MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING OF BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
monday – april 2, 1962
The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session in the County Commissioners’ Room in the Courthouse at Tavares on Monday, April 2, 1962 at ten o’clock a.m., with the following present: Chairman Simpson; Commissioners Theus, Cowart, Dykes, and Babb; Attorney Duncan; Clerk Owens; and County Engineer Givens.
The Board was called to order by Chairman Simpson.
Invocation was given by Commr. Theus.
The minutes of the meetings of February 19 and March 1, 5, 12, and 26 were approved as read on a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Theus and carried.
notary public bonds
Notary Public Bonds with American Surety Company of New York were approved by the Board as follows: Sara S. Jaques, Bessie Q Allen, and Ruth P. Smith.
Notary Public Bonds were approved by Clerk Owens since the first Regular Meeting in March with American Surety Company as follows:
Helen B. Patton 3-13-62, Marian H. Vaughn 3-13-62, J. K. Creamons 3-15-62, Viola A. Collins 3-15-62, Mary J. Peel 3-23-62, D. Carl Smith 3-23-62, G. E. Langston 3-30-62, and Lois W. Mize 3-30-62.
With Highway Insurance Company: Belle V. Combs 3-8-62, Evelyn S. Crabb 3-8-62, W. J. Willis 3-15-62, Mildred McKenney Engelhardt 3-19-62;
And with American Fire & Casualty Company: J. C. Duncan 3-13-62.
bond for carrying firearms
A bond for carrying firearms of Murrel B. Mackey, 1516 Crest Avenue, Leesburg for carrying a pistol made by Smith & Wesson of 32 caliber and numbered 618865 was approved by the Board.
Katherine Baker, Supervisor of Registration, appeared before the Board re the election Boards. She stated that they do not need any Republicans on these Boards as there are no Republicans on the ballot.
Clerk Owens advised the Board that he has prepared and had printed 500 Absentee Ballots. He got prices from the papers for the printing, and Mount Dora Publishing Company was the cheapest at $25. Therefore, he awarded the job to them. On a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried, the action of Clerk Owens in awarding the printing of the 500 absentee ballots for the price of $25 for the First Primary Election to the Mount Dora Publishing Company was approved. (Leesburg Commercial $65 & Eustis News $32)
On a motion by Commr. Theus, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, Clerk Owens was instructed to publish the sample ballot form seven days before the Election in all the County papers.
CLERK OWENS FILED WITH THE BOARD THE FOLLOWING:
Name of Republican candidate, Dorie Hostettler, Member of Board of Public Instruction, District No. 1, with check for 2/3 of qualifying fee, $24. He did not handle the party assessment.
List of Democratic candidates who qualified for the Primary Election to be held on May 8, 1962, with check in the amount of $528, representing 2/3 of qualifying fees paid.
Copy of a letter to Miss Helena Nutt, Secretary-Treasurer, Lake County Democratic Ex-Committee, 2 percent of assessment collected from all candidates.
Copy of letter to Frank L. Porter, Jr., Secretary, State Demo. Committee enclosing check in amount of $264 representing 1/3 of amount of qualifying fees of all Democratic candidates qualifying for county offices in Lake County for Primary Election on 5-8-62.
Copy of letter to Tom Adams, Secretary of State, enclosing certified list of persons who qualified for a county office as candidates of the Democratic and Republican parties in the Primary election on May 8, 1962.
Copy of letter to Katherine L. Baker, Supervisor of Registration, enclosing list of persons who qualified for a county office as candidates of the Democratic party and who are without opposition. Also, certification of one person who qualified for a county office as candidate of the Republican party and is without opposition in the Primary Election.
On a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, the checks as presented by Clerk Owens were deposited to the General Revenue Fund.
zoning complaint by citizen
Mr. Wright of Shademoor Acres Addition appeared before the Board and stated that some time ago he came to the Board to complain about trailers being parked in the Subdivision. Now the trailers are moved, and they have moved in a used car agency, also rabbits, pigs, and chickens. After discussion on this matter, Mr. Duncan stated that the complainers should get together and employ their own attorney and bring suit. Mr. Duncan also stated if this complies with the Zoning Regulations, the Board cannot do anything.
section 11501-2601 – s452 – lake shore drive – eustis marina bridge
Ernest Kidd, Eustis City Manager, and Don Porter, Councilman, appeared before the Board re: this bridge. Mr. Duncan advised them that the appraisement made by Emery Dillard and Edwin R. Waite was prepared and turned over to him on March 22 showing the value of the R. J. Hancock property at $2,500.00. No appraised value on the property of the City of Eustis, as it is understood they will give a deed.
On a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried, the Appraisement of Emery Dillard and Edwin R. Waite on Section 11506-2601 was accepted (Copy filed.)
On a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, the bill of Edwin R. Waite for appraisal services on Section 11506-2601 was approved for payment by the State Road Department.
section 11670-3601 – sr s470 – okahumpka to sumter county line
The typical section on the above was executed by Frank E. Owens, Clerk, on a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried.
Section 11503-2601, SR S-561A (Palatlakaha River Bridge) right of way contract filed.
Section 11686-2601-3601, SR S478 (Cherry Lake Road), copy of utility.
Relocation Agreement SRD No. 2 with Sumter Cooperative, Inc. and County Resolution executed by Lake County were filed with the Board.
Mr. Duncan reported that there has been a change in the method of hiring appraisers. The State Road Department will tell you from now on whom you can use for appraisers.
A request from Marjorie Harris, ASCA County Office Manager, to use Room No. 3 for supplies and equipment when County Agent Norris moves was read, and Clerk Owens was instructed to notify her the request is granted.
A request from Engineer Givens to use the two old desks and two chairs in the County Agent’s office was granted on a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried.
railroad crossing – mile post 784
Walter Thompson and Tom Sawyer appeared before the Board, and Mr. Sawyer read a letter from the Seaboard Airline Railroad Company requesting execution of an agreement re the installation of a railroad crossing, WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, the following resolution was adopted:
BE IT RESOLVED that the Chairman and Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Florida, be, and they are hereby authorized and directed to execute with the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company a certain Crossing Agreement providing for the installation of a railroad crossing at a point 3,136 feet south of Mile Post No. 784, according to the right of way of said Railroad, said crossing being located southwest of the City of Tavares.
Mr. Thompson filed Cashier’s Check #C-849 drawn on the Bank of Tavares in the amount of $500.00 to be deposited for payment of the railroad crossing. Mr. Duncan stated the access road is completed, except the railroad crossing.
plat of thompson’s estate first addition
Mr. Sawyer presented title policy No. Y-883-451 issued by Lawyer’s Title Insurance Corp. to Walter S. Thompson and Evelyn B. Thompson, his wife, which shows that the title is vested in them, subject to certain mortgages, but the mortgages have been released as to the streets. This policy was issued June 19, 1961 (effective date May 26, 1961). The report of the Inland Abstract & Title Company shows that subsequent to issuance of the Policy, no changes have been made, with the exception of the recording of an agreement and lien from Thompson and wife to Lake County referring to a provision of installation of a railroad crossing. A letter from the Lake County Health Department states “Based on the report of Orange State Engineers, Inc., we find these lots are apparently suitable for septic tank installation.” WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, the Plat of Thompson’s Estate First Addition was approved.
plat of orange court park replat
Mr. Sawyer representing a group of people, Grover Bryan of Orlando being one of them, presented this Plat and stated it has been approved by the Town of Umatilla; WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, the Plat of Orange Court Park Replat was approved.
jefferies estates subdivision
Engineer Givens reported that Harry Mielke has requested some type of assurance from the Board if he meets the requirements for county maintenance, that the streets in this Subdivision will be accepted at the end of the maintenance period as set up by the County. Mr. Duncan was instructed to write Mr. Mielke that the Board will go along with him on this Subdivision but hold off on the others.
drainage in subdivisions was discussed
John Schrieffer and Lewis T. Calhoun appeared before the Board and requested the Commissioners clay a road near Lake Dalhousie east of Umatilla to Old SR 44, part of which is in District No. 4 and District No. 5. They designated on a sketch where the road would be and presented 13 deeds which have been prepared for right of way for the road; WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, the deeds were ordered recorded when the other deeds are received. Mr. Babb said he will talk to Forest LaRoe about acquiring the deed from him for right of way.
R. E. Norris, County Agent, appeared before the Board and expressed thanks and deep appreciation to the Board for the fine, new agricultural facilities that they are now occupying. He thinks everybody can do a better job now with the improvement in working space.
Robert V. Ford, architect, appeared before the Board and stated they need to move some pipe about three feet at the Agricultural Center. Mr. Givens was instructed to have the pipe moved. Mr. Ford stated the access road to the building has been graded. Mr. Bob Graham, the contractor for the Auditorium, was present and stated he needs a little area at the back of the building but does not want to be responsible for the whole area. Discussion followed. Mr. Givens, Mr. Ford, and Mr. Graham were instructed to work this out at the least expense to the County.
Mr. Givens advised the Board that the material for the concrete curb on the road at the Agricultural Center would cost approximately $800. This is not mandatory, but they should have the curb and gutter. Mr. Givens was authorized to put down the curb and gutter and try not to exceed a cost of $800.
warranty deed from irvin to lake county
Mr. Babb presented this deed, stating that Mr. Irvin wanted the County to have the lots; WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Babb, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, the deed from Donald M. Irvin and Erma C. Irvin, his wife, to Lake County conveying Lots 6 and 19 in Block 3 and Lots 6 and 19 in Block 4, according to the Plat of Dona Vista Park was accepted for record.
change in zoning
Mr. Givens reported that the Clermont South Lake County Development Corp. filed an application for change in zoning of land on Old Highway 50 from Agricultural to Industry (M-1). The Zoning Commission approved this application and recommends that the Board grant the change in order to install an industry on this site located on SR 50 south side, 2 miles west of Clermont. As this was a special request of the Zoning Board, the Commissioners agreed to handle this matter today instead of waiting until the second Monday of April; WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, the following resolution was adopted:
WHEREAS, the Lake County Zoning Commission did, on the 29th day of March, 1962, after due Notice of the Hearing, review the applications for changes and revisions of the Zoning of certain areas in Lake County and did approve certain changes as requested in the particular application hereinafter set forth, subject to the approval of the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Florida; and the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County having reviewed said applications and recommendations of the Lake County Zoning Commission;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of Lake County, Florida, that the Zoning Rules and Regulations of Lake County be altered and amended as they pertain to the following tract of land to the classification designated after the description:
Lot 1 of Green Acres, according to the Plat of same recorded in Plat Book 8, page 32, of the public records of Lake County, Florida; ALSO:
From the intersection of the center line of State Highway No. 22 (sometimes referred to as Old Highway 50 and sometimes referred to as State Road 565-A) and the East line of the NW ¼ of the SW ¼ of Section 15, Township 22 South, Range 25 East, at a point 64.19 feet southerly from the Northeast corner of said NW ¼, of SW 1/4 run thence South 50̊ 23’ West along the centerline 209.65 feet to the point of beginning; thence South 50̊ 23’ West 403.59 feet to the beginning of a curve concave to the Southeasterly and having a radius of 1146.28 feet; thence along said curve through a central angle of 33̊ 12’ a distance of 564 feet to the end of curve; thence South 17̊ 11’ West 160.7 feet to the beginning of a curve concave to the Northwesterly and having a radius of 573.686 feet; thence along said curve through a central angle of 31̊ 33’40” a distance of 316.01 feet; thence South 73̊ 42’ East 279.02 feet; thence North 88̊ 33’ East 132 feet; thence North 6̊ 36’ East 133.6 feet; thence North 37̊ 52’ East 236.88 feet; thence North 22̊ 13’ East 455.52 feet; thence North 8̊ 57’ East 231.85 feet thence North 28̊ 1’ East 65.94 feet; thence North 1̊ 31’ West 260 feet to the point of beginning (less and except State Road right of way) containing ten acres more or less; which is now zoned A (Agriculture), be, and the same is hereby amended, changed, and rezoned to Classification M-1 (Industrial).
lake county industrial and tourism commission
A certified mail letter from T. C. Hanson, Executive Secretary, Lake County Property Owners League, Inc., re: the Commission was read by Clerk Owens. Mr. Hanson was present and discussed the letter, stating he thinks this Commission would only increase taxes as they already exist. Clerk Owens also read a copy of a letter from Harold C. Schaefer, Lady Lake, to Editor of Leesburg Daily Commercial concurring in the stand taken by Mr. Hanson and asking that the Commissioners not use public money to finance a promotion for the County.
planning and zoning
Mr. Owens advised the Board that he called a representative of the Florida Development and Planning Authority in Tallahassee re: having a meeting with this Board. Mr. Gainer stated he would work out a program when he could and advise Mr. Owens. This would be without cost to the County. He also stated that his Department and the Gainesville Department do not work together. Mr. Owens stated that after the meeting with the Florida Development and Planning Authority, he will contact the Gainesville Department to see if they can arrange a meeting.
Clerk Owens was instructed to check the title to Lots 8, 9, and 14 in Block D-3 of the unrecorded plat of Howey-in-the-Hills located in SE ¼ of SE ¼ of Section 26-20-25. If Lake County has title, Commr. Cowart wants to advertise the lots for sale.
recess and reassembly
The Board adjourned for lunch and reconvened at 1:30 p.m.
Clerk Owens presented a copy of a Proclamation of Governor Farris Bryant proclaiming April 2-6, 1962 as County Government Week, with a letter from E. R. Hafner, Executive Secretary, State Association of County Commissioners, requesting that the Board give this Proclamation publicity through the local newspapers; WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, Clerk Owens was authorized to notify the local newspapers of this Proclamation and that it be given publicity.
A letter from Lake and Hills Garden Club of Mount Dora requesting 20 loads of dirt fill was referred to Commr. Simpson.
A letter from R. W. Taylor thanking the Board for attending to the garbage dump near Sorrento was referred to Engineer Givens.
certificates of corrections of errors
On a motion by Commr. Theus, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried, the Certificates of Corrections of Errors on the 1961 Lake County Tax Roll, numbered 289 through 323 was approved.
report of sheriff on seized vehicle
The report of the Sheriff on a vehicle seized as a result of a beverage law violation was referred to C. E. Duncan, Attorney for the Board.
Mr. Simpson reported that he has some old equipment for sale, and Mr. LaRoe is interested in buying it; therefore, Mr. Simpson was authorized to sell the old equipment he does not need.
A letter from the Florida Development Commission notifying the Board that the Commissions has a sum of $475.95 in Aviation Fees and would like to have the County Commissioners designate what disposition is to be made of the money was referred to Attorney Duncan for reply.
contract with j. m. jewell for purchase and removal of house
A contract with J. M. Jewell for purchase and removal of the house in Block 40, Tavares (known as the Cox House) was filed with the Board.
lake county jail – change order no. 4
A copy of a letter from Howell C. Hopson, architect, to John R. Cordell, Jr., Fred S. Conrad Construction Company, re: Change Order No. 4 was filed with the Board.
two-way radio equipment for lake county jail
A copy of an acceptance letter from Howell C. Hopson, architect, to Motorola Communications and Electronics, Inc. was read. Amount of proposal being $15,481, and delivery to be within 45 calendar days. The proposal was submitted on March 12, 1962 and accepted that date.
U. S. army engineer district corps of engineers
The Notice of Application for Department of the Army Permit – Application made by Shoreline Dredging & Construction Company. The notice was filed.
paving by florida 4 construction company
The bill in the amount of $19,084.59 for this paving was authorized paid on a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Theus and carried. The bid was accepted on December 11, 1961.
annual statewide service officers’ school & conference
The annual Statewide Service Officers’ School and Conference to be held April 30 through May 5, 1962 at Daytona Plaza Hotel, Daytona Beach. A letter from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs requesting that the Service Officer attend the School was read; also, a letter from J. C. Hunter, County Service Officer, requesting permission to attend the school was read; WHEREUPON, on a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Dykes and carried, James C. Hunter, County Service Officer, was authorized to attend this school.
A request from W. A. Milton, Jr., County Judge, for the purchase of a standard 13” IBM electric typewriter for the Juvenile Court office at an approximate cost of $375 was presented to the Board. Clerk Owens was authorized to advise Judge Milton that the purchase of this typewriter was not in the budget, and they do not have any funds for purchase of same.
A letter from the County Judge requesting a joint meeting with the Board of County Commissioners and County Board of Visitors for the Lake County Juvenile Home was read. Clerk Owens was instructed to notify the Judge the meeting will be on April 9th at 1:30 p.m.
industrial & tourism commission
E. E. Huskey appeared before the Board and requested that a date be set for a joint meeting of the Industrial & Tourism Commission with the Board of County Commissioners. WHEREUPON, the Board set April 17th at 7:30 p.m. for the organizational meeting to be held in the County Commissioners room in the Courthouse.
Mr. Simpson presented an invitation to attend the Sixth Annual Conference on Industrial Parks and Regional Planning on April 5 and 6 at Rollins College.
On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, the action of the Chairman and Clerk in approving the applications of James Wilburn Holt and Ella B. Johnson for admittance to the T. B. Hospital was approved.
Clerk Owens read a letter from Mount Dora Publishing Company – G. M. Johnson, publisher and editor, re: the possibility of having monthly get-togethers by the publishers of the five Lake County papers with the Board of County Commissioners. The Commissioners suggested Friday nights for the meetings. Each Commissioner is to contact the editors in his district. It was suggested that the Radios should be asked to attend the meetings. No action on this suggestion.
Clerk Owens was instructed to have copies of the Report of the Attorney General, which was given in Jacksonville, made and given to the papers.
George S. Black of the Daily Commercial, Leesburg, was present and suggested that a special edition be published commemorating the 75th anniversary of Lake County. The Board advised that they do not have money for this, and they should contact the Lake County Chamber of Commerce.
Clerk Owens was authorized to fill out the exemption blank for Texaco Co.
A letter from R. H. Moore, Mount Dora, R-1, Box 473X re: surface water on his property was referred to Engineer Givens.
streets in sylvan shores
Clerk Owens read a letter from Roy Christopher, attorney of City of Mount Dora, dated December 7, 1961, in which he enclosed a quit-claim deed from the City to Lake County, a political subdivision, conveying certain land in Sylvan Shores Subdivision for the purposes of public streets and road rights of way and to release any interest which the City of Mount Dora may have in the property. On a motion by Commr. Dykes, seconded by Commr. Babb and carried, Clerk Owens was instructed to return the deed to the City of Mount Dora with the resolution. (See Min. December 11, 1961)
appeal for homestead exemption
Marion Coffey appeared before the Board re: his appeal on an application for Homestead Exemption. Mr. Duncan read a letter from Lewis H. Tribble, General Counsel for the Comptroller’s office, in reply to his letter to Mr. Ray E. Green, Compt, re this matter. This matter was referred to Mrs. Sudderth, Welfare Worker, to make an investigation of the financial and health status of Mr. Coffey and report to the Board.
Clerk Owens was instructed to request the Atlanta General Depot Surplus Equipment, Atlanta, Georgia, to place the Board of County Commissioners on its mailing list.
Mr. Cowart requested that another redistricting map be drawn up for Lake County. Engineer givens was instructed to get a map for each commissioner.
Clerk Owens reported that an old piano was left in the Yates house when the County purchased the property. Mrs. Valentine has asked for it if Mrs. Yates does not want it. Mr. Givens said that Mrs. Hamner also wants it for the Nursing Home. No action was taken on this.
lake memorial nursing home
Mr. Theus reported that the Leesburg Kiwanis Club has donated four wheelchairs to the Nursing Home, and other organizations have also made various donations. Clerk Owens was instructed to write a letter of thanks to the various organizations and obtain a list from Mrs. Hamner.
Mr. Theus stated they need a hundred feet of hose and a wheelbarrow at the Home. He was authorized to get these items. He reported that Mrs. Hamner said the family of Rollin Miller has come in and wants some of the things that have been given to Rollin. Mr. Theus was authorized to advise Mrs. Hamner not to give anything to the family, as the things were given for the benefit of the boy.
A letter from Pringle & Davis re: claim of Mrs. Rosella Mueller, which was referred to Mr. Duncan previously for reply was filed with the Board, and Mr. Duncan advised the Board that he has replied to the letter.
On a motion by Commr. Cowart, seconded by Commr. Theus and carried, the Payroll for the month of March was approved for payment.
following letters were filed with the board:
State Road Department – acknowledging receipt of revised resolutions re: Primary & Secondary Roads: Resolution re: H. L. Edward. Re: Sec. project No. 11503-3601, SR S-561A Palatlakaha River Bridge and approaches at Lake Minnehaha S. of Clermont. Bids to be received March 29, 1962.
State Board of Administration re: surplus gas tax available during 1962-1963.
following reports filed with the board:
J. C. Hunter, Co. Service Officer: R. E. Norris, Co. Agent and 2 assistants
Marion Valentine and 1 assistant, also Secretary
Florida Division of Correction – State Road Prison #5758
On a motion by Commr. Theus, seconded by Commr. Cowart and carried, the following named persons were designated Clerks and Inspectors to serve on the Election Boards in the first Primary Election to be held on May 8, 1962 and that the names be published one time in the Daily Commercial, Leesburg, Florida, eleven days before the Election.
astor – precinct #1
VOTING PLACE – Community Center
Clerk: Russell Mattox
Inspectors: Otis Lee, Bertha Lucas, and Lucile C. Davis
altoona – precinct #2
VOTING PLACE – Community Center
Clerk: C. E. Matteson
Inspectors: Reed Hollinger, Ruth Allen, George M. Jackson
Paisley – precinct #3
VOTING PLACE – School Building
Clerk: John W. Jones
Inspectors: Thomas J. Kilker, Jacob N. Wade, and Harold D. Gregory
cassia – precinct #4
VOTING PLACE – School House
Clerk: Phyllis Freeman
Inspectors: Mittie P. Chandley, Roy Jefferson DeLay, Alto N. Royal
sorrento – precinct #5
VOTING PLACE – Community House
Clerk: James W. Geddes
Inspectors: William R. Paul, C. Raymond Sessions, and George Clark
eustis – precinct #6
VOTING PLACE – - Recreation Center
Clerk: S. B. Johnson
Inspectors: Claude Crane, Ollie Mae Dillars, Mrs. Homer T. Stearns, Mrs. Minnie Lee Bright
umatilla – PRECINCT #7
VOTING PLACE – New City Hall
Clerk: Adelia K. Owens
Inspectors: Virginia W. Trowell, Virginia R. Douglass, Tom Caldwell, and Lillian S. Kimball
grand island – precinct #8
VOTING PLACE – Community House
Clerk: Marie Persons
Inspectors: Kathleen Stevens, Wilma Jones, and Anita M. Kauffman
lisbon – precinct #9
VOTING PLACE – Haynes Creek Recreation Center
Clerk: Thelma D. Gastfield
Inspectors: Lena G. Gastfield, J. S. Gwaltney, and Abner Register
leesburg – precinct #10
VOTING PLACE – New Fire Station
Clerk: Max D. Ammons
Inspectors: Mrs. Virginia Burleson, Rev. W. H. Graves, Mrs. Cornelia Cobb, Mrs. Belle Chain, J. Locke Williams
lady lake – precinct #11
VOTING PLACE – Community House
Clerk: Tessie Seyler
Inspectors: Louise Reaves, Ruth Burton, and Elaine Anderson
okahumpka – precinct #12
VOTING PLACE – Hall’s Garage
Clerk: R. D. Merritt
Inspectors: Pauline Deal, Edna N. Hall, and Ellie P. Fussell
yalaha – precinct #13
VOTING PLACE – Bowen Grocery
Clerk: Stanley James
Inspectors: Elgie V. Fowler, Lucy W. Crow, and Hazel McEaddy
mascotte – precinct #14
VOTING PLACE – Community Building
Clerk: R. E. Nash
Inspectors: V. J. Overmiller, T. H. Knight, and George O’Brien
clermont – precinct #15
VOTING PLACE – Old City Hall
Clerk: Charles B. Roe
Inspectors: Lucy G. Johnson, John R. McCown, D. G. Rambo, Howard Young, and Barbara L. Johnson
montverde – precinct #16
VOTING PLACE – Community Building
Clerk: P. H. Nash
Inspectors: Mae S. McCarley, Mrs. George Craw, and Annie Lou McQuaig
astatula – precinct #17
VOTING PLACE – Community Building
Clerk: Olive Ingram
Inspectors: Ina Ruth Swaffer, Lillie Mae Lee, Mrs. George A. Williams
lake gem – precinct #18
VOTING PLACE – Hutchins’ Garage
Clerk: Mrs. J. B. Norris
Inspectors: W. A. Keen, Harry J. Hutchins, and Gerald Shadinger
tavares – precinct #19
VOTING PLACE – Legion Hut
Clerk: Dexter Ward
Inspectors: L. W. Conner, Mrs. L. G. Coven, J. M. Hudson, C. S. Daniel, and Martha Glidewell
mount dora – precinct #20
VOTING PLACE – Doris Furniture Company
Clerk: Clarence Lee
Inspectors: Alice R. Lee, Mrs. Harold D. Overhiser, Mrs. John A. Murray, and Guyla G. Bissell
howey – precinct #21
VOTING PLACE – City Hall
Clerk: Vera M. Holland
Inspectors: Ernestine A. Wolfe, Henrietta K. Bahl, and Sara B. Waddell
minneola – precinct #22
VOTING PLACE – Community Building
Clerk: Hamp Walker
Inspectors: Violet E. Meeker, Mae R. Weaver, Leone M. Mann
groveland – precinct #23
VOTING PLACE – City Hall
Clerk: A. S. Brooks, Sr.
Inspectors: Jack Hart, O. E. Langfeldt, J. T. Bridges, and Richard S. Kurfiss
Ferndale – precinct #24
VOTING PLACE – Community Bldg.
Clerk: Mrs. Pearl Foster
Inspectors: Hassie Belle Price, Mamie Merritt, and Edith Walker
fruitland park – precinct #25
VOTING PLACE – New City Hall
Clerk: Minnie M. Bass
Inspectors: Carrie B. Lee, Mrs. Raymond Duncan, Mrs. Ruth Hine (R)
leesburg – precinct #26
VOTING PLACE – American Legion Bldg., N. 3rd & Meadow Streets
Clerk: R. Perry Butler
Inspectors: Frank Plate, Joseph E. Long, W. F. Girtman, and J. Lamar Tompkins
leesburg – Precinct #27
VOTING PLACE – Smith’s Furniture Store
Clerk: Merle E. Nelson
Inspectors: C. B. Garland, H. R. Carpenter, Robert J. (Tex) Ritter, James T. Godwin, and C. L. Fields
leesburg – Precinct #28
VOTING PLACE – Penn-Dixie Grocery
Clerk: J. R. Fussell
Inspectors: Barbara Garett, Elsie L. Commander, and Mrs. R. F. Gray (R)
leesburg – Precinct #29
VOTING PLACE – Casteen’s Grocery
Clerk: Annie Lou Brunson
Inspectors: Mrs. Edgar Ward, Olivia E. Courtoy, Marguerite C. Myer, and Myra Sanders
leesburg – Precinct #30
VOTING PLACE – Krueger’s Pet Shop
Clerk: Glyn Faircloth
Inspectors: Charles J. Peper, Harry D. Thorniley, and Raymond Krueger
mount dora – Precinct #31
VOTING PLACE – City Building
Clerk: Mrs. R. Christie
Inspectors: Mrs. R. Christie, Mina Wagner, Mrs. Paul Snowberger, Mildred Hardester, Flavilla E. Blanchard
eustis – Precinct #32
VOTING PLACE – New Phillips 66 S.S., S. Bay Street
Clerk: John E. Musgrave
Inspectors: Rose S. Wingfield, Mrs. Rudy Steinbrecher, Mary R. Terry, Helen Brackmyer, and William Verschoor
dona vista – Precinct #33
VOTING PLACE – Irvin’s Office
Clerk: Kathlyn C. Cadwell
Inspectors: H. L. Cadwell, Mrs. Marion Galtier, and Florence L. Holt
airport – Precinct #34
VOTING PLACE – Airport Building
Clerk: Nancy Tobey
Inspectors: Dorothy C. Woodford, Ina Huchingson, and Jacqueline F. Kelly
golden triangle – Precinct #35
VOTING PLACE – Riley’s Trailer Park
Clerk: Grady Simpson, Obie Alexander, Elizabeth Penn, and Hazel Crawford (R)
eustis – Precinct #36
VOTING PLACE – Armory
Clerk: Ruth Wirth
Inspectors: C. a. Golding, Stella Kennedy, Arthur G. Polk, Edna Lane Shaw, and Mary E. Gath
EUSTIS PRECINCT #37
VOTING PLACE – Patterson’s Residence Garage
Clerk: Nellie Patterson
Inspectors: Barbara S. Cash, R. A. Getford, and Jessie G. Bailey (R)