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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
Creation Date: February 1968
Frequency: quarterly
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Subjects / Keywords: 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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Preceded by: Bulletin (Florida Association of Architects)
Succeeded by: Florida/Caribbean architect

Table of Contents
    Copyright
        Copyright
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Advertising
        Page 3
        Page 4
    H. Samuel Kruse FAIA
        Page 5
    Newsnotes
        Page 6
    The architect--his value
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    1968 membership roster
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
    Office building
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
    George Smathers plaza
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
    Architecture graduates
        Page 34
    FAAIA membership roster (continued)
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
    Continuing education of the architect
        Page 46
        Page 47
    Profit planning for the architect
        Page 48
    You're on stage
        Page 49
    Advertisers' index
        Page 50
    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
        Back Cover 2
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THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE FLORIDA ASSOCIATION
OF THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS

VOLUME
18

NUMBER
2

FEBRUARY
1968

OFFICERS
Herbert Rosser Savage, President
P. O. Box 280, Miami, Fla. 33145
H. Leslie Walker, Vice President/President Designate
706 Franklin St., Suite 1218, Tampa, Fla. 33602
Harry E. Bums, Jr., Secretary
1113 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. 32207
Myrl J. Hanes, Treasurer
P. O. Box 609, Gainesville, Fla. 32601
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Broward County e Paul Robin John / Robert E. Todd
Daytona Beach e David A. Leete / Carl Gerken
Florida Central James R. Dry / Ted Fasnacht
James J. Jennewein
Florida Gulf Coast Jack West / Tollyn Twitchell
Florida North a William K. Hunter, Jr.
James D. McGinley, Jr.
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Palm Beach Jack Wilson, Jr. / H. L. Lewis
Richard E. Pryor
Director, Florida Region, American Institute of Architects
H. Samuel Kruse, FAIA, 1600 N. W. LeJeune Rd., Miami
Executive Director, Florida Association of the American
Institute of Architects
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PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE
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THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT
Fotis N. Karousatos / Editor
John W. Totty / Assistant Editor
M. Elaine Mead / Circulation Manager

THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT, Offi-
cial Journal of the Florida Association
of the American Institute of Architects,
Inc., is owned and published by the As-
sociation, a Florida Corporation not for
profit. It is published monthly at the
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welcomed but publication cannot be
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Editor or the Florida Association of the
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tions, provided full credit is given to
the author and to The FLORIDA
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H. S UEL KRU
H. SAMUEL KRU!


FEBRUARY, 1968


Nominated by the eleven Chapters of the Florida Region
for the office of First Vice President of the Institute:
5E FAIA
Sam is currently serving as the Director of the Florida Region on the AIA
Board and is Chairman of the Commission on Education and Research. He
also serves on the very active Committee on Public Relations and the Task Force
for the Implementation of the Education Research Project, committees with
important comprehensive assignments. He is also responsible to the Board for
matters related to the Staff's library functions. Sam has worked long and hard
for his profession and the AIA and has demonstrated exceptional leadership
characteristics. Last October the Florida Region gave their Gold Medal to Sam,
the second recipient in ten years.
His broad and long experience on local, regional and the national scene has
given him an overview of AIA programs and activities and he knows them inti-
mately their strengths and their weaknesses. He has an impressive record of
achievements resulting from the various offices and committee chairmanships in
the Florida South Chapter and the Florida Associataion. Some of these are: for
the FSC-AIA, President '55, Vice President '54, Executive Committee '56-'64,
Public Relations '53-'55, South Atlantic Conference '53, Community Develop-
ment '59-'64; for FA-AIA, President '58, Secretary '57, Director '59 to date,
Budget and Finance '59-'64, Publications '56-'58, '62-'64, and By-Laws '59 to
date.
He was chairman of the 1963 AIA Convention in Miami and has held such
National Committee assignments as Chairman Committee on Student Affairs,
Resolutions Committee, Committee on Architectural Building Information
Service, and Committee on Materials Research.
Sam is prominent in civic, charitable and technical organizations related to
the architect's role in his community affairs. He is a member of the Advisory
Committee, League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Dade County; Board,
Children's Home Society; Greater Miami Industrial Committee; Dade County
Research Foundation; Florida Planning and Zoning Association; Construction
Specifications Institute; Technical Planners Association; and Anthenios Chapter,
Alpha Rho Chi.
After graduating from the University of Illinois, where he was a Beaux Arts
Medalist, and attending the Bauhaus, School of Design, and Taliesen Seminars,
he interned with prominent Chicago architects, after which he practiced in his
own name in Chicago and Centralia. During World War II he served in the
Pacific as a battalion commander and is a retired colonel in the U. S. Army,
Corps of Engineers, Reserve. After the occupation of Japan, where he served as
Chief of Design Branch for General MacArthur's AFPAC, he moved to
Miami, Florida to join his bride, Ruth, and to renew practice. Since 1951 he has
been a principal in the firm, Watson, Deutschman & Krus6. His firm has received
many awards and citations for its work, which is predominantly in medical,
educational and civic fields. The Computing Center and The Library at the
University of Miami, and The Florida Atlantic University Campus are some
recent representative projects, however the practice is general and comprehensive.
He and Ruth have three children, Kathy, Sam and Candy. Kathy is a senior
at Florida State University, Sammy a debater and freshman at the University of
North Carolina, while Candy attends North Miami Senior High School. They
live in a 3-acre tropical garden ten miles by expressway from Sam's Miami office.
If you want to know more about Sam, look in Who's Who in America and
Leading Men in the United States of America. Sam is not a man to be swallowed
by the "Establishment." He knows how to inspire organization to work for
achieveable goals directed to necessary objectives. He is not afraid of change and
is innovative, but no worshiper of change for change sake.
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FIRM ANNOUNCES
NEW PARTNERS
Hilario Candela, AIA, and Peter
Spillis, AIA, have been named senior
partners in the Miami firm of Pan-
coast/Ferendino/Grafton/Architects.
The announcement is made by
Russell T. Pancoast, F A I A, who
started the organization on Miami
Beach in 1926 and has built it
through the years to a staff number-
ing 96, and offering professional serv-
ices in architecture, structural, me-
chanical and electrical engineering, in-
terior and landscape design, city plan-
ning and research.
Mr. Candela joined Pancoast Asso-
ciates in 1960 and is the partner-in-
charge of educational programming
and feasibility. Mr. Spillis is produc-
tion manager and has been with the
firm since 1956.

CAMPUS PLANNING
CONFERENCE
The School of Architecture, Wash-
ington University, St. Louis, Missouri
63130, will hold a Continuing-Educa-
tion-for-Architects Conference on
Campus Planning, April 25, 26 and
27, 1968.
Several outstanding campus case
studies will be presented and dis-
cussed. Mr. Walter Netsch will pre-
sent the Chicago Circle Campus, Mr.
Ben Wese will present the Forest
Park Campus in St. Louis, and Mr.
Gyo Obata will present the Southern
Illinois University Campus at Ed-
wardsville, Illinois.
Dr. Joseph P. Cosand, President of
the Junior College District of St.
Louis-St. Louis Couny, Missouri, na-
tionally known college administrator,
will address the conference.
Mr. Vladimir Bazjanac of Hell-
muth, Obata & Kassabaum will dis-
cuss Movement Systems in Educa-
tional Buildings and Mr. Charles B.
Thomsen of Caudill, Rowlett and
Scott will discuss Computer Modeling
in Campus Design.
Acting Dean George Anselevicius,
Associate Professor Oscar Newman,
Professor Buford Pickens, and Assist-
ant Dean Robert Vickery of the
Washington University S c h o o of
Architecture will discuss v a r i o u s
trends and phases of campus plan-
ning.
Professor Robert Boguslaw of the
Department of Sociology at Wash-
ington University, Professor Roger
Montgomery of the Department of
Architecture at the University of Cali-
fornia, and George Talbot of the De-
partment of Anthropology at Wash-
ington University will participate in
evaluating some of the projects pre-
sented.


NEWSNOTES
current happenings
in the profession


Architects and planners who wish
to attend are invited to request details
from Associate Professor Robert C.
Oswald at Washington University.
CARPENTERS FORCE OWNERS
TO PAY TWICE
Early last year, the Supreme Court
decided that carpenters could law-
fully strike to prevent the installa-
tion of precut doors because their pur-
pose was to preserve work traditionally
done at the construction site. Not be-
fore the Court was the question: is
such a strike lawful where the archi-
tect specified a prefabricated item -
for example, a precut door?
The United Brotherhood of Car-
penters and Joiners of America, AFL-
CIO, has approached the unanswered
question with typical union aplomb.
When the architect specifies precut
doors, "the Carpenters will install
them only if they are paid an amount
which will compensate them for wages
they would have earned had such cut-
ting out, fitting or finishing been
done on the job site." The quotations
come from a Nov. 17 agreement be-
tween the General Builders Contrac-
tors Association of Philadelphia and
the Brotherhood of Carpenters.
A manufacturer of precut doors re-
ports that similar contracts are being
signed in Bufalo, Cleveland, Chicago,
and Milwaukee. This manufacturer
also reports that "so far, carpenters
are only charging one dollar per door
for each door they do not cut and fit
on the job," but admits that the toll
exacted could be much higher.
At a recent Chicago conference on
"Facing the Union Problem," AIA's
Director of Governmental Affairs,
Philip A. Hutchinson, Jr., called on
architects to add their voice "to the
growing public outcry over the inordi-
nate power of labor unions. Congress
will act if the public voice is loud and
clear," he said.
Let us speak before the hour be-
comes too late.

REEVES APPOINTED
Governor Claude Kirk has estab-
lished the Federal Programs Coordi-
nating Committee under which has
been created the Historical Develop-
ment and Restoration Committee.
Architect Blair Reeves of Gainesville,
long active in historical restoration
work, has been asked by Governor
Kirk to serve on this committee which
is charged with planning for the pres-
ervation of Florida's historical memo-
rials.
Reeves stated in accepting the ap-
pointment: "The rapidity of Florida's
development is causing a real crisis in
the preservation of our historic archi-
tecture. Buildings uniquely valuable
for their historic and architectural
significance are being lost through
thoughtless renovation or razing. As
an architect and teacher, I am very
thankful that appropriate measures are
being pursued to preserve this facet of
our heritage."


NEW AIA PUBLICATIONS
AVAILABLE
Two new publications are available
from the Institute, they are: "Check-
list for Cities" a booklet subtitled "A
Guide for Local Action in Improving
the Design of Our Cities," prepared
to assist chapters and other commu-
nity action groups in evaluating and
solving urban problems. When imple-
mented on the local level, precise
goals can be identified and specific
action taken.
Also, "Checklist of Films" is an
eight page booklet of public service
films and slide shows about architec-
ture, urban design, building and city
problems. Movies of particular inter-
est for chapter meetings are so noted
and those which relate to specific edu-
cational audiences are also described.
Single copies are available free of
charge.

FIVE AMERICANS NAMED TO
HONORARY MEMBERSHIP IN
COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTS
IN PERU
The President of The American
Institute of Architects and four other
Fellows of The Institute have been
named honorary members of the Col-
lege of Architects of Peru.
They are: Robert L. Durham,
FAIA, President of The Institute and
a senior partner in the firm of Dur-
ham, Anderson and Freed of Seattle,
Wash.; Marcel Breuer, FAIA, the
only U.S. practicing member of the
Ordre des Architects of France, of
Marcel Breuer and Associates, New
York City; and Philip Johnson, FAIA,
modern architect and member of
Mayor Lindsay's Urban Design Coun-
cil, of the Philip Johnson firm.
Also, Louis I. Kahn, FAIA, former
resident architect at the American
Academy of Rome and now professor
of architecture at the University of
Pennsylvania's Graduate School of
Architecture, of the Louis I. Kahn
Firm, and Paul M. Rudolph, FAIA,
formerly head of Yale University's De-
partment of Architecture, of the Paul
Rudolph firm.
News of their appointment was
sent to The Institute by Carlos
Morales Machiavello, Dean of the
College of Architects of Peru.

AIA ESTABLISHES
NEW CHAPTERS
The American Institute of Archi-
tects has approved the formal installa-
tion of a new chapter in the U.S.
Virgin Islands.
Robert L. Durham, FAIA, Presi-
dent of the 22,200-member organiza-
tion, said that the Virgin Islands
Chapter would inc ude architects
from St. Thomas, St. John and St.
Croix. John Randal McDonald, AIA,
of St. Croix, is the President.
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THE SELECTION OF
AN ARCHITECT
GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
- The importance of a careful choice
in the selection of an architect for a
proposed building project cannot be
over-stated. For most owners this is a
once or twice in a lifetime endeavor.
A building project carried from its
earliest concepts to the realization of
an attractive and functional structure
should be a pleasant and rewarding
experience for its owner. The key man
in such a successful venture is the
architect; his selection merits serious
consideration, and the selection of the
architect should be the first act of the
owner as he contemplates building. In
so doing he takes advantage of the full
services offered since the architect is
then available to assist in program-
ming and site selection.
At the outset of the procedure the
owner and architect must necessarily
establish a certain rapport, and the
extent of the responsibilities must be
defined in order that there will be no
misunderstanding in attaining the
goal. The owner's needs require a
personal service, based upon a rela-
tionship of trust and confidence, and
his architect must possess full profes-
sional stature. The architect should be
chosen with the same deliberation
that one would exercise in selecting
his physician. The architect chosen
must be a person of highest integrity
and ability. He must be a man of
good standing in his community and
his profession. He must possess busi-
ness, artistic, and technical ability in
full measure to analyze and solve his
client's problems. His personality, un-
biased attitudes, thoroughness and
creativity must be discerned prior to
his selection.
Along with the numerous prerequi-
sites of character the architect must
possess, his ability to render architec-
tural service must be proven. In this
respect the young practitioner may
qualify through his record of rigid
training and experience in new tech-
niques, whereas his elders possess a
wealth of background from which to
draw. However, experience alone does
not assure the success of a project. It
is the professional responsibility of the
architect to be informed on recent
techniques, research, new materials,
and changing conditions in the build-
ing industry in order to assure a satis-
factory result.
METHODS OF SELECTION -
Three general methods are employed
in selecting an architect for a pro-
posed building. These are The Direct
Method, The Comparative Method
and The Design Competition
Method. The particular one followed
is very often determined by the type


FEBRUARY, 1968


of client and by the type of project.
For example, the direct method is
most often used by the individual
client undertaking a small project.
The comparative method is more
often employed by a group of people
or building committee; and the design
competition method is most fre-
quently used for large civic and monu-
mental projects.
Although all methods are available
in the consideration of any project,
the great majority of architectural
commissions are awarded as a result of
either direct or comparative selection.
Whether the selection is made by an
individual or by a group of people the
procedure follows three basic steps:
A review of qualifications and ex-
perience resume, together with
photographs of executed work.
A personal interview to afford
the investigator an opportunity
to find out more about the archi-
tect's attitudes, philosophy, and
personality.
An investigation of the archi-
tect's former clients and projects,
preferably through visitation of
buildings. This step will give an
insight to the architect's ability
and ingenuity in solving a prob-
lem and the degree of satisfac-
tion attained.
DIRECT SELECTION -By this
method an architect can be chosen
with relative ease and without addi-
tional expense in the process. The
selection is made on the basis of his
reputation, personal acquaintance, or
upon recommendations of his former
clients. Frequently, the architect will
be appointed as a result of the pro-
cedure outlined in the preceding para-
graph, whereby the three basic steps
are followed. An individual will often
decide in favor of a personal acquaint-
ance, or upon recommendation of
friends and satisfied clients. In any
case, the architect is chosen on the
basis of talent, professional experience
and taste as evaluated by the client
in terms of his own need and inclina-
tions.
COMPARATIVE SELECTION
- This procedure may be pursued in
a number of different ways, but essen-
tially the architect is chosen from
among a group who have presented
the necessary qualification data in the
form of written application and a sub-
sequent interview. Applications may
be requested in a limited way from
a restricted list of architects, or they
may be called for by public announce-
ment, which may result in response
from many applicants.
The invitation to submit an appli-
cation should include a description of
the project under consideration, giving
the approximate budget for the work
and the time schedule proposed. All
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Continuing from last month with an THE ARCHITECT
article to acquaint the lay person
with that professional man known
as the architect. HIS VALUE







applicants should be asked to submit
a complete statement of the training
and experience of key personnel, the
size and type of organization, and a
representative list of projects done by
the firm. After the applications have
been received they should be care-
fully reviewed so that a selected group
may be invited for interview. Of the
total number of respondents, not
more than thiee or four should be
considered further. Through the in-
terview the potential client will want
to know more about the architect's
professional standing, his experience
and projects, and the conduct of his
practice, and he will find out about
is attitudes, compatibility, and his
philosophy of design.
Data Form The comparative se-
lection procedure may be facilitated
through the use of a form, or ques-
tionnaire, which the applicant exe-
cutes for the owner. The owner may
devise a data form to suit his particu-
lar purposes, as has ben done by cer-
tain school districts, private institu-
tions, and governmental agencies. It
should cover the following items:
Information by the Client to the
Architect:
Name and address
General description of pro-
posed facilities, including loca-
tion, functions, and areas re-
quired, etc.
Approximate project construc-
tion budget
Approximate timetable f o r
completion of project
Any notes on proposed finan-
cing and ownership
Information by the Architect to
the Client:
Name and address
Type of organization: Individ-
ual, Partnership, or Corpora-
tion
Principals and staff: Name of
principals, professional history,
professional registrations and
affiliations, k e y personnel,
staff organization
List of projects designed by
firm in recent years; a recently
established office will state the
nature of previous affiliations
and the degree of responsibil-
ity in various assignments; in-
cludes type and cost of build-
ing, location, and construction
dates
References: Persons with
knowledge of firm and work
Supplementary material: Of-
fice policy on service during
construction, business proced-
ures, financial responsibility,
etc.
Information to be supplied dur-
ing interviews:
Adequacy of overall service
Present workloads and avail-
ability
Ability to work with various
agents of owner
Completeness of contract
documents


The American Institute of Archi-
tects has prepared Document B-431
as a recommended form, or question-
naire, for the selection of an architect
for school building projects. This
document establishes a resume of the
architect's accomplishments and is
broad enough to provide for the indi-
vidual to submit personal data which
may be pertinent to the project at
hand.
Interview-It is recommended that
the data form be supplemented with
a personal interview. Although an
owner may send a form, or question-
naire, to a considerable number of
architects in an effort to seek out the
one of his preference, the number
that he selects for interview should be
reduced to three or four, and the
criteria for names to be included will
be architects:
who have experience in similar
type and size of building
whose work is liked by the
community
who show interest in the proj-
ect
who are recommended by
other clients
who have high professional
standing
Determining Factors in Selection-
The client will frequently be con-
cerned whether the architect under
consideration has had experience in
work of similar size, type, and com-
plexity. The young architect should
not be ruled out because he does not
have many buildings to his credit. He
may be well qualified in other re-
spects, although he should be able to
prove competence in such work as has
been entrusted to him.
The size of an architect's office is
generally less important than the effi-
ciency of its organization. The pro-
fessional office is usually organized to
handle work within established price
limits and the potential client can be
guided accordingly by considering rep-
resentative work done by the firm.
The final selection of the architect
should be made on the basis of good
standing in his profession and in the
community, on his creative and ar-
tistic ability, his technical compe-
tence, his business capacity, his integ-
rity, his good judgment and on his
ability to cooperate with all those in-
volved in the project.
D E S I G N COMPETITIONS-
The competition system provides for
the selection of an architect by means
of comparison of various solutions for
a particular project. It affords an op-
portunity for stimulating creative ef-
fort on the part of persons skilled in
special aspects of architecture, and it
enables younger, talented persons an
opportunity to gain recognition.
A competition is more expensive
and time consuming than other selec-
tion methods and for these reasons its
use has been limited. It has been
found most often to be appropriate
for large, civic projects. Selection by


this method requires the observance
of rules which will result in fair con-
duct of the competition and which
will establish equitable relations be-
tween the owner and competitors.
Since such regulation is of primary
importance The American Institute of
Architects has published the Code for
Architectural Competitions, AIA
Document B-451, for the guidance of
architects and the public.
A review of the Code will explain
the various classifications of competi-
tions recognized by The American
Institute of Architects. Basically there
are two types -the Primary Type,
leading directly to the erection of a
definite structure on a definite site;
and the Secondary Type, exercises in
non-constructional projects, offering a
reward of p r izes and experience.
Under certain conditions other cate-
gories may receive qualified approvals.
However, most situations leading to
the selection of an architect under the
competitive design system will be
decided under the Primary Type
Competition. The mandatory provi-
sions for instituting a competition are
summarized in the Code as follows:
"To receive the approval of the
Institute a Competition P r o gram
must meet the following essential con
editions: (a) That there be a Profes-
sional Adviser; (b) That there be a
jury of at least three members, a ma-
jority of whom are practicing archi-
tects (except for ce r t a i n specially
authorized private competitions); (c)
That the program contain an Agree-
ment and Condtiions of Contract for
architectural services in accord with
the standards of practice of The
American Institute of Architects."
Properly disciplined the design n
competition method can be the fairest
anl most effective way of producing
the best design for a particular proj-
ect, although this method may not
necessarily determine the best archi-
tect. For this reason competition rules
often provide for the association of
the successful competitor with an
established firm of adequate size and
ability for the production of the draw-
ings and for construction manage-
ment.
SUMMARY Regardless of the
method used by the owner in the
selection of an architect, he should be
chosen as a person in whom there can
be a relationship of absolute confi-
dence and trust. He should be given
complete information pertaining to
the project and his judgment should
be fully respected. When the decision
to award the commission has been
made the owner and the architect
should conclude their negotiations
with a written agreement so that all
matters between them are clear l y
understood by both. To proceed thus
in the knowledge that a capable
architect has ben selected the owner
is assured of a most pleasant and re-
warding experience throughout the
building process.
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THE
FLORIDA
ASSOCIATION
OF
THE
AMERICAN
INSTITUTE
OF
ARCHITECTS

1968

MEMBERSHIP

ROSTER
Membership in the
Florida Aociation of the
American Institute of Architecs
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


FEBRUARY, 1968








Broward County Chapter
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT ........ .JOSEPH T. ROMANO
VICE PRESIDENT CHARLES McALPINE, JR.
SECRETARY ..... JOHN T. DYE
TREASURER .. EMANUEL ABRABEN
CORPORATE MEMBERS
Abrabl, Emadl--3101 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 507, Ft. Lauderdale 33306 Larso, Victor A.- -- -3114 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 333
Ale, Thor_____---.. .... 918 E. Las Ola Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 33301 Luker, Bayed C. (E------. 1533 Adams St., Hollywood 330
aeM, Neeat L. --------------19 N.E. 3 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33301 May, John 1.--- ..500 W. Hallandale Bch. Blvd., Halandale 3301
Baker, k d A.....-- .---------316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale 33301 MeAlplie, Charh Jr.-Bdg. L, 3038 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 333
emieM, Geerge L--.--------3215 N. Ocean Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 33308 Mebero ClI R .....- ...-- 1928 Tyler St., Hollywood 330
Beet, JMk C, Jr...---------5250 N.E. 15 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33308 Mealer, Ddd N..-------------- 1823 Mayo St., Hollywood 330
BIgemy, Willam F.------------- 316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale 33301 Meoaco, eee C_.-_-----. 4005 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 333(
Badley, Pal M., Jt -----...4896 N.E. 20 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33308 Peitk WlHa Henry-.1109 E Las Olas Blvd., Suite 6, Ft. Lauderdale 3334
CaMw DMeM Bat.......------1103 S.W. 15 Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 33312 PIl, Joseplb ., Jr.3050 N. Federal Hwy., Room 6, Ft. Lauderdale 333
Cel Richard L--------------- 2716 N.E. 26 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33305 Plumb, WilXm Parrsh.M1_ 3021 N.E. 32 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3331
Cwf, W m ..........------------114 N.E. 21 St., Ft. Lauderdale 30 Polk, Gege M.---- ---4441 N.E. 17 Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 333
Dahlqdlt, Clmoens L..-------.-3201 S.E. 12 St., Pompano Beach 33062 Powmall James K.L.- 2170 S.E. 17 St. Causeway, Ft. Lauderdale 333
Dodge, lard W..---------950 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach 33062 Pack, Artlr I. 1)--- -----.910 N.E. 27 Ave., Pampano Beach 3301
Dye, Jo ...... -- 808 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 103, Ft. Lauderdale 33301 Pre, Bery, FAIA -- --121 S. 19 St., Philadelphia, Pa. 191(
Em, Jo ..---------------- .316 Sunset Drive, Ft. Lauderdale 33301 Redde,, n ().. ------------5600 S.W. 5 St., Plantation 3331
Frimeo Ar-r A.---------------208 So. 28 Avenue, Hollywood 33020 Rey, Richard C.__ ____2504 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 3331
Gmle, I. CfilteM, FAIA-...---- P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale 33303 Roimas Joseph~ T ...- 2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach 3301
ihey, Willam A.....----------P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale 33303 Red, Artler L2300 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Suite 207, Ft. Lauderdale 3331
lms, L Nel.------------.....2250 N.E. 53 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33308 Samrd, Co P.O. Box 1177, Pompano Beach 3301
Grove Otoe D., r...-----.-- ------19 N.E. 3 Ave, Ft. Lauderdale 33301 Slaler, Doald I ..- ..... 1301 S.E 2 Court, Ft. Lauderdale 3331
ack, Ottoe L.....-------------1.8 N.E. 3 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33301 Spa DavM B.---....3018 N.E. 19 St., Ft. Lauderdale 333(
a, abert L---- .-----------2620 N.E. 18 St, Ft. Lauderdale 33305 Sart, Ces .-- ---...---....1823 Mayo St., Hollywood 330;
and, Oar A, Jr. .......--------2060 N.E. 55 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33308 Stewart, Co y...-- ----- 1140 Bayvlew Drive, Ft. Lauderdale 333
IHanme, Robet L.------- __.311 S.E. 16 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33301 Stm, George D, Jr...... --2701 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 333(
Hartley, Jamea M.------------ 1909 Harrison St., Hollywood 33020 Thrnteo, Maerle L ()----- 2500 N.E. 48 Lane, Ft. Lauderdale 333(
Haotmao, Barnad W., Jr....- ..- 2190 .E. 17 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33316 Todd, Robert I.------- 1260 N.E 2 St., Pompano Bech 3301
Jahelk, Rbt ... ---- 2020 N.E. 17 Court, Ft. Lauderdale 33305 Vausll, W am T.-. ...909 La Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 333(
Joe, Paul R@ea-..-----.. 901 N.E. 9 St., Pompano Beach 33060 Waddey, eerge -23-A Commencal Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 3331
Johnsoa, Herbert S.--------... -- ---4..00 Huser Lane, Naples 33940 Whime, eorge C.----- _- 1520 S.E. 3 St., Pompano Beach 330
Joep, Staed .......---Carousel Towers, Cnilnnat, Ohio 45237 Wh gham, John N.--------4650 N.E. 3 Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 3334
Keler, C. .---. 900 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 102, Pompano Beach 33062 Wolff, Loels .------ --------.2457 N.E. 50 St., Ft. Lauderdle 333(
Kerley, Char L .------- .3114 S. Andrews Ave, Ft. auderdle 33316 Zmer, Jac W....... ..- 1801 N.E. 14 St., Ft. Lauderdle 333(
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Aubl, Lyn A..--......----.2931 S.W. 13 Court, Ft. Lauderdle 33312 Jellay, WIlam Etdwrd..... -.2120 N. 46 Ave., Hollywood 330j
ames, Alberte F.._.808 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 103, Ft. Lauderdale 33301 McDonaM, Robert L.-_ 1814 N.E. 17 Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale 333(
Hep, RuIB I .-----------1..40 SE. 13 St., Pompano Beach 33060 RBkmna, Phl L --.... -1301 S.E. 2 Court, Ft. Lauderdale 333(
ASSOCIATES
Boegla, Robert W.------- .. 6251 N.W. 18 Court, Ft. Lauderdale 33313 Mayer, Ro t Kipp-.. ..----- 4190 N.W. 34 Way, Ft. Lauderdale 333C
DeCamils Rebert M.-4488 Seagrape Drive, Lauderdaleby-the-e 0 Sm dwrd ..----------2144 NX 67 St., Ft. Lauderdale 333(
K erds, Donal David--- ---- -498 S.E 13 St., Pompano Beach 33060



Daytona Beach Chapter
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT JOSEPH BLAIS, JR.
VICE PRESIDENT TOM JANNETIDES
SECRETARY .. WILLIAM P. GREENING


TREASURER .
CORPORATE
Blk Joseph I, Jr. -------------P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach 32015
Crai, Framle W.----------414 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach 32018
Dem, Arthur F. (1)----- ....209 W. Minnesota Ave, DeLand 32720
Dho, Lee IM .------ --.136 Magnolia Ave., Daytona Beach 32014
Faust, Wima A. ---------- P.O. Box 2264, Daytona Beach 32015
Gerke, Car.l-.------- --. ---P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach 32015
Gemo, Wilaem ------.---- P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach 32015
Greeng, Willsa P....----- 200 Seabreez Blvd., Daytona Beach 32018
Grffie, earry M. (1)-. -309 N. Grandvlew Ave., Daytona Beach 32018
JametMed Tam------------ Diplomatic Center South, SuIte 118-D,
DaytRna Beach 32018


. WALTER K. SMITH, JR.
MEMBERS
Kemmere, Alfred ..-------- P.O. Box 5595, Daytona Beach 3202
Leete, Davd A.-- --------406 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach 3201
MiehK James L...----.--.. -----206 West Rich Ave., DeLand 3272
Hots, rest N....--------- 104 Van Ave., Daytona Beach 3201
Peak, Geovernr M--------------- 930 N. Florida, DeLand 3272
Sayes, Joel W, Jr...- ..-- 200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach 3201
efti, Walter K., J..--------- -P.O. Box 127, Ormond Beach 3201
SLead, Edwl M.--- .----. 414 N. Halfax Ave., Daytona Beach 3201
Ty, F. Wade --------------.206 W. Rich Ave., DALand 3272
Waite, Fra s ---__211 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 3201


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
FItcer, Rdeh J....--.--- 1011 Chaffe Place, Daytona Beach 32018
ASSOCIATES
l, Fred J ---------------............272 Nautilus, Daytona Beach 32018 toward, Robert GeOge------ -1855 Cocoa Palm Drive, Edgewater 3203
Coweme, van J .-------.. ..... 104 Fourth St., Daytona Beach 32017 Lee, Steart A.-. --1.... 33 Park Ave, Daytona Beach 3201
Ik, MdL _------__.147 Reef Road, South Daytona 32021 Petemsen, James B.....-------Route 3, Box 213, DeLand 3272
ee, J. Mite.------ .--- 104 Venetlan Way, Daytona Beach 32019
12 THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT









Florida Central Chapter

OFFICERS
PRESIDENT .... ... JAMES.DRY
VICE PRESIDENT .. BLOUNT WAGNER
SECRETARY .. .. JACK MCANDLESS
TREASURER . .. GENARO GARCIA JR.
TAMPA SECTION
PRESIDENT . .. JACOB L GOTTFRIED
VICE PRESIDENT . .. ALDO P. LASTRA
SECRETARY/TREASURER. . A. RESE HARVEY
CLEARWATER SECTION
PRESIDENT ..... FORREST L WATSON, JR
VICE PRESIDENT . MELVIN F. SCHULTZ
SECRETARY/TREASURER . FRANK H. MORRIS
POLK COUNTY SECTION
PRESIDENT . .... .. A. ERNEST STRAUGHN
VICE PRESIDENT . .. W. WADE SETLIFF
SECRETARY/TREASURER . .. L. T. JONES, III


CORPORATE MEMBERS


Adam, Frankli 0., FAIA ()- .-----.. 921 S. Orleans Ave., Tamp 33606
Alfone, Ca L .. ........--------- .7012 Conifer Drive, Tanmp 33610
Alaene, C r P.....-- --.---------.615 Madison St., Tampa 33602
AthS Deetrs ....---------------825 S. MacDII Ave., Tamp 33609
AdLnson, Carl N-----------205- 3 St. South, St. Peterburg 33701
Atki Cal Jr. ......--------..05 3 St. South, St. Peterburg 33701
Bad, Erie Domald Nl ..- ------..-807 W. Kirby, Tamp 33604
Baoe, Felix ------510 Bon Air Ave., Temple Terrace 33617
eard J ph ..............--------- -------205 W. Brorein, Tampa 33606
lateo, MA ter ---.-----------3637 Henderson Blvd., Tampa 33609
JBdo, M.atthew -----------939 Beach Drive NE., St. Ptersburg 33701
Bemey, Franl G rd.-----..-- 1420-4 St. South, St. Petersburg 33701
Borttea Lynn L---------- 323 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater 33516
Bradenbah, Wiliam F. (1-.203 S. Lockmoor Ave., Temple Terrace 33617
Biglt, Braxton Lamar ------------------P.O. Box 48, Lakeland 33802
Iredeur, Vir ., Jr....------ -909 Brookside Drive, Clearwater 33516
Bruce, James YT .-------- 905 Laswade Drive, Tallahass 32303
Camaron, Dgle A...-- .4735 Shore Acres Blvd. N.E., St. Petesburg 33703
Cewells Chars L.---------3450 -5 Ave. North, St. Peterburg 33713
Carry, a F., Jr.......------------....1408 Sw Ave., Tampa 33606
Dale, K Whitaey, Jr--.------...-300 S. Garden Av., Clearwater 33516
Dalall, Keanlh W., FAIA (l) -3. 00S. Garden Av., Clearwater 33516
DeFne, Laee_-------------- 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa 33606
Dim,. GrdoM ----- --------1846 S.E. 5 St., Winter Haven 33880
DR, Caree W.-----------5595 -4 St South, St. Ptersburg 33705
rak, Alfred T.-- .-----4930 Park Blvd. North, Pinellas Park 33565
Dry, James R.- -------.------ P.O. Box 2422, Lakeland 33802
Dykes, Robert L....----- 115 W. Robertson St., Brandon 33511
Famsslt, Ted L-204 Dicus-Owe Bldg., Main & Broadway, Dunedin 33528
Flatch, liot CL -....... .- ... 600 Madison, Tamp 33602
xorth, Gerge H----------. 4514 Culbreath Ave., Tampa 33609
Friedman, Rbet M.....__ ..__ 4828 Bay Villa, Tampa 33611
Frizlm, Wliam -...-Lee Co. Bank BIdg., Suite 3A, Fort Myers 33901
erel, Geer, Jr...-- 1111 N. Westshore Blvd., Suite 405, Tampa 33607
fay, John L ...........-- 7257 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 33710
iGMman, Sanford Maurie- 923 First Ave., North, St. Peternburg 33705
soldmit, Chares Bandt-- 1444-A Gulf-to-Bay Blvd., Clearwater 33515
Oottfrid, Jacb L.._ 1111 N. Westhore Blvd., Suite 405, Tampa 33607
aGren e, Robert ...-------- P.O. Box 12581, St. Peterburg 33733
Greene, James A ------ 5415 Mariner St., Suite 207, Tampa 33609
GudmanI Robert Lee-----.... 2521 34 St. South, St. Petersburg 33711
addx, George C.. --- ---- 1153 N.E. Cleveland St., Clearwater 33515
Hadley, l ilot B (l).--- 860 Snell Isle Blvd N.E., St. Peterburg 33704
Iamlin, Hors H., Jr.-------. 939 Beach Drive N.E., St. Peterburg 33701
Hempt, Mark ., FAIA..---.-- Stovall Professional Bldg., Tamp 33602
IHarly, Daale----------.-----3013 Horatio St., Tamp 33609
arvard, Wiam B.---. -------2714-9 St. North, St. Petersburg 33704
Have, A. Ree -------------10301 N. Date Mabry, Tampa 33609
Hlleadesm Roy M..- ------1215 Drew St., Suite B-5, Clearwater 33515
Healdeson, Warren L--.----- 1391 S. Hillcrest Ave., Clearwater 33516
Him, Richard S.--.------.. 3637 Hnderson Blvd., Tanpa 33609
Ho ht L...........------------..Stovall Professonal Bldg., Tamp 33602
per, Lee.-----.----------------..11 Sandpiper Road, Tampa 33609
Howard, Prenti S.----------------- 2408 S. Clark Ave, Tampa 33609
Howey, Jo I- L-.--------------217 N. Franklin St., Tampa 33602
Jeawmeln, James J.-.xchange Nat Bank Bdg., Suite 1020, Tampa 39602
Jesm Riard EL....... ----- --- 712 S. Oregon Ave., Tamps 33606

FEBRUARY, 1968


Jobamea, Dana ------... 410 S. Lincoln Av, Clearwater 33516
Joheso, Chl Nm --..-..-... 1444 Farhaven Drive, Lakeland 33803
Johmo, Oleu Q .------939 Beach Drive NA, St. Peteburg 33701
Jey, Blashard I ......... 2714-9 St. North, St. Peterburg 33704
JeMs, B. T, 111.--316 W. Central Ave, Room 604, Winter Haven 33880
Jeie, RIhard M.- ......-2315 Tyrone Blvd. North, St. Petersburg 33710
Jer, RlMd Palmer, Jr.--- -----.. P.O. Box 486, Lakeland 33802
Laa, Ado .... ...--------------4019 Carmn St., Tampa 33609
Legelt, F. Radl .---------------.323 South Blvd., Tampa 33606
Levion, Robert H, FAIA-----.-- 425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater 33516
Looke, Tom Dudley---------- 555th Cvil Engneer Sq., Heavy Repeir,
APO San Francisco, Calif 96326
Leot M. WWld-...--....- .2707 5 Ave. North, St. Peterburg 33713
Maewe, Harry A. --------------- 1408 Swann Ave., Tamp 33606
Market, uwriue Migael----------... 4611 N. Lincoln Ave., Tamps 33614
McCandle, Jck- --..... 939 Bech Drive N.E., St. Peteburg 33701
Meltry, ere I...-Exchange Na'l Bank Bldg., Suite 1020, Tampa 33602
Malnatse, Dona L..-...- .....205 W. Brorein St., Tampa 33606
McLan, .L rk, Jr.------ 205 W. Brorein St., Tampa 33606
Melody, Walter i ...-- ...1002 S. Ft. Harrison Ave., Clearwater 33516
MeriLa, Lter N..--.. --- 112 Rutlad Bld., St. Petersburg 33701
Malm, J H..........---- -4 Sixth St., South, St. Petersburg 33701
Milard, Rman J. ------ ----- 1318 Swann Ave., Tampa 33608
Merrit, rank Rsh-. ---- 1935 Drew St., Clearwater 33515
Mudna, Frank Robert......---1701 Drew St., C rwatr33515
Oila AIgel, l*- ..- ---1612 Horatio, Tamp 33606
Parmt, Archi Q, FAIA..-- --- 112 Rutland Bkdg., St. Petersburg 33701
dPari, DonaM ..1. 12 Rutland BIdg., St. Peterburg 33701
Paris John DIavMd-.. 929 Beach Drive, N.E, St. Perburg 33701
Patten, Frank P. Jr.,--- 01 S. Dale Maby, Tamp 33609
Priede-Rorige, J...------ 507A Florda Ave., Tampa 33602
Queni l, El A.---- ---King's Allay, Chrlstlanted, St. Croi,
Virgin Islanch 00820
Ramey, George L () -...-- 9379 First St., North, St. Peterburg 33702
Ramn, John 205 W. Brorein St., Tampa 33606
Reafree, Bree A, Jr...-- ......215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland 33801
Ritehomua, Walter F. () --Trailer Estates, Box 5026, Bradenton 33505
Robert*, L Jas ---- .-----------7711 Sliver Oak Lane, Tampa 33619
RebbiM*, I. James. ------------ 605 N. Franklin St., Tampa 33602
Rebr, Hery L..- ------- 115 Magnolia Ave., Tamp 33606
Row, IL De--....-- 5444 Bay Center Drive, Suite 208, Tampa 33609
Samuel RIge D--.........-- P.O. Box 237, Collingswood, NJ. 08108
Searfet L-- --------5445 Mariner St., Suite 203, Tampa 33609
SlMalttan, Fred Wlam--_ 2901 58 Ave. North, St. Petersburg 33714
Sdhell, Melvn FederiLk.-- 204 Dcus-Owens Bldg., Main 6 Broadway,
Dunedin 33528
Stiff, WaRaoe Wad ---------- ..215 E. Lmon St., Lakeland 33801
Six, Norman F. (1) ------- ----- 214 E. Davis Blvd., Tamp 33606
Sma Elgene L-...---- --10301 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Tampa 33618
Smit, Brine..---- 527 Dartmoor St. North, St. Peterburg 33701
SmitW Martin Harr, Jr..- ...208 Holland Ave., Temple Terrace 33617
SmtllhWa ......--------- --..2725 Oakland Ave., Lakland 33803
Spmmnr, J. -....-.........------ 7831 S.W. 15 St., Miami 33144
Splaes, Ldwig-------------.----- 210 W. Palm Drive, Lakeland 33803
SaeiM, Emory Hinea---.---415 Deer Park Road, Temple Terrace 33617
Slanie, Walter J. ----------- P.O. Box 97, Route 1, Odsa 3556
Steady, Joa Edgmr.Exchange Nat Bank Bidg., Suite 1020, Tamp 33602







Florida Central Chapter / Continued
Stewart, J. ent------ -------- 3315 S. San Miguel, Tampa 33609
traughA, A. rnest.--------------------P.O. Box 48, Lakeland 33802
Slan, James arker---------------- P.O. Box 11588, Tampa 33610
Thompson, Gne .Ridge Federal Bldg., 250 2 St. S.W., Winter Haven 33880
Tuwer, Jack Lou .----------------P.O. Box 847, Auburndale 33823
ValetM, Frank LS-----------------------600 Madison, Tampa 33602
Voler, Richard------------- 497 66 Ave. South, St. Petersburg 33705
Velmar, Peter J...------- 2901 58 Ave. North, St. Petersburg 33714
Wagner, Imr Blent..--1226 Serpentine Drive South, St. Petersburg 33705
Wakelig, Roy (1)-------------- 425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwatr 33516
Walker, dward H., Jr..----------- 1710 Townsend St., Clearwater 33515
Walker, N. Ldlie-Suite 1218 Citizens Bldg., 706 Franklin St., Tampa 33602


Waterman, John Andrew-----. -----------512 Hibiscus, Tampa 3361
Watson, Forret Edward, Jr.--------1379 Hibiscus Lane, Clearwater 3351
Weber, Willam ., Jr.___.---... 6468 5 Ave. South, St. Petersburg 337(
Webber, William J........-------------- ---- P.O. Box 18463, Tampa 336(
Wedding C. LRadolph.------. 2901 58 Ave. North, St. Petersburg 3371
Whit, Frank W....-------------10101 Forest Hills Drive, Tampa 3361
White, John W.------------------.617 Lamar Ave., Brooksville 335'
Wlae, Robert C ...-... -- Suite 1215 Citizens Bldg., 706 N. Franklin S
Tampa 3364
WMihnm Donald S...........------------1931 Ripon St., Clearwater 335
Wilson, Albert K. (- .-----.----------..P.O. Box 476, Dunedin 335:
Wohlberg, J. Arthur------------------P.O. Box 18405, Tampa 3364


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Alfan, Frank A.- ------------------1701 Drew St., Clearwater 33515 Ruesee, Joseph C.--.------------..4603 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa 336
Ala, Robert L...--------- 640 First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 33701 Stre, Donald R------------------ 1407 Overlea St., Clearwater 335
LIse, oet F., Jr.--------------.125 N. Quarry St., Ithaca, N.Y. 14850 olk, Frank W, Jr.--------- 1565656 1 St. East, St. Petersburg 3371
McChu, Joe L. .--.-----------1975 Lakeview Blvd., Clearwater 33516

ASSOCIATES
Albert, Jon J. .-------------------1321 Murray, Clearwater 33515 Marik, Peter--.-----.---.---.1331 Dlckenson Drive, Clearwater 335
Chura, Joe, Jr.---------------------- 2819 Horatio St., Tampa 33609 MeCornktk, John t.-------- .3315 Horatio St., Apt. 117, Tampa 336
area, Edlarde.-------------------4541 W. Knollwood, Tampa 33614 Myers, Jay F...-----------------.1280 Franklin St., Clearwater 335
Geklilh Barbara Carol .--. 1444-A Gulf-to-Bay Blvd., Clearwater 33515 Prine, Frank ......----- 59 King St., Christlansted, Virgin Islands 008
Oonsales, Hora .----- ----------------429 Erie Ave., Tampa 33606 Ramlres, Jorge L .---- ------ 205 W. Brorein St., Tampa 336
Holden, Cad.--------------4400 36 Ave. North, St. Petersburg 33713 Raymond, Alexander P.--------11823 102 St. North, Largo 335
Holiian, Willam Nble---------------3325 Valencia Road, Tampa 33618 Semals Warner Henry----------- 4011 Sevilla St., Tampa 336
Hoettler, Robert I.-----------2779 Pine Ridge Drive, Titusville 32780 Utebr, Martin ..------.--------2012 Croydon Drive, Clearwater 335
King, Rihard F ._-----------6871 4 St. South, St. Petersburg 33705 WUllinham, R Alva, Jr. ...----.---.3910 San Obispo, Tampa 336









Florida Gulf Coast Chapter

OFFICERS
PRESIDENT ... .EDWARD J. SEIBERT
VICE PRESIDENT ..... .FRANK FOLSOM SMITH


SECRETARY .
TREASURER .
CORPORATE
Abbett, James Cal, Jr.------.----------.. 1218 First St., Sarasota 33577
Alen, Rchad ......---------------- 1650 Hanson St., Fort Myers 33901
al, George -...--.---------------- P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers 3902
Barrw~ C. Storrs, FAA (E)-3600 S. Lockwood Ridge Road, Sarasota 33580
loasples, Clarence M. ----.---------473 Third St. South, Naples 33940
lacker, Joseph ..------------2045 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers 33901
Brnmrem oan4, U ..----------------- 280 Central Ave., Naples 33940
Co Sd .....-----.-------------..231 S. Palm Ave., Sarasota 33577
C Douglas L--------------- 1101 29 Ave. West, Bradenton 33505
k, Haremd .....-------------------P.O. Box 176, Cape Coral 33904
Draegse, arl J.--------------- 3225 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota 33579
Fatber, N else A.-----------------. 586 Ninth St. South, Naples 33940
Fk S e ...........---------- 682 Mourning Dove Drive, Sarasota 33577
rJi, brwin, II.--.------------------ 1790 Wood St, Sarasota 33577
Griffia Leonard A.---------------2910 Eighth Ave., Bradenton 33505
Gndr, Marti .........---------- 2037-B West First St., Fort Myers 33901
anabet, Edgar C.-------Palmer Bank Bldg., Room 311, 1403 Main St.,
Sarasota 33577
Helm, James A.-- -----------------P.O. Box 333, Avon Park 33825
IlMday, James L.-----------------. 4638 Gleason St., Sarasota 33581
Kannenber, Werne F.--.. Palmer Bank Bldg., Room 311, 1403 Main St.,
Sarasota 33577
Kellr, Walter-. ---------------------1262 Third St., Naples 33940
Kerfeot, WIlm Il. -------------------1274 -7 St., Sarasota 33577
Klald, D. Tiema-- 1300 West Way Drive, Lido Shores, Sarasota 33577
Itnsey, Harley P....-- -------First National Bank Bldg., Bradenton 33505


. WILEY M. PARKER
. JAMES C. PADGETT
MEMBERS
Molryde, James Betton..----_ 2120 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers 339
Mors, RIchard W...------------- 708 Fifth Ave South, Naples 339
Nick, Donald ..--------------820 Twelfth Ave. South, Naples 339
Padget, James C..._ ..- ----2051 Main St., Sarasota 335
Parfkr, Wey M..-------------2120 McGregor Blvd., Fort Myers 339
Plgos, Raymond L..----- 127 Standish Circle North, Fort Myers 339
Reeves, Edwar --.........--- 473 Third St. South, Naples 339
RIers, Wiln L..-------------..-- 1812 Collier Ave., Fort Myers 339
Sknelder, Loeu F...------ Dept. of Urban & Regional Planning, Fla. Sti
University, Tallahassee 323
Sebert, Edward J.------------------.25 Park Place, Sarasota 335
Selew, Roland W ------------------- -P.O. Box 2091, Sarasota 335
Shw, Robert L.---------------3400 S. Tamlami Trail, Sarasota 335
SIlth, Frank Folsom------------.-- 1301 Main St., Sarasota 335
Stewart, Pal P --------------------- P.O. Box 1646, Naples 339
Tnra, Willam --------------462 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral able 331
Trodchad, J. P.---- ---------...-- 3710 Bayou Louise, Sarasota 335
Tucker, Cyri T.-----------...--- 329 Miami Ave., Vence 335
Twitchel Ralph S....--------------25 N. School Ave., Sarasota 335
Twihel, Tollyn--------- .---------25 N. School Ave., Sarasota 335
VelthI Cad A. ()_------------.3225 E. Tamlami Trail, Sarasota 335
Weler, Artr () ---------------..225 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota 335
West, Jack-- --- ---------------- -P.O. Box 1539, Sarasota 335
Wikinsen, Sidney R..-------.3011 Manatee Ave. West, Bradenton 335
ZImmerman, Willam W.---------.283 Broad Ave. South, Naples 339


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Pattison, WIlm S. D....----------... P.O. Box 51, Marco Island 33937
ASSOCIATES
Balk, Bruce.---------------------25 N. School Ave., Sarasota 33577 Mean, Artr----------....4965 Riverwood Circle, Sarasota 335
nremes, Michael..--..------....4350 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa 33609 Shey, Donad Wayne--------- 2319 Amherst, Bradenton 335
Kaper, Jack .....--- --.. .--- .2075 Rose St., Sarasota 33579

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Florida North Chapter
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT . . .. .ARNOLD F. BUTT
VICE PRESIDENT . .. .WILLIAM K. HUNTER, JR.
SECRETARY . .... .JOHN L R GRAND
TREASURER . . .. .CRAIG H. VALLEY
CORPORATE MEMBERS


Arett, Willam T...------------2105 N.W. 3 Place, Ginesville 32601
lamrdWr, Trphe C., FAIA (1)-_ ... 229 S.W. 42 St., Gainrville 32601
Bras, Da- P,-- .-----Route 4, P.O. Box 153R, Ganesville 32601
Al, Areld .....------306 Tigert Hall, Univ. of Fla., Gainesvlle 32601
Campbel, Artr L. Jr. -----------603 N.E First St., Gainesville 32601
Creekbum CaonCr ...----- 19 Virginia Ave. North, Ocala 32670
DmeanL Bryaim-------- .. 3021 Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala 32670
Dmee, J. Vane -..- --.909 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala 32670
vas, Fred Lawrnce, Jr-..- --.....P.O. Box 1502, Gainesville 32601
Fites, Gay C-...--------Box 2181, University Station, Gainesvllla 32601
Geerge, Frk 0--------------- -P.O. Box 1299, Palatka 32077
G Jd, John L R.._ Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gainesville 32601
Onee, Wglam C-.... ....- 1511 N.W. 19 St., Gainesville 32601
Huallrs, Meffersem M.--------1114 N.E Sventh St., Gainesville 32601
Hau*, Myri J.... -...----------.-P.O. Box 609, Gainsville 32601
Harvigtoa, C er F_ -------- --606 NE. First St., Galnesville 32601
Hmnt Wlam K., Jr ..-----------606 N.E. First St., Gainesville 32601
Jokahne, Garden S. I -- 1054 S.W. 9 St., Gainesville 32601
JohnsaM, MMilan H...Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gainesvlle 32601


Kerm, Sadl S_.. Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gaineville 32601
Larrtiek Thelma Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gainesville 32601
Ladrub James T.-----2306 S.W. 13 St., Apt. 1201, Gainesvlle 32601
May, Lekt N. ------------606 N.E. First St., Gainesvlle 32601
MeGblay, James Dun Jr. ----------P.O. Box 609, Gainesvlle 32601
MeRae Amus Andre- --------.903 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala 32670
Merrtt, Hary C., Jr..Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gainesvill 32601
Moor, Juac----- ---- --606 N.E. First St., Gainesville 32601
hoplpes James Wulem--..-. 445 George St., New Haven, Conn. 06511
Raymo ld, Walter- Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gainesville 32601
Reeves, F. Blair-. .Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gaineville 32601
Rid, Hal Tm-m ..---------- ....P.O. Box 563, Ocala 32670
Say, Craig HImr.. ........-- 2530 N.W. 10 Ave., Gainesvlle 32601
Sdchmnt, Frank G., Jr..----. ---815 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala 32670
Ther, Craig ..... Lghtner Museum Bldg., Suite 4, St. Augustine 32084
Wagner, Wllm --...Bu/Archl. & Cor. Research, Dept. of Architecture,
Univ. of Fla., Gainesville 32601
Walker, Brry J.------- -815 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Suite E, Ocala 32670


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Adams, Miked ---------- -----....P.O. Box 1012, Gainesville 32601 Klmey, BSrira Y., Jr.Dept. of Archtecture, Univ. of Fla., Gainesvlle 32601
CherIkff, Ja P.---------------220 Legal Canter, Ocala 32670 MKuls, Comntath L--------.--2130 N.E. 12 Terrace, Gainesville 32601
Eva, Sam F ...---------- ----.. 2022 N.W. 14 Ave., Ganesville 32601
ASSOCIATES
Babr, W. L--.- -----------606 N.E. First St., Gainesville 32601 Laewr, Wlam .----------------- 2340 Randall Rd., Winter Park 32789
Dast, Ankny Joseph .-- ----- 3225 N.W. 27 Ave., Gainesvill 32601 MRae, John M.--------- 1111 S.W. 16 Ave., Apt. 10, Gainesville 32601
SJohn Doas------------------ P.O. Box 1299, Paltka 32017 Peacock Thoms ...-------------. 844 E. Church Ave., Longwood 32750
Johnseu, Rickard Keithk-.. ROICC Box 14, Tahki, Thailand, APO 96273 Touneler, Thoas Henry ..----- -1202 N.W. 42 Ave., Gainesvlle 32601
Kelly, Rober W., Jr.-----------1609 N.E. 19 Place, Gainevlile, 32601 Young, Caning K. M-Dept. of Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gainesville 32601










Florida North Central Chapter
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT .. .. MAYS LEROY GRAY
VICE PRESIDENT .. .CHARLES J. BENDA, JR.
SECRETARY. RICHARD E. MAUNEY
TREASURER ... ROBERT G. GRAF


CORPORATE
Albert, Lrry L--608 University Towers, 111 Lynn Ave., Ames, towa 50010
arrett, Pere L ...-------------P.O. Box 1698, Tallahassee 32302
Beda Charles J., Jr.-------- 1700 Kathryn Drive, Tallahassee 32303
Mlr, C. L. F.- ----- --------- Route 1, Box 2288, Tallahassee 32301
Brown, ReKert .....-c/o State Board of Commissioners, Tallahassee 32304
Clemoen, Jeph N.-------------P.O. Box 1356, Tallahassee 32302
Coxea, Ferrt R. .- -------------218 Avant Bldg., Tallahassee 32301
Craft, Che ter L, Jr. -- ---------- 127 Salamanca, Coral Gables 33134
Dafft, C. Enrt. ----------------P.O. Box 1698, Tallahasee 32302
DPes, Waren Ar.-- ----- 512 Ward St., Tallahassee 32303
Oral, Robert George------- ------- 1401 Rae Ave., Tallahassee 32303


MEMBERS
Oray, Mapl Laey----------- 5547-8 N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 32301
Gurl, W am H. ..-----------Campus Planner/Architect, Auburn Univ.,
Auburn, Ala. 36830
HIddleton, Prentis------ ----------P.O. Box 3105, Taltahassee 32302
Keley, Foret M...Board of Regents, Architect's Office, 101 W. Gaines St.,
Tallahassee 32301
Many, Richard L----------------- 516 Ward St., Tallahassee 32303
Maybin, Robert 1H.--------------210 E. College Ave., Tallahassee 32301
Mendenhal, erbert D. (I)----718 W. Pensacol St., Tallahassee 32301
Potter, Davd W.----------------- 112 Barbara St., Tallahassee 32302
Woodard, Albert P.--------------- P.O. Box 3091, Tallahassee 32302


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Bes Wayne F.--. Dept. of Education, 124 Knott Bldg., Tallahassee 32301 RiMe Waler B-...----------205 Carrigan Blvd., Merritt island 32952
DavW RoeIrt W. III --------.---. 426 Williams St., Tallahassee 32303 Roe*ll, Jame L------- --------------- P.O. Box 205, Batow 33830
e fre, Pau---..-------------.209 N. Jefferson St., Mrlanna 32446 W dward, Robert L-- .------P.O. Box 3457, M.S.S, Tallahassee 32303
ASSOCIATES
Pri, a M -------------755 Pugsey Drive, Monticlo 32344 Seppard, Newn W.-------------- 313 W. 7 Ave., Tallahaee 32303
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Florida Northwest Chapter

OFFICERS
PRESIDENT .... ..... ROY L RICKS
VICE PRESIDENT. . SAM M. MARSHALL
SECRETARY . ... JAMES J. CROOKE, JR.
TREASURER . ... HENRY L NICHOLS, JR.

CORPORATE MEMBERS


a, Wmam R-.--.--. 513 E. Fairfield Drive, Pensacola 32503
Block, Bih W, Jr.... ......... 101 W. Wright St., Pensacola 32501
Chanemy, Jams Edwi, Jr..- .._413 Bayshore Drive, Panama City 32401
Chapman, James Graham----P.O. Box 1056, Panama City 32401
Coba, eore B. ..-----. P.O. Box 4306, Panama City 32401
Creek, James J., Jr. -- P.O. Box 2667, Pensacola 32503
Daitels, Thoimas ...... 425 Oak Ave, Panama City 32401
Hart, Robert Denel .......-.--.. Box 1641, Pensacola 32502
He, Hry T. (E) -............General Delivery, Greenwood 32443
HuIletb Riuhard Lu .------......1636 E Gadsden St., Pensacola 32501
Kerck, Jamels.. --------P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach 32548
Lelta, Hugh J ..- --- ------------ P.O. Box 928, Pensacola 32502
Lek, James Henry-------------- ---- P.O. Box 46, Pensacola 32502


Mae*HN, Richar- .--------------- 325 S. Palafox St., Pensacola 3250
Manhig, Ula L (E)--------- 1442 Markan Dr., NE., Atlanta, G. 3030
Marshall, Sam M.---------- 325 S. Palafox St., Pensacola 3250
Meerimo, Wll IL--, P.o. Box 46, Pensacola 3250
Niabdk, Hery L., Jr.--- P.O. Box 460, Fort Walton Beach 3254
Nelie, Carton ---- ..-401 N. Baylen St., Pensacola 3250
Od Harod R ......--- ------ P.O. Box 1041, Savannah, Ga. 3140
Parker, mCht A.----. -----. -P.O. Box 702, Panama City 3240
Ricks, or L--. -_ ......... P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach 3254
Simpeon, Willam D.------- --.-..P.O. Box 928, Pnwcola 3250
SInddlar, Frank J.--------- ----P. Box 2158, Penuaola 3250
Smith, Madevill, Jr.--- --... -1308 Ros Court, Panama City 3240
Week" Ro ge 0------..--.. 425 E. Gregory St., Pensacola 3250


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Petman, Jul S. ., Jr..---.. 2925 Navy Blvd., Pnsacola 32505 Wool, KeeIdt Howard------......P.O. Box 46, Pensacola 3250

ASSOCIATES
Allen, Marvsi------- ---- --- 378 Circd Lane, Gulf Breee 32561 Stk, James I------ .--_---P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach 3254
Fri, F. ...---------------2520 Wyffe Drive, Pnsacola 32504 Strser, Caroive------------...... P.O. Box 46, Pensacola 3250
Pela, Deve ------------P.O. Box 1030, Fort Walton Beach 32548 Wody, Osar, Jr.------------1326 E EEllyson Road, Pensacola 3250







Florida South Chapter

OFFICERS
PRESIDENT . ... .WALTER S. KLEMENTS
VICE PRESIDENT . ... C. FRASUER KNIGHT
SECRETARY . .... STANLEY GLASGOW
TREASURER . . HENRY A. RICCIO


CORPORATE
Abram, Mo...---.--_-- 975 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach 33140
Aosta, Herado-----.-- .... 11 Salamanca Ave., Coral Gables 33134
Aon, George J., Jr..- ---..2587 Bayahore Drive,Miami 33133
Albry, Gordon Millad, Jr.---- 4240 Ingraham Hwy., Miami 33133
Anderson, Joh A, Jr..--__ ...__ 9395 S.W. 174 St.,Miami33157
AntMladhk, Ylls ...--------- 444 S.W. 18 Road, Miami 33129
Arango Jorgo -..--- -3141 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove 33133
Areld, Scott B.--.----------- .7550 Red Road, South Miami 33143
Banett, Lesle M.....------ ----P 0 Box 2606, Marathon Shores 33052
Barth, Alf Otte.__...--------7581 SW. 58 St, Miami33143
Ba*, J. VI-at-..... ... 1255 Wet 49 Place, Hialeah 33012
Baixer, Edward H.------------- -P.O. Box 677, Miami 33125
Bell Lawry M.__-- .... 6703 S.W. 130 Terr.,Miami 33156
Beoae, Joe P. Jr .---- 400 N.E. 180 Dr., North Miami Beach 33162
Begamaci, AdnWay-__ .1460 Brikell Ave., Room 30, Mianmi33131
ek, Samus L__ ......... 11101 LW. 88 Ct., Miam 33156
Blam, Carl H.._......- -...1258 S.W. 3 St., Miami 33125
Boerema, Robert J....- -...... .. ..2971 Cor Way, Miami 33145
BSnaell, Jake Emille Jr.-.--- 8820 S.W. 43 St., Mami 33165
Boterse, Doald R ------ -- 2575 So. Bayhore Dr., Miami 33133
Irade, Pht I.--- 5952 S.W. 70 St., South Miami 33143
Branke, James L..... Engneering BIdg., U. of M., Coral Gables 33124
Breakstoe, Artlr L..-------5904 S. Dixie Hwy., South Miami 33143
Brown, Henry Jr._...._ ..17639 S. Dixie Hwy., Perrine 33157
Browne, Robert radfd..------..2701 S. Bayhore Dr., Miami 33133
BrEa, Thms A. (1) .- ---- .8300 Old Cuter Rd., Miami 33143
Baham, Herbert M.----.------1497 Alta Vista Dr., Vista, Calif. 92083
Camwer, Edward Irvin*al_-------__.----40 N.E. 54 St., Miami 33137
Caudemo, Hrle F.----- --- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
Caanemn Afonm A.------- -545 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 33131
Chen eig, Jel --------- 71 N.W. 54 St., Miaml 33127
Chamteg, IJule P. .---- --- ..71 NW. 54 St., Miami 33127
Chekd James H- --- ----- --543 N.E 67 St., Miami 33138


MEMBERS
Clarh, Robrt W.------------------ ..101 N.W. 12 Ave., Miami 3312
Cohe, Srt-- -..........765 S.W. 142 St.,Miami 3315
Cook, CaryBr enld. 1140 N.E. 163 St., Suite 21, No. Miami Beach 3316
Coeat, Jo M.- ------ 2575 S Bayshore Dr., Miami 3313
Cotteran, Charde J...-------1711 Columbus Blvd., Coral Gables 3313
Craml Edward .--------------.... 9300 S.W. 99 St., Miami 3315
Crmplra, Chares L.------ -_- 19411 N.W. 23 Ct., Opa Locks 3305
Dav, Stephen M.......------- 4704 S. Leune Rd., Coral Gables 3314
Deen, James-.--_..-- -. 7500 Red Rd, South Miami 3314
DeKonebon, Victor .....-6075 Sunset Dr., South Miami 3314
DISIeltro, Leeard J.-- ---- .6915 Red Rd., South Miami 3314
Drexer, Semour ... 255 University Dr., Coral Gables 3313
Dutkl Howard L .------------1100 N.E. 125 St., North Miami 3316
Egtkbff, Aneld W, Jr. .......13005 San Mateo, Coral Gable 3313
Fet, lbert lM. -----. 2212 Biscayne Blvd, Miami 3313
Felo, Jese.---__ -------- 1211 S.W. 97 Ct., Mami3314
Feber, Harvey Charls---------- 16499 N.E. 19 Ave., Rm. 214
N. Miami Beach 3316
Fereadlee, Andnew J., FAIA.........2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 3313
Fergsn, James E, Jr....4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 3314
bert ...............269 Girad Ave., Coral Gables 3313
Fak, N. Ge (8)__------ 7710 S.W. 60 Ave., Miami 3314
emmbg, Bryan ------ 127 Dupont Bldg., Miami 3313
Fefas, Dona ------------ 550 Brickell Ave., Miami 3313
Free, Robet K .--------------- 40 N.E. 54 St., Miami 3313
Fo, J. Ae ()l-------- 1900 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 3319
Galagr, Regs -.... 5 North Ave., Suite 2, Kingston 10, Jama
aland, James L ----PO. Box 677, Miami 3312
Gelge, Anstl ()---- ---... 630 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach 3313
Gald ang G. Richard-. .1712 N.E. 16 Ave., Fort Lauderdle 3330
GeatMe, Jk e T.----------- --. .1790 W. 79 St., Hialeh 3301:
Gal, dw M.W .---------- 7915 S.W. 128 St., South Miami 3315
b Frederlek A.....-------- 927 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach 3314

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Floida South Chapter / Continued
Oiler, Chadle..- ... ..__4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami 33127
Oler, man.. ..... 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach 33140
Glagow, Sltanley--- 4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33146
Goodman, Marrt D._. 82 Knutsford Blvd., Kingston 5, Jamaica
Gottfried, Theodr---- 3298 Mary St., Coconut Grove 33133
Grafto, u Edwa 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
rbislaw, JoWn 0__.--- ... 550 Brkkell Ave., Miami 33131
Gessmae, Mlri---- 420 Lincoln Rd.,Mlmi Beach 33139
G s.x, Sariqe .------ P.O. Box 13171, Santurce, Puerto Rico
Haley, Cwl L.-------214 Alhambra Circle Coral Gable 33146
Hal, Ha ld ( -... .... 8 Cantrbury Rd., MobI*, Ala. 36619
Mardety, Alfred M. T--.... Cate Tinto No. 1701, Rio Pidras Heights,
Rio Pkdras, Puerto Rico 00926
Haudwik, WillMam Jr. P.O. Box 301, Hom Calif. 92343
Harry, Malo C ..__ ... 4702 S. LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables 33146
ather, T -----------5768 Sunset Dr., South Miami 33143
Hir, Bernard C.......-1300 N.E. 26 Ave., Fort Lauderdala 33304
Hit, Lewi M. ...--..__..-.13500 S.W. 74 Place, Miami 33149
HIaed, QGeoe J.. ----....- 1600 N.W. Leeune Road. Miami 33126
iehalte, Jan---.... .--- ....7955 S.W. 132 St., Miami 33156
lHover, Jeph---------.....10240 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 33154
Hersey, rv .....------------i1192 N.E. 91 Trr., Miami 33138
Hote 0. K., Jr....420 Dixie Hwy, Suite 4-A, Coral Gables 33146
Huden, Gaorge C .....---..- 6830 S.W. 76 Terr., Miami 33143
Hmphry, Pred M.------ 186 Westwood Dr., Miami Springs 33166
Ihrig, Donald Keith .------8790 S.W. 125 Terr., Miami 33156
Ives, S Martin (E) .. ....-2000 S.W. 16 Terr., Miami 33145
Jacks, Emoy L.-- Rt.e 1, Box 138, Horse Shoe, North Carolina 28742
Johnso, HMfert H, FAIA----------. 550 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131
Jobae, Vesm_------------- -----250 N.E. 18 St., Miami 33132
Jakie, James W. Jr...----------6819 Barquera Ave., Coral Gables 33146
Klkamp, Beurad ()---------....2100 N.E. 38 St., Lighthouse Pt..
Pompano Beach 33064
Klts, Waler L...- ...-3127 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33134
Knig, C. rener- ---------2971 Coral Way, Miami 33145
Knght, Howard ()_---_ 214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 33146
Koree, Irvi ____. ......721 N.W. 21 Ct., Miami 33125
KoRbkl, SM ey L.---------- __... 8410 Bird Rd., Miami 33155
Kramt, Mauie (4 -)__400 King's Pt. Dr., Apt 1023, Miami Beach 33160
Kreman, M. Le l ().. f .2288 N.E. 173 St., North Miami Beach 33160
Kre, Samel, PAIA-.... 1600 N.W. LeJeune Rd., Miami 33126
Kuhavy, Alexander .-- Kosin, Eberplatz 1, Germany Wet
Lak, David ugene..-------- 600 S.W. 83 Ave., Miami 33143
Lamp, Vemen D. 1909 N.W. 14 St., Miami 33125
LaMdrMo, Cl ford Free-man .---- 2471 N.W. 21 Terr., Miami 33142
Lee Jam Domauld ._---- ....4431 Comalla Dr., Miami 33133
Levin, RIhdu M..-----.. ...1034 Eucdid Ave., Miami Beach 33139
Lndbld, 3t ------------ __ 721 N.W. 21 Ct., Miami 33125
Lile, Rebut M., PAIA---. .... 2180 Brickll Ave., Miami 33129
ULtle, tephn Cert.---.. 4504 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 33146
Laoadle, Chares IK_,. .._2801 S.W. 22 Ave., Mlami 33133
LyJe, Jmn M._-. -- ....3135 S.W. 3 Ave., Miami 33129
Lykh, Geeffrey L ..-- 4.. 4405 S.W. 64 Ct., Miami 33155
Lyakey, Jame L. ..------- 3325 S.W. 97 Ct., Miami 33165
Maddean Thomas J., Jr........----. 240 N.E. 17 St., Miami 33132
Maney, Markesn FAIA (E) --.....P.O. Box 587, Miami 33133
Marisan, Alfred L.--------- 20600 N.E. 20 Ct., Miami 33162
Marmersta, er- ------..... P.O. Box 766, Curundu, Canal Zone
Maylad, J. B u-mam......--9801 S.W. 70 Ave., Miami 33156
McCoy, Chare Everett, Jr...----- 200 Hilton Haven, Key West 33040
MeKeeu D&orohy .-P.O. Box 407, Coconut Grove 33133
Meo, Hwad Ivy, Jr... ------- .3904 8raganza Ave, Miami 33133
Merram, WIaem 1H..----- -.401 Coral Way, Coral Gables 33134
MiM, Ri-del. -135 North 5 St., Alhambra, Calif. 91801
Mle, Alexander Q. (I)-- ---5784 S.W. 31 St., Miami 33155
Mier, Kennet R dseL-.. 3139 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove 33133
Meoers Alvi I. () .... .....-1504 18 Trrace, Key West 33040
Murphy, Wliam Cook___. 6705 S.W. 88 St., Apt. 311, Miami 33156
Noe, Cl C., Jr-......- -.... .550 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131
Nm, Jame M, Jr.-- .--... -1145 N.E. 133 St., North Miami 33161
Oppehe r, Otto .----------....... 7233 S.W. 57 Ct., Miami 33143
Owen*, Welme 4r, J..---...19006 N.W. 10 Ave., Miami 33169
Poea, Reeoe W.-- .. ------- 00 Sunrise Dr., Key Biscayn 33149
Pacoaist, Lterd C_._- --.2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Mami 33133
PanoaIs, amese T., FAIA.---_. 2575 S. Baylhor Dr., Miami 33133
ParI, H. Maxwell- .420 S. Dixie Hwy., Suite 4-A, Coral Gables 33146
Parker, AIfred Brownpg, PAIA__ .. -2921 S.W. 27 Ave., Miami 33133

PROFESSIONAL
Daniel, Hoamer F..----- ------ 133-35 S.W. 83 Ct., Miami 33156
Dekr, Harold Carl.-----------. ---P.O. Box 59-2056, Miami 33157
Gord, Jsoe, JrI... .....__3260 N.W. 169 Tor., Opa Locke 33054
Hobet, pa-__- ------8600 E Dixie Hwy., Miami 33138
reI W m C..._ .....-- ..1032 Coral Way, Coral Gables 33134

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Pamelee, Dean......-------- 1222 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 33133
Pawley, Cbheue Harrim ....-_2701 S. Bayshor Dr., Miami 33133
Peeriman, Phl_--_ 1190 N.E. 163 St., North Miami Beach 33162
Pemey, Harry L....------ --------- 6075 Sunmt Dr., Miami 33143
PlUhe, J. Mare.- -.....1190 N.E. 125 St., North Miami 33161
PIr, Gerard. ---.. .4375 Ingraham Hwy., Miami 33133
Poei .ky, lu AFAA......- P.O. Box 1948, Estes Park, Col. 80517
Puder, Smuel M_.. -- ---6601 S.W. 80 St., Miami 33143
Qlgley, Jauk C 975 N.E. 132 St., North Miami 33161
lamow Lemuel.. ....---2103 LeJene Rd., Coral Gables 33134
Red, Geoge F.-- ..-3148 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove 33133
aWff, Do___. 1854 N.E 164 St., North Miami Beach 33162
Reoer, Palt L._ _. .... 1000 N.W. 28 Ave, Miami 33125
Ramp, Edward T.-__ 1100 Ponce do Lon Blvd., Coral Gables 33134
Renner, Jea A.------ -------- 7300 S.W. 36 St., Miami 33155
Renskober, Jeesh G.-------.. --462 S. Dixie Hwy, Coral Gables 33146
Rie, Hery A...___.. ..1400 N.E. 125 St., North Miami 33161
RIlhter, Charles L. -------------- --1431 E. 4 Ave, Hialeah 33012
Rlde, Doaid _...----------- 10700 Caribbean Blvd., Miami 33157
RobbMs, Fred L -- 1----------1102 Dupont Plaza, Miam 33131
Rbben, Ronald W..-------- 2308 Segovia Circle, Coral Gables 33134
ee, mron Stewart.--.-----.... -- 5751 S.W. 15 St., Miami 33144
Ross, Ain Sted-rt--.. ..... .. 107 S.E 7 St., Miami 33131
Rvell Donald..-------4130 Braganza Ave., Coconut Grove 33133
Russell, T. Tlp, FAIA_--... P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Sta, Miami 33145
Salmn, Gerard ---- ---------- 8331 SW. 14 St., Miami 33144
Sarle Caelmstie 4------5911 Michelangelo Ave., Coral Gables 33146
Savage, Hmbert Rer. ...----------P.O. Box 280, Miami 33145
Sa ng, Jerm ,.......--_ ... 1270 N.E. 102 St., Miami 33138
ShmiL er, Reuben __.--. ...1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah 33010
Schie, aR J. (Et) ----......1431 Flamngo Way, Hialeah 33010
Severe, Gden_ --------------- 2971 Coral Way, Miami 33145
Siom, Robert M..- ------ -14535 NE. 5 Ct., North Miami 33161
Shefln, rank ......-- ----- 8760 N.E. 2 Ave., Miam 33138
mberd A. J. 1-----....630 Alfred I. Dupont Bdg., 169 E. Flagler St.,
Miami 33131
Simmons, Jery P.-- ---------1777 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 33132
Shoboff, Michaell ------------ 5250 S.W. 84 St., Miami 33143
Skee, Nrma A...----------- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
Srip, Uiardu J..-----------------.2973 Coral Way, Miami 33143
Snyder, Wald J, II, FAIA. .---. 1177 N.E. 79 St., Miami 33138
Speae Roy W., Jr ...- ----....-- 10520 S.W. 125 St., Miami 33156
Spill, Peter.. .....-- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr, Miami 33133
Stames, Ead M. ---------------462 S. Dbie Hwy., Coral Gables 33146
Steward, Harod -------------102 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami 33131
Sup, Wray -.......1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gable 33134
Swam, Joeph 0.------------4700 LeJeune Rd, Coral Gables 33146
Swarlw g, Rbert _.. ........-4014 Chase Ave., Miami Beach 33140
Swedrole Robert M.--------3700 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach 33140
Sweet, John L......- --------9251 S.W. 59 St., Miami 33143
Tanner, JM R. (E) ...- --- 4460 Royal Palm Ave, Miami Beach 33140
Telesa, Prans E -- -------------- 1451 Brlckell Ave., Miami 33131
Treer, Kenth..-------.--.-----. -- 655 N.W. 60 St., Miami 33137
Trim, Henry .------------------ 101 S.E. 7 St., Miami 33131
Tripp, John A .. .. ....------ 2973 Coral Way, Miami 33143
Taemy, WMiam ..-_..._----2346 Douglas Rd., Coral Gables 33134
Valardes, Rem .....----------- P.O. Box 971, Coral Gables 33134
Vann, Chaies H.--, .1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33134
Van, Leyd F..----- ------- 101 N.W. 12 Ave., Miami 33128
Vensel James L ------------------_.P.O. Box 280, Miami 33145
Virkle, Vlandmir L .-- --- -- ... 5400 S.W. 92 St., Miami 33156
Visa, Donald LR. .--------.----. 7521 S.W. 58 St., Miami 33143
Walker, freeman L..--------------- 950 S.W. 22 Rd., Miami 33129
Watmen, rank I., FAIA---___-. 1600 N.W. LeJune Rd., Miami 33126
Waton, Robt L ......--...99 N.L 118 St., North Miami 33161
Weakley, Raymond () -------- -3280 S.W. 17 Ave., Miami 33133
Weed, Robert Law----------------550 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131
Weldmeyer, Wiltem (E).---- 118 Antiquera Ave., Coral Gables 33134
Wdmletb, Marie S,--350 Lincoln Rd., Suite 316-18, Miami Beach 33139
Wet, Robert Can ---- 6915 Red Rd., Suite 210, South Mami 33143
Wooster, Sbleay O., Jr-.... .- ..1800 Coral Way, Miami 33145
Wright, Cas Bennett---..... 18690 Belmont Dr., Miami 33157
Wrigt, Mray .--------.....4700 Leeune Rd., Coral Gables 33146
Winut, Warne C.----. 1130 N.E. 201 Ter., North Mami Beach 33160
Yaw Eugene------. ....- 1440 S.W. 102 Place, Miami 33144
ohar, te .. ......-------- 924 Lincoln Rd. Mall, Miami Beach 33139


ASSOCIATES
Lane, Far Jerome- ------- 10341 S.W. 156 St., Miami 33157
Pollea, Richard S.-- ...740 N.E. 178 Terr., North Miami Beach 33162
Richadon, W. David, Jr.. 6435 S. Mitchell Manor Circle, Miami 33156
Walker, SMUr M..--..- .. 311 Lncoln Rd., Miami Beach 33139







Florida South Chapter / Continued
ASSOCIATES
Alen, Barle J.------------4061 Ventura Ave., Coconut Grove 33133 Klase, Edwin L---------------------520 N.E. 110 Terr., Miami 3316
Andews, Willm D.--------- 4408 S.W. 35 Ave, Fort auderdale 33312 Llorente, ReI .------------------- 2907 S.W. 22 Ave., Miami 3313
Ariso, Lu -------------------------955 S.W. 1 St., Miami 33130 MIer, Are.-----.-----------------2036 S.W. 21 Trr., Miami 3314
Bamelt, Richard ---------.. 2931 Bridgeport Ave., Coconut Grove 33133 Noal, Ernet C......---------.-----316 N.W. 100 Ter., Miami 3315
Bele, James C.------------------15750 S.W. 77 Ave., Miami 33157 Rssell, Wiam A. -------P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Sta, Miami 3314
Fried, Allan ------- 82 DaFrank Dr., Lake Hiawatha, NJ. 07034 Stelger, Martin ---------......1244 Filmore St., Hollywood 3302
Graeld, Reae .______. ..__.. 5327 Johnson St., Hollywood 33021 Stralle, Rof........- Tulane University, New Orean, La. 7011
Hedlead, Ruald.-------------------.6388 S.W. 31 St., Miami 33155 Toland Clyde Harld, Jr..------------- 6203 S.W. 22 St., Miami 3315
Hegel, Carles ..------------.---- 6420 S.W. 132 St., Miami 33156 Tsdmmy, Wam ., Jr...-----------------5215 S.W. 92 St., Miami 3315
eywang, Charles Jr.---------4531 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach 33140 Ventrier Deat ------------------18 West 55 St., Hlaleah 3301
Hutchesen, Robert C.---------------- 8125 S.W. 120 St., Miami 33156



Jacksonville Chapter
OFFICERS
PRESIDENT GEORGE L FISHER
VICE PRESIDENT .JOHN T. BRICKERT
SECRETARY .. ROBERT F. DARBY


TREASURER .

CORPORATE
Adams, John Frankli ()-2427 Camp St., Apt. 11, New Orleans La. 70130
Alford, James Donald- 4077 Woodcock Dr., Suite 200, Jacksonville 32201
Boardmaa Robert L ...---------- -- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Bocklardy, Howard --------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Bker, David .._.------------ 1974 San Marco Blvd., Jacksonville 32207
Blkert, John T...-- .-- 6018 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville 32211
Broadfoot, A. Robert, Jr......---6321 N. Arlington Road, Jacksonville 32211
Broward, Robert C....-------------1922 Felch Ave., Jacksonville 32207
By, Joeeph I.--- -------- -1 11 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 32202
BIlky, Fred W, Jr........---------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
h, Franklin ., FAIA-.---.1320 Coast Une Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Bems, Coa B...-...... P.O. Box B, Wnn-Dlxie, Jacksonville 32203
Burs, Harry Jr. --------1113 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonvlle 32207
Chappell, Logan .... ....1320 Coast Line Bdg., Jacksonville 32202
Clem nt James L. .....-1614 Gulf Life Tower, Jacsonville 32207
Cloe, David M --.....--- ---- 3060 Amelia Drive, Jacksonville 32217
Coons e t, Jr.. ..------- -------850 May St., Jacksonville 32204
Derby, Robert ......------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Drake, Lamar.. ----- --... 206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Drake, W. Kewnyo (I).---.-------237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Dyal, Jok Wesley------------..360 Beach Ave., Atlantic Beach 32003
Ewart, Thomas L, Jr.....-------------P.O. Box 5334, Jacksonville 32207
Fetier, S. Ralph (E) ---------1855 Woodmere Drive, Jacksonville 32210
Fisher, Geege Ryed..---456 University Blvd. North, Jacksonville 32211
Freedma, Norman H.--.-----. -1614 Gulf Ufe Tower, Jacksonville 32207
Frye, AlM D... --- ------------459 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park 32073
Goodwin, Rbet C.--------------4628 Crescent St., Jacksonville 32205
Gordon, W. Stanly--------------206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Gravely, Joh------------- 1012 Florida Title Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Graves, John P----------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Greeley, Melen C, FAIA (L)....6457 Pottlburg Drive, Jacksonville 32211
Gstafte, Relu--.---.---.---- 4012 Ferrarra St., Jacksonville 32217
Ha* J. J ks... ------. -----1045 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 32204
Hardwck, Taylor ------------------ 764 May St., Jacksonville 32204
Headry, Warre C., Jr.-------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
HI, Marvn Clet, Jr............-------------P.O. Box 574, Jacksonville 32201
Hollingsort, F. A. () l--------... 46 Valencia St., St. Augustine 32084
Holloway, Loe C., Jr.--315 11 Avenue North, Jacksonville Beach 32050
Hopkns, Abuer C...-----------. 38 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville 32202
Jackson, Wlam K.----------.1320 Coast Lne Bldg., Jacksonville 32202

PROFESSIONAL
Creahaw, dgar M.----------- 237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Harns, Jseph B-...4077 Woodcock Drive, Suite 214, Jacksonville 32207
K Richard D.----------752 Hawthorne Ave., Elmhurst, 111. 60126
Kellam, Blle W.------.------2019 Sweetbrlar Lane, Jacksonville 32217
Leutld, Dane W.--------- ------764 May St., Jacksonvlle 32204
MaeLea, DeWt Bren...----------2017 Catlin Drive, Jacksonville 32211
Mentyre, Byron--- .------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Morgan Don I. ---------------P.O. Box 57, Keystone Heights 32656
Parks, W. John, IIl- .---------6970 Deauville Road, Jacksonville 32205
Pearson, Richard W., Jr,---------5233 Vassar Road, Jacksonville 32207


. FAUNCE L McCULLY, JR.

MEMBERS
Kem, James 0.-.- 4077 Woodcock Drive, Suite 200, Jacksonville 3220
Kemp, Wgar D.......----- 1320 Coast Line Bdg., Jacksonville 3220
Lee, Robert DInkins---..--.. 1320 Coast Une Bldg., Jacksonville 3220
Leo, W. Maybe.rr.------------------764 May St., Jacksonville 3220
Marsha, Wiliam ---------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 3220
Masters, Ronald Josephb-----------5461 N River Road, Jacksonville 3220
MeCaly, Faune R., Jr.-------4408 Vancouver Drive, Jacksonville 3220
McDonald, James A. .- 8818 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville 3221
Meeha, James A., Jr...-----------P Box 4850, Jacksonville 3220
Morg, Wllm N.--- ------ 1611 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach 3200
PappaC Ted P. ...----.----4833 Colonial Avenue, Jacksonville 3221
Patb, Charles I., Ill .------ 206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 3220
Pnder, Larry Neal .---863 Florida Nat' Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 3220
Pooley, Roy M Jr ..----------------840 Bert Road, Jacksonville 3221
Poadc, Theodore C...------------237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 3220
Powell, Harry C.---------Florida Natl Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 3220
Re*, Frderiek N, Jr....- 6097 Robins Circle South, Jacksonville 3221
Robemr, Stewart..--. --.-Florida Nat'l k ank ldg., Jacksonville 3220
Rumpel, Gee P. L.---------1602 Copeland St., Jacksonville 3220
Savage, Log C---------------1212 River Road, Orange Park 3207
Schuta, Walter ...----------_..--P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 3220
Sprd Hel E., Jr..........----------1932 Landon Ave., Jacksonville 3220
Smer, Frank D......--------7022 Diamond Head Road, Jacksonville 3221
Smth, Albert L-------------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 3220
Smith, Ivan H. ------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 3220
Sed, J. Douglas, Jr.--------- 1649 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville 3220
Stephens WMl L-----------594 S. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 3220
Stevem John Ple ---------- 5059 Arlington Road, Jacksonville 3221
Set James M. -----------504 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 3220
Taylor, Walter Q...--- .--- 1320 Coast Lne Bldg., Jacksonville 3220
Tebett, CoeA ....------_. ---- -238 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 3220
Van Dsen, Fred C ,-------------5676 Colcord Ave., Jacksonville 3221
Veetr, Rihard J.......------------430 E. Adms St., Jacksonville 3220
Warner, Robert A.----------------625 Edison Ave., Jacksonville 3220
Well, Cora Lee -------------105 St. George St., St. Augustine 3208
Wils, Lynwod G. --------------411 E. Monroe St., Jacksonville 3220
Woodruff, Thomas A.-------------7061 Old Kings Road South, Apt. 9
Jacksonville 3221
Zeler, Eml, III......--......-- 1000 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 3220


ASSOCIATES
Prie, James Frank---......- ---- 4566 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 3221
R m Wilam ...........------------111 Glyntea Road, Jacksonville 3221
Shelly, James L-- --------987 Townsend Blvd., Jacksonville 3221
Sm t Alies H...-------- --P.O Box 4850, Jacksonville, 3220
Smith, Jon V. ......-------1782 Mayfair Road, Jacksonville 3221
Th S., Jr.--- -----Florida Nat' Bank 81dg, Jacksonville 3220
Urbans, Do. ...------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 3220
Washer, Norman ......--------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 3220
Wie, Robert C.-------.--------.1943 Rayben Drive, Jacksonville 3221
Woolveto, Robert D.--------.. 1932 Landon Avenue, Jacksonville 3220


ASSOCIATES
Cmme, Wellington W.-1616 Barnett Nat'l Bank Bldg, Jacksonville 32202 ll, Homer, Jr------------------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 3220
Haps, George L.-- 2058 Niblck Drive, Apt. 76, Jacksonville 32210 Juk, Forest A. -----------3762 Rogero Road, Jacksonville 3221
Hawkins, Willam.------ ---1417 Mapleton Road, Jacksonville 32207 LIndsy, Joseph ... ----- 4223 Camellia Circle S.E., Jacksonville 3220
Herndon, F. Harrer. .-------3.103 Belden St., No. 4, Jacksnville 32207 Stiemoe, James A ----------- Drawer B., Jacksonville 3220

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OFFICE BUILDING /winter park
SCHWEIZER ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS






The building was designed as an office for the architect and as a headquarters for
an international corporation. It is situated in downtown Wintcr Park, on a
heavily wooded street, in a residential area slowly being developed by commercial
interests into a professional center. Because of the restricted site and need for
adequate parking facilities, a two-story building was found desirable.
Program requirements for the building were extremely restrictive. Each of the
spaces within was designed for a specific use and its functional relationship to
other areas of work was extremely important. Nonnal flow of work is reflected in
the plan arrangement of spaces, and strict adherence to program requirements has
resulted in excellent facilities for both offices.
Materials for the structure were carefully selected to reflect the design philosophy
of the architect. Concrete masonry, treated with a scale which allows expression
of natural color tones of the material, was used extensively as both interior and
exterior finishes. Paneling was used to add wannth to various areas. Vinylizcd
burlap wall covering, applied to soft backing, is used extensively throughout the
building for a finished wall surface which serves as a tackboard. Acoustical tile
ceilings and carpet flooring were used to control noise within spaces. Proper
lighting was an essential design consideration. The lighting system, both fluores-
cent and incandescent, was given special emphasis in areas where the longest
periods of concentrated work occur. These areas are lighted by the luminous
ceiling panels, shielded with louvered cggcrate or polarized diffusers. North light
is introduced into the drafting room by means of the specially designed steel
clerestories, adding perceptibly to the visual comfort.
Certain limited use areas serve both offices: The conference room and exterior
deck adjacent, a dark-room facility, storage vault and a sauna with a shower and
dressing area.
The two-story relief sculpture of red tidewater cypress, seen as one enters over
the wooden foot bridge, presents distinct textural surface in contrast to the
masonry masses which surround it.
Decorative accessories, landscaping and furnishings were carefully considered.
Furnishings for the architects offices were specially designed. Normal chair-
height drafting boards have proven quite effective and provide a more spacious
work area. The building is a positive statement of the architect's philosophy; an
informal, vet highly organized, professional facility which reflects the commit-
ment of tlie firm to contemporary work.


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GEORGE SMATHERS PLAZA/miami
ROBERT BRADFORD BROWNE AIA/ARCHITECT


A seventeenth century commentator once said, "Best building hath three quali-
ties which are: commodity, firmness, and delight." A hardnosed twentieth
century requirement of Public Housing is that it also meet the budget. Therefore
we can say that function (or "commodity") and structure strength' (or "firm-
ness") and beauty (or "delight") have a fourth companion; economy, and that
these four qualities produce architecture ("best building").
To satisfy "commodity" and "delight" it was accepted as mandatory in the
design of Florida 5-18 that each apartment, though small, would be cross
ventilated and lighted naturally in a balanced manner. Thus each room has at
least two exposed walls and windows in them for light and air and all kitchens
are naturally lighted and ventilated.
Offset exterior walls are the result of combining units meeting this requirement.
Further, to admit light and air to the corridors which serve the units, it was
necessary that certain offsets become slots open to central corridors. To control
solor radiation in windows, standardized for economy, tinted glass and deep
reveals were introduced. The longer irregular perimeter thus produced while
serving well the quality of "firmness" would ordinarily defeat the quality of
economy, unless in combination there was a balance achieved between the two.
Also finishes must be considered.
The solution is a poured concrete building complex, in which structure, form and
finish are combined in a single building operation. Because each set of forms has
many reuses, and because those forms are designed to be moved in huge com-
pleted assemblies, the penalty for a greater perimeter is absorbed. Furthermore,
because of this system; curves and angles could also be introduced to wall surfaces
without penalty. By their introduction "firmness" could more precisely be satis-
fied and most important "delight."
Beauty in these buildings would be light. The gradations of light on curved sur-
faces which are "firm" and which also compensate for the mechanical imper-
fections of the system. The differences of light intensity on flat and angular
surfaces contrasting with deep shadows and the strong irregular vertical rhythm
of the window slots and corridor openings these are the elements of an archi-
tecture of light the simplest and most appropriate and therefore delightful
solution.
These concrete walls are stained and will be allowed to weather. The patina of
the ageing concrete and the light from the sum are the buildings' only adorn-
ment. Interior walls are furred, plastered and painted, permitting economical
renewal of surfaces subject to harder use and closer scrutiny. Other finishes are
simple and durable; plastic faced cabinets and floors in the living units, tile in
showers, hardware the ruggedest, not the fanciest. Economical vertical chases are
provided for mechanical and electrical distribution. Fixtures are rugged and
simple.
Regarding the site, a basic requirement of zoning was the preservation of a
maximum amount of open park like space for both tenants and community. The
intention of the PHA Program as defined by law and budget are necessarily
minimum. Sizes of individual apartments and their appointments must be
appropriate to that intent. The program, however, does provide for the develop-
ment of adjunct community spaces including open landscaped grounds. The site
arrangement of a 13 story apartment tower, a 6 story apartment slab and a single
story community building, acidentally enriched by the use of the same building
system developed for the larger structures, permitted a maximum of open space
but accomplished it with a satisfying sense of containment and unity.
The concept of the entire system of building and its site is thus made to serve
the four significant ends of its users and nothing is wasted.
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Why Choose

All-Electric Building Design?

Because it saves dollars
and makes sense. Plenty of both.

ALL-ELECTRIC buildings-regardless of size or design-are more
economicalto build, own and operate. It'safact. No ifs,ands or buts.
Cooling and heating by flameless electricity is considerably
cheaper. You can forget about costly boilers, stacks and steam
piping. Eliminating the boiler room and fuel storage facilities
gains profit-productive space.
Upkeep is simplified. Flameless electricity leaves no com-
bustion by-products. Interiors stay cleaner longer. Redecorating
costs are cut.
The buildings shown typify the increasing role of electricity-
the energy of progress-in year-round air conditioning, cooking,
water heating, and modern lighting.
There's no denying, it costs less to go all-electric than to
use a combination of services. Proved by plenty of "case histories"
in our files.

THE MOST MODERN BUILDINGS
WEAR THESE AWARDS





They identify a building which is electrically modern today-
and will stay modern in the all-electric future.





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i Wi: i.it.Cowan. Engineer: D. L Britt Aabelates, Inc.;
,:t,:i Conltfctor: .Hanmilon..Eklrict: Gnera Con-
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
JOSEPH PETER D'AZZO
Rt. 3, Box 94, Lot 6
Gainesville, Florida 32601
Telephone: 462-9660
CHARLES M. TONER, JR.
304-11 Diamond Village
Gainesville, Florida 32601
Telephone: 378-6098
MIKE SKOGLUND
1435 S. Miami Rd.
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Telephone: None
or
304-5 S. W. 3rd Street
Gainesville, Florida 32601
Telephone: 376-4329
HERBERT A. PECHT, JR.
704 S. W. 16th Ave. #315
Gainesville, Florida 32601
Telephone: 378-4678
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
GORDON GILBERT
81 East 53 Terrace
Hialeah, Florida
Telephone: 688-0113
TED HOFFMAN
2785 S. W. 14 Street
Miami, Florida
Telephone: 445-1686
EUGENIO M. SANTIAGO
1420 S. W. 14 Terrace
Miami, Florida
Telephone: 373-3892
LUIS A. MARICHAL
P. O. Box 8081
University of Miami Branch
Miami, Florida
Telephone: 221-5133
PAT CLEMENTE
5791 S. W. 74 Terrace
South Miami, Florida
Telephone: 661-4731
GUILLERMO OLMEDILLO
4871 S. W. 7 Street
Miami, Florida
or
Apartado 6650
Caracas, Venezuela
Telephone: 448-9552


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Mid-Florida Chapter

OFFICERS
PRESIDENT . ... CLIFFORD W. WRIGHT
VICE PRESIDENT .... . .. .B. P. HARTERII
SECRETARY . . ALAN B. BERMAN
TREASURER . . .. PAUL G. ZELONES

CORPORATE MEMBERS


Arhr, All E Jr. 305 N. Fern Creek Ave., Orlando 32803
Ba a on, LoLe (I ---L- Reservr Lake, Sanford 32771
Bam, Ala Bee- .... 723 E Colonial Drive, Orlando 32803
Bai4e, Io A, IV----. P.O. Box 938, Sanford 32771
Co., WUi A.._ 3.... 05 N. Fern Creek Ave, Orlando 32803
D*Loe, f. Bai (Ei) -- --.... P.O. Box 7518, Orlando 32804
DeLeo, JoMh P.---- Constnction Services, USOE, 50 Seventh St. N.E.,
Room 404, Atlanta, G. 30323
DyE, Jo- dward-- ___ ..255 E. Swope, Winter Park 32789
Pugleherg, Lyle P._ ....404 Barclay Drive, Winter Park 32789
earge, Lel Charl-- ...... 613 West Dxie Ave, Leesburg 32748
Goodwel David L._-- _.1008 Dupont Ave., Winter Park 32789
Hampten, D ad _-------.._ 1420 Gene St, Winter Park 32789
Har e, Bernad Paul1 3615 Ridgemont Road, Orlando 32808
Haton, L. A ..---------P.O. Box 6367, Orlando 32803
Heady, Wayne D0. ...........3200 Chelsea Ave., Orlando 32803
Hendrik, Charde L--- --..35 E. New England, Langford Apts.,
Winter Park 32789
HIt, Lmames W. (E)-- _189 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park 32789
Helifled, John Arnld...... 2331 Randall Road, Winter Park 32789
Hu T --------..235 Whitter Circle, Winter Park 32806
Jehsme, Harold W.-------. P.O. Box 771, Winter Garden 32787
Jo, Jack Radd----- --- 712 Boyloton St., Leesburg 32748
Keley, IlU N.--..Sanford Atlantic Natl Bank Bldg., Sanford 32771
Langley, Joh B..--..------ P.O. Box 729, Wnter Park 32789


Laatka, Mao nr----------- 1153 Washington Ave., Winter Park 32789
Leveleek, Ralph P.------------ ---P.O. Box 730, Winter Park 32789
Mmphy, Robet -- ---- --1210 Edgewater Drive, Orlando 32804
Oerade, Richad J ------- 3413 Jamison Drive, Apopka 32703
Owle, ed .....---------_... 1810 W. Colonial, Orlando 32804
Pasese, Cha H. --......---- 18 N. Stewart Ave., Kissimmee 32741
Roag, Jameu Gamble, II--- .----..... P.O. Box 730, Winter Park 32789
Rege Richard Beae------------ 511 N. Mills Ave., Orlando32803
kSeweblr, Mark, Jr.-----------174 Canstock Ave., Winte Park 32789
Sewelesw, Ni M... .174 Comtock Ave. W., Winter Park 32789
Sheim F -. ....--- .... 206 Park Ave. S., Winter Park 32789
Shmal, Jeeph M..-- ---.1.10 Morse Blvd., Winter Park 32789
, Wythe Dav, II-------------1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park 32789
StIggi, Hl...----- _____-- -- 729 N. Thornton, Orlando 32803
Thomas, Edward Laee --. -------.1401 Edgewater Drive, Orlando 32804
Totle, Geere A., J. ------- 1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park 32789
Wald, Carle Bra d---------- --.P.O. Box 7774, Orlando 32804
Waorlner, Ct ...... 116 S. Park Ave., Winter Park 32789
Watu, mJo T .... ---------. .P.O. Box 8006, Orlando 32806
Webb, Robert I, Jr.--- ------- P.O. Box 967, Maltland 32751
Whitwetr Hemry P. (1)-----------P.O. Box 685, Winter Park 32790
Wes Mrk Leard-------- P.O. Drawer K, Winter Park 32790
Wright, lffrd W....----. .1460 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Par 32789
Zeeame, Paul GMard _7040 Lake Ellnor Drive, Suite 114, Orlando 32809


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Blackman, Brme......----------1718 Lakeside Drive, Orlando 32803 Shive, Claude W............------------ 2838 Lionhear Road, Winter Park 32789
HdmUa, Ala C-------- -- -2943 Lolissa Lane, Maltland 32751 Tabb, Creght, Jr..--------------- 1029 Alba Drive, Orlando 32804
L pel, o L-- -- ..250 Park Ave. North, Winter Park 32789 Iahfer, Eai C.------------1508 Highland Road, Winter Park 32789

ASSOCIATES
Bell, WBalem LE. -.. .800 Delaney Park Drive, Orlando 32806 Pers, Sara------------------1717 Flamingo Drive, Orlando 32803
Hefele, Raymond II---..2117 Brookview Drive, Winter Park 32789 Piemm, Robet .......---- 1010 E. Livingston St., Orlando 32803
Koch, Robert A.-... __-1370 Canterbury Road, Winter Park 32789 Rameve lea S. Kelt, V----.--_ .255 Sylvan Blvd., Winter Park 32789
McDanlel, John L------------5219 Ashwood Place, Orando 32808






Brevard County Section Mid-Florida Chapter

OFFICERS
PRESIDENT .. .RAYMOND L POYNTER, JR
VICE PRESIDENT .. .GEORGE M. MEGGINSON
SECRETARY .. WAYNE P. MYERS
TREASURER ... CLYDE ALBERT ALLEN


CORPORATE
Allen, Cde Albert- ---------350 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach 32931
BIelto, Frank------.--------- 1417 Dixon Blvd., Cocoa 32922
D'Ammee, Henry ---------- 619 W. Peachtree St., Cocoa 32924
Domp, Alexander G., Jr.-...--_---. 744 Singleton Ave., Titusville 32780
Garman, Rnald D..-----------------P.O. Box 1132, Eau Gallie 32935
Godfrey, Mr. Jam H...-----..... ..P.O. Box 1468, Tituvlle 32780
Hirshberg, Hbert Simon, Jr.----------..P.O. Box 458, Titusvl3le 32780
Keotur Am J.---....Palm House, Apt. 128-C, Court St, Titusville 32780


E MEMBERS
Lenms, Rkiard Leeol...------2222 S. Washington Ave., Titusvlle 32780
MeogLinl Oerge Maurie--. 2222 S. Washington Ave., Titusville 32780
Myes, Wayne P......--- 500 Hamilton Circle, Merritt Island 32952
Poyeter, Raymead R., Jr.-- _-- .P.O. Drawer K, Cocoa Beach 32931
Stag, Rchard T..- ----. P.O. Box 1151, Cocoa Beach 32931
Taylor, Rhodee F...- --- .....Route 2, Box 69, Melbourne 32901
SThompsm, Donald .-.. .----------P.O. Box 458, Titusvlle 32780
Wdlfma, Ernet--------- --- P.O. Box 1134, Merritt Island 32952


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES
Garland, Jame L ---------------------P.O. Box 844, Cocoa 32923 Melvi, Jame T.---------------2383 Apache Drive, Eau Gllle 32935

ASSOCIATES
Hen, L. Edward .---------.------1654 Caldwell, South Daytona 32018 P* It Lawrence .----------------.- 712 Thomas Ave., Coco 32922


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Palm Beach Chapter

OFFICERS
PRESIDENT .. ... HOWARTH L LEWIS
VICE PRESIDENT ..... RUDOLPH M. ARSENICOS
SECRETARY . .. CHARLES L TOTH
TREASURER . .. .WILLIAM UPTHEGROVE


CORPORATE
Anrmntre DeonalM L.-tRouRte 1, Box 583, Stuart 33494
Anmleo Rudol M..-_ 321 Northake Blvd., North Palm Beach 33403
Baber, Dwight L.-..----- 604 Hudson Road, West Palm Beach 33405
Bemntt Ames...--_ -- 361 S. County Road, Palm Beach 33482
lake, RIb.t F.----------...1045 E Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach 33444
rae nd, Wiham W. ..206 Arlington Road, West Palm Beach 33405
Caler, Kemp- ...-.-378 S. County Road, Palm Beach 33482
Chteet H, wd ..- .....446 Brazilian Ave., Palm Beach 33482
arr PMIp L. (E). -... 6010 S. Olive Ave, West Palm Beach 33405
Co, Cester A.-.-- -------------216 N.W. 16 St., Belle Glad 33430
Coea, Robbin L. (El -. -------322 N.W. 16 St., Delray Beach 33444
Dai*, Se C ...-.--- P.O. Box 1000, Boyntan Beach 33435
D Vae, Dhald J.......---------- 1219 Tropical Drive, Lake Worth 33460
DIff, Dld------------ 35 Bcayne Drive, West Palm Beach 33401
Dueam, C. U..- ...P.O. Box 695, Vero Beach 32960
Ige, D d m t .._ ---Phipps Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach 33482
Fuller, Reed ........... 240 Ahworth Road, West Palm Beach 33405
Gedmaeial Joeb B....._ _. 681 Cold Springs Lane, Chamblee, Ga. 30005
eine shle, rephe J.225 Peruvian Ave., Room 105-107, Palm Beach 33482
Hammei, He alk C., FAIA (i)-702 N. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach 33444
Haman, Richard T. ----------------534 N.E. 2 St., Delray Beach 33444
Harden, F. Jack-------------7980 Edgewater Drive, Lake Clarke Shores,
West Palm Beach 33406
Hard, Henry K-... .....-- 318 Royal Poinciana Plaza, Palm Beach 33480
Hlley, Maul L E.---- -3713 So. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach 33405
Jaeeonb ene_.. Boyd Bidg., Daray Beach 33444
Johkbon, Duene yV-72 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach 33444
Johose, Willam IR-207 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
Lawmm e, CEge JIr. ... 205 Worth Ave., Palm Beach 33482
Lewl, Howarth I. Jr ... 400 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
Marlon, Joe I B. ---- -------. 230 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
MeCalt, Howard -211 S.E. 1 Ave, Boca Raton 33432
Mea, Ralph ., SJr.----_1122 N. Dixie Highway, Lake Worth 33460
PROFESSIONAL
Daie, Edeen Lagen, Jr.--. 169 Arlington Road, West Palm Beach 33405
Hedersw Paul ....7849 Coral Blvd., Miramar, West Hollywood 33023
Petetrne Reb-t F_....... 936 Paeo Morella, West Palm Beach 33405


MEMBERS
Nel, Sidney L_ _P.O. Box 1063, Nassu, New Providence, Bahamas
Newtead, Robert H. (E).------531 N. Palmway, Lake Worth 33460
Obkt, Emil V.. .. 214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
Obt, Hared A... .. 214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
Oqrep, Sauel, Jr.----..... 1117 Lake Drive, Deray Beach 33444
Palug, Joseph Jn -.. ..1428 W. Montgomry St,. Lantana 33460
Peasek, Camell.-- ------- 400 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
Pope, Heny V...._ 1 .1210 N.E. 8 St., Deray Beach 33444
Powell, Jeffesaon N,...----- Phipps Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach 33482
Pror, Rchard L ..... P.O. Box 445, Stuart 33494
Rk Reber W --......Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach 480
Reasoe, James W., Jr._- 1701 N. Federal Hwy., Lake Worth 33460
Re1ea, D avW V.------- -----1837 -20 St., Vro Beach32960
Rob ., Nrmn 2025 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach 33401
Rol, Rebett L......... -461 IL Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton 33432
Remamkr, HIttit P. .....-------- P.O. Box 445, Stuart 33494
Sewl, Roal D....-------------724 Evergreen Drive, Lake Park 33403
Saer, Gerhad A.. ------------508 Lucrne Ave., Lake Worth 33460
Shiver, DOavd ....- P.O. Box 430, Palm Beach 33481
imen, Ray M- ...........- 94 NE. 5 Ave., Deray Bech 33444
SLmenm., Byrne .---F.-Star Route, Sapphire, North Carolina 28774
Smth, ll T., ......---. 1123 Crestwood Blvd, Lake Worth 33460
Sp Knar M...-------- 249 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach 33482
StebMau, Rikhard Greg .---- 133 So. 2 St., Fort Pierce 33450
Stetes Joh, F AIA --- 249 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach 33482
Teth, Chbates L________ 1219 E. Atlantic Ave., Deiray Beach 33444
Twttty, Pal M.-__- .. 1017 Omar Road, West Palm Beach 33405
Upthegrve, Wllam R..----.321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach 33403
Velk, Jeal L_ .....-206 Plaza Circe, Palm Beach 33482
Votaw, Gee l rg A----- 210 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Bech 33401
Wl Jak, Jr.------------ --..Phlpps Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach 33482
Wortman, Edgar (i)....---- 122 North Dixie, Lake Worth 33460
Wyeth, Maril Simme, FAIA (E).207 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482

ASSOCIATES
Saiievan l, Rihard L.----- --.461 W. 34 St., Riviera Beach 33404
Sedl, John Jseaep Jr....--------Route 1, Box 265-T, Vero Beach 32960


ASSOCIATES
AsNt, Jame Hlareld- -- 1577 Jody Road, West Palm Beach 33406 Malesyk, Theodre ...----.-----706 So. Palm Way, Lake Worth 33460
Cederval, Altmo A.-.__ __300 Linda Lane, Palm Beach Shore 33405 Mi e Andrew L.. 2428 Chlckamauga Ave., West Palm Beach 33401
Dikes Patk W .------ 2091 West Waterway Drive, Juno 33403 Mer, Harry Gulf --.......5173 Mobilalre Drive, West Palm Beach 33402
deman, Lau------------- 222 Summa St., West Palm Beach 33405 Preut, Hdly----------- 704 Omar Road, Apt. 5, West Palm Beach 33405
Hamaeber, Theodere V...---------- -3765 Kirk Road, Lake Worth 33460 Stetso Frank K, Jr...---.. ---.. 342 Hunter St., West Palm Beach 3340
Hameon, Thomas J--McDan Heights Apt. #8F, Greenville, S.C. 29601 Thompson, James 0.---- 4572 Bensel St., West Palm Beach 33401
Kake, ArdeD A --.---.. 836 Beech Road, West Palm Beach 33401 Thiblir, W. C...-- ---. .430 S.W. 5 Ave, Boynton Beach 33435
Ladig, Chae C. Jr........--- 3460 So. County Road, Palm Beach 33480 Webb, Dorethy L_- .- 1 Mtchell Place, New York, N.Y. 10017


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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF FAAIA MEMBERS


B Broward County
- Daytona Beach
C Florida Central
G Florida Gulf Coast


KEY: Chapter Loation
N Florida North
NC Florida North Central
NW Florida Northwest
S- Florida South


J Jacksonville
M -Mid-Florida
P -Palm Beach


Membrship CloeMisatio
C Corporate
PA Profssional Associate
A Assocate
E Emritus


Abbet4 Jame Ca, (o .._........1218 First St., Sarasota 33577
Abraba, Im-mu (6C)---... 3101 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 507
Ft. Lauderdale 33306
Abram, MWeM (SC) ....- 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd.,Miami Beach 33140
Aeose, Iemando (SC) 11 I Salamanca Ave., Apt. #3, Coral Gables 33134
Asatm George J., Jr. (SC)-- -.-- 2587 Bayshor Dr., Miami 33133
Adams, Frall 0. A, IA (OC) ().....921 S. Orleans Ave., Tampa 33606
Adams .Jeo FraMll r CL ( ( ------- .---...--2427 Camp St., Apt. 11,
New Orleans, La. 70130
Adam. Michael L (HPA)--.....--.-- P.O Box 1012, Galnesville 32601
Albet, John J. (CA) --------------... 1321 Murray, Clearwater 33515
Albert, LaRy K. (NCC)----.--. --608 University Towers, 11 Lynn Ave.,
Ames, Iowa 50010
Alatm, Gademi Milad, Jr. ISC)-----... 4240 Ingraham Hwy. Miami 33133
AlaiM Frank A. (CPA) ..------------ 1701 Drew St., Clearwater 33515
Alfeaq, Carle L. CC) ---------------...7012 Conifer Dr., Tampa 33610
Alfe. Cuear P. (CC)-------.--.-----.615 Madison St., Tampa 33602
AlMa, James Doeald (JC)------------.. 4077 Woodcock Dr., Suite 200,
Jacksonville 32207
Aa Barte J. (SA--...........4061 Venture Ave., Coconut Grove 33133
Al, Clyde Albert (MC--...350 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach 32931
Ale, Mardi INWA)I..------.. ---. 378 Circle Lane, Gulf Breeze 32561
Allen, Richard Q (IC)-------------- 1650 Hansom St., Ft. Myers 33901
An. Robert L (CPA)--....640 First Federal Bldg., St. Petersburg 33701
Amile, ThaIr (C).. .---- 918 Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Amdersol John A., Jr. (SC).--.------.. 9395 S.W. 174 St., Miami 33157
Adrew, WhIIII D. (SA)---- 4408 S.W. 35 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33312
Amens Herbert L. (C). ...-- 19 N.E. 3 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Amts, James Her (PA) ---...- 1577 Jody Rd., West Palm Beach 33406
AuteoldlW Ylhmb L. (SC ---------.---.444 S.W. 18 Rd. Miami 33129
Arage, Jaoe ()----.......3141 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove 33133
Ardm, Ie ISA)-------------- ------ 955 S.W. 1 St., Miami 33130
Armlaing Domald L (PC) --------------- Rt. 1, Box 583, Stuart 33494
AmeW, WHmi T. (MCI------.--... 2105 N.W. 3 Place, Gainesville 32601
Ame, Seet B. (SC) --------------7550 Red Rd., South Miami 33143
Aramlnes, Ioelp I M. (PC).321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach 33403
Arthur, Almn L. Jr. IMC)..---- 305 N. Fern Creek Ave., Orlando 32803
Athan, Demetrie 3 ICC .....-------- 825 S. MacDIll Ave., Tampa 33609
AltUls, Carl N. (CC ....--------.. 205 3 St. So., St. Petersburg 33701
Alkimsoe Carl N, Jr. (CC)---------. 205 3 St., So., St. Petersburg 33701
AeLbl, Lymm A. IBPA .----------2931 S.W. 13 Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 33312
Baker, Dwight I (PC)---- -- 604 Hudson Rd., West Palm Beach 33405
Baker, W. L (NA)------ -----.....--- 606 N.E. 1 St., Gainesvlle 32601
Bel, Geerge N. (GC).----. -------.P.O. Box 310, Fort Myers 33902
Baile, Fred J. (DA) __- ---.272 Nautilus, Daytona Beach 32018
Baker, Richard A. (1-SC- .... 316 Sunset Dr., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Balk, Bren GA) -----------------...25 N. School Ave, Sarasota 33577
BSamete, Tuple C., FAIA (NC) (1)- ..229 S.W. 42 St., Gainesville 32601
Bamne, Lems L (MCI (El)..-----------..Reservoir Lake, Sanford 32771
Bamie Rilhard (SA)......-2931 Bridgeport Ave., Coconut Grove 33133
Barrett, Lele M. (SC)--------P...O. Box 2606, Marathon Shores 33052
Barren, Peae L I CC.....---------P.O. Box 1698, Tallahassee 32302
Banrre, C. Storr, FAIA (C) ()-...--.--... 3600 S. Lockwood Ridge Rd.,
Sarasota 33580
Bak A Ot ISC .....---------------7581 S.W. 58 St., Miami 33143
Bailu J. Vkhee ISC ..------------- 1255 W. 49 Place, HIaleah 33012
BaIchLple, Claremes M. (GC) ------.----.473 3 St., So. Naples 33940
Baster, Edward N. (SC)I----------------- P.O. Box 677, Miami 33125
Beal, Erle Doaal I. (CC)-----.------807 W. Kirby St., Tampa 33604
Be, William (NWCl----------513 Fairfield Dr., Pensacola 32503
BeMol, Jame C. (SA) ------ -___15750 S.W. 77 Ave., Miami 33157
Be., Leer M. (SC)....- -__- 6703 S.W. 130 Terr., Miami 33156
Bal, Wilm L. (MA) -.. -- 800 Delaney Park Dr., Orlando 32806
eadae, Charles J. J r. INCC)----...1700 Kathryn Dr., Tallahassee 32303
Be l, Frak (MC)-----------------.. -1417 Dixon Blvd., Cocoa 32922
eatee, Jeo P., Jr. (SC)- 400 N.. 180 Dr., North Miaml Beach 33162
BeS et, Ame (PC) ----..961 S. County Rd., Palm Beach 33480
Belef, Sa L C ---....... 3215 N. Ocean Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Beef, Jh C, Jr. I a C)---..5250 N.E. 15 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Bekte, Feft (CC)......510 Ban Aim Ave., Temple Trr., Tampa 33617
Bergamaschl, Adenla (SC)-.1460 Brickell Ave., Room 307, Miami 33131
Berma, Alam Brice (MCI---------. 723 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando 32803
semad, Jseeph ( CC _.- ------.20 W. Bromln, Tampa 33606
Belts WayM I. (NCPA---.........Dept. of Education, 125 Knott Bldg.,
Tallahassee 32304
1llery, WIlae F. (C).--... 316 Sunset Dr., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
lak, Jeaaph (0)---- ..205 McGregor Blvd., Ft. Myers 3901
Icnmaa, ance (MPA)--...-- -- 1718 Lakeside Dr., Orlando 32803

FEBRUARY, 1968


Bla, Josep IR., Jr. (DC ....... P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach 32015
Blake Robert B. (PC) .-1045 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach 33444
Blates, MeAliter (CO 36 Henderson Blvd., Tampa 33609
lek, Sameld (SC)-. .... 11101 S.W. 88 Ct., Miami 33156
Bob= Cad IM. (SC).50 '_1258 S.W. 3 St., Miami 33135
Sealdmaa, Rebet I. (1JC) .... P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
SeBhlerdy, Howard IB (CJO)-.P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Bode, Mahew (CC. .....O939 Beach Dr. N.E., St. Peterburg 33701
Beeglkt, Rbert W. (BA) .. 6251 N.W. 18 Ct, Ft. Lauderdale 33313
Basma, Robert J. (SC) ....2971 Coral Way, Miami 33145
Bense, Francs Gerard (CC)--.. 1420 4 St. So., St. Petersburg 33701
Borrell, Jaime Emllo (SO)... 8820 S.W. 43 St., Miami 33165
Bores, Ly L (CC) ----------... 323 So. Garden Ave., Clearwater 33516
Boetere, Deoald ReMe (SC-.......-2575 So. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
Beye, David B. (JCI ......1974 San Marc Blvd, Jacksonville 32207
Braden, Phip R. (SC)-------- _5852 S.W. 70 St., South Mami 33143
Bradley, Pal M, Jr. (IC) --... 4896 N. 20 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Brahbrd, Wilem W. (PC --- 206 Arlington Rd., West Palm Beach 33405
Branes Da P. (NCI-- ....---..Rt. 4, P.O. Box 153-R, Ganesville 32601
Brana, Jamea L (SC)-.. Engineering Bdg., U. of M., Coral Gables 33124
BrIkte, Arthur L. (SC)......904 Dixie Hwy., South Miami 33143
Breldebabo Wiiam F. (CCI ()l 203 S. Lockmoor Ave, Temple Terr. 33617
BremNema, F. Hugh (Gl .------.280 Central Ave., Naples 33940
BriJkert Jeb T. (JC) 6018 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville 32211
IBrght, Braxts Latar (CC) -..P.O. Box 48, Lakeland 33802
^ll C F. (CCL ..--.......Rt. 1, Box 228-B, Tallahassee 32301
Broedfet A. Robert, Jr. (J1C .6321 N. Arlington Rd., Jacksonvlle 32211
redear, Viteor Jr. (CC) ----- 909 Brooklde Dr., Clearwater 33516
reward, Robert C. (JCI ..-----. 1922 Felch Ave., Jacksonvlle 32207
Brown, Heiy E, Jr (IC). _.._- 17639 S. Dxie Hwy., Perrne 33157
Brew Robert n. (NCC)State Board of Commissioner, Tallahassee 32304
ewqe Robert Bradfrd (S-- .270 S. Bashor Dr., Miami 33133
rea, James Y. (CC) -... 905 Laswads Dr., Tallahassee 32303
Brlmer, Michael (GA) ...4350 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa 33609
Srn., Themea A. (C) (El--------.... 8300 Old Cutler Rd., Miami 33143
Bryon, Joesph N. (JC)- --.. 111 W. Adams St., Jacksonville 32202
Bucky, Fred W., Jr. (JC).----.. 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonvlle 32202
Bullock, Ell W, Jr. (NWC)----...101 W. Wright St., Pensacola 32501
Saeb. FraMkla FAIA (JC).1320 Coat Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Bamhanr, Hebet M. ( CI) ---- 1497 Alta Vista Dr., Vista, Calif. 9208
Bms, Ceel B. (JC-- --- Box B, Wlnn-Dlxie, Jacksonville 32203
S s, Harry l, Jr (JC)-------1113 Prudential Bldg., Jacksonville 32201
SBrtoe, Joh A, IV (MC)---- .. .O. Box 938, Sanford 32771
Mtit, Armld F. (NC)....-306 Tigert Hall, Univ. of Fla., Gainesville 32601
CahblI, DaaM Barte (1C)..1 103 S.W. 5Ith Terr., Ft. Lauderdale 33312
Caler, Kemp (PC). ---- .378 S. County Rd., Palm Beach 33480
CamarOem De nilas A. (CC)..--- --....4735 Shore Acres Blvd. N.E,
St. Petersburg 33703
Caoma, Edwaid Irvin (SC)---- 40 N.E. 54 St, Miami 33137
Campbel, Arthur L, Jr. (NC))-- ....- 603 NE. 1 St., Gainesvile 32601
Candel, Hilaro P. ( SC....----...--- 2575 S. Bayshor Dr., Miami 33133
Caetanso Alfoeo A. (SC----------- 545 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 33131
Cedemllll Anten A. (PA)-.-- 300 Unda Lane, Palm Beach Shore 33405
Chaey, James Edwia, Jr. (NWC) .-413 Bayshore Dr., Panama City 32401
Chalinkg, Joel B. iS()----------------- 71 NW 54 St., MiamI 33127
Chem inle Juls P. (SC)--....... 71 N.W. 54 St, Miami 33127
Chapa, James Graham, Jr. (NWC)--P.O. Box 1056, Panama City 32401
Chappell Lega (JC)..... 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Challum, Jle, Jr. (CAl)-..... ... 2819 Horatio St., Tampa 33609
Chllm, Howard (PC).----------.446 Brazilian Ave., Palm Beach 33480
Chrltoff, Joh P. (NPA)--.---....220 Legal Center, Ocala 32670
Chare, Jame IH. I(C) ------------ 543 N.E. 67 St, Miami 33138
Clark, PhIp L (PC) ( 1--- 6010 S. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 33405
Clark, Rbert W. (SC)--.-------..101 N.W. 12 Ave., Miami 33128
Clames, James L (JC)-----1614 Gulf Lfe Tower, Jacksonvlle 32207
SClemeooe Jeseph N. (CC)--.... P.O. Box 1356, Tallahasse 32302
DCle, David M. (J)--.......3060 Amelia Dr., Jacksonville 32217
Cobes, Start (SIIC) .-... .. 7765 S.W. 142 St., Miami 33158
Cele, Rihard 1. (SC)- 27I16 N.E. 26 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33305
Celie, Geoare Biee B., Jr. (NW)-P.O. Box 4306, Panama City 32401
Collie Sydney J. (eC-----...231 South Palm Ave., Sarasota 3357
Ceolwe Charles L (CC)--.-... .3450 5 Ave. No., St. Petersburg 33713
Coa, Caster A. (PC)-- .... 216 N.W. 16 St., Belt Glade 33430
Cme, R bbi L (PC) ()- .....22 N.W. 16 Ct., DeIray Beach 33444
Cener, vae J. (DA)- .---- 1104 4 St., Daytona Beach 32017
Coeok Cary Brd (S) .---- 1.. 140 N.. 163 St., Suite 21,
North Miami Beech 33162
Coose, Herart, Jr. (JC)----850 May St., Jacksonvila 32204

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Cerasto, Joe M. (SC)_---.-----... 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
Coterman, Chare J. (SC)-....1711 Columbus Blvd., Coral Gables 33134
Cox,.WMam A. (MC)---------. 305 N Fern Creek Ave, Orlando 32803
Cox, Forrest R. (CC ---------- 218 Avant Bldg., Tallahasse 32301
Craft, Chester L, Jr. (NCC)---------127 Salamanca, Coral Gables 33134
Crg, Frans W. (DC) .---. 414 N. Halifax Ave., Daytona Beach 32018
Cra, Eward W e (SC) --------.---....9300 S.W. 99 St., Miami 33156
Crawlord, Wilim (BC)_.._.-- 2114 N.E. 21 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33305
Creekbaum, Coell F. (NC) -------.. 19 Virginia Ave., No., Ocala 32670
Cro aw, Edgar M. (JPA) -------237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Crol, Doglas (0C)_- ___ ....... .1101 29 Ave. W., Bradenton 33505
Creoe, James J., Jr. (WC)----------. P.O. Box 2667, Pensacola 32503
Crmptoh4 Charles L (SC) .--..--. 19411 N.W. 23 Ct., Opa Locks 33054
Cmmar, Welliton W. (MA) ---.-----. 1616 Barnett Nat'r Bank BIdg.,
Jacksonville 32202
Cory, Charles F., Jr. (CC).----------. 1408 Swamn Ave., Tampa 33606
Daffi, C. Ernest (MCCI ------------ P.O. Box 1698, Tallahassee 32302
Dahiqit, Clare L. (BC).---- 3201 S.E. 12 St., Pompano Beach 33062
Deaey, iden Eugene, Jr. (PPA)-169 Arlington Rd., West Palm Beach 33405
Dalzell, Whitney, Jr. (..(C ...309 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater 33516
Dalbd, Kenneth W, FAIA (CC) (E)300 E. Garden Ave., Clearwater 33516
D'Amiso, Henry (MC) ...----.----619 W. Peachtree St., Coco 32924
Danl, Homer F. (SPA) --.--.- ----13325 S.W. 83 Ct., Miami 33156
Damnle Thomas H. (NWC)---..----425 Oak Ave, Panama City 32401
Dasy, Robert F. (JC)-------------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Dbs, Anthony Joeph (NA)--...3225 N.W. 27 Ave., GaInesville 32601
Dav, e e C. (PC) --..--...... P.O. Box 1000, Boynton Beach 33435
Dvt, Hlrold B. (OC --. .----------. P.O. Bo 176, Cape Coral 33904
Davi Robet W., III (NCPA) ------ 426 Williams St., Tallahassee 32303
Davb, Stephen M. (SC).._-----. 4704 S. LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables 33146
DeSa, Artd r F. (DC) (E).----... 209 W. Minnesota Ave., DeLand 32720
DeCaml, Rob't M. BA) .4488 Seagrape Dr., Lauderdale-by-the-Sea 33308
Decker, Haro Carl (SPA) ------------P.O. Box 59-2056, Miami 33157
Den, James (SC) .----------.---7500 Red Road, South Miami 33143
De Frac, Lee (CC) ----- -----------1408 Swann Ave., Tampa 33606
iDeK Vtr L ISC--...----. 6075 Sunset Dr., South Miami 33143
DMle Vall, Donald J (PC)---.....----1219 Tropical Dr., Lake Worth 33460
DeL, F. r (MC) (I)------------.............-P.O. Box 7518, Orlando 32804
DaoLe John P. (MC- -.-Const. Services, USOE, 50 7 St. N.E, Room 404,
Atlanta, Ga. 30323
Ditme, Gordom (CC) ---- ..----- 1846 S.E. 5 St., Winter Haven 33880
Dlivetrn, Leonard (SC)-------- 6.915 Red Rd., South Miami 33143
Dion, Lee iEldo () ------... 136 Magnolla Ave., Daytona Beach 32019
DiMs, Waren A. (NCC) _------------512 Ward St., Tallahassee 32303
Dodge, Ruhaed W. (C)----- 950 N. Federal Hwy., Pompano Beach 33062
De, Claroee W. (CC)t..-------- 5595 4 St. So., St. Petersburg 33705
Depe, Alexander ., Jr. (MC).-- 7744 Singleton Ave., Titusvllle 32780
DolMfro, Paul (NCPA) .---------.209 N. Jefferson St., Marianna 32446
Dreaeer, ad J. (C) .---------- 3225 S. Tamlami Trail, Sarasota 33579
Dmka, Alfred T. (CC).-------. 4930 Park Blvd. No., Pinellas Park 33565
Drake, n. Lamar (JC)----------...206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Drake, W. Kemo (J) (E)- -237 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Drmale, Seymour (SC)----------.255 University Dr., Coral Gables 33134
Dry, James (CCI .--.-- -----------P.O. Box 2422, Lakeland 33803
Duff, Dbrd (PC)--....---. 835 Biscayne Dr., West Palm Beach 33401
Dake., Patrick W. (PA) -.------. 2091 West Waterway Dr., Juno 33403
Dun C. Ellis (PC).---------------.P.O. Box 695, Vero Beach 32960
Du Bryan (NC)..------......3021/ E. Silver Springs, Blvd., Ocala 32670
Dunme, J. Vane (C)...------.. 909 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala 32670
Dutlli, Howard L. (SC)------.---1100 N.E. 125 St., North Miami 33161
DyaL John W aley (JC)--------- 360 Beach Ave., Atlantic Beach 32003
Dye, John Eward (MC)-----------255 East Swope, Winter Park 32789
SJohn Teodore (C)----------808 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 103,
Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Dykes, Robert I (CC) -.........115 W. Robertson St., Brandon 33511
SEceff, Arnold W., Jr.(SC--.--- 13005 San Mateo, Coral Gables 33134
Pdlman, Loi (PA).----_.--- 222 Summa St., West Palm Beach 33405
Edge, Donald R. (PC)--------- Phipps Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach 33480
EkI, d (DA) .---.-----------------147 Reef Rd., South Daytona 3219
vans, Fred Lawrene, Jr. (C)-------. P.O. Box 1502, Gainesville 32601
Evans Johna (BC)---------------316 Sunset Dr., Ft. Laudrdale 33301
Evan SaImel F. (HPA) .-------. 2022 N.W. 14 Ave., Gainesville 32601
Ewart, Thomas L, Jr. (JC)---_----- P.O. Box 5334, Jacksonville 32207
Faber, Meson A. (GC)---_--- __ _-586 9 St. So., Naples 33940
Famact, Ted L (CC) ---. 204 Dicus-Owens Bldg., Main and Broadway,
Dunedin 33528
Fat, William A. (DC)---- ---- P.O. Box 2264, Daytona Beach 32015
Fa M. (S-------- __------2212 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 33137
Fl, Jos (SC)..------. ---.-----.. -- 1211 S.W. 97 Ct., Miami 33144
erba, Harvey Charles (SC) ---.----- 16499 N.E. 19 Ave., Room 216,
North Miami Beach 33162
Fraet, Andrew J. FAIA (SC)---.. 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
Faguon James E., Jr. (SC)-4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33146
Faqar, S. Ralph (J) ()-..--.. 1835 Woodmere Dr., Jacksonville 32210
Fk, Stanhpe (GCO1---------682 Mourning Dove Dr., Saraota 33577

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Flr, Robert J. (SC) ..--... ...- 269 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables 33134
Flak, H. George SC) .------------ .7710 S.W. 60 Ave., Miami 33143
Fisher, George Ryad (J)---.456 University Blvd. No., Jacksonville 32211
Flemming, Bryan (IC).---.--. -----.. 1127 Dupont Bldg., Miami 33131
Fltcher, t C. (CC)------ --------- 600 Madison, Tampa 33602
Flether, Rudolph J. (DPA)-----101 Chaffee PI., Daytona Beach 32018
Forfar, Donald M. (SC---------------550 Brickll Ave., Miami 33131
Foxworth, George H. (CC) --------- 4514 Culbreath Ave, Tampa 33609
Fredman, Norman H. (JC) _- 1614 Gulf Lfe Tower, Jacksonville 32207
Frese, Robert K (SC)---- ...-- ------ 40 N.E. 54 St., Miami 33137
Fred, Alen Roy (SA)-.--- 83 DaFrank Dr., Lake Hiawatha, N. J. 07034
Friedan, Robert M. (CC)--. ---.. ----..4828 Bay Villa, Tampa 33611
Frimet, Arthur A. (BC) ....--------208 So. 28 Ave., Hollywood 33020
Frit, F. A (NWA)-....-----.. .2520 Wycliffe Dr., Pensacola 32504
Frell WIami R. (CC).--Lee Co. Bank Bldg., Suite 3A, Ft. Myers 33901
Frye, Alen D. (JC) ----. ----459 Kingsley Ave., Orange Park 32073
Fgleberg, Lyle P. (MC)--------- 404 Barclay Dr., Winter Park 32789
Fuller, Reed I (PC)----- .. 240 Ashworth Rd., West Palm Beach 33405
Felton, Guy C. (MC)--.-P.O. Box 2181, University Sta., Gainesville 32601
Ase, J. AMea (SC) ()-- .1900 Collins Av., Miami Beach 33139
Gallagher, Regi (SC)--- 5-5 North Ave., Suite 2, Kingston 10, Jamaica
GarBMe, G. Clnton, FAIA (BC)---. P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale 33303
Gardab, Eduard (CA)----. .. ....4541 W. Knollwood, Tampa 33614
Garca, Genar, Jr.(CC)1111 N. Westshore Blvd., Suite 405, Tampa, 33607
Salad, James L (SC)_-- ... .. ..P.O. Box 677, Miami 33125
Garlad, Jame L. (MPA).------ .. .P.O. Box 844, Cocoa 32923
Garman, Rnald D. (MC) ---------......P.O. Box 1132, Eau Gallie 32935
Gay, John B. (CC -----------.7257 Central Ave., St. Petersburg 33710
Gee, J. Milton IDA)-----------104 Venetian Way, Daytona Beach 32019
eIger, August (SC) (E)--......1630 Len Ave., Miami Beach 33139
Geoldbaag, Rchad (1--) 1712 N.E. 16 Ave., Ft. Lauderdal 33305
Gantle, Joseph T. (SC)-----------.... 1790 West 79 St., Haeleah 33012
Geoae, Frank 0. (MC .---------...P.O. BOx 1299, Palatka 32077
Geore, Loub Charles (MC)-------613 W. Dixie Ave., Lsburg 32748
Grku, Carl (DC)------_----P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach 32015
Gesboeker, John B. (PC)-- 3681 Cold Springs Lane, Chabee, Ga. 30005
Gbheoz, edwa M. (S10C)- 7915 S.W. 128 St., South Miami 33143
bbe1, Frederk A. (SC).. 927 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach 33140
llUer, Charles (SC)---... _... 4100 N. Miami Ave., Miami 33127
GUr, Norman (SC)--------975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach 33140
Glroy, Wilm A. (B)---.----- -P.O. Box 2465, Ft. Lauderdale 33303
Glmneehlo, Stephen J. (PC) --. ---- 225 Peruvian Ave., Room. 105-107,
Palm Beach 33480
Glasgow, Stanley (S-C)-.-4221 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33146
eGdfrey, Mrs. Jane H. (MCL-------. P.O. Box 1468, Titusville 32780
Goldman, Sanford Maurie (CCL..923 I Ave. No., St. Petersburg 33705
Goldsmth, Barbara Carole(CA) 1444-A Gulf to Bay Blvd., Clearwater 33515
Goldsth, Charles Srndt(CC)-1444-A Gulf to Bay Blvd., Clearwater 33515
Gomes, Albet F. (PA -------808 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 103,
Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Gomon, Willam t. (DC)___--.P.O. Box 1671, Daytona Beach 32015
Gonsales, HMoral (CA)--.---... ..429 Erie Ave., Tampa 33606
Goodman, Marvi D. (SC) ...-82 Knutsford Blvd., Kingston 5, Jamaica
Gdwin, David L. (MC).---....1008 Dupont Ave., Winter Park 32789
Goodwin, Rebet C. (JC)..--....4628 Crescent St., Jacksonville 32205
Gono, Justd, Jr. (SPA) .------..3260 N.W. 169 Terr., Opa Locka 33054
Gordon, W. Stanly (JC).---------206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Gottfried, Jacob L (CC)-1111 N. Westshore Blvd., Suite 405, Tampa 33607
Gottfired, Theodre (SC- ........ 298 Mary St., Coconut Grove 33133
Gracida, Rne H. (SA) L...... 5327 Johnson St., Hollywood 33021
Graf, Robert George (NCC) .--_- 1401 Raa Ave., Tallahassee 32303
Grafteo, Edward G. (SO) --- .-2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
grand, John L I(NC)Dept. Architecture, Univ. of Fa., Gainesvlle 32601
gravaley, John (JC)-- --1012 Florida Title Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Graves, John P. (JC--- .----1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Gray, May Leroy (NCC) -.- -- 547- N. Monroe St., Tallahassee 32301
Greeley, Mele C., FAIA (JC) ()- 6457 Pottsburg Dr., Jacksonville 32211
Green, L Nell (BC)-...-------2250 N.E. 53 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Gmnbaum, Robert B. (CC)-.-- P.O. Box 12581, St. Petersburg 33733
Greene, James A. (CC)----.5415 Mariner St., Suite 207, Tampa 33609
Graong, Wiam P. (DC)_.200 Seabreeze Blvd., Daytona Beach 32018
GreOl, Erw, II (GC)------ ....1790 Wood St., Sarasota 33577
Griffi, Harry M. (DC) (1) 309 N. Grandview Ave., Daytona Beach 32018
Griffie Leonard A. (GC).--. ..... 2910-8 Ave., Bradenton 33505
Gri aw, John 0. (SC----------. 550 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131
Grebe, William C. (MC) ----- 1511 N.W. 19 St., Gainesville 32601
Gro Melvin (S ---------- 420 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach 33139
Grave, Otto D., Jr. (B1C)- ----- -19 N. E. 3 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Gnman, Robert Lee (CC) --- 2521 34 St. So., St. Petersburg 33711
Guerin, William (NCC)-Campus Planner/Architect, Auburn University,
Auburn, Al. 36830
Guderson, Mart (GC)----- --2037-B W. 1 St., Ft. Myers 33901
Gutfn, RMusie (J) -------. 4012 Ferrarra St., Jacksonville 32217
Gutleres, Eqe H. (SC)--..-... P.O. Box 13171, Santurce, Puerto Rico
uHaak, Otto (C) --...--- -19 N.E. 3 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Haa, J. Sooks (JC------------1045 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 32204
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Haddro, Saue C. (CC) -. .. 1153 N.E. Cleveland St., Clearwater 33515
Hadley, lMMtt I (CC) ()ID 860 Snell Isle Blvd. N.E., St. Petersburg 33704
aley, Cte L. (C)......----214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 33134
Ha, Harld I. (SC) (I)...... -8 Canterbury Rd., Mobile, Ala. 36619
H^al, be (IBC)__-. ...2620 N.E. 18 St., Ft. Lauderdale33305
Hamarter, Theodore V. (PA)--____.- 3765 Kirk Rd., Lake Worth 33460
Haullta, Jeffemon M. (NC)-------I114 N.E. 7 St., Gainesville 32601
amileto, Thoma J. (PA) ------------McDaniel Heights Apts., #8F,
Greenville, S.C. 29601
Hamln, WHrsee H. Jr. (CC) -_..939 Beach Dr. N.E., St. Petersburg 33701
Hammond, Herriuc C., FAIA (PC) (1)- ------- -702 N. Ocean Blvd.,
Delray Beach 33444
Hamptee, Da I (MC)_....----..-- 1420 Gene St., Winter Park 32789
Hampton, Mak t., FAIA (CC) --.Stovall Professional Bldg, Tampa 33602
handle, Ooar A., Jr. (BC)..------2060 N.E. 55 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Hanauth, Edgar C. ()-....-Palmer Bank Bldg., Room 311, 1403 Main St.,
Sarasota 33577
Han, Myll (NC)_. -------------P.O. Box 609, Gainesville 32601
Hann, Richi d T. (PC)-------------534 N.E. 2 St., Delray Beach 33444
Hanean, Robet L (BC)-. ....-311 S.E. 16 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Hapels, Grge (JA)-__ 2058 Niblick Dr., Apt. 76, Jacksonville 32210
Harden, F. Jack (PC) -----. 7980 Edgewater Dr., Lake Clarke Shores,
West Palm Beach 33406
Harderty, Alfred M. T. (ISC)-. .Calle Tinto #1701, Rio Piedras Heights,
Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 00926
HaIndl, Henry K. (PC)-._318 Royal Poinclana Plaza, Palm Beach 33480
Hardwlek, Taylor (JC---.-------. -764 May St., Jacksonville 32204
Hardichr, W=m C., Jr. (SC)-..------P.O. Box 301, Hemet, Calif. 92343
Harmp, Joaaphb (JPA)4077 Woodcock Dr., Suite 214, Jacksonville 32207
Mandy, R. Daniel (CC)._____--- .3013 Horatio St., Tampa 33609
Hape, Jack M (A)---------------..-2075 Ros St., Sarasota 33579
Harringleo, Chari F. (NC) .------606 N.E. 1 St., Gainesville 32601
HMany, Miln Ci (SC).--__.._-4702 S. LeJune Rd., Coral Gables 33146
Hart, Rebut Deual (NWC)-- ---- P.O. Box 1641, Pensacola 32502
Harter, Beard P., II (MC)., .3615 Ridgemont Rd., Orlando 32808
Haley, Jame M. (BC)--.---.. -1909 Harrison St., Hollywood 33020
Narma, Brnard W., Jr. (C--.....2190 S.E. 17 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33316
Harvad, Willam (CC)---------2714 9 St. No., St. Petersburg 33704
Harve, A. Reae (CC) ..----------- 10301 N. Dale Mabry, Tampa 33609
Hatfohe, Tb toa (SC) ----------5768 Sunset Dr., South Miami 33143
HattI, L Alek (MC)---....... P.O. Box 6367, Orlando 32803
Hawkd, Wi m (JA)- ..... 1417 Mapleton Rd., Jacksonville 32207
HeIley, Wayne D. (MC)O---------3200 Chelsea Ave., Orlando 32803
Hedind, Renald (SA) ............ 388 S.W. 31 St., Miami 33155
Hefe, Raymed 1, II (MA)---.. 2117 Brookvlew Dr., Winter Park 32789
Heal, Ca tls (SAl ..------ -- 6420 S.W. 132 St., Miami 33156
Helm, Jame A. (OC) .....-...---P.O. Box 333, Avon Park 33825
Helman, Alan C. (MPA)-------- 2943 Lolssa Lane, Maitland 32751
Henderso, Paul (PPA)-7849 Coral Blvd., Miramar, W. Hollywood 33023
Hendeson Roy M. (CC)--- 1215 Drew St., Suite B-5, Clearwater 33515
Hendaroa Warr L (CC) _- 1391 S. Hillcrest Ave., Clearwater 33516
edrik Charl L. (M --.....----315 E. New England, Langford Apts.,
Winter Park 32789
Hndry, Warren C, Jr. (JC)-- 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Hermdn, F. Harre, Jr. (JA)---- 3103 Belden St., #4, Jacksonville 32207
Her4 Henry T. (WC ().......----General Dlverv. Greenwood 32443
Hewang, Charles ., Jr. (SA)--.. -4531 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach 33140
tJilk ftl-- t it, (C- ) ---- -- -1300 N.E. 2A Ay .,Ft. Laderdala 33304.
Hil, Marvin Cleol, Jr. (JC)----------P.O. Box 574, Jacksonville 32201
Hb Rihad L (CC) --.--__ 3637 Henderson Blvd., Tampa 33609
Hmhberg, Herbert Slme, Jr. (MC)..-- P.O. Box 458, Titusville 32780
Hitt, Lauram W., (MC (E)-- 189 E. Morse Blvd., Winter Park 32789
Hilt, Lewi M. (SC4)--- -- 13500 S.W. 74 Place, Miami 33149
Hiadl, George J. (SC).......- 1600 N.W. Lejeune Rr., Miami 33126
Hehlfanm, Jai (SC) -------- 7955 S.W. 132 St., Miami 33156
Hedge, John Dougla (NA) ----- P.O. Box 1299, Palatka 32077
HdMeln, Ceil (CA) ...- 4400-36 Ave. No., St. Petersburg 33713
Holey, Maurice L (PC) --.-3713 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach 33405
Hollay, James I. (iC)- 4638 Gleason St., Sarasota 33581
Helfleld, Jkhn Amnl (MC) ....- -2331 Randall Rd., Winter Park 32789
Helllgsworth, F. A. (JC) (E).-- .46 Valencia St., St. Augustine 32084
Holma, Willim Hoble (CA)-....- 3325 Valencia Rd., Tampa 33618
Hallway, Lowui ., Jr. (JC).--315- 11 Ave. No., Jacksonville Beach 32050
Helme, Dwight A (CC)----Stovall Professional Bldg., Tampa 33602
Hon, L Edward (MA)-- .---. 1654 Caldwell, South Daytona 32018
Hooper, Le (CC) .--- .. I--11 Sandpiper Rd., Tampa 33609
Hoover, Jos"p (SC)---.....10240 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 33154
Hope, RJase L (BPA) ..... 140 S.E. 13 St., Pompano Beach 33060
HNephkl Abner (JC) 38 W. Monroe St., Jacksonville 32202
Hoemay, Irving L (1SC) ......-1192 N.E. 91 Trr., Miami 33138
Holretllr, Robert L (CA)--..-----2779 Pine Ridge Dr., Titusville 32780
HeusateM O. K, Jr. (SC)-420 S. Dixie Hwy., Suite 4-A, Coral Gables 33146
Howard, Prem s (CC)_.._-- --2408 S. Clark Ave., Tampa 33609
Howard, Robet G-orge (DA)-. 1855 Cocoa Palm Dr., Edgewater 32032
owey, John t. (CC) ---------.-----217 N. Franklin St., Tampa 33602
Hbert, (SPA) -----........ 8600 E. Dixie Hwy., Miami'33138
Hert, Rihard Len (NWC)---. 1636 E. Gadsden St., Pensacola 32501

FEBRUARY, 1968


Huddlest, Prnt (NCC -------.. ---P.O. Box 3105, Tallahassee 32301
Hud eso, Garge C. (SC)--------_. 6830 S.W. 76 Terr., Miami 33143
M l, Homer, Jr. (JA)--.---_--..--P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Humphrey, Fred M. (SC)--------186 Westward Dr., Miami Springs 33166
Huae, Wiam K., Jr. 1(C)--_.----- 606 N.. 1 St., Gainesville 32601
Huantoe Tom (MC)- .-.-----.----235 Whittier Circle, Orlando 32805
Mutchaen, Robert C. (SA)____ .... 8125 S.W. 120 St., Miami 33156
Ihrig, Donald Keith (SC) .---------- 8790 S.W. 125 Terr., Miami 33156
Ives, a Martin (S) (t).------.. ----.-2000 S.W. 16 Terr., Miami 33145
Jackso, Emory L (SC)-__.. Route 1, Box 138, Horse Shoe, N.C. 28742
Jackso, Willam K. (JC)---.. 1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Jao Kenneth (PC)-------- Boyd Bldg., Delray Beach 33444
Jah&k, Robert (BC)--.---... 2020 N.E. 17 Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 33305
Janneltes, Tom (DC)- -- Diplomatic Center South, Suite 118-D,
Daytona Beach 32018
Jennewei, James (CC) .----. Exchange Nat' Bank Bldg., Suite 1020,
Tampa 33602
Jelsn, Rihard L (CC) .------------.712 S. Oregon Ave., Tampa 33606
Jhannes, Daa (CC)--------- 410 5. Lincoln Ave., Clearwater 33516
John, Paul Robl (1BC) ---------901 N.E. 9 St., Pompano Beach 33060
Johnson, Charle N. (CC)--.------- 1444 Fairhaven Dr., Lakeland 33803
Johson, Duane Van (PC)..... 72 So. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach 33444
Johsen, Glnn Q. (CC)--....939 Beach Dr. N.E., St. Petersburg 33701
Johmnso, Grdon a (NC) -------1054 S.W. 9 St., Gainesville 32601
Johnon, Harold W. (M ----......... P.O. Box 771, Winter Garden 32787
Jonson, Herbert H., FAIA (SC) ------550 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131
Johson, Herbert S. (BC).---- -------- 400 Hauser Lane, Naples 33940
Johnson, McMllan I. (NC) ---. Department of Architecture, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville 32601
Johkaon, Rchard Keith (NA).ROICC Box 14, Tahkl, Thailand, APO 96273
Johnsn, Veaner (S1C) -----.------.250 N.E. 18 St., Miami 33132
Johnesn, Willam R. (PC).....--- 207 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
Jolly, Wilam Edward (BPA).----. 2120 N. 46 Ave., Hollywood 33021
Jely, Blanhard L (CC)--.--.-- 2714 -9 St. North, St. Petersburg 33704
Jones, B. T., Ill (CC)---------------.316 W. Central Ave., Room 604,
Winter Haven 33880
Jons, Jack Radford (MC).------.... -712 Boyleston St., Leesburg 32748
Jones, Rihard M. (CC)-..-2315 Tyrone Blvd. North, St. Petersburg 33710
Jones, Ridhard Palmer, Jr. (CC).-- ----- P.O. Box 486, Lakeland 33802
Joseph, Stanford (BC)----- Carrousel Towers, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
Juenk, Forrest A. (JA)-------...3762 Rogero Road, Jacksonville 32211
Jnk, James W., Jr. (SC)--.. 6819 Barquera Ave., Coral Gables 33146
Kannnberg, Wamrer F. (GC)_Palmer Bank Bldg., Room 311, 1403 Main St.,
Sarasota 33577
Karg, Rchaed D. (JPA).-- ..752 Hawthorne Ave., Elmhurst, 111.60126
Keler, C. L. (BC)-900 N. Federal Hwy., Suite 102, Pompano Beach 33062
Kellam, BtI W. (JPA)-------. 2019 Sweetbriar Lane, Jacksonville 32217
Keller, Walter (GC) -.-----1262 Third St. South, Suite G, Naples 33940
Kelley, Rogban N. (MC)--Sanford Atlantic Nat' Bank Bldg., Sanford 32771
Keley, Forrest M. (NCC)---... Board of Regents, Gaines and Adams St.,
Tallahassee 32301
Kelly, Robert W., Jr. (NA) ----.-- 1609 N.E. 19 Place, Gainesville 32601
Kemmerer, Alfred (DC)---------P.O. Box 5595, Daytona Beach 32020
Kemp, James 0. IJC) 4077 Woodcock Drive, SuIt .tJ kedA3
Kemp, Wiliam D. (JC)- .----1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
ifMdrJ.,Aamf (IM .. .-- 0.PB. m10, t.. WAHmts.tnn u UB 2
Kerfoot, Wiliam H. (G0) ------..1274 -7 St., Sarasota 33577
Karey, Chares I. (BC)-... 114 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33316
Kined, D. Thomas (C) .--------.1300 West Way Drive, Lido Shores,
Sarasota 33577
King, Rhard F. (CA)---------6871 4 St. South, St. Petersburg 33705
Kinne, Harey P. (GWC).--.---. First Natal Bank Bldg., Bradenton 33505
Kiney, Bertram Y., Jr. (NPA)-..Department of Architecture, Univ. of Fla.
Gainesville 32601
KIlo, Ardll (PA)-... ...._.836 Beech Road, West Palm Beach 33401
KlIe, Udwl L (A) ----. 520 N.E. 110 Terrace, North Miami 33161
KlMsmp, Bernard (SC) () .--....-2100 N.E. 38 St., Lighthouse Point,
Pompano Beach 33064
lments, Walter S (SC) -3127 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33134
Kli, Coastantae L (NPA).--..-- 2130 N.E. 12 Terr., Gainesville 32601
Knight, C. Frer (S)------------ 2971 Coral Way, Miami 33145
Knight, Howard (SC) (l--.214 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 33134
SKoh, Robert A. (MA)------ 1370 Canterbury Road, Winter Park 32789
Kenttrl, Are J. (MC) Palm House, Apt. 128-C, Court St., Titusville 32780
Krnh, Irvin S. (SC) ---.------------721 N.W. 21 Court, Miami 33125
Korm, Sadl S. (NC) -- -- Department of Architecture, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville 32601
Kodtk Sidney L. (SC)----- ...... ...8410 Bird Road, Miami 33155
Krnit, Mauoee (SC) (E) .--------. -400 King's Point Drive, Apt. 1023,
Miami Beach 33160
Kreldt, Willam C. (SPA).------- 1032 Coral Way, Coral Gables 33134
Kreman, M. Louis (C) (E)--2288 N.E 173 St., North Miami Beach 33160
SKraun, Donald David (SA).---.. 498 S.E. 13 St., Pompano Beach 33060
Kae, N. Samuel, FAIA (SC)-. 1600 N.W. LeJeure Road, Miami 33126
havy, Alexander (SCI....--.-----Koein, Ebertplatz 1, Gemany, West

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Lal, David (S) ....---- 6000 S.W. 83 Ave., Miami 33143
la VemonI. 1C)----- 909 N.W. 14 St., Miami 33125
Landre C d (eSa)..2471 N.W. 21 Terr, Miami 33142
LaWgley, Jaeo L (MC)..... ......P.O. Box 729, Winter Park 32789
Lariek, Thmas (MC) -- Department of Archcture, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville 32601
Larson, V ator A. (0C)._ .3114 S. Andrews Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 3331
Lasir, AMi P. (CCt)_----------.4019 Carman St., Tampa 33609
Lawme, C. E Jr. (PC) .------..205 Worth Ave., Room 313,
Palm Beach 33482
Le, James Donald (SC -----------.3341 Cornelia Drive, Miami 33133
Lee, Robert lkm (JC).----1320 Coast Une Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Lee, turt A. (DA) ---.-------133 Park Ave., Daytona Beach 32018
LLa W. Maylberr (JC). -------...764 May St, Jacksonville 32204
Lefts, Davi A. (C) .-------. 406 Orang Ave., Daytona each 32014
Leggat, F. Earl (CC)...----- 323 South Bvd., Tampa 33606
LeUllg, Charles C., Jr. (PA) 3460 S. County Road, Palm Beach 33480
Lelth, Hugh J. (NWC)-------. P.O. Box 928, Pensacola 32502
Laesn, Rchrd L (MC 2222 S. Washington Ave, Titusvlle 32780
Lamdrum, James T. (NC)--.2306 S.W. 13 St., Apt. 1201, Gainesville 32601
Lthold, Dn W. (JPA--- -764 May St., Jacksonville 32204
Levin, Richar M. (SCI-...-----1034 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach 33139
Lelon., Robert I, FAIA (CC) -.-425 S. arden Ave., Clearwater 33516
Lewi, Hewarth I., Jr. (PC)-.. 400 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
ULlad, Beth (S)-_________ 721 N.W. 21 Court, Miami 33125
LUdeny, Joseph (JA)--.4223 Camellia Crcle, S.E., Jacksonvlle 32207
Lile, Forrt F., Jr. (CPA).__-- 125 N. Quarry St., Ithaca, N.Y. 14850
LIl, Robert M., FAIA (SI -- C) ---2180 Brickel Ave., Miami 33129
Little, Stephe C. (SC)-----4504 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 33146
Llano, Fi Jerme (SPA)-...--------- 10341 S.W. 156 St., Miami 33157
Llorate, Rel (SA).---------- 2907 S.W. 22 Ave., Miami 33133
Lonsdale, Char (SC)...... ----2801 S.W. 22 Ave., Miami 33133
Look, Jas H (NWC--------- P.O. Box 46, Pensacola 32502
Look, Thomas Dudley C)------- 555th Civil Engr. Sq, Heavy Repair,
APO San Francisco, Calif. 96326
Lpata Manfred (MC) --- 1153 Washington Ave., Winter Park 32789
Lespe Lo well L. IMPA)...-- -250 Park Ave. North, Winter Park 32789
Loft, M. Winfield (CC) ._ 2707 5 Ave. North, St. Petersburg 33713
Leoeleck, Ralph P. (MC).--------P.O. Box 730, Winter Park 32789
Luger, Wiam F. (NA).------- 2340 Randall Road, Winter Park 32789
Lukems, Bayard C. 1 C) ()----..... 1533 Adams St., Hollywood 33020
Lyde, Jo.h M. (SC)------- ---.3135 S.W. 3 Ave., Miami 33129
Lynch, Geoffrey B. (SC)--------- 4405 S.W. 64 Court, Miami 33155
Lynskey, James L (SC)-- -----------3325 S.W. 97 Court, Miami 33165

MaEwe Harry A. (CC)--------- 1408 Swann Ave., Tampa 33606
MaeLean, DeWit Baen (JPA)-- 2017 Catlin Drive, Jacksonville 32211
MaNe, Richard L (WC)- .325 S. Palafx St., Pensacola 32501
Maddn, Thomas J, Jr. (SC).- ..- .. 240 N.E. 17 St., Miami 33132
Malyk, Theode t. (PA ... ..706 S. Palm Way, Lake Worth 33460
Maey, Maron I., FAIA (C) .......-P.O. Box 587, Miami 33133
Manning, Ul L (NW) ----------------3323 Carol Drive, Apt. 2,
Baton Rouge, La. 70806
Ma&et,rEnrl eMlgel (CC) .------4611 N. Lincoln Ave., Tampa 33614
Ma-chessaL Alfred I. (SC).---..._20600 N. 20 Court, Miami 33162
Mar, (CA)_--- -1331 Dickenson Drive, Clearwater 33515
Marimn, John a (PC)L _.--.230 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33480
Marmonerse, lmer (SC)--_ ---P.O. Box 766, Curundu, Canal Zone
Marshall, Sa M. (NWC) _...-----325 S. Palafo St., Paenacola 32501
Marshal, W aem H. (JC P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Master, Ronald Josep (JC) -5461 North River Road, Jacksonville 32211
MaImy, RIchard INCC)------------516 Ward St., Tallahassee 3203
May, John L. (C) ....500 W. Hallandale Beach Blvd, Haliandale 33009
May, LMstr N. (NC) --- 606 N.E. First St., Ganesville 32601
Mayblo, Robert (NCC)-.... 210 E. College Ave., Tallahassee 32301
Mayr, Robert KIpp (BA)---- 4190 N.W. 34 Way, Ft. Lauderdale 33309
Maylad, J. BluaN (SC) _.._ 9801 S.W. 70 Ave., Miami 33156
McAlm Charles, Jr. (BC) ..--------. Building L, 3038 N. Federal Hwy.,
Ft. Lauderdale 33306
McBryde, James Bolton (GCI .- 2120 McGregor BIvd, Ft. Myers 33901
McCalL Howard LE (PC) .211 S.E. First Ave., Boca Raton 33432
McCandless, Jack (CC) 939 Beach Driv, N.E., St. Ptersburg 33701
MCle, Jee Louk (CPA).....1975 Lakeviw Blvd., Clearwater 33516
McCormik, Jon (CA)--..--3315 Horatio St., Apt. 117, Tampa 33609
MoCo, Chles Evee (C...... 200 Hilton Haven, Key West 330
MCal, Faome R., Jir. (J1)-. 4408 Vancouver Drive, Jacksonville 32207
McDasau. John L. (MA ----. ---..5219 Ashwood Place, Orlando 32808
MeDmaid, Jame A. (JC)..8818 Arlington Expressway, Jacksonville 32211
McDoald, Robert EAgene (DPA)-.1814 N.E. 17 Trr., Ft. Lauderdale 33305
Meliy, eeorse I (CCO--------- Exchange Nat'l Bank Bldg., Suite 1020,
Tampa 33602
Meldely, James Donald, Jr. (NC)----- P.O. Box 609, Ganesville 32601
Maintosh Donald L (CC) ----------- 205 W. Brorein St., Tampa 33606
Mletly, Py (JPA)--------- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
McKemsn, Derethy (SC).---------..P.O. Box 407, Coconut Grove 33133
MaLanms L e. Fr Jr. (CC)...----------205 W.. Broei St., Tampa 33606
M4Rea Augus Andre (NC)---- 90 E. Siler Spring Blvd., Ocala 32670

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MRse, Joa. M. (NA) 1111 S.W. 16 Ave., Apt. 10, Ganville 32601
Ma Arthur (OA) ..... 965 Rivrwood Crircl, Sarasota 33581
Meam, James A, Jr. (JC) --- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonvlle 32201
Magiaom, oosge M. (MC)...-- 2222 5. Washington, Tituslle 32780
Melody, Walter a. (CCI----- 1002 S. Ft. Harrison Ave, Clearwatr 33516
Mealt, Heward Ive, Jr. (SC)----- 3904 Braganza Ave, Miam 33135
Melvi, James T. (MPA) ---------2383 Apache Driv, Eau Gaoll 32935
Moade=.n, Hubrt D. (NCC) (E...l-----.718 W. Pencola St.,
Tallahassee 32304
Merrem, W am I i. (C)--. -------401 Coral Way, Coral Gables 33134
MwrI, Hl ry Jr. (NC) Dept. of Archltecture, Univ. of Fla.,
Gainesville 32601
Meri, Leter M (CC)----- 112 Rutland Bdg., St. Petersburg 33701
Mass Joep (CC)------ Sixth South, S t. Petersburg 33701
Mikaut, Radof (SC) ---.---------135 N. 5 St., Ahambra, Calif. 91801
MMkt Alexander G. (SC) (E)---. --.5784 S.W. 31 St., Miami 33155
Mle, Ann (IA) .-.------ -- 2136 S.W. 21 Tarr.. Miami 33145
Mler, Kenneth (SC) J3139 Commodore Plaze, Coconut Grove 33133
M I Russell J. (CC) ........-1318 Swam Ave., Tampa 33606
Miehel, James L. (C)..... ...206 W. Rich Ave., DeLand 32720
MIxon, Ande L. (PA)_.2428 Chlckmauga Ave., West Palm Beac 33401
Mo rg I () .......... 1928 Tyler St., Hollywood 33020
M Ralph (PC .......-----------1122 N. Dixie. Lake Worth 33460
Molir, Donald I. (C) ....----- ----- 1823 Mayo St., Hollywood 33020
Moeace, Ger. C (BC)-. 4005 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdal 33308
Mooe, Alvin IB (SC (E) .---- 1504 18 Terr., Key West 3040
Moor, Jack (NC) --__ -- .606 N.E First St., Gaineville 32601
Morgea, Don R. (A) ---..... P.O. Box 57, Keystone Heights 32656
Morg Willam N. (J ..- 1611 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach 32003
Morri, Frank H. (CC) ----. -------1955 Drew St., CleUwater 33515
Mori, Harry Gulford (PA)-5173 Mobilare Drive, West Palm Beach 33402
Morris, Richard W. (GC)------- -708 5 Ave. South, Naples 33940
Mesron Wallm a (NWC) -------...O. Box 46, Pensacola 32502
Mudaem, Freak Rebet (CC).........-------1701 Draw St., Clearwater 33515
Murphy, Robert (M C_..._- 1210 Edgewater Drive, Orando 32804
Murphy, Willam Cook (SC- -6705 S.W. 88 St., Apt. 311, Miami 33156
Myenr, Jay F. (CA) ---------------1280 Franklin St., Clearwater 33516
Myes, Wayse P. (MC)_----- 500 Hamilton Circle, Merritt Island 32952

Nell, Sainey K. (PC)-..P.O. Box 1063, Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas
Nelms Clack C, A. (SC) -.----------550 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131
wtad, Rebart H. (PC) ()--...531 North Palmway, Lake Worth 3460
Nidhols, Henry L Jr. (NWC)--P.O. Box 189, Ft. Waon Beach 32548
Nick, Doal L (C) -.....------820- 12 Ave. South, Naples 33940
HNobl, Carto (MNWC) ..----.. 401 N. Bylen St., Penscola 32501
Nere, Emes C. (iA)..------------.316 N.W. 100 Tarr, Miami 33150
Not, Emnet (DC).---------- 104 Van Ave., Daytona Beach 32018
Name James H, Jr. (SC) .......1145 N. 133 St., North Miami 33161

Oblt, Ery V. (PC)-----.. -- 214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33480
Obst, Harold A. (PC) __ -. 214 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33480
Odom, Ha R. (NWC) ..------ -P.O. Box 1041, Savannah, Ga. 31402
Ogre, Suel, Jr. (PC) ---- .1117 Lake Drive, Defray Beach 33444
MOa, Agel, r. (CCAF )-. 612 Horatio, Tampa 33606
Oppenhemer, Otto (S)------- 7233 LW. 57 Court, Miami 33143
Osltander, Rihard J. (MC) ...- 3413 Jamison Drive, Apopka 32703
Owea Welme 4 Jr. (SC).----- 19006 N.W. 10 Ave., Miami 33169
Owlas, Fred Jr. (MC... .....1810 W. Colonial, Orlando 32804

Pae, Roseo W. (0 Sunris Drive, Key Biscayne 33149
Padget, James C. (. --. Lawyes' Professonal Bldg., 2051 Main St.,
Sarasota 33577
Palner Joseph John (PC) ) I428 W. Montgomery St., Lantana 33460
Paseast, Later C. (SC)------ 2575 S. Bayhore Drive, Miami 33133
Paneast, Russell T. FAIA (SC)--.2575 S. Bayshoe Drive, Miami 33133
Pappos, Ted P. (JC -..-- --- 4833 Colonial Ave., Jacksonville 33210
Parih, Arabce ., FAIA ( _CC). .112 Rutland Bldg., St. Petersburg 33701
Parish, Donal (CC) .....-- 112 Rutland Bdg, St. Petersburg 3701
Parsh, H. Maxwell (SC)420 S. Dixie Hwy., Suite 4-A, Coral Gables 33146
Parkr, Alfred Browng, FAIA (SC)---.2921 S.W. 27 Ave., Miami 33133
Parke, Chest A. (NWC)-- A_ P.O. Box 702, Panama City 32401
Pa~rer, W Mey More (GC) ... 2120 McGregor Blvd., Ft. Myers 33901
Park, W. Jed, III (JPA)---- 6970 Deauville Road, Jacksonville 32205
Parele, Dean (S) --------- 1222 Ingraham Bldg., Miami 33131
Parrish, Jad David (C) --939 Beach Drive N.., St. Petersburg 33701
Parsos ChaMle- I. (M,--MC)-18 N. Stewart Ave., Kissnmee 32741
Pattero, Frak P, Jr. (CC)----...1501 S. Dale Mabry, Tampa 33609
Patnlo, Charles L, III (JC)-.. 206 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Pattelon, WHilam D. (PA)---------P.O. Box 51, Marco Island 33937
Pawley, Charles Haro (SC)---- 2701 S. Bayshore Drive, Miami 33133
Psu k, R Carro (PC).....---.. 00 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482
Peaok, Thomas (NA)------ 844 E. Church Ave., Longwood 32750
Peabmao, Philip (SC).. 1190 N.E. 163 St., North Miami Beach 33162
Person, Richard W., Jr. (JPA)5......233 Vassar Rd., Jacksonville 32207
Peek, Wiia Henry (BC)---.... 1109 LE Las Ola Blvd., Suite 6,
Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Pee0, GCeverner M. (DC)--------------930 N. Florid, Dand 32720
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Pelhau Devn D. (NWA) __..P.O. Box 1030, Ft. Walton Beach 32548
Peamn, Harry L (SC)........- 6075 Sunset Drive, Miami 33143
People, James WMliam (NC- ...455 George St., New Haven, Core. 06511
Psrs, Mrss Sar (MA)-----------...1717 Flamingo Drive, Orlando 32803
Peteman, Jdulia ., Jr. (NWPA) .. 2925 Navy Blvd., Pensacola 32505
Peterson, Jam B (DA)_......._ Route 3, Box 213, DeLand 32720
PeterMn, Robt F. (PPA)--936 Paseo Marella, Wet Palm Beach 33405
PhMUs Jeseph L, Jr. (BC)--------......3050 N. Federal Hwy., Room 6,
Ft. Lauderdale 33306
PhblllO L.awren (MA) -... 712 Thomas Ave., Cocoa 32922
Pleme, Rort M (MA) -----. 1010 E. Livingston St., Orlando 32803
Pliot, Raymond (C) ......127 Standish Circle North, Ft. Myers 33903
Phsker, J. Mame (SC) ....- 1190 N.E. 125 St., North Miami 33161
PItG (SC) -----------------4375 Ingraha Hwy., Miami 33133
Plumb, Willam Parr IBC)h 3021 N.E. 32 Ave., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Polevalky, Ig I., FAIA (SC)-_ P.O. Box 1948, Estes Park, Colo. 80517
Pel, eorge M. IBC)--- 4441 NE. 17 Terr., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Peolk, Richard L (SPA)-.740 N.E. 178 Terr., North Miami Beach 33162
Pender, Larr Neal (JCI--863 Florida Na' Bank Bidg., Jacksonville 32202
Peeley, Roy M., Jr. (JCL--- ---.-840 Bert Road, Jacksonville 32211
Pope, Nery V. (PC)-----..-. 1210 NE. 8 St., Delray Beach 33444
Pttell Da W. (NCO--....- 112 Barbara St., Tallahassee 32302
Pealkl Theodere C. (JC).---. 27 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Powell, Hry C. (JC).----.. Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg., Jacksonvlle 32202
PaweL Jefferms N. ( PC)--.-----Phpps Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach 33482
Powaall, James K. (1C)-.2170 S.E 17 St. Causeway, Ft. Lauderdale 33316
Paoter, Raymond Rome I Jr. (MC) -- P .O. Drawer K, Cocoa Beach 3293
Praek, Artlr L (KC) ) --...---910 NE. 27 Ave., Pompano Beach 33062
Pries, Beryl, FAIA IC)--.......-- ...121 S. 19 St., Phlladalphia, Pa. 19103
Pyle, James ank (JPA)-....4566 St. Johns Ave., Jacksonville 32210
Prick WIllme M. (NCA) -----... 755 Pugsley Drive, Monticello 32344
Priede-Rodrist s, J. ICC)-----------.507-A Florida Ave., Tampa 33602
P e, Frank IL (CAI-59 King St., Christianted, U.S. Virgin Islands 00820
Prent, Hedley PA)-_-- 704 Omar Road, Apt. #5, West Palm Beach 33405
Prayer, Risahrd L (PC)I.-- ------ ---------.P.O. Box 445, Stuart 33494
Puder, Samue M. IC)-- 6601 S.W. 80 St., Miami 33143

qenseWe, a A. (C)...-- ....King's Alley, Christlansted, St. Croix,
Virgin Islands 00820
Quiuley, Jack C. (SC)--..--......- 975 N.E. 132 St., North Miami 33161

Ramllo, Jorge L (CA) ---------.---205 W. Brorein St., Tampa 3606
IRae, Laemil (KC)----.-------2103 LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables 33134
Ramay, Geoae L (CC) () _....9379 1 St. No., St. Petersburg 33702
Rame, Job F. (CC)- ---- 205 W. Broken St., Tampa 33606
Raymnd, Alexander P. (CAI.......11823-102 St. No., Largo33540
Raymed, Walter (NC)--Dept. Architecture, Unlv. of Fla., Gainesvlle 32601
Redde, Jeh S (IC) (l-----------5600 S.W. 5 St., Plantation 33314
Red, Freduek N., Jr. (JC)--6097 Robins Circle So., Jacksonville 32211
Read, Ge0ge F. (SC)-- 3148 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove 33133
Reeve, Edward L (C)............473 -3 St. So., Naples 33940
Reves, F. Blab (NCI)...Dept. Architecture, Univ. of Fla., Gainesvlle 32601
Reeve, lease Keit, V (MA ..------255 Sylvan Blvd., Winter Park 32789
Rei, Hal Thmas (NC) -----.--.. --. ---.....P.O. Box 563, Ocala 32670
Reff, Dan (1SC)----.. 1854 NE. 164 St., North Miami Beach 33162
Rely, RIshad C. (*C)- .2504 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale 33305
Reiew, Pam L (SCl----1.. 1000 N.W. 28 Ave., Miami 33127
Rempe, Edward T. (SC).... 100 Ponce do Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33134
Reafre, Brace A, Jr. (CC)----------215 E. Lemon St., Lakeland 33801
armer, Jon A. (1C).......... --- 7300 S.W. 36 St., Miami 33155
RenhOrme, Joaelph (SC).--- 462 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables 33146
RIvcle, Henry A. 4(C).-----------1.400 N.E. 125 St., North MIami 33161
RIhbardms, Robert W. (PC)-.----- Paramount Bldg., Palm Beach 33480
Rchardson, W. David, Jr. (SPA)-6435 5. MItchell Manor Cir., Miami 33156
Rlckt, Chale L (SCI)--------------- 1431 4 Ave., Hialeah 33010
Ricuman, Phlp L (BPA) ---------1301 S.E. 2 Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
Rlk, Ray L (NWC)----------.. P.O. Box 1030, Ft. Walton Beach 32548
Rder, Donald C. (SC) _----------10700 Caribbean Blvd., Miami 33157
Itlsnman, WIaNm i nbel (JPA_).. 1111 Glynlee Rd., Jacksonville 32216
RIM, Wall' B. (NCPA)--__-. 205 Carrigan Blvd., Merritt Island 32952
Rmtehose, Waiter F. (CC) (I).Trailer Estates, Box 5026, Bradenton 33505
RIves, Walle L. (400)- _1812 Collier Ave., Ft. Myers 33901
Reobart, Jaso (CC) ---- .. 7711 Silver Oak Lane, Tampa 33619
Iobblh, Fred (SC) ... ...1102 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami 33131
Robbl, Jams (CC)-- ------605 N. Franklin St., Tampa 33602
obert Stewar ( JC- Florida Nat Bank Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Robertl, Hey I (CC)-- -..... -115 Magnolia Ave., Tampa 33606
RlemMn, James W, Jr. (PC)--. 1701 N. Federal Hwy., Lake Worth 33460
Rtai, Davi V. (PC) ....... 1837 20 St., Veo Beech 32960
Robbe, Ronald W. (SC)-- ___2308 Segovia Circle, Coral Gables 33134
absinm, Nrman (PC)-.2025 Okeechobee Rd., West Palm Beach 33401
RoQen James Gamble, II (MC)----- P.O. Box 730, Winter Park 32789
ROa, ld a Ird los (MO --------- 511 N. Mils St., Orlando 32803
oll, Robert I. (PC)--- 461 E Palmetto Park Rd., Boca Raton 33432
Remane, Jeph T. (B) ----. 2821 Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach 33062
lem Br 11. (C)-----------------5751 S.W. 15 St., Miami 33144
RoMar, Herbert P. (PC)---------------P.O. Box 445, Stuart 33494
FEBRUARY, 1968


Ra, Alan Stmrt (SC) --------.......107 S.E. 7 St., Miami 33131
Rem ., Dea (CC)- -5444 Bay Center Dr., Suite 208, Tampa 33609
Rowel, Donald (SC)---------4130 Braganza Ave., Coconut Grove 33133
RoxeBe, James L. (NCPAl -----------------P.O. Box 205, Barton 830
Rude, Artur I. ( CI-----.----- 2300 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Suite 207,
Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Rampel, Geore P. L (JtC---- 1602 Copeland St., Jacksonville 33204
RIaul, T. Tr, FAIA (SC)--P.O. Box 447, Shenandoah Sta., Miami 33145
RImedl, WEuH A. (SA)---P.O. Bo 447, Shenandoah Sta., Mimi 33145
Rmsllo, Joeph C (CPA)---- -----.4603 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa 33601

Salley, Craig me (NC)---- 2530 N.W. 10 Ave., Gainesville 32601
Sahman, Oard (0S).--------- 8331 S.W. 14 St., Miami 33144
Samel, Rogw D. (CC)-------- P.O. Box 237, Colllngswood, N. J. 08108
Sanfoird Car (BeC)......P.O. Box 1177, Pompano Bach 33061
Sea Glvasnsm Rishard L (PPA)-___ 461 W. 34 St., Riviera Beach 33404
Saie, Caletbo .L (S1)__- 5911 Michelangelo Ave., Coral Gable 33146
Savag, erbert Roeear (SC)- ...-- .P.O. Box 280, Miami 33145
Sav Loga (m --- ) ..- .1212 Rver Rd., OrangePark 32073
Sayer Joe W, Jr. (DC) .200 Seabreze Blvd., Daytona Beach 32018
Sarfonem, Lee (CC)O-5445 Mariner St., Suite 203, Tampa 33609
Slhgn, Jerome (SOC) ..........1270 NE. 102 St., Miami 33138
Shelt Jon Joeph, Jr. (PPA)- Rt. I, Box 265-T, Vero Beach 32960
Schlottereb, Frd Willam (COC)2901 -58 Ave. No., St. Petersburg 33714
Schmals, Wamer Henry (CA)-- 4011 Sevilla St., Tampa 33609
Selmitd, Fank 4, Jr. (NC)O- 815 E SlIver Springs Blvd., Ocala 32670
Schneilde, Les F. ()---------- Dept. of Urban & Regional Planning,
Florida State University, Tallahame 32306
S e Reben S. (SC) ------ 1431 Flamingo Way, Hlaleah 33010
Sbelder, Ro J. () (H)- ----_1431 Flamingo Way, Hialeah 33010
Sohatt, Meta Frederick (CC).204 Dicus-Owens Bldg., Main & Broadway,
Dunedin 33528
Schulz, Walr (JC)----- -- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Schwab, Ronald (PC) ..-- .. 724 Evergreen Dr., Lake Park 33403
Schwebe, Mak, Jr. (MC)- 174 Comstock Ave. W., Winter Park 32749
Schwelsw, NM M. (MC)---. 174 Comstock Ave. W., Winter Park 32789
Selbet, Edward J. (C).--- ----- 25 Park Place, Sarasota 33577
Skllo, bland W. (t4C)-- ___------_ _P.O. Box 2091, Sarasota 33578
SOber, Gerhard A. (PC)-------508 Lucern Ave., Lake Worth 33460
Seotlff, Wallae Wade (CC)-___ .215 E Lemon St., Lakeland 33801
Sevewd, Gord (SC)------- ...-2971 Coral Way, Miami 33145
Seymour, ward (BA) --- 2144 N.E. 67 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Shaw, Robet L (OC)--.. ..-3400 S. Tamlami Trail, Sarasota 33579
Sheey, Frank (MC) -____...206 Park Av. So., Winter Park 32789
b1e11ey, Je (JPA)-------987 Townsend Blvd., Jacksonville 32211
Shed, HeMdml I Jr. (JC.---.-1932 Landon Ave., Jcksonville.32207
Shepard, Newto W. (NCA)- ....313 W. 7 Ave., Tallahassee 32304
Shiflo, Joeph M. (MC)- -- 110 E Morse Blvd., Winter Park 32789
Shakers, lude W. (MPA)- 2838 Lonheart Rd., Winter Park 32789
Shrive', DavMd S (PC)-----......P.O. Box 430, Palm Beach 33481
Sham, Robet M. (S)- 14535 NE. 5 Ct., North Miami 33161
Sheey, Donald Wayne (GA)----- ...2319 Amherst, Bradenton 33505
Shefll, Fank 1. (SC)----- .........87"60 N.E. 2 Ave., Miami 33138
ShUmer, ank (C).----.7022 Damond Head Rd., Jacksonville 32216
ShberO, A. J. (SC) (E)--- 630 Alfred Dupont Bldg., 169 Flagler St.,
Miami 33131
Shmmn, Jery P. (C) ------ -...1777 Bcyne Blvd., Miami 33132
Simon R M. (PC).--- -------94 N.E 5 Ave., Deray Beach 33444
Slomeeff, Maleae (SC)--___-----. 250 S.W. 84 St., Miami 33143
Slmeneen, Bryn (PC--...... Star Route, Sapphire, N.C. 28774
Simpeon, Whlim D. (HNWCl -----, P.O. Box 928, Penacola 3505
SIms, Wythe Davi, I (M)---.1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park 32789
Shdelaor, Frank J. (NWC------------- P.O. Box 2158, Pensacola 32502
Singer, Doa I. (C) ....- .....101 SE. 2 Ct., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
tSx, Noman F. (C) (E)--... .... 214 E. Davis Blvd, Tampa 33606
SbieA r James A. (JA)------__ __...Drawer B. Jacksonville 32203
A Nma A. ( .....- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
Skrip, RIbard J. (SC)-------.- ---.2973 Coral Way, Miami 33145
t Albet L (J)--------320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Sml, Alin IH (JPA).- ...-.. P.O. Box 4840, Jacksonvlle 32201
Smith, ugene (CC ..------ 10201 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa 33618
Smith Frank Foiom (S). ... 1301 Main St., Sarasota 33577
Smith, HNlrd T, Jr. (PC) 1 123 Cretwood Blvd., Lake Worth 33460
Sml, Ian I. (JC)---- ---------P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
SSit, J. Broce (CCI ------.--527 Datmoor St. No., St. Petersburg 33701
Smith, Joa V. (JPA)----- -----1782 Mayar Rd., Jacksonville 32207
Smith, Mandevle, J. (NWC)-----.- 1308 RoM Ct., Panama City 32401
Smith Martin Harr, Jr. (CC)- 20 Holland Ave., Temple Terrace 33617
Smith, Walter K., Jr. (DCL ...)_P.O. Box 127, Ormond Beach 32074
Smi Warrens (CC)...-.----..-- 2725 Oakland Ave., Lakeland 33803
Sed, Edwi M. (DC)---...----414 N. Halifax St., Daytona Beach 32018
Snead, 3. 0 1a Jr. (JC)-------1649 Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville 32207
Snyder, WM J., I, FAIA (SC) --..----. 1177 NE. 79 St., Miami 33138
a a, David I. (B) ----......-----3018 NE. 19 St., Fr. Lauderdale 33305
SpeSe, Roy W., Jr. (SC) -.--- ---.10520 S.W. 125 St., Miami 33156
Spener, J. Bsuee (CC) .-------- 7831 S.W. 15 St., Miami 33144
Sple i, Ludwig (CC).------... 210 W. Palm Dr., Lakeland 33803

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Spill, Peter (SC)-------------- 2575 S. Bayshore Dr., Miami 33133
Spis, Konakon M. (PC) ------. 249 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach 33480
Stg Richard T. (MC) ----------P.O. Box 1151, Cocoa Beach 32931
Stal Emory Hian (CC) .---415 Deer Park Rd., Temple Terrace 33617
Staato, Waler J. (CC)-----.....--- P.O. Box 97, Route 1, Odessa 33556
aStrmes, ar M. (SC) --. --.. --4.62 S. Dixie Hwy., Coral Gables 33146
Start, Cedd (bC)... ...- -..- 1823 Mayo St., Hollywood 33020
Stebbi, Richard regory (PC) ---------133 S. 2 St., Ft Pierce 33450
Stenfa, Jee Edgar (CC) ._ .Exchange Nat' Bank Bldg., Suite 1020,
Tampa 33602
Steitr, Martim & (SA).------------1244 Filmore St., Hollywood 33020
Stephens, Wie L. (JC)----.594 E. Edgewood Ave., Jacksonville 32205
Stire, Dold I. (CPA)...--------.. 1407 Overlea St., Clearwater 33515
Stolen, Frank L (PA).-------342 Hunter St., West Palm Beach 33405
Steson, Joh, FAIA (PC)_--.. .-- 249 Peruvian Ave., Palm Beach 33480
taven, Jon Peer (JC)--..---595 Arlington Rd., Jacksonvlle 32211
Steward, MoM (S-C)--.--.. -1102 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami 33131
Stewart, Courtey (CL) ....----1140 Bayview Dr., Ft. Lauderdale 33304
Stewart, J. seles (CC)-------- -3315 S. San Miguel, Tampa 33609
Stewart, Paul P. (OC)0.-- .-----.---. P.O. Box 1646, Naples 33940
Sthiggi, HM (MC) ....------... 729 N. Thorton, Orlando 32803
Steeho, MMartin (CA)-..---.--. 2012 Croydon Dr., Clearwater 33516
Stoh James I. (HWA) --.-----P.O. Box 1030, Ft. Walton Beach 32548
Stem, ergea ., Jr. (SC)..2701 Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 33304
Straole Rlf (SA) ..--..---Tulane University, New Orleans, La. 70118
Sirer, Kewve (NWA)--. .--------P.O. Box 46, Penacola 32502
Stra A. Em, t ) (C)--------- P.O. Box 48, Lakeland 33802
Su4eep Wray (SC) 1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables 33134
Slivan, Jams Bker (CC)--...-- .-- P.O. Box 11588, Tampa 33610
Sitten Jame (4JC) ---- 504 Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 32202
Swn Josep D. (SfC)-----. ---4700 LeJeun Rd., Coral Gables 33146
Swartbrg, Robert (SC)_.---_.-------4014 Chase Av., Miami 33140
SwdteI, RobI t M. (SI)--..-----3700 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach 33140
Sweet, John I (S)-_... ____------.9251 S.W. 59 St., Miami 33143

Tab, Crlihteb Jr. (MPA).---------- 1029 Alba Dr., Orlando 32804
Tamesr, JoM IL (SC) () ---- 4460 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach 33140
Taylor, hodei F. (MC)- -- Rt. 2, Box 69, Melbourne 32901
Taylor, Water Q ( JC)------1320 Coast Line Bldg., Jacksonville 32202
Tlmeb Fm L (SC)-..-------.1451 Brickell Ave., Miami 33131
Thnia, Edward Le (MC).------- 1401 Edgewater Dr., Orando 132804
Thempe.n, Doald L (MC)-.......---- P.O. Box 458, Titusville 32780
Thep Gee (CC... ....Ridge Federal Bdg., 250-2 St. S.W.,
Winter Haven 33880
Thmpson, James 0. (PA).....4572 Bensel St., West Palm Beach 33401
Therw, Crae B. (NC) .Lghtner Museum Bldg., Suite 4, St. Augustine 32084
Theomtoe Maurie L. (BC) ().--2500 N.E. 48 Lane, Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Thoisn, I. S., Jr. (JPA) .--- Florida Nat' Bank BIdg., Jacksonville 32202
Tnabler, W. C. (PA) _.."__ 430 S.W. 5 Ave., Boynton Beach 33435
Todd, Robert (KC)..---.. 1260 N.E. 2 St., Pompano Beach 33060
Telad, Clyde HareM ($A).---.------.--6203 S.W. 22 St., Miami 33155
Tomefler, Thoass Hery (NA)-.. 1202 N.W. 42 Ave., Gainesvile 32601
TYebert, Cornel (JC)- .......238 E. Forsyth St., Jacksonville 32202
Teli, Charles L (PC)-----. 1219 E Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach 33444
Tarcy, Wllm G. (C)-------.462 S. Dxie Hwy., Coral Gables 33146
Trelaer, Kenoe (SC) .--------. ----- 655 N.W. 60 St., Miami 33127
Trmm, Hey 0. (SC. ) ---------- .. 101 S.E. 7 St., Miami 33131
Tr Y Joe. A. (SC) .....-- ----- 2973 Coral Way, Miami 33145
Tre ehnd, J. (C) ------.3710 Bayou Louise, Srasota 33581
Tsekhmy, WiEm .C) ( -........2346 Douglas Rd., Coral Gables 33134
Tshdemy, WRam I., Jr. (SA)l.--------5215 S.W. 92 St., Miami 33156
Tucker, yril T. (SC) ....- -- ... 329 Miami Ave., Venice 33595
Tumer, Jak Las (CC) --....P.O. Box 847, Ariana Hotel, Auburndale 33823
Tttle, Gee A, Jr. (MC)...-1330 Palmetto Ave., Winter Park 32789
Twitehel, Ralph (4C) ----- --25 N. School Ave., Sarasota 33577
Twfbe, Tellp (Se) ... ..-25 N. School Ave., Sarasota 33577
Twity, Paul M. (PC) -----.1017 Omar Rd., West Palm Beach 33405
y, r. Wade (DC) ......- .206 W. Rich Ave., Deand 32720

Unkefer, ESa C. (MPA)-..---. 1508 Highland Rd., Winter Park 32789
Uplthegrve, WilNm R.(PC) 321 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach 33403
Urnus, Da (JPA) --- ...---- P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201

ValenfH, Frank (CC)-- .--- 600 Madison, Tampa 33002
VaIarde, s (e SC) ---- --- -P.O. Box 971, Coral Gables 33134
ValDesen Fred C. (JC ------ 5676 Cocord Ave., Jacksonville 32211
Yase, Charles (S -1C) _1100 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gable 33134
Vao, Loyd I, (ISC) ----- --.101 N.W. 12 Ave., Miami 33128
VaghI, Wlam T. I(BC)--909 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 33301
VYeoetra, Rihard J. (JC)..... 430 E. Adams St., Jacksonville 32202
Veasel, Jae L (SC) ..__........P.O. Box 280, Miami 33145
Ventrier, bate (SA)---.---. ----- 18 W. 55 St., Hialeah 33012
Vrk, Vladimir L s (SC) ..---------5400 S.W. 92 St., Miami 33156
Vixa, Donald R. (SC)__ __- __-__7.7521 S.W. 58 St., Miami 33143


Vglor, hard C. (CC) --....497-66 Ave. So., St. Petersburg 33705
Vek, Frank W., J. (CPA)-----.. --. 15656 1 St. L, St. Petersburg 33708
YoUr, Je L. (PC)___----....... 206 Plaza Circle, Palm Beach 33480
Volmer, Cat A. (C) ()---......-- 3225 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota 33579
Volmr, Peter Je (CC) --.---2901 58 Ave. North, St. Petersburg 33714
Voaw, eorge J. (PC) 210 Okeechobee Rd., West Palm Beach 33401

Waddey, George (C)---233-A Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Wagner, Ira Blomt (CC).__1226 Serpentine Dr. So., St. Petersburg 33705
Wagner, WMam (NC) ----.. Buremu/Archl. Corn. Research, Dept. of
Architecture, Univ. of Fie., Gainesville 32601
Wakeing, Roy (CC) .----------- 425 S. Garden Ave., Clearwater 33516
Wald, Chares Brande (MC) ---------.. P.O. Box 7774, Orlando 32804
Walker, Brry (NC)....815 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Suite E, Ocala 32670
Walker, Edward H, Jr. (CC-).--... 1710 Townsend St., Clearwater 33515
Walker, Freeman LS C) ----------.. 950 S.W. 22 Rd., Miami 33129
Walker, H. Lele (CC)- ..Citizens Bldg., Suite 1218, 706 Franklin St.,
Tampa 33602
Walker, Sidney M. (SPA)--.----.. 311 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach 33139
Walte, Frauds R. (DC1- 211 N. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 32014
Warner, Robert A. (JC) -----_ 625 Edison Ave., Jacksonville 32204
Warrner, Clifford H. (MC)----.. 116 S. Park Ave., Winter Park 32789
Washer, Norm L (JPA).---- -......P.O. Box 4850, Jacksonville 32201
Waterman, Job Andrew (C)-------------512 Hibiscus, Tampa 33617
Wateso, Ponst Edward, Jr. (CC)..--1379 Hibiscus Lane, Clearwater 33515
Watson, Frank I, FAIA (S)--. 1600 N.W. Leeune Rd., Miami 33126
Watson, John T. (MC).-------- --- ----P.O. Box 8006, Orlando 32806
Watson, Robert S. (SC).------- _99 N.E. 118 St., North Miami 33161
Wealdy, Raymond (SC) (i)--- 3280 S.W. 17 Ave., Miami 33133
Webb, Dorthy (PA).. ....1 Mitchell Place, New York, N.Y. 10017
Webb, Robe I, Jr., (MC -------- P.O. Box 967, Matland 32751
Webber, Wiasm J. (CC) ---- -. ---. ---P.O. Box 18463, Tampa 33609
Weber, WE F, Jr. (CC) ....-- 6468 5 Ave. So., St. Petersburg 33707
Weddi C. Radolph (CC)---.2901 -58 Ave. N., St. Petersburg 33714
Weed Robert Law (0C)_._--__----. 550 Brickll Ave., Miami 33131
Week, Roger (NWC) -- _------425 E. Gregory St., Penacola 32501
WeMlemyerm, William (1) (E)__-118 Antlquera Ave., Coral Gables 33134
Wedatreb, Maurmie S (SC)---.......--- 350 Lincoln Rd., Suite 316-18,
Miami Beach 33139
Welser, Arth ( C) (E.--------- -225 RIngling Blvd., Sarasota 33577
Well, Cora Lea (JC) -----.----105 St. George St., St. Augustine 32084
West, Jack (QC) -------------------P.O. Box 1539, Sarasota 33578
West, Robert Canmy (SC)--6915 Red Rd., Suite 210, South Miami 33143
Wh a, Fak W. (CC)__........10101 Forest Hills Dr., Tampa 33612
Whe, John W. (CC) ..617 Lamar Ave., Brooksville 33512
Whtweoth, Henry P. (MC) () .----... P.O. Bo 685, Winter Park 32790
Wilage Robert C. (CC)-.Citizens Bldg., Suite 1215, 706 N. Franklin St.,
Tampa 33602
Wsman, eorge C (C)-------1520 S.E. 3 St., Pompano Beech 3060
WHlneon, SDy R. (41C)- 3011 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton 33505
WMam, DeMald S (CC)O-- __...... 1931 Ripon Dr., Clearwater 33515
Wlngam, Alva, Jr. (CA)--------3910 San Oblipo, Tampa 33609
WElls, Lyweood (JC) .--_--- 411 E. Monroe St., Jacksonville 32202
Wiln, Jack, Jr. (PC)-----------Plaza Bldg., Palm Beach 33480
Won, Albet (CC) (E)------- ----.. P.O. Box 476, Dunedin 33528
Wi Mar Mak Le sard (MC) .....-- --P.O. Drawer K, Winter Park 32789
Wi*nnigham, John N. (BC)---.4650 N.E. 3 Terr., Ft. Lauderdale 3308
Whe, Robert C (JPA)--- .1943 Rayben Dr., Jacksonville 32216
Wehlberg, 1. Arthr (CC)-----------P.O. Box 18405, Tampa 33609
Welff, Low ().-------------. 2457 N.E. 50 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33308
Weolma, mn (MC)E M ---------.P.O. Box 1134, Merrtt Island 32952
Wooded, Abrt P. (NCC)--.-- --- P.O. Box 3091, Tallahassee 32303
Woodruff, Thoma A. (JC)-----'----7061 Old Kings Rd. S., Apt. 94,
Jacksonville 32217
Woodward, Robert L (CPA)-....P.O. Box 3457, M.S.S., Tallahassee 32303
Woody, Oar, Jr. (NWA)------ 1326 E. llyson Rd., Pensacola 32503
Woolf, Kenneth Howard (NWPA)I...... P.O. Box 46, Pensacola 32502
Woolverton, Robert D. (JPA)-- 1932 Landon Ave, Jacksonville 32207
Woster, Shirley 0., Jr. (S--------.1800 Coral Way, Miami 33145
Waertml, Edgar a (PC) (1)----1122 North Dixie, Lake Worth 33460
Wrigt, Carsn Bnett (SC)O---...18690 Belmont Dr., Miami 33157
Wlrght, Cliffoed W. (MC..-- 1460 W. Fairbanks Ave., Winter Park 32789
Wrigh, Murray B. (SC --------4700 LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables 33146
Werts, Warren C. (SC)-..1130 N.E. 201 Terr., North Miami Beach 33160
Wyeth, Marn SImms (PC) (E)- 207 Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach 33482

Yar, gene (SC) ----- -------1440 S.W. 102 Place, Miami 33144
Young, Canning, K.M. (NA) Dept. Architecture, U. of F., Gainesville 32601

Zachar, Stefatn (1C) .-- 924 Lincoln Rd. Mal, Miami Beach 33139
Zeller, E III (JC) -....--1000 Riversde Ave., Jacksonville 32204
Zolnee, Paul Gerard(MC)7040 Lake Ellenor Dr., Suite 114, Orlando 32809
Ztomm, Jack W. (C) ...-- 1801 N.E. 14 St., Ft. Lauderdale 33304
Zmomeman, Wlliam W. (C0) .------ 283 Broad Ave. So., Naples 33940


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Flood control Cement manufacturing
Construction industry Concrete products
Dredging Food processing
Road building Shrimp industry
Bridge building Marine science
Pile driving Dairying
Citrus growing Laundry, dry cleaning
Citrus processing Hotels, motels, apartments
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Ice manufacturing
Petroleum industry
Newspaper printing
Paper board manufacturing
Aviation industry
Mosquito control
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Fertilizer industry
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continuing education

of the architect
Reprint of an article in the New Jersey Architect on a
subject which deserves development among the profession
in Florida. Report of a conference held at the Woodrow
Wilson School of Public and International Affairs on the
campus of Princeton University.
Panelists included Robert L. Geddes, FAIA, Dean of
the School of Architecture of Princeton University, Wil-
liam W. Eshbach, FAIA of Philadelphia, and Gillet Lef-
ferts, Jr. of Darien, Conn., both members of the National
Committee on Internship and Continuing Education, and
Herman C. Litwack, AIA, Secretary-Director of the New
Jersey State Board of Architects. Martin L. Beck, FAIA of
Princeton, was the Moderator.
Dean Geddes in his opening comment pinpointed the
specific topic of discussion "the problems of apprentice-
ship or internship for the young architect."
"We are in a time in architectural education which is
one of tremendous change," Geddes said. "It's not a
period in which there is a single stated goal, but many
objectives and goals that are being established by the
schools and by the individual faculties. One of the major
efforts of the research program of the past year has been to
invent a language whereby schools can begin to communi-
cate with each other concerning their innovations and
communicate to the profession what is going on in the
schools Now, perhaps my role can est be handled
if I can ask, I think, the five key questions we, as a
faculty, have identified but which seems to me are also
identified across the country:
"First, how do we improve the competence of archi-
tects to play a central role in the creation of the built
environment? And the answer seems to be this: By
developing shared educational experiences with other
disciplines, and an acceptance of several kinds of speciali-
zations -specializations in physical planning at many
scales, specialization in the engineering of structures in
environmental technologies, and specializations in the
building management, economics and construction. But
most important of all is the notion of developing shared
education with our other parallel and jointed disciplines.
"Secondly, how do we improve the competence of
architects in environmental architectural programming?
By developing more effective techniques of problem stating
and problem solving by developing techniques of
evaluating the performance of buildings the per-
formance of the built environment ... and by developing
methods for handling, gathering and using increasingly
complex information.
"Third, how do we improve the innovative, the cre-
ative work of the architect? By developing new techniques
of group work between shared disciplines and between
groups of architects .By developing methods for the
retrieval of information at the various points in the design
process in which decisions have to be made By devel-
opin systematic, rational processes for the design process
itself
"Fourth question, how do we improve the recruitment
and the selection of students certainly the key to the
future of the profession? By developing a clear understand-
ing of the architect's task by the public that introduces
architecture to the students by developing better
means of evaluation that will lead to the selection of better
prospects.
Fifth, how do we improve the relationship between
education and practice? By developing more effective
training in the nature of the profession in the schools
themselves ... by developing a more effective basis for the
training of sub-professionals, or para-professionals by
developing continuing education for professionals back at
the schools at various points in their careers .. by devel-
oping a more effective basis for internship."
William Eshbach described the Philadelphia Chapter's
pilot program on internship and continuing education.
Our basic concern has been to provide an adequate


exposure to the emerging architect while in our offices,
and we feel that is an obligation that our profession has to
meet .. As offices expand in size, it becomes more diffi-
cult for this intern to obtain the cross section of experience
he should have. To simplify our initial task, we decided to
deal only with a program for graduates of an accredited
architectural school, and have assumed also that generally
speaking, three years of experience is required before a man
may applv for an examination .. We've selected 30 firms
in Philadelphia, a good cross section of firms small and
large .. We'll ask each firm to designate a partner or key
employee to function as mentor We felt the program
must i.e one that can be accommodated in all sizes and
types of offices, and we picked the 30 offices accordingly.
". It is hoped that by the third year the intern's
experience would be such that he might now be given the
full responsibility to handle all aspects of some modest
sized project, under the mentor's direction There's
some concern as to whether the program can possibly work
. unless there are some mandatory requirements in rela-
tion to it. Nobody, it seems, will quite take the initiative
necessary to make it work. But if NCARB and its licensing
boards decide that at least some facet, some part of such
a program is mandatory as pre-requisite for admission to
the exam, it just may work ..
Gil Lefferts quoted an old proverb "If one doesn't
know where he is going, any road will take one there." He
pointed out that the professional development of an indi-
vidual ultimately rests with that individual. However, he
felt that people in the professional and educational fields
should not make it so difficult for that individual to realize
his legitimate aspirations. "The young graduate enters an
office practice with this importance of design foremost in
his mind," he said. "This is further emphasized ... by the
prominence given the design portion of a licensing exami-
nation as presently constituted." However, he felt that
it is also necessary that a program be developed to afford
the young graduate who is not assigned to a design staff in
an architect's office, an opportunity to continue and fur-
ther develop his creative process and techniques.
". The National Institute for Architectural Educa-
tion recognizes the need for assisting the pre-professional
and acknowledging and accepting the practical realities of
office practice and the restraints imposed on a real project
through an internship program," he said: "But, there is
also the need for maintaining the creative thought and
spirit stimulated in a student while in school but so often
discouraged and neglected when entering an office as a
junior draftsman. There is not only a need for continuing
education in architecture, but also a continuing need for
cooperation and coordination between the schools and the
professions in arriving at a meaningful program that will
benefit the individual, the profession and society," he
concluded.
Herman Litwack, who is also a Past President of the
State Board of Architects rounded out the discussion with
his observations over the past several years. "The measure
of competence cannot always be based upon a philosophy
of architecture alone, but (our statutes) demand that the
architect be examined in skills which are at least related to,
if not based upon, the need for the health, welfare and the
safety of the public, and most of our licensing laws are to
be found under such regulations. In that area of greatest
competence, professional administration, an analysis of the
personal interview illustrates the lack of opportunity given
in our offices today for young men to honestly understand
the operation of an office. Despite their success in the
written examination, they sometimes show a woeful lack of
infonnation on contracts, insurance, supplimentary condi-
tions, schedules of payments, and the like. Unless the
office today is willing to give the young man in his intern-
ship an opportunity to understand the operation of the
office, he will continue to show perhaps adequate answers
in the written examination and a lack of knowledge in the
personal interview. Now, it's very obvious that the office
today sometimes cannot afford economically to train the
voung man in all of these phases of competence, and that
the profession must find a way .
THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT







newsnotes
CONTINUED


Officers of the Northwest Florida
Chapter of the American Institute of
Architects are shown welcoming the
Regional Director at the Fort Walton
Yacht Club. Left to right are Mr.
James Crooke, Secretary; Mr. Sam
Marshal, Vice President; Regional Di-
rector Mr. Sam Kruse, of Miami and
Mr. Roy L. Ricks, President. Mr. Kruse
was invited by the Chapter for the in-
stallation of the new officers and spoke
to the members on matters of interest
and importance to the architectural
profession.


CITIES WITHOUT CHARACTER
America's cities of the 20th century
are losing their character, says a pro-
fessor of architecture in the University
of Southern California's School of
Architecture and Fine Arts.
"Our cities are being averaged
down," says USC's Professor ric
Pawley.
"Few of them still have character-
istics which make us think of them as
places with a real identity.
"Places today are not places be-
cause everything begins to look alike.
If you were suddenly set down in any
one of a dozen major cities in our
nation today you would have a diffi-
cult time, just by looking around, to
cetcrmine where you were. You might
be in Los Angeles' West Side, on
Chicago's North Shore, or even Bos-
ton's Boylston Street," says Pawley.
"American cities once had a charac-
ter and you enjoyed them for their
differences. This is not nostalgia for
old ways. \Ve're actually losing some-
thing by permitting regional and local
traditions to be leveled down with
'plaid' curtainwall exteriors, with the
supposed power of air-conditioning to
permit us to disregard climate, and
with the sterile substitution of fluores-
cent lighting for daylight. Our sharp
edges and sterility begin to look exact-
ly like everybody else's sharp edges
and sterility."
Not only are we destroying places
with which people identify themselves
but our attempts to create new places
are rather badly done, says the USC
professor.
"Here and elsewhere we pour mil-
lions into vast new cultural centers,
whose locations and operations are
dubious, and then completely ignore
our waterfronts, one of the great
neglected assets of those cities for-
tunate enough to possess them.
"If a hill is in our way we move it
or scar it up in order to notch out flat
pads for flatland houses, instead of
thinking out attractive solutions for
hillside housing."


Architects and city planners, work-
ing separately and as individuals, says
USC's Pawley, will never solve the
problem of city identification and
character. But a new and broader ap-
proach may lead us to some answers.
rhat influence will come, Pawley be-
lieves, when all the resources of a
given community are brought to bear
on its problems through such organi-
zations as broadly-based, heavily sup-
ported institutes of urban ecology.
"Through such an organization, the
total weight of a community can be
exerted to solve problems even the
problem of making a place into :
place people will remember."
Constitution of such an organiza-
tion was explained by Professor Paw-
Icy in terms of USC's own new Insti-
tute of Urban Ecology, which is mar-
shalling the total resources of the Uni-
versity public administration, archi-
tecture, engineering, medicine, the
social sciences for the study of
major urban areas and their problems.
Pawley himself is deeply involved in
this program as chainnan of the cen-
tral faculty planning committee of the
USC Institute.
A graduate of MIT, Prof. Pawlev
has been a member of the USC
faculty since 1963. In the last 30 years
le has contributed more than 140
articles on architecture to various pub-
lications, including the Journal of the
American Institute of Architects, hav-
ing been technical editor for that pro-
fessional society for a dozen years,
after 20 years of architectural practice.
Pawley's most recent published
statement on the city appeared last
summer in a Czech architectural jour-
nal during the Ninth Biennial Con-
gress of the International Union of
Architects in Prague which was at-
tended by 3000 architects from all
over the world. The USC professor
was the only American architect
quoted in the Czech journal, which
published his answers to questions
pertaining to organic requirements for
the city of today and tomorrow.


AIA PUBLISHES BOOK ON
COST OF ARCHITECTURAL
SERVICES
A major new book, The Economics of Architectural Practice, has been pub-
lished by The American Institute of Architects. Based on pioneering research
performed by Case and Company, Inc., and the AIA Task Force on the Cost of
Architectural Services, the book contains information on the income of archi-
tectural offices and on their direct and indirect operating expenses and profit.
It provides a basis for comparing operating expenses and indicates areas
where profits are sometimes made and lost. Numerous tables and charts included
contain detailed cost information compared by sizes of firms and building types.
Trends are indicated by comparisons of data for four periods of time from 1950
through 1966.
Two other books which will be added this month to The Institute's archi-
tectural publication series are: The Restoration Manual, by Orin M. Bullock,
Jr., AIA, published by Silvermine Publishers, and The Urgent Future, by Albert
Mayer, FAIA, published by McGraw-Hill Book Co.


FEBRUARY, 1968















SEIHINRS
ORLANDO
APRIL 5

MIAMI
APRIL 6
DR. CHARLES J. MARSH


PROFIT

PLANNING

FOR THE

ARCHITECT


Break


- 10:50 A.M.
11:00 A.M.


III. MECHANICS OF PROFITS
Alf E. Werolin
Mechanics of Profits
Overall Profit Planning
Nature and Behavior of Costs


Luncheon Noon
Afternoon 1:15 P.M. IV. MECHANICS OF PLANNING
Charles 1. Marsh
Suggested Forms and Procedures
Application to Your Firm and Projects
Planning and Controlling Your Costs
1:45 P.M. V. DYNAMICS OF PROFIT PLANNING
Alf E. Werolin
Factors Influencing Your Profits
Visualizing the Creation of Profits
Cost-Volume-Profit Interrelationships
Illustrative Problem for Individual Solution


ALF E. WEROLIN


Break


- 2:15 P.M.


2:30 P.M. VI. SPECIFIC APPLICATION;
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
3:00 P.M. VII. OPEN DISCUSSION
Because of the format of the seminars--with emphasis on audio-visual
exhibits registration will be limited to 100 architects in each seminar location.
(Experience to date in other states has proven registration quota has been
exceeded, meaning disappointment to some individuals.)
Architects desiring to attend either seminar MUST pre-register by sending
their check in the amount of $30.00 for each registrant, which includes lunch,
coffee breaks, and the portfolio with seminar worksheets. (The registration fee
for non-members of the FAAA is $40.00.)
Clip and return the following form to FAAIA.

Please register the following for the FAAIA "Profit Planning for the Architect"
seminar to be held ( ) April 5-Orlando-Robert Meyer Motor Hotel.
Please
Check ( ) April 6- Miami Dupont Plaza Hotel.
One
Enclosed is my check in the amount of $ ($30.00 for members:
$40.00 for non-members) covering registration, luncheon, coffee breaks, and
portfolio with seminar worksheets.
Persons to Attend

Return promptly to:


FAAIA
1000 Ponce de Leon Blvd.,
Suite 210
Coral Gables, Fla. 33134


Firm
Address
City Zip Code
THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT


The FAAIA has finalized planning with Case & Co. of San Francisco for
presentation to the profession a very important seminar concerned with one of
the more important phases of office practice, "Profit Planning."
This seminar is designed to help architects cope with the ever-increasing
"profit squeeze." The Comprehensive Cost Study conducted by Case & Co. for
the Institute revealed that in 1966 one of 12 architectural firms lost money, and
one of four projects was completed at a loss.
The program prepared for you will be involved with the nuts and bolts of
office practice procedure and documented facts will bring forth "how to do it"
methods, not theory, based on varied annual gross dollar volume representing
small to large practices.
The two identical seminars will be presented by Dr. Charles 1. Marsh and
Alf E. Werolin of Case and Co., Inc., who, on the basis of their experience with
individual architectural firms over a number of years, have developed a concept
and methodology of accomplishing profit objectives in the practice of architec-
ture.
A portfolio of exhibits and worksheets will be made available to all
participants.
These seminars are important to every architectural firm in Florida, from a
one-man office to the largest. As a part of the FAAIA's continuing education
program, it is anticipated that most every firm will be represented.
The program agenda, which begins at 10:00 A.M., follows:
Morning 10:00 A.M. I. INTRODUCTION
10:05-10:50 A.M. II. THE CHALLENGE
Charles J. Marsh
Problems and Approach
The Need for Profit Planning







SMOOTH SELLING
BY GEORGE N. KAHN, MARKETING CONSULTANT
0 1967 George N. Kahn


YOU'RE ON STAGE
The scene is a murder trial several
years ago.
A young defense attorney takes up
the alleged murder gun, slips a bullet
into the cylinder and places the revol-
ver to his head. Then, as jurors and
spectators gasp in horror, he pulls the
trigger.
There is only a harmless click. Be-
cause of a faulty firing pin, the gun
will not discharge. The lawyer knew it
would not fire. He had tried it count-
less times outside the courtroom.
The defendant was acquitted.
That lawyer could have dragged all
the gunsmiths and weapon experts in
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firm the gun would not fire. Their
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Drama Showmanship! These are
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same techniques that will make a
buyer out of your prospect.
Showmanship Sells
A well-timed dramatic touch gets
the attention of the prospect and
holds it.
A buyer can listen to you for an
hour and not absorb a third of what
vou said. His attention span is short.
But take out a Yo-Yo and twirl it a
few times and he'll take notice in a
hurry. Almost any product or service
has the potential for demonstration.
Salesmen have jabbed pens into the
floor, painted buyers' walls and taken
articles apart piece by piece to gain
attention.
Sometimes the demonstration is a
pure attention getter, having nothing
to do with the product's merits. Look
at today's television advertising. A car
rental agency shows a man dropping
out of the skv into the driver's seat of
an automobile. An investment firm
pictures a lion prowling Manhattan
streets. A brawny arm emerges from
an automatic washing machine.


Aids to Selling
You can stage an equally effective
performance without resorting to
hocus-pocus. Simply use two things:
(1) your imagination and (2) the
selling aids provided to you.
Virtually every product or service
has the possibility of demonstration.
Anytime you create action your pres-
entation becomes more interesting.
The sales aids or tools supply the
means for such action. These props
include charts, graphs, mock-ups,
models and slides. They give lift and
buoyancy to your presentation. Here
is what demonstration can do for you:
1. Catch the buyer's interest
2. Fortify your argument
3. Help the prospect understand
the proposition
4. Stimulate your own interest in
the product
5. Cut down objections
6. Help close the sale
There's nothing hypnotic about a
demonstration. The buyer may not be
convinced by your sales talk, but the
demonstration often will swing him
over.
Tools Need Personal Touch
Dramatic demonstrations are used
effectively by some of the most influ-
ential corporations in the United
States. No doubt your company has
furnished you with similar aids.
But how are you using these aids?
The most elaborate cqupiment in
the world is of no value to the sales-
man who is unprepared. If you don't
know, don't show.
If props are used, you must be fa-
miliar with their operation so the per-
formance will run smoothly. Check
out the equipment before using it. An
inept demonstration can kill a sale.
Nothing can chill a prospect's inter-
est more quickly than a screen that
doesn't pull down, a set of charts in
the wrong order or an assembly model


that has parts missing. And don't for-
get that extension cord.
Demonstrations that drone on too
long may also be your swan song.
Keep them short.

Feeling of Confidence
Demonstrations o r showmanship
give the customer a feeling of confi-
dence in the product. They can do
the same for vou. The manipulation
of charts, graphs, slides, etc. give you
something to do with your hands
while you are talking.
A good salesman is enthused about
his sales aids. He thinks of them as
keys that will unlock the door to
higher earnings. He knows that his
firm gave him these tools to use, not
to discard in his basement.
Personal Showmanship
Showmanship is more than props
and gimmicks. Your voice, personal-
ity, manner, dress, tact and sense of
timing are as vital to your salesman-
ship as they are to an actor on stage.
The handling of the product, for ex-
ample, can be turned into a supreme
act of showmanship that will melt the
hardest buyer. Hold the product as if
it were precious and the prospect will
think of it that way. Remove samples
from your case as if they were rare
jewels or paintings. But later, if you
want to show the toughness of your
product, fling it against the wall.
A salesman who dresses quietly in
good taste and who cultivates a
charming voice and smile is a walking
example of showmanship.
Showmanship also may be in some
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worked with a man who wore a fresh
boutonniere every day.
Whatever you do in the way of
showmanship, do it in your own style.
Imitate others when it fits your per-
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doesn't fit.


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5. You Can't Fire Without
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6. You Are A Goodwill Salesman, Too
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8. How To Set Up An Interview
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12. Playing The Short Game


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ADVERTISERS'
INDEX

APGAR & MARKHAM
CONSTRUCTION CO.
33
BELCHER OIL COMPANY
43
CERTIFIED PLUMBERS
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Second Cover
IANTZLER LUMBER &
EXPORT CO., INC.
28
E-BONDI EPOXIES, INC.
45
FLORIDA CATERPILLAR
DEALERS
32
FLORIDA FOUNDRY &
PATTERN WORKS
44
FLORIDA INVESTOR OWNED
ELECTRIC UTILITIES
26-27
FLORIDA NATURAL GAS
ASSOCIATION
3
FLORIDA PORTLAND
CEMENT DIVISION
Third Cover
GEORGIA-PACIFIC
CORPORATION
9-10
GODDARD PAINT COMPANY
31
HARRIS PAINT COMPANY
4
MACDONALD COMPUTER
SUPPLIES CO.
44
FRED McGILVARY, INC.
44
OIL FUEL INSTITUTE
OF FLORIDA
33
PALM BEACH CLAY TILE
31
SOLITE CORPORATION
29
JOHN W. THOMSON
& SON, INC.
44
T-SQUARE MIAMI
BLUEPRINT CO., INC.
2
WOOD PRODUCTS, INC.
30
ZONOLITE DIV.,
W. R. GRACE & CO.
34


As an affluent nation builds, stock should be taken of the
nature and quality of what is built. Construction put up today
will stand through many years during which a population
becoming visually aware of their environment will look with
contempt at works which do not meet high standards of
beauty. It is incumbent not only upon environmental designers
to create works of beauty but upon all users of these crea-
tions to demand the highest possible standards. The letters
reproduced here indicate the kind of concern which must be
expressed by many persons before there can be effective
change in the visual surroundings of the state of Florida.


3 January 1968
lion. Michael O'Ncil
Chainnan,
Florida State Road Department
Room 2110 Ferre Building
100 Biscaync Boulevard
Miami, Florida

Dear Mike:
Mv family and I recently had an op-
portunity to tour San Francisco and
other parts of the State of California.
With my usual prejudiced eye in seek-
ing out beauty as I wander about
the land, I found much there to be-
hold.
Germane specifically to my writing is
the observation of the very outstand-
ing design work that has obviously
been inspired by the state in bridge
construction throughout both their
freeway and primary road systems.
The impression is certainly one of
concern for the contribution that can
be made to the total environment
when good design becomes a critical
parameter in the engineers approach.
This, I know from experience, is a di-
rect result of the public agency moti-
vating the design capabilities of both
staff and private engineers. Unfortun-
ately the history of design of road
structures in Florida is high on repro-
ductivity of basic structural elements
but very low on aesthetics. We con-
tinue to blight our community with
very ugly structures, structures that
have as much and often more impact
on our civic environment than do
major building projects.
I ask you to give serious thought, and
I know you share my deep concern in
this area, to raising a new concern for
our community environment by spon-
soring awards for engineering design
excellence to foster the beauty that
should be a hallmark of our State
highway system and assisting respon-
sible groups that I know will bring
their forces to bear to promulgate a
new look at highway design. We have
the capability of building in the kind
of beauty that is native to our fair
state but it must be publicly spon-
sored and recognized by our agencies
equally as important as the other


physical criteria in highway construc-
tion.
I will be most happy to assist you,
your staff and all who should be con-
cerned to begin a revival to emulate
the same kind of concern for beauty
we find in the California system.
With wishes for a happy New Year,
I remain
Sincerely,
STARNES, RENTSCHER &
ASSOCIATES
Earl M. Starnes, AIA


January 22, 1968
Commissioner Earl M. Starnes, AIA
Starnes, Rcntscher Associates
462 South Dixie Highway
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Subject: Bridge Beautification

Dear Earl:
This is to acknowledge receipt of your
letter of January 3, 1968, relative to
the lack of aesthetic value and its re-
lationship to the basic bridge and road
design currently being outlined by the
Florida State Road Department.
I am in accordance with your thinking
in regard to the lack of design now be-
ing outlined by the Department on
bridge and roadways, and therefore, I
am taking the necessary steps to create
a committee comprised of leading pri-
vate engineers and architects in the
state, combined with personnel of the
Florida State Road Department, in
order that they may study this prob-
lem in its entirety and arrive at a rea-
sonable solution that will be both
pleasing to the eye and in the cost
realm currently being utilized.
You will be advised in regard to for-
mation of this committee and as to its
progress. If we can be of any further
assistance, please do not hesitate to
call us.
Yours very truly,
Michael O'Neil
Chairman, State Road Board
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