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Publication Date: November 1940
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E6S-NAHll
As S ItN J A lll


ELLIOTT B. HADLEY
President
211 Taylor Arcade,
St. Petersburg


OFFICERS
ROBERT LAW WEED'
Vice-President
1777 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami


E. F. DE LA HAYE
Secretary-Treasurer
Box 3747
Daytona Beach
DIRECTORS OF DISTRICTS
1--R. Daniel Hart Pensacola 8--Donald R. Pierce Lakelasld
2--James A. Stripling Tallahassee 9--Richard W. Rummell Cocoa
3--Sanford W. Goin Gainesville 10--Bruce P. Kitchell West Palm Beach
4--FrederickW.Bucky;Jr. Jacksonville 11--Courtney Stewart' Ft. Lauderdale
5--G. M.'Peek DeLand 12--Robert M. Little Miami Beach
6--Richard B. Rogers Orlando 13--Gerard Pitt Miami
7--Archie G. Parish St. Petersburg

Object: . The purpose of this Association shall be to
stimulate and encourage continual improvement within the
profession, co-operate with other professions, promote and
participate in the matters of general public welfare, and
represent and act for the architectural profession in the State.


NOVEMBER 1940


NUMBER 9


THE ANNUAL MEETING
of
THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION
OF
ARCHITECTS

WILL BE HELD IN

HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
DECEMBER 6 AND 7, 1940

HEADQUARTERS: HOLLYWOOD HOTEL

CONVENTION CHAIRMAN
COURTNEY STEWART
905 Sweet Building
Fort Lauderdale, Florida






THE CHARTER . Your Secretary reports that
the new Charter, as adopted at the Semi-Annual Meeting
held May 4, 1940, in Gainesville, Florida, satisfies all
conditions for recording, BUT .. .the law requires the
By-Laws, (which are to be filed with the Charter), to
contain a section stating the Ipethod by which future
changes to the Charter may be made.
BY-LAWS . Therefore, please note the following:
NOTICE TO VOTING MEMBERS OF THE
FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS.
You are hereby notified that pursuant to Article VIII,
Section 1, of the By-Laws as adopted at the annual
convention of the Association held on December 9, 1939,
an Amendment to such By-Laws, will be presented to
the Association duly assembled at its next annual Con-
vention to be held on December 6 and 7, 1940, in Holly-
wood, Florida, said Amendment to be in the following
words and figures:
"ARTICLE VIII-AMENDMENTS.
Section 2. The Charter of this Association may be
amended by resolution at any annual or semi-annual
meeting of the Association by the concurring vote of
not less than three-fourths of the total Voting Members
accredited at the meeting."
E. F. DE LA HAYE,
SSecretary-Treasurer.

LEGISLATION ... This important subject has been
and is receiving much attention from the Legislative
Committee, President Hadley, and in District Meetings.
The Legislative Committee will hold a special meet-
ing in the San Juan Hotel, Orlando, on Saturday,
November 9th . Harry M. Griffin, President, and
Mellen C. Greeley, Secretary, of the Florida State Board
of Architecture have been invited to attend . Results
will be presented at the Annual Convention.


THE CONVENTION ... By the time this BULLETIN
reaches you 365 days plus an extra day for February
~yill have rolled by since we notified you regarding the
1939 Convention. It now becomes the Secretary's duty
to urge you to attend the 1940 Annual Convention to
be held in Hollywood. The Officers of the Florida
Association hope to see many new as well as familiar
faces at the Convention. Remember that all Architects
are welcome. ... You do not have to be a voting member
to attend. . In reviewing a recent Convention of
Architects held in one of our Western states the publi-
cation of this Association reported, and we quote, "The
most special impression was made by the fact that the
old guard always turns out and that the Architects who
could use the support of the Society were noticeable by
their absence."






DISTRICT FOUR . Because of many reasons
besides the climate we can depend upon the Architects
of District No. 4, composed mainly of archietcts prac-
ticing in the Jacksonville area, to take exceptional inter-
est in all activities pertaining to the Architectural pro-
fession. And so we give you at this time the following
District action as sent in by Frederick W. Bucky, Jr.,
Director of District No. 4.
BE IT RESOLVED:
WHEREAS, The following motion was passed by the
Florida Association of Architects in semi-annual meeting
assembled May 4, 1940, in Gainesville, Florida:
"Mr. Stageberg then moved that the Legislative
Committee be instructed to prepare two or three
bills, whichever in their judgment is best, and to
submit these two or three bills to the Legislature
under proper sponsorship. Also that the Com-
mittee be empowered to withdraw any of these
bills if in their opinion the one withdrawn would
jeopardize the passage of the remaining bills. This
was seconded by Weaver and carried with two nega-
tive votes."
AND WHEREAS, The intent of this motion was to guide
the Legislative Committee of the F. A. A. in their actions,
along the lines as suggested by the State Board of Archi-
tecture, which Board has given a great deal of tire and
Jtudy to the draft of a proposed bill to amend the old
act.
AND WHEREAS, The State Board of Architecture has
suggested that we attempt to amend the present law
in units, such as:
Unit 1. An amendment to contain"Those items which
we need for strengthening the Board itself.
Unit 2. Another amendment which would incor-
porate those changes which we need for a
better control of applicants and those who
appear for registration.
Unit 3. Another amendment in which we should
place those things which we all desire, but have
/ little hope of getting-such as Section 9.
AND WHEREAS, The -Florida State Board of Architec-
tuie has further suggested that our efforts at the 1941
session of the Florida Legislature be confined to amend-
ments as mentioned under the above units one and two
only:
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That District No. 4 of
the Florida Association oi Architects, in regular weekly
meeting assembled this 3rd day of October, 1940, does
endorse the above motion of the F. A. A. and does fur-
ther endorse the procedure outlined by the State Board
of Architecture for the legislative efforts of the F. A. A.
in 1941.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That this District
highly approves of the recommendation by the Florida
State Board of Architecture that the amendment to







Section 9 of the existing Architect's Registration Law
be eliminated from consideration for the forthcoming
session of the Florida Legislature.
AND BE IT RESOLVED, That this District does call upon
the Legislative Committee to abide by the above motion
as passed by the F. A. A., and does recommend to the
said Committee the omission of the aforementioned Sec-
tion 9 and any other sections which the Committee con-
siders would jeapordize the passage of other parts of
the bill which would be most desirable.
SAND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That copies of this
resolution be sent to the President, Secretary and the
members of the Legislative Committee of the Florida
Association of Architects.
FREDERICK W. BUCKY, JR.,
Director, District No. 4.
S* -x*
EXECUTIVE BOARD...
Elliott B. Hadley, President
Robert Law Weed, Vice-President
E. F. De La Haye, Secretary-Treasurer
Russell T. Pancoast, Past President
R. Daniel Hart, Director District No. 1
James A. Stripling, Director District No. 2
Sanford W. Goin, Director District No. 3
Jefferson D. Powell, Director District No. 4
G. M. Peek, Director District No. 5
Richard B. Rogers, Director District No. 6
Archie G. Parish, Director District No. 7
Donald R. Pierce, Director District No. 8
Richard W. Rummell, Jr., Director District No. 9
Bruce P. Kitchell, Director District No. 10
Ccur'ne-- Stewart, -Director District No. 11
Pol:ert, M. Little, Director District No. 12
Gerard Pitt, Director District No. 13
Are hereby reminded that, as members of the Executive
Board, they should plan to attend the meeting of this
Board to be held at the Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood
on the evening of Thursday, December 5, 1940.
'x- -x- 3 x-
DISTRICT MEETINGS . All Directors are re-
quested to call at least one District Meeting before the
Annual Convention.
*-x- -x- -x
DIRECTOR'S REPORTS .. One of the duties of
SDirector is to present at the Convention a written
report of the year's activities and conditions within hi,
District.... If you are unable to attend the Convention
to read your report in person please mail your report
to the Secretary several days before the Convention date,
or delegate an attending Architect from your District
to give the report.

Harold Hair, Winter Park architect, has been placed
in charge by the Government of construction of the first
fifty-six buildings for the U. S. Army Air Corps in
Orlando.






VOTING MEMBERS . In order that you may
check your standing with The Florida Association of
Architects, we give you the list of all voting members
to date:
Adams, Franklin O. .. .. .Tampa
Arnett, William T. Gainesville
Atkinson, Carl N... ... St. Petersburg
Atwater, Montgomery ..Miami
Avery, Lester ... .. Miami
Beck, Arthur . ... Orlando
Benjamin, R. A. ... Jacksonville
Benton, Felix .. .Tampa
Bittner, Robert . .. Gainesville
Bruce, George . . Miami
Bucky, Frederick W., Jr Jacksonville
Bunch, Franklin S.. .... Jacksonville
Cellar, A. Eugene . . Jacksonville
Childs, G. Sherman... .. Lake Worth
Clarke, L. Phillips .. . . West Palm Beach
Crowell, John M. . .... Clearwater
Danison, Robert A ... St. Petersburg
De La Haye, E. F.... .. Daytona Beach
Dixon, L. Murray Miami Beach
Ehmann, E. A. Miami
Ewing, Upton C. .. ....Coral Gables
Fatio, Maurice... .Palm Beach
Ferendino, Andrew J.... ..Miami Beach
Fetner, S. Ralph Jacksonville
Fitchner, E. D. . .. Tallahassee
Forrest, A. L... . St. Petersburg
France, Roy F. .. ... Miami Beach
Frimmer, Frank . .Tampa
Fulton, Guy C. .. .... Gainesville
Fulwood, C. W., Jr. . St. Petersburg
Geiger, August Miami Beach
Gibbs, Homer G. .... Winter Haven
Goin, Sanford W.. .. Gainesyille
Greeley, Mellen C. Jacksonville
Hadley, Elliott B. ..... St. Petersburg
Haley, Curtis E. .... Miami
Hannaford, Frederick T . Gainesville
Hart, R. Daniel. .. Peniacola
Hatcher, William W. .... Fort Pierce
Henderson, T. Hunter, Jr. Miami Beach
Hitt, Laurance W.... ..Winter Park
Hobson, Melvin C. ... ke City
Hohauser, Henry .... . Miami Beach
Hopkins, A. C. Jacksonville
Houlihan, Raymond F.... .. Miami
Jackson, William K Miami
Jacobson, N. S. Fort Lauderdale
Jahelka, Robert G. Fort Lauderdale
Ielley, Forest M., Jr. .... Gainesville
Kemp, William D. Jacksonville
Kennard, Francis J. ... .. Tampa
Kiehnel, Richard Miami
Kitchell, Bruce P. . West Palm Beach
Lawson, John Scott Palm Beach
Little, Robert M. Miami Beach
Lowry, Willard Miami Beach
Maass, Gustav A. .. ... Palm Beach
'Mack, Clarence Palm Beach
Macneir, Donald B. .. Fort Lauderdale
McCandless, Jack St. Petersburg
Mendenhall, H. D. Tallahassee
Nellenbogen, Victor H. . . Miami Beach
Nelson, Harry O. . Miami Beach
Nevins, Robert M., Jr. . . West Palm Beach
Pancoast, Russell T. . . Miami Beach







Parish, Archie G.... .... St. Petersburg
Parmelee, E. D.... . Miami
Parziale, Frank A. ... Ocala
Peek, G. M. . DeLand
Pendergrass, Sanford H. ... . Miami
Pierce, Albert H... . Daytona Beach
Pierce, Donald R. ... ... Lakeland
Pierson, John E., Jr... . Gainesville
Pitt, Gerard Miami
Polevitzky, I. B. Miami Beach
Powell, Jefferson D. .. Jacksonville
Price, Max Chas. Punta Gorda
Raymond, W. Oakley . Coral Gables
Reeder, Edwin T. ... . Miami
Robertson, E. L... . Miami
Rogers, James Gamble ...... Winter Park
Rummell, Richard W., Jr... .. Cocoa
Russell, T. T.. . Miami Beach
Sheftall, LeeRoy Jacksonville
Shotwell, David ... ... Naples
Six, Norman F. Tampa
Skeels, Norman A. .. .. Miami Beach
Skislewicz, Anton .. .. Miami


Smith, Ivan H...
Snyder, W. J. ...
Southwell, Arnold R.
Spohn, George H.
Stageberg, O. C. R.
Start, Cedric
Stewart, A. Courtney
Stripling, James A.
Taylor, Henry L...
Twitchell, Ralph S.
Vaughn, William T. .
Votaw, George J., .
Weaver, Rudolph .
Weed, Robert L..
Welch, S. J.
Whitworth, Henry P. .
Williams, Arthur L...
V'inn, Frank A., Jr.
Woods, Frank W. ...
Wortman, Edgar S....
Wyeth, M. S. .
Yonge, Chandler C. .
Total, 110.


Jacksonville
.Miami Beach
. Miami Beach
. Miami
Gainesville
Hollywood
Fort Lauderdale
Tallahassee
St. Petersburg
Sarasota
Fort Lauderdale
Palm Beach
Gainesville
Miami
Pensacola
Miami
Daytona Beach-
Tampa
Miami Beach
West Palm Beach
Palm Beach
Jacksonville


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MEMBERSHIP . Every Architect registered and
resident in the State of Florida is eligible for member-
ship in this Association. To become a voting member
send $5 00 dues to the Secretary.

Sincerely,

E. F. DE LA HAYE, Secretary-Treasurer,

THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION

OF ARCHITECTS.


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA



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