From Hodges' Scrapbook, an article from 1933:
|Senator W. C. Hodges|
CAPITAL SOLONS AWARDED POSTS
REPRESENTATIVES, SENATOR HODGES ARE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
Leon's delegation, Curtis Waller and George Martin, drew choice positions in the list of house committee assignments, announced Tuesday by Speaker Thomasello.
Waller was made chairman of the committee of constitutional amendments and a member of the rules committee, conceded to be one of the most powerful committees in the house, uniform laws, judiciary A, finance and taxation, banking and loans, and the new committee, canal and drainage.
Martin is on the aviation committee, appropriations, education "B", insurance, primary laws, state pensions, veterans affairs, and was made chairman of the committee on public health.
State Senator William C. Hodges of Tallahassee, representing the eight district, was assigned to four of the most important committees in the Upper House. Hodges was made chairman of the appropriations committee, resuming the powerful position he once or twice before has held in this respect. He also was assigned to the committees on constitutional amendments, building and loans, insurance and state institutions.