissioned October 16, 1956, until October 3, 1960. 

E. F. Sisson, Pensacola, term expired October 6, 1955, re- 
commissioned October 6, 1955, until October 6, 1959. 

Paul F. Baranco, Pensacola, commissioned May 16, 1955, until 
October 2, 1958. 

Forsyth Caro, commissioned June 23, 1955, until December 1, 
1957. 

Mrs. Lottie Mandeville, Pensacola, commissioned July 1, 1955, 
until October 4, 1956, recommissioned October 25, 1956, until 
October 4, 1960. 

FLAGLER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUNNELL 

County Judge — E. W. Johnston, Sr. 
Sheriff— T. K. McKnight. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Ralph E. Harbert. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. D. Moody. 

Tax Collector— J. F. Mercer. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Mrs. Donella D. Chas- 
tain, resigned August 15, 1956, and Z. D. Holland, Bunnell, 
commissioned August 16, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Gladys Deen. 

Judge Small Claims Court — W. L. Wadsworth. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. E. Wadsworth, Bunnell, resigned January 

7, 1955, and John A. Clegg, Bunnell, commissioned January 
12, 1955, until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 2 — George E. Wickline, Flagler Beach. 

District No. 3— R. W. Cody, Bunnell. 

District No. 4— Alfred R. Tucker, Bunnell. 

District No. 5 — E. A. Hunter, Espanola. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Herschel C. King, Bunnell. 

District No. 2 — Raymond F. Tucker, Bunnell. 

District No. 3 — W. L. Dunson, Bunnell. 

District No. 4 — Harold D. Emery, Bunnell. 

District No. 5— J. H. McKnight, Jr., Bunnell. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Duane A. Deen, Bunnell, commissioned Jan. 
4, until Jan. 8, 1957. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. L. Pellicer, Bunnell, deceased and P. A. 
Edmonson, Bunnell, commissioned July 5, 1956, until January 

8, 1957. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

O. F. Alford, Bunnell, commissioned January 4, 1955, for 4 
years. 

EAST FLAGLER MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

J. W. Kunkle, Bunnell, commissioned February 15, 1955, until 
July 15, 1956. 

FRANKLIN 

COUNTY SEAT — APALACHICOLA 

County Judge — R. M. Witherspoon. 



138 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Sheriff— Herbert O. Marshall. 

Clerk Circuit Court— G. P. Bradford. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Fred A. Hoffman. 

Tax Collector — Oscar C. Melvin. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John C. Moore. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Clyde Brown. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — D. Waldo Brown, East Point. 
District No. 2 — Peter W. Comforter, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3 — Joe Johnson, Apalachicola. 
District No. 4 — Phillip Ovid Schoelles, Apalachicola. 
District No. 5— C. T. Miller, Carrabelle. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Catherine Floyd, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — Harry A. Larsen, Carrabelle. 
District No. 3 — George W. Creamer, East Point. 
District No. 4 — Paul M. Wasmund, Apalachicola. 
District No. 5 — J. A. Steely, Apalachicola. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Oliver Nash, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — Cornelius Ross, Carrabelle. 
District No. 3— Houston Miller, East Point. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY HOSPITAL 

J. L. Mayton, Carrabelle, resigned June 28, 1955 and George 
Eugene Melvin, Apalachicola, commissioned August 31, 1955 
until January 27, 1959. 

Clifton W. Robbins, Apalachicola, term expires January 31, 
1957. 

T. J. Bush, Apalachicola, term expires January 27, 1957. 

G. W. Segree, East Point, term expired January 27, 1956, re- 
commissioned March 26, 1956 until January 27, 1960. 

Sebun Jackson, Carrabelle, term expires February 4, 1958. 

GADSDEN 

COUNTY SEAT — QUINCY 

County Judge — H. Y. Reynolds. 

Sheriff— Otho Edwards. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edwin Baur. 



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County Assessor of Taxes — Tewey McPherson. 
Tax Collector — Clinton Bassett. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — M. D. Walker. 
Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss. 
Supervisor of Registration — J. Love Hutchinson. 
County Surveyor — James D. Shelfer. 

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 — Thomas Smith, Quincy. 

District No. 5 — Thomas L. Maxwell, Quincy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Cecil V. Butler, Havana. 

District No. 2 — John C. Hinson, Quincy. 

District No. 3 — Edward H. Fletcher, Greensboro. 

District No. 4 — C. O. Bevis, Chattahoochee. 

District No. 5 — H. E. Morgan, Quincy. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District. No 1 — W. A. McDearmid, Quincy. 
District No. 9 — A. K. Gholson, Chattahoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No 1 — Stuart Bostick, Quincy. 

District No. 9 — Edward D. Shepard, Chattahoochee. 

GILCHRIST 

COUNTY SEAT TRENTON 

County Judge — Elwyn M. Akins. 

Sheriff — R. E. Davis, Jr., resigned July 3, 1956 and Mark Read, 
commissioned July 12, 1956, deceased and Clyde Wilhams 
commissioned December 20, 1956 until Jan. 8, 1957. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Horace Thomas. 

County Assessor of Texas — A. M. Quincey. 

Tax Collector— Ben M. Willams. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Carl Roberts. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Nelhe Langston. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Miller Lang. 



140 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jack Rowell, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — Cecil Corbin, Wilcox. 
District No. 3— W. O. Cannon, Bell. 
District No. 4 — Cecil Perkins, Bell. 
District No. 5 — Joel Langford, Trenton. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Stacey Quincey, Trenton. 
District No. 2— C. K. Bryant, Trenton. 
District No. 3 — Evans Sanders, Bell. 
District No. 4 — Theatis O. Thomas, Branford. 
District No. 5 — Aubrey J. Watson, High Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— Paul L. Everett Wilcox. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — N. L. Curry, Trenton. 

GILCHRIST COUNTY PARK BOARD 

T E. Lindsey, Trenton, commissioed October 24, 1955 until 
January 1, 1957. 

Lonnie Simpson, Trenton, commissioned October 24, 1955 until 
January 1, 1959. 

Jack Rowell, Ex-Officio Member — County Commissioner. 

Evans Sanders, Ex-Officio Member — Mbr. Bd. of Public In- 
struction. 

Robert H. Johnson, Trenton, commissioned October 25, 1955 
until January 1, 1959. 

GLADES 

COUNTY SEAT — MOORE HAVEN 

County Judge — J. M. Couse. 

Sheriff — C. S. Pressley, deceased, and Mrs. C. S. Pressley com- 
missioned April 13, 1956, resigned July 31, 1956, and Roy D, 
Lundy commissioned August 3, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. S. Weeks, deceased, and Mrs. Florence 
S. Scott commissioned May 30, 1955, until January 8, 1957. 

County Assessor of Taxes — I. E. Scott. 

Tax Collector— Cecile Y. Pape. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Velton Walters. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Sallie Hadden. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 141 

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 — Vance W. Whidden, Moore Haven. 
District No. 5 — Wendell Click, Moore Haven. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Districe No. 1 — Broward M. Daniel, Moore Haven. 
District No. 2 — Wendell Howard, LeBelle. 
District No. 3— D. C. Settle, Moore Haven. 
District No. 4 — Lacy Raulerson, Palmdale. 
District No. 5 — Lorena Skipper, Moore Haven. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Henry S. Bales, Moore Haven. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. L. Golden, Moore Haven. 

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 — Harland O. Pridgeon. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas A. Owens. 

Supervisor of Registration — C. G. Rish (Mrs.) . 

Judge Small Claims Court — B. B. Conklin, Wewahitchka, com- 
missioned June 30, 1955, until first Tuesday after first Mon- 
day in January, 1959. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— T. D. Whitfield, Wewahitchka. 

District No. 2— E. C. Harden, Sr., Wewahitchka. 

District No. 3— Parker G. Hart, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 4— J. C. Price, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 5 — George W. Cooper, Port St. Joe. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clyde F. Brogdon, Wewahitchka. 



142 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 2— Carter Ward, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 3— Fennon Talley, Port St. Joe. 

District No. 4 — J. B. Harris, Port St. Joe, resigned September 
17, 1956, and C. E. Boyer, Port St. Joe, commissioned Oc- 
tober 5, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 5— J. A. Whitfield, Wewahitchka. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

W. O. Anderson, Port St. Joe, term expired December 6, 1955, 
and John Robert Smith, Port St. Joe, commissioned De- 
cember 28, 1955, until the Next Senate, recommissioned 
December 27, 1956, until next Senate. 

Robert Bellows, Port St. Joe, term expired December 6, 1955, 

and recommissioned January 18, 1956, until next Senate. 
Harry H. Saunders, Port St. Joe, term expired December 6, 

1955, and recommissioned December 28, 1955, until the Next 
Senate, and Dr. Wesley Grace commissioned December 27, 

1956, until the next Senate. 

Fred Maddox, Port St. Joe, term expired December 6, 1955, 
and Earl D. Atchison, Port St. Joe, commissioned January 9, 
1956, until the next Senate, and Blakely Thomason, Port 
St. Joe, commissioned December 27, 1956, until the next 
Senate. 

Herbert C. Brown, Port St. Joe, term expired December 6, 
1955, recommissioned December 28, 1955, until the next 
Senate, and T. W. Hinote, commissioned December 27, 1956, 
until the next Senate. 

PORT ST. JOE PORT AUTHORITY 

Tom S. Coldewey, Port St. Joe, commissioned July 18, 1955, 

for four years. 
W. P. Gilbert, Port St. Joe, commissioned July 20, 1955, for 

two years. 
Henry A. Campbell, Port St. Joe, commissioned July 25, 1955, 

for four years. 
W. R. Tapper, Port St. Joe, commissioned July 27, 1955, for 

two years. 
C. H. McKnight, Port St. Joe, commissioned September 7, 1955, 

for four years. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 143 

DEAD LAKES COMMISSION 

Max W. Kilbourn, Wewahitchka, commissioned August 22, 

1955, until January 8, 1957. 
David C. Gaskin, Wewahitchka, commissioned August 18, 1955, 

until January 8, 1957. 
C. L. Morgan, Wewahitchka, commissioned September 15, 1955, 

until January 8, 1957. 
W. C. Roche, Wawahitchka, commissioned September 22, 1955, 

until January 8, 1957. 
William H. Linton, Wewahitchka, commissioned November 18, 

1955, until January 8, 1957. 

HAMILTON 

COUNTY SEAT JASPER 

County Judge — Ernest Rutledge. 

Sheriff — George Royals. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Miss Thelma Lewis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. W. Register. 

Tax Collector — J. Gordon Wetherington. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — R. W. Wilkinson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Sarah Culbreth Bundy. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herman Bradshaw, Jennings. 

District No. 2 — S. L. Smith, Jennings. 

District No. 3 — Maurice Bennett, Jasper. 

District No. 4 — Aaron Hogan, White Springs. 

District No. 5 — Jerry B. Smith, Jasper. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Bryant Deas, Jennings. 

District No. 2 — Frank Matthews, Jasper. 

District No. 3 — Mrs. Lillian S. Saunders, White Springs. 

District No. 4 — Allen B. Tyre, Jasper. 

District No. 5 — Clyde Hunter, White Springs. 

HAMILTON COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Turner Jones, Jasper, term expires January 22, 1958. 
Mrs. Ponce Sandlin, Jasper, term expires January 22, 1958. 
Joe S. Howell, Jennings, term expired January 22, 1955. 



144 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Billy W. Hill, Jasper, term expires January 22, 1960. 
Harry T. Reid, Jasper, term expires January 22, 1957. 

HARDEE 

COUNTY SEAT WAUCHULA 

County Judge — Lefferts L. Mabie, Jr. 

Sheriff— E. Odell Carlton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ben Coker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Anna Mae Taylor. 

Tax Collector — Curtis Ezelle. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — H. B. Dominick. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lome Yetter. 

County Attorney for County Board of Public Instruction — 
John Savage resigned March 12, 1956, and John J. Nedza 
commissioned March 3, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

County Attorney for Board of County Commissioners — Hoyt 
Carlton. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Latimer C. Farr. 

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 — Luke Waldron, Zolfo Springs. 
District No. 5 — Aldon Jones, Wauchula. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Earl C. Garrett, Bowling Green. 
District No. 2— R. L. Fisher, Wauchula. 
District No. 3— Albert T. Pace— Zolfo Springs. 
District No. 4 — T. J. Simmons, Wauchula. 
District No. 5 — D. R. Stewart, Zolfo Springs. 

HENDRY 

COUNTY SEAT LA BELLE 

County Judge — R. M. Harris. 

Sheriff— Bill Maddox. 

Clerk Circuit Court — T. Coburn Moore, deceased, and Dor- 
othy Moore commissioned October 22, 1956, until January 
8, 1957. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 145 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dennis Small. 

Tax Collector— A. O. Ward. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Agnes Y. Thomas. 

County Attorney — Harry P. Johnson. 

Supervisor of Registration — John L. Hall. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Selden L. Stewart. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Charles E. Miner, Clewiston, 

District No. 2— J. O. Davidson, LaBelle. 

District No. 3— Earl R. Murray, LaBelle. 

District No. 4 — R, C. Nowling, Clewiston. 

District No. 5— Earl S. Dyess, LaBelle. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1—R. M. Hare, Jr., Clewiston. 
District No. 2— Mildred M. Taylor, LaBelle. 
District No. 3 — Judson V. Francis, LaBelle. 
District No. 4 — E. M, Cornette, Clewiston. 
District No. 5 — Abner H. Vann, Clewiston. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Charles B. Owens, Clewiston. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— G. H. Small, Clewiston. 

HENDRY COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

Asa Townsend, Felda, term expires July 23, 1958. 

Fred C. Sikes, Clewiston, term expired July 8, 1956. 

W. W. Perry, Clewiston, term expires July 8, 1957. 

E. E. Kelly, Clewiston, term expired July 7, 1955, recommis- 

sioned October 3, 1955, until July 7, 1959. 
Blitz Wegman, LaBelle, term expired July 14, 1955, recommis- 

sioned August 22, 1955, until July 14, 1959. 

THE HENDRY COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY 

Gaynam D. Rakestraw, Clewiston, commissioned August 12, 

1955, until August 12, 1958. 
J. R. Spratt, LaBelle, commissioned August 12, 1955, until 

August 12, 1959. 
S. C. Fry, LaBelle, commissioned August 12, 1955, until August 

12, 1957. 



146 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

W. B. Barron, LaBelle, commissioned August 12, 1955, until 

August 12, 1958. 
A. L. Moorman, Clewiston, commissioned August 12, 1955, 

until August 12, 1959. 

HERNANDO 

COUNTY SEAT — BROOKSVILLE 

County Judge — Monroe W. Treiman. 

Sheriff — Sim L. Lowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leamon Q. Vam. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sidney F. Dick. 

Tax Collector — Irene B. Kilpatrick. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Louis L. Fisher, resign- 
ed June 30, 1956, and John Wayne Hull, commissioned July 
1, 1956, until January 8, 1957. 

Supervisor of Registration — ^Ada C. Law. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Philip Roush, Brooksville. 

District No. 2 — Thomas R. Dawson, Brooksville. 

District No. 3 — Guy Harris, Brooksville. 

District No. 4 — Arthur L. Snow, Brooksville. 

District No. 5 — James W. Griffin, Brooksville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Frank W. Springstead, Brooksville. 

District No 2. — B. A. Crum, Brooksville. 

District No. 3 — Pierce K. Kimbrough, Brooksville. 

District No 4 — Roy B. Kirby, Brooksville, resigned June 5, 
1956, and E. J. Cook, Brooksville, commissioned June 21, 
1956, until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 5 — Fletcher Weston, Sr., Brooksville, resigned 
January 14, 1956 and Fred G. Lewis, Brooksville, commis- 
sioned January 27, 1956 until January 6, 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — R. H. Keeling, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — Cecil C. Davis, Jr., Brooksville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No 1— R. M. Price, Trilby. 
District No. 4 — J. C. Plummer, Brooksville. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 147 

HIGHLANDS 

COUNTY SEAT SEEKING 

County Judge — Harry Lee. 

Sheriff — Broward Coker. 

Clerk Circuit Court— H. T. Piety. 

County Assessor of Taxes — P. G. Gearing. 

Tax Collector — J. Colin De Shong. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Fred Wild. 

Supervisor of Registration — R. X. Droit. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Ralph M. Clements, resigned Sept. 

7, 1955 and David F. Lanier, commissioned Sept. 13, 1955 

until Jan. 8, 1957. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— M. H. Grice, Avon Park. 
District No. 2— Arthur J. Tubbs, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — A. C. Heacock, Sebring. 
District No. 4 — James G. Creel, Lake Placid. 
District No. 5 — Morris Adams, Avon Park. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — E. Ray Wells, Avon Park. 
District No. 2— Ted R. Cason, Sebring. 
District No. 3 — Frank A. Eyman, Lake Placid. 
District No. 4 — S. F. Longbottom, Avon Park. 
District No. 5 — Henry G. Bailey, Sebring. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

E L. Tappen, Lake Placid, term expired July 6, 1955 recom- 
missioned January 6, 1956 until July 6, 1957. 

W. C. Mackey, Sebring, term expired November 10, 1955, C. C. 
Cobb commissioned January 6, 1956 until November 10, 1957. 

Charles G. Matcalf, Avon Park, term expired November 10, 
1955, recommissioned January 6, 1956 until November 10, 

1957. 

HILLSBOROUGH 

COUNTY SEAT TAMPA 

County Judge — Wm. C. Brooker. 
Sheriff— Ed Blackburn, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Chas H. Pent, deceased and James F. 
Taylor, Jr. commissioned Dec. 29, 1955 until Jan. 8, 1957. 



148 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — L. D. Simmons. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — L. A. Grayson. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Paul B. Johnson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. S. Sparkman. 

Tax Collector — Anthony Schleman. 

Superintendent Pubhc Instruction — J. Crocket Famell. 

County Surveyor — C. F. Reece. 

Supervisor of Registration — John C. Dekle. 

Judge Juvenile Court — O. D. Howell, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Nick Nuccio, Tampa, resigned Sept. 27, 1956 
and Elbert Moore, Tampa, commissioned Oct. 16, 1956 until 
Jan. 8, 1957. 

District No. 2 — Rudy H. Rodriguez, Tampa. 

District No. 3 — Roy Haynes, Tampa. 

District No. 4 — Earl W. Simmons, Plant City. 

District No. 5 — Ellsworth G. Simmons, Plant City. 

MEMBERS OF THE 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 — John Coleman, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — Clyde F. McLeod, Riverview. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. Marion Hendry, Tampa. 
District No. 2— Ward Holloway, Plant City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clarence E. Prevatt, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — James L. Brannen, Plant City. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Joseph A. Falsone, Tampa; term expires Jan- 
uary 8, 1957. 

District No. 2 — Carl D. Brorein, Tampa, commissioned Jan- 
uary 4, 1955 for 4 years, resigned Dec. 17, 1956 and Russell 
S. Bogue, Tampa, commissioned Dec. 27, 1956 until first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

District No. 3 — Henry Claywell, Tampa; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 149 

District No. 4 — George A. Carey, Plant City, term expires 
Jan. 1959. 

District No. 5 — Paul B, Dickman, Ruskin; term expires Jan- 
uary, 1957. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Fred J. Woods, Tampa, term expired Senate 1955, confirmed 
by the Senate and commissioned June 10, 1955 until June 
16, 1955, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
10, 1955 until June 16, 1959. 

W. J. Barritt, Jr., Tampa, resigned June 3, 1955 and Jack 
Fessenden, Tampa confirmed by the Senate and commis- 
sioned June 16, 1955 until June 16, 1959. 

James Greco, Tampa, term expired Senate 1955, J. Rex Farrior, 
Jr., Tampa confirmed by the Senate and commissioned June 
10, 1955 until June 16, 1955, confirmed by the Senate and 
recommissioned June 10, 1955 until June 16, 1959. 

W. L. McNevin, Tampa, term expired Senate 1955, W. R. 
Mehaffey, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned June 
27, 1955 until June 16, 1959, resigned July 9, 1956 and 
Jackson Logan, Tampa, commissioned July 16, 1956 until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and Commissioned 
August 6, 1956 until June 16, 1959. 

Troy A. Brown, Tampa, term expired Senate 1955, George T. 
Vass, Tampa confirmed by the Senate and commissioned 
June 10, 1955 until June 16, 1955 confirmed by the Senate 
and recommissioned June 10, 1955 until June 16, 1959. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

Frank M. Traynor, Tampa, term expired Senate 1955. James 
L. Ferman, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned 
June 13, 1955 until November 15, 1955, Recommissioned Dec. 
7, 1955 until next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and 
recommissioned September 4, 1956 until November 15, 1959. 

Chris C. Roos, Tampa, term expired Senate 1955. Jackson 
Logan, Tampa confirmed by the Senate and commissioned 
June 22, 1955 until November 25, 1957, resigned March 8, 
1956 and J. M. Ingram commissioned April 10, 1956 until 
next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 
August 22, 1956 until November 25, 1957. 

Richard E. Knight, term expired Senate 1955. W. J. Barritt, 



150 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Jr., Tampa, confirmed by the Senate and Commissioned 

June 14, 1955 until November 16, 1957. 
X). Hoyt Woodbery, Tampa, term expired Senate 1955. J. B. 

Colbert, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned June 

15, 1955 until November 15, 1956, recommissioned November 

26, 1956 until the next Senate. 
J. H. Williams, Tampa, term expired Senate 1955. Richard E. 

Knight, Tampa confirmed by the Senate and Commissioned 

June 9, 1955 until November 14, 1958. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Jay L. Hearin, Tampa, term expired October 23, 1956, recom- 
missioned December 27, 1956 until October 23, 1959. 

Glenn Bullock, Tampa, commissioned August 9, 1956 until 
April 3, 1957. 

Roger D. Flynn, Tampa, commissioned September 6, 1956 until 
November 7, 1956. 

Sam M. Ferlita, Tampa, commissioned August 22, 1956 until 
October 17, 1956. 

Ralph E. Sumner, Tampa, commissioned August 17, 1956 
until October 13, 1956, recommissioned December 27, 1956 
until October 13, 1959. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

District 1 — Joe M. Carballal, Tampa, commissioned January 

4, 1955 for term of four years. 
District 2 — Paul G. Singleton, Tampa, term expired January 

8, 1957. 
District 3 — Harold A. Coates, Tampa, commissioned January 

4, 1955 for term of 4 years. 
District 4 — Royce M. Witt, Plant City, term expired January 

8, 1957. 
District 5 — W. D. Miller, Ruskin, commissioned January 4, 

1955 for term of four years. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY LAW LIBRARY BOARD 

Joseph Miyares, Tampa, term expired July 1, 1955. 
Charles T. Campbell, Tampa, term expired July 1, 1955. 
Charles F. Blake, Tampa, commissioned May 11, 1955 until 
July 1,1957. 



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Frank P. Ingram, Tampa, commissioned May 11, 1955 until 

July 1, 1958. 
Norman S. Brown, Tampa, commissioned March 26, 1956 until 

July 1, 1956. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Walter J. Duke, Tampa, term expired first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1956, and A. Wayne Connor, Tampa, 
commissioned January 16, 1956 until first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1958. 

Paul F. Straub, Tampa, commissioned January 3, 1955 until 
first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957, resigned 
February 10, 1955. 

James H. Lockhart, Tampa, commissioned January 18, 1955 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY 

Clyde Perry, Tampa, term expires July 27, 1957. 

Nelson Mason, Tampa, resigned September 27, 1955 and 

Norman Stallings, Tampa, commissioned December 28, 1955 

until July 27, 1957. 
Henry Toland, Tampa, term expired July 27, 1955 and Charles 

M. Davis, Tampa commissioned August 1, 1955 until July 

27, 1959. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY V^^ELFARE BOARD 

Pauline E. Barker, Tampa, term expires September 24, 1957. 

Richard J. Hartnett, Plant City, resigned September 7, 1955 
and Joe R. Gramling, Plant City, commissioned September 
13, 1955 until September 24, 1957. 

Sue W. McNevin, Tampa, term expires September 25, 1957. 

Sam Marotta, Tampa, term expires September 25, 1957. 

Warren Toole, Tampa, resigned January 10, 1955 and Gettis 
B. Henderson, Tampa commissioned February 8, 1955 until 
September 28, 1957, resigned September 7, 1955 and L. B. 
Poston, Lutz, commissioned September 13, 1955 until Sep- 
tember 28, 1957. 

Howard P. MacFarlane, Tampa, term expires September 28, 
1957. 

George B. Holtsinger, resigned September 7, 1955 and R. M. 
Clewis, Jr., Tampa commissioned September 13, 1955 until 
September 28, 1957. 



152 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Mrs. Esther S. Wohl, Tampa, terlm expires October 1, 1957. 
Madalene L. Shreve, Tampa, term expires October 21, 1957. 

HOLMES 

COUNTY SEAT BONIFAY 

County Judge — Klein McDonald. 

Sheriff — H. L. (Louie) Steverson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. B. Helms. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. L. Slay. 

Tax Collector — Gordon Clemmons. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Fred Johnson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Julius Phillips. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. M. Ward, Ponce De Leon. 

District No. 2 — Orvin Jones, Westville. 

District No. 3 — Sam Ard, Bonifay. 

District No. 4 — W. C. CuUes Brown, Bonifay. 

District No. 5 — Tobe S. Retherford, Caryville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clarence G. Phillips, Bonifay. 

District No. 2— W. W. Sutton, Ponce De Leon. 

District No. 3 — James Rufus Vaughn, Westville. 

District No. 4 — Willis A. Hardy, Bonifay. 

District No. 5— M. F. Pate, Bonifay. 

HOLMES COUNTY HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

Willard L. Manning, Ponce De Leon, commissioned August 

10, 1955 for two years, deceased and Fred H. Stripling, West- 
ville, commissioned December 7, 1955 until August 10, 
1957, resigned December 31, 1956 and Paul Brigman, West- 
ville, commissioned January 11, 1957 until August 10, 1957. 

John W. Clark, Esto, commissioned August 10, 1955 for 3 
years. 

J. T. Evans, Bonifay, commissioned August 10, 1955 for 4 
years. 

E. P. Spears, Westville, commissioned August 10, 1955 for 1 
year and recommissioned August 16, 1956 until August 10, 
1960. 

Shelby Smith, Bonifay, commissioned August 22, 1955 for 1 



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year and G. W. Curry, Bonifay, commissioned August 22, 
1956 until August 22, 1960. 

INDIAN RIVER 

COUNTY SEAT — VERO BEACH 

County Judge — Otis M. Cobb. 

Sheriff — Sam T. Joyce. 

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 — D. C. Smith. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Rosemary Richey. 

Judge Small Claims Court — J. Pasco Woods. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— H. C. Watts, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2— J. J. P. Hamilton, Winter Beach. 
District No. 3 — Aubrey L. Waddell, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Graves, Jr., Vero Beach. 
District No. 5— D. B. McCullers, Jr., Vero Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Marland L. Medlin, Fellsmere. 
District No. 2 — Jeannette B. Merriman, Vero Beach. 
District No. 3 — O. D. Honeywell, Vero Beach. 
District No. 4 — Sarah F. Diamond, Vero Beach. 
District No. 5 — L. D. Baker, Wabasso. 

MEMBERS INDIAN RIVER MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Forrest C. Graves, Vero Beach; term expires January 8, 

1957. 
J. R. Graves, Vero Beach; term expires January 8, 1957. 
E. W. Vickers, Sebastian; term expires January 8, 1957. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

C. B. Johnson, Vero Beach; term expires January 8, 1957. 

JACKSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MARIANNA 

County Judge — Robert L. McCrary, Jr. 



154 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sheriff — Roy Roberson. 

Clerk Circuit Court— E. W. Bowles. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Harvey E. Sexton. 

Tax Collector — Leo Sims. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John D. Milton. 

County Attorney — Clyde Mayhall. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. W. J. Mitchell. 

Judge Small Claims Court — W. A. Smith. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. K. Powell, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — W. Addison Cogburn, Cottondale. 
District No. 3 — Jodie Sketo, Marianna. 
District No. 4 — Penn King, Grand Ridge. 
District No. 5 — T. Wilson Patrick, Bascom. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. M. Cooper, Jr., Graceville. 

District No. 2— F. M. Golson, Marianna. 

District No. 3 — Charles E. Olive, Greenwood. 

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. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — G. W. Hatcher, Marianna. 

District No. 12— S. E. Hall, Malone, deceased. Sidney P. Hall, 

Malone, commissioned Dec. 22, 1955, until Jan. 8, 1957. 
District No. 14 — C. L. Peterson, Graceville. 
District No. 15 — Pete Oxendine, Cottondale. 
District No. 21— J. E. Jackson, Alford. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE JACKSON COUNTY 
HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

Raymond H. Cartledge, Cottondale, term expired August 
27, 1955 and recommissioned November 21, 1955 until Au- 
gust 27, 1959. 

Will L. Johnson, Malone, term expired September 5, 1955 
and recommissioned July 2, 1956 until September 5, 1959. 



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D. Dexter McCaskill, Marianne, term expired June 23, 1956. 
L. S. Pender, Greenwood, term expired June 23, 1957. 

W. H. Nobles, Marianna, resigned February 14, 1956 and 
Penn King, Grand Ridge, commissioned July 11, 1956 until 
July 20, 1958. 

E. E. Knowles, Campbellton, commissioned June 6, 1955 until 
July 19, 1958. 

Charlton Keen, Marianna, commissioned October 7, 1955 until 
July 13, 1958. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE 
JACKSON COUNTY AGRICULTURAL CENTER 

J. M. Sims, Sr., Marianna, commissioned May 7, 1956 until 
June 23, 1959. (Other members named in act creating 
Board.) 

JEFFERSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MONTICELLO 

County Judge — Kenneth E. Cooksey. 

Sheriff— Mrs. Ahce L. Lovett. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ike Anderson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. C. Walker. 

Tax Collector— R. J. Taylor. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Desmond M. Bishop. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Henry C. Hamilton. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ed Ritter, Jr. 

Judge Small Claims Court — B. J. Hamrick. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Norman H. Hartsfield, Aucilla. 

District No. 2 — George Demott, Aucilla. 

District No. 3 — Judge B. Shuman, Monticello. 

District No. 4 — Lester C. Lawrence, Monticello. 

District No. 5 — Thomas B. Walker, Lloyd. 

MEMBERS OF THE 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 — B. F. Hightower, Wacissa. 



166 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5— J. E. Willie, Lloyd. 
District No. 6— John T. Lott, Monticello. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. P. Cooksey, Jr., Lloyd. 
District No. 6 — George Arrants, Monticello. 
District No. 7— Wm. T. Fulford, Drifton. 
District No. 8— Clyde C. Horn, Aucilla. 
District No. 9— E. L. Gilliard, Lamont. 
District No. 11 — Myers Williams, Wacissa. 

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. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — L. R. McCallum. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lavern Hicks. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wilson Buchanan, Mayo. 
District No. 2 — Hayward Folsom, Mayo. 
District No. 3— Ovedia McCray, Mayo. 
District No. 4 — Delmer Sapp, Branford. 
District No. 5 — Lewin Jones, Mayo. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Thomas A. Bell, Mayo. 
District No. 2— Foye W. Osteen, Mayo. 
District No. 3— W. M. Cothron, Mayo. 
District No. 4 — LeRoy Odom, Mayo. 
District No. 5 — Cora McKinney, Mayo. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — L. J. Byrd, Branford. 
District No. 2— C. F. Hart, Mayo. 



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LAKE 
COUNTY SEAT — TAVARES 

County Judge— W. Troy Hall, Jr. 

Sheriff— Willis V. McCall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Frank E. Owens. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. G. Cassady. 

Tax Collector— Pearl L. CuUen. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — C. A. Vaughn, Jr. 

County Surveyor — T. O. Moorhead. 

Supervisor of Registration — Katherine Lange Baker. 

Judge Small Claims Court — C. Welborn Daniel. Resigned 

Oct. 1, 1956 and Robert E. Pierce, commissioned Oct. 4, 

1956, until Jan. 8, 1957. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No, 1 — George L. Singeltary, Leesburg. 
District No. 2 — J. C. Cowart, Mascotte. 
District No. 3 — Jack H. Hooten, Minneola. 
District No. 4— O. M. Simpson, Mt. Dora. 
District No. 5 — H. Lightfoot, Umatilla. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — W. Chester Crowder, Eustis. 
District No. 2 — W. A. Knowles, Leesburg. 
District No, 3 — Lacy G. Thomas, Groveland. 
District No. 4 — Fred H. Adkinson, Minneola. 
District No. 5— Paul W. Bryan, Umatilla. 

OKLAWAHA BASIN RECREATION AND WATER CONSERVATION 
AND CONTROL AUTHORITY 

Byron E. Herlong, Leesburg, term expires Senate of 1955. 
E. J. Burrell, Eustis, term expires Senate of 1955. 
Floyd Harrison, Clermont, term expires Senate of 1955. 

LAKE COUNTY SCHOOL BUILDING AUTHORITY 

Alfred Rehbaum, Sr., Mt. Dora; term expires July 1, 1953. 
Tim Knowles, Leesburg; term expires July 1, 1955. 

LEE 

COUNTY SEAT — FT. MYERS 

County Judge — Archie M. Odom. 
Sheriff — Flanders Thompson. 



158 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. T. Farabee. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Clarence A. Clutz, deceased, and 

W. Stanley Hanson, Jr., Ft. Myers, commissioned August 

23, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 
Tax Collector — James B. Roberts. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Ray Tipton. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Frank A. Pavese. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Tuttle Smith. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Charles M. Roberts. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— P. B. Crews, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 2 — Alvin Gorton, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3— Robert E. Parks, Ft. Myers Beach. 
District No. 4 — Dawson McDaniel, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 5— Wilson Pigott, Ft. Myers. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Earl Hord, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 2— Carl J. Mitchell, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3 — Burgess Tichenor 
District No. 4— C. J. Bowden, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 5— Gilbert H. Moore, Ft. Myers. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — John W. Knight, Boca Grande, resigned April 
23, 1956, and Kingsmore Johnson, Jr., commissioned May 
17, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

HARBOR MASTER 

R. C. Kuhl, Boca Grande, confirmed by Senate and commis- 
sioned June 6, 1955 until November 21, 1955. 

MEMBERS FORT MYERS FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

C. Oren Smith, Ft. Myers, commissioned Feb. 3, 1954 for 4 

years. 
Albert C. Hitzling, Ft. Myers, commissioned Oct. 8, 1954 for 

4 years. 

FORT MYERS BEACH FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Don Zimmer, Ft. Myers, term expired April 8, 1956. 



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Paul R. Fell, Boca Grande, commissioned Oct. 7, 1955 for 4 

years. 
Robert H. Smith, Ft. Myers, term expires Aug. 24, 1956. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE, PORT OF BOCA GRANDE 

Coram Lanier, Boca Grande, term expired November 11, 1955, 

confirmed by the Senate and commissioned November 11, 

1955 until November 11, 1959. 
W. B. Presley, Boca Grande, term expired November 11, 1955, 

confirmed by the Senate and commissioned November 11, 

1955 until November 11, 1959. 
Gilbert Lane, Boca Grande, term expired November 11, 1955, 

confirmed by the Senate and commissioned November 11, 

1955 until November 11, 1959. 
R. C. Kuhl, Boca Grande, resigned April 1, 1955 and T. R. 

Hargis, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned Nov- 
ember 11, 1955 until November 11, 1959. 
T. S. Parkinson, Boca Grande, term expired November 11, 

1955, confirmed by the Senate and commissioned November 

11, 1955 until November 11, 1959. 

BOCA GRANDE FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Everett Tucker, Boca Grande, term expired July 2, 1955, 

recommissioned October 14, 1955 until July 2, 1959. 
Johnny L. Downing, Boca Grande, term expired December 

9, 1955, recommissioned January 9, 1956 until December 

9, 1959. 
Peter Hansen, Boca Grande, term expired September 18, 1955 

and recommissioned October 14, 1955 until September 18, 

1959. 

FORT MYERS BEACH MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Donald B. Glorieux, Ft. Myers, commissioned August 3, 1955 
until July 12, 1957. 

NORTH FORT MYERS FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

E. E. Timms, Ft. Myers, commissioned July 16, 1956 until 

July 16, I960.. 
Johnie Walker, Ft. Myers, commissioned July 16, 1956 until 

July 16, 1960. 
Al Hitzling, Ft. Myers, commissioned August 31, 1956 until 

August 31, 1960. 



160 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

SANIBEL ISLAND FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

J. M. Hiers, Ft. Myers, commissioned August 16, 1956 until 

August 16, 1960. 
Orren O. Murphy, Ft. Myers, commissioned August 16, 1956 

until August 16, 1960. 
V. H. McVettie, Sanibel, commissioned October 26, 1956 until 

October 26, 1960. 

SANIBEL-CAPTIVA ISLANDS MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

John T. Wakefield, Captiva, commissioned February 11, 1955 

until October 11, 1957. 
Richard F. Kearns, Sanibel, commissioned February 11, 1955 

until October 11, 1957. 
Francis P. Bailey, Jr., Sanibel, commissioned February 11, 

1955 until October 11, 1957. 

LEON 

COUNTY SEAT TALLAHASSEE 

County Judge — Lawrence Renfroe. 

Sheriff— W. P. Joyce. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George G. Crawford. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John P. Brown. 

Tax Collector— W. Kenneth Collins. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Amos P. Godby, 

County Surveyor — Lester G. Flannagan. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Clinton N. Ashmore. 

Supervisor of Registration — Hattie L. Coles. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Harry H. Mitchell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. B. (Jack) Levins, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2— J. Christie Hall, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3— Leon C. TuUy, Tallahassee. 
District No. 4 — H. G. Easterwood, Tallahassee. 
District No. 5— W. W. Kelley, Tallahassee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No 1— W. T. Moore, Jr., Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — J. D. Johnson, Tallahassee. 
District No 3— T. B. Revell, Tallahassee. 
District No. 4 — Louis Hill, Tallahassee. 



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District No. 5 — J. Allen Stiles, Jr., Tallahassee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. Richard Harris, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — W. A. Register, Tallahassee. 

I 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. H. Hopkins, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2 — H. A. Jones, Tallahassee. 

COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

W. Dell Hartt, Tallahassee, commissioned August 23, 1955 

until January 26, 1957. 
Jack M. Green, Tallahassee, commissioned August 24, 1955 

until December 23, 1956. 
Roy T. Rhodes, Tallahassee, commissioned August 23, 1955 

until December 19, 1956. 
B. Cheever Lewis, Tallahassee, commissioned August 25, 1955 

until December 18, 1957. 
F. E. Steinmeyer, Jr., commissioned August 23, 1955 until 

December 30, 1956. 

COMMISSION FOR THE CONSOLIDATION OF THE GOVERNMENTS 
OF LEON COUNTY AND THE CITY OF TALLAHASSEE 

William T. Mayo, Tallahassee, commissioned August 21, 1953 

for 2 years. 
Al E. Thornton, Tallahassee, commissioned August 18, 1953 

for 2 years. 
W. K. Whitfield, Tallahassee, commissioned August 17, 1953 

for 2 years. 
Leonard A. Wesson, Tallahassee, commissioned August 17, 

1953 for 2 years. 
W. W. Kelley, Tallahassee, commissioned August 25, 1953 for 

2 years. 
Sidney W. Mendelson, Tallahassee, commissioned August 28, 

1953 for 2 years. 
Ross Hannon, Tallahassee, commissioned September 4, 1953 

for 2 years. 

LEVY 

COUNTY SEAT BRONSON 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Anderson. 

Sheriff— G. T. Robbins. Suspended February 9, 1955 and Fred 



162 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Moring commissioned February 10, 1955, resigned Septem- 
ber 21, 1956 and J. W. Turner commissioned September 
22, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ernest Stephens. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dogan S. Cobb. 

Tax Collector — John H. Hardee. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Alvin E. Mikell, 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Louise N. Sale. 

Judge Small Claims Court — G. C. Perdue. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — J. Frank West. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carroll W. Gilbert, Bronson. 
District No. 2— David W. Weeks, Chiefland. 
District No. 3— John F. Yearty, Otter Creek. 
District No. 4 — Pete Baylor, Cedar Key, 
District No. 5— M. L. Smith, Williston. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Stuart Brock, Trenton. 
District No. 2 — Burton J. Walrath, Cedar Key. 
District No. 3— Elliott Whitehurst, Williston. 
District No. 4 — Ernest Ward, Chiefland. 
District No. 5 — C. G. Petteway, Gulf Hammock. 

LIBERTY 

COUNTY SEAT BRISTOL 

County Judge — R. H. Deason. 

Sheriff— S. G. Revell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. G. Larkins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. F. Bateman. 

Tax Collector — A. L. Summers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Jack H. Summers. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bessie Reese. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Richard C. PhiUips, Rock Bluff. 
District No. 2 — Arthur G. Preacher, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Joe L. Lindsey, Sumatra. 
District No. 4 — David L. Sykes, Hosford. 
District No. 5— A. M. Shuler, Telogia. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Barney H. Stoutamire, Hosford. 
District No. 2— W. H. Howell, Bristol. 
District No. 3— Alfred A. Beck, Telogia. 
District No. 4— Clifford Whittle, Rock Bluff. 
District No. 5 — Donald Gregory, Sumatra. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Albert Faircloth, Bristol. 
Districe No. 4 — J. W. Howell, Hosford. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Dick Boykin, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — Fate Ferrell, Bristol. 

MADISON 

COUNTY SEAT — MADISON 

County Judge — Curtis D. Earp. 

Sheriff — Simeon H. Moore. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Dale M. Leslie. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Angus H. Armstrong. 

Tax Collector— Pat Milliner. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Griffin Bishop. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Ernest M. Page, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur E. Ragans. 

County Surveyor — John W. Wadsworth. 

Judge Small Claims Court — J. Pope Cheney, resigned June 

21, 1955 and Mrs. Alice Williams commissioned June 24, 

1955 until January 8, 1957. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Pat S. Cantey, Madison. 
District No. 2 — Elzie King, Madison. 
District No. 3 — Grover C. Cone, Greenville. 
District No. 4 — Clarence P. Andrews, Greenville. 
District No. 5 — Coleman Richardson, Madison. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Alex H. Smith, Madison. 
District No. 2 — John R. Collins, Lovett. 
District No. 3— T. P. McLeod, Jr., Greenville. 
District No. 4 — S. R. Sapp, Madison. 



164 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

District No. 5 — Marcus Cherry, Lee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 5 — A. L. Leggett, Greenville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— A. E. Fraleigh, Madison. 
District No. 5 — Albert O. Sistrunk, Greenville. 
District No. 7 — Lewis Floyd, Madison. 

MADISON COUNTY HEALTH AND HOSPITAL BOARD 

J. Vickers, Madison, term expired July 25, 1955, recommis- 
sioned September 22, 1955 until July 25, 1959. 

J. P. Johnson, Madison, term expired July 25, 1955, and J. J. 
Sale, Jr., Madison, commissioned September 22, 1955 until 
July 25, 1959. 

James Hardee, Madison, term expired July 25, 1955 and T. 
F. Livingston, Madison, commissioned September 22, 1955 
until July 25, 1959. 

Mrs. R. C. Home, Madison, term expired July 25, 1955, re- 
commissioned September 22, 1955 until July 25, 1959. 

Van H. Priest, term expired July 25, 1955, and Frank Cantey, 
Madison, commissioned September 22, 1955 until July 25, 
1959. 

Henry Messer, Madison, term expired July 25, 1955 and re- 
commissioned September 22, 1955 until July 25, 1959. 

S. E. Whitty, Madison, term expires July 25, 1957. 

Mrs. W. T. Davis, Madison, term expires July 25, 1957. 

T. P. McLeod, Jr., Madison, term expires July 25, 1957. 

V. S. Smith, Madison, term expires July 25, 1957. 

C. S. Blalock, Madison, term expires July 25, 1957. 

T, J. Beggs, Jr., Madison, term expires July 25, 1957. 

Mrs. H. D. Oxford, Madison, term expires July 25, 1957. 

MANATEE 

COUNTY SEAT — BRADENTON 

County Judge — George R. Hitchcolk. Resigned July 6, 1955 
and Robert E. Hensley commissioned July 7, 1955 until 
January 8, 1957. 

Sheriff— Roy F. Baden. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Lloyd M. Hicks. 

County Aessossor of Taxes — James A. Howze, Jr. 



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Tax Collector — Gilbert E. Johnson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. Hartley Blackburn. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Warren M. Goodrich. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lendell Sharer. 

County Surveyor — Karl Squires. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. Alden Gillett, Parrish. 
District No. 2— H. C. Slaughter, Palmetto. 
District No. 3 — Herman Burnett, Bradenton. 
District No. 4 — Ralph S. Clark, Jr., Bradenton. 
District No. 5 — Charles H. Owens, Bradenton. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. P. Harllee, Jr., Palmetto. 
District No. 2— Robert E. Willis, Bradenton. 
District No. 3 — Vernor L. DeSear, Samoset. 
District No. 4 — Harry H. Looney, Bradenton. 
District No. 5 — Walter W. Council, Palmetto. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— C. L. Baker, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — Frank Schaub, Bradenton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Gordon S. Cox, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — Henry W. Johnson, Bradenton. 

MANATEE COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

L. P. Thomas, Palmetto, term expired January, 1955. 
Wm. M. Snyder, Palmetto, term expired January, 1955. 
J. Paul Council, Bradenton, term expired January, 1955. 
Mark E. Wyatt, Oneco, term expired January, 1955. 

ANNA MARIA ISLAND FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Cy Faureau, Bradenton Beach, commissioned November 18, 
1955 until September 30, 1956. 

Sherwood D. R. Smith, Anna Maria, commissioned November 
18, 1955 until September 11, 1958. 

Herbert D. Meeker, Bradenton Beach, commissioned Novem- 
ber 18, 1955 until September 30, 1957. 

James A. Forrester, Anna Maria, commissioned November 
18, 1955 until September 30, 1958. 



166 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Louis S. Cobb, Bradenton Beach, commissioned November 
18, 1955 until September 30, 1957. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE WHITFIELD ZONING DISTRICT 

Glenn L. Berry, Manatee, term expired February 11, 1955 

and E. D. Quinnell, Sarasota, commissioned February 2, 

1956 until February 11, 1958. 
F. G. Dumont, Sarasota, commissioned February 7, 1956 until 

August 5, 1957. 
I. M. Clicquennoi, Sarasota, commissioned February 8, 1956 

until June 1, 1957. 
Edwin A. Zundel, Sarasota, commissioned February 9, 1956 

until February 9, 1959. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF MANATEE COUNTY 

George W. Barnes, East Bradenton, commissioned July 26, 

1955 until July 26, 1958. 
E. F. Staples, Samoset, commissioned February 8, 1955 until 

August 29, 1958. 
Oscar Smith, Sr., Palmetto, commissioned April 15, 1955 until 

October 9, 1958. 
Louis J. Longpre, Bradenton, commissioned April 15, 1955 

until April 15, 1959. 
A. W. Juergans, Bradenton Beach, commissioned April 15, 

1955 until July 24, 1958. 

MANATEE COUNTY ANTI-MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

H. S. Moody, Bradenton, commissioned May 12, 1955 until 

January 1, 1957. 
H. B. Miller, Anna Maria, commissioned May 12, 1955 until 

January 1, 1957. 
John Neil McClure, Bradenton, commissioned June 1, 1955 

until January 1, 1957. 

ANNA MARIA ISLAND EROSION PREVENTION BOARD 

Paul J. Carlisle, Anna Maria Beach, resigned December 22, 
1955 and Samuel P. Adams, commissioned January 6, 1956 
until October 14, 1956. 

R. Maxwell Ingham, Holmes Beach, resigned October 11, 1955 
and Hugh Holmes, Bradenton Beach, commissioned Nov- 
ember 17, 1955 until October 26, 1956. 

Irby R. Pollard, Bradenton Beach, term expired October 27, 
1956. 



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ZONING COMMISSION OF THE WHITFIELD ZONING DISTRICT 

George A. King, Sarasota, term expired October 1, 1953. 
Claude Raibourn, Sarasota, term expires January 16, 1958. 
Harold A. Spalding, M. D., Sarasota, commissioned March 1, 

1955 until October 1, 1958. 

G. E. Rautenberg, Sarasota, commissioned November 4, 1955 

until September 12, 1959. 
W. J. Foster, Sarasota, commissioned October 15, 1956 until 

October 1, 1957. 

MARION 

COUNTY SEAT- — OCALA 

County Judge — D. R. Smith. 

Sheriff — Donald L. McLeod, resigned September 1, 1955 and 
David Baillie, Jr., commissioned September 1, 1955 until 
January 8, 1957. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John F. Nicholson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Ernest C. Nott, Sr. 

Tax Collector — L. R. Bracken. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — N. Broward Lovell. 

County Surveyor — Jack W. Jernigan. 

Supervisor of Registration — Fannie R. Pasteur. 

Judge Small Claims Court — E. G. Musleh, term expired Nov- 
ember 8, 1955 and A. G. Pattillo, Jr., commissioned Nov- 
ember 8, 1955 until November 8, 1957. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. Bruce Meffert, Ocala. 
District No. 2— A. B. Folks, Ocala. 
District No. 3 — J. O. Monroe, Summerfield. 
District No. 4— Geo. W. Mullins, Ocala. 
District No. 5— Julius C. Martin, Ft. McCoy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. Miles Hiers, Ocala. Resigned January 20, 

1956 and John W. Selph, Ocala, commissioned March 20, 
1956 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 2 — Beecher Beck, Ocala. 
District No. 3— L. H. Marsh, Eureka. 
District No. 4 — George W. Newsom, Ocala. 
District No. 5 — Key Scales, Jr., Wiersdale. 



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JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Charles Thomas, Ocala; term expired January, 1954, re- 
commissioned for term ending January 2, 1956, recom- 
missioned for term ending January 8, 1957, 

Henry E. Chalker, Sr., Dunellon; term expires January, 1955. 

MARTIN 

COUNTY SEAT STUART 

County Judge — Arthur R. Clonts. 

Sheriff— Roy C. Baker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. Dorothy Pierce. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Courson. 

Tax Collector— L. C. Kickliter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John W. Martin. 

Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. J. P. Blakeslee. 

County Surveyor — James E. (Jim) Brock. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Theodore C. Houk. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Seymour Gideon, Jensen Beach. 
District No. 2 — Earl J. Ricou, Stuart. 
District No. 3— E. J. Arnold, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — Chas. William Leighton, Stuart. 
District No. 5 — Earl G. Knoll, Indiantown. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — T. R. Hellier, Jensen Beach. 

District No. 2— J. D. Parker, Stuart. 

District No. 3— Mrs. Ted R. Chambers, Hobe Sound. 

District No. 4 — Lee Higbee, Stuart. 

District No. 5 — O. D. Hataway, Indiantown. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Harry C. Beckman, Stuart. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Caveny, Indiantown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Marvin H. Crowe, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Dease, Indiantown. 



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MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Stanley Kitching, Stuart, term expires January, 1957. 

EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD 

Roy Segree, Indiantown, term expired August 7, 1953 and 
James M. Myers, Jr., Indiantown, commissioned April 11, 
1956 until next Senate. 

MONROE 

COUNTY SEAT — KEY WEST 

County Judge — Raymond R. Lord. 
Sheriff — John M. Spottswood. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Earl R. Adams. 
Clerk Criminal Court Record — Harry Dongo. 
Judge, Criminal Court Record — Thomas S. Caro. 
Solicitor, Criminal Court Record — Allan B. Cleare, Jr. 
Judge Juvenile Court — Eva Warner Gibson. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Claude A. Gandolfo. 
Tax Collector — Howard E. Wilson. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Horace O'Bryant. 
Supervisor of Registration — Samuel B. Pinder, Sr. 
Judge, Small Claims Court — Paul E. Esquinaldo, Key West, 
commissioned December 10, 1956 until January 6, 1959. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Joe Allen, Key West. 
District No. 2 — William A. Freeman, Jr., Key West. 
District No, 3 — Clarence S. Higgs, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Gerald Saunders, Key West. 
District No. 5 — Harry Harris, Tavemier. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — William R. Warren, Jr., Key West. 
District No. 2— Gerald H. Adams, Key West. 
District No. 3— Keller Watson, Key West. 
District No. 4 — H. Earl Duncan, Key West. 
District No. 5 — Edney B. Parker, Key West. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Ira Franklin Albury, Key West. 

District No. 2 — Roy Hamlin, Key West. 

District No. 3 — R. D. Zetterower, Key West, resigned February 



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1, 1955 and Ralph E. Cunningham commissioned February 
14, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Laura Roberts Johnson, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Jose Espinosa, Key West. 
District No. 3— D. M. Andrew, Key West. 

ANTI-MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Neil Saunders, Key West; term expires January, 1957. 
Albert W. Moeller, Islamorada; term expires January, 1957. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

(Subject to Senate Confirmatioyi) 

EVERGLADE FIRE CONTROL MONROE COUNTY 

Edelmiro Morales, Key West; term expires Senate of 1955. 

HARBOR MASTER 

W. Fred Edwards, Key West, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 17, 1955 until February 7, 1956, re- 
commissioned February 7, 1956 until next Senate, confirm- 
ed by the Senate and recommissioned August 22, 1956 until 
February 7, 1958. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE 

Dr. J. C. Sanchez, Key West, commissioned April 5, 1955 until 

the next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommission- 
ed July 20, 1955 until June 19, 1957. 
Lou Smith, Key West, commissioned April 5, 1955 until next 

Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 

13, 1955 until June 19, 1957. 
Ralph Faraldo, Key West, commissioned April 5, 1955 until 

next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 

June 15, 1955 until June 19, 1957. 
Paul L. Archer, Key West, commissioned April 14, 1955 until 

next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 

August 5, 1955 until June 19, 1957. 
Dewey Riggs, Key West, commissioned May 30, 1955 until 

next Senate, confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned 

August 11, 1955 until June 19, 1957. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 171 

NASSAU 

COUNTY SEAT FERNANDINA 

County Judge — H. V. Burgess. 

Sheriff— H. J. Youngblood. 

Clerk Circuit Court— T. W. Brown. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. N. McKendree. 

Tax Collector— Ira W. Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John T. Weisner. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Marie B. Struss. 

Judge Small Claims Court — E. V. Garcia, 

County Surveyor — George W. Lovesee. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John T. Ferreira, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 2 — William N. Galphin, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 3— H. S. McKendree, Yulee. 
District No. 4— Kelley E. Walker, Hilliard. 
District No. 5 — Frank Shaffer, Callahan. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — William H. Russell, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 2 — J. B. Higginbotham, Hilliard. 
District No. 3 — J. W. Higginbotham, Callahan. 
District No. 4 — B. T. O'Quinn, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 5 — Walter J. Murray, Fernandina Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George R. Sutton, Yulee. 
District No. 5 — Leon C. Hodges, Callahan. 
District No. 6—1. T. Blake, Hilliard. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clements P. Rutishauser, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 5— Ellis R. Keen, Callahan. 
District No. 6 — R. E. Johnson, Hilliard. 

NASSAU COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

District No. 1 — J. M. Osley, Fernandina Beach, commissioned 
January 4, 1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in 
January 1959. 

District No. 2 — Mrs. John McClane, Sr., Fernandina Beach, 
commissioned December 15, 1954 until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 3 — John W. Page, Yulee, commissioned January 



172 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

4, 1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 
1959. 

District No. 4 — Mrs. F. C. Butler, Hilliard, term expires Janu- 
ary 8, 1957. 

District No. 5— Mrs. T. B. Wells, Jr., Callahan, term expires 
January 8, 1957. 

OCEAN HIGHWAY AND PORT AUTHORITY 

Group No. 1 — Harry D. Johnson, Fernandina Beach, term 
expires January 8, 1957. 

Group No. 2 — O. Ben Sorensen, Fernandina Beach, term 
expires January 8, 1957. 

Group No. 3 — C. B. Ingram, Fernandina Beach, commissioned 
January 4, 1955 until January 6, 1959. 

Group No. 4 — R. P. Jones, Fernandina Beach, commissioned 
January 4, 1955 until January 6, 1959. 

Group No. 5 — E. E. Lasserre, Fernandina Beach, commission- 
ed January 4, 1955 until January 6, 1959. 

AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Albin C. Thompson, Jr., Fernandina, term expired January 
26, 1955, recommissioned for term ending January 26, 1959. 

G. Ralph Wolff, Fernandina, term expired January 29, 1955, 
recommissioned for term ending January 29, 1959. 

Joseph F. Pope, Fernandina, term expired January 29, 1955, 
recommissioned for term ending January 29, 1959. 

HARBOR MASTER 

George T. Davis, Fernandina, commissioned January 3, 1955 
until Senate of 1955, confirmed by the Senate and recom- 
missioned July 15, 1955 until April 5, 1957. 

OKALOOSA 

COUNTY SEAT CRESTVIEW 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Osbom. 

Sheriff — H. Isle Enzor, deceased and Ray Wilson commission- 
ed July 6, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Cecil L. Anchors. 
County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Vaughan. 
Tax Collector — Cortez L. Campbell. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Lance C. Richbourg. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 173 

Supervisor of Registration — J. M. Garrett, Jr. 

County Attorney — Clyde Campbell. 

Judge Small Claims Court — A. B. Robinson, resigned October 

14, 1955 and Harry Booth commissioned October 25, 1955 

until January 8, 1957. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — C. L. Fleming, Crestview. 
District No. 2— Malachi King, Ft. Walton Beach. 
District No. 3 — Grady Garrett, Crestview. 
District No. 4 — L. (Lunnie) Barnes, Baker. 
District No. 5 — Walter S. Spence, Niceville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— S. W. Senterfitt, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 2 — J. E. Brunson, Destin. 
District No. 3— H. L. Hilton, Baker. 
District No. 4 — I. P. Cadenhead, Crestview. 
District No. 5— L. M. Phelps, Niceville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — Robert G. McKinley, Crestview. 
District No. 6— F. B. McClain, Ft. Walton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. W. Sanders, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3— Willard Alford, Niceville. 
District No. 6 — John O. Scarbrough, Destin. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

L. W. Hicks, Baker, commissioned November 2, 1955 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958. 
Y. A. Clegorne, Crestview, commissioned November 4, 1955 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958. 
C. C. Thompson, Fort Walton Beach, commissioned January 

9, 1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 

1957. 
Philip Early, Valparaiso, commissioned January 23, 1956 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958. 
Durrell Lee, Crestview, commissioned January 18, 1956 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957. 

OKALOOSA COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

Joseph R. Anderson, Fort Walton, resigned January 26, 1956 



174 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

and John D, Stokes, Baker, commissioned January 31, 1956 

until March 30, 1956, recommissioned April 2, 1956 until 

March 30, 1960. 
Nelson P. Davis, Valparaiso, term expires March 31, 1957. 
Lester Childs, Niceville, term expires March 31, 1958. 
Mrs. Eva Raybon, Crestview, term expires April 7, 1958. 
H. H. Harris, Jr., Crestview, term expired April 6, 1955 and 

Hampton C. Reese, Crestview, commissioned May 18, 1955 

until April 6, 1959. 

OKALOOSA ISLAND AUTHORITY 

W. L. Marler, Destin, commissioned July 8, 1955 until first 

Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 
C. B. McLeod, Crestview, commissioned July 11, 1955 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 
James Lee, Crestview, commissioned January 9, 1956 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959. 

OKEECHOBEE 

COUNTY SEAT — OKEECHOBEE 

County Judge— T. W. Conely, Jr. 

Sheriff— N. O. Stewart. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Haynes E. Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Robert La Martin. 

Tax Collector — Bessie Alderman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Carl T. Durrance. Re- 
signed August 31, 1956 and Omar L. Hunt commissioned 
September 10, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

Prosecuting Attorney — G. C. Durrance. 

Supervisor of Registration — Nora Haskill Bachand. 

Surveyor — R. E. Willis. 

Judge Small Claims Court — G. E. Bryant, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Clarence E. Arnold, Okeechobee. 
District No. 2 — Irvin Register, Okeechobee. 
District No. 3 — J. M. Hayes, Okeechobee. 
District No. 4 — Clayton White, Okeechobee. 
District No. 5 — Jesse Davis, Okeechobee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Harle Williams, Okeechobee. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 175 

District No. 2 — Mabel Raulerson Sheffield, Okeechobee. Res- 
igned November 1, 1955 and Mrs. Hope Leslie Hendry com- 
missioned November 10, 1955 until Jan 8, 1957. 

District No. 3 — Enola H. Elledge, Okeechobee. 

District No. 4 — Hubert Harden, Okeechobee. 

District No. 5 — Dozier Smith, Okeechobee. 

MEMBERS, BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE OKEECHOBEE 
PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

W. D. Coker, Okeechobee, term expired September 12, 1956 

and Mrs. Kathleen Wherrell, commissioned September 27, 

1956 until September 12, 1960. 
H. H. Raulerson, Okeechobee, term expired August 29, 1955 

and Claude Holcomb, Okeechobee, commissioned August 

13, 1956 until August 29, 1959. 
Mrs. J. O. Pearce, Jr., Okeechobee, term expired August 27, 

1955 and Marian Pearce, Okeechobee, commissioned August 

16, 1956 until August 27, 1959. 

John M. Roe, Sr., Okeechobee, commissioned August 8, 1956 

until August 24, 1958. 
Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovitz, Okeechobee, commissioned August 

17, 1956 until September 18, 1957. 

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY WELFARE BOARD 

Mrs. J. B. Kelley, Okeechobee, term expired October 1, 1955 

and recommissioned December 7, 1955 until October 1, 

1959. 
Claude Holcomb, Okeechobee, resigned September 6, 1955 

and J. H. Wiles, Okeechobee, commissioned September 28, 

1955 until August 13, 1957. 
Mrs. Austin Pearce, Okeechobee, term expired October 16, 

1955. 
Burnett Bartlett, Okeechobee, resigned September 6, 1955 

and T. H. Nix, Okeechobee, commissioned November 9, 1955 

until September 18, 1957. 
W. Allen Markham, Okeechobee, term expired September 

25, 1955 and recommissioned November 29, 1955 until 

September 25, 1959. 



176 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

ORANGE 

COUNTY SEAT — ORLANDO 

County Judge — Victor Hutchins, resigned November 30, 1955 
and Roger A. Barker commissioned November 29, 1955 until 
January 8, 1957. 

Sheriff — S. Davis Starr, 

Clerk Circuit Court — Arthur W. Newell. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — Charles E. Limpus. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — W. M. Murphy. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Richard H. Cooper. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mrs. Helen Bennett, 

County Tax Collector — C. A. Cheesman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Judson B. Walker. 

County Surveyor — Wm. C. Hart. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Dixie P. Barber. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Sylvan McElroy. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — James T. Cooper, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — John H. Talton, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Mims, Winter Garden. 
District No. 4— John T. Murdoch, Jr., Orlando. 
District No. 5— J. W, McDowall, Winter Park, 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Bethel B. Turner, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Hermit E. Smith, Apopka. 
District No. 3— W. J. Taylor, Jr., Winter Park. 
District No. 4 — Robert N. Heintzelman, Orlando. 
District No. 5 — Brantley Burcham, Orlando. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. G. Duckworth, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Johnie A. McLeod, Apopka. 
District No. 3— C. M. Tucker, Winter Garden. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — George F. Jump, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Fred L. Risener, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — Carl G. Sanders, Ocoee. 



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ORANGE COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Floyd L. Land, Orlando, commissioned January 
4, 1955 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 2 — Charles E. Wells, Apopka, term expires Janu- 
ary 8, 1957. 

District No. 3 — W. F. Cappleman, Jr., Winter Garden, com- 
missioned January 4, 1955 until January 6, 1959. 

District No. 4 — G. Clarence Ziegler, Orlando, deceased and 
Ley H. Smith, Orlando, commissioned June 29, 1956 until 
January 8, 1957. 

District No. 5 — H. C. Buchanan, Winter Park, commissioned 
January 4, 1955 until January 6, 1959. 

WEST ORANGE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

J. S. Fairchild, Winter Garden, term expired September 24, 
1955 and W. F. Cappleman, Jr., Winter Garden, commission- 
ed October 17, 1955 until September 24, 1958. 

Harry M. Smith, Winter Garden, term expired September 24, 
1955 and recommissioned October 26, 1955 until September 
24, 1958. 

Mrs. John F. Houck, Gotha, term expired September 24, 1956. 

William D. Hartzog, Winter Garden, commissioned August 
31, 1955 until September 24, 1956. 

D. Keith Abele, Windermere, commissioned October 31, 1955 
until September 24, 1957. 

William Arrington, Orlando, commissioned November 4, 1955 
until September 24, 1957. 

Harold D. Maguire, Ocoee, term expired September 24, 1953. 

THE PINE HILLS FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

Dave Pierce, Orlando, commissioned March 12, 1956 until 
January 8, 1957. 

OSCEOLA 

COUNTY SEAT — KISSIMMEE 

County Judge — O. P. Johnson. 

Sheriff— Robert M. Buckels. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Glenn Ray. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wade H. Lanier, Jr. 

Tax Collector— W. E. Pound. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — James C. Tyson. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Phillip R. Kelley. 



178 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Iris D. Sigler. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Edward Brinson. 
County Surveyor — Joe E. Johnston, Kissimmee. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — M. M. Overstreet, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — John J. Robertson, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — Tom Bumby, Kissimmee. 
District No. 4— Leon E. Godwin, St. Cloud. 
District No. 5 — L. J. Harvey, Kenansville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clyde E. Story, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2 — J. M. Yeates, Kissimmee. 
District No. 3 — Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 
District No. 4 — Louise Hettinger, St. Cloud. 
District No. 5 — George Kempfer, Deer Park. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — C. E. Guffin, Kissimmee, deceased and Mrs. 

Lottie P. Guffin commissioned April 12, 1956 until January 

8, 1957. 
District No, 2— James E. Mozley, St. Cloud. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — C. F. Prevatt, Kissimmee, resigned December 
3, 1956 and Mack McClain, Kissimmee commissioned De- 
cember 31, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 2— Geo. B. Jeffers, 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. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Hugh MacMillan, com- 
missioned November 26, 1956 until December 31, 1958. 

Solicitor Criminal Court Record — T. Harold Williams, res- 
igned November 14, 1955 and Charles A. Nugent, Jr., com- 
missioned November 21, 1955 until January 8, 1957, 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 179 

County Assessor of Taxes — James M. Owens, Jr. 
Tax Collector — Stetson O. Sproul. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Howell L. Watkins. 
Supervisor of Registration — DeWitt Upthegrove. 
Judge Small Claims Court — F. A. Currie. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Kenneth P. Foster, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 2 — Lake Lytal, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3— Roy E. Michael, Jr., Lake Worth. 
District No. 4 — Ben F. Sundy, Delray Beach. 
District No. 5 — Paul Rardin, Canal Point. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Thurmond W. Knight, Pahokee. 
District No. 2— Geo. W. Slaton, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3 — Elizabeth S. Hand, Delray Beach. 
District No. 4 — Henry O. Earwood, Belle Glade. 
District No. 5— Ralph H. Kettler, West Palm Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — John Ziegler, Jupiter. 
District No. 2 — Kenneth R. Nix, Lake Park. 
District No. 3 — Robert H. Eaves, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 4— T. P. Carry, Lake Worth. 
District No. 6— W. E. Wilcox, Delray Beach. 
District No. 7— Robert T. Bardin, Canal Point. 
District No. 8 — Joseph R. Cherry, Belle Glade. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Glynn E. Mayo, Jupiter, commissioned August 

11, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 
District No. 2 — Peaslee Streets, Lake Park. 
District No. 3 — Hugh Anderson, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 4 — Louis Carroll, Lake Worth. 
District No. 6 — W. Bruce Wheeler, Delray Beach. 
District No. 7 — Francis Cross, Canal Point. 
District No. 8— Buford F. Prescott, Belle Glade. 

COMMISSIONERS, PORT OF PALM BEACH DISTRICT 

William H. Dyer, Palm Beach, term expires January 8, 1957. 
Billy B. Burns, West Palm Beach, term expires January 8, 
1957. 



180 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

L. R. Bishop, West Palm Beach, term expires January 8, 1957. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Edgar S. Washburn, West Palm Beach, term expired Senate 
1955. Gordon E. Rankin, West Palm Beach, confirmed by 
the Senate and commissioned June 7, 1955 until June 28, 
1955, recommissioned July 27, 1955 until next Senate. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE PORT OF PALM BEACH 

Marvin P. Anthony, West Palm Beach, term expires Sep- 
tember 12, 1957. 

R. E. Hotard, West Palm Beach, term expires August 29, 1957. 

T. T. Reese, Jr., Palm Beach, term expires September 12, 
1957. 

Robert F. Cromwell, Riviera Beach, term expires September 
29, 1957. 

Charles Evans, Jr., West Palm Beach, term expires August 
29, 1957. 

JUPITER INLET DISTRICT 

Roy S. Rood, Jupiter, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 4 
years. 

Stanley Peeler, Jupiter, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 4 
years, resigned July 9, 1956 and Benjamin H. Rigg, Jupiter, 
commissioned August 8, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

Robert F. Kleiser, Jupiter, term expires January 8, 1957. 

SOUTHWESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

Harold Rabin, Belle Glade, term expired June 6, 1955 and 
George L. Royal, Belle Glade, commissioned June 15, 1955 
until June 6, 1958. 

Fritz Stein, Chosen, term expired June 6, 1955, recommission- 
ed July 5, 1955 until June 6, 1958. 

C. A. Thomas, Lake Harbor, term expired June 13, 1956. 

Herman L. Close, Belle Glade, term expires June 2, 1957. 

Herbert D. Beck, Belle Glade, term expired June 3, 1955 and 
recommissioned June 15, 1955 until June 3, 1958. 

NORTHWESTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL 

M. P. Stanley, Pahokee, term expired April 21, 1955 and 
Robert D. Apelgren, Pahokee, commissioned May 19, 1955 
until April 21, 1958. 

Vena Mae Schroeder, Pahokee, term expired September 6, 



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1955 and Jess M. Elliott, Pahokee, commissioned October 
19, 1955 until September 6, 1958. 

Albert Fremd, Canal Point, term expired June 8, 1956 and 
O. H. Sheppard, Canal Point, commissioned August 6, 1956 

until June 8, 1959. 
William O. Moss, Pahokee, term expired June 6, 1955 and 

recommissioned June 15, 1955 until June 6, 1958. 
A. R. Harrington, Pahokee, term expired June 22, 1957. 

SOUTHEASTERN PALM BEACH COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Charles Senior, Boynton Beach, commissioned January 11, 

1956 until March 1, 1957. 

W. J. Snow, Delray Beach commissioned January 11, 1956 

until March 1, 1956, recommissioned March 7, 1956 until 

March 1, 1960. 
Emory J. Barrow, Palm Beach, commissioned January 11, 1956 

until March 1, 1956. 
Frances P. Spalsbury, Boca Raton, commissioned January 11, 

1956 until March 1, 1958. 
Mrs. Catherine E. Strong, Delray Beach, commissioned 

January 11, 1956 until March 1, 1957. 
Andrew L. Fabens, Delray Beach, commissioned January 11, 

1956 until March 1, 1959. 
Paul Mercer, Boynton Beach, commissioned January 11, 1956 

until March 1, 1958. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Gleason N. Stambaugh, West Palm Beach; term expires 
January, 1959. 

PASCO 

COUNTY SEAT — DADE CITY 

County Judge — A. J. Hayward, Jr. 

Sheriff — F. L. (Leslie) Bessenger. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Stanley C. Burnside. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Ed Bryant. 

Tax Collector — Cecil L. Smith. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Mark St. Clair. 

County Surveyor — Donald C. Taylor. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Dove C. Falls. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Gene H. Auvil. 

Judge Small Claims Court — T. H. Getzen. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Kenneth J. Smith, Dade City. 
District No. 2— Otis A. Allen, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3 — Milton E. Goodwin, Land-0-Lakes. 
District No. 4 — A. H. Schrader, San Antonio. 
District No. 5 — A. H. Stevens, New Port Richey. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— Charles F. Touchton, Jr., Dade City. 
District No. 2— Margaretta C. Witt, Zephyrhills. 
District No. 3 — Carl Edward Hatcher, New Port Richey. 
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, resigned October 4, 
1955 and Grant E. Vought, Zephyrhills, commissioned 
October 20, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 2 — D. A. Dowling, New Port Richey. 

District No. 3— J. G. O'Berry, Trilby. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Paul Jackson Conner, Dade City. 
District No. 2 — Joseph Fraddosio, New Port Richey. 
District No. 3 — Jesse E. Stanley, Lacoochee. 

WEST PASCO COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

W. P. Stone, New Port Richey, term expired June 25, 1955, 
recommissioned July 15, 1955 until June 25, 1959. 

E. F. Swartsel, Elfers, term expired June 25, 1955, recommis- 
sioned July 22, 1955 until June 25, 1959. 

I. L. DeCubellis, New Port Richey, term expired June 25, 
1955 and Dean F. Cox, New Port Richey, commissioned 
July 13, 1955 until June 25, 1959. 

PINELLAS 

COUNTY SEAT CLEARWATER 

County Judge — Jack F. White. 
Sheriff— Sid M. Saunders. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Avery W. Gilkerson. 
County Assessor of Taxes — H. H. Sterling. 
Tax Collector— L. W. Lambert. 



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Superintendent Public Instruction — Floyd T. Christian. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Emerson L. Parker. 

Supervisor of Registration — Wilda Cook. 

Judge Civil and Criminal Court of Record — Leon Whitehurst. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Chas. James Wood, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Frank R. Hoerscher, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 3 — Charles R. Fisher, Clearwater. 
District No. 4 — Evan R. Jenkins, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 5 — R. Hosey Wick, St. Petersburg. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Richard A. Miller, St. Petersburg, resigned 

December 31, 1956. 
District No. 2— A. L. Pheil, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 3 — Justin J. Albaugh, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 4 — William H. Williams, Clearwater. 
District No. 5 — A. Franklin Green, St. Petersburg. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Edward P. Silk, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Ray E. Ulmer, Clearwater. 
District No. 3— Olin F. Blakely, Safety Harbor. 
District No. 4 — J. S. Register, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 5 — Clyde M. Kissinger, Maderia Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — George A. Schwebel, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 2 — Richard J. Swift, Clearwater. 
District No. 3 — Percy P. Vasbinder, Clearwater. 
District No. 4 — Walter H. Carey, Tarpon Springs. 
District No. 5 — Joseph A. Lapierre, St. Petersburg. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Herbert Fields, Clearwater, term expires 1st Tuesday after 

1st Monday in January 1956. 
William R. Watts, St. Petersburg, term expires 1st Tuesday 

after 1st Monday in January 1957. 

BELLEAIR IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 

Thomas L. Hisgen, Clearwater, term expires August 22, 1956. 
M. J. Hardacre, Largo; term expires September 8, 1956. 
Franklin S. Smith, Largo; term expires September 6, 1956. 



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PINELLAS COUNTY UTILITY BOARD 

Elmore F. Kitzmiller, Dunedin; term expires July 7, 1955. 
Wm. Watson Clark, Clearwater; term expires January 1953. 
E. A. Whitnell, Indian Rocks; term expires July 10, 1953. 
George J, Lambrecht, St. Petersburg; term expires July 8, 

1955. 
Horace B. Tibbals, St. Petersburg; term expires July 8, 1955. 

JUDGE JUVENILE COURT 

Charles O. Parks, Jr., St. Petersburg; commissioned June 22, 
1955 until June 21, 1959. 

PINELLAS COUNTY ANTI-MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Emery R. Boyd, Indian Rocks Beach, suspended September 

9, 1955 and Ralph A. Sheals, St. Petersburg, commissioned 

September 15, 1955 during suspension. 
W. H. Thomas, St. Petersburg, resigned September 14, 1955 

and Archie R. Hargrave commissioned September 23, 1955 

until January 8, 1957. 
Paul Vernon Craig, St. Petersburg, suspended September 9, 

1955 and Sam D. Whitman, Indian Rocks, commissioned 

September 15, 1955 during suspension. 

BUDGET COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edward H. LaVoie, St. Petersburg, term 
expires January 8, 1957. 

District No. 2 — S. W. Adolfsen, Pinellas Park, commissioned 
January 4, 1955 for 4 years. 

District No. 3 — Thomas L. Smith, Belleair, term expires 
January 8, 1957. 

District No. 4 — Dr. Edwin C. Sproc, St. Petersburg, com- 
missioned January 4, 1955 for 4 years. 

District No. 5 — Stanley Hatfield, St. Petersburg, term expires 
January 8, 1957. 

INDIAN ROCKS SPECIAL FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

William T. Jones, Indian Rocks Beach, term expires January 
6, 1959. 

W. E. Luce, Indian Rocks Beach, term expires January 6, 
1959. 

Charles M. Baldwin, Indian Rocks Beach, term expires Janu- 
ary 6, 1959. 



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Edwin A. Whitnel, Indian Rocks Beach, term expires January 

8, 1957. 
James Roesler, Indian Rocks Beach, term expires January 8, 

1957. 

HARBOR MASTER 

Wilbur C. Stone, St. Petersburg, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned October 5, 1955 until February 14, 1957. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTAGE, FOR THE PORT OF 
ST. PETERSBURG 

Charles A. Lenz, St. Petersburg, term expired Senate of 1955, 
and Al D. Strum, St. Petersburg, confirmed by the Senate 
and commissioned July 22, 1955 until January 12, 1957. 

Kennett Cowan, Jr., St. Petersburg, term expired Senate of 
1955 and confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 
13, 1955 until January 12, 1957. 

John C. Blocker, St. Petersburg, term expired Senate of 1955 
and William A. Miller, St. Petersburg, confirmed by the 
Senate and commissioned June 10, 1955 until January 12, 
1957. 

Wallace B. Bishop, St. Petersburg, term expired Senate of 

1955 and confirmed by the Senate and recommissioned June 

10, 1955 until January 12, 1957. 

A. B. Fogarty, St. Petersburg, confirmed by the Senate and 
commissioned June 10, 1955 until January 12, 1957. 

PINELLAS COUNTY JUVENILE WELFARE BOARD 

Elizabeth Skinner Jackson, Dunedin, term expired July 18, 

1956 and Robert E. Coleman, Clearwater, commissioned 
November 1, 1956 until July 18, 1960. 

Kathleen E. Strickland, Tarpon Springs, term expired August 

11, 1956 and recommissioned November 19, 1956 until 
August 11, 1960. 

Mrs. H. W. Holland, St. Petersburg, term expires August 11, 

1958. 
Mrs. Bay a M. Harrison, Jr., St. Petersburg, term expires 

August 11, 1958. 

POLK 

COUNTY SEAT — BARTOW 

County Judge — C. M. Wiggins. 

Sheriff— H. P. Gordon, suspended March 22, 1956 and Joel 



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C. Garrard, Bartow, commissioned March 26, 1956 during 

suspension. 
Clerk Circuit Court— D. H. Sloan, Jr. 
Clerk Criminal Court — Robert J. Haslett. 
Judge Criminal Court Record — Roy H. Amidon. 
Solicitor Criminal Court Record — Clifton M. Kelly. 
County Assessor of Taxes — John B. White. 
Tax Collector — Ray C. Clements. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Claude M. Harden, Sr. 
County Surveyor — A. W. Edwards. 
Supervisor of Registration — Hugh E. Carlton. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Roy P. Gladney, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Julian C. Durrance, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3 — Eugene A. Laurent, Bartow. 
District No. 4 — John B. Thornhill, Jr., Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — W. T. Duggan, Lakeland. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 
District No. 2 — Hugh W. Wear, Bartow. 
District No. 3 — F. G. Garner, Winter Haven. 
District No. 4— P. M. Fussell, Polk City. 
District No. 5 — Frank W. Meyers, Lakeland. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George T. Harned, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Henry Mitchell, Frostproof. 
District No. 3 — Frank C. Stanley, Jr., Auburndale. 
District No. 4 — Eloy Delgado, Winter Haven. 
District No 5 — J. Tom Watson, Lakeland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. F. Alderman, 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 — Monroe Brannen, Lakeland. 

JUVENILE COURT 

Judge — G. Bowden Hunt, Bartow, term expires October 1, 
1958. 



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POLK COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District 1 — George W. Jenkins, Lakeland, term expires Janu- 
ary 1957. 

District 2 — James W. Blanton, Ft. Meade, term expires Janu- 
ary 1957. 

District 3 — J. Frank Alexander, Bartow, term expires January 
1957. 

District 4— Richard H. DeMott, Sr., Winter Haven. 

District 5 — Carl Adair, Lakeland; term expires January 1957. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Frank W. Scaggs, Lake Wales, term expires January 8, 1957 
R. B. McKinney, Lakeland, resigned April 9, 1956 and W. R. 

Waterson, Lakeland commissioned April 30, 1956 until first 

Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958 
W. J. Smith, Winter Haven, commissioned October 5, 1956 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959 
H. M. Fulton, Bartow, commissioned October 3, 1956 until first 

Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958 
Thos. W. Hook, Lakeland, commissioned November 2, 1956 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1959 

WINTER HAVEN LAKE REGION BOAT COURSE DISTRICT 

Gerald Emry, Winter Haven, commissioned January 20, 1956 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1957 

POLK COUNTY HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

Edward T. Keenan, Frostproof, commissioned July 18, 1955 

until July 18, 1959 
Frank P. Goodman, Lake Alfred, commissioned July 22, 1955 

until July 22, 1959 
Miss Lillian Carpenter, Bartow, commissioned August 1, 1955 

until August 1, 1957 
C. T. Thrift, Jr., Lakeland, commissioned August 12, 1955 until 

August 12, 1957 
Wallace L. Storey, Bartow, commissioned December 27, 1956 

until December 27, 1960. 

PUTNAM 

COUNTY SEAT — PALATKA 

County Judge — Causey S. Green. 
Sheriff— E. W. (Walt) PeUicer. 



188 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Circuit Court— A. W. Nichols, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Louis E. Tenney. 

Tax CoHector— Randall Wells. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William M. Thomas. 

County Surveyor — S. H. Fortune. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Jessie T. Carswell. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Edward L. Bush. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — E. A. Loving, Crescent City. 

District No. 2— Frank Sapp, Palatka. 

District No. 3— Woodrow W. Tilton, East Palatka. 

District No. 4— R. B. Lilly, Florahome. 

District No. 5 — Lawrence L. Ridaught, Hawthorne. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Edward L. Preston, Crescent City. 
District No. 2— W. H. Beasley, Palatka. 
District No. 3 — W. L. Johntry, Johnson. 
District No. 4 — Gene Badger, Palatka. 
District No. 5— T. J. McLean, Palatka. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — James M. Jackson, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— C. R. Kemp, Palatka. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Sam Hogg, Huntington. 
District No. 8— C. M. Livingston, Palatka. 

PUTNAM COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL AUTHORITY 

E. T. Young, Palatka, term expired first Tuesday after first 
Monday in January 1956, recommissioned January 2, 1956 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1960. 

L. B. Bush, Interlachen, term expired first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1956, recommissioned January 2, 
1956 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1960. 

George C. Miller, Crescent City, resigned August 16, 1955 and 
Mrs. Ruth B. Hay, Crescent City, commissioned August 25, 
1955 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1956, 
recommissioned January 2, 1956 until first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1960. 

Ray L. Hawkins, East Palatka, term expires first Tuesday 



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after first Monday in January 1958. 

John M. Barrentine, Palatka, term expires first Tuesday after 
first Monday in January 1958. 

C. D. Anderson, Welaka, resigned August 16, 1955 and Wil- 
liam M. Dunson, Welaka, commissioned August 26, 1955 
until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958. 

ST. JOHNS 

COUNTY SEAT — ST. AUGUSTINE 

County Judge — Chas. C. Mathis, Jr. 

Sheriff — L. O. Davis, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hiram H. Favor. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. H. Mattox. 

Tax Collector — Raymond Hill. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John A. Crookshank, Sr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. T. F. Ellzey. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Robert A. Andreu, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herbert W. Wilson, Bayard. 
District No. 2— W. E. Byrd, Elkton. 
District No. 3 — B. L. Lovett, Hastings. 
District No. 4— G. R. Wiles, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — Dan F. Mickler, St. Augustine. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Earl W. Bussey, St. Augustine. 
District No. 2 — J. R. Moseley, St. Augustine. 
District No. 3— Clyde P. Smith, Hastings. 
District No. 4 — Maude L. Hartley, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — Robert C. Neat, St. Augustine. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 9 — M. A. PelHcer, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — Harry F. Pellicer, Hastings. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 9 — Van B. Lindsey, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — Merrill R. Greene, Hastings. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION 

Donald Dunham, Jr., St. Augustine; term expires January 



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1957. Resigned and Milton Bacon, St. Augustine, com- 
missioned August 15, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 

ANASTASIA MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

S. Raymond Cafaro, St. Augustine, term expires January, 1957. 
Ralph C. Waterhouse, St. Augustine, term expires January 

1957. 
E. E. Coonrod, St. Augustine, term expires January 1957. 

ST. AUGUSTINE PORT, WATERWAY AND BEACH DISTRICT 

Frank F. Harrold, St. Augustine, commissioned January 4, 

1955 for 4 years. 
L. C. Ringhaver, St. Augustine, commissioned January 4, 

1955 for 4 years. 
W. Irvine Drysdale, St. Augustine, commissioned March 30, 

1955 until January 8, 1957. 

COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE ST. JOHNS 
ZONING COMMISSION 

Frank F. Harrold, St. Augustine, commissioned May 27, 1953 

until May 27, 1956. 
J. H. Spengler, St. Augustine, commissioned August 23, 1955 

until March 4, 1957. 
Ralph C. Waterhouse, St. Augustine, commissioned September 

15, 1955 until March 4, 1957. 
Charles E. Young, St. Augustine, commissioned September 

19, 1955 until March 4, 1957. 
Walter H. Slater, St. Augustine, commissioned October 20, 

1955 until March 4, 1957. 

ST. LUCIE 

COUNTY SEAT FT. PIERCE 

County Judge — Flem C. Dame. 

Sheriff— J. R. Norvell. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. C. Baggett. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Calvin P. Poppell. 

Tax Collector — Curtis M. James. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — D. C. Huskey, 

Prosecuting Attorney — B. S. Bittan, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Elizabeth Summerlin. 

Surveyor — James Whitice. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Walter M. Rogers. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. L. Griffin, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2 — Harry J. Kicliter, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 3 — N. W. Jorgensen, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 4 — Douglas Silver, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 5 — R. W. Lennard, Ft. Pierce. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— H. T. Hammer, Ft. Pierce. 

District No. 2 — Meyer Heller, Ft. Pierce, resigned July 8, 1955 

and E. C. Collins, Jr., commissioned August 4, 1955 until 

January 8, 1957. 
District No. 3— M. Kirby Hayes, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 4 — Jack King, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 5— Clyde W. Cato, Ft. Pierce. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Evans Costopoulos, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2— E. P. DeFriest, Jr., Ft. Pierce. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Harry C. McGauran, Jr., Ft. Pierce, resigned 

November 20, 1956. 
District No. 2 — Grady W. Tyner, Ft. Pierce, resigned August 

20, 1956 and S. E. Richardson, Ft. Pierce, commissioned 

August 31, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF ST. LUCIE COUNTY 

H. T. Hammer, Ft. Pierce, commissioned March 28, 1955 until 

February 18, 1957. 
James A. Gatlin, M. D., Ft. Pierce, commissioned March 21, 

1955 until February 14, 1957. 
J. B. Trotman, Ft. Pierce, commissioned May 16, 1955 until 

February 21, 1957. 
G. O. Davidson, Ft. Pierce, commissioned June 5, 1955 until 

February 18, 1957. 
Edward Gibson, Ft. Pierce, commissioned July 18, 1955 until 

February 17, 1957. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

James J. Barnes, Jensen Beach; term expires January, 1959. 

SUPERVISORS, FORT PIERCE EROSION DISTRICT 

L. K. Kasten, Ft. Pierce, term expires January 1957. 



192 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Issac Porter Pitts, Ft. Pierce, term expires January 1957. 
Newton D. Shelley, Ft. Pierce Beach, term expires January 

1957. 
Lee S. Nelson, Ft. Pierce, term expires January 1957. 
Thomas R. Barr, Ft. Pierce, term expires January 1957. 

MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL 

(Subject to Senate Confirmation) 
Cornelius Van der Lugt, Ft. Pierce, term expires Senate o£ 
1955, resigned September 20, 1955 and O. G. Nanney, Ft. 
Pierce, commissioned September 25, 1955 until next Senate. 

SANTA ROSA 

COUNTY SEAT — MILTON 

County Judge — Wm. A. Bonifay. 
Sheriff — Marshall Hayes. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Ben Henry Pooley. 
County Assessor of Taxes — R. Glenn Gibson. 
Tax Collector — Archie Glover. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Charles F. Morris, resign- 
' ed July 18, 1956 and Radford M. Locklin commissioned 

August 8, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 
Supervisor of Registration — James L. Stowers. 
County Attorney — W. D. Robertson, Milton, commissioned 

May 16, 1955 until January 8, 1957. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Albert Golden, Milton. 
District No. 2— John T. Allen, Sr., Milton. 
District No. 3— J. F. Shell, Jay. 
District No. 4— Wilson Whitfield, Milton. 
District No. 5 — Ezra Johnson, Milton. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Haywood Hannah, Jr., Milton. 
District No. 2 — Macon Wise, Jay. 
District No. 3 — Irwin B. Lewis, Milton. 
District No. 4 — Leo V. Davis, Bagdad. 
District No. 5— B. E. Hudson, Milton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Thomas S. Maddox, Milton. 



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District No. 2 — Mahlon C. McCall, Bagdad, resigned August 

10, 1956. 
District No. 3— J. L. Abbott, Jay. 
District No. 4— T. J. Fortune, Milton, resigned May 11, 1955 

and W. J. Rollo, Milton, commissioned May 23, 1955 until 

January 8, 1957. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Chas. F. Perkins, Milton. 

District No. 2 — Aubrey Martin, Bagdad. 

District No. 3 — A. J. Jernigan, Jay, resigned November 22, 

1955 and C. L. Edeker, Jay, commissioned January 23, 1956 

until January 8, 1957. 
District No. 4 — Leroy Johnson, Milton. 
District No. 5— J. B. Kelley, Baker. 

SANTA ROSA COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Drew Roberts, Milton, term expired January 21, 1956, re- 
commissioned August 27, 1956 until January 21, 1960. 

John C. Malone, Jr., Milton, term expired January 30, 1955, 
recommissioned August 27, 1956 until January 30, 1959. 

Melvin Hagler, Milton, term expires January 10, 1957. 

Nolan Rogers, Milton, term expires January 30, 1958. 

D. M. Dobson, Jay, commissioned July 30, 1956 until January 
30, 1959. 

SANTA ROSA COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSION 

O. M. Carter, Bagdad, commissioned July 11, 1955 for 4 years. 

A. P. Bray, Gulf Breeze, commissioned July 13, 1955 for 4 
years. 

Sam G. Cox, Milton, commissioned July 15, 1955 for 4 years. 
Cason Walker, Milton, commission July 14, 1955 for 4 years. 

B. S. Gillman, Milton, commissioned July 20, 1955 for 4 years. 
George H. Leonard, Milton, commissioned August 1, 1955 for 

4 years. 
J. W. Dobson, Jay, commissioned August 4, 1955 for 4 years. 

SANTA ROSA COUNTY JURY COMMISSION 

R. B. Hobbs, Pace, commissioned December 19, 1955 until 

January 8, 1957. 
Nell Leonard, Milton, commissioned December 19, 1955 until 

first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958. 
R. A. Harper, Sr., Milton, commissioned December 28, 1955 



194 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

until first Tuesday after first Monday in January 1958. 
Price W. Malone, Milton, commissioned January 9, 1955 until 
January 8, 1957. 

SARASOTA 

County Judge — John D. Justice. 

Sheriff — Ross E. Boyer. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. A. (Bill) Wynne. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Glover E. Ashby. 

Tax Collector — Charlie Hagerman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Carl C. Strode. 

Prosecuting Atorney — Lamar B. Dozier. 

Supervisor of Registration — Virginia H. Mead. 

Judge Small Claims Court — C. J. Wiersteiner. 

County Surveyor — J. V. Mosby. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edwin F. McCann, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — Albert D. Corson, Sarasota. 
District No. 3 — Glenn R. Leach, Nokomis. 
District No, 4 — Gustin M. Nelson, Sarasota. 
District No. 5 — J. F. Baumgartner, Sarasota. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Guy L. Langer, Sarasota. 

District No. 2 — Bargara Parker Ingram, Sarasota. 

District No. 3 — Donald L. Johns, Sarasota. 

District No. 4 — Philip H. Hiss, Sarasota. 

District No. 5 — John J. Hogancamp, resigned November 4, 

1955 and Mrs. Laurence E. Loper commissioned January 

3, 1956 until January 6, 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George S. Foster, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — George T. Devlin, Nokomis. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Sherman A. Studer, Sarasota. 

SARASOTA COUNTY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

Ocie C. Hamilton, Sarasota, term expires December 8, 1958. 
John M. Scheb, Sarasota, term expires December 8, 1958. 
Jerry Van Orden, Sarasota, term expires December 8, 1958. 



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John C. Pinkerton, Sarasota, term expires December 13, 1958. 
Hoke S. Bowden, Venice, term expires December 15, 1958. 

ENGLEWOOD LIGHTING DISTRICT 

Hugh Walker, Englewood, term expired October 11, 1956, 
recommissioned January 11, 1957 until October 11, 1960. 

C. E. Van Norman, Englewood, term expired October 11, 1956, 
recommissioned January 11, 1957 until October 11, 1960. 

Walter H. Glass, Englewood, term expires October 11, 1957. 

David G. Miller, Englewood, term expires October 11, 1958. 

J. D. Tate, Englewood, term expires October 11, 1958. 

SARASOTA COUNTY PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

Lota Mundy, Venice, term expires January 8, 1957. 
Harold W. Glascock, Sarasota, term expires January 8, 1957. 
Annette D. Gilbert, Sarasota, term expires January 8, 1957. 
Harry V. Wolstenholme, Sarasota, deceased and Arnold J. 

Funk, Sarasota, commissioned March 28, 1955 until January 

8, 1957. 
Benton W. Powell, Sarasota, commissioned January 4, 1955 

for 4 years. 
John F. Burket, Jr., Sarasota, commissioned January 4, 1955 

for 4 years. 
Emmet Addy, Sarasota, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 

4 years. 
P. B. Huguenin, Sarasota, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 

4 years. 
Hoke S. Bowden, Venice, commissioned January 4, 1955 for 

4 years. 

SEMINOLE 

COUNTY SEAT — SANFORD 

County Judge — Ernest Housholder. 

Sheriff — J. L. Hobby, suspended December 1, 1955 and J. D. 

Cordell, commissioned December 1, 1955 during suspension. 

Senate refused to remove July 31, 1956. 
Clerk Circuit Court— O. P. Herndon. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Sanford F. Doudney. 
Tax Collector — John L. Galloway. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Rayburn T. Milwee. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Karlyle Householder. 
Supervisor of Registration — Camilla D. Bruce. 



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Judge Small Claims Court — Frank L. Miller. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— W. B. Brown Miller, Sanford. 
District No. 2 — Fred A. Dyson, Sanford. 
District No. 3 — O. E. Fouraker, Longwood. 
District No. 4— B. C. Dodd, Winter Park. 
District No. 5 — John W. Meisch, Sanford. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — John L. Brumley, Sanford. 
District No. 2 — J. A. Bistline, Longwood. 
District No. 3 — L. E. Jordon, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — Charles F. Harrison, Geneva. 
District No. 5 — W. A. Patrick, Sanford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— Theo. Aulin, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — W. Hugh Duncan, Sanford. 
District No. 6 — Homer Sewell, Altamonte. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — George A. Kelsey, Oviedo. 

District No. 4 — J. Q. Galloway, Sanford. 

District No. 6 — William Alfred Lewis, Longwood. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE SEMINOLE COUNTY 
PUBLIC HOSPITAL BOARD 

T. E. Tucker, Sanford, term expired December 30, 1956 and 
Andrew Carraway, Sanford, commissioned December 30, 
1956 until December 30, 1960. 

A. Bart Peterson, Sr., term expired December 11, 1955 and 
recommissioned December 11, 1955 until December 11, 
1959. 

John W. Evans, Oviedo, term expires December 18, 1957. 

Robert S. Bradford, Altamonte Springs, term expires Decem- 
ber 16, 1957. 

Victor M. Green, Sanford, term expires December 30, 1958. 

SEMINOLE COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Henry A. Simpson, Geneva, commissioned January 26, 1956 

until September 7, 1959. 
J. D. Wright, Jr., Sanford, commissioned February 2, 1956 

until September 7, 1957, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 197 

J. R. Hall, Sanford, commissioned January 31, 1956 until 

September 7, 1959. 
C. R. Clonts, Oviedo, term expired September 7, 1956. 
L. T. Bryan, Altamonte Springs, term expired February 7, 

1956 and recommissioned October 9, 1956 until September 

7, 1960. 

SUMTER 

COUNTY SEAT BUSH NELL 

County Judge — P. B. Howell. 

Sheriff— M. H. Bowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court— C. Burton Marsh. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Inman Wheeler. 

Tax Collector — Curtis Beville. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Broward Miller. 

County Surveyor — Truby W. Hunt. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. N. Graham, Sr. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Pat Kelley. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Boyd W. Caruthers, Oxford. 
District No. 2 — LeRoy Smith, Coleman. 
District No. 3— A. D. Palmer, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Joe Hamilton, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Melvin Carlton, Webster. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Willard Peebles, Wildwood. 
District No. 2— Clifford Wynns, Bushnell. 
District No. 3 — Jack Drawdy, Webster. 
District No. 4 — Richard A. Childers, Coleman. 
District No. 5 — Roy H. Caruthers, Oxford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— Dowell R. Kelley, Wildwood. 

District No. 4 — Donald E. Fussell, Bushnell, commissioned 

October 12, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 
District No. 5 — A. Kapanes, Webster. Resigned June 20, 1956 

and L. G. Green commissioned September 20, 1956 until 

January 8, 1957. 
District No, 7— George Mallory, Center Hill. 
District No. 9 — B. H. Stone, Coleman. 



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CONSTABLES 

District No. 3— C. C. Spurling, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Sterling Giddens, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Robert Fussell, Webster. 
District No. 7 — James Kimbrough, Center Hill. 
District No. 9 — Cecil Partridge, Coleman. 



SUWANNEE 

COUNTY SEAT — LIVE OAK 

County Judge — J. M. Hearn. 

Sheriff — Hugh Lewis. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John H, Howland. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. Hubbard Gray. 

Tax Collector — Lavaughn H. Greene. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Henry M. Folson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Jack M. Cross, Sr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Thomas E. Musgrove, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— Rudolph V. Scott, Live Oak. 
District No. 3 — Jim Carmichael, Live Oak. 
District No. 4 — Leon L. Avery, Live Oak. 
District No. 5 — James F. Sanchez, Branford. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — John S. Flood, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— W. E. Williams, Pine Mount. 
District No. 3— V. V. Brim, Live Oak. 
District No. 4 — E. A. Collins, Live Oak. 
District No. 5 — Thonis Barnett, Branford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Joseph T. Futch, Live Oak. 
District No. 3^. B. Howell, Live Oak. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Dewey D. North, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— Sam Godbold, Wellborn. 
District No. 3— B. G. Bell, Live Oak. 
District No. 4 — Drew O'Steen, Branford. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 199 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE SUWANNEE COUNTY 
HOSPITAL CORPORATION 

J. D. Henry, Live Oak, term expired August 7, 1956. 
W. P. Atwell, Branford, deceased and Fred W. Jones, Bran- 
ford, commissioned May 9, 1955 until August 18, 1956. 
Louie C. Wadsworth, Live Oak, term expires July 28, 1957. 
L. J. Day, Live Oak, term expires July 17, 1957. 
Kelly Weaver, Live Oak, term expires July 17, 1958. 

SUWANNEE COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD 

Mrs. Winston J. Rogers, Live Oak, resigned March 15, 1955 

and Mrs. C. D. Williams, Branford, commissioned May 6, 

1955 until January 12, 1957. 
Miss Helen Bixler, Live Oak, commissioned January 3, 1955 

for 3 years. 
Mrs. Drew O'Steen, Branford, commissioned January 12, 1955 

for 2 years. 
William C. Airth, Live Oak, commissioned January 13, 1955 

for 1 year. 
Mrs. John G. Cameron, Live Oak, commissioned January 18, 

1955 for 3 years. 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY SEAT PERRY 

County Judge — Bryan Butler. 

Sheriff — Maurice Strouse Linton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Felix A. Parker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. J. Ezell. 

Tax Collector — Odis Murphy. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Alton H. Wentworth. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. W. D. Vereen, resigned 

February 10, 1956 and Mrs. J. L. Weeks commissioned 

February 9, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 
Judge Small Claims Court— J. F. McCall. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— E. J. Tedder, Perry. 
District No. 2— W. H. King, Perry. 
District No. 3 — J. J. Morgan, Perry. 
District No. 4 — C. A. Lewis, Perry. 
District No. 5 — F. A. Sapp, Perry. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Walter D. Poppell, Perry. 
District No. 2 — Barney Russell, Salem. 
District No. 3— J. O. English, Shady Grove. 
District No. 4 — Loundis Bryan Bethea, Perry. 
District No. 5 — S. S. Agner, Perry. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. T. Underwood, Perry. 
District No. 3 — Stephen C. Dukes, Steinhatchee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Henry Sauls, Perry. 

District No. 3 — J. T. Bodiford, Steinhatchee. 

TAYLOR COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

J. H. Kansinger, Perry, deceased and B. Roland Fisher, Perry, 
commissioned December 13, 1956 until October 11, 1957. 

Mrs. Eva Loughridge, Perry, commissioned October 11, 1956 
until October 11, 1958. 

T. W. Stackhouse, Perry, commissioned October 25, 1956 un- 
til October 25, 1959. 

G. W. Clark, Perry, commissioned October 11, 1956 until 
October 11, 1960. 

Sam Register, Perry, commissioned October 12, 1956 until 
October 12, 1960. 

UNION 

COUNTY SEAT LAKE BUTLER 

County Judge — S. B. Brooks. 

Sheriff— John H. Whitehead. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Robert A. Driggers. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Marcus Howard. 

Tax Collector — R. R. Pearce. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Shepard Thomas. 

Supervisor of Registration — Beatrice Courson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana Duke, Lake Butler. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 201 

District No. 2 — Orin Reddish, Raiford. 
District No. 3— W. W. Roberts, Worthington. 
District No. 4 — J. R. Bielling, Lulu. 
District No. 5 — Fred Thomas, Lulu. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— T. J. Dukes, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2— W. B. Bloodworth, Raiford. 
District No. 3 — A. Everett Crawford, Lake Butler. 
District No. 4 — Willard Graham, Lulu. 
District No. 5— M. M. Loadholtz, Lake Butler. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clyde Johns, Raiford. 
District No. 2— J. D. Williams, Lulu. 

VOLUSIA 

COUNTY SEAT DELAND 

County Judge — Robert H. Wingfield, resigned January 3, 1955 
and Thomas N. Tappy commissioned January 3, 1955 until 
January 8, 1957. 

Sheriff — James H. Tucker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jess Mathas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Warren Jackson. 

Tax Collector — Mrs. Cornelia S. Paul. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Geo. W. Marks. 

County Surveyor — Hugh F. DuVal. 

Supervisor of Registration — Rodney B. Thursby. 

Judge Small Claims Court — James T. Nelson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — S. E. Stone, DeLand. 
District No. 2 — Ralph W. Richards, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 3 — Grady B. Williamson, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 4 — U. W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5 — Harris M. Saxon, New Smyrna. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1— John F. McCallum, DeLand. 

District No. 2 — Roger H. West, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 3 — Anne D. Cox, New Smyrna Beach. 

District No. 4 — W. L. Coursen, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 5 — John H. Smiley, Pierson. Resigned January 7, 

1956 and Monso Tatum, DeLand, commissioned for term 

ending January 6, 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4— Wallace R. Smith, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — Bruce Wells, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — L. R. Scaffe, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — A. J. Bennett, Ormond. 

District No. 8— J. C. Beard, DeLand. 

District No. 9— Wilbur C. Willis, Port Orange. 

District No. 10 — Robert H. Matthews, New Smyrna Beach. 

District No. 11— E. W. Prevatt, Seville. 

District No. 12 — Thomas A. Koehler, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 14 — Edward Webb, Orange City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Irving Vieno, Jr., Osteen, commissioned Aug- 
ust 27, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 4— W. M. Slaughter, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — Judson Nichols, Pierson, resigned July 7, 
1955 and Harold L. Carlisle, Pierson, commission July 18, 
1955 until January 8, 1957. 

District No. 6 — M. C. Bessinger, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — Edward A. Marosites, Ormond. 

District No. 8 — John T. Kinchen, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 9— Roy C. Clifton, Port Orange. 

District No. 10— F. R. Galbreath, New Smyrna Beach. 

District No. 11 — Carl H. Robinson, Seville. 

District No. 12— Otis L. McCullough, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 14 — Thomas H. Crews, Orange City. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 203 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

Ucal W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 
1957. 

MEMBERS EAST VOLUSIA ANTI MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

R. A. Merrell, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 1955. 
M. F. EUinor, Daytona Beach; term expires January, 1957. 
O. E. Southard, Nev^ Smyrna Beach; term expires January, 
1955. 

NORTH PENINSULA ZONING DISTRICT 

James F. Campbell, Ormond Beach, commissioned September 
7, 1955 until December 31, 1956. 

Burton M. Young, Ormond Beach, commissioned September 
13, 1955 until December 31, 1956. 

Charles W. Nichols, Ormond Beach, commissioned October 
3, 1955 until December 31, 1956. 

John H. Kennedy, Jr., Ormond Beach, commissioned Sep- 
tember 13, 1955 until December 31, 1956. 

Wayne M. Shaw, Ormond Beach, commissioned December 
28, 1955 until December 31, 1956. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE NORTH PENINSULA ZONING DISTRICT 

Harry W. Galer, Ormond Beach, commissioned July 6, 1956 
until July 6, 1959. 

Harry Shaw, Ormond Beach, commissioned July 6, 1956 un- 
til July 6, 1959. 

Ralph A. Tracy, Ormond Beach, commissioned July 2, 1956 
until July 2, 1959. 

Arnold Briggs, Ormond Beach, commissioned June 25, 1956 
until June 25, 1959. 

John L. Graham, Ormond Beach, commissioned July 12, 1956 
until July 12, 1959. 

SOUTH PENINSULA ZONING DISTRICT 

John Dach, Daytona Beach, term expired January 1, 1955, 

recommissioned July 12, 1956 until January 1, 1957. 
Geo. M. Green, M. D., Daytona Beach, resigned August 27, 



204 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

1956 and Ervin S. Carothers, Daytona Beach, commission- 
ed September 4, 1956 until January 1, 1957. 

Donald M. Strong, Daytona Beach, resigned August 27, 1956 
and Walter C. Newcomb, Daytona Beach, commissioned 
September 4, 1956 until January 1, 1957. 

James G. Membery, Daytona Beach, resigned June 30, 1955 
and H. E. Rosecrans, Daytona Beach, commissioned July 
7, 1955 until January 1, 1957. 

Walter E. Foster, Daytona Beach, commissioned July 16, 1956 
until January 1, 1957. 

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE SOUTH PENINSULA 
ZONING DISTRICT 

Harold D. Lucey, Daytona Beach, term expired February 15, 

1955. 
Robert D. DeArmas, Daytona Beach, term expired February 

19, 1955. 
D. B. Alexander, Daytona Beach, term expired February 25, 

1955. 
Everett S. Brown, Daytona Beach, term expired March 7, 

1955. 
Francis C. Walton, Daytona Beach, term expired May 8, 

1956. 

SOUTHEAST VOLUSIA HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Carl A. Lindquist, New Smyrna Beach, term expired March 
29, 1955 and Richard C. Paxton, New Smyrna Beach com- 
missioned May 12, 1955 until March 29, 1959. 

David K. McGinnis, Edgewater, term expired March 29, 1955 
and recommissioned May 12, 1955 until March 29, 1959. 

J. A. Sapp, New Smyrna Beach, term expires March 29, 1957. 

John R. DeBerry, New Smyrna Beach, term expires March 
29, 1957. 

V. B. Baldwin, Sr., Oak Hill, commissioned June 13, 1955 un- 
til March 29, 1958. 

WEST VOLUSIA HOSPITAL DISTRICT 

Charles E. Tribble, DeLand, term expired June 11, 1955 and 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 205 

recommissioned October 3, 1955 until June 11, 1959. 
Gerald E. Frierson, DeLand, term expired June 11, 1955 and 

recommissioned October 24, 1955 until June 11, 1959. 
Austin U. Conrad, DeLand, term expired June 11, 1955 and 

recommissioned October 24, 1955 until June 11, 1959. 
W. Maxwell Acree, DeLand, term expired June 11, 1955 and 

recommissioned October 24, 1955 until June 11, 1959. 
James E. Pollard, term expired June 11, 1955 and recom- 
missioned October 24, 1955 until June 11, 1959. 
Francis P. Whitehair, DeLand, term expired June 11, 1955 

and Laurie A. Perkins, Jr., commissioned October 24, 1955 

until June 11, 1959. 
Ernest M. Galloway, Sanford, term expired June 11, 1955 

and Monso Tatum, DeLand, commissioned October 24, 1955 

until June 11, 1959. 
C. G. Varn, St. Augustine, term expired June 11, 1955 and 

W. H. McBride, DeLand, commissioned October 24, 1955 

until June 11, 1959. 
John E. O'Neill, DeLand, term expired June 11, 1955 and 

recommissioned October 24, 1955 until June 11, 1959. 

JURY COMMISSIONERS 

Charles E. Tribble, DeLand, resigned January 30, 1956 and 
W. C. Holler, DeLand, commissioned February 23, 1956 un- 
til January 8, 1957. 

Mrs. Maude H. White, New Smyrna Beach, term expired first 
Tuesday after first Monday in January 1956 and R. S. 
Williams, New Smyrna Beach, commissioned Februairy 9, 
1956 until first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1958. 

N. Arthur Hamilton, Daytona Beach, commissioned February 
27, 1956 until January 8, 1957. 

WAKULLA 

COUNTY SEAT CRAWFORDVILLE 

County Judge — A. L. Porter. 
Sheriff— Emmett C. Ferrell. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Gilbert J. Langston. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Alton Columbus Oaks. 

Tax Collector — Jerry J. Hodge, Jr., resigned October 30, 1956 

and Mrs. Mary Duggar commissioned November 7, 1956 

until January 8, 1957. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction — C. L. Townsend. 
Supervisor of Registration — Newman R. Harper. 
Judge Small Claims Court — George L. Harper, resigned 

April 9, 1956. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— T. J. Posey, St. Marks. 
District No. 2 — Ralph L. Strickland, Crawfordville. 
District No. 3 — Luther C. Tucker, Crawfordville. 
District No. 4 — Willard Carter, Crawfordville. 
District No. 5 — R. P. Revell, Sopchoppy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Kenneth Roberts, St. Marks. 
District No. 2 — Revadee Spears, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — LeRoy R. Harvey, Crawfordville. 
District No. 4 — James G. Taylor, Panacea. 
District No. 5 — S. W. Revell, Sopchoppy. 

WALTON 

COUNTY SEAT — DE FUNIAK SPRINGS 

County Judge — Joe Dan Trotman. 
Sheriff — Aubrey McDonald. 
Clerk Circuit Court — E. Leo Andrews. 
County Assessor of Taxes — J. Will Kelly. 
Tax Collector — Alton Renfroe. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John F. Bludworth. 
County Surveyor — Garland Edwards. 

Ex Officio — Supervisor of Registration and Judge Small Claims 
Court — Emery Campbell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — G. A. McLeod, Red Bay. 
District No. 2 — Odell Thompson, Darlington. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 207 

District No. 3 — H. A. Bodiford, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 4 — Coy Burgess, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — J. D. Sharon, Freeport. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Howard H. Griffith, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 2 — Hewett Lindsey, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 3 — Cortez Cadenhead, Freeport. 
District No. 4 — Webster B. Kelley, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 5 — Tom Weeks, Darlington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— B. Nail, Stella. 

District No. 4 — George Dandelakis, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 6 — John Cooper, Freeport. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— C. D. Beck, Darlington. 
District No. 2 — John Perkins, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 4 — Clayton Davis, DeFuniak Springs. 
District No. 6 — Loyce Virgil Senterfitt, Freeport. 

TRUSTEES WALTON COUNTY CURB MARKET 

Chas. H. King, DeFuniak Springs, term expires May 12, 1955, 

resigned June 24, 1955. 
Geo. C. Dandelakis, DeFuniak Springs, term expires May 21, 

1955. 

WALTON COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Eddie Jones, DeFuniak Springs, term expired March 11, 1955 
and W. L. Dannelley, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned 
October 20, 1955 until March 11, 1959. 

Hugh Wheat, DeFuniak Springs, term expired March 10, 
1956 and M. O. Warren, Sr., DeFuniak Springs, commission- 
ed May 22, 1956 until March 10, 1960. 

Russell Thompson, DeFuniak Springs, term expired March 
10, 1956 and Henry C. Hodges, DeFuniak Springs, com- 
missioned May 22, 1956 until March 10, 1960. 

Melville Jennings, DeFuniak Springs, resigned May 8, 1956 



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and John E. Sutton, DeFuniak Springs, commissioned May 
22, 1956 until March 11, 1957. 
W. E. Munn, DeFuniak Springs, term expires March 11, 1958. 

WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT CHTPLEY 

County Judge — WilHs Carl Trawick. 

Sheriff — George Watts, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Loran L. Cook. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Bedie Owens. 

Tax Collector — H. W. Varnum. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William T. McFatter, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bryan Register. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Herman Brown, Caryville. 
District No. 2 — Otley S. Johnson, Chipley. 
District No. 3— C. E. Miller, Vernon. 
District No. 4 — Clayton Bush, Chipley. 
District No. 5 — D. H. Owens, Wausau. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. l—W. G. Mercer, Chipley. 

District No. 2 — J. A. Douglas, Chipley. 

District No. 3— C. H. Brock, Bonifay. 

District No. 4 — J. A. Haddock, Vernon. 

District No. 5 — G. B. Baxley, Graceville, deceased and Leon 
R. Cox, Chipley, commissioned August 3, 1955 until Janu- 
ary 6, 1959. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— E. C. Roberts, Chipley. 
District No. 3— F. T. Pippin, Vernon. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — R. C. Aycock, Caryville. 
District No. 2 — F. J. Jones, Chipley. 
District No. 3— Cecil C. Miller, Vernon. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 209 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE WASHINGTON COUNTY 
HOSPITAL BOARD 

Hiram Owens, Vernon, term expires January 18, 1956 and 

Albert Deermont, Chipley, commissioned August 13, 1956 

until January 18, 1960. 
Euless Watford, Chipley, term expires January 14, 1958. 
W. M. Jenkins, Caryville, term expired January 22, 1956 and 

recommissioned March 22, 1956 until January 22, 1960. 
Farrell O. Nelson, Chipley, term expired January 24, 1955 and 

J. M. Engram, Chipley, commissioned March 2, 1955 until 

January 24, 1959. 
Cecil Carswell, Chipley, term expired January 14, 1957. 



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COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD 

1955-1956 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



John Bernie McDonald 

William Joseph Craig 

Randal Franklin Chitty 

Hervey Hiram Robinson 

Richard Aloysius Mooney 

Horace Carlton Hudgins 

James William Brownlee 

Aubrey Young Covington 

Chesley Clinton Roberts 

Donald Edwin Woods 

Carl Leroy Allison, Jr 

Charles Carvel Mathis, Jr 

John Arrington Darnell 

Richard Orchard Cowles 

Thomas Alva Hebert 

Edward George Byrne 

Grady Alonzo Warren, Jr 

Alvin Newton Gay 

George David Hope 

William Lloyd Winstead 

William Thomas Ming, Jr 

James Anthony Perschall Sporl 

William Arnold Sheffield 

Charles Riley Jenkins 

Eston Russell Anderson 

Kenneth Ray Hall, Sr 

Robert Xavier De Marcellus. . 

Robert Charles Piper 

Henry Lee Schneitman 

John Leonidas Adderhold, Jr. . 
Charles Albriton Campbell, Jr. 
Andrew (31iver McEachern . . . , 

George Mather Brown 

Neal David FitzPatrick 

Jackson Gordon Flowers 

George Paul Gremer, Jr 

Lunsford Vaughan McDugald. 
Theron David Whidden, Jr. . . . 
William Earl Ellis 

Arthur Ray Allen 

John Joseph Kinsella 

Jack Charles Demetree 

Crayton Caldwell Coleman, Jr. 

Ray Arch Home 

Louis Edgar Driggers 

James Wright Peacock 

George Anthony Caribaltes. . . . 

Billy Morris Lambert 

Joseph Dean Bryant 



Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

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First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

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Lieutenant-Colonel, Medical Corps. 

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First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

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First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Second Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps 

Captain, Medical Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

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Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

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First Lieutenant, Infantry 

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First Lieutenant, Artillery 

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First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Major, Infantry 

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First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Major, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

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Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Adjutant General's Corps. 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Infantry 



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24, 


Feb. 


24, 


Mar. 


2, 


Mar. 


2, 


Mar. 


4, 


Mar. 


8, 


Mar. 


8, 


Mar. 


8, 


Mar. 


9, 


Mar. 


14, 


Mar. 


15, 


Mar. 


16, 


Mar. 


16, 


Mar. 


17, 


Mar. 


18, 


Mar. 


21, 


Mar. 


21, 


Mar. 


21, 


Mar. 


23, 


Mar. 


24, 


Mar. 


25, 


Mar. 


28, 


Mar. 


31, 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 211 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1955-1956 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Charles William Harrison 

Thomas Eugene Feagin 

Charles William Lansing 

John Paul Jones 

Elmo Brinson 

Thomas Marion Betts, Jr 

William Neal Chestnut, Jr 

Charles David Turner 

Kenneth Montier Barrett 

Morris Leo Mills 

Jack Carroll Maddox 

Julian Beverly Gailey 

William Dalton Mikell 

Delno Virl Mullins 

Lucian Isal Powers 

Malcolm Virgil McCall 

Joe Grant Leavitt, Jr 

Robert Sullivan Austin, Artillery 

John Jerome Rooks 

John Bishop Doherty 

Albert Quinton Davis 

Robert Edward Hauk 

Vincent Arthur Patterson 

Edward Vernon Chassee 

Roy McCraw 

Edward Hill Brannon, Jr 

John Randolph Woods 

William Lee Bentley 

Lloyd Henry Middlebrooks 

Joe Raymond Price 

Herbert Robbins 

Harry Lvrn Griffin 

Kell Long, III 

Anthony Victor D'Allessandro . . 

Robert Emmet Curtan 

Connie Melvin McCormick, Jr. . 

Frank Sumner Wright 

Elam Wilfred Lee 

Herman Tracy Nash 

Aaron Ted Burkett 

Thomas Arthur Deemer 

Jack Arthur Ehrmantraut 

Arthur Max Sells, II 

Zachariah Stephen Price 

Arthur Daniel Scarborough 

Ronald Fred Harpe 

Stanley Stratton Taylor 

Robert David Ferris 

Russell James Hutchinson 



Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Adjutant 

General's Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps.. . 

Major, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

Major, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Warrant Officer, Junior Grade (W-1) 

First Lieutenant, M.S.C 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Major, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First lieutenant. Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantrj^ 

Warrant Officer, Junior Grade (W-1) 
Major, Adjutant General's Corps. . . . 

Captain, Infantry 

First Tiieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer, Junior Grade (W-1) 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Selective Service Corps 

First Lieutenant, Selective Service 

Corps 

Major, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery , 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantrj^ 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 



Mar. 31, 1955 



Apr. 


1 


1955 


Apr. 


5 


1955 


Apr. 


5 


1955 


Apr. 


13, 


1955 


Apr. 


13 


1955 


Apr. 


14 


1955 


Apr. 


15 


1955 


Apr. 


15, 


1955 


Apr. 


15 


1955 


Apr. 


19 


1955 


Apr. 


19 


1955 


Apr. 


20 


1955 


Apr. 


20 


1955 


Apr. 


22 


1955 


Apr. 


27 


1955 


Apr. 


27 


1955 


Aor. 


29 


1955 


May 


5 


1955 


May 


5 


1955 


May 


6 


1955 


May 


6 


1955 


May 


9 


1955 


Mav 


19 


1955 


Mav 


19 


1955 


May 


19 


1955 


May 


19 


1955 


May 


19 


1955 


May 


19 


1955 


May 


19 


1955 


May 


19 


1955 


May 


19 


1955 


May 


20 


1955 


May 


23 


1955 


May 


24 


1955 


May 


24 


1955 


May 


27 


1955 


May 


27 


1955 


May 


27 


1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 


June 




1955 



212 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1955-1956 



Name 



Charles Wesley Mills 

William Richard Talley 

George Graham Baker 

Lo .d Eugene Pyle 

Donald Richard Cobb 

Horace Glenn Livingston 

Thomas Graham 

Edwin Lawrence Dobbins 

William Edward Givens, Jr 

Adolph Lopez 

Walter Omah Gibson, Jr 

Clyde Allen Martin, Jr 

Ernest Clarence Carey 

James Newton Grimes 

Lindsay Grant Peeples 

William Harold Tipsword 

William Russell Gilbert 

John Jolley McCutchen 

Claude Harold McLeod 

Charles Thomas Baisden, Jr 

Robert Virgil Link 

Johnson Lee Turnage 

William Reed Boring 

Eugene Paul Carnes 

Ralph William Crosby 

Clinton James Westberry 

Richard Waggener Zelius 

Ervin Jackson Bretton 

Bernard Robert Bent 

Joseph Louis Kendrick 

Ernest Lawrence Kretschmar, Jr 

Alvin Basil Leggett, Jr 

Harold Meddell McCormick .... 

James Arthur North, Jr 

Robert Edward Olds 

Raymond Bryant Stewart 

Albert William Stiriz 

Melvin Eugene Thomason 

George Alex Stelogeannis 

Donald Verne Wilbur 

Edgar Michael Connor 

Jon Louis Courson 

Charles Vernon Emerson 

Augustin Gonzalez 

Bert Kurland 

Glenn Alfred Lingle 

Morty Rosenkranz 

Horace John Wing 

Maxwell Cook Snyder, Jr 

Frederic Karl Kratina 

John Richard Siver 

Frazier Cloran Jones 



Commission 



Warrant Officer, Junior Grade (W-1) 

Major, Medical Corps 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Lifantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Major, Air Force 

Captain, Ordnance Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry 

Major, Medical Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieuteannt, Infantry 

Captain, Medical Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 



Date 



June 


1, 


June 


2, 


June 


3, 


June 


3, 


June 


3, 


June 


3, 


June 


3, 


June 


6, 


June 


6, 


June 


7, 


June 


8, 


June 


8, 


June 


9, 


June 


13, 


June 


13, 


June 


15, 


June 


20, 


June 


20, 


June 


20, 


June 


20, 


June 


21, 


June 


21, 


June 


22, 


June 


22, 


June 


22 


June 


22 


June 


22, 


June 


23, 


June 


24 


June 


24 


June 


24, 


June 


24, 


June 


24, 


June 


24, 


June 


24, 


June 


24, 


June 


24, 


June 


24, 


June 


27, 


June 


27, 


June 


28, 


June 


28, 


June 


28, 


June 


28, 


June 


28, 


June 


28, 


June 


28, 


June 


28, 


July 
July 
July 
July 


5, 
5, 
6, 

7, 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1955-1956 



213 



Name 



Charles Eugene Pennington 

Ralph William White, Jr 

Thomas Marion Betts, Jr 

Paul Alan Railsback 

Stanley Joseph Kocan, Jr 

Gordon Hancel Poppell 

Lonnie Laverne Fullwood 

William Lawrence Myers 

Robert Norwood Roberts 

Clyde Merritt 

Roland J. P. M. lukel 

Gene Richard Usselmeier 

Francis James Moran 

Frederick Curtis Charles Krueger 

Robert Stewart Stone 

Rogers Baldwin Holmes 

Thomas Francis McGuire 

Howard Elmer Habicht 

Thomas William Solomon 

Robert Ernest Williams 

Charles Clinton Hall 

Orville Jock Griffis, Jr 

Frederic Lynn Howell 

William Owen Cooper 

Frank Panzarino 

Milton Udum Bedingfield 

James William Robinson 

John Everett McLean 

Clyde Allen Martin, Jr 

Robert John Schiess, Jr 

James David Chit ty 

Coy Gary Harris, Jr 

Theodore Starbuck Anderson . . . . 

Raymond Guy Re veil 

Joseph Paul Venning 

Robert Vernon Davenport 

Otha Alvin Thrower 

George Raymond Crosby 

Richard Lucien Gifford 

Earl Daniel Babcock 

John Robert Hill 

James Alexander Stelogeannis ... 

John Edward Greenslade 

Forrest Varine Bell 

Donnie Edward Treadwell 

William Erwin Borie 

Richard Russell Locker 

Menno Ritsema 

Robert Weyman Bussey 



Commission 



Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Chief Warrant (Officer (W-2) 

Warrant Ofhcer, Junior Grade (W-1) 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Chaplains Corps . . . 

Plrst Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force 

Major, Air P'orce 

Major, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Transportation 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, A.G.C 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Medical Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Transportation 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Transportation 

Corps 

Captain Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Transportation Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 



Date 



July 


7, 


1955 


July 


8, 


1955 


July 


11 


1955 


July 


11, 


1955 


July 


14, 


1955 


July 


15, 


1955 


July 


20, 


1955 


July 


21 


1955 


July 


21, 


1955 


July 


21 


1955 


July 


25, 


1955 


July 


25 


1955 


July 


27, 


1955 


July 


29, 


1955 


July 


29 


1955 


July 


29, 


1955 


July 


29 


1955 


July 


29, 


1955 


July 


29, 


1955 


July 


29, 


1955 


Aug. 


1, 


1955 


Aug. 


1, 


1955 


Aug. 


1, 


1955 


Aug. 


3, 


1955 


Aug. 


b 


1955 


Aug. 


4 


1955 


Aug. 


8 


1955 


Aug. 


8 


1955 


Aug. 


9 


1955 


Aug. 


10 


1955 


Aug. 


10 


1955 


Aug. 


10 


1955 


Aug. 


12 


1955 


Aug. 


12 


1955 


Aug. 


12 


1955 


Aug. 


16 


1955 


Aug. 


1(3 


1955 


Aug. 


22 


1955 


Aug. 


22 


1955 


Sept. 


1 


1955 


Sept. 


1 


1955 


Sept. 


1 


1955 


Sept. 


6 


1955 


Sept. 


13 


1955 


Sept. 


13 


1955 


Sept. 


14 


1955 


Sept. 


14 


1955 


Sept. 


16 


1955 


Sept. 


16 


1955 



214 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1955-1956 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



General Morgan Hodge, Jr. . . 

Walter David Sikes 

Walter Joseph Benkelmann. . 

Robert Carl Jackson 

Leonard Paul Voight 

Orville Jock Griffis, Jr 

Harold Leo Frey 

Edward Douglas Clery, Jr. . . 
Henry Clayton Coleman, Jr. . 

Fred Arthur Lewellen 

James Frederick Smith 

Robert Lewis Cox 

Clifton Foster Milton 

Charles Burnett Thomas . . . . 

John Willard French 

Henry Holt, Jr 

Richard Sterling Pinson 

Johny Robert Walker 

Ephraim Kornblum 

William Brj'-an Nunn 

Billy Bruton Kelly 

Richard Eugene Dorman. . . . 
Roy Lenon McConnell, Jr. . . 
Wilbur Brantley Simmons. . . 

Robert Jackie Starling 

James Wellington Hilton, III 

Robert Lee Howell 

Clinton Hamilton Bankester. 

Robert Augustus Hebb 

Kenneth Montier Barrett. . . . 

James Loren Boyd 

John Wyly Snyder 

James Rema Battle 

Thomas Milton Jones 

William Anthony Sheppard. . 

Robert Eugene Dodd 

George Howell Moseley 

Charles Theodore Stephens. . 

John Herbert Cromartie 

Michael James Takos 

Franklin Mudeirous Persons. 

Alfred Mazzarino 

Hubert Gordon Cummings . . 

Joseph Bolinski Peters 

William Wallace Wiele 

Owen Ferris Lamberson 



Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Chemical Corps. . . . 
Warrant Officer, Junior Grade (W-1) 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Adjutant General's 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . . . 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Colonel, Armor 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Captain, Infantry 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Chief Warrant Officer 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Medical Corps 

Second lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Lieutenant Colonel, Artillery 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Chief Warrant Officer 



Sept. 


16, 


Sept. 


19, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


22, 


Sept. 


26, 


Sept. 


28, 


Sept. 


28, 


Sept. 


29, 


Sept. 


29, 


Oct. 


6, 


Oct. 


6, 


Oct. 


10, 


Oct. 


10, 


Oct. 


14, 


Oct. 


24, 


Nov. 


.'i, 


Nov. 


5, 


Nov. 


8, 


Nov. 


8, 


Nov. 


17, 


Nov. 


17, 


Nov. 


21, 


Nov. 


21, 


Nov. 


21, 


Nov. 


21, 


Nov. 


25, 


Nov. 


28, 


Nov. 


28, 


Nov. 


29, 


Dec. 


7, 


Dec. 


12, 


Dec. 


14, 


Dec. 


14, 


Dec. 


15, 


Dec. 


19, 


Dec. 


19, 


Dec. 


20, 


Dec. 


22, 


Dec. 


25, 


Dec. 


27, 


Dec. 


28, 


Dec. 


28, 


Dec. 


29, 


Dec. 


30, 


Dec. 


30, 


Dec. 


30, 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD — 1955-1956 



215 



1956 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Winton R. Churchill 

Norman Julian Gray 

David William Freeman 

John Oliver Keeling, Jr 

Lloyd Oliver Swain 

Lindsay Evan Cameron, Sr. . 

Harry Curtis Hagelgans 

William Austin Kinard 

James Frederick Smith 

Richard Starr 

Charles Whittington Long, Jr 
Dennis Julian Thompson .... 

Joseph Franklin Shad, Jr. . . . 
Edward Joseph Hayhurst. . . . 

Leslie Howell Harper 

Donald Richard Cobb 

James Rawson Hiltz 

James Clarence Burkhalter . . 

Harrell Joyce Harper 

Latimer Cecil Farr, Jr 

Horace Sams, Jr 

Murray Landrum Cawthon . . 

James Perry McCroan 

Julius Paul Crews 

Billy Morris Lambert 

Maurice Wingate 

Robert Frank Ensslin, Jr. . . . 

William Cheever Lewis 

William Thomas Osteen 

Louis Marion Azbart, Jr 

Harmon Copeland Callen, Jr. 
Robert Woodruff Williams. . . 

Robert Sanford Sutton 

Jack Albert Scull 

W^illiam De Berry Weseman . 
Richard Barton Hoagland. . . 
Kenneth Hubert Koehler. . . . 

John Mike Sara 

Ottis Lee Patten 

Beauregard A. Martin 

Drew F. Reddish 

Edwin H. Snyder, Jr 

Wayne E. Nordlie 

Dan Clark Labry 

John Milton Meade 

Laurence A. Groover 

Marion Francis Anderson . . . . 
William Young Faircloth, Jr. 
Gilbert Herschel Leeper 



Major, Dental Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Major, Armor 

Chief Warrant Officer 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Dental Corps 

First Lieutenant, Medical Corps. . . 
Second Lieuteiiant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Chaplains Corps. 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Captain, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Chief Warrant Officer 

First Lieutenant, Artillerj^ 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Chief Warrant Officer 

Chief W^arrant Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Chief \yarrant Officer (W-4) 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Quartermaster Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-3) 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Lieutenant Colonel, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Captain, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Staff Specialist 

Captain, Artillery 



Jan. 


2, 


Jan. 


4, 


Jan. 


5, 


Jan. 


5, 


Jan. 


5, 


Jan. 


5, 


Jan. 


10, 


Jan. 


11, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


18, 


Jan. 


20, 


Jan. 


20, 


Jan. 


21, 


Jan. 


23, 


Jan. 


25, 


Jan. 


25, 


Jan. 


25, 


Jan. 


30, 


Jan. 


30, 


Feb. 


1, 


Feb. 


1, 


Feb. 


6, 


Feb. 


6, 


Feb. 


6, 


Feb. 


9, 


Feb. 


10, 


Feb. 


10, 


Feb. 


10, 


Feb. 


10, 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


14, 


Feb. 


15, 


Feb. 


15, 


Feb. 


17, 


Feb. 


18, 


Feb. 


21, 


Feb. 


27, 


Feb. 


28, 


Feb. 


28, 


Feb. 


28, 


Feb. 


28, 


Mar. 


1, 


:\Iar. 


1, 


Mar. 


2 


Mar. 


7, 


Mar. 


7, 


Mar. 


7 



216 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1955-1956 



Name 



Augustin Gonzalez 

Harry R. Herrington, Jr 

William Hiiiton White, Jr. . . . 
Elbert Rayburn Maples, Jr. 

Armand Joseph Bacon 

Jack Carlie Livingston 

Robert Bernard Burns 

Herman Tracy Nash 

George Oliver Barnes 

Roy Gerard Runken 

Jack Joseph Scott 

Robert Sidnev Snell 

Rodney Phillips Hall 

Lee Jackson Shaw 

William Wallace Jarratt 

Randal Franklin Chitty 

Joshua Bailum Dick 

Charles Clavton Sylvestei', Jr. 
Robert William Ten Eick. . . . 
Harold William Umstattd . . . 

Joe Holland Dowdy 

Travis Elane Sandifer 

Florian DePree Sprinkle, Jr. . 

Richard Wilson Grav, Jr 

William Hershel Pruitt 



Commission 



Robert John Schiess, Jr. . . . 

James Blanton Rozar 

Youris Malone Dunn 

George Henry Dale 

Byard Wesley Harris 

Kenneth Ferrell Johnson . . 

George Ross Justice 

Carl Clair Childress 

David Thornton Fluker . . . 

Vincent C. Currie 

Willard L Nowlin 

Earl Harry Schlarb 

Randolph Orville Norcross. 

Edmund Oma Glover 

Clayton Wilson Shiver, Jr. 



Robert Lee Taaffe 

John Rowland Jordan 

Thomas Joseph Hennessy . . . 
Edward Thompson Murdock. 

Jerome Patrick Kane 

Charles A. Brvan 



Jack Milton Garmon. 

Jean Beem 

William A. Gatlin . . . 
Stanley H. Kerestes. 
John L. Gregory .... 



First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-4) 

First Lieutenant 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Chaplains Corps 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . . 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Ordnance Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Captain, Medical Corps 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Captain, Armor 

Lieutenant Colonel, Armor 

Captain, Ordnance Corps 

First Lieut'.'nant, Infantrv 

Warrant Officer (W-1) . ." 

Wari'ant Officer (W-1) 

First Lieutenant, Infantrv 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Captain, Ai-tillery 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery' 

Fii-st Lieutenant, Infantry 

Major, Artillery 

Captain, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Artillery 

Major, Armor 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Armor 



Date 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 

Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
Mav 
May 
May 

May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 195S-i956 



217 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



William J. Howell 

Lester Hall Kelly 

David Edward Price 

Fred J. Ross, II 

Marvin Hesson Spence. . . 

James D. Clark 

Gene R. Osselmeier 

Paul Victor Hudson 

Clifford N. Hughes, Jr. .. . 

Nickj' Alike Tsacrios 

Joseph F. Mulling 

Joseph G. Wood 

Earl E. Forbes 

Bethel C. English 

Lawrence S. Roberts 

Earl F. Knight 

Russell A. Ortmayer 

Thomas H. Nelson 

John W. Dillin 

Richard R. Locker 

Robert L. Mohler 

Clarence P. Rideout 

David W. Freeman 

Robert W. Lehmann 

Harry Lee Bryson 

Carl A. Gude 

Donald L. B. Miller 

Walter B. Eleazer, Jr 

Lawrence W. Lee 

Basil A. Robertson 

Thure John Anderson .... 
Edward S. Parrish, Jr. ... 

Hercules Pettis 

Bruce Evan Roper 

Francis Clemens Gude . . . . 
John Carroll McNiel, Jr. . , 

Robert Allen Patrick 

Walter Henry Skinner, III 
William V. Barber 

Rogers Baldwin Holmer. . , 
August Christian Lutz . . . , 

Daniel Stevens White 

James Herbert Herlong. . . 

Samuel Walker Smith 

William Avery Martin . . . . 
John Damon Lawrence . . . . 

George Peter Sarres 

Edward Farnell Cole 

Alfred Emanuel Streetzel . . 
Lester Byron Barnes, Jr. . . 



First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Infantrj' 

Captain, Infantry 

Lieutenant Colonel, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillerj- 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. 
First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Major, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force. . . . 

Captain, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-4) 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force .... 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Quartermaster Corps. . . . 

Captain, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantrj' 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Transportation 

Corps 

Major, Air Force 

Major, Finance Corps 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Armor 

Captain, Quartermaster Corps 

Captain, Chaplains Corps 

First Lieutenant, Artillerj' 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 



May 


21, 


1956 


May 


22, 


1956 


May 


22, 


1956 


May 


22, 


1956 


May 


23, 


1956 


May 


24, 


1956 


May 


24, 


1956 


May 


25, 


1956 


May 


25, 


1956 


May 


25, 


1956 


May 


31, 


1956 


May 


31, 


1956 


May 


31, 


1956 


June 


1, 


1956 


June 


1 


1956 


June 


1, 


1956 


June 


5 


1956 


June 


6, 


1956 


June 


8, 


1955 


June 


8, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1956 


June 


15, 


1966 


June 


18, 


1956 


June 


22, 


1956 


June 


22, 


1956 


June 


22, 


1956 


June 


22, 


1966 


June 


25, 


1956 


June 


25, 


1956 


June 


25, 


1956 


June 


25, 


1956 


June 


26, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


29, 


1956 


June 


30. 


1956 


July 


1, 


1956 



218 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1955-1956 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Kenneth Ferrell Johnson 

Charles Ray Betts 

Elva Lee Tuell 

Marion Earl Wacaser 

Robert Denton Bellamy 

Thomas Dixon Graham 

James William Robinson 

John Joseph Hart, Jr 

Oscar Rayburn Wyatt 

Frank William Heyner, Jr. . . . 
Haskell Green Rembert 

Harold Archie Griner, Jr 

Carl Gilbert Oliver 

George Henry Carlyon 

Mahone Rees, Jr 

Robert Nesbitt Dow, Jr 

Fred Walker Richards 

John Warren Danforth , Jr. . . , 

Robert Lester Gibson 

Bromfield Bradford Nichol, Jr 

Lewis Earl Elliott 

James Clifford Johnson 

Leonard Jack Stewart, Jr 

Bascum Anthony Walker 

William Bryan Kipp 

Leandous Warren Rosier 

Frank Anthony Guerriero . . . . 

John MacGregor Munroe 

Ernest Matthew Williams, Jr. 

John Glenn Barrow 

Joshua Bailum Dick 

Major Daniel Jones 

Frank Freeman Phillips, Jr. . . 

William Melvin Pistole, Jr. . . . 

Richard Ellsworth Weld 

Sherman Lee Hendry 

Edward Butler Waters 

Hugh Laren Wiggins 

Ronald Howard Perry 

Eugene E. Pisseri 

Charles Chea 

Bobby Albert Brewer 

William Reed Ogden, Jr 

Oliver Terhune Baudoin 

James Hugh Hanna, Jr 

Robert Isey Bandrimer 

Horace Ryals 

Wilfred Matthew Watson . . . . 



First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Infantry 

Captain, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Adjutant 

Generals Corps 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Colonel, Infantry 

Lieutenant Colonel, Staff Specialist 

Corps 

Lieutenant Colonel, Corps Engineers. 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Medical Corps 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Warrant Officer (W-1), Auditing 

Officer 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer (W-1) Motor Officer 
Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer, Supply Officer 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . . 
Warrant Officer (W-1), Motor Officer 
Second Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-4) 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Medical Corps 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 

Captain, Medical Service Corps . . . . , 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-2) 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 

Julv 
July 
July 
July 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 
COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD— 1955-1956 



219 



Name 



Commission 



Date 



Perry C. Rutherford 

Francis H. Barker 

Daniel D. Berga 

Thomas E. Forbess 

WilHam L. Browning 

Frank E. Hamwey, Jr 

Charles J. Kaniss 

Joseph G. Corey 

Woodrow D. Pass 

Robert G. Walker 

John C. Woodley, Jr 

Peter A. Chazal 

Donald VV. Smith 

Joseph R. Young 

Wesley R. Kirkland 

Nolan A. Almond 

Philip W. Klein 

Warren E. Thomas 

Curtis H. Campbell 

Jack Q. Crum 

George L. Smith, Jr 

Roland Joseph P. M. Inkel 
Maxwell C. Snyder, Jr 

James E. Carroll 

Jennings W. Goodwin 

Robert M. Thorner 

James W. Rice 

William E. Givens, Jr 

George M. Coates, Jr 

Charles G. Mohr 

Kenimer O. Camp 

Billy M. Arzie 

Gordon E. Hallman 

Jesse W. Ivnight 

John C. Norris 

Carl L. Aleck 

Robert T. Smith 

Carrow F. Lott, Jr 

William O. Collins, Jr 

Thomas Herrington 

Jimmy L. Mitcherson 

Clayton W. Shiver, Jr 

Frank J. DiTraglia 

Thomas L. Teate 

Peter D. Shoemaker, Jr 

Robert A. Miller 

Jack T. James 

Roy A. Diehl 

Howard D. Embree 



Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force .... 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Major, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

Captain, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Captain, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Captain, Chaplains Corps 

First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Major, Air Force 

Major, Chaplains Corps 

Captain, Artillery 

Captain, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Chief Warrant Officer (W-3) 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. . 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 

Major, Air Force 

Major, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Leutenant, Air Force 

First Lieutenant, Quartermaster 

Corps 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

First Lieutenant, Medical Service 

Corps 



Sept. 


15, 


Sept. 


17, 


Sept. 


17, 


Sept. 


17, 


Sept. 


20, 


Sept. 


24, 


Sept. 


24, 


Sept. 


25, 


Sept. 


26, 


Sept. 


26, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Sept. 


27, 


Oct. 


1, 


Oct. 


2, 


Oct. 


2, 


Oct. 


2, 


Oct. 


2, 


Oct. 


3, 


Oct. 


3, 


Oct. 


3, 


Oct. 


4, 


Oct. 


4, 


Oct. 


5, 


Oct. 


8, 


Oct. 


9, 


Oct. 


9, 


Oct. 


11, 


Oct. 


12, 


Oct. 


14, 


Oct. 


14, 


Oct. 


15, 


Oct. 


15, 


Oct. 


15, 


Oct. 


18, 


Oct. 


22, 


Oct. 


22, 


Oct. 


25, 


Oct. 


25, 


Oct. 


25, 


Oct. 


25, 


Oct. 


27, 


Oct. 


27, 


Oct. 


29, 


Oct. 


29, 


Oct. 


29, 


Oct. 


30, 



Nov. 1, 1956 



220 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COMMISSIONS IN FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD — 1955-1956 



Name 



Grady A. Warren, Jr.. . 
Richard F. Malone. . . 

Theodore D. Hiers 

Eugene F. Shaw 

Edward J. Farley 

Clyde Merritt 

James J. Olsen 

Kenneth R. Hall, Sr. . . 
John W. Thompson, . . 
Willis A. Browne, Jr. . 

Daniel S. White 

John M. Elliott 

Joseph C. Crankshaw. 
Robert W. Lehmann . . 
Thomas J. Sadler, Jr. . 

Victor L. Searer 

Walter E. Green 

Thurman L. Jones. . . . 

Robert E. Dodd 

Jack K. Stansel 

Elsworth H. Hamm. . . 

Harold J. Baker 

Emory H. Sandifer, Ji. 



Kermit Ljmn 

John E. Graham 

Norman Robert A. Alley 

Richard Starr 

Lamon L. Whiddon 

James D. Proctor, Jr. 



Commission 



Captain, Armor 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Send Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Ordnance Corps. 

Major, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

First Lieutenant, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Armor 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Captain, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Air Force 

Second Lieutenant, Infantry 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Artillery 

Second Lieutenant, Armor 

Warrant Officer (W^-1) 

Major, Dental Corps 

Second Lieutenant, Adjutant 

General Corps 

Captain, Infantry 

Warrant Officer (W-1) 

Major, Dental Corps 

Major, Dental Corps 

Major, Dental Corps 

First Lieutenant, Air Force 



Date 



Donald F. Geis First Lieutenant, Artillery . 



Nov. 


1, 


Nov. 


2, 


Nov. 


4, 


Nov. 


5, 


Nov. 


7, 


Nov. 


7, 


Nov. 


7, 


Nov. 


8, 


Nov. 


12, 


Nov. 


14, 


Nov. 


17, 


Nov. 


17, 


Nov. 


17, 


Nov. 


19, 


Nov. 


19, 


Nov. 


20, 


Nov. 


26, 


Nov. 


26, 


Nov. 


26, 


Nov. 


29, 


Nov. 


29, 


Dec. 


1, 


Dec. 


1, 


Dec. 


3, 


Dec. 


4, 


Dec. 


7, 


Dec. 


7, 


Dec. 


7, 


Dec. 


8, 


Dec. 


21, 



HONORARY COMMISSIONS 



Jess Armstrong 

Joseph T. Dyess 

C. Hobson Martin 

Bernard P. Meighen . . . 

Harvey Mette 

Lewis E. Nail 

Timothy O'Connor . . . . 

Charles R. Sikes 

Charles R. Sowash 

Joseph Thomas Caridi . 
John William Crawford 
William W. Gibson . . . . 

H. C. Gill 

S. Rosenfeld 

A. M. Smith 

William Emmett Snead 
C. K. (Bob) Young.. .. 
Alfred E. Gilmour 



Brevet First Lieutenant . . 
Brevet First Lieutenant . . 

Brevet Major 

Brevet Lieutenant 

Brevet Major 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet First Lieutenant . . 
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Major 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet Captain 

Brevet First Lieutenant . . 

Brevet Colonel 

Brevet Major 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 



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228 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT OPERATORS OF MOTOR 

VEHICLES IN WHICH SUMMONS IS SENT TO THE 

SECRETARY OF STATE FOR SERVICE UNDER 

THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 47.30 OF 

THE 1953 FLORIDA STATUTES. 

FOR YEAR 1955 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Del Pino vs. Redelsheimer 

Pehiik Wrecking Co. vs. Briskin 

Hewitt vs. Hoss 

Fitchette vs. Keys 

Holston vs. Bridgman 

Denton vs. Cummins Diesel Eng 

O'Dell vs. Hovey 

Carswell (Avery) vs. Sauve 

Cronk vs. Hoss 

Daniels vs. Electrical Workers Benefit 

Assn 

Aufright (also Rane) vs. Paulson 

Boggs vs. Lord 

Stephens vs. Linstrom 

Huebner vs. Ryan & Stiver 

Powers vs. Mangrum 

Lavin vs. Amato, Wenger, Sweeney 

Eli Witt Tobacco Co. vs. Holt 

Mitchell vs. Guthrie 

Tomaselli vs. Crosby 

Clackum vs. Hill & Fiveash 

Preefer vs. Gord 

Smith vs. Land 

Emanuel Electric Co. vs. Celebrity Corp 

Wolford vs. Geurcio 

Cornelius, Sr. vs. Kelly 

Cone vs. Rooney 

Elfman vs. Berkowitz (Four Gems, Inc.) 

Irving vs. Berkowitz & Harry Pearl 

Stone vs. Mid-West Merchandising Co. . 

Hamilton vs. Ellison 

Malphurs vs. National Trailer Convoy. . 

Martin vs. Reynolds & Zick 

Schwartz vs. Trussell & Rosenberg 

Wingard vs. Bessette 

Ferranti vs. Hollingshead 

Hysler vs. Cross & Stebbins 

Starnes vs. Powell, Ruark & Mears 

Fisk vs. Victor 

Grissom vs. Glider 

Painter vs. Turner, Harrison 

Malone vs. Lowe & Malone 

Zepp vs. Serbell & Harris 

Kimball vs. Cofer Freight Line & Key . . 



Date 

Duval 

Leon 

Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Polk 

St. Lucie . . . 
Bradford . . . 
Leon 

Gulf 

Dade 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 
Palm Beach. 
Putnam .... 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Duval. . . . . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Bay 

Escambia . . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Nassau 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 
St. Johns . . . 

Dade. 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 



Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan . 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



3, 
3, 

5, 
5, 
5, 
5, 
6, 
7, 
10 

10 
10 
10 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
17 
17 
18 
18 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21 
21 
21 
25 
24 
24 
24 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
27 
27 
28 



1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 

1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 
1955 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 229 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Grubart vs. Segal 

Mondschein vs. Camp, Westbrook & 

Missal 

Pine vs. Missal, Camp & Westbrook 

Grossman vs. Missal, Stern-Case Motors . . 

Hartsing vs. Washington 

Smith vs. Hovis & Kennemore 

Garrett vs. Lee 

Menke vs. Miami for Hire Cars 

Robinson Bros., Inc. vs. Micro-Moisture 

Controls 

Burman vs. Allied Van Lines 

Robinson vs. Crosby 

Pilcher vs. Williams 

Zavarella vs. Sodaro 

Silverman vs. Mooney 

Valentine vs. Schaper 

Collins vs. Sweeny 

Miller vs. Westbrook & Cleveland 

Kaye vs. Spector 

Porter vs. Lane & Carter 

Jacobs vs. Lane & Carter 

Powell vs. Cone 

Williams vs. Weber & Frazier 

Muma vs. Taxicab of Tampa 

LeDuc vs. Isaachman & Culberg 

Carpenter vs. Azoplate Corp 

Bell vs. Louderville 

McCants vs. Langdon 

Hendrick vs. Howley 

Ashley vs. Katz 

Sullivan vs. Presley 

Figur vs. Food Fair Stores of Florida 

Sabig vs. Johnson 

Hines vs. Garrard & Johnston 

Giddens vs. Condon & Lattner 

Nyekker vs. Ouetribib 

DiPiazza vs. Painter, Moseley & Harrison . 

Hay vs. Kyle 

Barber vs. Kyle 

Johnson vs. Cadle 

Black vs. Cranford 

Swindell vs. Cranford 

Smith vs. Foster 

Robinson vs. LaBelle 

Maree vs. Bowen 

Wimberly vs. Long 

Sphaler vs. Isbell 

Kraham vs. Locke 

Barras vs. Young & Forrest Lake Academy 

Wright vs. Dinka 

Aerodex, Inc. vs. Aerovias Ecuatorianas, 

C.A 

Davis vs. Pederson 



County from 
Which Received 


Date Received 


Dade 


Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan . 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 


31 195£ 


Dade 


27 195£ 


Dade 


27 195£ 


Dade 


27. 195^ 


Leon 


2, 195£ 


Orange 


2, 195^ 


Dade 


2, 195^ 


Dade 


3, 195^ 


Dade 


3, 195£ 


Dade 


4, 195^ 


Broward. ... 


4, 195^ 


Leon 


4, 195^ 


Dade 


7, 195^ 


Dade 


7, 195^ 


Broward 


7, 195^ 


Palm Beach 


7, 195^ 


Dade 


9, 195^ 


Dade 


9, 195£ 


Leon 


10, 195^ 


Leon 


10, 195^ 


Escambia 


11, 195^ 


Duval 


11, 195^ 


Hillsborough 


11, 195f 


Dade 


11, 195f 


Dade 


11, 195f 


Hillsborough 

Palm Beach 


11, 195£ 
11, 195£ 


Marion 

Duval 

Jackson 

Dade . . . . 


14, 195£ 

15, 195£ 

15, 195£ 

16, 195£ 


Bay. . . . 


16, 195£ 


Orange 

Dade 


17, 1955 
17, 1955 


Dade 


18, 195S 


Dade 


18, 1955 


Putnam 

Putnam 

Nassau 

Duval 

Duval 

Manatee 

Broward 

Duval 

Duval ... . 


21, 1955 
21, 1955 
21, 1955 
21, 1955 
21, 1955 
21, 1955 
21. 1955 
23, 1955 
23, 1955 


Orange 

Orange 

Orange 

Brevard 

Dade 


24, 1955 
24, 1955 
24, 1955 

24, 1955 

25, 1955 


Pinellas 


25, 1955 







230 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHIGLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Dupuis vs. Terwilliger 

Day vs. Martin & Day 

Lowe vs. Martin & Day 

Heckman vs. Structural Waterproofing 

Corp 

Rotter vs. Stewart 

Walker vs. Jordan 

Laursen vs. Forehand 

Urban vs. Arrants 

Shapiro vs. Lee 

Stanford vs. Riemer 

Webster vs. Johnson 

Pardo vs. Enrich 

Williams vs. Sloan 

Maryland Casualty Co. vs. Hughes & King 
Peck vs. Vasquez & Miami Daily News . . 
Long vs. Vasquez & Miami Daily News. . 
Adams vs. Sullivan & Eagle Motor Lines. 
Bear vs. Couture Motor Corp. & Reyes . . 
Kriegler vs. Pershing Auto Rental & 

Cherkes 

Binsky vs. Flint 

Simon vs. Miami Transit Co. & Gill 

Markle vs. Hoss 

Scott vs. Shaheen 

Dalaker vs. Bridgers 

Gilbert vs. Wooton & Sunset U-Drive . . . 

Smith vs. Carlson & Crane 

Shell vs. Talbot & Torrey 

Stone vs. Mid-West Merchandising Co. 

& Gallagher 

Ramsey vs. Cofer Freight Line and Key.. 

Breen vs. Krueger 

Brown vs. Marshall 

Speller vs. Marshall 

Alessandra vs. Kitchepaw & Houston. . . . 

Joseph vs. Thaxton & Tebbetts 

Allied Building Credits vs. Laurie 

Brittain vs. Lang & Cameron 

Lewis vs. Peterson & Van Ess 

Rose Printing Co. vs. Southeastern 

Engineering Co 

Perkins vs. Peterson & Van Ess 

Anderson vs. Peterson & Van Ess 

City Plumbing Co. vs. Red Ball Van Lines 

Day vs. Berry Bros. Buick 

Crocker vs. Churnside 

Hughes vs. Brock Transfer & Storage. . . . 

Silverman vs. Mooney 

Piatt vs. Pisehke 

Re-Ed Corp. vs. Giffen Industries 

Boraiko vs. Hepler 

Wetheringtou vs. Jordan & Lee 

Biederman vs. Daisey & Company 



County from 
Which Received 



Volusia 

Manatee. . . . 
Manatee .... 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Escambia. . . 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Okaloosa. . . 
Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Dade 

Leon 

Lake 

Brevard .... 

Dade 

Hardee 

Orange 

Bay 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Hillsborough 
Alachua .... 

Duval 

Hillsborough 
Broward .... 
Jefferson .... 

Leon 

Jefferson .... 
Jefferson .... 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Gadsden .... 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Dade 



Date Received 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
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Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

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Mar. 
Mar. 
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Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



OP THE STATE OP PLORIDA 231 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Crews vs. Wasserman & Brown 

Shaw Bros. Oil Co. vs. Mueller, Rash 

& Fine 

Robinson vs. LaBelle 

Sullivan vs. Superior Chair Co 

Biederman vs. Daisey & Company 

Newcomb vs. Alumbaugh 

Bain vs. Huber 

> enton vs. Presley 

Riggs vs. Marcellus 

Russell vs. McGraw 

Allied Building Credits vs. Foley 

Rambam vs. Pfeifer. 

Nolin vs. Williams & Givens 

Dunton vs. Grant 

Davis vs. Superior Trucking Co 

Martin vs. Laigle 

Joslin vs. Stegall and Companj- 

Register vs. Rice & Cain 

Smith vs. Jacques 

Markham vs. Cohen 

Brooks vs. Laws 

Wood vs. Flynn & Guarino & INIontgomery 

Dodd vs. Lundy, Swan & Hatton 

Denmark, Jones, Burney & Wiggins vs. 

Blocker 

Martin vs. Sunnyland Packing Co 

Sweeting vs. Penna & Tyrone 

Torres vs. Olin's 

Holahauer vs. Williams 

Grobelny vs. Kanser 

Bromberg vs. Jack Levine Fur Co 

Pribble vs. Daniels 

Dillon vs. Reeves & First 

Cook vs. Elliot 

Sempell vs. Moore 

Williamson vs. Tom Hicks Transportation 

Co 

Dupuis vs. Terwilliger 

Steff an vs. Powers 

Messandra vs. Kitchepaw & Houston .... 

Rowe vs. Smith 

BroMTi vs. Myers 

Morser vs. Brack 

Breen vs. Krueger 

Murphy vs. Woods 

Salk vs. Jewett & Williams 

Bowler vs. Anders 

Cole vs. Sax 

Kendall vs. Moore 

Shaw Bros. Oil Co. vs. Mueller, Rash, 

Fine 

Davis vs. Duncan 

Lee vs. Freidl & Wells 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Duval 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Bay. 

Marion 

Taylor 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Jackson .... 

Volusia 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

P9lk . 

Gilchrist .... 

Volusia 

Palm Beach. 

Marion 

Leon 

Leon 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Okaloosa . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 

Volusia 

Dade 

Alachua .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

St. Lucie. . . 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Dade 



Mar. 

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Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 
April 



232 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHIGLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Feuerstein & Wallach vs. Fesser 

Gilmore vs. Brink 

Swanson vs. Knapp 

Thompson vs. Komajda 

Dangler vs. Blatt 

Aly vs. Camden 

Modell vs. Carson 

Chaunce)' vs. Carson 

Alessandra vs. Kitchepaw & Houston . . . . 

LeDuc vs. Isaacman & Culberg 

Phil Thai, Jeweler, Inc. vs. Dittmar 

Keller vs. Cowing 

Waxgiser vs. Keller 

Scriver vs. National Telco, Ltd., and 

Securities Acceptance Corp 

Brittian vs. Lang 

Dow vs. Weisberg & Hirsch 

Merritt vs. Cole 

Scriver vs. National Telco, Ltd 

Smith vs. Reed, Davis, Scott & Grubbs . . 
Miller vs. Westbrook & Dennisson 

Manufacturing Co 

Wiegmann vs. Kilpatrick 

Hughes vs. Brock Transfer & Storage Co. 

Bromberg vs. Jack Levine Fur Co 

Robinson vs. Bryant & Metzel 

Gilliam vs. Davis 

Maltman vs. Brassiere 

Rasmussen vs. Skelton 

Byrd vs. Gibbs 

Lef court vs. Eagle Chemical Co 

Wilson vs. McKeever & Houda 

Kaplan vs. Leipsic & Aronavitch 

Flom vs. P. Ballantine & Sons and 

Jerome Blank 

Haynes vs. LaRose 

Barnhill vs. Dykes & Kukuc 

Simpson vs. Brodess 

Castonguay vs. Carolina Freight Carriers 

Bratter vs. Heilborn 

Fitzmaurice vs. Sukenik & Merrit 

Thai vs. Rocky Marciano Restaurant. . . . 

Goldberg vs. Harris 

Gruber vs. Tiernan 

Paulhill vs. Stevenson & Anderson 

Edwards vs. Stevenson & Anderson 

Tackett vs. Hartack 

Barber vs. Kyle 

Goldberg vs. Healy 

Bader vs. Fogel 

Garner vs. Scibetta 

Shoals vs. Foundy 

Toomey vs. Miller 

Johnson vs Carnell 



County from 
Which Received 



Dade 

Pinellas .... 
Broward. . . 
Broward. . . 

Dade 

Orange .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua . . . 
Alachua . . . 
Broward . . . 
Palm Beach 
Dade 

Pinellas. . . , 
Broward . . . 

Dade 

Duval 

Pinellas .... 
Dade 

Dade 

Alachua . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange .... 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Putnam . . . 
Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas. . . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward . . . 
Nassau. . . . 
Nassau .... 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

St. Johns. . 

Dade 

Broward . . . 



Date Received 



April 


21 


April 


22 


April 


22 


April 


22 


April 


22 


April 


25 


April 


25 


April 


25 


April 


25 


April 


25 


April 


25 


April 


23 


April 


25 


April 


26 


April 


27 


April 


27 


April 


29 


April 


29 


April 


29 


May 


2 


May 


2 


May 


2 


May 


2 


May 


4 


May 


4 


May 


•1 


May 


4 


May 


4 


May 


o 


May 


« 


May 


6 


May 


6 


May 


7 


May 


9 


May 


9 


May 


9 


May 


y 


May 


9 


May 


9 


May 


9 


May 


9 


Mav 


11 


May 


11 


May 


11 


May 


11 


May 


12 


May 


12 


May 


12 


May 


13 


May 


13 


May 


16 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 233 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Martin vs. Sunnyland Packing Co. and 
Flanders 

Warliaft vs. Ratigan 

Stahl vs. Nicholas 

Markham vs. Garner 

Carvener vs. Markham & Garner 

Hudson vs. Smith 

Bateman vs. American Scale Manufac- 
turing Co 

Lang vs. Moll 

Wilson vs. Moll 

Duncan vs. Moll 

Brown vs. Moll 

Allen vs. Moll 

James vs. Moll 

Collier vs. Carter 

Seago vs. Beckner 

Pomerance vs. Elkin & Blau 

Edwards vs. Haverstick 

Tucciorone vs. Rosenberg 

Miami Beach Sun Publishing Co. vs. 
Rocky Marciano Restaurant 

Leichtman vs. Rinehart & Owens 

Lemma vs. White 

Wood vs. C. M. Flynn Manufacturing Co 

Payne vs. Sandler 

Skipper vs. Kitchener 

Leder vs. Ruffolo and Bennett 

Kochen vs. Ansel 

Trice vs. Johnson 

Harris vs. Kaidy 

Josephson vs. Thompson 

Grady vs. Harper & Lyon 

Wm. E. Strasser Construction Corp. vs. 
Linn & Sammartino 

Roniger vs. Golton 

Drackett vs. Sobel & Carner 

Ware vs. Jameson 

Swanson vs. Knapp 

Ustler vs. Morse 

Lanier vs. Sharpe, Hurd & Powell 

Bryant vs. Kelly & Martinelli 

Matheu vs. Weisberg 

Montalvo vs. Snesd & Morris 

Whittenton vs. Jennaro 

J. & J. J. S., Lie. vs. Hall & Golden 

Central Broadcasting Co. vs. Fred W. 
Ziv Co 

Almoina vs. Zurnok 

Grady vs. Harper & Lyon 

Amdahl vs. Wallace 

Yurkiewicz vs. Ciechanowski 

Maglio vs. Crouch 

Michael vs. Harrington 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Orange 

Okaloosa . . . 

Orange 

St. Johns . . . 
St. Johns . . . 
St. Johns. . . 
St. Johns . . . 
St. Johns . . . 
St. Johns . . . 

Dade 

Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Escambia. . . 
Broward .... 

Orange 

Orange 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Volusia 

Broward .... 

Orange 

Dade 

Duval 

Jefferson .... 
Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 
Dade 



May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 

Mar 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
MaV 
Ma'y 

May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



234 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Wood vs. McGuire Dade 



Nasatir vs. Callus 

Peterson vs. Biles or Lazarus 

Cereshy vs. Wetta & Braswell 

Cuesta Key & Co. vs. Ann Lewis Shops . 

Sheradsky vs. Bruno 

Green vs. Watkins 

Gadson vs. Watkins 

Drayton vs. Watkins 

Hansen vs. Catlett 

Weigel vs. Reifer 

Haggon vs. Roj'al Steamship Co., S.A.. . 

Wetherington vs. Brown 

Porter vs. Lane & Carter 

Jacobs vs. Lane and Carter 

Alford vs. Runnebohn & Fischer 

Hadden vs. Brown & Adkins 

Dow vs. Weisberg & Hirsch 

Franceschini vs. Kaufman 

Sirmons vs. Walter 

Kaidy vs. Harris 

Personality Homes vs. Gait & Walton . . . 

Koseff vs. Scepansky 

Breaux vs. Commercial Credit Corp .... 

Saltzman vs. Cinelli and diPetro 

Frank vs. Klara 

Smith vs. Hendricks 

Gonzalez vs. Dean 

Johnson vs. Entz 

Twardus vs. Cooper 

McKenzie vs. Segrest and Way 

Gillis vs. Friemdna 

Heede vs. Rikerd 

Griffin vs. Anderson 

Baldwin vs. Anderson & Hamrick 

Rosen vs. Weisman & B. &. W. Motor 

Sales 

Zeidenberg vs. Weisman & B. & W. 

Motor Sales 

Michaelson vs. Weisman & B. & W. 

Motor Sales 

Brock vs. Hamm d/b/a South Jersey 

Transfer Co 

Dome vs. Campbell 

Beck vs. Califano 

Skene vs. DeBard 

Kaidy vs. Harris 

Rowe vs. Smith 

Chak vs. Taylor & Chicago Spring 

Products Co 

Wood vs. Flynn 

Chase vs. Kaysun, Inc., and Leitzsey . . . 
Carver vs. Porter 



Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Taylor 

Dade 

Broward 

Manatee. . . . 

Leon 

Leon 

Hamilton. . . . 
Palm Beach . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough . 

Orange 

Orange 

Duval 

Duval 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 



Dade. 
Dade. 
Dade. 



Volusia. 
Orange . 
Volusia. 
Polk . . . 
Duval . . 
Dade . . . 



Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 



June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 

June 

June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 235 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Biederman vs. Daisej' & Co., Evans 

Chemetics, Inc 

Collins vs. JNIcCormick 

Gilliam vs. Davis 

Morris vs. Rockefeller 

Hughes vs. Brock Transfer & Storage Co. 

Houtkamp vs. Conway 

Marrs vs. S.A.L. Railroad Co 

Salemi vs. Burghe 

Bowling vs. Olson & Bates 

Jacksonville Precooling Co. vs. Kamstra. . 
Cuesta Rey & Co. vs. Ann Lewis Shops . . 
G. Fetter Puthuff Co. vs. Emerson Radio 

& Phono Corp 

Pounds vs. Lester d/b/a Hotel James. . . . 

Fletcher vs. Thomson 

Huffer vs. Papale & Margitich 

Newman vs. Federal Materials Co. and 

Hely 

Alfonso & \sada vs. Advance Adjustment 

Co 

Wilson vs. Zohm, Angerholzer & 

Strickland 

Rand vs. Hudson 

Thai vs. Dittmar 

Phil Thai, Jeweler, Inc. vs. Dittmar 

Andrews vs. Stuckey, Hewlett 

Andrews vs. Stuckey, Hewlett, Jones 

Lumber Co 

Adams vs. Sullivan & Eagle Motor Lines. 
Andrews vs. Stuckej'-, Hewlett and 

Jones Lumber Co 

Moulten vs. Jeffries 

Cuesta Rey & Co. vs. Ann Lewis Shops 

of Tampa 

Wickenheiser vs. Simpson 

Lasseter vs. Lee County Oil Co., Inc 

Park-N-Shop, Inc., etc. vs. Sparkman, 

etc 

Wardall vs. Burdines and Dorothy 

Gray, Ltd 

Smith vs. Phillips 

Montvalvo vs. Sneed & Morris 

August vs. Lau 

Fitzmaurice vs. Sukenik 

Packo vs. Krahl 

St. Clair vs. Yeager & Smith 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. vs. 

Maviglia & Sibert 

Jaeger vs. Williams 

Lasseter vs. Lee County Oil Co 

Tyre vs. Gabriel 

Smith vs. Goldberg 

Leibowitz vs. Wolf berg 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Dade 

Orange 

Orange 

Sarasota .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Leon 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Duval 

Duval 

Broward .... 
Alachua .... 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Duval 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Broward .... 
Duval 

Duval 

Okaloosa . . . 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Bay 

Hillsborough 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Hillsborough 

Sarasota .... 
Hillsborough 

Bay 

Duval 

Hillsborough 
Dade 



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 

July 
July 
July 

July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



236 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Brandes vs. Heston & Gingrich 

Russey vs. Crump 

Sylk vs. Circle Broadcasting Corp. and 

South Jersey Bio'idcasting Co 

Lynch vs. Bragg & Pearl Investment Co . . 

Preisach vs. Springer 

Citrus Fruit Products Processing Corp. 

vs. Gobler Mercantile Co 

Corley vs. Laurendino 

Pfeiff er vs. Laurendino 

Robinson vs. McBrearty 

Paterno vs. Netter Produce Co 

Hartselle vs. Bettis 

Dauphin vs. Munro 

Board of Public Instruction of Broward 

County vs. George W. Drew, d/b/a 

Grand Traverse Construction Co 

Owens vs. Mizzell 

Thomas vs. Freeman 

Galloway vs. Freeman 

Arkus Furniture, Inc. vs. Freeman 

Heaton vs. Levinson 

Knight vs. Shisler 

McKinney vs. Griffin 

Dressel's Dairy Farm vs. Barris & Farmer 
Castonguay vs. Carolina Freight Carriers 

and Huffstetler 

LeDuc vs. Isaacman & Culberg 

Kinard vs. Steinman 

Capehart vs. Ingram Products Co. and 

Donnelly 

Dangler vs. Blatt 

Wiegmann vs. Kilpatrick 

Thompson vs. Sengebush 

Graves Bros. Refrigeration Supply vs. 

Morris 

Davis vs. Sengebush 

Thomas vs. Sengebush 

Gulf Equipment Co. vs. Hixon 

Marshall vs. Lee County Oil Co 

Davis vs. Sengebush 

Mitchell vs. Sengebush 

Davis vs. Sengebush 

Florida Tank Lines vs. Hanley & Eagan.. 
Accounts Supervision Co. vs. Simmons. . . 

Ross vs. Rosenstock 

Bloch vs. Green, etc 

Schweitzer vs. Mercury Match Corp 

Roniger vs. Golton 

Hutto vs. Petermeier 

Kislak vs. Morton Boudreau 

Castonguay vs. HoUifield 

Markham vs. Garner 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Broward . 
Duval . . . 



Dade. . . 
Dade . . 
Pinellas . 



Polk 

Escambia. . . . 
Escambia . . . . 

Duval 

Orange 

Orange 

Hillsborough , 



Broward 

Nassau 

Hillsborough . 
Hillsborough . 
Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 



Dade. 
Dade. 
Leon. 



Dade 

Dade . . . . 
Alachua . 
Leon. . . 



Hillsborough . 

Leon 

Leon 

Hillsborough . 

Bay 

Leon 

Leon 

Leon 

Broward 

Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Marion 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 



July 


18, 


July 


18, 


Julv 


18, 


July 


18, 


July 


18, 


July 


20, 


July 


20, 


July 


20, 


July 


20, 


July 


20, 


July 


iil, 


July 


21, 


July 


21, 


July 


23, 


July 


25, 


July 


25, 


July 


25, 


July 


25, 


July 


25, 


July 


25, 


July 


27, 


July 


27, 


July 


28, 


July 


28, 


July 


29, 


July 


•-»<-), 


Aug. 


2, 


Aug. 


1, 


Aug. 


1, 


Aug. 


1, 


Aug. 


1. 


Aug. 


1. 


Aug. 


1, 


Aug. 


1, 


Aug. 


1, 


Aug. 


1, 


Aug. 


1, 


Aug. 


2, 


Aug. 


2, 


Aug. 


4, 


Aug. 


4, 


Aug. 


4, 


Aug. 


4, 


Aug. 


5, 


Aug. 


y, 


Aug. 


♦>, 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



237 



GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Benjamin & Jay Corp. vs. All Miami 

Motors 

Lido Motel and Gload vs. Cheek 

Cadencio vs. Thompson & Sachs 

Robinson vs. Wilson 

Morrison vs. Wilson 

Sturman vs. Iritano 

Lane (Globe & Republic Insurance Co.) 

vs. Sattanino 

Nolin vs. Williams & Givens 

Keene vs. Heenan 

Castonguay vs. Hollifield 

Castonguay vs. Huffstetler 

Bates vs. Davison 

Phil Thai, Jeweler vs. Dittmar 

Thai vs. Dittmar 

Rooney vs. Old South Life Insurance Co . 

Caudle vs. Grant 

J. & J. J., Inc. vs. Hall & Golden 

Vinson vs. Casey 

Pacheco vs. Dupuy 

Smithwick vs. Folds 

Lipp vs. Kazimir 

Riley vs. Tedder 

Hughes vs. Brock Transfer & Storage Co. 

Slater vs. Schleicher 

Owens vs. Shepherd 

Bryce vs. Shepherd 

Fonseca vs. Twitt & Lent 

Major vs. New York Telecoin Corp 

Johnson vs. Freese 

Thomas vs. Crawford 

Cissne vs. Lamb & Cordes 

Naile vs. Pelletier 

Carr vs. Lanier 

Rohm vs. Elliott 

Brownell vs. Samuels & Croston 

Fountain vs. Anika & Prescott 

Capps vs. Howard Hall Co., Inc 

Foster vs. Crary 

Cumbus vs. Howard Moving & Storage Co 
Wm. E. Strasser Construction Corp. vs. 

Linn & Sammartino 

Burnsed vs. Hastings 

Hard}' vs. Campbell 

Callahan vs. Settanni 

Adams vs. Sullivan & Eagle Motor Lines . 
Roberts vs. Paul Lang Motor Sales, Inc., 

and Leathers 

Schneider vs. Radio Corp. of America, etc 

Steward vs. Topp 

Citrus Fruit Products Processing Corp. 

vs. Gobler Mercantile Co 

Franklin vs. Conner 

Bowman vs. Seiber 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Dade 

Volusia 

Broward 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Jackson 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Broward 

Broward 

Duval 

Pinellas 

Broward 

Orange 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Marion 

Alachua 

Alachua 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Leon 

Indian River 

Dade 

Bradford 

Broward 

Nassau 

Pensacola Division 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Palm Beach 

Okaloosa 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Polk 

Palm Beach 

Orange 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



238 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Liberto vs. Clark & Copeland 

Lawrence vs. Weston 

Sims vs. R. S. DeLoach Lumber Co 

Weeks vs. R. S. DeLoach Lumber Co 

Threlkeld vs. Nagrock & Kluga 

Clinton Foods, Inc. vs. Mammoth Groves 

Packing Co 

Echols vs. Murrah 

Associates Discount Corp. vs. Cranford . . 
Shannon vs. Harrison, Smith & Heath . . . 

Jackson vs. Shumacher 

Tatcher vs. Pezzella 

Garfinkel vs. Mirmelli 

McCants vs. Langdon 

Craddock vs. Stone 

Johnson vs. Hallstein & Bennett 

Fumich vs. Lawrence 

Sweet vs. Taylor Freezer Corp 

Reynolds vs. Heath 

Deutsch vs. Melyn & Edwards 

Sullivan vs. Dowling Bag Co. and Price. . 
Carter vs. Ace U-Drive-It Service and 

Lindholm 

Cohen vs. Highsmith, Shumer, Mansfield, 

etc 

Slater vs. Schleicher 

Jayroe vs. Craig 

Warner vs. Aldred 

Morris vs. Rockefeller 

Stone vs. Dameron 

Knight vs. Dameron 

Brown vs. Shaw 

Kearns vs. Kearns 

Hendrick vs. StrazzuUa 

Weinstein vs. Mastro 

Valentine vs. Davis, Chicago Southern 

Transport Co 

Glover vs. Taylor 

Moore vs. Brown 

Burrell vs. Robinson 

Wells vs. Navarro 

McCallister vs. Loan 

Wadley vs. Lj-kes Bros., Vernon Walter 

Farmer 

Moorhead vs. Belfort Truck Rental Co. . . 

Rilej^ vs. Tedder 

Tidmore vs. Artis and Commercial 

Carriers 

Lesnik vs. Jackson 

Rogers vs. Good 

Strickland vs. Perry 

Conerly vs. Elsa Canning Co 

Gibson vs. Caprio 

Bradley vs. Blumenthal 



Leon 

Escambia. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Hardee 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Orange 

Martin 

St. Johns . . . 
Broward .... 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Marion 

Hillsborough 

Volusia 

Sarasota .... 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Seminole. . . . 
Broward. . . . 

Duval 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Alachua .... 
Hillsborough 

Dade 

Duval 

Broward. . . . 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 

Martin 

Dade 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 239 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHIGLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 


County from 
Which Received 


Date Received 


Lewis vs. Cole 


Dade 


Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


23, 1955 


Asbury vs. Catalano 

Fletcher vs. Thomson 


Dade 


23, 1955 


Broward 


23, 1955 


Absher vs. Hastings 

City of St. Augustine vs. Goodwin and 
Mather 


Duval 

St. Johns 

Orange 


23, 1955 
26, 1955 


Hamilton vs. Cox 


26, 1955 


Lonn vs. Penn Fishing Tackle Manufac- 
turing Co., Penna 

Pesce vs. Unicorn Press and Johnson 

Landsman vs. West 


Volusia 


26, 1955 


Dade 

Broward 


26, 1955 
26, 1955 


Cole vs. Milliken 


Marion 


26, 1955 


Albert vs. Grudzian 

Crane vs. Morrow 

Lattimoi'e vs. Rossi 


Dade 

Duval 

Duval 


28, 1955 
28, 1955 
28, 1955 


Phillips vs. Jennings, Edge and Knox 
Lumber Co 


Dade 


28, 1955 


May vs. Fink 


Dade 


28, 1955 


Lee vs. Hancock and Nichols 


Palm Beach 


29, 1955 


Asbury vs. Catalano 

Hayes vs. Fink 


Dade 


29, 1955 


Dade 


30, 1955 


Montvalvo vs. Sneed and Morris 


Dade 


30, 1955 


Construction & General Laborers' Union 
vs. International Hod Carriers, etc 


Dade 


3, 1955 


Suggs vs. Ivine 


Hillsborough 


3, 1955 


Washington vs. Leo McGehee 


Holmes 


3, 1955 


Grigg vs. Gibbs 


Okaloosa 


3, 1955 


Cook vs. Amundsen 


Broward 


3, 1955 


1227 S. Atlantic, Inc. vs. Cheek 


Volusia 


4, 1955 


Walden vs. Hillard & Pennington 


Palm Beach 


4, 1955 


Georgiou vs. Beaver 


Dade 


4, 1955 


Molchanoff & Koltnow vs. Taylor 

Moberly vs. Rush 


Dade 


4, 1955 


Pinellas 


5, 1955 


Moberly vs. Rush 


Pinellas 


5, 1955 


Dixon vs. Renault 


Dade 


5, 1955 


McMahon vs. Marcu 


Broward 


6, 1955 


Dinkins vs. Tidwell 


Duval 


7, 1955 


Stiles vs. Griffin 


Hillsborough 


7, 1955 


Pennell vs. Griffin 


Hillsborough 


7, 1955 


Nasch vs. Leon's, luc 


Dade 


7, 1955 


Barnes vs. Sheppard 


Alachua 


7, 1955 


Florence Citrus Growers vs. Middaugh 
& Kauffman 


Polk 


11, 1955 


Baker vs. Black 


Brevard 


11, 1955 


Atkins vs. Healey 


Dade 


11, 1955 


Bordeaux vs. Zieuce 


Duval 


11, 1955 


Carr vs. Lanier 


Dade 


10, 1955 


Chase vs. Kaysun, Inc 


Dade 


10, 1955 


Tillman vs. Monroe 


Duval 


12, 1955 


Fulco vs. Koehne 


Dade . . 


12, 1955 


Merchant vs. Schlonohm 


Dade 


12, 1955 


LeDuc vs. Isaacman & Culberg 


Dade 


14, 1955 


Gill vs. Bartlett & Scott 


Bay 


14, 1955 


Peterson vs. Miller 


Sarasota 


14, 1955 









240 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Suggs vs. King 

Sowers vs. Anhut 

Hartley vs. Schwartzberg 

Calvert Fire Insurance Co. vs. Boomer- 
shine 

McCalla vs. Hughes 

Cohen vs. Hughes 

Schaef er vs. Murphy 

Cadencio vs. Thompson 

Rawlson vs. Gruendler 

Sarastoa Bank & Trust Co. vs. 

Wigglesworth 

Musselwhite vs. Sweet 

State of Florida vs. Leist, Union Finance 
Co. and Golden . 

State of P'lorida vs. Neal, Commercial 
Bank, Andalusia and R.C.-Nehi 
Bottlers 

Liguori vs. Williams 

Siegel vs. Shuset 

Hughes vs. Lykes Bros 

Stoney vs. Longo 

Glickmiin vs. Karples 

Viviano & Viviano vs. Botta 

Taylor vs. Zacharias 

Waidall vs. Burdine's and Dorothy 
Gray, Ltd 

Lipp vs. Kazimir & Taylor 

Lef court vs. Eagle Chemical Co 

Krug vs. Stanley Kimmel 

Tomlinson vs. Keatley 

Paparo vs. Harrow 

Smith vs. Dressel 

Bucci vs. Mills 

Homan vs. General Acceptance Corp. . . . 

Cooper vs. Truly Nolen, Inc 

D. & F. Napoli Fruit & Produce Co. vs. 
Leone 

Reineeke vs. Ebert 

Collins vs. Hughes 

Huggins vs. Bender & Mackrell 

Smelley vs. Englesby 

Wilder vs. Copley 

Pettis vs. Rent-A-Car Service of Florida 

Stewart vs. Kraus 

Pringle vs. Rose 

Mawson vs. Lauroff 

Pack vs. Parkei- & Bragg 

Gerhardt vs. Smith 

Edgerton vs. Farr 

Roberts vs. Farr 

Waites vs. Farr 

Sorgen vs. Samuel 

Fischer vs. Roberts 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Hillsborough 
Broward .... 
Duval 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Broward .... 

Dade 

Broward .... 
Dade 

Sarasota .... 
Dade 

Gadsden .... 

Gadsden. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota. . . . 
Volusia 

Broward. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward . . . . 

Dade 

Marion 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Leon 

Pinellas 

Duval 

Orange 

Sarasota. . . . 

Duval 

Duval 

Broward . . . . 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



Oct. 17, 1955 
Oct. 17, 1955 
Oct. 17, 1955 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 24, 1955 
Oct. 26, 1955 

Oct. 27, 1955 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 241 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Meyers vs. Neble Products Corp 

King vs. Blair, etc 

Prossenos vs. Valivlis 

Kavner vs. Hess 

McKinnie vs. Melmond M. Wright 

Conway vs. Bloomfield S.S. Company. . . . 

Kollin vs. Hubert 

Nekkubger vs. Nekkubger 

Douglas Corley 

Williams vs. Miami Transit Co 

Martin vs. Marlowe 

Gibson vs. Wessberg & Clark 

Penton vs. Presley 

Roper Growers Coop. vs. Hall 

Middlston vs. Watwood 

Vermilyea vs. Aldred 

Rumbo vs. Aero Mayflower Transit Co. 

and Barker 

Duke vs. Labrado 

Stearns vs. H. Kaplan Co 

Oltremari vs. Hamm 

Haislop vs. Langston 

Jones vs. Twitty 

Fonseea vs. Twitty & Lent 

Rumston vs. West 

Marins vs. Likes 

Ragen vs. Jackson, Klaus, and Tuschman 
Griffith vs. Wood, d/b/a Magnolia 

Land Co 

Phillips vs. Stylianou 

Shew vs. Chunky Chocolate Corp 

De LaGuargia vs. O'Hara 

Edwards vs. Perron 

Brown vs. Manchester 

Westling vs. Pentecost & Hart 

Hurlbert vs. Kawaguchi & Danac 

Bieger vs. Singer & Cohen 

Stringfield vs. Groch 

Livingston vs. Groch 

Knight vs. Dameron 

Pesce vs. Unicorn Press and Johnson 

Rowe vs. Smith 

Rasmussen vs. U.S. Postage Stamp 

Machine Co 

Hamilton vs. Texas Kiddie Rides Co 

Perle vs. Klara 

Lewis vs. Binstock and Feinberg 

Haber and Schwartzman vs. Abalan 

Gravett vs. Lankford 

Brehn vs. Sattanino and Lane 

Evers vs. Davis 

Weiss vs. Dudley 

Taylor vs. Ball 

Simmons vs. Complete Auto Transit, Inc. 



County from 
Which Received 


Date Received 


Dade 


Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
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. 


7- 19/i/i 


Dade 


8 

8 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

10 

10 

12 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 
16 
16 
17 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
21 

21 

21 
21 
21 
23 
25 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
28 
29 

1 
2 
2 
2 
2, 
3, 
5, 
6, 
7, 
9, 
9, 


, 1955 


Dade 


1 955 


Dade 


1 955 


Leon 


1955 


Hillsborough 


1955 


Dade 


1955 


Martin 


1955 


Duval 


1955 


Dade 


1 955 


St. Johns 


1 955 


Broward 


1 955 


Bay 


1 955 


Orange 

Bay 


1955 
1 955 


Volusia 

Orange 

Duval 


1955 

1955 
1 955 


Volusia 


1 955 


Pinellas 


1 955 


Alachua 


1955 


Dade 


1 955 


Dade 


1 955 


Dade 


1955 


Dade 


1 955 


Dade 


1955 


Bay 


1 955 


Polk 


1 955 


Broward 

Dade 


1955 
1 955 


Dade 


1955 


Polk 


1955 


Orange 

Duval 


1955 
1 955 


Dade 


1 955 


Duval 

Duval 

Duval 


1955 
1955 
1955 


Dade 


1955 


Dade 


1955 


Pinellas 


1955 


Orange 

Dade 


1955 
1 955 


Dade 


1955 


Dade 


1955 


Dade 


1955 


Alachua 

Duval 

Dade 


1955 
1955 
1955 


Pinellas ... 


1955 


Palm Beach 


1955 



242 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Jacksonville Coach Co. vs. Forrest 

Produce Co 

McDaniel vs. McCormick 

Hornbake vs. McCormick 

Mericle vs. Complete Auto Transit, Inc . . 

Grimm vs. Faircloth 

Such vs. Davis 

Greenhalgh vs. Tatum 

Harvey vs. Tatum 

Cruse vs. Martini 

Lewis vs. Cannon and Galloway 

Havana Canning Co. vs. Howard Hall 

Company 

Sims vs. DeLoach 

Sims vs. DeLoach and Brantley 

Voss vs. Stadtlander 

Emma vs. Hunter 

Dixon vs. LaWrosky 

Betnesky vs. Liston 

Schneider vs. Liston 

Wright Motor Company vs. Forrest 

Phillips vs. Kozar 

Ludwig vs. Reuter 

Buchan vs. Maxwell 

Clemens vs. Collins 

Merchant vs. Schlobohm 

Ex-Cell-0 Corp. vs. Alpine Grove Dairy 

Carvajal vs. Greenwood 

Sayer vs. Greenwood 

Rothman vs. Eunice Cohen Gray and 

Shack's, Inc 

Congress Building, Inc. vs. Strauss d/b/a 

Ross Wholesale Jewelers, Inc 

Lincoln vs. Haarer 

E. C. "Red" Cornelius, Inc. vs. Florida 

Electric Supply, Inc 

Trostl vs. Mims 

Allessandra vs. Ketchpaw and Houston . 

Thorn vs. Suitt and Hales 

Castellani vs. Sipe 

Scott vs. Suddath d/b/a Capital City 

Motor Court 



County from 
Which Received 


Date 


Received 


Duval 

Dade 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dee. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Dec. 


9, 1955 
12, 195£ 


Dade 


12, 195£ 


Dade 


12, 1951 


Polk 


12, 195£ 


Dade 


12, 195^ 


Duval 


12, 195^ 


Duval 


12, 195^ 


Marion 


14, 195^ 


Brevard 


14, 195^ 


Leon 


14, 195^ 


Dade 


15, 195[ 


Dade 


15, 195. 


Pinellas 


16, 195. 


Dade 


19, 195. 


Dade 


19, 195. 


Dade 


16, 195. 


Dade 


16, 195. 


Leon 


20, 195. 


Dade 


20, 195 


Dade 


20, 195 


Duval 


22, 195 


Dade 


15, 195 


Dade 


27, 195 


Dade 


23, 195 


Dade 


27, 195 


Dade 


27, 195 


Dade 


27, 195 


Dade 


27, 195 


Broward 


28, 195 


Dade 


27, 195 


Hillsborough 


27, 195 


Dade 


27, 195 


Dade 


29, 195 


Volusia 


29, 195 


Leon . 


30, 195 







FOR YEAR 1956 



Wagner vs. Rushkin, Fisher & Davis. 

Furniss vs. Meyers 

McCollum vs. Iberia C.I.A. Maritima 

S.A., etc 

Reeder vs. Corbitt 



Dade 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Duval 



Jan. 
Jan. 

Jan. 
Jan. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 243 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

McCullough vs. Pollock Paper Corp 

Teefy vs. Dooley 

Blair vs. Stice 

Yarn vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Seymour vs. Blair 

Herrin vs. Raymond 

McDaniel vs. Lykes Bros. Inc. et al 

Cunningham vs. Shaw & Garet 

Ivory vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Katzman vs. Weiner & Davidson 

Finestone vs. White 

Kinnin vs. Selvick 

Rigano vs. Rosenberg 

Fretto vs. Goodman 

Holley vs. Von Dermalen 

Ivi'opp vs. Heska 

Sowder vs. White 

Rollins vs. Perry 

Gibbons vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Butts vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

McDaniel vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Lee vs. Lj^kes Bros., Inc., etc 

Brice vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Williams vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Edge vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Brannon vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Tenewit vs. Smoky Mountain Tours Co . . 

Boiler vs. Resnick, Fox, and Kay 

Annis vs. Fuller 

Toracinta vs. Donnelly, d/b/a Chimes 

Trailer Park, etc 

Keating vs. Bullard and Watley 

Jefferson Place, Inc. vs. Robinson 

Yeates vs. Thomas 

Brannan vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Foss vs. Smith 

Ellman vs. Martin (Florida East Coast 

Railway Co.) 

Cooper vs. Metz and Jackson and Metz . . 

Schenker vs. Klaiman 

Motlow vs. Gooden 

Escambia Treating Co. vs. A. F. Pylant, 

Inc 

Fruit Distributing Co. vs. Liberto, Clark, 

and Copeland 

Joelson vs. King 

W^alker & Hallowell, Inc. vs. Coastal 

Construction Corp 

Rathgeb vs. Yohay and Field 

Hill vs. Page 

Thomas vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Laird vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Tatum vs. Lykes Bros., Inc., etc 

Rainey vs. Quarngesser 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Broward .... 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Volusia 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward. . . . 
Broward .... 
Gadsden. . . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 

Escambia. . . 

Leon 

Sarasota. . . . 

Sarasota . . . . 

Duval 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



Jan. 


5, 


Jan. 


6, 


Jan. 


6. 


Jan. 


9, 


Jan. 


9, 


Jan. 


10, 


Jan. 


11, 


Jan. 


11, 


Jan. 


12, 


Jan. 


12, 


Jan. 


12, 


Jan. 


12, 


Jan. 


13, 


Jan. 


13, 


Jan. 


13, 


Jan. 


13, 


Jan. 


13, 


Jan. 


13, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


17, 


Jan. 


16, 


Jan. 


19, 


Jan. 


19, 


Jan. 


19, 


Jan. 


19 


Jan. 


19, 


Jan. 


19, 


Jan. 


20, 


Jan. 


20 


Jan. 


20, 


Jan. 


20 


Jan. 


21 


Jan. 


21 


Jan. 


20 


Jan. 


20 


Jan. 


20 


Jan. 


20 



1956 
1965 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 

1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 

1956 

.1956 

1956 

1956 

1956 

1956 
1956 

1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 



244 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Jones vs. Stillwell 

Hogan vs. Shaver and City of Fort 

Lauderdale 

Tuttle vs. Summers and Flynn 

Moeller and City of St. Augustine, Fla., 
vs. T. L. Dysard & Son and National 
Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. . . . 

Romas vs. Rosseauscholtz and Avis- 
Airport Rent-a-Car Corp 

Williams vs. Concrete Products, Inc 

Olive vs. Denton and Grantham 

Roberts vs. Darley 

O'Rourke vs. Jordan 

Pearson vs. Draper 

Henry vs. Riley 

Bordeaux vs. Zience 

Rogers vs. Mcintosh 

Flournoy vs. Mcintosh 

King vs. Rehman 

City of St. Augustine vs. Goodwin and 
Mather, Sr 

City of St. Augustine vs. Goodwin and 
Mather, Sr 

Martin, as Trustee of F.E.C. Railway Co. 
Co. vs. Hooker and McDuflHe 

Blau vs. National Union Life Insurance 
Company 

Smith vs. Ward and Shelnutt 

Short vs. Douglas, Ward and Shelnutt . . . 

Key Corporation, Pharmaceuticals vs. 
Bonded Laboratories, Inc 

Fitch, Henry vs. Selvick 

Ivey vs. Breedlove 

Cecil vs. Marinello 

Salant v^- Dudley 

Washington vs. McGeehee 

Stewart vs. Meiselman 

J. J. Sanford, Inc. vs. Sabia 

Kelley vs. Hastings 

Hess vs. Kiehl 

Templeton vs. Danley 

Sharpe vs. Grothehen 

Sackas vs. Cooley 

Owens vs. Klauss 

McGill vs. Gulf Life Insurance Co. and 
Newell 

Burk vs. Upholsterers International 
Union, etc 

Potomac Aircraft Co. vs. Leeward Aero- 
nautical Services 

Brannon vs. Heger 

Moody vs. Bliss and Sarasota Board 
Public Instruction 

Williams vs. Belser and Smercich 



Palm Beach. 



Broward . 
Volusia. . 



St. Johns. 

Broward . 
Alachua. , 
Pinellas. . 
Wakulla. 
Pinellas. . 
Pinellas. . 

Leon 

Duval . . . , 
Leon. ... 
Leon. ... 
Broward . 



St. Johns . 



St. Johns . 
Dade 



Dade 

Hillsborough . 
Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough . 

Broward 

Dade 

Holmes 

Volusia 

Broward 

Alachua 

Broward 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Duval 



Gadsden . 
Dade . . . . 



Dade 

Hillsborough . 



Sarasota . 
Duval . . . 



Jan. 20, 1956 

Jan. 23, 1956 
Jan. 23, 1956 



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. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 245 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

O'Coiinell vs. Carpenter 

Russell vs. Stanley 

Rodgers vs. Ray 

Berkovic vs. Herman and Taylor 

Silverman vs. Herman and Taylor 

King vs. Frederick 

Dillman vs. Harris 

Keating vs. Bullard, et al 

Wahl vs. Klein, Steinhardt & Houston . . . 

Wallace vs. Traeger 

Reynolds vs. Heath 

Buckholtz vs. Zuckerman 

Fort vs. Schinstock and Trammell 

Packard Co 

Barthelmas vs. Goldberg and Brandon . . . 

Borys vs. Heska 

Widett vs. Jaffe and Guarantee Reserve 

Life Insurance Co. of Hammond 

Brand vs. Highlands and M. B. Smalley 

Corp., etc 

Mason vs. Motor Convoj', Inc 

Shamitz vs. Coller and Ryder Car Rental 

Sj'stem, Inc 

Kunis vs. Forte 

Gonzalez vs. Yturrino 

Stephens vs. The Sessions Co. and Webb. 

Rogers vs. Brimicombe 

Cobb vs. Commercial Carriers, Inc., and 

Vest 

Herrin vs. Raymond 

Suggs vs. Roman 

Moore vs. Hogsten and Dubenofsky 

Castellani vs. Sipe 

Fernandez vs. Mehrign, also known as 

Mehring 

Berdy vs. Barran 

Lasche vs. Casa Manana Corp 

Fort vs. Schinstock and Trammell 

Packard Co 

Gaites vs. Warren 

Nelson vs. Clark 

Holcomb vs. Swift & Company and 

Reeves 

Gravett vs. Lankford 

Jowers vs. Blakley 

Wilkin.son vs. Allen 

Ochsenfeld vs. Ware and Graf 

Sargent vs. Blanc 

Shipp vs. Blanc 

Procyk vs. Harris and Sumlick 

Halin vs. Martel and Roseman 

Boiden Company vs. Puskar 

Monroe vs. Puskar 

Sowder vs. White 



County from 
Which Received 


Date Received 


Sarasota 

Orange 


Feb. 
Feb. 
P^eb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 

Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Ma . 
Mar. 
Mar. 


9, 1951 
10, 195t 


Monroe 


i;^, 195e 


Dade 


13, 195t 


Dade 


13, 19 "it 


Hernando 

Dade 


13, 195e 
13, 195t 


Brevard 

Dade 


14, 195t 
14, 19oC 


Dade 


14, 195t 


Duval 

Dade 


15, 195€ 
15, 195t 


Palm Beach 


16, 195e 


Dade 


16, 195fc 


Dade 


16, 195C 


Dade 


16, 19oC 


Dade 


20, 195C 


Hillsborough 

Dade 


20, 195t 

21, 915C 


Dade 


21, 195( 


Hillsborough 

Leon . 


21, 195e 
20, 195f 


Duval 


22, 195( 


Dade 


22, 1956 


Leon 


22, 195( 


Volusia 


23, 195( 


Dade 


23, 195( 


Volusia 

Charlotte 


23, 195( 

24, 195( 


Dade 


24, 195( 


Dade 


24, 195t 


Palm Beach 

Dade 


27, 195( 
27, 195( 


Martin 


27, 195t 


Orange 

Dade 


27, 195( 
27, 195f 


Orange 

Putnam 


27, 195( 
29, 195f 


Dade 


29, 195t 


Volusia 


29, 195( 


Volusia 

Dade 


29, 195( 
29, 195( 


Dade 


1, 195( 


Marion 


2. 195( 


Marion 


2, 195( 


Dade 


5, 195f 



246 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Burgel vs. Corlis and David 

Southeastern Box Corp. vs. Flexible 

Carbon Products, Hodac, and Yosko. 

Pliska vs. Hall 

Russell and Malcom vs. Stanley and 

Burroughs 

Ketchpaw vs. Alessandra, Ettari, and 

Gazzo 

Hardee vs. French and Goodman 

Leder vs. Ruffolo and Bennett 

Kasano vs. Cuervo 

Pounds vs. Whitley 

Cooper vs. McGaughey and Crosby 

Armstrong vs. Carney 

Shull vs. Haas Karr, Hofberger & 

Olins, Inc 

Bludworth vs. Moss, Edgemon, Center 

Corporation 

Doolan vs. Deck 

Petroleum Carrier Corp. of Tampa, Inc. 

vs. Keuhne 

Allison vs. Fredel 

Szabo vs. Pedersen 

Turchanyi vs. Pedersen 

Hooks, Dixon & Sanders vs. Barker 

Nelson vs. Clark, et al 

Sackas vs. Cooley 

Halin vs. Martel, Roseman 

Borden Company vs. Puskar 

Monroe vs. Puskar 

Russell & Malcolm vs. Stanley & 

Burroughs 

Fliska vs. Hall 

Southeastern Box Corp. vs. Hodac and 

Yosko 

Burgel vs. Corlis and Davis 

Sowder vs. White 

Wakulla Ice Co. vs. McGaughey and 

Crosby 

Armstrong vs. Carney 

Ketchpaw vs. Alessandra, Ettari, and 

Gazzo 

Harvee vs. French & Goodman 

Leder vs. Ruffolo & Bennett 

Kzsano vs. Cuervo 

Pounds vs. Whitley 

Shull vs. Haas, Karr, Hofberger, Olins, 

Inc 

Bludworth vs. Moss, Edgemon 

Doolan vs. Deck 

Petroleum Carrier Corp. of Tampa vs. 

Kruhne 

Allison vs. Fredel 

Szabo vs. Pedersen 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Dade. . . , 

Dade 

Dade..., 

Orange . 

Dade . . . , 
Dade . . . , 
Dade. . . , 
Dade. . . 
Dade. . . 
Wakulla 
Bay 

Dade... 

Dade... 
Levy . . . , 

Duval . . 
Volusia. 
Dade. . . 
Dade. . . 
Sarasota 
Martin . 
Broward 
Dade... 
Marion . 
Marion . 

Orange . 
Dade... 

Dade . . . 
Dade. . . 
Dade. . . 

Wakulla 
Bay.... 

Dade... 
Dade... 
Dade . . . 
Dade. . . 
Dade. . . 

Dade... 

Dade . . . 
Levy.. . 

Duval . . 
Volusia . 
Dade. . . 



Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 

Jar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 247 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 





County from 






Style of Case 


Which Received 


Date Received 


Turchanyi vs. Pedersen 


Dade 


Mar. 


9, 1956 


Hooks & Dixon, Sanders vs. Barker 


Sarasota 


Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 


12, 1956 


Nelson vs. Lanie, Clark, et al 


Martin 


12, 1956 


Sackas vs. Cooley 


Broward 


12, 1956 


Hughey vs. Berkowitz, Four Gems & 




Pearl 


Dade 


Mar. 


13, 1956 


Walker vs. Berkowitz, Four Gems, Inc., 




& Pearl 


Dade 


Mar. 


13, 1956 


Mandel vs. Merck & Co., Inc., and Dorn 








Martin Drug Co ... 


Dade 

Calhoun 


Mar. 
Mar. 


13, 1956 


Montford vs. McGowin 


13, 1956 


Flowers vs. Mericle 


Washington 


Mar. 


14, 1956 


Grimsley vs. Audrige 


Duval 


Mar. 


15, 1956 


Hamner vs. Mosier, Frame and Weakley 








& Son, Inc 


Duval 


Mar. 


14, 1956 


Eisenberg vs. Seefeldt 


Dade 


Mar. 


14, 1956 


Nussbaum vs. Douthit and Patnal 


Dade 


Mar. 


16, 1956 


Klein vs. Weissman 


Dade 


Mar. 


16, 1956 


Carter vs. Acme U-Drive-It Service, Inc. 








and Lindholm 


Dade 


Mar. 


16, 1956 


Sikes vs. Noland .... 


Dade 


Mar. 
Mar. 


19, 1956 


Taylor vs. Pitcock 


Levy 


19, 1956 


Goldberg vs. Harris and Atlanta Paper Co. 
Kirkland vs. Kazik 


Dade 


Mar. 


19, 1956 


Duval 


Mar. 
Mar. 


20, 1956 


Farris vs. Laris Motor Sales, Inc 


Duval 


21, 1956 




Dade 


Mar. 


21, 1956 


Chapman vs. McCoy 


Escambia 


Mar. 


21, 1956 


Shank vs. Tatarow, etc 


Hillsborough 


Mar. 


21, 1956 


Barnes vs. Lener 


Duval 


Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 


21, 1956 


Peebles vs. Lener 


Duval 


21, 1956 


David vs. Corlis 


Dade 


23, 1956 


Moessinger vs. Stokes-Shaheen, Inc 


Volusia 


Mar. 


24, 1956 


Wilson vs. Starrett 


St. Lucie 


Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Mar. 


26, 1956 


Gaal & Edinger vs. Scherer 


Dade 

Dade 


26, 1956 


Green vs. Lehr. 


26, 1956 


Sarasota Bank & Trust Co. vs. Palanque . . 


Sarasota 


26, 1956 


McNatt vs. Herr 


Duval 


Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 


26, 1956 


Reed vs. Barrineau 


Leon 


28, 1956 


Combs vs. Brown 


Dade 


29, 1956 


Brown vs. DiLandri . 


Dade 


29, 1956 


Clark vs. Schuler. 


Dade 


30, 1956 


Owen vs. Kirby and Wilbur 


Duval 


30, 1956 


Doolan vs. Deck 


Levy 


Mar. 
Mar. 
April 
April 
April 


30, 1956 




Dade 


30, 1956 


Steffan vs. Powers 


Dade 


2, 1956 


Cline vs. Klem's, Inc.. . . 


Broward 


2, 1956 


Orange State Oil Co. vs. Burroughs 


Dade 


2, 1956 


Silverman vs. Byrd Motor Lines, Inc 


Duval 


April 


6, 1956 


Franklin vs. Conner 


Palm Beach 


April 
April 


6, 1956 


Griffis vs. Williamson 


Hillsborough 


6, 1956 


Conselice vs. Acourt 


Duval 


April 
April 


6, 1956 


Barfield vs. Rigney 


Hernando 


6, 1956 


McRae vs. Smith ... 


Hillsborough 


April 
April 


6, 1956 




Putnam 


9, 1956 









248 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Reddick vs. Taylor and Thompson 

Russ vs. Henderson 

Snyder vs. Henderson 

Cunningham vs. Henderson 

Ellison vs. Gray 

Mann vs. Goodwin 

Aldrich vs. MacPetrie, Harrison, and 

Harrison 

Hoffman vs. Harrelson 

Cobb vs. Stinchcomb 

King vs. Young, Brown & Beverly, Inc. . . 
Jewett & Sherman Co. vs. Young, Brown 

& Beverly, Inc 

Motors Insurance Corp. vs. Duren 

Kelly vs. Rothrock 

O'Connor vs. Waite and Kalberer 

Dittrich vs. Perry 

Shull vs. Haas, Karr, Hofberger, Olins, 

Inc 

Kelly vs. Prigdon 

West Indies Fruit Co. vs. Honduras 

Shipping Co 

Johnson vs. Later and Cruz 

Armstrong vs. Great Southern Trucking 

Co. and King 

Mericle vs. Complete Auto Transit Co . . . 
McGlashan vs. Daitch Dry Goods Co. 

and Brunson 

Roberts vs. Lang 

Orsi vs. Gamble 

Jones vs. Dinner 

DeSarno vs. Schlesinger 

Moessinger vs. Stokes-Shaheen, Inc 

North vs. Brock & Blevins Company, Inc 

Petroleum Carrier Corp. vs. Creagan 

Murphy, et al. vs. Caston 

Wilbur vs. Ivirby 

Lund vs. MacCumber 

Ward vs. Supreme Truck Leasing, Inc., 

et al 

Ward vs. National Linen Service Corp., 

et al 

Wheaton vs. Hobby 

Porter vs. Sophie Schwartz and Hertz 

Stations, Inc 

Cole vs. Barnes, et al 

State Road Department vs. Garrett 

Marine Supply, Inc 

Futch vs. Kline Chevrolet Sales Corp .... 
RosonthaJ, et al. vs. Senior and La vie. . . . 

Sackas vs. Cooley 

Korth vs. Brown 

Guton vs. Schutz 

Cook vs. Evans 



County from 
Which Received 



Jefferson . . . . 

Duval 

Duval 

Duval 

Suwannee . . . 
Bay 

Volusia 

Dade 

Alachua . . . . 
Polk 

Polk 

Alachua . . . . 
Broward . . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Madison . . . . 

Dade 

Orange 

Orange 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Polk 

Dade 

Volusia 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 
Alachua .... 

Dade 

Dade 

St. Johns . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Duval 

Dade 

Sumter 



Date Received 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 
April 

April 
April 

April 
April 

April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 

April 

April 
April 



April 26 

April 25 

April 25 

April 27 

April 27 

April 27 

April 27 

April 27 

April 27 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 249 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Stj'le of Case 

State Road Department vs. Gulf State 
Marine & Mining Company 

Heyboer vs. Scliutz 

Hatem vs. Nourse 

Franz vs. Thornley & Bauer 

Hornaker vs. Klimechki 

Guarente vs. Jurgens 

Hovanesian vs. Schutz 

Buchan, et al. vs. Meixel, et al 

Chapman vs. Van Lear 

Rakestraw vs. Davis and Bj^ers 

State Road Department vs. Gulf State 
Marine & Mining Company 

Safety Cabs, Inc. vs. Austin Verity & 
Son, Inc 

Braxton vs. Reynolds 

Plawin, et al. vs. Lubin and Besner 

Heine vs. Hartman 

Simpson vs. ALirtin 

Picard vs. Brierly 

State Road Department vs. Norfolk 

Towing Corp 

Kalstein vs. Terr 

Dallas vs. Burbach 

Wiggins, Admr. vs. Gillian and Herrin . . . , 

Crawford vs. Smith 

Roscia vs. Cohen 

Pendleton vs. Landry 

Johnson vs. Okefenoke Rural Electric 
Membership Corporation 

Lanning vs. Martone and Ham 

Loper vs. Presoott and Hertz Stations, Inc 

Holly vs. Production Facilities Co 

Chandler vs. Deaton Truck Lines, Inc. 
and Hunter 

Bryant vs. Pierce 

Spando vs. Meltzer 

Levine vs. Pondfield 

Cohen vs. Wallace and Racklej- 

English vs. Glowski, et al 

Feit vs. Shirley 

Warwick vs. Lopez and Fiorentini 

American Salvage Co., Inc. (alleged 

bankrupt) 

Security Mills of Tampa, Inc. vs. Parsons . 

Alexander vs. Topf 

State Road Dept. vs. Coastal Towing Co. . 

State Road Dept. vs. Sabine Trans- 
portation Co 

State Road Dept. vs. Sabine Trans- 
portation Co 

gclafani vs. Hernandez and Head 

oUej- vs. Cronmiller 

erry vs. Hathaway 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Bay 

Dade 

Orange 

Palm Beach 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Orange 

Dade 

Bay 

Duval 

U.S. District Court 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward 

Duval 

Dade 

Leon 

Duval 

St. Johns 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Pinellas 

Broward 

Dade 

St. Lucie 

Dade 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Pinellas 

St. Johns 

Bay 

Bay 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Escambia 



April 
April 
April 
May 
May 
May 
Alay 
May 
May 
May 



May 
May 
May 
May 
Maj^ 
May 



27, 1956 

30, 1956 

30, 1956 

2, 1956 

2, 1956 

2, 1956 

3, 1956 

4, 1956 

3, 1956 

4, 1956 



May 4, 1956 



4, 1956 
4, 1956 
4, 1956 
7, 1956 
7, 1956 
7, 1956 



May 


8 


1956 


May 


8, 


1956 


May 


8, 


1956 


May 


8, 


1956 


May 


9, 


1956 


May 


9, 


1956 


May 


9, 


1956 


May 


9, 


1956 


May 


9, 


1956 


May 


9, 


1956 


May 


9, 


1956 


May 


10, 


1956 


May 


10, 


1956 


May 


11, 


1956 


May 


14, 


1956 


May 


14, 


1956 


Mav 


16, 


1956 


May 


16, 


1956 


May 


16, 


1956 


Mav 


16, 


1956 


May 


16, 


1956 


Maj- 


16, 


1956 


May 


16, 


1956 


May 


16, 


1956 


Mav 


16, 


1956 


May 


16, 


1956 


May 


18, 


1956 


May 


18, 


1956 



250 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Wolper vs. Ernst 

Rawlson & Co. vs. Slekt Shoe Corp 

Cecil vs. Pittman 

Stangvik vs. Donnini 

Samole vs. Eicoff 

Jarman vs. United States Tobacco Co. 

and Bradley 

Bevis vs. Andrew and Howland 

Russ vs. Longshore 

Lyle & Chambers vs. Dinner, et al 

Clayton vs. Cornelius 

Brown vs. Sherwood 

Mid-Town Auto Rentals vs. Blanchard . . . 

Pitts vs. Porter 

Kaplan vs. Smith, Kline & French 

Laboratories 

Fisch vs. Dubin 

Dunn vs. Royal Fish Co., Inc 

Roberts vs. Lang and Leathers 

Clawson vs. Skinner & Hamilton Glass Co. 
Nortstrom vs. Anderson and Callahan .... 
Foster vs. Stapleton and Myers Brothers, 

Inc 

Davenport vs. Lowe 

Reiss vs. Verrett, et al 

Guest vs. Terry, et al 

Ponsell vs. Grubalski 

Robbins vs. Strong, Rosenthal 

Wilkerson vs. Miller 

Krask vs. Anton & Ethier, Magyari 

Wright vs. Baker 

Eraser vs. Taylor 

Gomez vs. Pena 

Reichig vs. Lobraico and Gammieri 

American Paper Linen Co. vs. Dabbos .... 
Dorfman vs. United Van Lines and West 

Coast Storage, etc 

Slutsky vs. Miami Beach Railway Co. 

and Barker 

Goldstein vs. Grootenhaar 

Souza vs. Adkins 

Woodside vs. Miller 

Sanders vs. Miller 

Wichner vs. Poje & Lea 

Barnes vs. Lener 

Tatcher vs. Pezzella 

Clawson vs. Skinner & Hamilton Glass Co. 

Eager vs. Bruno 

Hinton vs. Baxley 

Brown vs. Lopate, Fishman 

Couture Motor Corporation vs. Mack 

Chism vs. Meter Service Corporation 

Rifkin vs. Dobris 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 
Dade 

Dade 

St. Lucie. . . . 

Dade 

Polk 

Duval 

Polk 

Dade 

Dade 

Leon 

Dade 

Jefferson 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough 

Liberty 

Monroe 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Okaloosa .... 
Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Orange 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua .... 
Dade 



May 

Mav 
May 
Mav 
May 

May 
May 
May 
Mav 
Mav 
May 
Mav 
May 

May 
Mav 

May 
May 

May 
May 

May 
May 
May 
Mav 
May 
Maj- 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 251 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Brown vs. West Side Auto Parts and 
Maddox 

Tisdelle vs. Wollensak 

Turner vs. Nolan and Wilson 

Mazza vs. Dupree 

Daniels vs. Lovett and Wingate 

Winn vs. Leibold 

Hale vs. Coreso 

Koerner vs. Boley 

Schoenthaler vs. Conway 

Ferrigno vs. Harper 

Balam Welcoms vs. Belford Trucking Co 

Skyways Airlines vs. Wassenberg 

Leadley vs. Automobile Owners Safety 
Insurance 

Ruddy vs. Transportation Insurance Co. 

Mrofcza vs. Lukitsch 

David vs. Corlis 

Green vs. Mandel 

Babischkin vs. Mandel 

Gross vs. Davis 

Kunis vs. Fisher 

Fishman vs. Kline 

Bystock vs. Kline 

Tobin vs. Continental Fruit Company. . 

Libman vs. Benjamin 

Ritchie vs. Lind 

Nelson vs. Presbitero 

Townsend vs. Fisher 

Sellhorn vs. Fisher 

Turner vs. Nolan 

Turner vs. Nolan 

Kolodziej vs. Bortman 

Pavalow vs. Bortman 

Lorenz vs. Robbitt 

Rosenthal vs. Strong 

Whiddon vs. Ozier 

Gold vs. Lee 

Seymour vs. Blair 

Robbins vs. Strong and Rosenthal 

Chezanowski vs. Street 

Ward vs. Rosenbaum 

Grant vs. Prince 

Mill Supplies, Inc. vs. Willis 

HoUey vs. Cronmiller 

Booth vs. Weber 

Moore vs. Honcie 

Telford vs. Kuhn 

Crews vs. Burke 

Mims vs. Gilbert 

Fitzgerald vs. Curry 

Gill vs. Payne 

Plavnick vs. Beimiller 

Andariese vs. Westcott 



County from 
Which Received 


Date Received 


Duval 


June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 

June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 
June 


13, 1956 


Duval 


13, 1956 


Dade 


13, 1956 


Duval 


13, 1956 


Alachua 


14, 1956 


Dade 


14, 1956 


Manatee 


14, 1956 


Dade 


14, 1956 


Levy 


15, 1956 


Dade 


15, 1956 


Dade 


15, 1956 


Dade 


15, 1956 


Hillsborough 


16, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Dade 


18, 1956 


Palm Beach 


20, 1956 


Dade 


20, 1956 


Hillsborough 

Dade 


20, 1956 

21, 1956 


Hillsborough 

Hillsborough 


21, 1956 
21, 1956 


Dade 


21, 1956 


Dade 


21, 1956 


Dade 


21 1956 


Dade 


21, 1956 


Dade 


21, 1956 


Dade 


22, 1956 


Seminole 

Palm Beach 

Dade 


23, 1956 
23, 1956 
25 1956 


Dade 


25 1956 


Palm Beach 


27 1956 


Palm Beach 


27 1956 


Hillsborough 


27 1956 


Orange 


27, 1956 


Hillsborough 


27, 1956 


Escambia 


27, 1956 


Broward 


27, 1956 


Palm Beach 


27 1956 


Duval 


27 1956 


Duval 


27 1956 


St. Lucie 


28 1956 


Escambia 


28 1956 


Dade 


29 195C 


Broward 


29 195C 







252 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHIGLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Arentsen vs. Fairway King, Inc. and 

Clark 

Eiseuhart vs. Pic N'Save Drug Co. and 

Crusader Enterprises 

Egan vs. Harris & Crane 

Clark vs. Schuler 

Tremont vs. Robertson & Daw 

Bell vs. Robertson & Daw 

Duval vs. Watson 

Phillips vs. King 

McGrath vs. Eline 

Hill York Acceptance Co. vs. Smith 

Griffis vs. LeBland 

Carter vs. Piesak 

Smith vs. Baggett & Guyer 

Phillips vs. Nahum 

Peedluby vs. Addo & Abdella 

Rochester Savings Bank vs. Leeper, 

Union Finance Co., etc 

Tanner vs. Keiser 

Friedman vs. Hoffman 

Berk vs. Joselefsky 

Gosnell vs. Olivari 

New vs. Glockman 

Sjogren vs. Gard 

Mitchell vs. Wisenbaker 

Calver vs. Vitavend Corporation 

Deauville Enterprises, Inc. vs. Cohen, 

Gross, etc 

Fitzmaurice vs. Sukenik & Merritt 

Barringer vs. Woods 

Dukes vs. Woods 

Whitehurst vs. Bradley 

Harrell vs. Pachall & Payne 

American Surety Co. of New York vs. 

Williams, Levine, etc 

Avirett vs. Luke 

Moore vs. Cole 

Dodge vs. Hoffman 

Reiter vs. Sell and Penn Dixie Lines, Inc 

Szeles vs. Belz 

Owens vs. Grantham and Central Truck 

Lines 

Kew vs. Course 

Quinan vs. Matthew Bender & Company 

.■Vdams vs. Kanitzky 

Dodge vs. Hoffman 

Cheshire vs. Butterfield 

Payne vs. Johnson & Ellis 

Meek vs. Durvin 

Lee vs. Corwin 

Clark vs. McDonald and Mann 

Williamson vs. Eddins 

Boettner vs. Wulfing 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Osceola 

Pinellas 

Dade 

Highlands . . 
Broward .... 

Volusia 

Indian River 
Dade 

Polk 

Putnam .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Orange 

Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Broward .... 

Duval 

Duval ...... 

Duval 

Santa Rosa . 

Dade 

Leon 

Santa Rosa . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Polk 

Hillsborough 

Dade 

Dade 

Marion 

Duval 

Bay 

Duval 

Volusia 

Escambia . . . 
Dade 



July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
Julv 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 253 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



DeMiUio vs. Jones & Wilson 

Smith vs. Canant and Eagle Motor 

Lines, Inc 

Lauber vs. Smith 

Pavlavich vs. Malfeo 

Giovanniello vs. Bowens 

David vs. Corlis 

Sneed vs. Daligian : 

Moye vs. Daw 

Duke vs. Labrado 

Brigham vs. W'illis Freight Lines 

Miller vs. Brown 

Lependorf vs. Monica 

Patrick vs. Hurlock 

Markey vs. Johnson and Miami Beach 
R.R: Co 

Rathgeb vs. Yohay 

Catanzaro vs. LeFay 

Walston vs. State Pontiac Co 

Guerry vs. State Pontiac Co 

Lunsford vs. Alexander 

Plawin vs. Lubin and Besner 

Bell vs. Ryder Truck Rentals System, Inc 

Gerhardt vs. Smith 

Coe vs. Wendt 

Klotz vs. Bailej'^ 

Eisenstein vs. Beneduce, Cason and Lee. . 

Miller vs. Beneduce, Cason and Lee 

Greenl)latt vs. D'Angelo 

Selznick vs. D'Angelo 

Dorland vs. W. B. Saunders Company. . . . 

Kinzer vs. Casperson 

Brenchak vs. Commonwealth Trust Co. 

of Pittsburgh, etc 

Hunter vs. Potkin 

Schooler vs. Murray 

Horn vs. Brewer 

Hall vs. Mississippi Tank Company 

Bess vs. Jones 

Kiinger vs. Clyde and Miller 

Webb vs. Dillon 

Morris vs. Railey Milam, Inc. and 

R. D. Werner, Inc 

Bonacorsi vs. Railey Milam, Inc. and 

R. D. Werner, Inc 

Martin vs. Reynolds 

Woodall vs. O'Dell 

Cowart vs. Swett and Gendron 

Cowart vs. Gillis 

Little vs. Warner 

Wright vs. Palmer 

Zasada vs. Murray Carpenter and Com- 
munity Broadcasting Service 

Sanders vs. Miller 



Volusia . 



Duval 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Palm Beach . 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Escambia. . . . 

Duval 

Gadsden 

Flagler 

Dade 

Hillsborough . 

Dade 

Duval 

Hillsborough . 
Palm Beach. . 
Palm Beach. . 

Bay 

Dade 

Jackson 

Dade 

Orange 

Dade 

Marion 

Marion 

Dade 

Dade 

Hillsborough . 
Hardee 



Duval . . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia. 
Escambia. 
Holmes. . . 

Dade 

Dade 



Dade. 



Dade 

Broward. . . . 
Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 



July 30, 1956 



Hillsborough , 
Palm Beach. 



July 


30 


1956 


July 


27 


1956 


July 


30 


1956 


Julv 


30 


1956 


Julv 


30 


1956 


July 


31 


1956 


July 


31 


1956 


July 


31 


1956 


Aug. 


1 


1956 


Aug. 


1 


1956 


Aug. 


2 


1956 


Aug. 


2 


1956 


Aug. 


2 


1956 


Aug. 


3 


1956 


Aug. 


3, 


1956 


Aug. 


3, 


1956 


Aug. 


3, 


1956 


Aug. 


3, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


6, 


1956 


Aug. 


7, 


1956 


Aug. 


8, 


1956 


Aug. 


8, 


1956 


Aug. 


o> 


1956 


Aug. 


8, 


1956 


Aug. 


8, 


1956 


Aug. 


8, 


1956 


Aug. 


8, 


1956 


Aug. 


9, 


1956 


Aug. 


9, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


10, 


1956 


Aug. 


13, 


1956 



254 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Woodside vs. Miller 

Duffie vs. Pace 

Whiddon vs. Ozier 

Corby vs. Gale 

Denico vs. Ewing 

Real estate Sales, Inc. vs. Wolfe 

Herrington vs. Randall, Vernon Insurance 

Co 

Greeley vs. Holthaus 

Finn vs. Silverman 

Tallen vs. Nu-Car Carriers, Inc 

Brauer vs. Clemmons 

Oswald vs. Clemmons 

Shelby vs. Crisco and Bain 

Trojanoski vs. Watts 

Daniels vs. Wingate 

Moore vs. King 

Robinson vs. Lockhart 

Bernstein vs. Bache & Co 

Henry vs. Clarke 

Rolnick vs. Heins 

Simmons vs. Joyce 

Ward vs. Shellhamer & Oliver 

Crissman vs. Sweeney 

Schauder vs. Bennett . 

Bowling vs. Everlast Sign Company 

Vanderzyppe vs. Chaplin 

Newell vs. Kendrick 

Lowe vs. Accardi 

Rinker Materials Corp. vs. Nicholas, 

Anthony & Cappello 

West vs. Miami Transit Company 

Quattroschiocchi vs. McCullaugh & 

Brownley 

Scioli vs. McCullaugh and Brownley 

Hendry Corporation vs. MacDonald, 

Waterbury, Quade 

Clawson vs. Skinner and Hamilton 

Glass Company 

Egan vs. Aylaian, Dichter & Doherty. . . . 
Miami Beach Railway Company vs. 

Gasparini 

Jones vs. Gray and Fortner 

Johnson vs. Ashley 

Brush vs. Ashley 

Weems vs. Artale 

Pitts vs. Porter 

King vs. Pittman 

Mitchell vs. Pittman 

Byrd vs. Lane and North American Van 

Lines, Inc 

Ceasor vs. Dismuke and Jordan 

Schoenberg vs. Boracas 

Schlusemeyer vs. Bonn 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Seminole . . . 

Dade 

Hillsborough 
Broward .... 

Palm Beach. 

Dade 

Dade 

Brevard .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 

Flagler 

Alachua . . . . 

Duval 

Broward . . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Sarasota. . . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Nassau 

Leon 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 
Escambia. . . 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 255 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Ewell Engineering & Construction Co. vs. 

Wilder 

Star Seafood Co. vs. The Saskatchewan 

Government Insurance Office, etc 

Cook vs. Amundsen 

Thew vs. Dodge Bros. Corp., Spitzer 

Motors of Miami and Rennolds 

Bauman vs. Smith and City of Miami Beach 

Mow, vs. Merrill & Brunetti, etc 

Ritchie vs. Lind 

Iving vs. Young 

Jewett & Sherman Co. vs. Young 

Rogers vs. Schulte, Wentzel & Snitker. . . . 

Copeland vs. Thomas 

Maj^e vs. Colby 

Finn vs. IMarstellar and Humphries 

Griffin vs. Rent-A-Car Service of Florida 

and Hedeman 

Johnston vs. Ashley 

Padgett vs. Linton 

Daughtrey vs. McElvoj-^ 

Stanford vs. Crisco and Bain 

Weinberg vs. Fjeldheim 

Babischkin vs. Mandel 

Green vs. Mandel 

Carvin vs. Phillips 

Blankenship vs. Crisco and Bain 

Rogers vs. Schulte 

Duval vs. Watson 

Thornton vs. Neal 

Ellerbee vs. Spanier 

Duffield vs. Lewis 

Fort vs. Wilhite 

Harris vs. Venetian Sedan Service, Inc. . . . 

Bellamy vs. Griffin 

Cooper vs. Griffin 

Johnson vs. Ashley 

Brush vs. Ashley 

Carpenter vs. Wilhite 

Feibes vs. North American Van Lines, Inc. 

Levinson vs. Gottliev 

Schwenn vs. Rabe 

Standard Oil Co. vs. Rabe 

Stark vs. Garrard 

Bullock vs. Turlington 

Howard vs. Clark 

Ashley vs. Old York Distributors, Inc 

Mutual Benefit Life Ins. vs. Bossons, 

et al 

Fanning vs. Kose 

Bowie vs. Kenyon and Law 

Strickland vs. Hook 

Pavalow vs. Bortman 

Riby vs. Odom 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Polk 

Hillsborough 
Broward .... 

Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach . 
Hillsborough 

Polk 

Polk 

Orange 

Duval 

Manatee .... 
Flagler 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Escambia. . . 

Flagler 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 

Orange 

Brevard. . . . 
Brevard. . . . 
Hillsborough 

Volusia 

Marion 

Dade 

Leon 

Leon 

Dade 

Dade 

Alachua .... 
Manatee . . . 

Dade 

Indian River 
Indian River 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Indian River 

Pinellas 

Brevard .... 
Brevard .... 

Lake 

Dade 

Escambia. . . 



Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



256 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 



County from 
Which Received 



Date Received 



Regby vs. Odom 

Manger vs. Sparks 

Joyce vs. Steinway Press, Inc 

Smith vs. Canant 

Downing vs. Dasher Bottled Gas Co ... . 

Markey vs. Johnson 

Player vs. B. A. Bishop Funeral Home . . 

Bonnier vs. Lundie 

Cremonese vs. Weiskopf & Cremonese . . 

Rubin vs. LaMoria 

Smelley vs. Englesby 

Lamb vs. Moore and Davis 

Huber vs. Rye 

Plummer vs. Williams 

Freeman vs. Thompson 

Bellotto vs. Larson & Burt 

Olive vs. Superior Distributing Corp. . . . 

Priest and Berger vs. Hogan 

Ellis vs. Dutton and Buff kin 

Lundgren vs. Mackey 

Live Oak, Perry & (Julf R.R. Co. vs. 

Refrigerated Transport Company and 

Williams 

Selznick vs. Sunset Auto Rental, Inc., 

and D'Angelo 

Kolodziej vs. Bortman 

Carter vs. Dibble and Piatt 

Live Oak, Perry & Gulf R.R. Co. vs. 

Refrigerated Transport Co 

Zucker vs. Lacey 

Dixon vs. Boggs 

Mills Supplies, Inc. vs. T. F. Willis 

Zucker vs. Lacey 

Geohagan vs. Vayana 

Labella and Lanning vs. Marton, etc 

Sanders vs. Miller 

Woodside vs. Miller 

Freshman vs. Yellow Cab Co. of 

Palm Beach Co., Inc 

Whitehurst vs. Bradley 

Green vs. Foor 

Loften vs. Koster 

Hartlaub vs. Norman 

Krassin & Ladimer vs. Kahn & Rogers . . . 

Grigg vs. Gibbs 

Osteen vs. Deichmann 

Clark vs. Checker Rent-a-Car, Inc., and 

Dollars 

Stanco vs. Calderon and Feldman 

Moore vs. Freytag 

Hernandez vs. Kiker 

Terdik vs. All Points Vans, Inc 

Julian vs. Meyer 

Rakis vs. Fein berg 



Escambia. . . 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Hamilton . . . 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Dade 

Dade 

Duval 

Duval 

Dade 

Pinellas 

Broward 

Leon 

Hillsborough . 

Broward 

Brevard 

Hillsborough . 



Suwannee . 



Dade. 
Dade. 
Dade. 



Suwannee . . . 

Dade 

Duval 

Orange 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 

Palm Beach. 
Palm Beach. 



Palm Beach. , 

Duval 

Hillsborough . 

Levy 

Dade 

Dade 

Okaloosa. . . . 
Orange 



Dade 

Dade 

Palm Beach 

Duval 

Dade 

Duval 

Dade 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 257 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 





County from 








Style of Case 


Which Received 


Date Received 


Pavlavich vs. Malfeo 


Dade 


Oct. 


3 


1956 


Stangvik vs. Donnini and Graeff 


Palm Beach 


Oct. 


4 


1956 


Davidson vs. Lemkowskv 


Dade 


Oct. 


5 


1956 


Steel vs. Funke 


Palm Beach 


Oct. 


5 


1956 


Jones vs. Grav 


Alachua 


Oct. 


o 


1956 


Hudgins vs. Simmons, Richev and 










Stewart 


Polk 


Oct. 


(3 


1956 


Roscia vs. Cohen 


Dade 


Oct. 


9 


1956 


Cowart vs. Gillis 


Dade 


Oct. 


9 


1956 


King vs. Blair, Swallow and Kauffman .... 
Baker & Thomas vs. Gin vines and Pratt.. . 


Palm Beach 


Oct. 
Oct. 


9 
10 


1956 


Duval 


1956 


Alfonso & Isada vs. Small, McKune 










d/b/a Advance Adjustment Co 


Hillsborough 


Oct. 


11 


1956 


Washington vs. Match Corporation of 




America 


Indian River 

Dade 


Oct. 
Oct. 


12 
12 


1956 


Cochran vs. Kerr and Chism 


1956 


Ebner vs. Diederichsen and Thien 


Dade 


Oct. 


12 


1956 


O'Keefe vs. McCormick, Tate and 






Geig.y Chemical Corp 

Clapp vs. Winikoff and Marin 


Dade 


Oct. 
Oct. 


12 
12 


1956 


Bradford 


1956 


Wynn vs. Lindberg and Folk 

Tower vs. Friedman, Claman, and 


Dade 


Oct. 


12 


1956 






Weinberger 


Dade 


Oct. 


15 


1956 


Robb vs. Gold . . 


Dade 


Oct. 


15 


1956 


BradleA' vs. Alterman Transport Line., 






Inc., and Lucas 


Duval 


Oct. 


15 


1956 


Rogow vs. Phillips & Spencer Concrete 










Products, Inc 


Dade 


Oct. 


10 


1956 


Falk vs. Stezzi 


Dade 


Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 


15 
15 
15 
15 


1956 


Bleeker vs. Simon 


Dade 


1956 


Zucker vs. Simon. . . .... . . 


Dade 


1956 




Palm Beach 


1956 


McPike vs. Riddle and Smith 


Palm Beach 


Oct. 


15 


1956 


Graves vs. Stafford 


Hillsborough 


Oct. 


16 


1956 


Tremont vs. Robert.son and Daw 


Dade 


Oct. 


16 


1956 


Bell vs. Robertson and Daw 


Dade 


Oct. 


16 


1956 


West vs. Luck and Cardin 


Duval 


Oct. 


16 


1956 


Ellis vs. Luck and Cardin 


Duval 


Oct. 


16 


1956 


Alger vs. Luck and Cardin 


Duval 

Duval 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16 
16 


1956 


Cruz vs. Luck and Cardin 


1956 


Koteny vs. Luck and Cardin 


Duval 


Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 


16 
16 
17 


1956 


Young vs. Luck and Cardin 

Dansbv vs. Walt 


Duval 


1956 


Bay 


1956 




Volusia 


Oct. 


18 


1956 


Clifton vs. Cavanagh 


Hillsborough 


Oct. 


18 


1956 


.\dams vs. Farmer 


Okaloosa 


Oct. 


IS 


1956 


Thornton vs. Neal 


Broward 


Oct. 


IS 


1956 


DeVeer vs. Homanyi 


Leon 


Oct. 


18 


1956 


Thornton vs. Homanyi 


Leon 


Oct. 


18 


1956 


Kulick vs. Grover Cleveland Senters 


Duval 


Oct. 


19 


1956 


Gill vs. Payne and Dursthoff 


Escambia 


Oct. 


19 


1956 


Mawson vs. Lauhoff and Tibbitts 


Broward 


Oct. 


20 


1956 


Cohen vs. Rogerson 


Sarasota 


Oct. 


22 


1956 


Raedler vs. Widner and Ruffolo 


Dade 


Oct. 


22 


1956 



258 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHIGLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Alonso vs. Suffis and Manell 

Graves vs. Stafford 

Stamos vs. Couture National Car Rental 

System and Herbert 

Kauff man vs. Cohen 

Fishman vs. Jobes 

Spires vs. Reed and Wilson 

Bevis vs. Howland 

Levin vs. Hendricks and Bonaiuto 

Dickson vs. Mills and Radurn 

Johnson vs. Couch, Loria and Lazzara . . . 

Molusky vs. Carlton 

Wilson vs. Jacobs & Livengood 

Shellman vs. Lane 

Moore and Moore vs. Jefferies 

Hubbard vs. Lees 

Florida Frozen Food Processors, Inc. vs. 

Sebro, Inc 

Poschner vs. Biscayne Kennel Club and 

Percy Turnstile Company 

Wolfe vs. Gorman, Cost, Bunn, Pace, 

Lewis, Wells, and Hedlund 

Stout vs. Barnes, Kelley and Hertz 

U-Drive Co 

A.T.P., Inc. vs. Hall 

Harrison vs. Elliott 

Hall vs. Rinehart 

Ward vs. Evans 

Slamowitz vs. Eickbush and Nims 

Sotolongo vs. Harper and Lyon 

Moseley vs. Player 

Smith vs. Dornbrook 

Balogh vs. Jewelers Mutual Insurance Co 

Smith vs. Townsend 

Chapman vs. Katen, Heins and Heins. . . . 
Sequoia Redwood Poducts Co. vs. 

Zweidwig 

Causey vs. Kesler 

Strickland vs. Hook, Gates, Whiteside, 

etc 

Alderson vs. Winyah High School of 

Georgetown, S.C 

Barker vs. Marine Boat Transport Co., 

Inc 

Toukatley vs. Morrison 

Thomson vs. Williams and Harry 

Heimy vs. Merritt 

Green vs. Foor 

Addressograph-Multigraph Corp. vs 

Schenk 

Chalker and Maillie vs. Tingle 

Browder vs. Burnham 

Bryant vs. Goodman 

Sherron vs. Atlantic Coverall, Inc 



County from 
Which Received 


tufa. 

Date Received 


Dade . . 


Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 


22, 195e 


Hillsborough 

Dade 


22, 195e 
22, 1956 


Dade 


22, 195f 


Dade 


24, 1956 


Dade 


24, 195( 


Indian River 

Dade 


25, 195( 
25, 195f 


Bav 


25, 195( 


Polk 


25, 195( 


Dade 


25, 195( 


Sarasota 


26, 195( 


Duval 


26, 195( 


Duval 


26, 195( 


Orange 


29, 195( 


Dade 


29, 195( 


Dade 


30, 195( 


Dade 


29, 195( 


Dade 


29, 195e 


Dade 


29, 195( 


Dade 


29, 195( 


Duval 


29, 195( 


Marion 


1, 195( 


Dade 


2, 195e 


St. Johns 


2, 195f 


Duval 


2, 195( 


Palm Beach 


3, 195( 


Dade 


5, 195f 


Dade 


5, 195( 


Orange 


5, 195( 


Orange 


5, 195( 


Palm Beach 


5, 195( 


Lake 


5, 195( 


Dade 


8, 195( 


Leon 


8, 195( 


Volusia 


13, 195f 


Dade 


13, 195( 


Dade . . . . 


13, 195( 


Hillsborough 


13, 195( 


Dade 


14, 195f 


Volusia 


14, 195( 


Hillsborough 


14, 195( 


Dade 


16, 195e 


Dade 


16, 195( 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 259 

CASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Dixon vs. Hopkins, etc 

Marshall vs. Kehl, etc 

Stanco vs. Calderon and Feldman 

Shields vs. North American Van Lines . . . . 

Noel vs. Fleischer 

Athas vs. C.L.S., Inc 

City Products Corp. vs. Auto Transp. Inc 

Jimenez vs. Garcia and Crenshaw 

Whitehead vs. Voss 

Peterson vs. Anderson and Nelson 

Tatt vs. Kauffman 

Boylan vs. Gonzalez 

Sherron vs. Atlantic Coverall, Inc., etc. . . . 

Slamowitz vs. Eickbush and IS^ims 

Bland vs. Rolwing 

Carnell vs. Gray 

Reich vs. Novick 

Haws vs. Hare 

Fewox vs. Gulf Oil Co., Lee, and McGivney 

Hendley vs. Tupper 

Stout vs. Barnes, Kelly, Hertz U-Drive 
Co., etc 

Permenter vs. Murphy 

Parrish vs. Arch Creek Lumber Co., etc. . . 

Lyles vs. Taylor 

Ingram vs. Deneal 

Freer vs. Casey 

Capo vs. Flores 

Davis vs. Hunter 

Rolfs vs. Bishop and Isabel 

Braunstein vs. Donato 

Still vs. Thompson and Thompson 

Peacon vs. Thomas and Malsack 

Watson vs. Rinehart 

King vs. Street 

Birdsley vs. Curtis, etc 

Topp, d/b/a Southeast Engineering Ser- 
vice vs. Pelham Electric Manufacturing 
Corp 

Lane vs. Paris 

Meyers vs. Therialut 

McColley vs. Mahoney 

National Surety Corp. vs. Murray Tank 
& Pipelines Service, Inc 

Mathias vs. Lykes Brothers, Inc., of 
Georgia 

Goldenberg vs. Yohay 

Lyons Fertilizer Co. vs. MacDonald 

& Derieux 

Tronto vs. Urban 

McNeil and United China and Glass Co. 
vs. Miller 

Knof vs. Foster 

O'Counell vs. Carpenter 



County from 
Which Received 


Date Received 


Dade 


Nov. 
Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
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. 


16 IQ-'^f 


Dade 


17 
19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
21 
21 
21 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
24 
27 
27 
26 

26 
26 
28 
28 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
29 
30 
30 
30 
3 

3 
3 
3 


1956 


Dade 


1956 


Bay 


195e 


Dade 


1956 


Dade 


1956 


Dade 


1956 


Dade 


1956 


Escambia 

Taylor 


1956 
1956 


Palm Beach 

Dade 


1956 
1956 


Dade 


1956 


Dade 


1956 


Broward 

Volusia 

Palm Beach 

Duval 


1956 
1956 
1956 
1956 


Duval 

Duval 


1956 
1956 


Dade 


1956 


Duval 


1956 


Dade 


1956 


Clay 


1956 


Hillsborough 

Duval 


1956 
1956 


Dade 


1956 


Brevard 

Bay 


1956 
1956 


Dade 


1956 


Escambia 

Dade 


1956 
1956 


Duval 

Duval 

Sarasota 

Duval 

Hillsborough 

Dade 


1956 
1956 
1956 

1956 
1956 
19.56 


Palm Beach 

Dade 


3, 1956 
3, 1956 


Dade 


5, 1956 


Dade 


5, 1956 


Hillsborough 

Dade 


6, 1956 
6, 1956 


Pinellas 

Broward 

Sarasota 


7, 1956 

7, 1956 

10, 1956 



260 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

GASES AGAINST NON-RESIDENT MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS 



Style of Case 

Walling vs. Sims _ 

Gray vs. Sunnyland Packing Co 

Salant vs. Dudley ._ 

Herlihy vs. Valentine, Ross, and Kostecki 

Herlihy vs. Ross and Kostecki 

Paul vs. Woods and Morrow 

Gamble vs. Munsey 

MacLeod vs. Carson 

Benach vs. Kleidman 

O'Neal vs. Todd 

Amos vs. Gandy and Gandy Produce Co . 

Erdos vs. Booker 

Fletcher vs. Swift Van & Storage Co 

Gladwin Corp. vs. Weiss and Klapper 

Shields vs. North American Van Lines . . . 

Budarin vs. Dunagan 

Gerber vs. Friedman and Famous 

Restaurant, Inc 

Hall vs. Hinson 

Pollack vs. Fleisig, Neuman, Smith & 

Pollack 

Tracey vs. Olin's, Inc., and Sarra & 

Schanck 

Jeffries vs. Moore 

Wind vs. Parsons and Trope 

Brown vs. Bennett 

Lanf ord vs. Whatley and Greenblat 

Lebensfeld vs. The Hertz Corp. and 

Dolinsky 

Blum vs. The Hertz Corp. and Dolinsky . 

Crenshaw vs. Garcia 

Roome vs. Gold & Couture National 

Rental System 

Fogas vs. Gold & Couture National Car 

Rental System 

Joiner vs. Poulsen 

Stoppelbein vs. Dulong 

Gillespie vs. Burke 

Williams vs. Gerber 

Potter vs. Madden & Kenton Metal 

Co., Inc 

Hubler vs. Foster 

Smith vs. Byers & Rakestraw 

Tallent vs. Nu-Car Carriers, Inc 

Carver vs. Phoenix Oil Company 

Montague vs. Curley 

Cason vs. Montgomery 



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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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REQUISITIONS 

During the years 1955 and 1956 the State of Florida made Requisitions on other States, 
the District of Columbia, the United States Navy, for fugitives from justice, as follows: 



Alabama 25 

Arizona 3 

California 20 

Colorado 2 

Delaware 1 

District of Columbia 3 

Georgia 42 

Illinois 11 

Indiana 3 

Iowa 2 

Kansas 1 

Kentucky 8 

Louisiana 9 

Maryland 4 

Massachusetts 7 

Michigan 14 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 1 



Mi-ssouri 7 

Nebraska 1 

Nevada 3 

New Hampshire 1 

New Jersej' 16 

New York 16 

North Carolina 12 

North Dakota 2 

Ohio 22 

Pennsylvania 15 

South Carolina 10 

Tennessee 10 

Texas 9 

U.S. Navy 1 

Utah 1 

\'irginia 6 

West Virginia 4 



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of Florida for fugitives from justice, as follows: 



.\labama 39 

xlrkausas 4 

Arizona 3 

California 42 

Colorado 2 

Connecticut 3 

Georgia 103 

Illinois 27 

Indiana 12 

Iowa 2 

Kansas 2 

Kentucky 9 

Louisiana 2 

Maine 1 

Maryland 7 

Massachusetts 11 

Michigan 31 

Minnesota 1 

Mississippi 4 



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Porto Rico 

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DEATH WARRANTS— 1955-1956 



Abraham Beard Electrocuted November 8, 1954 

Leroj' Williams Electrocuted November 8, 1954 

Walter Irvin Death Warrant cancelled and revoked November 1, 1954 

Charlie Copeland, Jr Death Warrant cancelled and revoked Februarj' 4, 1955 

revoked April 22, 1955. Electrocuted April 28, 1956 

John H. McVeigh Electrocuted April 18, 1955 

Louis Gillard Death Warrant revoked July 23, 1955. Electrocuted August 29, 1955 

Samuel J. Hornbeck Death W^arrant revoked July 23, 1955 

Execution suspended November 1, 1955. Electrocuted December 12, 1955 

Chester Foster Dyer Electrocuted October 31, 1955 

Herman Barwicks, alias Johnny Frank Stay of Execution granted November 4, 1955 

Electrocuted February 20, 1956 

Fred Kinnie, alias Fred Watts Death Warrant revoked January 20, 1956 

Percy Ambrister, also known as "Wassie Blue" Electrocuted February 20, 1956 

George Anderson Electrocuted February 20, 1956 

Edgar J. LaVoie Electrocuted August 20, 1956 

Moses Lee Dunmore Electrocuted October 1, 1956 

Robert Lee Col.son Electrocuted October 1, 1956 



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REGISTERED VOTERS 
PRIMARY ELECTION— 1956 



County 



Democrats 



White 



Colored 



Republicans 



White 



Colored 



Others 



Alachua 22,652 

Baker 3,312 

Bay 16,565 

Bradford 4,524 

Brevard 13,957 

Broward 45,275 

Calhoun 4,546 

Charlotte 3,140 

Citrus 3,980 

Clay 6,758 

Collier 4,157 

Columbia 8,406 

Dade 250,441 

DeSoto 3,575 

Dixie 2,128 

Duval 91,229 

Escambia 46,807 

Flagler 1,403 

Franklin 2,551 

Gadsden 6,358 

Gilchrist 1,509 

Glades 837 

Gulf 3,156 

Hamilton 3,646 

Hardee 7,033 

Hendry 2,920 

Hernando 3,813 

Highlands 7,541 

Hillsborough 87,625 

Holmes 6,366 

Indian River 4,957 

Jackson 15,627 

Jefferson 2,981 

Lafayette* 1,753 

Lake 14,004 

Lee 14,978 

Leon 17,672 



2,667 
347 

1,537 
853 

2,056 

5,447 
261 
199 
549 

1,163 
732 

1,630 

15,463 

776 

212 

21,681 

6,324 

13 

512 

3 

27 

254 

427 

420 

245 

761 

513 

1,215 

7,721 
109 
369 

3,117 
241 



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1,642 
3,074 



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240 

39 

2,608 

14,443 

5 

111 

150 

217 

95 

31 

33,320 

42 

3 

4,045 

774 

62 

8 

33 

5 

3 

27 

10 

136 

19 

107 

560 

6,505 

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767 

118 

14 

2 

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1,744 

224 



284 

2 

14 

18 

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620 



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13 
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15 

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30 
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13 

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17 

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16 



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85 
79 



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22 

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38 

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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



REGISTERED VOTERS 
PRIMARY ELECTION— 1956— (Continued) 



County- 


Democrats 


Republicans 


Others 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


Levy 

Liberty 


4,967 
1,589 
5,272 

16,748 

15,285 
4,721 

10,923 
6.073 

12,771 
1,910 

42,708 
5,299 

46,720 
8,000 

58,558 

44,999 

10,077 
8,823 
8,461 

10,500 
8,564 
8,419 
5,096 
5,355 
5,820 
2,495 

33,172 
2,695 
9,108 
5,275 


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1,562 
4,124 

681 
1,610 
1,187 

645 

355 
2,536 

291 
5,918 

500 
2,751 
4,522 
1,459 
1,829 
1,786 

575 

358 
2,069 

820 

450 
77 


558 

4 

16 

3,296 

518 

258 

355 

28 

198 

6 

8,448 

726 

9,839 

1,648 

39,431 

4,064 

246 

454 

947 

145 

7,145 

720 

45 

15 

33 

6 

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158 

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52 

151 

6 

21 

14 

3 

1 

393 

22 

349 

10 

370 

227 

270 

153 

51 

25 

107 

87 

12 

75 

16 




Manatee 


206 


Marion 

Martin 


54 
5 


Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 


79 

4 

122 


Orange 


335 


Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 


49 

358 

17 

2,288 
232 


Putnam 


19 


St. Johns 


41 


St. Lucie 

Santa Rosa 

Sarasota 


36 

10 

133 


Seminole 

Sumter 


35 


Suwannee* 

Taylor 


5 
4 


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Volusia 


5,416 
329 

1,079 
711 


125 
16 
29 
21 


125 


Wakulla 


8 


Walton 


17 


Washington 


5 


Total 


1,148,585 


128,437 


153,311 


9,098 


7,843 


Grand Total 










1,447,274 













* Estimated 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 327 

NOMINATIONS WITHOUT OPPOSITION 

Pursuant to tlie provisions of Section 99.041, Florida Statutes, tlie following 
candidates were nominated without opposition: 



(Democrats) 

Representative in Congress, Second District— Charles E. Bennett 

Representative in Congress, Third District— Bob Sikes 

Representative in Congress, Fourth District— Dante B. Fascell 

Representative in Congress, Fifth District— A. S. Herlong, Jr. 

Representative in Congress, Sixtli District— Paul G. Rogers 

Justice of the Supreme Court, Group 2— Campbell Thornal 

Justice of the Supreme Court, Group 4— Elwyn Thomas 

Circuit Judge, First Judicial Circuit, Group 1— Harold B. Crosby 

Circuit Judge, First Judicial Circuit, Group 2— Woodrow Melvin 

Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group 2— Ray Pearson 

Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group 3— Harold R. Vann 

Circuit Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group 4— John W. Prunty 

Circuit Judge, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Group 1— R. O. Morrow 

Circuit Judge, Fifteentli Judicial Circuit, Group 2— James H. Walden 

State Attorney, First Judicial Circuit— Ed Wicke 

State Attorney, Second Judicial Circuit— William D. Hopkins 

State Attorney, Third Judicial Circuit— Wm. Randall Slaughter 

State Attorney, Fourth Judicial Circuit— William A. Hallowes, 3rd 

State Attorney, Eighth Judicial Circuit— T. E. Duncan 

State Attorney, Ninth Judicial Circuit— Murray W. Overstreet 

State Attorney, Tenth Judicial Circuit— Gunter Stephenson 

State Attorney, Twelfth Judicial Circuit— W. M. (Mack) Smiley 

State Attorney, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit— James M. (Red) McEwen 

State Attorney, Fourteenth Judicial Circuit— J. Frank Adams 

State Attorney, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit— Phil O'Connell 

State Comptroller— Ray E. Green 

Commissioner of Agriculture— Nathan Mayo 

State Treasurer— J. Edwin Larson 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction— Tom D. Bailey 



328 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

State Senator, Fifteenth Senatorial District— Charley E. Johns 

State Senator,Twenty-Seventh Senatorial District— Doyle E. Carlton, Jr. 

State Senator, Thirty-Third Senatorial District— Irlo O. Bronson 

State Senator, Thirty-Fifth Senatorial District— Fred O. Dickinson, Jr. 

Member House of Representatives, Alachua County, Group 2— J. Emory (Red) Cross 

Member House of Representatives, Bradford County, Doyle E. Conner 

Member House of Representatives, Broward County, Group 1— Andrew J. (Jack) 
Musselman, Jr. 

Member House of Representatives, Collier County— James Lorenzo Walker 

Member House of Representatives, DeSoto County— S. C. Smith 

Member House of Representatives, Duval County, Group 2— Harry Westberry 

Member House of Representatives, Flagler County— W. L. Wadsworth 

Member House of Representatives, Gadsden County, Group 1— W. M. Inman 

Member House of Representatives, Gadsden, Group 2— C. Fred Arrington 

Member House of Representatives, Hendry County— Elbert L. Stewart 

Member House of Representatives, Highlands County— Howard Livingston 

Member House of Representatives, Jackson County, Group 2— John S. Shipp, Jr. 

Member House of Representatives, Lake County, Group 2— C. E. Duncan 

Member House of Representatives, Leon County, Group 1— Mallory E. Home 

Member House of Representatives, Manatee County, Group 1— William C. Grimes 

Member House of Representatives, Manatee County Group 2— J. E. Pratt 

Member House of Representatives, Okaloosa County, Group 2— James H. (Jimmy) 
Wise 

Member House of Representatives, Osceola County— J. J. Griffin, Jr. 

Member House of Representatives, Palm Beach County, Group 2— Emmett S. 
Roberts 

Member House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group 1— Dana Boose 

Member House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group 2— James T. Earle 

Member House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group 3— Howard P. Rives 

Member House of Representatives, St. Johns County, Group 1— F. Charles Usina 

Member House of Representatives, St. Johns County, Group 2— (Sonny) Nathan L 
Weinstein 

Member House of Representatives, Sarasota County, Group 1— William E. Robert- 
son 

Member House of Representatives, Sarasota County, Group 2— W. ^^^ (Woody) 
Jones 

Member House of Representatives, Seminole County, Group 1— Mack N. Cleveland, 

Jr. 
Member House of Representatives, Volusia County, Group 2— James H. Sweeny, Jr. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 329 

(Republicans) 

Representati\ e in Congress, First District— William C. (Bill) Cramer 

Representative in Congress, Third District— Arthm: Barker, Sr. 

Representative in Congress, Fifth District— Arnold L. Lund 

Representative in Congress, Se\'enth District— G. M. (Gus) Nelson 

State Attorney, Sixth Judicial Circuit— Clair A. Davis 

State Attorney, Seventh Judicial Circuit— Ralph R. Clayton 

State Attorney, Eleventh Judicial Circuit— Ellis S. Rubin 

Governor— William A. Washburne, Jr. 

State Senator, Ninth District— A. S. Eppele 

State Senator, Thirty-Fifth District— Carroll S. Shaw 

Member House of Representatives, Brevard County— Richard B. Muldrew 

Member House of Representatives, Escambia County, Group 2— Julius F. Wernicke, 

Jr. 
Member House of Representatives, Hillsborough County, Group 1— Ed Richman 

Member House of Representatives, Hillsborough County, Group 2— Robert F. 
Byrnes 

Member House of Representatives, Hillsborough County, Group 3— Charles B. 
Sloan 

Member House of Representatives, Manatee County, Group 2— Arthur W. Blue 

Member House of Representatives, Orange County Group 2— James R. Fisher 

Member House of Representatives, Palm Beach County, Group 1— George L. Pink 

Member House of Representati\'es— Palm Beach County Group 2— Beatrice M. 
Propp 

Member House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group 1— Fred C. Petersen 

Member House of Representatives, Pinellas County, Group 2— Thomas M. Carney 

Member House of Representatives St. Lucie— L. W. Halbe 

Member House of Representatives Sarasota County Group 1— George E. Young- 
berg, Sr. 

Member House of Representatives, Volusia County, Group 1— Kenneth W. Zeh 



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OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
MAY 8, 1956 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

District One 



Counties 


Tom 
Johnson 


Winton H. 
(Win) King 


Wm. A. F. 
Stephenson 




1.520 

21,668 

1,561 

7,291 


661 
16,74.3 
1,356 
6,207 


428 




4,094 




1,520 


Pinellas 


14,169 






Totals 


32,040 


24,967 


20,211 






Grand Total . . . 






77,218 











REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Seven 



Counties 


Leonard C. 
Carter 


James A. 
Haley 


David B. 
Higginbottom 


Left 
iVIabie 


De Soto 


606 
429 
590 
1,991 
6,825 
487 


1,188 
1,318 
2,536 
7.388 
14,075 
5,066 


116 
116 
243 
334 
1,104 
184 


717 




1,995 


Highlands 


1,220 


Manatee 

Polk 


1,423 

3,421 

378 






Totals. 


10.928 


31,571 


2,097 


9,154 






Grand Total 








53,750 













OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 



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MAY 8, 1956 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

District Eight 



Counties 



Guy 
Andrews 



D. R. (Billy) 
Matthews 



Alachua . 

Baiter 

Bradford . 
Columbia 

Dixie 

Gilchrist . . 
Hamiltota. 
Lafayette. 

Levy 

MadisOD . . 
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Putnam . . . 
Suwannee . 
Taylor.... 
Union 



2,111 

847 

2,444 

2,669 

411 

420 

742 

491 

1,098 

1,162 

1,170 

1,424 

1,982 

757 

729 



Totals. 



18,457 



Grand Total 



9,858 
1,787 
1,511 
3,449 
1,320 

834 
1,702 
1,149 
2,338 
2,662 
3,291 
5,547 
2,982 
2,944 

967 



42,341 



60,798 



CIRCUIT JUDGE 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Group One 



County 


Robert H. 
Anderson 


Raymond G. 
Nathan 


Dade 


67.611 


56,458 




Totals 


67,611 


56 458 






Grand Total 




124,069 









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OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
MAY 8, 1956 



STATE ATTORNEY 

Fifth Judicial Circuit 



Counties 


E. G. (Gus) 
Musleh 


G. G. 

Oldham, Jr. 


Citrus 


1,059 
1,016 
2,404 
6,371 
1,082 




1,503 




1,350 


Lake 


8,528 




3,790 




2,040 






Totals 


11,932 




17,211 






Grand Total 






29,143 









STATE ATTORNEY 

Seventh Judicial Circuit 



Counties 


William W. 
Judge 


Walter 
Shelley 


Flagler 


624 
2,587 
1,867 
16,697 


540 


Putnam 


3,858 


St. Johns 


6,237 




8,679 






Totals 


21,775 


19,314 






Grand Total 




41,089 









STATE ATTORNEY 

Eleventh Judicial Circuit 



County 


George A. 
Brautlgam 


Richard E. 
Gerstein 


Dade 


40,846 


86,154 




Totals 






40,846 


86,154 




Grand Total . . . 








127,000 











OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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MAY 8, 1956 



STATE ATTORNEY 

Sixteenth Judicial Circuit 



County 


J. Lancelot 
Lester 


Robert C. 
Youmans 




4,537 


2,525 






Totals 


4,537 


2,525 






Grand Total 




7,062 









STATE SENATOR 
First Senatorial District 



Counties 


Newman C. 
Brackin 


Luther 
Clary 


Thomas 
A. Leonard 




5,006 
1,746 


3,566 
1.673 


1,319 




3,891 






Totals 


6,752 


5,239 


5,210 






Grand Total 






17,201 











STATE SENATOR 
Third Senatorial District 



Counties 


Harvey J. 
Belser 


H. B. 

Douglas 


Paul C. 
Drake 


Clyde 
Galloway 


Michael D. 
Oblazny 


E. Bert 
Riddle 


Johnnie 
Wright 




1,853 
700 


966 
648 


201 
733 


961 
567 


92 
423 


985 
1,109 


348 


Walton 


1,818 






Totals 


2,553 


1,614 


934 


1,528 


515 


2,094 


2,166 


Grand Total. . . 














11,404 



















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MAY 8, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 

Fifth Senatorial District 



Counties 


T. Drew 
Branch 


James C. 
Conner 


R. L. 
Hosford 


Chas. W. 
Roberts, Sr. 


Franklin 


708 
421 
678 


819 
382 
581 


631 
413 
457 


166 


Liberty 


239 


Wakulla 


394 






Totals 


1,807 


1,782 


1,501 


799 






Grand Total 








5 , 889 













STATE SENATOR 

Seventh Senatorial District 



County 


James R. 
Blewett 


Scott 
Kelly 


Harry E. 
King 


Boone 0. 
Tillet 


Polk 


1,468 


20,729 


5,644 


3,349 




Totals 

Grand Total 






1.468 


20,729 


5,644 


3,349 










31,190 















STATE SENATOR 

Ninth Senatorial District 



Counties 


James E. (Nick) 
Connor 


C. Dent 
Lanier 


Citrus 


1,976 
1,884 


1,089 




1,061 






Totals 


3,860 


2,150 






Grand Total 




6,010 









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MAY 8, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 
Thirteenth Senatorial District 



County 


Joe Eaton 


George S. 
Okell, Sr. 


L. S. (Doc) 
Piatt 


Dade 


73,703 


48,046 


10,814 






Totals 


73,703 


48,046 


10,814 






Grad Total '. 






132,563 











STATE SENATOR 

Seventeenth Senatorial District 



Counties 


J. Graham 
Black 


H 


H. (Horry) 
Hair, Jr. 




1,821 

707 

1,952 




832 




944 




3,146 






Totals 


4,480 




4,922 






Grand Total 






9,402 









STATE SENATOR 

Nineteenth Senatorial District 



County 


Clifford R. 
Freeman 


J. Russell 
Hornsby 


J. B. 
Rodgers, Jr. 


Orange 


1,892 


7,414 


16 706 






Totals 


1,892 


7,414 


16.706 






Grand Total 






26,012 











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REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
MAY 8, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-First Senatorial District 



Counties 


Raymond A. 
Berry 


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Randolph 
Hodges 




566 

450 

1,158 




1,143 




777 


Levy 


2,381 






Totals 


' 2,174 




4,301 






Grand Total 






6,475 









STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-Third Senatorial District 



County 


J. Ed 

Baker 


J. A. (Tar) 
Boyd 


Lake 


4,737 


7,432 






Totals 


4,737 


7,432 






Grand Total 




12,169 









STATE SENATOR 
Twenty-Fifth Senatorial District 



Counties 


Howard B. 
Albritton 


J. R. (Jim) 
Hansford 


Bart 
Knight 


Joseph 1. 
(Joe) IVIathis 


Tom 
Milam 


Bay 


1,969 

65 

132 

232 


1,311 

276 
102 
260 


2,652 
2,465 
1,793 
2,413 


5,131 
176 
235 
524 


3,297 




198 


Gulf 


484 


Washington 


733 






Totals 


2,398 


1,949 


9,323 


6,066 


4,712 






Grand Total 










24,448 















OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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MAY 8, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 

Twenty-Ninth Senatorial District 



Counties 


Tom Adams 


J. Slater 
Smith 


Baker 


1.556 
2,290 


1,114 


Clay 


2,417 




Totals 






3,846 


3,531 




Grand Total 








7,377 











STATE SENATOR 

Thirty-First Senatorial District 



Counties 


A. H. (Gus) 
Craig 


Verle A. 
Pope 


John 
VersaggI 


Flaaler 


405 
3,578 


735 
4,053 


76 


St. Johns .. 


1,341 






Totals 


3,983 


4,788 


1,417 






Grand Total 






10,188 











STATE SENATOR 

Thirty- Seventh Senatorial District 



Counties 


Paul 
Miller 


Douglas 
Stenstrom 


Brevard 


3,886 
884 


3,481 




5,193 






Totals 


4,770 


8,674 






Grand Total 




13,444 









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OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY 
MAY 8, 1956 



STATE SENATOR (Special Primary) 
Fourteenth Senatorial District 



County 


W. E. 
Bishop 


G. T. 
Melton 


Columbia 


3,471 


3,043 






Totals 


3,471 


3,043 






Grand Total 




6,514 









OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY 
MAY 8, 1956 





REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

Fourth Congressional District 




Counties 


Leiand 
Hyzer 


James E. 
May 


Dade 


4,351 
21 


2,841 




39 












Totals 


4,372 


2,880 












Grand Total. 




7,252 















REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
Sixth Congressional District 



Counties 


Dorothy A. 
Smith 


Charles P. 
Ware 




2,778 

25 

15 

2 

6 

208 

106 

32 

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1,099 

250 


2.187 




3 


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3 


Glades 


2 




1 




133 


Lee 


218 




91 








1,306 




137 






Totals 


4,524 


4,081 






Grand Total 




8.605 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA REPUBLICAN PRIMARY 
MAY 8, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 

Eleventh Senatorial District 



County 


J. Frank 
Houghton 


Charles R. 
Johnson, Jr. 


Pinellas 


10,866 


6,967 




Totals 


10,866 


6 967 






Grand Total 




17 833 









STATE SENATOR 

Thirteenth Senatorial District 



County 


Churchill 
MacCuish 


Harlem G. 
Rubert 


1 'a le 


4,319 


2 385 






Totals 


4,319 


2,385 




Oran.-I Total 




6,704 







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OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA SECOND DEMOCRATIC 
PRIMARY— MAY 29, 1956 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

First Congressional District 



Counties 


Tom 
Johnson 


Winton H. 
(Win) King 




583 
16,535 
2,018 
7,581 


357 




19,535 




1,438 




6,641 






Totals 


26,717 


27,971 




Grand Total 




54,688 







STATE SENATOR 

First Senatorial District 



Counties 


Newman C. 
Bracl<in 


Luther 
Clary 




5,658 
3,157 


3,91? 




4,039 






Totals 


8,815 


7,957 






Grand Total 




16,772 









STATE SENATOR 

Third Senatorial District 



Counties 


Harvie J. 
Belser 


Johnnie 
Wright 




3,388 
2,563 


1,742 


Walton 


3,335 






Totals 


5,951 


5,077 






Grand Total 




11,02S 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



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OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA SECOND DEMOCRATIC 
PRIMARY— IVIAY 29, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 

Fifth Senatorial District 



Counties 


T. Drew 
Branch 


James C. 
Conner 




1,140 

675 

1.185 


1,080 




732 


Wakulla 


889 






Totals 


3.000 


2.701 






Grand Total 




5,701 









STATE SENATOR 

Twenty-Fifth Senatorial District 



Counties 


Bart 
Knight 


Joseph 1. 
(Joe) Mathis 


Bay 


4.162 
2.718 
1.917 
3,022 


8.047 




416 


Gulf 


998 




1,225 






Totals 


11,810 


10.686 






Grand Total 




22.505 









STATE SENATOR 

Thlri;y-First Senatorial District 



Counties 


A. H. (Gus) 
Craig 


Verle A. 
Pope 


Flaeler 


447 
3.809 


726 


St. Johns 


4,570 






Totals 


4.256 


5,296 






Grand Total 




9,552 









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REGISTERED VOTERS 
GENERAL ELECTION— 1956 



County 


Democrats 


Republicans 


Others 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


Alachua 


22,519 
3,368 

16,894 
4,668 

15,696 

52,067 
4,604 
3,110 
4,087 
6,985 
4,394 
8,516 
269,664 
3,653 
2,204 
107,698 

48,464 
1,433 
2,547 
6,406 
1,485 
853 
3,165 
3,685 
7,072 
3,599 
3,907 
7,851 

94,059 
6,362 
5,495 

21,246 
3,032 
1,815 

15,148 

15,817 


2,788 
358 

1,998 
844 

2,080 

6,239 
231 
225 
563 

1,178 
732 

1,635 

16,302 

788 

181 

25,356 

6,527 

13 

513 

3 

27 

262 

438 

488 

342 

135 

616 

1,224 

8,184 
128 
405 

3,307 
166 


1,282 

2 

427 

32 

4,132 

20,051 

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183 

183 

252 

90 

38 

39,285 

60 

3 

6,915 

1,315 

51 

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36 

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146 

38 

110 

642 

8,517 

22 

1,030 

119 

11 

5 

2,531 

2,173 


365 

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15 

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719 


102 


Baker 




Bay 


47 


Bradford 


5 


Brevard 


215 


Broward 


1,192 


Calhoun 




Charlotte 


43 

17 

15 

9 

10 

2,746 

19 




Citrus 


29 


Clav 


26 


Collier 


5 


Columbia 

Dade 


10 
1 963 


De Soto 


5 


Dixie 




Duval 


2,012 
206 


1,216 


Escambia 

Flagler 


234 

4 


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Gadsden 

Gilchrist 


8 
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2 


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2 


Glades 


46 


Gulf 


43 
19 
33 


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Hamilton 




Hardee 


15 


Hendry 


2 


Hernando 

Highlands 

Hillsborough 

Holmes 


6 

19 

672 

2 

22 

123 

17 


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5 

461 

10 


Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 


74 
25 

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Lake 


1,267 
1,714 


96 
104 


96 


Lee 


91 







366 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 



REGISTERED VOTERS 
GENERAL ELECTION— 1956— (Continued) 



County 


Democrats 


Republicans 


Others 


White 


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White 


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15,285 

4,913 

1,612 

5,289 

18,107 

16,085 

4,691 

11,735 

5,925 

12,798 

1,902 

48,833 

5,635 

52,700 

10,722 

66,477 

47,765 

10,387 

9,425 

9,072 

10,273 

10,940 

9,221 

5,358 

5,315 

5,796 

2,495 

36,565 

2,695 

9,680 

5,315 


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1,618 

4,163 

694 

1,629 

1,207 

600 

347 

2,844 

326 

6,054 

620 

2,992 

4,712 

1,488 

1,891 

1,769 

714 

586 

2,137 

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510 

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650 

352 

517 

36 

276 

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975 

13,093 

1,942 

51,087 

4,997 

308 

536 

1,168 

120 

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1,126 

33 

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27 

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43 


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68 

161 

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16 

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293 

32 

466 

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485 

277 

282 

160 

44 

16 

197 

105 

28 

55 

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Manatee 


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Marion 


65 


Martin 




Monroe 


123 


Nassau 

Okaloosa 


5 
147 


Okeechobee 




Orange 


583 


Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 


69 

446 

91 


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Polk 

Putnam 


306 
30 


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49 


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Santa Rosa 

Sarasota 


64 
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Sumter 


114 


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Taylor 

Union 


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Wakulla 


5,479 
329 
942 
725 


282 

16 

12 

8 


215 

8 


Walton 

Washington 


8 
6 


Totals 


1,246.579 


137,868 


200,029 


10,768 


11,506 


Grand Total 










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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District One 



Counties 


Winton H. 

(Win) King 

(Dem.) 


William C. 

(Bill) Cramer 

(Rep.) 




1,676 
45,475 

4,655 
30,269 


908 


Hillsborough 


31,448 




4,612 




68,990 






Totals 


82,075 


105,958 






Grand Total . . 




188.033 









REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

District Two 



Counties 



Charles E. 
Bennett 



Clay 

Duval 

Total 



2,607 
64,007 



66,614 



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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 369 

OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

District Three 



Counties 


Bob Sikes 
(Dem.) 


Arthur 

Barker, Sr. 

(Rep.) 


Bay 


10,527 
1,881 

26,994 
1,130 
3,228 
1,999 
2,453 
6,506 
1,371 
9,105 
934 
7,348 
5,096 
1,253 
4,031 
2,416 


1 496 




98 




3,507 




101 


Gadsden 


108 


Gulf 


105 


Holmes 


298 




523 




104 




1,668 




54 


Okaloosa 


804 


Santa Rosa 


500 


Wakulla 


62 


Walton 


383 


VVashineton 


231 






Total 


86.272 


10,042 






(Irand Total. 




96,314 









REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

District Four 



Counties 


Dante B. 
Fascell 
(Dem.) 


Leiand 
Hyzer 

(Rep.) 


Dade 


116,262 
4,247 


75,451 




1,850 






Total 


120,509 


77,301 






Grand Total 




197,810 









370 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
District Five 



Counties 


A. S. 

Herlong, Jr. 

(Dem.) 


Arnold L. 
Lund 
(Rep.) 


Brevard 


5,5fi5 
1,834 
843 
8,664 
6,269 

21,525 
2,353 
4,364 
3,884 
2,523 

15,674 


6 152 


Citrus 


761 


Flagler 


291 


Lake 


6,093 
3 414 




Oranee 


24,613 


Osceola 


2,539 
2 154 


St. Johns 


Seminole 


3 302 


Sumter . . . . . . 


413 


Volusia 


19,646 






Total 


73,498 


69,378 






Grand Total 




142,876 









REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

District Six 



Counties 


Paul G. 
Rogers 
(Dem.) 


Dorothy A. 
Smith 
(Rep.) 




26,450 
1,124 
1,740 
475 
1,507 
3,218 
7,502 
2,016 
953 

24,023 
4,251 


26,434 




642 


Collier . 


1,003 


Glades. . 


85 




336 




2,214 




3,971 




1,649 




141 




20,898 




3,197 






Total 


73,259 


60,570 






Grand Total 




133,829 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



371 



OFFICIAL VOTE — FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

District Seven 



Counties 


James A. 
Haley 
(Dem.) 


G. M. rGus) 
Nelson 
(Rep.) 


De Soto 


1,800 
2,323 
2,9C3 
9,006 
22,471 
9,482 


461 




584 




1,947 




7,270 


Polk 


10,010 




8,628 






Total . 


47,985 


28,900 






Grand Total 




76,885 









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REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

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Counties 


D. R. (Billy) 

Matthews 

(Dem.) 




10,127 


Baker 


1,434 




2,328 




3,534 




929 


Gilchrist 


776 




1,201 




928 




1,703 




2,005 




2,793 




5,687 




3,130 


Taylor . . 


1,996 




791 






Total . 


39,362 







372 



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375 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 

First Circuit 





GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


Counties 


Harold B. 
Crosby 


Woodrow M. 
Melvin 




13,991 
5,659 
3,463 
2,369 


13,107 




5 161 




4,120 


Walton 


2,025 






Totals 


25,482 


24,413 









CIRCUIT JUDGES 

Fifth Circuit 




Counties 


Wallace E. 
Sturgis 




1,929 


Hernando 


1,614 




8.998 


Marion 


6,815 




1,967 








Total 


21,323 







CIRCUIT JUDGES 

Eleventh Circuit 





GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 GROUP 3 


GROUP 4 


County 


Robert H. 
Anderson 


Ray 
Pearson 


Harold R. 
Vann 


John W. 
Prunty 


Dade 


114,573 


118,037 


110,551 


65,998 







376 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



CIRCUIT JUDGES 

Fifteenth Circuit 





GROUP 1 


GROUP 2 


GROUP 3 


Counties 


R. 0. Morrow 


James H. 
Walden 


James R. 
Knott 


Broward 


18,421 
24,867 


19,139 
19,298 


17,901 


Palm Beach 


20,028 






Totals 


43,288 


38,437 


37 929 







STATE ATTORNEY 

First Circuit 



Counties 


Ed Wicke 


Escambia 


14,432 


Okaloosa 


5,786 


Santa Rosa 


3,779 


Walton 


2,789 










Total 


26,786 






STATE ATTORNEY 

Second Circuit 


Counties 


William D. 
Hopkins 




959 




2,473 




1,119 




7,965 




674 


Wakulla. .. 


980 










Total 


14,170 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



377 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



STATE ATTORNEY 

Third Circuit 



Counties 



Wm. Randall 
Slaughter 



Columbia . 

Dixie 

Hamilton . 
Lafayette . 
Madison . . 
Suwannee. 
Taylor. . . 



Total 



2,983 

797 

992 

805 

1,686 

2,812 

1,722 



11,797 



STATE ATTORNEY 

Fourth Circuit 



Counties 


William A. 
Hallowes, 3rd 


Clay 


1,800 


Duval 


45,215 


Nassau , 


2,719 








Total 


49,734 






STATE ATTORNEY 

Fifth Circuit 


Counties 


G. G. 

Oldham, Jr. 




1,902 


Hernando 


1,640 




9,825 


Marion 


5,666 




2.062 








Total 


21,095 







378 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



STATE ATTORNEY 

Sixth Circuit 


Counties 


Clair A. 
Davis 


Pasfo 


3 520 


Pinellas 


32 383 








Total 


35 903 







STATE ATTORNEY 

Seventh Circuit 



Counties 


William W. 
Judge 
(Dem.) 


Ralph R. 
Clayton 
(Rep.) 


Flagler 


901 
4,366 
4,406 
19,383 


202 




1 518 




1 993 




16,193 






Total 


29,056 


19,906 






Grand Total 




4s.0(i2 









STATE ATTORNEY 

Eig-hth Circuit 



Counties 

Alachua 

Baker 

Bradford 

Gilchrist 

Levy 

Union 

Total. . . , 



T. E. Duncan 



8,123 
1,2S1 
1,940 

650 
1,444 

731 



14,169 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



379 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 





STATE ATTORNEY 

Ninth Circuit 


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Counties 


Murray W. 
Overstreet 




6 340 




3 468 




1,929 




805 




23,018 


Osceola 


3,400 




4,165 




4,011 










Total 


47,226 







STATE ATTORNEY 

Tenth Circuit 



Counties 


Gunter 
Stephenson 




2,118 


Highlands 


3,001 


Polk 


18,290 












Total 


23,409 






STATE ATTORNEY 

Eleventh Circuit 


Counties 


Richard E. 
Gerstein 
(Dem.) 


Ellis S. 
Rubin 
(Rep.) 


Dade . . 


116, 4P3 


67,073 














183,566 









380 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



STATE ATTORNEY 

Twelfth Circuit 



Counties 


W. M. (IVIacl<) 
Smiley 


Charlotte 


1 092 


Collier 


2 000 


DeSoto 


1,495 


Glades 


406 




1 356 




8,042 




10,877 




8,198 








Total 


33,466 






STATE ATTORNEY 

Thirteenth Circuit 


County 


James IVI. 
(Red^ IVIcEwen 




32,695 






STATE ATTORNEY 

Fourteenth Circuit 


Counties 


J. Frank 
Adams 




8,381 




1 521 


Gulf 


1,786 




1,795 




4,361 




1,691 








Total 


19,535 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



381 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



STATE ATTORNEY 

Fifteenth Circuit 



Counties 


Phil 
O'Connell 


Broward 


19,070 




24,491 








Total 


43,561 






STATE ATTORNEY 

Sixteenth Circuit 


County 


J. Lancelot 
Lester 


Monroe 


4,991 






STATE SENATOR 

First District 


County 


Newman C. 
Brackin 


Okaloosa 


6,297 


Santa Rosa 


3,682 








Total 


9,979 







STATE SENATOR 

Third District 



County 


Harvie J. 
Belser 


Holmes 


2,041 


Walton 


2,824 






Total . . 


4.865 







382 



REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 





STATE SENATOR 

Fifth District 




County 


T. Drew 
Branch 




1,043 




732 


Wakulla 


1,037 








Total 


2,812 







STATE SENATOR 
Seventh District 



County 



Scott Kelly 



Polk. 



20,806 



STATE SENATOR 

Ninth District 



County 


James E. 
(Nick) 
Connor 
(Dem.) 


A. S. Eppele 
(Rep.) 




2,117 
1,932 


700 




617 






Total 


4,049 


1,317 






Grand Total 




5,366 









OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



383 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 
Eleventh District 



County 


Hubert 
Rutland 
(Dem.) 


J. Frank 

Houghton 

(Rep.) 


Pinellas 


41,129 


52,499 








93 628 









STATE SENATOR 

Thirteenth District 



County 


Joe Eaton 
(Dem.) 


Ctiurchill 

Maccuish 

(Rep.) 


Dade 


125,637 


56,146 










181,783 









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STATE SENATOR 

Fifteenth District 




County 


Charley E, 
Johns 


Bradford . 


2.208 




754 








Total 


2,962 







384 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 





STATE SENATOR 

Seventeenth District 




County 


H. H. (Horry) 
Hair. Jr. 


Hatniltoa 


1,007 


Lafayette 


881 


Suwannee 


3,133 








Total 


5,021 









STATE SENATOR 

Nineteenth District 



County 



J. B. 
Rodgers, Jr. 



Oranee. 



23,539 





STATE SENATOR 

Twenty- First District 




County 


W. Randolph 
Hodges 




S39 


Gilchrist 


641 




1,592 








Total 


3,072 









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



385 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 

Twenty- Third District 



County 



J. A. (Tar) 
Bovd 



Lake. 



10.248 





STATE SENATOR 

Twenty-Fifth District 




Counties 


Bart Knight 


Bay 


8,396 




1,535 


Gulf 


1,806 


Washington 


1,844 








Total 


13,581 









STATE SENATOR 

Twenty- Seventh District 




Counties 


Doyle E. 
Carlton, Jr. 


De Soto 


1,624 


Glades 


443 


Hardee . 


2.545 


Highlands . 


3.168 


Total 


7.7sn 







386 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 







STATE SENATOR 

Twenty-Ninth District 




Counties 


Tom Adams 


Baker 


1,367 


Clay. 


2,180 




Total 








3 547 













STATE SENATOR 

Thirty -First District 




Counties 


Verle A. 
Pope 


Flagler 


998 




5,103 








Total 


6,101 









STATE SENATOR 

Thirty-Third District 




Counties 


Irlo 0. 
Bronson 




916 




3,373 








Total 


4,289 







OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 



387 



OFFICIAL VOTE— FLORIDA GENERAL ELECTION 
NOVEMBER 6, 1956 



STATE SENATOR 

Thirty-Fifth District 



County 


Fred 0. 

Dickinson. Jr. 

(Dem.) 


Carroll S. 
Shaw 
(Rep.) 




24,209 


17,935 




Grand Total 




42,144 











STATE SENATOR 

Thirty- Seventh District 




County 


Douglas 
Stenstrom 




6,276 




5,143 








Total 


11,419 









388 



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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 393 



APPENDIX 

GOVERNOR AND CABINET 
1957-1961 



GOVERNOR 

LeROY COLLINS 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

R. A. GRAY 

ATTORNEY GENERAL 

RICHARD W. ERVIN 

COMPTROLLER 

RAY E. GREEN 

STATE TREASURER 

J. EDWIN LARSON 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

THOMAS D. BAILEY 

COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE 

NATHAN MAYO 



394 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE 

Elected General Election 1956 and Holdover Senators 

SENATE 

Newman C. Brackin,* District No. 1 — Crestview 
Philip D. Beall,** District No. 2— Florida National Bank Build- 
ing, Pensacola 
Harvie J. Belser,* District No. 3 — Bonifay 
John Rawls,** District No. 4 — Citizens State Bank Building, 

Marianna 
T. Drew Branch,* District No. 5 — Sumatra 
Dewey M. Johnson,** District No. 6 — Quincy 
Scott Kelly,* District No. 7— P. O. Box 1651, Lakeland 
Wilson Carraway,** District No. 8 — Tallahassee State Bank & 

Trust Co., Tallahassee 
James E. (Nick) Connor,* District No. 9— P. O. Box 5, Brooks- 

ville 
W. T. Davis,** District No. 10— Madison 
J. Frank Houghton,* District No. 11 — 401 Florida Theatre 

Bldg., St. Petersburg 
Merrill P. Barber,** District No. 12— Box 936, Vero Beach 
Joe Eaton,* District No. 13—1125 duPont Bldg., Miami 
W. E. Bishop,** District No. 14— P. O. Box 367, Lake City 
Charley E. Johns,* District No. 15— Starke 
Harry O. Stratton,** District No. 16— Route 1, Callahan 
H. H. (Horry) Hair, Jr.,* District No. 17— Like Oak 
Fletcher Morgan,** District No. 18—45 West Bay St., Jack- 
sonville 
J. B. Rodgers, Jr.,* District No. 19—227 N. Main St., Orlando 
L. K. Edwards, Jr.,** District No. 20— Irvine 
W. Randolph Hodges,* District No. 21— Cedar Key 
S. D. Clarke,** District No. 22— Monticello 
J. A. (Tar) Boyd,* District No. 23— Box 901, Leesburg 
Wilham R. Neblett,** District No. 24 — 415 Frances St., Key 

West 
Bart Knight,* District No. 25— P. O. Box 375, Blountstown 
B. C. Pearce,** District No. 26— Palatka 
Doyle E. Carlton, Jr.,* District No. 27— Wauchula 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 395 

E. William Gautier,** District No. 28—1200 Magnolia St., New 

Smyrna Beach 
Tom Adams,* District No. 29— Box 215, Orange Park 
Ted Cabot,** District No. 30—309 First Federal Building, Ft. 

Lauderdale 
Verle A. Pope,* District No. 31— P. O. Box 519, St. Augustine 
W. A. Shands,** District No. 32—2401 N. W. 23rd Road, 

Gainesville 
Irlo O. Bronson,* District No. 33 — Kissimmee 
Paul Kickliter,** District No. 34— SOlVa Franklin St., Tampa 
Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.,* District No- 35—3020 Vincent Road, 

West Palm Beach 
Joe Bill Rood,** District No. 36—2322 7th Ave., W., Bradenton 
Douglas Stenstrom,* District No. 37 — Sanford 
J. C. Getzen, Jr.,** District No. 38— Bushnell 



♦Elected 1956 General Election 
* *Holdovers 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

ALACHUA 
Group 1— Ralph D. Turlington, 113 N. Main St., Gainesville 
Group 2 — J. Emory (Red) Cross, P. O. Box 411, Gainesville 

BAKER 
John J. Crews, Jr., Macclenny 

BAY 
Group 1 — Dempsey J. Barron, P. O. Box 1241, Panama City 
Group 2— William E. Harris, P. O. Box 578 Panama City 

BRADFORD 
Doyle E. Conner, Drawer 631, Starke 

BREVARD 
Richard B. Muldrew, P. O. Box 546, Melbourne 

BROWARD 
Group 1— Andrew J. (Jack) Musselman, Jr., 412 N. E. 18th 

Ave., Pompano Beach 
Group 2— A. J. Ryan, Jr., 219 S. W. 8th St., Dania 



396 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

CALHOUN 
Edwin H. Peters, P. O. Box 267, Blountstown 

CHARLOTTE 
John M. Hathaway, Box 638, Punta Gorda 

CITRUS 
Allison R. Strickland, Route 1, Inverness 

CLAY 
S. D. (Sam) Saunders, P. O. Box 31, Middleburg 

COLLIER 
James Lorenzo Walker, Naples 

COLUMBIA 
B. D. (Georgia Boy) Williams, 1160 E. Dade St., Lake City 

DADE 
Group 1— George L. HoUahan, Jr., 7210 Red Road, South 

Miami 
Group 2— John B. Orr, Jr., 228 N. E. 2nd Ave., Miami 
Group 3— W. C. (Cliff) Herrell, 173 Navarre Drive, Miami 
Springs 

DeSOTO 
S. C. Smith, Arcadia 

DIXIE 
Hal Chaires, Oldtown 

DUVAL 
Group 1 — John E. Mathews, Jr., 630 Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville 
Group 2 — Harry W. Westberry, 152 Tallulah Ave., Jackson- 
ville 
Group 3— William H. (Bill) Maness, 704 Florida Theatre 
Bldg., Jacksonville 

ESCAMBIA 
Group 1 — J. B. Hopkins, 314 S. Baylen St., Pensacola 
Group 2 — George Stone, Star Route B, Box 596, Atmore, Ala. 

FLAGLER 
W. L. Wadsworth, P. O. Box 396, Bunnell 

FRANKLIN 
Mrs. Bryant Patton, Apalachicola 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 397 

GADSDEN 
Group 1 — W. M. Inman, Quincy 
Group 2 — C. Fred Arrington, Havana 

GILCHRIST 
Howell Lancaster, Trenton 

GLADES 
Joe H. Peeples, Jr., Moore Haven 

GULF 
Cecil G. Costin, Jr., 221 Reid Ave., Port St. Joe 

HAMILTON 
J. W. McAlpin, White Springs 

HARDEE 
G. W. (Dick) Williams, Wauchula 

HENDRY 
Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston 

HERNANDO 
John L. Ayers, Box 125, Brooksville 

HIGHLANDS 
Howard Livingston, Box 246, Sebring 

HILLSBOROUGH 
Group 1 — James S. Moody, Plant City 
Group 2— Robert T. Mann, 309 Wallace S. Bldg., Tampa 2 
Group 3— Sam M. Gibbons, 918 First National Bank Bldg., 
Tampa 2 

HOLMES 
Wayne O. Manning, Ponce de Leon 

INDIAN RIVER 
L. B. "Buck" Vocelle, Vero Beach 

JACKSON 
Group 1 — J. Troy Peacock, 600 N. Green St., Marianna 
Group 2 — John S. Shipp, Jr., 525 N. Russ St., Marianna 



398 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

JEFFERSON 
George H, Anderson, Monticello 

LAFAYETTE 
Homer T. Putnal, Mayo 

LAKE 
Group 1— Welbom Daniel, P. O. Box 703 Clermont 
Group 2 — C, E. Duncan, Tavares 

LEE 
Walter O. Sheppard, 1410 Dean St., Fort Myers 

LEON 
Group 1— Mallory E. Home, P. O. Box 725, Tallahassee 
Group 2— Richard O. (Dick) Mitchell, 107 Midyette-Moor 
Bldg., Tallahassee 

LEVY 
Frank Mashburn, Box 69, Bronson 

LIBERTY 
J. S. Alexander, Bristol 

MADISON 
Otis R. Peavy, Box 204, Madison 

MANATEE 
Group 1 — William C. Grimes, Palmetto 
Group 2^. E. Pratt, 401 12th St., W., Bradenton 

MARION 
Group 1— William G. O'Neill, P. O. Box 253, Ocala 
Group 2— WilHam V. Chappell, Jr., 4 South Magnolia Street, 
Ocala 

MARTIN 
Marvin H. Rowell, Box 1271, Stuart 

MONROE 
Group 1— Bernie C. Papy, 1021 Washington St., Key West 
Group 2— J. Y. Porter, 906 Johnson St., Key West 

NASSAU 
T. H. (Tommy) Askins, 5th and Alachua, Fernandina Beach 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 399 

OKALOOSA 
Group 1— Charles D. Stewart, P. O. Box 643, Ft. Walton 

Beach 
Group 2 — James H. (Jimmy) Wise, 302 E. Cedar Ave., Crest- 
view 

OKEECHOBEE 
Nathan Zelmenovitz, Box 98, Okeechobee 

ORANGE 
Group 1 — Henry W. Land, Apopka 
Group 2 — John A. Sutton, 64 E. Central Ave., Orlando 

OSCEOLA 
J. J. Griffin, Jr., 435 Florida Ave., St. Cloud 

PALM BEACH 
Group 1— Ralph J. Blank, Jr., 321 Pan-A Bldg., West Palm 

Beach 
Group 2— Emmett S. Roberts, 636 S. E. 2nd St., Belle Glade 

PASCO 
J. R. A. Williams, Dade City 

PINELLAS 
Group 1— Fred C. Petersen, 3663 1st Ave., N., St. Petersburg 
Group 2 — Thomas M. Carney, 268 Belleair Drive, Snell Isle, 

St. Petersburg 
Group 3— B. E. Shaffer, Rt. 2, Box 996, Clearwater 

POLK 
Group 1 — Roy Surles, P. O. Box 1375 Lakeland 
Group 2— Ray Mattox, 1207 5th St., N. E., Winter Haven 
Group 3 — Ben Hill Griffin, Jr., Box 368, Frostproof 

PUTNAM 
James N. "Gator" Beck, 1000 Division St., Palatka 

ST. JOHNS 
Group 1— F. Charles Usina, P. O. Box 177, St. Augustine 
Group 2— "Sonny" Nathan I. Weinstein, P. O. Box 526, St. 
Augustine 

ST. LUCIE 
Rupert Jasen Smith, 206 Raulerson Bldg., Ft. Pierce 



400 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

SANTA ROSA 
Morrison Kimbrough, Route 2, Milton 

SARASOTA 
Group 1 — George E. Youngberg, Sr., Venice 
Group 2 — Henry S. Bartholomew, P. O, Box 646, Sarasota 

SEMINOLE 
Group 1— Mack N. Cleveland, Jr., P. O. Box 220, Sanford 
Group 2 — Gordon V. Frederick, 204 North Park, Sanford 

SUMTER 
E. C. Rowell, Webster 

SUWANNEE 
Houston W. Roberts, Live Oak 

TAYLOR 
O. W. Jones, Perry 

UNION 
C. A. Roberts, Lake Butler 

VOLUSIA 
Group 1 — Frederick B, Karl, 1510 Crescent Ridge, Daytona 

Beach 
Group 2 — James H. Sweeny, Jr., P. O. Box 958, DeLand 

WAKULLA 
Bobby Russ, Route 2, Crawfordville 

WALTON 
Thos. D. (Tom) Beasley, Box 207, DeFuniak Springs 

WASHINGTON 
Sam Mitchell, Vernon 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 401 

COUNTY ELECTIVE OFFICES 

COUNTY OFFICERS WHOSE TERMS EXPIRE FIRST 
TUESDAY AFTER FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY, 1961, 
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND MEMBERS OF THE 
COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION WHOSE 
TERMS EXPIRE FIRST TUESDAY AFTER FIRST MON- 
DAY IN JANUARY 1959 AND 1961. 

ALACHUA 

COUNTY SEAT — GAINESVILLE 

County Judge— H. H. McDonald. 

Sheriff — J. M. Crevasse, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. E. Evans. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude M. Franks. 

Tax Collector — Shellie McKinney. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Ernest D. Manning, Jr. 

County Surveyor — Perry C. McGriff. 

County Attorney — Osee R. Fagan. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Sue Simpson. 

Judge Small Claims Court — T. Allen Crouch. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— J. M. Galbreath, High Springs. 
District No. 2 — Jack Durrance, Gainesville. 
District No. 3 — Edgar Leo Johnson, Gainesville. 
District No. 4 — W. J. Whitehurst, Archer. 
District No. 5 — Sidney Martin, Gainesville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

G. Hugh Williams, Island Grove. 
Flake A. Parker, Gainesville. 
J. A. Goode, Alachua. 
Anna Beth Pierson, Gainesville. 
W. N. Barry, Newberry. 

BAKER 

COUNTY SEAT — MACCLENNY 

County Judge — B. R. Burnsed. 
Sheriff— E. Ed Yarbrough. 



402 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Circuit Court — Joe Dobson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. W. Douberly. 

Tax Collector — ^T. J. Raulerson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — L. L. Dugger. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur Combs. 

County Surveyor — Woodrow W. Gainer. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Roy H. Harvey, Sanderson. 
District No. 2 — B. H. Rowe, Macclenny. 
District No. 3 — H. F. Powers, Macclenny. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Godwin, Sanderson. 
District No. 5— G. N. Kirkland, Glen St. Mary. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Vessie Thrift, Macclenny. 
Reid Stafford, Glen St. Mary. 
Mrs. Violet S. Dobson, Olustee. 
Tommy Fraser, Sanderson. 
Wm. M. Knabb, Macclenny. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— M. C. Brown, Macclenny. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Claude Fraser, Olustee. 
District No. 3 — Vernon D. Walker, Macclenny. 
District No. 5 — Ivey Hodges, Glen St. Mary. 

BAY 

COUNTY SEAT PANAMA CITY 

County Judge — Joseph W. Bailey. 

Sheriff— M. J. Daffin. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Bruce Collins. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Gerald Conrad. 

Tax Collector — A. G. Appleberg. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas E. Smith. 

Supervisor of Registration — J. B. Mashburn. 

Judge Small Claims Court — D. C. Suggs, Sr., Panama City. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— M. B. Miller, Panama City. 
District No. 2 — Burton H. Clark, Panama City. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 403 

District No. 3— J. R. Miller, Panama City. 
District No. 4 — John Pitts, Panama City. 
District No. 5— B. V. Buchanan, West Bay. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

A. Crawford Mosley, Panama City. 
Buddy McLemore, Panama City. 
T, P. Haney, Panama City. 
James M. Mowatt, Lynn Haven. 
Charles E. Collins, Panama City Beach. 

BRADFORD 

COUNTY SEAT — STARKE 

County Judge — Theron A, Yawn, Jr. 

Sheriff— P. D. Reddish. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Charles A. Darby. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Gene Long. 

Tax Collector— J. R. Kelly. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Harmon P. Morgan. 

County Surveyor — Harry A. Anthony. 

Supervisor of Registration — Marian L. Crosby. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harold K. Norman, Lawtey. 
District No. 2— E. L. Crawford, Starke. 
District No. 3 — H. A. Bushop, Jr., Starke. 
District No. 4 — Jessie R. Chastain, Hampton. 
District No. 5— M. O. Harrell, Brooker. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Dan W. Starling, Lawtey. 
W. C. Powell, Starke. 
Ethan A. Sapp, Lake Butler. 
Thornton Johns, Hampton. 
H. A. Lawson, Starke. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— F. C. Hodges, Starke. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. L. Silcox, Starke. 
District No. 8— Felix M. Sullivan, Starke. 



404 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

BREVARD 

COUNTY SEAT TITUSVILLE 

County Judge — Virgil B. Conkling. 

Sheriff — James W. Dunn. 

Clerk Circuit Court — G. M. Simmons. 

County Assessor of Taxes — M. (Joe) Edwards. 

Tax Collector— J. D. Nash. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Woodrow J. Darden. 

County Surveyor — Frank P. Schuster. 

Supervisor of Registration — Edna S. Carlile. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Samuel A. Harper. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Bernard Parrish, Titusville. 
District No. 2— D. S. Nesbit, Merrit Island. 
District No. 3— Max K. Rodes, Melbourne. 
District No. 4 — Curtis R. Barnes, Cocoa, 
District No. 5 — Joe H. Wickham, Eau Gallie. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Robert H. Hudson, Titusville. 
Stuart A. Clark, Cocoa. 
Aubrey R. Bates, Eau Gallie. 
Dale P. Jacobus, Melbourne. 
Mrs. Elsie B. LaRoche, Cocoa. 

CANAVERAL PORT AUTHORITY 

District No. 1 — A. A. Dunn, Mims. 

District No. 2— W. O. B. Chittenden, Titusville. 

District No. 3— Mayo Hill, Cocoa. 

District No. 4 — G. W. Laycock, Rockledge. 

District No. 5 — ^Kelly L. Brinson, Merritt Island. 

BROWARD 

COUNTY SEAT — FORT LAUDERDALE 

County Judge — Boyd H. Anderson. 

Sheriff — Justice A. Lloyd. 

Clerk Circuit Court— Frank H. Marks. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — W. E. Bunch, Jr. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — Louis Weissing. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Emmerson Allsworth. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 405 

County Assessor of Taxes — L. O. Hansen. 

Tax Collector— W. H. Meeks, Jr. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Raymond R. Maxwell. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Easter L. Gates. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Dorr S. Davis. 

Judge of the Court of Crimes — Thomas F. Tompkins, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George C. Petersen, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 2 — H. Vivian Saxon, Pompano Beach. 
District No. 3— John W. Bell, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 4 — ^Tony Salvino, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 5 — J. Herbert Burke, Hollywood. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

A. Wesley Parrish, Pompano Beach. 

Joseph J. Marquette, Ft. Lauderdale. 

John O. Calvin, Hollywood. 

H. Don Moore, Dania. 

Robert E. Ferris, Ft. Lauderdale. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. Bruce Gaskin, Deerfield. 
District No. 2 — Eunice C. Rencher, Pompono Beach. 
District No. 3— M. B. Delegal, Oakland Park. 
District No. 4— Ted P. Galatis, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 6 — Leonard H. Brooke, Dania. 
District No. 7 — Paul Bultman, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 8 — ^William J. Young, Hollywood. 
District No. 9— H. E. Bouldin, Hallandale. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Andrew M. Brown, Deerfield Beach. 
District No. 2 — Virgil Wright, Pompono Beach. 
District No. 3 — H. Layton Mainguy, Oakland Park. 
District No. 4— Robert G. Phillips, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 6— Cleo K. Phillips, Dania. 
District No. 7 — Raymond S. Henderson, Ft. Lauderdale. 
District No. 8 — F. D. (Joe) Johansen, Hollywood. 
District No. 9— A. P. Hilliard, Hallandale. 



406 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

R. T, Spangler, Port Everglades Station, Ft. Lauderdale. 

PORT COMMISSIONERS, BROWARD COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY 

District 1 — E. J. Crowells, Hollywood. 

District 1 — Nelson DeBan, Hallandale. 

District 2 — Igor A. Dart, Dania. 

District 3 — Wellington P. Hartman, Ft. Lauderdale. 

District 3 — George Sawallis, Ft. Lauderdale. 

NAPOLEON B. BROWARD DRAINAGE DISTRICT 

L. Winkelhake, Ft. Lauderdale. 

CALHOUN 

COUNTY SEAT BLOUNTSTOWN 

County Judge — Sidney Parrish. 

Sheriff— W. C. Reeder. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. A. Peacock. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. K. Musgrove. 

Tax Collector— J. Drew Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — George Atkins. 

Supervisor of Registration — Walton Bozeman. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Woodrow Aultman, Blountstown. 
District No. 2— Albert Tindell, Altha. 
District No. 3— C. W. Shelton, Rt. 2, Altha. 
District No. 4 — Ben H. Stone, Jr., Blountstown. 
District No. 5 — D. M. Cox, Blountstown. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Raymond Branton, Blountstown. 
E. Z. Kearce, Blountstown. 
Preston Nichols, Altha. 
L. E. Porter, Blountstown. 
J. H. Bamburg, Clarksville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — G. T. Glass, Blountstown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Ralph Horne, Blountstown. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 407 

CHARLOTTE 

COUNTY SEAT PUNTA GORDA 

County Judge — John T. Rose, Jr. 

Sheriff — Travis Parnell. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. T. Lawhome, Punta Gorda. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude Roberts. 

Tax Collector— Mrs. E. B. Yeager. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Homer L. Jones. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Edward L. Gerson. 

County Attorney — Earl D. Farr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. L. V. King. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — James E. Miller, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 2 — Shuby E. Locklear, Punta Gorda. 
District No. 3 — H. H. Anger, Englewood. 
District No. 4— H. S. O'Neal, Charlotte Harbor. 
District No. 5 — John R. Jack, Jr., Punta Gorda. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

W. S. Hancock, Punta Gorda. 
L. A. Ainger, Englewood. 
J. T. Manning, Punta Gorda. 
Mrs. Harry Hartt, Punta Gorda. 
Elmer Silcox, Punta Gorda. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 & 2— Harry R. Goulding, Punta Gorda. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 & 2— Thomas E. Koon, Punta Gorda. 

CITRUS 

COUNTY SEAT — INVERNESS 

County Judge — O. Frank Scofield. 

Sheriff — Burton R. Quinn. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Francis Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Hugh C. Barco. 

Tax Collector — E. Van Anderson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Harry K. Buie, Inverness. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ernest C. Johnston. 



408 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harley Levins, Crystal River. 
District No. 2 — Clyde Byrd, Homosassa. 
District No. 3 — Ellis H. Roberts, Lecanto. 
District No. 4 — James E. Rooks, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — Robert N. Gilstrap, Inverness. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Mrs. Emma E. Bellah, Hernando. 
Ernest Hay, Crystal River. 
Flossie Bassett, Floral City. 
Ralph F. Rooks, Crystal River. 
H. L. Connell, Inverness. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — O. C. Roddenberry, Dunnellon. 
District No. 3 — Nicholas J. Solyer, Hernando. 
District No. 4— John W. Daniels, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — S. O. Porter, Inverness. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Johnnie W. Hamilton, Crystal River. 
District No. 2 — John J. Brown, Crystal River. 
District No. 3 — Baker Miley, Hernando. 
District No. 4— Clyde B. Peters, Floral City. 
District No. 5 — Dannis Wilkins, Inverness. 

CLAY 

COUNTY SEAT — GREEN COVE SPRINGS 

County Judge — Thomas J. Rivers. 

Sheriff— J. P. Hall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George L. Carlisle. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude H. Smith. 

Tax Colector — E. Wayne Geiger. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Hirris C. Long. 

Supervisor of Registration — L. E. Wilson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Luther E. Wilson, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2 — Walter Odum, Doctors Inlet. 
District No. 3 — Marvin Green, Middleburg. 
District No. 4 — O. J. Murrhee, Keystone Heights. 
District No. 5 — L. H. Lancaster, Green Cove Springs. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 409 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

C. M. Burkhalter, Sr., Perry Farms. 
W. Ernest Cherry, Doctors Inlet. 
Frances W. Morgan, Keystone Heights. 
Jack Wilkinson, Maxville. 
LeRoy Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

David L. Talbott, Green Cove Springs. 
Joel L. Stevens, Orange Park. 
Chas. B. Frisbee, Middleburg. 
T. M. Finley, Lake Geneva. 
Thelma Stallings, Green Cove Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James Knowles, Green Cove Springs. 
District No. 2— Carl E. Mosley, Orange Park. 
District No. 3 — Irvin Padgett, Middleburg. 
District No. 4— W. F. Cooley, Starke. 
District No. 5 — Joe Herbert, Green Cove Springs. 

COLLIER 

COUNTY SEAT — EVERGLADES 

County Judge — S. S. JoUey. 

Sheriff— E. A. (Doug) Hendry. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edmond F. Scott. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. W. McLeod. 

Tax Collector — A. P. Ayers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. D. Reynolds. 

Supervisor of Registration — G. C. Luther. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. M. Davidson, Everglades. 
District No. 2 — ^W. J. Janes, Copeland. 
District No. 3— R. H. Goodlette, Naples. 
District No. 4 — Henry B. Watkins, Jr., Naples. 
District No. 5 — Ewell F, Moore, Immokalee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

C. L. Strandberg, Everglades. 
C. L. Clifton, Everglades. 



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Elva B. Griffis, Marco. 
Leo R, Chickering, Naples. 
W. M. Littlefield, Immokalee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Alvin Gerish, Everglades. 
District No. 3— G. E. Carroll, Naples. 
District No. 4 — O. W. Hancock, Immokalee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Joseph M. Hunter, Everglades. 
District No. 3— R. G. Sharp, Naples. 
District No. 4 — Joe P. Brown, Immokalee. 

NAPLES MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

Lovell C. Meadors, Jr., Naples. 
E. L. Bowling, Naples. 
Gale H. Cones, Naples. 

COLUMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT LAKE CITY 

County Judge — Archie Buie, Jr. 

Sheriff— Ralph Witt. 

Clerk Circuit Court— G. W. Robarts. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Theo. J. Kirby. 

Tax Collector — Alvin C. Hosford. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Buford H. Galloway. 

County Attorney — ^W. Joe Ferguson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ernest Green. 

County Surveyor — B. G. Moore. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— P. M. Sandlin, Lake City. 
District No. 2 — Van Giebeig, Lake City. 
District No. 3 — James R. Tison, Lake City. 
District No. 4— R. P. Dicks, Lake City. 
District No. 5 — Robert F. Bedanbaugh, Lake City. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Israel E. Hunter, Lake City. 
H. C. Pope, Fort White. 
L. J. Arnold, Jr., Lake City. 



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W. A. Bailey, Lulu. 

X. L. Lindsey, Lake City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6— J. B. Sparkman, Fort White. 
District No. 10— F. W. Bedenbaugh, Lake City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6-^ohn W. Martin, Fort White. 
District No. 10 — Harry K. Roberts, Lake City. 

DADE 

COUNTY SEAT — MIAMI 

Judge— W. F. Blanton. 
Judge, Additional: Frank B. Dowling. 
Sheriff— Thomas J. Kelly. 
Clerk Circuit Court — E. B. Leatherman. 
Clerk Criminal Court Record — J. F. McCracken. 
Judge Criminal Court of Record — Ben C. Willard. 
Judge Court of Crimes — Gene Williams. 
Judge Civil Court of Record — David J, Heffeman. 
Judge Civil Court of Record — Norman Hendry. 
Judge Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court — Walter H. Beck- 
ham. 
Judge Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court — W. R. Culbreath. 
County Assessor of Taxes — John A. Gautier. 
Tax Collector — Earnest Overstreet. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Joe Hall. 
County Surveyor — Edwin R. Brownell. 
Supervisor of Registration — Carl Holmer, Jr. 
Purchasing Agent and County Auditor — Wm. D. Joyce. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Sidney L. Segall, Miami. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Raymond G. Nathan. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Faris N. Cowart, Miami. 
District No. 2 — Edwin Lee Mason, Opa Locka. 
District No. 3— John B. McLeod, Miami. 
District No. 4 — Ralph A. Fossey, Miami, 
District No. 5— Charles F. Hall, Miami Beach. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Robert S. Butler, Miami. 

Mrs. Helene J. Vosloh, Miami Springs. 

C. Raymond Van Dusen, Coral Gables. 

E. L. Allsworth, Miami. 

Anna Brenner Meyers, Miami Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Hugh F. DuVal, Jr., Miami. 
District No. 2 — Francis J. Christie, Miami. 
District No. 3 — Ruth L. Sutton, Coral Gables. 
District No. 4 — Sylvester P. Adair, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Malvin Englander, Miami Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. M. Hudson, Miami. 
District No. 2 — George F. Rogers, Miami. 
District No. 3 — Thelma R. Hardison, Miami. 
District No. 4 — George E. Wright, Homestead. 
District No. 5 — Rocky Pomerance — Miami Beach. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

J. A. Guyton, Miami. 

DeSOTA 

county seat — arcadia 
County Judge — Gordon Hayes. 
Sheriff — Lloyd Holton. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Leslie E. Avant. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Margaret McAnly. 
Tax Collector — Quitmon Brown. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Charles O. Weaver. 
Prosecuting Attorney — William Dishong. 
Supervisor of Registration — Tom W. Pate. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Harold Gamer, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — J. Maston Bates, Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — Arthur D. Shelfer, Arcadia. 
District No. 4— S. N. Smith, Nocatee. 
District No. 5 — J. A. Craft, Arcadia. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — J. F. HoUingsworth, Arcadia. 
District No. 2 — Geo. W. Boring, Arcadia. 
District No. 3 — Harold S. Johnson, Nocatee. 
District No. 4 — E. J. Yelvington, Arcadia. 
District No. 5 — Thomas R. Brown, Arcadia. 

DIXIE 

COUNTY SEAT — CROSS CITY 

County Judge — Ike C. Harmon. 

Sheriff — Al Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cauley C. Copeland. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. B. Sanders. 

Tax Collector— D. E. Butler. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Hilton F. Jones. 

Supervisor of Registration — ^Willie Gene Odlund. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Warren Barber, Cross City. 
District No. 2— J. O. Green, Old Town. 
District No. 3 — Hal Chewing, Cross City. 
District No. 4— C. C. Wilder, Cross City. 
District No. 5 — George Peacock, Horse Shoe Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Ethel May Driggers George, Old Town. 
Hildred McCaskill, Cross City. 
Grady Hires, Steinhatchee. 
W. L. Stephenson, Branford. 
H. A. Langston, Cross City. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

None. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Jack Fuquay, Cross City. 
District No. 2— Edgar Futch, Cross City. 

DUVAL 

COUNTY SEAT — JACKSONVILLE 

County Judge — McKenney J. Davis. 
Sheriff— Al Cahill. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Leonard W. Thomas. 
Clerk Criminal Court Record — Kathleen L. Hartley. 
Judge Criminal Court of Record — Wm. T. Harvey. 
Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Lacy Mahon, Jr. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Leon E. Forbes. 
Tax Collector — Clyde H. Simpson. 
Superintendent Public Instruction — Ish Brant. 
Supervisor of Registration — Fleming H. Bowden. 
Judge Small Claims Court — J. Henry Taylor. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. B. Mallard, Sr., Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — Ray Greene, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — Joe F. Hammond, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Julian Warren, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Joe Burnett, Jacksonville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Raymond A. David, Jacksonville. 
Martinez Baker, Jacksonville. 
A. E. (Gene) Stokes, Whitehouse. 
Lassiter A. Mason, Jacksonville. 
Ned Pete Searcy, Jacksonville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — R. D. Pendarvis, Jr., Dismore. 

District No. 3— L. C. Oliver, P O Box 85, Baldwin. 

District No. 4— Geo. A. Harris, 723 N. McDuff Ave., Jackson- 
ville. 

District No. 5 — D. Harley Giddens, P O Box 416, Jacksonville 
Beach. 

District No. 8— Steve J. Targonski, P O Box 8, Bayard. 

District No. 9— Genevieve K. Medlock, 344 W. 62nd St., Jack- 
sonville. 

District No. 10 — Dorcas B. Drake, 724 Liberty St., Jackson- 
ville. 

District No. 11— Sarah Bryan, 422 W. 8th St., Jacksonville. 

District No. 12— T. O. (Tom) Holmes, 1506 Hendricks Ave., 
Jacksonville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— D. M. Keen, Dinsmore. 

District No. 3— Emory V. Roberts, P O Box 118, Baldwin. 



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District No. 4— Lonnie A. Sikes, 723 N. McDuff Ave., Jack- 
sonville. 

District No. 5 — Frank E. Brunson, Jr., P O Box 291, Jackson- 
ville Beach. 

District No. 8— R. G . (Judge) Hartley, Rt. 8, Box 852, Jack- 
sonville. 

District No. 9 — George H. Brown, Jr., 3841 Notter Ave., Jack- 
sonville. 

District No. 10 — J. R. Carmichael, 724 Liberty St., Jackson- 
ville. 

District No. 11— A. M. Stephens, 2549 Ernest St., Jackson- 
ville. 

District No. 12— W. T. (Bill) Woodward, 5676 Orangewood 
Road, Jacksonville. 

CIVIL SERVICE BOARD 

District No. 1 — Carl M. Taylor, Jacksonville. 
District No. 2 — Walter N. Pace, Jacksonville. 
District No. 3 — James E. Ross, Jacksonville. 
District No. 4 — Paul R. Akin, Jacksonville. 
District No. 5 — Marshall E. Heeth, Jacksonville. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(Duval County) 
D. Byron King, Jacksonville. 

ESCAMBIA 

COUNTY SEAT PENSACOLA 

County Judge — Harvey E. Page. 

Sheriff— Emmett Shelby. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Langley Bell. 

Judge of the Court of Record — Ernest E. Mason, 

Judge of the Court of Record — Kirke M. Beall, Pensacola. 

Clerk of the Court of Record — Ernie Lee Magaha. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Wm. J. Woodham, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Joe Oldmixon. 

County Assessor of Taxes — M. B. Jones. 

Tax Collector — Ben L. Davis. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Vincent A. Caro, Pensacola. 
District No. 2— A. S. Cobb, Pensacola. 



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District No. 3— Clint Reilly, Pensacola. 
District No. 4 — John R. Jones, Pensacola. 
District No. 5— W. M. Powell, Pensacola. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

A. S. Edwards, Pensacola. 
F. M. Blount, Pensacola. 
A. F. Vaughn, Atmore, Ala. 
L. D. McArthur, Pensacola. 
Irving F. Welch, Pensacola. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Edna Brazwell, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — L. B. Morgan, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — E. G. Archer, Cantonment. 
District No. 4 — Billy Glenn Ward, Atmore, Ala. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — J. E. Harrison, Pensacola. 
District No. 2 — W. J. Kelson, Pensacola. 
District No. 3 — Nolen L. Booker, Cantonment. 
District No. 4— Grover C. Blanton, MeDavid. 

FLAGLER 

COUNTY SEAT — BUNNELL 

County Judge — Duane A. Deen. 

Sheriff — Homer W. Brooks. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ralph E. Harbert. 

County Assessor of Taxes — D. D. Moody. 

Tax Collector— J. F. Mercer. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Z. D. Holland. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Gladys Deen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John A. Clegg, Bunnell. 
District No. 2 — George E. Wickline, Flagler Beach. 
District No. 3— C. H. Cowart, Bunnell. 
District No. 4 — Alfred R. Tucker, Bunnell. 
District No. 5 — E. A. Hunter, Bunnell. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Herschel C. King, Bunnell. 
Raymon Tucker, Bunnell. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 417 

W. L. Dunson, Bunnell. 

Harold D. Emery. 

J. H. McKnight, Jr., Bunnell. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— R. A. Powell, Bunnell. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Philip A. Edmondson, Bunnell. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(Flagler County) 
O. F. Alford, Bunnell. 



FRANKLIN 

COUNTY SEAT APALACHICOLA 

County Judge — Raymond M. Witherspoon. 

Sheriff— Herbert O. Marshall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Robert L. Howell. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Fred W. Richards. 

Tax Collector — Oscar C. Melvin. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Curtis McLean. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Clyde Brown. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Clifford C. Land, East Point. 
District No. 2 — Peter W. Comforter, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3 — J. G. Bruce, Apalachicola. 
District No. 4 — Phillip O. Schoelles, Apalachicola. 
District No. 5— H. L. Cook, Carrabelle. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Mrs. Catherine Floyd, Apalachicola. 
District No. 2 — J. P. Massey, Carabelle. 
District No. 3 — Geo. W. Creamer, East Point. 
District No. 4 — Paul Wasmund, Apalichicola. 
District No. 5 — Harry H. Falk, Apalachicola. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clyde M. Melvin, Apalachicola. 
District No. 3— Huston Miller, East Point. 



418 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GADSDEN 

COUNTY SEAT QUINCY 

County Judge — H. Y. Reynolds. 

Sheriff— Otho Edwards. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Edwin Baur. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Tewy McPherson. 

Tax Collector — Clinton Bassett. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — M. D. Walker. 

Prosecuting Attorney — William D. Doss. 

Supervisor of Registration — J Love Hutchinson. 

County Surveyor — James D. Shelfer. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Fred G. Shelfer, Havana. 
District No. 2 — E. Perry Woodward, Quincy. 
District No. 3 — Homer B. Hirt, Chattahoochee. 
District No. 4 — Thomas Smith, Quincy. 
District No. 5— T. L. Maxwell, Quincy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Cecil V. Butler, Havana. 
John C. Hinson, Quincy. 
Edward H. Fletcher, Greensboro. 
C. O. Bevis, Chattahoochee. 
H. E. (Gene) Morgan, Quincy. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. A. McDearmid, Quincy. 
District No. 9 — A. K. Gholson, Chattahoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Adrian Anderson, Quincy. 

District No. 9 — Edward D. Shepard, Chattahoochee. 

GILCHRIST 

COUNTY SEAT TRENTON 

County Judge — E. M. Akins. 

Sheriff— Clyde L. Williams. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Horace Thomas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. M. Quincey. 

Tax Collector— M. J. Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Carl Roberts. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Nellie Langston. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 419 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Jack Rowell, Trenton, 
District No. 2— Cecil Corbin, Wilcox. 
District No. 3— W. O. Cannon, Bell. 
District No. 4— Cecil Perkins, Bell. 
District No. 5 — Eudell Watson, High Springs. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Stacey Quincey, Trenton. 

C. K. Bryant, Trenton. 
Evans Sanders, Bell. 
Clyde Townsend, Bell. 
Aubrey J. Watson, High Springs. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— Paul Everett, Trenton. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— N. L. Curry, Trenton. 

GLADES 

COUNTY SEAT MOORE HAVEN 

County Judge — J. M. Couse. 

Sheriff — Roy D. Lundy. 

Clerk Circuit Courts. H. Dilley. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. C. Sealey. 

Tax Collector— Cecil Y. Pape. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Edgar D. Lee. 

Supervisor of Registration — Esther B. Klutts. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District. No. 1— J. S. Aly, Moore Haven. 
District No. 2— Thomas W. Coker, LaBelle. 
District No. 3 — William H. Peeples, More Haven. 
District No. 4 — Vance W. Whidden, Moore Haven. 
District No. 5 — L. N. Journigan, Moore Haven. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Broward M. Daniel, Moore Haven. 
W. G. Perry, Moore Haven. 

D. C. Settle, Moore Haven. 
Wendell Howard, Moore Haven. 
Lorena Skipper, Moore Haven. 



420 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

GULF 
COUNTY SEAT — WEWAHITCHKA 

County Judge — Sam P. Husband. 

Sheriff— Byrd E. Parker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Geo. Y. Core. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Samuel A. Patrick. 

Tax Collector — Harland O. Pridgeon. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Thomas A. Owens. 

Supervisor of Registration — C. G. Rish (Mrs.) 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — A. J. Strickland, Wewakitchka. 
District No. 2— E. C. Harden, Sr., Wewahitchka. 
District No. 3 — G. S. Croxton, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 4— J. C. Price, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 5 — George W. Cooper, Port St. Joe. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

District No. 1 — Clyde F. Brogdon, Wewahitchka. 
District No. 2— Carter Ward, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 3— Fennon Talley, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 4— C. E. Boyer, Port St. Joe. 
District No. 5 — J. A. Whitfield, Wewahitchka. 

HAMILTON 

COUNTY SEAT JASPER 

County Judge — Ernest Rutledge. 

Sheriff — Charlie Rhoden. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Miss Thelma Lewis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. W. Register. 

Tax Collector — Naomi Johns. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Harry T. Reid. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ann C. Malpas. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — R. L. Cunningham, Jennings. 
District No. 2 — S. L. Smith, Jennings. 
District No. 3 — Maurice Bennett, Jasper. 
District No. 4 — Aaron Hogan, White Springs. 
District No. 5 — Jerry Smith, Jasper. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 421 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Bryant Deas, Jennings. 

Allen B. Tyre, Jasper. 

Mrs. Lillian S. Saunders, White Springs. 

Frank Matthews, Jasper. 

Clyde Hunter, White Springs. 

HARDEE 

COUNTY SEAT — ^WAUCHULA 

County Judge — Clyde Maddox. 

Sheriff— E. Odell Carlton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ben Coker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Anna Mae Taylor. 

Tax Collector— Curtis Ezell. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — H. B. Dominick. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lome Yetter. 

County Prosecuting Attorney — Latimer C. Farr, Wauchula. 

County Attorney to Board of County Commissioners — Hoyt 

Carlton. 
County Attorney to School Board — John J. Nedza. 

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 — Luke Waldron, Zolfo Springs. 
District No. 5 — Aldon Jones, Wauchula. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Earl C. Garrett, Bowling Green. 
R. L. (Bob) Fisher, Wauchula. 
Albert T. Pace, Zolfo Springs. 
T. J. Simmons, Wauchula. 
D. R. Stewart, Zolfo Springs. 

HENDRY 

COUNTY SEAT — ^LA BELLE 

County Judge — R. M. Harris. 
Sheriff— Bill Maddox. 



422 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Clerk Circuit Court — Dorothy Moore. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dennis Small. 

Tax CoUector— A. O. Ward. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Agnes Y. Thomas. 

County Attorney — Harry P. Johnson. 

Supervisor of Registration — John L. Hall. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Campbell E. Nail, Clewiston. 
District No. 2— J. O. Davidson, LaBelle. 
District No. 3 — Gene Harn, LaBelle. 
District No. 4 — R. C. Nowling, Clewiston. 
District No. 5 — Gratton H. George, Clewiston. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

R. M. Hare, Jr., Clewiston. 
Mildred Taylor Feller, LaBelle. 
Judson B. Francis, LaBelle. 
John B. Boy, Clewiston. 
Abner H. Vann, Clewiston. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Charles B. Owens, Clewiston. 
District No, 2— Wesley G. Starling, LaBelle. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— G. H. Small, Clewiston. 
District No. 2— O. L. Langford, Jr., LaBelle. 

HERNANDO 

COUNTY SEAT — BROOKSVILLE 

County Judge — Monroe W. Treiman. 

Sheriff — Sim L. Lowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Leamon Q. Varn. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Sidney F. Dick. 

Tax Collector — Irene B. Kilpatrick. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John W. Hall. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ada C. Law. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. T. Patrick, Brooksville. 



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District No. 2 — Thos. R. Dawson, Brooksville. 
District No. 3 — Guy Harris, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — Arthur L. Snow, Brooksville. 
District No. 5 — James Griffin, Brooksville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Frank W. Springstead, Brooksville. 

B. A. Crum, Brooksville. 

Pierce K. Kimbrough, Brooksville. 

E. J. Cook, Brooksville. 

Fred G. Lewis, Brooksville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 4— W. E. Hope, Brooksville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Wilbur Smith, Brooksville. 
District No. 4 — Joe Plummer, Brooksville. 

HIGHLANDS 

COUNTY SEAT — SEBRING 

County Judge — Mervin Rehrer. 

Sheriff — Broward Coker. 

Clerk Circuit Court— H. T. Piety. 

County Assessor of Taxes — P. G. Gearing. 

Tax Collector— J. Colin De Shong. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Fred Wild. 

Supervisor of Registration — R. X. Droit. 

Judge Small Claims Court — David F. Lanier. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— M. H. Grice, Avon Park. 
District No. 2 — Arthur J. Tubbs, Sebring. 
District No. 3— Sol McClelland, Cornwell. 
District No. 4 — James G. Creel, Lake Placid. 
District No. 5 — Sidney W. Cooper, Sebring. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

E. Ray Wells, Avon Park. 
Ted R. Cason, Sebring. 
Frank A. Eyman, Lake Placid. 
S. F. Longbottom, Avon Park. 



424 ^ REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 
Henry G. Bailey, Sebring. 

HILLSBOROUGH 

COUNTY SEAT TAMPA 

County Judge — Wm. C. Brooker. 

Sheriff— Ed. Blackburn, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — James F. Taylor, Jr. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — L. D. Simmons. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — L. A. Grayson. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Paul B. Johnson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. R. Walden. 

Tax Collector — Anthony Schleman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Crockett Farnell. 

County Surveyor — Edw. H. Burton. 

Supervisor of Registration — John C. Dekle. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Elbert Moore, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — Rudy H. Rodriguez, Tampa. 
District No, 3 — Roy Haynes, Tampa. 
District No. 4— Earl W. Simmons, Plant City. 
District No. 5 — Ellsworth G. Simmons, Ruskin. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Al Chiaramonte, Tampa. 
Marvin D. Green, Tampa. 
C. Leon King, Tampa. 
John A. Coleman, Plant City. 
Clyde F. McLeod, Riverview. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. Marion Hendry, Tampa. 
District No. 2— Ward HoUoway, Plant City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Malcolm E. Beard, Tampa. 
District No. 2 — James L. Brannen, Plant City. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BUDGET BOARD 

District 1 — Joseph A. Falsone, Tampa. 
District 2 — ^Russell S. Bogue, Tampa. 



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District 3 — Wm, Henry Claywell, Tampa. 
District 4 — George A. Carey, Tampa. 
District 5 — Paul B. Dickman, Ruskin. 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

District 1 — Joe M. Carballal, Tampa. 
District 2 — H. Grady Lester, Jr., Tampa. 
District 3 — Harold A. Coates, Tampa. 
District 4— L. E. Morgan, Jr., Plant City. 
District 5— W. D. Miller, Ruskin. 

HOLMES 

COUNTY SEAT — BONIFAY 

County Judge — Comer White. 

Sheriff — Cletus Andrews. 

Clerk Circuit Court — J. B. Helms. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. L. Slay. 

Tax Collector — Gordon Clemmons. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William Shouppe Howell, 

Bonifay. 
Supervisor of Registration — Julius Phillips. 
County Attorney — J. Paul Griffith. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— R. M. Ward, Ponce de Leon. 
District No. 2 — Orwin Jones, Westville. 
District No. 3 — Sam Ard, Bonifay. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Culles Brown, Bonifay. 
District No. 5 — L. D. Crews, Caryville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Clarence G. Phillips, Bonifay. 
Fred H. Stripling, Westville. 
James Rufus Vaughn, Westville. 
Willis A. Hardy, Bonifay. 
M. F. Pate, Bonifay. 

INDIAN RIVER 

COUNTY SEAT — VERO BEACH 

County Judge— Otis M. Cobb. 
Sheriff— Sam T. Joyce. 



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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 — D. C. Smith. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Rosemary Richey. 

Judge Small Claims Court — J. Pasco Woods. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Donald Macdonald, Sebastian. 
District No. 2 — J. J. P. Hamilton, Winter Beach. 
District No. 3 — Robert W. Graves, Vero Beach 
District No. 4 — W. C. Graves, Jr., Vero Beach. 
District No. 5— D. B. McCullers, Jr., Vero Beach. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Marland L. Medlin, Fellsmere. 
Jeanette B. Merriman, Vero Beach. 
O. D. Honeywell, Vero Beach. 
Sarah F. Diamond, Vero Beach. 
L. D. Baker, Wabasso. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

C. B. Johnson, Vero Beach. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER MOSQUITO 
CONTROL DISTRICT 

E. W. Vickers, Sebastian. 

Thomas Jefferson Waters, Vero Beach. 

J. R. Graves, Vero Beach. 

JACKSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MARIANNA 

County Judge — Robert L. McCrary, Jr. 

Sheriff — Roy Roberson. 

Clerk Circuit Court— E. W. Bowles. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Harvey E. Sexton. 

Tax Collector — Leo Sims. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John D. Milton. 

County Attorney — Clyde Mayhall. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Lee Mitchell Williams. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. K. Powell, Graceville. 
District No. 2 — W. Addison Cogburn, Cottondale. 
District No. 3 — William E. Pace, Marianna. 
District No. 4 — Penn King, Grand Ridge. 
District No. 5 — T. W. Patrick, Bascom. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

J. M. Cooper, Jr., Graceville. 
R. B. Beall, Marianna. 
Charles E. Olive, Greenwood. 
Hubert F. Brock, Cottondale. 
T. J. Lanier, Sneads. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6— A. B. Tidwell, Marianna. 
District No. 12— H. L. Herring, Malone. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 6 — Leo Calloway, Marianna. 
District No. 12— S. P. Hall, Malone. 
District No. 14 — W. F. Thomas, Graceville. 

JEFFERSON 

COUNTY SEAT — MONTICELLO 

County Judge — Kenneth E. Cooksey. 

Sheriff— J. B. Thomas. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ike Anderson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — S. C. Walker. 

Tax Collector— R. J. Taylor. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Desmond M. Bishop. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Henry C. Hamilton. 

Supervisor of Registration — Ed Ritter, Jr. 

Judge Small Claims Court — ^W. M. Scruggs, Sr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Norman H. Hartsfield, Monticello. 
District No. 2— George DeMott, Aucilla. 
District No. 3— Ed B. Bailey, Jr., Monticello. 
District No. 4 — Lester C. Lawrence, Monticello. 
District No. 5— Butler Walker, Lloyd. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

L. G. Morris, Monticello. 
Arthur L. Herndon, Monticello. 
W. H. Floyd, Lamont. 
J. Franklin Wooten, Monticello. 
B. F. Hightower — Wacissa. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 6 & 6-A— David L. Cone, Monticello. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 5 — J. P. Cooksey, Jr., Lloyd. 

District No. 6 & 6-A— John Ashley Woods, Monticello. 

District No. 7— William T. Fulford, Sr., Lamont. 

District No. 8— Clyde C. Home, Aucilla. 

District No. 9— C. M. Peters, Lamont. 

District No. 11 — Myers Williams, Wacissa. 

LAFAYETTE 

COUNTY SEAT MAYO 

County Judge— Guy M. McClain. 

Sheriff— J. W. Pridgeon. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Tom Gaskin. 

County Assessor of Taxes — G. W. Hicks, Jr. 

Tax Collector— Thetis F. Dees. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Philip A. Clark. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lavern Hicks. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wilson Buchanan, Mayo. 
District No. 2 — Hayward Folsom, Mayo. 
District No. 3— Ovedia McCray, Mayo. 
District No. 4 — Delmer Sapp, Branford. 
District No. 5 — Lewin Jones, Mayo. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Thomas A. Bell, Mayo. 
Herman Frier, Mayo. 
W. M. Cothron, Mayo. 
Marvin O. Sullivan, Mayo. 
Cora McKinney, Mayo. 



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CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — L. J. Byrd, Branford. 
District No. 2— C. F. Hart, Mayo. 

LAKE 

COUNTY SEAT TAVARES 

County Judge— W. Troy Hall, Jr. 

Sheriff— Willis V. McCall. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Frank E. Owens. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. G. Cassady. 

Tax Collector— Mrs. Pearl L. Cullen. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — L. J. Jenkins. 

County Surveyor — T, O. Moorhead. 

Supervisor of Registration — Katherine L. Baker. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Robert E. Pierce. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — George L. Singeltary, Leesburg. 
District No. 2 — J. C. Cowart, Groveland. 
District No. 3 — Jack H. Hooten, Clermont. 
District No. 4— O. M. Simpson, Mount Dora. 
District No. 5 — Fred E. Cross, Altona. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

W. Chester Crowder, Eustis. 
L. M. Holloway, Jr., Leesburg. 
Lacy G. Thomas, Groveland. 
Fred H. Adkinson, Minneola. 
Paul W. Bryan, Umatilla. 

LEE 

COUNTY SEAT — FT. MYERS 

County Judge — Archie Odom. 

Sheriff — Flanders Thompson. 

Clerk Circuit Court— D. T. Farabee. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. Stanley Hanson, Jr. 

Tax Collector — James B. Roberts. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ray Tipton. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Frank A. Pavese. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Clarence Clutz. 



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Judge Small Claims Court — Charles M. Roberts. 
County Surveyor — J. C. Amis, Jr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Mack H. Jones, Fort Myers. 
District No. 2— Alvin Gorton, Ft. Myers. 
District No. 3 — Herman Hastings, Fort Myers. 
District No. 4 — Dawson McDaniel, Fort Myers. 
District No. 5 — Wilson Pigott, Tice. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Earl Hord, St. James City. 
Carl J. Michael, Ft. Myers. 
Burgess Tichenor, Fort Myers. 
C. J. Bowden, Ft. Myers. 
Gilbert H. Moore, Fort Myers. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Kingsmore Johnson, Jr., Boca Grande. 

LEON 

COUNTY SEAT — TALLAHASSEE 

County Judge — James C. Gwynn. 

Sheriff— W. P. Joyce. 

Clerk Circuit Court — George G. Crawford. 

County Assessor of Taxes — John P. Brown. 

Tax Collector— W. Kenneth CoUins. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Amos P. Godby. 

County Surveyor — Frank G. Glenn. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Clinton N. Ashmore. 

Supervisor of Registration — Miss Hattie L. Coles. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — L. B. (Jack) Levins, Tallahassee. 
District No. 2— J. Christie Hall, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3— J. G. Whiddon, Tallahassee. 
District No. 4 — H. G. Easterwood, Tallahassee. 
District No. 5— W. W. Kelley, Tallahassee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

W. T. Moore, Jr., Tallahassee. 
J. D. Johnson, Tallahassee. 



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T. B. Revell, Tallahassee. 

Louis Hill, Tallahassee. 

J. Allen Stiles, Jr., Tallahassee. 



LEVY 

COUNTY SEAT BRONSON 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Anderson. 

Sheriff— J. W. Turner. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ernest Stephens. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Dogan S. Cobb. 

Tax Collector — John H. Hardee. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Alvin E. Mikell. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Louise N. Sale. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Richard J. Brooks. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Carroll W. Gilbert, Bronson. 
District No. 2— David W. Meeks, Chiefland. 
District No. 3— John F. Yearty, Otter Creek. 
District No. 4 — Pete Baylor, Cedar Key. 
District No. 5— Wardell R. Fugate, Williston. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Stuart Brock, Trenton. 
Burton J. Walrath, Cedar Key. 
Elliott Whitehurst, WiUiston. 
Cecil A. Stanley, Chiefland. 
C. G. Petteway, Bronson. 

LIBERTY 

COUNTY SEAT — BRISTOL 

County Judge — R. H. Deason. 

Sheriff — L. C. Rankin. 

Clerk Circuit Court — W. A. Woodward. 

County Assessor of Taxes — W. F. Bateman. 

Tax Collector — A. L. Summers. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Jack H. Summers. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bessie Reece. 



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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Howard Hornsby, Rock Bluff. 
District No. 2 — Arthur G. Preacher, Bristol. 
District No. 3 — Frank J. Kirkland, Sumatra. 
District No. 4 — David L. Sykes, Hosford. 
District No. 5— Joe Edd Ward, Telogia. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Barney H. Stoutamire, Hosford. 
J. A. Walden, Bristol. 
Alfred A. Beck, Telogia. 
Clifford Whittle, Rock Bluff. 
Donald Gregory, Sumatra. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Albert Evans, Bristol. 
District No. 4— J. W. Howell, Hosford. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Rufus Reddick, Bristol. 
District No. 4 — Fate Ferrell, Hosford. 

MADISON 

COUNTY SEAT MADISON 

County Judge — Curtis D. Earp. 

Sheriff — Simeon H. Moore. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Dale M. Leslie. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Angus H. Armstrong. 

Tax Collector— Pat Milliner. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Griffin Bishop. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Ernest M. Page, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Arthur E. Ragans. 

Surveyor — John W. Wadsworth. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Alice C. Williams. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Wilbur G. Rutherford, Madison. 
District No. 2 — Elzie King, Lovett. 
District No. 3 — Grover C. Cone, Greenville. 
District No. 4 — Clarence P. Andrews, Greenville. 
District No. 5 — Coleman Richardson, Madison. 



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MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Alex H. Smith, Madison. 

Russ Dugan, Madison. 

T. P. McLeod, Greenville. 

William Henry Bailey, Jr., Shady Grove. 

Marcus Cherry, Lee. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Frank Littleton, Madison. 
District No. 2— Clyde Walker, Madison. 
District No. 5 — A. L. Leggett, Greenville. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — James E. Collins, Madison. 
District No. 2— A. E. Fraleigh, Jr., Madison. 
District No. 5 — Albert O. Sistrunk, Greenville. 

MANATEE 

COUNTY SEAT — BRADENTON 

County Judge — Robert E. Hensley. 

Sheriff— Roy F. Baden. 

Clerk Circuit Court— M. T. Mclnnis. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James A. Howze, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Gilbert E. Johnson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — J. Hartley Blackburn. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Walter R. Talley. 

Supervisor of Registration — Lendell Sharer. 

County Surveyor — Carl Squires. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John G. Jones, Bradenton. 
District No. 2— H. C. Slaughter, Palmetto. 
District No. 3 — Irwin Klemmer, Bradenton. 
District No. 4 — Ralph S. Clark, Jr., Bradenton. 
District No. 5 — Tom W. Jennings, Bradenton. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

J. P. Harllee, Jr., Palmetto. 
Robert E. Willis, Bradenton. 
Vernon L. DeSear, Samoset. 
R. H. Prine, Bradenton. 



434 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

Walter W. Council, Terra Ceia. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— C. L. Baker, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — Frank Schaub, Bradenton. 
District No. 11 — Joe E. Michael, Jr., Parrish. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Raymond D. Ely, Palmetto. 
District No. 6 — Henry W. Johnson, Bradenton. 
District No. 11 — T. A. Hendry, Parrish. 

MANATEE COUNTY ANTI MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

John N. McClure, Bradenton. 
H. S. Moody, Bradenton. 
H. B. Miller, Bradenton. 

MARION 

COUNTY SEAT OCALA 

County Judge — D. R. Smith. 

Sheriff— F. L. McGehee. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John F. Nicholson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Ernest C. Nott. 

Tax Collector — L. R. Bracken. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — N. Broward Lovell. 

County Surveyor — Jack W. Jernigan. 

Supervisor of Registration — Fannie R. Pasteur. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — W. L. Tomlinson, Ocala. 
District No. 2— A. B. Folks, Ocala. 
District No. 3 — Vernon Goin, Ocala. 
District No. 4— Geo. W. Mullins, Ocala. 
District No. 5— Juhus C. Martin, Ft. McCoy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

George W. Newson, Ocala. 
Beecher Beck, Ocala. 
L. H. Marsh, Eureka. 
John W. Selph, Ocala. 
Key Scales, Jr., Weirsdale. 



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MARTIN 
COUNTY SEAT STUART 

County Judge — Harris Lowery, Jr. 

Sheriff— Roy C. Baker. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Mrs. Dorothy Pierce. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. C. Courson. 

Tax Collector— L. C. Kickliter. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Thomas L. Crook. 

Prosecuting Attorney — T. T. Oughterson. 

Supervisor of Registration — Zola Blakeslee. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Seymour Gideon, Jensen Beach. 
District No. 2 — Earl J. Ricou, Stuart. 
District No. 3— E. J. Arnold, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — Chas. William Leighton, Stuart. 
District No. 5— Guy F. Boyd, Stuart. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

T. R. Hellier, Jensen Beach. 
Henry G. Kindred, Stuart. 
Ted R. Chambers, Hobe Sound. 
Frank DeStefano, Stuart. 
O. D. Hataway, Indiantown. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — James W. Pegram, Stuart. 
District No. 4 — W. C. Caveny, Indiantown. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2 — Marvin H. Crowe, Hobe Sound. 
District No. 4 — J. A. Dease, Indiantown, 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(Martin County) 
Stanley Kitching, Stuart. 

MONROE 

COUNTY SEAT KEY WEST 

County Judge — Raymond R. Lord. 
Sheriff — John M. Spottswood. 



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Clerk Circuit Court — Earl R. Adams. 

Clerk Criminal Court Record — Harry Dongo. 

Judge Criminal Court Record — Thomas S. Caro. 

Solicitor, Criminal Court Record — Allan B. Cleare, Jr. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Eva Warner Gibson. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Claude A. Gandolfo. 

Tax Collector — Howard E. Wilson. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Horace O'Bryant. 

Supervisor of Registration — William Billy Freeman. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Joe Allen, Key West. 
District No. 2 — William A. Freeman, Jr., Key West. 
District No. 3 — Clarence S. Higgs, Key West. 
District No. 4 — Gerald Saunders, Key West. 
District No. 5 — Harry Harris, Tavernier. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

William R. Warren, Jr., Key West. 
Gerald H. Adams, Key West. 
Keller Watson, Key West. 
Glynn R. Archer, Key West. 
Edney B. Parker, Tavernier. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Ira Franklin Albury, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Roy Hamlin, Key West. 
District No. 3 — George J. Rawlings, Islamorada. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Laura R. Johnson, Key West. 
District No. 2 — Jose Espinosa, Key West. 
District No. 3 — D. M. Andrew, Marathon. 

MONROE COUNTY ANTI-MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Edelmiro Morales, Key West. 
Arthur W. Baker, Marathon. 
Albert W. Moeller, Islamorada. 

NASSAU 

COUNTY SEAT FERNANDINA 

County Judge — J. E. Weatherford. 
Sheriff— H. J. Youngblood. 



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Clerk Circuit Court— T. W. Brown. 

County Assessor of Taxes — E. N. McKendree. 

Tax CoUector— Ira W. Hall. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John T. Weisner. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Marie B. Struss. 

Judge Small Claims Court — E. V. Garcia. 

County Surveyor — Hugh M. Thigpen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John T. Ferreira, Fernandina. 
District No. 2— W. N. Galphin, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 3— H. S. McKendree, Yulee. 
District No. 4— Kelly E. Walker, Hilliard. 
District No. 5— W. M. Rowe, Hilliard. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

William H. Russell, Fernandina Beach. 

Hubert N. Vanzant, Hilliard. 

J. W. Higginbotham, Callahan. 

B. T. O'Quinn, Fernandina Beach. 

W. J. Murray, Fernandina Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Felton N. Moore, Yulee. 
District No. 5 — Leon C. Hodges, Callahan. 
District No. 6—1. T. Blake, Hilliard. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Clements P. Rutishauser, Fernandina Beach. 
District No. 5 — Haywood A. Dyal, Callahan. 
District No. 6 — R. E. Johnson, Hilliard. 

NASSAU GENERAL HOSPITAL 

District 1 — J. M. Oxley, Fernandina Beach. 

District 2 — Mrs. John W. McClane, Sr., Fernandina Beach. 

District 3 — John W. Page, Yulee. 

District 4— Mrs. F. C. Butler, Hilliard. 

District 5— Mrs. T. B. Wells, Jr., Callahan. 

OCEAN HIGHWAY AND PORT AUTHORITY 

Group 1 — Harry D. Johnson, Fernandina Beach. 
Group 2 — Ben Sorrensen, Fernandina Beach. 
Group 3 — C. B. Ingram, Fernandina Beach. 



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Group 4 — R. p. Jones, Fernandina Beach. 
Group 5 — E. E. Lasserre, Fernandina Beach. 

AMELIA ISLAND MOSQUITO CONTROL BOARD 

A. C. Thompson, Jr., Fernandina Beach. 
G. Ralph Wolff, Fernandina Beach. 
Joseph F. Pope, Fernandina Beach. 

OKALOOSA 

COUNTY SEAT CRESTVIEW 

County Judge — Wilbur F. Osborn. 

Sheriff — Ray Wilson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Cecil L. Anchors. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. H. Vaughan. 

Tax Collector — Cortez L. Campbell. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Lance C. Richbour^ 

Supervisor of Registration — Gladys V. Craig. 

County Attorney — William D. Barrow. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Harry Booth. 

County Surveyor — Homer Keen. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— C. L. Fleming, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 2— Malachi King, Ft. Walton Beach. 

District No. 3 — Grady Garrett, Crestview. 

District No. 4 — L. Lunnie Barnes, Baker. 

District No. 5 — Walter S. Spence, Niceville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

S. W. Senterfitt, Laurel Hill. 

J. E. Brunson, Destin. 

I. P. Cadenhead, Crestview. 

H. L. Hilton, Baker. 

L. M. Phelps, Niceville. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Ernest W. Campbell, Laurel Hill. 
District No. 3— J. M. Garrett, Jr., Milligan. 
District No. 6— Howard W. Gill, Ft. Walton Beach. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— W. W. Sanders, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 3 — J. D. Stricklin, Crestview. 

District No. 6 — Carson Turlington, Ft. Walton Beach. 



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OKEECHOBEE 

COUNTY SEAT OKEECHOBEE 

County Judge — C. E. Bryant, Jr. 

Sheriff— J. C. McPherson. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Haynes E. Williams. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Robert La Martin. 

Tax Collector — Athleon Alderman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Omar L. Hunt. 

Prosecuting Attorney — G. C. Durrance. 

Supervisor of Registration — Nora Haskell Bachand. 

County Surveyor — R. E. Willis. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Otis Whitehurst. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Lee Hillis, Okeechobee. 

District No. 2 — Irvin Register, Okeechobee. 

District No. 3 — J. M. Hayes, Okeechobee. 

District No. 4 — Clayton White, Okeechobee. 

District No. 5 — Morise Thomas, Okeechobee. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Harle Williams, Okeechobee. 
Hope L. Hendry, Okeechobee. 
Enola H. Elledge, Okeechobee. 
Hubert Harden, Okeechobee. 
Dozier Smith, Okeechobee. 

ORANGE 

COUNTY SEAT ORLANDO 

County Judge — Roger A. Barker. 

Sheriff— J. D. Starr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Arthur W. Newell. 

Clerk Criminal Court of Record — Charles E. Limpus. 

Judge Criminal Court of Record — W. M. Murphy. 

Solicitor Criminal Court of Record — Richard Cooper. 

Judge Juvenile Court — Mrs. Mattie H. Farmer. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mrs. Helen Bennett. 

Tax Collector — C. A. Cheesman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Robert Earl Kipp. 

County Surveyor — William C. Hart. 



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Supervisor of Registration — Dixie P. Barber. 
Judge Small Claims Court — Sylvan McElroy. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — James T. Cooper, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — John H. Talton, Apopka. 
District No. 3— A. D. Mims, Winter Garden. 
District No. 4 — John T. Murdock, Jr., Orlando. 
District No. 5— Jack W. McDowell, Winter Park. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Bethel B. Turner, Orlando. 
Hermit E, Smith, Apopka. 
William J. Taylor, Jr., Winter Park. 
Robert N. Heintzelman, Orlando. 
Brantley Burcham, Orlando. 

ORANGE COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Floyd L. Land, Orlando. 

District No. 2— Charles E. Wells, Apopka. 

District No. 3 — W. F. Cappleman,Jr., Winter Garden. 

District No. 4 — Ley H. Smith, Orlando. 

District No. 5 — H. C. Buchanan, Winter Park. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— E. G. Duckworth, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Johnie A. McLeod, Apopka. 
District No. 3— C. M. Tucker, Winter Garden. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Melvin H. Wills, Orlando. 
District No. 2 — Fred L. Risener, Apopka. 
District No. 3 — Carl G. Sanders, Ocoee. 

OSCEOLA 

COUNTY SEAT KISSIMMEE 

County Judge — O. P. Johnson. 

Sheriff— Robert M. Buckels. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Glenn Ray. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wade H. Lanier, Jr. 

Tax Collector— W. E. Pound. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — James C. Tyson. 



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Prosecuting Attorney — Phillip R. Kelly. 
County Surveyor — William J. Johnston. 
Supervisor of Registration — Dorothy Barber Purdy. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Oren Brown, Kissimmee. 

District No. 2 — John J. Robertson, Kissimmee. 

District No. 3 — Eugene Simmons, Kissimmee. 

District No. 4 — Leon E. Godwin, St. Cloud. 

District No. 5 — L. J. Harvey, Kenansville. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Clyde E. Story, Kissimmee. 
Ralph Yates, Kissimmee. 
Dan Armstrong, St. Cloud. 
Louise Hettinger, St. Cloud. 
George Kempfer, Deer Park. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — W. Paul Riggs, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— James E. Mozley, St. Cloud. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Mack McClain, Kissimmee. 
District No. 2— Geo. B. Jeffers, 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 — Charles A. Nugent, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — James M. Owens, Jr. 

Tax Collector — Stetson O. Sproul. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Howell L. Watkins. 

Supervisor of Registration — DeWitt Upthegrove. 

Judge Small Claims Court — F. A. Currie. 

County Surveyor — C. Fred Devel. 



442 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Kenneth P. Foster, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 2— Lake Lytal, West Palm Beach. 
District No. 3— Roy E. Michael, Jr., Lake Worth. 
District No. 4 — Ben F. Sundy, Delray Beach. 
District No. 5 — Paul Rardin, Canal Point. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Thurmond W. Knight, Pahokee. 
Robert R. Horner, Palm Beach. 
Elizabeth Hand, Delray Beach. 
Henry O. Earwood, Belle Glade. 
Ralph H. Kettler, West Palm Beach. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Alfred Weeks, Jupiter. 

District No. 2— Kenneth R. Nix, Lake Park. 

District No. 3— Robert H. Eaves, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — Robert C. Johnson, Lake Worth. 

District No. 6 — Martin M. Kellenberger, Delray Beach. 

District No. 7 — Robert T. Bardin, Canal Point. 

District No. 8 — Joseph R. Cherry, Belle Glade. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Glynn E. Mayo, Jupiter. 

District No. 2 — Eugene H. Pulch, Lake Park. 

District No. 3 — Hugh Anderson, West Palm Beach. 

District No. 4 — Thomas K. Evans, Lake Worth. 

District No. 6 — W. B. Wheeler, Delray Beach. 

District No. 7 — Francis W. Cross, Canal Point. 

District No. 8— Buford F. Prescott, Belle Glade. 

PORT COMMISSIONERS FOR THE PORT OF PALM BEACH 

C. Markam Langham, Palm Beach. 
Gleason N. Stambaugh, West Palm Beach. 
Billy B. Burns, West Palm Beach. 

JUPITER INLET DISTRICT 

Roy S. Rood, Jupiter. 
Robert F. Kleiser, Jupiter. 
Benjamin H. Rigg, Jupiter. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 443 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(Pahn Beach County) 
Gleason N. Stambaugh, West Palm Beach. 



PASCO 

COUNTY SEAT DADE CITY 

County Judge — A. J. Hayward, Jr. 

Sheriff — F. L. Bessenger. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Stanley C. Burnside. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Ed Bryant. 

Tax Collector — Cecil L. Smith. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Chester Ward Taylor, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registraton — Mrs. Dove C. Falls. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Gene H. Anvil. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Eric E. Wagner. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Kenneth Smith, Dade City. 

District No. 2~0tis A. Allen, Zephyrhills. 

District No. 3 — Milton E. Godwin, Land-O-Lakes. 

District No. 4 — A. H. Schrader, San Antonio. 

District No. 5 — Arthur H. Stevens, New Port Richey. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Charles F. Touchton, Jr., Dade City. 

Margaretta C. Witt, Zephyrhills. 

Carl Edward Hatcher, New Port Richey. 

C. P. McCabe, San Antonio. 

E. H. Kirkland, Lutz. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George E. Henry, Dade City. 
District No. 2 — D. A. Dowling, New Port Richey. 
District No. 3 — J. G. O'Berry, Lacoochee. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Paul Conner, Dade City. 

District No. 2 — Joseph J. Fraddosio, New Port Richey. 

District No. 3 — Jesse E. Stanley, Lacoochee. 



444 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

WEST PASCO COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

W. P. Stone, Port Richey. 
Dean F. Cox, Port Richey. 
E. F. Swartzel, Elfers. 

PINELLAS 

COUNTY SEAT CLEARWATER 

County Judge — Jack F. White. 
County Judge — (Additional) — Richard A. Miller. 
Sheriff — Sid M. Saunders. 
Clerk Circuit Court — Avery W. Gilkerson. 
County Assessor of Taxes — H. H. Sterling. 
Tax Collector— L. W. Lambert. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Floyd T. Christian. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Royce L. Kilpatrick. 
Supervisor of Registration — Wilda J. Cook. 
County Surveyor — Kenneth A. Brunner. 

Judge of the Civil and Criminal Court of Record — Joseph P. 
McNulty. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edward H. LaVoie, St. Petersburg. 
Distirct No. 2 — Frank R. Hoercher, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 3 — Charles R. Fisher, Clearwater Beach. 
District No. 4 — Evan R. Jenkins, St. Petersburg. 
District No. 5 — R. Hosey Wick, St. Petersburg. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Frances Belcher, Clearwater. 

Charles E. Hellman, Jr., St. Petersburg. 

Justin J. Albaugh, St. Petersburg. 

Elwyn C. Vevier, Clearwater. 

A. Franklin Green, St. Petersburg. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — Robert J. Pauley, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — Ray E. Ulmer, Clearwater. 

District No. 3 — Julius L. Adams, Safety Harbor. 

District No. 4 — J. S. Register, Tarpon Springs. 

District No. 5 — Clyde M. Kissinger, St. Petersburg. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 445 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Earl D. Hitchins, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2 — George D. Massey, Clearwater, 

District No. 3 — Percy P. Vasbinder, Clearwater. 

District No. 4 — Walter H. Carey, Tarpon Springs. 

District No. 5 — Douglas A. Rodenbaugh, Madeira Beach. 

INDIAN ROCKS SPECIAL FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT 

William T. Jones, Indian Rocks Beach. 
W. E. Luce, Indian Rocks Road. 
Charles M. Baldwin, Indian Rocks Beach. 
Frank O. Acton, Indian Rocks Beach. 
James A. Roessler, Indian Rocks Beach. 

PINELLAS COUNTY ANTI MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Claude Strickland, St. Petersburg. 
Arthur Nelson Cutler, St. Petersburg. 
Margaret Stockinger, St. Petersburg. 

PINELLAS COUNTY BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Thomas E. McLean, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 2— S. W. Adolfsen, Pinellas Park. 

District No. 3 — Thomas L. Smith, Clearwater. 

District No. 4 — Dr. Edwin C. Sproc, St. Petersburg. 

District No. 5— Stanley Hatfield, St. Petersburg. 

POLK 

COUNTY SEAT BARTOW 

County Judge — Chester M. Wiggins. 
Sheriff — Hagan Parrish. 
Clerk Circuit Court — D. H. Sloan, Jr. 
Clerk Criminal Court — Robert Haslett. 
Judge Criminal Court Record — Roy H. Amidon. 
Solicitor Criminal Court Record — Clifton Kelly. 
County Assessor of Taxes — John B. White. 
Tax Collector — Ray C. Clements. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Claude M. Harden, Sr. 
County Surveyor — F. T. Oiler. 
Supervisor of Registration — Hugh E. Carlton. 
Judge of the Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court — G. 
Bowdon Hunt. 



446 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Roy P. Gladney, Mulberry. 
District No. 2-^ulian C. Durrance, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3 — Eugene A. Laurent, Bartow. 
District No. 4— John B. Thornhill, Jr., Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — Aldine Combee, Lakeland. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Gussie Sullivan, Frostproof. 
Hugh M. Wear, Bartow. 
F. G. Garner, Winter Haven. 
P. M. Fussell, Polk City. 
Frank W. Myers, Lakeland. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George T. Harned, Mulberry. 
District No. 2 — Henry Mitchell, Frostproof. 
District No. 3 — Frank C. Stanley, Auburndale. 
District No. 4 — Walter G. Bell, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — J. Tom Watson, Lakeland. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Pick Sansom, Sr. 
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 — Monroe Brannen, Lakeland. 

BUDGET COMMISSION 

District No. 1 — Arthur M. Pickard, Lakeland. 
District No. 2— James W. Blanton, Ft. Meade. 
District No. 3 — James E. Monroe, Eagle Lake. 
District No. 4 — E. L. Jones, Winter Haven. 
District No. 5 — James R. West, Lakeland. 

PUTNAM 

COUNTY SEAT PALATKA 

County Judge — Wm. E. Warren. 
Sheriff— E. W. Pellicer. 
Clerk Circuit Court— A. W. Nichols, Jr. 
County Assessor of Taxes — Louis Tenney. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 447 

Tax Collector— G. D. Bogue. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William Thomas. 

County Surveyor — S. H, Fortune. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Jessie T. Carswell. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— T. C. Douglas, Welaka. 

District No. 2 — Frank Sapp, Palatka. 

District No. 3 — Louis Broer, East Palatka. 

District No. 4— R. B. Lilly, Florahome. 

District No. 5— Woodrow W. Tilton, Palatka. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Edward L. Preston, Crescent City. 

W. H. Beasley, Palatka. 

W. L. Johntry, Johnson. 

W. W. (Bill) Stockton, Palatka. 

Kelley Smith, Palatka. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — J. Mann Jackson, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— C. R. Kemp, Palatka. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Leslie B. Pigue, Crescent City. 
District No. 8— C. M. Livingston, Palatka. 

ST. JOHNS 

COUNTY SEAT — ST. AUGUSTINE 

County Judge — Chas. C. Mathis, Jr. 

Sheriff — L. O. Davis, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Hiram Faver. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. H. Mattox. 

Tax Collector — Raymond Hill. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — W. Douglas Hartley. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. T. F. EUzey. 

Judge Small Claims Court — Robert A. Andreu. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edgar L. Cooksey, St. Augustine. 
District No. 2— W. E. Byrd, Elkton. 
District No. 3 — George M. Beach, Hastings. 



448 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

District No. 4— G. R. Wiles, St. Augustine. 
District No. 5 — Dan F. Mickler, St. Augustine. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Earl W. Bussey, St. Augustine. 
George C. Hopkins, Jr., St. Augustine. 
Clyde P. Smith, Hastings. 
O. A. AUbritton, St. Augustine. 
Robert C. Neat, St. Augustine. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 9— M. A. Pellicer, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — Harry F. Pellicer, Hastings. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 9 — Van B. Lindsey, St. Augustine. 
District No. 11 — Merrill R. Greene, Hastings. 

COMMISSIONERS, ANASTASIA MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT 

Ralph C. Waterhouse, St. Augustine. 

E. E. Coonrod, St. Augustine. 

S. Raymond Cafaro, St. Augustine. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(St. Johns County) 
Milton E. Bacon, St. Augustine. 

ST. AUGUSTINE PORT, WATER AND BEACH DISTRICT 

Frank F. Harrold, St. Augustine. 
L. C. Ringhaver, St. Augustine. 
W. Irvine Drysdale, St. Augustine. 

ST. LUCIE 

COUNTY SEAT FT. PIERCE 

County Judge — Flem C. Dame. 

Sheriff— J. R. Norvell. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. C. Baggett. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Calvin P. Poppell. 

Tax Collector — Curtis M. James 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Ben L. Bryan. 

Prosecuting Attorney — B. A. Bittan, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Elizabeth Summerlin. 

Surveyor — James Whitice. 



OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA 449 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — B. Y. Free, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2 — Harry J. Kicliter, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 3 — N. W. Jorgenson, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 4 — Douglas Silver, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 5— J. D. Nelson, Ft. Pierce. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF INSTRUCTION 

H. T. Hammer, Fort Pierce. 
E. C. Collins, Fort Pierce. 
M. Kirby Hayes, Fort Pierce. 
Jack King, Fort Pierce. 
Clyde W. Cato, Fort Pierce. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George William Futch, Ft. Pierce. 
District No. 2— E. P. DeFriest, Ft. Pierce. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 2— S. E. Richardson, Ft. Pierce. 

FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

(St. Lucie County) 
James J. Barnes, Jensen Beach. 

SANTA ROSA 

COUNTY SEAT MILTON 

County Judge— Mahlon C. McCall. 

Sheriff — Bart D. Broxton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Ray C. Helms. 

County Assessor of Taxes — R. Glenn Gibson. 

Tax Collector — Archie Glover. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Radford M. Locklin. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bobby Jack Rivenbark. 

County Attorney — W. D. Robertson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Albert Golden, Milton. 
District No. 2— Joe T. Allen, Sr., Milton. 
District No. 3 — Richard Finlay, Jay. 
District No. 4— Wilson Whitfield, Milton. 
District No. 5— Clifford Wilson, Harold. 



450 REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Haywood Hannah, Jr., Milton. 
Macon Wise, Jay. 
Irwin B. Lewis, Milton. 
Lee Brown, Bagdad. 
B. E. Hudson, Milton. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Thomas S. Maddox, Milton. 
District No, 2— Harold W. Black, Bagdad. 
District No. 3 — J. L. Abbott, Jay. 
District No. 4 — E. L. Bonifay, Gulf Breeze. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1— Chas. F. Perkins, Milton. 

District No. 2 — Aubrey Martin, Bagdad. 

District No. 3— C. L. Edeker, Jay. 

District No. 4 — Harvey Parker, Harold. 

District No. 5— E. J. Hardy, Milton. 



SARASOTA 

COUNTY SEAT — SARASOTA 

County Judge — John D. Justice. 

Sheriff — Ross E. Boyer. 

Clerk Circuit Court— W. A. (Bill) Wynne. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Glover E. Ashby. 

Tax Collector — Charlie Hagerman. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Carl C. Strode. 

Prosecuting Attorney — Lamar B. Dozier. 

Supervisor of Registration — Virginia H. Meade. 

Judge Small Claims Court — C. J. Wiersteiner, Sarasota. 

County Surveyor — J. B. Mosby. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Edward F. McCann, Sarasota. 

District No. 2 — Albert D. Corson, Sarasota. 

District No. 3 — James D. Neville, Sarasota. 

District No. 4 — Gustin M. Nelson, Sarasota. 

District No. 5 — Glenn E. Potter, Sarasota. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 451 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Guy L. Langer, Sarasota. 
Philip H. Hiss, Sarasota. 
Donald L. Johns, Sarasota. 
Barbara Parker Ingram, Sarasota. 
Mrs. Laurence E. Loper, Sarasota. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — George S. Fosler, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — R. W. Thompson, Laurel. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Edward A. Perpente, Sarasota. 
District No. 2 — R. Bruce Rigby, Nokomis. 

SARASOTA COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARD 

Benton W. Powell, Sarasota. 
Hoke S. Bowden, Venice. 
John F. Burket, Jr., Sarasota. 
Emmet Addy, Sarasota. 
P. B. Huguenin, Sarasota. 
Lota Mundy, Venice. 
Harold Glascock, Sarasota. 
Arnold J. Funk, Sarasota. 
Annette D. Gilbert, Sarasota. 

SEMINOLE 

COUNTY SEAT — SANFORD 

County Judge — Ernest Housholder. 

Sheriff— J. L. Hobby. 

Clerk Circuit Court — O. P. Herndon. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Mary E. Earle. 

Tax Collector — John L. Galloway. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Raburn T. Milwee, 

Sanford. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Karlyle Housholder. 
Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Camilla D. Bruce. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — John Krieder, Sanford. 
District No. 2 — Fred A. Dyson, Sanford. 



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District No. 3 — W. L. Swofford, Altamonte Springs. 
District No. 4— B. C. Dodd, Sanford. 
District No. 5 — Homer Little, Sanford. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

John L. Brumley, Sanford. 
J. A. Bistline, Langwood. 
L. E. Jordan, Oviedo. 
Charles F. Harrison, Geneva. 
W. A. Patrick, Sanford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3 — Theo Aulin, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — W. Hugh Duncan, Sanford. 
District No. 6 — Homer Sewell, Altamonte Springs. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3 — George A. Kelsey, Oviedo. 
District No. 4 — J. Q. Galloway, Sanford. 
District No. 6 — William Alfred Lewis, Longwood. 



SUMTER 

COUNTY SEAT BUSHNELL 

County Judge — P. B. Howell. 

Sheriff— M. H. Bowman. 

Clerk Circuit Court — C. Burton Marsh. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Inman Wheeler. 

Tax Collector — Curtis Beville. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Herbert Simmons. 

County — Surveyor — Truby W. Hunt. 

Prosecuting Attorney — James W. West. 

Supervisor of Registration — S. N. Graham, Sr, 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Boyd W. Caruthers, Oxford. 
District No. 2 — LeRoy Smith, Coleman. 
District No. 3 — A. D. Palmer, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Joe Hamilton, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Melvin Carlton, Webster. 



OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA 453 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Willard Peebles, Wildwood. 
Carl L. Binger, Bushnell. 
Jack Drawdy, Webster. 
E. R. Smith, Coleman. 
Roy H. Caruthers, Oxford. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 3— A. M. Barlow, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Donald E. Fussell, Bushnell. 
District No. 9 — B. H. Stone, Coleman. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 3— C. C. Spurling, Wildwood. 
District No. 4 — Sterling Giddens, Bushnell. 
District No. 5 — Robert Fussell, Webster. 
District No. 9 — Cecil Partridge, Coleman. 

SUWANNEE 

COUNTY SEAT — LIVE OAK 

County Judge — J. M. Hearn. 

Sheriff — Hugh Lewis. 

Clerk Circuit Court — John H. Rowland, Jr. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Wm. Hubbard Gray. 

Tax Collector — Lavaughn H. Greene. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Rees Mills. 

Supervisor of Registration — Jack M. Cross, Sr. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Laure B. Roberson, Live Oak. 
District No. 2— Rudolph V. Scott, Live Oak. 
District No. 3 — Joe A. Boatright, Live Oak. 
District No. 4 — Leon A. Avery, Pine Mount. 
District No. 5 — James Sanchez, Branford. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

John S. Flood, Live Oak. 
Henry Vann, Live Oak. 
V. V. Brim, Live Oak. 
Otto Dickman, Sr., Live Oak. 
Thonis Barnett, O'Brien. 



454 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1— Joseph T. Futch, Live Oak. 
District No. 3— T. J. McKeithen, Wellborn. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — George L. Knight, Live Oak. 
District No. 2 — Woodrow Ellison, Live Oak. 
District No. 3 — Charles W. Johnson, Wellborn. 
District No. 4— L. D. O'Steen, Wellborn. 

TAYLOR 

COUNTY SEAT — PERRY 

County Judge — Byron Butler. 

Sheriff — Maurice S. Linton. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Felix A. Parker. 

County Assessor of Taxes — A. J. Ezell. 

Tax Collector — Odis Murphy. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Alton H. Wentworth. 

Supervisor of Registration — Mrs. Wiley Lee. 

Judge Small Claims Court— J. F. McCall. 

County Surveyor — R. H. Woods. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— E. J. Tedder, Perry. 

District No. 2— W. H. King, Perry. 

District No. 3 — J. J. Morgan, Perry. 

District No. 4 — C. A. Lewis, Shady Grove. 

District No. 5 — Johnnie Livingston, Perry. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Walter D. Poppell, Perry. 
Norman C. Hendry, Perry. 
J. O. English, Shady Grove. 
J. Louie Adams, Perry. 
S. S. Agner, Perry. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 1 — E. T. Underwood, Perry. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Henry Sauls, Perry. 
District No. 3— J. T. Bodiford. Steinhatchee. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 455 

UNION 
COUNTY SEAT — LAKE BUTLER 

County Judge — S. B. Brooks. 

Sheriff— John H. Whitehead. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Robert A. Driggers. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Marcus Howard. 

Tax Collector — R. R. Pearce. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — T. Shephard Thomas. 

Supervisor of Registration — Beatrice Courson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — Dana Duke, Lake Butler. 
District No. 2 — Orin Reddish, Raiford. 
District No. 3— S. M. Brown, Lake Butler. 
District No. 4 — J. R. Bielling, Jr., Lulu. 
District No. 5 — Fred Thomas, Lulu. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

T. J. Dukes, Lake Butler. 
W. B. Bloodworth, Lake Butler. 
A. Everett Crawford, Lake Butler. 
Silas Crawford, Lake Butler. 
M. M. Loadholtz, Lake Butler. 

VOLUSIA 

COUNTY SEAT — DELAND 

County Judge — Thomas N. Tappy. 

Sheriff— Rodney B. Thursby. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Jess Mathas. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Warren Jackson. 

Tax Collector— Mrs. Cornelia S. Paul. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — John H. Smiley. 

County Surveyor — Hugh F. Duval. 

Supervisor of Registration — Katherine S. Odham. 

Judge Small Claims Court — James T. Nelson. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— S. E. Stone, DeLand. 

District No. 2 — Ralph W. Richards, Daytona Beach, 



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District No. 3 — Grady Williamson, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 4 — U. W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach. 
District No. 5 — Harris M. Saxon, New Smyrna. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

John F. McCallum, DeLand. 
Jas. L. Dixon, Daytona Beach. 
Anne D. Cox, New Smyrna Beach. 
Jeanne M. Goddard, Daytona Beach. 
Monso Tatum, DeLand. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2— Charles M. Everett, DeBary. 

District No. 4— Wallace R. Smith, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — James Oliver Taylor, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — L. R. Scaffe, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — A. J. Bennett, Ormond Beach. 

District No. 8 — J. C. Beard, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 9 — Henry Nagel, Port Orange. 

District No. 10 — Robert H. Matthews, New Smyrna Beach. 

District No. 11— E. W. Prevatt, Seville. 

District No. 12 — Anthony J. Grezik, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 14 — Edward Webb, Orange City. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Irving Veino, Jr., Osteen. 

District No. 2 — Oscar D. Papineau, DeBary. 

District No. 4— W. M. Slaughter, DeLand. 

District No. 5 — Harold L. Carlisle, Pierson. 

District No. 6 — M. C. Bessinger, DeLeon Springs. 

District No. 7 — Edward A. Marosites, Ormond. 

District No. 8 — J. T. Kenchen, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 9 — Roy C. Clifton, Port Orange. 

District No. 10— F. R. Galbreath, New Smyrna Beach. 

District No. 11 — Thomas S. Loadholtz, Seville. 

District No. 12— Otis L. McCollough, Daytona Beach. 

District No. 14 — Alva T. Hayman, Orange City. 

MEMBER FLORIDA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT 

U. W. Cunningham, Daytona Beach. 



OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA 457 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE NORTH ORMOND PENINSULAR ZONING 

DISTRICT 

Elmer E. Farrington, Ormond Beach. 
Harry W. Galer, Ormond Beach. 
Frederick A. Hamilton, Ormond Beach. 
Charles P. Tracy, Ormond Beach. 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE SOUTH PENINSULA ZONING DISTRICT 

John M. Dach, Daytona Beach. 
Walter C. Newcomb, Daytona Beach. 
J. Frank Isaac, Daytona Beach. 
Walter E. Foster, Daytona Beach. 

EAST VOLUSIA COUNTY ANTI- MOSQUITO DISTRICT 

M. F. Ellinor, Ormond Beach. 



WAKULLA 

COUNTY SEAT — CRAWFORDVILLE 

County Judge — George L. Harper. 

Sheriff— W. R. Taff. 

Clerk Circuit Court — D. Moody Pearce. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Julius Duggar. 

Tax Collector— J. M. Gwinn. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — C. L. Townsend. 

Supervisor of Registration — Newman R. Harper. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1 — J. D. Turner, Crav^ordville. 
District No. 2 — Ralph Strickland, Tallahassee. 
District No. 3 — Sam W. Smith, Craw^fordville. 
District No. 4 — Willard Carter, Crawfordville. 
District No. 5 — D. L. Strickland, Sopchoppy. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Kenneth Roberts, St. Marks. 
A. L. Gowdy, Tallahassee. 
LeRoy R. Harvey, Crawfordville. 
James G. Taylor, Panacea. 
S. W. Revell, Sopchoppy. 



458 REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OP STATE 

WALTON 
COUNTY SEAT DE FUNIAK SPRINGS 

County Judge — Joe Dan Trotman. 

Sheriff— Curtis R. Miller. 

Clerk Circuit Court — E. Leo Andrews. 

County Assessor of Taxes — J. Will Kelly. 

Tax Collector — Alton Renfroe. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — Grey Wilson. 

County Surveyor — Garland Edwards. 

Supervisor of Registration — Alton Renfroe, Ex-Officio. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— G. A. McLeod, Red Bay. 

District No. 2 — Odell Thompson, Darlington. 

District No. 3 — Hubert Bell, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 4 — Coy Burgess, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — Albert B. Gavin, Freeport. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Howard H. Griffith, DeFuniak Springs. 
Hewitt Lindsey, DeFuniak Springs. 
Cortez Cadenhead, Freeport. 
Hubert R. Adkinson, DeFuniak Springs. 
Tom Weeks, Darlington. 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 

District No. 2 — Forest N. Campbell, Lakewood. 

District No. 4 — George Dandelakis, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — Rupert R. Ray, Ponce de Leon. 

District No. 6 — Festus Pippin, Freeport. 

District No. 8 — C. G. Crate, Santa Rosa. 

District No. 10 — D. M. Sweeney, Mossy Head. 

CONSTABLES 

District No. 1 — Charles Beck, Darlington. 

District No. 2 — John Perkins, Laurel Hill. 

District No. 4 — Clayton Davis, DeFuniak Springs. 

District No. 5 — Gehew H. Linton, Ponce de Leon. 

District No. 6 — Loyce Virgil Senterfitt, Freeport. 

District No. 8 — Vincent F. Germanese, Santa Rosa Beach. 



OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA 459 

District No. 9— Seth M. Carroll, Point Washington. 
District No. 10— W. T. Cox, Mossy Head. 

WASHINGTON 

COUNTY SEAT CHIPLEY 

County Judge — Fred T. Bennett. 

Sheriff — George Watts, Jr. 

Clerk Circuit Court — Loran L. Cook. 

County Assessor of Taxes — Bedie Owen. 

Tax Collector — H. W. Varnuni. 

Superintendent Public Instruction — William T. McFatter, Jr. 

Supervisor of Registration — Bryan Register. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 

District No. 1— Walter T. Cook, Vernon. 

District No. 2 — Otley Johnson, Chipley. 

District No. 3 — David J. Cook, Vernon. 

District No. 4 — Clayton Bush, Chipley. 

District No. 5 — Leslie Roberts, Chipley. 

MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

W. G. Mercer, Wausau. 
J. A. Douglas, Chipley. 
C. H. Brock, Bonifay. 
J. E. Haddock, Vernon. 
Leon R. Cox, Chipley. 



INDEX 



A 

Accountancy, State Board of 59 

Adjutant General 82 

Administration, Board of „ 55 

Advisory Council on Education 69 

Advisory Hospital Council 75 

Agricultural Marketing Board 55 

Alcoholics, Advisory Council for the Rehabilitation of 59 

APPENDIX (County Officers 1957 - 1961) 401-459 

Apprenticeship Council of the Florida Industrial Commission 75 

Architects, Registered by Florida State Board of Architecture.... 221 

Assistant State Attorneys 33 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, Special Officers 88 

Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission 79 

Attorneys, Assistant State 33 

Attorneys, County 45 

Attorneys, State 31 

Attorneys, Prosecuting 44 

Architecture, State Board of _. .. 59' 

Auditor, State 60 

Automobile Cases Against Non-Resident Operators 228 

Avocado and Lime Commission, Florida 60 



Barbers' Sanitary Commission 60 

Basic Sciences, State Board of Examiners in the 61 

Beauty Culture, State Board of 61 

Beverage Department, Director of the State 61 

Blind, Florida Council for the 61 

Brigadier General of the Line — 48th Inf 82 

Brigadier General of the Line — 51st Infantry 82 

Budget Commission 55 

Budget Director 62 

Business Agents Licensed (Labor Unions) 303 

C 

Cabinet, Governor's 56 

Canvassing Board, State .- 55 

Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, Govern- 
ing Board of the 62 

Chemist, Assistant State ~ 63 

Chemist, State 62 

Children's Commission, Florida 63 

Children's Commission, Florida Crippled 67 

Chiropody Examiners, State Board of 64 

Chiropractic Eicaminers, State Board of 64 

Circuit Court Calendar - 16 

Circuit Judges 27 

Citizens Tax Council, Florida -— 64 

Citrus Commission, Florida 65 

Civil Courts of Record 

Dade County 25 

Duval County - 25 

461 



Civil and Criminal Court of Record 

Pinellas County 26, 38 

Commission for the Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation ........ ' 93 

Commissioners of Deeds for Florida 68 

Commissioners of State Institutions, Board of ...'^'...!!!.!!!r.!!^!^ 55 

Congress, Representatives in "....".'. 14 

Congressional Districts """ 12 

Conservation Board " 55 

Conservation, Director of the State Board of !!".'!.. 66 

Control, State Board of !.!!!"!"!!!!! 67 

Council on Mental Health in Florida ....."!........ 80 

County Attorneys """'.'"".' 45 

County Officers (whose terms expire 1st Tuesday after 1st 
Monday in January 1957 and County Commissioners and 
Members of the Board of Public Instruction whose terms 
expire 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 1957 and 

1959 and County appointive Offices) 107-208 

County Officers (Appendix) (Whose terms expire 1st Tuesday 
after 1st Monday in January 1961, County Commissioners 
and Members of the Board of Public Instruction whose 
terms expire 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in January 

1959 and 1961.) 401-459 

Court of Crimes, Judges 38 

Dade 25 

Broward 26 

Court of Record 

Escambia 26,39 

Juvenile Division of the Court of Record of Escambia County 26 

Court Reporters, Official 36 

Counties — Population 53 

Criminal Courts of Record 24 

Judges 39 

Clerks 42 

Solicitors 43 

Crippled Children's Commission, Florida 67 

D 

Death WaiTants 261 

Deeds, Commissioners of 68 

Dental Examiners, State Board of 68 

Development Commission, Florida 68 

Dispensing Opticians, Board of 83 

Drainage Commissioners 56 

E 

Education, Advisory Council on 69 

Education, Board of 56 

Election Returns — General Election 1956 367 

Election Returns — Primary Elections 1956 330 

Engineer Examiners, State Board of 70 

Everglades Drainage District 70 

Everglades Fire Control District 70 

F 

Fire College, Florida State 71 

Florida East Coast, Special Officers 91 

Florida National Guard Commissions 210 

Forest Fire Protection Compact, Advisory Committee, South- 
eastern Interstate 88 

Forestry, Florida Board of 71 

462 



Forestry, Florida Board of — Special Officers 71 

Florida Inland Navigation District 72 

Florida Keys Aqueduct Commission 73 

Florida Ship Canal Navigation District 88 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers, State Board of 73 

G 

Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission 74 

General Election Returns 367 

Governor and Cabinet 1955-1956 6 

Governor and Cabinet 1957-1961 393 

Governors of Florida 5 

Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission 79 

H 

Hospital Council, Advisory 75 

Hotel and Restaurant Commissioner 75 

Housing Board 56 

Industrial Commission, Florida 75 

Industrial Commission, State Apprentice Council of the Florida.. 75 

Inland Navigation District, Florida 72 

Inter American Center Authority 76 

Internal Improvement Fund, Board of Ti'ustees of 56 

Investment Securities and Trust Companies, Board Fixing 

Values of 56 

J 

Judicial Circuits 27 

Judicial Council of Florida 77 

Justices of the Supreme Court 15 

Juvenile Courts, Judges 26, 38 

Juvenile Division of the Court of Record, Escambia County 26 

K 

Keys Aqueduct Commission, Florida 73 

L 

L & N Railroad Company, Special Officers 91 

Labor Business Agents Licensing Board 57 

Labor Union Business Agents 303 

Law Examiners, State Board of 78 

Letter of Transmittal 8 

Library Board, State "^8 

Livestock Board, Florida 78 

M 

Marketing Commissioner, State 79 

Massage, Florida Board of 80 

Medical Examiners, State Board of 80 

Mental Health in Florida, Council On 80 

Merit System, Personnel Board 57 

Milk Commission 81 

Motor Vehicle Commissioner 82 

N 

National Guard Commissions 210 

National Guard Officers 82 

Naturopathic Examiners, State Board of 82 

Nurse Registration and Nursing Education, Florida State Board 

of 82 

463 



a 

Oklawaha Basin Recreation and Water Conservation and Con- 
trol Authority 83 

Optometry, Florida State Board of 84 

Osteopathic Medical Examiners, State Board of 84 

Overseas Road and Toll Bridge District 83 

P 

Pardons, Board of 57 

Parks and Historic Memorials, State Board of 84 

Parole Commission, Florida 84 

Pensions, Board of (Confederate) 57 

Pest Control Board, Structm'al 92 

Pharmacy, Florida Board of 85 

Plant Board, State 57 

Population, Counties 53 

Primary Election Returns — 1956 330 

Prosecuting Attorneys 44 

Public Safety, Department of 57 

Public Welfare, State Department of 95 

Purchasing Council 58 

R 

Racing Commission, State 86 

Railroad and Public Utilities Commission 86 

Railway Express Agency, Special Officers 92 

Real Estate Commission, Florida 87 

Registered Voters, General Election — 1956 365 

Registered Voters, Pi'imary Election — 1956 325 

Representatives in Congi'ess 14 

Representatives, State — 1955 49 

Representatives, State — 1957 395 

Requisitions 261 

Road Board, State 87 

S 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company, Special Officers 90 

Secretaries of State 7 

Securities Commission 58 

Senators, State — 1955 ~ 48 

Senators, State — 1957 394 

Senators, U. S 14 

Senatorial Districts 46 

Ship Canal Navigation District, Florida 88 

Small Claims Courts, Judges 39 

State Attorneys 31 

Social Welfare, District Boards of 95 

Soil Conservation Board, State 88 

Southeastern Interstate Forest Fire Protection Compact — Ad- 
visory Committee 88 

Southern Railway Company, Special Officers 92 

Special Officers — 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company 88 

Florida East Coast Railroad Company 91 

Florida Board of Forestry 71 

L. & N. Railroad Company 91 

Railway Express Agency 92 

Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company 90 

Southern Railway Company 92 

State Institutions, Board of Commissioners of 55 

464 



state Representatives — 1955 _ 49 

State Representatives — 1957 395 

State Senators — 1955 43 

State Senators — 1957 394 

Statement of Monies Received 11 

Structui'al Pest Control Board „ _... 92 

Supreme Coui't, Justices of the 15 

Surety Companies, Board for Supervision and regulation of 

Form of Bond of 58 

T 

Tax Commission, Direct 58 

Tax Council, Florida Citizens 64 

Trade Marks, Registered 262 

Tuberculosis Board, State _ _ 92 

Turnpike Authority, Florida State 93 

U 

U. S. Senators _ 14 

Uniformity of Legislation, Commission for the Promotion of .... 93 

V 

Veterans' Affairs, Department of 94 

Veterinary Examiners, State Board of 94 

Vocational Education, Board of 58 

W 

Water Resources Study Commission 94 

Welfare, District Boards of Social 95 

Welfare, State Department of Public 95 



465