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Publication Date: February 1939
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OFFICERS


RUSSELL T. PANCOAST
President
First National Bank Building
Miami Beach
JEFFERSON D. POWELL
First Vice President
'Professional Building
Jacksonville


1--R. Daniel Hart
2--James A. Stripling
3--William T. Arnett
4--Franklin S. Bunch
5--G. M. Peek
6--W. Kenneth Miller
7--Elliott B. Hadley


O, C. STAGESERG
Second Vice President
517 West University Avenue
Gainesville
E. F. DE LA HAYB
Secretary-Treasurer
Box 3747
Daytona Beach


DIRECTORS OF DISTRICTS
Pensacola 8--Donald R. Pierce Lakeland
Tallahassee 9--Richard W. Rummell Cocoa
Gainesville 10--Nat G. Walker Ft. Myers
Jacksonvill. 11--Bruce P. Kitchell West Palm Beach
DeLand 12--Courtney Stewart Ft. Lauderdale
Orlando 13--Robert M. Little Miami Beach
St. Petersburg 14--Robert L. Weed Miami
15--Earl V. Wolfe Key West


Object: "To organize and unite in fellowship the architects
of the State of Florida and to combine their efforts to pro-
mote the artistic, scientific and practical efficiency of the pro-
fession".


FEBRUARY 1939


NUMBER 2


WHY?
It so often happens that when we have reached the
place or age in life where we begin to fully appreciate
a man and his ability that something happens to take
him away from our circle of friends.
Sorrowfully we dedicate these few lines to
KENNETH M. MURCHISON
Master of Architecture and the Art of Friendship.
Widely known as a leader in the Beaux-Arts and a
brilliant patron of Beaux Esprits he leaves a vacancy
in our hearts.
Sit tibi terra levis. May the earth lie lightly upon thee.

THIS BULLETIN CONTAINS A COPY OF THE
CONSTITUTION. SAVE IT.





CONSTITUTION
of
THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS


ARTICLE I.
Name
The name of this Association shall be: "The Florida
Association of Architects".
ARTICLE II.
Objects
The objects of this Association are: To organize and
unite in fellowship the architects of the State of Florida
and to combine their efforts to promote the artistic,
scientific and practical efficiency of the profession.
ARTICLE III.
Membership
Section 1. The membership of the Association shall
consist of: First, active members; second, associate
members; third, junior members; and fourth, honorary
members.
Section 2. The condition of membership shall be
honorable service in the field of one of the above classes
of membership as defined in the by-laws.
Section 3. Only active members shall have the right
to vote in this Association, but associate, junior, and
honorary members may have the privilege of the floor
in discussions and may offer resolutions.
ARTICLE IV.
Officers
Section 1. The officers of the Association slall be
a President, a First Vice-President, a Second Vice-
President, and a Secretary who also shall be Treasurer;
all of whom shall be active members.
Section 2. There shall be a Board of Directors.
consisting of the above named officers, ex-officio, and
such additional active members as shall be prescribed
by the by-laws.
ARTICLE V.
Government
Section 1. The government of the Association shall
be by its Officers and Board of Directors.
Section 2. The Board of Directors may, by a formal
vote, delegate its powers in whole or in part to an
Executive Committee, chosen from its membership, stat-
ing the powers granted and a limit of time for their
exercise.





Section 3. The Board of Directors shall annually
elect a Judiciary Committee of three from its own
membership and establish rules for its guidance. This
committee shall hear and adjudge all complaints of
members against members, and its findings shall be con-
clusive on all questions submitted. Appeal in writing
may be made to the Board of Directors on questions of
professional or ethical policy. If satisfied of the exist-
ence of newly discovered evidence, material to the is-
sue, the Board may, in its discretion, recommit the
case to the committee for a rehearing on the facts; but
save as to the existence of newly discovered evidence
the Board shall hear no evidence except such as may
be reported to it by the committee.

ARTICLE VI.
Meetings
Section 1. The Association shall hold an annual
meeting and such other meetings as are provided for in
the By-Laws.
ARTICLE VII.
Amendments
Section 1. This constitution may be added to, altered
or amended, on the written proposition of five or more
active members, by a three-fourths vote of the active
members voting at an annual meeting; provided that
one month's previous notice of the proposed change
shall have been sent by the secretary to each member
of the Association. Each active member shall have the
right to vote on questions arising under this article
whether he is present at the meeting in person or not,
provided his vote is sealed and delivered to the secretary
before the meeting is called to order.
ARTICLE VIII.
Parliamentary Law
Section 1. On all questions of parliamentary law
this Association shall be governed by Cushing's Manual.

ARTICLE IX.
Incorporation
Section 1. This Association shall be incorporated
under the Laws of the State of Florida, not for profit.


Complete copies of the Minutes of the Association's
1938 Convention are being mailed to all Officers and
Directors with this Bulletin. As it takes considerable
pecking away on our Underwood to get out these eigh-
teen extra copies we hope you'll read them and discuss
them at District Meetings.






SMISSING-The University Library is binding peri-,
odicals for the School of Architecture and Allied Arts
of the University of Florida, and Rudolph Weaver, Di-
rector, reports the following copies missing:
Architectural Forum Vol. 50. No. 3. Part 1.
Vol. 44. No. 3. March, 1926 March, 1929
Vol. 49. No. 1. Part 1 Vol. 50. No. 3. Part 2.
July, 1928 March, 1929
Vol. 49. No. 3. Part. 1. Vol. 50. No. 6. Part 1.
Sept., 1928 June, 1929
Vol. 49. No. 3. Part 2. Architectural Record
Sept., 1928 Vol. 63. No. 4. April, 1928
Vol. 49. No. 5. Part 1. Vol. 65. No. 4. April, 1928
Nov., 1928 Vol. 67. No. 5. May, 1930
Vol. 49. No. 5. Part 2.
Nov., 1928


WANTED-Architects to contribute these missing
copies provided they have them in their files or stored
away . To avoid unnecessary duplication please send
a letter to
Rudolph Weaver, Director
School of Architecture and Allied Arts
University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida
stating the copies you will donate . Please, and thank
you.


Had Director Weaver's request reached this office a
few weeks earlier we would have filled his requirements
without further search. It so happens that, Lo, after
these many years we decided to destroy hundreds of old
volumes. Wish we'd postponed the d-- job! For-
tunately we found seven volumes starting back in 1926,
(not listed above), and these have been sent to the
University . (The above d- stands for "dusty").
Didn't you read it that Way?


ARTICLE V., Section 3. Constitution. "The Board
of Directors shall annually elect a judiciary Committee
of three from its own membership and establish rules
for its guidance".
In accordance with the above all Directors are re-
quested to send the secretary a letter giving the three
names they select . The three highest in the voting
will form the Committee and the person receiving the
highest number of votes will be named as Chairman of
that Committee... Please vote today, and vote for three.


THOUGHT-When you find yourself in hot water
it is good policy to keep your mouth shut.





Convention action instructed the secretary to con-
tinue to send the Bulletin during 1939 to all architects
registered in the State of Florida. . Bulletin is grow-
ing in popularity if we are to judge from the requests
for copies. . Now goes to several State Associations,
several newspapers, The A. I. A. in Washington, sev-
eral manufacturing concerns, the A. I. A. Committee on
Affiliation, the National Council of Architectural Regis-
tration Boards, the Colegio Nacional de Arquitectos in
Havana, Cuba, and to others interested.
-*- *
From The Octagon, a journal of The American Insti-
tute of Architects, we repeat the following from the
"New Year Salutation of The President", Charles D.
Maginnis, in the January number:
"At Newark and Jacksonville I had the particular
privilege of meeting the men of the State Associations,
and I observed with great satisfaction the cordiality and
effectiveness of their cooperation with chapter enter-
prises. The Florida architects were in convention,
which gave notable opportunity to meet the representa-
tive architects locally, and incidentally to perceive that
in that exotic and favored clime the practice of archi-
tecture can be as serious a business as it is with the rest
of us. Russell Pancoast presided; an impressive growth
in the Association was reported; Franklin Adams and
Rudolph Weaver gave familiar atmosphere, and a de-
lightful company at a concluding dinner with many
ladies will long be remembered. Surely there are no hap-
pier hours in the lives of architects than those in which
they exchange experiences and test one another's pro-
fessional sympathies at times like these. It is in that
atmosphere, I think, we are at our best."

At the Convention it was moved, seconded, and car-
ried, that The Florida Association of Architects affili-
ate with The American Institute of Architects. "*


Other State Association Members of The A. I. A. are:
State Association of California Architects, (307 voting
members); Michigan Society of Architects, (415 vot-
ing members); The State Association of Wisconsin
Architects, (77 voting members); Architects Society of
Ohio, (166 voting members); Kentucky Architects
Association, (38 voting members).


"There's one born every minute".
Confession: We accounted for a couple minutes last
week.


STATIC OR DYNAMIC-With 15 Districts in The
F. A. A. there undoubtedly will be groups of both types
.. Depending greatly on the individuals, their effec-






tiveness, efficiency, and the desire to attain results. ..
plus unselfishness . which means working for the
common welfare . Thank goodness we have mighty
little static within the Association . Hope you, as
an architect with an interest in the profession, will join
the Associaion this year, if not now a member . .With
important legislation on the program you need us and
we need you.
*x- *x- *x-

As your secretary and treasurer we were a bit proud
of our reports given at the Convention. Our heart,
epiglottis and Adam's apple became mixed up at the
meeting so we take this opportunity to say, "Thanks
a lot, fellows, for your spontaneous approval."

And now, every one work for a better 1939.

Just a few years ago the secretary was always a bit
relieved when some one at the Semi-Annual Meeting
asked that the Annual Convention of The F. A. A. be
held in their city. The past three years, however, have
seen competition growing for this event, and it is not
too early to start thinking about it if you want your city
to have the honor . Arq. Horacio Navarrete, newly
elected President of the Colegio Nacional De Arqui-
tectos, La Habana, Cuba, has sent in a letter reiterat-
ing the invitation tendered by the Executive Committee
under former Presidente Sr. Cayado.
*
LOST-A rendering exhibited at the Convention by
T. Hunter Henderson of Miami Beach has been miss-
ing. As Fred Bucky returned all displays to District
Directors we ask that they check up to see if Fred un-
intentionally put it in the wrong package. If found
please send to Henderson at P. O. Box 1051, Miami
Beach, and also notify the secretary. Thanks a lot.

District 4, Jacksonville, having weekly luncheon
meetings and Director Bunch writes in for more sta-
tionery . "They pass resolutions here and have me
write all over the place" . Stay with 'em, Bunch
. Stationery coming and here's the Constitution in
this issue . By-Laws will follow in future Bulletins.


W. K. Mitchell, Head, Auditory Instruction, General
Extension Division of the University of Florida, and
O. C. R. Stageberg making progress on planning the
short course in architecture May 18th and 19th at the
University . Keep it in mind and support it.
Sincerely,
E. F. DE LA HAYE,
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Sec.-Treas., The F. A. A.

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