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Title: Report of the Secretary of State of the State of Florida
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee? Fla
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Full Text





REPORT
of the

SECRETARY OF STATE
of the

STATE OF FLORIDA



For the Period Beginning January 1, 1943, and Ending
December 31, 1944









FOR THE YEARS
1943-44












REPORT
of the

SECRETARY OF STATE
of the

STATE OF FLORIDA



For the Period Beginning January 1, 1943, and Ending
December 31, 1944











































































STATE CAPITOL


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GOVERNORS OF FLORIDA

TERRITORIAL:
ANDREW JACKSON-July, 1821 to 1822.
WILLIAM DUVA---1822 to 1834.
JOHN H. EATON-1834 to 1836.
RICHARD K. CALL-1836 to 1839.
ROBERT RAYMOND REED-1839 to 1841.
RICHARD K. CALL-1841 to 1844.
JOHN BRANCH-1844 to 1845.
STATE:
WILLIAM D. MOSELEY-1845 to 1849.
THOMAS BROWN-1849 to 1853.
JAMES E. BRooM-1853 to 1857.
MADISON S. PERRY-1857 to 1861.
JOHN MILTON-1861 to 1865.
WILLIAM MARVIN-1865 to 1866.
DAVID S. WALKER-1866 to 1868.
HARRISON REEI-1868 to 1872.
SAMUEL T. DAY-(Acting, during impeachment proceedings
against Governor Reed), 1872.
OSSIAN B. HART-1872 to 1873 (Died in office).
MARCELLUS L. STEARNs-(Acting, June to November), 1873.
MARCELLUS L. STEARNS-1873 to 1877.
GEORGE F. DREW-1877 to 1881.
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM-1881 to 1885.
EDWARD A. PERRY-1885 to 1889.
FRANCIS P. FLEMING-1889 to 1893.
HENRY L. MITCHELL-1893 to 1897.
WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM-1897 to 1901.
W. S. JENNINGS-1901 to 1905.
N. B. BROWARD-1905 to 1909.
ALBERT W. GILCHRIST-1909 to 1913.
PARK TRAMMELL--1913 to 1917.
SIDNEY J. CATTS-1917 to 1921.
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. CALDWEL--1945 to 1949.















GOVERNOR AND CABINET

1945-1949



GOVERNOR
MILLARD F. CALDWELL


SECRETARY OF STATE
R. A. GRAY


ATTORNEY GENERAL
J. TOM WATSON


COMPTROLLER
J. M. LEE


STATE TREASURER
J. EDWIN LARSON


SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
COLIN ENGLISH


COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
NATHAN 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. Icou-From September 23, 1929, to April 12, 1930.
R. A. GRAY-Commissioned ad interim April 12, 1930. Elected
November 4, 1930, and commissioned November 7, 1930,
for unexpired term. Re-elected and commissioned for four-
year term beginning January 3, 1933. Re-elected and
commissioned for four-year term from January 5, 1937, to
first Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1941. Re-
elected and commissioned for four-year term from January
7, 1941, to first Tuesday after first Monday in January,
1945. Re-elected and commissioned for four-year term from
January 2, 1945 to first Tuesday after first Monday in
January 1949.










LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

OFFICE OF, THE
SECRETARY OF STATE
STATE OF FLORIDA

Tallahassee, Florida
January 1, 1945
Honorable Spessard L. Holland
Governor of Florida
Tallahassee, Florida
Dear Sir:
In compliance with the requirements of law I have the
honor to submit herewith my report of the transactions of this
office for the years 1943 and 1944. In addition to giving de-
tailed statements of all transactions of the office and a record
of commissions issued, I am also making some suggestions with
reference to needed legislation in the field in which this office
is particularly interested or with reference to laws that this
office administers.
As will be seen from the statement of monies received
which is published elsewhere in this report, the office collected
a total of $366,694.51 for the year 1943 and $413,085.16, for
the year 1944. Receipts from charter taxes held up well. The
corporation capital stock tax which has been in effect since
19:31 ran about the same as for the past several years. Fees
earned by the office for services rendered and turned into the
State Treasury were -up to the average for the past several
years being $19,066.32 for the year 1943 and $20,227.38 for
the year 1944. Receipts from the primary elections in 1944
were $16,849.20 which is in excess of the total appropriation
for holding primary elections so that the primary elections,
including the extra expense of soldier voting did not exceed
the receipts from the candidates filing fees.
There has been an increase in commission taxes over the past
two years. The receipts from this source in the year 1943
amounted to $19,345.00 and in the year 1944 amounted to $33,-









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


585.00. So on the whole the collections by the Office of Sec-
retary of State all of which go into the State Treasury reflect
a satisfactory condition.

ABSENTEE VOTING BY THOSE IN THE
MILITARY SERVICE
Administering the laws on absentee voting by those in the
military services has added much to the w9rk of this office.
The first Act of Congress providing for this type of absentee
voting became effective just a few weeks before our General
Election of 1942. Due to the shortness of time only about 1000
requests for ballots were received and about one half of these
were returned.
Our Florida Legislature of 1943 enacted a state law on
absentee voting by those in the military services drawn to dove-
tail and complement the then existing Federal law. The then
existing Federal law made provision for the states to be re-
imbursed for the necessary expense involved. However, after
our Legislature had adjourned other bills were introduced in
Congress providing for a different method of absentee voting,
one of these bills becoming a law before our Primaries of 1944
were held. This new Federal law made no provision for re-
imbursing the States for the expenses of administering the
State or Federal laws on the subject, except that the ballots
could be sent out free of postage.
In order to coordinate the Federal law with the State law
it was necessary to make many administrative rulings and to
secure the voluntary cooperation of certain County Officials.
The County Canvassing Board and especially the County Judges
as Chairman thereof, were very cooperative. Much additional
work and expense was placed on the office of the County Judges
just as was true in the additional work placed on the Office of
Secretary of State. These additional burdens were met cheer-
fully in every case and I was advised by Federal Offiicals the
record in Florida of handling absentee voting by those in the
military services was one of the best in the entire United States.
Though much publicity was given the interest apparently
was not as much in the primaries as in the General Election.
Requests for ballots in the primaries totalled 10,829.








REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE


In the General Election of 1944 over 40,000 requests for
state ballots were received from Florida men and women of
voting age in the military services. A ballot was sent out
from the office of the County Judge in each instance. 27,492
of these state ballots were voted and returned by the service
men and women from Florida. In addition 2787 Federal Short
from ballots were received and forwarded to the counties. Out
of this total of state and federal ballots received amounting to
over 30,000 ballots, only 850 were found defective or not meeting
the requirements of law.

If the Act of Congress on this subject remains in effect and
unchanged, which we can assume will be the case, then our state
law will need some slight amendments.


PRIMARY ELECTION LAWS

During the past biennium several problems have arisen and
some litigation has been instituted in the courts over the ad-
ministration and interpretation of our State Primary laws.
While the courts have upheld the interpretations of this office
there are still some problems needed to be ironed out in the
phraseology of our primary statutes in order to make their
intent clear.

There is a problem of absentee registration which I trust
will receive the careful consideration of the Legislature. There
are Florida citizens whose work requires them to be located
outside the State. For example, some three or four thousand
in the City of Washington, D. C. In order for these Florida
citizens to participate in our Primaries and General Election
most of them would be required to make a trip to the State
for the purpose of registering and another trip to the State
for the purpose of voting in the first and second Primary and
the General Election. This would mean four round trips to
Florida from Washington in order for those of our voting
citizens working there to have the full privilege of their voting
franchise. I certainly hope this problem can be worked out
and offer my services in that connection.


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OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


MEMBERSHIP ON BOARDS

The Secretary of State is ex officio member of a number of
administrative boards, constitutional and statutory. The work

on some of these boards is increasing every year. For example,
the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions, a constitu-
tional board, has many and varied responsibilities. These du-
ties are too numerous to attempt to catalogue them. Two are
mentioned as examples: the responsibility of the oversight and
direction of the Florida State Hospital for the Insane with
more than five thousand patients, and second the duty under
the direction of the Florida Statute of assisting in the liquida-
tion of the John Ringling Estate.
For the past two years the Secretary of State has been the
chairman of the Committee of the Board in each of the above
mentioned cases. These particular duties have consumed a
great deal of time but the accomplishments as will be shown
by the records is a source of satisfaction.
Of course no Cabinet member receives any additional com-
pensation because of his service on any of these Boards.

CUSTODIAN

Under the Constitution, the Secretary of State is not only
custodian of the Great Seal, but is custodian of the Capitol
Building and grounds. The Capitol building is in an acutely
over-crowded condition. The normal increase in the records
and files of the State from year to year makes an inexorable
demdhd for additional space. A south wing to the Capitol was
authorized by the Legislature of 1941 but conditions due to the
war has not permitted this work to be started. In addition to
keeping alive the original appropriation of $300,000.00 for the
above purpose, there should be a supplemental appropriation
for two reasons:

1. First the original appropriation was made when
when it was contemplated federal grants would be
obtained to assist. This is not now certain or even
as likely as was the case in 1941.








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2. The cost of construction and materials has ma-
terially advanced.

So if a south wing to the Capitol is to be constructed that
will match the north wing and give additional space now so
acutely needed, there should be an additional appropriation for
that purpose.

A MODIFIED CIVIL SERVICE RECOMMENDED

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

If a modified civil service law is not deemed wise by the
Chief Executive and the Legislature, then I would urge the
consideration of a retirement law that would hold out some
hope of social security after many years of service in case of
disability or inability to continue to serve by reason of illness
or age. State employees are not under present social security
laws, The federal government and most all businesses em-
ploying a large number of persons provides a retirement system
that offers some hope of ultimate retirement benefits. I be-
lieve such a law would tend toward greater efficiency of em-
ployees in the State service and I believe it to be a logical
policy for the State to adopt.









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CENTRAL RECORDS DIVISION
I repeat my recommendations of two years ago, four years
ago and six years ago in which I then said
"It is recommended that the Legislature be request-
ed to enact suitable legislation providing a Central
Records Division for this office in which there would
be filed information from the various licensing boards
and professional examining boards and which these
boards would be required to file with this office.
Numerous requests are received for information of
this type and it is necessary for me to take up with
these various boards each item as the request comes
in. Other states have the Central Records Division
and find it advantageous for the public."

CAPITAL STOCK TAX LAW
This law was enacted in 1931 as one of the revenue meas-
ures intended to take the State out of the ad valorem tax field.
It has proven a satisfactory source of revenue bringing into
the general revenue fund a little more than a quarter of a
million dollars each year. It is so drawn that it is administered
at a minimum of expense and it is believed that it is one tax
which has not been the subject of complaints or criticism.
I recommend that the Legislature of 1945 reenact a "re-
vival" law for dissolved corporations the same as was done by
the Legislatures of 1939, 1941 and 1943.

CONCLUSION
The motto of this office continues to be "prompt, efficient
and courteous service." This office has fewer employees than
any other Cabinet office. These employees have continued to
be faithful, loyal and efficient and have not yielded to the
temptations of higher salaries that might have been obtained
elsewhere. Most of the employees of this office have been in
the state service for a number of years and the experience
thus gained is a valuable factor in the operation and administra-
tion of this office.









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The kindly consideration and cooperation I have always
received from your Excellency has been appreciated arid it has
been a high privilege to serve as one of the "Cabinet" officers
in your administration.

Respectfully submitted,
R. A. GRAY,

Secretary of State
RAG/KBS









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STATEMENT OF MONIES RECEIVED

1943


C charter T ax .............................................................. ......................... $ 37,158.16
Corporation Capital Stock Tax...................................... ... 270,000.00
Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Expense Fund)......... 10,000.00
F ees ...................................................................................... .................... 1 9 ,0 6 6 .3 2
L aw s S old ......................... .... ....................................................... ..... 2,124 .73
1941 Statutes Sold ......................... ........................... ............. 4... 4,917.00
Annotations 1941 Statutes ........................ ................ 2,942.50
J ou rn als S old ............................................ ............. ....................... 50.00
Limited Partnership Fund .................................................... ............. 880.25
Commission Tax .......................................................... .................... 19,345.00
Miscellaneous ......................... .... .......................................... 210.55

T otal R eceip ts ............................................ ...............................$366,694.51


1944


C charter T ax ........................................................................................... .... $ 49,987.41
Corporation Capital Stock Tax .............................................. 270,000.00
Corporation Capital Stock Tax (Expense Fund)......... 10,000.00
F ees ................................ ............................................................. ... ................. 20 ,2 27 .3 8
Laws Sold ..................................... ......................................... ............. 5,126.95
1941 Florida Statutes Sold ............................. .................... 2,519.50
Annotations 1941 Statutes ..............:......... ......... .............. 2,786.00
J ournals S old ................................... .................. ...... 75.00
Limited Partnership Fund ........................................................ 1,900.30
Commission Tax .................................................... .................. 33,585.00
M iscellan eou s ..................... ................................... 2 8.42

T total R receipts ...............................................................................$396,235.96
Less amount in Lewis State Bank, in process of
clea rin g ................................................................ ......... .................... 3 9,3 9 9 .4 5

L Paid to the State Treasurer.................................................$356,836.51









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


each District.
FIRST DISTRICT
Counties Population
Pasco ..................................... 13,981
Hardee ........................... ..... 10,158
Highlands ........................... 9,246
Hillsborough ..................180,148
Manatee .............................. 26,098
Pinellas ............................. 91,852
Polk ....................................... 86,665
Hernando ........................... 5,641
Sarasota .............................. 16,106

Total .................................439,895


SECOND DISTRICT
Counties Population
Alachua .............................. 38,607
Baker .................................... 6,510
Bradford ........................... 8,717
C lay ........................................ 6,4 68
Columbia ........................... 16,859
D ixie ..................................... 7,018
Duval ................................... 210,143
Gilchrist .............................. 4,250
Hamilton ........................... 9,778
Lafayette ........................... 4,405
Levy ................................... 12,550
Nassau ................................. 10,826
Suwannee ........................... 17,073
Madison .............................. 16,190
Taylor ................................. 11,565
Union .................................... 7,094

Total .................................388,053


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THIRD DISTRICT
Counties Population
B ay .......................................... 20,686
Calhoun ............................. 8,212
Escambia ........................... 74,667
Franklin ........................... 5,991
Gadsden .............................. 31,350
G ulf .................................... 6,951
Holmes ................................. 15,447
Jackson .............................. 34,428
Jefferson ........................... 12,032
L eon ....................................... 31,646
Liberty ................................. 3,752
Okaloosa .............................. 12,900
Santa Rosa ....................... 16,085
W akulla .............................. 5,463
W alton ................................. 14,246
W ashington ..................... 12,302

Total .................................306,264

FOURTH DISTRICT
Counties Population
C ollier .................................... 5,102
Dade ...................................267,739
Monroe ................................. 14,078

Total .................................286,919


FIFTH DISTRICT
Counties Population
Brevard .............................. 16,142
Citrus .................................... 5,846
Flagler ................................. 3,008
Lake ....................................... 27,255
Marion ................................. 31,243
Orange ................................. 70,074
Osceola ................................ 10,119
Putnam ................................. 18,698
Seminole ........................... 22,304
Sumter ................................. 11,041
St. Johns ........................... 20,012
Volusia ................................. 53,710

T otal .. ..............................289,452

SIXTH DISTRICT
Counties Population
Broward .............................. 39,794
Charlotte ........................... 3,663
De Soto .............................. 7,792
Glades ................................. 2,745
Hendry .............................. 5,237
Indian River ................. 8,957
L ee ..................................... ..... 17,488
Martin ............................... 6,295
Okeechobee .................... 3,000
Palm Beach ................. 79,989
Saint Lucie .................... 11,871

Total .................................186,831









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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA







Population
F first D district ............................................................... ........ ................ 4 3 9 ,8 9 5
Second D district ........................ ... .......................... ......................... 388,053
T h ird D district ............................................................... .. ..................... 306,264
F fourth D district ............................. .. ................. ............................ 286,919
F fifth D district .......................... .................. .................................. 289,452
S ixth D district ........................................ ............ .................. ...................... 186,831









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SENATORIAL DISTRICTS

Number and County or Counties comprising each, and total
population of each District as shown by 1940 Federal Census:
First District-Santa Rosa and Okaloosa Counties,
P op ........... .... .......... ....... ............................................ ....... ..... 2 8,985
Second District-Escambia County, Pop..................................... 74,667
Third District-Walton and Holmes Counties, Pop....... 29,693
Fourth District-Jackson County, Pop...................................... 34,428
Fifth District-Liberty, Franklin and Wakulla Coun-
ties, P op .............. .......... ...... .......................................................... .............. 15,206
Sixth District-Gadsden County, Pop......................................... 31,450
Seventh District-Polk County, Pop ............................. ............. 86,665
Eighth District-Leon County, Pop............................................ 31,646
Ninth District-Hernando and Citrus Counties, Pop....... 11,487
Tenth District-Madison County, Pop....................................... 16,190
Eleventh District-Pinellas County, Pop..................................... 91,852
Twelfth District-Taylor, Lafayette and Dixie Coun-
ties, P op ..................................... ........................... ................................. 2 2 ,9 8 8
Thirteenth District-Dade County, Pop........................................... 267,739
Fourteenth District-Columbia County, Pop......................... 16,859
Fifteenth District-Bradford and Union Counties, Pop. 15,811
Sixteenth District-Nassau County, Pop..................................... 10,826
Seventeenth District-Suwannee County, Pop................... 17,073
Eighteenth District-Duval County, Pop..................................... 210,143
Nineteenth District-Orange County, Pop.................................. 70,074
Twentieth District-Marion County, Pop.................................. 31,243
Twenty-first District-Levy County, Pop. .............................. 12,550
Twenty-second District-Jefferson County, Pop................... 12,032
Twenty-third District-Lake County, Pop. .............................. 27,255
Twenty-fourth District-Monroe, Lee, Collier, and
H endry Counties, P op. .......................... .................................. 41,905
Twenty-fifth District-Washington, Bay, Calhoun, and
G ulf Counties, P op ........................................................................ 48,157
Twenty-sixth District-Putnam County, Pop .................. 18,698
Twenty-seventh District-DeSoto, Hardee, Highlands
and Glades Counties, Pop. ........................................... ........... 29,941
Twenty-eighth District-Volusia County, Pop. .................. 53,710
Twenty-ninth District-Clay and Baker Counties, Pop. 12,978
Thirtieth District-Hamilton County, Pop............................. 9,778









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Thirty-first District-St. Johns and Flagler Counties,
P o p ..................................................... ............. ............... ...... .... ........... 2 3 ,0 2 0
Thirty-second District-Alachua and Gilchrist Coun-
ties, P o p .................................. ....... ....... ... ........ ............. ....... -4 2 ,8 5 7
Thirty-third District-St. Lucie, Osceola, Okeechobee,
Indian River, and Martin Counties, Pop............................ 40,242
Thirty-fourth District--Hillsborough County, Pop....... 180,148
Thirty-fifth District-Palm Beach and Broward Coun-
ties, P op ........... ...................... ................... ............................... ... 119,783
Thirty-sixth District--Manatee, Sarasota and Charlotte
Counties, Pop. ........................................ 45,867
Thirty-seventh District-Seminole and Brevard Coun-
ties P o p ....................................................... ............................................... 3 8 ,4 4 6
Thirty-eighth District-Pasco and Sumter Counties,
P o p ........................... ........................................................... .................... 2 5 ,0 2 2










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COUNTIES OF THE STATE

Showing number of Representatives from each and Population of each
County, according to 1940 Federal Census.
Total Population for Florida, 1940 Federal Census, 1,897,414.

Number of
COUNTY COUNTY SEAT Representatives POPULATION


Alachua........... ..
Baker...............
Bay.................
Bradford............
Brevard .............
Broward.............
Calhoun ............
Charlotte............
Citrus...............
Clay .............
Collier..............
Columbia ...........
D ade................
De Soto.............
D ixie................
Duval ..............
Escambia............
Flagler ..............
Franklin.............
Gadsden.............
Gilchrist .............
Glades..............
Gulf................
Hamilton ...........
Hardee..............
Hendry .............
Hernando ..........
Highlands...........
Hillsborough.........
Holmes .............
Indian River.........
Jackson.............
Jefferson.............
Lafayette............
Lake ...............
Lee.................
Leon ..............
Levy ..............


Gainesville.......... ..
Macclenny..............
Panama City...........
Starke ...............
Titusville. ..............
Ft. Lauderdale .........
Blountstown ...........
Punta Gorda.............
Inverness..............
Green Cove Sprigs........
Everglades..............
Lake City .......... ....
M iam i.................
Arcadia.................
Cross City...............
Jacksonville ........:....
Pensacola...............
Bunnell.................
Apalachicola..... ........
Quincy..................
Trenton............; .
Moore Haven...........
Wewahitchka............
Jasper .................
Wauchula........ .....
La Belle...........; ....
Brooksville.. ... .......
Sebring.................
Tam pa.................
Bonifay .............
Vero Beach..............
Marianna........ ......
Monticello ............ .
Mayo ................
Tavares ................
Ft. Myers...............
Tallahassee ..............
Bronson ................


38,607
6,510
20,686
8,717
16,142
39,794
8,218
3,663
5,846
6,468
5,102
16,859
267,739
7,792
7,018
210,143
74.667
3,008
S5,991
31,450
4,250
2,745
6,951
9,778
10,158
5,237
5,641
9,246
180,148
15,447
8,957
34,428
12,032
4,405
27,255
17,488
31,646
12,550










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COUNTIES OF THE STATE-Continued

Number of
COUNTY COUNTY SEAT Representatives POPULATION


Liberty .............
Madison ............
Manatee ............
Marion .............
Martin .............
M onroe .............
Nassau..............
Okaloosa.............
Okeechobee .........
Orange ..............
Osceola...............
Palm Beach..........
Pasco...............
Pinellas.............
Polk ................
Putnam.............
St. Johns............
St. Lucie ............
Santa Rosa..........
Sarasota ............
Seminole............
Sumter..............
Suwannee ...........
Taylor..............
Union...............
Volusia ..............
W akulla.............
Walton .............
Washington ..........


Bristol ..................
M adison ...............
Bradenton...............
Ocala...................
Stuart..................
Key W est...............
Fernandina..............
Crestview...............
Okeechobee..............
Orlando .................
Kissimmee.............
West Palm Beach........
Dade City.... ............
Clearwater..............
Bartow ..................
Palatka. ................
St. Augustine.. ..........
Ft. Pierce...............
Milton..................
Sarasota.............. ..
Sanford ................
Bushnell ................
Live Oak............. ..
Perry...................
Lake Bulter.............
De Land ................
Crawfordville..........
DeFuniak Springs........
Chipley. .. .............


3,752
16,190
26,098
31,243
6,295
14,078
10,826
12,900
3,000
70,074
10,119
79,989
13,981
91,852
86,665
18,698
20,012
11,871
16,085
16,106
22,304
11,041
17,073
11,565
7,094
53,710
5,463
14,246
12,302









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


STATE EX-OFFICIO BOARDS AND
COMMISSIONS
1945-1949


BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor
J. M. Lee, Comptroller
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer
ARMORY BOARD
(Senate Bill 365, Legislative Acts of 1941)
Honorable Millard F. Caldwell, Governor, Chairman
Brigadier General Vivian Collins-The Adjutant General, Vice
Chairman
Brigadier General Sumter L. Lowry, Jr., 56th F.A. Brigade
Brigadier General Joseph C. Hutchison, 62d Infantry Brigade
Colonel Homer W. Hesterly, 116th Field Artillery
Colonel Jacob H. Spengler, 106th QM Regiment
Colonel Percy L. Wall, 265th Coast Artillery
Colonel Fred A. Safay, 124th Infantry
Captain Ralph W. Cooper, Jr., State Quartermaster Recorder
BUDGET COMMISSION
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.
CONSERVATION BOARD
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of-Agriculture.









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DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.

ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENT COUNCIL
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.

BOARD OF EDUCATION
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.

ELECTION, BOARD OF CANVASSERS

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

BOARD OF FINANCE

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.

GOVERNOR'S CABINET

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.









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BOARD OF HOUSING

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin. Larson, State Treasurer.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.

BOARD FIXING VALUES OF INVESTMENT SECURITIES OF
TRUST COMPANIES

J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.

BOARD OF LICENSING LABOR BUSINESS AGENTS

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.

BOARD OF PARDONS

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
*R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.

BOARD OF PENSIONS

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.








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BOARD OF STATE INSTITUTIONS, COMMISSIONERS OF

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.

SUMMER SCHOOLS, BOARD TO NAME TEACHERS FOR

Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Dr. John J. Tigert, President University of Florida.
Dr. Doak S. Campbell, President Florida State College Women.

SURETY COMPANIES, BOARD FOR SUPERVISION AND
REGULATION OF RISKS FOR

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, BOARD OF
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.









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BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS (Partly Ex-Officio)
FLORIDA STATE DEFENSE COUNCIL

Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
Vivian Collins, The Adjutant General.
W. C. Sherman, Panama City, commissioned during pleasure
of Governor.
Lisle Smith, Haines City, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
McGregor Smith, Miami, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
A. H. Blanding, St Augustine, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
George L. Burr, Jr., Tallahassee, commissioned during pleasure
of Governor.
H. B. Pace, Pensacola, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
Carl D. Brorein, Tampa, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
Cody Fowler, Tampa, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
Thomas C. Imeson, Jacksonville, commissioned during pleasure
of Governor.
Frank L. Holland, Bartow, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
Ed. J. Keefe, Tampa, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
L. H. Kramer, Lake Wales, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
Leigh S. Robinson, Orlando, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
Mrs. Anne Carson Dunaway, Miami, commissioned during
pleasure of Governor.
John Kilgore, Tallahassee, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.
Sam Teague, Tallahassee, commissioned during pleasure of
Governor.









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FLORIDA STATE IMPROVEMENT COMMISSION
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
Thomas A. Johnson, Chairman State Road Department.
(3 Citizens members to be appointed by Governor [for terms
of four years] None appointed.)

STATE PLANNING BOARD
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State. (Ex-officio)
Elgin Bayless, Chairman State Road Department. (Ex-officio)
R. P. Terry, Miami; C. B. Treadway, Orlando; S. D.
Fitzsimmons, Ft. Myers.

PUBLIC SAFETY, DEPARTMENT OF
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. M. Lee, Comptroller.
J. Edwin Larson, State Trseaurer.
Colin English, State Superintendent.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.
A Director to be employed by the Board.

MARKETING BOARD (Agricultural)
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of Agriculture.
L. M. Rhodes, State Marketing Commissioner.

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM, BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Millard F. Caldwell, Governor.
R. A. Gray, Secretary of State.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney General.
J. Edwin Larson, State Treasurer.
Colin English, Superintendent of Public Instruction.

TEXT BOOK RATING COMMITTEE
To be composed of seven members appointed by the State Board
of Education, upon the recommendation of the State Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction and Members of his department
designated by him.
(Note Members of the Board of Control are ex-Officio Members
of the State Soil Conservation Board and State Plant Board.









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STATE LICENSING BOARDS

STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY
Russell S. Bogue, Tampa; commissioned Oct. 31, 1941, until
August 17, 1945.
W. F. Milton, Miami; commissioned September 26, 1941,
until August 19, 1945. Deceased and James I. Keller, Jr., Mi-
ami, commissioned April 15, 1943 until April 19, 1945.
Leonard Abess, Miami; commissioned Aug. 6, 1943 until
Aug. 26, 1947.
Joseph Hartman, Jacksonville; commissioned Aug. 15, 1942,
until Jan. 9, 1945.
D. A. Smith, Jacksonville; commissioned Sept. 26, 1940, un-
til Aug. 21, 1944. Term expired and Claude K. Millican, Jack-
sonville commissioned Dec. 16, 1944, until Aug. 24, 1948.
STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE
Jas. Gamble Rogers, II, Winter Park; commissioned Nov.
27, 1935, until July 1, 1937. Recommissioned Sept. 15, 1941,
until July 1, 1945.
Mellen C. Greeley, Jacksonville; commissioned Sept. 14, 1931,
until Aug. 10, 1935. Recommissioned Sept. 19, 1941, until Aug.
10, 1943. Recommissioned July 19, 1943 until July 1, 1947.
John L. Skinner, Miami Beach; commissioned March 6, 1939,
until Aug. 14, 1939. Recommissioned Sept. 17, 1941, until
Aug. 14, 1943. Recommissioned July 16, 1943, until July 1,
1947.
Philip F. Kinnard, Tallahassee, commissioned Jan. 4, 1936,
until July 1, 1939. Resigned Dec. 4, 1940, and Archie G.
Parrish, St. Petersburg, commissioned Sept. 15, 1941, until July
1, 1943. Recommissioned July 20, 1943 until July 1, 1947.
Harry M. Griffin, Daytona Beach; commissioned Nov. 14,
1934 until July 1, 1937. Term expired and Rudolph Weaver,
Gainesville, commissioned Oct. 7, 1941, until July 1, 1945.
MEMBERS BARBER SANITARY COMMISSION
Clyde Hammons, Lake City; commissioned June 19, 1939
for four years. Resigned August 1, 1941, and R. L. Robinson,
Ft. White, commissioned Aug. 2, 1941, until June 18, 1943. Term
expired. Recommissioned Aug. 7, 1943 until Aug. 18, 1947.
Granted military leave Feb. 5, 1944 and O. Stanley Outlaw,








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Miami, Acting March 9, 1944, until or during term of active
service of R. L. Robinson.
George W. Ryals, Ocala; commissioned June 10, 1939 for
four years. Resigned Aug. 1, 1941, and J. Oscar Robbins,
Lakeland, commissioned Aug. 2, 1941, until June 18, 1943. Term
expired and recommissioned Aug. 6, 1943, until June 18, 1947.
Ralph Spence, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned June 24,
1939, for four years. Resigned Aug. 1, 1941, and I. R. Meloy,
Tallahassee commissioned Aug. 1, 1941, until June 23, 1943.
Term expired, recommissioned Aug. 5, 1943, until June 23, 1947.
Resigned Dec. 30, 1944.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF BEAUTY CULTURE EXAMINERS
(First District)
Eva. A. Lowther, West Palm Beach; confirmed by the Senate
and commissioned June 14, 1939; for three years. Term ex-
pired and recommissioned July 13, 1942 until next Senate. Eva.
A. Lowther, West Palm Beach, confirmed by Senate April 7,
1943 and commissioned April 16, 1943 from April 7, 1943 un-
til July 2, 1945.
(Second District)
Lee Ora Brown, Wauchula; confirmed by Senate and com-
missioned June 12, 1939 for three years. Resigned January
16, 1942 and Mary Singleton, Ft. Meade, commissioned Feb.
7, 1942 until next Senate.
Mary E. Singleton, Ft. Meade, confirmed by Senate April
7, 1943 and commissioned April 15, 1943 from April 7, 1943
until July 2, 1943.
Mary E. Singleton, Ft. Meade, confirmed by the Senate
April 7, 1943 and commissioned May 24, 1943 for a term be-
ginning July 2, 1943 and expiring July 27, 1946.

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









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April 7, 1943 and commissioned April 14, 1943 for a term ex-
piring June 27, 1945.
DIRECTOR BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT
Thomas W. Long, Tallahassee; commissioned May 23, 1939,
until May 22, 1943. Resigned March 1, 1941 and Edgar W.
Scarborough, Chattahoochee, commissioned March 10, 1941 un-
til May 22, 1943. Re-commissioned May 31, 1943 until 1st
Monday in January 1945.
MEMBER STATE BOARD OF CHIROPODY EXAMINERS
Otto J. L. Tonnisen, Jacksonville; commissioned Dec. 1,
1942, until January 5, 1946.
Thomas J. Henchey, West Palm Beach; commissioned March
18, 1936, until January 8, 1939. Recommissioned Nov. 6, 1941,
until January 1, 1944.
Harry H. Young, Miami; commissioned March 6, 1936,
until Jan. 15, 1939. Recommissioned Aug. 18, 1939, until Jan.
15, 1942. Term expired and W. A. Davis, Tallahassee, commis-
sioned March 30, 1942, until Jan. 15, 1945.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CHIROPRACTIC EXAMINERS
Daniel K. Kirk, Jacksonville; commissioned April 10, 1940,
until July 12, 1942. Recommissioned July 16, 1942, until July
12, 1945.
A. M. Morgan, Avon Park; commissioned November 13, 1937,
until July 10, 1940. Geo. M. Coates, Bradenton, commissioned
July 22, 1943, until July 10, 1947.
D. I. Rainey, Tallahassee; commissioned October 29, 1941,
until July 10, 1944. Recommissionec July 28, 1944, until July
7, 1948.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS
W. G. McLeod, Pensacola; commissioned April 10, 1940, un-
til February 1, 1942. Recommissioned March 31, 1942, until
February 1, 1946.
Fred M. York, St. Petersburg; commissioned April 5, 1940,
until February 1, 1942. Recommissioned March 30, 1942, until
February 1, 1946.
H. B. Pattishall, Jacksonville; commissioned April 4, 1940,
until February 1, 1944. Term expired. Carl T. Elkins, St.
Augustine, commissioned February 28, 1944, until February 1,
1948.








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Alto B. Whitman, Orlando; commissioned April 2, 1940, un-
til February 1, 1948.
L. D. Pankey, Coral Gables; commissioned February 5,
1940, until February 1, 1944. Term expired. A. W. Keller,
Hollywood, commissioned February 24, 1944. Term expires
February 1, 1948.
FLORIDA DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY BOARD
(Representing the Public)
Robert 0. Kay, Jacksonville; commissioned June 12, 1939,
until July 1, 1942. Term expired and J. B. Carmichael, Gaines-
ville, commissioned November 20, 1942, until July 1, 1946.
(Representing Dry Cleaning Industry)
Walter T. Moore, Jr.; Tallahassee; commissioned August 19,
1941, until July 1, 1945.
A. J. McDaniel, West Palm Beach; commissioned December
21, 1939, until July 1, 1943.
I. G. Fonte, Tampa; commissioned August 20, 1940, until
July 1, 1944.
(Representing the Laundry Industry)
T. M. Woodell, Jacksonville, commissioned July 2, 1937, un-
til July 1, 1940. Term expired and Sam J. Heiman, Miami,
commissioned August 6, 1941, until July 1, 1944.
W. R. Starling, Miami; commissioned July 2, 1937, until
July 1, 1941. Resigned August 1, 1941, and M. L. Neher, Coral
Gables, commissioned August 7, 1941, until July 1, 1945.
George C. Pastaur, Ocala; commissioned July 30, 1940, un-
til July 1, 1943. Resigned April 23, 1942 and Thomas Selaba,
Jacksonville, commissioned August 6, 1942, until July 1, 1943.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF ENGINEER EXAMINERS
Blake R. Van Leer, Gainesville; commissioned July 17, 1936,
until July 1, 1940. Resigned January 27, 1938, and W. W. Fine-
ran, Gainesville; commissioned January 29, 1938, until July 1,
1940. Term expired and J. Wiley Keck, Miami; commissioned
December 9, 1940, until July 1, 1944.
E. S. Fraser, Tallahassee; commissioned January 29, 1938,
until July 1, 1941. Recommissioned July 22, 1941, until July
1, 1945. Resigned August 18, 1942 and Robt. M. Angas, Jack-








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sonville, commissioned September 30, 1942, until July 1, 1945.
Edmund Friedman, Miami; commissioned February 13, 1936,
until July 1, 1939. Term expired and E. W. Watkins, Palatka,
commissioned May 25, 194.0, until July 1, 1943. Resigned
February 22, 1943 and J. B. High Bunnell, commissioned
March 29, 1943 until July 1, 1943. Recommissioned July 15,
1943 until July 1, 1947. Deceased and Fred C. Elliot, Talla-
assee, commissioned June 14, 1944 until July 1, 1947.
Chester F. Wright, Lake Worth; commissioned July 8, 1936,
until July 1, 1940. Term expired and recommissioned De-
cember 10, 1940, until July 1, 1944. Resigned March 18, 1942
and Alexander Blair, Lake Placid, commissioned April 1, 1942,
until July 1, 1944. Recommissioned June 27, 1944 until July
1, 1944.
Joseph Weil, Gainesville, commissioned October 23, 1935,
until July 1, 1939. Term expired and recommissioned August
11, 1940, until July 1, 1943. Recommissioned July 8, 1943 until
July 1, 1947.

BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN BASIC SCIENCES

Mark Worth Emmel, Gainesville; commissioned September
11, 1939 for two years. Recommissioned September 10, 1941
until September 10, 1945.
Jay F. Pearson, Miami; commissioned September 9, 1939,
for a term of three years. Term expired and E. Morton Miller,
Coral Gables commissioned March 31, 1943 until September 7,
1946. Resigned July 22, 1943 and Elmer V. Hjort, Coral Gables,
commissioned August 23, 1943 until September 9, 1946.
John Ferguson Conn, DeLand; commissioned September 26,
1939, for a term of three years., Recommissioned March 5, 1943
until September 24, 1946.
Donald D. Bode, Tampa; commissioned September 11, 1939,
for a term of four years. Term expired and Robert S. Bly,
commissioned September 10, 1943 until September 10, 1947.
Ezda May DeViney, Tallahassee; commissioned September
13, 1939, for a term of four years. Term expired. Recommis-
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MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY
L. H. Keene, Miami; commissioned July 25, 1938, until
May 29, 1942. Resigned May 4, 1939, and J. H. Keene, Miami,
commissioned May 9, 1939, until May 29, 1942. Term expired
and A. C. Haughton, West Palm Beach, commissioned June
13, 1942, until May 29, 1946.
Dan P. Galvin, Tampa; commissioned June 4, 1936, until
June. 12, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned October 7,
1939, until June 12, 1943. Term expired and G. T. Newberry,
Panama City, commissioned July 10, 1943 until June 12, 1947.
K. J. Weihe, Ocala; commissioned July 7, 1936, until July
2, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned August 9, 1940 until
July 2, 1944.
A. C. Haughton, West Palm Beach; commissioned July 26,
1938, until May 29, 1941. Term expired and W. F. Humphreys,
Tampa, commissioned June 23, 1941, until July 2, 1944.
A. S. Kitchen, Clearwater; commissioned March 1, 1938,
until May 29, 1941. Term expired and J. M. Morqus, Arcadia,
commissioned August 4, 1941, until May 29, 1945.
STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS OF NURSES
Clifford H. Ewing, Jacksonville; commissioned December
14, 1938, until August 21, 1941. Resigned July 22, 1941, and
Cora R. Hodges, St. Augustine commissioned November 12,
1941, until August 21, 1945. Resigned September 15, 1942,
and Kathryn Gutwald, Stuart, commissioned September 28,
1942, until August 21, 1945.
Florence C. Blakely, Miami; commissioned October 1, 1940,
until August 30, 1944.
Louise B. Benham, Hawthorne; commissioned October 21,
1935, until September 5, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned
December 12, 1939, until September 5, 1943. Resigned June
15, 1942, and Florence Moore, Winter Park, commissioned
June 20, 1942, until September 5,. 1943. Term expired. Re-
commissioned August 31, 1943 until September 5, 1947.
Jean Waldron, Miami; commissioned January 13, 1939, until
September 9, 1941. Term expired and Lucy Knox McGee, Jack-
sonville commissioned November 12, 1941, until September 9,
1945. Resigned April 1, 1944. Delcie Fay Carson, commis-
sioned April 15, 1944 until September 9, 1945.









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Juanita Robson, Pensacola; commissioned December 19,
1938, until August 30, 1941. Term expired and Elsie M. Moog,
Chattahoochee, commissioned November 10, 1941, until August
30, 1945. Resigned May 14,'1943 and Dorothy Major O'Brien,
Pensacola, commissioned May 19, 1943 until August 30, 1945.

STATE BOARD OF FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS

, Chas. S. McIntosh, Daytona Beach; term expires Next Senate.
Luther C. Fisher, Pensacola; commissioned January 21,
1942, until next Senate. Term expired. Confirmed by Senate
on April 7, 1943 and recommissioned April 21, 1943 from April
7, 1943 until April 21, 1944. Resigned December 22, 1944.
Wilfrid T. Roberts, Sarasota; commissioned January 22,
1942, until next Senate. Granted Military Leave, October 1,
1942 and T. J. Beggs, Jr., Madison, commissioned January 11,
1943 as Acting Member during Military Leave of Wilfrid T.
Roberts.
H. Ryland Cox, Ft. Pierce; commissioned January 22, 1942,
until next Senate. Military leave granted October 26, 1942,
and J. B. Fannin, Fort Lauderdale, commissioned November
17, 1942, as Acting Member State Board of Funeral Directors
and Embalmers during the active military service of H. Ryland
Cox. Confirmed by Senate April 12, 1943 and recommissioned
April 24, 1943 until August 21, 1944.
H. P. Whidden, Bartow; commissioned January 23, 1942,
until next Senate. H. P. Whidden, Bartow, confirmed by the
Senate April 7, 1943, and commissioned April 19, 1943 from
April 7, 1943 until October 21, 1944.

MEMBERS GAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION

All members recommissioned in January, 1943, until next
Senate, under Section 30, Article 4 of the Constitution.

(First District)
Fred G. Garner, Winter Haven, commissioned July 1, 1935
for four years. Term expired and
L. G. Bruce, Bartow; commissioned November 8, 1939, until
July 1, 1943. Recommissioned January 7, 1943 until next
Senate. Term expires January 6, 1948.








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(Second District)
Thompson S. Baker, Jacksonville; commissioned August 4,
1937, until July 1, 1941. Term expired. Recommissioned
March 3, 1942, until July 1, 1945. Resigned July 22, 1941,
and Lester Varn, commissioned October 1, 1942, until July 1,
1945. Recommissioned January 5, 1943 until next Senate. Term
expires January 4, 1946.
(Third District)
Lamar Gammon, Marianna; commissioned July 27, 1937,
until July 1, 1941. Term expired and Louis Morris, Monticello,
commissioned July 24, 1941, until July 1, 1945. Recommis-
sioned January 7, 1943 until next Senate. Confirmed by the
Senate May 13, 1943 and commissioned May 22, 1943 until
January 6, 1947.
(Fourth District)
Inman Weeks, Pahokee, commissioned June 20, 1939, until
June 30, 1942. Resigned July 22, 1941, and J. W. Corbett, Ft.
Pierce, commissioned July 24, 1941, until June 30, 1942. Re-
commissioned June 24, 1942, until June 30, 1946. Recommis-
sioned January 7, 1943 until next Senate. Confirmed by the
Senate May 13, 1943 and recommissioned June 2, 1943 until
January 5, 1945.
(Fifth District)
John S. Clardy, Ocala; commissioned February 12, 1938,
pending the suspension of Harry L. McDonald. Senate con-
sented to this suspension, and
John S. Clardy, Ocala; recommissioned September 27, 1940,
until July 1, 1944. Recommissioned January 25, 1943 until
next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate May 13, 1943 and re-
commissioned June 2, 1943 for term expiring January 24, 1944.
Recommissioned August 7, 1944 until next Senate.

HOTEL COMMISSION
W. 'M. Taylor, Tallahassee, commissioned January 7, 1937,
until June 9, 1939. Recommissioned December 10, 1940, until
June 9, 1943. Resigned January 9, 1941.
Hunter G. Johnson, Bartow; commissioned January 9, 1941,
until June 9, 1943. Hunter G. Johnson, Bartow, commissioned









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June 12, 1943 until first Monday in January, 1945. Resigned
effective December 1, 1943 and George H. Clements, Tallahas-
see, commissioned November 13, 1943 for term beginning De-
cember 1, 1943 and ending first Monday in January, 1945.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS
(State at Large)
D. Niel Ferguson, Ocala; commissioned November 8, 1940,
until June 30, 1943. Term expired. H. P. Osborne, Jackson-
ville, commissioned September 11, 1943 until June 30, 1946.
(First Congressional District)
W. S. Fielding, St. Petersburg; commissioned October 6,
1941, until October 1, 1944. Resigned November 10, 1942.
J. M. Allison, Tampa, commissioned October 10, 1941, until
October 10, 1943. Term expired. Recommissioned August 14,
1943 until August 11, 1946.
(Second Congressional District)
W. Turner Davis, Madison, commissioned August 15, 1942,
until August 7, 1945.
H. P. Osborne, Jacksonville, commissioned February 18,
1942, until August 10, 1944. Resigned September 8, 1943.
Seldon F. Waldo, Gainesville commissioned August 22, 1944
until August 10, 1948.
(Third Congressional District)
James Messer, Jr., Tallahassee; commissioned January 7,
1942, until October 5, 1944. Term expired. Recommissioned
October 21, 1944 until October 5, 1947.
William Fisher, Pensacola; commissioned August 21, 1942,
until August 15, 1946.
(Fourth Congressional District)
N. Vernon Hawthorne, Miami; commissioned May 22, 1942,
until October 31, 1942. Resigned April 21, 1942.
Alfred Green, Daytona Beach; commissioned August 27,
1942, until August 10, 1945 (in Fourth District under old law
of apportionment).
Ralph H. Ferrell, Miami; commissioned May 22, 1942, until
October 31, 1943.









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MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS
Thos. W. Hutson, Miami; commissioned September 11, 1936,
until July 4, 1940. Recommissioned September 6, 1940, until
July 4, 1944. Homer Pearson, Miami, commissioned July 17,
1944 until July 4, 1948.
C. E. Tumlin, Miami, commissioned November 7, 1934, until
July 13, 1938. Recommissioned July 14, 1938, until July 13,
1942. Deceased, and
George S. McClellan, Pompano; commissioned November 13,
1939, until July 13, 1942. Recommissioned July 11, 1942, un-
til July 14, 1946.
James E. Crump, Winter Haven, commissioned August 14,
1936, until July 5, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned De-
cember 17, 1940, until July 5, 1943. Term expired. James B.
Kollar, Vero Beach, commissioned May 2, 1944 until July 5,
1947.
I. W. Chandler, Avon Park; commissioned November 6,
1939, until July 5, 1943. Term expired, recommissioned August
'17, 1943 until July 5, 1947.
Carl A. Williams, St. Petersburg; commissioned August 8,
1935, until July 5, 1939. Term expired. Recommissioned De-
cember 9, 1940, until July 5, 1943.
Frank Gray, Orlando, commissioned July 17, 1944 until
July 17, 1947.
W. M. Rowlett, Tampa, commissioned July 5, 1936, until
July 5, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned July 20, 1940,
until July 5, 1944. Resigned July 3, 1944. Robert G. Nelson,
Tampa, commissioned July 22, 1944 until July 5, 1948.
Harold D. VanSchaick, Jacksonville; commissioned Septem-
ber 10, 1936, until July 4, 1940. Term expired. Recommis-
sioned October 2, 1940 until July 5, 1944. Recommissioned
August 2, 1944 until July 5, 1948.
J. C. Davis, Quincy; commissioned December 9, 1937, until
July 5, 1941; recommissioned October 19, 1941, until July 5,
1945.
S. G. Hollingsworth, Bradenton; commissioned February 7,
1938, until July 21, 1941; recommissioned September 5, 1941
until July 7, 1945.
B. A. Chapman, Jacksonville; commissioned November 12,
1937, until July 5, 1941.









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STATE MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION
D. W. Finley, Tallahassee; commissioned September 30,
1939, until September 29, 1943. Resigned January 27, 1941,
and
Henry J. Driggers; commissioned September 2, 1943 until
first Monday in January, 1945.

STATE BOARD OF NATUROPATHIC EXAMINERS
T. W. Evans, Miami; commissioned June 6, 1938, until July
16, 1941. Term expired. Recommissioned April 27, 1942, until
July 16, 1945.
Yale S. Lunin, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 19, 1938,
until July 15, 1942. Resigned May 29, 1942, and E. B. Sampson,
Tarpon Springs, commissioned June 1, 1942, until July 15,
1942. Term expired. Recommissioned July 27, 1942, until
July 15, 1946. Resigned September 7, 1943 and Charles H.
Damsel, Apopka, commissioned September 17, 1943, until July
15, 1946.
Walter T. Perry, Jacksonville; commissioned November 6,
1935, until July 15, 1939. Term expired and
Rex Smith, Jacksonville; commissioned August 1, 1939, until
July 15, 1943. Recommissioned June 29, 1943 until July 15,
1947.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHIC
MEDICAL EXAMINERS

George W. Prison, DeLand; commissioned March 22, 1940,
until July 29, 1942. Term expired and Richard S. Berry, St.
Petersburg, commissioned August 21, 1942, until July 29, 1945.
Resigned October 8, 1942. Recommissioned October 11, 1943,
until July 29, 1945.
E. W. Flynn, Tallahassee; commissioned January 4, 1937,
until July 29, 1939. Recommissioned September 24, 1940, until
July 29, 1942. Recommissioned August 22, 1942, until July
29, 1945.
Charles C. Tindall, Kissimmee; commissioned October 11,
1940, until August 11, 1943. Recommissioned October 6, 1943
until August 11, 1946.
Norval E. Brown, Tampa; commissioned July 26, 1938, until









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August 16, 1941. Term expired and H. B. Merner, Jackson-
ville, commissioned November 2, 1944, until August 16, 1947.
James J. McCormick, Miami; commissioned April 4, 1940,
until August 20, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned August
29, 1940, until August 20, 1943. Term expired and recommis-
sioned September 2, 1943 until August 20, 1946.
David R. Shull, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned May 10, 1939,
until August 25, 1941. Term expired and R. L. Johnson, Seb-
ring, commissioned October 9, 1941, until August 25, 1944. Re-
commissioned August 31, 1944 until August 25, 1947.
STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY
R. Q. Richards, Ft. Myers; commissioned July 22, 1938, until
July 20, 1942. Recommissioned July 27, 1942 until November
11, 1945.
John K. Clemmer, Miami; commissioned September 5, 1936,
until July 30, 1940. Term expired, and
Geo. I. Martin, Tallahassee; commissioned July 31, 1940,
until July 30, 1944. Recommissioned July 6, 1944 until July
30, 1948.
J. K. Atwood, Jacksonville, commissioned August 17, 1936,
until July 7, 1940. Term expired. Recommissioned July 25,
1940, until July 7, 1944. Recommissioned July 6, 1944 until
July 7, 1948.
C. G. Hamilton, Pompano; commissioned July 25, 1941, until
July 7, 1945.
Roy Hunter, Live Oak; commissioned November 17, 1937,
until July 18, 1941. Term expired.
Donald S. Evans, Orlando; commissioned July 22, 1941, un-
til July 18, 1945. Granted military leave October 30, 1942, and
Emmett Brown, Palatka, commissioned Acting Member, No-
vember 7, 1942, during the term of active military service of
Donald S. Evans.
STATE BOARD OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXAMINERS
W. L. Courson, Daytona Beach; commissioned February 9,
1942, until September 21, 1943. Term expired. Recommis-
sioned October 16, 1943 until October 21, 1946.
Howard F. Mohr, St. Petersburg; commissioned February
13, 1942, until September 21, 1943. Term expired. Recommis-
sioned October 16, 1943 until October 21, 1946.









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Al P. Burgert, Tampa; commissioned February 9, 1942, un-
til September 20, 1944. Carl W. Blakeslee, Tampa, commis-
sioned August 29, 1944 until September 20, 1947.
C. W. Dishinger, Jacksonville; commissioned February 11,
1942, until September 20, 1944.
T. Hope Cawthon, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned Sep-
tember 21, 1942 until September 22, 1945.
FLORIDA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
R. M. Marler, Lakeland; commissioned June 2, 1938, until
July 27, 1941. Jay L. Hearin, Tampa; commissioned July 8,
1944 until July 27, 1947.
D. Earl Wilson, Miami; commissioned April 7, 1937, until
July 27, 1939. Term expired, and
James R. Stockton, Jacksonville; commissioned August 1,
1939, until July 27, 1942. Resigned February 15, 1941, and
O. A. Gane, West Palm Beach commissioned February 21, 1941,
until July 27, 1942. Recommissioned July 31, 1942, until July
27, 1945.
O. P. Swope, Orlando; commissioned June 3, 1938, until
July 26, 1940. Recommissioned August 20, 1941 until July
26, 1943. Recommissioned June 2, 1943 until'July 26, 1947.

MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS
Joseph J. Vara, Bonifay; commissioned November 4, 1937,
until October 21, 1941. Term expired and John R. Scully,
Tampa, commissioned September, 13, 1941, for three years.
John R. Wells, West Palm Beach; commissioned January
30, 1940, until December 20, 1943.
H. C. Nichols, Ocala; commissioned September 22, 1941,
until September 21, 1943.
J. B. Yarborough, Miami; commissioned September 21, 1941,
for four years.
SUPERVISOR OF CONSERVATION
S. E. Rice, Apalachicola; commissioned January 29, 1940,
pursuant to provisions of Chapter 16178, Laws of 1933.
UNITED STATES SENATORS
C. 0. Andrews, Orlando, term expired January 3, 1941. Re-
elected November 5, 1940, for six years from January 7, 1941.
Term expires January 3, 1947.









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Claude Pepper, Tallahassee. Re-elected November 8, 1938,
for six years, from January 3, 1939. Term expires January 3,
1945. Re-elected November 7, 1944 for six years.
REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS
*State at Large-Lex Green, Starke; elected November 3,
1942 for two years from January 3, 1943. Term expired.
First Congressional District-J. Hardin Peterson, Lakeland;
term expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942
for two years from January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 7,
1944 for 2 years.
Second Congressional District-Emory H. Price, Jackson-
ville; elected November 3, 1942 for two years from January 3,
1943. Re-elected November 7, 1944 for 2 years.
Third Congressional District-Bob Sikes, Crestview; term
expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 for two
years -from January 3, 1943. Resigned effective October 22,
1944. Re-elected November 7, 1944 for 2 years.
Fourth Congressional District-Pat Cannon, Miami; term
expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 for two
years from January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 7, 1944 for
2 years. *
Fifth Congressional District--Joe Hendricks, DeLand; term
expired January 3, 1943. Re-elected November 3, 1942 for
two years from January 3, 1943. Re-dected November 7, 1944
for 2 years.
Sixth Congressional District-Dwight L. Rogers, Ft. Lauder-
dale. Elected November 7, 1944 for 2 years.
RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS
Eugene S. Matthews, Starke; term expired January 3, 1943.
Re-elected November, 3, 1942 for four years from January 3,
1943.
Jerry W. Carter, Tallahassee; term expired January 3, 1943.
Re-elected November 3, 1942 for four years from January 3,
1943.
W. B. (Babe) Douglass, Tallahassee; term expired January
1941. Re-elected November 5, 1940 for four years from Jan-
uary, 7, 1941. Re-elected in 1944 for 4 years.
*Terminated on account of the creation of Sixth Congressional
District.









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BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
ADJUTANT GENERAL
Vivian Collins, St. Augustine; confirmed by the Senate and
commissioned June 11, 1937 until January 1, 1941. Re-com-
missioned March 23, 1940 at the pleasure of the Governor.
(Expiration of terms of appointive offices, boards and com-
missions in accordance with Supreme Court Decision in case of
State Ex Rel vs. Collins, 101 Fla. 371).
MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OVERSEAS ROAD
AND TOLL BRIDGE DISTRICT
Benjamin Trevor, Key West, commissioned September 2,
1941 until July 8, 1945. -
Willard M. Albury, Key West, commissioned August 30,
1941 until July 10, 1945.
Maximo Valdez, Key West, commissioned June 15, 1942
until July 8, 1945. Resigned August 31, 1942. Wm. M. De-
merritt Sr. Key West Commissioned October 9, 1942 until July
8, 1945.
James E. Stowers, Key West, commissioned July 7, 1942
until July 6, 1945.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS HALIFAX HOSPITAL DISTRICT
Ralph C. Henson, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 21,
1941, until June 4, 1945 for Sub District One.
Jerome A. Burgman, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 21,
1941, until June 14, 1945 for Sub District Two.
J. K. Lawrence, Ormond Beach; commissioned July 21, 1941,
until June 4, 1945 for Sub District Three. Resigned August
18, 1942.
W. A. Gilliam, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 21, 1941,
until June 4, 1945 for Sub District Four.
B. M. Beach, Holly Hill; commissioned July 21, 1941, until
June 4, 1945 for Sub District Four.
EVERGLADES FIRE CONTROL BOARD
BROWARD
H. M. Forman, Davie; confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941,
and commissioned June 18, 1941 for term ending August 23,
1941, and for term ending August 23, 1943.









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COLLIER
J. Herman T. McGee, Everglades; commissioned July 21,
1941, until next Senate.
DADE
Walter C. Ohlert, Hialeah; confirmed by the Senate June
5, 1941, and commissioned June 12, 1941, until October 4, 1943.
Resigned August 5, 1942. T. N. Toms, Hialeah, confirmed by
the Senate April 12, 1943 for a term ending October 4, 1943.

HENDRY
E. M. Cornette, Clewiston; commissioned June 30, 1941, until
next Senate.
E. M. Cornett, Clewiston, commissioned September 20, 1943
until next Senate.
GLADES
W. B. Norton, confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941, and
commissioned June 12, 1941, for term ending February 11,
1942. Recommissioned February 2, 1942 for two years. Term
expired. Recommissioned April 24, 1944 until next Senate.
HIGHLANDS
N. B. Jackson, Venus; confirmed by the Senate June 5, 1941,
and commissioned June 20, 1941, for term ending August 9,
1941 and August 9, 1943. Term expired. Re-commissioned
August 9, 1943 until next Senate.

MARTIN
O. D. Hattaway, Indiantown; confirmed by the Senate June
5, 1941, and commissioned June 16, 1941, until June 17, 1943.
Term expired. Re-commissioned August 11, 1943 until next
Senate.
MONROE
Thomas S. Caro, Key West; confirmed by the Senate and
commissioned June 26, 1941, for a term beginning June 6, 1941,
and ending August 23, 1941.

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









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August 9, 1941, and for term ending August 9, 1943. Term
expired. Re-commissioned August 9, 1943 until next Senate.
PALM BEACH
James A. Ball, Jr., Bell Glade; confirmed by the Senate June
5, 1941 and commissioned June 14, 1941, for two years from
August 17, 1941. Term expired. Re-commissioned August 9,
1943 until'next Senate.
ST. LUCIE
I. O. Bishop, Ft. Pierce; commissioned June 30, 1941, until
next Senate. Term expired. Recommissioned September 3,
1943 until next Senate.
COMMISSIONERS UNIFORMITY OF LEGISLATION
R. A. Henderson, Jr., Ft. Myers; commissioned June 5, 1939,
until June 5, 1943. Confirmed by Senate April 12, 1943 and
commissioned April 22, 1943 until June 5, 1947.
Edward McCarthy, Jr., Jacksonville; commissioned June 3,
1939, until June 5, 1943; resigned January 15, 1941. Re-com-
missioned September 9, 1941, until next Senate. Term expires
June 5, 1947.
M. Luther Mershon, Miami; commissioned September 9, 1941,
until next Senate. Confirmed by Senate and commissioned
April 12, 1943 until June 5, 1947. Resigned January 12, 1944
and R. K. Lewis, West Palm Beach, commissioned January
28, 1944 until next Senate.
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK COMMISSION
New Board created under Chapter 20669 Acts of 1941 no
commissions issued under above chapter and terms under old
law have expired.
C. O. Palmer, Miami Beach, Executive Chairman; commis-
sioned November 12, 1937, until July 22, 1939. Recommis-
sioned July 23, 1939 for four years.
D. Graham Copeland, Everglades, Member; commissioned
November 20, 1935, until July 22, 1939. Resigned July 15,
1937. Recommissioned November 13, 1937, until July 22, 1939.
H. R. Powell, Miami, Member; commissioned November 20,
1937, until July 22, 1939.
C. J. McElheny, Tampa, Member; commissioned November
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I. J. Reuter, Miami; Member; commissioned November 24,
1937, until July 22, 1939.
(Note only 5 of the 12 members now. serving, others having
resigned and one member died.)

MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS EVERGLADES
DRAINAGE DISTRICT
Mark R. Tennant, Miami; commissioned November 13, 1944
until June. 4, 1947.
Tom M. Bryant, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned October 21,
1942, until June 5, 1946.
Earl McDaniel, West Palm Beach; commissioned November
14, 1944, until June 6, 1947.
Paul Hoenshel, Port Mayaca; commissioned October 23, 1942,
until June 10, 1945.
James E. Beardsley, Clewiston; commissioned May 17, 1943
until June 10, 1946.
FLORIDA AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRIAL RELIEF
COMMISSION
Name changed to Florida State Improvement Commission by
Chapter 20509, Acts of 1941, but no new members appointed.

FLORIDA CITRUS COMMISSION

State at Large
(Grower) Wilbur L. Tilden, Orlando; commissioned June 9,
1942, until May 31, 1944. Re-commissioned June 21, 1944 until
May 31, 1946.
(Shipper) Chas. A. Stewart, Lakeland; commissioned June
12, 1942, until May 31, 1944. Re-commissioned June 14, 1944
until May 31, 1946.
(Shipper) G. R. Brock, Cocoa; commissioned June 11, 1942,
until May 31, 1944. Re-commissioned June 28, 1944 until May
31, 1946. Resigned December 2, 1944 and L. S. Andrews Cocoa,
commissioned December 14, 1944 until May 31, 1946.

District One
(Grower) R. M. Clewis, Sr., Tampa; commissioned June 13,
1941 for two years. Re-commissioned June 2, 1943 until May
21, 1945.









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District Two
(Shipper) A. S. Herlong, Leesburg; commissioned June 12,
1942, until May 31, 1944. Re-commissioneI' June 14, 1944 until
May 31, 1946.
District Three
(Grower) E. H. Williams, Crescent City; commissioned June
13, 1941 for two years. Re-commissioned June 2, 1943 for term
beginning June 1, 1943 and ending May 31, 1945. Deceased
and W. F. Glynn, Crescent City, commissioned October 30,
1943 until May 31, 1945, deceased. W. E. Bishop, Citra, com-
missioned April 5, 1944 until May 31, ,1945.
District Four
(Grower) C. Walton Rex, Orlando; commissioned June 9,
1942, until May 31, 1944.
(Grower) M. H. McNutt, Orlando; commissioned August
18, 1942, until May 31, 1944. Resigned August 10, 1942. Re-
commissioned August 18, 1942 until May 31, 1944. Re-commis-
sioned June 19, 1944 until May 31, 1946.
District Five
(Grower) John M. Knight, Vero Beach; commissioned June
13, 1941 for two years. Re-commissioned June 7, 1943 until
May 31, 1945. Resigned February 1, 1944.
(Grower) J. J. Schuman, Vero Beach, commissioned Jan-
uary 3, 1944 .until May 31, 1945.
District Six
(Grower) Jeff Flake, Wauchula, commissioned June 8, 1942
until May 31, 1944. Re-commissioned June 14, 1944 until May
31, 1946.. Resigned June 8, 1944.
District Seven
(Grower) Tom B. Swann, Winter Haven; commissioned
June 13, 1941 for two years. Re-commissioned June 5, 1943
until May 31, 1945.
(Shipper) Fred W. Davis, Lake Wales; commissioned June
10, 1941 for two years. Re-commissioned June 2, 1943 until
May 31, 1945, resigned June 8, 1944.
(Grower) Harry L. Askew, Lakeland, commissioned June
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GRAPEFRUIT CANNERS ADVISORY COMMISSION
(CITRUS COMMISSION)
H. W. Nelson, Tampa; commissioned July 17, 1941, until
October 5, 1943.
D. A. Hunt, Lake Wales; commissioned September 17, 1943
until September 28, 1945.
R. D. Robinson,.Orlando; commissioned September 17, 1943
until September 27, 1945.
Paul Stanton, Frostproof; commissioned November 1, 1941,
until October 3, 1943.
C. E. Lindsey, Lakeland; commissioned June 30, 1941, until
June 29, 1943. Re-commissioned July 1, 1943 until June 29,
1945.
M. C. Peters, Lake Alfred, commissioned January 25, 1943
until October 4, 1943. Re-commissioned October 6, 1943 until
October 4, 1945.

FLORIDA CRIPPLED CHILDREN COMMISSION

First Congressional District
Wm. Steitz, Lakeland; commissioned February 10, 1941,
until June 15, 1943. Re-commissioned June 16, 1943 until
June 15, 1947.
Second Congressional District
P. J. Watson, Jacksonville; commissioned July 13, 1942,
until June 23, 1944.

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

Fourth Congressional District
Warren Quillen, Coral Gables; commissioned July 16, 1942,
until June 16, 1945. Granted military leave November 7, 1942,
and Mrs. Dorothy E. Morris, Miami, commissioned November.
23, 1942 as Acting Member Florida Crippled Children's Com-
mission during the active military service of Warren W. Quillan.
Fifth Congressional District
Dr. C. S. Colley, Mount Dora; commissioned June 19, 1939,
until June 18, 1944.,









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FLORIDA BOARD OF FORESTRY AND PARKS
Basil E. Kenney, Port St. Joe ; commissioned April 1, 1941,
until August 24, 1944.
A. G. McArthur, Callahan; commissioned August 5, 1938,
until September 7, 1941. Re-commissioned March 25, 1942,
until September 7, 1945. Resigned March 22, 1943 and Jack
W. Simmons, Tallahassee, commissioned July 13, 1944 until
September 7, 1945.
Alex Collins, Ocala, commissioned March 9, 1942, until
October 1, 1942. Term expired and Alex Collins, Ocala, re-
commissioned October 26, 1942, until October 1, 1946. Resigned
July 3, 1944.
A. B. Edwards, Sarasota; commissioned October 7, 1940,
until September 7, 1943.
Mrs. Linwood Jeffereys, Jacksonville; commissioned Novem-
ber 21, 1939, until September 26, 1943. Re-commissioned
August 12, 1944 until September 26, 1947.
FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION
Chairman
Boyce A. Williams, Tavares, commissioned February 3, 1941,
until June 30, 1941. Re-commissioned July 18, 1941, until first
Monday in January, 1945. Resigned December 15, 1944. Carl
B. Smith, Tampa; commissioned December 15, 1944 until first
Tuesday after first Monday in January, 1945.
Members (2)
Arthur W. Ritzaur, Lake Worth; commissioned September
10, 1941, until first Monday in January, 1945.
Joe Foley, Foley; commissioned October 8, 1941, until Jan-
uary, 1945.
Director Unemployment Compensation Division
(Under Civil Service)
Director Employment Division
(Under Civil Service)
Board of Review
Thomas W. Fielding, Gainesville; commissioned August 28,
1939, until January 11, 1941. Term expired and J. Irvin Wal-
den, Sarasota, commissioned June 30, 1941, until January 11,
1945.









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J. A. Scarlett, DeLand; commissioned January 1, 1945 until
January 12, 1947.
Otis R. Parker, Ft. Pierce; commissioned January 13, 1939,
until January 12, 1942.

FLORIDA BOARD OF MASSAGE

One Year Member for First Term
Agnes P. Snediker, St. Petersburg; commissioned September
2, 1943 for 1 year.
Two-Year Member for First Term
Eric L. Wickman, West Palm Beach; commissioned August
21, 1943 for two years.
Three-Year Member for First Term
Paul Steele, Miami, commissioned August 21, 1943 for three
years.
FLORIDA MILK BOARD

Administrator
Paul H. Ficht, Clearwater; commissioned June 12, 1941, until
May 31, 1945. Resigned February 15, 1944 and L. K. Nichols,
Miami; commissioned January 15, 1944, until May 31, 1945.

Board of Health
Fred Safay, Jacksonville; commissioned July 2, 1939, for
two years from May 31, 1939. Henry Hansen, Jacksonville;
appointed Ex-Officio member July 21, 1942.

Department of Agriculture
J. M. Scott, Gainesville; commissioned July 8, 1939, for two
years from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned December 6, 1941,
until May 30, 1945.
Producer
Harry Benson, Boynton; commissioned June 28, 1939, for
two years from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned October 29, 1941,
until May 30, 1945.
Distributor
W. E. Wells, St. Petersburg; commissioned August 13, 1940,
until May 30, 1942.









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Producer-Distributor
E. A. Gilbert, Tallahassee; commissioned June 28, 1939, for
two years from May 31, 1939. Term expired and S. H. Solo-
mon, Quincy, commissioned July 6, 1943 until May 31, 1947.

Not connected with Milk Industry
Bertha Elliott, Jacksonville; commissioned July 5, 1939,
for one year from May 31, 1939. Recommissioned November
25, 1944, until May 31, 1948.

FLORIDA CENTENNIAL COMMISSION
State at Large
La Monte Graw, Miami; commissioned December 12, 1941,
for four years.
First Congressional District
Frank D. Jackson, Tampa; commissioned February 19, 1942,
for four years.
Second Congressional District
Walter J. Matherly, Gainesville; commissioned December 29,
1941, for four years.
Garnett Andrews, Jacksonville; commissioned February 17,
1942, for four years. Resigned July 31, 1944.
Herbert Lamson, Jacksonville; commissioned August 3, 1944,
until February 17, 1946.
Third Congressional District
W. I. Stinson, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned December
10, 1941, for four years.
Jack W. Simmons, Tallahassee; commissioned December 13,
1941, for four years. Resigned June 30, 1944.
J. B. Whitfield, Tallahassee; commissioned August 3, 1944,
until December 31, 1945.
Fourth Congressional District
J. B. Sullivan, West Palm Beach; commissioned January 2,
1942, for four years.
Fifth Congressional District
Walter L. Hays, Orlando; commissioned December 15, 1941,
for four years.









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Roy V. Ott, Ocala; commissioned December 16, 1941, for
four years. Resigned October 12, 1942; and C. L. Beals, St.
Augustine; commissioned April 22, 1943, until December 15,
1945.
INSPECTOR OF AIRCRAFT
Hugh L. Mayes, Tallahassee; term not fixed by law. See
Chapter 11339, Laws of Florida, Extraordinary Session, 1925.
INSPECTORS, BUREAU OF INSPECTIONS, DEPARTMENT
OF COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
J. L. Carroll, Marianna; commissioned September 2, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 9, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
H. R. Ferran, Eustis; commissioned September 3, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned October 14, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
M. F. McKay, Tampa; commissioned September 3, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 9, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
Wm. McCarrell, Jacksonville; commissioned September 3,
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 11,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
Rupert W. Smith, Arcadia; commissioned September 3, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned October 7, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Antonio Dibona, Tampa; commissioned September 3, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 12, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
P. M. Nasworthy, Jacksonville; commissioned September 4,
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 11,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
J. B. Taylor, Jacksonville; commissioned September 4, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 9, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
O. K. Sheffield, Ft. Pierce; commissioned September 7, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 9, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
J. W. Davis, Ocala; commissioned September 7, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 12, 1941,
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C. A. Peters, Miami; commissioned September 7, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 15, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
J. B. Heirs, Miami; commissioned September 7, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 15, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
R. F. Milliken, Middleburg; commissioned September 7,
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 9,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
Roy R. Roper, Winter Garden; commissioned September 13,
1937, at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 9,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
Roy Hutchinson, Tallahassee; commissioned October 5, 1937,
at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned December 12, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Nat Mayo, Ocala; commissioned November 23, 1937, at
pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned September 10, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
W. E. Buhrman, Sanford; commissioned May 5, 1938, at
pleasure of Governor.
B. W. Brinson, Madison; commissioned October 25, 1938, at
pleasure of Governor.
L. S. Warren, Pompano; commissioned August 15, 1939, at
pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned December 16, 1943,
until August 15, 1943, at pleasure of Governor.
Henry M. Baker, West Palm Beach; commissioned August
15, 1939, at pleasure of Governor.
A. G. Colcord, Ft. Myers; commissioned August 15, 1939,
at pleasure of Governor.
Orion W. Davis, Gainesville; commissioned June 8, 1940, at
pleasure of Governor.
Thomas B. Newman, Winter Garden; commissioned June 7,
1940, at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned July 14, 1944
for 3 years, at pleasure of Governor.
Al G. Smith, Wauchula; commissioned October 28, 1940, for
one year from November 1, 1940. Re-commissioned February
2, 1942, at pleasure of Governor.
Al G. Smith, Wauchula, commissioned February 11, 1943
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William Fletcher, Leesburg; commissioned April 10, 1944
during pleasure of Governor not exceeding a term of four years.
0. W. Davis, Gainesville, commissioned May 26, 1944 during
pleasure of Governor not exceeding a term of four years.
C. T. Traylor, Blountstown; commissioned June 12, 1944
during pleasure of Governor not exceeding a term of four years.
E. C. Bennett, Ockalawaha; commissioned January 28, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned January 28, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Geo. W. Wilson, Jacksonville; commissioned January 29,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
W. C. Gibson, Miami; commissioned January 29, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor. Re-commissioned January 29, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
W. W. Strum, Marianna; commissioned February 5, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Ray L. Hendricks, Orlando; commissioned February 6, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
J. Q. Lloyd, Tarpon Springs; commissioned September 20,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
E. B. Green, Ocala; commissioned October 1, 1941, at pleas-
ure of Governor.
John Evans, Lake Worth; commissioned November 25, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
J. W. Friesner, Lake Alfred; commissioned December 1,
1941, at pleasure of Governor.
Dan Moyer, Pensacola; commissioned December 6, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
Walter Freeze, Clearwater; commissioned December 29, 1941,
at pleasure of Governor.
Ross Copeland, Tampa; commissioned January 30, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
Geo. W. Mann, Bartow; commissioned January 30, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
P. L. Rollo, Pensacola; commissioned February 1, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
Percy Moody, Palatka; commissioned February 3, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.
John S. Weathers, Ocala; commissioned March 10, 1941, at
pleasure of Governor.









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

SUPERVISING INSPECTOR OF NAVAL STORES
A. J. Murphy, Kissimmee; commissioned December 30, 1940,
during the pleasure of the Governor.

INSPECTORS OF NAVAL STORES, STATE AT LARGE
E. M. Parker, Panama City; term expires at pleasure of
Governor. Deceased and James F. Berry, Jacksonville, com-
missioned June 24, 1944; term expires at pleasure of Governor.
Fred E. Thompson, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
H. C. Neff, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of Gov-
ernor. Deceased.
C. F. Register, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
A. J. Murphy, Lake Wales; term expires at pleasure of
Governor; resigned.
E. A. Eggert, Pensacola; term expires at pleasure of Gov-
ernor.
W. C. Hamilton, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
C. R. Shouse, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.
George P. Megram, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure
of Governor.
W. C. Powell, Jacksonville; term expires at pleasure of
Governor.

JUDAH P. BENJAMIN MEMORIAL COMMISSION
Chas. H. Patten, Ellenton; commissioned November 18, 1937,
until August 10, 1941. Re-commissioned January 10, 1942,
until August 10, 1945.
Mrs. Eva Gates, Manatee; commissioned November 12, 1937,
until August 17, 1941. Re-commissioned January 2, 1942, until
August 17, 1945.
Mrs. R. E. Dowling, Bradenton; commissioned November 16,
1937, until August 10, 1941. Re-commissioned January 2,
1942, until August 10, 1945.









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MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF CONTROL
West Florida
T. T. Scott, Live Oak; commissioned June 19, 1942, until
June 27, 1945.
East Florida
H. P. Adair, Jacksonville; commissioned June 19, 1942, until
June 27, 1945.
South Florida
.M. Luther Mershon, Miami; commissioned January 14, 1944,
until June 27, 1947.
Middle Florida
Thomas W. Bryant, Lakeland, commissioned April 13, 1942,
until June 27, 1945.
Middle South Florida
N. B. Jordan, Quincy; commissioned October 27, 1939, until
June 27, 1943. Re-commissioned January 15, 1944, until June
27, 1947.
MEMBERS DADE MEMORIAL PARK COMMISSION
O. B. Koonce, Eustis; commissioned September 8, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares, commissioned February 1, 1945
until September 8, 1945 during pleasure of Governor.
George Lee Singletary, Leesburg; commissioned September
8, 1937, during the pleasure of the Governor.
J. A. Traylor, Sumterville, commissioned February 1, 1945
until September 8, 1945 during pleasure of Governor.
Mrs. A. M. Roland, Bushnell; commissioned September 13,
1937, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned November
16, 1944.
MEMBERS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
(Subject to confirmation by the Senate)
William Parr, Tampa; commissioned June 27, 1941, until
next Senate. Confirmed by Senate April 12, 1943 and commis-
sioned May 15, 1943, until June 7, 1945.
Robert McIver, Jacksonville; commissioned March 28, 1942,
until next Senate. Term expired. Confirmed by the Senate
April 12, 1943 and re-commissioned April 21, 1943, until June
7, 1945.









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Herbert L. Bryans, Pensacola; commissioned December 13,
1940, until next Senate. Term expired. Re-commissioined March
27, 1942, until next Senate. Term expired. Confirmed by the
Senate April 12, 1943 and re-commissioned April 23, 1943, until
June 7, 1945.
MEMBERS STATE LIBRARY BOARD
D. H. Redfearn, Miami; commissioned December 20, 1939,
until March 17, 1941. Re-commissioned March 21, 1941, until
March 17, 1945.
Kathryn Abbey Hanna, Winter Park; commissioned October
7, 1941, until March 28, 1942. Re-commissioned July 16, 1942,
until March 29, 1946.
Harold Colee, Jacksonville; commissioned November 17, 1941,
until September 5, 1945.

MEMBERS STATE LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD
LeRoy Bass, Kissimmee; commissioned April 10, 1941, until
July 31, 1942. Re-commissioned October 7, 1942, until July
31, 1946. (Resigned January 9, 1945 and Henry Partin, com-
missioned February 15, 1945 until July 31, 1946.)
Dave Turner, Bradley Junction; commissioned April 8, 1941,
until July 31, 1942. Re-commissioned August 27, 1942, until
July 31, 1946.
C. F. Raulerson, Ft. Pierce; commissioned September 21,
1936, until July 31, 1939. Re-commissioned January 7, 1942,
until July 31, 1943. Re-commissioned September 17, 1943,
until July 31, 1947.
James H. Bright, Hialeah; commissioned July 31, 1935, until
July 30, 1939. Term expired. Re-commissioned April 11,
1940, until July 31, 1943. Term expired. Re-commissioned
August 11, 1943, until July 31, 1947.
C. E. Perry, Gainesville; commissioned December 12, 1940,
until July 31, 1944. Re-commissioned December 30, 1944, until
July 31, 1948.
J. W. Woodward, Quincy; commissioned September 10, 1942,
until July 31, 1945.
J. D. Wilbanks, Tampa; commissioned October 15, 1938,
until July 31, 1941; re-commissioned October 6, 1941, until July
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OCEAN SHORE IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
George Moody, Flagler Beach; commissioned August 20,
1940, until June 9, 1944. Re-commissioned July 5, 1944, until
June 9, 1948.
F. L. Byrd, Bunnell; commissioned August 8, 1940, until
June 9, 1944. Term expired. Re-commissioned May 27, 1944,
until June 9, 1948.
T. Nelson O'Rouke, Daytona Beach; commissioned June 20,
1944, until June 19, 1948.
Chas. A. Thompson, Daytona Beach; commissioned June 20,
1944, until June 8, 1948.
Paul H. Cox, Daytona Beach; commissioned June 20, 1944,
until June 15, 1948.
MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OKEECHOBEE
FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT
Carl Hanton, Ft. Myers; commissioned November 18, 1944,
until July 16, 1945.
G. Carl Adams, Miami Springs; commissioned September 8,
1931, until September 7, 1933.
F. Deane Duff, Clewiston; commissioned November 19, 1944.
until July 13, 1946.
Russell G. Snow, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned November
28, 1944, until July 13, 1946.
Jacob M. Boyd, West Palm Beach; commissioned December
30, 1932, until July 23, 1935. Resigned August 12, 1942.

MEMBERS STATE PAROLE COMMISSION
Francis Rhett Bridges, Jr., Jacksonville; appointed and
commissioned by the Board of State Institutions October 7,
1941 for a term of six years, subject to confirmation by the
Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 7, 1943 for a term ex-
piring October 7, 1947.
Joseph Young Cheney, Tampa; appointed and commission-
ed by the Board of State Institutions October 7, 1941 for term
of 2 years, subject to confirmation by the Senate. Confirmed
by the Senate April 7, 1943 for a term expiring October 6, 1943.
Joseph Young Cheney, Tallahassee; commissioned October 6,
1943 for six years from October 7, 1943, subject to Senate con-
firmation.









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James T. Vocelle, Vero Beach; appointed and commissioned
by the Board of State Institutions, October 7, 1941 for four
years, subject to Senate Confirmation. Confirmed by the Sen-
ate April 7, 1943 for a term expiring October 6, 1945. Resigned
January 1, 1945.
MEMBERS STATE PLANNING BOARD
A. J. Rountree, Lake City; commissioned September 19,*
1939, until July 30, 1942. Term expired. Sam D. Fitzsim-
mons, Fort Myers; commissioned March 3, 1943 for four years.
A. C. Clewis, Tampa; commissioned December 9, 1937, until
July 30, 1941. R. P. Terry, Miami; commissioned December 10,
1941, until July 30, 1945.
Alex B. Steuart, Tallahassee; commissioned January 26,
1938, until January, 1941. C. B. Treadway, Orlando; commis-
sioned March 27, 1941, until January, 1945.
Secretary of State Ex Officio Member Chairman State Road
Dept. Ex Officio Member.
MEMBERS STATE RACING COMMISSION
First Congressional District
Henry S. Baynard, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 15,
1942, until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 19,
1943 and commissioned May 11, 1943, until first Monday in
January, 1945. Resigned April 14, 1944.
Second Congressional District
Louis J. Day, Live Oak; commissioned January 24, 1941,
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15, 1941 and
re-commissioned April 25, 1941, for a term of two years from
June 29, 1941. Confirmed by the Senate April 19, 1943 and
re-commissioned June 1; 1943 for term expiring first Monday
in January, 1945.
Third Congressional District
Joe L. Sharit, Port St. Joe; commissioned January 21, 1942,
until next Senate. Re-commissioned May 27, 1943, until first
Monday in January, 1945.
Fourth Congressional District
Alex Balfe, Miami; commissioned January 24, 1941, until
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until June 29, 1941. Re-confirmed and re-commissioned May
26, 1941 for term beginning June 29, 1941 and ending June
29, 1943. Alex Balfe, Miami; confirmed April 19, 1943 and re-
commissioned June 19, 1943, until first Monday in January,
1945.
Fifth Congressional District
Roy Patience, Crescent City; commissioned November 26,
1943 until first Monday in January, 1945, unless an appoint-
ment be sooner made and confirmed by Senate.
MEMBER STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT
First Congressional District
J. F. Townsend, Lake Wales; commissioned February 17,
1941, until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15,
1941 and re-commissioned April 22, 1941, until October 7, 1943.
Re-confirmed and re-commissioned April 29, 1943 for a term
expiring first Monday in January, 1945.
Second Congressional District
James R. Stockton, Jacksonville; commissioned February 17,
1941, until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15,
1941 and re-commissioned April 23, 1941, until January 7, 1943.
Re-confirmed and re-commissioned April 28, 1943 for a term
expiring first Monday in January, 1945.
Third Congressional District
Thomas A. Johnson, Pensacola; commissioned February 7,
1941, until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 15,
1941, and commissioned April 16, 1941 until September 29,
1942. Re-commissioned April 29, 1943 for a term beginning
September 29, 1942 and ending Senate of 1943. Re-confirmed
and re-commissioned April 29, 1943 for a term expiring the
first Monday in January, 1945.
Fourth Congressional District
G. O. Lindsey, Miami; commissioned May 27, 1942, until
next Senate. Re-confirmed and re-commissioned April 26, 1943
for a term expiring first Monday in January, 1945.
Fifth Congressional District
C. Fred Ward, Winter Park; commissioned November 12,
1941, until next Senate. Re-confirmed and re-commissioned









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April 29, 1943 for a term expiring first Monday in January,
1945.
DISTRICT BOARD SOCIAL WELFARE

District No. 1
E. C. Work, Badgad; commissioned July 1, 1937, during the
pleasure of the governor. Term expired and
B. P. Morris, DeFuniak Springs; commissioned July 1, 1937
at the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned March 26, 1943 and
A. G. Campbell, Jr., commissioned March 30, 1943 at the pleas-
ure of the Governor pot exceeding four years.
J. Albert Jacoby, Molino; commissioned December 14, 1943
until August 29, 1944.
T. C. Rozier, Milton; commissioned February 4, 1942, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned January 13, 1943
and T. W. Jones, Milton; commissioned April 17, 1943 during
the pleasure of the Governor.
Dr. C. W. Carter, Westville; commissioned March 16, 1939,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 9,
1942. L. E. Sellers, Chipley; commissioned April 9, 1943, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June 28, 1944, and
Mrs. A. L. McDuffie, commissioned August 25, 1944, until April
9, 1947, during the pleasure of the Governor.
A. J. Dixon, Esto; commissioned October 4, 1941, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August 12, 1943, and
James T. Evans, Bonifay; commissioned January 27, 1944, un-
til October 4, 1945.
Mrs. F. E. Mitchell, Valparaiso; commissioned November 5,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. J. E. Daniels, Pensacola; commissioned January 24,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Frank Dearing, Panama City; commissioned May 2, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August 2, 1943,
and A. Clark Dean, Panama City; commissioned January 14,
1944, until May 2, 1946. Resigned December 12, 1944.
John G. McNair, Pensacola; commissioned September 25,
1940, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August
10, 1942, and
H. A. Brosnaham, Pensacola; commissioned August 22, 1942,
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R. L. McKenzie, Panama City; commissioned September 9,
1940, during the pleasure of the Governor. Recommissioned
February 24, 1944, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the
Governor.
District No. 2
Mrs. O. O. Mickler, Tallahassee; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and re-com-
missioned February 11, 1942, during the pleasure of the
Governor.
O. M. Ashmore, Sopchoppy; commissioned June 3, 1939, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
Ben Willis, Tallahassee; commissioned April 11, 1940, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and
Robert C. Parker, Tallahassee; commissioned February 4,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned and C.
Edgerton Patterson, Tallahasee; commissioned December 20,
1943, until February 4, 1946.
Mrs. Eva Rhodes, Bristol; commissioned February 7, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 30,
1944.
Claude B. Arrington, Havana; commissioned February 6,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned May 31,
1943, and T. I. Deane, Quincy; commissioned June 12, 1943,
until February 6, 1944.
Eleanor H. Floyd, Apalachicola; commissioned February 10,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Sally Puleston Taylor, Monticello; commissioned February
26, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
B. H. Dickens, Port Saint Joe; commissioned February 26,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
H. D. Ward, Cottondale; commissioned March 17, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Flora Burton, Marianna; commissioned March 6, 1942, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor, resigned August 22, 1944.
Mrs. W. N. Faircloth, Quincy; commissioned February 12,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.

District No. 3
B. W. Helvenston, Jr., Live Oak; commissioned January 9,
1943, during the pleasure of the 'Governor.









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Samuel B. Hardee, Trenton; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Van H. Priest, Madison; commissioned April 3, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor for four years from April
3, 1942.
Mrs Barney Howard, Jasper; commissioned May 12, 1943,
until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mamie C. Redding, Cross City; commissioned August 25,
1943, during the pleasure of the Governor not exceeding a term
of four years. Resigned July 22, 1944.
Mrs. M. F. Home, Jasper; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June 16, 1942.
Maude M. Adamson, Mayo; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
C. J. Hackney, Live Oak; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 16, 1942.
J. P. Kimble, Bronson; commissioned September 16, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
S. R. Langston, Cross City; commissioned November 4, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned September 18,
1942.
E. F. Montgomery, Lake City; commissioned December 1,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
John Rowland, Perry; commissioned March 2, 1942, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June 10, 1943, and
re-commissioned August 7, 1944, until March 2, 1946, during
the pleasure of the Governor.

District No. 4
Jasper C. Carter, Dade City; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor; re-commissioned November
20, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Harry Jukes, Tarpon Springs; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June 13, 1940.
Rachel R. Upham, St. Petersburg; commissioned July 1,
1937, during the pleasure of the Governor.
J. M. Weeks, Brooksville; commissioned October 12, 1939,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Dr. Grace Whitford, Ozona; commissioned November 10,
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Mrs. A. P. Endsley, Brooksville; commissioned November
12, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Nell Allen, Bunnell; commissioned November 1, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Frank J. Booth, Clearwater; commissioned January 9, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Frank Morris, Inverness; commissioned November 10, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned March 23, 1944,
and Henry D. Bassett, Inverness, commissioned April 4, 1944,
until November 10, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.

District No. 5

Mrs. Joe Hill Williams, Lake Butler; commissioned February
5, 1944, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
James B. Fraser, Macclenny; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August 15,
1941.
Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Starke, commissioned May 18, 1940,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned October 5, 1942,
and
L. A. Reynolds, Starke; commissioned December 18, 1942,
until May 7, 1944, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Ida M. Knabb, Macclenny; commissioned September 15,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
George B. Gorman, St. Augistine; commissioned April 2,
1942, for four "years, from June 14, 1940.
Harry M. Agin, Waldo; commissioned March 6, 1942, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
Ira Thomas, Green Cove Springs; commissioned November
19, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Herbert Wm. Fisher, Fernandina; commissioned November
23, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. Mrs. Herbert
Wm. Fishler, commissioned April 26, 1943, during the term of
active military service of Herbert Wm. Fisher. Resigned
August 26, 1943. Commissioned September 3, 1943, until No-
vember 22, 1946.
Verle A. Pope, St. Augustine; commissioned June 15, 1940,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. J. W. McCollum, Gainesville; commissioned December









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21, 1942, until October 29, 1944, during the pleasure of the
Governor.
Jean L. B. Burt, Palatka; commissioned July 16, 1943 for
four years from July 5, 1943, during the pleasure of the
Governor.

District No. 6

Jas. Ross, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired and
Dr. Robert Cleveland; commissioned December 2, 1941, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Chas. W. Tucker, South Jacksonville; commissioned
November 18, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. Re-
signed February 28, 1944, and
Miranda Yerkes Childress, Jacksonville; commissioned April
26, 1944, until November 18, 1945.
Harry Reinstine, Jacksonville; commissioned March 10, 1943,
until November 4, 1945. Resigned December 10, 1943, and
Lucien H. Boogs, Jacksonville; commissioned August 2, 1944,
until November 4, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Geo. M. Tanner, Baldwin; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Naniscah McL. Tucker, Jacksonville; commissioned
July 1, 1937, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Ben Stein, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned Novem-
ber 7, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Milton C. Moore, Jacksonville; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned Novem-
ber 14, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Charles R. Norton, Jacksonville, commissioned July 1,
1937, during the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned
September 12, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
G. D. Gay, Jacksonville, commissioned June 7, 1940, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned February 14, 1944.
George L. Rosborough, Jacksonville; commissioned April 25,
1944, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Herbert Lamson, Jacksonville; commissioned November 5,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.









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District No. 7
L. B. Poston, Tampa; commissioned October 7, 1941, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
W. P. Adamson, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned October 15,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
James W. Warren, Tampa; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned September 4,
1941, and
Paul Vega, Tampa; commissioned October 6, 1941, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. T. C. Maguire, Plant City, commissioned January 18,
1938, during the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned
November 13, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. V. H. Northcutt, Tampa; commissioned January 28,
1938, during the pleasure of the Governor.
,Mrs. Albert Mellon, Tampa; commissioned June 13, 1938,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. R. W. Simpson, Tampa; commissioned September 22,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Maude Hough, Tampa; commissioned September 30,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
J. G. Smith, Plant City; commissioned February 13, 1943
during the pleasure of the Governor, until November 11, 1945.
Resigned September 30, 1943.
A. R. Larric, Plant City; commissioned October 28, 1943,
until November 11, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Ralph A. Marsicano, Tampa; commissioned September
23, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Gettis B. Henderson, Tampa; commissioned September 23,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.

District No. 8
Mrs. Mary Brownell, Sarasota; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
J. H. Hancock, Punta Gorda; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Deceased.
Mrs. A. R. Barnett, Bradenton; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned November 1,
1941.









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Bruce L. Davis, Arcadia; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor.
D. W. Ireland, Ft. Myers; commissioned July 1, 1937, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned February 4, 1942.
Mrs. Merle C. Kayton, Wauchula; commissioned May 6, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned February 24,
1944.
J. C. Parker Anderson, Avon Park; commissioned June 24,
1939, during the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned
February 18, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Paola C. Copeland, Everglades; commissioned December 29,
1941, at the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned October 23,
1943.
May D. Durrance, Punta dorda; commissioned December 29,
1941, at pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Bert W. Hendrickson, Bradenton; commissioned De-
cember 17, 1941 at pleasure of the Governor. Resigned Novem-
ber 8, 1943, and Walter H. Tucker, Bradenton; commissioned
November 19, 1943, until December 17, 1945, during the pleasure
of the Governor.
Gerald Ludwig, Sarasota; commissioned January 5, 1942,
at pleasure of the Governor. Resigned March 6, 1942.
Lloyd M. Lily, Moore Haven; commissioned January 7, 1942,
at pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. J. A. McGhee, Clewiston; commissioned January 22,
1942 at pleasure of the Governor.
Bertha B. Watkins, Arcadia; commissioned February 23,
1942, at pleasure of the Governor. Resigned August 10, 1942.
Howard W. Robarts, Arcadia; commissioned December 9, 1943,
until February 20, 1946, at pleasure of the Governor.
Sam W. Johnson, Ft. Myers; commissioned March 25, 1942,
from March 25, 1942, until December 17, 1945, at pleasure of
the Governor.
Truman E. Fassett, Sarasota; commissioned May 6, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor until January 4, 1946,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned, and A. B.
Shogren, Sarasota; commissioned December .28, 1943, until
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District No. 9
T. Paul Haley, Florida City; commissioned September 25,
1942, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Neil Hayes, Little River; commissioned July 24, 1942, until
July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Bernard Simon, Miami; commissioned July 23, 1942,
until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Marie Willard Anderson, Miami; commissioned July 24,
1942, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Troy C. Davis, Miami; commissioned July 25, 1942, until
July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. R. C. Hancock, Miami; commissioned July 24, 1942,
until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. Re-
signed May 4, 1944.
Thomas F. O'Neal, Miami; commissioned August 10, 1942,
until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor. De-
ceased, and A. L. Reynolds, Miami; commissioned February 4,
44, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Dr. Robert L. Allen, Miami; commissioned November 30,
1942, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Samuel S. McCahill, Miami; commissioned November
4, 1944, until July 1, 1945, during the pleasure of the Governor.

District No. 10
E. H. Hunt, Okeechobee; commissioned March 1, 1938, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned June 30,
1943, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Fred L. Martin, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned October 20,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned June
30, 1944.
M. R. Cartwright, Stuart; commissioned March 2, 1942, dur-
ing the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 21, 1944.
Fred W. Maxwell, West Palm Beach; commissioned March
4, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned. De-
cember 10, 1943, and Joe Hill Williams, West Palm Beach,
commissioned March 8, 1944, until March 4, 1946.
Carl N. Herman, West Palm Beach; commissioned March
31, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Warren T. Zeuch, Vero Beach; commissioned March 23, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.









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Mrs. R. L. Murray, Belle Glade; commissioned April 15,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Gerald Saunders, Key West; commissioned August 3, 1942,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. James M. Howard, Ft. Pierce; commissioned Decem-
ber 17, 1943, until July 7, 1947. Resigned June 3, 1944, and
Allen W. Graves, Fort Pierce; commissioned July 13, 1944,
,until July 7, 1947.

District No. 11
Mrs. J. M. Douglas, Wiersdale; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor, re-commissioned March
21, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. J. H. Popham, Center Hill; commissioned July 1, 1937,
during the pleasure of the Governor, re-commissioned June 24,
1942, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned Novem-
ber 17, 1942.
R. B. Fuller, Mulberry; commissioned July 1, 1937, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned November 3,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
L. C. Sinclair, Winter Haven; commissioned March 3, 1939,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Re-commissioned Novem-
ber 13, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Leroy H. Oetjen, Leesburg; commissioned August 7, 1939,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned July 16, 1941.
Martha Ballinger Doyle, Lakeland; commissioned November
3, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned July
27, 1942.
Nye E. Jordan, Bartow; commissioned November 3, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Virginia Dean, Eustis; commissioned April 3, 1942, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
S. H. Bowman, Clermont; commissioned July 24, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Harris Powers, Ocala; commissioned June 22, 1942, during
the pleasure of the Governor. Term expired. Herbert McNeil,
Ocala; commissioned April 26, 1943, until June 21, 1943, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
Jessie Mae Boring, Wildwood; commissioned February 16,
1943, until June 23, 1943.









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District No. 12
Mrs. Mary E. Summerlin, Daytona Beach; commissioned
November 19, 1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
N. C. Bryan, Kissimmee; commissioned November 21, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
John A. Holder, DeLand; commissioned November 22, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Eldridge Hart, Orlando; commissioned November 26, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor.
Amy T. Newall, Orlando; commissioned November 27. 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 5,
1942.
Geo. I. Fullerton, New Smyrna; commissioned December 1,
1941, during the pleasure of the Governor.
William F. Cappelman, Winter Garden; commissioned No-
vember 19, 1942, during the pleasure of the Governor.
Mrs. Edgar T. Mobley, Sanford; commissioned March 13,
1939, during the, pleasure of the Governor.
Mary Holler, Sanford; commissioned March 6, 1942, during
the pleasure of the Governor.
James F. McMillan, Cocoa; commissioned December 1, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned December 2,
1942.
MEMBERS STATE WELFARE BOARD
Commissioner
Leland W. Hiatt, Marianna; commissioned October 13, 1941,
until June 30, 1945.
Members
O. C. Minton, Vero Beach; commissioned July 1, 1939, until
next Senate. Re-commissioned October 8, 1941. Term expires
July 1, 1946. Resigned December 21, 1944.
James Warren, Tampa; commissioned September 12, 1941,
until next Senate. Granted military leave and Dave Falk,
Tampa; commissioned Acting Member December 7, 1942 during
the term of active military service of James Warren. Re-con-
firmed April 12, 1943, and re-commissioned June 22, 1943, until
July 1, 1946.
J. D. Carroll, Pensacola; commissioned September 14, 1943,
until next Senate.









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Emmett Safay, Jacksonville; commissioned July 30, 1941,
until next Senate. Confirmed by the Senate April 12, 1943,
and re-commissioned June 9, 1943 for a term expiring July 1,
1947.
Ellen Whiteside, Coral Gables; commissioned February 7,
1942, until next Senate. Confirmed -by the Senate April 12,
1943, and re-commissioned May 31, 1943 for a term expiring
July 1, 1947. Resigned and Mrs. Hollis Rinehart, Jr., Coral
Gables; commissioned December 27, 1943, until next Senate.
D. W. Ireland, Ft. Myers; commissioned February 9, 1942,
until next Senate.
W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach; commissioned July 28, 1941,
until next Senate. Confirmed by Senate April 12, 1943, and re-
commissioned June 10, 1943 for a term expiring July 1, 1945.

STATE COUNCIL FOR THE BLIND
Ex-Officio Member
W. J. Gardiner, Daytona Beach.
Two-Year Members
E. B. Brandt, St. Petersburg; commissioned November 19,
1941, for two years. Re-commissioned December 18, 1943, until
November 19, 1947.
W. Keith Phillips, Miami; commissioned November 18, 1941,
for two years. Re-commissioned December 20, 1943, until No-
vember 18, 1947.
Four-Year Members
Calvin L. Todd, Pensacola; commissioned November 21, 1941,
for four years.
D. R. (Billy) Matthews, Gainesville; commissioned November
21, 1941, for four years. Resigned July 18, 1942.
Russell Frink, Jacksonville; commissioned July 27, 1942,
until November 21, 1945.
NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW
Mrs. James A. Craig, Jacksonville; commissioned May 13,
1930; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04
Florida Statutes, 1941.
Miss Florence Corrington, Miami; commissioned June 18,
1934; term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04
Florida Statutes, 1941.









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Mrs. Carl W. Hill, Tampa; commissioned January 21, 1936;
term not fixed by law. See Sections 521.01 to 521.04 Florida
Statutes, 1941.
PRIVATE SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNOR
Ralph Davis, Tallahassee; commissioned January 7, 1941,
during the pleasure of the Governor. Resigned October 15,
1943, and Robert L. McClure Madison; commissioned November
1, 1943, during the pleasure of the Governor.

STATE AUDITOR AND ASSISTANTS

State Auditor
Bryan Willis, Tallahassee, commissioned September 1, 1941,
until August 13, 1943. Term expired and re-commissioned
August 5, 1943, until August 13, 1947.
Assistants
A. J. Henry, Tallahassee; commissioned August 7, 1936,
until July 5, 1939. Re-commissioned January 17, 1941, until
July 5, 1943. Re-commissioned July 27, 1943, until July 5, 1947.
W. R. England, Inverness; commissioned December 28, 1936,
until December 4, 1940. Re-commissioned January 16, 1941, un-
til December 4, 1944.
W. F. Powers, Tallahassee; commissioned January 15, 1941,
until June 30, 1943. A. P. Ashby, Jr., Tallahassee; commis-
sioned August 2, 1944 for four years.
A. P. Ashby, Jr.,' Tallahassee; commissioned January 15,
1941, until June 30, 1943. Term expired and W. G. Hendricks,
Tallahassee; commissioned November 12, 1943, until June 30,
1947.
J. M. Cooley, Tallahassee; commissioned January 15, 1941,
until June 30, 1943. Re-commissioned July 20, 1943, until
June 30, 1947.
N. C. Geise, Tallahasspe; commissioned January 16, 1941,
until January 4, 1945.
George T. Nunez, Tallahassee; commissioned January 27,
1941, until June 30, 1943. Re-commissioned September 17,
1943, until June 30, 1947.
W. M. Abernethy, Tallahassee; commissioned January 16,
1941, until December 17, 1944.









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W. B. Johnson, Tallahassee; commissioned January 16, 1941,
until January 4, 1945.
W. Y. Mickle, Tallahassee; commissioned January 16, 1941,
until September 11, 1942. Term expired. Re-commissioned
February 7, 1944, until September 11, 1946.
STATE CHEMIST
J. J. Taylor, Tallahassee; term expires August 4, 1945.
ASSISTANT STATE CHEMISTS
Nails Berryman, Tallahassee; commissioned April 16, 1940,
until September 6, 1943. Term expired. Re-commissioned
September 2, 1943, until September 6, 1947.
B. J. Owen, Tallahassee; term expired January 30, 1933.
J. K. Lawton, Tallahassee; term expired August 25, 1933.
Gordon Hart, Tallahassee; term expired August 29, 1933.
Richard M. Smith, Tallahassee; term expired July 12, 1935.
E. Peck Greene, Tallahassee; term expired September 1, 1935.
STATE HEALTH OFFICER
W. A. McPhaul, Pensacola; commissioned September 12,
1937, until September 12, 1941. Deceased, and
A. B. McCreary, Jacksonville; commissioned August 4, 1939,
until September 11, 1941; deceased, and Wm. H. Pickett, Jack-
sonville, commissioned January 30, 1941, until September 11,
1941. Resigned July 15, 1942, and Henry Hanson, Jackson-
ville; commissioned July 20, 1942, until September 11, 1945.
STATE LABOR INSPECTOR
Fred Morris, Miami; term expires December 21, 1946, placed
under Industrial Commission.
STATE MARKETING COMMISSIONER
L. M. Rhodes, Jacksonville; commissioned June 11, 1944,
until June 6, 1946.
STATE SERVICE OFFICER AND ASSISTANT
State Service Officer
David L. Wyley, Bay Pines; commissioned July 19, 1944,
until June 10, 1945.
Assistant State Service Officer
John Falkenburry, DeLand; commissioned April 24, 1940,
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June 1, 1941 under the provisions of Chapter 20748, Acts of
1941. Resigned August 12, 1942.
FIELD SECRETARIES STATE SERVICE OFFICER
David L. Wiley, Mt Dora; commissioned August 14, 1941
for four years. Resigned December 1, 1944, Clyde T. Walker
commissioned November 7, 1944, until August 14, 1945.
Ernest S. Gaston, Perry; commissioned November 14, 1941,
for four years. Resigned April 30, 1944. Howard DeVaughan,
commissioned July 6, 1944, until June 10, 1945.
Jerry Ganz, Miami; commissioned November 17, 1941, for
four years.
SHIP CANAL AUTHORITY
SHIP CANAL NAVIGATION DISTRICT
(Same Members as Ship Canal Authority)
C. P. Summerall, Eustis; commissioned April 28, 1938, until
April 22, 1941. Re-commissioned June 23, 1943, until June 5,
1945.
Walter F. Coachman, Jacksonville; commissioned May 4,
1938, until June 5, 1941. Re-commissioned June 23, 1943, until
June 5, 1945.
Rush H. Todd, Ocala; commissioned April 20, 1938, until
June 5, 1941. Re-commissioned June 23, 1943, until June 5,
1945.
Harry B. Rogers, Cedar Key; commissioned April 30, 1938,
until June 5, 1941. Re-commissioned June 23, 1943, until June
5, 1945.
J. W. Campbell, Palatka; commissioned April 30, 1938, until
June 5, 1941. Re-commissioned June 23, 1943, until June 5,
1945.
STEPHEN FOSTER MEMORIAL COMMISSION
Mrs. W. A. Saunders, White Springs; commissioned August
23, 1940, for a term of four years.
Carl Brorein, Tampa; commissioned August 22, 1940, for a
term of four years.
J. E. Fenn, Miami; commissioned August 29, 1940, for a
term of four years.
Earl W. Brown, DeLand; commissioned August 28, 1940,
for a term of four years.
Mrs. Alfred I. Dupont, Jacksonville; commissioned May 29,
1940, until May 21, 1944.









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MEMBERS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS POLICE OFFICERS
INSURANCE AND ANNUITY FUND
First Congressional District
E. A. Garner, Sarasota; commissioned December 5, 1941, for
two years.
Second Congressional District
None.
Third Congressional District
A. G. Gushing, Marianna; commissioned September 4, 1941,
for two years.
Fourth Congressional District
H. S. Redman, Miami; commissioned June 14, 1942, for two
years.
Fifth Congressional District
Roy Larson, Orlando; commissioned January 23, 1942, for
two years.
MEMBERS SPECIAL BUILDING COMMISSION FOR ERECTION
AND FURNISHING SUPREME COURT BUILDING
Wm. Fisher, Sr., Pensacola; commissioned October 13, 1941,
until one year after completion of said building, not exceeding
a term of four years.
Thomas Jean Ellis, Tallahassee; commissioned October 14,
1941, until one year after completion of said building, not ex-
ceeding a term of four years.
Robert R. Milam, Jacksonville; commissioned October 17,
1941, until one year after completion of said building, not ex-
ceeding a term of four years.

SPECIAL OFFICERS VARIOUS RAILROADS
Created by Section 6653 CGL. 1927.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY
J. A. Dorsey, Ocala; term expired January 29, 1943, re-
signed July 1, 1943.
J. C. Clements, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1943.
Re-commissioned April 2, 1943, resigned August 17, 1943.
T. K. Whitley, Gairesville; term expires January 29, 1943.
Re-commissioned April 2, 1943.








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H. T. Davis, Tampa; term expires January 29, 1943. Re-
signed December 5, 1941.
Henry Richardson, Jacksonville; term expires April 29,
1945.
M. M. Deschamps, Wilmington, N. C.; term expires June 6,
1945.
S. C. Graham, Sanford; term expires June 6, 1945.
B. F. Hatfield, Tampa; term expires June 5, 1945.
W. P. Ridout, Tampa; term expires June 29, 1945.
A. W. Claraday, Tampa; term expires June 29, 1943.
0. J. English, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1943.
F. W. Platt, Tampa; term expires August 3, 1945.
David Griffith, Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1945.
C. J. Barnes, Jacksonville; commissioned August 17, 1944,
until August 17, 1946.
S. S. Duncan, Ft. Myers; commissioned August 17, 1944,
until August 17, 1946.
E. E. Wheeler, Jacksonville; commissioned August 17, 1944,
until August 17, 1946.
A. R. Hilton, Tampa; term expires February 20, 1944.
Resigned June 29, 1943.
D. L. Hendrieks, St. Petersburg; term expires February 20,
1943.
C. E. Bass, Tampa; term expires February 20, 1943.
W. D. Embry, Lakeland; term expires April 24, 1944.
B. W. Bedenbaugh, High Springs; term expires April 24,
1944.
R. D. Hawkins, Jacksonville; term expires April 24, 1944.
E. E. Wheeler, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1944
C. J. Barnes, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1944.
S. S. Duncan, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1944.
J. A. Dorsey, Ocala; term expires December 10, 1944.
J. W. Lindsey, Jacksonville; term expires December 10, 1944.
Julius Brown, Tampa; term expires January 3, 1945.
L. E. Carlton, Jacksonville; term expires February 19, 1943.
S. P. Daughter, Jacksonville; term expires February 20,
1943. Resigned October 10, 1944.
J. R. Kemp, Ocala; term expires August 3, 1945.
W. E. Lloyd, Orlando; term expired October 6, 1945.









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D. L. Hendricks, St. Petersburg; term expires March 13,
1946.
C. E. Bass, Tampa; term expires March 13, 1946.
W. D. Embry, Lakeland; term expires May 18, 1948.
B. W. Bedenbaugh, High Springs; term expires May 18,
1948.
R. D. Hawkins, Jacksonville, term expires May 18, 1948.

SPECIAL OFFICERS FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY
COMPANY
P. H. Burns, Jacksonville; term expires February 2, 1943.
W. I. Minton, Jacksonville; term expires March 3, 1943.
R. M. Mahaffey, Jacksonville; term expires March 3, 1945.
S. J. Berry, Jacksonville; term expires July 4, 1945.
Wm. B. McDonald, Jacksonville; term expires September
10, 1943.
L. O. Davis, Jacksonville; term expires November 14, 1943.
Resigned May 1, 1942.
E. O. Stokes, Jacksonville; term expires January 7, 1944.
Resigned November 25, 1942.
J. P. Anderson, Jacksonville; term expires February 22,
1944.
H. B. Childress, Jacksonville; term expires February 22,
1944.
J. T. Sumner, Jacksonville; term expires March 1, 1944.
Resigned December 22, 1942.
R. G. Lewis, Jacksonville; term expires March 1, 1944.
J. R. Evans, Jacksonville; term expires April 13, 1944. Re-
signed September 12, 1942.
Oscar T. Silcox, Miami; term expires May 15, 1944.
J. E. Redish, Tampa; term expires May 27, 1944.
John H. Summerlin, Jacksonville; term expires August 22,
1944.
J. P. Anderson, Jacksonville; term expires February 23,
1948.
Alexander Strickland, Jacksonville; term expires May 5,
1946. Resigned June 28, 1944.
Oscar T. Wilcox, Miami; term expires May 15, 1946.
E. D. Zeigler, Jacksonville; term expires September 12, 1944.
Resigned November 19, 1942.








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W. E. Pellicer, Jacksonville; term expires November 1, 1944.
Jack Owens, Miami; term expires December 10, 1944. Re-
signed December 10, 1943.
W. I. Minton, New Smyrna; term expires March 3, 1943.
G. S. & F. RAILWAY COMPANY
J. H. Johnson, Jacksonville; term expired May 13, 1940.
JACKSONVILLE TERMINAL COMPANY
H. Lee Ramsey, Jacksonville; term expires May 23, 1945.
N. G. Nunn, Jacksonville; term expires April 15, 1946.
T. W. Parsons, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires June 23, 1944
Nelson Wood, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1946.
0. H. Haws, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944.
U. S. G. Morgan, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944.
C. L. McCrone, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1944.
Resigned September 30, 1943.
H. A. Tyer, Jacksonville; term expires March 28, 1945.
J. A. Stone, Jacksonville; term expires October 19, 1946.
S. G. Morgan, Jacksonville; term expires October 20, 1946.
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
James Orrin Damon, Pensacola; term expired September
18, 1940.
James Orrin Damon, Pensacola; term expires March 20, 1945.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
W. E. MacDonald, Jr., Jacksonville; term expires January
29, 1943.
W. R. Owens, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1943.
J. R. Knight, Miami; term expires January 29, 1943.
C. P. Boller, Jacksonville; term expires April 15, 1943.
J. S. Moye, Tampa; term expires July 21, 1943. Resigned
June 15, 1942.
F. S. Lisle, Jacksonville; term expires July 23, 1943.
P. B. Jackson, St. Petersburg; term expires August 4, 1943.
Resigned June 26, 1942.
J. E. Kenner, Jacksonville; term expires October 10, 1943.
C. L. Nelms, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1944.
Resigned December 9, 1942.
P. P. Bethea, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1944.
Alton Batts, Jacksonville; term expires January 29, 1944.
Resigned March 6, 1942.









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J. R. Garner, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944. Resigned
February 11, 1944.
T. B. Reddick, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944. Resigned
October 28, 1944.
N. A. Chesser, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.
L. M. Sumner, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.
R. C. Jackson, Tampa; term expires April'12, 1944.
E. L. Webb, Tampa; term expires April 12, 1944.
P. B. Jackson, St. Petersburg; term expires July 20, 1945.
J. E. Kenner, West Palm Beach; term expires November
14, 1945.
C. H. Sims, Tampa; term expires February 2, 1946.
T. B. Reddick, Tampa; term expires May 9, 1946.
E. L. Webb, Tampa; term expires May 9, 1946.
P. P. Bethea, Baldwin; term expires May 9, 1946.
N. A. Chesser, Tampa; term expires May 9, 1946.
L. M Sumner, Jacksonville; term expires May 9, 1946.
0. P. Scarborough, Tallahassee; term expires June 10, 1946.
C. M. West, Tampa; term expires December 16, 1946.
S. E. Godwin, Jacksonville; term expires December 7, 1946.
G. R. Taylor, Jacksonville; term expires December 14, 1946.
SPECIAL OFFICERS SOUTHERN RAILWAY
A. Glenn Bryan, Jacksonville; term expires November 29,
1946.
SPECIAL OFFICERS JACKSONVILLE TERMINAL CO.
P. H. Caine, Jacksonville; term expires November 18, 1946.
R. D. Scott, Jacksonville; term expires November 18, 1946.
0. P. Scarborough, Baldwin; term expires April 25, 1944.
Cossie Bailey, Jacksonville; term expires August 3, 1944.
J. K. Huey, Jacksonville; term expires August 4, 1944.
Dewey G. Garner, Jacksonville; term expires October 19,
1944.
C. M. West, Tampa; term expires November 10, 1944. Re-
signed February 11, 1944.
H. R. Taylor, Jacksonville; term expires November 9, 1944.
J. B. Clements, Tampa; term expires March 19, 1944.
W. R. Owens, Jacksonville; term expires March 19, 1944.
J. K. Knight, Miami; term expires March 19, 1944.
Everett Burney, Jacksonville; term expires May 6, 1945.








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K. W. Gates, West Palm Beach; term expires May 5, 1945.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
James H. Hood, Jacksonville; term expires November 7, 1941.
G. H. Gossett, Jacksonville; term expires December 15, 1943.
Herbert H. Hood, Jacksonville; term expires January 8,
1944.
A. G. Bryan, Jacksonville; term expires October 8, 1944.
John Victor Strickland, Jacksonville; term expires March 6,
1943.
C. O. Seawright, Jacksonville; term expires February 10,
1946.
J. H. Hood, Jacksonville; term expires February 10, 1946.
James Clark Mixon, Jacksonville; commissioned May 9, 1944
for two years.
MEMBERS BOARD OF TRUSTEES TEACHERS
RETIREMENT SYSTEM
Hortense Broward, Jacksonville; commissioned April 12,
1940, for three years.
R. J. Longstreet, Daytona Beach; commissioned April 17,
1940, for two.years.
Members of State Board of Education, ex ofifcio.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS NAPOLEON B. BROWARD
DRAINAGE DISTRICT
I. T. Parker, Dania; commissioned July 25, 1938, for four
years. Re-commissioned July 27, 1942, until July 25, 1946.
H. M. Forman, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 11, 1938,
for four years. Re-commissioned July 22, 1942, until July 11,
1946.
W. H. Aires, Ft. Lauderdale; commissioned July 14, 1938,
for four years. Re-commissioned July 22, 1942, until July 14,
1946.
STATE TUBERCULOSIS BOARD
H. E. Merryday, Palatka; commissioned January 26, 1939,
until March 16, 1942.
W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville; commissioned August 22, 1936,
until March 16, 1940; re-commissioned January 1, 1941, until
March 16, 1944. Re-commissioned May 4, 1944, until March 16,
1948.
Arnold S. Anderson, St. Petersburg; commissioned February
24, 1941, until August 28, 1944.









LIST OF ARCHITECTS
Recorded in the Office of Secretary of State which have been Cancelled 1943-44


ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH

NO. NAME ADDRESS STATE REGISTERED

7 Fred M. Curtis............................ Tampa............. Florida............. Nov. 2., 1915
194 C. E. Garnett .......................... Daytona Beach...... Florida....... ...... April 13, 1922.
1389 Paul Pierce Hart .......... .......... Pensacola ......... Florida............. Jan. 9, 1942.
32.1 David B. Hyer ...................... ..Charleston. ........ South Carolina...... Jan. 16, 1925
1043 Thomas W. Lamb .......................... New York.......... New York.......... Dec. 11, 1935
956 Clair Sheldon Tucker ....................... Miami ............. Florida............ Sept. 28, 1931
780 Fred Wesley Wentworth .................... Paterson............ New Jersey ......... Aug. 30, 192.6
586 Fred A. Eskridge.......................... Key West ........... Florida............. May 26, 192.6
388 Maurice Fatio........................ Palm Beach......... Florida............. Nov. 1x, g191
9 Francis Kennard...... ................. Tampa ............. Florida............ Nov. 2, 1915
995 Clarence A. M artin ................. ...... Sarasota............ Florida ............. Jan. 12, 1935
1191 Everett W. Nice....................... Miami ............ : Florida............. Oct. 30, 1937
283 Howard M. Reynolds....................... Orlando............ Florida............ Sept. 11, 192.4
1144 S. J. W elch ................. ............. Pensacola.......... Florida............ June 17, 1937










BY REQUEST

NO. NAME ADDRESS STATE REGISTERED

1104 Philip Ives................................ New York.......... New York......... June ii, 1936
12.34 Miss Gertrude Sawyer...................... Hagerstown........ Maryland........... June 4, 1938
602. Theodore H. Skinner.....:................. Oneida............. New York.......... May 2.6, 192.6
1336 Julian Clarence Levi ....................... New York.......... New York.......... Dec. 10, 1939
I115 L. H. Parks.................. ............ Avon Park.......... Florida............. Dec. 13, 1936
12.83 Gilbert Stanley Underwood................. Washington......... D.C ................ Dec. 10, 1939


FOR NON PAYMENT OF ANNUAL RENEWAL DUES


Robert Fulton Blake ................. .....
Robert Frost Daggett.....................
Charles Dubose ...........................
Raymond A. Freeburg .....................
George Fulton, Jr ..........................
Thomas West Gardner...................
ThomasJ. George .....................
Philip L. Goodwin ................ .....
William Hamby..........................
Claude Knox Howell ......................


Delray Beach ......
Indianapolis ........
New York..........
Jamestown..........
Sarasota............
Nashville...........
New York.........
New York.........
New York.........
Huntsville.........


Florida.............
Indiana.............
New York..........
New York.........
Florida.............
Tennessee...........
New York........
New York..........
New York.........
Alabama...........


12.5
12.42.
I354
132-6
1159
12.50
999
847
12.96
I379


June
June
Dec.
Dec.
June
Dec.
Jan.
Mar.
Dec.
Nov.








I343
1352.
55
1131
12.91
12.43
1185
132.8
12.46
384


Joe Harry Lapish...........................
H Vernon Lee.............................
A. C. Price ................................
Norman F. Stambaugh.....................
George W. Trofast-Gillett..................
Harold G. W ebb ..........................
John R. W eber .............................
Maxwell Whitlaw ................. ........ .
Robert C. Spencer.............. ............
W illiam A. Treanor ........................


Washington........
Norfolk............
Sarasota............
Atlanta............
New York..........
New York..........
New York..........
Miami Beach.......
Orlando.............
New York..........


LIST OF ARCHITECTS REGISTERED BY THE FLORIDA STATE BOARD OF ARCHITECTURE


1400 Charles Frederick Irish..................... Jacksonville........ Florida............... Jan. 14, 1943
32.2. William F. Brown.......... ............... New York.......... New York.......... Jan. o1, 192.5
(Orig. Cert.)
1401 Odis Clay Poundstone ...................... Atlanta........... Georgia........... June io, 1943
1402. William Royster Johnson.................... Palm Beach......... Florida............. Jan. 13, 1944
1403 M ario C. Celli ............................ Pittsburg.......... Pennsylvania........ Jan. 13, 1944
1404 Frederick Thomas .......................... Baltimore.......... Maryland.......... Jan. 13, 1944
1405 Edward Hart Baxter........................ Miami............. Florida............. Jan. 13, 1944
1406 Albert Lewis Smith......................... Jacksonville ........ Florida ............ June 8, 1944


D.C................
Virginia............
Florida.............
Georgia............
New York..........
New York.........
New York..........
Florida. ............
Florida............
New York..........


Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Dec.
Dec.
Aug.
June
Dec.
Dec.
Feb.


10, 1939
7, 1940
2.5, 1916
i6,1'936
10, 1939
2.7, 1938
I7, '937
10, 1939
10, 1938
2., 1926










LIST OF ARCHITECTS-(Continued)
Registered by the Florida State Board of Architecture


NO. NAME ADDRESS STATE REGISTERED

1407 Alfred M. Watson....................... Tampa............. Florida............. June 8, 1944
1408 Charles Ramsey Findlater ................... Cincinnati........... Ohio.:............. June 8, 1944
i409 JackJ. H. Kessels ......................... New Orleans........ Louisiana........... June 8, 1944
1410 Elliot L. Chisling .......................... New York.......... New York.......... June 8, 1944
1411 F. Arthur Hazard ............ ............ Augusta............ Georgia............ June 8, 1944
1412. Carl Kem Loven........................... Glen Rock.......... New Jersey ......... June 8, 1944
1413 JohnJ. Carey ......................... .... Mobile ............. Alabama ........... June 8, 1944
1414 Philip Friedman........................ Pittsburg........... Pennsylvania........ June 8, 1944
1415 Harry L. Morse .......................... Tallahassee......... Florida.....:....... June 8, 1944
1416 Walter W. Ahlschlager ..................... Dallas.............. Texas............. June 8, 1944









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE 1945
(Compiled by R. A.- Gray, Secretary of State)


STATE SENATORS
District, 1-Newman C. Brackin, Crestview*
District 2-Dave Thomas, Pensacola***
District 3-E. Bert Riddle, Rt. 2, Geneva, Ala.
District 4-Amos Lewis, Marianna**
District 5-T. Drew Branch, Sumatra*
District 6-A. L. Wilson, Quincy**
District 7-Harry E. King, Winter Haven*
District 8-Chas. S. Ausley, Tallahassee***
District 9-W. B. Moon, Crystal River*
District 10-W. T. Davis, Madison**
District 11-Henry S. Baynard, St. Petersburg*
Distrcit 12-K. Griner, Cross City**
District 13-D. C. Coleman, Miami*
District 14-J. Wofford Lindler, Lake City**
District 15-Charley E. Johns, Starke*
District 16-A. G. MacArthur, Fernandina**
District 17-G. Warren (Bobby) Sanchez, Live Oak*
District 18-John E. Mathews, Jacksonville"*
District 19-Walter W. Rose, Orlando*
District 20-Wallace E. Sturgis, Ocala**
District 21-G. C. Perdue, Cedar Key*
District 22-S. D. Clarke, Monticello**
District 23-Harry P. Johnson, Tavares*
District 24--James A. Franklin, Fort Myers**
District 25-Carl R. Gray, Panama City*
District 26-H. S. McKenzie, Palatka**
District 27-Wilbur C. King, Zolfo Springs*
District 28-L. A. Coleman, Daytona Beach**
District 29-Edwin G. Fraser, Macclenny*
District 30-J. Graham Black, Jasper*"
District 31-Walter B. Fraser, St. Augustine*
District 32-W. A. Shands, Gainesville**
District 33-N. Ray Carroll, Kissimmee*
District 34-Raymond Sheldon, Tampa**








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District 35-John R. Beacham, West Palm Beach*
District 36-Harrison E. Barringer, Sarasota**
District 37-Lloyd F. Boyle, Sanford*
District 38-Arthur L. Bryant, Dade City***

*Elected 1944
** Hold-overs
*** Elected to fill unexpired term

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Alachua-Joe C. Jenkins, Gainesville
Alachua-Ira J. Carter, Jr., Newberry
Baker-B. R. Burnsed, Macclenny
Bay-Forace F. Holland, Panama City
.Bay-James E. Poston, Box 617, Bay Harbor
Bradford-N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Starke
Brevard-Roy F. Roberts, Titusville
Broward-John S. Burwell, Ft: Lauderdale
Broward-Frank Stirling, Ft. Lauderdale
Calhoun-C. L. Clark, Blountstown
Charlotte-Leo Wotitzky, Punta Gorda
Citrus-L. C. Yeomans, Crystal River
Clay-Thos. J. Rivers, Green Cove Springs
Collier--H. B. Kelly, Naples
Columbia-F. W. Bedenbaugh, Lake City
Dade-Geo. S. Okell,,904 Biscayne Bldg., Miami
Dade-Richard Oelkers, Jr., 143 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Dade-C. W. Peters, Congress Building, Miami
DeSoto-J. Morgan Ingraham, Arcadia
Dixie-L. L. Barber, Cross City
Duval-P. Guy Crews, Realty Building, Jacksonville
Duval-Mabry A. Carlton, Law Exch. Bldg., Jacksonville
Duval-Fletcher Morgan, 45 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
Escambia-Webb C. Jernigan, Box 584, Pensacola
Escambia-A. Morley Darby, Pensacola
Flagler-H. T. Cook, Bunnell
Franklin-Bourke Floyd, Apalachicola
Gadsden-Amos H. Davis, Mt. Pleasant
Gadsden-K. A. MacGowan, Quincy









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Gilchrist-J. Min Ayers, Trenton
Glades-J. H. Peeples, Jr., Moorehaven
Gulf-C. C. Wilson, Wewahitchka
Hamilton-J. W. McAlpin, White Springs
Hardee-C. H. (Shag) Taylor, Jr., Wauchula
Hendry-Elbert L. Stewart, Clewiston
Hernando-D. M. Johnson, Brooksville
Highlands-C. E. Lanier, Avon Park
Hillsborough-B. E. Holland, Plant City
Hillsborough-Neil C. McMullen, Tampa
Hillsborough-Harry G. McDonald, 216 Madison Street, Tampa
Holmes-J. J. Williams, Bonifay
Indian River-Alex MaeWilliam, Vero Beach
Jackson-John E. Lambe, Marianna
Jackson-W. Pooser, Marianna
Jefferson-Richard H. Simpson, Monticello
Lafayette-Holmes Melton, Jr., Mayo
Lake-Tim Sellar, Leesburg
Lake-C. Harold Ferran, Eustis
Lee-W. W. Stewart, Fort Myers
Leon-Wilson Carraway, Tallahassee
Leon-Payne H. Midyette, Tallahassee
Levy-D. P. McKenzie, Chiefland
Liberty-Jack Harrell, Bristol
Madison-W. E. (Buck) Hancock, Madison
Madison-Otis R. Peavy, Madison
Manatee-J. Ben Fuqua, Palmetto
Manatee-William J. Ray, Bradenton
Marion-W. S. Baskin, Box 33, Anthony
Marion-Carl Curtis, Ocala
Martin-Evans Crary, Stuart
Monroe-Bernie C. Papy, Key West
Nassau-Leonard (Skin) McKendree, Fernandina
Okaloosa-H. C. (Hub) Barnhill, Crestview
Okeechobee-W. J. Hendry, Okeechobee
Orange-Tyn Cobb, Jr., Orlando
Orange-L. C. Leedy, Orlando
Osceola-Irlo Bronson, Kissimmee
Palm Beach-John E. Bollinger, West Palm Beach
Palm Beach-B. Elliott, Pahokee









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Pasco-J. A. Hendley, Dade City
Pinellas-S. Henry Harris, St. Petersburg
Pinellas-Mary Lou Baker, St. Petersburg
Pinellas-Archie Clement, Tarpon Springs
Polk-James L. Hardin, Lakeland
Polk-Lisle W. Smith, Haines City
Polk-Perry E. Murray, Frostproof
Putnam-Thos. B. Dokda, Palatka
Putnam-W. S. Middleton, Pamona
St. Johns-J. S. (Jack) Turner, St. Augustine
St. Johns-Chas. E. Shepperd, St. Augustine
St. Lucie-D. H. (Banty) Saunders, Ft. Pierce
Santa Rosa-J. S. Amos, Milton
Sarasota-Jerry Collins, Sarasota
Seminole-M. B. (T-Bone) Smith, Sanford
Seminole-L. B. Mann, Lake Monroe
Sumter-J. C. Getzen, Jr., Bushnell
Suwannee-Harold L. Gilmore, Live Oak
Suwannee-T. A. Delegal, Live Oak
Taylor-J. H. Scales, Perry
Union-G. Fred Andrews, Lake Butler
Volusia-Walter G. Walker, Daytona Beach
Volusia-Goodwin M. Nilsson, DeLand
Wakulla-George Nesmith, Wakulla
Walton-Thos. D. Beasley, DeFuniak Springs
Washington-Cecil Carswell, Chipley









OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


FEDERAL COURTS OF FLORIDA

NORTHERN DISTRICT

DISTRICT JUDGE

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

DISTRICT ATTORNEY
George Earl Hoffman, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed
April 1, 1933.
ASSISTANT U. S. ATTORNEY
Chas. W. Eggart, Jr., Pensacola.
SECRETARY TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Dorothy E. Hughey, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed Decem-
ber 1, 1941.
CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Wm. Logan Hill, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed October
1, 1934.
DEPUTY CLERKS
Marion Howe, Chief Deputy, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed
December 21, 1932.
Miss Maggie B. Phillips, Marianna, Florida.
R. B. Marsh, Tallahassee, Florida.
Miss Pixie J. Hampton, Gainesville, Florida.
UNITED STATES MARSHALL
Jordan B. Royall, Tallahassee, Florida. Appointed Feb-
ruary 19, 1940.
OFFICE DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALLS
N. B. Averitt, Chief Deputy, Pensacola, Florida. Appointed
November 20, 1933.
Hazel Morrison, Pensacola, Florida.
L. Metzger Allen, Pensacola, Florida.
Robert H. Ward, Marianna, Florida.
Wm. Harvey Waits, Gainesville, Florida.

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








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

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

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS OF THE NORTHERN
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
C. W. Eggart, Jr., Pensacola, Florida.
Warren L. Fitzpatrick, Pensacola, Florida.
Tom Stephenson, Marianna, Florida.
Raymond B. Marsh, Tallahassee, Florida.
Selden Waldo, Gainesville, Florida.

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY
Cecil Rountree, Chipley, Florida. Commissioned August 2,
1936.
John A. H. Murphree, Jr., Gainesville. Commissioned Jan-
uary 16, 1936.

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING COURT
District Court.-Second Monday in February and Tuesday
next after First Monday' in September at Tallahassee; First
Monday in November and May at Pensacola; Second Mondays
in June and December at Gainesville; First Monday in April
at Marianna; First Monday in October at Panama City.

COUNTIES IN THE DISTRICT
Alachua, Bay, Calhoun, Dixie, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden,
Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, Washington,
Gilchrist Gulf.
Pixie J. Hampton, Deputy Clerk, Gainesville.
Raymond B. Marsh, Peputy Clerk, Tallahassee.
Maggie B. Phillips, Deputy Clerk, Marianna.
Office of Clerk at Pensacola, Gainesville, Tallahassee and
Marianna open by Clerk or Deputy each business day.









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SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
DISTRICT JUDGES
Alexander Akerman, Orlando, Florida. Retired.
William J. Barker, Tampa, Florida. (Allie M. Maynard,
Secretary.)
John W. Holland, Miami, Florida. (Florence B. Price,
Secretary.)
Louie W. Strum, Jacksonville, Florida. (Blanche Brooks,
Secretaryy)
Dozier A. DeVane, Orlando, Florida. (Edna Earl Camp-
bell Secretary.)
CLERK OF UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Edwin R. Williams, Jacksonville, Florida.

DEPUTY CLERKS
Harold S. Darby, Chief Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Earle F. Sprigg, Deputy in Charge, Miami.
Julian A. Blake, Deputy in Charge, Tampa.
Edna P. Harmon, Deputy in Charge, Orlando.
C. Rodney Gwynn, Deputy in Charge, Key West.
Margaret M. Moorehead, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Octavia Moore, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Ruth Turner, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Joe A. Law, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
Nettie C. Tidwell, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
Anna M. Mitchell, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
Dorothy M. Rowe, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
Anna M. Fitzsimmons, Deputy Clerk, Miami.
Albert E. Call, Deputy Clerk, Miami.
Frances D. Ballman, Deputy Clerk, Miami.
Antoniette Van Prooyen, Deputy Clerk, Miami.
E. Marie Tucker, Deputy Clerk, Jacksonville.
Elizabeth R. LeDue, Deputy Clerk, Tampa.
UNITED STATES MARSHAL
Chester S. Dishong, Jacksonville, Florida.
DEPUTY U. S. MARSHALS
Leo M. Mack, Chief Deputy, Jacksonville, Florida.
Rowland E. Dyson, Jacksonville, Florida.








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E. Jackson Butler, Jacksonville, Florida.
Rose C. Shuneman, Jacksonville, Florida.
Wilbur Durrance, Jacksonville, Florida.
W. E. Saxton, Jacksonville, Florida.
Ada D. Gist, Tampa, Florida.
Martha B. Akerman, Orlando, Florida.
Lee G. Sanders, Miami, Florida.
Charles B. Robbins, Miami, Florida.
Anita Thomas, Miami, Florida.
Ruth B. Wilson, Jacksonville, Florida.
Jerry D. Dragones, Jacksonville, Florida.
Walter C. Crumbley, Deputy in Charge, Tampa, Florida.
Frank B. Tippins, Tampa, Florida.
Otis A. Allen, Tampa, Florida.
Al L. Gates, Deputy in Charge, Miami, Florida.
Elizabeth S. Simpson, Miami, Florida.
John F. McParland, Miami, Florida.
Frank M. Durrance, Deputy in Charge, Orlando, Florida.
Myrtland Cates, Deputy, Key West, Florida.

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

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

CLERKS TO U. S. ATTORNEY
Margaret Z. Groover, Jacksonville, Florida.
May Linton, Jacksonville, Florida.
Libbie A. Pexa, Tampa, Florida.
B. Otis Birsong, Tampa, Florida.
Vera E. Atkins, Tampa, Florida.
Lillian Claire Hamlin, Tampa, Florida.
Marion E. Johnson, Miami, Florida.
Frances M. Hughey, Miami, Florida.









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Lollie Belle Eberhart, Miami, Florida
Helen P. Wanick, Miami, Florida.

UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS
Carl Noble, Jacksonville, Florida.
Paul Pinkerton, Tampa, Florida.
Roger E. Davis, Miami, Florida.
Robert L. Earnest, West Palm Beach, Florida.
Troy C. Musselwhite, Orlando, Florida.
C. Rodney Gwynn, Key West, Florida.

REFEREES IN BANKRUPTCY
Emmet Safay, Jacksonville, Florida.
L. Earl Curry, Miami, Florida.
John B. Shaw, Tampa, Florida.
T. Picton Warlow, Orlando, Florida.

TIME AND PLACE OF HOLDING COURT
At Jacksonville-First Monday in December.
At Tampa-Second Monday in February.
At Miami-Fourth Monday in April.
At Key West-First Mondays in May and November.
At Orlando-First Monday in October.
At Ocala-Third Monday in January.
At Fernandina-First Monday in April.
At Fort Pierce-First Monday in February.

DIVISIONS OF THE DISTRICT
Jacksonville Division-Baker, Bradford, Clay, Citrus, Co-
lumbia, Duval, Flagler, Hamilton, Madison, Marion, Nassau,
Putnam, St. Johns, Sumter, Suwannee, Union, Volusia.
Miami Division-Broward Collier, Dade, Monroe, Palm
Beach.
Tampa Division-Charlotte, De Soto, Glades, Hardee, Hen-
dry, Hernando, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Pasco,
Pinellas, Polk, Sarasota.
Orlando Division-Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Semi-
nole.
Fort Pierce Division-Okeechobee, Indian River, Martin, St.
Lucie.









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JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT

CHIEF JUSTICE
Rivers Buford, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1947.

JUSTICES
Roy H. Chapman, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1947.
J. B. Whitfield, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1943.
Resigned January 4, 1943.
Armstead Brown, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1947.
Elwyn Thomas, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1945.
Alto Adams, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1949.
Glenn Terrell, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1949.
Harold L. Sebring, Tallahassee; term expires January, 1949.

CIRCUIT JUDGES
First Judicial Circuit-Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton Counties.
R. A. MeGeachy, Milton; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
L. L. Fabisinski, Pensacola; term expires First Tuesday
after First Monday in January, 1949.
Second Judicial Circuit-Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla,
Jefferson and Liberty Counties.
E. C. Love, Quincy; term expires First Tuesday after First
Monday in January, 1949.
W. May Walker, Tallahassee; term expires First Tuesday
after First Monday in January, 1949.
Third Judicial Circuit-Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan-
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties.
R. H. Rowe, Madison; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Hal W. Adams, Mayo; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Fourth Judicial Circuit-Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties.
DeWitt T. Gray, Jacksonville; term expires First Tuesday
after First Monday in January, 1949.
Bayard B. Shields, Jacksonville; term expires First Tues-
day after First Monday in January, 1949.









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A. D. McNeil, Jacksonville; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Duval County Circuit-Duval County Only.
Miles W. Lewis, Jacksonville; term expired First Tuesday
after First Monday in January 1949.

Fifth Judicial Circuit-Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and
Sumter Counties.
J. C. B. Koonce, Tavares; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January 1949.
F. R. Hocker, Ocala; term expires First Tuesday after First
Monday in January 1949.

Sixth Judicial Circuit-Pinellas and Pasco Counties.
John U. Bird, Clearwater; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
T. Frank Hobson, St. Petersburg; term expires First Tues-
day after First Monday in January, 1949.
Seventh Judicial Circuit-Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and
Flagler Counties.
Geo. Wm. Jackson, St. Augustine; term expires First Tues-
day after First Monday in January, 1949.
Herbert B. Frederick, Daytona Beach; term expires First
Tuesday after First Monday in January, 1949. (On military
leave.)
Eighth Judicial Circuit-Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist,' Brad-
ford, Union and Levy Counties.
John A. H. Murphree, term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
A. Z. Adkins, Gainesville; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Ninth Judicial Circuit-Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole,
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties.
M. B. Smith, Titusville; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
A. O. Kanner, Stuart; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Frank A. Smith, Orlando, term expires First Tuesday after
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Tenth Judicial Circuit-Polk, Hardee and Highlands
Counties.
H. C. Petteway, Lakeland; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
D. O. Rogers, Lakeland; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Eleventh Judicial Circuit-Dade and Monroe Counties.
W. W. Trammell, Miami; term expires July 29, 1947. Re-
signed, effective March 31, 1943. (Retired). Marshall Wisehart,
Miami; commissioned June 4, 1943, until First Monday after
First Tuesday in January, 1949.
Richard H. Hunt, Miami; Military leave, First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Paul D. Barns, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
George E. Holt, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Ross Williams, Miami; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Arthur Gomez, Key West; Deceased and Joseph Otto, Key
West; commissioned June 5, 1944, until next Senate.
Twelfth Judicial Circuit-Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char-
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties.
Geo. W. Whitehurst, Ft. Myers; term expires First Tuesday
after First Monday in January, 1949.
W. T. Harrison, Palmetto, term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday, 1949.
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit-Hillsborough County.
L. L. Parks, Tampa; term expires First Tuesday after First
Monday in January, 1949.
Harry N. Sandler, Tampa; term expires First Tuesday after
First Monday in January, 1949.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-Holmes, Washington, Bay,
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties.
Ira A. Hutchison, Panama City; term expires First Tuesday
after First Monday in January, 1949.
E. C. Welch, Marianna; term expires First Monday after
First Tuesday in January, 1949.









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Fifteenth Judicial Circuit-Broward and Palm Beach
Counties.
C. E. Chillingworth, West Palm Beach; term expires First
Tuesday after First Monday, 1949. On military leave.
Geo. W. Tedder, Ft. Lauderdale; term expires First Tues-
day ofter First Monday, 1949.
Joseph S. White, West Palm Beach; commissioned Addition-
al Circuit Judge, term expires First Tuesday after First Mon-
day in January,. 1949.

STATE ATTORNEYS
First Judicial Circuit-Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton Counties.
J. Edwin Holsberry, Pensacola; term expires April 23,
1945.
Second Judicial Circuit-Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla,
Jefferson and Liberty Counties.
O. C. Parker, Jr., Tallahassee; term expires July 30, 1947.
Third Judicial Circuit-Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan-
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties.
A. K. Black, Lake City; term expires Senate, 1945. On
military leave.. David Lanier Acting.
Fourth Judicial Circuit-Duval, Clay and Nassau Counties.
William A. Hallowes, III, Jacksonville; term expires June
20, 1945. On military leave. Inman P. Crutchfield, acting.
Fifth Judicial Circuit-Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Lake and
Sumter Counties.
J. W. Hunter, Tavares; term'expires July 30, 1947.
'Sixth Judicial Circuit-Pinellas and Pasco Counties.
Chester B. McMullen, Clearwater; term expires July 30,
1947.
'Seventh Judicial Circuit-Volusia, Putnam, St. Johns and
Flagler Counties.
Murray Sams, DeLand; term expires April 21, 1945.
Eighth Judicial Circuit-Alachua, Baker, Gilchrist, Brad-
ford, Union and Levy Counties.
T. E. Duncan, Gainesville; term expires July 30, 1947.








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Ninth Judicial Circuit-Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole,
Indian River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Martin Counties.
Murray W. Overstreet, Kissimmee; term expires July 30,
1947.
Tenth Judicial Circuit-Polk, Hardee and' Highlands
Counties.
L. Grady Burton, Wauchula; term expires July 30, 1947.
Eleventh Judicial Circuit-Dade and Monroe Counties.
Stanley Milledge, Miami; term expires July 30, 1947.
Twelfth Judicial Circuit-Manatee, Sarasota, DeSoto, Char-
lotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry and Collier Counties.
Clyde H. Wilson, Sarasota; term expires July 30, 1947.
Thirteenth Judicial Circuit-Hillsborough County.
J. Rex Farrior, Tampa; term expires July 30, 1947.
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit-Holmes, Washington, Bay,
Jackson, Calhoun and Gulf Counties.
L. D. McRae, Chipley; term expires July 30, 1947.
Fifteenth Judicial Circudt-Broward and Palm Beach
Counties.
Sidney J. Catts, Jr., West Palm Beach, for unexpired term
of Joe S. White, term expires Senate of 1945.
Phil O'Connell, West Palm Beach; term expires July 30,
1947. On military leave, and
Sidney J. Catts, Jr., West Palm Beach; acting during mili-
tary leave of Phil O'Connell.


ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEYS
First Judicial Circuit-Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton Counties.
Second Judicial Circuit-Franklin, Gadsden, Leon, Wakulla,
Jefferson and Liberty Counties.
None.
Third Judicial Circuit-Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, Suwan-
nee, Hamilton, Columbia and Dixie Counties.
0. 0. Edwards, Cross City; term expires July 31, 1947.