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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 1966
Frequency: quarterly
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Subject: Architecture -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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->.
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OFFICERS
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1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
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II. Leslie Walker, Treasurer, P.O. Box 18321, Tampa

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Daytona Beach Francis R. Walton
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Institute of Architects
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THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT
Fotis N. Karousatos / Editor
Eleanor Miller / Assistant Editor
Ann Krestenscn / Art Director
G. Wade Swicord / Architectural Photographer
M. Elaine Mead / Circulation Manager
THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT, Official Journal of the Florida
Association of the American Institute of Architects, Inc., is owned
and published by the Association, a Florida Corporation not for
profit. It is published monthly at the Executive Office of the
Association, 3730 S. W. 8th Street, Coral Gables 34, Florida;
telephone, 448-7454.
Editorial contributions, including plans and photographs of archi
tects' work, are welcomed but publication cannot be guaranteed.
Opinions expressed by contributors are not necessarily those of the
Editor or the Florida Association of the AIA. Editorial material
may be freely reprinted by other official AIA publications, pro-
vided full credit is given to the author and to The FLORIDA
ARCHITECT for prior use. . Advertisements of products,
materials and services adaptable for use in Florida are welcome,
but mention of names or use of illustrations, of such materials and
products in either editorial or advertising columns does not con-
stitute endorsement by the Florida Association of the AIA. Adver-
tising material must conform to standards of this publication; and
the right is reserved to reject such material because of arrange-
ment, copy or illustrations. . Controlled circulation postage paid
at Miami, Florida. Single copies, 50 cents; subscription, $5.00
per year. March Roster Issue, $2.00. . McMurray Printers.
MARCH, 1966


NEW BUILDINGS
AROUND OUR STATE
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TIHE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

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THE BULOWV RI I t, \1TION
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DEDICATION SPEECH
by Leonard J. Currie
14-15
UPCOMING SEMINAR
in Design Concept
18

BOOST FOR BUILDERS
19
ARCHI'ITECTURAL SECRETARIES
20

1966 MEMBERSHIP ROSTER
23-38
NEWLY-APPOINTED ARCHITECTS
40
A NEW TREASURER
42
CALENDAR OF EVENTS

44
SCHOOL BOARD DESIGN BUREAU
COSTLIER THAN PRIVATE ARCHITECTS

46
ADVERTISERS' INDEX
46
"FROM\ I \ I RII NCING ARCHITECTURE"
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FRONT' COVXER --The year was 1836; the U.S. Militia
and the Seminole Indians were at war. In their conflict, the
great Bulow Plantation was burned to the ground. Today, 130
years later, preservation work is being done at the Bulow site.
Cover photographs by G. Wade Swicord.

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BUILDINGS AROUND THE STATE


As often as possible, The Florida Architect will take a look around our Sunshine State and
report on some of the new buildings that are taking shape. We're sure that his will be of
great interest to our readers, so plan to take a pictorial tour of Florida's newest buildings
with us regularly. We'd also like to hear from you regarding any structures you think
we should report on . just send us photographs and information.
NEW HOME FOR CELOTEX The biggest high-rise building on Tampa's west side will be
the new seven-story, 75,000-square-foot headquarters for Celotex Corporation, a subsidiary


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of Jim Walter Corp. of Tampa. The handsome $1 /2 million building, which will house gen-
eral offices of Celotex, is being built just west of Dale Mabry and north of Interstate 4 exit
traffic circle in Tampa. Designed by architect Harry A. MacEwen, AIA, the structure will
be completed this Fall. It features seven-story-high, narrow-ribbon windows of solar-bronze
glass used in connection with light-color brick. Visitors will walk on a bridge over water
to enter the building. Three fountains and landscaping on either side will complete this
attractive scene. Contemporary murals will decorate the reception area. Contractor is Mills
& Jones Inc. of St. Petersburg.

SKY-THEATRE FOR MIAMI The new Planetarium addition (below) of the Museum of
Science and Natural History is scheduled for completion in May, 1966. Designed by Pan-
coast, Ferendino, Grafton and Skeels, the Plantetarium building and instruments will cost
approximately one-half-million dollars. After equipment is installed, the entire structure
will be open to the public in the fall. Astronomy classes will be conducted, with schools
visiting for special projects. In the afternoon and evening, entertaining and educational
programs will be scheduled for the public. The building encompasses approximately
10,000-square-feet, and the gunite-exterior dome rises 45-feet high. It is being built by the
Snead Construction Company.

CHOCKTAWHATCHEE HIGH SCHOOL Fort Walton Beach's Chocktawhatchee Senior High
School (top right next page) will be completed this Fall, just in time to house a potential
2000 student body. Designed by Ricks & Kendrick, AIA, of Fort Walton Beach, and being
built by Dyson and Company of Pensacola, the plant is actually two structures: a main
building housing administration, academic, cafeteria, gymnasium, and auditorium; the
smaller structure containing industrial shop facilities. 38 conventional classrooms are in-
cluded in the almost-$2-million-building, along with separate foreign language lab, student


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book store, band suites, a 600-seat auditorium, and much more. The main building will be a
patterned combination of dark and light brick veneer on a steel skeleton.

CHEMISTRY RESEARCH The University of Florida's new chemistry research unit is shown
below in this rendering from McLane, Ranon, McIntosh and Bernardo of Tampa. The four-
story structure, now underway just south of Leigh Hall where the Department of Chem-
istry is located, will include 32 laboratories to accommodate from 2-6 students apiece. The
$1,425,000 project is scheduled for completion in late 1966. C. A. Fielland Construction
Company is handling work on this chemistry addition at Gainesville, Fla.


MARCH, 1966





MIAMI MERCANDISE MART Final plans for construction of a major fashion mart in Miami
were completed this month and announced by Herbert Martin, mart authority; Julius M.
Vron, President, and Harry Burns of the Keyes Company; and Harry Seeve, an executive of
United Investors Corporation of New York. The multi-million-dollar Miami International
Market Center will have tremendous impact on the economy of Florida, experts said.
Groundbreaking for the facility is scheduled for June 1 and completion is expected by
June 1, 1967, according to Herbert Martin, Managing Director of the Mart.

The apparel and mart complex will be located in the unincorporated area of Dade County
on approximately 100 acres of land purchased from Maule Industries, Inc., at a cost of
approximately $2 million. The location will be between Northwest 7th Street and North-
west 12th Street, and east of Milam Dairy Road (Northwest 72nd Avenue). It will be con-
structed in conjunction with the new East-West Expressway which will link both Miami
and Miami Beach with the Mart. The East-West Expressway will have an interchange at the
Mart-site which will give quick and easy access to the facility from all over Dade County

A wholesale shopping center for clothing buyers from around the nation and South and
Central America, the Miami International Market Center will consist of a 5-story, 1-million-
square-foot apparel mart and a 1-million-square-foot general merchandise mart, which
together will house up to 5,000 individual exhibitors; a 120,000-square-foot exhibition hall;
a 1,000-room motel; an enormous shopping mall; a condominium apartment complex;
parking for 5,000 cars, with tram service to the Mart; barber shop; 3 restaurants; beauty
salon, bank; travel agency; and much more.

Although designed as a store-for-stores, on a wholesale basis, the Miami International
Market Center will still be the mecca for the resident and visitor alike. The centrally-
located, easily-accessible exhibition hall will be the scene of open-to-the-public rodeos,
ice shows, concerts, circuses, boat shows, etc.

Architect for the Miami International Market Center is Herbert Johnson & Associates, with
Robert Boerema and Mark Hampton supervising the project for the architectural firm. The
contractor has not yet been selected, according to Mr Martin. Jerry Friedman has been
appointed Project Manager.


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STANDARDS

The search for a successful life in
architecture will reveal the establish-
ment and acceptance of standards.
These standards are historical experi-
cnces leading to the order of archi-
tecture. This order becomes a base
from which we call ourselves pro-
fessionals.
"He who has no taste for order will
be often wrong in his judgment and
seldom considerate or conscientious in
his actions." Lavater
The development of standards into
order can be identified in our organi-
zations. The American Institute of
Architects standards of professional
practice create an order for the best
interest of the profession. The Florida
Association policies and procedures
are created to make the Association of
ever increasing service to society. The
individual architect must also develop
an order for his practice and proced-
ures. These standards of order must
work within the frame of the institute
and the association. However, they
must provide for creative growth.
"It becomes dangerous when the ad-
justment to the accepted standards is
exaggerated and brings forth prejudi-
ces and rejections of everything dif-
ferent."-Norberg Schultz
Membership in the professional or-
ganization carries the obligations to
accepted standards and procedures.


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These standards and procedures do
not assure a fulfillment of a successful
life in architecture. Order will pro-
duce questions leading to judgment.
It is this order of judgment which
shapes the architect and the architec-
ture. The standards of judgment are
criteria for analysis and statement by
the architect in architecture. This is
a personal process of creativity.

"We judge ourselves by what we
feel capable of doing; others judge us
by what we have done." Longfellow

Once produced, the architecture is
subject to analysis by standards of
judgment of other persons. This tech-
nique has been called criticism. Arch-
itects have varied opinions about the
use of this technique. Fruitful criti-
cism should have a common standard
of judgment.

"Criticism can take two approaches.
It can criticize the work as it is, or as
it appears, without research or refer-
ence to the conditions and processes
which produced it. Or, it can make a
serious effort to learn and understand
those conditions and processes in
order to better understand the result."
- Eckbo

The Institute and the Association
and the architect are concerned about
this technique. Relevant criticism can
produce better architecture but the
standards of criticism and the critic
bear the greatest responsibility.


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(Paraphrased from research by the Florida State Museum)
THEN . .
The ruins of Bulow Plantation are located approxi-
mately fifteen miles north of Daytona Beach, between the
Tomoka and Matanzas Rivers. The site is now owned and
maintained by the Florida Board of Parks and Historic
Memorials, and is open to the public daily.
The plantation lands were originally part of a Spanish
land grant made to John Russell by authorities at St.
Augustine in exchange for a wooden schooner. Russell
began clearing the land and building quarters in 1812, but
died shortly thereafter. In 1821, the heirs of Russell sold
the land to Charles Wilhelm Bulow, who began to plant
and clear the land for sugar cane immediately.
However, Charles Bulow died in 1823, before the Flor-
ida estate was well established, and his young son, John
Joachim Bulow, inherited the estate shortly afterward.
The plantation prospered under John Bulow, and be-
tween 1823 and 1835 it became one of the greatest planta-
tions of East Florida. Approximately 800 to 1000 acres
were cleared and under cultivation, producing annual crops
worth a minimum of $20,000 in sugar, cotton, and food-
stuffs. A large two-story frame "Great House" was con-
structed as the owner's residence, and is said to have
contained a fine library; copies of Milton and Shakespeare
were found in the fields after the plantation was burned.
More than forty shingled slave houses, two fodder houses,
a corn house, barn, poultry house, cooperage, and store-
houses were constructed of wood. The "sugar works," con-
sisting of a steam-engine house and a large building con-
taining the boiling vats and curing rooms, was built of
coquina block mined nearby. The walls of these structures
were eighteen inches thick, and the larger T-shaped build-
ing measured approximately 93 by 118 feet.
John Bulow was a gay, young bachelor, and had re-
ceived his education in Paris. Evidently he entertained
often and well. It is significant that the banks of three
boat slips were lined with empty imported ale and wine
bottles.
In early December, 1835, the Seminole Indians indi-
cated by hostile actions that they did not intend to be
relocated west of the Mississippi as ordered by the U. S.
Government. Thus began the conflict now known as the
Second Seminole War. The majority of the planters in the
area were sympathetic toward the Indians and resented the
positioning of Federal troops in posts located at the vari-
ous plantations. John Bulow so resented the intrusion that
he fired a four-pounder canon at Major Putnam's forces
as they arrived, and was subsequently so uncooperative and
rude that he was reported placed in confinement. Bulows
Plantation was made a temporary fortress, and bales of
cotton worth $20,000 were placed in front of a temporary
stockade. All available outbuildings were used as quarters
for the troops, and wagons and animals were confiscated
for military use.
In late December, 1835, many plantations surrounding
Bulow Plantation were destroyed by the Indians, and
Bulow Plantation became a place of refuge. In January,
1836, Major Putnam found his forces greatly outnumbered


by the Indians, and the militia and refugees withdrew to
St. Augustine and its vicinity. On, February 7, 1836, dense
smoke was seen in the direction of Bulowville, and the
plantation was discovered to have been totally destroyed.
Some have conjectured that the militia occupying the
plantation inflicted as much damage as the marauding
Indians. John Bulow evidently held this view, for he put
in a claim to the U. S. government for $83,475, for which
he never received payment. IIe died in Paris at the age of
27, and no attempt was ever made to rebuild the planta-
tion. The ruins have remained virtually unchanged since
the burning in 1836, for the ashes still lie undisturbed
upon the ground.

AND NOW .
(as told to Florida Architect by
Ierschel E. Shepard Jr., AIA)
No previous restoration or preservation work has been
attempted at Bulow. It is evident from the photographs
that innumerable live oaks and palms have grown within
the ruins.
We will not attempt to "restore" the ruins (in the
sense of "rebuilding") for the following reasons:
1. Research at this time indicates that detailed in-
formation is not, and will not be, available. Therefore,
reconstruction would be hypothetical and inaccurate, and
might destroy archaeological evidence.
2. Reconstruction would cost an exorbitant amount;
perhaps scvcral hundred thousand dollars.
3. The ruins as they stand are interesting testimony
to the destruction wrought during the Seminole War, and
restoration would obliterate this important aspect.
4. The ruins as they stand have a certain "mystique"
and aesthetic appeal that excessive tinkering can easily
destroy.
We intend to waterproof the walls in order to prevent
further deterioration, and to create controlled walkways
through the ruins which will prevent further vandalism.
We will also plant the interior of the buildings with
flowering shrubs, creating in effect gardens similar to those
planted in the ruins of English cathedrals destroyed in the
second World War.
Our course of action has been as follows:
1. This office has completed a set of measured draw-
ings of the sugar mill ruins.
2. An accurate survey of the site will be made in the
near future by State personnel, '..rl;n_ in cooperation
with the State \ 1 ..in.
3. Ari~.l, .1,;:... working under the auspices of the
Museum, have already run exploratory trenches at the site.
Several years will be needed to complete this work, and
the architectural improvements are designed to allow
complete flexibility of archaeological investigation. For
instance, walks will be removable, and all plantings will be
placed on topsoil well above existing debris.
4. Working drawings for the walks and planting are
nearing completion, and will be let for bids in the very near
future.
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The Evolving Role of Education in
Architecture and Fine Arts

Dedicatory Address at the Dedica-
tion of the new Architectural and
Fine Arts Complex, Rudolph Weaver
Hall, University of Florida, Gaines-
ville, February 5, 1966, by Leonard J.
Currie, Dean of the College of Archi-
tecture and Art, University of Illinois,
Chicago, Illinois.
.. This must be a great occasion of
fulfillment for the many faculty mem-
bers, former faculty, students and
alumni who have aspired and worked
over a span of years to achieve these
modern facilities for the College of
Architecture and Fine Arts. For the
past ten years, I have followed with
interest the programming of your
building requirements and your efforts
to secure the necessary priorities and
appropriations. For years it has
been the fate of architectural schools
to be relegated to the quonset huts or
to the top floors of Engineering Build-
ings, and art programs have generally
gotten the basements and the garrets.
The aspirations of the architectural
profession and the schools throughout
the nation were eloquently and suc-
cinctly expressed by your own Dean
Turpin Bannister in 1954 when he
wrote in "The Architect at Mid-Cen-
tury" the following commentary on
the physical facilities of architectural
schools:
". .it is perhaps gratuitous to add
that space provided for schools of
architecture should not only be ade-
quate in amount, but also of high
quality. Architectural students and


teachers, despite their supercritical
tendencies, are unusually responsive to
attractive surroundings. This does not
mean luxury, but rather an inspired
application of the principles they
profess. To all of these ends the Com-
mission lends its urgent and vigorous
demand."
It is gratifying that in the last dec-
ade a growing number of architectural
schools have achieved new buildings
- a few of them being the architec-
tural showpieces of their campuses -
and university art centers have been
springing up across the country. Some
measure of credit for this should go to
Dean Bannister and his colleagues on
the Midcentury Survey Commission of
the A.I.A. But, without a doubt, this
dedication of the College Complex
and Rudolph Weaver Hall is the fit-
ting climax and tribute of the vision
and dedication of Dean Bannister.
Now that your physical needs have
been met at least for the time being,
the faculty and the architectural pro-
fession of Florida can renew their pur-
suit of excellence of program. I sug-
gest that we consider briefly the chang-
ing role of the profession and the
implication of these changes for ar-
chitectural education.
Perhaps the unique characteristic
of our present situation is the rate of
change of knowledge -and our
awareness of this rate of change. A
recent survey of vocational education
revealed that some trade-schools are
actually training students to operate
machines that are no longer used in
industry. I do not refer to machines
that have been superseded by later
models, but cases where the process
is no longer performed such as the
operation of comptometers. How
much of the education of architects,
of product designers, and of construc-
tion industry personnel falls in that
category? It is evident that our pro-
fessions, our trade unions, and our
educational institutions do not take
sufficient cognizance of the rate of
obsolescence of knowledge.
Several years ago Robert Oppen-
heimer indicated that the half-life of
knowledge in most scientific disci-
plines was about 10 years, and in
some newer specialized fields, such as
atomic physics, it was only 5 years.
Stated in another way, the new sci-
entific knowledge deveolped n the last
10 years is equal to all the previous
knowledge accumulated in human his-
tory, and a thoroughly educated sci-
entist who suddenly stopped learning
ten years ago would be only half edu-
cated today.


What is the rate of change in rele-
vant architectural knowledge and of
essential techniques? What is the rate
of change in perception and insights
in the graphic and plastic arts? How
much of what a student learns in
school is obsolete before he graduates?
A good guess might be about 50%!
Our senior architectural practition-
ers, those heading most of our large
firms, spent a great deal of their time
in school in grinding Chinese ink and
running graded washes. Later students
spent countless hours making elegant
presentation models and many still
do. What are the current rituals
which will soon become identified as
being as futile as the Chinese ink
ritual? How quickly should we anti-
cipate the elimination for example of
specification writing as we know it -
with the advent of electronic storage
and retrieval systems, computers and
data banks? How soon will most draft-
ing be done by machine and plan-
ning decisions speeded and improved
with the aid of the computer?
A system of producing maps by
computer, quickly and effectively, has
been developed by Howard Fisher.
This highly inventive architect and
city planner is now working under a
Ford Foundation grant, on the appli-
cations and implications of this pro-
cess. He is based at the Joint Center
For Urban Studies of M.I.T. and
Harvard. You shall soon be seeing the
results of this work in many disci-
plines but especially in the city
planning field. This is more than a
new technique for doing an old job.
It will revolutionize the use of geog-
raphically disposed data, and the sys-
tem of choices in planning.
In building technology, the evolv-
ing techniques are too numerous to
mention. But I shall cite just one,
the critical-path-method a system of
scheduling, with the aid of a com-
puter, the sequence of tasks on a com-
plex construction job in such a way
as to expedite the work and save on
the total construction time necessary.
This method was a factor in the build-
ing in record time of the first phase
of our new campus of the University
of Illinois in Chicago.
What implications do the continu-
ing technological revolution and the
accelerating rate of change of knowl-
edge have for the architectural profes-
sion and hence for architectural edu-
cation? The typical architectural stu-
dent takes about ten years beyond
high school for his academic program,
internship, and the passing of his
registration exams. It certainly makes
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no sense to stuff him with informa-
tion and to teach him skills that will
be obsolete by the time he achieves
his registration. By studying the re-
cent changes in professional practice,
the newest applicable innovations,
and the trends in the more scientific
fields, it is not difficult to identify the
architecturally-related techniques and
knowledge that are on the verge of
becoming obsolete.
What needs to be retained and
sharpened in school is the method of
attacking problems. That this method
must become more rigorous and sci-
entific appears self-evident as sci-
entific method is becoming essential
to all who would survive in our con-
temporary society and I am referring
to something more than the current
trend of getting on the science band-
wagon. The fledgling architect must
learn'to marshal information, quan-
tify, analyze, hypothesize, set up
model situations against which to test
his hypotheses and then synthesize
and choose between alternatives.
One of the imperatives in education
today is to instill in the student a
positive attitude toward change. This
attitude toward change can be fo-
mented in part through his success in
adapting to change while in the aca-
demic environment. It will serve him
well throughout his professional life,
not only in helping him adapt to
change without personal trauma, but
even in helping him to anticipate and
to generate change.
Will these scientific trends mechan-
ize and dehumanize architecture and
art? Might they even make such crafts
unnecessary? This is a legitimate fear,
but in the balance I think not. Did
the advent of the slide rule make the
engineer obsolete? Rather, it speeded
his calculations so that he could de-
vote his time to more meaningful en-
deavors. In like manner, the desk
calculator more quickly performs the
manipulation of figures and leaves the
accountant more time to consider the
form and structure of his accounts.
As many of the tasks of the architect
and his engineering collaborators will
soon be accomplished quickly and
accurately with the help of mechani-
cal and electronic devices tasks
such as structural calculations, heat
t r a n s f e r calculations, specification
writing, the routine drafting and ap-
plication of notes to contract docu-
ments the architect will be freed to
think, and to more thoroughly explore
alternative solutions at each stage of
each project.
And what of the plastic arts, of
design, of music? Music, of course,
has been profoundly influenced by
modern technology in its composi-
tion and in its performance. Hi-fi and
MARCH, 1966


stereo equipment has brought concert
performances right into all of our liv-
ing rooms. TV and transistor radios
permit the individual, especially the
teenager who has lived his whole life
in this new world, to enclose himself
in image and sound, to create his pri-
vate aural envelope. That the elec-
tronic computers can and do compose
music in accordance with instructions
programmed and fed into them, is a
well-established phenomena. At the
University of Illinois in Urbana, the
music department has been pioneer-
ing in this matter, and some of their
results are astonishing and fantastic.
The mathematical ee g a n c e of
music in its structure, and rhythms
and systems has long been evident.
More recently the relevance of
mathematics and the pure sciences to
the plastic and graphic arts has be-
come increasingly apparent. A student
who wishes to work with Buckminster
Fuller and go through the experience
of generating marvelous dymaxion
domes must soon discover more about
solid geometry than he ever imagined
he could. Art students working on pre-
cise drawings of optical andd kinetic
art systems, and generating moire pat-
terns, discover for themselves new and
exciting mathematical and optical
phenomena.
The long prevalent idea that art
and design students need to be tal-
ented but not intelligent, intuitive but
not analytical, now appears to have
been romantic nonsense. The ability
to comprehend systems, to deal with
higher levels of abstraction, is com-
mon to the most successful people in
mathematics, science, engineering, art,
and architecture. It is interesting to
note that against this oft-heard stereo-
type of students of the Fine Arts as
talented dumbbells, is the recently
compiled data from Admissions and
Records offices. In one large univer-
sity University of Illinois at Urbana
-the entering students in Fine and
Applied Arts have the highest ratings
of any college in their achieved aca-
demic level. The average student in
Fine and Applied Arts is a smarter
student, as measured by standing in
his high school class and in college
boards, than the average student in
any other college campus.
At Princeton a week ago, Prof. Len-
drum and I attended a conference on
architectural education. Administra-
tors of schools all across the country
confirmed the trend of the brightest
students opting for architecture.
We desperately need these bright
young people every iota of their
intelligence, their creativity and their
dedication -if we are to make our


man-made world habitable. The indis-
criminate chaos, disorder and confu-
sion of our modern metropolitan com-
plexes, and their sprawling destruction
of our once lovely countryside, attests
to the aesthetic and moral bankruptcy
of our materialistic civilization. The
recent cries of protest, such as Peter
Blake's book, "God's Own Junkyard,"
raise serious questions about the abil-
ity of a species such as Homo Sapien
to survive if he persists in fouling his
own nest. Although focusing more on
the urban environment, where an
ever-increasing number of our citizens
live out their lives, the warning in
"God's Own Junkyard" is not unre-
lated to "The Silent Spring," by
Rachel Carson which treats yet an-
other aspect of man's tendency to
destroy himself through induced eco-
logical imbalances.
In primitive societies, the level of
material comfort falls far short of
ours, yet we all tend to admire and
envy the grace and the harmony of
life that is characteristic of those
primitive societies that still exist. One
of the essential differences is that in
primitive societies the arts form an
integral part of daily life, while in our
modern industrialized society life has
become fragmented -religion takes
place in churches, art is confined to
museums, and the work-a-day world
has little use for either morals or
aesthetics.
It will be the burden and the chal-
lenge of students now being educated
in these new buildings, as well as the
many who follow them, to bring a
measure of order and harmony and
beauty into the human environment.
As a final note on the practical
value of art and of education in the
Arts to our pragmatic society, I should
like to share with you a delightful
excerpt from a talk given by the poet,
John Ciardi, before a meeting of busi-
ness executives. He said:
"There is no poetry for the prac-
tical man. There is poetry only for
the mankind of the man who spends
a certain amount of his time turning
the mechanical wheel. But let him
spend too much of his life at the
mechanics of practicality and either
he must become something less than
a man, or his very mechanical effi-
ciency will become impaired by the
frustrations stored up in his irrational
human personality. An ulcer, gentle-
men, is an unkised imagination tak-
ing his revenge for having been jilted.
It is an unwritten poem, a neglected
music, an unpainted watercolor, an
undanced dance. It is a declaration
from the mankind om the man that a
clear spring of joy has not been tap-
ped, and that it must break through,
muddily on its own."






























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stimulated both groups. The curriculum
emphasizes the inter-relatedness of knowl-
edge and the constant development of
independent study. The fact that more than
50% of the first two graduating classes are
now involved in graduate work is indicative
of the success of Florida Presbyterian's
program.
This liberal arts college in St. Petersburg
is the nation's first fully-operational institu-
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The ALL-ELECTRIC award signifies that
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heating, cooking, and ample lighting.
The 46 modern buildings on the Florida
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the administration building, an infirmary, a
maintenance building, an outdoor heated
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In Orlando, April 22nd
The FAAIA announces a DESIGN CONCEPT SEMINAR to be
sponsored in conjunction with the Mid-Florida Chapter of the AIA
and the AIA Committee on Aesthetics.
After several years of experimentation, this national committee
has embarked on a program which conforms to the stated objects
of the Institute . "to promote the aesthetic . efficiency of the
profession." The Committee has developed a program of design
evaluation seminars to be conducted at chapter level. In this
manner, it is hoped that members of our profession would have an
equal opportunity to participate in this analytical, stimulating, self-
improvement program.
The DESIGN CONCEPT SEMINAR is a closed-door session
limited to practising architects . to present critical analysis and
candid discussion of the development through schematic stages of
well-designed projects, and thereby to inspire architects to devote
more time, care and thought to conceptual design.
Three members of the profession (now being selected) will
present their design evaluation of one of their recent commissions
to an architectural forum, composed of their fellow practitioners
and a design advisory panel. The professions of medicine and
dentistry have long benefited from the dissemination of profes-
sional knowledge through seminar research papers.
The basic purpose of this jointly-sponsored program is to instill
in our members the responsibility to themselves, to the profession
and to society to create a more aesthetic total environment. The
Committee on Aesthetics feels that the attainment of maturity by
the architectural profession will be achieved through such a self-
improvement program; that by demonstrating the problems and
purposes of evaluation through which the design process achieves
a successful solution, all architecture will benefit.
The DESIGN CONCEPT SEMINAR will be held April 22,
1966, at the Robert Meyer Motor Inn, Orlando, Florida, beginning
at 9:30 a.m. Since a maximum of 75 would be the desired attend-
ance, architects will be requested to pre-register. All FAAIA mem-
bers will receive a printed program and registration form during the
latter part of March.








BOOST FOR BUILDERS

REPRINTED FROM WALL STREET JOURNAL /
FEBRUARY 9, 1966

BY JAMES C. TANNER
Staff Reporter of The Wall Street Journal
The rapid rise of construction expenses is spurring efforts
to overhaul costly building codes in many areas of the U.S.
Most states, counties and local communities have long relied
on building regulations, or codes, to guard against shoddy and
unsafe construction. Often, these widely varying regulations are
clearly warranted. Maine, for instance, quite understandably
insists that roofs be sturdy to hold up under heavy snow, and
Florida's rules are aimed at preventing housing that could be
damaged easily by hurricane winds.
However, there are many other building regulations that obvi-
ously are less than essential and add unnecessarily to construc-
tion costs. For example, at a time when lower ceilings are
enabling builders to get more floors into the same amount of
space, and thus save on construction materials, Puerto Rico's
normal minimum ceiling height remains at nine feet-a full
two feet above the customary minimum in Texas, an area that
takes pride in how tall its residents are.
Cutting Costs by a Third
Eliminating unnecessary and costly rules in many parts of the
U.S. would reduce building costs by as much as a third-without
endangering anyone-estimates William B. Tabler, a New York
architect. J. A. Reidelbach, Jr., executive vice president of the
Home Manufacturers Association in Washington, D.C., con-
tends that more uniform and realistic regulations would shave
at least 10% from the cost of putting up prefabricated housing.
"We're shackled by goofy code requirements," grumbles Mr.
Reidelbach. "We don't drive Model T Fords or fly in fabric-
covered aircraft. Why is housing penalized?"
An entirely new building code was adopted several years ago
by St. Louis. The code allows wider use of labor-saving con-
struction materials and enables builders to trim roughly 15%,
on the average, from the cost of a given project, estimates a con-
struction company official.
...One of the most sweeping code revisions is planned in New
York City. The new code, to be submitted to city officials for
approval late this month, among other things would permit the
use of plastic pipe for cold water, drainage and vent systems in
buildings; such pipe, say proponents of the new code, is cheaper
generally than the metal pipe now required, yet it is strong
enough to do the job. Altogether, they estimate, the proposed
New York code would cut as much as 10% from the average
expense of putting up new buildings in the city.
Search for Uniformity
In several areas, efforts are under way to set up more uniform
codes. The bewildering variety of regulations among communi-
ties tends to prevent suppliers of building materials from pro-
ducing as efficiently as they otherwise might.
...An extreme example of the confusion that too many codes
can cause is seen in Texarkana, which straddles the Texas- Arkan-
sas state line. Until a few weeks ago, one set of regulations
applied to all buildings on the Texas side of town and a second
to all structures on the Arkansas side. Now, to the relief of
builders in that area, a single set of building regulations has been
approved for both sides.
Wider Use of "Models"
A few statistics show how the use of uniform codes is spread-
ing in the U.S. Last year, some 150 communities, counties and
other political entities adopted a model code prepared by the
Building Officials Conference of America, Chicago. The Ameri-
can Insurance Association, New York, (formerly the National
Board of Fire Underwriters) says more than 1,600 communities
now use its building code, up from 1,180 in 1959. And the
Southern Building Code Congress, Birmingham, and the Inter-
national Conference of Building Officials, Los Angeles, also re-
port rising use of their codes.
The threat of closer Federal supervision of building regula-
tions also may be spurring some local efforts to institute or im-
prove codes. To some extent, in fact, Uncle Sam already is
MARCH, 1966


involved. If a community wants to share in Federal largess for
such things as urban renewal, it must show proof that it has a
workable code. Richard L. Sanderson, technical director of the
Building Officials Conference of America, sees this as a major
reason for increasing interest in "model" building codes published
by his organization, as well as by others.
There is little doubt that sentiment is on the rise for some
sort of a uniform national code-with provisions that would take
take particular regional requirements into account.
For instance, the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental
Relations, a permanent bi-partisan body set up by an act of
Congress and made up of governors, mayors, county officials,
state and Federal legislators and representatives of the executive
branch, is seeking "nothing short of a major overhaul and re-
structuring of intergovernmental responsibilities" for codes.
After a Jan. 13-14 hearing, the commission found that "the
existence of 5,000 different local codes imposes burdens" on the
building industry, raises costs and limits initiative and innovations
in the development of new construction materials and techniques.
The group recommended an 11-point program aimed at modern-
izing building codes, reducing housing costs through greater uni-
formity and establishing a national program for performance
standards and research.
The rising impatience of many builders is reflected by the
National Association of Home Builders. After plugging for uni-
form construction rules for nearly a decade, the NAHB several
months ago won promises from three groups that have published
model codes to work out a single package of rules for residential
construction. Two of the groups have since engaged a consultant
to start writing a single code, but progress has been slow.
Miami builder Perry Willits, a former NAHB president who
initiated the drive for a single package, vows: "We feel so
strongly the need for a single residential code that in the event
nothing happens we are going to attempt to get the job done
on our own hook-from writing it ourselves to persuading var-
ious arms of the Federal Government to adopt it."
Turning to Uncle Sam
Makers of prefabricated housing, who claim to be affected
even more than conventional builders by the complexity of codes,
already are seeking Uncle Sam's aid-but not his intervention-
in battling the regulations hodgepodge. In a resolution approved
by its directors in September, the Home Manufacturers Associ-
ation urged Congress to establish an agency to develop and
coordinate national building standards. The proposed agency
would be guided by a panel of experts from private industry.
Similar suggestions came earlier last year from a U.S. De-
partment of Commerce advisory committee, that delved into
several problems of standards, including the metric system. The
group recommended that a national commission be set up to
make an exhaustive study of building codes.
Such a study is due to be made by the new Department of
Housing and Urban Development. Congress directed it to study
the structure of "state and local urban and suburban housing
and building laws, standards, codes and regulations and their
impact on housing and building costs, how they can be simpli-
fied, and what methods might be adopted to promote more uni-
form building codes and the acceptance of technical innovations
including new building practices and materials."
President Johnson's budget for fiscal 1967 requests $3 million
for the study, and the findings are to be reported back to Con-
gress within 18 months after appropriation of funds. The Hous-
ing Department insists that it is not thinking of a Federal code.
"That would be neither feasible nor practical," says an official,
adding: "You can't take care of Miami and New York with the
same code. But you can set up certain standards."
The Impact of Technology
The International Conference of Building Officials, Pasadena,
Calif., suggests that any code more than five years old is out-
moded by new products and engineering advances, unless it has
been frequently amended.
New York's new code, according to its proponents, would
not only hold down construction expenses but would allow
structures now prohibited, such as a theater-in-the-round.
...Among the proposed code's innovations is noise control.
This would be the first time a major U.S. city would attempt
to set noise-control standards. The code would establish limits
for noise output of air conditioners and elevators.







"4 Pead of efeat PLce"




ARCHITECTURAL SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION


The Miami Chapter of ASA -
Architectural Secretaries Association
- announced that there will be 10
ASA chapters across the nation by
the end of 1966.
At a dinner-meeting held last week,
members of ASA heard guest speaker
Alfred Browning Parker discuss "The
Ideal Secretary for the Architect."
"A good secretary," he said, "is a pearl
of great price to her architect-boss."
The 52 members of the Miami
Chapter, which founded the unique
organization six years ago, call them-
selves "a professional group within a
professional group, dedicated to pro-


moting higher standards and ethics
for the Architectural Secretary, and
to better services to employers in the
field of architecture."
President of the group is Millie
Sargent, of Watson, Deutschman &
Krus6; Vice-President / President-Des-
ignate is Ruth Eskrcis, of Herbert H.
Johnson & Associates; Vice President
is Clara McDowell, Grant-Sholk Con-
struction Co.; Recording Secretary is
Georgia Daniels, of William H. Mer-
riam; Treasurer is Muriel Reynolds, of
Frese-Camncr Assoc.; National Direc-
tor is Magda Kulhanjian, Herbert
Johnson & Associates.


Herbert Johnson was named "Boss
of the Year" by the group.
New ASA Chapters have been orga-
nized in Chicago, Baltimore, Pitts-
burgh, Washington and St. Louis
within the past few months, with a
total of almost 200 national members.
Chapters will soon be established in
San Francisco, New York and Cleve-
land, too.
Since its beginnings in Miami, the
ASA has been featured on television
and in several local and national
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ARCHITECTS

1966

MEMBERSHIP

ROSTER
Membership in the
Florida Association of the
American Institute of Architects
includes all
Corporate Members of the AIA
assigned by the Institute to
AIA Chapters in Florida, and all
Professional Associate and
Associate Members of the eleven
AIA Chapters in Florida


MARCH, 1966








Broward County Chapter

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President . . . ... ..Robert E. Hall Secretary. . ..... .. Charles McAlpine, Jr.
Vice President . . ... Paul Robin John Treasurer . . ... Donald H. Moeller

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Baker, Richard A.----- ------316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale
Bennett, George L----------- 3215 No. Ocean Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Bennett, Josh C., Jr.------------- 5250 N.E. 15 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Bigoney, William F.--------------- 316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale
Bradley, Paul M., Jr.------------ 4896 N.E. 20 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Briggs, Cecil C.------------ 2720 N.E. 23 Place, Pompano Beach
Cole, Richard E.---------------- 2716 N.E. 26 St., Ft. Lauderdale
Crawford, William G.-------------- 2114 N.E. 21 St., Ft. Lauderdale
Dodge, Richard W.---- ------950 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach
Dye, John T......------- 808 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 103, Ft. Lauderdale
Evans, John------------ ---------316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Laudedale
Gamble, G. Clinton, FAIA --------- P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale
Gllroy, William A.------------------P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale
Grove, Otto D., Jr.------.-----------19 N.E. 3 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Haack, Otto E.------------- -------19 N.E. 3 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Hall, Robert E.------------------2620 N.E. 18 St., Ft. Lauderdale
Handle, Oscar A., Jr.--------------2060 N.E. 55 St., Ft. Lauderdale
Hansen, Robert E.--------------- 311 S.E. 16 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Hartley, James M.------------------1909 Harrison St., Hollywood
Hartman, Barnard W., Jr.------- ---- 2190 S.E. 17 St., Ft .Lauderdale
Hogner, P. R.L.--------------2511 S. Andros Lane, Ft. Lauderdale
Inwood, Arthur D.----- 2801 East Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Jahelka, Robert G.--------------- 2020 N.E. 17 Ct., Ft. Lauderdale
John, Paul Robin ----------------- 901 N.E. 9 St., Pompano Beach
Johnson, Herbert S.------------------- 14 Elm St., Concord, Mass.
Joseph, Stanford R.------------ 2663 Vera Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio
Keller, C. E.--------- 900 N. Federay Hwy., #102, Pompano Beach
Kerley, Charles R.------------- 3114 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale


Larson, Victor A.-------------3114 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Lukens, Bayard C. (E) -------------- -1533 Adams St., Hollywood
May, John L--------------500 W. Haliandale Bch. Blvd., Hallandale
McAlpine, Charles, Jr.------. Building L, Times Square, Ft. Lauderdale
Moberg, Claus R.--------- -- --1928 Tyler St., Hollywood
Moeller, Donald H.-------------------- 1823 Mayo St., Hollywood
Monaco, Gene C.------------- 4005 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale
Phillips, Joseph E., Jr.--3050 N. Federal Hwy., Room 6, Ft. Lauderdale
Plumb, William P.------ -----3021 N.E. 32 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Polk, George M.---------------- 4441 N.E. 17 Terr., Ft. Lauderdale
Pownall, James K..---- 2170 S.E. 17 St. Causeway, Ft. Lauderdale
Prack, Arthur E. (E) ------------910 N.E. 27 Ave., Pompano Beach
Price, Beryl, FAIA---------------- 121 S. 19 St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Redden, John S.--------------------- 5600 S.W. 5 St., Plantation
Reilly, Richard C.------------ 2504 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale
Romano, Joseph T.------------2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Rude, Arthur H.------- 2300 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Sanford, Carol------------------ P.O. Box 1177, Pompano Beach
Singer, Donald I.--------------- 1301 S.E. 2 Court, Ft. Lauderdale
Sproul, C. Cranford-----------. 2329 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Start, Cedric------------------------1823 Mayo St., Hollywood
Stewart, Courtney-------------- 1140 Bayview Drive, Ft. Lauderdale
Storrs, George D, Jr.----------2701 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Sullan, Robelt B.---------- 2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Thornton, Maurice E.------------- 4800 N.E. 15 Way, Ft. Lauderdale
Todd, Robert E.----------------- 1260 N.E. 2 St., Pompano Beach
Vaughn, William T.---------- 909 East Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Waddey, George------------ 233-A Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
Wiesman, George C.-------------- 1520 S.E. 3 St., Pompano Beach
Wolff, Lou--------------------2457 N.E. 50 St., Ft. Lauderdale
Zimmer, Jack W.-----------------1801 N.E. 14 St., Ft. Lauderdale


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Aubel, Lynn A.-----------------2931 S.W. 13 Ct., Ft. Lauderdale Gomez, Alberto F.--...808 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 103, Ft. Lauderdale







Daytona Beach Chapter

OFFICERS

President . . ... William R. Gomon Secretary . . . .. Joseph R. Blais, Jr.
Vice President . . . .. F. Wade Tye Treasurer . . ... Walter K. Smith, Jr.


CORPORATE
Blas, Joseph R., Jr.-------------1137 Florida Ave., Daytona Beach
Craig, Francis W.---------------414 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach
Deam, Arthur F. (E) --------------209 W. Minnesota Ave., DeLand
Dixon, Leo Eldon---------------136 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach
Faust, William A.-----------------P.O. Box 2264, Daytona Beach
Gehlert, Craig J.-------------------P.O. Box 5096, Daytona Beach
Gerken, Carl__--------------------- P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Gomon, Wiliam R.----------------P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Greening, William P.-----------200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach
Griffin, Harry M. (E)------------309 N. Grandview, Daytona Beach
Jannetides, Tom--------------- 321 Ribault Ave., Daytona Beach


MEMBERS
Kemmerer Alfred G.-- ------------P.O. Box 5595, Daytona Beach
Leete, David A..---------------- 406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach
Mitchell, James L.-------------- 121 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand
Nots, Ernest H.-------------------104 Van Ave., Daytona Beach
Peek, Gouveneur M.---------------------930 N. Florida, DeLand
Sayers, Joel W., Jr.------------ 200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach
Smith, Walter K., Jr.-------------- -P.O. Box 1855, Ormond Beach
Snead, Edwin M.---------------414 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach
Tye, F. Wade ----------------- 1211 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand
Walton, Francis R.----------211 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Fletcher, Rudolph J.------------. 011 Chaffee Place, Daytona Beach Goldman, Harold J.-------------- 1438 S. Peninsula, Daytona Beach

ASSOCIATES


Bailey, Fred J.--------------------P.O. Box 5595, Daytona Beach
Conner, Evan J.---------------------1104- 4 St., Daytona Beach
Cooper, Kenneth G.--------------- P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Ek, Ed--------------------------141 Reef Road, South Daytona
Gee, J. Milton---------------- 104 Venetian Way, Daytona Beach

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Howard, Robert George----------1855 Cocoa Palm Drive, Edgewater
Lee, Stuart A.-------------------406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach
Merryday, Harry, Jr. -------- 265 Hartford Ave., Daytona Beach
Peterson, James B.-----------------517 Land o' Lakes Court, DeLand
Sullivan, John B.-----------3333 S. Peninsula Drive, Daytena Beach

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Florida Central Chapter

OFFICERS

President . . . . J. Arthur Wohlberg Secretary . . . ... ..Jack McCandless
Vice President . . James J. Jennewein Treasurer . . . ... ..James R. Dry


CORPORATE
Adams, Franklin 0., FAIA (E)------------921 S. Orleans Ave., Tampa
Alfonso, Carlos E.----------------------7012 Conifer Drive, Tampa
Alfonso, Cesar P.------------------------7012 Conifer Drive, Tampa
Athan, Demetrios J.-------------------------825 S. MacDill, Tampa
Atkinson, Carl N.--------------------205 3 St. South, St. Petersburg
Atkinson, Carl N., Jr.-------------- 205 3 St. South, St. Petersburg
Benton, Felix--------------------510 Bon Aire Ave., Temple Terrace
Bernardo, Joseph R.-------------------------5905 N. Rome, Tampa
Blanton, McAllister ----------------3637 Henderson Blvd., Tampa
Bodo, Matthew-----------.1297 Eden Isle Blvd., N.E., St. Petersburg
Bonsey, Francis Gerard-----------1420 -4 St. South, St. Petersburg
Breidenbach, William F. (E)--...203 S. Lockmoor Ave., Temple Terrace
Bright, Braxton Lamar----------------------P.O. Box 48, Lakeland
Brodeur, V. E, Jr.-----------------------1437 Court St., Clearwater
Bruce, James Y.------------ 939 Beach Drive, N.E., St. Petersburg
Cameron, Douglas A.----------4735 Shore Acres Blvd., St. Petersburg
Cigahn, Arnold Wolfgang----------13107 Taliaferro Ave., Tampa
Coggan, Joseph L.-----------2908-B Glen Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Colwell, Charles L.------ 4500 Lakeview Ave., South, St. Petersburg
Curry, Charles F., Jr.-------------------1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
Dalzell, K. Whitney, Jr.-------------300 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Dalzell, Kenneth W., FAIA (E)--------300 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Dean, Donovan------------------- 2011 S. Florida Ave., Lakeland
DeFranco, Lee----------------------- 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
Dirkes, Gordonn-------------------- 1846 S.E. 5 St., Winter Haven
Doll, Clarence W.--------------- 5595 4 St. South, St. Petersburg
Drake, Alfred T.------------- 4930 Park Blvd. North, Pinellas Park
Dry, James R.-------- ----------------P.O. Box 2422, Lakeland
Dykes, Robert L.-------------------103 Watkins Way, Brandon
Fasnacht, Ted E.--..204 Dicus-Owens Bldg., Main & Broadway, Dunedin
Fletcher, Eliot C.---------------------------600 Madison, Tampa
Foxworth, George H.----------------4514 Culbreath Ave., Tampa
Frixsell, William R. _------Suite 3A, Lee Co. Bank Bldg., Fort Myers
Garcia, Genero, Jr.-----------------------517 Bayshore, Tampa
Gay, John B.-------------------7257 Central Ave., St. Petersburg
Goldman, Sanford Maurice ------ 1915 Park St. North, St Petersburg
Gottfried, Jacob L.---------- -------------517 Bayshore, Tampa
Greene, James A.---------------- 500 So. Himes, Apt. 29, Tampa
Grundman, Robert Lee ----------2521 -34 St. South, St. Petersburg
Haddox, George C.------------- 1153 N.E. Cleveland St., Clearwater
Hadley, Elliott B.------ ------860 Snell Isle Blvd., St. Petersburg
Hamlin, Horace H., Jr.-------- 939 Beach Drive North, St. Petersburg
Hampton, Mark G.-------------Stovall Professional Bldg., Tampa
Harvard, William B.--------------2714-9 St. North, St. Petersburg
Harvey, A. Reese ----- ----------- 3610 Waverly Circle, Tampa
Henderson, Roy M.---------------4-410 S. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater
Henderson, Warren L.--------- 1391 S. Hlllcrest Ave., Clearwater
Himes, Richard S.------------------3637 Henderson Blvd,. Tampa
Holmes, Dwight Ellis-------------Stovall Professional Bldg., Tampa
Hooper, Lee------------------------ 1 Sandpiper Road, Tampa
Howell, A. Wynn---------1340 Mills St., Apt. 2, Menlo Park, Calif.
Howey, John R.--------------- -----217 N. Franklin St., Tampa
Jennewein, James----------------- 410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Jessen, Richard E.-------------------1520 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Johannes, Dana B.---------------- 410 S. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater
Johnson, Charles N.---------------- 1444 Fairhaven Dr., Lakeland
Johnson, Glenn Q.-----------939 Beach Drive, N.E., St. Petersburg
Johnson, Gordon T.-------------------------712 So. Oregon, Tampa
Jolly, Blanchard E.-------------- 2714-9 St. North, St. Petersburg
Jones, B. T., IIIl --- 316 W. Central Ave., Room 604, Winter Haven
Jones, Richard M.------------ 3197 -66 Way North, St. Petersburg


PROFESSIONAL
Alfano, Frank A.---------------------1701 Drew St., Clearwater
Allen, Robert L.-------------- 1020 41 Ave. North, St. Petersburg
Beall, Eric Donald H.-----------------------807 W. Kirby, Tampa
Howard, Prentis S.-------------------2408 S. Clark Ave., Tampa
Kimbrough, Richard A.---------- 6200 21 St. South, St. Petersburg
Lisle, Forrest F.----------------- 1517 Drexel Ave., Winter Haven
McClung, Joe Louis--------- 1215 Drew St., Suite 5-B, Clearwater
Merwin, Lester N.--------------- 112 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg


MEMBERS
Jones, Richard Palmer, Jr.------------ 201 1/ E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Lastra, Aldo P. .--------------- ---------4006 Lemon St., Tampa
Leggett, F. Earl------------------323 South Boulevard, Tampa
Levison, Robert H.---------------425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Look, Thomas Dudley -------_ 3900 14 Lane, N.E., St. Petersburg
Lott, M. Winfield --------------2707 5 Ave. North, St. Petersburg
MacEwen, Harry A.---------------------1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
Market, Enrique Miguel----------------4004 North Blvd., Tampa
McBryde, James B.---.-----------2120 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers
MeCandless, Jack--------------939 Beach Dr., N.E., St. Petersburg
McDonald, John Randal-------- King's Alley, Christiansted, St. Croix,
U.S. Virgin Islands
McElvy, George R.----------------410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
McIntosh, Donald E.---------- --------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
Minardi, Russell J.---------------------1902 Hesperldes, Tampa
Morris, Frank H., Jr.-----------------1416 Lynn Ave., Clearwater
Mudano, Frank Robert----------------- 1701 Drew St., Clearwater
Oliva, Angel, Jr.---------------------2401 Riverside Dr., Tampa
Parish, Archie G, FAIA---------- 112 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg
Parrish, John David-------------939 Beach Dr., N.E., St. Petersburg
Patterson, Frank P., Jr.------------1501 / S. Dale Mabry, Tampa
Priede-Rodrigues, J.------------------507A Florida Ave., Tampa
Quenneville, Earl A.------------------ ---4403 Burke Ave., Tampa
Ranon, John F.--------------------------2912- 10 St., Tampa
Renfroe, Bruce A., Jr.----------------215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Rittenhouse, Walter F. (E).---- Trailer Estates, Box 5026, Bradenton
Robbins, R. James----------------- 605 N. Franklin St., Tampa
Roberts, Henry L.---------------- --- 115 Magnolia Ave., Tampa
Rowe, Harold D.------------------------P.O. Box 18321, Tampa
Scarfone, Letterio S. -------- -------- 710 S. Newport Ave., Tampa
Schultz, Melvin Frederick --204 Dicus-Owens Bldg., Main & Broadway,
Dunedin
Setliff, Wallace Wade----------------215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Six, Norman F.----------------------214 E. Davis Blvd., Tampa
Smith, Eugene R.--------------10301 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa
Smith, J. Bruce-------------527 Dartmoor St. North, 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
Stewart, James B.-------------------3315 S. San Miguel, Tampa
Straughn, A. Ernest---------------------P.O. Box 48, Lakeland
Sullivan, James Barker----------------------P.O. Box 11588, Tampa
Thompson, Gene-----------------800- 1 St. North, Winter Haven
Velenti, Frank S.----------------------------600 Madison, Tampa
Wagner, Ira Blount------------ 843 60 Ave. South, St. Petersburg
Wakeling, Roy----------------------425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Walker, Edward H., Jr.-------------614 59 St. South, St. Petersburg
Walker, H. Leslie------------------------P.O. Box 18321, Tampa
Watson, Forrest Edward, Jr-----------P.O. Box 923, Rt. 2, Clearwater
Webber, William--------------------------P.O. Box 18463, Tampa
Wedding, Charles R.-------------2901 -58 Ave. North, St. Petersburg
White, Frank W.-------------------10101 Forest Hills Drive, Tampa
White, John W.------------------------617 Lamar Ave., Brooksville
Wielage, Robert C.--------------------725 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Williams, Donald S.---------------------1931 Rippon St., Clearwater
Wilson, Albert K. (E)-----------------------P.O. Box 476, Dunedin
Wohlberg, J. Arthur-----------------------P.O. Box 18405, Tampa



ASSOCIATES
Parish, Donald G. ------ ----- 95 19 Ave. South, St. Petersburg
Robarts, E Jason---------------------7711 Silver Oak Lane, Tampa
Russello, Joseph C.------------------4603 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Stere, Donald R.---------------------- 1407 Overiea St., Clearwater
Vogler, Richard C.---------------497 66 Ave. South, St. Petersburg
Volk, Frank W., Jr.--------------15656 1 St. East, St. Petersburg
Volmar, Peter J.....--------- --- 3000 58 Ave. North, St. Petersburg


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MARCH, 1966







Florida Central Chapter Continued
ASSOCIATES
Albert, John J.---------------------------1321 Murray, Clearwater Hostetler, Robert E. .....------------------ 107 N. Cirus Ave., Clearwater
Chillura, Joe, Jr.----------------- ----- 2819 Horatio St., Tampa Prince, Frank R.--------------- 5445 Mariner Dr., Suite 203, Tampa
Funk, Robert E.------------------- 1360 Terrace Rd., Clearwater Ramirez, Jorge E.-------------------- 205 W. Brorein St., Tampa
Gonzalez, Horaclo..---------------------- 429 Erie Ave., Tampa Raymond, Alexander P.-------------- 11823 102 St. North, Largo
Holden, Cecil--------------- 4400- 36 Ave. North, St. Petersburg Stoehr, Martin G._-------------------- 410 S. Lincoln, Clearwater
Hollman, William Noble-------------- 3325 Valencia Road, Tampa Willingham, R. Alva, Jr.--------------- 3910 San Obispo, Tampa



Florida Gulf Coast Chapter
OFFICERS


President ... Tollyn J. Twitchell
Vice President ...... Douglas E. Croll

CORPORATE
Ball, Frank W. (E)---------------------P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers
Bail, George H.------------ -----------P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers
Barrows, C. Storr, FAIA-----3600 S. Lockwood Ridge Road, Sarasota
Bauchsples, Clarence M.-----------------473 3 St. South, Naples
Blacker, Joseph E.-------------2 Fairview Blvd., Fort Myers Beach
Bremerman, F. Hugh------------------- 280 Central Ave., Naples
Collins, Sydney J.--------------------- 1532 Dolphin St., Sarasota
Croll, Douglas E.------------------205 Walcaid Bldg., Bradenton
Davis, Harold B.--------------------- P.O. Box 176, Cape Coral
Draeger, Earl J.-------------- -------2032 Hillview St., Sarasota
Erickson, Ralph A.....3110 Mt. Vernon Ave., Apt. 314, Alexandria, Va.
Faerber, Nelson A.----------- ---------586 9 St. South, Naples
Gremli, Erwin, II -----------------------1790 Wood St., Sarasota
Griffin, Leonard A.--------------------2910 8 Ave., Bradenton
Hanebuth, Edgar C.----------------- 1544 Dolphin St., Sarasota
Helm, James A.------ ---------- P.O. Box 333, Avon Park
Holliday, James B.------------- 1012 Pt. of Rocks Road, Sarasota
Kannenberg, Weer------------------ 1544 Dolphin St., Sarasota
Keller, Walter------------------ --------5 Beach Patio, Naples
Kerfoot, William H.-------------1346 McAnsh Square, Sarasota
Kincaid, D. Thomas ----1300 West Way Drive, Lido Shores, Sarasota
Kinney, Harley P.------------------ 204- 15 St. West, Bradenton

PROFESSIONAL
Allen, Richard G.-----------------2045 Goldenrod St., Sarasota
Moore, Irving T.----------------------1625 Hanson St., Sarasota


Secretary ... Frank Folsom Smith
Treasurer ... .Joseph E. Blacker

MEMBERS
Morris, Richard W.------------------708 5 Ave. South, Naples
Nick, Donald E.---------------------820 22 Ave. South, Naples
Padgett, James C.---------------------2051 Main St., Sarasota
Parker, Wiley Moore -------------2120 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers
Plercy, John E.----------------- 615 Palmer Bank Bldg., Sarasota
Reeves, Edward S---------------------473 3 St. South, Naples
Schneider, Louis F.---------------- 5315 -14 St. West, Bradenton
Seibert, Edward J.--------------------231 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota
Sellew, Roland W.---------------------P.O. Box 2091, Sarasota
Shaw, Robert L.---------------3432 South Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Smith, Frank F., Jr.--------------------- 1301 Main St., Sarasota
Tracy, Killiam G.--------- ------------445 8 St., South, Naples
Trouchaud, J. P.--------------------3710 Bayou Louise, Sarasota
Tucker, Cyril T.--------- --------------399 Miami Ave., Venice
Twitchell, Ralph S.------------------ 125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Twitchell, Tollyn J.----------------- 125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Vollmer, Carl A.--------------------2032 Hillview St., Sarasota
Welser, Arthur---------------------225 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota
West, Jack--------------------------P.O. Box 1539, Sarasota
Wilkinson, Sidney R.-------- 3011 Manatee Ave. West, Bradenton
Zimmerman, William W.----------- 283 Broad Ave. South, Naples


ASSOCIATES
Pinard, F. Ted-------------------3400 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Steele, Ben--------------------- 3400 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota


ASSOCIATES
Brumer, Michael------ -------------- 2123 Floyd St., Sarasota Sheenum, Robert--------------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarosota
Chapman, Donald S.--------------- 1703 Hyde Park St., Sarasota Shuey, Donald Wayne--------------- 5315- 14 St., Bradenton
Creager, Bruce-------------74 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. Warinner, William E.----------------- 25 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Mead, Arthur-------- ----- 05 Walcaid Bldg., Bradenton



Florida North Chapter
OFFICERS

President .. J. Vance Duncan Secretary .. John L. R. Grand
Vice President ... Lester N. May Treasurer ... Dan P. Branch


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Arnett, William T.-----Callege of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Bannister, Turpin C., FAIA (E) ----College of Architecture & Fine Arts*,
Gainesville
Branch, Dan P.----- College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Butt, Arnold F.-------------306 Tigert Hall, Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Campbell, Arthur L., Jr.------------------603 N.E. 1 St., Gainesville
Duncan, E. Bryan---------------------3021/2 Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala
Duncan, J. Vance-----------------------314 Robertson Bldg., Ocala
Fulton, Guy C.------------ Box 2181, University Station, Gainesville
George, Frank .--------------------------P.O. Box 1299, Palatka
Grand, John L. R.--- College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Grobe, William C.----College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Haley, Richard C.---------------------201 S.W. 10 Ave., Gainesville
Hamilton, Jefferson M.------------------ 114 N.E. 7 St., Gainesville
Hanes, Myrl J.---------------------------P.O. Box 609, Gainesville
Johnson, Gordon S.----------------- 1107 S.W. 2 Ave., Gainesville


Johnson, MrMillan H.--College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Koru, Sadi S..--------College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Larrick, Thomas--- .. College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Lendrum, James T.....College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
May, Lester N--------------------------606 N.E. 1 St., Gainesville
McRae, Angus Andre---------------903 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala
Merritt, Harry C., Jr.-..College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Moore, Jack----------------------------606 N.E. 1 St., Gainesville
Raymond, Walter----College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Reeves, F. Blair..--- College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Reid, Hal Thomas---------------------212 South East St., Ocala
Schmldt, Frank G., Jr.--------------815 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala
Thorn, Craig B.--------Lightner Museum Bldg., Suite 4, St. Augustine
Tucker, Robert H.--------------------15923 Stoepel, Detroit, Mich.
Walker, Berry J.----------------------------210 Todd Bldg., Ocala


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Florida North Chapter Continued
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Dompe, Alexander .-------------- 254 Coronado Blvd., Titusville Kiohis, Constantine L. ----------- 2130 N.E. 12 Terr., Gainesville
Evans, Samuel F.-----.-------------.2022 N.W. 14 Ave., Gainesville Puckett, John D.---------------------1906 N.W. 9 St., Gainesville
Hunter, William K., r. ---------------- 606 N.E. I St., Gainesville Webb, D. Neil------------Bldg. E., University of Florida, Gainesville
Kinsey, Bertram Y., Jr. College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville

ASSOCIATES
Baber, W. E.---------------------- 606 N.E. 1 St., Gainesville Shaeffer, Ronald E.-...College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Harrington, Charles F.--------------Route 4, Box 347G, Gainesville Vislay, Josepr R.-------------------310 Spring Ave., Greensburg, Pa.
Hodge, John Douglas ------- --P.O. Box 1299, Palatka Young, Canning K. M.--College of Architecture & Fine Arts*, Gainesville
Johnson, Richard Keith ---- 1001 S.W. 16 St., Apt. #19, Gainesville *University of Florida
Luger, William F.----------------------1927 N.E. 7 St., Gainesville





Florida North Central Chapter


OFFICE
President . . ... .Joseph N. Clemons
Vice President . . .. .William H. Guerin


Secretary . . .... .Warren A. Dixon
Treasurer . . . .. .LeRoy K. Albert


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Albert, LeRoy K.--- Office of the Architect, State Board of Regents,
Tallahassee
Barrett, Pearce L.-------------------P.O. Box 1146, Tallahassee
Benda, Charles J., Jr.---- Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee
Brown, Robert H.----- c/o State Board of Commissioners, Tallahassee
Clemons, Joseph N.------------------536 N. Monroe, Tallahassee
Coxen, Forrest R.------ -------------218 Avant Bldg., Tallahassee
Craft, Chester L., Jr.----------------512 Ward St., Tallahassee
Daffin, Ernest C.--------- ------------ P.O. Box 1698, Tallahassee
Dixon, Warren A....--------- ---------510 Ward St., Tallahassee
Graf, Robert George ----------------- 1401 Raa Ave., Tallahassee
Gray, Mays Leroy...--Suite 227, Pepper Bldg., 216 S. Duval, Tallahassee

PROFESSIONAL
Betts, Wayne---------- Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee
Donofro, Paul------------------- 208 N. Jefferson St., Marianna
Odom, Harold R.---------------------P.O. Box 837, Port St. Joe


Guerin, William H..---Office of the Architect, State Board of Regents,
New State Office Bldg., Tallahassee
Huddleston, Prentiss-------------------P.O. Box 3105, Tallahassee
Kelley, Forrest M.-_Board of Regents, Gaines & Adams Sts., Tallahassee
Kuhn, Charles F.---------------------P.O. Box 3093, Tallahassee
Mauney, Richard E.--------------------516 Ward St., Tallahassee
Maybin, Robert H.---------------210 E. College Ave., Tallahassee
Potter, David W..-Lively Technical School, West Park Ave., Tallahassee
Stidolph, Ernest J.---------------------Avant Bldg., Tallahassee
Stripling, James A.------------------ 1006 E. 7 Ave., Tallahassee
Woodard, Albert P.------------ ------P.O. Box 3091, Tallahassee


ASSOCIATES
Rise, Walter B.--------------------1416 Hilltop Drive, Tallahassee
Woodward, Robert L.------------ P.O. Box 3457 M.S.S., Tallahassee


ASSOCIATES
Poyner, Saxon _--------Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee Sheppard, Newton W.----------------313 W. 7 Ave., Tallahassee





Florida Northwest Chapter


OFFICE
President . . . . .. Hugh J. Leitch
Vice President . . .. .Richard L. MacNeil


Secretary . . . ... .Roger G. Weeks
Treasurer . . . ... .William R. Bean


CORPORATE MEMBERS
Bean, William R.---------------- 513 E. Fairfield Dr., 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
Crooked, James J., Jr.------------ --P.O. Box 2667, Pensacola Morrison, William S.- --------- 611 Brent Annex, Pensacola
Daniels, Thomas H.-------------.425 Oak Ave., Panama City, Fla. Nichols, Henry L., Jr. ---------- P.O. Box 189, Fort Walton Beach
Hart, Robert Daniel ----------------- 410 W. Garden, Pensacola Noblln, Carlton-------------------.401 N. Baylen St., Pensacola
Hey, Henry T. (E) ----------------- Route 3, Box 67, Marianna Parker, Chester A._-------.--- ----- Box 702, Panama City, Fla.
Huberts, Richard Lucas------------ 1636 E. Gadsden St., Pensacola Ricks, Roy L. --------------- P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach
Kendrick, James --------. ----P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach Sindelar, Frank J.------------ 1934 N. Palafox St., Pensacola
Leitch, Hugh J.--------------------2925 Navy Blvd., Pensacola Weeks, Roger G.------------------ 425 E. Gregory St., Pensacola
Look, James Henry--- ---------- 611 Brent Annex, Pensacola


ASSOCIA
Allen, Marvin ...--- 260 West Ave., Santa Rosa Shores, Gulf Breeze
Baradell, John J.------------------ 410 W. Garden St., Pensacola
Chancey, Jr., James Edwin.---- P.O. Box 9194, Panama City Beach
Fritz, F. R.---------------215 N. Madison Dr., Mayfair, Pensacola
MARCH, 1966


Pelham, Devon D...... ------- .P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach
Simpson, William D.------ ----------P.O. Box 928, Pensacola
Stokes, James R....-------- P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach
Straser, Karlvon-----------------.-----. P.O. Box 46, Pensacola









Florida South Chapter

OFFICERS

President. . . ... Robert J. Boerema Secretary . . ... Walter S. Klements
Vice President. ..... ..George F. Reed Treasurer ........ ..Donald H. Forfar


CORPORATE
Abrams, Milton ---.-...... 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Anderson, John A., Jr.--------------- 9395 S.W. 174 St., Miami
Arango, Jorge-------------3141 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
Arnold, Scott B.------------------ 7550 Red Road, South Miami
Atwater, Montgomery. --------- 5801 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Barret, Leslie M.------------------ P.O. Box 206, Maratron Shores
Baxter, Edward H.------------------315 N.W. 27 Ave., Miami
Bell, Lowry M.------------------- 6703 S.W. 130 Terr., Miami
Bergamaschi, Adonay--- ----------7550 S.W. 60 St., Miami
Block, Samuel S._------------------1.1101 S.W. 88 Court, Miami
Blohm, Carl H..---------------------1258 S.W. 3 St., Miami
Boerema, Robert J.------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Braden, Philip R. --------- 5952 S.W. 70 St., South 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
Browne, Robert Bradford ----- 3940 Main Highway, Coconut Grove
Bruno, Thomas A. (E)--------- .. 8300 Old Cutler Road, Miami
Burnham, Herbert M. (E)---------1447 Alta Vista Dr., Vista, Calif.
Camner, Edward Irving ....--------. 3047 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Channing, Jules -----------------------71 N.W. 54 St., Miami
Church, James H.-------- ------------543 N.E. 67 St., Miami
Clark, Robert W.--------------------101 N.W. 12 Ave., Miami
Cohen, Stuart---------------------- 7765 S.W. 142 St., Miami
Cotterman, Charles J..---------- 1711 Columbus Blvd., Coral Gables
Crain, Edward E-------- -------------9300 S.W. 99 St., Miami
Crumpton, Charles L.-------------- 19411 N.W. 23 Court, Miami
Davis, Stephen M.------------ 4704 S. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Deen, James--------------------7500 Red Road, South Miami
DeKonschin, Victor E. ------- -- 6075 Sunset Drive, South Miami
DISilvestro, Leonard J.------- -----------1325 S.W. 1 St., Miami
Dutkin, Howard L--------------- 1100 N.E. 125 St., North Miami
Eberhart, Robert C.----------------1115 S.W. 100 Court, Miami
Eckhoff, Arnold W.-------------100 Biscayne Blvd., South, Miami
Edelstein, Harold---------------- c/o A. Gensler, 555 Clay St.,
San Francisco, Calif.
Ewing, Upton C. (E)-------------362 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables
Felto, Jose -------- ------- -P.O. Box 685, Miami Springs
Ferendino, Andrew J.-------------- 2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Ferguson, James E., Jr.---- 4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Filer, Robert J..---- -----------269 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables
Fink, H. George (E)_. ---- 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
Fuehrer, Tom-------------------------101 S.E. 7 St., Miami
Fusco, J. Alden----------------- 1900 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Gallagher, Regis L.--- 51/2 North Ave., Suite 2, Kingston, Jamaica
Garland, James .----------------- 315 N.W. 27 Ave., Miami
Geiger, August (E) --------------1630 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
Geldbaugh, G. Richard---------------7401 S.W. 34 St., Miami
Gentile, Joseph T.--------------------1790 W. 79 St., Hialeah
Gerber, Edwin -------------------.. Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Ghezzi, Edward M.---------------7915 S.W. 128 St., South Miami
Gibbs, Frederick A..--------927 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Giller, Charles-----------------------4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Giller, Norman ... ...----- 975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Glasgow, Stanley ..---_.--- 4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Goodman, Marvin D.-.--- 82 Knutsford Blvd., Kingston 5, Jamaica
Gottfried, 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 Road, Miami Beach
Haley, Curtis E....--------------214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables
Hall, Harold E. (E)--------.----8 Canterbury Road, Mobile, Ala.
Hardesty, Alfred M. T. __--- 545 S.W. 124 St., Miami
Hardwick, William C., Jr. --------P.O. Box 612, Santa Monica, Calif.
Hatcher, Thurston.---_ -------------- 1515 N.W. 7 St., Miami
Hibler, Bernard C.-------------- 1300 N.E. 26 Ave. Fort Laulerdale
Hitt, Lewis M.-------------------- 13500 S.W. 74 Place, Miami
Hladik, George J. ------------------.. 1071 N.E. 85 St., Miami
Hochstim, Jan--------------------. 7955 S.W. 132 St., Miami
Hoover, Joseph ---------------. 10240 Collins Ave., Miami Beach


MEMBERS
Horsey, Irving E.--------------_---...8340 N.E. 2 Ave., Miami
Houstoun, 0. K., Jr.-------- 2734 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Hudson, George C.--------------- 6830 S.W. 76 Terrace, Miami
Ives, S. Martin...---.----------. 2000 S.W. 16 Terrace, Miami
Jackson, Emory L------------------__ 8340 N.E. 2 Ave., Miami
Johnson, Herbert H., FAIA--------_----- 550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Johnson, Verner-----___-------------- 250 N.E. 18 St., Miami
Junkin, James W., Jr...........6819 Barquera Ave., Coral Gables
Klekamp, Bernard R. (E) --------1666 N.E. 111 St., North Miami
Klements, Walter S.------ 3127 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Knight, C. Frasuer __---------------. ... 2971 Coral Way, Miami
Knight, Howard 8.------------214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables
Korach, Irvin S.------------- ---- 721 N.W. 21 Court, Miami
Kotkin, Sidney L.---------_.--. ---...._8410 Bird Road, Miami
Kroman, M. Louis (E)....... 2288 N.E. 173 St., North Miami Beach
Kruse, H. Samuel, FAIA ....------. 1600 N.W. LeJeune Road, Miami
Kulhavy, Alexander---...------ Koeln, Eberplatz 1, Germany, West
Lamp, Vernon D.--.-------------------1909 N.W. 14 St., Miami
Lapidus, Morris-------- "Meridian 17" Bldg., 1688 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach
Lee, James Donald_... .-----2701 S. Bayshore Dr., Suite 302, Miami
Levine, Richard M.---------_----- 1034 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
Lichtman, Herman R.---------_-------- 4990 S.W. 83 St., Miami
Little, Robert M., FAIA..------.--.. ----2180 Brickell Ave., Miami
Lonsdale, Charles K.----------------- 2801 S.W. 22 Ave., Miami
Lyell, John M.--------.------__- --..- 3135 S.W. 3 Ave., Miami
Lynch, Geoffrey B.-------__------- 4405 S.W. 64 Court, Miami
Lyaskey, James E.-------------------3__ 325 S.W. 97 Court, Miami
Madden, Thomas J., Jr. -----------------240 N.E. 17 St., Miami
Manley, Marion I., FAIA- __. ----_-------P.O. Box 587, Miami
Marchesani, Alfred R. --------------20600 N.E. 20 Court, Miami
Marmorstein, Elmer--------------- 10725 S.W. 84 Ave., Miami
Maylard, J. Burnham ----.-----.----- 9801 S.W. 70 Ave., Miami
McCoy, Charles Everett, Jr. .----------7. Hilton Haven, Key West
McKenna, Dorothy--- ---------- P.O. Box 407, Coconut Grove
Merriam, William H.------.---.--..401 Coral Way, Coral Gables
Mikuta, Rudolf .------ .--------. 135 N. 5 St., Alhambra, Calif.
Mllkton, Alexander G. (E) -------------5784 S.W. 31 St., Miami
Miskiel, Richard A.-------------------.. -8410 Bird Road, Miami
Moore, Alvin R. (E)_ ...-----.. -----. 1504 18 Terr., Key West
Nelms, Clack C., Jr.---------------_ ----550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Oppenhelmer, Otto H._--- -4563 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Owens, Weimar G., Jr.--------------19006 N.W. 10 Ave., Miami
Pancanl, Azeglto, Jr. ----------. 1107 DuPont Plaza Center, Miami
Pancoast, Lester C._ --____ --__-.. 2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Pancoast, Russell T., FAIA----------2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Parish, H. Maxwell --_------.-----. 7101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Parker, Alfrel B., FAIA -----.-----.- 2921 S.W. 27 Avenue, Miami
Parmelee, Dean-----------------_ 1222 Ingraham Bldg., Miami
Pearlman, Philip -------- 1190 N.E. 163 St., North Miami Beach
Penney, Harry ...........----------- 6075 Sunset Road, Miami
Pinsker, J. Marcus--------------- 1190 N.E. 125 St., North Miami
Pitt, Gerard .--- _....----.------- --4375 Ingraham Hwy., Miami
Polevitzky, Igor G., FAIA.---------------250 N.E. 18 St., Miami
Price, Theodore F. (E) ----------------1835 S.W. 27 Ave., Miami
Puder, Samuel M .----------_ --_____ 6601 S.W. 80 St., Miami
Quigley, Jack C.------------------ 975 N.E. 132 St., North Miami
Ramos, Lemuel..------------------- 2103 LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables
Reed, George F.---------------3680 Avocado Ave., Coconut Grove
Relff, Don ........---- .. 1854 N.E. 164 St., North Miami Beach
Relner, Paul L---------------------. 1000 N.W. 28 Ave.,MlAam
Rempe, Edward T.---------- 1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Renner, Jon A., Jr. ---_---_----__----. 7300 S.W. 36 St., Miami
Rentacher, Joseph G. -- ---------462 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables
Ricclo, Henry A.--------------- 1400 N.E. 125 St., North Miami
Rider, Donald C.----------------- 10700 Caribbean Blvd., Miami
Richter, Charles E. ---------------------1431 E. 4 Ave., Hialeah
Robbins, Fred .--------------------- 1102 Dupont Plaza, Miami
Robison, Ronald W. --------------. 4241 S.W. 62 Court, Miami
Rowell, Donald--------------- 4130 Braganza Ave., Coconut Grove
Russell, T. Trip ----- ---P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Sta., Miami
Salman, Gerardo------------------------- 8331 S.W. 14 St., Miami
Sampson, James P.--------------------9410 S.W. 60 Terr., Miami


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT







Florida South Chapter Continued
Savage, Herbert R.----------------------3250 S.W. 3 Ave., Miami
Schlling, Jerome--------_----------- 1270 N.E. 102 St., Miami
Schneider, Reuben S.........-------- -- 1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah
Schneider, Roy J. (E)--------------1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah
Severud, Gordon _------- ------- 22971 Coral Way, Miami
Shuflin, Frank H.-----------------------8760 N.E. 2 Ave., Miami
Simberg, A. J. (E) ----------------------3415 S.W. 3 St., Miami
Simmons, Jerry P.---------------.---. 177 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Simonhoff, Michael------------------- 5250 S.W. 84 St., Miami
Skeels, Norman A.....----------.--.2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Skrip, Richard J. --------------------2973 Coral Way, Miami
Smith, Donald 0 __ ----------- ----721 N.W. 21 Court, Miami
Snyder, Wahl J., FAIA--- ...---- --- 1177 N.E. 79 St., Miami
Spence, Roy W., Jr.----------------- 10520 S.W. 125 St., Miami
Starnes, Earl M...-------------- ---462 S. Dixie Hwy., 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 B.------ -----4014 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
Swedroe, Robert M.------------ 3700 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
Sweet, John E -------------------9251 S.W. 59 St., Miami
Tanner, John R. (E)-----------4460 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach
Telesca, Francis .----------------------1393 S.W. 1 St., Miami


Torres, Frank E.---------------------9630 S.W. 164 St., Miami
Trelster, Kenneth-----_---------- .....655 N.W. 60 St., Miami
Trimm, Henry 0.--------------------- ------ 101 S.E. 7 St., Miami
Tripp, John A.--------------------------2973 Coral Way, Miami
Tschumy, William E---- ---------2346 Douglas Road, Coral Gables
Vann, Charles H..--------. 1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Vann, Loyd F.-----------------------101 N.W. 12 Ave., Miami
Vensel, James E.----------_-----------_2818 S.W. 22 St., Miami
Virrick, Vladimir E.---------------------5400 S.W. 92 St., Miami
Walker, Freeman L.------------ ------ 950 S.W. 22 Road, Miami
Watson, Frank E., FAIA-------- 1600 N.W. LeJeune Road, Miami
Weakley, Raymond (El ...-------.. --3280 S.W. 17 Ave., Miami
Weber, William F.------------------. 9844 Sterling Drive, Miami
Weed, Robert Law---------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Weldemeyer, William (E)----------118 Antiquera Ave., Coral Gables
Weintraub, Maurice S.-------------235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
West, Robert Canney- ....-- 1550 So. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables
Wright, Carson Bennett ------------- 18690 Belmont Drive, Miami
Wright, Murray B.----------- 4702 S. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Wuerts, Warren C..--.----- 1130 N.E. 80 Terr., North Miami Beach
Yaros, Eugene--------------------- 5920 S.W. 44 Terr., Miami
Zachar, Stefan H.------------ 924 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Decker, Harold C.------------------ 15875 S.W. 79 Court, Miami Miller, Kenneth R.---------3139 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
Fein, Gilbert M.--------------------2212 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Pace, Rocco W.--------------------300 Sunrise Drive, Key Biscayne
Gordo, Justo, Jr.---------------- 3260 N.W. 169 Terr., Opa Locka Perrin, Arthur ----------------------5765 S.W. 9 Terr., Miami
Gutlerrez, Enrique H.------------- 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach Pollack, Richard S.---------740 N.E. 178 Terr., North Miami Beach
Harry, Milton C..-.-------------- ------5707 S.W. 51 St., Miami Rose, Richard A.......-----......1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Hubert, Ephra ----------------345 Diagonal Road, Akron, Ohio Spence, Samuel B., Jr.-----------.---- 711 N.W. 187 Drive, Miami
Jackson, Douglas G.------------------3051 Jefferson St., Miami Vizza, Donald R..----------- ----------7521 S.W. 58 St., Miami
Kreldt, William C.----------------------- 1150 S.W. 1 St., Miami Walker, Sidney M.----------------311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Llano, Fair Jerome --------------------7980 S.W. 97 St., Miami Watson, Robert E.-----------------99 N.E. 118 St., North Miami
Meyer, Joel--------------- ------------203 S.W. 13 St., Miami

ASSOCIATES


Alien, Bartle J...---------------4061 Ventura Ave., Coconut Grove
Andrews, William D.--------------------1901 N.W. 88 Terr., Miami
Ariso, Luls .------------------- 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
Barnett, Richard-------------2931 Bridgeport Ave., Coconut Grove
Chorowski, Moise ---..------ 1527 Lenox Ave, Apt. 6, Miami Beach
Conklin, Spencer R., Jr.-------- P.O. Box 961, Riverside Sta., Miami
Daniel, Homer F.------------------13325 S.W. 83 Court, Miami
Fried, Allan Roy---------------------1313 15 St., Miami Beach
Gracida, Ren H.--------------------6301 Biscayne Blvd, Miami
Gruen, Max----------------------- 8825 S.W. 18 Terr., Miami
Hedlund, Ronald-------------------7550 Red Road, South Miami
Hegel, Carlos ------------ --------12940 S.W. 63 Ave., Miami
Heywang, Charles G., Jr.----------- 4531 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
Humphrey, Fred M.-----------------17134 N.W. 48 Ave., Miami


Klare, Edwin L.----------------- 520 N.E. 110 Terr., North Miami
Lipinsky, Joel--------------------33 Phoenetia Ave., Coral Gables
Melton, Howard Ivey, Jr.---------521 Santander Ave., Coral Gables
Murphy, William C.-------------------8405 S.W. 108 St., Miami
Norlin, Ernest C.--------------------316 N.W. 100 Terr., Miami
Notowltz, Bart--------------- 2901 North Bay Road, Miami Beach
Rose, Byron S....---------------. .----. 5751 S.W. 15 St., Miami
Russell, Herbert D.-------------Box 1163, G.P.O. #1, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Russell, William A.----------P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Sta., Miami
Spillis, Peter--..------------------2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Stelger, Martin G.----------------5880 S.W. 63 Court, South Miami
Strahle, Rolf-----------------Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Ventriere, Dante ------------------------385 E. 56 St., Hialeah


Jacksonville Chapter

OFFICERS


President . . . .. .John Pierce Stevens
Vice President ...... Walter B. Schultz


Secretary . . . . . Allen D. Frye
Treasurer . . . . .. John P. Graves


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Adams, John Franklin (E)------------------P.O. Box 214, Madison
Alford, James Donald------------- 3250 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Boardman, Robert E.----------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Boyer, David B.--------------- 1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Brickert, John T.-.--------- 6018 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville
Broadfoot, A. Robert, Jr......--------6321 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
Broward, Robert C.----------------1922 Felch Ave., Jacksonville
Bryson, Joseph H.----------------..- 111 W. Adams St., Jacksonville
Bucky, Fred W., Jr.----------.1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville


Bunch, Franklin S., FAIA--------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Burns, Cecil B.------------- P.O. Box B., Winn-Dixie, Jacksonville
Burns, Harry E., Jr.------------ 1402 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville
Chappell, Logan S.------.. 1320 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Clements, James E.------------ 1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Close, David M.-----------------------1805 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Coons, Herbert, Jr.----------_----------850 May St., Jacksonville
Darby, Robert F. ..------.. ----------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Drake, H. Lamar-----------... -----206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville


MARCH, 1966






Jacksonville Chapter Continued

Drake, W. Kenyon (E)----------- 237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Ewart, Thomas E., Jr.-----_-------.. 2063 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Fetner, S. Ralph (E) -----------1855 Woodmere Drive, Jacksonville
Fisher, George Ryad --------------458 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Freedman, Norman H.---------- 1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Frye, Allen D....----------------459 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park
Germain, Richard Dill..--------------749 Stockton St., Jacksonville
Gordon, W. Stanley------------ --206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Graveley, John---------------.1012 Florida Title Bldg., Jacksonville
Graves, John P.--------------- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Greeley, Mellen C, FAIA (E)---- 6457 Pottsburg Drive, Jacksonville
Haas, J. Brooks-------------- 1045 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Hardwick, Taylor---------------------764 May St., Jacksonville
Hendry, Warren C, Jr.----------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Hill, Marvin Cletis, Jr.---------------P.O. Box 574, Jacksonville
Hollngsworth, F. A.-------------- 216 City Bldg., St. Augustine
Holloway, Louis C., Jr. 315 11 Avenue North, Jacksonville Beach
Hopkins, Abner C.--------------- 38 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville
Jackson, William K.-------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Kemp, James O.------------------3250 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Kemp, William D..------------- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Lee, W. Mayberry--------------------- 764 May St., Jacksonville
Marshall, William H.------------- 458 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Masters, Ronald Joseph .----------5461 N. River Rd., Jacksonville
McCully, Faunce R., Jr.------.---1402 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville
McDonald, James A.-------- 1569 River Hills Circle W., Jacksonville


Meehan, James A., Jr..----- ------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Morgan, William N.--------------1611 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach
Pappas, Ted P.-------------_----4833 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville
Pattillo, Charles 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
Reed, Frederick N., Jr.------ 6097 Robbins Circle South, Jacksonville
Roberts, F. Stewart---------Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Savage, Logan C.--------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Schultz, Walter B.-----------.-------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Shepard, Herschel E., Jr ---------.2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Smith, Albet L.--------------- 320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Smith, Ivan H.----------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Snead, J. Douglas, Jr.--------------- 1805 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Stephens, Willis L.-------------594 S. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville
Stevens, John Pierce------------5959 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
Stickle, George W.-----------------P.O. Box 1706, St. Augustine
Sutton, James M.---------------504 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Torbett, Cornell E.-------------- 1000 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Van Dusen, Fred C.--------------5676 Colcord Ave., Jacksonville
Veenstra, Richard J.-----------------430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville
Warner, Robert A.----------------- 917 Gilmore St., Jacksonville
Wells, Cora Lea----------------105 St. George St., St. Augustine
Willis, Lynwood G. .------- -------- 430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES


Bochiardy, Howard B.--------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Cummer, Wellngton W.---. 1616 Barnett Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Crenshaw, Edgar M.------------- 237 W. Forsyth St., 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 W. 42 St., Jacksonville
Gustafson, Russell- -------------------764 May St., Jacksonville
Harms, Joseph B.-------.. 605 First Federal Savings Bldg., Jacksonville
Karig, Richard D.------------- 752 Hawthorne Ave., Elmhurst, Ill.
Kellam, Billy W.--------------2019 Sweetbriar Lane, Jacksonville
Leuthold, Duane W.-------------------764 May St., Jacksonville
MacLean, DeWitt Bruen-------------2017 Catlin Drive, Jacksonville
McIntyre, Byron-------------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville


Morgan, Don R.------------- --- P.O. Box 57, Keystone Heights
Parks, W. John, Ill------------------ 325 Main St., Jacksonville
Pearson, Richard W., Jr.----------- 5233 Vassar Road, Jacksonville
Price, James Frank--------------1840 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville
Shelley, James E.------------- 987 Townsend Blvd., Jacksonville
Shumer, Frank D.------ ------ Route 6, Box 279-A, Jacksonville
Smith, Allen H. _------------------ P.O. Box 4840, Jacksonville
Taylor, Walter Q.--- ---------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Thorsen, H. S., Jr.--------Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Urbanus, Dan ------------ ---- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Washer, Norman E.----- ---------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Wise, Robert C.---------------- 1943 Rayben Drive, Jacksonville
Woolverton, Robert D.------------ 2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Zeller, Emilio, III---------------1000 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville


ASSOCIATES


Baker, Channing, Jr.----------- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Cummer, Wellington W.-. 1616 Barnett Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Hapsis, George E.------------4250 Camellia Circle East, Jacksonville
Harris, William K.---------504 MI Det., A.P.O. 326, New York, N.Y.
Hawkins, William---- ------- ----1417 Mapleton Road, Jacksonville
Herndon, Felix H., Jr.-------5534 Pittman Drive North, Jacksonville
Holman, Nathan A.------------- 268 University Bldg., Jacksonville
Hull, Homer, Jr.--------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville


LeGate, Frank Milton, III ---- 1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Lindelow, Craig W.----------- Canlin Corp., 2 Division St., Box 489,
Somerville, NJ.
Nelson, John P., Jr.------------2535 Patsy Anne Drive, Jacksonville
Seymour, Edward B.------------ 1320 Coast Line BIdg., Jacksonville
Sizemore, James A.--------- ------------Drawer B, Jacksonville
Smith, John V.-----------------. 1782 Mayfair Road, Jacksonville


Mid-Florida Chapter

OFFICERS

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

CORPORATE MEMBERS
Anglin, Lawrence L.-----------------3014 Corrine Drive, Orlando DeLee, F. Earl---------------------- -- P.O. Box 7518, Orlando
Arthur, Allen E., Jr.--------------305 Fern Creek Ave., Orlando DeLoe, John P.--------------------- --- P.O. Box 7518, Orlando
Bannon, Lucas --------------------------Reservoir Lake, Sanford Dye, John Edward------------------ 255 E. Swoope, Winter Park
Berman, Alan Bruce-------------- 501 N. Magnolia Ave., Orlando Fugleberg, Lyle P.-------------- -404 Barclay Drive, Winter Park
Burton, John A., IV-------------------------P.O. Box 900, Sanford Goodwin, David L---------------1008 Dupont Ave, Winter Park
Chapman, James Graham, Jr. --..- -P.O. Box 1056, Panama City, Fla. Hampton, Donald R..-------------.-- P.O. Box 953, Winter Park
Cox, William A.------------------305 N. Fern Creek Ave., Orlando Harter, Bernard Paul, II---------- 3615 Ridgemont Road, Orlando


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT







Mid-Florida Chapter Continued
Hatton, L. Alex--------------------------P.O. Box 6367, Orlando
Heasley, Wayne D.-------_------------1810 W. Colonial, Orlando
Hendrick, Charles L.----------------- Gen. Del., U.S. Naval Station,
F.P.O.New York, N.Y.
Hitt, Laurance W. (E) ------------189 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Hollifield, John Arnold ---------_1584 Cavendish Road, Winter Park
Hunton, Tom R.--------------.----. 235 Whittier Circle, Orlando
Johnson, Harold W.------------------P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Kelley, Eoghan N.------------------- 216 Crystal Drive, Sanford
Langley, John B.---------------------P.O. Box 796, Winter Park
Lovelock, Ralph P.--------------------P.O. Box 236, Winter Park
Murphy, Robert B.------- .------- 1210 Edgewater Drive, Orlando
Ostrander, Richard J------------- 3413 Jamison Drive, Apopka
Owles, Fred G., Jr...----- _-------_-----810 W. Colonial, Orlando
Rogers, James Gamble, II------------- P.O. Box 236, Winter Park
Rogers, Richard Boone---------------- 511 N. Mills St., Orlando


Schweizer, Nils M.--------------206 Park Ave. South, Winter Park
Sheehy, Frank----------------206 Park Ave. South, Winter Park
Shifalo, Joseph M.-----------------110 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Sims, Wythe Davis, II----------- 1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park
Stiggins, Hill----------------------- 729 N. Thornton, Orlando
Thomas, Edward Lee---------------1401 Egewater Drive, Orlando
Tuttle, George A., Jr.------------ 1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park
Wald, Charles Brandon ------------------P.O. Box 7774, Orlando
Warriner, Clifford H.--------------116 S. Park Ave., Winter Park
Watson, John T.----------------------P.O. Box 8006, Orlando
Webb, Robert I., Jr. ---- ------------P.O. Box 967, Maitland
Whitworth, Henry P. (E)--------------P.O. Box 685, Winter Park
Williams, Charles F.--------------110 E. Morse Blvd, Winter Park
Wilson, Mark Leonard.---------------P.O. Box 302, Winter Park
Wright, Clifford W.----------1460 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park
Zelones, Paul Gerard--------.-----. 412 MacArthur Drive, Orlando


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES


Blackman, Bruce--------------.- 1520 Glencoe Road, Winter Park
Freelove, Dale --------... ------...855 Palmer Ave., Winter Park
Helman, Alan C.------------_-------_ 1624 Harwood, Orlando
Kelly, Robert B.--------------------513 W. Colonial, Orlando


Lotspeich, Lowell L. ----_-------235 Knowles Ave., Winter Park
Shivers, Claude M.------------- 2838 Lionheart Road, Winter Park
Tabb, Crelghton, Jr.-------------------1029 Alba Drive, Orlando
Unkefer, Earl C.--------------- 508 Highland Road, Winter Park


ASSOCIATES


Klein, Bernard ------ ------- Route 1, Box 828, Longwood
McDanlel, John L.-----------------1253 Emeralda Road, Orlando
Perez, Sara ----------------------------- 808 Hillcrest, Orlando


Pierce, Robert M.-------------- -----P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Price, William--------------------. 419 E. Maine St., Longwood


Brevard County Section Mid-Florida Chapter

OFFICERS

President . . . ... .Frank Benito
Vice-President. . . . Ernest Wolfman
Secretary-Treasurer. ... .Richard T. Stagg


CORPORATE
Benito. Frank-------------------------503 Thomas St., Cocoa
D'Amico, Henry ----------------P.O. Box 262, Merritt Island
Myers, Wayne P.-------------- 500 Hamilton Circle, Merritt Island
Poynter, Raymond R., Jr.--------------P.O. Drawer K, Cocoa Beach
Sherman, M. Tony ...--------- 2825 So. Washington Ave., Titusville


PROFESSIONAL
Allen, Clyde Albert--------------350 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach
Juhn, William L.------------ 299-A N. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach


MEMBERS
Stagg, Richard T.-------------------P.O. Box 1151, Cocoa Beach
Taylor, Rhoderic F.-----------------Route 2, Box 69, Melbourne
Williams, Joseph N.-----------_--- 1375 Cypress Ave., Eau Gallie
Wolfman, Ernest --------------- P.O. Box 1134, Merritt Island


ASSOCIATES
Levin, Richard S.----------------------- 504 Delannoy Ave., Cocoa
Thompson, Donald E. ----------.-------- P.O. Box 458, Titusville


ASSOCIATES
Melvin, James T.----------------2353 Pineapple Ave., Eau Gallle Murphree, Hoyt, Jr.------------------.P.O. Box 6, Rockland, Texas


MARCH, 1966









Palm Beach Chapter

OFFICERS

President. . . . ... John B. Marion Secretary ..... Howarth L. Lewis, Jr.
Vice President . . . Richard E. Pryor Treasurer ...... Rudolph M. Arsenicos


CORPORATE I
Armstrong, Donald E.----- --------------Route 1, Box 583, Stuart
Arsenices, Rudolph M.-----..321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach
Baber, Dwight R.-------------604 Hudson Road, West 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
Bralnard, William W.-------.-206 Arlington Road, West Palm Beach
Caler, Kemp..----. .-------------378 So. County Road, Palm Beach
Chilton, Howard ------------------446 Brazilian Ave., Palm Beach
Clark, Phillip L (E)-----------6010 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach
Cone, Chester A. ----.--.------------216 N.W. 16 St., Belle Glade
Conn, Robbins L....................---------------322 N.W. 16 St., Delray Beach
Davis, George C.------------- 1100 5. Federal Hwy., Boynton Beach
Duff, Dillard ---------------835 Biscayne Drive, West Palm Beach
Dugger, John E.B------------- 1200 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Duncan, C. Ellis --- ------------------ P.O. Box 695, Vero Beach
Edge, Donald R..---- ------------Phipps Plaza Bldg, Palm Beach
Fernau, Herman E..----------------225 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach
Fuller, Reed B.---------------240 Ashworth Road, West Palm Beach
Gesbocker, John B. ------.3681 Cold Springs Lane, Chamblee, Ga.
Glnocchio, Stephen J.......---- --.....Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach
Hammond, Herrick C, FAIA (E)...702 N. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach
Hanna, Richard T.---..------ ---------524 N.E. 2 St., Delray Beach
Harding, Henry K...........----------318 Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach
Holley, Maurice E....----.--.601 N. Flagler Court, West Palm Beach
Jacobson, Kenneth----------------------Boyd Bldg., Delray Beach
Johnson, Duane Van -----------1122 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Johnson, William R.-------------------Wyeth Bldg., Palm Beach
Lewis, Howarth L., Jr.------------324 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Marion, John B.........----------------230 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
McCall, Howard E.---.---------------- 211 S.E. 1 Ave., Boca Raton
McKinley, Paul A.-----------------301 N. Fedelal Hwy., Boca Raton
Moe, Ralph S, Jr..----------.1122 North Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth
NeBI, Sidney K......P.O. Box 1063, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas


Newstead, Robert-----------------531 North Palmway, Lake Worth
Obst, Emily V..-----------------.214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Obst, Harold A....---------------.214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Ogren, Samuel, Jr. ------------------117 Lake Drive, Delray Beach
Pachner, Elmond A.--.-----------. Labor Attache, c/o U.S. Embassy,
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, S.A.
Peacock, Carroll .....-------.---- 324 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Plockelman, Raymond H...--------. 230 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Pope, Henry V....--------------------1210 N.E 8 St., Delray Beach
Powell, Jefferson N.-------------361 S. County Road, Palm Beach
Pryor, Richard L--------------------------- P.O. Box 445, Stuart
Richardson, Robert W.----------------Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach
Robinson, James W., Jr..---..---. 1701 N. Federal Hwy., Lake Worth
Robison, David V...---- --- --- ----------1837 20 St., Vero Beach
Robson, Norman----------2025 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach
Roe, Robert E.....--------------- 461 E. Palmetto Road, Boca Raton
Rosmarin, Herbert P.------------------------P.O. Box 445, Stuart
Scoville, David B.-------------------225 Fern St., West Palm Beach
Seizer, Gerhard A.--------------.1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
Shoup, John T., Jr.....---------------301 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton
Shriver, David S.--.-------------340 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Simon, Roy M.----------------------94 N.E. 5 Ave., Delray Beach
Slmonson, Byron F.------------------233 Phipps Plaza, Palm Beach
Smith, Hillard T., Jr._ ----------1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
Spina, Kenardon M.------. 2028 Worthington Ave., West Palm Beach
Stetson, John, FAIA--------------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. ----------238 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Volk, John L.-----------------------206 Plaza Circle, Palm Beach
Votaw, George J..-------.. .210 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach
Willson, Jack, Jr.........--------------Phipps Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach
Wortman, Edgar S.-------------- 1122 North Dixie, Lake Worth
Wyeth, Marion Simms, FAIA E)----------Wyeth Bldg., Palm Beach


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES


Barrows, Timothy H...------. 110 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton
Della Valle, Donald ------------ 1219 Tropical Drive, Lake Worth
Granfleld, Richard S.------------------1425 Riverside Drive, Stuart
Henderson, Paul B.--.----.--..-------------P.O. Box 1792, Stuart


Lane, Ronald L--....----------.-----..--423 Dale Palm, Lake Park
Lawrence, C. Eugene.--------- 2013 Ardmore Road, West Palm Beach
Schwab, Ronald D. ---------------.724 Evergreen Drive, Lake Park


ASSOCIATES


Cedarvall, Anton .------. -------300 Linda Lane, Palm Beach Shores
Edelman, Louis ----------------222 Summa St., West Palm Beach
Hameister, Theodore V.---------------.3765 Kirk Road, Lake Worth
Hamilton, Thomas J...........-------------......McDaniel Heights Apts., #8F,
Greenville, South Carolina
Harden, F. Jack-------------7980 Edgewater Dr., Lake Clark Shores,
West Palm Beach
Kisko, Ardell A. ---------------836 Beech Road, West Palm Beach


Mixon, Andrew L ---.... 2428 Chickamauga Ave., West Palm Beach
Paluga, Joseph H. ...------------1428 West Montgomery St., Lantana
San Giovanni, Richard L...------------- 461 W. 34 St., Riviera Beach
Stetson, Frank K., Jr....---------- 342 Hunter St., West Palm Beach
TIrsbler, W. C..---------------...430 S.W. 5 Ave., Boynton Beach
Twitty, Paul M.----------------1017 Omar Road, West Palm Beach
Webb, Dorothy G.- Kip's Bay Plaza #3-G, 343 E. 30 St., New York, N.Y.


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT















Alphabetical Listing Of FAA Members


B Broward County
D Daytona Beach
C- Florida Central


C Corporate


KEY: Chapter Location

G- Florida Gulf Coast NW Florida Northwest
N Florida North S Florida South
NC- Florida North Central J Jacksonville

Membership Clasification

PA Professional Associate A Associate


M Mid-Florida Chapter
P Palm Beach Chapter


E-- Emeritus


Abrams, Milton (SC)---------975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Adams, Franklin 0., FAIA (CC) (E)---... 921 S. Orleans Ave., Tampa
Adams, John Franklin (JC) (E --------------P.O. Box 214, Madison
Albert, John J. (CA)----------------------321 Murray, Clearwater
Albert, LeRoy K. (NCC) ------- Board of Regents, Architect's Office,
101 W. Gaines St., Tallahassee
Alfano, Frank A. (CPA)------------------1701 Drew St., Clearwater
Alfonso, Carlos (CC)--------------------7012 Conifer Drive, Tampa
Alfonso, Cesar P. (CC))-----------------7012 Conifer Drive, Tampa
Alford, James Donald (JC------------3250 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Allen, Bartle J. (SA)-------------4061 Ventura Ave., Coconut Grove
Allen, Clyde Albert (MPA) -------350 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach
Allen, Marvin (NWA) -260 West Ave., Santa Rosa Shores, Gulf Breeze
Alien, Richard G. (GPA) -------.. ----. 2045 Goldenrod St, Sarasota
Allen, Robert L. (CPA).-------1020- 41st Ave. North, St. Petersburg
Amile, Thor IBC) ----------918 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
Anderson, John Alexander, Jr. (SC).---. 9395 S.W. 174th St., Miami
Andrews, William D. ISA)-----------1901 N.W. 88th Terrace, Miami
Anglin, Lawrence L. (MC .--------------014 Corrlne Drive, Orlando
Anson, Herbert L. (BC)------------19 N E. 3rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Arango, Jorge ISC)----------3141 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
Ariso, Luis (SA) -------------------4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
Armstrong, Donald E. (PCI----------------Route 1, Box 583, Stuart
Arnett, William T. (NC)----------2105 N.W. Third Place, Galnesville
Arnold, Scott B. (SC -----------------7550 Red Road, South Miami
Arsenices, Rudolph M. IPC)---321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach
Arthur, Allen E., Jr. (MC)----------305 N. Fern Creek Ave., Orlando
Athan, Demetrios J. (CC) ------------------825 S. MacDill, Tampa
Atkinson, Carl N., Jr. (CC)----------205- 3 St. South, St. Petersburg
Atwater, Montgomery (SC) -------------5801 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Aubel, Lynn A. (BPA) -------2931 S.W. 13th Court, Fort Lauderdale


Baber, Dwight R. (PC) ---------604 Hudson Road. West Palm Beach
Baber, W. E. (NA)-----------------------606 NE 1 St., Gainesville
Ball, Frank W. (GC) (El------------------ P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers
Bal, George H. (C) ---------------------P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers
Bailey, Fred J. (DA) ----------------P.O Box 5595, Daytona Beach
Baker, Channing, Jr. (JA)---------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Baker, Ervay J. (BC) --422 East Lake Road, Hammondsport, New York
Baker, Richard A. IBC ------------316 Sunset Drive, Fort Lauderdale
Bannister, Turpin C., FAIA (NC) (El College of Architecture & Fine Arts
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville
Bannon, Lucas E. (MC) -------------------Reservoir Lake, Sanford
Baradell, John J. (NWA) ------------------P.O. Box 1641, Pensacola
Barnett, Richard (SA)----------2931 Bridgeport Ave, Coconut Grove
Barret, Leslie M. ISC) --------------P.O. Box 206, Marathon Shores
Barrett, Pearce L. (NCC) ---------------P.O. Box 1146, Tallahassee
Barrows, C. Storrs, FAIA (CG) ....3600 Lockwood Ridge Road, Sarasota
Barrows, Timothy H. (PPA).. I 10 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton
Bauchsples, Clarence M. (GC)--------------473- 3 St. South, Naples
Baxter, Edward H. (SC)-------------------315 NW 27 Ave., Miami
Beall, Eric Donald H. (CPA)-------------------807 W. Kirby, Tampa
Bean, William R. (NWC) -----------513 E. Fairfield Drive, Pensacola
Bell, Lowry M. (SC)---------------------6703 SW 130 Terr., Miami
Benda, Charles J., Jr. (NCC)---------Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg,
Tallahassee
Benito, Frank (MC) -----------------------503 Thomas St., Cocoa
Bennett, Ames (PC)--------------361 So. County Road, Palm Beach
Bennett, George Lyle (BC)-----.3215 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
Bennett, Josh C., Jr. (BC)--------5250 NE 15 Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Benton, Felix ICC)-----... 510 Bon Aire Ave., Temple Terrace, Tampa
Bergamaschl, Adonay (SC)------------------7550 SW 60 St., Miami
Berman, Alan Bruce (MC)-----------501 No. Magnolia Ave., Orlando
Bernardo, Joseph R. (CC) -------------------5905 N. Rome, Tampa
Botth, Wayne (NCPA)- .-.Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee

MARCH, 1966


Bigoney, William F. (BC).---------316 Sunset Drive, Fort Lauderdale
Blacker, Joseph E. (GC) --.-------2 Fairvlew Blvd., Fort Myers Beach
Blackman, Bruce (MPA)------------1520 Glencoe Road, Winter Park
Blals, Joseph R., Jr. (DC)-.------1.. 137 Florida Ave., Daytona Beach
Blake, Robert F. (PC) ---------1045 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Blanton, McAllister (CC) -----------3--637 Henderson Blvd., Tampa
Block, Samuel S. (SC) ---.------------ 11101 SW 88 Court, Miami
Blohm, Carl H. (SC) ..-------.------ ------ 1258 SW 3 St., Miami
Boardman, Robert E. (JC) ------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Bochlardy, Howard B. (JPA)-------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Bodo, Matthew (CC) -..-----1297 Eden Isle Blvd., NE, St. Petersburg
Boerema, Robert J. (SC) ----------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Bonsey, Francis Gerard (CC) -..-----1420 4 St. South, St. Petersburg
Boyer, David B. (JCl--..--..-----1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Braden, Philip R. (SC) -------------5952 S.W. 70 St., South Miami
Bradley, Paul M., Jr. (BC)----.... 4896 N.E. 20 Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Braido, Robert H. (PC)----------------1610 Flagler Blvd., Lake Park
Brainard, William W. (PC)---...206 Arlington Road, West Palm Beach
Branch, Dan P. INC) --------- CCollege of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Fla., Galnesville
Branch, James E. (SC) ------------University of Miami, Coral Gables
Breidenbach, William F. (CC) (E)l---.------203 So. Lockmoor Ave.,
Temple Terrace (Tampa)
Bremerman, F. Hugh (GC)---..--...------- 280 Central Ave., Naples
Brickert, John T. (JC)---..... 6018 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville
Briggs, Cecil C. (BC) ------------2720 NE 23 Place, Pompano Beach
Bright, Braxton Lamar (CC)-----------------P.O. Box 48, Lakeland
Broadfoot, A. Robert Jr. (JC)-----.. 6321 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
Brodeur, V. E., Jr. ICC) -----------------1437 Court St., Clearwater
Broward, Charles S., Jr., SC)--.--------6611 Tarrega St., Coral Gables
Broward, Robert C. (JC) ------------1922 Felch Ave., Jacksonville
Brown, Henry L, Jr. ISC) ..---------- 17639 So. Dixie Hwy., Perrine
Brown, Robert H. (NCC).....------/o State Board of Commissioners,
Tallahassee
Browne, Robert Bradford (SC) ......--------940 Main Hwy., Miami
Bruce, James Y. (CC) ---------939 Beach Drive, NE, St. Petersburg
Brumer, Michael (GA)---..----------------2123 Floyd St., Sarasota
Bruno, Thomas A. (SC) (E) .----------8300 Old Cutler Road, Miami
Bryson, Joseph H. (JC) ------------111 W. Adams St., Jacksonville
Bucky, Fred W., Jr. (JC) .--..--. 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Bullock, Ellis W., Jr. (NWC) ----------101 W. Wright St., Pensacola
Bunch, Franklin S., FAIA (JC)--...1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Burnham, Herbert M. (SCI (E)-.1447 Alta Vista Drive, Vista, California
Burns, Cecil B. IJC)------------P.O. Box B, Winn-Dixie, Jacksonville
Burns, Harry E., Jr. (JC)---l ---. 1402 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville
Burton, John A., IV (MC)------------------P.O. Box 900, Sanford
Butt, Arnold F. (NC)---.....306 Tlgert Hall, Univ. of Fla., Galnesville


Caler, Kemp (PC) .-------------378 So. County Road, Palm Beach
Cameron, Douglas A. (CC) ----4735 Shore Acres Blvd., St. Petersburg
Camner, Edward Irving (SC) ------------3047 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Campbell, Arthur L., Jr. (NC) ------------603 N.E. 1 St., Gainesville
Cedervall, Anton (PA)-----------300 Linda Lane, Palm Beach Shores
Chancey, James Edwin, Jr. (NWA) -P.O. Box 9194, Panama City Beach
Channing, Jules (SC) ---------------------71 N.W. 54 St., Miami
Chapman, Donald S. (GA) .---.------- 1703 Hyde Park St., Sarasota
Chapman, James Graham, Jr. (MC)--.....P.O. Box 1056, Panama City
Chappell, Logan S. (JC)----------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Chllura, Joe, Jr. (CA) -------------------2819 Horatio St., Tampa
Chilton, Howard (PC) ---------------446 Brazilian Ave., Palm Beach
Chorowski, Moises (SAI-...-.1527 Lenox Ave., Apt. 46, Miami Beach
Church, James H. (SC)--------------------543 N.E. 67 St., Miami
Cigahn, Arnold Wolfgang (CC).--------13107 Taliaferro Ave., Tampa
Clark, Phllllp L. (PC) (E) ..---. 6010 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach
Clark, Robert W. (SC) ------------------01 N.W. 12 Ave., Miami






Clements, James E. (JC).--.------1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Clemons, Joseph N. (NCC)------------ 536 N. Monroe, Tallahassee
Close, David M. (JC) ---------------- 1805 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Coggan, Joseph L. (CC)----------2908-B Glen Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Cohen, Stuart (SC)------------- --7765 S.W. 142 St., Miami
Cole, Richard Elton (BC) ---------2716 N.E. 26 St., Fort Lauderdale
Collins, Sydney J. (GC)-----------------1532 Dolphin St., Sarasota
Colwell, Charles L. (CC) --4500 Lakeview Ave. South, St. Petersburg
Cone, Chester A. (PC) ---------------216 N.W. 16 St., Belle Glade
Conklin, Spencer R., Jr. (SA) -- P.O. Box 961, Riverside Sta., Miami
Conn, Robbins L. (PC)-------------322 N.W. 16 St., Delray Beach
Conner, Evan J. (DA)------------- 1104-4 St., Daytona Beach
Coons, Herbert, Jr. (JC) -- ------850 May Street, Jacksonville
Cooper, Kenneth G. (DA)-----------.P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Cotterman, Charles J. (SC)- -----1711 Columbus Blvd., Coral Gables
Cox, William A. (MC) ------------305 N. Fern Creek Ave., Orlando
Coxen, Forrest R. (NCC) ----------218 Avant Building, Tallahassee
Craft, Chester L., Jr. (NCC) ------------512 Ward St., Tallahassee
Craig, Francis W. (DC)--------414 No. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach
Crain, Edward E. (SC)----------------- 9300 S.W. 99 St., Miami
Crawford, William G. (BC) -------2114 N.E. 21 St., Fort Lauderdale
Creager, Bruce (GA)-------- 74 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.
Creamer, John M. (JPA)--------- -- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Crenshaw, Edgar M. (JPA) -------- 237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Croll, Douglas E. (GC)---------------205 Walcald Bldg., Bradenton
Crooke, James J., Jr. (NWC) ----------- P.O. Box 2667, Pensacola
Crumpton, Charles L. (SC) ----------19411 N.W. 23 Court, Miami
Cummer, Wellington W. (JPA)---- 1616 Barnett Nat'l. Bank Bldg.,
Jacksonville
Curry, Charles F., Jr. (CC) --------------1408 Swann Ave., Tampa


Daffln, Ernest C. (NCC) ---------------P.O. Box 1698, Tallahassee
Dalsell, K. Whitney, Jr. (CC) ----- 300 So. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Dalzell, Kenneth W., FAIA (CC) (E) _300 So. Garden Ave., Clearwater
D'Amico, Henry (MC) ---------------P.O. Box 262, Merritt Island
Daniel, Homer F. (SA)--------------- 13325 S.W. 83 Court, Miami
Daniels, Thomas H. (NWC) -------425 Oak Ave., Panama City, Fla.
Darby, Robert F. (JC)---------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Davis, George C. (PC)----------1100 S. Federal Hwy, Boynton Beach
Davis, Harold B. (GC)-----------------P.O. Box 176, Cape Coral
Davis, Stephen M. (SC)--------4704 S. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Deem, Arthur F. (DC) (E)------ 209 W. Minnesota Ave., DeLand
Dean, Donovan (CC)---------------.2011 S. Flordia Ave., Lakeland
Decker, Harold C. (SPA)------------- 15875 S.W. 79 Court, Miami
Deen, James (SC)------------------7500 Red Road, South Miami
DeFranco, Lee (CC) ------------------ 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
DeKonschin, Victor E. (SC) -------6075 Sunset Drive, South Miami
Delia Valle, Donald (PPA)---------1219 Tropical Drive, Lake Worth
DeLoe, F. Earl (MC)---------------------P.O. Box 7518, Orlando
DeLoe, John P. (MC) ------------------P.O. Box 7518, Orlando
Dirkes, Gordonn (CC)----------------1846 S.E. 5 St., Winter Haven
DiSlvestro, Leonard J. (SC)--------------1325 S.W. 1 St., Miami
Dixon, Leo Eldon (DC)-----------136 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach
Dixon, Warren A. (NCC)----------------510 Ward St., Tallahassee
Dodge, Richard W. (BC) ------950 No. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach
Doll, Clarence W. (CC)----------5595- 4 St. South, St. Petersburg
Dompe, Alexander G., Jr. (NPA)..----. 254 Coronado Blvd., Titusville
Donofro, Paul (NCPA)------------- 208 N. Jefferson St., Marianna
Draeger, Earl J. (GC)-----------------2032 Hillvlew St., Sarasota
Drake, Alfred T. (CC)---------4930 Park Blvd., North, Pinellas Park
Drake, H. Lamar (JC) --------------206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Drake, W. Kenyon (JC) (E)----------237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Dry, James R. (CC) -------------------P.O. Box 2422, Lakeland
Duff, Dillard (PC)----------- 833 Biscayne Drive, West Palm Beach
Dugger, John E. (PC)-----------1200 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Duncan, E. Bryan (NC) --------------3021/2 Ocklawaha Ave., Ocala
Duncan, C. Ellis (PC)-----------------P.O. Box 695, Vero Beach
Duncan, J. Vance (NC)--------- 314 Robertson Building, Ocala
Dutkin, Howard L. (SC)----------- 1100 N.E. 125 St., North Miami
Dyal, John Wesley (JPA) ---------360 Beach Ave., Atlantic Beach
Dye, John Edward (MC)---------------255 E. Swoope, Winter Park
Dye, John T. (BC) .--.808 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 103, Ft. Lauderdale
Dykes, Robert L (CC)----------------103 Watkins Way, Brandon


Eberhart, Robert C. (SC)------------- 115 S.W. 100 Court, Miami
Eckhoff, Arnold W. (SC)-----------100 Biscayne Blvd. South, Miami
Edelman, Louis (PA)------------222 Summa St., West Palm Beach
Edelstein, Harold (SC)-c/o A. Gensler, 555 Clay St., San Francisco, Cal.
Edge, Donald R. (PC)-----------Phipps Plaza Building, Palm Beach
Ek, Ed (DA)---------------------141 Reef Road, South Daytona
Erickson, Ralph A. (GC) ----------3110 Mt. Vernon Ave., Apt. 314,
Alexandria, Va.
Evans, John (BC) -------------- 316 Sunset Drive, Fort Lauderdale
Evans, Samuel F. (NPA)-------------2022 N.W. 14 Ave., Gainesville
Ewart, Thomas E., Jr. (JC) ..-- ------- 2063 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Ewing, Upton C. (SC) (E ---------. 362 Minorca Ave., Coral Gables

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Faerber, Nelson A. (GC)--------------- 586 -9 St. South, Naples
Fasnacht, Ted E. (CC)----204 Dicus-Owens Bldg., Main & Broadway,
Dunedin
Faust, William A. (DC)-------------P.O. Box 2264, Daytona Beach
Fein, Gilbert M. (SPA) -----... ------2212 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Feito, Jose (SC)----.------------ P.O. Box 685, Miami Springs
Ferendino, Andrew J. (SC)----------2575 So. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Ferguson, James E., Jr. (SC) -_4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Fernau, Herman E. (PC)-------.----225 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach
Fetner, S. Ralph (JC) (E-------- 1835 Woodmere Dr., Jacksonville
Filer, Robert J. (SC)--------------269 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables
Fink, H. George (SC) (E) ----- 255 University Drive, Coral Gables
Fisher, George Ryad (JC)--------458 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Flemming, Bryan (SC)------------ 1127 Dupont Bldg., Miami
Fletcher, Eliot C. (CC) --------.-----------.600 Madison, Tampa
Fletcher, Rudolph J. (DPA) ---- 1011 Chaffee Place, Daytona Beach
Forfar, Donald H. (SC)-----------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Foxworth, George H. (CC) -------- 4514 Culbreath Ave., Tampa
Freedman, Norman H. (JC) -- 1201 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Freelove, Dale (MPA) ---------- 855 Palmer Ave., Winter Park
Frese, Robert K. (SC)--------------- 3047 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Fried, Allan Roy (SA)----------------- 1313 15 St., Miami Beach
Fritz, F. R. (NWA) .-------215 N. Madison Dr., Mayfair, Pensacola
Frizzell, William R. (CC) --..Suite 3A, Lee Co. Bank Bldg., Fort Myers
Frye, Allen D. (JC) ---------------459 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park
Fuehrer, Tom (SC) -----------------------101 S.E. 7 St., Miami
Fugleberg, Lyle P. (MC)-----------404 Barclay Drive, Winter Park
Fuller, Reed B. (PC)----------240 Ashworth Road, West Palm Beach
Fulton, Guy C. (NC) -------Box 2181, University Station, Gainesville
Funk, Robert E (CA) --------------. 1360 Terrace Road, Clearwater
Fusco, J. Alden (SC) ------------- 1900 Collins Ave., Miami Beach


Gallagher, Regis L. (SC)--5/2 North Ave., Suite 2, Kingston 10 Jamaica
Gallagher, Walter J., Jr. (JPA) --- 2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Gamble, G. Clinton, FAIA (BC)--- P.O. Box 2465, Fort Lauderdale
Garcia, Genero, Jr., (CC)------------------ 517 Bayshore, Tampa
Garland, James E. (SC) -----------------315 N.W. 27 Ave., Miami
Garland, James L. (JPA)-------- 2303 Dellwood Ave., Jacksonville
Gay, John B. (CC)--------------7257 Central Ave., St. Petersburg
Gee, J. Milton (DC) -------104 Venetian Way, Daytona Beach
Gehlert, Craig J. (DC) ------------P.O. Box 5096, Daytona Beach
Geiger, August (SC) (El----------- 1630 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach
Geldbaugh, G. Richard (SC) --------------7401 S.W. 34 St., Miami
Gentile, Joseph T. (SC)---------------- 1790 W. 79 St., Hialeah
George, Frank G. (NC)------------------ P.O. Box 1299, Palatka
Gerber, Erwin (SC)--------------- Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Gerken, Carl (DC) -------- --- P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Germain, Richarl Dill (JC) -----------749 Stockton St., Jacksonville
Gesbocker, John B. (PC)--- 3681 Cold Springs Lane, Chamblee, Ga.
Ghezzi, Edward M. (SC) -----------7915 S.W. 128 St., South Miami
Gibbs, Frederick A. (SC)--- 927 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Giller, Charles (SC) ------------------ 4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami
GIller, Norman (SC)----------975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Gilroy, William A. (BC)----------- P.O. Box 2465, Fort Lauderdale
Ginocchio, Stephen J. (PC)----------.Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach
Glasgow, Stanley (SC) ---- 4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Goldman, Harold J. (DPA)----------1438 Peninsula, Daytona Beach
Goldman, Sanford Maurice (CC) -.1915 Park St. North, St. Petersburg
Gomez, Alberto F. (BPA)---------808 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 103,
Fort Lauderdale
Gomon, William R. (DC)----------- P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach
Gonzalez, Horacio (CA)--------------------429 Erie Ave., Tampa
Goodman, Marvin D. (SC) ---. 82 Knutsford Blvd., Kingston 5, Jamaica
Goodwin, David L. (MC)----- ---- 1008 Dupont Ave., Winter Park
Goodwin, Robert C. (JPA) ----------- 204 West 42 St., Jacksonville
Gordo, Justo, Jr. (SPA) ----- _--- 3260 NW 169 Terr., Opa Locka
Gordon, W. Stanley (JC)----------206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Gottfried, Jacob L (CC)------------------517 Bayshore, Tampa
Gottfried, Theodore (SC) ---------- 3298 Mary St., Coconut Grove
Gracida, Rene H. (SA) -..--- .---------6301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Graf, Robert George (NCC) ------------1401 Raa Ave., Tallahassee
Grafton, Edward G. (SC)-----------2575 So. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Grand, John L. R. (NC)----- College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Granfield, Richard S. (PPA) ------- 1425 Riverside Drive, Stuart
Graveley, John (JC)-----------1012 Florida Title Bldg., Jacksonville
Graves, John P. (JC). ---------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Gray, Mays Leroy (NCC)----Suite 227, Pepper Bldg., 216 So. Duval,
Tallahassee
Greeley, Mellen C., FAIA, (JC) (E)-.6457 Pottsburg Drive, Jacksonville
Greene, James A. (CC)-----------500 So. Himes, Apt. 29, Tampa
Greening, William P. (DC) --..-200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach
Gremll, Erwin II (GC)------------------ 1790 Wood St., Sarasota
Griffin, Harry M. (DC) (El-- -----309 N. Grandview, Daytona Beach
Griffin, Leonard A. (GC)---------------- 2910-8 Ave., Bradenton
Grimshaw, John 0. (SC)-----------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami

THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT







Grobe, William C. (NC) ----------College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Grossman, Melvin (SC).-------------420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Grove, Otto D., Jr. (BC)--------------19 NE 3 Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Gruen, Max (SA) --.---------------8.825 SW 18 Terrace, Miami
Grundman, Robert Lee (CC) ---- 2521 -34 St. South, St. Petersburg
Guerin, William H. (NCC)-- Office of the Architect, Board of Control,
New State Office Bldg., Tallahassee
Gustafson, Russell (JPA) --------------764 May St., Jacksonville
Gutierres, Enrique H. (SPA).-------. 4001 Chase Ave., Miami Beach



Haack, Otto E. (BC) ---------------.19 NE 3 Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Haas, J. Brooks (JC) ---------------1045 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Haddox, George C. (CC)-----------1153 NE Cleveland St., Clearwater
Hadley, Elliott B. (CC) ------------860 Snell Isle Blvd., St. Petersburg
Haley, Curtis E. (SC)--------------214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables
Haley, Richard C. (NC)-----------------P.O. Box 609, Gainesville
Hall, Harold E. (SC) (E)------------8 Canterbury Road, Mobile, Ala.
Hall, Robert E. (BC)----------------2620 NE 18 St., Fort Lauderdale
Hameister, Theodore V. (PA)-----------3765 Kirk Road, Lake Worth
Hamilton, Jefferson M. (NC)-------------- 1114 NE 7 St., Gainesville
Hamilton, Thomas J. (PA) -------------McDaniel Heights Apts. #8F,
Greenville, S.C.
Hamlin, Horace H., Jr. (CC) --939 Beach Drive North, St. Petersburg
Hammond, Herrick C., FAIA (PC) (E) --------702 No. Ocean Blvd.,
Delray Beach
Hampton, Donald R. (MC) --------------P.O. Box 953, Winter Park
Hampton, Mark G. (CC) ------------Stovall Professional Bldg., Tampa
Handle, Oscar A., Jr. (BC) ------- 2060 NE 55 St., Fort Lauderdale
Hanebuth, Edgar C. (GC) -----------------1544 Dolphin St., Sarasota
Hanes, Myrl J. (NC)---------------------P.O. Box 609, Gainesville
Hanna, Richard T. (PC)-----------------524 NE 2 St., Delray Beach
Hansen, Robert E. (BC) ----- 311 SE 16 Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Hapsis, George E. (JA) ----- 4250 Camellia Circle East, Jacksonville
Harden, F. Jack (PA) ---- 7980 Edgewater Drive, Lake Clark Shores,
West Palm Beach
Hardesty, Alfred M. T. (SC) ------------7545 SW 124 St., Miami
Harding, Henry K. (PC) ---- 318 Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach
Hardwick, Taylor (JC)-------------------764 May St., Jacksonville
Hardwlck, William C., Jr. (SC)--P.O. Box 612, Santa Monica, California
Harms, Joseph B. (JPA) --605 First Federal Savings Bldg., Jacksonville
Harrington, Charles F. (NA)---------- Route 4, Box 347G, Gainesville
Harris, William K. (JA)---- 504 MI Det., A.P.O. 326, New York, N.Y.
Harry, Milton C. (SPA) ---------------------5707 SW 51 St., Miami
Hart, Robert Daniel (NWC)---------------410 W. Garden, Pensacola
Harter, Bernard Paul II (MC)---------3615 Ridgemont Road, Orlando
Hartley, James M. (BC)------------- 1909 Harrison St., Hollywood
Hartman, Barnard W., Jr. (BC)----- 2190 SE 17 St., Fort Lauderdale
Harvard, William B. (CC)----------2714-9 St. North, St. Petersburg
Harvey, A. Reese (CC) ---------3610 Waverly Circle, Tampa
Hatcher, Thurston (SC)---------------------1515 NW 7 St., Miami
Hatton, L. Alex (MC) ----------------------P.O. Box 6367, Orlando
Hawkins, William (JA)-----------1417 Mapleton Road, Jacksonville
Heasley, Wayne D. (MC) --------- -- 1810 W. Colonial, Orlando
Hedlund, Ronald (SA) --------------7550 Red Road, South Miami
Hegel, Carlos G. (SA) -------------------12940 SW 63 Ave., Miami
Helm, James A. (GC------------------ P.O. Box 333, Avon Park
Helman, Alan C. (MPA) ----------------1624 Harwood, Orlando
Henderson, Paul B. (PPA) ------------ P.O. Box 1792, Stuart
Henderson, Roy M. (CC) -------------410 S. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater
Henderson, Warren L. (CC)---------1391 S. Hillcrest Ave., Clearwater
Hendrick, Charles L. (MC) ----- General Delivery, U.S. Naval Station,
F.P.O., New York
Hendry, Warren C., Jr. (JC) --- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Herndon, Felix H., Jr. (JA) ---5534 Pittman Drive North, Jacksonville
Hey, Henry T. (NWC) (E) ----- ----- Route 3, Box 67, Marianna
Heywang, Charles G., Jr. (SA)------4531 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
Hibler, Bernard C. (SC) --- 1300 NE 26 Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Hill, Marvin Cletis, Jr. (JC)------------P.O. Box 574, Jacksonville
HImes, Richard S. (CC)---------------3637 Henderson Blvd., Tampa
Hitt, Laurance W. (MC) (E) ---- 189 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Hitt, Lewis M. (SC) ---------------------13500 SW 74 Place, Miami
Hladik, George J. (SC) ----------------------1071 NE 85 St., Miami
Hochstim, Jan (SC)-------------- -- 7955 SW 132 St., Miami
Hedge, John Douglas (NA) ---------- P.O. Box 1299, Palatka
Hogner, P. R. L. (BC) .------. 2511 S. Andros Lane, Fort Lauderdale
Holden, Cecil (CA)------------4400 36 Avenue North, St. Petersburg
Holley, Maurice E. (PC)-----601 N. Flagler Court, West Palm Beach
Holliday, James B. (GC) ------------1012 Pt. of Rocks Road, Sarasota
Hollifield, John Arnold (MC) -----1584 Cavendish Road, Winter Park
Hollingsworth, F. A. (JC) --------------216 City Bldg., St. Augustine
Hollman, William Noble (CA) --------3-325 Valencia Road, Tampa
Holloway, Louis C., Jr. (JC)-_315 11 Avenue North, Jacksonville Beach
Holman, Nathan A. (JA) .------- 268 University Blvd., Jacksonville
Holmes, Dwight E. (CC)------------StovalI Professional Bldg., Tampa
Hooper, Lee (CC)----------------------11 Sandpiper Road, Tampa

MARCH, 1966


Hoover, Joseph (SC)---------------10240 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Hopkins, Abner C. (JC)--------------38 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville
Honey, Irving E. (SC)---------------------8340 NE 2 Ave., Miami
Hostetler, Robert E. (CA)-------------107 N. Cirus Ave., Clearwater
Houstoun, 0. K., Jr. (SC) --.2734 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Howard, Prentis S. (CPA)----------------2408 S. Clark Ave., Tampa
Howard, Robert George (DA) ---- 1855 Cocoa Palm Dr., Edgewater
Howell, A. Wynn (CC) --- 1340 Mills St., Apt. 2, Menlo Park, Calif.
Howey, John R. (CC)-- ------------ 217 N. Franklin St., Tampa
Hubert, Ephraim (SPA) --------345 Diagonal Road, Akron, Ohio
Huberts, Richard Lucas (NWC) --- 1636 E. Gadsden St., Pensacola
Huddleston, Prentiss (NCC) ----------- P.O. Box 3105, Tallahassee
Hudson, George C. (SC)----------------6830 SW 76 Terrace, Miami
Hull, Homer, Jr. (JA)------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Humphrey, Fred M. (SA)----------------17134 NW 48 Ave., Miami
Hunter, William K., Jr. (NPA)--------------606 NE 1 St., Gainesville
Hunton, Tom R. (MC)-----------------235 Whittier Circle, Orlando


Inwood, Arthur D. (BC) --- 2801 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Room 423,
Fort Lauderdale
Ives, S. Martin (SC) --------------------2000 SW 16 Terrace, Miami


Jackson, Douglas G. (SPA) -------. ---. 3051 Jefferson St., Miami
Jackson, Emory L. (SC)--------------------8340 NE 2 Ave., Miami
Jackson, William K. (JC)---------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Jacobson, Kenneth (PC) ------------------Boyd Bldg., Delray Beach
Jahelka, Robert G. (BC) ------2020 NE 17 Court, Fort Lauderdale
Jannetides, Tom (DC)--------------321 Ribault Ave., Daytona Beach
Jennewein, James (CC)--------------410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Jessen, Richard E. (CC) ----------- 1529 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Johannes, Dana B. (CC) -----------410 S. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater
John, Paul Robin (BC)---------------901 NE 9 St., Pompano Beach
Johnson, Charles N. (CC) ---------1444 Fairhaven Dr., Lakeland
Johnson, Duane Van (PC)---- 1122 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Johnson, Glenn Q. (CC) ---------939 Beach Dr., N. E., St. Petersburg
Johnson, Gordon S. (NC)--------------- 1107 SW 2 Ave., Gainesville
Johnson, Gordon T. (CC) --------------------712 S. Oregon, Tampa
Johnson, Harold W. (MC)----------------P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Johnson, Herbert H. (SC)------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Johnson, Herbert S. (BC)----------------14 Elm St., Concord, Mass.
Johnson, McMillan H. (NC) --- College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Johnson, Richard Keith (NA) --.. 1001 S.W. 16 St., Apt. 19 Gainesville
Johnson, Verner (SC)-----------------------250 NE 18 St., Miami
Johnson, William R. (PC)-----------------Wyeth Bldg., Palm Beach
Jolly, Blanchard E. (CC)-----------2714 9 St. North, St. Petersburg
Jones, B. T., III (CC) -316 W. Central Ave., Room 604, Winter Haven
Jones, Richard M. (CC)---------- 3197 66 Way North, St. Petersburg
Jones, Richard Palmer, Jr. (CC) ----- 2011/2 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Joseph, Stanford R. (BC)-----------2663 Vera Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio
Juhn, William L. (MPA) .----299-A No. Orlando Ave., Cocoa Beach
Junkin, James W., Jr. (SC) --------6819 Barquera Ave., Coral Gables


Kannenberg, Werner F. (GC)-------------- 1544 Dolphin St., Sarasota
.Karig, Richard D. (JPA) -------- 752 Hawthorne Ave., Elmhurst, III.
Keller, C. E. (BC) .---. 900 N. Federal Hwy. #102, Pompano Beach
Kellam, Billy W. (JPA) --------- 2019 Sweetbriar Lane, Jacksonville
Keller, Walter (GC)-------------------------5 Beach Patio, Naples
Kelley, Eoghan N. (MC) ------------------216 Crystal Drive, Sanford
Kelley, Forrest M. (NCC)---- Board of Control, Gaines & Adams St.,
Tallahassee
Kelly, Robert B. (MPA)-------------------513 W. Colonial, Orlando
Kemmerer, Alfred G. (DC)--------- P.O. Box 5595, Daytona Beach
Kemp, James O. (JC)----------------3250 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Kemp, William D. (JC)-----------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Kendrick, James (NWC)-----------P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach
Kerfoot, William H. (GC)------------ 1346 McAnsh Square, Sarasota
Kerley, Charles R. (BC) -----3114 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Kimbrough, Richard A. (CPA)----. 6200 -21 St. South, St. Petersburg
Kincaid, D. Thomas (GC) --.1300 West Way Dr., Lido Shores, Sarasota
Kinney, Harley P. (GC)----------------204 15 St. West, Bradenton
Kinsey, Bertram Y., Jr. (NPA).--- College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Kisko, Ardell A. (PA)---------8-36 Beech Road, West Palm Beach
Klare, Edwin L. (SA)----------------520 NE 110 Terr., North Miami
Klein, Bernard S. (MA)----------------Route 1, Box 828, Longwood
Klekamp, Bernard R. (SC) (E)---------1666 NE 111 St., North Miami
Klements, Walter S. (SC) ---3127 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Klonis, Constantine L. (NPA)----------2130 N.E. 12 Terr., Gainesville
Knight, C. Frasuer (SC) -------------------2971 Coral Way, Miami
Knight, Howard B. (SC) .----. --- 214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables
Korach, Irvin S. (SC)--------------------.721 NW 21 Court, Miami
Koru, Sadi S. (NC)--------------College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville







Kotkin, Sidney L. (SC)-------------------8410 Bird Road, Miami
Kreidt, William C. (SPA)--------------____1150 SW 1 St., Miami
Kroman, M. Louis (SC) (E)-- .. 2288 NE 173 St., North Miami Beach
Kruse, H. Samuel, FAIA (SC)-----.. 1600 N.W. LeJeune Road, Miami
Kuhn, Charles F. (NCC).---------....... P.O. Box 3093, Tallahassee
Kulhavy, Alexander (SC) .------Koeln, Eberplatz 1, Germany, West


Lamp, Vernon D. (SC)-----------------. 1909 N.W. 14 St., Miami
Lane, Ronald L. (PPA)---------------..423 Date Palm, Lake Park
Langley, John B. (MC)-----------------P.O. Box 796, Winter Park
Lapidus, Morris (SC)---- "Meridian 17" Bldg., 1688 Meridian Ave.,
Miami Beach
Larrick, Thomas (NC)--------- College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Larson, Victor A. (BC) --- 3114 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale
Lastra, Aldo P. (CC)---------------- --. 4006 Lemon St., Tampa
Lawrence, C. Eugene (PPA) -- 2013 Ardmore Road, West Palm Beach
Lee, James Donald (SC) --- 2701 So. Bayshore Dr., Suite 302, Miami
Lee, Stuart A. (DA) ------------406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach
Lee, W. Mayberry (JC) --------------_-764 May St., Jacksonville
Leete, David A. (DC)-------------406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach
LeGate, Frank Milton III (JA)-----1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville
Leggett, F. Earl (CC)---------------323 South Boulevard, Tampa
Leitch, Hugh J. (NWC)---------------2925 Navy Blvd., Pensacola
Lendrum, James T. (NC) --------College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Leuthold, Duane W. (JPA) -------------764 May St., Jacksonville
Levin, Richard S. (MPA) --.-----------_504 Delannoy Ave., Cocoa
Levine, Richard M. (SC) ----------1034 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
Levison, Robert H. (C)-----------. 425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Lewis, Howarth L., Jr. (PC) ----. 324 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Lichtman, Herman R. (SC).-------------. 4990 S.W. 83 St., Miami
Lindelow, Craig W. (JA.------ Canlin Corp., 2 Division St., Box 489,
Somerville, N.J.
Lipinsky, Joel (SA)-----------------.. 233 Phoenetia, Coral Gables
Lisle, Forrest F. (CPA)------------1517 Drexel Ave., Winter Haven
Little, Robert M., FAIA (SC)------------2180 Brickell Ave., Miami
Llano, Fair Jerome (SPA) 90------- ---7980 S.W. 97 St., Miami
Lonsdale, Charles K. (SC) ------------ 2801 S.W. 22 Ave., Miami
Look, James Henry (NWC)-----------611 Brent Annex, Pensacola
Looke, Thomas Dudley (CC) --- 3900 15 Lane N.E., St. Petersburg
Lotspeich, Lowell L. (MPA)---------235 Knowles Ave., Winter Park
Lott, M. Winfleld (CC) ----------2707 5 Ave. North, St. Petersburg
Lovelock, Ralph P. (MC)---------------P.O. Box 236, Winter Park
Luger, William F. (NA)----------------1927 N.E. 7 St., Gainesville
Lukens, Bayard C. (BC) (E)------.-----1533 Adams St., Hollywood
Lyell, John M. (SC) ------------------ 3135 S.W. 3 Ave., Miami
Lynch, Geoffrey B. (SC)-------------- 4405 S.W. 64 Court, Miami
Lynskey, James E. (SC)----------------3325 S.W. 97 Court, Miami


MacEwen, Harry A. (CC)---------------- 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa
MacLean, DeWitt Bruen (JPA)- --- 2017 Catlin Drive, Jacksonville
MacNeil, Richard L. (NWC)----------325 S. Palafox St., Pensacola
Madden, Thomas J. Jr., (SC)---------------240 N.E. 17 St., Miami
Manley, Marion I., FAIA (SC) --------------- P.O. Box 587, Miami
Marcet, Enrique Miguel (CC).----------.4004 North Blvd., Tampa
Marchesani, Alfred R. (SC) -----------20600 N.E. 20 Court, Miami
Marion, John B. (PC)-----------230 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Marmorstein, Elmer (SC) --------------10725 S.W. 84 Ave., Miami
Marshall, Sam M. (NWC)------------325 S. Palafox St., Pensacola
Marshall, William H. (JC)---------458 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Masters, Ronald Joseph (JC) ---- 5461 N. River Road, Jacksonville
Mauney, Richard E. (NCC) -------------516 Ward St., Tallahassee
May, John E. (BC) ------- 500 W. Hallandale Bch. Blvd., Hallandale
May, Lester N. (NC)----------------- 606 N.E. 1 St., Gainesville
Maybln, Robert H. (NCC)----------210 E. College Ave., Tallahassee
Maylard, J. Burnham (SC) --------------9801 S.W. 70 Ave., Miami
McAlpine, Charles, Jr. (BC) -Building L, Times Square, Fort Lauderdale
McBryde, James B. (CC) --------2120 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers
McCall, Howard E. (PC)------------211 S.E. 1 Avenue, Boca Raton
McCandless, Jack (CC) -------- 939 Beach Drive, N.E., St. Petersburg
McClung, Joe Louis (CPA) ----. 1215 Drew St., Suite 5-B, Clearwater
McCoy, Charles Everett, Jr. (SC)---------7 Hilton Haven, Key West
McCully, Faunce R., Jr. (JC) -- 1402 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville
McDaniel, John L. (MA) ------------- 1253 Emeralda Road, Orlando
McDonald, James A. (JC) -- 1569 River Hills Circle West, Jacksonville
McDonald, John Randal (CC) --. King's Alley, Christiansted, St. Croix,
U.S. Virgin Islands
McEIvy, George R. (CC)-------------410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Mclntosh, Donald E. (CC) --...---------205 W. Brorein St., Tampa
Mclntyre, Byron (JPA)---------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
McKenna, Dorothy (SC)------------P.O. Box 407, Coconut Grove
McKinley, Paul A. (PC)----------301 N. Federal Hwy, Boca Raton
McLane, E. Frank (CC) ---------------205 W. Brorein St., Tampa
McRae, Angus Andre (NC) -------903 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala


Mead, Arthur (GA)----------------205 Walcaid Bldg., Bradenton
Meehan, James A., Jr. (JC)------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Melody, Walter H. (CC -----1002 S. Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater
Melton, Howard Ivey, Jr. (SA)-----521 Santander Ave., Coral Gables
Melvin, James T. (MA) --....-------2353 Pineapple Ave., Eau Gallie
Merriam, William H. (SC)------------ 401 Coral Way, Coral Gables
Merritt, Harry C., Jr. (NC)---------University of Florida, Gainesville
Merryday, Harry, Jr. (DA)--------265 Hartford Ave., Daytona Beach
Merwin, Lester N. (CPA)----------112 Rutland Bllg., St. Petersburg
Messineo, Joseph H. (CC)----------4 Sixth St. South, St. Petersburg
Meyer, Joel (SPA)----------------------203 S.W. 13 St., Miami
Mikuta, Rudolf (SC)------------135 N. 5 St., Alhambra, California
Milkton, Alexander G. (SC) (E)------------5784 S.W. 31 St., Miami
Miller, Kenneth R. (SPA)- .- 3139 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove
Minardi, Russell J. (CC)-----------------1902 Hesperides, Tampa
Miskiel, Richard A. (SC)-----------------8410 Bird Road, Miami
Mitchell, James L. (DC)----------1211 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand
Mixon, Andrew L. (PA) .--.2428 Chickamauga Ave., West Palm Beach
Moberg, Claus R. (BC) ----------------1928 Tyler St., Hollywood
Moe, Ralph S., Jr. (PC)-----------1112 N. Dixie Hwy., Lake Worth
Moeller, Donald H. (BC)---------------. 1823 Mayo St., Hollywood
Monaco, Gene C. (BC) ----. 4005 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale
Moore, Alvin R. (SC) (E)---------------1504 18 Terr., Key West
Moore, Irving T. (GPA) ----------------1625 Hanson St., Sarasota
Moore, Jack (NC) ---...-----.--------606 N.E. 1 St., Gainesville
Morgan, Don R. (JPA)----------------- Box 57, Keystone Heights
Morgan, William N. (JC) .------1.1611 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach
Morris, Frank H., Jr. (CC)---------- 1416 Lynn Ave., Clearwater
Morris, Richard W. (GC)--------------708 -5 Ave. South, Naples
Morrison, William S. (NWC) ---------- 611 Brent Annex, Pensacola
Mudano, Frank Robert (CC)------------1701 Drew St., Clearwater
Murphree, Hoyt Jr. (MA)-------------P.O. Box 6, Rockland, Texas
Murphy, Robert B. (MC)-------------1210 Edgewater Dr., Orlando
Murphy, William C. (SA)---------------8405 S.W. 108 St., Miami
Myers, Wayne P. (MC)---------500 Hamilton Circle, Merritt Island


Neill, Sidney K. (PC)_P.O. Box 1063, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas
Nelms, Clack C., Jr. (SC)--------------- 550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Nelson, John P., Jr., (JA)----- 2535 Patsy Anne Drive, Jacksonville
Newstead, Robert (PC)---------------531 N. Palmway, Lake Worth
Nichols, Henry L., Jr. (NWC)------P.O. Box 189, Fort Walton Beach
Nick, Donald E. (GC)-------------- 820- 22 Ave. South, Naples
Noblin, Carlton (NWC) ------------- 401 N. Baylen St., Pensacola
Norlin, Ernest C. (SA) .--------------- 316 N.W. 100 Terr., Miami
Notowitz, Bart (SA)-----------2901 North Bay Road, Miami Beach
Nots, Ernest H. (DC)--------------- 104 Van Ave., Daytona Beach


Obst, Emily V. (PC) ---------------.214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Obst, Harold (PC)---------------214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Odom, Harold (NCPA)-----------------P.O. Box 837, Port St. Joe
Ogren, Samuel, Jr. (PC).-----------. 1117 Lake Drive, Defray Beach
Oliva, Angel, Jr. (CC)---------------2401 Riverside Drive, Tampa
Oppenheimer, Otto H. (SC) 4563 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Ostrander, Richard J. (MC) ----------- 413 Jamison Drive, Apopka
Owens, Welmer G., Jr. (SC)----------- 19006 N.W. 10 Ave., Miami
Owles, Fred G., Jr. (MC)---------------1810 W. Colonial, Orlando


Pace, Rocco W. (SPA) ------------300 Sunrise Dr., Key Biscayne
Pachner, Edmond A. (PC) --------Labor Attache, c/o U.S. Embassy,
Rio De Janerio, Brazil, South America
Padgett, James C. (GC)----------------- 2051 Main St., Sarasota
Paluga, Joseph H. (PA)-----------1428 West Montgomery, Lantana
Pancani, Azeglio, Jr. (SC)--- 1107 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Pancoast, Lester C. (SC) -------------- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Paneoast, Russell T., FAIA (SC)--------- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Pappas, Ted P. (JC)-------------4833 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville
Parish, Archie G., FAIA (CC) ----112 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg
Parish, Donald G. (CPA)------ 895 19 Avenue South, St. Petersburg
Parish, H. Maxwell (SC) -- ---------7101 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Parker, Alfred B., FAIA (SC)----------2921 S.W. 27 Avenue, Miami
Parker, Chester A. (NWC)-------------Box 702, Panama City, Fla.
Parker, Wiley Moore (GC)---------2120 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers
Parks, W. John III (JPA)--------------325 Main St., Jacksonville
Parmelee, Dean (SC) ----------------1222 Ingraham Bldg., Miami
Parrish, John David (CC)------- 939 Beach Dr. N.E., St. Petersburg
Patterson, Frank P., Jr. (CC)-------- 1501 / So. Dale Mabry, Tampa
Pattillo, Charles E. III (JC)---------206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville
Peacock, R. Carroll (PC)--- ------324 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Pearlman, Philip (SC) ---. --- 1190 N.E. 163 St., North Miami Beach
Pearson, Ricrard W., Jr. (JPA) --- 5233 Vassar Road, Jacksonville
Peek, Gouveneur M. (DC) ----------------. 930 N. Florida, DeLand
Pelham, Devon D. (NWA)--------P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach
Penney, Harry E. (SC)------------------.6075 Sunset Road, Miami
Perer, Sara (MA) -----------------------808 Hillcrest, Orlando

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Perrin, Arthur (SPA)---------------- 5765 S.W. 9 Terr., Miami
Peterson, James B. (DA)----------517 Land o' Lakes Court, DeLand
Phillips, Joseph E., Jr. (BC) ....---- 3050 N. Federal Hwy., Room 6,
Fort Lauderdale
Pierce, Robert M. (MA).....---------- P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Piercy, John E. (GC)----------------- P.O. Box 237, Winter Park
Pinard, F. Ted (GPA) -------------3400 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Pinsker, J. Marcus (SC) ----------1190 N.E. 125 St., North Miami
Pitt, Gerard (SC) .__-- ------------ 4375 Ingraham Hwy., Miami
Plockelman, Raymond H. (PC) ..---. 230 S. County Rd., Palm Beach
Plumb, William P. (BC)-------- 3021 N.E. 32 Ave., Fort Laudeldale
Polevitzky, Igor B., FAIA (SC)------------250 N.E. 18 St., Miami
Polk, George M. (BC)----------4441 NE 17 Terr., Fort Lauderdale
Pollack, Richard S. (SPA) ....--740 N.E. 178 Terr., North Miami Beach
Pooley, Roy M., Jr. (JC)------------- 809 Bert Road, Jacksonville
Pope, Henry V. (PC) --------------__1210 N.E. 8 St., Delray Beach
Potter, David W. (NCC)--....Lively Technical School, West Park Ave.,
Tallahassee
Poulos, Theodore C. (JC) .------237 W. Forsythe St., Jacksonville
Powell, Harry C. (JC) --- Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Powell, Jefferson N. (PC)---------- 361 S. County Rd., Palm Beach
Pownall, James K. (BC)-_2170 S.E. 17 St. Causeway, Fort Lauderdale
Poyner, Saxon (NCA) --....Dept. of Education, Knott Bldg., Tallahassee
Poynter, Raymond L., Jr. (MC) --------P.O. Drawer K, Cocoa Beach
Prack, Arthur E. (BC) (E)---- 910 N.E. 27 Ave., Pompano Beach
Price, Beryl, FAIA (BC) ----------121 S. 19 St., Philadelphia, Pa.
Price, James Frank (JPA) ----- 1840 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville
Price, Theodore F. (SC) (E) ------- 835 S.W. 27 Ave., Miami
Price, Willian (MA)--------------- 419 E. Maine St., Longwood
Priede-Rodriguez, J. (CC) -------------507A Florida Ave., Tampa
Prince, Frank R. (CA)- --- 5445 Mariner Drive, Suite 203, Tampa
Pryor, Richard E. (PC) --------------- P.O. Box 445, Stuart
Puckett, John Donald (NPA) ----------1906 N.W. 9 St., Gainesville


QuennevUlle, Earl A. (CC)--------------4403 Burke Ave., Tampa
Quigley, Jack (SC) --------------- 975 N.E. 132 St., North Miami


Ramirex, Jeorge L (CA) --------------205 W. Brorein St., Tampa
Ramos, Lemuel (SC) ---------2103 LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables
Ranon, John F. (CC) ------_------------- 2912 10 St., Tampa
Raymond, Alexander P. (CA) ------.11823 102 St. North, Largo
Raymond, Walter (NC) --- College of Architecture and Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Redden, John S. (BC)---------------5600 S.W. 5 St., Plantation
Reed, Frederick N., Jr. (JC).6097 Robblns Circle South, Jacksonville
Reed, George F. (SC)..-------. 3680 Avocado Ave., Coconut Grove
Reeves, Edward S. (GC) _-----------473 3 St. South, Naples
Reeves, F. Blair (NC) ...---College of Architecture and Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Reid, Hal Thomas (NC) .....-----.... 212 So. East Street, Ocala
Reiff, Don (SC) -------- 1854 N.E. 164 St., North Miami Beach
Reilly, Richard C. (BC)---.. 2504 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale
Reiner, Paul L. (SC) _----. .--------- 1000 N.W. 28 Ave., Miami
Rempe, Edward T. (SC---....1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Renfroe, Bruce A., Jr. (CC) ---------..215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Renner, Jon A., Jr. (SC)-----------------7300 S.W. 36 St., Miami
Rentseher, Joseph G. (SC) .------ 462 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables
Ricclo, Henry A. (SC) -----------1400 N.E. 125 St., North Miami
Richardson, Robert W. (PC) ------ Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach
Richter, Charles E. (SC)------------ 1431 E. 4 Ave., Hialeah
Ricks, Roy L (NWC)----------P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach
Rider, Donald C. (SC) ---------10700 Caribbean Blvd., Miami
Rise, Walter B. (NCPA)--..---------1416 Hilltop Dr., Tallahassee
Rittenhouse, Walter F. (CC) (E) -Trailer Estates, Box 5026, Bradenton
Robarts, E Jason (CPA) ---------- 7711 Silver Oak Lane, Tampa
Robbins, Fred E. (SC)--- -------1102 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Robbins, R. James (CC) ------ ------305 Morgan St., Tampa
Roberts, F. Stewart (JC) .. Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Roberts, Henry L. (CC) ..------------ 115 Magnolia Ave., Tampa
Robinson, James W., Jr. (PC) --. 1701 N. Federal Hwy., Lake Worth
Robison, David V. (PC) --- .----------1837 20 St., Vero Beach
Robison, Ronald W. (SC)_ ..--------- 4241 S.W. 62 Court, Miami
Robson, Norman (PC) --.-2025 Okeechobee Rd., West Palm Beach
Rogers, James Gamble II (MC) --------P.O. Box 236, Winter Park
Rogers, Richard Boone (MC) ----------- 511 N. Mills St., Orlando
Roll, Robert E. (PC)------.. 461 E. Palmetto Park Rd., Boca Raton
Romano, Joseph T. (BC) --- 2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Rose, Byron S. (SA)------------------5751 S.W. 15 St., Miami
Rose, Richard A. (SPA)------..........1545 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Rosmarin, Herbert P. (PC) -----------------P.O. Box 445, Stuart
Rowe, Harold D. (CC)---------------P.O. Box 18321, Tampa
Rowell, Donald (SC)--------- 4130 Braganza Ave., Coconut Grove
Rude, Arthur H. (BC) _.--- 2300 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Suite 207,
Fort Lauderdale
Russell, Herbert D. (SA)-_P. O. Box 1163, G.P.O. #1, Brooklyn, N. Y.

MARCH, 1966


Russell, T. Trip (SC)--------P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Sta., Miami
Russell, William A. (SA)---- P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Sta., Miami
Russello, Joseph C. (CPA) .---------4 603 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa



Salman, Gerardo (SC) ---------------- 8331 S.W. 14 St., Miami
Sampson, James P. (SC)-------------9410 S.W. 60 Terr., Miami
Sanford, Carol (BC)--------------P.O. Box 1177, Pompano Beach
SanGlovanni, Richard L. (PA) ---.--- 461 W. 34 St., Riviera Beach
Savage, Herbert R. (SC)--------- 3250 S.W. 3 Ave., Miami
Savage, Logan C. (JC) -------- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Sayers, Joel W., Jr. (DC) -------200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach
Scarfone, Letterio S. (CC) -------------710 S. Newport Ave., Tampa
Schilling, Jerome (SC) -----------.- 1270 N.E. 102 St., Miami
Schmidt, Frank G., Jr. (NC) --- 815 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala
Schneider, Louis F. (GC)----------5315 14 St. West, Bradenton
Schneider, Reuben S. (SC)---------- 1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah
Schielder, Roy J. (SC) (E) -----_- 1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah
Schultz, Melvin Frederick (CC)----------204 Dicus-Owens Bldg.,
Main & Broadway, Dunedin
Schultz, Walter B. (JC) ----------- P. 0. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Schwab, Ronald D. (PPA) ------- 724 Evergreen Drive, Lake Park
Schweizer, Nils M. (MC) .--- 206 Park Ave., South, Winter Park
Scovlle, David B. (PC)-----------225 Fern St., West Palm Beach
Seibert, Edward J. (GC) ------------231 S. Palm Avenue, Sarasota
Sellew, Roland W. (GC) ----------------P.O. Box 2091, Sarasota
Seizer, Gerhard A. (PC) --------.1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
Setliff, Wallace Wade (CC) .------- 215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland
Severud, Gordon (SC) ------------------ 2971 Coral Way, Miami
Seymour, Edward B. (JA)----1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Shaeffer, Ronald E. (NA) -- College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Shaw, Robert L. (GC) -- ----- 3232 South Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Sheehy, Frank (MC)----------- 206 Park Ave. South, Winter Park
Sheenum, Robert (GA) ---------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Shelley, James (JPA)---------987 Townsend Blvd., Jacksonville
Shepard, Herschel E., Jr. (JC)--- 2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Sheppard, Newton W. (NCA)----------313 W. 7 Ave., Tallahassee
Sherman, M. Tony (MC) ---- 2825 So. Washington Ave., Titusville
Shifalo, Joseph M. (MC)---------110 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Shivers, Claude M. (MPA)--------2838 Lionheart Road, Winter Park
Shoup, John T., Jr. (PC) --------301 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton
Shriver, David S. (PC) ----- 340 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Shuey, Donald Wayne (GA) --------5315 14 St., Bradenton
Shuflin, Frank H. (SC)----------------- 8760 N.E. 2 Ave., Miami
Shumer, Frank D. (JPA) -------- Rt. 6, Box 279A, Jacksonville
Simberg, A. J. (SC) (E)-----------------3415 S.W. 3 St., Miami
Simmons, Jerry P. (SC) ------------1777 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Simon, Roy M. (PC)----------------94 N.E. 5 Ave., Delray Beach
Simonhoff, Michael (SC)-----------------5250 S.W. 84 St., Miami
Simonson, Byron F. (PC)------------233 Phipps Plaza, Palm Beach
Simpson, William D. (NWA)-------------- P.O. Box 928, Pensacola
Sims, Wythe Davis, I (MC) -------1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park
Sindelar, Frank J. (NWC) --------------P.O.Box 2158, Pensacola
Singer, Donald I. (BC) -----------1301 S.E. 2 Court, Fort Lauderdale
Six, Norman F. (CC)----------------- 214 E. Davis Blvd., Tampa
Sizemore, James A. (JA)-----------------Drawer B, Jacksonville
Skeels, Norman A. (SC)--------------2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Skrip, Richard J. (SC)-------------------2973 Coral Way, Miami
Smith, Albert L. (JC)------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Smith, Allen H. (JPA)----------------P.O. Box 4840, Jacksonville
Smith, Donald G. (SC) -----------------721 N.W. 21 Court, Miami
Smith, Eugene R. (CC)-----------10301 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa
Smith, Frank F., Jr. (GC) ---------------- 1301 Main St., Sarasota
Smith, Hilliard T., Jr. (PC) ----- 1123 Crestwood Blvd., Lake Worth
Smith, Ivan H. (JC)----------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Smith, J. Bruce (CC) -----------527 N. Dartmoor St., St. Petersburg
Smith, John V. (JA) --------------1782 Mayfair Road, Jacksonville
Smith, Walter K., Jr. (DC)----------P.O. Box 1855, Ormond Beach
Smith, Warren H. (CC)--------------2725 Oakland Ave., Lakeland
Snead, Edwin M. (DC)-----------414 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach
Snead, J. Douglas, Jr. (JC)------------ 1805 Olevia St., Jacksonville
Snyder, Wahl J., II, FAIA (SC) ---------1177 N.E. 79 St., Miami
Spenee, Roy W., Jr. (SC)--------------10520 S.W. 125 St., Miami
Spence, Samuel B., Jr. (SPA)-----------711 N.W. 187 Drive, Miami
Spills, Peter (SA)------------------2575 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami
Spina, Kenardon M. (PC)---2028 Worthington Ave., West Palm Beach
Sproul, C. Cranford (BC).-----. 2329 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Stagg, Richard T. (MC)--------------P.O. Box 1151, Cocoa Beach
Stanton, Walter J. (CC)--------------P.O. Box 97, Rt. #1, Odessa
Starnes, Earl M. (SC)-------------- 462 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables
Start, Cedric (BC)-------------------- 1823 Mayo St., Hollywood
Steele, Ben (GPA)---------------3400 So. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
Stefany, John Edgar (CC)-----------410 Marine Bank Bldg., Tampa
Stelger, Martin G. (SA)----------5880 S.W. 63 Court, South Miami
Stephens, Willis L. (JC) -------- 594 S. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville






Stare, Donald R. (CPA)------------- 1407 Overlea St., Clearwater
Stetson, Frank K., Jr. (PA)-------- 342 Hunter St., West Palm Beach
Stetson, John, FAIA (PC)---------- 249 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach
Stevens, John Pierce (JC)---------5959 Arlington Road, Jacksonville
Steward, Harold (SC)------------ 1102 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
Stewart, Courtney (BC)---------1140 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale
Stewart, James B. (CC)---------------3315 S. San Miguel, Tampa
Stickle, George W. (JC) -- --------P.O. Box 1706, St. Augustine
Stidolph, Ernest J. (NCC) ---- -------Avant Bldg., Tallahassee
Stiggins, Hill (MC)----------------------729 N. Thornton, Orlando
Stoehr, Martin G. (CA) -----------.-- 410 S. Lincoln, Clearwater
Stokes, James R. (NWA) -----.---P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach
Storrs, George D., Jr. (BC)---- 2701 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
Strahle, Rolf (SA)---------------Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Strasser, Karlvon (NWA)-------------------P.O. Box 46, Pensacola
Straughn, A. Ernest (CC)-------------------- P.O. Box 48, Lakeland
Stripling, James A. (MCC) -----------1006 East 7 Ave., Tallahassee
Succop, Wray G. (SC) ---- 1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Sullan, Robert B. (BC) ----- 2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach
Sullivan, James Barker (CC) --------------205 Redwood Ave., Tampa
Sullivan, John B. (DA)-------3333 S. Peninsula Drive, Daytona Beach
Sutton, James M. (JC)----------504 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Swain, Joseph D. (SC)--...--------3625 Solana Road, Coconut Grove
Swartburg, Robert B. (SC)------------4014 Chase Ave., Miami Beach
Swedroe, Robert M. (SC)----------- 3700 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach
Sweet, John E. (SC) -- --------------9251 S.W. 59 St., Miami


Tabb, Creighton, Jr. (MPA) --------------1029 Alba Drive, Orlando
Tanner, John R. (SC) (E) -----4460 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach
Taylor, Rhoderic F. (MC)-------------- Route 2, Box 69, Melbourne
Taylor, Walter Q. (JPA)----- --__1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville
Taylor, William C. (PC) --------------1020 Miracle Mile, Vero Beach
Telesca, Francis E. (SC) ---------------- 1393 S.W. 1 St., Miami
Thomas, Edward Lee (MC)-----------1401 Edgewater Drive, Orlando
Thompson, Donald E. (MPA) ----------------P.O. Box 458, Titusville
Thompson, Gene (CC) ---------- 800- I St. North, Winter Haven
Thorn, Craig B. (NC)L-_Lightner Museum Bldg., Suite 4, St. Augustine
Thornton, Maurice E. (BC) ----- 4800 N.E. 15 Way, Fort Lauderdale
Thorsen, H. S., Jr. (JPA) ---Florida National Bank Bldg., Jacksonville
Tirsbier, W. C. (PA)---------------430 S.W. 5 Ave., Boynton Beach
Todd, Robert E. (BC) ---------------1260 N.E. 2 St., Pompano Beach
Torbert, Cornell E. (JC)------------ 1000 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Torres, Frank E. (SC)---------------9630 S.W. 164 St., South Miami
Toth, Charles E. (PC)-----------1219 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Tracy, William G. (GC) -------------------445 8 St. South, Naples
Treister, Kenneth (SC) --------------------655 N.W. 60 St., Miami
Trimm, Henry 0. (SC)-----------------------101 S.E. 7 St., Miami
Tripp, John A. (SC)-----------------------2973 Coral Way, Miami
Trouchaud, J. P. (GC)----------------- 3710 Bayou Louise, Sarasota
Tschumy, William E. (SC)------- ---2346 Douglas Road, Coral Gables
Tucker, Cyril T. (GC) ----------------------329 Miami Ave., Venice
Tucker, Robert H. (NC) .1------ 5923 Stoepel, Detroit, Mich.
Tuttle, George A., Jr. (MC) .-----. -1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park
Twitchell, Ralph S. (GC) ...------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Twitchell, Tollyn J. (GC) ----------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Twitty, Paul M. (PA) -.-------. 1017 Omar Road, West Palm Beach
Tye, F. Wade (DC)---------------1211/2 N. Woodland Blvd., DeLand


Unkefer, Earl C. (MPA) ---------------1508 Highland Road, Orlando
Upthegrove, William R. (PC)-------238 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Urbanus, Dan (JPA) ------------------..P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville


Van Dusen, Fred C. (JC)------------5676 Colcord Ave., Jacksonville
Vann, Charles H. (SC) .- 1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables
Vann, Loyd F. (SC)---------------------101 N.W. 12 Ave., Miami
Vaughn, William T. (BC)-------909 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
Veenstra, Richarl J. (JC) ---------430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville
Velenti, Frank S. (CC) ---------------------600 Madison, Tampa
Vensel, James E. (SC) ---------------------2818 S.W. 22 St., Miami
Ventriere, Dante (SA) --------------------3---85 E. 56 St., Hialeah
Virrick, Vladimir E. (SC) -------------------5400 S.W. 92 St., Miami
Vislay, Joseph R. (NA) -------------310 Spring Ave., Greensburg, Pa.
Vlzza, Donald R. (SPA)-------------------7521 S.W. 58 St., Miami
Vogler, Richard C. (CPA) ---------497 66 Ave. South, St. Petersburg
Volk, Frank W., Jr.--------------- 15656 First St. East, St. Petersburg


Volk, John L. (PC)-------------------206 Plaza Circle, Palm Beach
Vollmer, Carl A. (GC) (E)---------------2032 Hillview St., Sarasota
Vollmar, Peter J. (CPA) ---3.000 58 Avenue North, St. Petersburg
Votaw, George J. (PC)------ 210 Okeechobee Rd., West Palm Beach


Waddey, George (BC) ----233-A Commercial Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
Wagner, Ira Blount (CC)---------843 -60 Ave. South, St. Petersburg
Wakeling, Roy (CC)-----------------425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater
Wald, Charles Brandon (MC)----------------P.O. Box 7774, Orlando
Walker, Berry J. (NC)----------------------210 Todd Bldg., Ocala
Walker, Edward H., Jr. (CC)------614-59 St. South, St. Petersbrug
Walker, Freeman L. (SC)------------------950 S.W. 22 Road, Miami
Walker, H. Leslie (CC)---------------------P.O. Box 18321, Tampa
Walker, Sidney M. (SPA) ----------311 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Walton, Francis R. (DC)----211 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach
Warinner, William E. (GA)--------------125 Big Pass Lane, Sarasota
Warner, Robert A. (JC) ----------------917 Gilmore St., Jacksonville
Warriner, Clifford H. (MC) ---1116 Park Avenue South, Winter Park
Washer, Norman E. (JPA)---------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville
Watson, Forrest Edward, Jr. (CC) ---- Box 923, Route 2, Clearwater
Watson, Frank E., FAIA (SC) -----1600 N.W. LeJeune Road, Miami
Watson, John T. (MC)---------------------P.O. Box 8006, Orlando
Watson, Robert E. (SPA)------------ 99 N.E. 118 St., North Miami
Weakley, Raymond (SC) (E)---------- 3280 S.W. 17 Ave., Miami
Webb, D. Neil (NPA)-- .----Building E, Univ. of Florida, Gainesville
Webb, Dorothy G. (PA)------Kip's Bay Plaza #3-G, 343 E. 30 St.,
New York, N.Y.
Webb, Robert I., Jr. (MC)------------------P.O. Box 967, Maitland
Webber, William J. (CC)-------------------P.O. Box 18463, Tampa
Weber, William F. (SC)------------------9844 Sterling Drive, Miami
Wedding, Charles R. (CC) ---- 2901 58 Ave. North, St. Petersburg
Weed, Robert Law (SC)-------------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami
Weeks, Roger G. (NWC) --------------425 E. Gregory St., Pensacola
Weldemeyer, William (SC) (E) --- 118 Antiquera Ave., Coral Gables
Weintraub, Maurice S. (SC)----------235 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Welser, Arthur (GC) (E) ---------------225 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota
Wells, Cora Lea (JC) --------------105 St. George St., St. Augustine
West, Jack (GC)--------------------------P.O. Box 1539, Sarasota
West, Robert Canney (SC)------ 1550 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables
White, Frank W. (CC)----------------10101 Forest Hills Dr., Tampa
White, John W. (CC) ----------------617 Lamar Ave., Brooksville
Whitworth, Henry P. (MC) (E)--------P.O. Box 685, Winter Park
Wielage, Robert C. (CC)---------------725 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa
Wiesman, George C. (BC)------------1520 S.E. 3 St., Pompano Beach
Wilkinson, Sidney R. (GC) -- 3011 Manatee Ave. West, Bradenton
Williams, Charles F. (MC)---------110 East Morse Blvd., Winter Park
Williams, Donald S. (CC) ----------------1931 Rippon St., Clearwater
Williams, Joseph N. (MC) -------------1375 Cypress Ave., Eau Gallie
Willingham, R. Alva, Jr. (CA) .------- 3910 San Obispo, Tampa
Willis, Lynwood G. (JC)---------------430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville
Willson, Jack, Jr. (PC) -- -------Phipps Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach
Wilson, Albert K. (CC) (E)------------------P.O. Box 476, Dunedin
Wilson, Mark Leonard (MC) --------------P.O. Box 302, Winter Park
Wise, Robert C. (JPA) --------------1943 Rayben Drive, Jacksonville
Wohlberg, J. Arthur (CC) -----------------P.O. Box 18405, Tampa
Wolff, Louis (BC) -----------------2457 N.E. 50 St., Ft. Lauderdale
Wolfman, Ernest (MC)----------------P.O. Box 1134, Merritt Island
Woodard, Albert P. (NCC)---------------P.O. Box 3091, Tallahassee
Woodward, Robert L. (NCPA) -------P.O. Box 3457 M.S.S., Tallahassee
Woolverton, Robert D. (JPA) ------ 2014 Arcadia Place, Jacksonville
Wortman, Edgar S. (PC) -------------- 1122 North Dixie, Lake Worth
Wright, Carson Bennett (SC)------------ 18690 Belmont Drive, Miami
Wright, Clifford W. (MC)-------1460 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park
Wright, Murray B. (SC)---------4702 So. LeJeune Road, Coral Gables
Wuertz, Warren C. (SC) ----- 1130 N.E. 201 Terr., North Miami Beach
Wyeth, Marion Simms, FAIA (PC) (E) ----- Wyeth Bldg., Palm Beach


Yaros, Eugene (SC)---------------------5920 S.W. 44 Terr., Miami
Young, Canning K. M. (NA) -- College of Architecture & Fine Arts,
Univ. of Florida, Gainesville


Zachar, Stefan H. (SC)-----------924 Lincoln Rd. Mall, Miami Beach
Zelones, Paul Gerard (MC)------------412 MacArthur Drive, Orlando
Zeller, Emilio, III (JPA)-----------1000 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville
Zimmer, Jack W. (BC)------------ 1801 N.E. 14 St., Fort Lauderdale
Zimmerman, William W. (GC)--------- 283 Broad Ave. South, Naples


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Chattahoochee, Town of Chattahoochee
Chipley, City of Chipley
Clearwater, City of Clearwater
Clermont, Lake Apopka Natural Gas District
Cocoa, City Gas Co.
Coral Gables, 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 as 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, United Gas Co.
Sanford, Florida Public Utilities Co.
Sarasota, Southern Gas and Electric Corp.
Starke, City of Starke
Tallahassee, City of Tallahassee
Tampa, Peoples Gas System
Tavares, Florida Gas Co.
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.


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


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


CALENDAR


March 4
FAAIA Convention Committee
meeting-550 Brickell Avenue,
Miami, Florida.

April 2
Council of Commissions meeting
-Jacksonville, Fla.

April 19 22
Florida Industries Exposition-
Orlando, Florida.

April 22
Design Concept Seminar-Spon-
sored by Mid-Florida Chapter of
the AIA and FAAIA-Robert
Meyer Motor Inn-9:30 A.M.

April 23
FAAIA Board of Directors meet-
ing Robert Meyer Motor Inn,
Orlando, Fla.

May 21
Council of Commissions meeting
-Tampa, Fla.

June 4
FAAIA Board of Directors meet-
ing Sarasota, Fla.

June 28 -July 1
AIA National Convention-Den-
ver, Colorado.

July 30
Council of Commissions meeting
-Miami, Florida.

August 13
FAAIA Board of Directors meet-
ing-Tallahassee, Fla.

October 5 8
52nd Annual Convention, Florida
Association of the American In-
stitute of Architects Deauville
Hotel, Miami Beach, Fla.


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nursing homes, medical centers or dormitories; more class-
rooms for schools.
Every building has the common denominators of lighting, heat-
ing, and air conditioning. It is in these critical areas that the
advantages of all-electric construction are realized. By integrat-
ing lighting, heating, cooling and ventilating into a combined
electrical space conditioning system, each component is utilized
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Reprinted from The New York Times, Nov. 23, 1965


School Board Bureau of Design

Costlier Than Private Architects

By GENE CURRIVAN

The Board of Education has found that its own Bureau of Design charges
63 per cent more to design school projects than private architects would.
The board said yesterday that as a result it might eventually abolish the
Bureau of Design, which now handles about one-third of the school board's
work.
The announcement of the proposed change was made by Dr. Bernard E.
Donovan, Superintendent of Schools, who said it was part of his continuing
search for more efficient and economical operation. The phasing out process
cannot be completed until present state legislation is amended. The law requires
that large school boards have their own departments of design.
The board's decision was based on findings of a study initiated in 1961 by
the system's Office of School Buildings and the Bureau of Audit.
It showed that direct labor costs of the Bureau of Design for 22 buildings,
modernizations, conversions and additions completed between January, 1962,
and October, 1965, were 63.07 per cent higher than the cost of design by private
architects.
The direct costs, Dr. Donovan noted, were S2,625,353, or S1,015,405, more
than the estimated fees of private architects based on the approved fee curve
for the city.
In addition to the direct costs for the projects, the study included indirect
costs of $1,179,993. These included rent, light and supplies for personnel other
than those in actual design work.
Bureau to Be Limited
Eugene E. Hult, Superintendent of the Office of School Buildings, which
includes the Bureau of Design, was asked by Dr. Donovan to prepare a plan
whereby future new school construction would be handled only by private archi-
tects.
The bureau would continue with modernization, conversions and additions
until such time as it could be abolished if the present law mandating the bureau
could be amended.
The more than 200 architects and engineers, most of whom have Civil
Service status, would be transferred to other bureaus if Dr. Donovan's phasing
out process is carried through.
Mr. Ilult, who was appointed in 1962 after 17 years as a consultant on
building for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, was commended
by Dr. Donovan for the progress in the school construction program since he
joined the system.
Mr. Ihult, who had high praise for the board's architect's, such as "fine job
-trustworthy high caliber," held that the board was in no position to com-
pete with private industry.
IHe noted that the salaries paid by the Bureau of Design exceeded S2 million
annually.
Cites Loss of Time
"The high operating costs have been evident for several years and we have
been trying through reorganization and better balance to reduce them," Mr.
Hult said. "Remember that when a comparison is made with private industry
we have long summer vacations, six-hour days and five-day weeks, not to men-
tion 17 days of sick leave available and many holidays. This kind of thing is
costly in the long run. We lose a lot of production time."
As for the disparity of architects' fees in two Quccns schools (P.S. 17 and
P.S. 40), Mr. Hult said he had no immediate answer "but we arc looking into
it."
Pubile School 40 at 109-20 Union Iall Street, Jamaica, was modernized at
a cost of $539,586 for construction. The board's architect fees were $117,124,
while the estimated private fee was $39,590, a difference of $77,534.


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The Ceco Corporation
10-11


Dunan Brick Co.
inside back cover

Florida Gas Transmission Co.
42-43

Florida Industries Exposition
41

Florida Investor-Owned
Electric Utilities
16-17

Florida Municipal Utilities
Association
45

Florida Natural Gas Association
39

Georgia-Pacific Corporation
21-22

Houdaille-Duval-Wright Co.,
Division of Houdaille Industries, Inc.
42

J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corp.
of Florida
40

Merry Brothers Brick & Tile Co.


Muzak Corporation
20

Office of Civil Defense,
State of Florida
40

Richard Plumer Business Interiors
13

Prescolite Manufacturing Corp.
41

Shelton, Ullmann, Smith
& Streitch, Inc.
41

Southern Bell Telephone
& Telegraph Co.
4

Stresscon International, Inc.
inside front cover

Trinity White-
General Portland Cement Co.
2

F. Graham Williams Co.
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66Tlhe onl\ result of trying to
judge architecture as you would a
school palpcr- A for that
building, B for that one, etc. is to
spoil the pleasure architecture gives.


It is a risky business. It is
quite impossible to set up absolute rules
and criteria for evaluating architecture
because cecry worthwhile building -like
all works of art- has its own standard.


FROM
EXPERIENCING
ARCHITECTURE

by Steen Eiler Rasmussen


If we contemplate it in a carping
spirit, witif a know-it-all attitude, it will
shut itself up and have nothing to say to
us. But if wc are open to impressions
and syinpathetically inclined, it will open
up and reveal its true essence.
It is possible to get as much pleasure from architecture as
the nature lover does from plants. lie cannot say whether lie
prefers the desert cactus or the swamp lily. Each of
them may bc absolutely right in its own locality and
own clime. IIc loves all growing things, familiarize
himself with their special attributes and theirfore knows
whether or not lie has before hini a harmoniously
developed example or a stunted growth of that particular
variety. In the same way we should experience architecture.1







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