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St. Augustine resident, busi n ad philanthropist
Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission since its founding 10 years ago, has submitted his resignation.
In a letter dated August 6 and addressed to Governor Claude G. Kirk, Wolfe listed "health problems" as his reasons for resignmg.
"Because I continue to have health problems," the long-time
feel it is my duty to resign .. "It has been a most rewarding experience to have been permitted to serve as a member of thi: Commission since its organization," Wolfe continued. "I think the restoration of St. Augustine should be continued for many years to come.It :is needless for me to giveyo any rea son why I believe this, because I know from: th rest you have shown in it realize what I am .talk t. "Restoration in St gustine," H. E. Wolfe lie concluded, "is one [ lorida's great resources and should be .reserved the same as the Evirglades and other natural resources that we have."
A resident of St. Augustine since 1923, Wolfe has served "as chairman of the restoration.c W mission since it~was organized September 10, 1959.
In June 1968, he submitted his resignation as chairman of another restoation-oriented group, St. Augugtine Restoration, Inc., a non-profit organization created in 1 2 p attract tax exempt contributfds for the city's restoration program. Other members of the restoration commission, to which membership is by appointment, are Lawrence Lewis Jr, vice chairman, Richmond,, Va.; William L. Sims II, secreta-treasurer, Orlando; Edward 8911, Jack ile; W1alter B. Boot rmn h Mrs. May ood Beach; an. C. D,
In ad the res tion oup has been a .- ban nessman l a leader and chu t. Johns County. i He also d S n S t. Augustine Cit on for four years an r of the city in 1948.