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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
        Title Page 1
        Title Page 2
    Front Matter
        Page ii
    Foreword
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Table of Contents
        Page v
        Page vi
    Cities and Towns
        Page vii
    State and National Clubs and Organizations in Florida
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DIRECTORY OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH IN FLORIDA


(A Summary of Commmuity Resources, Organizations,
and Services for Youth)
19 6




Compiled by

Glenn B. Calmes, Educational Aid Supervisor
Assisted by

Clyde Biggerstaff, Charles B. Finney
and
Mrs. Clara M. Estes


FIRST


EDITION


National Youth Administration
State Headquarters, Jacksonville, Florida
R. C. Beaty, State Director



















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TO ALL FRIENDS OF YOUTH:



This manual of YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES is an attempt on

the part of the Florida Youth Administration to give to in-

dividuals and groups interested in the welfare of young peo-

ple some concrete information about the type of service that

is being rendered to youth. We hope it may serve as a guide

both to those working for and with young people and to young

persons themselves who are looking for opportunities in the

various phases of community life.



It is our desire, therefore, that this manual be dis-

tributed to people and to places where it may be accessible

to those who are interested in helping youth. If it proves

to be of value, the Florida Youth Administration would like

to see some agency continue to publish from year to year the

type of information contained herein.




R. C. Beaty, State Director

National Youth Administration

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14^d.







iii


FOREWORD





The National Youth Administration, established on June 26, 1935,
marks the supreme endeavor of the Federal Government to preserve the skill
and energy of the youth of our country. These youth found themselves envel-
oped in a state of unemployment and bewilderment, with no recognition of
their abilities and little consideration shown for their problems. The
National Youth Administration has endeavored to restore youth to its former
place in the affairs of the Nation, and to give it that confidence whioh is
indispensable to success.

It was felt that many ambitious youth were unable to seize what
opportunities were available to them* because of ignorance of the existence
of these opportunities. It was as a remedy to this difficulty that the idea
of a Directory of Youth Opportunities was conceived and executed.

The Directory of Youth Opportunities is designed to present, in a
convenient catalogued form, all opportunities offered in Florida to youth
by schools, civic organizations, clubs, governmental offices* and other pub-
lio and private agencies. All organizations offering advantages to youth in
education, recreation* vocational training, guidance, employment, health,
cultural developments or any other fields come within the province of this
Directory* Although no pretense is made as to its completeness, this Diree-
tory is doubtless the most comprehensive work of its kind yet compiled for
this State.

Persons employed in the collection of this material were chosen
from among the high school students of the state, and were employed on a
part-time basis. In judging the merits of this work, allowance should con-
sequently be made for the inexperience and youth of the enumerators.

Deep appreciation and sincere gratitude are extended to student
collectors, faculty supervisors, principals of high schools, presidents of
colleges, officials of the National Youth Administration, and all others who
by their interest and faithful efforts made possible this Directory. It is
hoped that it will serve as a means of solving many of the problems which
confront the youth of Florida.




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HOW TO USE THE DIRECTORY



ORGANIZATIONS LISTED

The Directory lists all types of organizations which serve youth.
Inclusion in this Directory does not in any sense imply endorsement of ei-
ther standards or importance of work. Neither does exclusion necessarily
mean disapproval of such work.

METHODS OF LIST ING

Alphabetic List:

Opportunities -and resources of all kinds offered to youth in Flo-
rida are-entered in alphabetical order, classified by counties and cities.
Each agency is entered under its respective city or town by its common ti-
tie, address, telephone numbers President and Secretary, and description of
the service or opportunity it offers to youth.

Many changes of address and telephone numbers have occurred since
the book went to press. In the presentation of such a mass of detail, cov-
ering so many organizations, it is inevitable that other inaccuracies also
will be found. Users of the Directory are urged to report errors and es-
pecially changes of personnel, address and telephone number to the State NYA
Office.

State Organizations & Local Units:

Organizations which operate as a local unit of a mother organiza-
tion (State or National) are starred, and persons seeking information about
these organizations should turn to the State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory for further information.

College Directory Section:

Because of the many scholarships and loans offered to college stu-
dents by State and National organizations which could not be classified un-
der any of the local organizations, a special COLLEGE SECTION has been in-
eluded in this publication. (See Table of Contents.)

Subject or Opportunity Index:

A subject index furnishes a means of ready reference by types of
services," opportunities, and resources offered to youth ini the various ci-
ties and towns, Wherever available, complete information about each oppor-
tunity is given; such as the hour, day and place of service, fees charged,
eligibility requirements or types of persons served, age limits, etc.











C 0 INTENT S

Foreword ...................................... ................. ., iii

How to Use the Directory........................................... iv

Index of Towns and Cities.......................................... vii

State and National OrganizationsV.......................... ...... Viii-xxii

Opportunities and Resources for Youth ............................ 1-427

Alaohua County ........................................... 1 8
Baker County....... ......................... ............ 9 10
Bay County..0..................... ..................... 10 15
Bradford County.......................................... 15 17
Brevard County.......................................... 17 27
Bromard County ........................................... 27 36
Calhoun County......- .................................... 36 37
Charlotte County ....................................... 37 41
Citrus County................................. ...... o.. 41 43
Clay County............................... .............. 43 45
Collier County....................... .............. 46
Columbia County ........ .... ........................ 47- 51
Dade County.............................. ............... 51 80
DeSoto County....... ..9................................. 81 87
Dixie County........................................... 87 89
Duval County........... ....... 89 -121
Escambia County......................9.................... 122-131
Flagler County........ .................................. 132-134
Franklin County.......................................... 134-136
Gadsden County........................................... 136-142-
Gilchrist County. .,........ ......................... 142-143
Glades County............. 9, ......9.. .................. 143-144
Gulf County .............................. ................ 145-146
Hamilton County...............................99.......... 146-147
Hardee County ............ ............................ 147-153
Hendry County......................1........ .... ...... 154
Hernando County; ....................................... 155-159
Highlands County ................. .. ...................... 159-165
Hillsborough County....................................... 166-195
Holmes County.......................................... 195-197
Indian.River............................................ 197-200
Jackson County............................................ 200-205
Jefferson County.......................................... 206-208
Lafayette County.............. ................ 208-210
Lake County...........................................,. 210-223
Lee County................................. 224-229
Leon County............................... ............... 229-237
Levy County............................................... 237-238
Liberty County.............. f .......................... 239-240
Madison County ......................................... 240-242












Contents, Conttd.

Manatee County....................................... 242-250
Marion County...................... 251-258
Martin County.......................................... 258-262
Monroe County.................................... 262-267
Nassau County ......................................... 267-269
Okaloosa County........................... 269-270
Okeechobee County........................... ........ 270-272
Orange County ................................. ........ 273-294
Osceola County................................... ...... 294-299
Palm Beach County...................................... 299-313
Pasoo County ............... ....... ...... ............ ... 313-316
Pinollas County......................................... 317-345
Polk County ........................ ................. 345-368
Putnam County.................................. ....... 368-371
St. Johns County ..................... ............... 372-377
St. Lucie County....................................... 377-380
Santa Rosa County.......................0............. 380-383
Sarasota County........... ........................... 383-388
Seminole County........................................ 389-394
Sumter County.... .... ..................... ............ 394-395
Sumwarnee County........................................ 396-393
Taylor County ................................ ....... 399-401
Union County..................... ...................... 401-402
Volusia County......................... ................ 402-421
W1akulla County.................. ........ ............. .. 421-422
WValton County................................ ......... 422-425
Washington County...................................... 426-427


College Directory................ .................. ..... ....... 428-448


Index of Opportunities....................... ........... .......


449-463











INDEX OF CITIES AND TO NS



S FLORIDA


Apalachicola
Arcadia
Avon Park ,
Bartow
Blountstown
Bonifay
Bradenton
Bristol
Bronson
Brooksville
Bunnell
Bushnell
Chipley
Clearwater.
Cocoa
Coral Gables
Crawfordville
Crestview
Cross City,
Dade City
Dania .
Daytona Beach
DeFuniak Springs
DeLand
Delray Beach
Eustis .
Everglades
Fernandina
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Myers
Ft. Pierce
Gainesville
Green Cove Springs
Haines City
Hialeah
Hollywood
Homestead
Inverness
Jacksonville
Jasper
Key West
Kissimmee
LaBelle
Lake Butler
Lake City
Lakeland
Lake Wales
Lake Worth


Pages
154-136
81 87
159-161
345r350,
36 37
195-197
242-248
239-240
237-238
155-159
.132-134
394-395
426-427
317-325
17.- 21
51 55,
421-422
269-270
87 89
513-316
27,
402-411
422-425-
411-417
299-300
210-215
46
267-269
28 34
224-229
377-380
1 8
43 45
351-352
56 57
35 36
57 58
41 43
89 -121
146-147
262-267
294-299
154
401-402
47 51
353-359
359-362
300-303


Leesburg
Live Oak
Mlt. Dora
Macclenny
Madison
Manatee
Marianna
Mayo
Melbourne
Miami
. Miami Beach
Milton
Monticello
Moore Haven
.Nevt Smyrna
Ocala
Okeechobee
Orlando
Pahokee
Palatka
Palmetto
Panama City
Pensacola
Perry
Plant City
Punta Gorda
Quincy
River Junction
St. Augustine
St. Petersburg
Sanford
Sarasota
Sebring
Starke
Stuart
Tallahassee
Tampa
Tarpon Springs
Titusville
Trenton
Vero Beach
Wauchula
West Palm Beach
Wfewahitchka
Winter Garden
Winter Haven
Winter Park


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216-221
396-398
221-223
9 10
240-242
248-249
200-205
208-210
21 24
59 75
76 80
380-383
206-208
143-144
417-421
251-258
270-272
273-285
304
368-371
249-250
10 15
122-131
399-401
166-170
37 41
136-141
141-142
372-377
326-342
389-394
383-388
161-165
15 17
258-262
229-237
170-195
342-345
25 27
142-143
197-200
147-153
305-313
145-146
285-288
362-368
289-294







viii


STATE AND NATIONAL CLUBS AND OGANIZAT IONS

IN FLORIDA



I. Agricultural Extension Service and 4-H Clubs

Dean TWilmon Newell, Director
University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida
F. D. Spencer, Vice-Director
University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida

Purpose: To advance farm, home, and community life through the
practice of improved agricultural and domestic methods. The
4-H Clubs promote these objectives among girls and boys and en-
courage the development of correct character traits. Girls are
trained in canning, sewing, and other phases of home economics.
Boys are instructed in farming and animal husbandry. Each club
member must carry out a project in farming or home-making.
Young persons from 10 to 21 years of age may join these clubs.
Short courses lasting one week are held annually at the Florida
State College for Women and the University of Florida. Out-
standing members of local. clubs may attend these courses to ob-
tain specialized training in agriculture and home economics.


II. American Association of University Women

Mrs. Bert L. Amess President
Gainesville, Florida

Purpose: To promote fellowship among university women, and to
unite alumnae of various institutions for practical educational
work. The Association stands ready to lend aid, counsel, and
encouragement to all Who desire to fit themselves by a sound
education for the-duties of life. Local Associations provide
loan scholarships for college girls.


III. American Legion

Harry A. Johnston, Department Commander
West Palm Beach* Florida
C. Howard Rowton, Department Adjutant
Box 31, Palatka, Florida

Purpose: To foster patriotism and a sense of justice, freedom,
and democracy and to maintain a spirit of mutual helpfulness.
The Legion supports a Home for Crippled Children at St. Peters-
burg which is open to all children needing orthopedic treat-











ment. It also sponsors recreational activities for boys, in-
cluding baseball teams and junior bands. The Sons of Legion-
naires is a junior organization composed of sons of veterans.
Its purpose is to encourage Americanism and good citizenship
among the younger generation.


IV. American Legion Auxiliary

Mrs. M. G. Gibbs, President
Winter Haven, Florida

Purpose: To spread the principles of justice, freedom, demo-
cracy and loyalty. The Auxiliary does charitable work for
children of needy and disabled veterans. The Junior Auxiliary
is an organization composed of the daughters. of veterans. It
has the same purpose as the Senior Auxiliary.


V. Boy Scouts of America

7. A. Dobson, Regional Executive
Citizens Southern Bank,
Atlanta, Georgia

Purpose: To use the interests and activities common to boys
twelve to eighteen years of age as well as the love of home,
city, camp, and country life as bases for growth in character.
Training in leadership and self-reliance, vocational training,
and recreation are provided. Field meets are held, and summer
camps maintained. Annual registration fee is 50/. Younger
boys, from 9 to 11, may join the Cub Scouts. Boys over 15 may
join the Sea Scouts. An organization of Lone Scouts exists for
boys living in rural areas.


VI. Business and Professional Women's Clubs

Miss Zoe Manning, President
426 Ingleside Ave.,
Tallahassee, Florida

Purpose: To promote the interests of business and professional
women, to train business women for greater efficiency, and to
establish conditions which assure women the fullest possible
opportunities for the development of their talents. State and
local scholarship loan funds are available for girls taking
music, art, teachers 'training, beautician, and secretarial
courses.


VII. Campfire Girls


No state president.









Purpose: To encourage and develop girls of adolescent age for
life in the home, social, and business fields. Training is
given in health* citizenship, camping, naturestudy, business,
home-making, and handicraft. Summer camps are maintained.


VIII. Chamber of Commerce, Florida State

Harold Colee, President
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To develop Florida along the lines of business, na-
tural resources and tourist trades and to foster pride in the
potentialities of the State. Local units provide recreational
facilities and entertainment for their communities. Young per-
sons are given jobs with local business and industrial concerns
whenever possible.


IX. Chamber of Commerce, Junior

Charles Mitchell, President
Vero Beach, Florida

Purpose: To sponsor community development. Local Chambers are
interested in recreational activities and facilities for young
people. Young business men from 18 to 35 years of age may be-
come members.


X. Civilian Conservation Corps

Henry Redkey, Director Department of Transients and
Unattached

McElroy Building,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To improve and protect forest lands, and at the same
time provide employment for needy youth. Unemployed young men
between the ages of 17 and 28 are placed in a national chain of
forest camps. Enrollees receive, in addition to food, cloth-
ing, housing, and medical care $350 a month, $25 of which is
sent to the enrollee's dependents. Enrollment period is six
months. A limited amount of vocational training is given.


XI. Civitan Clubs

Frank Salisbury, Governor, Florida District
404 Hildebrandt Building
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To build good citizens. Essay contests on "Good Cit-
Izenship" are sponsored in the schools. Emphasis is placed on









giving aid and guidance to youth, and on promoting healthful
recreational activities.. Sponsors "National Youth Week" annu-
ally.


XII. Colonial Dames of America

Mrs. W. S. Manning, President
1849 Mallory Street,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To give honor to the founders of the colonies, to
stress patriotic virtues, and to preserve and mark places of
historic interest. The Florida Division offers two loan schol-
arships every year to deserving students.


XIII. Crippled Children's Commission

0. S. Kendrick, M.D., Chairman
Tallahassee, Florida

Purpose: To arrange for treatment of needy crippled children
by local agencies whenever possible, and send crippled children
needing hospitalization to special institutions.


XIV. Daughters of the American Revolution

Mrs. Guy V. Williams, State Regent
520 NW Twelfth Avenue,
Miami, Florida

Purpose: To perpetuate the memory and spirit of our forefath-
ers, to preserve historical spots, and to promote institutions
for the general diffusion of knowledge. The Florida Division
each year sends one girl from the senior class of an accredited
high school to Washington as a reward for good citizenship. It
also supports Montverde School at Montverde, Florida, an occu-
pational school for girls and boys from 14 to 17 years of age.
Individual chapters provide loan scholarships.


XV. DeMolay, Order of

Calvin R. Campbell, Master Counselor-
West Palm Beach, Florida

Purpose: To promote better citizenship, morality, fidelity,
comradeship, reverence, and patriotism among young men. The
DelMolay is an organization of young men between the ages of 16
and 21, sponsored by the Masons. A revolving scholarship fund
for the education of members is maintained.










XVI. Eastern Star, Order of

Mrst Ethel Turner, State Worthy Grand Matron
St. Petersburg, Florida

Purpose: To render aid to needy families, particularly those
of Masons. Some local units furnish scholarships to young peo-
ple who are children of Eastern Star members.


XVII. Education Division, Florida WPA

Paul Eddy, State Director
Roberts Building,
Jacksonville,-Florida'

1. Aviation Ground School

Purpose: To encourage interest in aviation, and give elemeont-
ary instructions to interested youth. Lessons in navigation,
gliding, and model airplane construction- are given free of
charge. .

2. General Education Classes

Purpose: To provide educational opportunities for adults and
youth who are unable to attend public schools. Instruction in
general grammar and high school subjects is given free of
charge.

3. Nursery Schools

Purpose: To give day-time care to children of needy families.
Children between the .ages of 3 and 5 are roared for free of
charge during the day. Lunch is served the children, and in-
struction in health habits, etc. is given. Facilities for play
and rest are provided,

4. Vocational Training Classes

Purpose: To furnish free training to youth in various voca-
_tions. Training is given in commercial subjects, home econo-
mics, and handicraft. Both day-time and evening classes are
held.

XVIII. Elks, Benevolent Protective Order of

Mr. Frank O'Brien, District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler
Jacksonville, Florida
Caspian Hale, District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler
DeLand, Florida







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Purpose: To promote Americanism and to assist in all charita-
ble work. The Harry-Anna Home for Crippled Children at Umatil-
la, Florida, is supported by the Elks. Any crippled child
needing treatment is eligible for.admission. The Antlers is
the junior organization, composed of young men between the ages
of 16 and 21 years.


XIX. Employment Service, Florida State

John C. Emerson, Director
Barnett National Bank Building,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To register all persons eligible for work on govern-
ment projects, and conduct job placement for adults and youth,
who are legal residents of Florida, in private business and
enterprises. Young persons desiring employment either in pub-
lic service or private business may register with this organi-
zation free of charge. 7When jobs are located which fit the re-
quirements of applicants they are notified. .Advice is given to
applicants for jobs as to the type of work they should pursue.


XX. Exchange Club

Louis H. Hill, Jr., President
Tampa, Florida

Purpose: To promote the exchange of ideas among business and
professional men for service to the community and state. Local
Exchange Clubs furnish assistance to underprivileged children
in public schools, and entertain hundreds of needy children at
their annual Sunshine Picnics.


XXI. Four-H Clubs

R. W. Blacklook, Boys' Club Agent
University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida
Miss Flavia Gleason, State Home Demonstration Agent
Tallahassee, Florida

Purpose: (See Agricultural Extension Service)


XXII. Future Farmers of America

E. D. Tyler, Jr., President
Sanford, Florida
J. F. Williams, Jr., Advisor
Tallahassee, Florida










Purpose: To provide training for rural leadership among high
school boys who are taking vocational agriculture. Programs-
consist of contests in the following.departments of rural life:
agriculture, music, public,speaking, athletic and field day
events. Social gatherings for young people which furnish en-
tertainment and recreation are also held. Any student of voca-
tional agriculture may become a member.


XXIII. Garden Clubs, Florida Federation of

Mrs. M. M. Parrish, President
324 Second Avenue,
Gainesville, Florida

Purpose: To promote an interest in gardens, their design and
management, to assist in the protection of trees, shrubs, vrild
flowers and birds, and to encourage a sense of civic beauty.
Young people are organized into Junior Garden Clubs to teach
them the love and conservation of nature.


XXIV. General Extension Division, University of Florida

B. C. Riley, Dean
University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida

Purpose: To extend the advantages of college education to
those who are unable to attend the University of Florida as
resident students. Correspondence courses in high school and
college courses are offered, package libraries, educational
films, etc., are lent, and boys are enrolled in Citizensa Mili-
tary Training Camps. The Extension Division also acts as edu-
cational advisor to the Civilian Conservation Corps and gives
educational aids to youth in these camps.


2XV. Girl Scouts

Miss Catherine Parks, Regional Executive
Atlanta, Georgia

Purpose: To help girls realize the ideals of womanhood as a
preparation for the responsibilities of the home and for ser-
vice to the community. Girls are trained to develop personal
initiative, unselfishness, and a sense of responsibility. They
are encouraged to learn cultural and domestic arts and to love
the great outdoors. Recreation is sponsored. Girls between 10
and 18 years of age may become members. Annual registration
fee is 50g. Young girls, from 8 to 10 years of age, may join
the Brownies.









XXVI.


Health, Florida State Board of


N. A. Baltzell, M.D., President
Marianna, Florida
W. A. McPhaul, M.D., State Health Officer
Jacksonville, Florida

Pur2goe: To promote and guard the public health of Florida
people. It benefits youth by holding a series of community
clinics and giving diphtheria immunizations and hookworm tests
and treatments to school children. It also assists the Crip-
pled Children's Commission in its work.


XXVII. Junior League

No state president.

Purpose: To encourage educational, social, welfare, and artis-
tic development. Local Leagues emphasize welfare work for
children by helping clinics and hospitals with personal service
and money contributions. They also present plays for child-
ren's entertainment.


XXVIII. Kiwvnis Clubs

L. W. Norman, Governor
Gainesvillo, Florida

Purpose: To promote intelligent citizenship, friendly under-
standing of all citizens, service to under-privileged children,
and vocational guidance for boys and girls. A wide program of
health and educational work for youth is carried on by local
clubs. Special emphasis is given to the aid of under-privi-
leged children and the vocational guidance of youth.


XXIX. Knights of Pythias

C. G. Gordan, Grand Chancellor
213 Gary Street,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To care for the needy. Needy members are supported
in their own homes instead of institutions. Several loan
scholarships are in active operation at present. Assists in
State emergencies and disasters.


XXX. Library Association, State

Carl Bohnenberger, President
Jacksonville, Florida










Purpose: To encourage library activities in the State, clear
by discussion general library problems, and promote the public
love of good reading.


XXXI. Lions Clubs

Millard Conklin, President
Daytona Beach, Florida

Purpose: To encourage a spirit of fellowship among members and
work for community betterment. Special work for young people
in local units includes the sponsoring of recreational activi-
ties and caring for defective vision. Free examinations by eye
specialists are arranged and glasses furnished needy young per-
sons.


XXXII. Masons, Free and Accepted'

Jesse C. Clark, Grand Master
Box 521, Pensacola, Florida

Purpose: To promote the welfare of youth educationally, and
care for orphan children. A home for orphaned children of
Masons and Eastern Stars is maintained-at St. Petersburg, Flor-
ida. Some local units furnish scholarships. The Knights Tem-
plar maintain a state-wide educational loan fund to finance the
college education of young men.


XXXIII. National Guard, Florida

Brig.-Gen. Vivian Collins, Adjutant General
State Arsenal,
St. Augustine, Florida

Purpose: To give training in military science, first aid, and
physical development to young men over 18 years of age who can
pass a physical examination. A camping period for the first
two weeks in August is included in the training. The enlist-
ment is for one year, and the guardsmen are paid $1.00 for each
meeting attended. They must serve on active duty in all na-
tional and state emergencies.


XXXIV. National Youth Administration

C. C. Beaty, State Director
Roberts Building,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To furnish school and college aid to deserving stu-
dents and to provide part-time work for needy young people be-
tween the ages of 18 and 25 years,







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XXXV. Naval Reserve

Brig-Gen. Vivian Collins, Adjutant General
State Arsenal,
St. Augustine, Florida

Purpose: To give training in naval tactics and service to
young men over 18 years of age who can pass a physical examina-
tion. A short cruise is included in the training. Those who
enlist must serve an active duty in all national and state e-
mergencies.


XXXVI. Nursery Schools, TVPA

(See Education Division, Florida WPA)


XXXVII. Nurses' Association, Florida State

Ruth E. Mettinger, President
% State Board of Health,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To direct pupil nurses to the proper training schools
and to the proper colleges for public health .nursing.


XXXVIII. Optimist Club

No state president.

Purpose: To have fellowship with other men and to help and
guide boys and young men. Local Clubs provide libraries and
reading nooks for boys, operate free employment services, and
sponsor recreational activities.


XXXIX. Pan-Hellenic Society

No state president.

Purpose: To maintain the college spirit of friendship among
members and promote any movement that has for its purpose the
advancement of education. Scholarship loan funds are made
available by local units for young women.


XL. Parent-Teachers Associations

Mrs. GC. F. Parvin, President
Manatee, Florida






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Purpose: To educate public' opinion as to the educational needs
of childhood .and youth.. Looal Associations ITtRnish underprivi-
leged school children with lunches, clothing, and other essen-
Sials so they may cOqtinue in school. School equipment is pur-
chased and maintained and health examinations are sponsored.


XLI. Pilot Clubs

Mrs. May McCormick Pynchon,. District Governor
111' .. Ashley, Streets
Jacks nvilles Florida

Purpose: To awaken a sense of responsibility. among boys and
S girls and stimulate in them a desire to participate in comnun-
ity activities. Local Clubs render aid' to needy young persons
by giving food, clothing, and educational assistance.


XLII. Pythian Sisters

Mrs. Gertrude Woodward, Grand Chief.
345.S, Lemon Streets,
Bartow, Florida

Purpose: To do welfare work, including the furnishing of nur-
ses to needy sick. Provides college scholarships for girls
and gives cheer to underprivileged children.


XLIII. Recreation Division, Florida WPA

Mrs. Rolla Southworth, Director
Roberts Building,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To secure adequate recreational facilities and pro-
grams in Florida communities, This will result in reduction of
juvenile delinquency, promotion of good health, and the attrac-
tion of winter tourists to the State. This department furnish-
es trained supervision for young people and educates the pub-
lie as to the value of recreational activities.


XLIV. Red Cross, Amerien .

Mr. John Teets, Field Representative
Orlando, Florida

Purpose: To relieve suffering in time of war, to promote a
peace-time program of health and safety measures, and to aid in
time of disaster. The Junior Red Cross is carried on in con-
nection with school work as a moans of teaching good citizen-







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ship and promoting world peace. Elementary and high school
students may enroll in groups through their school. A small
fee is charged for each group enrolled. The Red Cross also
sponsors Life Saving Corps, gives instructions in swindne=aa
first aid, and instructs school girls in home hygiene and care
of the sick. All of these instructions are free of charge.


XLV. Rotary Clubs

Millard Davidson, State President
Marianna, Florida

Purpose: To foster high ethical standards in business, the de-
velopment of acquaintance as an opportunity for service, and
the application of the ideal of service to private and commun-
ity life. A Loan Fund is maintained to aid worthy boys to at-
tend the University of Florida. Local Clubs encourage recrea-
tional and educational enterprises among young persons.


XLVI. Salvation: Army

Major Ernest Higgins, State Officer
21 E. Church Street*
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To render emergency care for homeless men, women, and
children, care for unmarried mothers, and rehabilitate homes,
through religious and character-building programs. It sponsors
Life Saving Scouts and Guards, Sunbeams, and Chums for boys and
girls. The ages for Scouts and Guards are from 11 to 18 years
and for Sunbeams and Chums from 8 to 10 years. There is a
State Home and hospital in Tampa.


XLVII. Tuberculosis and Health Association, Florida

G. B. Knowles, President
Bradenton, Florida
Mrs. May McCormick Pynchon, Executive Secretary
1ll W. Ashley Street,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To promote interest and action in the prevention and
treatment of tuberculosis and other communicable diseases. Ex-
hibits and other educational material are distributed, clinics
held, tuberculin testing given, nursing service maintained, and
hospitalization provided. County Associations perform these
services in counties where they are organized.










XLVIII. United Daughters of the Confederacy


Mrs. R. C. Oliver, President
West Palm Beach, Florida

Purpose: To honor the memory of Confederate Veterans and to
correctly interpret Southern history. It aids the needy and
provides loan scholarships for young persons.


ILIX. Vocational Education, Florida State Board of

W. S. Cawthons Executive Secretary
Tallahassee, Florida

1. Home Economics Education

Boletha Frojen, State Supervisor
Tallahassee, Florida

Purpose: To supervise home economics teachers in the public
schools. These teachers give courses in domestic science and
home making.

2. Civilian Rehabilitation

Claude Andrews, State Supervisor
Tallahassee, Florida

Purpose: To direct the work for crippled and disabled adults
and children. Furnishes training to help the disabled earn
their .living. Also furnishes a limited number of artificial
appliances and gives needy disabled students in colleges books
and other supplies.

35. Agricultural Education

J. F. Williams, Jr., State Supervisor
Tallahassee, Florida

Purpose To supervise the agricultural teachers in the public
schools of the State. The agricultural course has a varied and
useful program for young people.

4. Trade and Industrial Schools

C. 0. Holley, State Supervisor
Tallahassee, Florida

Purpose: To train young people in vocational schools for a
wide range of positions in business and industry.







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L. Vocational Training Classes, WPA

(See Education Division, Florida WPA)


LI. Welfare, State Board of Social

Conrad Van Hyning, Commissioner
Exchange Building,
Jacksonville, Florida

Purpose: To place dependent children in foster homes rather
than in institutions, and to inspect and license institutions
that care for children. This organization is the official en-
rollment agency for the Florida Civilian Conservation Corps.
It advises with NYA and WPA as to eligibility of youth for work
projects, and reports on the financial status of young persons
applying for government educational aid.


LII. Woman's Clubs, Florida Federation of

Mrs. John G. Kellum, President
Tallahassee, Florida

Purpose: To study community problems and needs and to work for
the betterment of the community. Loan scholarships are fur-
nished by state and local units. Local Clubs maintain libra-
ries open to the public, and offer their Clubhouse for the use
of youth organizations and activities.


LIII. Womants Clubs, Florida Federation of Junior

Mrs. Joseph L. Gray, Chairman
Lake City, Florida

Purpose: To render service to community life along the lines
of welfare and civic projects. Membership consists of young
women from 16 to 25 years of age -who are high school graduates.
Social entertainments are given, and many local Clubs aid needy
school children by supplying them with milk, food, and cloth-
ing. These Clubs are sponsored by the Senior Womants Clubs.


LIV. Woodmen of the World

C. C. Collins, Head Counsel
Sanford, Florida
V. P. Miller, State Manager
Lakeland, Florida

Purpose: To do charitable work for destitute members. There










is a Junior Department for young people under 16 years of age.
A tuberculosis home in San Antonio, Texas# is maintained for
members from every state. The women's division (WCoodmen's Cir-
cle) has a home for orphan children in Sherman, Texas, to which
all orphans of members are eligible.


LV. Young Men's Christian Association

Harry P. Hermances President
Miami, Florida
A. Bruce Minear, Associate State Secretary
Y. M. C. A. Building,
Miami, Florida

Purpose: To develop the body, mind, and soul of the growing
boyeA program of individual guidance, recreational and educa-
tional activities, and fellowship is offered. Local Associa-
tions provide low-cost rooms for boys and young men. Swimming
pools and other recreational facilities are available. A job
placement service is conducted free of charge for all boys.
Hi-Y Clubs are sponsored among high school students.


LVI. Young Men's Hebrew Association

No state president.

Purpose: To supply character-building facilities for Jewish
youth. Local Associations provide recreational facilities of
all kinds, educational classes, and social entertainments.


LVII. Young Women's Christian Association

No state president.

Purpose: To provide home-like living places for business girls
and look after their physical, cultural, and spiritual well-
being. Local Associations provide, in addition to low-cost
rooms, recreational facilities, educational classes, and a free
employment service for all girls. Girl Reserve Clubs, open to
girls of high school age, are sponsored.












ALACHI UA COUNTY

GAINESVILLE Population 12,274


Agricultural Extension Sorvico*
Court House


(Vocational) .


Fred L. Craft, County Agricultural Agent.
Mrs. Grace F. Warren, Home Demonstration Agent

(1) Four-H Clubs: (See State-wide Organizations Section of this
Directory and local County Agent or Home Demonstration
Agent.) Meetings are held every two weeks.


(2) Suamer Camp: Camp McQuarrie is maintained
tional Forest for boys. The only charges
about $2 a week.


American Association of University Women*
850 East Magnolia Street


in the Ocala Na-
are for meals,



(Civic & Social)


Mrs. 0. H. Hauptman, President
Mrs. R. J. Broyles, Secretary

(1) Student Loan: A loan fund has been established to assist
Alachua County high school girl graduates to attend college.
Loans up to $50 are made. Apply to Mrs. C. G. Phipps, 1156
Margaret Street.


III. American Legion*
Gainesville Tel. 524-M


(Civic & Social)


Herohel Haynes, Commander
Joe Jenkins, Adjutant..


(1) Scholarship Loan: Contributes"
for loans to sons of Veterans
to local commander.


funds to State organization
for college education. Apply
iA


(2) Junior Organizations: Sponsors Sons of the Legion and Jun-
ior Auxiliary, for sons and daughters, respectively,"of Le-
gionnaires. Also sponsors Boy Scout troop #82 and Junior
Baseball League. Maintains honor society for outstanding
grammar and high school graduates.


IV. American Rescue Workers
Gainesville


(Welfare)


Col. Horace Burton, Superintendent










Alachua County

Gainesville


(1) Under-privileged Youth Aid: Donates food and clothing to
needy young persons. Apply to Col. Horace Burton.


V. Boy Sobuts of America* (Educational)
Gainesville

(I) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of-this Directory and local Scout officials,) There are
bight troops in Gainesville, sponsored by various agencies.


VI. Business and Professional Women's Club* (Civic)
Gainesville

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


VII. Chamber of Commerce,* Junior (Civic)
Gainesville Tel. 700

E. W. Burch, President
Paige Pinnell, Secretary

(1) Recreational Facilities: Sponsors a program of improve-
ments to Gainesville's system of public parks and play-
grounds. Membership is open to all young business men.
Meetings are held 1st and 3rd 'Tuesday of each month at
12:00 A.M., Primrose Grill. Fee, $12,00 a year.


VIII. Chamber of Commerce,* Senior (Civic)
Gainesville Tel. 700

Henry L. Gray, President
Clarence A. Lee, Secretary

(1) Recreation: Assists in organizing and maintaining junior
baseball clubs, free to all boys with baseball ability. A-
wards prizes to youth engaged in 4-H Club work and Boy and
Girl Scout movements.


3X. Clinic, City Health (Health)
Gainesville


Dr. W. Lassiter, City Physician










Alachua County.

Gainesville


(1) Medical Attention: Gives ..advice ...and medical assistance to
needy young persons. For information regarding hours and
regulations apply to the Clinic.


Elks,*Benevolent Protective Order of
Elks Club Tel, 9115

G. Henry Davis, Exalted Ruler
Dr. G. W. Schwalbe, Secretary


(Fraternal)


(1) Student and Charity Loans: Money is loaned to
persons to obtain an education. Apply to G.
Money is loaned to deserving persons for food,
medical supplies.


Florida Farm Colony for Feeble-Minded and Epileptic
Gainesville


worthy young
Henry Davis.
clothing or



(Welfare)


Dr. J. Maxey Dell, Superintendent

(1) Care for Feeble-Minded: Persons are committed to this in-
stitution only after proper petition has been filed with
the judge of the county .inwhich the person resides. Pre-
ference is given women of child-bearing age.


,Future Farmers of America* (Vocational)
* P. K. Yonge Laboratory School

A. W. Tenney, Teacher

(1) Agricultural Training: (See State-wide Organizations Sec-
tion of this Directory and local agricultural teacher.)


Garden Clubs,*Federation of- (Dist. 3)
3283 Seminary Street


(Social & Civic)


Mrs. E. G. Baxter, Director

(1) Junior Garden Club: (See Stato-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local club Directory.)


Girl Scouts of America* (Educational)
Gainesville


XI.


XII.


XIII.


XIV.










Alachua County

Gainesville


(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and ,local Girl Scout officials.)


XV. General Extension Division, University of Florida* (Educational)
Peabody Hall Tel. 1000-11

B. C. Riley, Dean

(1) Academic Instruction: Offers correspondence courses in
high school and college subjects, and provides extension
classes at various locations over the State. Lends educa-
tional films, plays, libraries, etc.

(2) Vocational Training: Enrolls boys in Citizens Military
Training Camps. Provides educational assistance to men in
Civilian Conservation Corps.


XVI. Home for Children, I. 0. 0. F. (Welfare)
Gainesville

Mrs. Marion Wetherbee, Matron

(1) Home for Needy Childrent Educates and cares for orphan
children of members of Independent Order of Odd Fellows or
Rebecca Lodges. Apply to Mrs. Marion Wotherbeo, or to of-
ficers of I. 0. 0. F. and Rebecca Lodges. An educational
loan fund is maintained for children of the Home.


XVII. Hospital, Alachua County (Health)
Gainesville

Miss Gertrude Overstroet, Superintendent

(1) Medical Caroe: Provides for emergency hospitalization for
needy young persons.


XVIII. Kiwanis Club* (Civic)
Gainesville

T. M. Simpson, President
Rev. Don Cooke, Secretary

(1) Vocational Guidance: An effort is made to guide high
school graduates into suitable lines of employment. B. A.
Tolbert, Chairman.









Alachua County

Gainesville


(2)


Underprivileged Child Work: Donates food,
medical supplies to needy young persons,
Chairman.


(S) Contributions: Contributes to Boy Scouts,
other youth organizations.


Library, Carnegie
East University Avenue


clothing, and
Dr. Maxey Dell,


4-H Club, and



(Educational)


Mrs. Mary B. Swinhey, Librarian

(1) Reading Facilities Open' to the public from 9:00 A.M. to
5:30 PyM. daily except Sundays and holidays. Cooperates
with Gainesville Public Schools in supplying students with
reference materials. Free,


Lions Club*
Gainesville


(Civic)


Jess G. Davis, President
E. L. Reams, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club President.) Sponsors Boy
Scout Troop -60.


Museum, Florida State
University of Florida Campus

Thomas Van Hyning, Director


(Educational)


(1) Exhibits: Animal groups, historical relics,
are on display. No admission charged.


Nursery School, WPA
534 North Evans Street


and antiques


(Health & Educational)


Mrs. Estelle Harlan, Head Teacher

(1) Pre-school Training: Children 3 to 5 years of age are
trained and cared for during the day. Apply to Mrs.
Estelle Harlan for information as to hours, etc.


XIX.


XXI.


XXII.


XX.










Alaohua County

Gainesville


XXIII. Parent-Teachers Association*
Gainesville


(Educational)


(1) Student Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local school authorities.)


P. E. 0. Sisterhood
Gainesville

(1) Student Loan:
and Seniors at
to Mrs. Bessie
P. E. 0., 3500


(Fraternal)


A loan fund is maintained to assist Juniors
the Florida State College for Women. Apply
R. Roney, Chairman of Board of Trustees of
Lake Shore Drivei Chicago, Illinois.


Pythian Sisters;* Cresent Temple
428 W. Orange Street


(Fraternal)


Nell Hurst, M. of R. & C.


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local club M. of R. & C.)


Section of


Rotary Club*
Gainesville

Major Garland Powell, President
Dr. G. B. Simmons, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local club President.)


XXVII. School, Elementary .(
East University Avenue

Mrs. H. G. Metoalfe, Principal


XXVIII. School, Gainesville High
West University Avenue


Section of


Educational)


(Educational)


F. W, Bucholz, Principal.

(1) Scope: Regular academic four-year accredited high school
with special departments of commercial education and home
economics.


XXIV.


XXV.


XXVI.


(Civic)










Alachua County

Gainesville


(Educational)


School, P. K. Yonge Laboratory -
Gainesville


G. B. Simmons, Principal

(1) Scope: Kindergarten through high school with special de-
partments of commercial education, home economics, and vo-
cational agriculture.


(Welfare)


XXX. .Social Welfare,* State Board of (Dist. 5)
Gainosville Tel. 1276


Zelma Cason, Senior Visitor

(1) Youth Welfare: Gives food, clothing and medical assistance
to needy young persons after an investigation has qualified
applicants for assistance; also helps youth to secure work.
Apply to Zolma Cason.


Tuberculosis and Health Association*


(Health)


Mrs. J. W. McCollum, President

(1) Tuberculosis Prevention: (See State-wido Organizations
Section of this Directory and local Association President.)


XXXII. University of Florida (2,982 students, 1935-36)
Gainesville Tel. 1000


(Educational)


John J. Tigort, President
Harley Willard Chandler, Registrar
Klein Graham, Business Manager
B. A. Tolbert, Dean of Students

(1) Educational Facilities: Refer to College and University
Section of this Directory, or to the University of Florida
catalogue, for information pertaining to registration,
costs and other student requirements.


XXXIII. Vocational Evening School* (Educational)
P. K. Yonge Laboratory Building


Miss Beatrice T. 01son, Teacher


XXIX.


XXXI.










Alachua County

Gainesville


(1) Home Economics: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local teacher.)


XXXIV. Vocational Training Classes,* WPA


(Educational)


Natalye Smith, Teacher
Kirvy Hathcock, Teacher

(1) Handicraft and Homemaking: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and local teachers.)


Woman's Club,* Senior
Gainesville Tel, 1027-J


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. W. R. Carroll, President
Mrs. Horace Zetrouer, Secretary


(1) Student Loan: Money is loaned to Gainesville
girls to attend the short course in Tallahassee.
plete information apply to Mrs. W. R. Carroll.


XXXVI. Young Men's Christian Association,* Univ. of Fla.
University of Florida (Educational

James E. Johnson, Director

(1) Student Welfare: A recreation center, religious
and guidance are available to students.


XXXV.


4-H Club
For com-




& Social)


services,









COUNTY


MACCLENNY Population 616


(Vocational)


Agricultural Extension .Service*, .:
Court House


M# D. Putch, County Agricultural Agent

(1) Four-H Clubs: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local County Agent.)


erican Legion* (Civic & Social)
Macclenny

Walter Dykes, Post Commander -

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Post Commander.)


y Scouts of America* (Educational)


Macolenny

(1) Youth Developments (See State-wide Organizations
of this Directory and local Scoutmaster.)


Section


(Vocational)


Future Farmers of America*
Macclenny


E. M. Creel, Leader

(1) Agricultural Training: (See State-wide Organizations Sec-
tion of this Directory and local club leader.)


Library, Public (Educational)
Macclenny

(1) Reading Facilities: Apply to library officials for infor-
mation regarding costs and hours.


Lions Club* (Civic)
Macolenny

W. F. Wells, President
L. L. Dugger, Secretary

(1) Milk Fundt Donates $10.00 per month to purchase milk for
undernourished school children.


Am


III.


Bo


VI.


BAK ER










Baker County

Macclenny


(2) Recreational Activities: Apply to club president for in-
formation,


Parent-Teachers Association* (Civic)
Macolenny

Mrs. W. C. Gilbert, President
Miss Nellie Hart, Secretary

(1) Student Welfare: Sponsors Boy Scout Troop #65. Donates
food, clothing, and school supplies to needy students. Ap-
ply to Mrs. W. C. Gilbert for further information.


School, Elementary & High (Educational)
Macolenny

L. L. Dugger, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular accredited elementary and high school with
the special departments of commercial education, vocational
agriculture, and home economics.


Woman's Club,* Senior (Civic & Social)
Macclenny


Mrs. C, L, Hodges, President
Mrs. T. M. Dorman, Secretary


(1) Club House: Provides meeting place for all young people's
social activities.






BAY COUNTY

PANAAM CITY Population 8,701


(Vocational)


Agricultural Extension Service*
Court House Tel. 139-W7


SJohn G. Hentz, County Agricultural Agent -


VII.


VIII.









Bay County.

Panama City


() Four-H Clubs: (See .State-wide .Organizations Section of
this Directory and local County'Agent.)


American Legion,* James R. McKnight Post (Civic & Social)
Panama City Tel. 533-J

L. E. Merriam, Post Conmander
T. M. Hill, Adjutant -

(1) Youth Counseling Service: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this -Directory and local Post Commander.)


American Legion Auxiliary*
Panama City Tel. 533-J


(Civic & Social)


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Auxiliary officials.)


Boy Scouts of America*
Panama City Tel. 139-W


Section of


(Educational)


N. R. Harding,-Scoutmaster ..
John Montgomery, Assistant Scoutmaster

(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Scoutmaster.) Meetings hold
Monday at 7:15 P.M. at First Baptist Church. Local Dues:
5/ a week. -


Business College, Marrow's
412 Levern Avenue Tel. 118


(Educational)


Fleta I. Marrow, Instructor

(1) Commercial Courses: Bookkeeping, typing, shorthand, busi-
ness arithmetic, English, and penmanship. Classes held
five days each week 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M." Cost: $100.00
per course of 10 months. -


Business and Professional Women's Club*
Panama City Tel. 29

Pearl Strickland, President
Rheba Fourhand, Secretary -


(Civic & Social)


III.









Bay County

Panama City


(1) Scholarship Awardt Gives an annual $5.00 award to high
school boy and girl with the best scholastic record. As-
sists in maintaining the public library.


Chamber of Commeroe,* Senior (Civic)
Panama City

A, R. Rogers, President '
W. A. 011iff, Secretary


VII.


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club President.)


Community Chest
Panama City


Section of



(Welfare)


Miss Daisy Williams, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: Coordinates efforts of all welfare groups
to raise money for the benefit' of needy young persons.


Elks,* Benevolent Protective Order of (Fraternal)
Panama City Tel. 1929

Joseph W. Bailey, Exalted Ruler
Casper E. Harris, Secretary

(1) Aid for Crippled Children: Contributes money to the Harry-
Anna Memorial Home for Crippled Children in Umatilla.


Employment Service,* Florida-State (Outpost)
Panama City


(Employment)


H. W. Sperry, Manager

(1) Jobs: (See State-wide Organizations Section of this Direc-
tory and local Manager.)


General Extension Division,* University of Florida (Educational)
Panama City

John G. Hentz, Jr., Teacher

(1) Educational Trainingt Provides education for young persons
by extension classes.


VIII.


XI.









Bay County

Panama City


XII. Gymnasium, Paul Conradi's (Recreational)
Armory Building Tel. 395

Paul Conradi, Instructor

(1) Recreation: Classes in physical culture, wrestling, and
boxing held every Monday, Wedniesday, and Friday from 1:00
to 9:00 P.M. Dues are $1.00,per week or $3.50 per month.


XIII. Hospital, Panama City (Health)
Corner Magnolia Avenue & First Street

Mrs. B. Adams, Manager
J. M. Nixon, Medical Director

(1) Medical Care: Provides for.emergency hospitalization of
needy young persons.


XIV. Kiwanis Club* (Civic)
Panama City Tel. 106

Sam Morgan, President
L. J. Colton, Secretary

(1) Under-privileged Youth Aid: A fund of $250.00 is expended
annually for the following: .Ibod,'clothing, and toys given
to poor children at Christmas; dental and medical services
for needy young persons. Apply to Rev. E. D. McDaniel, Dr.
W. C. Roberts, or Dr. D. M. Adams.


XV. Library, Bay County High School (Educational)
Panama City Tel. 535-W

Miss Bessie Norton, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Open from 8:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. daily
except Saturday and Sunday. Books may be retained one week
without cost. Books in the rental section may be obtained
at the rate of five cents per three days.

(2) Library Training: Training in library work is given 15
students each year. All high school freshmen are given
lessons in the use of the library.


(Military)










Bay County

Panama City


(Military)


National Guard, Florida
Armory Building Tel. 395


Coy C. Rushing, Lieutenant

(1) Military Training: Given from 8:00 to 9:30 P.M. each Tues-
day. Receive training in military science, engineering,
and recreation. Summer camp is held for 15 days each year.


Parent-Teachers Association*
Bay County High School


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. M. A. Coleman, President
Mrs. Pruit Williams, Secretary,

(1) Student Welfare; (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local PTA President.)


XVIII. Pilot Club* (Civic & Social)
Panama City Tel. 153-W


Miss Velma Sutherland, President
Miss Minnie Witherspoon, Secretary


(1) Underprivileged Child Aid: Donates milk to
school children. Provides transportation
children to clinics in Marianna. Apply to
for complete information.


undernourished
for crippled
club President


(Educational)


School, Elementary
Panama City


W. F. Harrison, Jr., Principal

(1) Scope: Regular academic accredited elementary school.


School, High (Educational)
Panama City

W. S. Weavor, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular academic four-year accroditod high school
with special departments of commercial education and homo
economics.


XVI.


XVII.


XIX.


XX.










Bay County

Panama City


School, WPA Opportunity
Armory Building Tel. 395


(Educational)


Ada M. French, Instructor

(1) Commercial Training: Free classes held from 8 AM. to 12
IM. and from 7 to 9:30 P.M. every Monday, Wednesday, Thurs-
day, and Friday. Students must be approved by Advisory
Committee, H. L. Sudduth, Chairman.


XXIII. Woman's Club,* Senior
Panama City Tel. 27-J


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. E. H. Wilkorson, President
Mrs. L. I. Briggs, Secretary


(1) Library Donations: Books are donated to the
High School Library. For information regarding
activities apply to club President.'


BIR AD F 0RD


Bay County
other youth


C OUN T Y


STARKE Population 1,317


Boy Scouts of America,* Troop #70
Starke


(Educational)


E. L. Eatthews, Scoutmaster

(1) 'Youth Development; (See State-wide Organizations Section
of thi Dirooctory and local Scoutmaster.)


XXII,









Bradford County

Starke


II. Chamber of Commerce,* Senior (Civic)
Starke

Col. D. E. Knight, President
C. A. Futch, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Chamber President.)


III. Health Clinic, Bradford County (Health)
Starke Court House

(1) Medical Cares Furnished to needy youths.


IV. Library, Woman's Club (Educational)
Starke

Mrs. H. H. Young, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Apply to Librarian for information.


V. National Guard (Military)

1st Lieut. T. T. Long, Commander

(1) Military Training: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Commander.)


VI. School, Elementary and High (Educational)
Starke

L. A. Gray, Superintendent

(1) Scope: Regular accredited elementary and high school with
special department of commercial education.


VII. United Daughters of the Confederacy* (Civic & Social)
Starke

Mrs. L. A. Davis, Vice-President

(1) Scholarship: Donates annually to college junior or senior
students. Apply to club Vice-President for information.










Bradford County

Starke


Woman's Club,* Senior
Starke


(Civic & Social)


(1) Youth Welfare: '(See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)






BREVARD COUNTY

COCOA Population 2,809


Agricultural Extension Service*
Court House Tel. 261


(Vocational)


Thomas L. Cain, Jr,, County Agriculture Agent
Mrs. Eunice F. Gay, Home Demonstration Agent

(1) Four-H Clubs: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local County Agent or Home Demonstration
Agent.)


American Legion,* Indian River Post #22
Cocoa Tel. 204


(Civic & Social)


James J. Jackson, Post Commander
R. S. Johnson, Adjutant

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Post Commander.)


American Red Cross*
Cocoa Tel. 188


(Welfare)


J. F. MacMillan, Chairman
Mrs. W. H. Bower, Secretary


(1) Swimming and First Aid Training;
ing, swimming and first-aid are
in the Municipal Pool. Apply to


Free classes in life-sav-
held in the summer months
Club Secretary.


VIII.


III.










Brevard County
/
Cocoa


(Educational)


Boy Scouts of America*
Cocoa


Fred G. Humphrys, Chairman


(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Scout Chairman.) Meetings are
held every Monday at 7:30 P.M. at Scout Hall*


Business and Professional Women's Club
Cocoa


(Civic & Social)


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club officials.)


Chamber of Commerce,* Senior
Cocoa

R. L. DeWitt, President
Franklin M. Sawyer, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Chamber President.)


Section of


(Civic)


Section of


Elks4Benevolent Protective Order of
Cocoa Tel. 9108

M. R. Bucklow, Jr., Exalted Ruler
H. A. Thompson, Secretary


(1) Entertainment: Sponsors annual Christmas
candy and toys to children. Gives annual
children in county.


General Extension Division,* University of Florida
Cocoa


(Fraternal)


tree. Donates
party for all



(Educational)


T. L. Cain, Teacher

(1) Educational Facilities: Provides education for young per-
sons by extension classes.


VII.


VIII.










Brevard County

Cocoa


IX. Health Council (Health)
Cocoa

Mrs. Arthur Porcher, Chairman
Mrs. Verne Roberts, Secretary

(1) Mledical-Aid: Gives nursing and medical attention to needy
children. Apply to Chairman.


X. Kiwanis Club* (Civic)
Cocoa Tel. 350

H. G. Brunson, President
R. 0. Nicholls, Secretary.

(1) Underprivileged Child Aid: Donates money- for the purchase
of milk for undernourished school children. Supplies med-
ical and dental attention for needy children endorsed by
the school officials. Sponsors annual Easter Egg Hunt.

(2) Vocational Guidance: Club members give weekly lectures to
youth on the advantages and disadvantages, of various occu-
pations.


XI. Library, Public (Educational)
Cocoa

Mrs. J. L. Patterson, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Hours from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M. Monday, Wed-
nesday and Saturday* Apply to Librarian for information
regarding books available.


XII. Parent-Teachers Association* (Civic)
Cocoa

Mrs. E. W. Smith, President
Mrs. Roy Martin, Secretary

(1) Food, Clothing and Medical Care: Maintains school cafeter-
ia where students are fed at cost. Donates clothing, lun-
ches, medical and dental attention to needy students. Ap-
ply to Association President.










Brevard County

Cocoa


Rotary Club*
Cocoa


William L. Hargrave, President
Dr. J. B. Waller, Secretary


(1) Student Aid: Provides free lunches and books for
school children. Contributes money to Boy Scouts.
to Club President.


(Civic)


needy
Apply


(Educational)


School, Elementary and High
Cocoa


E. B. Henderson, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular accredited elementary and high school with
special departments of commercial education, and home eco-
nomics.


(Welfare)


Social Welfare Board, County Unit
Cocoa Tel. 93


Mrs. Amy J. Tuttle, Visitor

(1) Jobs: Certifies young persons aged 16-25 for participation
in National Youth program.

(2) Summer Camp: Selects girls, aged 16-25, to attend WPA sum-
mer camp at Avon Park. Girls must be relief clients.


(Civic & Social)


Woman's Club*
Cocoa


Mrs. W. C. Page, President
Mrs. W. V. Maxwell, Secretary


(1) Youth Club Sponsors: Sponsors Junior Woman's Club.
sors girls' 4-H Clubs, giving annual scholarship to
standing girl to attend the short course at Florida
College for Women.


Woman's Club,* Junior


Spon-
out-
State


(Civic)


Mrs. J. G. Reveley, President
Mrs. Milton Green, Secretary


XIII.


XIV,


XVI.


XVII.










Brevard County

Cocoa


(1) Under-privileged Youth Aid: Gives annual Christmas party
for needy children. Donates clothing and toys. Club meets
second and fourth Thursdays in Club House.


BREVARD


COUNTY


MELBOURNE Population 2,753


(Educational)


Boy Scouts of America*
Me bourne


(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Scout officials.)


Business and Professional Women's Club*
Melbourne


(Civic & Social)


(1) Youth Welfare:
this Directory


Carpenters Union
Labor Temple


III.


(See State-wide Organizations
and local club officials.)


Section of


(Labor)


Lonnie Ward, President
J. R. Taylor, Secretary

(1) Apprenticeship Training: Persons under 21 years of age are
apprenticed to carpenters and paid according to length of
time worked.


(Civic)


Chamber of Commerce,*.Junior
Melbourne


Appleton Rossetter, President
Russell Hoag, Secretary


(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations
of this Directory and local Chamber President.)


Section










Brevard County

Melbourne


Chamber of Commerce,*..Senior
Flatiron Building

Dr. C. E. Daniels, President
Howard B. Fielding, Secretary


(1) Sponsors of Youth
Scouts, and school
for under-nourished


Movements: Sponsors Boy Scouts, Sea
cafeteria. Plans and furnishes diets
and under-privileged children.


Daughters of the American Revolution*
Melbourne


(Civic & Social)


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


Four-H Club for Girls (2 units) (Vocational)

Mrs. Eunice Gay, Home Demonstration Agent

(1) Home Economics Training: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and Home Demonstration Agent.)


Hospital, Brevard
Melbourne


(Health)


Mrs. Elizabeth G. Jameson, R.N., Superintendent

(1) Medical Care: Provides emergency hospitalization for needy
young persons.


Kiwanis Club*
Melbourne


(Civic)


Rev. Lewis N. Head, President
W. G. Vaughn, Secretary

(1) Dental and Medical Care: Arranges for medical and dental
treatment of needy children, sponsoring an annual clinic
for this purpose. Donates money for food for undernour-
ished children.

(2) Recreation: Sponsors Boy Scouts and Sea Scouts. Sponsors
athletic events.


(Civic)


VI.


VII.


VIII.


I










Brevard.County

Melbourne


X. Library, Public (Educational)
Melbourne

Mrs. Wells, Librarian-

(1) Reading Facilities: Apply to Librarian for hours library
is open and books available.


XI. Painters Union (Labor)
Labor Temple

Ferdinand Schaap, President
Milas G. Moore, Secretary'

(1) Apprenticeship Trainingt Boys between the ages of 16 and
21 are assigned to experienced painters for training. They
are paid according to the length of time served.


XII. Pythian Sisters* (Fraternal)
Melbourne

Martha Shull Box 144

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


XIII. Rotary Club* (Civic)
Melbourne

Jesse Davis, President
Richard A. Lawrence, Secretary

(1) Scholarship Loan: Donates money to the Rotary National Ed-
ucational Fund. Loans are made to any student of good
standing to attend the University df'Florida.

(2) Aid to Crippled Children: Sent to Home in St. Petersburg
for treatment. Donates funds for support of this Home.

(3) Band: Sponsors Juvenile City Band by collections from bus-
iness men.










Brevard County

Melbourne


School, Elementary
Melbourne

Mrs. Irene Christen, Principal

(1) Scopet Regular accredited elementary school.


School, High
Melbourne


(Educational)


(Educational)


L. F. Erckert, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular accredited high school with special depart-
ments of commercial education and home economics.


Woman's Club* (Civic & Social)

Mrs. J. F. Mullins, President
Mrs. C. W. Barrington, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


Woman's Club,* Melbourne Beach (Civic & Social)

Mrs. Lena W. Lamb, President
Mrs. Josephine Joslin, Corresponding Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


XIV.







XV.


XVI.


XVII.









BRE VARD


TITUSVILIE Population 2,360


(Educational)


Boy Scouts of America*
Titusville


R. C. Brady, Scoutmaster

(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations
of this Directory and local Scoutmaster.)


Section


Business and Professional Woman's Club*
Titusville


(Civic & Social)


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide 'Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


Chamber of Commerce*'Senior
Titusville


(Civic)


Frank E. Snell, President
Chas. Holcomb, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and looal Chamber President.)


Four-H Club for Girls (3 units)


(Vocational)


Mrs. Eunice F. Gay, Home Demons brat ion Agent

(1) Home Economics Training: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and county Home Demonstration
Agent.)


Health Department, County
Main Street


(Health)


Dr. Ernest W. Potthoff, Medical Director


(1) Health Clinic: An underprivileged
daily except Sunday from 8:30 A.M.
medicines and medical treatment are


child clinic is open
until 6 P.M. Necessary
furnished free.


Kiwanis Club*
Titusville


(Civic)


II.


III.


COUNTY










Brevard County

Titusville


George E. Ford, President
A. W. Donaldson, Secretary

(1) Youth Aid: Contributes money to the support of Boy Scouts.
Supplies medical and dental treatment for needy children.
Sends.boys to summer, camp. Apply, to club President.


Library, Public
Titusville


(Educational)


Mrs. D. H. Adams, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Apply to Mrs. D. H. Adams,
nation regarding hours and costs.


Nursery School,* WPA
Elementary Bldg.


for infor-


(Educational & Health)


Mrs. Addie B. Wheeler, Teacher

(1) Pre-sohool Instruction:. (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and local Nursery school teach-
er.)


Pythian Sisters*
Titusville


(Fraternal)


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide 'Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


Rotary Club*
Dixie Hotel


(Civic)


J. W. Mueller, President
W. B. Kimble, Secretary

(1) Youth Aid: Contributes money
medical aid. Sends Scouts to
for under-nourished children.


School, Elementary and High
Titusville


XI.


to Boy Scouts.
summer camp and
Apply to J. W.


Provides free
supplies food
Mueller.


(Educational)


VIII.










Brevard County

Titusville


Ellis Moore, Principal

(1) Scope: Accredited elementary and high school with special
departments of commercial education and home economics.


Woman's Club*


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. W. E. Zeigler, President
Mrs. Robert Munnell, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local club President.)


Section of


BROWARD COUNTY

DANIA Population 2,469


Chamber of Commerce,* Senior


(Civic)


E. A. Crudup, President
S. S. Blackweldor, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations- Section of
this Directory and local Chamber President.)


Four-H Club for Girls (2 units)


(Vocational)


Miss Olga M. Kent, Home Demonstration Agent


(1) Homo Economics Training: (See
oction of this Directory and
Agent.)


Stato-wide
local. Homo


Organizations
Demonstration


School, Elementary and High


(Educational)


E. A. Crudup, Principal

(1) Scope: Straight elementary school of 8 grades and 4 year
academic high school with commercial and home economics de-
partments.


xII.


III.










BR 0 ARD


FORT LAUDERDALE Population 9,222


(Vocationai)


Agricultural Extension Service*
Court House


Miss Olga M. Kemp, Home Demonstration Agent

(1) Four-H Club, Girls': (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and county Home Demonstration Agent.)


American Legion* (Civic & Social)
Ft. Lauderdale


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Legion officials.)


Section of


(Recreational)


Athletic Association
Ft. Lauderdale


I. G. Shuman, President
August Burghard, Secretary


(1) Recreation: Sponsors local athletes in State and National
competition. Sponsors playground activities, including
diamond ball, baseball, and swimming. Maintains advisory
committees in track, tennis and golf.


(Educational)


Boy Scouts of America*
Ft. Lauderdale


Scotty Carlisle, Scoutmaster


(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations
of this Directory and local Scoutmaster.)


Section


Business and Professional Women's Club*
Ft. Lauderdale


(Civic & Social)


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


Chamber of Commerce,* Senior (Civic)
Ft. Lauderdale Tel. 1ll


VI.


III.


CO UNTY










Broward County

Ft. lauderdale


J. D. Camp, President
August Brughard, Secretary

(1) Recreation: Constructed and maintains shuffleboard courts
in City Park. Cooperates with Athletic Association in all
activities. Sponsors a brass band.


Daughters of America
Carpenter's Hall, East Broward Blvd.


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. Myrtle Faegan, President
Mrs. Betty Sapp, Secretary

(1) Aid to Needy Youth: Donates about $400 a year to Orphans*
Home. Donates food and clothing to needy young persons and
contributes to Community Chest fund.


Daughters of the American Revolution*
112 Realty Building


(Civic & Social)


.(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local club officials.)


Section of


(Educational)


Education Division of WPA*
Ft. Lauderdale


Miss Olga M. Kent, Chairma-n
Miss Mary Westoott, Secretary

(1) Vocational and General Education; Courses include basket
weaving, furniture making, canning, and many academic sub-
jects. Apply to Miss Olga M. Kent.


(Fraternal)


Elks,*Benevolent Protective Order of
501 South Andrews Ave.


Joe Cunningham, Exalted Ruler
A. L. McMillian, Secretary

(1) Aid to Needy Children: Money is donated to Harry-Anna
Memorial Home for Crippled Children in 'Umatilla. Clothing
and food are given to needy children each Christmas. An-
nual picnic is held in September for all.children.


VII.


VIII.


.X.










Broward County

Ft. Lauderdale


XI. Girl Reserves Club (Branch of Y.W.C.A.) (Educational & Social)
Ft. Lauderdale

Mary Emily Dickey, President
Virginia Makemson, Secretary

(1) Aid for Needy Youth: Solicits donations of food to needy
at Christmas time and assists Salvation Army and American
Red Cross in welfare work.

(2) Entertainment: Presents school plays and services at
Christmas and Easter. Membership in club open to girls
above the ninth grade. Apply to club President.


XII. Health Department, County (Health)
Ft. Lauderdale Tel. 254-J

Dr. Paul G. Shell; Medical Director
Miss M. Humphreys, Secretary

(1) Disease Prevention: Investigates communicable diseases and
advises preventive measures. Vaccinates and immunizes
school children. Carries on health program in schools.


XIII. Hospital, Memorial (Health)
Ft. Lauderdale

Juanita Gentry, Superintendent

(1) Medical Care: Provides emergency hospitalization for needy
young persons*


XIV. Kiwanis Club* (Civic)
Brown's Restaurant Andrews Avenue

Julian Ross, President
Hap Goodwin, Secretary

(1) Financial Aid: Sponsors Boy Scout troop and supplies club-
room. Donates food, clothing, and toys to needy children.

(2) Key Club: This is a junior Kiwanis Club. Membership is
open to high school boys of good moral character. Voca-
tional guidance and job information is stressed. Meetings
are held every Monday noon in the Kindergarten Building.
Dues: 25 a month.










Broward County

Ft. Laudordale


(Educational)


Library, Public
115 SE First Avenue


Dorothy Darrow, Librarian

(1) Reading Facilities: Material for reference, recreational
reading, and educational reading available. Current maga-
zines kept. Reference room for students.


Lions Club* (Civic)
Ft. Lauderdale


Laird Rickard, President
Robert Blakely, Secretary


(1) Medical Care: A fund is maintained to provide hospital
care for poor children needing operations. Apply to wel-
fare committee of Club. Toys are distributed to poor chil-
dren at Christmas.


XVII. P.E.O. Sisterhood (Fraternal)
Ft. Lauderdale

Mrs. Floyd Pyles, President
Miss Dorothy Darrow, Secretary

(1) Scholarship Loan: Open to girls to attend college. Given
on recommendation of faculty or chapter members. Apply to
Chapter President.


XVIII. Pan-Hellenic Society* (Civic & Social)
Ft. Lauderdale

Mrs. Jack Hansen, President
Mrs. J. H. Philpot, Secretary

(1) Aid to Needy Youth: Donates free milk for undernourished
school children. Contributes to Christmas Community Chest
Fund for under-privileged children.

(2) Scholarship Loans: Conbributes money to National Loan Fund
to assist girls in attending college. Provides a $250 loan
scholarship each year to a deserving student for a college
education.. Also sponsors an Honor Society for outstanding
high school students. Apply to Mrs. Jack Hansen.


XV.


XVI.


7










Broward County

Ft. Lauderdale


XIX. Parent-Teachers Association* (Civic)
Ft. Lauderdale

Mrs. R. W. Burch, President, Central Elementary
Mrs. W. W. Setliff, Secretary, Central Elementary
Mrs. R. J. Brown, President, West Side School
Mrs. C. K. Marley, Secretary, West Side School

(1) Student Welfare: Donates food, clothing, and milk to needy
school children. Sponsors annual "summer round up" of
children for vaccination. Provides playground equipment,
books, and Christmas toys.


XX. Red Cross,* American (Welfare)
City Hall

Frank Sterling, Chairman
Mrs. J. Endfield, Secretary

(1) Recreation, First Aid & Hygiene: Supervises public play-
grounds. Conducts a life-saving and first-aid program in
the municipal pool. Gives swimming instruction to all
children. Al Gordon, Supervisor. Gives milk to under-
nourished children. Conducts home hygiene classes. For
complete information apply to Frank Sterling.


XXI. Rotary Club* (Civic)
Presbyterian Social Hall

Dr. 0. C. Brown, President
William M. Ketchin, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: Contributes to city milk fund for under-
nourished children. Supports swimming team and athletic
fields.


XXII, Salvation Army* (Welfare)
21 SW 1st Avenue Tel. 130-J

Charles Johnson, Adjutant
Annie Tustin, Lieutenant

(1) Youth Development: Lessons are given in instrumental mus-
ice Maintains brass band. Membership free to all young









Brovward County

Ft. Lauderdale


persons. Apply to Charles Johnson. Sponsors Girl Guards,
affiliated with the Girl Scouts.


XXIII. School, Central Elementary (Educational)
Ft. Lauderdale

Mrs. Ruth Dichtenaueller, Principal


(Educational)


School, Central High
Ft. Lauderdale


R. L. Goulding, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular accredited high school with special depart-
ments of commercial education, home economics, and music.


School Boy Safety Patrol (Educational)
Ft. Lauderdale Tel. 299


J. Kaiser, Chief of Police


(1) Junior Patrol: Sponsoredby; Ft.
ment for boys 11 to 14 years of
purpose of reducing child traffic


Tuberculosis and Health Association*
708 Sweet Building


Lauderdale Police
age. Organized
deaths.


Depart-
for the


(Health)


Mrs. Leigh F. Robinson, President

(1) Tuberculosis Prevention: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and local Association President.)


XXVII. Woman's Club,* Junor
Woman's Club Building Andrews Avenue


(Civic & Social)


Anna Jane Anderson, President
Maxine Farris, Secretary

(1) Milk Fund: Money is contributed to purchase milk for un-
dernourished children. A special committee investigates
each case. The club meets the first and third Mondays at
the Woman's Club Bldg. Members must be high school gradu-
ates, under 25 years of age. Dues are $1.00 a year.


XXIV.


XXV.


XXVI.









Broward County

Ft. Lauderdale


XXVIII. Woman's Club,*Senior (Civic & Social)
Woman's Club Building Andrews Avenue

Mrs. H. S. Holabird, President
Mrs. R. S. Thompson, Secretary

(1) Student Loans: Two Ft. Lauderdalo high school graduates
each year are loaned .$300 each to attend college. Tho
girls are selected on character and scholastic ability.
Apply to Mrs. R. S. Thompson.

(2) Milk Fund: Donates $25 annually for the purchase of milk
for undernourished school children.


XXIX. Women's Relief Corps (Civic & Social)
Ft. Lauderdale

Mrs. C. C. Ausherman, President
Mrs. Minnie Bellamy, Secretary

(1) Child Welfare: Donates $25 annually to City Milk Fund for
undernourished children. Contributes to Red Cross. Fur-
nishes lunches for school children, and Christmas baskets
for.poor children.









BR WARD CO UNTY

HOLLYWOOD Population 3,355


I. Chamber of Commerce,* Senior (Civic)

R. B. Walker, President
Clyde Elliott, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Chamber President.)


II. Four-H Clubs for Girls (2 units) (Vocational)

Miss Olga M. Kemp, Home Demonstration Agent.

(1) Home Economics Training: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and county Home Demonstration
Agent.)


III. Kiwanis Club* (Civic)

Bayard C. Lukins, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Club Secretary.)


IV. Library, Public (Educational)
Mrs. Charles WV. TenEyck, Librarian

(1).Library Service: See Librarian' in regard to hours, books
available and cost.


V. Playground, Community (Recreational)

(i) Recreation: Facilities for tennis, handball, volley ball,
and shuffleboard.


VI. Rotary Club* (Civic)

C. R. Gilliland, President
F. E. Willis, Secretary

(1) Vocational Guidance: Offers job counseling service to
boys. Apply to C. R. Gilliland.










Broward County

Hollywood


School, Elementary and High


'(Educational)


G. E. Everett, Principal

(1) Scope: Straight elementary school of 8 grades and 4-year
academic high school with special department of home econom-
ics.


Woman's Community Club


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. Blanche W. Hohnborg, President
Mrs. Mark Tulley, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: Apply to Club President for information.






CALH 0UN CO UNTY

BLOUNTSTOMN Population 1,620


Agricultural Extension Service*
Court House


(Vocational)


J. G. Kelley, County Agent
Miss Josephine Nimmo, Home Domonstration Agent


(1) Four-H Clubs:
Directory and
tion Agent.)


(See Stato-wido Organizations Section of this
County Agricultural Agent and Home Domonstra-


Nursery School,* WPA

Mrs. Nina Faurot, Teachor


(1) Pro-School Training: (Soo State-wide
of this Directory and local teacher.)


Rod Cross,* American
Blountstomwn


III.


Organizations Section



(Welfare)


D. F. Stanfill, Chairman


VII.


VIII.










Calhoun County

Blountstown


(1) Underprivileged Youth Aid: Donates food, clothing and medi-
oal attention for emergency care of needy young persons.
Apply to D. F. Stanfill.


School, Calhoun County Elementary and High
Blountstown


(Educational)


C. L. Joyce, Principal

(1) Scop: Regular accredited elementary and high school with
special department of home economics.


Vocational Training Classes,* WPA


(Educational)


Bertha W. Fields, Instructor


(1) Commercial Coursess (See State-wide Organizations
of this Directoryand local instructor.)


Section


Woman's Club*


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. J. ;W. Jones, President
Mrs. J. H. Clendendon, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Club President.)


CHAR LOTTE


COUNTY


PUNTA GORDA Population 1,578


(Vocational)


Agricultural Extension Service*
Court House


N. H. McQueen, County Agent

(1) Four-H Clubs: (See State-wide Organizations Section of this
Directory and County Agent.)


VI.










Charlotto County

Punta Gorda


American Legion Auxiliary*-
Punta Gorda

Mrs. Grover Cleveland, President
Mrs. James McClelland, Secretary


(1) Scholastic Award: Awards medal annually to high
or girl who is judged by the school officials
courage, character and scholarship.


Boy Scouts of.America*
Kings Furniture Store


school boy
to lead in


(Educational)


William C. Persons, Scoutmaster

(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Scoutmaster.) Meetings held
each Thursday at 8:00 P.M. at the Dan Beard Camp. Ini-
tiation fee .50j, local dues 5/ a week.


Chamber of Commerce,*, Senior (Civic)
Punta Gorda

Ferguson Johnson, President
Nell M. Linquist, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Chamber President.)


Kiwanis Club*
Punta Gorda


Section of


(Civic)


W. F. Rigell, President
E. L. Hollady, Secretary

(1) Medical Aid: Free hospitalization, medical attention, and
dental services are given to needy children. Apply to C.
0. Coleman.

(2) Playgrounds: The club finances recreational activities for
children.


Library, Public (Educational)
Punta Gorda


VI.


II* .


(Civic)


III.










Charlotto. County

Punta Gorda


Mrs. Edna L. Harvey, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Apply to Librarian for information re-
garding hours and costs.


VII. Music Class (Educational)
Arcade Dress Shop, Post Office Arcade

Mrs. Kenneth Garret, Teacher

(1) Piano Lossons: Lessons, public and private, with special
summer rates of $12.00 for 80 lessons.


VIII. Nursery School,* WPA (Educational)
Elementary School Bldg.

Miss Ivoy Wilhelm, Teacher

(1) Pre-school Training: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local teacher.)


IX. Parent-Teachers Association* (Civic & Social)
Punta Gorda

Mrs. Frank Rigill, President
Mrs. E. Campbell, Secretary

(1) Under-privileged Youth Aid: IMilk and clothing are given to
needy children selected by the teachers,


X. Recreation Department (Municipal Park Board) (Recreational)
Marian Avenue

(1) Recreational Park: Features of the park include shuffle-
board courts, and a croquet ground. Free to the public.


XI. Rotary Club* (Civic)
Punta Gorda

Daniel F. Gibbons,. President
Tillie I. Kennedy, Secretary

(1) Medical Aid: Noedy school children, selected by the County










Charlotte County

Punta Gorda


Nurse, are given free medical and dental care. Dr. A. L.
Stebbins makes the diagnoses.

(2) Recreation: Contributes to support of football and basket-
ball facilities. Supports Boy Scouts.


School, Elementary (Educational)
Punta Gorda


Jennings Rehwinkel, Principal


(Educational)


School, High, Charlotte County
Punta Gorda


Jennings Rehwinkel, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular accredited high school with special depart-
ments of commercial education, home economics, and music.


School, Primary (Educational)
Punta Gorda


Miss Lucy Ingram, Principal


Swimming Pool, Hotel Charlotte Harbor
Punta Gorda


(Recreational)


Frank Allen, Instructor

(1) Swimming: Children under twelve years of age are charged
ten cents per swim, or $1.25 per month. Persons over
twelve years of age are charged 25/ per swim or $2.00 per
month. Swimming and diving instructions free.


Tennis Courts, Hotel Charlotte Harbor
Punta Gorda


(Recreational)


Frank Allen, Supervisor

(1) Tennis: This court is free to the public during the summer
months. It is restricted to the use of hotel guests during
the winter.


XII* .


XIII.


XIV.


XV.


XVI.









Charlotte County

Punta Gorda


XVII.


Vocational Training Classes,* T11PA (Educational)

Florence Parsens, Instructor

(1) Commercial Courses: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Instructor.)


XVIII. Woman's Club,* Senior (Civic & Social)
Woman's Club Bldg.

Mrs. Roscoe Maxwell, President
Mrs. W. C. Hewett, Secretary

(1) Baby Clinic: Cooperates with County Nurse in conducting a
free clinic for babies during May.

(2) Library: Provides free space for Punta Gorda Library.

(3) Social Center: Club building may be rented by the day for
parties, programs, etc. Rental $3.00 per day.

(4) Junior Girls Club: Membership open to girls of city.





CITRUS COUNTY

INVERNESS Population 981


I. Agricultural Extension Service* (Vocational)
Court House

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Moore, Home Demonstration Agent

(1) Four-H Clubs: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Home Demonstration Agent.)


II. Chamber of Commorce,*Senior (Civic)
Inverness

Miss Sara E. Sweat, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Chamber Secretary.)









.Citrus County

Inverness .


.Kiwanis Club*
Inverness


S. H. Dairs, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club Secretary.)


Section of


(Civic & Social)


Parent-Teachers Association*
Inverness


Mrs. I. D. Wingate, President
Mrs. Stella Love, Secretary

(1) Student Welfare: (See Stato-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Association President.)


School, Elementary (Educational)
Inverness


E. U. Jones, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular accredited elementary school.


(Educational)


School, Citrus County High
Inverness


C. M. Williams, Principal


(1) Scope: Regular accredited
ment of home economics.


high school with special depart-


(Welfare)


Tuberculosis and Health Association*
P.O. Box.365


Miss Anne Thompson,. President,

(1) Tuberculosis Prevention: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Direotory and local Association President.)


Vocational Traininng Classes,* WPA


(Educational)


Helen Baer, Instructor


III.


(Civic)


VII.


VIII.










Citrus County

Inverness


(1) Course in Home Improvement: (Soo Stato-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and local instructor.)


Woman's Club-, Senior
Inverness


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. George W. Schofield, President
Mrs. S. H. Davis, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (see State-wide Organizations
.this Directory and local Club President.)


Section of


CLAY COUNTY

GREEN COVE SPRINGS Population 1,742


Agricultural Extension Service*
Court House


(Vocational)


Miss Beulah Felts, Home Demonstration Agent

(1) Four-H Clubs: (See. State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and county Home Demonstration Agent.)


Chamber of Commercoe, Senior
Green Cove Springs


(Civic)


B. F. Cooper, President
George W. Hulvey, Secrotary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Chamber President.)


Library, Public
Green Cove Springs


(Educatiqnal)


Miss B. D. Baker, Librarian


(1) Library Service: Apply to Miss B. D. Baker for information


III.










Clay County

Green Cove Springs


regarding hours and costs.


(Civic & Social)


Parent-Teachers Association*
Green Cove Springs


Mrs. Ethel Jennings, President
Mrs. J. C. Sapp, Secretary

(1) Student Aid: Maintains a school cafeteria where lunches
are served to students at cost. Donates food and clothes
to needy students. Provides playground equipment and caps
and gowns for graduates.


(Wolfaro)


Rod Cross,*. America
Green Cove Springs Tel. 67


Mrs. Lk C. Fisher, Chairman
Mrs. Pansy Quigley, Secretary

(1) Student Aid: Donates clothing and shoes for needy school
children. Apply to Mrs. L. C. Fisher.


Rotary Club* (Civic)

F. L. Robertson, President
T. L. Rivers, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club President.).


School, Elementary and Clay County High


Section of


(Educational)


C. B. Bowles, Principal

(1) Scope: Straight elementary school of 8 grades and 4 year
academic high school.


School,*Nursery WPA (Educational)
Orange & Walnut Streets


Mrs. Blanche Augier, Head Teacher


VII.


VIII.










Clay County

Green Cove Springs


(1) Pro-school Training: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Head Teacher.)


Social Welfare,* District Board of

Mrs. N. B. Coughlin, Chairman
Miss Furma Douglas, Director


(Wolfaro)


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Board Chairman.)


Village Inprovement Association
Green Cove Springs


Section of


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. A. H. Bell, President
Mrs. Brice Andrews, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: Apply to President for information.


Vocational Training Classes,*.WPA
Green Cove Bank Building


(Educational)


Mrs. R. W. Harris, Instructor

(1) Courses: Classes are offered in shorthand and typing.


IX.


XI.










CO LLIER


EVERGLADES Population 573


(Educational)


Library, Public
Everglades


Mrs. J. B. Rollins, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Apply to Librarian for hours and charges.


Park, Everglades National (Recreational)
Everglades (West entrance)

(1) Recreation: This new national park project of 2,000 square
miles is open to the public during the entire year. Boats
are available for trips within the park from Miami, Ever-
glades, Naples and other towns on the west coast. Air-
planes are available at Miami for flights ovor the entire
project. Information regarding the park and airplane and
boat trips may be obtained from the manager of the Ever-
glados Inn.


Red Cross,* American (Welfare)
Everglades


(1) Youth Welfare: (Soo State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Chapter officials.)


Section of


(Educational)


School, Elementary and High
Everglades


Ernest Bridges, Principal


(1) Sco_ e Regular accredited elementary and high school.


III.


COUNTY










CO LUM B IA C. UN TY

LAKE CITY Population 4,738


I. Agricultural Extension Service* (Vocational)
Court House

Guy Cox, County Agent

(1) Four-H Clubs: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local County Agent.)


II. American Legion Auxiliary* (Civic)

Mrs. J. D. Gable, President
Mrs. Anna Vessels, Secretary

(1) Scholastic. Award: Awards medal to eighth grade boy and
girl outstanding in scholastic achievements.

(2) Junior Club: Sponsors jinior organization which partici-
patos in Memorial Day programs. Dues 50/.


III. Boy Scouts of America* (Educational)
Lake City

E. R. Montgomery, Scoutmaster
W. H. Gaines, Scoutmaster

(1) Youth Dovelopment: (Soo Stato-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Scoutmastor.)


IV. Business & Professional Women's'Club* (Oivic & Social)
Lake City

(1) Student Loans: (Soo Stato-wido Organizations Sectionof
this Directory and local club officials.)


V. Business School,* WPA (Educational)
High School Building:

Miss Rosa Strooty, Teacher

(1) Commercial Courses: Classes are hold each week night from
7:00 to 10:00 P.M. Free of charge.


VI. Chamber of Commerce,*Senior' (Civic)
Lake City










Columbia County

Lake City


C. L. Morrison, President
Mrs. E. C. Calhoun, Secretary

(1) Community Youth Programs: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and local Chamber President.)


Daughters of the American Revolution*
Edward Rutledge Chapter

Mrs. E. F. Montgomery, Regent
Miss Emelyn Patterson, Secretary


(Civic & Social)


(I) Student Loans: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club Regent.)


Elks,*Benevolent Protective Order of'
Lake City Tel. 9105


Section of



(Fraternal)


C. G. Campbell, Exalted Ruler
R. E. Parmeter, Secretary.

(1) Youth Entertainment: Sponsors an annual Christmas troe and
Halloween party for all children of Columbia County.


Future Farmers of America*


(Educational)


J. B. Johnson, Jr., Teacher

(1) Agricultural Training: (See State-wide Organizations Sec-
tion of this Directory and local agricultural teacher.)


Garden Clubj* Junior


(Civic)


Mrs. M. B. Wilder, Chairman


(1) Study of Plant Life: Meetings are held once each month on
Saturday mornings to study plant life. Trees and gardens
are planted. No membership restrictions.


Hospital, Lake Shore (Health)
Lake City


R. B. Harkness, Medical Director


VII.


VIII.


XI.










Columbia County

Lake City


(1) Medical Aid: Provides emergency hospitalization: for needy.
young persons.


XII. Kiwania Club* (Civic)
Lake City

John "Red" Davis, President
B. H. Groover, Secretary

(1) Under-privileged Child Aid.: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and local Club President.)


XIII. Library, Woman's Club (Educational)
Woman's Club Building

Mrs. Mattie Jennings, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Open Tuesdays and Fridays from 300 to
5:30 P.M. Free.


XIV. National Guard,*' Florida (Military)

Capt. E. A. Wright, Commander

(1) Military Training: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local unit commander.)


XV. Nursery School,* WPA (Educational)
Masonic Hall

Mrs. Annie Wright, Teacher

(1) Pre-School Training: Apply to Mrs. Annie Wright for infor-
mation.


XVI. Red Cross,* American JpniA (Welfare)
lake City

Hazel Long, Chairman
Lorena Ferguson, Secretary

(1) Social Service Training: Members make greeting cards and










Columbia County

Lake City


other souvenirs, collect toys and magazines for distribu-
tion, and contribute to welfare funds. Members are grammar
school students. Enrollment fee: 50/ per class-room.
Meetings held once a month.


Rotary Club* (Civic)
Lake City

Milo Thomas, President
George L. Colburn, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Club President.)


XVIII. School, Columbia County Elementary and High (Educational)
Lake City

J. F. Eastham, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular accredited elementary and academic high
school with special departments of commercial education,
home economics and vocational agriculture.


United Daughters of the Confederacy*
Lake City

Mrs. Max Brown, President
Mrs. J. C. Sheffield, Secretary


(1) Student Loans: Money
graduates to attend
fiold.


Woman's Club,* Junior


(Civic & Social)


is loaned to Lake City High School
college. Apply to Mrs. J. C. Shof-


(Civic & Social)


Sarah Cone, Presidont
Anno Niblack, Secretary

(1) Social Entortainment: Sponsors literary programs, art ex-
hibits, theatrical presentations, supervised reading, etc.
Carries on social activities and makes donations to chari-
ty.


XVII.


X3X.


XX.










Columbia County

Lake City


(Civic & Social)


Woman's Club*
Civic Center Bldg.


Mrs. E. A. McColskey, President


(1) Libraryt Maintains a public library,
guidance in reading by a paid librarian.


offering special


(2) Club House: Supplies club rooms for youth activities, so-
cial and civic events.






DADE CO UNTY

CORAL GABLES Population 6,747


American Legion*
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 828-R


Dan C. Squires, Post Commander
George N. Shaw, Adjutant

(1) Community Recreation: Sponsors Boy Scouts
.ball League. Apply to Dan C. Squires.


Boy Scouts of America*
Coral Gables


(Civic & Social)


and Junior Base-


(Educational)


Keith Phillips, Chairman

(1) Youth Develoment: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Scout Chairman.) Meetings held
every Thursday at 7:30 P.M. at Coral Gables Elementary
School. Drill, field, and swimming meets held annually.


III. Business and Professional WIomen's Club*
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 250-W


(Civic & Social)


Margaret Beaten, President


(1) Student Loans: (See State.wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club President.)


Section of


XXI.










Dade County

Coral Gables


(Civic)


Chamber of Commerce,*Junior
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 753-G


J. A. Bliss, President
Karl Sohmitz, Secretary

(1) Business Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and local Chamber President.)


(Civic)


Chamber of Commerco,*Senior
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 675


Hollis Rinehart, Jr., President
Mrs. Alvie S. Lindborg, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this biroctory and local Chamber President.)


Daughters of the American Revolution*
707 Escobar Avenue Tel. Ev. 537-W


Section of


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. George Wood, Regent

(1) Student Loan: A loan of $225 is made annually to one high
school graduate to attend the University of Miami. Apply
to Mrs. Wood. Medals are given to high school students
outstanding in American History and Civics.

(2) Montverde School: (See Stato-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory.)


Kindergarten and First Grade, Ken Castle
110 Sardonia Avo. Tel. Ev. 884-W


(Educational)


Mildred Kennedy, Executive
Ethel Rogers, Secretary

(1) Pre-Sohool Training: Prepares children for first and
second grades of public school. Teaches art, doll-cutting,
blocks, etc. See Mildred Kennedy for hours and fees.


Kindergarten, Opening Buds (Educational)
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 63-W


VII.


VIII.










Dade County

Coral Gables


Mrs. Bruce Jones, Principal

(1) Pre-School Training: Prepares children over 2 years of age
for first grade school work. Classes are held ovory week-
day morning. Foees are $1.OO a week. Moals are served at
slight additional cost.


Kiwanis Club* (Civic)
Coral Gables

J. M. Hoffman, Secretary

(1) Under-privileged Child Aid: (See State-wide Organizations
Section of this Directory and local Club Secretary.)


Library, Public (Educational)
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 9114

Miss Margaret Beaton, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Apply to Miss Margaret Beaton for in-
formation.


(Military)


SNational Guard.*Florida
Coral Gables


Capt. Edmund A. Wright, Commander

(1) Military Training: (See *State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local unit Commander.)


Parent-Teachers Association*
Coral Gables Elementary School


Mrs. Martin F. Avery, President
Mrs. Grant Orr, Soecretary

(1) School Cafetoria: The PTA manages a
students are fed at cost. Needy students
on recommendation of teachers.


(Civic & Social)


school cafetrin,
receive food free


(2) Medical & Dental Aid: Sponsors eye, ear, nose and throat
clinic which is free to students. Provides eye-glasses and
dental work for needy students.


XI.


XII.











Dade County

Coral Gables


Parent-Teachers Association*
Ponce de Leon High School Tel. Ev. 517


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. Eleanor Schuck, President
Mrs. Franklin Ely, Secretary


(1) School Cafeteria:
are fed at cost.
recommendation of


Manages school cafeteria
Needy students receive
teachers.


where students
free food upon


(2) Medical and Dental Aid: Sponsors eye,
throat clinic, free to students. Provides
dental work for needy students.


Parks, Public


ear, nose,
eye-glasses


(Recreational)


(a) Granada Golf Course
997 North Greenway Drive

(b) Salvador Park
Columbus Blvd.

Mrs. Fred Fuller, Supervisor

(1) Recreation: Granada and Salvador parks are under the sup-
ervision of the Department of Public Recreation. Facili-
ties available for tennis, horseshoes, shuffleboard, dia-
mond ball, and volley ball.


School, Coral Gables Elementary (Educational)
Coral Gables


Miss Abigail Gilday, Principal


School, Exmoor
803 Anastasia Ave. Tel. Ev. 322


Mrs. A. B. Hale, Principal

(1) Preparatory School: Apply to Mrs. A. B. Hale for infor-
mation.


School for Girls, Miami (Educational)
Zamora Ave., off Douglas Road


(Educational)


XIII.


XIV.


and
and


XV.


XVI,


XVII.










Dade County

Coral Gables


J. R. Williams, President
H. J. Chapman, Headmaster

(1) Preparatory School: Apply
tion.


to A. J. Chapman


XVIII. School, Ponce de Leon High
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 517


for informa-



(Educational)


H. N. Rath, Principal

(1) Scope: Regular accredited four-year high school with spe-
cial departments of commercial education, home economics,
and vocational agriculture.


School, St. Teresa (Educational)
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 90

Sister Augusta, Principal

(1) Scopes Regular elementary school of 8 grades with 4 years
academic high school, with a special religious training de-
partment,


University of Miami (740 students, 1935-36)
Tel. Ev. 700


(Educational)


Bowman F. Ashe, President
J. F. W. Pearson, Secretary
John T. Holdsworth, Treasurer
Harry H. Provin, Registrar


For further information see COLLEGE DIRECTORY,
of this publication.


Woman's Club*
Coral Gables Tel. Ev. 641-R


in the back


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. Una Lanford, President
Mrs. 0. P. Rogers, Secretary

(1) Youth 'Telfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Club President.)


X1X.


XX.


XXI.










DADE COUNTY

HIALEAH Population 3,168


(Educational)


Boy Scouts of America*
Hialeah


Charles TenByck, Scoutmaster
E. B. Wyatt, Scoutmaster
Mr. Corey, Scoutmaster


(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations
of this Directory and local Scoutmasters.)


Section


(Civic)


Business and Professional Women's Club*
Hialeah


(l) Student Loans: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local club officials.)


Campfire Girls* (Educational)
Cor. E. 3rd Avenue and 8th Street

Mrs. Roebling, Executive

(1) Youth Development: A well-rounded program of recreation,
character development, and educational training is carried
on. Apply to Mrs. Roebling.


Chamber of Commerce,* Senior- (Civic)
Hialeah Tel, Canal 1024-4

C. G. Schumacher, Pr-sident
A. P. Walter, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Chamber President.)


Section of


(Educational)


Library, Woman's Club
Hialeah


Mrs. May Thomas, Librarian


(1) Library Service: Apply to Mrs. May Thomas for information.


II.


III.










Dade County

Hialeoah


School, Hialoah Elomontary & High
Hialeah Tel. Canal 21


(Educational)


B. M. Hindman, Principal

(1) Scope: Accredited elementary and high school with special
department of home economics.


Woman's Club*
Hialeah Tel. Canal 133


(Civic)


Mrs. A. H. Brannon, President
Mrs. Lou A. Wainer, Secretary

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club President.)


Section of


Woman s Club,* Junior
Hialeah


(Civic)


Mrs. 'Wayne Koagle, President
Miss Uanda Blattner, Secretary

(1) Civic Training; Young women are trained to be of service
to their community, and to promote civic interests. Apply
to Mrs. Keagle for information.






DADE 0 0 UNTY

HOMESTEAD Population 3,034


Chamber of Cornerce, Senior
Homestead


(Civic)


Ben Archer, President
Charles G. Turner, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Dirootory and local Chamber President.)


Section of


VI.


VII.


VIII,










Dade County

Homestead


(Vocational)


Future Farmers of America*
Homestead


G. N. Wakefield, Teacher

(1) Agricultural Training: (See State-wide Organizations Sec-
tion of this Directory and local Agricultural Teacher.)


Hospital, Post-Graduate (Health)
Homestead

Mrs. Wf. I. Fiske, Superintendent

(1) Medical Aid: Equipped to render emergency hospitalization
to all needy young persons.


Library, Municipal (Educational)
Homestead

Mrs. L. L. Bow, Librarian

(1) Library Service: Apply to Mrs. L. L. Bow for information.


Lions Club* (Civic)
Homestead

Joe Hickson, President
Charles Ooley, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club President.)


Rotary Club*
Homestead


Dr. H. S. Wolfe, President
George Frick, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide- Organizations
this Directory and local Club President.)


Section of


(Civic)


Section of


III.










DADE COUNTY

MIAMI Population 127,600


I. Aero Club (Educational)
Aviation Building, Coconut Grove T6l. 3-2656

Arthur E. Curtis,'President
C. D. Van Orsvale, Jr., Secretary

(1) Aviation Training: To educate young persons in the pro-
gress of aviation and to encourage them to adopt aviation
as a vocation. Apply to Arthur E. Curtis for information

(2) Youth Awards: Prizes to high school and college students
are given annually for the best essay on aviat-ion.


II. Agricultural Extension Service* (Vocational)
Court House, Tel. 2-2952 & 2-4888

C. H. Steffani, County Agricultural Agent
Miss Pansy Norton, Home Demonstration Agent

(1) Four-H Clubs: (See State-wide Organizations Section .of
this Directory and County Agricultural and Home Doemonstra-
tion Agents.)


III. American Association of University Women* (Civic & Social)
511 Cadima St. Coral Gables Evergreen 192-W

Miss Millicent E.'Mattocks, President
Miss Julia Rhodus, Secretary

(1) Scholarship: Apply to Miss Millicent E. Mattocks for in-
formation.


IV. American Children's Home (Welfare)
2900 SW 17th St. Tel. 2-0144

Mrs. laurel S. Bush, Superintendent

(1) Child Care: Offerstemporary institutional care for ohil-
dren from the ages of 3 to 14 years. Dependent children
are boarded by parents, private agencies, and Juvenile
Court.


V. American Legion* (Civic & Social)
American Legion Home NE 64th St. & Bay Tel. Edgewater 1258










Dade County

Miami


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Legion officials.)


American Legion Auxiliary* (Civ
Legion Home, McFarland Road, Cocoanut Grove


Section'of


io & Social)


Mrs. A. T. Buzzell, President
Mrs. Erling Ayars, Secretary

(1) Medical Aid: Donates money for medical attention to needy
children.


(2) Jobs: Cooperates with Miami Juvenile Court
employment for young persons.


Aquarium and Marino museum
Foot.of NE 5th St. Tel. 2-5372

(1) Marine Exhibits:~ Admission
dron 10 conts.


in obtaining



(Educational)


for adults is 25 cents,


Associated Catholic Charities
326 Old Post Office Bldg. Tol. 2-4479

Thomas Tangorman, Executive Socrotary


chil-


(Wo lfaro)


(1) Under-privileged Youth Aid:
information.


Aviation Ground School,* WPA
Wallace S. Building


Apply to Thomas Tangerman for


(Educational)


Leslie Salsbury, Chief Instructor
David E. Yeoman, Assistant

(1) Classes: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 8 P.M.
in the Wallace S. Building. Apply to Leslie Salsbury.


Baby Milk Fund
Dade County Court House, 8th Floor Tel. 3-1181

Miss Maud Christian, Executive Secretary


(Yelfare)


VI.


VII.


VIII.










Dade County

Miami


(1) Under-privileged Child Aid:, Apply to Miss Maud Christian
for information.


XI. Boy Scouts of America* (Educational)
Dade County Court House -.Tel. 2-3455 -

A. S. MIvFarlane, Scout Executive
Miss Elizabeth Swain, Secretary

(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Scout Executive.)

(2) Annual Scout Camp held every year in Brevard, N. C. Cost
$60 for a month, including transportation.

(3) Swimming Moot held once a'year at Venetian Pools, Coral
Gables,.Florida, in Septombor.

(4) B'oy Scout Diamond Ball Loaguo held once a year at Moore
p.ark


XII. Business and Profossional "iomon's Club* (Civic & Social)
Miami Tol. 2-4188

Mrs.' Inoz Hondorson, President

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Club President.)


XIII. Business College, Miami (Educational)
First St. and South Miami Avenue Tel. 2-3801

Daniel E. Keels, President

(1) Commercial Training: Apply to Mr, Kools for information.


XIV. Business Science, Walsh School of (Educational)
216 NE 2nd Avenue Tol. 2-1667

(1) Commorcial Training: Apply to School for information con-
corning foos and subjects taught.


XV. Business University, Southern Brothers (Educational)










Dade County

Miami


Security Bldg. Tel. 2-2320


Lee P. Southern, President

(1) Commercial Training: All business courses taught. Fees
are $25 a month for six-month course. Placement bureau
free to graduates.


Chamber of Commerce,*Junior (Civic)
36-NE 2nd St. Tel. 2-9057

W. L. Dickson, President
Ed Grout, Secretary


(1) Businesi
Section
Meeting
Bisoaynm


3 Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
of this Directory and local .Chamber President.)
3 held 6:30 P.M. each Tuesday at University Club in
3 Building. Dues: $6.00 per year.


(2) Junior Patrol: Sponsors School Boys' Safety Patrol, award-
ing prizes to outstanding members.


Chamber of Commerce,*Senior
Old Post Office Annex 57 NE 1st St. Tel. 3-3683


(Civic)


C. D. Leffler, President
Caroline Duncan, Acting Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Chamber President.)


XVIII. Charities, City
Dade County Court House Tel. 3-1181


Section of


(Welfare)


Mrs. Cora Bain, Executive Secretary


(1) Under-privileged Child Aid: Apply to Mrs. Bain
nation.


for infor-


(Welfare)


Charities, County .
Dade County Court House Tel, 3-1181


Mrs. Nellio A. Bush, Executive Secretary

(1) Undor-privileged Child Aid: Apply to Mrs. Nellie A. Bush
for information.


XVI.


XVII.


XIX.












Miami


Children's Home Socioty of Florida*-
(Southorn. Branch Rocoiving Home)
809 IN 14th Stroeet Tel. 2-0722



Miss Minna Robortson, District Superintendent
Mrs. L. A. Musgravo, Matron

(1) Child Care: This is a state-wide, hon-sectarian,
placing agency. Apply to Miss Robortson, 416
National Bank Building.


Civitan Club*
827 Soybold Building Tol. 3-2715


(Welfare)


child-
Florida



(C ivic)


Georgo C. Simpson, Prosident
John B. Keena, Secretary

(1) Child Welfare: Originators of the Sunbeams and Shadows
radio program heard each Sunday night over Station WQAM.
'Civitan members broadcast information -concerning needy
Miami boys and girls, and superintend the distribution of
food, clothing and shoes donated by listeners.


(2) School Awards: Prizes
contest held annually. -


are awarded in a high school essay


Clinics, City
Dade County Court House Tel. 3-1181


Miss Jean Waldron, Supervisor

(1) Medical Aid:. Apply to Miss WTaldron for information.


XXIII. Daughters of the American Revolution*
Hiami


(Civic & Social)


(1) Student Loanst -(See 'State-wide Organizations
his 'Directory and local Club officials.)


Elks,*Benevolent Protective Order of
9 NE 3rd Avenue Tel. 2-3015


Section of


(Fraternal)


Roy E. Norcross, Secretary


XX.


XXI.


XXII.


(Health)


XXIV.










Dade County

Miami


(1) Child Welfare: Members submit names and information re-
garding needy young persons. An investigation committee
recommends what course of action will be followed in do-
nating food, clothing and medicines.

(2) Junior Elks: Social club for young boys. Meetings are
held at the club house Mondays at'8 P.M. Dues are $3.00 a
year.


Employment Service,* Florida State' (Employment)
Old Post Office Annex Tel. 2-6197


S. Bobo Dean, Manager


(1) Jobs: (See Stato-wide Organizations
tory and local Office Uanager.)


Future Farmers of America*
P. 0. Box 157, Lemon City Station Tel.


Section of this Direc-


Edg. 1369


(Vocational)


S. C. Means, Teacher
FP. L. Northrup, Teacher

(1) Agricultural Training: (See State-wide Organizations Sec-
tion of this Directory and local agricultural teachers.)


XXVII. Garden Clubsj Florida Federation of
329 NE 56th St. Tel. Edgewater 1202-J


(Civic & Social)


Miss M. J. Bennett, Director


(1) Beautification: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Club Director.)


Section of


(Educational)


XXVIII. Girl Scouts*
1401 NE 2nd Avenue Tel. 2-4636


Mrs. Eleanor Shuckh Commissioner
Dorothy Donnell, Local Director

(1) Youth Development: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Girl Scout Commissioner.)


XXV.


XXVI.











Dade County

Miami


XXIX. Health Department, City (Health)
Dade County Court House, Room if910 Tel. 3-1181

Dr. George M. MaoDonnell, Medical Director
Mrs. Dorothy Phelps, Secretary

(1) Medical Aid: Health Department services are free to all
needy young persons who apply. Medical aid is given free
to all youth who cannotafford a-private physician*


XXX. Helen Dougherty Milk Fund (Welfare)
Miami

(1) Under-privileged Child Aidv Apply to Mrs. Cora Bain, Exe-
cutive Secretary of City Charities, Dade County Court
House, for information.


XXXI. Hospitals (Health)
Miami

(a) Biltmore Hospital (See Edgewater lHospital)
Laura M. Hobbs, Medical Superintendent

(b) Dade County Hospital (Kendall)
Dr. M. Jay Flipse, Medical Director
Tel. Edgewater 1560 (Home)
3-3164 (Office)
Miss Freda Walters, Superintendent

(c) Jambes M. Jackson Memorial Hospital
1000 NW 17th St. Tel. 2-5131
Robert C. Woodward, Medical Superintendent

(d) Miami Retreat Hospital
Charles A. Reed, Superintendent

(e) Miami Riverside Hospital
1450 SW 7th St. Tel. 2-8475

.(f) Victoria Hospital
925 W-1 3rd St. Tel. 2-4123
Miss hary E. Parrish, Superintendent

(g) Edgewater Hospital
162 NE 49th St. Tel. Edgewater 1553










Dade County

Miami


(1) These hospitals are equipped to supply emergency hospitali-
zation for needy young persons.


XXXII. Inter-American Union


(Educational)


B. Howard Brown, President
Victor P. Griley,.Secretary

(1) Pan-American Affairs: Round table discussions on Pan-Amer-
ican affairs are held twice monthly, open to interested
youth. See Club Secretary for time and place of meetings.


XXXIII. Jewish Welfare Bureau (Welfare)
325 Old Post Office BldS. Tel. 2-3716

Mrs. Sadie Rose, Secretary


(1) Youth Welfare: Apply to Mrs. Rose for information.


XXXIV. Junior League*
Miami Tel. Evergreen 1452-W

Mrs. Hollis Rinehart, Jr., Prosident


(1) Youth Welfare:. (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local'League Presideft.)


Juvenile Court
Dade County Court House, Fifth Floor Tel. 3-1181


(Civic & Social)


Section of



(Welfare)


Walter H. Beckham, Judge
Paul W. Martens, Probation Officer

(1) Jobs: Aid is'given young people up to 17 years of age in
securing jobs through radio broadcasts. Apply to Judge
Beckham.

(2) Youth Guidanoe: A Big Brothers and Big Sisters Club and
sponsored to help with young girls' and boys' problems. A
Boys' Club is also sponsored. A Parental Advisory Bureau
meets once a month'on Mondays at 7:45 P.M. to discuss child
problems.

(3) Under-privileged Child Aid: Clothing is secured annually
for needy youth. A library is available for the under-pri-
vileged.


XXXV.










Dade County

Miami


XXXVI. Kiwanis Club*- (Civic)
201 McAllister Hotel Tel. 2-8247

Dr. James V. Johnson, President
Charles F. Cushman, Secretary

(1) Vocational Guidance: Sponsors weekly vocational classes in
all Miami junior high schools. A Kiwanian addresses the
classes on the choice of a suitable vocation.


XXXVII. Libraries and Reading Rooms (Educational)

(a) Coconut Grove Library,'2873 McFarland Road

(b) Flagler Memorial Library, Woman's Club,
1737 North Bayshore Drive

(c) Law Library, Bisoayne Building
19 W. FlaglerlSt.

(d) law Library, Ingraham Building
25 SfT 2nd Avenue

(e) Lemon City Public 'Library
412 NE 6lst Street

(f) Riverside Woman's Club Library'
1170 I l11th Street

(g) Pan-American Library and Research Center
Old Post office Building

(1) Library Services: Apply to libraries for information con-
cerning hours open and costs.


XXXVIII. Lions Club* (Civic)
Security Building Tel. 2-2703

Dr. A. W*. W6od, President
.Ben Kincaid, Secretary

(1) Youth fWolfaro: Cooperates with Juvenile Court. Aids in
buying school books. Gives dental aid. Assists in school
programs. Apply to Dr. Wood.









Dade County

Miami


XXXIX. Military Academy, Miami (Educational)
Biscayne Bay & Boulevard at 106th St.

Col. J. R. Williams, President

(1) Preparatory School: Apply to Military Academy for cata-
logue containing school term, tuition and admission infor-
mation.


XL, National Guard,* Florida (Military)
Armory

Capt. B. B. Acree, Commander

(1) Military Training: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Commander.)


XLI. National Youth Administration*, District 3 (Employment)
Burdine-Quarterman Building Tel. 2-2723

B. Howard Brown, District Supervisor

(1) Educational Student Aid: Small cash assistance of $6 to
$15 a month for students between the ages of 16 and 25.

(a) High School Students; Jobs are furnished to high
school students from relief families so that they may
remain in school. Apply to principal of the high
school for this aid.

(b) College: Part-time employment is furnished to needy
college students so that they might partially finance
their college education. Apply to the president of the
college.

(2) Jobs: Employment is furnished to youths of certified re-
lief families on work projects suited to their abilities
and needs. Wages paid-vary from $12 to $25 a month in Dade
County. Youths must be between 18 and 25 years of age.

(3) Job Information: Vocational' information is furnished to
young persons free of charge.

(4) Recreation: The organization encourages extension of con-
structive leisuro-time activities and furnishes information
as to the whereabouts of such activities in the community.










Dade .County

Miami


XLII. Nursery, Day, Women's Relief Association (Educational)
27 W. llth Street

Miss Sadie Kolb, President

(1) Day Nurserys Cares for children under 6 years of age of
working mothers. Gives temporary full time care when ne-
cessary.


XLIII. Naval Reserve* (Naval)
Miami

Lt. Comm. W. H, Green

(1) Naval Training: Apply to Lt. Comm. Green for information.


XLIV. Nurses Training School (Educational)
James H. Jackson Memorial Hospital Tel. 2-5131

Dr. R. C. Woodard, Superintendent
Miss Evelyn Wilbur, Secretary

(1) Hospital Training: Classes are organized in February and
September of each year. Accepted trainees must be high
school graduates, in good health, of good moral character,
and supplied with references. No salary is paid for the
three-year training course, at the end of which time each
graduate becomes a registered nurse.


XLV. Nursing Service, City (Health)
Dade County Court House Tel. 3-1181

'Miss Mary Fraser, Superintendent

(1) Medical Aid: Apply to Miss Fraser for information.


XLVI. Optimists Club* (Civic)
274 INE 79th St. Tel. Edge, 1176

l. G. Van Orsdale, President
J. Io Olson, Secretary

(1) Junior Club: Composed of boys from ages 16 to 25. Meets
evory Friday night at Judge Oppenborn's office on NE 2nd
Avenue and 40th Street. Duos 10 month.










Dade County

Mima i


(Civic & Social)


XLVII. Pan-Hellenic Society*
Miami


(1) Scholarship: (See State-wide Organizations Section of this
Directory and local Society officials.)


XLVIII, Parent-Teachers Association*
Miami 276 NW 2nd St. Tel. 2-6680


(Civic & Social)


Mrs. J. A. Austin, County Council President

(1) Student Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local County Council President.)


Pilot Club* (Civic & Social)
Vonetian Arcade

Mrs. Louise Hollis, President
Mrs. Mildred Rodgers, Secretary

(1) Beautification: Encourages boys and girls in beautifica-
tion work and in the organization of garden clubs. Donates
food and clothing to needy families.


Pythian Sisters* (Fraternal)
P. 0, Box 144

(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Club officials.)


Recreation Department (Recreational)
Dade County Court House, Room 8100 Tel. 3-1181

Ernest Seiler, Director
Miss Mary Hickey, Secretary

(1) Play Areas: Moore Park, NW 7th Ave. & 36th St.; Miami
Field, NW 3rd St. & 16th Ave.; LuEmus Park, NW 3rd Ave. &
2nd St.; Douglas Park, Douglas Road & Lejune St.; Henderson
Park, NW 2nd St. & 9th Ave.; Highland'Park, NW 8th Ave. &
18th St.

(2) Tennis Courts: The majority of Miami tennis courts are
free to the public. Flamingo, Henderson and Moore Parks


XLIX.









Dade County

Miami


courts are 10 cents per hour per player during the day, and
50 cents per hour per court at nights


LII. Red Cross,*. American (Welfare)
Dade County Court House, Room #1105 Teli 2-5785

A. Jj Berres, Exedutive Director
Mrs, Laura Rogersi Home Service Secretary

(1) First Aid &'Life Saving Classesi Conducts summer life say-
ing classes. Apply to A. J. Berres.


LIII* Rotary Club* (Civic)
-Miami

A. L. Reynolds, President
A. W. Eisenmayer, Jr., Secretary- Tel. 3-1588

(1) Youth Benefits: (See State-wide Organizations Section of
this Directory and local Club President.&)


LIV. Salvation Army* (Welfare)
49 1W 5th Street- Tel. 3-3071

Mrs. G. A. Stephen, Adjutant
Mrs. Ethel Mulbarger, Relief Secretary

(1) Youth VWelfare: Provides a temporary residence for home-
less young persons,. Distributes food and clothing to
needy.

(2) Jobs: Maintains'a free employment bureau for youth*


LV.. School, Aiken Open Air' (Educational)
Fifth Avenue and Bay Street, NE

(1) Educational Training: Apply to school'officials for infor-
mation.


LVI. School,. Cushman (Educational)
Biscayne Blvd. at 60th St. Tel. Edge..1380 Edge. 1274-W

(i) Educational Training: Apply to the school for catalogue
containing admission and tuition information.










Dade County


School, Mie. Edna La France Beauty
41 NE 1st Ave. Tel. 2-8721


(Vocational)


S Mine. Edna La'France, Instructor


(l) Beauty Course: A complete course) including
ing and shop management, is given for $150.
are from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.


LVIII. School, Pohl Beauty
235 NE 1st St. Tel. 2-7814


office train-
Class hours


.(Vocational)


Mrs. Bertha H. Pohl, Instructor


(1) Beauty Coursest Students may enroll at any time
six-months training period. Students must be over
of age. Charges are $135 cash or $150 on time for
course,


for the
16 years
complete


Schools, Public, Elementary
Miami


Name of School

Allapattah
Buena Vista
Central
Comstock
Earlington Heights
Gladeview
Highland Park
Miami Edison
Miami Shores
Miramar
Morningside
Orange Glade
Orchard Villa
Riverside
Santa Clara
Shadowlawn
Shenandoah
Silver Bluff
South Miami
Southside
West Little River.


Principal


(Educational)


Special Depts.


A. C. Alleshouse
Miss Hazel Weatherly
J. A. YWheeler
Mrs. Vera A. Pearson
Miss Gertrude Shaffner
Mrs. Rose 7Williamson
Miss Lorraine Garfunkel
D. D. Davis
0. C. Webb
Mrs. Mary Franklin
Mrs. Wilda F. Faust
R. H. Terry
Mrs. Alice W. Crawford
Mrs. Elsie Delaney
Miss Olga Benson
Mrs. Florence Goldsworthy
Mrs. Grace D. Provin
Miss Verna Merritt
Frank Sandhammer
Miss Laura Leenhouts
C. E. Bartholomew


Kindergarten


Kindergarten




Kindergarten



Kindergarten
Kindergarten
Kindergarten
Kindergarten
Kindergarten


LVII.


LIX.












Miami


Schools, Public, Elementary & .High
Miami


Name of School


Citrus Grove
Kinlook
Little River
Miami Edison

William Jennings Bryan


Miss Claribel Cason
Miss Lulu Cadle
W. W. Matthews
D. D. Davis

F. W. Lane


. (Educational)


Special Depts.

Art, Home Econ.

Home Econ*
Agri., Art, Hom
Econ.
Home Econ.


Schools, Public, High (Educational)
Miami


Name of School

Ada Merritt
Andrew Jackson
Miami Edison

Miami Senior

Robert E. Lee
Shenandoah


Social Welfare,* State
31 NE lst St.


Principal

A. L. Isaac
A. C. Alleshouse
J. G. Fisher

W. R. Thomas

Mattie Mack Jones
Miss Alice MacVicar


Board tf (Dist. 9)


Special Depts.

Home Econ.
Art, Home Econ.
Comm., Art, Agri.,
Home Eoon.
Comm. Art,' Home
Econ.
Home Econ.
Art# Home Econ.


(Welfare)


Samuel C. Barco, Chairman
Miss Elizabeth Cooley, Director


(1) Youth Welfare: (See State-wide Organizations
this Directory and local Welfare Director.)


IXIII. Southern Cross Observatory
Southeast 6th St.& Brickell Ave.


Section of


(Educational)


(1) Astronomical Study: Free telescope observation and infor-
mation for visitors.


Trade and Industrial School*
275 NW 2nd St. Tel. 2-4221

Charles C. Stokes, Director


(Educational)


LXI.


IXII.


IXIVo










Dade County

Miami


(1) Vocational Education: Apply to Mr. Stokes, for information
regarding hours and subjects taught.


IXV. Tuberculosis Association;* Dade County (Health)
415 Florida National Bank Bldg.

Mrs. Edward B. Quinan, Executive Secretary

(1) Medical Aid: Apply to Mrs. Quinan for information.


LXVI. Vocational Training Classes.'* WPA (Educational)
Old Post Office Bldg. 219 NE 14th St.

Emma Reed, Instructor
Marcha McCoy Jones, Instructor

(1) Handicriaft Training: (See State-wide Organizations Section
of this Directory and local Instructors.)


IXVII. Vocational Evening Schools (Educational)
Box 157, Lemon City Station

Mrs. John L. Butts, Principal

(1) Home Economics: Apply to Mrs. Butts for class hours and
enranico requirements.


IXVIII. Woman's Clubs of Miani* (Civic & Social)

(a) Mercury Club
Mrs. Rosa Adam Burgess, President
Mrs. 0. B. 7White, Secretary

(b) North Miami Club'
Mrs. M. L. Hoiss, President.
Mrs. William Higdon, Secretary

(c) Riverside Club
Mrs. I. A. Bennett, President'
Mrs. E. G. Allen, Secretary

(d) South Miami Club
Mrs. V. Eisfeller; President
Mrs. C. H. Forbes, Secretary




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