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Section D
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Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Newspaper Collection
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St. Augustine Record, Historical Restoration Issue
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The St. Augustine Record

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VOL. XLIV. NO. 7; Restoration Declaration of St. Augustine

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University of Florida
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Dedicated to the Best RESTORATION
Interests of This ISSUE
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VOL. XLIV. NO. 7 "At N ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1937 E.b..hd PRICE TEN CENTS





RESTORATI N DECLARATION N!



OF ST. AUGUSTINE



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Resolved!
We, the people of This Oldest City, do hereby declare that we are launched upon a long-time program, looking toward the preservation of the historic atmosphere, setting and' background of our famous municipality; also that we are dedicated to a plan of restoration which is fraught With, tremendous good to our community, and its citizenry.
With the cooperate of Carnegie Institution, our city officials, the St. Augustine Planning and Restoration Association, and our citizens generally, are pledged to achieve for St. Augustine those things which will make it the City Ideal as weil as the City Historical.
As planned, there will be numberless things here to intrigue the tourist, with the result that thousands will come where scores visit us today. It will come to be known throughout the nation and across the Lookout Towr-Fortari C 8-104 seas that St. Augustine is a center for historical study, and research; a place to see history as a conStinuous growing thing from earliest times on down to the present, showing the various periods which it'-,p, m have left their imprint on the land, the town and Oi on its people.
St. Augustine's official date of beginning was 1565, when it was settled by Pedro Menendez de Aviles, 53 years following the discovery of Florida by Ponce de Leon.
A study of Indian 1 before that time is of inense interest. Too, -1n-o na oi Following the turn of the centuries, we see the French influence, the struggle of Spain to keep her ..Nab foothold heje at St. Augustine, th eatern terminus

,, in Mexico, and Central Americ T -British came.
Florida was the shuttlecock of the nations. Back she went to Spain, and finally, in 1821, the American flag flew over her fine old fort, the best preserved type of mediaeval fortification in this country today. Territorial and early statehood history is quite as thrilling as all that went before.
This is St. Augustine's background in brief. Preservation and Restoration are potent words. They will be made real by deeds, by the pushing of a mighty program of activity. All must help! On this Day of Independence, 1937, let us declare ourselves free from all inhibitions, all doubts, and throw ourselves heart and soul into a program that will mean more to St. Augustine and to every citizen here than any of us has yet dreamed!















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FLORIDA IS RECOGNIZING ITS HISTORIC VALUES after countless years of more or less indifference. Movements initiated at St. Augustine and the Tampa area, especially, typify this trend. The effects and results to be gained will doubtless add immensely to the Florida travel appeal and be of considerable economic vue to the state..
In the development of our natural resources we have made great strides in our march to economic greatness, but we have sadly neglected the material evidences of Florida's earlier historic periods following discovery and colonization eras.
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A locally managed organization depends upon the progSress of business firms in St. Augustine and St. Johns VISIT FLORIDAS EXOTIC BEAUTY SPOT County. It is, consequently, good business for the Exchange Bank to support and encourage all kinds of local enterprises with financial support and other faacilities of a dependable financial organization.


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After two years and nine months' successful operation, we are
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION

RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts ......... .. $ 229,97.38
Overdrafts ........................................ 244.45
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ................... ................... 17,115.05
Other Resources ................... ................... ...... ..... 2,625.86
Accrued Interest .................................... $ 3461.3
United States Securities ......... 1,97 .21 Listed Municipal and Other Bonds and Securities ................... 157,831.71
Cash and due from Banks ................. .................. 259 588.47 837,957.78
$1,087,919.52
LIABILITIES
Capital ............... ......................... $ 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits ................... ................. ......... 22885.80
Dividends Payable July 1st, 1937 ................... .......... .......... 1,53000
DEPOSITS .................................. 1,013503,72
$1,087,919.52



DIRECTORS OFFICERS
J. B. DODD
STERLING H. MARSH H. E. WOLFE ............ President
E. A. SIMMONS
LT. COL. J. H. SPENGLER J. B. DODD ......Executive Vice Pres.
FANK D. ULFPCHURCH STERLING H. MARSH ...Cashier HERBERT E. WHITE EARL J. HOEY ......Assistant Cashier


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In common with all Florida, there is every reason that the entire Nation will manifest deepest interest in the Vast Restoration and Preservation Program at St. AuHere in this area-the "Cradle of American Civilization"-is being evidenced a spirit of true public service
--Present and future generations will be highly apprecicrhott. Slrel~~ IBonsi active. ....

-The FLORIDA TIMES-UNION joins with the rest of Florida in commending the spirit and purpose of the citizenmi ship of St. Augustine and St. Johns County in initiating this too long neglected movement....

All Florida, as well as St. Augustine, has just cause to be grateful to the Carnegie Institution for the interest and co-operation it has enlisted in furthering attainment of this splendid objective....







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The Ponte Vedra Country Club Ponte V edra Ponte Vedra will delight you. It offers a new note in vacation Florida was created in accord with a plan pleasures, combining the natural that provides every possible conattractions of Florida's most fa- venience and accommodation for mous beaches with complete re- venience and accommodation for sort and recreational facilities. permanent residents and seasonal Ponte Vedra is situated on the guests. Its whole purpose is to
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Ponte Vedra Country Club guest quarters are in
several luxuriously appointed guest cottages, each
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ewe both end with hotel service. Rates tre pleus- "- furnished ocean-front homes which may be rented .err by season or month.
Now under construction are the mgnificent new
T- control club building on the golf links; adjacent: another large guest cottage facing the ocean. The
new club building will contain the general, private and children's dining rooms, a cocktail lounge,
-Espacious lobby and recreation rooms. Upon its S\OTH E completion in August, the p resent commo dious and comfortable club building will be converted into a BATH CLUB recreation unit.

The Bath Club-gay colorful center of beach activities-provides both surf THE GOLF LINKS The managing director of the Ponte
and pool bathing. It comprises a 100-unit both house, a beautifully landscaped Vedra Country Club has had many years open-air court with terrazzo dance floor and all the facilities for relaxation The Ponte Vedra Links is one of the South s sportiest experience in one of New York's finest
and refreshment. and most beautiful . a championship course, with hotels.
velvet fairways and carpet-smooth greens. Lagoons Flanking the club proper is the fine new fresh-water swimming pool, also border its fairways and add to its challenge. Its highest
landscaped, and the wading pool for small children. The tennis courts are tees overlook the blue Atlantic and a magnificent vista
adjacent to the Bath Club. Privileges of the Bath Club are extended only to of gray-green tropical jungle growth.
members, their personal guests and guests of the Ponte Vedra Country Club. Famous golfers have acclaimed Ponte Vedro Links as testing their skill to the utmost.. yet it is not unduly hard for those of lesser golfing ability . The links clubhouse offers all of the conveniences found in any first Please address inquiries to class country club

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FLORIDA'S INTERNATIONAL ATTRACTION

DICTuRED above is the awe-inspiring sight of the Mommoth formed in the limestone crust underlying Central Florida by scenery in North America to join the Ocklawaha River, then depth of 81 feet. The water is as clear as the air.


Silver Springs, of which Mammoth Spring is the largest, being Silver River is navigable to its source and the Mammoth Spring The water is of such sparkling transparency that a penny exotic, grow in profusion on the bottom. Some of them bloom

SEE SILVER SPRINGS - Follow the Silver Arrows - 5] Miles from Ocala, Florida St. Augustine, Florida