• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Copyright
 Front Cover
 Advertising
 Table of Contents
 The architectural profession and...
 Open letter to the Florida...
 1965 FAA membership roster
 Contentment or confusion - the...
 The 1965 legislative program
 1965 FAA membership roster (continued...
 Calendar
 AIA proposes revamping liaison...
 Architects help untangle leases...
 FAA members appointed to national...
 FAA launches survey of Florida...
 Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson to lead...
 Back Cover






Title: Florida architect
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00073793/00129
 Material Information
Title: Florida architect
Series Title: Florida architect.
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: American Institute of Architects -- Florida Association
Florida Association of Architects
Publisher: Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects.
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: March 1965
Frequency: quarterly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Architecture -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 4, no. 3 (July 1954)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1996.
Issuing Body: Official journal of the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects.
Issuing Body: Issued by: Florida Association of Architects of the American Institute of Architects, 1954- ; Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects, <1980->.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00073793
Volume ID: VID00129
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 06827129
lccn - sn 80002445
issn - 0015-3907
 Related Items
Preceded by: Bulletin (Florida Association of Architects)
Succeeded by: Florida/Caribbean architect

Table of Contents
    Copyright
        Copyright
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Advertising
        Page 1
    Table of Contents
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    The architectural profession and government
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
    Open letter to the Florida legislators
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    1965 FAA membership roster
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
    Contentment or confusion - the choice is ours
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
    The 1965 legislative program
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
    1965 FAA membership roster (continued from page 18)
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
    Calendar
        Page 40
        Page 41
    AIA proposes revamping liaison committee system of the building industry
        Page 42
    Architects help untangle leases for buildings
        Page 43
    FAA members appointed to national AIA committees
        Page 44
    FAA launches survey of Florida architectural profession
        Page 45
    Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson to lead AIA convention
        Page 46
    Back Cover
        Page 47
        Page 48
Full Text

W A A Flo


This- publication- is. copyrighted. by- the- Florida.
Association. of. the. American. Institute. of-
Architects- and- is- an- official- journal- of- the-
Association.

Limited permission to. digitize- and make this- electronic-
version available- has- been- granted- by the. Association-
to- the- University- of- Florida- on- behalf- of- the- State-
University- System* of F lorida.

Use- of- this- version- is- restricted- by. United- States-
Copyright- legislation- and- its- fair use- provisions.- Other-
uses- may- be- a vi olati on -of- copyri ght. protect ons.

Requests- for- permissions- should- be- directed to- the-
Florida- Association- of. the. American- Institute. of-
Architects.- Contact- information- is- available- at- the-
Association' sweb site.




OINDImS COPY
the
florida architect
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OFARCHITECTS





1965
Legislative Program




March, 1965


1965 FAA Membership Roster






STRE NSCONA
--ITERNATIONAL. INC. 1000 N.W. 57th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA / TELEPHONE: 666-8555


a subsidiary of, mI ule INDUSTRIES


Tii





l IAM I W IN OW ORP RATION P.O. BOX 48877, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT BRANCH
U "MIAMI, FLORIDA PHONE: AREA CODE 305, 633-9831







74e




Florida Architect
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS

1n 7Ti sase -e--


The Architectural Profession and Government
By William T. Arnett, AIA
Open Letter to the Florida Legislators . .
1965 FAA Membership Roster
Chapters . . . .


Alphabetical Listing .
Contentment or Confusion The C
By Barnard W. Hartman, Jr., A
The 1965 Legislative Program .
State Board Grants 39 Registrations
Calendar .........
AIA Proposes Revamping Liaison Coi
System of the Building Industr
Architects Help Untagle Leases for
FAA Members Appointed to Nationa
FAA Launches Survey of Florida Ar(
Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson to Lead AI
Advertisers' Index ......
FAA OFFICERS 1965
William T. Arnett, President, 2105 N.W. Third Place, Gainesville
James Deen, President Designate-Vice President, 7500 Red Road, South
Forrest R. Coxen, Secretary, 218 Avant Building, Tallahassee
Dana B. Johannes, Treasurer, 410 S. Lincoln Avenue, Clearwater
DIRECTORS
BROWARD COUNTY: William A. Gilroy, George M. Polk; DAYTONA BE
David A. Leete; FLORIDA CENTRAL: Dana B. Johannes, Frank R.
dano, William J. Webber; FLORIDA GULF COAST: Earl J. Draeger, S
R. Wilkinson; FLORIDA NORTH: James T. Lendrum, Jack Moore; FLO
NORTH CENTRAL: Forrest R. Coxen; FLORIDA NORTHWEST: Barnar
Hartman, Jr.; FLORIDA SOUTH: James E. Ferguson, Jr., John O. Grim
Earl M. Starnes; JACKSONVILLE: A. Robert Broadfoot, Jr., Harry E. Burn
Walter B. Schultz; MID-FLORIDA: John B. Langley, Joseph N. Will
PALM BEACH: C. Ellis Duncan, Kenneth Jacobson, Hilliard T. Smith, J
Director, Florida Region American Institute of Architects
Robert H. Levison, 425 South Garden Avenue, Clearwater
Executive Director, Florida Association of Architects
Fotis N. Karousatos, 3730 S.W. 8th Street, Coral Gables

PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE
Roy M. Pooley, Jr., Verner Johnson, Joseph M. Shifalo


. 5

. 8


choice Is Ours . .
IA





mmittee


S. . 11-18
31-32
33-38
21

. 27
. 39
. . 40


y 42
Buildings . . 43
1 AIA Committees ..... 44
chitectural Profession 45
. Convention 46
. 46
THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT, Official Journal of
the Florida Association of Architects of the
American Inisitute of Architects, Inc., is owned
and published by the Association, a Florida
Miami Corporation not for profit. It is published
monthly at the Executive Office of the Asso-
ciation, 3730 S. W. 8th Street, Coral Gables
34, Florida; telephone, 448-7454.
Editorial contributions, including plans and
photographs of architects' work, are welcomed
ut publication cannot be guaranteed. Opinions
ACH: expressed by contributors are not necessarily
Mu- those of the Editor or the Florida Association
idney of Architects. Editorial material may be freely
y reprinted by other official AIA publications,
'RIDA provided full credit is given to the author
d W. and to The FLORIDA ARCHITECT for prior use.
h . Advertisements of products, materials and
ishaw, services adaptable for use in Florida are wel-
S, Jr., come, but mention of names or use of Illns-
liams; trations, of such materials and products in
either editorial or advertising columns does not
Ir. constitute endorsement by the Florida Associ-
ation of Architects. Advertising material must
conform to standards of this publication; and
the right is reserved to reject such material be-
cause of arrangement, copy or Illustrations.
. Controlled circulation postage paid at
Miami, Florida. Single copies, 50 cents; sub-
scription, $5.00 per year; March Roster Issue,
$2.00 .. Printed by McMurray Printers.

FOTIS N. KAROUSATOS
Editor




VOLUME 15

NUMBER 3 76

THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT






























enuin Gni a&....

m tk& Ancint Aukibe&u t Inca


hundreds of years before the white man in-
ed their land, the Peruvian Incas were expert
iitects, their massive stone structures enduring
his day . . The gray hues of stone are
tened for modern tastes in Merry's Peruvian
ly Face Brick (10-933) pictured above. Peru-
SGray is another of the many popular hues
duced by Merry Brothers to enable architects
design with color as well as line.


_/HsMxrj Bnh thr.
B ,,1L ,~,L T,,. ,t
/ 1I14141 4Qni'


lore information, ask the Merry representative who calls on you, or contact the company direct.







for maximum efficiency

...lowest installed cost

specify Borg-Warner ALFOL


the original multi-layer aluminum foil building
with the "air-wall" that snaps into place


Architect, Builder, ALFOL is your an-
swer to the demands today's buildings
place upon insulation. ALFOL cuts heat-
ing costs in winter, cuts air-conditioning
costs in summer and provides year
'round protection against moisture con-
densation, rot and mildew.
ALFOL is fast and easy to apply with the
lowest installed cost and provides those
merchandising extras that sell your
buildings faster. Write now for your
free literature.


insulation


ALFOL Is better 3 ways
A Multiple aluminum foil sheets re-
flect 95% of all radiant heat.
B Reflective air spaces minimize
thermal convection and eliminate
thermal conduction.
C Separate and positive vapor barrier
for permanent protection against
moisture and condensation.


Reflectal Corporation 1000 W. 120th Street. Chicago, Illinois 60643. Code 312/CO 4-7800 SUBSIDIARY OF BORG-WARNER CORPORATION

builder M TM
product s i R


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT








Wttea4e urwm t4e PCeaddeet ,, ,



Architectural Profession


And Government


By WILLIAM T. ARNETT, AIA
President, Florida Association of Architects


This issue of The Florida Architect contains the
Membership Roster of the Florida Association of Archi-
tects of the American Institute of Architects.
The architecture of Florida towns and cities results
from the activities of these architects and their fellow pro-
fessionals who practice here. For architects shape our
buildings and urban spaces, and determine to a large ex-
tent how Floridians will live and work and play and
worship.
This issue of the official journal of the FAA/AIA also
sets forth the 1965 Legislative Program of the Association.
Why should a professional association like the FAA/-
AIA concern itself with legislation?

Legislative Relationships
State legislation of significance to the architectural
profession and to the construction industry, of which the
profession is a vital part, is increasing in frequency. This is
to be expected, because Florida is becoming more urban,
and the problems of cities of all sizes are assuming greater
importance.
Architects-up to their necks in the solution of design
and construction problems of cities and towns-cannot
ignore legislation which profoundly affects their task. For
the problems of cities are the problems of people, and
architects are profoundly concerned with people.
In its approach to legislation, the FAA/AIA attempts
to reflect the views of the profession by analyzing proposed
legislation, deciding what part it favors, what part it op-
poses, and developing its position accordingly. As a pro-
fessional association in the field of architecture, the
FAA/AIA does not concern itself with legislation outside
its professional competence in the field of human environ-
ment.
The involvement of the architectural profession in
government is considerable. Three areas of involvement
deserve special comment: professional education, profes-
sional registration, and professional practice.

Professional Education
It is to government that Florida architects-like many
other professions-look to provide a major portion of pro-
fessional education.
MARCH, 1965


Because the professions themselves are not prepared
to furnish support on the scale required for modem profes-
sional education, this function has of necessity been dele-
gated to the universities. In Florida, the major source of
renewal for the profession of architecture is the School of
Architecture at the University of Florida, established in
1925.
Someone once remarked that the ideal university would
consist of Mark Hopkins seated on one end of a log and
a student on the other. At any rate, these are the basic
ingredients: teachers, students, and buildings.
But in Gainesville one of the basic ingredients is
missing-buildings. It is a disturbing fact about the edu-
cation of architects and related professionals at Gainesville
that-even with the first unit of the new Architecture and
Fine Arts complex in use-four out of every 10 professional
students in the College still have no decent log!
Until the end of 1964, some 550 students in the
College were housed in wooden "temporary" buildings-
campus slums, Roger Sheman used to call them. When
the first new building was occupied in January of this year,
one slum building was torn down, two slum buildings
were assigned to other uses, and four slum buildings are
still in daily use-as overcrowded, unsafe, and unsuitable
for professional students as ever.
Must there always be too little too late? Must there
always be-as in this instance-40 percent too little, 40
years too late? Perhaps it is time the construction industry
stopped being so patient about such matters.

Professional Registration
It is to government that Florida architects-like other
professions-look to provide essential social control over
the use of the title "architect," and the offering of profes-
sional services in architecture.
The regulation of architectural practice in this country
is an application of the police power, the age-old right of
the community to regulate in the interest of public health,
safety, and welfare. In 1915, the same year in which the
Florida Association of Architects was established, the Leg-
islature passed Florida's first architectural registration act.
Like other professional regulatory acts, this law was
(Continued on Page 6)






Architecture and Government...
(Continued from Page 5)

enacted to protect the general public by requiring high
standards of professional competence as a prerequisite to
practice.
Professional status, like all things of high quality, in-
spires counterfeits, one characteristic of which is that dis-
covery always comes too late. Despite individual dislike
of public regulation, social need has always prompted social
control. And this is true in the field of architecture.
No one denies that many buildings are built "without
benefit of clergy," just as no one denies that many babies
are born out of wedlock. This is not the point.
The point is that buildings, like babies, deserve to be
conceived by responsible fathers acting within the legal
framework created by society for the common good.

Professional Practice
It is to government that Florida architects-like similar
professional groups-look to provide the necessary frame-
work of regulatory acts to safeguard public health, safety,
and welfare with respect to man's physical environment.
The adoption and enforcement of regulatory acts gov-


earning construction, environmental health, and urban
development, are a basic function of government. In this
vital area, Florida has lagged behind her sister states.
Building codes, which are among the oldest regulatory
acts of government, are non-existent or virtually so outside
the boundaries of Flornda's larger cities. Yet much of the
growth and development of our state is taking place in
these unregulated areas.
It seems to take disaster like a fire or hurricane to
remind us that we ought to provide a framework of regu-
latory acts to protect public safety and welfare.
A similar case could be made for environmental health,
and for community development. But so long as we place
acquisition of the "fast buck" above the promotion of
public welfare, little will be accomplished.

A Professional Obligation
As a professional society of architects, we ought not
concern ourselves with legislative matters outside our field
of professional competence.
But as professionals in design in the creation of build.
ings and cities, it is our obligation to speak clearly and
forcefully--to take politically controversial stands, if need
be-in all matters which concern public health, safety, and
welfare in the area of man's environment.
To do less would be to fail in our professional duty.


TPITT IT I I
R 0 01 I TILS I 9 ICOLORS FOR ING DECOR


LASTS
.. (--1f- A LIFETIME
.:;U ',, IN ALL KINDS
'/ .. N OF WEATHER

*' Unlike many
"'1 "- ->i other roofs that
lure acceptance thru lower initial cost or
mere superficial beauty, Gory Tile, when prop-
erly applied, creates a roof that will last a life-
time. Underneath the beauty of our Gory Roof
Tiles is the sturdy backbone of Hi-Early Port-


land Cement topped with the best white
cement available and our final Poly-Glaze
finish. The resulting roof tile is one that
doesn't need painting and assures permanent
protection against moisture, mildew and fun-
gus. Check our selection of 90 different colors
and tints in a choice of attractive shapes and
styles for any architectural motif. Remember
to specify the roofing tile that offers beauty,
minimum maintenance and maximum strength
. . Gory Roof Tile!


THE LARGEST AND FINEST MANUFACTURER OF QUALITY TILE IN FLORIDA


GORY ROOFING TILE
GORY INDUSTRIES INC. P.O. BOX 490 135 N.W. 20th ST. BOCA RATON 395-1770
GORY ROOFING TILE MFG., INC. 1773 N. E. 205th ST. NORTH MIAMI 945-7691


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT






4F.t ~


VFC'*1r~ i,


Special natural gas rates for all-year air condi-
tioning, now in effect, were the big breakthrough!
Added to cooling performance proved over many
years...and positive superiority in all phases
of heating... they touched off a statewide trend
to natural gas that's increasing air condition-
ing efficiency and cutting costs all over Florida.


FLORIDA NATURAL GAS ASSOCIATION P.O. BOX 3191, FORT PIERCE, FLA.
Certainly you owe it to yourself to get the facts.
Contact your natural gas utility for details. Soon!
MARCH, 1965 7


COSTS

LEbb-









Ope#e detter to 74e 7torda detaturee

As the Association's Representative to the State Legislature, I look forward to working with
each and every State Legislator on matters affecting architecture and architects. I will expect to be
called upon by the Legislators for factual and truthful information.

It is my intention to establish a relationship of trust and integrity within the Legislature know-
ing very well that each Legislator cannot be apprised of every detail when usually as many as four
thousand items of general legislation will be considered during the course of the session.

As it is your responsibility to "lobby" your colleagues in an effort to enact laws which you feel
will be of benefit to your constituents, it will be my function to "sell" our materials, which are
ideas.
Our Florida is a great state, the mecca of tourism, the mecca of the South We must think clearly
and act with prudence and not have legislation enacted because of pressure. Legislation in most
instances must provide benefit to the entire public.

Fotis N. Karousatos
Executive Director



Interior Designs of Distinction for Over 39 Years...


L RICHARD PLUMER

RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS


RICH1 RD PLrIER -" -
YACHT INTERIORS


At home, afloat,
Write for ou
155 NORTHEA


RICHARD PLUMER
BUSINESS INTERIORS


or in business, your requirements for quality decorating can be met at RICHARD PLUMER.
r brochures on the various interiors in which you are interested. No obligation of course.
ST 40th STREET MIAMI 37, FLORIDA Telephone PLaza 1-9775


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT








now...


wyer kitchens


in dramatic, new porcelain colors

Dwyer kitchens are available for the first time, in a choice of
six dramatic new porcelain colors that offer wide flexibility
in planning room decor! Colors include CORAL, SPRAY GREEN,
SAND, YELLOW, COPPERTONE, and CLASSIC WHITE to match or
contrast contemporary or traditional motif. And, these new
colors are permanent because they're porcelain-will never
require refinishing.


CORAL YELLOW COPPERTONE SAND SPRAY GREEN


THE DWYER SERIES 84, shown in Cls'.i
White, provides unmatched capacity
and convenience in a 7 foot kitchen. Full
access 10 net cubic foot refrigerator has
roll-out shelves, full-width freezer,
crisper, and seamless, acid-resistant in-
terior. Has surface cooking units and
full-size oven. Deep bowl sink set in
seamless, one-piece countertop. 40
square feet of cabinet storage.


a lifetime of sparkliprg betuity.


Dwyer porcelain enamel finish should not be con-
fused with baked enamel or other painted finishes.
Porcelain is mineral fused to special steel under
intense, penetrating heat of a 16000 furnace. This
extremely hard, durable surface is literally "burned
into," not "baked onto" steel.
Porcelain colors are permanent... never discolor,
stain or fade. Food spills and grease wipe off easily,


.. ease of maintenance


quickly. Porcelain can't burn, blister, or peel. A non-
porous, non-absorbent surface, it is odor-free, germ-
free, scratch and shock-resistant. A special type
acid-resistant porcelain is used for Dwyer counter-
tops and refriget-ntor interiors.Thanks to porcelain,
the entire front of the Dwyer kitchen is perfectly
matched when new and ... thanks to porcelain...
it will stay that way indefinitely.


DWYER PRODUCTS CORPORATION MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA

















complete kitchen facilities in
compact space...

Dwyer designs and manufactures porce-
lain-on-steel kitchens for rental properties
-apartments, motels, hotels, retirement
and other types of housing. Also for
schools, churches, offices, institutions and
other applications. By providing full
kitchen facilities in a single, compact
unit, the Dwyer kitchen adds rentability
and livability to properties.
Select from more than 40 models from
39" to 87" in length, in six attractive
porcelain colors, for against-wall or
recess installation behind closures.
Installation is fast, economical, and
heavy-gauge construction assures lasting
durability: keeps maintenance costs low.








Gentlemen:
Send me full information on Dwyer
Kitchens now available in attractive por-
celain colors.
Full color, 20-page catalog of all
models
Architects Data File- including de-
tailed specifications, roughing-ins
and dimensional drawings.
"Color Selector"-containing indi-
vidual color sheets of each of the
six new porcelain colors in which
Dwyer kitchens are available.

FIRM:

INDIVIDUAL:

ADDRESS:

CITY & STATE:

DWYER PRODUCTS OF FLORIDA, INC.
Suite 921, Dupont Plaza Center
300 Biscayne Boulevard Way
Miami, FLORIDA

DWYER PRODUCTS CORP. MICHIGAN CITY, IND.


SERIES 60 and 69 The answer for apartments, retirement and college housing,
and other rental properties. Both the Series 60 and 69 kitchens match usable
capaicilty and convenience of many larger kitchens. C.iir' of 5 or 7 cubic foot
reftri'' e r,'tr a ith roll-out shelves and freezer. Full-size gas or electric oven and
.si rf'Ia ciikie I units, deep bowl sink. Up to 20 square feet of built-in storage.


SERIES 51 Here's solution for cru, i-, rinq n, irininl. low income hotel and motel
rooms, and apartments into protl'tlih r itarnl.. TIh Series 51 provides full
kitchen facilities-surface cooking units, oven, with 'r,,ih r, refrigerator, sink
and storage-in just 4 of space. Installation is fast, economical, and kitchens
can be recessed and concealed behind closures when not in use.
L_ :- .. :%n- -. umm"m


SERIES 39 Perfect for the office or school lounge, college dormitory, church
meeting room, nursery, garden apartment, or home game room. The Series 39
takes less than .J'%' of space, yet provides gas or electric surface cooking units,
roomy 5 cubic foot refrigerator with freezer (plenty of ice cubes), deep bowl
sink, ample worktop area and storage. Appliance outlet on control panel.





1
9
6
5


A REGION OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
THE
FLORIDA
ASSOCIATION
OF
ARCHITECTS


IVILLE


M


BEACH


Mn


B


Membership in The Florid Association of
R Architects includes all Corporate members of
the American Institute of Architects assigned
by the Institute to A.I.A. Chapters in Florida
S and The Florida Association of Architects and
all Professional Associate Wmd Associate members
of the eleven AJ.A. Chapters in Florida.


H


P


ROSTER


MARCH, 1965


KMI *til~












President .
Vice President .


Broward County Chapter
OFFICERS
. . James M. Hartley Secretary .
. . Robert E. Hall Treasurer .


Donald H. Moeller
. Robert E. Todd


CHAPTER DIRECTORS
William P. Plumb
George C. Wiesman


CORPORATE MEMBERS
Amile, Thor _--------- 918 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale Lukens, Bayard C. ---------------- 1533 Adams St., Hollywood
Anson, Herbert L. ----------- 19 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale May, John L --------------500 W. Hallandale Bch. Blvd., Hallandale
Baker, Ervay J.------------------ 2185 Narn Drive, Winter Park McAlpine, Charles Jr. --------Building L, Time Square, Ft. Lauderdale
Bennett, Josh C. Jr. --- 5250 N.E. 15th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale Moberg, Claus R. ----------------- 1928 Tyler St., Hollywood
BIgoney, William F. --------- 316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale Moelle, Donald H. -------------------1823 Mayo St., Hollywood
Bradley, Paul M. Jr. -- ------4896 N.E. 20th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale Monaco, Gone C. ------------4005 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale
Crawford, William G. ------------2114 N.E. 21st St.. Ft. Lauderdale Phillps, Joseph L Jr. ---------3058 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale
Dodge, Richard W. -------950 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach Plumb, Willam P. ---------- 3021 N.E. 32nd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Dye. John ---------------------311 S.E. 16th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale Polk, George M. -----------4441 N.E. 17th Terr., Ft. Lauderdale
Evans, John -------------------316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale Pownall, James K. -------------- P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale
Gamble, G. Clinton, FAIA -----------P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale Prack. Arthur E. -------- 910 N.E. 27th Ave., Pompano Beach
Gliroy, William A. ------ -- -- P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale Price, Beryl ------------------- 121 S. 19th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Grove, Otto D., Jr. _------ ------19 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale Redden, John S. ---------------- 5600 S. W. 5th St., Plantation
Haack, Otto E. ------------------19 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale Relly, Richard C. ------------2504 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale
Hall, Robert E. ----------------2620 N.E. 18th St., Ft. Lauderdale Romano, Joseph T. --------- 2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Handle, Oscar A., Jr. -----------2060 N.E. 55th St., Ft. Lauderdale Rude, Arthur H. ----------2300 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Hansen, Robert E. -------- .311 S.E. 16th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale Sanford, Carol ------------------P.O. Box 1177, Pompano Beach
Hartley, James M. ------------------1909 Harrison St., Hollywood Singer, Donald I. ------------1301 S. E. 2nd Court, Ft. Lauderdale
Hogner, P. R. L ---------- 2511 S. Andros Lane, Ft. Lauderdale Start, Cedri --------------------------1823 Mayo St., Hollywood
Inwood, Arthur D. --.. 2801 East Oakland Park Blvd.. Ft. Lauderdale Stewart, Courtney --------------1140 Bayvlew Drive, Ft. Lauderdale
Jahelka, Robert G. --------- 2020 N.E. 17th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale Storrs, George D., Jr. --------2701 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
John, Paul Robin ---------.-- 901 N.E. 9th St., Pompano Beach Sullen, Robert -. -- --------2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Johnson. Herbert S. ---------------- 14 Elm St., Concord, Mass. Thornton, Maurice E. ---------- 4800 N.E. 15th Way, Ft. Lauderdale
Joseph, Stanford R. _--------- 2663 Vera Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio Todd, Robert L -------------- P.O. Box 2506, Pompano Beach
Keller, C. E. ---------900 N. Federal Hwy. #102, Pompano Beach Vaughn, William T. ---------909 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Kerley, Charles R. -------- 3114 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale Waddey, George ------ _233-A Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Ker, David W. ---------- 1270 N.E. 26th Ave., Pompano Beach Wiesman, George C. ----------1520 S.E. 3rd St., Pompano Beach
Larson, Victor A. -----------3114 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale Wolff, Louis -------------- -2457 N.E. 50th St., Ft. Lauderdale
Zimmer, Jack W. -_----------1801 N.E. 14th St., Ft. Lauderdale

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Aubel, Lynn A. -------------2931 S.W. 13th Ct., Ft. Lauderdale Bennett, George L. -- ------3215 N. Ocean Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Baker, Richard A. -------------316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale Cole, Richard ------------ 2607 N.E. 13th St., Ft. Lauderdale



Daytona Beach Chapter


President .
Vice President .


OFFICERS
. . .. William R. Gomon Secretary
. . .. Craig J. Gehlert Treasurer
CHAPTER DIRECTOR
William P. Greening


. Carl Gerken
. Walter K. Smith, Jr.


CORPORATE MEMBERS
Blab, Joseph R., Jr. --------- 1137 Florida Ave., Daytona Beach Kemmerer, Alfred G. ------------P.O. Box 5595, Daytona Beach
Craig, Francis W. .-- ----- 414 No. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach Leete, David A. ----------------406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach
Deem, Arthur F. ------------------209 W. Minnesota Ave., DeLand Mitchell, James L. --------- -- 125 E. Indiana Ave., DeLand
Dixon, Leo Eldon --------------136 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach Nots, Ernest H. --------------------104 Van Ave., Daytona Beach
Faust, William A. --------------------Box 1043, Daytona Beach Peek, Gouveneur M. --------------------714 N. Boulevard, DeLand
Gehlert, Craig J. ------------------P.O. Box 5096, Daytona Beach Sayer, Joel W., Jr. ---------200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach
Gerken, Carl ----------- --- P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach Smith, Walter K., Jr. _-------- 142 Granada Ave., Ormond Beach
Gomon, William R. -----------P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach Snead, Edwin M. --------------414 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach
Greening, William P. ----------200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach Tye, F. Wade ---------------------- 125 E. Indiana Ave., DeLand
Griffin, Harry M. ----------------309 N. Grandview, Daytona Beach Walton, Francis R. ----------211 N. Ridgwood Ave., Daytona Beach
Jannetides, Tom ----------------321 Ribault Ave., Daytona Beach

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Goldman, Harold J. ------------231 Brookline Blvd., Daytona Beach

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Bailey, Fred J. ---------------421 N. Wild Olive, Daytona Beach Lee, Stuart A. ---------------406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach
Conner, Evan J. ------------------ 1104 4th St., Daytona Beach Merryday, Harry, Jr. --------- 265 Hartford Ave., Daytona Beach
Cooper, Kenneth --------------P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach Peterson, James B. ---------------------Box 455, Mount Dora
Ek, Ed -------- -------- 147 Reef Road, South Daytona Sullivan, John B. ----------3333 S. Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach
Gee, J. Milton ----------------104 Venetian Way, Daytona Beach
12 THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT










Florida Central Chapter


President . . ... .Dana B. Johannes
Vice President . . . Jack McCandless


FICERS
Secretary . .... . James J. Jcnnewein
Treasurer . . . . .. James R. Dry


CHAPTER DIRECTORS
I. Blount Wagner
Archie G. Parrish, FAIA
J. Arthur Wohlberg


CORPORATE MEMBERS


------- 921 S. Orleans Ave., Tampa


Alfonso, Carles E. -------------7012 Conifer Drive, Tampa
Athan, Demetrios J. ------- ----------- 825 S. MacDill, Tampa
Atkinson, Carl N. -- ------------205 3rd St., S., St. Petersburg
Atkinson, Carl N., Jr. ---------- 205 3rd St., St., St. Petersburg
Benton, Felix --_------- 510 Bon Aire Ave., Temple Terr., Tampa
Bernardo, Joseph R. _--------------------5905 N. Rome, Tampa
Blanton, McAllister ------- -----3637 Henderson Blvd., Tampa
Bodo, Matthew --------- 1297 Eden Isle Blvd., N.E., St. Petersburg
Breldonbach, William F 0 _--202 S. Lockmoor Ave., Temple Terrace
Bright, Blaxton Lamar ------------ 505 Clayton Ave., Lakeland
Brodeur, V. L, Jr. ------------- 909 Brookside Dr., Clearwater
Bruce, James Y. -------------939 Beach Dr., N.E., St. Petersburg
Cameron, Dougles A. _____ 4735 Shore Acres Blvd., St. Petersburg
Cigahn, Arnold Welfgang ---- ------13107 Taliaferro Ave., Tampa
Coggan, Joseph --------- ------ 606 Court St., Clearwater
Colwell, Charles L -------4-500 Lakeview Ave., S., St. Petersburg
Curry, Charles F., Jr. --------------------1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
Dalzell, Kenneth W. ----------------300 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Dasell, K. Whitney, Jr. _.._------- 300 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Dean, Donovan ------- ------- 2011 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland
Do Franco, Lee ------------------ 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
Dirkes, Gordon--- ------- ---- 1846 S.E. 5th St., Winter Haven
Doll, Clarence W. ---------- 5595- 4th St., S., St. Petersburg
Drake, Alfred T. -.. -- ----.- 6797 25th St., N., St. Petersburg
Dry, James R. ------------ --- ..---- P.O. Box 2422, Lakeland
Fasnacht, Ted E. __204 DIcus-Owens Bldg., Main & Broadway, Dunedin
Fletcher, Eliot C. ----------- ----------600 Madison, Tampa
Frizzell, William R. ---- --------2120 McGregor Blvd., Ft. Myers
Garia, Genero, Jr. --- ------ 517 Bayshore, Tampa
Gay, John B. _------------- 7257 Central Ave., St. Petersburg
Goldman, Sanford Maurice --------1915 Park St.. N., St. Petersburg
Gottfried, Jacob L. --------- -------------517 Bayshore, Tampa
Green, James A. ------------ 500 South Himes- Atp 29, Tampa
Grundman, Robert Lee .- .--- 2521 34th St., South, St. Petersburg
Hadley, Eliott B. .--------------860 Snell Isle Blvd., St. Petersburg
Hamlin, Horace H., Jr. --------- 939 Beach Dr., N., St. Petersburg
Hampton, Mark G. --------.-- Stovall Professional Bldg., Tampa
Harvard, William B. -----_----2714 9th St., N., St. Petersburg
Harvey, Addion R. __-------------3602 Gardenia Ave., Tampa
Henderson, Roy M. -------------- 410 S. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater
Henderson, Warren L. .-- ------.. ---1391 Hillcrest Ave., Clearwater
Himes, Richard S. ----- 3637 Henderson. Blvd., Tampa
Howell, A. Wynn -------------------- 2400 Circle Dr., Lakeland
Howey, John R. ---- -------------217 N. Franklin St., Tampa
Hooper, Lee ----- -----------------11 Sandpiper Rd., Tampa
Ivanick, George ---------- 15225 Redington Drive, St. Petersburg
Jennewein, James -------------410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Jessen, Richard E. --- ------1529 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Johannes, Dana B. -------.. -------.410 S. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater
Johnson, Charles N. ----------- 1444 Fairhaven Dr., Lakeland
Johnson, Glenn C. ---------- 939 Beach Dr., N.E., St. Petersburg
Jolly, Blanchard E. -- --------2714 9th St., N., St. Petersburg


PROFESSIONAL
Alfano, Frank A. ---- ------------P.O. Box 1307, Clearwater
Alfonso, Cesar P. ---- -------------7012 Conifer Drive, Tampa
Allen, Robert L ------------- 1020-41st Ave., N., St. Petersburg
Beall, Erie Donald H. -------------------- 807 W. Kirby, Tampa
Holmes, Dwight E. %-------% Mark Hampton, Stovall Bldg., Tampa
Howard, Prentis S. -- --------- 2408 S. Clark Ave., Tampa
Kimbrough, Richard A. ---------. 6200- 21st St., So., St. Petersburg
Lisle, Forrest F. ----------------1517 Drexel Ave., Winter Haven
McClung, Joe Louis --------1215 Drew St. Suite 5-B, Clearwater


MARCH, 1965


Adams, Franklin 0. FAIA


Jones, Richard M. ---- 3197 -66th Way, N., St. Petersburg
Jones, Richard Palmer, Jr. _--------- 215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Klncald, Thomas ------------------- 2733 Grove St., Sarasota
Leggett, F. Earl ----- -----------323 South Boulevard, Tampa
Levison, Robert H. -----------------425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Lott, M. Wnfield ----------- 2707 5th Ave., N., St. Petersburg
MaeEwen, Harry A. -- -------------- 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
MacCollln, Edmond N. -----__213 S. Myrtle Ave., Clearwater
MeBryde, James B. --------------2120 McGregor Blvd., Ft. Myers
McCandless, Jack ----- -----939 Beach Dr., N.E., St. Petersburg
McDonald, John Randal -- -----1001 Russet St., Racine, Wisconsin
McElvy, George R. -- _-----------410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Mclntosh, Donald L ---_--- ---------205 W. Brorein St., Tampa
McLane, E. Frank ----.-- -- -------205 W. Brorein St., Tampa
Melody, Walter H. .-----------1002 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater
Messineo, Joseph H ---- -------- 4 Sixth St., South, St. Petersburg
Mudano, Frank Robert --- -----------1701 Drew St., Clearwater
Parih, Archie G. FAIA ----------112 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg
Parrish, John David -----------939 Beach Dr., N.E., St. Petersburg
Patteson, Frank P., Jr. _--- --------- 608 Tampa St., Tampa
Priede-Rodrigues, J. -- ---------507A Florida Ave., Tampa
Quenneville, Ear A. ----.-- --------4403 Burke Ave., Tampa
Ranon, John F __---------------- 2912 -10th St., Tampa
Renfree, Bruce A., Jr. _-- ---------- 215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Rittenhouse, Walter F. --------Trailer Estates, Box 5026, Bradenton
Robbins, R. James -------- --------- 305 Morgan St., Tampa
Roberts, Henry L. .-------------- 115 Magnolia Ave., Tampa
Rowe, Harold D. --------3420 W. John R. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Schultz, Melvin Frederik __ 204 Dicus-Owens Bldg., Main & Broadway,
Dunedin
Setliff, Wallace Wade ------- ----.-215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Six, Norman F. -------.---------- 214 East Davis Blvd., Tampa
Smith, Eugene R. -------_--- 10301 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa
Smith, J. Bruce ------------- 527 Dartmoor St., St. Petersburg
Smith, Warren H. ---------------- 2725 Oakland Ave., Lakeland
Stanton, Walter J. -------------_- P.O. Box 97, Rt. 1, Odessa
Stefany, John Edgar ---------- 410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Straughn, A. Ernest ------------ 505 Clayton Ave., Lakeland
Talley, Thomas V. ---------------P.O. Box 1103, Lakeland
Thompson, Gene ..---- ----------_ 800 First St., N., Winter Haven
Velenti, Frank S. --- ---------------- 600 Madison, Tampa
Wagner, Ira Blount ---- ------. 843 60th Ave., S., St. Petersburg
Wakeling, Roy --- -------------425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Walker, H. Leslie ---------3420 W. John F. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Walker, Edward H, Jr. ---------425 South Garden Ave., Clearwater
Webber, William -------------------- P.O. Box 18463, Tampa
Wedding, Charles R. -------- 2901 58th Ave., N., St. Petersburg
Wielage, Robert C. ----- --------725 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
White, Frank W. --------------- 10101 Forest Hills Dr., Tampa
Williams, Donald S. ---- ---------- 1931 Rippon St., Clearwater
Wilson, Albert K. .-. --------------P.O. Box 476, Dunedin
Wohlberg, J. Arthur ---- -------------P.O. Box 18405, Tampa



ASSOCIATES
Merwin, Lester N. --------------112 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg
Minardl, Russell J. ----------------- 1902 Hesperides, Tampa
Morris, Frank H., Jr. ---------------1416 Lynn Ave., Clearwater
Parish, Donald G. ---- 895 19th Ave., S., St. Petersburg
Robarts, E. Jason --- ---------7711 Silver Oak Lane, Tampa
Rudolph, John A. ----------5742 2nd Ave., So., St. Petersburg
Russello, Joseph C. --------------4603 Grand Central, Tampa
Stere, Donald R. ----- ------------1407 Overlea St., Clearwater
Vogler, Richard C. -------------497 66th Ave., So., St. Petersburg

(Continued on Page 14)
13







Florida Central Chapter
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Albert, John ----------------------1321 Murray, Clearwater Raymond, Alexander P. ---------- 11823 102nd St., N., Largo
Funk, Robert L. ------------------1360 Terrace Rd., Clearwater Riketts, John N. ----------------406 W. Poinsettia St., Lakeland
Goezalek, Horacl ---------------------- 429 Erie Ave., Tampa Scarfo3, Letteri 1. ----------------710 S. Newport Ave., Tampa
Holdme, Ce --------------------4400 36th Ave., St. Petersburg Smith, Richard ------------135 -25th Ave., S., St. Petersburg
Jons, Julian F. ----------------734 1st St., North, Winter Haven Stewart, James B. ---------------- 3315 S. San Miguel, Tampa
Oliva, Angel, Jr. --------------------2401 Riverside Dr., Tampa Stoehe, Martin --------------------410 S. Lincoln, Clearwater
Petrman, Julan S., Jr. -------1529 Drexel Ave., N.E., Winter Haven Volk, Frank W., Jr. -------------15656 1st St., E., St. Peterburg
Prince, Frank R. ---------------725 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Vohmer, Petr J. -------- 3000 58th Ave., N., St. Petersburg



Florida Gulf Coast Chapter

OFFICERS
President ... D. Jack West Secretary .. .Tollyn J. Twitchell, Jr.
Vice President ... William H. Mason Treasurer ... Earl J. Draeger

CHAPTER DIRECTORS
Earl J. Draeger
Werner F. Kannenberg
Douglas E. Croll

CORPORATE MEMBERS
Bal, Frank W. -------------------- P.O. Box 310, Ft. Myers Kinney, Harley P. ----------------204-15th St., W., Bradenton
Ball, George H. -----------------------P.O. Box 310, Ft. Myers Mason, Wilam __.---------.-- 1020 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda
Barrows, C Ster, FAIA ..----------. 615 Palmer Bank, Sarasota McRae, Angus Andre -------------905 E. Silver Springs Blvd, Ocala
Bauchples, Clarence M. -..-- -------- 473 3rd St., So., Naples Mrr, Richard W. ------------------483 Fifth Ave., S., Naples
lacker, Joseph L ------------------ 2 Fairview Blvd., Ft. Myers Nick, Donald L --------------------820-12th Ave., S., Naples
Bremerman, F. Hugh ------------ 696 5th Ave., So., Naples Padgett, James C. ---------------- 6335 Hillywood Blvd., Sarasota
Collins, Sydney J. --------------------1532 Dolphin St., Sarasota Plercy, John L --------------- 615 Palmer Bank Bldg., Sarasota
Croll, Douglas ----------------205 Walcaid Bldg., Bradenton Schneder, Louis ----------------5315 14th St., W., Bradenton
Davis, Harold B. --------------------2021 W. 1st St., Ft. Myers Selbert, Edward J. ------------------.231 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota
Draeger, Earl J. ----------------3225 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota Seaow, Roland W. --------------------P.O. Box 2091, Sarasota
Erickson, Ralph A. -----------------5131 Ocean Blvd., Sarasota Shaw, Robert L --------------------- 3432 South Trail, Sarasota
Faerber, Nelson A. --------------------Trailways Bldg.. Naples Smith, Frank F., Jr. ------------------- 1301 Main St., Sarasota
Gremll, Erwin II -------------------- 1790 Wood St., Sarasota Tracy, William ------------------445 8th Ave., So., Naples
Griffin, Leonard A. ----------------- 2910-8th Ave., Bradenton Trouchaud, J. P. ------------------3710 Bayou Louise, Sarasota
Hanebuth, Edgar C. ------------------1544 Dolphin St., Sarasota Twithell, Ralph S. ----------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Helm, James A. ---------------------P.O. Box 333, Avon Park Twitche, Tlyn J. ---- --------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Holliday, Jame B. --------------------1301 Main St., Sarasota Vllmer, Carl A. -- ---- ------ 2325 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Kanneoberg Wemer F. ----------------1544 Dolphin St., Sarasota Wlsr, Arthur ----------------------225 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota
Keler, Walter ------------------------- 5 Beach Patio, Naples West, Jack --------------------- 536 S. Pineapple Ave., Sarasota
Kerfoot, William H. ------.------ 2032 Hillview St., Sarasota Wilkison, Sidney R. ----------3011 Manatee Ave., W., Bradenton
Zimmerman, William W. -----------283 Broad Ave., So., Naples

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Steele, Ben _----------------- 3630 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Brumer, Michael ------------------- 2123 Floyd St., Sarasota Mead, Arthur ---------------------205 Walcaid Bldg., Bradenton
Creager, Bruce ----------------------- 1672- 10th St., Sarasota Sheenum, Robert ------------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Warinner, Willam E. ----------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota




Florida North Chapter

OFFICERS
President .. . Myrl Hanes Secretary ... John E. Piercy
Vice President .. William C. Grobe Treasurer ... .Tollyn J. Twitchell, Jr.

CHAPTER DIRECTORS
Frank G. Schmidt, Jr.
Frank C. George

CORPORATE MEMBERS
Arnett, William T....College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla. Branch, Dan P. -. College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville Gainesville
Bannister, Turpin C. -.College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Univ. of Butt, Arnold F. ---------306 Tigert Hall, Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Fla., Gainesville Campbell, Arthur L., Jr. ---------- 603 N.E. 1st St., Gainesville
(Continued on Page 15)
14 THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT







Con't. Florida North


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Duncan, Bryan -----------------3021/2 Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala
Duncan, Vance ----------------- 314 Robertson Bldg., Ocala
Fulton, Guy C. -----------Box 2181, University Sta., Gainesville
George, Frank C. ------------- ------P.O. Box 488, Palatka
Grand, John L R. -------.----College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Grobe, William C. -----------College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Haley, Richard C. ----------------201 S.W. 10th Ave., Gainesville
Hamilton, Jefferson M. -------------1114 N.E. 7th St., Gainesville
Hanes, Myrl J. ------------------201 N.W. 10th Ave., Gainesville
Johnson, Gordon S. -------------107 S.W. 2nd Ave., Gainesville
Johnson, McMillan H ..------ College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Larrick, Themas --. College of Architecture C Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville


Lendrum, James T. -_College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Galnesville
May, Lester N. ------------.--- 606 N.E. 1st St., Gainesville
Moore, Jack ----------------- ----606 N.E. Ist St., Gainesville
Raymond, Walter ------------ Colleg of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Reeves, F. Blair ..- College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville
Reid, Hal Thomas ----------- 815 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala
Schmidt, Frank G., Jr. _- --------815 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala
Thorn, Craig B. __------Lightner Museum Bldg., Suite 4, St. Augustine
Tucker, Robert H. -College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville
Walker, Berry J. -----------------.----210 Todd Bldg., Ocala


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Dompe, Alexander G. --------------------- P.O. Box 186, Bunnell Kloni, Constantine L. ---------- 2130 N.E. 12th Terr., Gainesville
Evans, Samuel ---------------2022 N.W. 14th Ave., Gainesville Kern, Sadie S. _.--- College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Hunter, William K, Jr. -.----------606 N.E. 1st St., Gainesville Gainesville
Kinsey, Bertram Y., Jr. --------College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Webb, D. Nell ------------- _Bldg. E., Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville


ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Asie, George W. ------ 124-33 Deerfield Road, Savannah, Ga. Luger, William -----------------1927 N.E. 7th St., Gainesville
Baber, W. L ----------------- 606 N.E. 1st St., Gainesville Shaeffer, Ronald --College of Architecture & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Harrngton, Charles -------------3911 S.W. 38th St., Gainesville Gainesville
Hedge, John Douglas --------- --------P.O. Box 488, Palatka Vislay, Joseph R. -- ---------310 Spring Ave., Greensburg, Pa.
Lucs, Maxsis Leo ---.------ Arch. to Board of Control, New State Young, Canning K. M. -------- College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Office Bldg., Tallahassee Univ. of Fla., Gainesville















Florida North Central Chapter


President .
Vice President .


OFFICERS
SPearce L. Barrett Secretary .
Chester L. Craft, Jr. Treasurer .


... Warren A. Dixon
. . . Joseph N. Clemons


CHAPTER DIRECTORS
Forrest R. Coxen


CORPORATE MEMBERS
Albert, LeRoy K. -------------Board of Regents, Architect's Office, Daffin, Ernest C. -------------------P.O. Box 1146, Tallahassee
101 West Gaines St., Tallahassee Huddleston, Prentis ------------------P.O. Box 3105, Tallahassee
Barrett, Pearce L --------------- P.O. Box 1146, Tallahassee Kelly, Forrest M..---Board of Control, Gaines & Adams St., Tallahassee
Benda, Charles ---------Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee Kuhn, Charles F. --------------.-- P.O. Box 3013, Tallahassee
Brown, Robert H. ------------------Capitol Building, Tallahassee Maybin, Robert H. ---- -------210 East College Ave., Tallahassee
Clemons, Joseph N. ------------------536 N. Monroe, Tallahassee Potter, David W. --Lively Technical School, West Park Ave., Tallahassee
Coxen, Forrest R. --------------------.Avant Building, Tallahassee Stidolph, Ernest J. ---------------------Avant Bldg., Tallahessee
Craft, Chester L., Jr. ------------------------Board of Control, Stripling, James A. -----------------308 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee
FSU Maintenance Bldg., Tallahassee Woodard, Albert P. -------------- ----P.O. Box 3091, Tallahassee


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Belts, Wayne ----------Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee Dixon, Warren A.--------------------- 510 Ward St., Tallahassee
Bullard, James D.--------------------P.O. Box 1146, Tallahassee Donofro, Paul ------ ----------- 208 N. Jefferson St., Marianna


ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Poyner, Saxon ----------Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee Sheppard, Newton W.----------
Woodward, Robert--------------P.O. Box 3457 M.S.S., Tallahassee
MARCH, 1965


-313 W. 7th Ave., Tallahassee









Florida Northwest Chapter


OFFICE
President . . . . .James 1. Look
Vice President . . .C. James Kendrick


Secretary . .. . Rodgcr R. Weeks
Treasurer .. ... .William R. Bean


CHAPTER DIRECTORS
Barnard W. Harhnan, Jr.


CORPORATE MEMBERS
Bean, William R. ------------------513 E. Fairfield Drive, Pensacola MacNeil, Richard--------------------325 S. Palafox St., Pensacola
Bullock, Ellis W., Jr.-------------------101 W. Wright St., Pensacola Marshall, Sam M.----------------------325 S. Palafox St., Pensacola
Crooke, James J., Jr .-------------------P.O. Box 2667, Pensacola Morrson, William S.--------------------611 Brent Annex, Pensacola
Daniels, Thomas H._----------- -------- 425 Oak Ave., Panama City Nichols, Henry L., Jr.---------------P.O. Box 189, Fort Walton Beach
Hart, Robert Daniel------------------410 W. Garden, Pensacola Noblin, Carlton-------- -----------401 N. Baylen St., Pensacola
Hartman, Barnard W., Jr.----- 4717 So. Lakewood Drive, Panama City Parker, Chester A.--------------------------Box 702, Panama City
Kendrick, James------------------12 W. Main St., Ft. Walton Beach Ricks, Roy L. --- -------------12 W. Main St., Ft. Walton Beach
Leitch, Hugh J.------------------------2925 Navy Blvd., Pensacola Sindelar, Frank J.----- 1924 N. Palafox St., P.O. Box 2158, Pensacola
Look, James Henry --- -------------611 Brent Annex, Pensacola Weeks, Roger G.----------------------425 E. Gregory St., Pensacola


ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Alien, Marivn ------------- ------P.O. Box 2158, Pensacola Simpson, William D.---------------------- P.O. Box 928, Pensacola
Fritz, F. R. -----------------215 N. Madison Dr., Mayfair, Pensacola Stokes, James R.---------.--- 12 W. Main Street, Fort Walton Beach
Pelham, Devon ---------------12 W. Main Street, Fort Walton Beach Strasser, Karlvon -------------------- P.O. Box 46, Pensacola











Florida South Chapter


President . . .
Vice President . .


OFFICERS
. . Francis E. Telesca Secretary . . . .. O.K. Houstoun, Jr.
. . Robert J. Boerema Treasurer . ..... . George F. Reed


CHAPTER DIRECTORS
C. Frasuer Knight
John Sweet
William E. Tschumy


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Abele, Robert C..----------------------Herbert H. Johnson Assoc.
1812 'K' St. N.W., Washington, D. C.
Abramovlts, Maurice---------------345 N.E. 107th St., Miami Springs
Abrams, Milton---------------------- %Norman Giller & Assoc.
975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Arango, Jorge ---------------3141 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
Arnold, Scott B. ---------------------7550 Red Road, South Miami
Atwater, Montgomery -------------------700 S.W. 12th Ave., Miami
Barret, Leslie M. ------------------------Box 206, Marathon Shores
Barth, Alf Otto ------------------------------- Box 271, Orlando
Baxter, Edward H. -----------------315 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami
Bell, Lowry M. -----------------------6703 S.W. 130th Terr., Miami
Block, Samuel S. ---------------------11101 S.W. 88th Ct., Miami
Blohm, Carl H. ------------------------1258 S.W. 3rd St., Miami
Boerema, Robert J. ---- Johnson Associates, 550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Braden, Philip --------------------11531 S. Dixie Highway, Miami
Branch, James E. -----------------University of Miami, Coral Gables
Broward, Charles S., Jr.---------------6611 Tarrega St., Coral Gables
Brown, Henry E., Jr.------------------- 17639 S. Dixie Hwy, Perrine
Bruno, Thomas A. --------------- 8300 Old Cutler Road, Miami
Burnham, Herbert M. ------------1447 Alta Vista Drive, Vista, Calif.
Channing, Jules --------------------------71 N.W. 54th St., Miami
Church, James H. ------------------------543 N.E. 67th St., Miami
Clark, Robert W. ----------------------101 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami


Clayton, William R., Jr.-------------915 N.E. 125th St., North Miami
Cohen, Stuart --- ---------------7765 S.W. 142nd St., Miami
Corbella, Juan --- ------------18201 N.W. 52nd Ave., Opa Locka
Crain, Edward E. --------------------4515 S.W. 95th Ave., Miami
Crumpton, Charles L..-- ----------- ---19411 N.W. 23rd Ct., Miami
Davis, Stephen L. _------_------4704 S. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Deen, James ---------------------- 7500 Red Road, South Miami
DeKonschin, Victor E. -----------6075 Sunset Drive, South Miami
DiSilvestro, Leonard J. -------------------171 N.E. 54th St., Miami
Dunn, Howard M. ------------7549 Spring Lake Drive, Bethesda, Md.
Dutkin, Howard L. --------------1673 N.E. 123rd St., North Miami
Eberhart, Robert C. ------ 1115 S.W. 100th Ct., Miami
Eckhoff, Arnold W. -----------------100 Biscayne Blvd., S., Miami
Edelstein, Harold -------- --- 1400 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale
Ewing, Upton C. --------------------362 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables
Felto, Jose --------------- --------P.O. Box 685, Miami Springs
Ferendino, Andrew J. -----------------2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Ferguson, James E., Jr.----- 4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Filer, Robert J. ----------------- 269 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables
Fink, H. George -------------- 255 University Drive, Coral Gables
Flemming, Bryan ---------------------- 1127 Dupont Bldg., Miami
Forfar, Donald H. ---------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Frese, Robert K. -..-------- ---------3047 Biscayne Blvd., Miami


(Continued on Page 17)
THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT








Con't. Florida South Chapter


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Fuehrer, Tom ----- -------------- 101 S.E. 7th St., Miami
Fuseo, J. Alden -------- ------ 1900 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Gallagher, James E. .--- c/o Charles Giller Assoc., 51/2 North Ave.,
Suite 2, Kingston 10, Jamaica
Garland, James E. ------------------ 315 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami
Geiger, August --------------------1630 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
Ghezzl, Edward M. .----------- 7915 S.W. 128th St., South Miami
Gibbs, Frederick A. ---------- 927 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Giler, Charles --------------------- 4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Giller, Norman --------------975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Glasgow, Stanley -------------4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Gottfrled, Theodore ----------------3298 Mary St., Coconut Grove
Grafton, Edward G. -------------------2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Grimshaw, John 0. ----------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Grossman, Melvin --------------------420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Haley, Curtis E. ----------------214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables
Hall, Harold E. --------------- 8 Canterbury Rd., Mobile, Ala.
Hamer, Clarence E. ------.---2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Hardesty, Alfred M. T. -----------------7545 S.W. 124th St., Miami
Hardwick, Willlam C., Jr. --------------Box 612, Santa Monica, Calif.
Harle, Abbott ------------------P.O. Box 69941, Los Angeles, Calif.
Hatcher, Thurston -----------------------1515 N.W. 7th St., Miami
Hibler, Bernard C. -------------1300 N.E. 26th Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Hitt, Lewis M. --------------------622 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Hladk, George J. ------------------1600 N.W. LeJeune Rd., Miami
Hoover, Joseph ---------------- 10240 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Hrsey, Irving E. --------------- 8340 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami
Houstoun, 0. K., Jr. ---------2734 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Hundley, James G. ----------------2424 S. Dixie Highway, Miami
Jackson, Emory L. ------------1924 N.E. 154th St., N. Miami Beach
Johnson, Herbert H. ----------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Johnson, Verner --------------------250 N.E. 18th Street, Miami
Junkin, James W., Jr..-----. ----. 6819 Barquera Ave., Coral Gables
Klekamp, Bernard R. --------------1666 N.E. Illth St., North Miami
Klements, Walter S. .---------3127 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Knight, C. Frasuer ----------------------- 2971 Coral Way, Miami
Knight, Howard B. ---------------214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables
Korach, Irvin S. ----------------------721 N.W. 21st Ct., Miami
Kotkin, Sidney L ------------------------- 8410 Bird Road, Miami
Kreman, M. Louis --------------2288 N.E. 173rd St., N. Miami Beach
Kruse, H. Samuel -------------------1600 N.W. LeJeune Rd., Miami
Kulhavy, Alexander -------------Koein, Eberplatz 1, Germany West
Lamp, Vernon D. ----------------------1909 N.W. 14th St., Miami
Lapidus, Morris-"Meridian 17" Bldg., 1688 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach
Lichtman, Herman R...----------------439 Bargello St., Coral Gables
Little, Robert M. ---------------------2180 Brickell Ave., Miami
Lonsdale, Charles K. ---------------4708 Le Jeune Rd., Coral Gables
Lyell, John M.----------------------3.. 135 S. W. 3rd Ave., Miami
Lynch, Geoffrey B. ---------P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Station, Miami
Lynskey, James E. ------------ ------3325 S.W. 97th Ct., Miami
Madden, Thomas J., Jr. --------------- 240 N.E. 17th St., Miami
Manley, Marion I. -----------------3356 Virginia St., Coconut Grove
Marchesani, Alfred R. ------------237 Westward Drive, Miami Springs
Maylard, J. Burnham ------------------9801 S.W. 70th Ave., Miami
McKenna, Dorothy ----- -------------Box 407, Coconut Grove
Merriam, William H. -------------------401 Coral Way, Coral Gables
Mikuta, Rudolf --------------------135 N. 5th St., Alhambra, Calif.
Milkton, Alexander G. ---------------5784 S.W. 31st Street, Miami
Moore, Alvin R. -----------------------1504 18th Terr., Key West
Oppenheimer, Otto H. --------4563 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Pancoast, Lster C. --------------------2575 Bayshore Dr., Miami
Panceast, Russell T. ---------------- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Parish, H. Maxwell ---------------------7101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Parker, Alfred B. ---------------------2921 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami



PROFESSIONAL
Cotterman, Charles ---------------1711 Columbus Blvd., Coral Gables
Decker, Harold C.----------------------15875 S.W. 79th Ct., Miami
Frederick, Donald J. --------------19731 N.E. 10th Ct., North Miami
Gentile, Joseph ---------------------- 2805 E. 5th Ave., Hialeah
Grerber, Erwin ------- -------Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Goodman, Marvin .--------------------4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Gordo, Justo, Jr. ----------------3260 N.W. 169th Terr., Opa Locka
Gutlerrez, Enrique H. ---------------4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
Harry, Milton C. ---------------------- 5707 S.W. 51st St., Miami
Hoffman, Francis --------------4001 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
Hubert, Ephraim ------------------5629 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach
Jackson, Douglas G. -------------3051 Jefferson St., Coconut Grove
Kreldt, William C. ---------------- -1150 S.W. 1st St., Miami
Laughlin, Emmet J. ----------------------58 W. 30th St., Hialeah
Lee, James Donald ------------------2701 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami


MARCH, 1965


Parmelee, Dean -------------- 2980 McFarlane Road. Miami
Pearlman, Philip ------------1190 N.E. 163rd St., North Miami Beach
Penney, Harry E. -.--- .--------- 6075 Sunset Road, Miami
Pnsker, J. Marcus ------------1190 N.E. 125th St., North Miami
Pitt, Gerard -----------------------4375 Ingraham Highway, Miami
Polevitzky, Igor B. --- --------------250 N.E. 18th St., Miami
Price, Theodore F. ---------------------1835 S.W. 27th Ave., Miami
Puder, Samuel M. ----------------------6601 S.W. 80th St., Miami
Ramos, Lemuel ----------Irani Ramos, 545 Ingraham Bldg., Miami
Reed, George F. .------------ 3680 Avocado Ave., Coconut Grove
Reiff, Don -----------------1834 N.E. 164th St., North Miami Beach
Reiner, Paul L. -----------------------1000 N.W. 28th Ave., Miami
Rempa, Edward T. --------------- 153 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables
Rentscher, Joseph G. -----------462 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables
Ricclo, Henry A. ---------------1400 N.E. 125th St., North Miami
Robbins, Fred E. ------- ----- 1102 DuPont Plaza Center, Miami
Rowell, Donald ----------------4130 Braganza Ave., Coconut Grove
Russell, T. Trip-------------P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Station, Miami
Salmon, Gerardo ------------------------ 8331 S.W. 14th St., Miami
Sampson, James P. ------------------9410 S.W. 60th Terr., Miami
Savage, Herbert R. ---------------------2975 Coral Way, Miami
Schilling, Jerome ----------------------1270 N.E. 102nd St., Miami
Schneider, Reuben S. ------------------1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah
Schneider, Roy J. --------------------1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah
Severud, Gordon --------------------------2971 Coral Way, Miami
Sherman, M. Tony -- ---------1700 San Souci Blvd., North Miami
Shrum, Robert M. --------------14535 N.E. 5th Ct., North Miami
Shuflin, Frank -----------------------9200 N.E. 6th Ave., Miami
Simberg, A. J. ---------------------------3415 S.W. 3rd St., Miami
Simmons, Jerry P. ----------------------1500 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Simonhoff, Michael ---------------------5250 S.W. 84th St., Miami
Skeels, Norman A. ----------------- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Skrip, Richard J. --------------------------2973 Coral Way, Miami
Smith, Donald G. --- -------------721 N.W. 21st Ct., Miami
Snyder, Wahl J., II----------------------1170 N.E. 79th St., Miami
Spence, Roy W., Jr. ---------------- 10520 S.W. 125th St., Miami
Starnes, Earl M. -----------------462 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables
Steward, Harold ------------------1102 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Succop, Wray ---------------1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Swain, Joseph D. -------------------3625 Solana Rd., Coconut Grove
Swartburg, Robert ----------------4014 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
Sweet, John ----------------------------9251 S.W. 59th St., Miami
Tanner, John R. --------------. 4460 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach
Telesca, Francis E. ----------------- 1393 S.W. First St., Miami
Torre, Frank E. ------------------9360 S.W. 164th St., South Miami
Trelster, Kenneth ------------------------655 N.W. 60th St., Miami
Trimm, Henry 0. --------------------------101 S.E. 7th St., Miami
Tripp, John A. --------------------------- 2973 Coral Way, Miami
Tschumy, William E. --------------2346 Douglas Road, Coral Gables
Vann, Loyd F. ------------------------101 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami
Vann, Charles H. -.------- 1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Vensel, James E. -------------------- 2818 S.W. 22nd St., Miami
Virrick, Vladimir E. --------------------5400 S.W. 92nd St., Miami
Walker, Freeman L. ---------------- 950 S.W. 22nd Rd., Miami
Watson, Frank E. ----------------1600 N.W. LeJeune Rd., Miami
Weakley, Raymond --------------------3280 S.W. 17th Ave., Miami
Weed, Robert Law ------------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Weldemeyer, William --------------118 Antiquera Ave., Coral Gables
Weintaub, Maurice B. ---------------235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Wright, Carson Bennett ------------9300 S. Dixie Highway, Miami
Wright, Murray B. --------------4702 So. LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables
Yaros, Eugene ----------------------5920 S.W. 44th Terr., Miami
Zachar, Stefan H. ---------------924 Lincoln Rd. Mall, Miami Beach




ASSOCIATES
Levine, Richard M. ------------------1034 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
Meyer, Joel ---------------------------203 S.W. 13th St., Miami
Miller, Kenneth B. ---------------------1177 N.E. 79th St., Miami
Mbsklel, Richard D. ------------7700 S.W. 54th Court, South Miami
Pancani, Aego -----------------1107 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Pollack, Richard S. ---------740 N.E. 178th Terr., North Miami Beach
Perrin, Arthur ------------------------5765 S.W. 9th Terr, Miami
Quigley, Jack --------------------975 N.E. 132nd St., North Miami
Richter, Charles E. ----------------------1431 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah
Rider, Donald C. ---------------------10700 Caribbean Blvd., Miami
Rose, Richard A. --------------------333 Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables
Sutherland, Alec ------------------------1177 N.E. 79th St., Miami
Swedroe, Robert M. -----------------3700 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
Walker, Sidney M. -----------------311 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Weber, William F. --------------------9844 Sterling Drive, Miami

(Continued on Page 18)

17







Con't. Florida South Chapter


ASSOCIATE MEMBERS


Alien, Brtle J. --------------- 4061 Ventura Ave., Coconut Grove
Andrew, Wiliam D. -------------1901 N.W. 88th Terr., Miami
Barnett, Richard ------- 2931 Bridgeport Ave., Coconut Grove
Choromwki, Mobe -------------------930- 10th St., Miami Beach
Conkia, Spencer R., Jr. .------P.O.Box 961, Riverside Station, Miami
Daniel, Homer F. -----------------133-25 S.W. 83rd Court, Miami
Dykes, Robert L. ----------------. 10100 Pan American Dr., Miami
Gracla, Rene H. .-----------------------P.O. Box 3040, Miami
Green, Max -----------------------8825 S.W. 18th Terr., Miami
Hedlund, Ronald -------------------7550 Red Road, South Miami
Hegel, Crls -------------------12940 S.W. 63rd Ave., Miami
Heywang, Charles Jr. ------------4531 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
Hudson, George ...------------ 6830 S.W. 76th Terrace, Miami
Ives, L Martin--------------------..2000 S.W. 16th Terr., Miami
Klare, Edwin L. ----------------520 N.E. 110th Terr, North Miami


President .
Vice President .


Norli, Ernest C. -------------------- 316 N.W. 100th Terr., Miami
Notowits, Bart ---------2901 North Bay Rd., Miami Beach
Pace, Rocco W. ---------------------44 Antilla Ave., Coral Gables
Robin, Renald W. .-------------- 4241 S.W. 62nd Ct., Miami
Ros, Morrs ------------- 3 Island Ave., Apt. 9, Miami Beach
Russell, Herbet D. -----------------Box 6712, Jersey City, NJ.
Russell, William A. --------P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Station, Miami
Spence, Samuel B., Jr. -------------711 N.W. 187th Drive, Miami
Stelger, Martin C. ---------------5880 S.W. 63rd Ct., South Miami
Strahle, Rof -----------------Tulane University, New Orreans, La.
Soominen, Jalmar V. ----------------4710 S.W. 69th Ave., Miami
Ventrie, Dante -----------------------385 E. 56th St., Hialeah
Viza, DonaM L. --------------------_7521 S.W. 58th St., Miami
Watson, Robert .----------------- 99 N.E. 118th St., North Miami


Jacksonville Chapter

OFFICERS
. .. James O. Kemp Secretary . . . ... .John P. Stevens
. Robert C. Broward Treasurer . . . .... Allen D. Frye


CHAPTER DIRECTORS
John T. Brickert
Harry E. Bums, Jr.
John P. Graves


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Adams, John Frankn --------------------P.O. Box 214, Madison
Alfrd, James Donald -------------3250 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Blocker, Wi. M., Jr. .---------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Boardmaun Robert L ------- -- -P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Brickert, John T. ....__ ..6018 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville
Broadfeet, Robert A., Jr. ....-----557 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
Broward, Robert C ----------- --------P.O. Box 37, Mandarin
BDryms, Joseph H. ----------- ---11 1 W. Adams St., Jacksonville
ucky, Fred W, Jr. -------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Bunch, Franklin ------------- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Buns, Cecil ------------------ Box B, WInn-Dixie, Jacksonville
Burns, Harry Jr. -------------1402 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville
Chappell, Logan ---------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Clements, James E. -----------1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Close, Davi M. --------------------1805 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Coas, Herbert, Jr. ------------------ 850 May St., Jacksonville
Drake, H. Lamar ---------------.. 206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Drake, W. Knyon ---------------- 303 O'Reilly Bldg., Jacksonville
Drsoll, Prter -------------8........50 May St., Jacksonville
EIlngham, C. A. ------------%Abbott, Merkt & Co., 630 3rd Ave.,
New York, N. Y.
Ewart, Thomas L, Jr. ----------------2063 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Feer, S Ralph ----------------1835 Woodmere Dr., Jacksonville
Fisher, George Ryd --------------458 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Fester, John T. ---- School Plant Planning, State Board of Education,
Tallahassee
freedman, Norma H. -----------1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Frye, Alen D. --------- ---------617 Park St., Jacksonville
Germai, Richard DI ---------------.749 Stockton St., Jacksonville
Goodman, Willam Hil -----------2.37 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville

Gordon, W. Stanley ------------ 206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Graveley, John ---------------1012 Florida Title Bldg., Jacksonville
Graveley, John Richard --------1012 Florida Title Bldg., Jacksonville
Graves, John P. ---------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Greey, Melon C. ---------------6457 Pottsburg Dr., Jacksonville
Haas, J. Brooks -----------------1045 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Hardwick, Taylor ---------------------.764 May St., Jacksonville
Hendry, Warre C, Jr. ----------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville


Hollingswrth, F. A. ----------------216 City Bldg., St. Augustine
Holloway, Leai C., Jr. _..315 llth Ave., North, Jacksonville Beach
Hopkns, Abner C. ---------------38 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville
Jackson, Wllam K. -------.--... 320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Kemp, James 0. --------------..- 3250 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Kemp, Wllam D. --------- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Kent, Wiam H. ----------------------Box 1231, Valdosta, Ga.
Kiutho, H. J. -----------------------30 W. 9th St., Jacksonville
Lee, W. Mayberry ------------ -- _764 May St., Jacksonville
Marshal, Willam H.--------------458 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
McDonald, James A. ---------1569 River Hills Circle W, Jacksonville
Meehan, James A., Jr. ----------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Morgan, Willam N. -------------1611 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach
Myers, Wayn P. -------------500 Hamilton Circle, Merritt Island
Pappas, Ted P. ------------------4833 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville
Patto, Chares E. Ill -------------206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Pooley, Roy M., Jr. ---------------- .809 Bert Road, Jacksonville
Poulos, Theodore C. -------------237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Powell, Harry C. -----------Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Powell, Jefferson D. -------------1811 Riviera Parkway, Jacksonville
Reed, Frederick N. Jr. -------6097 Robbins Circle, So., Jacksonville
Roberts, F. Stewart ---------Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Sampson, J. N.------------------ 25 South 2nd Ave., Jacksonville
Savage, Logan C. ----Kemp, Bunch & Jackson, 1320 Coast Line Bldg.,
Jacksonville
Saxlbye, Harold F.---------Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Schults, Walter -------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Smith, Albert L. --------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Smith, Ivan H. _------------------ -P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Stephens, Wlls L ------------594 S. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville
Stevens, John Pierce ------------5959 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
Stickle, George W. -----------------P.O. Box 1706, St. Augustine
Sutto James M. ----------------504 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Torbert, Came L ------------8th Floor Fletcher Bldg., Jacksonville
Van Den,, Fred C. ---------------5676 Colcord Ave., Jacksonville
Veenstra, Richard J. ---------------430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville
Warner, Robert A. ------------------917 Gilmore St., Jacksonville
Wils, Lynwood ----------------430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville

(Continued on Page 31)
THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT



































Pecan with Walnut Inlay


For your most selective clients!



You can now select from 11 elegant Inlaid Panelings!
Here's the decorative flair of Inlaid Paneling! Now available in a wide range of beautiful hardwoods!
At a new low price! Turn the page and see G-P's exciting new panelings for 1965!


EORIA-PAC IF I C


iS

i~t
VA


,,j o
fIk~




zee reverse slae oiT inis page ror color iIIusiration


Four new Georgla-Pacilic decorator anelings for 19651


G-P Inlaid Paneling
The custom look of hand-craftsmanship . at a new low price!
Only $24.95 to $31.95 (retail) for 4' x 8' V-grooved panels. The beauty
of the hardwood face veneers and inlays is protected with G-P's
Acryglas* catalyzed resin finish. This posh paneling is ideal for both
home and institutional installations. Eleven combinations: Pecan with
Walnut inlay (as featured on the reverse side of this page), Walnut
with Pecan inlay, Elm with Walnut inlay, Distressed Heirloom Cherry
with Walnut inlay (antique appearance), Select White Birch with Red
Birch inlay, Select Red Birch with White Birch inlay, Inlaid Figured
Red Gum, Fawn Amazon Maple inlay, Golden Amazon Maple inlay,
Nutmeg Amazon Maple inlay, and Autumn Amazon Maple inlay.

6-P Gold Crest Paneling
Use it the way it comes! Or stylize the panels by filling the half-inch
channels with colored tapes and metallic strips. Only $26.95 to $29.95
(retail) for 4'x8' panels. The panels have one-half inch channels
spaced between the random planks. You can fill these channels with
colored tapes or metallic strips. Metal strips slotted for shelf brackets
are also readily available. The extremely rugged Acryglas* finish re-
sists scuffs and stains--and polishes like new with a damp cloth.
Veneer patterns available are American Walnut, Distressed Heirloom
Cherry (antiqued), Golden Elm, and Pecan.


G-P Chateau Paneling
For walls higher than 8 ft.! The groove patterns run perfectly from
floor to ceiling! Only $13.44 to $21.44 (retail) for 4' x 8' panels. The
vertical grooves on every panel are extra wide-and perfectly matched.
Result: You can stack them one on top of another and have a flawless
groove from floor to ceiling. G-P's lustrous "Family Proof" multi-coat
finish protects the woods against wear. The panels are as easy to
maintain as fine furniture. Veneers feature nature's warm and beau-
tiful growth characteristics. Available in Natural or Antique Birch,
Select or Knotty Cherry, Select or Knotty Elm, Select or Knotty Oak,
Select or Knotty Pecan, Select or Knotty Walnut, and Cypress.

G-P Style IV Paneling
Last year this effect called for hand-made craftsmanship! G-P's new
Style IV Paneling is available in elegant American Black Walnut. Only
$25.98 (retail) for a 4'x8' panel. The panel creates the effect of
four-inch planks separated by "V" grooves. This effect used to call
for hand-craftsmanship--as each four-inch plank had to be installed
individually. But Georgia-Pacific has devised a new production tech-
nique that captures this traditional beauty in an easy-to-install regular
hardwood panel. And the Acryglas* finish will keep this paneling
beautiful through years of hard use.


Call for information
All new G-P panelings are 3-ply 1/4" hardwood plywood, conforming
at following GP distribution centers to requirements of CS 35-56. Sealed to minimize moisture absorption.
You can see Georgia Pacific's complete line of panelings at your
JACKSONVILLE MIAMI building material dealer or nearby G-P distribution center.
1333 Haines St. 77 N. W. 72nd St.
356-4833 758-7616

ORLANDO TAMPA
2721 Regent St. 3701 E. Columbus Drive EOR GIA PAC I F I C
293-5781 626-6107 THE GROWTH COMPANY








Contentment Or Confusion


The Choice Is Ours

By BARNARD W. HARTMAN, JR., AIA
Chairman, Governmental Relations Committee


The tremendous migration to Florida has resulted in
the state's present position as ninth in the nation in total
population. Of the 34 most populous states, Florida, in
the period 1960-63, had the highest percentage of popula-
tion growth.
The rapid expansion is even more clearly evidenced by
our current ranking as having the seventh highest dollar
volume of building construction among the 50 states.
From these facts it is clear that the total physical volume
of growth we've seen here in the past is insignificant coin-
pared to that we'll experience in our lifetime.
The prime question is whether or not this growth will
be thoughtful planned, carefully coordinated, and ade-
quately regulated.
Florida's architects are deeply concerned with whether
the coming construction explosion will enrich or degrade
our human environment. No sensitive person can look
observantly at most any aspect of our present mushroom-
ing urban development without apprehension, if not
dismay.
Whether considering the broad picture or studying
individual components more closely, far too frequently
there is evidence of disdain for both the owner's and the
public's interest. All projections indicate a continued
acceleration of the trends toward an increasingly complex
society and a constantly greater percentage of an expanding
population living in urban areas.
There is also no escaping the fact that the more closely
together we live the more our individual acts affect those
around us.
Vast, Sprawling, Divergent
Even the briefest glance at Florida's vast construction
industry (some two billion dollars annually) discloses that
it is comprised of at least five major groups with generally
divergent but interdependent interests.
First there are the owners. Second, we have the design
professions, mostly made up of the architects, engineers,
planners, interior designers, and landscape architects.
A third group is comprised of those who provide the
labor and material to translate plans into reality, namely
the builders, general contractors, specialty contractors, and
materials manufacturers and distributors.
A fourth segment primarily includes realtors, mortgage
bankers, and insurance underwriters. The last group in-
cludes building and zoning officials, health and sanitation
departments, and other regulatory agencies.
Not included in the list above but obviously also
directly affected are all those who live and work in Florida
or who travel here from out of state.
Chaos or Progress
Any realistic appraisal of our situation and projection
of the future demands that we begin taking steps immedi-
ately to organize, coordinate, and direct this juggernaut
so that it performs in the public interest rather than
trampling us in its rampage.
MARCH, 1965


Unless we act thoughtfully, our children and their
descendents will have to endure or pay many times over to
remedy our mistakes of commission and omission, just as
we now must for those previously made.
Waste and chaos rather than progress come from un-
planned, uncoordinated, unrestrained, and irresponsible
pursuit of self-interest; ample evidence of this fact is
everywhere about us.
Inferior Materials and Workmanship
In this age of rapid and revolutionary change, few
county and municipal building officials and their em-
ployees have the architectural, structural, and other edu-
cational background and experience necessary to enable
them properly to protect the public interest in their inspec-
tion of drawings and specifications. Furthermore, such
review as is made is often too brief to be adequate for this
purpose even where the examiner is technically competent.
As the constantly changing technology and materials
and methods of construction broaden our choice, they
automatically and unfortunately tend also to make more
difficult the rendering of reasonably sound judgments.
Coincidently, this technological revolution is rapidly ex-
panding our total knowledge to where it is essential further
to fragment individual responsibility if high levels of com-
petence and craftsmanship are to be possible.
One undesirable result is that it is becoming progres-
sively easier temporarily to hide the use of inferior ma-
terials and workmanship until after the typical one-year
guarantee period is past. There is ample evidence that in
virtually every component of building the vast increase in
sales of materials for speculative building is concentrated
in those products which are designed barely to outlast the
minimum guarantee.
Such diffusion and increasing complexity, incidently,.
complicate at every level the problem of quality control;
they also make it easier for the consumer to be cheated
by the quick-dollar manipulators. Inequitable economic
competition and devious, often unethical, advertising and
promotional gimmicks flourish under such conditions and
make it ever more difficult to maintain even minimum
quality standards.
Freedom is always to be cherished and preserved but
never should be permitted to be warped into automatic
license for the exploitation and rape of the public welfare.
Unqualified Opportunists
Few, if any trades, businesses, or professions exist today
wherein those ethical practitioners concerned with per-
forming their services properly are not seriously plagued by
the invasion of their fields by unqualified opportunists
masquerading as competent professionals.
Nowhere is this problem more prevalent than in the
construction industry, and both incompetents and crooks
are inevitably attracted to where activity is booming and
(Continued on Page 22)






Confusion ...
(Continued from Page 21)
regulation loose. Florida certainly qualifies as a prime
target on both counts.
A prime example of lax regulation is the fact that in
most areas of Florida, general contractors and speculative
home builders may operate
1) without any formal education;
2) without any degree of financial responsibility;
3) without any specialized education or experience;
and
4) without any examination to prove their compe-
tence.
Tangled Web of Confusion
Another major area where lack of adequate planning,
intercommunication, and coordination are slowly but sure-
ly weaving their tangled web of confusion is the prolifer-
ation of official and quasi-official bodies and regulatory
agencies with their inevitable overlapping authorities and
conflicting requirements.
Some Possibilities
Insofar as they affect building construction, Florida's
topography, subsoil conditions, pests, climatology, and
weather conditions with rare exceptions arc remarkably
homogenous and readily lend themselves to the develop-
ment of a single building code which could with few ex-
ceptions be adopted uniformly by each city and county as
their need arises.
The costs of properly testing and impartially evaluating
new materials and methods of construction are tremendous
(and will undoubtedly become more so), but only in this



No matter how you look at it,

phone wiring still looks best

when you can't see it.

So plan ahead

for plenty of telephone outlets

and enough public phones.

Call our Architects'

and Builders' Representative

while you're still in

the blueprint stage.

Southern Bell
...Serving You


way can sound improvements be recognized and accom-
modated. Such a state code could, with less cost and far
superior results, be kept up to date so that we could benefit
more fully from the blessings of automation and the tech-
nological revolution we are just beginning.
Without constant, impartial study and revision, build-
ing codes generally arc needlessly restrictive as a result of
their antiquity and sometimes because of the pressure-
tactics of self-serving, limited interests.
There arc of course many other problems, large and
small and too numerous to list here that would logically
fall within the province of an industry-wide Interim Legis-
lative Study Committee and which could best be resolved
there.
For example, there certainly is need for continuing
study of the Mechanics' Lien Law developed by a similar
study committee two years ago to insure continued suc-
cessful and equitable operation of the law.
The Path Ahead
We all are in truth interdependent; our success will be
measured as much by our dedication to intercommunica-
tion and collective enlightenment as it is by our devotion
to our individual duty.
Creation by the 1965 Legislature of an industry-wide
Interim Legislative Study Committee to bring together the
various segments of the Florida construction industry is
the best path toward solution of the many problems
involved.
With this step the Legislature can insure the greatest
contribution toward the creation of a human environment
which will make the best and most economical use of our
not unlimited resources and at the same time inspire
delight and contentment in the lives of all those who live
or travel in our state.































...
'~ :i:":
ii
~:i ::.
r: i
: : .rjz~iu:
i


POLITE AT SAINT ANDREW'S COLLEGE/NAR
SOLITE J.COILEI./N. CAROLI NA


The vast educational complex of St. Andrew's College
in Laurinburg will represent a 50 million dollar outlay
when complete. Already, millions have been spent on 13
sleekly modern buildings, all beautifully scaled to the low
lying terrain.
Solite-for lightweight structural concrete, masonry
units or both-plays a prominent part in each of these
buildings. And it gets "top grades" for its many contribu-
tions to college life.
Solite's light weight holds down labor and material


costs, speeds up construction, sacrifices nothing in strength
and durability. Its built-in insulative value cuts the costs of
heating and cooling, contributes to a pleasant, year 'round
climate. It is sound absorbent-reducing room noise up
to 50%. And it is fire resistant.
These are important features in educational construc-
tion. Equally important, Solite offers the architect classic
beauty and great versatility of design ... the ideal mate-
rial for today's functional and imaginative architectural
solutions.


Lightweight Masonry Units and Structural Concrete
Atlantic Coast Line Building, Jacksonville, Fla.





a &A


SUPER-SAFE

there's no match for



electric

In homes, apartments and commercial
installations, the trend toward blameless
electric water heaters is steadily mounting,
They are a big hit with everyone
-and rightly so!
Flameless and fumeless .. so no vents or
flues are required. They can be safely
tucked away anywhere ... in space that
might otherwise be wasted.
Flameless and fumeless . free from soot,
odors and greasy fuel-film that can
smudge walls, ceilings and furnishings.


Flameless and fumeless.
carefree dependability an
peace of mind. There is
open burner or constant-
burning pilot flame.


..for
d precious I .
no
-M


A jf '


SUPER-FAST

flameless
/**...............*e*.....


r heaters

Electric heating elements put all their heat
into the water and none is wasted up a
flue. Electric water heaters are completely
sealed. The "wrap-around blanket" of
insulation hoards heal in and prevents
rapid cooling. No other water healer
can be completely insulated.
Electric water heaters ha\e a much longer
life than the flame-type because there
is no "hot spot" to burn out. The
tank bottom is not subjected to the
corrosive action of flames.
More than a million Florida families have
switched to the modern, flameless way of
heating water ... for the cleanliness,
safety, convenience, efficiency
and economy which only
electricity can best provide.

)6/- "


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT


L





































/,tJ


MARCH, 1965


JI&I ii;


'"
",,,
-~,:rtr
**
..
; ~


wv -f


:':::r
..., ' :1.






I' iii
i







Concrete units... precast with speed and savings


...using new Trinity White "High Early"

,M Architects ... seeking unlimited flexibility
in shape and color... are using white
precast concrete units in more and more
buildings. They are also using these units
in larger sizes to obtain speed and economy
in installation.
Casting...once something of a problem
with large units... is simplified by the
use of new Trinity White High Early
Strength Cement. With "High Early,"
fewer forms are required because they
can be stripped earlier.

"V IN INDIANA ... Because of a tight pro-
duction schedule, the precast white con-
crete panels for the Union Federal
Savings and Loan Association Building
in Indianapolis had to be produced on a
daily basis. According to the manu-
facturer, "After 18 hours in the form,
the panels, made of new Trinity White
UNION = :. High Early, had sufficient strength to
CONSULTANTS: BANK BUILDING AND EQUIPMENT CORPORATION OF AMERICA. ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI ARCHI- or warping. There were also fifteen
TECTS: W. F. CANN COMPANY, ST. LOUIS MISSOURI CONCRETE UNITS: AMERICAN PRECAST CONCRETEm white, exposed aggregate, folded plate
INC.. A DIVISION OF READY MIXED CONCRETE CORPORATION, INDIANAPOULIS, INDIANA. roof members, 47' long and weighing 8
tons each, that were produced on a
CREDITS: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, MISSOULA. MONTANA ARCHITECTS: NARAMORE, BAIN. BRADY daily schedule. These units formed the
& JOHANSON. SEATTLE. WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE ARCHITECTS: FOX, BALLAS AND BARROW. MISSOULA,
MONTANA 0 GENERAL CONTRACTOR: SLETTEN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, GREAT FALLS. MONTANA ceiling for the directors' room on the
"STRUCTURAL TREES": UNITED PRESTRESS. INC.. GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. top floor.

IN MONTANA ... The principal struc-
tural and design features of the First
National Bank Building in Missoula are
concrete "trees" which form the column-
panel section. These structural units
were cast in fibre-glass forms... one
per day per form... using Trinity White
High Early Strength Cement and white
quartz aggregate. The columns support
87' prestressed beams that clear-span
the building.







HIGH EARLY
_i STRENGTH
;P PORTLAND
CEMENT -


GENERAL PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY
E1etos: ChIcago, Illinois Chattanooga, Tennessee. DaIs, Texas Fort Worth. Texas. Houston. Texas Fredonla. Kansas WHITE
Fort Wayne, Indiana Jackson, Michigan Kansas City Tampa, Florida Miami. Florida Los Angeles. California o
26 THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT






74e 1965 degldatie Prog am...




The Florida Association of Architects of



The American Institute of Architects


By uniting the architects of Florida, the Florida Association of Architects of the AIA seek to
make the profession of ever-increasing service to society through advancement of the standards of archi-
tectural practice, training, and education.
To accomplish these objectives, leaders of the design professions join with other segments of
Florida's vast construction industry to promote wise measures for the general good, and to prevent un-
wise legislative and administrative acts affecting construction.
Thus united with fellow professionals and associates in the construction industry, architects speak
effectively, not so much because of the number of votes represented, as because of the special knowledge
and professional judgment of those speaking.


What We Favor
During the 1965 session of the Florida Legislature the FAA/AIA will promote the following
things, believing them to be wise measures for the common good:

We favor Establishment of an Interim Legislative Study Committee.
The FAA/AIA favors the establishment by the Florida Legislature of a comprehensive interim
study committee to coordinate the efforts of the various segments of the construction industry so as to
further the best interests of building owners and the general public.
To an increasing extent, the construction industry has become the concern not only of individ-
ual clients, but also of the public and of government. The FAA/AIA urges the Florida Legislature
to take cognizance of the importance of the construction industry in the Florida economy, and to
establish a comprehensive interim study committee in the public interest.
Among matters urgently in need of study by such a committee are 1) building codes, and 2)
professional responsibility.
In a state frequently visited by hurricanes, there is imperative need to promote public safety
through the application of reasonable building standards and codes in the rapidly developing
areas beyond municipal boundaries.
And the rising tide of litigation stemming from the use of materials and techniques which do
not perform as expected indicates the pressing need to clarify the individual responsibility of owners,
design professionals, manufacturers, and contractors. Several states, including Illinois, have recently
enacted legislation in this field.

We Favor Enactment of a Contractors Certification Law.
The FAA/AIA favors enactment by the Florida Legislature of a state-wide certification law for
general contractors.
There is continuing need in Florida to provide protection for building owners and the general
(Continued on Page 28)
MARCH, 1965 27






Legislative Program ...
(Continued from Page 27)
public against irresponsible persons masquerading as qualified builders. Such a law has been under
study for several years by the Joint Cooperative Council of Florida.

We Favor State Registration For Landscape Architects,
The FAA/AIA favors enactment by the Florida Legislature of a state regulatory act for land-
scape architects to protect the public by requiring high standards of professional competence as a pre-
requisite to practice.
Other design professions such as architecture and engineering are thus regulated, and the pub-
lic interest would be served if the practice of landscape architecture were regulated in a similar
manner.

We favor Review of the New Florida Lien Law.
The FAA/AIA favors the review of the new Florida lien law in the light of state-wide experi-
ence gained in the two years since its passage by the Legislature.
This basic Florida law, the product of careful study by an Interim Legislative Study Committee
participated in by major segments of the construction industry, needs review to determine what
minor modifications can and should be made to increase its usefulness.


What We Oppose
Likewise, during the 1965 session of the Florida Legislature the FAA/AIA will oppose the fol-
lowing things, believing them to be unwise and contrary to the public interest.

We Oppose Extension of Exemptions to the Architectural Registration Act.
The FAA/AIA will oppose as not in the public interest any effort on the part of any person or
group seeking to legalize their counterfeiting operations by amending the architectural registration act
to exempt them from its provisions.
Those who seek to change the present act ask for professional status without professional ac-
countability. They argue, in effect, that counterfeit architectural service is better than genuine
architectural service because it is cheaper. And they insist, just as boot-leggers are said to do, that
they must have "relief" from enforcement of laws enacted to promote the health, safety, and wel-
fare of all citizens.

We Oppose Lowering of Professional Qualifications.
The FAA/AIA will oppose as not in the public interest any effort to lower the high professional
standards required by the present architectural registration act.
Those who seek to gain professional status without possessing professional qualifications or as-
suming professional responsibility would have us believe that ability to draw is the only qualifica-
tion necessary. This is like arguing that because a doctor writes prescription, penmanship is the
only qualification a doctor needs.

We Oppose Expansion by Government of Architectural Bureaus.
The FAA/AIA will oppose as not in the public interest the expansion of state or county archi-
tectural bureaus.
We recognize that government at all levels is a major client of the profession. Furthermore, we
recognize that such a client needs continuing professional advice in its construction programs. But
we are convinced that in terms of design quality, construction cost, and professional services, the
use of the talents and abilities of architects in private practice is nearly always preferable to the
bureaucratic approach.

THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT








CPd/ontusrIan*sf psing pfoornmane!

This magnificent stage made from Alger-Deck serves the theater in Mobile's new twelve-
million-dollar auditorium complex. The edge-grain, laminated planks of long leaf pine
are good for the life of the building because they've been treated by the new CELLON
process at Alger-Sullivan. Developed by Koppers Company, Inc., the remarkable CELLON
pressure treatment saturates every cell of the wood with penta, the proven preservative.
For Mobile this means the best possible guarantee for a healthy
stage floor, always free from dry-rot, decay and insect attack.
Superior strength... golden beauty... and the armor of CELLON
... all play a role in Alger-Deck's continuing performance. See
the other side of this page for additional technical data and the
man to call for more information.
Right: Aerial view of new auditorium complex in Mobile, Ala.






































TECHNICAL INFORMATION ON CELLON TREATMENT AND ALGER-SULLIVAN PRODUCTS


CELLON TREATMENT: Developed by Koppers Company,
Inc., of Pittsburgh, Pa., this process is considered the
first real jre a.thr.,ii, in wood-preserving techniques
in nearly 100 years. it:it rhour pressure treatment
utilizes the proven preservative, pentachlorophenol,
with liquid petroleum gas as the carrier for 100% pene-
tration. The treatment results in wood that is dry, odor-
less, paintable, and without variations in dimension or
weight. After treatment, the product is free from raised
grain, can be made water repellent and may be lami-
nated. Dry penta crystals, deposited by the CELLON
process, are water insoluble and non-volatile and thus
give permanent protection against decay and insect
attack. Alger-Sullivan tests all treated materials for
retention of .3 pounds of penta per cubic foot, which
is recommended under Federal Specification TT-W-571g.

LONGLEAF YELLOW PINE: All Alger-Sullivan decking
and flooring products are produced from the very finest
dense, olIJ _r.-..'.I, long leaf yellow pine. This means a
minimum average count of six annual growth rings per
inch and not less than one-third summerwood. Altr,. it
FHA accepts a 1200 "f" r._,ilr, minimum in the #2 grade
yellow pine, Alger consistently supplies its distributors
with stock graded at a minimum of 1750 "f" rating or
above, by SPIB standards. Acceptable moisture content


after kiln drying 48 hours at 155 ranges -. to 14':-.
depending on end use of product. Alger-Sullivan con-
tinues to harvest from the world's largest remaining
stands of coi.J roll, longleaf . almost unbelievable
forests in the Alger lands of south Alabama.

ALGER-DECK: Edge grain, longleaf yellow pine, electro-
nically laminated from one to two inch finer i-orte.
strips, can be formed to most any width for bleacher
seats, truck and boxcar decking, loading ramps and
flooring planks for auditoriums and stages. Available
with or without CELLON treatment. The treatment locks
the penta crystals in the wood and thus cannot con-
taminate merchandise transported in boxcars without
separate containers.

BOWLING ALLEY FLOORING: Special bowling alley
pattern flooring strips 1-1/4" x 3" in random lenarin
Only the finest longleaf yellow pine selected and cut to
expose the dense edge grain as a wearing surface. Alger
is the world's largest producer of dense, longleaf pine
bowling alley fiu.,irng-as used in Brunswick and other
:- *. .11', lanes the world over.

For more information write or pick up the phone and ask
for Mabry Dozier, (305) 256-3456 in Century, Florida.


ALGER-SULLIVAN COMPANY







Con't. Jacksonville Chapter


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES


Bochiardy, Howard B. ----------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Boyer, David B. ---------------1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Creamer, John M. --------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Crenshaw, Edgar M. ---------------237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Cummer, Wellington W. ----- 1616 Barnett Nat'l Bank, Jacksonville
Darby, Robert F. --------- -------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Dyal, John Wesley ---------- -- 360 Beach Ave., Atlantic Beach
Gallagher, Walter J., Jr. -------- 2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Garland, James L ---------------2303 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville
Goodwin, Robert C. -------------_204 West 42nd St., Jacksonville
Gustafson, Russell ----------------------764 May St, Jacksonville
Harms, Joseph B. .-----------605 First Fed. Svgs. Bldg., Jacksonville
Karig, Richard Douglas ----752 Hawthorne Ave., Ilmhurst, III., 60126
Kellam, Billy W. ----------------1621 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville
Leuthold, Duane W. ---------------- 764 May St., Jacksonville
Masters, Ronald Joseph ----------5557 Arlington Road, Jacksonville


McCully, Faunce R., Jr. __%Harry Burns, Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville
Mclntyre, Byron ---------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Morgan, Don R. ---------------------Box 57, Keystone Heights
Parks, W. John III ------------------ 325 Main St., Jacksonville
Pearson, Richard W., Jr.------------ 5233 Vassar Road, Jacksonville
Shepard, Herschel E., Jr. -----------2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Shumer, Frank D. ------------------3362 Sylvia St., Jacksonville
Smith, Allen H. --- ---------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Snead, J. Douglas, Jr. ------------ 1805 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Taylor, Walter Q. ------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Thorsen, H. S., Jr. ---------Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Tillinger, Jerry D. -------- _----1611 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Urbanus, Dan ---------------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Washer, Norman --------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Wise, Robert C. -----------------1943 Rayben Drive, Jacksonville
Woolverton, Robert D. -------------2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville


ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Baker, Channing, Jr. ------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville Undelow, Craig W. --------Planning Board, Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville
Hapsis, George E. ----------4250 Camellia Circle, East, Jacksonville Maclean, De Wtt Bruen------------ 2017 Catlin Drive, Jacksonville
Harris, WllIam K. ---------504th MI Det., APO 326, New York, N.Y. Nelson, John P., Jr. -----------2535 Patsy Anne Drive, Jacksonville
Hawkins, William ------.------- 1417 Mapleton Road, Jacksonville Seymour, Edward B. ------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Herndon, Felix -------------------1417 Mapleton Road, Jacksonville Shmmons, William B. ---------------- Schultz Bldg., Jacksonville
Holman, Nathan A. -------------268 University Blvd., Jacksonville Sizemore, James E. ----------------4029 Rodby Drive, Jacksonville
Hull, Homer, Jr. --------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville Smith, John V. --------------------1782 Mayfair Rd., Jacksonville
LeGate, Frank Mlton, III --------.1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville








Mid-Florida Chapter

OFFICERS
President ... .Harold Johnson Secretary .. Don Hampton
Vice President ... .Wythe D. Sims, II Treasurer ...... Clifford W. Wright, Jr.


CHAPTER DIRECTORS
Robert B. Murphy
Lyle P. Fugleberg
William A. Cox


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Anglin, Lawrence L ------- ------- 3014 Corrine Drive, Orlando
Arthur, Allen E., Jr. --------------- 305 N. Fern Ck. Ave., Orlando
Bannon, Lucas E. ---------------------Reservoir Lake, Sanford
Burton, John A. IV ----------------------P.O. Box 900, Sanford
Cox, William A. ------------------305 N. Fern Ck. Ave., Orlando
DeLoe, F. Earl ------------------------- P.O. Box 7518, Orlando
DeLee, John P. ------------------------P.O. Box 7518, Orlando
Dye, John Edward ------------------646 W. Colonial Dr., Orlando
Fugleberg, Lyle P. ---------------700 West Fairbanks, Winter Park
Hampton, Don ----------------------P.O. Box 953, Winter Park
Hatton, L. Alex ---------------------------- Box 6367, Orlando
Hendrick, Charles L. ---------------------56 East Amelia, Orlando
Hitt, Laurence W. .--------------189 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Tom Hunton ----------------------235 Whittier Cir., Orlando
Johnson, Harold --------------------P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Langley, John B. ----------------- P.O. Box 796, Winter Park
Lovelock, Ralph P. -----------------145 Lincoln Ave., Winter Park


Murphy, Robert ----------------1210 Edgewater Drive, Orlando
Owles, Fred G., Jr. ---------------1401 Edgewater Drive, Orlando
Rogers, James Gamble -----. ---- 145 Lincoln Ave., Winter Park
Rogers, Richard Boone -----------------511 N. Mills St., Orlando
Schweler, Niles M. ---------- 206 Park Ave., South, Winter Park
Sheehy, Frank -------------206 Park Ave., South, Winter Park
Shifalo, Joseph M. ----- --------110 East Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Sims, Wythe Davis II, _-----------1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park
Stiggins, Hill ----------.-------.---- __729 N. Thornton, Orlando
Tuttle, George A., Jr.------.----. 1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park
Warriner, ClIfford H. ---------116 Park Avenue South, Winter Park
Watson, John T. ------------------------P.O. Box 8006, Orlando
Webb, Robert I., Jr. ---------------------P.O. Box 967, Maitland
Whitworth, Henry P. -------------------- Box 685, Winter Park
Williams, Charles F. -------------110 East Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Wilson, Mark Leonard ------------------Box 302, Winter Park
Wright, Clifford W. ------------185 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Harter, William ----------------------P.O. Dr. 236, Winter Park Ostrander, Richard J. ------------------3413 Jamison Dr., Apopka
Heasley, Wayne D. ------- ---- 1401 Edgewater Drive, Orlando Tabb, Creighton Jr. ------------------7516 Lovely Lane, Orlando
Kelly, Robert B. ---------------------513 W. Colonial, Orlando Unkefer, Earl C. ---------------------56 E. Park Lake, Orlando
Lotspelch, Lowell L. --------------235 Knowles Ave., Winter Park


ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Freelove, Dale ---- -- ----- 250 Chase Ave., Winter Park Luke, Leroy M. -------------------1500 Roscomare Ave., Orlando
Goodwin, David L. ------------- 1008 Dupont Ave., Winter Park Pierce, Robert M. ----------------P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Helman, Alan C. ------------------411 North Fern Creek, Orlando Shivers, Claude M. -------------- 2838 Lionheart Rd., Winter Park
Klein, Bernard --------------------- Rt. 1, Box 828, Longwood (Continued on Page 82)
MARCH, 1965 31








Brevard County Section Mid-Florida Chapter


OFFICE
President .. . . ..... Joe Williams
Vice President . . .Rhoderic F. Taylor


Secretary -
Treasurer Ernest Wolfman


CORPORATE MEMBERS
Benito, Frank ---------------------- 2507 N. Cocoa Blvd., Cocoa Taylor,'Rhoderic F. -------------------Route 2, Box 69, Melbourne
Poynter, Raymond L., Jr. -------- 1673 Harbor City Blvd., Eau Gallie Williams, Joe -------------------- 1375 Cypress Ave., Eau Gallie
Snell, Walter S. ----------------_--960 S. Shannon Ave., Indialantic Wolfman, Ernest ------- -- P.O. Box 1134, Merritt Island
Stagg, Richard T. --------------------P.O. Box 1151, Cocoa Beach

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Alien, Clyde Allen ------------ 350 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach Juhn, William L. ---------------100 No. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach
D'Amico, Henry _--------_--------___ Box 262, Merritt Island Thompson, Donald E. P.O. Box 458, Titusville
Hoxie, Jeffe Gene ---- -------------- 1417 Dixon Blvd., Cocoa Levin, Richard S. ------------ ---504 Delannoy Ave., Cocoa

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
Melvin, James T. -- --- 2353 Pineapple Ave., Eau Gallie Murphree, Hoyt Jr. ----------------- 464 Thomas Dr., Eau Gallie







Palm Beach Chapter


OFFICE
President . . . ... Jack Willson, Jr.
Vice President . . ... .John B. Marion


Secretary . . ... .. .Richard B. Pryor
Treasurer . . ... .. .Howarth Lewis


CHAPTER DIRECTORS
Rudolph M. Arsenicos
Kenardon Spina

CORPORATE MEMBERS


Armstrong, Donald E. ----------------------Rt. 1, Box 583, Stuart
Arsenicos, Rudolph M. -------405 South Wind Drive, No. Palm Beach
Ashley, James -------------- 235 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Bennett, Ames _------------- 361 So. County Road, Palm Beach
Blake, Robert F. ---------- 1045 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Braldo, Robert H. --------------------1610 Flagler Blvd., Lake Park
Brainard, William W. ------------206 Arlington Rd., W. Palm Beach
Caler, Kemp --------------------378 So. County Road, Palm Beach
Chilton, Howard --------------- 446 Brazilian Ave., Palm Beach
Citron, Robert W. ----------------------P.O. Box 790, Palm Beach
Clark, Phillips L. --------------6010 S. Olive Ave., W. Palm Beach
Cone, Chester A. ---- --- ---------216 N.W. 16th St., Belle Glade
Conn, Robbins L. -------------- 322 N.W. 16th St., Delray Beach
Davis, George C. ----------1100 S. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach
Duff, Dillard --------------- 833 Biscayne Dr., W. Palm Beach
Dugger, John E. ----------- 1200 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Duncan, Ellis C. ---------------- P.O. Box 695. Vero Beach
Edge, Donald R. ------------------- Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach
Fernau, Herman E ---------645 So. Military Trail, West Palm Beach
Fuller, Reed B. --- ----------240 Ashworth Rd., W. Palm Beach
Ginocchlo, Stephen J. ---- -------Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach
Hammond, Herrick C. ----- -----P.O. Box 855, Delray Beach
Hanna, Richard T. ----------- 524 N.E. 2nd St., Delray Beach
Harding, Henry K. --------318 Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach
Holley, Maurice E. ------- 601 N. Flagler Court, W. Palm Beach
Jacobson, Kenneth ----------------- Boyd Bldg., Delray Beach
Johnson, William R. ---------- --- Wyeth Bldg., Palm Beach
Kessler, Frederick W. ---------------361 S. County Rd., Palm Beach
Lewis, Howarth -----------------324 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Marion. John B. ------------ 230 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
McCall, Howard E. ------------- 211 S.E. 1st Ave., Boca Raton
McKinley, Paul A. ------- -----301 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton
Moe, Ralph S., Jr. --- --------1622 North J. Terrace, Lake Worth
Nell, Sidney K. --------------------P.O. Box 1065, Nassau, B.W.I.
Newstead, Robert --------- ----531 North Palmway, Lake Worth

PROFESSIONAL
Baber, Dwight R. ---------------- 604 Hudson Rd., W. Palm Beach
Barrows, Timothy H. --------110 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd., Boca Raton
Henderson, Paul B. ----- --------------P.O. Box 1792, Stuart
Lane, Ronald L. _--- ----------2912 Bayless Dr., Huntsville, Ala.
32


Obst, Emily V. -------------- 214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Obst, Harold ----------------214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Ogren, Samuel, Jr. 7------------- 7 N.E. 5th Ave., Delray Beach
Pachner, Edmond A. -------_---307 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Peacock, Carroll R. __---------324 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Plockelman, Raymond H. ----------230 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Pope, Henry V. --------------- 310 N.E. 8th St., Delray Beach
Powell, Jefferson N. ----- -----361 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Pryor, Richard E. ----- ----------------P.O. Box 445, Stuart
Richardson, Robert --------------Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach
Robinson, James W., Jr. _-- --------7 So. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth
Robison, David V. --- --------------1837 20th St., Vero Beach
Robson. Norman ....----------2025 Okeechobee Rd., W. Palm Beach
Roll, Robert E. .- -------------184 S.E. 1st Ave., Boca Raton
Ronfeldt, Victor -------- -------------P.O. Box 867, Jupiter
Rosmarin, Herbert P. ---- --------------P.O. Box 445, Stuart
Scoville, David B. -----225 Fern St., W. Palm Beach
Seizer, Gerhard A. --- ---------1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
Shoup, John T., Jr. --- -------301 N. Federal Hwy.. Boca Raton
Shriver, David S. --------------107 N. County Rd., Palm Beach
Simon, Roy M. ---- ------------94 N.E. 5th Ave., Delray Beach
Simonson, Bryon ----- ---------- 234 Plaza Circle, Palm Beach
Smith, Hillard T. 1-- ---------1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
Spina, Kenardon --------- 2028 Worthington Ave., W. Palm Beach
Stetson, John ------ --------- 249 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach
Taylor, William C. -- ------------1020 Miracle Mile, Vero Beach
Toth, Charles E. ------------ 1219 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Upthegrove, William R. --------230 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Volk, John L. --- --------------206 Plaza Circle, Palm Beach
Votaw, George J. --- -------210 Okeechobee Rd., W. Palm Beach
Wening, Robert W., Jr. --------321 Northlake Blvd., N. Palm Beach
Willison, Jack, Jr. ----------225 Potter Road. West Palm Beach
Wortman, Edgar 5. ---------- 1122 North Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth
Wyeth, Marion Simms --------------Wyeth Bldg., Palm Beach


ASSOCIATES
LaThomas, J. Raymond ---------230 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Lawrence, C. Eugene --------- 2013 Ardmore Road, W. Palm Beach
Rise, Walter B. --------------------- 537 Williams St., Tallahassee
Schwab. Ronald D. ------------ 724 Evergreen Dr., Lake Park
THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT














Alphabetical Listing Of FAA Members


KEY: C-Corporate PA-Professional Associate A-Associate
F-FAIA; E-Emeritus


Abele, Robert C. (C) --.c/o Herbert H. Johnson Assoc., 1812 K. St.,
NW, Washington, D. C.
Abramovitz, Maurice (C) ----------345 N.E. 107 St.. Miami Springs
Abrams, Milton (C) -----. c/o Norman Giller & Assoc, 975 Arthur
Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Adams, Franklin 0. (C) (F) (E) _.-__921 S. Orleans Ave., Tampa
Adams, John F. (C) --------- --- P.O. Box 214, Madison
Albert, John J. (A) ------- ----------1321 Murray, Clearwater
Albert, LeRoy K. (C) ------____ Board of Regents, Architect's Office,
101 W. Gaines St., Tallahassee
Alfano, Frank A. (A) ------------- P.O. Box 1307, Clearwater
Alfonso, Carlos E. (C) ---------------7012 Conifer Drive, Tampa
Alfonso, Cesar P. (PA) ------ ------7012 Conifer Drive. Tampa
Alford, James Donald (C) -------- 3250 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Allen, Bartle J. (A) ----_---- 4061 Ventura Ave., Coconut Grove
Allen, Clyde A. (PA) ---------350 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach
Allen, Marvin (A) ----- ------------PO. Box 2158, Pensacola
Allen, Robert L (A) -------1020 -41st Ave. North, St. Petersburg
Amlin, Thor (C) ---------918 East Las Olas Blvd.. Ft. Lauderdale
Andrews, William D. (A) __-------___1901 N.W. 88th Terr., Miami
Anglin, Lawrence L. (C) ------------- 3014 Corrin Drive, Orlando
Anson, Herbert L. (C) ---------19 N.E. 3rd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Arango, Jorge (C) ----------3141 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
Armstrong, Donald E (C) ------------------ Rt. 1, Box 583, Stuart
Arnett, William T. (C) ----------2105 N.W. 3rd Place, Gainesville
Arnold, Scott B. (C) ------------- 7550 Red Road, South Miami
Arsenicos, Rudolph M. (C) .- 405 So. Wind Drive, North Palm Beach
Arthur, Allen E. Jr. (C) ---------- 305 N. Fern Ck. Ave, Orlando
Ashley, James (C) -----_------- 235 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Asine, George W. (A) --------124-33 Deerfield Rd., Savannah, Ga.
Athan, Demetrlos J. (C) -------------825 S. MacDill, Tampa
Atkinson, Carl N. Jr. (C) -------- 205 3rd St. So., St. Petersburg
Atwater, Montgomery (C) ----- ------5801 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Aubel, Lynn A. (PA) .------. 2931 S.W. 13th Court, Ft. Lauderdale


Baber, Dwight R. (PA) -------- 604 Hrdson Rd., West Palm Beach
Baber, W. E. (A) _-- ------------- 606 NE Ist St., Gainesville
Bail, Frank W. (C) (E) -------------_P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers
Bail, George H. (C) ------- ---------P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers
Bailey, Fred J. (A) ------------- 421 N. Wild Olive, Daytona Beach
Baker, Channing Jr. (A) ------- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Baker, Richard A. (PA) --------- 316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale
Bannister, Turpin C. (F) (C) __------Coll. of Arch. 6 Fine Arts,
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Bannon, Lucas E. (C) -__------------Reservoir Lake, Sanford
Barnett, Richard (A) --------- 2931 Bridgeport Ave., Coconut Grove
Barret, Leslie M. (C) --- -------------Box 206, Marathon Shores
Barrett, Pearce L. (C) ------------- P.O. Box 1146, Tallahassee
Barrows, C. Storrs (F) (C) --------- 615 Palmer Bank Bldg., Sarasota
Barrows, Timothy H. (PA) -.. 110 E. Palmetto Pk. Rd., Boca Raton
Barth, Alf Otto (C) ------------__---- P.O. Box 271, Orlando
Bauchspies, Clarence M. (C) _--------473 3rd St. South, Naples
Baxter, Edward H. (C) ------ _----- 315 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami
Beall, Eric Donald H. (A) --_-----------807 W. Kirby, Tampa
Bean, William R. (C) -----------513 E. Fairfield Drive, Pensacola
Bell, Lowry M. (C) ------- -------6703 S.W. 130th Terr., Miami
Benda, Charles (C) -.. Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee
Benito, Frank (C) -------- ------ 2507 No. Cocoa Blvd., Cocoa
Bennett, Ames (C) --------- 361 So. County Road, Palm Beach
Bennett, George L. (PA) --------3215 N. Ocean Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Bennett, Josh C., Jr. (C) --------5250 N.E. 15th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Benton, Felix (C) --------510 Bon Aire Ave., Temple Terr., Tampa
Bernardo, Joseph R. (C) ---- -----------5905 N. Rome, Tampa
Betts, Wayne (PA) -- Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee
Bigoney, William F. (C) -------316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale
Blacker, Joseph E. (C) ------ 2 Fairview Blvd., Fort Myers Beach
Blais, Joseph R., Jr. (C) --------1137 Florida Ave., Daytona Beach
Blake, Robert F. (C) -------1045 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Blanton, McAllister (C) -----------3637 Henderson Blvd., Tampa
Block, Samuel S. (C) -------------_11101 S.W. 88th Ct., Miami
Blocker, William M., Jr. (C) ---- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Blohm, Carl H. (C) --------------1258 S.W. Third St., Miami
Boardman, Robert E. (C) ----------_ P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
MARCH, 1965


Bochlardy, Howard B. (PA) ----------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Bodo, Matthew (C) ----- 1297 Eden Isle Blvd., N.E., St. Petersburg
Boerema, Robert J. (C) -..Johnson Assoc., 550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Boyer, David B. (PA) ----------- 1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Braden, Philip (C) ----------------- 1531 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami
Bradley, Paul M., Jr. (C) --- 4896 N.E. 20th Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Braldo, Robert H. (C) _----------1610 Flagler Blvd., Lake Park
Brainard, William W. (C) ---- 206 Arlington Road, West Palm Beach
Branch, Dan P. (C) --------Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville
Branch, James E. (C) -----------University of Miami, Coral Gables
Breldenbach, William F. (C) _202 S. Lockmoor Ave., Temple Terrace,
Tampa
Bremerman, F. Hugh (C) -----------696 5th Ave. South, Naples
Brickert, John T. (C) .---- 6018 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville
Bright, Blaxton Lamar (C) --------------P.O. Box 48, Lakeland
Broadfoot, Robert A. Jr. --------5557 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
Brodeur, V E., Jr. (C) ------------909 Brookside Drive, Clearwater
Broward, Charles S., Jr. (C) --------- 6611 Tarrega St., Coral Gables
Broward, Robert C. (C) __--------------P.O. Box 37, Mandarin
Brown, Henry E., Jr. (C) --- --------17639 S. Dixie Hwy., Perrine
Brown, Robert H. (C) ---- ----------Capitol Bldg., Tallahassee
Bruce, James Y. (C) ------- 939 Beach Drive N.E., St. Petersburg
Brumer, Michael (A) __--------------2123 Floyd St., Sarasota
Bruno, Thomas A. (C) (E) -----------8300 Old Cutler Road, Miami
Bryson, Joseph H. (C) -----------.111 W. Adams St., Jacksonville
Bucky, Fred W., Jr. (C) --------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Bullard, James (P) --------------_ P.O. Box 1146, Tallahassee
Bullock, Ellis W., Jr. (C) _-------101 W. Wright Street, Pensacola
Bunch, Franklin S. (F) (C) -- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Burnham, Herbert M. (C) -- 1447 Alta Vista Dr., Vista, Calnfornia
Burns, Cecil B. (C) -----------Box B, Winn-Dixie, Jacksonville
Burns, Harry E., Jr. (C) --------- 1402 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville
Burton, John A., IV (C) -------------- P.O. Box 900, Sanford
Butt, Arnold F. (C) ---- 306 Tigert Hall, Univ. of Fla., Gainesville


Caler, Kemp (C) -------------378 So. County Road, Palm Beach
Cameron, Douglas A. (C) __-4735 Shore Acres Blvd., St. Petersburg
Campbell, Arthur L., Jr. (C) ---- 603 N.E. 1st Street, Gainesville
Channing, Jules (C) _------------- 71 N.W. 54th St., Miami
Chappell, Logan (C) ---------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Chilton, Howard (C) --------------446 Brazilian Ave., Palm Beach
Chorowski, Molses (A) --------- 930 -10th Street, Miami Beach
Church, James H. (C) ----------------543 N.E. 67th Street, Miami
Cigahn, Arnold W. (C) -----------13107 Taliaferro Ave., Tampa
Citron, Robert W. (C) --------------P.O. Box 790, Palm Beach
Clark, Robert W. (C) --_----------101 N.W. 12th Ave., Miami
Clark, Phillips L. (E) (C) ----6010 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach
Clayton, R. William, Jr. (C) --- 915 N.E. 125th St., North Miami
Clements, James E. (C) --------1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Clemons, Joseph N. (C) -------------536 N. Monroe, Tallahassee
Close, David M. (C) ------------_ 1805 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Coggan, Joseph (C) -----------------606 Court St., Clearwater
Cohen, Stuart (C) ----------------7765 S.W. 142nd St., Miami
Cole, Richard E. (PA) --------- 2607 N.E. 13th St., Fort Lauderdale
Collins, Sydney J. (C) --------------1532 Dolphin St., Sarasota
Colwell, Charles L. (C) ----- 4500 Lakeview Ave., So., St. Petersburg
Cone, Chester A. (C) -------- --- 216 N.W. 16th St., Belle Glade
Conklin, Spencer R., Jr. (A) ...P.O. Box 961, Riverside Sta., Miami
Conn, Robbins L. (C) ------------322 N.W. 16th St., Delray Beach
Conner, Evan J (A) --- --------- 1104-4th St., Daytona Beach
Coons, Herbert, Jr. (C) _-----------850 May St., Jacksonville
Cooper, Kenneth G. (A) ---------P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Corbella, Juan (C) ---------1-8201 N.W. 52nd Ave., Opa-Locka
Cotterman, Charles (PA) --------- 1711 Columbus Blvd., Coral Gables
Cox, William A. (C) ------------305 N. Fern Ck. Ave., Irlando
Coxen, Forrest R. (C) -- -------------Avant Bldg., Tallahassee
Craft, Chester L., Jr. (C) --------Board of Control, FSU Maintenance
Bldg., Tallahassee
Craig, Francis W. (C) ------- 414 No. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach
Crain, Edward E. (C) ------ _----- 4515 S.W. 95th Ave., Miami
Crawford, William G. (C) --------2114 N.E. 21st St., Ft. Lauderdale
Creager, Bruce (A) ---------------- 1672 -10th St., Sarasota

33







Creamer, John M. (PA) --------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Crenshaw, Edgar M. (PA) .------.. 237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Croll, Douglas E. (C) ---------- -205 Walcald Bldg., Bradenton
Crooke, James J., Jr. (C) ----------- P.O. Box 2667, Pensacola
Crumpton, Charles L. (C) -----------19411 N.W. 23rd Ct., Miami
Cummer, Wllington W. (PA) -. 1616 Natl. Bank, Bldg., Jacksonville
Curry, Charles F, Jr. (C) ----------_- 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa


Daffin, Ernest C.(C)------------------P.O. Box 1146, Tallahassee
Dalzell, K. Whitney, Jr. (C) --------300 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Dalsell, Kenneth W. (C) (F) ------. 300 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
D'Amico, Henry (PA) ------------- P.O. Box 262, Merritt Island
Daniel, Homer F. (A) ----------- 33-25 S.W. 83rd Court, Miami
Daniels, Thomas H. (C) ------ --- 425 Oak Ave., Panama City
Darby, Robert F. (PA) ------- _--- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Davis, George C. (C) .----_ 1100 S. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach
Davis, Harold B. (C) ----------- 2021 W. 1st St., Fort Myers
Davis, Stephen M. (C) .----- 4704 S. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Deam, Arthur F. (C) (E) ..------209 W. Minnesota Ave., DeLand
Dean, Donovan (C) -------------2011 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland
Decker, Harold C. (PA) -------------15875 S.W. 79th Court, Miami
Dean, James (C) ------------------7500 Red Road, South Miami
DeFranco, Lee (C) ------ --------- 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
DeKonschin, Victor E. (C) -------- 6075 Sunset Drive, South Miami
DeLoe, F. Earl (C) ------------- .---. P.O. Box 7518, Orlando
DeLoe, John P. (C) ----------------- P.O. Box 7518, Orlando
Dirkes, Gordonn (C) ---------1846 S.E. 5th St., Winter Haven
DiSlvestro, Leonard J. (C) ---------171 N.E. 54th St., Miami
Dixon, Leo Eldon (C) --------136 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach
Dixon, Warren A. (PA) ---------------510 Ward St., Tallahassee
Dodge, Richard W. (C) -------950 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach
Doll, Clarence W. (C) ----------5595- 4th St., So., St. Petersburg
Dompe, Alexander G. (PA) ------------P.O. Box 186, Bunnell
Donofro, Paul (PA) ----- -------- 208 N. Jefferson St., Marlanna
Draeger, Earl J. (C) -------------.3225 So. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Drake, Alfred T. (C) ---------- 6797 25th St., No., St. Petersburg
Drake, H. Lamar (C) ------------206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Drake, W. Kenyon (C) ----------.- 303 O'Reilly Bldg., Jacksonville
Drisoll, S. Porter (C) -------- -----850 May St., Jacksonville
Dry, James R. (C) ------ ---------P.O. Box 2422, Lakeland
Duff, Dillard (C) -- ---- -- 833 Biscayne Dr., West Palm Beach
Dugger, John E. (C) -.-------1200 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Duncan, Bryan E. (C) ------------3021/ Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala
Duncan, Ellis C. (C) --------------- P.O. Box 695, Vero Beach
Duncan, J. Vance (C) ----.. .---------314 Robertson Bldg., Ocala
Dunn, Howard M. (C) -----7549 Spring Lake Drive, Bethesda, Md.
Dutkin, Howard L. (C) ---------1673 N.E. 123rd St., North Miami
Dyal, John Wesley (PA) -----------360 Beach Ave., Atlantic Beach
Dye, John (C) --------------311 S.E. 16th Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Dye, John Edward (C) -----------. 646 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando
Dykes, Robert L. (A) -----------10100 Pan American Drive, Miami


Eberhart, Robert C. (C) -----------1115 S.W. 100th Court, Miami
Eckhoff, Arnold W. (C) ---.---- 100 Biscayne Blvd., South, Miami
Edelstein, Harold (C) ---------1400 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale
Edge, Donald R. (C) -----..-------- --Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach
Ek, Ed (A) ---------------.. 147 Reef Road, South Daytona
Ellingham, C. A. (C) ----- c/o Abbott, Merkt & Co., 630-3rd Ave.,
New York, N. Y.
Erickson, Ralph A. (C) ---------------5131 Ocean Blvd., Sarasota
Evans, John (C) ---------------316 Sunset Drive, Fort Lauderdale
Evans, Samuel F. (PA) ------- 2022 N.W. 14th Ave., Gainesville
Ewart, Thomas E., Jr. (C) -------2065 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Ewing, Upton C. (C) (E) _-----362 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables


Faerber, Nelson A. (C) ------------------Trailways Bldg., Naples
Fasnacht, Ted E. (C) ---204 Dicus-Owens Bldg., Main & Broadway,
Dunedin
Faust, William A. (C) -------------P.O. Box 1043, Daytona Beach
Felto, Jose (C) --- ------------P.O. Box 685, Miami Springs
Ferendin, Andrew J. (C) ------2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Ferguson, James E., Jr. (C) .-4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Fernau, Herman E. (C) --..645 So. Military Trail, West Palm Beach
Felner, S. Ralph (C) -------- 1835 Woodmere Drive, Jacksonville
Fler, Robert J. (C) ---------------269 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables
Fink, H. George (C) -----------255 University Drive, Coral Gables
Fisher, George Ryad (C) ----------458 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Flemming, Bryan (C) ---- --------1127 Dupont Bldg., Miami
Fletcher, Eliot C. (C) ------------- ..-- 600 Madison, Tampa
Forfar, Donald H. (C) ----------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Foster, John T. (C) _- School Plant Planning, State Bd. of Education
Tallahassee
Frederock, Donald J. (PA) ---. 19731 N.E. 10thCourt, North Miami
Freedman, Norman H. (C) ---- 1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Freelove, Dale (A) -----------------250 Chase Ave., Winter Park
34


Frese, Robert K. (C) --------------- 3047 Blscayne Blvd., Miami
Fritz, F. R. (A) -----.-----215 N. Madison Dr., Mayfair, Pensacola
Frizzell, William R. (C) --------2120 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers
Frye, Allen D. (C) _-------------- 617 Park St., Jacksonville
Fuehrer, Tom (C) --- ------------101 S. E. 7th St., Miami
Fugleberg, Lyle P. (C) ------------ 700 W. Fairbanks, Winter Park
Fuller, Reed B. (C) ---------240 Ashworth Road, West Palm Beach
Fulton, Guy C. (C) ------- Box 2181, University Station, Gainesville
Funk, Robert E. (A) --------------1360 Terrace Road, Clearwater
Fusco, J. Alden (C) --------------1900 Collins Ave., Miami Beach


Gallagher, Regis L. (C) c--c/o Charles Giller Assoc, 51/ North Ave.,
Suite 2, Kingston, Jamaica
Gallagher, Jr., Walter J. (PA) -----2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Gamble, G. Clinton (F) (C)---------P.O. Box 2465, Fort Lauderdale
Garcia, Jr., Genero (C) --------------------517 Bayshore, Tampa
Garland, James E. (C) ------------- 315 NW 27th Avenue, Miami
Garland, James L. (PA) -----------2303 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville
Gay, John B. (C) ----------- 7257 Central Ave., St. Petersburg
Gee, J. Milton (A) --------------104 Venetian Way, Daytona Beach
Gehlert, Craig J. (C) --------------P.O. Box 5096, Daytona Beach
Geiger, August (C) (E) -----------1630 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
Gentile, Joseph (PA) -----------------2805 E. 5th Ave., Hialeah
George, Frank G. (C) ----- ---------- P.O. Box 488, Palatka
Gerber, Erwin (PA) ------- ..---- --- Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Gerken, Carl (C) ----------------- P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Germain, Richard Dill (C) --------- 749 Stockton St., Jacksonville
Ghezzl, Edward M. (C) -------- 7915 S.W. 128th St., South Miami
Gibbs, Frederick A. (C) -------927 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Gillr, Charles (C) ----- ----------4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Giller, Norman (C) ----------- 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Glbroy, Willam A. (C) --------------P.O. Box 2465 Fort Lauderdale
Ginocchlo, Stephen J. (C) -------------Paramount Bldg, Palm Beach
Glasgow, Stanley (C) --------4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Goldman, Harold J. (PA) --------231 Brooklin Blvd., Daytona Beach
Goldman, Sanford M. (C) ----- 1915 Park St., North, St. Petersburg
Gomon, William R. (C) -----------_P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Gonzalez, Horacio (A) -----_--------- 429 Erie Ave., Tampa
Goodman, Marvin (PA) -------------..4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Goodman, William HI (C) --------237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Goodwin, David L. (A) ------------1008 Dupont Ave., Winter Park
Goodwin, Robert C. (PA) -----------204 West 42nd St., Jacksonville
Gordo, Justo, Jr., (PA) --------3260 N.W. 168th Terrace, Opa-Locka
Gordon, W. Stanley (C) ------------206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Gottfried, Jacob L. (C) --------------------517 Bayshore, Tampa
Gottfrled, Theodore (C) -------------3298 Mary St., Coconut Grove
Graclda, Ronee H. (A) -------------------P.O. Box 3040, Miami
Grafton, Edward G. (C) -------------2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Grand, John L. R. (C) -------Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville
Gravely, John (C) -----------1012 Florida Title Bldg., Jacksonville
Gravely, John Richard (C) ------1012 Florida Title Bldg., Jacksonville
Graves, John P. (C) ------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Greeley, Mellen C. (F) (C) ----- 6457 Pottsburg Drive, Jacksonville
Green, James A. (C) --------------500 So. Himes, Apt. 29, Tampa
Greening, William P. (C) ------ 200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach
Gremli, Erwin II, (C) --_-_----------1790 Wood St., Sarasota
Griffin, Harry M. (C) (E) ------- 309 N. Grandview, Daytona Beach
Griffin, Leonard A. (C) ---------.. 2910 8th Ave., West, Bradenton
Grimshaw, John 0. (C) -----------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Grobe, William C. (C) -------Coll. of Arch & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville
Grossman, Melvin (C) ----------... 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Grove, Otto D., Jr. (C) ---------19 N.E. Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Gruen, Max (A) ------------------8825 S.W. 18th Terrace, Miami
Grundman, Robert Lee (C) ---... 2521 -34th St., South, St. Petersburg
Gustafson, Russell (PA) -----------------764 May St., Jacksonville
Gutierrex, Enrique H. (PA) ----------4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach

Haack, Otto E. (C) ------------19 N.E. Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Haas, J. Brooks (C) -- ..---------1045 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Hadley, Elliott B. (C) ------.---.. 860 Snell Isle Blvd., St. Petersburg
Haley, Curtis E. (C) -------------214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables
Haley, Richard C. (C) ----- --- ... 201 N.W. 10th Ave., Gainesville
Hall, Harold E. (C) (E) ------------8 Canterbury Road, Mobile, Ala.
Hamer, Clarence E. (C) ------2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Hamilton, Jefferson M. (C) -----------1114 N.E. 7th St., Gainesville
Hamlin, Horace H. Jr, (C) ----939 Beach Drive, North, St. Petersburg
Hammond, Herrick C. (F) (E) (C) -------P.O. Box 855, Delray Beach
Hampton, Don (C) ------------------ P.O. Box 953, Winter Park
Hampton, Mark G. (C) ------------Stovall Professional Bldg., Tampa
Handle, Oscar A., Jr. (C) ------- 2060 N.E. 55th St., Fort Lauderdale
Hanebuth, Edgar C. (C) ----------------1544 Dolphin St., Sarasota
Hanes, Myrl L. (C) ------------- 201 N.W. 10th Ave., Gainesville
Hanna, Richard T. (C) --------------524 N.E. 2nd St., Delray Beach
Hansen, Robert E. (C) ---------311 S.E. 16th Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Hapsis, George E. (A) -------4250 Camellia Circle, East, Jacksonville

THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT







Hardesty, Alfred M. T. (C) ------------7545 S.W. 124th St., Miami
Harding, Henry K. (C) --------318 Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach
Hardwik, William C., Jr. (C) ---P.O. Box 612, Santa Monica, California
Hardwick, Taylor (C) ----------------- 764 May St., Jacksonville
Hare, Abbott (C) -------- P.O. Box 69941, Los Angeles, California
Harms, Joseph B. (PA) --------605 First Fed. Svgs. Bldg., Jacksonville
Harrington, Charles F. (A) -----------3911 S.W. 38th St., Galnsvllle
Harris, William K. (A) ----504th MI Det., APO 326, New York, N.Y.
Harry, Milton C. (PA) -----------------5707 S.W. 51st St., Miami
Hart, Robert Daniel (C) ----------------410 W. Garden, Pensacola
Harter, William (PA) ------- -----P.OP.O. Drawer 236, Winter Park
Hartley, James M. (C) ---------------1909 Harrison St., Hollywood
Hartman, Barnard W., Jr. (C) -4717 So. Lakewood Drive, Panama City
Harvard, Willam B. (C) --------2714 9th St., North, St. Petersburg
Harvey, Addison R. (C) --- --------3602 Gardenia Drive, Tampa
Hatcher, Thurston (C) --------- ----1515 N.W. 7th St., Miami
Hatton, L. Alex (C) ---- ------------P.O. Box 6367, Orlando
Hawkins, William (A) ---------- 1417 Mapleton Road, Jacksonville
Heasley, Wayne D. (PA) ------------.1401 Edgewater Drive, Orlando
Hedlund, Ronald (A) ----------------7550 Red Road, South Miami
Hegel, Carles G. (A) ----------------12940 S.W. 63rd Ave., Miami
Helm, James A. (C) -------------------P.O. Box 333, Avon Park
Helman, Alan C. (A) ----------------411 No. Fern Creek, Orlando
Henderson, Paul B. (PA) ----- ---------P.O. Box 1792, Stuart
Henderson, Roy M. (C) ---------410 S. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater
Henderson, Warren L. (C) ------1391 S. HIllcrest Ave., Clearwater
Hendrick, Charles L. (C) ----------------56 East Amelia, Orlando
Hendry, Warren C., Jr. (C) -.---- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Herndon, Felix (A) --------------1417 Mapleton Road, Jacksonville
Heywang, Charles G., Jr. (A) --------4531 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
Hlbler, Bernard C. (C) --------1300 N.E. 26th Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Himes, Richard S. (C) __---------3637 Henderson Blvd., Tampa
Hitt, Laurence W. (C) (E) ---------189 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Hitt, Lewis M. (C) ------------622 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Hladlk, George J. (C) ---------- 1600 N.W. LeJeune Rd., Miami
Hodge, John Douglas (A) --- --------P.O. Box 488, Palatka
Hoffman, Francis R. (PA) ------- 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
Hogner, P. R. L. (C) -------2511 S. Andros Lane, Fort Lauderdale
Holden, Ceci (A) ---------- ---4400 36th Ave., St. Petersburg
Holley, Maurice E. (C) ---- 601 N. Flagler Court, West Palm Beach
Holllday, James B. (C) ---------------- 1301 Main St., Sarasota
Hollingsworth, F. A. (C) --------------216 City Bldg., St. Augustine
Holloway, Louis C., Jr. (C) ---315-11th Ave., N., Jacksonville Beach
Holman, Nathan A. (A) ----------268 University Blvd., Jacksonville
Holmes, Dwight E. (A) ---- %Mark Hampton, Stovall Bldg., Tampa
Hooper, Lee (C) --------- -------11 Sandpiper Road, Tampa
Hoover, Joseph (C) ----------10240 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Hopkins, Abner C. (C) --------- 38 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville
Horsey, Irving E. (C) -------------- 8340 N.E. 2nd Ave., Miami
Houstoun, O. K., Jr. (C) -...2734 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Howard, Prentis S. (A) ------------- 2408 S. Clark Ave., Tampa
Howell, A. Wynn (C) ----------------2400 Circle Drive, Lakeland
Howey, John R. (C) -----------------217 N. Franklin St., Tampa
Hoxie, Jeffe Gene (PA) ----------------1417 Dixon Blvd., Cocoa
Hubert, Ephraim (PA) -----------5629 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach
Huddleston, Prentiss (C) ------------- P.O. Box 3105, Tallahassee
Hudson, George C. (A) ------------ 6830 S.W. 76th Terrace, Miami
Hull, Jr., Homer (A) --_---------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Hundley, James G. (C) -------------2424 S. Dixie Highway, Miami
Hunter, William K. (PA) ----------- 606 N.E. 1st St., Gainesville
Hunton, Tom (C) -------------------235 Whittier Circle, Orlando


Inwood, Arthur D. (C) ---- 2801 East Oakland Park Blvd., Room 423,
Fort Lauderdale
Ivanick, George (C) ---------15525 Redington Drive, St. Petersburg
Ives, S. Martin (A) ----------------2000 S.W. 16th Terrace, Miami


Jackson, Douglas G. (PA) ---------3051 Jefferson St., Coconut Grove
Jackson, Emory L (C) ---- 1924 N.E. 154th St., North Miami Beach
Jackson, William K. (C) -------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Jacobson, Kenneth (C) ----------------- Boyd Bldg., Delray Beach
Jahelka, Robert G. (C) -------2020 N.E. 17th Court, Fort Lauderdale
Jannetides, Tom (C) ----------- 321 Ribault Ave., Daytona Beach
Jennewein, James (C) --------------410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Jessen, Richard E. (C) 1-- --------1529 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Johannes, Dana B. (C) -- -------410 So. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater
John, Paul Robin (C) ---------901 N.E. 9th St., Pompano Beach
Johnson, Charles N. (C) -------- 1444 Fairhaven Drive, Lakeland
Johnson, Glenn C. (C) ---------939 Beach Drive, N.E., St. Petersburg
Johnson, Gordon S. (C) -------- 1107 S.W. 2nd Ave., Galnesville
Johnson, Harold (C) -------- -----P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Johnson, Herbert H. (C) -------------- 550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Johnson, Herbert S. (C) ----------------14 Elm St., Concord, Mass.
Johnson, McMillan H. (C) ___Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville
Johnson, Verner (C) ------------------250 N.E. 18th St., Miami
MARCH, 1965


Johnson, William R. (C) ------------- Wyeth Bldg., Palm Beach
Jolly, Blanchard E. (C) ------ 2714-9th St., North, St. Petersburg
Jones, Julian F. (A) --------- 734 1st St., North, Winter Haven
Jones, Richard M. (C) ------ 3197 66th Way, North, St. Petersburg
Jones, Richard Palmer, Jr. (C) ---------215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Joseph, Stanford R. (C) ----------2663 Vera Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio
Juhn, Willam L. (PA) ------- 100 No. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach
Junkin, James W, Jr. (C) --------6819 Barquera Ave., Coral Gables


Kannenberg, Wernr F. (C) ------------1544 Dolphin St., Sasasota
Karig, Richard Douglas (PA) --- --------752 Hawthorne Ave.,
Elmhurst, Illinois
Keller, C. E. (A) ------ 900 N. Federal Hwy #102, Ponmpano Beach
Kellam, Billy W. (PA) --------- 1621 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville
Keller, Walter (C) ----------------5---- 5 Beach Patio, Naples
Kelly, Forrest M. (C) ------. -Board of Control, Gaines & Adams St.,
Tallahassee
Kelly, Robert B. (PA) ------- ---------513 W. Colonial, Orlando
Kemmerer, Alfred 6. (C) -----------P.O. Box 5595, Daytona Beach
Kemp, James 0. (C) --------- 3250 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Kemp, William D. (C) -----------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Kendrick, James (C) ------- 12 W. Main St., Fort Walton Beach
Kent, William H. (C) --- ---------P.O. Box 1231, Valdosta, Ga.
Kerfoot, William H. (C) ----------------2032 Hillvlew St., Sarasota
Kerley, Charles R. (C) --------3114 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Kerr, David W. (C) -----------1270 N.E. 26th Ave., Pompano Beach
Kessler, Frederick W. (C) ----------361 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Knmbrough, Richard A. (A) ---- 6200 21st St., South, St. Petersburg
Klncald, Thomas (C) ---------------2733 Grove St., Sarasota
Kinney, Harley P. (C) -- -------204- 15th St., West, Bradenton
Kinsey, Bertram Y., Jr. (PA) -_Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville
Klare, Edwin L. (A) -----------520 N.E. 10th Terrace, North Miami
Klein, Bernard (A) ------------ Rt. 1, P.O. Box 828, Longwood
Klekamp, Bernard R. (C) -----1666 N.E. 111th St., North Miami
Klements, Walter S. (C) -- 3127 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Klonis, Constantine L. (PA) ---- 2130 N.E. 12th Terrace, Gainesville
Klutho, H. J. (E) (C) --------------30 West 9th St., Jacksonville
Knight, C. Frasser (C) -------------- 2971 Coral Way, Miami
Knight, Howard B. (C) ----------214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables
Korach, Irvin S. (C) -----------721 N.W. 21st Court, Miami
Koru, Sadia S. (PA) -------Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville
Kotkin, Sidney L. (C) -------- -------- 8410 Bird Road, Miami
Kreldt, William C. (PA) -- ------ --1150 S. W. 1st St., Miami
Kroman, M. Louis (C) ---- 2288 N.E. 173rd St., North Miami Beach
Kruse, H. Samuel (F) (C) ------- 1600 N.W. LeJeune Road, Miami
Kuhn, Charles F. (C) --- ----------P.O. Box 3013, Tallahassee
Kulhavy, Alexander (C) ------- Koein, Eberplatz 1, Germany, West


Lamp, Vernon D. (C) ------------ 1909 N.W. 14th St., Miami
Lane, Ronald L. (PA) -------2912 Bayless Drive, Huntsville, Ala.
Langley, John B. (C) ------------- P.O. Box 796, Winter Park
Lapidus, Morris (C) ------- "Meridian 17" Bldg., 1688 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach
Larrlck, Thomas (C) --------Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville
Larson, Victor A. (C) -------3114 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale
LaThomas, J. Raymond (PA) ---- 230 Royal Palm Ave., Palm Beach
Laughlin, Emmet J. (PA) ---------------58 W. 30th St., Hialeah
Lawrence, C. Eugene (JA) -- 2013 Ardmore Road, West Palm Beach
Lee, James Donald (PA) -----------2701 So. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Lee, Stuart A. (A) -------------- 406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach
Lee, W. Mayberry (C) ------------- 764 May St., Jacksonville
Leete, David A. (C) --------------406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach
LeGate, Frank Milton III (A) --- _1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Leggett, F. Earl (C) ----------------323 South Boulevard, Tampa
Leitch, Hugh J. (C) ------------------2925 Navy Blvd., Pensacola
Lendrum, James T. (C) ----Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville
Leuthold, Duane W. (PA) -------------764 May St., Jacksonville
Levin, Richard S. (PA) -----------------504 Delannoy Ave., Cocoa
Levine, Richard M. (PA) --------1034 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
Levison, Robert H. (C) -------------425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Lewis, Howarth (C) --------- 324 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Lichtman, Herman R. (C) --------- 439 Bargello St., Coral Gables
Lindelow, Craig W. (A) --. Planning Board, Lynch Bldg., Jacksonville
Lisle, Forrest F. (A) ---------------1517 Drexel Ave., Winter Haven
Little, Robert M. (F) (C) ---------------2180 Brickell Ave., Miami
Lonsdale, Charles K. (C) -------4708 LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Look, James Henry (C) ---------- 611 Brent Annex, Pensacola
Lotspeich, Lowell L. (PA) -- -----235 Knowles Ave., Winter Park
Lott, M. Winfleld (C) --------2707 5th Ave., North, St. Petersburg
Lovelock, Ralph P. (C) --------- 145 Lincoln Ave., Winter Park
Lues, Maxsis Leo (A) -- Arch. to Board of Control, New State Office
Bldg., Tallahassee
Luger, William F. (A) --------------1927 N.E. 7th St., Gainesville

35







Luke, Leroy M. (A) ---_---- ----1-- 500 Roscomare Ave., Orlando
Lukens, Bayard C. (E) (C) -------- 1533 Adams St., Hollywood
Lyell, John M. (C) ---------------- 3135 S.W. Third Ave., Miami
Lynch, Geoffrey B. (C) ----P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Station, Miami
Lynskey, James E. (C) ------------ 3325 S.W. 97th Court, Miami


MacCollin, Edmind N. (C) -----.--.- 213 S. Myrtle Ave., Clearwater
MacEwen, Harry A. (C) ---------- -----1408 Swan Ave., Tampa
MacLean, Dewitt Bruen (A) ..------ 2017 Catlin Drive, Jacksonville
MacNeil, Richard (C) ----------------325 S. Palafox St., Pensacola
Madden, Thomas J., Jr. (C) --------------240 N.E. 17th St., Miami
Manley, Marion I. (C) --- -------3356 Virginia St., Coconut Grove
Marchesanl, Alfred R. (C) ---------237 Wesward Drive, Miami Springs
Marion, John B. (C) ------ 230 Palm Way, Palm Beach
Marshall, Sam M. (C) ------------ 325 S. Palafox St., Pensacola
Marshall, William H. (C) ------------458 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Mason, William (C) ---------- 1020 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda
Masters, Ronald Joseph (PA) ---..-.5557 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
May, John E. (C) ---------500 W. Hallandale Bch. Blvd., Hallandale
May, Lester N. (C) --- -----------606 N.E. 1st St., Gainesville
Maybin, Robert H. (C) -----------210 East College Ave., Tallahassee
Maylard, J. Burnham (C) ---------9801 S.W. 70th Avenue, Miami
McAlpine, Charles, Jr. (C) ___Building L, Time Square, Fort Lauderdale
McBryde, James B. (C) -----------.2120 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers
McCall, Howard E. (C) ------------ 211 S.E. 1st Ave., Boca Raton
McCandless, Jack (C) --------939 Beach Drive, N.E., St. Petersburg
McClung, Joe Louis (A) --------1215 Drew St., Suite 5-B, Clearwater
McCully, Faunce R., Jr. (PA) .------ %Harry Burns, Prudential Bldg.,
Jacksonville
McDonald, James A. (C) ---- 1569 River Hills Circle W, Jacksonville
McDonald, John Randal (C) ----------.1001 Russet St., Racine, Wis.
McElvy, George R. (C) ----------- 410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Mclntosh, Donald E. (C) ------------ 205 W. Brorein St., Tampa
Mclntyre, Byron (PA) -------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
McKenna, Dorothy (C) ---------- P.O. Box 407, Coconut Grove
McKinley, Paul A. (C) ----------301 N. Federal Way, Boca Raton
McLane, L. Frank (C) --------------_ 205 W. Brorein St Tampa
McRae, Angus Andre (C) --- 905 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala
Mead, Arthur (A) ---------------205 Walcaid Bldg., Bradenton
Meehan, James A., Jr. (C) ---- ------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Melody, Walter H. (C) ---------1002 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater
Melvin, James T. (A) ..---- 2353 Pineapple Ave., Eau Gallie
Merrlam, William H. (C) -------------_401 Coral Way, Coral Gables
Merryday, Harry, Jr. (A) -------- 265 Hartford Ave., Daytona Beach
Merwin, Lester N. (A) ---------112 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg
Messineo, Joseph H. (C) ------- 4 Sixth St., South, St. Petersburg
Meyer, Joel (PA) __- ----------.203 S.W. 13th Street, Miami
Mikuta, Rudolf (C) ---------135 North 5th St., Alhambra, California
Milkton, Alexander G. (C) ------------5784 S.W. 31st St., Miami
Miller, Kenneth B. (PA) --_----------- 177 N.E. 79th St., Miami
Minardl, Russell J. (A) ----- -----------1902 Hesperides, Tampa
Miskiel, Richard D. (PA) --------7700 S.W. 54th Court, South Miami
Mitchell, James L. (C) --------------- 125 Indiana Ave., DeLand
Moberg, Claus R. (C) -------- ------1_928 Tyler St., Hollywood
Moe, Ralph S., Jr. (C) --------622 North J Terrace, Lake Worth
Moeller, Donald H. (C) -------------11823 Mayo St., Hollywood
Monaco, Gene C. (C) -__--- 4005 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale
Moore, Alvin R. (C) (E) ----------1504- 18th Terrace, Key West
Moore, Jack (C) ------------------606 N.E. 1st St., Gainesville
Morgan, Don R. (PA) ------------P.O. Box 57, Keystone Heights
Morgan, William N. (C) ---------- 1611 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach
Morris, Frank H., Jr. (A) -----------1416 Lynn Ave ., Clearwater
Morris, Richard W. (C) ----------_483 Fifth Ave., South, Naples
Morrison, William S. (C) -- ----------611 Brent Annex, Pensacola
Mudano, Frank Robert (C) ------------ 1701 Drew St., Clearwater
Murphree, Hoyt, Jr. (A) ------------- 464 Thomas Drive, Eau Gallie
Murphy, Robert B. (C) --------------1210 Edgewater Drive, Orlando
Myers, Wayne P. (C)----------500 Hamilton Circle, Merritt Island


Neill, Sidney K. (C) _------ ------P.O. Box 1065, Nassau, B.W.I.
Nelson, John P., Jr. (A) ------- 2535 Patsy Anne Drive, Jacksonville
Newatead, Robert (C) --------------531 North Palmway, Lake Worth
Nichols, Henry L., Jr. (C) -------- P.O. Box 189, Fort Walton Beach
Nick, Donald E. (C) ------------820- 12th Ave., South, Naples
Noblln, Carlton (C) __----------- 401 N. Baylen St., Pensacola
Norlin, Ernest C. (A) ------------ 316 N.W. 100th Terrace, Miami
Notowitz, Bart (A) ----------2901 North Bay Road, Miami Beach
Notz, Ernest H. (C) --- --------104 Van Avenue, Daytona Beach

Obst, Emily V. (C) --- ----------214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Obst, Harold (C) --------- ----214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Ogren, Samuel, Jr. (C) ---------7 N.E. 5th Avenue, Delray Beach
Oliva, Angel, Jr. (A) -------------2401 Riverside Drive, Tampa
Oppenheimer, Otto H. (C) 4563 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Ostrander, Richard J. (PA) ----------3413 Jamison Drive, Apopka
Owles, Fred G., Jr. (C) ----------- 1401 Edgewater Drive, Orlando

36


Pace, Rocco W. (A) -------------44 Antilla Avenue, Coral Gables
Pachner, Edmind A. (C) --------- 307 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Padgett, James C. (C) ----- -------6335 Hollywood Blvd., Sarasota
Pancoast, Lester C. (C) -------------2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Pancoast, Russell T. (F) (C) ---------2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Pancani, Azleglo (PA) --------- 1107 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Pappas, Ted P. (C) ---------------4833 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville
Parish, Archie G. (F) (C) -------- 112 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg
Parish, Donald G. (A) ------- 895 19th Ave., South, St. Petersburg
Parish, H. Maxwell (C) ----------------7101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Parker, Alfred B. (C) ----------2921 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami
Parker, Chester A. (C) -------------P.O. Box 702, Panama City
Parks, W. John III (PA) _----------_325 Main St., Jacksonville
Parmelee, Dean (C) ------------_-2980 McFarlane Road, Miami
Parrish, John David (C) ------- 939 Beach Drive, N.E., St. Petersburg
Patterson, Frank P., Jr. (C) ---------------608 Tampa St., Tampa
Pattillo, Charles E. Ill (C) -------- 206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Peacock, Carroll R. (C) -------__ 324 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Pearlman, Philip (C) __------1190 N.E. 163rd St., North Miami Beach
Pearson, Richard W., Jr. (PA) --------5233 Vassar Road, Jacksonville
Peek, Gouveneur M. (C) --- ----------_714 N. Boulevard, DeLand
Pelham, Devon (A) 1---------12 W. Main St., Fort Walton Beach
Penney, Harry E. (C) --------- 6075 Sunset Road, Miami
Perrin, Arthur (PA) ---------------5765 S.W. 9th Terrace, Miami
Peterman, Julian S., Jr. (A) -- 1529 Drexel Ave., N.E., Winter Haven
Peterson, James B. (A) ------------- P.O. Box 455, Mount Dora
Phillips, Joseph E., Jr. (C) -- 3058 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale
Pierce, Robert M. (A) ____--------P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Plercy, John E. (C) ------- ------615 Palmer Bank Bldg., Sarasota
Pinsker, J. Marcus (C) --------1190 N.E. 125th St., North Miami
Pitt, Gerard (C) -- ------------4375 Ingraham Highway, Miami
Plockelman, Raymond H. (C) ------- 230 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Plumb, William P. (C) ---------3021 N.E. 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale
PolevitHky, Igor B. (C) (F) ----------- 250 N.E. 18th St., Miami
Polk, George M. (C) _-------4441 N.E. 17th Terrace, Fort Lauderdale
Pollack, Richard S. (PA) -740 N.E. 178th Terrace, North Miami Beach
Pooley, Roy M., Jr. (C) ------------809 Bert Road, Jacksonville
Pope, Henry V. (C) ------------1310 N.E. 8th St., Delray Beach
Potter, David W. (C) --------Lively Technical School, West Park Ave.,
Tallahassee
Poulos, Theodore C. (C) ---------237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Powell, Harry C. (C) .-- Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Powell, Jefferson D. (C) -.- 1811 Riviera Parkway, Jacksonville
Powell, Jefferson N. (C) ---------- 361 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Pownall, James K. (C) ---------- P.O. Box 2465, Fort Lauderdale
Poyner, Saxon (A) --- Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee
Poynter, Raymond L, Jr. ------1673 Harbor City Blvd., Eau Gallie
Prack, Arthur E. (C) -------- 910 N.E. 27th Avenue, Pompano Beach
Price, Beryl (F) (C) --... ------121 So. 19th St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Price, Theodore F. (C) (E) -------1835 S.W. 27th Avenue, Miami
Priede-Rodriguez, J. (C) --------------507A Florida Ave., Tampa
Prince, Frank R. (A) -------------725 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Pryor, Richard E (C) ------------------P.O. Box 445, Stuart
Puder, Samuel M. (C) --- ---------- 6601 S.W. 80th St., Miami


Quenneville, Earl A. (C) ------------- 4403 Burke Ave., Tampa
Quigley, Jack (PA) -----------975 N.E. 132nd St., North Miami


Ramos, Lemuel (C) ----------------545 Ingraham Bldg., Miami
Ranon, John F. (C) ____--------------2912 -10th St., Tampa
Raymond, Alexander P. (A) _------ 11823 102nd St., North, Largo
Raymond, Walter (C) --- Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville
Redden, John S. (C) ------------- 5600 S.W. 5th St., Plantation
Reed, Frederick N., Jr. (C) --- 6097 Robbins Circle, So., Jacksonville
Reed, George F. (C) -- --------3680 Avocado Ave., Coconut Grove
Reeves, F. Blair (A) -----Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville
Reid, Hal Thomas (C) ----_----815 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala
Reiff, Don (C) ---------1834 N.E. 164th St., North Miami Beach
Reilly, Richard C. (C) -------- 2504 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale
Relner, Paul L. (C) --- ------------1000 N.W. 28th Ave., Miami
Rempe, Edward T. (C) --- -- --- -153 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables
Renfroe, Bruce A., Jr. (C) -----------215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Rentscher, Josepr G. (C) __------462 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables
Riccio, Henry A. (C) --- --------1400 N.E. 125th St., North Miami
Richardson, Robert (C) -----------Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach
Richter, Charles E. (PA) ----------------1431 E. 4th Ave., Hialeah
Ricketts, John N. (A) ----------_406 W. Poinsettia St., Lakeland
Ricks, Roy L. (C) ------------12 W. Main St., Fort Walton Beach
Rider, Donald C. (PA) _----------10700 Caribbean Blvd., Miami
Rise, Walter B. (PA) ----------------537 Williams St., Tallahassee
Rittenhouse, Walter F. (C) ---.- Trailer Estates, Box 5026, Bradenton
Robarts, E. Jason (A) ------------ 7711 Silver Oak Lane, Tampa
Robbins, Fred E. (C) ----------1102 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Robbins, R. James (C) ----------------305 Morgan St., Tampa

THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT







Roberts, F. Stewart (C) -----. Florida Natl. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Roberts, Henry L. (C) ---------------- 15 Magnolia Ave., Tampa
Robinson, James W., Jr. (C) ------- 7 So. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth
Robison, David V. (C) -------------- 1837 20th St., Vero Beach
Robison, Ronald W. (A) --------------4241 S.W. 62nd Court, Miami
Robson, Norman (C) .---- 2025 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach
Rogers, James Gamble II (C) -------- 145 Lincoln Ave., Winter Park
Rogers, Richard Boone (C) ---------------511 N. Mills St., Orlando
Roll, Robert E. (C) ----------- 184 S.E. 1st Avenue, Boca Raton
Romano, Joseph T. (C) ---------2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Ronfeldt, Victor (C) ------------------ P.O. Box 867, Jupiter
Rose, Richard A. (PA) ----------- 333 Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables
Rosmarin, Herbert P. (C) ---------------------P.O. Box 445, Stuart
Ross, Morris (A) ---------------3 Island Ave., Apt. 9, Miami Beach
Rowe, Harold D. (C) ----------- 3420 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Rowell, Donald (C) ------------ 4130 Braganza Ave., Coconut Grove
Rude, Arthur H. (A) --------- 2300 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Suite 207,
Fort Lauderdale
Rudolph, John A. (A) -------5742- 2nd Ave., South, St. Petersburg
Russell, Herbert D. (A) ------------P.O. Box 6712, Jersey City, N.J.
Russell, T. Trip (C) ----- P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Station, Miami
Russell, William A. (A) --- P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Station, Miami
Russello, Joseph C. (A) ---------------- 4603 Grand Central, Tampa


Salman, Gerardo (C) ---------------- 8331 S.W. 14th St., Miami
Sampson, James P. (C) --------------9410 S.W. 60th Terrace, Miami
Sampson, J. N. (C) -------25 South 2nd Ave., Jacksonville Beach
Sanford, Carol (C) ----- ---------P.O. Box 1177, Pompano Beach
Savage, Herbert R. (C) ----------------- 2975 Coral Way, Miami
Savage, Logan C. (C) --- Kemp, Bunch & Jackson, 1320 Coast Line
Bldg., Jacksonville
Saxelbye, Harold F. (C) ----- Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Sayers, Joel W., Jr. (C) ---------200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach
Scarfone, Letterlo S. (A) ------------ 710 Newport Ave., Tampa
Schilling, Jerome (C) ------------------1270 N.E. 102nd St., Miami
Schmidt, Frank G., Jr. (C) ----------815 E. Silver Spring Blvd., Ocala
Schneider, Louis F. (C) ------------5315- 14th St., West, Bradenton
Schneider, Reuben S. (C) --------------1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah
Schneider, Roy J. (C) (E) ----------1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah
Schultz, Melvin F. (C) .--2204 Dicus-Owens Bldg., Main & Broadway,
Dunedin
Schultz, Walter B. (C) ------------ P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Schwab, Ronald D. (PA) -----------724 Evergreen Drive, Lake Park
Schwelzer, Nils M. (C) ----------206 Park Ave., South, Winter Park
Scoville, David B. (C) -------------225 Fern St., West Palm Beach
Seibert, Edward J. (C) ------------------231 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota
Sellow, Roland W. (C) ------------------ P.O. Box 2091, Sarasota
Seizer, Serhard A. (C) -----------1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
Setliff, Wallace Wade (C) ------------ 215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Severud, Gordon (C) ----------- ---2971 Coral Way, Miami
Seymour, Edward B. (A) -------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Shaeffer, Ronald E. (A) --- Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville
Shaw, Robert L (C) ---------------- 3432 South Trail, Sarasota
Sheehy, Frank (C) -------------206 Park Ave., South, Winter Park
Sheenum, Robert (A) ---------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Shepard, Herschel E., Jr. (PA) ---2014 Arcadia Place, J'cksonville
Sheppard, Newton W. (A) ------313 West 7th Ave., Tallahassee
Sherman, M. Tony (C) ------- 1700 San Souci Blvd., North Miami
Shifalo, Joseph M. (C) ---------110 East Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Shivers, Claude M. (A) --------- 2838 Lionheart Road, Winter Park
Shoup, John T., Jr. (C) ---------- 301 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton
Shriver, David S. (C) 1--------- 107 N. County Road, Palm Beach
Shrum, Robert M. (C) --------- 14535 N.E. 5th Court, North Miami
Shuflin, Frank (C) -----------------9200 N.E. 6th Avenue, Miami
Shumer, Frank D. (PA) -------------3362 Sylvia St., Jacksonville
Simberg, A. J. (C) ---------------------3415 S.W. Third St., Miami
Simmons, Jerry P. (C) ------------------1500 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Simmons, William B. (A) ----------------Schultz Bldg., Jacksonville
Simon, Roy M. (C) ------------ 94 N.E. Fifth Ave., Delray Beach
Simonhoff, Michael (C) ------------------5250 S.W. 84th St., Miami
Simonson, Bryon (C) ------------234 Plaza Circle, Palm Beach
Simpson, William D. (A) ------------------P.O. Box 928, Pensacola
Sims, Wythe Davis II (C) -------- 1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter fark
Sindelar, Frank J. (C) .--.1924 Palafox St., P.O. Box 2158, Pensacola
Singer, Donald I. (C) ----1301 S.E. Second Court, Fort Lauderdale
Six, Norman F. (C) --------------- 214 E. Davis Blvd., Tampa
Sizemore, James E. (A) -------------4029 Rodby Drive, Jacksonville
Skeels, Norman A. (C) --------------2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Skrip, Richard J. (C) -------------------2973 Coral Way, Miami
Smith, Albert L. (C) ------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Smith, Allen H. (PA) --------- -----P.O. Box 4840, Jacksonville
Smith, Donald G. (C) -----------------721 N.W. 21st Court, Miami
Smith, Eugene R. (C) -----------10301 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa
Smith, Frank F., Jr. (C) -------------- 1301 Main St., Sarasota
Smith, Hilliard T. (C) ------------1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
Smith, Ivan H. (C) --------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
MARCH, 1965


Smith, J. Bruce (C) --------------527 Dartmoor St., St. Petersburg
Smith, John V. (A) ---------- 1 1782 Mayfair Road, Jacksonville
Smith, Richard G. (A) _--_---- 135- 25th Ave., South, St. Petersburg
Smith, Walter K., Jr. (C) ----------142 Granada Ave., Ormond Beach
Smith, Warren H. (C) ------ ----- 2725 Oakland Ave., Lakeland
Snead, Edwin M. (C) ---------- 414 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach
Snead, J. Douglas, Jr. (PA) ---------1805 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Snell, Walter S. (C) ----------- 960 S. Shannon Ave., Indialantic
Snyder, Wahl J. II (C) 1-------- ---- 1170 N.E. 79th St., Miami
Spence, Roy W., Jr. (C) ------------- 10520 S.W. 125th St., Miami
Spence, Samuel B., Jr. (A) ------------711 N.W. 187th Drive, Miami
Spina, Kenardon (C) -..-- 2028 Worthington Place, West Palm Beach
Stagg, Richard T. (C) -----------------P.O. Box 1151, Cocoa Beach
Stanton, Walter J. (C) -------------- P.O. Box 97, Rt. 1, Odessa
Starnes, Earl M. (C) ---------------462 So. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables
Start, Cedric () ------------------- 1823 Mayo St., Hollywood
Steele, Ben (PA) --------------- 3630 So. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Stefany, John Edgar (C) ------------410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Stelger, Martin G. (A) ----------5880 S.W. 63rd Court, South Miami
Stephens, Willis L. (C) --------- 594 S. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville
Stare, Donald R. (A) -------------1407 Overlea St., Clearwater
Stetson, John (F) (C) ------------ 294 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach
Stevens, John Pierce (C) ----------5959 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
Steward, Harold (C) ----------1-102 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Stewart, Courtney (C) -------1-140 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale
Stewart, James B. (A) --------------3315 S. San Miguel, Tampa
Stickle, George W. (C) -------- ----P.O. Box 1706, St. Augustine
Stidolph, Ernest J. (C) --------- ----Avant Bldg., Tallahassee
Stiggins, Hill (C) ------------- ----729 N. Thornton, Orlando
Stoehr, Martin G. (A) ___-- ------------- 410 S. Lincoln, Clearwater
Stokes, James R. (A) --------12 W. Main Street, Fort Walton Beach
Storrs, George D., Jr. (C) ---- 2701 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
Strahle, Rolf (A) ----------- Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Strasser, Karlvon (A) P.O. Box 46, Pensacola
Straughn, A. Ernest (C) ---- ----------P.O. Box 48, Lakeland
Stripling, James A. (C) ------------- 308 E. Park Ave., Tallahassee
Succop, Wray (C) ----------1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Sullan, Robert B. (C) ----------2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Sullivan, John B. (A) --------3333 S. Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach
Suominen, Jalmar V. (A) .------------- 4810 S.W. 69th Ave., Miami
Sutherland, Alec (PA) --- ------------1177 N.E. 79th St., Miami
Sutton, James M. (C) ---- ----504 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Swain, Joseph D. (C) ----------3625 Solana Road, Coconut Grove
Swartburg, Robert B. (C) ------------4014 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
Swedroe, Robert M. (PA) ------------3700 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
Sweet, John (C) --------------------- 9251 S.W. 59th St., Miami


Tabb, Creighton, Jr. (PA) -----------7516 Lovely Lane, Orlando
Talley, Thomas V. (C) -------------- P.O. Box 1103, Lakeland
Tanner, John R. (C) (E) --------4460 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach
Taylor, Rhoderic F. (C) -----------Route 2, Box 69, Melbourne
Taylor, Walter Q. (PA) --------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Taylor, William C. (C) ------------- 1020 Miracle Mile, Vero Beach
Telesca, Francis E. (C) ----------------- 1393 S.W. First St., Miami
Thompson, Donald E. (PA) -------------P.O. Box 458, Titusville
Thompson, Gene (C) ---------- 800 First St., North, Winter Haven
Thorn, Craig B. (C) --_Lightner Museum Bldg., Suite 4, St. Augustine
Thornton, Maurice E. (C) --- 4800 N.E. 15th Way, Fort Lauderdale
Thorsen, H. S., Jr. (PA) --------Florida Natl. Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Tillinger, Jerry D. (PA) -------- 1611 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Todd, Robert E. (C) ----- ------P.O. Box 2506, Pompano Beach
Torbert, Cornell (C) -------- 8th Floor, Fletcher Bldg., Jacksonville
Torres, Frank E. (C) -----------9630 S.W. 164th St., South Miami
Toth, Charles E. (C) ---------1219 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Tracy, William G. (C) --------------- 445 Eighth St., South, Naples
Treister, Kenneth (C) --- -----------655 N.W. 60th St., Miami
Trimm, Henry 0. (C) ----- ----------101 S.E. 7th St., Miami
Tripp, John A. (C) -----------------------2973 Coral Way, Miami
Trouchaud, J. P. (C) ------------- 3710 Bayou Louise, Sarasota
Tschumy, William E. (C) ----------2346 Douglas Read, Coral Gables
Tucker, Robert H. (C) ---- Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.,
'- *7 Gainesville
Tuttle, George A., Jr. (C) ---------1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park
Twitchell, Tollyn J. (C) ----------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Twitchell, Ralph S. (C) ---------- 125 Bigg Pass Lane, Sarasota
Tye, F. Wade (C) -------------- 125 E. Indiana Ave., DeLand


Unkefer, Earl C. (PA) --- ----------56 E. Park Lake, Orlando
Upthegrove, William R. (C) ---- 230 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Urbanus, Dan (PA) ---------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville


VanDusen, Fred C. (C) ---------5676 Colcord Ave., Jacksonville
Vann, Charles H. (C) ---- 1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Vann, Loyd F. (C) -------------- 101 N.W. 12th Avenue, Miami
Vaughn, William T. (C) -..-909 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale

37







Veenstra, Richard J. (C) __-......... 430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville
Velenti, Frank S. (C) ----------------------600 Madison, Tampa
Vensel, James E. ---- ------------2818 S.W. 22nd St., Miami
Ventriers, Dante (A) ------------------385 E. 56th St., Hialeah
Virrick, Vladlmir E. (C) ------------__- 5400 S.W. 92nd St., Miami
Vilay, Joseph R. (A) -------.----310 Spring Ave., Greensburg, Pa.
Vinza, Donald R. (A) -_----------__7-- 521 S.W. 58th St., Miami
Vogler, Richard C. (A) ----.--- 497 66th Ave., So., St. Petersburg
Volk, Frank W., Jr. (A) ------- 16556- 1st St., East, St. Petersburg
Volk, John L. (C) --------------- 206 Plaza Circle, Palm Beach
Vollmer, Carl A. (C) ----------- 2325 So. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Volmer, Peter J. (A) ..-.---3000 58th Avenue, N., St. Petersburg
Votaw, George J. (C) ----210 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach


Waddey, George (C .-----233-A Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Wagner, Ira Blount (C) ------- 843 60th Ave., So., St. Petersburg
Wakeling, Roy (C) ------- -----425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Walker, Berry J. (C) ----- ----------210 Todd Bldg., Ocala
Walker, Edward H., Jr. (C) -.--.--425 So. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Walker, Freeman L. (C) ------------950 S.W. 22nd Road, Miami
Walker, H. Leslie (C) --------- 3420 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Walker, Sidney M. (PA) -------311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Walton, Francis R. (C) ...- 211 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach
Warner, Robert A. (C) -------------917 Gilmore St., Jacksonville
Warinner, William E. (A) --------- 125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Warriner, Clifford H. (C) -------116 Park Ave., South, Winter Park
Washer, Norman E. (PA) ---------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Watson, Frank S. (F;C) -- -----1600 N.W. LeJeune Road, Miami
Watson, John T. (C) ------------------- P.O. Box 8006, Orlando
Watson, Robert E. (A) ---------- 99 N.E. 118th Ave., North Miami
Weakley, Raymond (C) (E) -------- 3280 S.W. 17th Ave., Miami
Webb, D. Nell (PA) -------- Bldg. E, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Webb, Robert I., Jr. (C) ---------------P.O. Box 967, Maitland
Whitworth, Henry P. (C) ------------------Box 685, Winter Park
Webber, William (C) ------------------P.O. Box 18463, Tampa
Weber, William F. (PA) -----------9844 Sterling Drive, Miami
Wedding, Charles R. (C) -..----. 2901 -58th Ave., N., St. Petersburg
Weed, Robert Law (C) ------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami


Weeks, Roger G. (C) ------------- 425 E. Gregory St., Pensacola
Weidemeyer, William (C) (E) -.--- 118 Antiquera Ave., Coral Gables
Weintaub, Maurice B. (C) ----------235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Weiser, Arthur (C) (E) ----------- 225 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota
Wening Robert W., Jr. (C) -- 321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach
West, Jack (C) ------------------------P.O. Box 1539, Sarasota
White, Frank W. (C) --------------10101 Forest Hills Dr., Tampa
WIelage, Robert C. (C) ------------725 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Wiesman, George C. (C) --------1520 S.E. 3rd St., Pompano Beach
Wilkinson, Sidney R. (C) ---- 3011 Manatee Ave., West, Bradenton
Williams, Charles F. (C) ----- -1 10 East Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Williams, Donald S. (C) -------------1931 Rippon St., Clearwater
Williams, Joe (C) ------ ---------1375 Cypress Ave., Eau Gallie
Willis, Lynwood G. (C) ---------_- 430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville
Willson, Jack Jr. (C) ----------225 Potter Road, West Palm Beach
Wilson, Albert K. (C) -------------------P.O. Box 476, Dunedin
Wilson, Mark Leonard (C) -------------P.O. Box 302, Winter Park
Wise, Robert C. (PA) --------- 1943 Rayben Drive, Jacksonville
Wohlberg, J. Arthur (C) -----------------P.O. Box 18405, Tampa
Wolff, Louis (C) ------------2457 N.E. 50th St., Fort Lauderdale
Wolfman, Ernest (C) ---------------P.O. Box 1134, Merritt Island
Woodard, Albert P. (C) --------------P.O. Box 3091, Tallahassee
Woodward, Robert (A) -----------P.O. Box 3457 M.S.S., Tallahassee
Woolverton, Robert D. (PA) .------2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Wortman, Edgar S. (C) -----------1122 North Dixie, Lake Worth
Wright, Carson Bennett (C) ---------- 9300 So. Dixie Hwy., Miami
Wright, Cllfford W. (C) -------185 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park
Wright, Murray B. (C) ------ 4702 So. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Wyeth, Marion Simms (E) (F) (C) ------ Wyeth Bldg., Palm Beach


Yares, Eugene (C) ---------------5920 S.W. 44th Terrace, Miami
Young, Canning K. M. (A) -Coll. of Arch. & Fine Arts, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville


Zachar, Stefan H. (C) _------_ 924 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach
ZImmer, Jack W. (C) _-----_ 1801 N.E. 14th St., Fort Lauderdale
Zimmerman, William W. (C) -------283 Broad Ave., South, Naples


Notify your Chapter, FAA, AIA whenever


there is a change in your address.


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT







State Board

Grants 39

Registrations
The Florida State Board of Archi-
tecture has announced that 39 persons
have been granted registration to prac-
tice architecture in Florida. Two of
the 39 were out of state residents.
Those passing the examination for
registration are:
BROWARD CHAPTER
John P. Dube
Alberto Gomez
Frederick Mahoney
DAYTONA BEACH CHAPTER
Alexander G. Dompe, Jr.
Harold J. Goldman
Theodore L. Roux
FLORIDA CENTRAL CHAPTER
Dwight E .Holmes
Joseph C. Laughlin
Robert V. Taylor
Frank W. Volk, Jr.
Peter J. Volmar
Forrest E. Watson
Tommy N. Watts
FLORIDA NORTH CHAPTER
Michael Lee Adams
Samuel F. Evans
John D. Puckett
FLORIDA NORTH CENTRAL
CHAPTER
Charles J. Benda
Robert W. Davis, III
Harold R. Odom
James E. Rozzelle
FLORIDA SOUTH CHAPTER
John A. Anderson, Jr.
Adonay Bergamaschi
Jorge Dorta-Duque
Joseph T. Gentile
William E. Jollay
Robert W. Kenworth
Charles C. McCoy, Jr.
Peter G. Phillips
Donald F. Roban
Barry F. Sugerman
Charles W. Wright
JACKSONVILLE CHAPTER
Frank M. LeGate
George P. L. Rumpel
MID-FLORIDA CHAPTER
Thomas R. Hurley
Eoghan N. Kelley
Arthur Regnvall
PALM BEACH CHAPTER
John J. Schlitt
OUT-OF-STATE
David E. Chapman-Atlanta, Ga.
Homer I. Jones-Atlanta, Ga.
MARCH, 1965


-i ,.


this is





... a colorful and textured finish

for all fresh concrete floor surfaces
Developed in Lambert's Florida Laboratories, KEESTONE is a specially formulated
powder, containing properly graded aggregates, in a ready-to-use form. Applied to freshly
poured concrete floor slabs, by dust-on or broadcast method, KEESTONE is floated and
troweled into the surface to simulate the natural keystone. The entire operation is completed
while concrete is in a plastic state. 0 A KEESTONE finish assures you of a colorful and
textured surface that is slip-proof and glare-proof with uniformity of color over any size
area. The finish is permanently "fused" to become a monolithic part of the concrete floor.
* KEESTONE'S dramatic surface is ideal for concrete patios, swimming pool and deck
areas, showroom floors . in fact, for any exterior or interior concrete floor surface where
a decorative, natural stone effect is desired. Resistant to heavy traffic and adverse weather
conditions, KEESTONE is a lasting complement to architectural design and landscape. I
You will be assured of a durable and distinctive appearance when you specify all concrete
floor surfaces to be finished with KEESTONE. Write for AIA File Brochure.
LAMBERT CORPORATION of FLORIDA
Plant and offices: 2125 W. Central Blvd. P. 0. Box 2226 Orlando, Florida
Manufacturers of: Paints Lacquers Waterproofings Architectural Coatings
Plants in: Orlando, Fla. Houston, Tex. Grand Rapids, Mich. High Point, N.C.
A subsidiary of Guardsman Chemical Coatings, Inc.








CALENDAR


March 6 FAA Committee on Committees
Meeting -Palm Beach (Chair-
men of Commissions & Executive
Committee)

March 11 -Palm Beach Chapter, AIA -
Monthly Meeting West Palm
Beach

March 12 Broward County, AIA Monthly
Meeting Ocean Manor Hotel,
Ft. Lauderdale- Time 12 Noon.

March 12 -Florida Northwest Chapter, AIA-
Monthly Meeting Pensacola

March 20 FAA Board of Directors Meeting
-Jack Tar Hotel Clearwater.
-Time 9:00 a.m.

March 23 Miami Chapter Producers Council
Information Meeting Coral
Gables Country Club 6 P.M.

April 6 State Legislature Convenes

April 27 Miami Chapter Producers Council
Information Meeting Coral
Gables Country Club 6 P.M.

May 22 FAA Committee on Committees
Meeting Daytona (Chair-
men of Commissions & Executive
Committee)

May 25 Miami Chapter Producers Council
Information Meeting Coral
Gables Country Club 6 P.M.

June 5 FAA Board of Directors Meeting
-Langford Hotel Winter Park
-Time 9:00 a.m.

June 14-18 -AIA National Convention & 11th
Pan American Congress of Archi-
tects Sheraton Park Hotel -
Washington, D. C.

August 21 FAA Committee on Committees
Meeting-Vero Beach- (Chair-
men of Commissions & Executive
Committee)

September 11 FAA Board of Directors Meeting
-Miami

November 17-20 -FAA 51st Annual Convention -
Jack Tar Hotel Clearwater


*big
ideas

begin
witi

GAS
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT
YOUR NATURAL GAS UTILITY
Apopka, Lake Apopka Natural Gas District
Bartow, Central Florida Gas Corp.
Blountstown, City of Blountstown
Boca Raton, Florida Public Utilities Co.
Boynton Beach, Florida Public Utilities Co.
Bradenton, Southern Gas and Electric Corp.
Chattahoochee, Town of Chattahoochee
Chipley, City of Chipley
Clearwater, City of Clearwater
Clermont, Lake Apopka Natural Gas District
Cocoa, City Gas Co.
Crescent City, City of Crescent City
Cutler Ridge, City Gas Co.
Daytona Beach, Florida Gas Co.
Deland, Florida Home Gas Co.
Delray Beach, Florida Public Utilities Co.
Eau Gallie, City Gas Co.
Eustis, Florida Gas Co.
Fort Lauderdale, Peoples Gas System
Fort Meade, City of Fort Meade
Fort Pierce, City of Fort Pierce
Gainesville, Gainesville Gas Co.
Geneva, Alabama, Geneva County Gas
District
Haines City, Central Florida Gas Corp.
Hialeah, City Gas Co
Hollywood, Peoples Gas System
Jacksonville, Florida Gas Co.
Jay, Town of Jay
Lake Alfred, Central Florida Gas Corp.
Lake City, City of Lake City
Lake Wales, Central Florida Gas Corp.
Lake Worth, Florida Public Utilities Co.
Lakeland, Florida Gas Co.
Leesburg, City of Leesburg
Live Oak, City of Live Oak
Madison, City of Madison
Marianna, City of Marianna
Melbourne, City Gas Co.
Miami, Florida Gas Co.
Miami Beach, Peoples Gas System
Mount Dora, Florida Gas Co.
New Smyrna Beach, South Florida
Natural Gas Co.
North Miami, Peoples Gas System
Ocala, Gulf Natural Gas Corp.
Opa Locka, City Gas Co.
Orlando, Florida Gas Co.
Palatka, Palatka Gas Authority
Palm Beach, Florida Public Utilities
Palm Beach Gardens, City of
Palm Beach Gardens
Panama City, Gulf Natural Gas Corp.
Pensacola, City of Pensacola
Perry, City of Perry
Plant City, Plant City Natural Gas Co.
Port St Joe, St. Joe Natural Gas Company
St. Petersburg, City of St. Petersburg
Sanford, Sanford Gas Co.
Sarasota, Southern Gas and Electric Corp.
Starke, City of Starke
Tallahassee, City of Tallahassee
Tampa, Peoples Gas System
Titusville, City Gas Co.
Umatilla, Florida Gas Co.
Valparaiso, Okaloosa County Gas District
West Miami, City Gas Co.
West Palm Beach, Florida Public Utilities Co.
Williston, City of Williston
Winter Garden, Lake Apopka Natural Gas
District
Winter Haven, Central Florida Gas Corp.
Winter Park, Florida Gas Co.


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT






*big

ideas


begin

with

GAS
*When Gould National Batteries, Inc., located in the Central Florida Industrial Park
at Orlando, the availability of NATURAL GAS was of prime importance.


Modern industrial parks realize .-' i
that BIG industries do require
NATURAL GAS for the BIG jobs
GAS does best for less. At Gould
National, NATURAL GAS does a .
multitude of important lobs in .S
the manufacturing process, pro-
vides year 'round healing and air
conditioning and supplies all of
their hot water needs.
Constant temperature control.
uninterrupted dependability and
overall economy are just three of
many reasons why industries like a
Gould National Batteries look to -
NATURAL GAS!


'Transmission Company
WINTER PARK / FLORIDA


MARCH, 1965






AI, Proposes ...



Revamping Liaison Committee System


Of The Building Industry


The complexity of modern build-
ing and environmental design prob-
lems requires new day-to-day working
relationships among leaders of the
building industry, The American In-
stitute of Architects believes.
That conviction has resulted in an
AIA proposal to engineering, contract-
ing and manufacturing groups to es-
tablish an executive level liaison
mechanism among them and to re-
vamp the existing liaison committee
system.
Arthur Gould Odell Jr., FAIA, of
Charlotte, North Carolina, president
of the AIA, outlined the proposal last
December in letters to the presidents
of the National Society of Professional
Engineers, the Associated General
Contractors, Inc., the Consulting En-
gineers Council and the Producers'
Council, Inc.
The new procedures for liaison,
which AIA sees as a more effective
method to define and evaluate prob-
lems of mutual concern and to de-
termine courses of action for their so-
lution, were discussed in January with
top officials of the four organizations.
Conducting the discussions were Mor-
ris Ketchum Jr., FAIA, New York,
N.Y., AIA first vice president and
president-elect, and William H. Sche-
ick, AIA, executive director of the
AIA.
Under the AIA proposal, its first
vice president and executive director
would be given prime responsibility
for liaison with top-ranked representa-
tives of the other groups. These of-
ficers have personal and direct com-
munications with their respective
boards of directors, permitting faster
action on certain problems than is
now possible under the present liai-
son committee system. At present all
problems, regardless of urgency, are
routed through committees.
"The scope of problems of mutual
concern to architects, other design
professionals, contractors and produc-
ers," Scheick said, "continues to in-
crease and expand beyond the pur-
view of individual working liaison


committees with which we have oper-
ated for several years."
Scheick cited increasing concern
with federal legislation and govern-
ment relations, and, in the field of
professional practice, such matters as
liability for professionals and contract-
ors as examples of matters "too broad
and overlapping for consideration by
separate liaison committees."
"Many of these problems," he as-
serted, "require the most direct forms
of communication between the de-
cision-makers of the several national
organizations."
Under the AIA proposal, specific
problems will be referred by the exe-
cutive liaison officers to special task
forces for study and recommendations.
The AIA has reorganized three of its
committees to act in that capacity:


Committees on Professional Consult-
ants, on Building Construction and on
Building Materials and Systems. Oth-
er committees will be tapped for task
force manpower when studies in depth
require other talents. Through the
new procedures, AIA anticipates that
its traditional liaison with these as-
sociations will be augmented and more
productive of mutually beneficial re-
suits.
At the state and local chapter level
the components of AIA, NSPE, CEC,
PC and AGC will continue to carry
on effective liaison work through
a variety of committee activities. The
new national procedures have no ef-
fect on the liaison methods employed
by the components or the nomencla-
ture or organization of their liaison
committees.


UDAILLE- DUVAL WRIGHT COMPANY
A DIVISION OF HOUDAILLE INDUSTRIES, INC.
EXECUTIVE OFFICE- 1000 RIVERSIDE AVE.. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
MAJOR LOCATIONS JACKSONVILLE COCOA FT. LAUDERDALE TAMPA ST. PETERSBURG
TRANSIT MIXED CONCRETE PRECAST, PRESTRESSED CONCRETE HOUBAILL.ESPAN ROAD CONSTRUCTION ASPHALT AGNREGTES


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT











Architects Help Untangle


Leases For Buildings


Building owners who would like to
lease rather than own their business
or plant facilities can do so without
losing design control of the project,
says The American Institute of Archi-
tects.
The relative advantages of owner-
ship vs. leasing should be carefully
studied by management before either
is decided upon, AIA cautions. Mean-
time, planning by the architect can
proceed in such a way as to allow
either alternative.
If the decision is to lease, certain
advantages occur. Capital investment
is reduced. Rent is deductible on tax


returns. Lease-hold improvements may
be depreciated over the useful life
of the improvement or the terms of
the lease, whichever is shorter. Credit
is less directly tied up than it is in
borrowing. Additional capital, if need-
ed, sometimes may be acquired
through sale-leasebacks. Advantages
may accrue from special industrial de-
velopment financing by communities
and States interested in industry re-
cruitment.
The AIA advises owners interested
in leasing to ask their architects to
help them guard against: (1) Pro-
posals that can't be compared readily


because of varying sites, specifications,
and terms; (2) Building design un-
suited to industrial operation or out
of step with local costs and opera-
tions; (3) Buildings whose construc-
tion does not follow original design
and specifications. AIA says that the
company planning to lease its facili-
ties can exercise the same care and
control over its facilities that it would
if it were to own them. An experien-
ced architect can be of important help
in sifting through differing plans and
proposals. He can also see to it that
architectural design is specifically
tailored to his client's needs.


WOOD is Stronger for Longer, for Less


CTHE FLORIDA WOD CONCI eae

THE FLORIDA WOOD COUNCILS


MARCH, 1965 4







FAA Members
Appointed to National
AIA Committees
The Director of the Florida Region,
Robert H. Levison, has been appoint-
ed chairman of the Commission on
Professional Society within the Na-
tional AIA structure. Levison has
worked diligently over the past two
years representing our region.
Other FAA members appointed to
AIA committees are as follows:

Committee on Student Affairs
H. Samuel Kruse, FAIA, Chair-
man.

Commission on Education and
Research
Committee on Education
T. Trip Russell, AIA (Member)

Commission on Professional Practice
Committee on Office Procedures,
Hilliard T. Smith, Jr., (Correspond-
ing Member)
Committee on Building Regulations
Roy M. Pooley, Jr. (Member)
Committee on Building Construc-
tion, John Stetson, FAIA, Chair-
man.

Commission on Architectural Design
Committee on Aestetics, Mark
Hampton, AIA (Corresponding
Member).

Commission on Public Affairs
Committee on Housing, James T.
Lendrum, AIA (Member)
Committee on Hospital Architec-
ture, Walter Schultz, AIA (Corre-
sponding Member).
Committee on Religious Architec-
ture, Mrs. Emily Obst, AIA (Cor-
responding Member).
Committee on School 6 College
Architecture, C. Ellis Duncan, AIA
(Corresponding Member).
Committee on Historic Buildings,
Dana B. Johannes, AIA (Corre-
sponding Member).
Committee on State 6 Chapter Or-
ganization, William T. Arnett, AIA
(Member).
44


JOHN F. HALLMAN, JR., Pres. & Treasurer
MARK. P. J. WILLIAMS, Vice-Pres.


G. ED LUNSFORD, JR., Secretary
FRANK D. WILLIAMS, Vice-Pres.


ESTABLISHED 1910

F. GRAHAM WILLIAMS CO.
INCORPORATED


"Beautiful and Permanent Building Materials"


TRINITY 5-0043 ooLs L .L
G)






FACE BRICK
HANDMADE BRICK
CERAMIC GLAZED BRICK
GRANITE
LIMESTONE
BRIAR HILL STONE
CRAB ORCHARD FLAGSTONE
CRAB ORCHARD RUBBLE STONE
"NOR-CARLA BLUESTONE"


L^ 1i.. 1690 MONROE DRIVE, N. E.
OFFICES AND YARD







STRUCTURAL CERAMIC
GLAZED TILE
SALT GLAZED TILE
GLAZED SOLAR SCREENS
UNGLAZED FACING TILE
ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA
BUCKINGHAM AND VERMONT
SLATE FOR ROOFS AND FLOORS
PENNSYLVANIA WILLIAMSTONE


PRECAST LIGHTWEIGHT INSULATING ROOF AND WALL SLABS


We are prepared to give the fullest cooperation and the best
quality and service to the ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS and
OWNERS on any of the many Beautiful and Permanent Building
Materials we handle. Write, wire or telephone us COLLECT for
complete information, samples and prices.





Represented in Florida by

MACK E. PALMER
P. 0. Box 5443


Jacksonville, Florida 32207


Telephone: 398-7255


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT


ArlPT AVnTr A


I


" L








,1dPcuckaa w.4.


Survey of



Florida Architectural Profession


During the past week every register-
ed architect in Florida received two
types of cards, a covering letter and
an instruction sheet, thereby launch-
ing the largest survey of The Florida
Architectural profession ever under-
taken by the State Association.
The purpose of this survey is to


bring forth knowledge, never before
known, relative to the economic im-
pact of the profession upon the econo-
my of Florida.
The FAA Board of Directors recog-
nizing the tremendous value of this
project appropriated a large sum of


money for the conduct of this state-
wide project. The replies will be ma-
chine processed.
Complete anonymity is important
and return postage is prepaid.
Every architect is urged to cooper-
ate and return the cards no later than
March 31st.


SURVEY of the 1
Florida Architectural Profession INDIVIDUALS
PLEASE COMPLETE ONE CARD FOR EACH EMPLOYEE
I 1.0 Registered Architect
2.0 Graduate Architect
S 3.0 Senior Draftsman
0 4.0 Junior Draftsman
S 5.0 Engineer

II 1.0 Non-Member
0 2. DAssociate Member
9 3.0 Professional Associate
0 4.AOCorporate Member
S 5.OAIA
O 6. DARA
S7.OOTHER
III 1.EEmployee
2. Associate of Firm
3. oPartner/Member of Firm
S 4. Sole Proprietor
S' 5. [ Teaching
6. O Public Bureau
9m t 7.] Retired/Semi-Retired

IV 1.0 Under 3,000
2. 1 3,000- 5,000
3.0 5,000- 7,500
4.0 7,500 10,000
5.0 15,000 20,000
E.0 20,000 25,000
7.0 C25,000 35,000
S8. 035,000- 50,000
uS 9.O over 50,000.

V 1.020 30
2.030 40
3.040 50
4.0 50 60
S 5.060 70
4 6.0 over 70

Card No I-One card to be completed for
every person employed in firm included, prin-
cipal, owner, draftsmen, engineers, secretaries,
bookkeepers, etc.
MARCH, 1965


SURVEY of the 2
Florida Architectural Profession FIRMS
PLEASE ANSWER ONLY ONE CARD FOR FIRM
IS FIRM:
1.0 Incorporated
2.0 Partnership
3.0 Architect-Engineer
I 1.0l General 5.0 Institutional
E 2.0 Residential 6.0 Religious
S 3.C Commercial 7.0 Industrial
10 o. 4.0 Public
I 1.0 Under 250,000
E 2.0 250,000 500,000
S 3.0 500,000- 1,000,000
R 4.0 1,000,000- 3,000,000
u 5. over 3,000,000
IV IN STATE: OUT-OF-STATE:
S 1.0 under 25M 6.0 under 25 M
S 2.025M1- 50M 7.025M- 50M
S3.0 50M -100 M 8.050M 100M
S4.0 100M 500M 9.0100M 500M
ShaW 5.0 over 500M 10.Dover 5001M

V 3 1. 1
a S2.0 2
a 3 3.0- 3- 4
g 4.0 5- 9
Z 0 5.0 10 or more
VI W 1.0 1-4
S2.0 5-9
0 3.010-19
f14 4.1120 39
zO o 5.040 or more
VII 12 3456
1. Architects
2. Engineers
S 3. Senior Draftsmen
S 4. Junior Draftsmen
g0 5. Secretaries
A 6. Accountants
U 7. Specifications Writers

Card No. 2--Only one card will be completed
per firm.









Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson



To Lead AIA Convention


The Hon. Adlai E. Stevenson, U.
S. Ambassador to the United Nations,
has accepted a leading role in the or-
ganization for the largest international
gathering of architects in history.
Mr. Stevenson will serve as honor-
ary chairman of the organizing com-
mittee for the XI Pan American Con-
gress of Architects in Washington
June 14-18. It's theme will be "Cities
of the New World."
Arthur Gould Odell, Jr., FAIA, pre-
sident of The American Institute of
Architects, which is host to the Con-
gress in conjunction with its 97th an-
nual convention at the Sheraton Park
Hotel, announced Mr. Stevenson's ac-
ceptance of the post.
"The combined Congress and con-
vention will bring together in Wash-
ington this year the largest group of
architects in the history of the world,"
Odell said. "Americans, North and
South, are concerned about the qual-
ity of their cities and their impact
on man's physical and spiritual well-
being. We are delighted that Ambas-
sador Stevenson will add his experi-
ence and prestige to our quest for
knowledge and solutions to problems."
In accepting the appointment, Am-
bassador Stevenson said: "The nations
of the Western Hemisphere share to
a large extent similar problems of
community growth and development.
Virtually all the cities of the New
World are concerned with combating
the forces of unprecedented growth,
deterioration and ugliness which are
threatening to make our urban areas
unfit places for the pursuit of the
good life. The XI Pan American Con-
gress of Architects will focus attention
on these problems and, in the spirit of
international cooperation, will explore
ways in which the physical environ-
ment of our-cities and towns can en-
hance the lives of our citizens. I com-
mend the purposes of this Congress,
and I am pleased to lend my support
to it."
More than 1,000 architects from 10


Latin American countries are expected
to join twice that many U. S. col-
leagues at the Congress and conven-
tion. This year will be the first in
which he United States has been host
to members of the Pan American Fed-
eration of Architects' Associations,
formed in 1920. The Federation is
composed of architectural societies be-
longing to the Organization of Ameri-
can States.
The joint meeting will trace the
urban development of the Western
Hemisphere from its beginnings to
the present and project it into the
future. A full program, with more
than 20 speakers from the United
States and Latin America, and several
special social events are being plan-
ned for all expected 5,000 people, in-
cluding dependents of the architects.


FloridiF
opportu,

for

ylou!


Here is your golden opportunity
to find new sources of supply...
to niake valuable new contacts
which can lead to increased
business for you and your com-
pany ... to be first in acquiring
tomorrow's products today!
PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THE

FLORIDA INDUSTRIES
EXPOSITION
EXPOSITION PARK
ORLANDO
APRIL 27-30, 1965
Open daily at 10:00 a.m. for business visitors only.
From 2:00 p.m. to closing for the general public.
SPONSORED BY THE FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
THIS ADVERTISEMENT CONTRIBUTED BY THE CITY OF ORLANDO

THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT


ADVERTISERS' INDEX
Alger-Sullivan Company 29-30
Dunan Brick Yards, Inc. 3rd Cover
Dwyer Products
of Florida, Inc. 9-10
Florida Gas Transmission 40-41
Florida Industries Exposition 46
Florida Investor-Owned
Electric Utilities .24-25
Florida National Gas
Association . ... 7
Florida Wood Councils 43
Georgia-Pacific Corporation 19-20
Gory Roofing Tile
Manufacturing, Inc. . 6
Houdaille-Duval-Wright Co.-
Div. Houdaille Industries,
Inc . 42
J. I. Kislak Mortgage
Corp of Florida . . 46
Lambert Corporation of Florida 39
Merry Brothers Brick & Tile Co. 3
Miami Window Corporation 1
,Richard Plumer
Business Interiors, Inc. 8
Reflectal Corporation . 4
Solite Corporation . 23
Southern Bell Telephone
& Telegraph Co. 22
Stresscon International,
Inc ... .2nd Cover
Trinity White-General
Portland Cement Co. 26
F. Graham Williams Co. . 44


MONEY TO BUILD
1 APARTMENTS
SHOPPING CENTIRS
INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS
1 HOUSES
FHA- VA- CONVENTIONAL LOANS
Skilled mortgage
specialists for FHA
multi-family projects,
elderly housing
and nursing homes
anywhere in the U.S.
Mortgage lending
is our business.
Tell your client to call
us... we want
to finance his
next project!




J. I. KISLAK
MORTGAGE
CORPORATION OF FLORIDA
Offices in
Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg,
Orlando, Cocoa Beach,
Fort Lauderdale, Pensacola
and Jacksonville























* We have been appointed Southeast Florida dis-
tributors for a product which we believe offers
very wide possibilities for creative design. It is
called CV DURATHIN an architectural ceramic
veneer for exterior and interior wall facing manu-
factured by The Federal Seaboard Terra Cotta
Corporation.
* Design your own ... or choose a sculptured
pattern from theCV DURATHIN Design Series. You
can select a gloss, satin or unglazed finish and
specify unit sizes up to 17%" by 23%" with a
uniform thinness of three-eighths of an inch.
* Samples of CV DURATHIN are easily available
to you. A new brochure "Fifty Favorite Colors"
is available.


BRICK


DUNAN BRICK YARDS, INC.
MIAMI, FLORIDA TUxedo 7-1525


DUNAN







Next In


SNovember...


B The Florida Central Chapter is the Host for the
., FAA's 1965 Convention . And the Conven-
a tion theme now under development by the
q S i t Red Coats and to be announced next month
CC will, by all reports, be as provocative as any in
all the FAA's bright convention history ...











L L Headquarters of the FAA's
Convention will be the Jack
Tar Hotel, the largest and
finest of Florida's West
Coast. The new convention
hall features the finest facili-
ties--exhibits and meetings
in one area. Best of all, a
complete downtown resort,
comfortable and inexpensive










51st ANNUAL FAA CONVENTION
NOVEMBER 17, 18, 19, 20, 1965-JACK TAR HOTEL CLEARWATER




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs