Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Scrap Book No. 3, 1965-1966

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Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Scrap Book No. 3, 1965-1966
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Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Scrap Books
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Newspaper
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Saint Augustine (Fla.)
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )

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Note: The Historic St. Augustine Scrap Books were composed by Rita ("Cookie") O'Brien, who was on staff; COM. BOOK NO. 3; 6/65 TO 1/66

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University of Florida
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RyAt on 'An 011, this. the:y '. retuWed-. to ,
4-1 numer(6, .66n- -t onson. Motored where. 1)r; Smith
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it 4ti6jj delegates ii bm bot'h chairman oif the
6Aiinc ts- a '.theL Aifiericis"aiid de hthrop
pArtment. of a ology at
1 iorida '-State University, -com
V hey, 'were Welcomed 'tv St4- mented on restoration problem'
ul6s'tine, 'b .$,An enera .,.in the ancien
t G t town of Santa
W. McMillan. And Or, Rosa Pensacola and AlugusZb n b. Baill L
Ji 4iii M an u I Va- r..H6iman Ore po Toial also are -S
deli ered I ddre s dommonted on problems 6f pre-sa o Spain etvatio
om the go rernnbni f
D .-' Giiillermo 'de. Zeridegui 4 chniques of restoratio n Wwere.
n :qf Q' en on this af noon
the*-'Orginizatic, 'Bp.,k ter y Ar'A n6 rica taLes quitect Carlos Fjore's Marini
4 4 ealiexs 'f with C Azia"Walt-er Maco'zn'ber.
hi6ntaries- on' ibe bac This qvem I ng a -reception will
Rreprvation activi 'in, t 1 behel&at the St.' Aug Vafi 4 HisAorjcal, Society I rlagleaicii library
Profess cr' cj ri6t6pi 'er for the, 6nv'e'n'fioners'
TunnArd 'sp6ke 6n ktin eri- The m'e'efing continue
can "aspects. Th pres la vationtthrough-,Satiuday at t4er Monii: Eii ies in t14',,ITnAed:- %Statep son. Are hitectur al and nreserva.
were -described 'b r.' NVilliam, tion 6xhibits'will be on display
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - . . . . . . . .
Murta 'h and ,Xeiinetl Anderson. tit the' Fjorida' State Cenit'er b
S 'the e ng. omorrow morning RSL
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PIS IS ITO INTE :TINPISHED V OBTAIN
'te, 'j "_ ';. t'
Mrs. C Vaugkr Toowers f in reg ; in ugustine: Both' he" Ju
Jacksonville 1--m6riber of Alie' -,Were--' speikeis -vn ; 'p opose I !a' A uy U
St. Am gus't '" 'HiAbltica Res-- of the:"P;Ln merican, ym f U eL n IT lini. pre ser -nd ]K ivaid R., L toration.;a d:.Pr&ervition Com- %04 vAV.6n' a is
mission, enter iMned Ais morn. toration of ,Rxstoricaf m an. A4si i a meA6. Rog. r, nEo d&,Leon : % I t. "M raw ck. tor Ldd iib.- A, diam a C g Wo gne Shown above toA91'n'g-"
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tfnkiii hla& vis't 6, he' citY. right: IV. rs. Bert LX. 0
..' Dr William turtagh, Kinnet ; AnAers" X511
of, o e men i 6 i of,,. National
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OPEN-EXHIBITS."A 'fLORIM"CENT1 R 4
an Airn pcmum on Pipieryappi "Do!1ege 6%, 6 'eritan
onvrnents-,, open :ex i i s at, 44 F18ridi. S6i6. zriiht juiri K 0 gover mex .e vna ,,- d ;e'b a, r ep cseritative tL 'S" n it; igu uerrl ro,
'r 0 e pl tnish M Is
e sa-,,c e a nqui
lurq ia, Wh ut e ,, qPatloh f th CA -1 11 _n int o q,,,ipq o o sicio -Y AteiiiiliL a Confir.'en'de chairnian, C- S6ftla" hinAillazq'ii- -,V.
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On,. Di lay H, r o. :T 0:ay Al
e_ JCJ T te,. operation 6r, use inns',, and hoteh with th Yldi it St6ft,
thr ug o, 'hi;_ eum the F16ridi e e .,At,9 00 : A.M.; 0 1i t Sp'a h. This_:-was ind krouo -nt
o ay 4*i h- ita ijit of: troducied by Sr. uan anuel Val. opine C th G nersxl'-Dfrkm 'N6*ton, iribctbr of the( ;St. Au" ha- tng ex I U.its,', tolated o thlar Cak&'L,,1 from e e
6 ,', :6n
t,, Tp' A: A c in kdBtine,,Higt'oiicalR-dgt6riitio
an merican- ongress' hitikture
oii k onu ej We I I ;t q rAtiol, V thlerpinels e c th archi. Pre ervation: Cbminiss on,:rw
the iedure of Hiipanle cities of the his developed. the e6nter, retur#el nowiin-progTess at
on ioto erna 6, e Yester ay rbm Ga nestilre,
r, 'd ew, Worid:'Aniijda ;. Guat:
%&e principa, !-ex ibitg,- sphn Carta '-C- 616mbin; and -various '*berlel be conf rredwlth 'Dn.j.
R&rjeograph2 of"- a ar,6hji; and ;-pre-C61ombian- mild- D161cinson dirii tor, ok t liigs in Mexic& i 6pi 'siiit'ng state Mugeu; an J
WqUve. h-,e co", ls s ir , .4 1 li ., Ward, o;W I theidl countii e;SirC_- t j. jbr 71 .1. 1 ... -a we arlos assiStAn
_P e e., director of the
_4, a ndL dep ill e ric ness Samo_0& C
dr Spanish '.,olonjal h1nehilla, 'Dir"edtor 61 Development Cominission. Th6m. Q Museums Yo i U6- -GuAteiiiaU4 eAiblit for
-:whi h tAmsdum will be in St. --Au.
"'. c ii old 4governr4ent,' Miguel Guerr- the F r d next ek to review le.. je ero, dV!sdr tute, of gt e we
-F b.,, 'A S1 I ',r pecak dmP SW r. , r e
inp Cartagena, Col6m n.. A ou, ta I' the';'1!uture '0' c in its, N S & M6rini, ib ta, r. Nrlbs Flor6 expectedAho building _S I S r 'M
n j'., Monument is' WM R I OC ETY ENTERTAIN ,PAN, SYMPOSIUM, IE
io ric-projected4orif.' za e the Mexico, be formally dedicAted during.
-, j
'iefor itne 1' ute elf, quadricentennial week bekinnibo 'ab6*
mte o ,- Giivan,' frbid (the. hqtit Doilegiteg here'. in attend. wi re,014pnt
-Atstheti 8,- in company 'with -Jtvestijitl ns,: At:, the- 'A gusi 9 Nn Anterican,_:-C ijh i jj 'Uj I 'pci, dd the exhibitv- anee at thiv I I A Ik ,- t, f 6 ,
ti *vre, :"Hl6luilk ,
_08 um were gues of own arer-1 Aj c, are itecure Spanish:rgoverninent:c6nte rip.li ;:C quadricenten- tndO construction, and The 8aint Augustine Histori rimlo ;Ufiit'd SiA es'js -t e thefhO a emi- perin anen 'e'!
ILTIol.-, -nreila ed'bv'th -, nis' exhibits for- the buildhig are eat Society -oara of 41 of ":;iA
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5thters has a terrible. far; akl ladiedy exep1 the sesh e

n yniposi Cha er U d a subsa of ls acieto Spin sa 'L JairDdita f e
decisibn that bcause of this lause, y want o bbe bulits _y rds iof pns r p n

ni fehnd Auustine the sghts, nd goaway with Tngo mhe gso(,n-omo
gru th nxt ftr eteneddisusion t lie more knwleg t a ch gs tow ar the op-er

u ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ a de wa i mbroin anep cuai t s ise'' Fn eod linJa4
to levn mgh bejusifed or duatin- sontoteroh ass, uchas sai n({li ci e, m r ha when
the~~~:M h g Untd ahupoe. o e e ab ots w o u ozen re ecnung irifd ay ceeraton
nd s bmit ed T e d lega es t ok s ecia no-o f Sat Auush tin wil bpeww r s o l ne at i n ong p,
he ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ < crfrnete ofPeietKneyso-co medn ito th gol r n es eavi en f po med wt h
ents,.nximber- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ jiul j-tv o h esoain adb se e n r Spi ytat county' wron acegpr vd ] fin
were ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~t adote utiizaio ofS.A-siepaa me nectzi,(eerls rdet cnesatior nae .gori
in its ipact thi diplomaic and education e of ate hisori a lavideim h biJvbtege-ydvs
Orgniztio pupos cold n tisdnstnc athechief omstrtr o fo qr frni Spin was impresse
to uderakejusifytheproram of eco-dalsiene l. by tm Afstie andots iena e
ctteodsAtuto sapr fa vr o air vi a en R SI r0 hsa Iersen suc) a om
niispliere~~~~~~~~~~~ antalretrtohporm edo the Generaplissimo oardpeefdlf otehsoyo

lo g th s te -i m f ar r p r s n at v f e tin Sot.d A u us in ibc u t d e f r s a fr enl y ci. "
go Coumbts, t e InernatonalCounil o Na-isd cit p oas ta n a itr t i Wimle'Do Ji e eaes to
way ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ trrs -etodornt it h ainlprs eia a ln n h ok o e
( J~ie Ba- m ve entbe ncopoate intheP'lli ht relet Sp i rrthe trn vi si o y "se th 1p oges

rf ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~i then O.A e'hecm edainmer oi-ei ti mginet it a nd IS apeaner at

c al~v si uko f t w d l g n a e o i s ui nle b y a b u l i h 0 7 in R otra E a rie h e o, e x e



ber ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ %g coonrie was affirmed that. itsoldb o in nine-mria a
only4 thee firsti of a cotnuu se-e terrai. e lorc, em 6
ussions~tto fonh thethe ries of conferences t esalih aMr e to po eo teP around one uniformity ofP, st n ad a A meica Sy poiu onnelistor ter ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e ofprl Venice prnilsi'esoaintrug-iabouenscneece xRnreostrcto ou the he ishee as well asaetma' ton th caty lasteni weeken and th nuens The deiefthemansl ofinoprtndeson omaehe etng h
the ecn o mi c p an s o n th e var ius ro lor conferences.er a i H e sald th ats up oiif rs et
American natons the invitationh of President Fere lt
Delegate atenin the cofr ead Beaude T rrmosP r
Venzula Ecudor Peru Chile in Liea cn September.sned h
Guteal Gueico, rm ande the Th speke strsse the Weimgair;ge
Un item a e. The Arentin poranc ofhvigLaiiA e
delegate was naern t o r due iiprid incanan digitaie viitn St. Aue_ .oiJversge a-ip to airn~o't conetins gute Hee sai that on mus s la"f-r Ah r' Guestrea ohe hono ath, the banue se S. ugutie n ode t F rid ay nig h t~ w as D r .i i J ai m P o e il z th p o e i a a s t s 0 e:St A shn nTe nai min an interai. .rinM drd





































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Wel 10 SSpng fst~l eaches odvisory ehs.r.oh M s. we re
t M rs, G eorg Cha p ion Jr.


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and of S Auguiahe. Thnnthusia m of thechi dre
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wl1 greetg thegd l viio&S. uutn
cele rate its 400th, .i p r o t
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pitnMseelo a Auutnotaoy mn thesiee f 102 'Cros and word

one5 r~ ofte.an.v th"udienenaMe
under way Jne-27 Paul.... GreT symphnic




thete tha wa bil. e ly fr ths poducion 'Cross and Sword
with othe irst two n years.....

Dra Tm DeatMnt oLI th vnert ofy Floida is.
of~~4 thVroutin The a phithater4s;.s in Anstasi Stat Park of St Augutine.Coqui oneqare3tert
Q~still de SarMare, othe eary St Augstin









kNISI INN -In, Spanish Quartyr of St. Atough tugstse y5P'


shis nd dp ed t.thePa erca Bxilingan Spt. 5it Is plimpy -toof
laie h pns oen etB id the mic-ldratt, eve...ry ...

J~finedez algte th cuturl nd ductioalex" Medamlon'.Offered
da cast.Thatbeig St hib rerom' Latin-Ame rican I ommrto

eD ,th 8 aveev ulesk-Stee I rs c ,r
du h utheln neal The -Wean American Building:Agsie40hAnv


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leted is.. the. Flrd State q.dietnilyaa il fy n h eai h








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DE -THE NA di6nce with th hi f f piiin and visit. a ast: of e o 1-in'S whieh,,is brffiging ate of Spain, Ge e Cis
rr CITY 1 4 neral simo theliestas in progress in Spain James
Opera k7rancisco Franco,. on July 14 to assist in making St.' Augus- grims rom all ov
Horne OWned 01 e' Aa this er Eurqpe, ,,.
OINDAYA- T&KNOONI;. JUNE Estkli lnbvd In 1894 Fi die.val s IS now been confirmed, for the tine's great Spanish e ancient ial quadricentennial delega- scheduled for the first week in city- still: 6 fe most I
taon, scheduled to leave for September more, authentic and portant Catholic shrines in, tt
_pain July 13. The delegation colorful world.
Will present, General Franco vi' porti delegatIq.
Th'ey,,will then be retei ed in, oq of the .11 then go
a n sn a rt .p ia with the first gold, quadrjcenten Barcelona by Alfredo de Aviles., to to A itial medalhon,':in honor of the, cuss with..Britih offkfals E kj' a descendantof the lounder,. Pe-
ile Spain played inopening ap, dr Men'nd Aviles, and by land's par4cipationin ez de qua,
the land that is nowTiorida:;And E riqu6 Monjo,, esigner of the ricen e't talial fro

fo difigthe first city in What and one of Ab ugust 3rd...
JZ now the United States. sculptors. The ', national Quadricentennial, tori,
delegation' is expected alld governmental oups ,are
The d to newspaper Vanguardia. Is,,
kq received at e Spanish Pa h esented the% official de,
P ring a special ei i ion in onor. repr
chairman and
tliofi at the. World's Fair by of St. Augustine. g4ti6n., The.c c Miguel Garcia' de: Saez, com Early thii following seiiek l of the OLM: F. er at Co eek they
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iiissip'ner general,. for a fore w. proceed. to, t e porth co"t in ohn Bad""'
b 1. - T ewtqn,;,,-Mayo
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0' lmstfelof Spalnr. de' Spain and to.Aviliesi to 0
Gr I- :A
evening y, e ver- th 4, Iberia Airlihes! ten n; inv
d a' I ation th
er, th .1 I nor 6 Astur sary Corporation" J.. Dry ind will 'b gr6et6d the-,nex. ias o& t6- Ma'y'or, andp ro e I %. :&le, pilt oftbe b w co, Aviles :to att,
orzdng y,,gn official el rrvw o endthe cieremcR-) bti t' atio I r1c JT
g', del6gap io al 'Soci6ty Frank D
-0 -ion Of SpzinIsb,.offi nies'in St. Aukdsfte'$6ptember A. I I 1 .1 r will,,.. comprise t e
s. kpll wih the pies6tal, 8..,Tbe group. thenr goes _to an- church h de em,
AV Von) the grotip, will'tourr' astl'es 'd de:v! Cordpestela for 1he. gation, Invitations have
1111 llgp, bieen extended fo. Adjutant4it"
ro Kerl ee
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resent the StUe, Archbishop..,,,
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'Thp St 'Augus in6 Resloratidli''raccornplisho(1: it -Who"I WOIL;o th t 16lig4ith seph P, 'Hiirley, -C*airmari'E' on commission' oi eo urt6d. with,
re se I rvai m: -ftfttz'e ., the". fr atr, bflltlie b'dilditig, nc -,his -tfIiziking 'Byrd to'
P epi esent the cou
'L C. Rinjoivek, 7 and. La:w- SP he toda ,'appeoved a $297 000 opef- .-aS 'a diFift studiojfA2. A President Herbie Wi'&- f'orn',",
t at 'o fom ,
ating-,'budget' he, iiex W01 Harvey Lp'p'ez H nee:-Lewis hot the li!E& of '',the 'C-hamb&,' 0'
rnje I, f , nain tv b0ding thou d be completely mence, and Pr6si.46nt Alliso
The merri, er s. of- & COMM S; I I T o .a
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sion. pa S, A reso ution-lin U'las r fe prior o ope ng..ta O.e.S : ,e Andrew for',the Junior
ditiodal,-, PeOpl r on'the, sta&,o Lo el puk .of Commerce. rnorlam.-dfll iiie Harvey
'By v k'-,gmml ode.COmposteIa,,.th6 sit : A mns group 4he cOXiimis! d) Iegidow.to 'Spaift
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dit thk s!il 'the','St Aug tin' wenty- ee ay lomb ,, .6fr St.: jarn s' thi :,T. Post Y. tWfo p ae- pected to ,,:,acc Diriiqtor',,t ile- Newton, 'arj ared app, d AM 'A leiare tho'!ronl es ose in eres notinced that at): execufiv ,"8 6 missidn.that- Chhfi m6n-: at, tired hand, Ir., V ,. of V6- claLd6feiatl h. Th
"by k.. and orl
:.TJ Utd. ,which -Popes sistant-thad 'been engaged R 6 ltfe ahd.. MOor J6 ii 1B a6y. 6rs will ret&11,16' In, accoilipanyingor represen
seconded bi --L,' C nuses to'be"a' hav, -j iirited.
tribUtd approxirnate Y': 16 trip the privilegq of Ing a community orgbanizati6o andle 'public T6 I a1fi16,h1s' and -Ja paid fine would',. hea fter what P o '- or on' regularly celebration: a of enchanted prop ti S. oly -Ne
t-up, a- ,'li i ngprogtain in th&, by persons in an bffi&lal'visit to should. Ne pbntrib tions1oL.Afie p'r'o-giiami 'the gunny land 6f .-Spain al- Year. 6 Compostelan- Jubilm. and'Ahe Rainbow r
res oration 4 the lke'6dH0i,.. -,!' $Plaintopresent general 1 ne
'.crafts ani], C, Fra o. i!: iti open brand. is celebrated e -y jl I 1'St, -- 11 It em- N very .,.year,,r in related, proj,48 gold rnedalli6ntCOMM yi o noted. io d vice. Air space is, ver Respess -Proiierty, Offeicf4l' it A of. h6ifpit ty, :hp e64 fed to 96, d :*hl6h ',.thd feast of-. S"tIa90
J4wt0n,:staAdd,1fi'at'a 30-year- -6rating thp': 406t'hl a'hnlvers ry of d; will be, nori-existent William Daniel, representmg '-.that tfi i kbrida (july 20 611s on a an ay. old.tGedrjian;- iuic'6 d t see
,Qreen;,ha the eity.' 11. 1 11
the R6spess- d6ipoiation, ,of.' Alt- vi itorg Ave 'the Aime of their pr6sint restorat! of VA ;.
Oye'i I ', 1.
fbeen emp I' by the piiimi 1 1 nl six goi -rrie -h
anta; 'in ormed the' corninission 0 a e :lives,, and1fi6ii ribus, monuments; along thepilsion'; n&w sptes6 i ONs a d ve d t t
o 'that they were'.,yviHihg to,, self the be6h,.strurkandw h ab -- Nothlng; -'ipp'arWl ,., ,is ..grimage- rou e.--. he-- Camino de
sei ar, at ,Cq bnlal At to -h6adsl 6fgt&e., ,Plahs are be-' '' 11 Ili -r.""r .- A r 1.
Id P'acettl- pr 60rty located, heAa1 0 good frfb6se who vq:in, a ci. yt,-Santiago which eads to-.t d," 6-pr6eptjhe oth-,
"gt oft Charl6tie Jhg.,finalize 1
Pell, 11 6jfhl t!eii the nl Corner -and fotindeA;b 'in itself 400.yea",] Mous shrine 'are rapidly being
*as ary k Ji4-rnedallio y pa P taries for 44 GN.ij ba'niO pe shores'. 1 Coinplet d. Spain- in especially Jill A Af.'r_ a '-S witt -eo Pr sideit"JOhns fo interestedih4hevot ii'
oifei6dthe'cominission A-40-,d'ay k ear r a117
furnished, 4 Aorati'64',-, ipots',,- option Qenevalissftno' I d tiago-a Mount ;00bre ro.. 4- ere
nm Francohas:,brdere( A-re can'tdfd'-'th mml ,On,
'Coin&t d E CO pet 't w4, out,, for' ruins -pi ear hro' -the visitors, ii ,stru' urLi er; tp ]RI Jt,. ith at i if" : l aY-' be' possible ,' that, d'da
b" from across t e sea -He. self were discovere iing:14e res air G'Overn'olr 1 ay. qn. qrng- might -an aud' toration work. ton irl ihe, qommis onj fit' Vill or iw ,, A J,-t t t IibaI1cedJo't e b6' ablb-.to' m trip to ence-a:, inc and' 4an
--b ake the "alind 1. s t, un 1' y new h6bils and tourist of the",
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_ge iar fa '' t, Spain. fe !ff t b onor usu y reserved, cilities h6ve been c6:nstkic % House, on, St... overnor' B urns- i g diplo I Bur"linis e F W"' Jj6 L of fh4' Arri*", C lii G his 6fil, A16,, to' rank n mat& af;the neighboring clqes o
as ee ici visi and, Leon'and,'Dt
State tiw itiakie 2 4 )M m -two,,, Joical residents gosl" L O forAhe'reefitation't "Z' ra Fr' the trip, with in r a r ny lisio 9 ce eb r.ations (if, the, Holy t. Hf-,rela K -46n ko* ate 6. e h, thefiit -is p6sgible,:f af4ke of, 1965 at-. San iago lie 0 left'. opi g for.',-cahce a N d
I a '4] d,
hat 4 1 emp oyp 1"'t L" t#6 'Public"
ernors .Zf F16ridii
tv6 g(? ad f n -poste jje-whb 'th' ibg, enreservalo -ac- om
?L, 11 11 t- "' qrs. f th nd- Tfie'.Atine
ntly 4 "'d th cording 'I hayi o rary q pL-s grolIp; (rece, 0, = 'he sai IC
d faet,'fhat', desc nd-', f -h b' Toursi 1, will',Aep art -from J ae k s ;on"
11 P Ailt ep to t e young o t e Rain ow *h.,The dojipy :-tlie S 1 e46' an&A'
'iit &6f:bon 1 edib v elat, anne who along-i'-withEarle Newton, alia. tilesday, 'prrive, j stfllr re director A iort at fle.-Z he a ,.Kennedy-". irr
of t '3t-. Augustine
dric6 ennial 'Commission, a.M.." IS Witbr'Slg t
t
'title th r p. seeing and social unc U.
is,,arFangin
Sp6in. minatinj with the audience with,
ill be- Mr. ana: kf ft., E'r GeneraliSifiao, : rancO;;: W. .11. 1)1',,' M, I I (Cofinu6d on r Page 54) riti H nry
Wolfe aIid'dhaA6 alor.
q fe Wo e.,. me.
a.,re to, e General: and Mrs..
J Upon arrival. at New York C issl0n:r praistng Jbe fre- miftaii. .,and Miss alie % Mcmil"FLOR- I )A -TIMtS-UN -( )US' piodiietibi "!,,Cross 'and, I Ri g I ht:. Rev. :Monsignor the group will be taken, to the C med, it 's 6-t.E d t,, r Spanish Pavilion at the World's
word,".. jkj :John, P-Burns, Mayor. ahd Mrs. Fair :where Commissioner Gen0A-% whi6h ;all. Florli#:, Should. e, John B ailey Mt. and Mrs. eral Miguel Garcia -SaeZ will hot 'DRAMA,.'M A d Mr. ar
mpSt prou -N6wto'n, lid Mrs. a reception followed by lumbeon
0.,,NeWtonj Sr., Mrs. A. H. lo s ome, in the '!Granada Room.
of ere
Dkeetor Ear L .0
B d kn A id,-2% T.'eb ajllt r r., Mrs. Agnes White A: Spaii ish dance performance L $plqq: consi er-,
tq;,tfie Miss'Marie Nader Mrs.rllita 0'- PaVil
in the ion Theater Wnd
a i -in
Sw prop6se'd',',donat.ion,,o BrieA, Irvine Morrison, Rev. bpnrvoyage .party, aboard the
Ath century Englisli'libbid Rev. .,Or. cq ire in-, ather David age and
that, V P. anta Maria, flagship of Colum
row h6, a-'. t1i i d 10 4, years ago, ;",i Diego Conesa.
r bu!e, hoited. by L. M. Vineburgh :, lewton said e purpose of
Lyfip, Massdc Will occupy the day -iantiltdepar
Newton' told,'thb. -c 0mallssibii the, trip was to. visit the castles, I ture from the airport (Iberia' T.. AUG STI'NE, Jdly.- '-Gov. 'Haydon -aBuihs in, &Adtter that he Wig ; illing to donate df Sp, in'- See typical fiestas, es- Airlhies) at 8 p.m.
to 11; chii : -of the Quadri6eni laingfor use- in. azr 't th ehni Dnin-As 'the bui Eiij- '0 f e Feas of St. ross, an p eel' hat'o 't time Of sion,--pralsed St.. August outdoor dra C '' d 9*or&" onr" W C IS J Scheduled arrival at Site S tiag6,delr C6mpOS
I I W h
lish exhibitl'
ahl:f- wai -talkipg.stev sto' heiO bd6st the drama; ames.4 an Madrid is 7:50 a.m. Reservations nnedr t6,be-AeAic atedjin, lat te a But 99'.
'a -rjnst' ted' tb r Ai:.' have been made at the historic
In,, he letter ,Mirns gildr
e: h ruc e,, nse on July or-'6arl Akughsti- journey soon acquired' the Hotel Wellington noted. for its
bu a aii6i -to, P oniote tbe play" Lii, 4W 00 xnd, n,&p3 hi'li; 0ects of Ar h the' 'sea flair and ex
dA, a cross continental quisite '4100' to;,be irfiited.' He als64sked the 'I li" P ndstbied"in i
Out ther &ELM& as a poinr'of inter6sl In the,, statc", And to- -Newton a :14111 laun cuisine.
nini6nd ,Jt to lnotorfS tS dv'ise a the ntiAgo.del,,Compostela, g
The bi event 6f the. tri
the mos 04 rerco ission t AiCular -Import, Mrs.
fte. haVe the Turnpike .Authbrity parri- English Tionids -ofiginally'fouhd t 12, hoon wh6ns Gener
Omnlented. Rome and comes a
pbletg publicizing'the dianla to rinotorists.. enterJhg the turnpike in colonial St. Augustine' were ali'sSI-InD Franco will greet the
-.At" 911 stations south of Port Pierce and said tl e Florida, d shippe& I St. Augustine. 'delegation: At a 010priiC'.1ij oomniiSS -be distrib te a- Sect, rnS to
ion TVoWd,, in 0 the city for re on-, short audience
a4 it tili w6l 00M stations. July 15-IT will be filled With
structidn. tours to 'Granada, Sego 3 iihe !,, pia M, sell fi6l is privileked, to ba, offers .$25,000 via, Any person w Sim's le the -castles ne ri uy 2 5
CornrliJSSio ar Mad d t, Bt I tn
-t 'e audience member-V santiago ranged y the
jai Pk Lm .T Marques de Sa esi
commpn r1ando, sta.ted.that
pro m. d A, obl
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_P? ,, SfTKER ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ geo Jg h ipas ntesaee-Gl ealosas rt epast o a e r Ba,0 frosso, act ion the fSist wpeek ete are 1

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nat paigArpeetv~fte edule Ofim Events
r o 400neth Annverar Lift
heuefrMen cl-R atta pafrmth 'Stha Geoe othe cout i gh ndto there erst ioatet t g th dy. !nmbrar atble colon e te tip t
en ft mmer w s co 3 ewilntonsprF dh:dm beo sn deth ashrpans a ho Is G ne a is i o r 6y t Augusptne Qad- Da.the govemt p o ret an c abie Th pns oenetos.as
e o g : : 0te Foia t i. poicel nie up bedsn cangran hO B h a m o cle
y.a Coorin tng otetc nro A ugust 31 l col mbane this woucild bet coodinte wih Ihnefr o ifr usles an h vebe n
and'iv wb chse ^1007 :" s y ni oed i n e ar n g t n ur is o
Earl:Neto, : l esre tes fror $4,0, t of s apo rti ,taetecndsere- elabn Frnoa d i u tyo i f 95 inr lpr opeakes wovsi ak e rm y aios Latin ntih e ir Hst as U d I 97aSpmssavo ucsind adB e
_ps"" inW ""sm si bo me i States, This6 has been- setl forn clrdSpi ory ut the mo'n arcsh an Spi b bFo beu hee osire. Spen r4col b e d ive s~om iebyalorn 4 oscedF~nohsnvrbe coe. Tae7y








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'For Traffic C h j, f
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motary,,, 'Pres
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Th nept )on BureAn iibl love. h ,orge, .. .i r . i4n.
closing 4 1"' 1 , I'~ '.gev Stipet, -be4 qd e ,: tifiat' nieeting,, ok.the ocal ST,,AUGUSTINE, Jul 7-A group of disgruntled -St. 'di Fig docal k6-Aiib to 4ts a e d with a 15rogrArndescribing "plans etail merchants here objected to plans drawn up Ween': ;'19611 Mei&afits of that Oth :' inerch
Area 40,,.Gbo ge wi- irbons, Jr, A&ut 66 ,
change the traffic pattern in downtown St. Augustine our u p e- -in .,t. 'the for 17965
occurr4 ing, 9 i Agr ebment Wi ree qv J orp.1 d th at a meeting today with the City CoMmisssion. at afi,, infbrnia meet, B; e e.,. elull the Ci-t-Y Commission th' h A that.. 1 6tary. In-teiiiationid: had
The merchants are. afraid Ahat aye-pr. iop co e 0.
ILD f e, C a the change, which would Involve commission when the problem sing :.go the::,. atel, requiostd that th I t.
a i 'bi -- w te t ii s% lxibf The Jacksoliville'planping con- fa gg e it o essing. o terthe closing of..'St. George, Street was first discussed. 0 0 ApoilBor ont
a in 'Spain as may lp 16vith through therestoration area to The mere Elillfifit-1 ad4nd Vth0:,-,cdnimissione bver tbings.:., 6 it'. I I t hant said that closing t go as,
11"olita. Street, would b the gates bad affected biL S 4pa met6liant'g, thA, 'Sj.; 'Augu 'Janp!, 4."M joti w r Q ll r 8 h 0 e"S'
In the area. "If you were in our OR- Was".;en, ering into it.,Whoje u-.Woud Also'. be concern eld t mental to! tlielr' businesses. I .'",
r ly I I 'XW6 George Simons, a, pl e concerned n,- W,' eT a in lts 'his'to- 16outAbe futbre,"-, hi& Ak-,
anning con. shoes you would b he s
sultant, from Ja ksonville', sub- with "your future on I the Street," r Simons firm 'prIPPR L-red I a full raff aslc4Ct he c6iiijoriiss'iov 4.,I)o Will,
.1 tion progTanl.', qi4geongio ered rnitted. the plan to the City Com- the merchant said. c o i pprehen-sive 61ty-planf9r St Y012,;,Wagt 'UEL on th is, stri4& 4i
mission' and merchants. He 'Said -At the meeting'two years Apgustine Jn 19' -,14 the Rdtariai ;' 60, cooperation fiot-.jol us
-1 C. I W %.. 1. ; Irvestp aL'Hoxi 'i. that with St., Augustine's restora- the merchants asked the com- i lan i x "c onlini ., I I h t 6 it'. g Aquoeted but"" he 04'id.
p a 'wag., pres
tion program It would be neces- mission to appoint a parking au-, as k eSt
s
eol S. "t-, it
iiuy I to eventually close St. thorlty to study areas which in' re0gnl Ion 61 Aylaqns q ..St. Gboiio street e ul 'to aid the ',f a'tt' that George Stree and said tb6 soon r co' d be developed I ". .. . 0. er n,
in el'y', 'a n 9 th e r L' to" 1 S.- ." e i g by.. 0ip Paiikp*2 king Ruthorl is, ri Will ",.'-closed'. imon replied. the better. merchants. The par ieloie' the Rptar' i P St. Atikus- -Pe. 6 I t Merchanti said, the city, had ty was never formed,'the mer. :f al 6int. i F il Qpindon St, 06]rgq' Strpe ,,yynee rapidly e- q q i'? q j. K a' re- ing. 'Westphal W.'Pw a-Tassanger failed to carry out plans which chant.p'ointed out. Pul on th e I fi I Kpa. city. of iiiter.n Da IM-1.
were submitted, by Simons sever The merchFints also, criticind adde a,, the, clb6i 4 Ai
irs' ago when he undertook the' por ance. ored,76 .- ircraft itlj
va'ye commission for isett[bg up an no t,,,t ke tlace' until, Ade Nry, to 'Santi4 go, chiii.
& $Infflar study.. The main prob airport authority which they ap "ITe4escrivie'd St, G06xg'e street quaW par mg ated Repic'.senting. Ayidre v' B," Sl a y,
lem. raised' by the',.rn&cbaTits pr6ved'of but illch af'iho'p es- ;as -fh t 'h uld
1 1. L ing, a, p age ,i a s 9 had -time, to':' glv etvas the availability of adequate en't time was servi I pre. v pr i .Airlines,, Sion- the. suggeq(0. re-routing a trial
ng on Y" Olle discourage thro gh tra flc. d' % 'ig oV 11 1 .. .., Gr'iibe parking faleffiti6s behind their whic vne by, W
,industry in the coinmuMty. Tbe, ons saidy ',f d9et nl"QRn Gnel that period., Co Am'erics(n kiii,
4tores. said that a parking auth6rity excludi ines,*
''One, merchant accused the city would tave been more 6eneficial YaYOr -, Qomnii"jon jobn;, vV S'.:Geotge Po wl er,
rather it an ot, re; rotiting' 'eg ; we4tyihii. ro, 1,ji.
-of spendizig money for -what it to them. 'h4w:s
Iperhqs the..- v yea$
wanted but failing to allocate One merchant asked the com- Si ill ilial-', een- a:sk4c offl
h '971, fund$ which could possibly- help mission, "Do you want us oAtbe Called irl. to e, t e th"- fd i'pla:T4 on t -various t-ra f "eiris :tactx. the merchants. street or are we- to, be stWe City C6mmission on-futur. 6 ri bl ..that t -last
Simons c in theatre fl4om, the eitYr9ate Baile the ti -w4?u iving rdprrib ontended that the busi- out of business and moved'else- y stated that' it ek of -the f4st "pi
ness north 'of Hyp llta Street is where? to- CathedraY 'not center in a-ny, jlai. .withow neer, jmght
mainly pedestrian customers. Simons replied that be could si:lgge ted a T6veigitl of several gj-vlnf_ It a Baile
The merchants argued that at see no effect, that the ch&nLZ8 traffic platt e- n-,, suggested, %hat'. the, -.0oinmigSion, leAst .20 pe cent of. their, Sales would' have on the busimses a le to wor -.,o:l t rk ''Orge might be -pa
were Impulse.buyers'whostopped along the street. I.S t re e I t -from t e 1,
,&Tter s eeing somet lxlg In the One merchant told the 'com-us] g, a sin
ypo 1, ree., 1' r sys,,em, a tiiedi'
-w1ndo,0s' -*hich* th63".,wanfed. mis Sion,. When you, do a job it's rse epr 'V qth l
The 'traffic plan, drawn UP by what' the' city wAnts, not wha two lo a 8 :, 1 al f n 0 i'th froim ,d athedr- 't 1 .-.a, Simons utilizes existing, parking in the plaits.":Anotberrherchalat two Fie. .'A as replie 'You can t,.
way traf ic be- - 1. i .1.
-wrong C Pxnp :facilities.' He addeof that with a' added, "There's nothing' are- hp-ban'kg,*ith ing, Stre'et atliedtAl,,
reversal of traffic in the with St. A gustine that $10 m4- 'tween:Y, chaht.
the parking areas would be more lion wouldn't 'cure." do iniissi oh6r, Harry,,Gdit
ReceAsible, No formal utio n was taken on King, streA '. j .
3.' Reve rsp tra fic On sp niA term, a' n .1. gtA 'ed4that, As; far,:a' s One merchant, wAs disturbed the plans today. The Joint meetbecause the city comm. is I Sion Ing was 'to air diff e rep I es ., of Street (one way) 'to 1 'know the restoration payo n6
would not outline plans, for'the op1nion'betwee'n the city and mer- "trnfiic ofi'Charlotte t, peop e :,p ,A I I I ., ". '- '
future. 'He said the merchants chants prior to a 6cisionion the to mpve, south. greal, 'dea -,of,, takes.
had agreed to. the closing of' the l traffic pattern change. -5 Traff ic .6n,, lqy lql 'ta 'xecomL- shou 4 p to,,VJ4.6 ink fo r.
'm:) 'dn"ded,'esst and' West-Irom"Sf t 1-incity Added that thbigs-1 The City -Comn-Assion *111A, : I h
plkh ned' 'At trefic: chillige VinCen ] A ut6,
Rrewt gaiiii",- as the proposed eorge (.6he ".M
M n t to- isagree wi agues;, tio'.," Jill tb MIA iegillar eeting extweek CQ L a would",- b d'
Tears, ago "W: 0, wo ,way
-and h6wevoir, i" agree that, you! can't
',Charlc e-,, Way) be- have aut6iAAile"fia fic','ori St.
,tweea Avehidra, ;A-Ve'n;e q; .'ar)j George treetfropix e.Giry-Cate ,o r, rw a to 'Ilypolitw,.;Stro t In Efiarlatte Lr 'and
unning, w es, t,'
one, way)', etween, or ova t nd don t 'care, it t6: traffic flowlqA
parkinkL cnt ilce on.'6' north,,or s.Quth...on:.,'S't. G66rge e r, t an ;heCsaid. e guggeste&Ltbat the
_TC Consider", (I 'eo i pav)ng an :.metei-SfMonq 'that addit ona Y'
strubtid d esioialtion bil" house ects rc fto 'hi ld ,a d'th at' of'
.d. ; --: :-1z, q,.,. -ifities-ihou d-be
hlal inova zo s d' off, Char ili 61 marin t I 4119 9, pax lotte
-, Ha96 Wh'id -6b
vith ihe' froiit -.f acade in Spani h (payed -a Tid -metered ) in, ihIe" directly ebehina, Weste-n Will d&signated.--asf'-th6 An, di:r&,Aly- behind 'WeBtern 'Stre t y ibasonary 'and irf woo C ail AutoiAmericani cep r compfe- the ba6k: d AuuLo' 6tte, and' directhe influenee of an 'D kH own- ar Sitpe jnten&nt Beft Rob tbd.' in ime or 'th t I 'b' h. ly behird'ethe','Vagabondr H
e Colr y 19 de d Ouse 111 1 noi style
6 47 t on Sp ni '
birth ay. pdf y. an i ew on 9 n ax 60 b
e ir"rst ;waek of hi's: n'at1;ve-J d a-ve problem eonte'. I b, -I Spvei TSi6 ta t SWhen Com'pl'Aid theL" fixiildlnj
ln, Sep m er;. t' e and a r-objection, 6 ally on
mission', 'diie v opene as an Aibii;,n conc6rrl b, the, sti;eet'
rdstoratfion corn' p an' tQL"[1,D1' f Th !,' Ire-route traf c' .;
Pan -plan -c.o.yiti.nue' traffic announced.1oday., liter for the 6e6rge, ,t4e, caN for,:, Robertst.
a,: gee-] for the touristsyehic, es
5 rin M .; 1 -1 .,
.:.retaria e 0rganizhtion-16f,,,, Fre,, iq t tre I Ml tihit- d;, WotkL, i. beg". thi s we &,.o1f he t th d te out thiit it .*buld be dif ;
St site',and-js bemi 9. Amqlcan., States, tr' South lpillltto'. cont' 1 'as automob es I thd, *' -L
astdned n 'The an ican, 'Union, ""')SL George Will WuA joi ro d M''
to eet, the:"Mitlid P Amer' u, ow trains an ugne,, ew n w le is,, o 0A a t 2 .
dead, to aid .' ; : hl h Id6rL 'tban. ille', f proi,44ty, a nd th ead6wn th
t.',. G e6i&,, f rmal: act* yea r s a go :, a 114, 1.
buid ng *as oNme y a. ion 15 -tate, impu se ,,
the I d, b L1 buyin k rerouting4
J's aniard-LAi&Tiit:,i lai i.b -tt, e -l, t f thel the 'It is' :a cultu oq;,fhis in n serves Fal. till eop
-gl, sh pries-. e ;, Haiieti. ftjenoi of, i the "0,,k S,.Alie dir t.,'-'Georke Street, ,evident;'however at;-so P
Bill "Moe ler sadd;, .1n. .ffect ehilpges to d be,:exp in,;;;
7 k1li, ate'now being rals have rQ 051 e n :v ork As-'ekbectedIL-lo

ast pace Un I
p eti ; 9 Ne kton. conclude'
UVIER
Tky 40RIDA TIMES-UNI0N,,,. JACK-SOINVILL, E, FRIDAY4 JULY 9 'IR65

APPRAISAL OF'TRACT AUTHORIZED


kow A, fine'AcAs t Trad! e Land for R J ;b

BY XON SHIMER near fu tire.
Gateway Equipn:Lent Co7 of sible. gion of the.-bo a-rd' of triM; The.com also opened. Jacksonvill' "b -site., e 'commission' -e mi
drifted a pro;Ogal orized City Manager', Charles tees of' the mus eum for, space;
,BTI. AUGIJST ; :Jul l 8-- -Cfty bids tot he installation- of a ca- in' which the"Ucity wduldieceive Barrier to give forroliki notice- tb in the building. 'I
Sion. today,' A t d the, ble antenna television. &ysterol to 6, Percent.'of the gross,:'r6venue the' little Theatre. and allow. it 'In other I
pr serve,,the city. Three coinpanies the St year and .7 percent for 36, days Iction. )the, -,Corn to vacate 'the prernises, Sion reaPPointed-Earle -Ne ft
trade, subm1ite&proPoszlg but the com- the remainder of the on, Res 20-year The. dlr ctors, were told they need IF. A. 'Hui '' 'ti ,, k, cl a Don ey.
missioners, delay6d action. on franchise. Jerrold Corp. akd%:G' ' ,o to -J-hc.. which would pr 6-' ent 4 14d ltio fial houses lot avTarding tlie'franthise. al Cable I Division Inc. submit- the planning. Ion. Theiroratlo r'- ted proposals allowing the ci ire t 11111:lffiq tY 1,
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8U1LD1NG-,,t'%4ESI ,D 01WWAN RESTORATION TR'OJK-1,"1,, ,!,-,1
tding,,,at c comer. of-" St, Ge6r'ge-"A 'r d Hvpplita',8frects is', in t, 1,'t
c ipa s ag6s -'6 f,
tiox I -t 0 niak( -I.way f 6-1. t e -His'p' ani G'a'r en whi h' vill, bci c're te&'in c'o n'ju-n'c 'Center is s own 'u dercopstruct n ion. f he
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11111stio'lle,
3 ira brmeriy n;,su it6r the, s% npeated t 6 que uons
Y
ter m th bunty co irni on to tl e
of lsq Strci ,, i sti0ft! rather.
ing, the- suppjen entiil salntv Pay- ry question-II a le or cthe e'x- k I ments III I gat autho:tity',:of the co i-, jjt
ecutive director of f-h- $i-- A Ti I to Pfly 7- Lippleme I and' Preser to _L Ef Tovt6n' exec ,vation A'vary as live dh cctor of-the, St. -A ugu&
wliat le al iiUtIIOTity if Historical, ]kestorgtib 1
have' uch pa yments been made?" tA'Avatlon..06 fth mission. Ava*
'Y gISO, qUe_ ibnedt e -benefits
Ava -tioned the, nT)' h, 'Also qu'egt
Cal resio 11" ana.:;taxpayer s, tew :bI6aj t- by the
tiea that had been fr6m, exped-itures- to the restol:,R'Oorllt co iss- Restoration ObTrim -gio wo
Aeti cCha 1q n T ommissim" t ci
he c ins ed Aty inst'ru tdd-, Cou tyL Att Robe'rt 'Aiidrew to Ansla d-L 41 qU A ions.Andreu --v rv t0l commission- t ftt 4 Ie' city R lb.d.,'only given :Dfrector NLTO Vtor ey':-As- a Otlsultant


















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bove, At luncheon in Seated froM, left to right man), Mrs. C. Daughtry TowMotor Lodge are: 'Mrs. E. Ross Harris, Mrs. ers, member of the St: AugusJohn Edwards, Mrs. W. 1. tine Historical Restoration and
meeting
Drysdale, Mrs. Russell Sey- Preservation Commission, Miss.,,
Hispanic. Gar., mour and. Mrs. Robert C Mil- Mary Noble, Mrs. Herbert E.
fdomjnlttee.'- Formed' lar.' Wolfe,. krs. T. G... Buckner
3kik the St. Augqs- Standing are Earle W. New- (co-chairman ,' Mrs,. W.
kt',R I storation and I ton, Mrs. Harold R. FrankOn. Mills, M m, W. S. Crawbuck;
herg, Mrs. Robert H'. Spiro, and Mrs Elliot Roschuni.- T,
Commission, the Mrs. John R. Brooks (chair(Record', photo) ted the commission a
4eictor, Earle
swer pertinent
w' Hispanic Garden Fund Committee
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To coordinate plans and arrangements for the Hispanic Garden L
Has- Business Meet; Inspects Site, in
5hw in The Inn, Ponte Vedro 16 th at 12:15 p. some membersof the
'6ntly forme co mittee et Mo -day afternoon i the patio of the Rodriguez-Avero
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The Hispanic Garden Fund the Hispanic Garden Fund Was
Cornmit med recently to made to Mr. Wolf e,..chairman of House., Se ted fr t is the luncheon, committee'- Mrs. George Champion, Jr.,
tee, 'for a om left to righ a e
V aid the St. Augustine. Tistorical the St. Augustine Historic Mrs. E. B. LeMaster 111, chairman, and Mrs. Andrew Sears- Jr. St riding, from I ft to
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Restoration a n d Preservation Restoration and Preservation' rlOhi ate.: Mrs. W; 1. ert E. Wolfe, Mrs. William H. Roger
sorychairman of the: ent., (Record photo) T, I Committee, tin lantid Bea and,.,Mrs..Joh Edward, ; ad ev
C met in St. Augus e Commission. ch n 8 Vi
Friday_ to tour the garden site Mrs. Elliot, Roschuni, president
g and correlate plans for its es- of the Garden Club 6'f, JiLeRs6nFashion,
ispanic Garden Luncheo
T tablishinent., vill presented the' check.',which
Members 'were conducted, by represented. cont ributions from
Earle W.. Newton, executive 6i- the various circles of the--gaiden Sho 'A 'nts Are Completed
rector of 6e St. Augustine His- club. Mrs. Romchuni is aljo,; a
torical. Restoration and Presei- member of. the Hispanic Girden Mrs. William R. Fulton's offer 16th, in The' Inn, Ponte Vedra
vation Commission, on a walking Fund Committee. to inake tickets available for airline Harris will be Beacb. C
'our of the restoration area and The comi nittee Pee mem ers,, pro the fashion show narrator and
Hispanic Garden Luncheon and
bion of the Hispanic needed r erts,
an ins to the naent Be t C. Rob ,P6nce de Leon", Superinte Garden site. Lodge for, luncheon.: Fashion Show was accepted of the National Park Service-w'Pl'
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mlresli, themselves., X was dur- ervation Commissiori, pnsid6d ,at, Rodriguez-Avero House." a deadline of July 14th has been
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sesnion. Earle, 'W.:,:N4wton ire- Ponte Vedra Beach as chairman formation will be given by Mrs mained aft' on, 4-1804.
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vitation of the gro p Answq r, fashion show conducted th e past
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questions concerning restori tion' ing wh ch was attended by other Presidentof the Presidents C6unin St. Augustine and the Pro. recently formed cil of Garden Clubs of St. Auosed,,'garden.'" onlinent ladies gustine 'and St.'Johns County and Of OTe importance was, -a interested b aid the St. Augustine. she
discussion, of or a,, Vse al and Preservation Coin- that plan. for the Hiipanic -gar arch and den go forward.
'authen-tic historical' mission.
landscape designs lor-the-gar- The confmittee has laun"hed a At the conclusion'of the meetV 4 4 W, t _,
den site on; St. George Street In:, ire '340,000 Ing Mrs.,. Herbert E..Wolfe and statewide effort to 'ra
SpAnid Mrs. W. L.Drysda
the restardti n, area., Bids f r the creation of:i Hi le escorted t1le
now'being taken lo'r dern6lition n St., Atikustin6 and groi to- )f the St.'AuV, "V, the g on, e, property. monies. derived from., thE ustine Ainphitheatre, .. hen they To date o $ 16th event will benefit.this. fund., returned Wi in, a ie.1 .,eonver 5,000 -ban -been
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mittee. Th6 next event to Champion Jr. Mrs. Andrew the Pan American Buildiifg and 4 yl V Building.
ben6fii of the.gar. Cultural' funds for the ar's. Jr., luncheon committee the Spanish
9i den will be -a chain members Mrs. William H.'Rog- The- proposed garden will be epagne lunehI,
IT eon nd-fashion show, on Fri tween the',tw6,,buildings on S ers of Atlantic Beach and Mrs.
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day, July I In' j* ,' Ponte Vedra, Tv ai.'12:30 p.m., ohn Edwards
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Augustifie Hfstorical V Th y vjsory committee; and Mrs. Her
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for the garden to be created on St. George Street next rs. Rusel eynorMr. llomMils Ms.W.1

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INFORMATION service

PPOST OFFICE D E PARTMENT W 3M .i Z/Washington, 1. C. 20260 STerling 3-3100 Ext. 500 FOR RELEASE SUNDAY PHILATELIC RELEASE NO. 4 FEBRUARY 7, 1965


Postmaster General John A. Gronouski yesterday announced plans to issue a five-cent postage stamp commemorating the 400th anniversary of the first permanent European settlement in the New World.

Spanish colonists established a settlement in Florida in September 1565.

To celebrate the beginning of European civilization on this continent,

Congress has created the National Quadricentennial Commission, to which President

Johnson has appointed committee members.

Colonization by the Spanish began in 1559 at Pensacola, Florida, but the settlement later was abandoned. A permanent settlement began six years later at St. Augustine, Florida, which is the oldest continuous settlement in the United States.

The 400th Anniversary of Settlement stamp brings to thirteen the number of commemorative stamps Mr. Gronouski has annonced for 1965. Date and place of issuance will be announced later.

Approximately 15 commemorative stamps are issued each year.




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id"' p.iomotion-,rec -6ed another boost this week, as banners such as v,
ross.5L.George'Sireet, King Street:and San Marco Avenue..n is' -:WOne' Sthekla" d Speri I perrhission had t --v -A n 0 be 6btai'ined by pub.
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clasifie AdsS.Augustine wl anc'h ancetClls el the oldte Spanes cals o the Org
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drid ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I byeain plane atd G 0am h etroovernment frmlsha t.GogmSre.ie e~ly onstructed,,
Wensayvoaiteler o tes eaigestdays sdown sto fthe Awith aresorae y nd econstuted Cene incorpora3th
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V OL L IV ,No 2 8 N ws an Wiep ot sevie- EA hSu nd eatey w l eprt for Ba FS aiadsorida o t iush, n Ae ri- D y Sti es cooilG over t y eaistrs tD on su s ex





Ona ;dgpp e8t d from P a () ilo d a the ants u x bt a o la

P~~con 1",e "Gvenmn hHfoauiseenia"


the ~ ~ ~ ~ c Ctmmissitorou wret tdeiaeheS nshspCts ofate eslra

thsg great anierayadt tapram thnreeyr and lsrd tes tviies wll s he
edeled Stl. ate ill utsea ex ibt of e Span a of theQuria ewnenhil-o t esae coshmmratof he eh mr0ent ares Th S c e cetn Ce a hio 1 o
"In~~~t th e fte rsdnt a 1ga aochr 1 i action fth onatistat and -,swilbe thfapt tewlo eneseeeeplet"'toerolehofaw ain.in thi an'&aa, tionalo T oCoirnisso pontdby"ig iiu)s"Setmbrcetnianedlen.oGeea
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St. ~ ~ ~ ~ loi Augectinted byeato you bo Geeavnr yp h detrf goeeno t eiht 1964mvr se h g 1ktl ao ,or Eni u oj I h e t h00 e a ut- st e dcomi structe1 peie ; c rp its t ros andli St. d, the drm ihit stfveyaarga Spain ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i story ofece the foundm ofutn geheady coplte Flrit Weneda. noa hywr t ia
St Augustes.i pns launhingt arcamalmf ttb ra i B teSa Sh oldirs wp11ioducit ae dchng hevra mohn ofWolar nt drid ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ehiiin andn ah~ ru specialty hilo h.Ntoa udie-wilicuevst.tGaaast i oete th fullrstoi on.y, W a c ewri oks display will take pl c Be v':or 0 1 be able t loden th bach ensofetmbrcoetrteCsil er an
ed an nd th castles i ekhth, the day of the founu sti.. M aos a behmd ex C yet ,W* 4
Chief ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ae wot 400te canles theleny 18they century Thist Spamsh pini te.Mard ra
Generlissmo Frnciso Frnco F ank Up hurch preiden Sund ylliy wil dep rt The if p estasu i wq llil bey openedtadon 'tstreet ot ts supIplemented!tatnby7Athe Baa-trd a Sepem eri fohenh recnst-t bul4 ngs hiicf sMeio isorca clo a.Sp a 1wit h a -tr colodu rc i n ia f t hou e r h pa en ofSpy,' h
soldierse. seafts the quee Pansin AmHcnUin h tt
Herbert ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n KiWle himno oit;adW ot ohe corgna m o h orse-d anos lr: n the Unsi- ~eoo.?itdAmr the~~~hob Nahdna wudrcllnna consilude on And 40he production of n "Oross
Wednesdaynthe eighth Woth ainsWrd h mpihar
C om m issionole, m ass ati thee Mpsse- of C o p rsi n expected toes cotsu eol oery s~~~ntedhe eunddenal oretng tn Gen- atrt rogh u A ggh stt emmtne rs- f "Tf the fxelsty, paGheasnobeeperaslomt-n ewt erill~samd Franco alnm a1 tetd rough. ths masesancc vnc velopmen eve
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they foutee for thfmo.rnO o bunre -(tred i e ArsOt e ) 6f2A0% Ars
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aI i.o n a4 us, icentennia .1 sa y*... e e the
'Chall7q#n a '. Voife 0 re Spapi h-bi r prosen a ion! icere-'ic Affairs Over 1,006 ': turnedi-, frorn'. an,
pre ce monlep Jn Madri pain jo, St. w in, a en ance at the-, 16
Au''gust' W_ d d i6ning on jpp. ,..e, nes, ay. ey
reported th 9 t 0our recep tio j wa s Frafico Audie lic Rare.
bey6nd A I n I thing, *olfe j I had Director,.. ointea out Pa6d that: to, Eis lmowl6dge, this was Woli h I 1.
au ence grah
halrinan said Lhat, t e the. -first. iiA d tea
St., Mkustine. .koc;dwill ambas- tq,,-,w visit ng: gtoup- f rom the,
A -- h a I 11 1 -B
-'A beol bited Stsit6s sa ors, i glven "a ral TJ -,y. giaptirg us
re- m pain. over -13 minutes : of
'rece 'S hi ': thiie
!'Gen6rgfisshno Franco was-an, Generalissimo -Franco.: firmly esextreinelly.. graci6ui:-and, friendly. tablished -the ke n inzi iest hi,
fio'st, during, oui, 6,6er 30 minutes co uhtry I has: in our ro ,ani M
audience, iith him," Wolfe said. qt A ti -W Ite aid' ed,:'apprecia'tion:
e- express to
'us,, for oilp ,visit and the, pre_,_sentation 'of the.:'quadricentennia
M:an kave aconiht to the j & lations'be'; e b- -y and St. Auis, CoA.Iti
i tifie,". Mr. Wolfe reported Ties Strenifliened ti nE
0 nl, S.IT hink we hav' unquesti q ionably'i strengIbened our ties bef
e natI06!3 old
tw6en 19pain"and tb ''Our n
'itil" Director Wolfe, said.
arrival in.. IMadtid th ay, July 26th maik, the Todi
group'frorn here of the, t.. stfTie wer honore AugU Conclusion
t' ven' b
g4ests:.At. a recep ion -gi delegation's tour of Sbain its: th.
e a'dor, AnU. S A m'basls gie es, historic places and, f 1': castJ
Middle Duke. The ieception wa
'k abulous, af fair and held k Bilboa The group arrived i 51, th U. S. Embassy. -nd fivoin Santiago Yesterday
M Last Friday the'.'22 iteniber 'Win depart this afternoon for
ofthe elegation. were.- gui?,sts a
Sp sh vil :,LID n En&Lnd. a: ani Ci i War Anniverfirit and
most event was the,, difore
ence with Genetalissiffio Franco
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nily lish d the Hospitality, Accorded the' St
This past.wdek w highlight Franco. estdb
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ed by.,the return of 22' esi big country has in Augustine dielega. ion was so
of the nation's bldest City from our pro&ifii hereAh St, Augus- lavish, according to reports a three-week goodwill trip to iiiie'" 'irom every member, that planSpain, Efiglaiid and'France. The trip,, organized by nation- ning _hds already:, started to' re'H. E. 1 Vdlfe,,ch aiitnan of the al q adk4entennial commission ciprocat6 in kin'd'for. the,,S
National-. : Quadpi e te ir nnial. Com D ector General Newton,. was., iards coming here. Mayor Bai
mission and. key III An, in the, 20... undertaken st, the, invitation of ley has 'suggested to General
year program to restore St. Au- Sp-Afiis Dire McMillan,,. ch, airman I o.
ctor' General -. of f '.the
gustine to a Spanish and Latin Nofl* enrichh Affaij:s-.,Angel IIuadricentennial's bogpitality
American Williamsburg, aded
-he AZ wWo has-been the St-Au- committee, that it be expanded
the- dele-gelon., Ably assisting-, gustine pJect's OSf enthlisf- to :inelude 'all persons' who went
Mr. Wolfe was Ahe', Adjutant asfic SuOorter' ini Mddirid, It to. Spain, since the:,' n
GOnerat of Was he wbo.picked--,up thOlidea h
Florida, Major Gen represq'inted.sue awl e:.,cross
eral Henry W,. McMillan, who As 6riginall h 6 munity.,organiza.!
1. 1 y b qac qd to the section, OU
ed G' verrior Ray4on
epresent o Spanish'gpivern-ment.6 N i n
y New on', tions.
Burns And thogtate -during the I I I I
in 1961. and ,steered. it-. through Discussions relative to *t a actrip, and..MayorJ,6hh Bailey. the Soaniih, 'ministries, ivities of the' Soanis: X ommisOtherx'esidents who%' made, the as, wqil as. -the. foreign Offic'e sion' and its,.' delegation constijowney4ue'Mrs.. H. E. Wolfe, whicfi. be4epbdsents.", Sagaz'has tuted the major order of, busi'
Charles, Wolfe, Mrs., Henry b' t d etary
now e appoin e. secr ness-for Newton, following the li cMillanj
McMill Mi i gene al'_ be.,, SpAni h'Vational
an, Vs ulie' presentation to Franco. He also,
Mrs. John Ba ey, r. and Mrs. -Quadt.iceg,, enhia, OniInlss'Olli on .-instruction from the Restora-'
Frank Ii. -,,1UOC urcli -Sr., Mr. whose- preside.nVis, Foreign Min- tioh"Corporation, unde'rtook. ex'-'
and Mrs',' W.J. bry dal!6, m6n Asi& Caif)ella. -Sagaz will be in tensive investigations and made
signor John P. Burns, Tather, the,6fegAfion 6 6nfifigjo St. Au-' purchases of. antiques apd.pilnt
Diego Conesa; Yather David gustine, fdk thi '86pt rkber c ere- -ati6n properties.
Page, Irvine Morrisoii, M jqihigter of in I gs for corpor rs mbr es. Ahe:,Interior -in Madrid, Barcelo Rita O'Brien, Mrs,. A.- H. Te- Lt, Gen6lal Aloliso:,V London'.. U'U'ega 'will be -lana, Seville
bault Sr Mrs. Herbert! White- Df the dkegaticin, ex;-'. t h intifigs *e e the chief i PUL ant Spanis pa
and Miss Marie Nader.. pected tol, arrive September 3.. a av tion. at i ies
Yranc6 Audience Sik.addifithal ministers-,and of- L' _d In,
..in on on. theBri, is '. ii
Perhaps the most -important ficials; as well as Spanish Anir., & 1 3 the,,PublicR6c-1., b ;ador.,Perrydu! Vall Will ac,- 'rd Offic 16-obtained:.6opies.-Ok" part of the Agenda,,; lanned:,fo As-S. ilsoriI6 ladi par y cradle fh eir 'bo an n 0 Wf!
Vega 'and 'd d ents' r, im -e Atihg'to uq f lowl yi, the group was an audience.,with company",, General I' I _'_ N Speec es.. ity Aliil.li Left t tl- Ar, ,,rqw. .4V4 Gen St A h0s za .:i e ,Avi ey
eralissim'o:Francisco Fran-:Senor ag4z.' iigi4's 6 n"'e", Elfh6i'to,.iink-ho 'n
W Wiflhli "d Mrs. Drysd
-to covering Ahe -British, periodofM 1an, juli6,
co. Franco was .4(a most gra- 4ollowing the. presentation ... .
cious host and gave Als a. great, GeneralisAimo_ Fianco cupancy,' here-.
;Oith'S6 oc
deal more t1m6-, tha'n,,,wp, had NeWt6n q6tiferied. nior In Madrid,'.. he conferred 'w th '
I n anua 4apatero his- d-8 antic' ated said'. c6 e- Sagaz as.,secretary of the n- cap ai, 6 ru an an... u pe
ip _,400th I --Spa ,
ra'- Arl 2. luncheon tdrian of: the Serviclo'Historic' ".-d the bqr e o
-bration Director Gene ission, L-Rico., ene epking lug ,.
ing';' foo'S-d ii- m 4gag or, er escor ing with Aestdiai;Q, Au
Newton hosted by7Ddii CaBbs'Aobleg'Pf morou I e
Cha irman o e,-.,t' -.Commission Research ssx t aJ9 nry, th' fi'di is, roni'lip aci _,to place
W it, ermed the' quer, dit efor j6n6 al, of infor s ant- r-Gen% e.
painj h se 'minis- Jl bube h, s' een search -sp in reception by the: ftea& 6f if Ate as mat nas a on 1, ime an ,,genera y
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a',' 'Surprise ave. een ye d sixi fadie's" on-, the ter.
"t ta arranOments ior. the'. fiewinate ia'ls and' to"Lir. -Julie, should Wolfe stated -'Ahat,' o,,, my ve,' Map ___4 p tol "11 1 1--o'' I I
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Auiustin6 .&legMion try, the r Wn'-,.,, Mrs.. Frank. Upchurch Sr. Mr.
Members' 0 t the St. i -skill kno' lc urch:
at S anish folk' danding ufi k 4w.n Miss Ma ie :Na4er an'4,'.,,,J1rvine: in th '. streets cl iing, their recent ish:; dancer,
own 'Moiriso-11.
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The Pa'tisserie- aris-ienne,,:,.,,,,

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33 ST. GEORGE IN,., R RED AR]j;4"L 'Sm -INE DAY MORNIN -Al AVLIUSTL ORD, SUN JGU ORL FRO 0 -LOT -ON 'CASTILLOL U M FREE PA, ING 'DR1
In addition. a 8:i no
to. our reatFren6h:j)jetries,

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untheons.frorn 11:00A. M. to 2:3 Spec YL M ialt Sandwiches and Sa ad

Such'As:

CROQUE MONSIEUR SANDWICH.
ANDALUSIAN SAI AD
MEDITERRANEANL SALAD
PARISIENNE, SAIADL
MI. REFUGI SALAD Always keepi 9 your discriminating taste in
-mind, we, are assuring YOUL Of th ty L of
auth el nfoh enti' -those Spa or Tier ch. reef peS.

OPEN 10, A. M. UNTIL '6:00, P. M ql
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The technical director ofAhe by the government, for niennial Spanish the quadrice iennial g, Spanish Ministr of Informa- Senor Blorriaga In ed- G L en y -Co Went! 'biatioh and giving eralmLL tion nd LTou Gabriel, "I trusV.
the L Franco" gif ts a L great N Elorriaga, is -a gues th of the Am'ericaw I e be iShed awakened x United States goverfiment for building' will in 'in L interest, .]has. beenay of, jhj' L I CoUn_ tiMe f e n.
t.:, 46 d tour the tel d callingg, tha S L M AM ti_ ntly i OL d 'that try and--prese s visiting if c ente- k ne was once &,pl t t o Si 'Ir j, h o. L
St. Augustine. -ustirce, which req added. i X
Loft 16. right are Carlos, F. perso fi:l Y to visit has a a -you; have L had









7
7 ThFaday with chane oiafer
nonand in owe"7.:h a
tonight ino15e-,bigh o'rday 88
to 92. Mostly southerly 5 to 15
mph. winds..
TEMPERATURES
High 8P o-6
TIDES TOMORRIOWv
High Ao NATION'S OLDEST CITY 5:04am :I22pm tob i 2:05pm

UST 11, 1965 omes o operates oA




ty Commissioners


ject Sunday Liquor



les By 3 To 2 Vote

two split votes the City Commission today declined to approve t o sale of qor, but authorize the modification of the charter to eliminate distance os on retail liquor estgblishments.
e commission had pireviousl voted to allow the drafting of a change to th allowing tho sale of liquor ori Sunday and extended the hours of sale to 2:00

erngt, Comssiond y erteCmmsioe
qig tt Sao ds saurprss vot omssn J 'eShelley changed hie soing extenin i the ouro an sle on Sda rs Commisoer~
'h voted, il tho Su
o of xtoxicating liquor
ion ie Har 4utteman

ne"Withe G mreeae GENERAL CULTIVATES GRASSROOTS SUPPORT
-~evidently, the free enemsgooWherever he goes, General Hershey leaves a trail of wit, wisdom and lebut ot the liqonew friends. in St. Auguatine he spent wh tine meeting Selective Service personnel. His address (recorded and transcribed for Florida's coa An attacked the Of gyag gg4g the
eec of sale apensted and uncoupensated personnel) praised the work and loyalty o h oI s isco Seleotive Service 'fani These phetes reflect his concern with his t' al "ome of our .pola ersa should be glad
have two hds
o m or free enterprise,
vote against it, he

Baiey stated that "y
e of thie product it r.A
.re cnrols :than othV goeoth se cse
weigtepint-,raised.st Edkuterd
cooet allow Ssunday te 'e d, "that doesn't ,oritie eight for te citj t

send split vote t in

or ordi thet ey, e tane of 1,500 feett
a the nonof tel


ordin rcis FIRST DAYS SPEARS --- Left to asne

sa right are Gen. Hershey, Dr. Sam*w950 de e
on tiff auel Hand, director, Div of Ec. de btw wonoic Opportunity of the Clover- e y s enor's office; Maj. Gen. McMillan y a ft -d Florida's adjutant general; Rev. o y anub d f A5 Hate, MAria Ltheran ud t elo
mmgio er Gt Church, St. Augustine; Mayor John is cosa'c'e
a0e, a D. Bailey, and Earl Newon of the tti ioo t Sttt tore St. Augustine Historical ComSn hit i eat ls e a e te co io. t s0l a t, teetio ofn s o- of odeI

lan enPoerty .
iisian noned that AU U
0u0 so ea maet Then e quryrbo o a. our s -faer -1 S. a d one s ue


t atia st o ae an th enot
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Six years ago Pensacdla
Vaied 'the trail as Abe.: first,
(afid North Axnei r.
4 q
pe7n his;year-&.'Au
&Araws 0 e curtain mi
ven, years of e ra, ln ,
and as, one Ao'pla a
A Tole Jn se I Uthe
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_'historic obser ances Across, 7T :efie state I'd liket6r:tip rny:hk
0 hL4oric-,minded St.., Augus "p,
tiiie and.-urge Rensacolians,
them''a
.:,St. Augustine, ha hadse
.... .. Oing in- ILS iavor
first d th thir wa "a
0. Y; 'd
-Y spirit
lbd tJi6 to diff
..,overcome pe7' -, erelices build not just for this ear or, ge era
"o, t f ians:.to come.
TAejr 'ceJebration -.like ours
-Tiniell-Union 'photo
one ente
xs- t e' 6itv be,
V
,bbrk Of,'
-ORIG y qrr pan mp
114AL HATS ore-,rnode1ed:i;0, pilae i n
p dhA-Ing cornmittee for the' Hl'-p-toc 'G.,1rd6mbeh
tht I d sword'; wrdtV1 UWS all
-_W-16shion show. Designer bt the' hats IS e r ul eon'Aauth6r of
fit lunthio, t bv Va Gr
k6ielason ,Who.As to'be narrator for theshow, From,
tl
lerr- are, rs. Willa 'Mrs. Rigg.S and Mrs. F oschuni, e Cdmm6nG16rA,:, and ',The, ony, o sage, its t C T t f ,Me epic
orfu ne dez de
k., 46s; the enV.
tennia'N 611 imiissi6n" Mated. Vr" 2000 seafamoitheatre, carved
gvp Gd' r e
a at c,
out-of th16 side of 1the hill fr4in
j: : which. t& coquino rock Z WAS' taken 61' build Ft. San Marcos., W et aking Champana .'gosada Alm on eservarions
Each nigh
u n c 'S s w on August 11th (through Sept in L Mrs. Jame W. Ne man, 215 and sales will' ber cast of over'110I;, Oglethorpe Boulevard, has been. be closed on August 27th Ta- presenfs'.6is.colbrful melodic tie are appointed by Mks. W. 1. Drys- ble reservations will be for beautifiill staged story under :..,,T.he second riefit luncheon tiqns md I kefJbhaiiTnen
for xaigink'%funds for the ffls- Airs. FIlmer-Nort6n, for ia6k a local member of -the parties of 10, or 18 and there the stars. Every Floridianpani.c:-Q, ardefi.- in St 2 ugustl onville- Miss Ma Y Noble;,Nep. Hispanic Garden Fund Com- twill. be no reservations other- should.'seelit!
*ill ;be, held in, t h o' tuhe,,, B;ACh i Ond 7*1. .. James inittee, to take reservati ns wise. No tickets will be avail- Secon
jGeorge" Was U tine., d is their restoration of
hing(6n Hof l,' b& W. NeWton; S A for-the second cv ent' arranged able at the hotel on the day
f6 the 'did,6ity'. This project, jll
n-in th"' 'Tables '*'illbe set up,' for 'of the luncheon. Mrs. Newnhg,,wit a recep d to benefit the Hispanic Oar
den Fund ed by call. emtIfiiie. for many years, ballroo n at 11 3 :A.in ,p ii resbrm man may be contact
-The pink' champagne, lunch- ovation are,,.b ink wtptO be- already many visable signs.
1, 1 - I I I I I ana. Rosada Al- in g 0-9948.
ft I The Champ Archie Eason Mrs. Elliott Roschun! is re apparent, A whole street. ion arnpi'aina, Rosadoi',A wi tween, a.m-and, 5 paw.b ai
ke't niterzo an d has been restiored, with':ffiemuerzq; WM f ou6i 14 tp. ho, lepfi6nb 'Fashion. S w a p
t l auditbriurA b e p4dhased bb' ho will 1 ke lace. chairman, of this event and Soanish-styI6 hoinesoand shops in the George Washington Ho- _'drs. Robert'C. Miller and Mrs. will be'commentatbi.d 6?0 t 'da 'bf 'the lunch ori, tel of Jacksonville on Tues- Joseph Riggs have been. gp- Ir e b u i I t on foundations 'L _hotal, pertly laid bare by archge-. 'are ELV R e X'
millWeiw'-. and fall f a ,h V, o'if LA nq -chairm n. Archie C day,..August 31st. A reception pointed co shbw. thd Gnftn en er c Iogists ftona Florida's unIver, Fason, esigner, will will take place at 11:30 a.m. millinery d Mrs Elliott Rokfilini Is i- Posons o', tbmrnittecs .,.for tie& Private individuAls.
W lunch ou cliiiMan, igslgte diby -lb on,.that date and.the luncheon be the fashion commentator of
'b'Juntheon. 1toresi tea sl U 't 'will be at 12-00 noon!with thf- the show which. v nops, res auran s rs-, o'ertC. Millar-and1lis le tWi- Mrs Carl,,Swls er, ,ill featur- I 16 Historic
9 e ing. M nter millinery. al Society all
L. $6- Mrs -A, D. Vav'is t. ftsbion show beginning at, 1:00 fall-wi
*ve cooperated in beginning 'I P.M. ill be an. charge of.decoram, ls Trz,.'_ lenl d-, lhiei :Other :features w A St. Augustine what :has
-t ,Dyqn-foith, apt W-s., Mrs. Newm4i ivill-have tick- nounced as plans are complet..een done so- expertly'at Wiletsavailable i St. Au ustine ed. (Record photo).
T e',"luAcheon being,,'pl mne -pmsbum
J P" i n_ ,sThere urill always be a% Qiide,,eff6r '
being! r4de, Ao ralso $40;000 to, )iendly rivalry between our.
&eke atd n on- St. 'Ge o ge' cities over: 'which was tually the First Cit?. . streataetgveeln th6 Pan Arab* tiijiding and. tffe-.; Spahis i t I ifVe I speak for:all in
lgihibition B ilding.,The-SLAu7, Zing: Pensacola's best
gus tine, 111storl al,'-Restp tibn. 4shes for a job, very well
and' Pr67' rvati6 d6ni sio )one.
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'111114ue, in 'the line, of fa hioii, !',,4n 'be audiehce ,will. be,,wearing
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like designs oftrig(iie Nore -X
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Bubble Beret Tied'with 'Scd'rf P;Xie kaf with Maichinq'Scaef, ag6.' The, favorite
... 61ac'k velvet'f rorrvi \rchie:. red by c n condoncer (green-sequIfied hitis ofthe wom7 ins a
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eivefy,,.0tt chic -as the, ones, Archie,:.. will show the wome he '20s. and '30s,. as boy fn.thii millinery as 'n helmets of A i L sto ck on age
it
he his 'hatted "in the past, too, and the clooihes department of 4 Jacksonville
rks fr6m;., n 'ui'nute hat plu. department 1storewhen he ;gql; Archie,'Eason befieves. that,.
out of'the Co 't", r
hats should be f td, chic nd
age to:-.ca t,*h,661,deinen. ,ions a I loved, hats'an nt. Are kjs,17P'turning 6- the city m done in, flatterinj and you can from fwbkh.bb; eisoialat d to, the velvet, felt' ski;tft, 9P Jun6h hours,: e, len, dhallis and cordu ill thre "ff YW tly. He likes top, of the millinery'field (this oy, 9
ash bit moment r the"' a Uttle. d t not ugly women' ,wbo ade c 'to' d6ing;.4fie *18 thq For band4pia.. hats' he likes -pe ilk squares rhadvess in' aeslgii." George Stavropouloscollection) to use.hanb ed s OPIe,1 ix the or roo reca from For brimmed be addsp. 4re going crazy A t C" to narrate- an origifial collection France. lo Aroble., I e I I 11 1, with mature Womentrying'
DI 14i' fiits at th6second,,bene_ hats,,,Akchie's. designs include own b, :I look like Jeen-agers.
fit'1_uhcheon to raise f sailors, rollers liked, bly, iti undii for n a year
the 'Hispanic, G irden In "S I t. Au- ', runnink'from the pief6refic6 of I make.bat,'that'areyOlltll- -was: desiinihi fi et -my- label; on'maloPs in-their. space s ks: ful, not :kiddfsh, ,," ;:he :says'. 'AND'Id h
gus e Thesho Will, follow mo t ei inp w .. I ts t, t w -who
wan, ,o: re-. agni luncheon he -might,'. have', a de ',T his and reception be th right to', completq, rademark ers, A turh6d, 'striing
ballrw at 11:30 &.in e h if I i t I o fflenobs EV. 6i 6 he talked
designer,, W ose green
N a-Is and "For fall, everything,: has it ise4uins prdvoked'-,'dhe' husband, a'bbu6(:,the- green secit". 'And, backwaro svieep and::ofteh a, to Td'm;' ark "He's thebiay per') everyone, m an ed Archie as Archie, Ea Ms.'s fi.
bri rethOv latast.4equ6l In lot, of heighf," says t son 11:1know'., W 0 ciin vertise gue t, s iiker for, t ub:,
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1he- big 6wT1;,.,N6W York. do one on the, nr
Oul lbegiqi., to roll_' Si. A k u stine. tour are shown with their hosts. From.left.to rig t are: K- Emmett Gardner, Mis A u s nnie,
Af= fi,62 Iut plunged. Serving oil the luncheon or,
Nader and her guest, Senora Georgette de Ramallo of guenos Aires, Argentina, Maj four y 1 6 ars, og -MaIn, ,F I, worked for,. m ttee are Mrs. A er General Henry W. 'McMillan and Mrs. McMillan. oth'downt6wn, ar(ol U'p 1"S vhber Vrg. A. D. ,'others b herd Mrs. Car
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&Wor oom I on West 57th 9t eon cbairman, uslisted b Ifisi-," W'ffic'n 'Must be I pqehas6d the', nesday night with a.dinTler party. fresh fruits served, were rerninis&s, Jor- daJ, before the luncbeoh, are at' their residence ati 96 Kavine ceni of meals which the guest.s 6A suddenly 'lhe: nalne Robert C. Miller and 11
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City Regains Old Look sase

St. Augustine belongs to Americof It is poet of the
St Augustine Has "Rebuilding" Boom historiheitgeofeveAmic
tvery American citizen. It is our country s oldest
city. The Pilgrim fathers were not yet born when
By ALLAN GOLDFIN ............ .. .... ......
Written for entraZ Press cnte old whe the first Eglish se e landed
and This Newspaper
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.--The
nation's oldest city is in the l orid i was rso teed in 1513, by Juan Ponce midst of a building boom. de Leon who had accompanied Columbus on his
The sound of the wrecker second voyageto the new world.He was search ball, pounding of hammers and ing for gofd and for legend fountain of whine of saws that echo through youth. He found neither. But dhis dcovr of the city signal-not construction the Continent of Fforida rouht it undethe of new homes-but rebuilding Spanish flag. St. Augustine established by Pedro and restoration of some of Am- enendez de Aviles in 1565, and named for the erica's oldest buildings. paton saint of his hometown in Spain, became
St. Augustine is celebrating its capital city. Its 400th birthday this year. me i u t The quadricentennial observance da continue to e ed Spnish is just the beginning, however, for 50 years, unti it was cedd to the ish will rmitin 2eri-year, of herfcm3, as pat of isetaeent of a woe in of an ambitious, 20-year, $20
million restoration of the an-e
cient part of this Florida city. ts ti to Cne a and for Some 200 houses and build- next .entey years Forid aasr .o of Engpdte nendees ilngs have been earmarked for American colonies. t re ned oy to Gege restoration. Many e already I during the Am can Reoflution. When the completed. St. Agustine is re- Re utio was o Flo was etu ned to storing the Spanish Colonial DSpain ohif t et ned possession of it untif fra h buildings that city fathers hope ~ hen it was purchased y the United Scates. will remind Americans of their b i t o..ta e f F d in lf 18 SHispanic origins-just as Williamsburg recalls oor ation's
English-speaking beginnings.
The U.S. government, the Citian f St. Augustine lend atmosphere to their Quadricenten- ti n t d T d
Space Ae bu t Aeyreus ial celebration by wear ing authentic costumes of bygone days. c a i da te state of Florida and St. Augos- of St. Augustine tine are all contributing to the in that year. This map, and bthe dense mortar needed for finrestoration. Work has actually other historical material gath- ished floors o .In reait e r esidentsof St. Agustine nd of been under ay since 1959, and ered by the St. Aug Re Mohous tine Re- Most houses built inorid-ar ony odiansfthishistoric many projects will be finished storation and Preservation Com- today boast what is called "a city. fts preservation for futoegene ons tsthe just in time for the Sept. 8 of- mission, has been printed and Florida room." The typical St. joint esponsihifity of dl Amenons ficial Quadricentennial opening, made available to public and Augustine house of old had a Am pre to to i i private builders. feature that served the ame
ST. AUGUSTINE looks on Details about houses before purpose. It was a loggia, orreas of t t. Au this year as just the beginning 1700 are understandably hard to sometimes a heltered porch.au by a new agency setup by State of a project that leaders say get. Sir Francis Drake of Eng- of Florido the St. Aupstine Histoicea Rescoraprobably will take 20 years land burned the settlement in The porch or loggia admitted d red the winter sun, but excludednd Pres ti Commission." t pose Architects and builders in St. 1568, free-booters sacked it in the cold winds. In summer it is to taethe initiative in encoaraging pubhlicAugustine are working with the 1668, South Carolinians besieged let in the breeze and tempereds ied A cs al e tion to particitools and the energy of the d urned it 1702 and B itthe sun. Experts think this arch- pate patriti endeavor. Thus, foundations Space Age, but they're using ish troops bombarded it in 1740. i n n some of the materials and tech- However, by a combination tof tural feature ce ame from hsoess Spationt, and inrvidu cities
-fSpain by way of the West In- whohavvisiontomatch r esoues-nowmay niques that Spanish and English historical detective work and dies builders used in the 1700s. archelogical research, much has homes fro elpi to dscover-a d t rese Construction crows had to been learned. Old buildings still iforego levels and plumb lines, standing are being carefully re- COMPLETE restoration will because none of the old houses stored. If necessary, houses are be years in the making, but al- rosfthrconi ty's ealyhitosoy. are either level or plumb. Noth- being rebuilt as nearly as poss ready historic Calle Real-St. ing comes prefabricated in the ble to their original plans on George Street-is resuming its style of the 18th century, so their original sites. ancient aspect as a Spanish workers are constructing pan- street. sled doors and grillwork, cutting ONE of the most interesting Private renters or buyers of coquina blocks, mixing "tabby" building materials being used in restored buildings must agree and splitting shingles to fit the the restoration is "tabby." This to maintain them in their origperiod, was lime mortar with oyster inal form, and present owners An ancient map dating from shell for aggregate-when used can construct or alter their 1788 was discovered which ac- in wall construction. Tabby buildings only in "St. Auguscurately pinpoints every street, flooring was made of relatively tine architecture," as carefully house, tree and ditch of the city fine coquina shell to produce defined in the city code.





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A Chronicle Of Time

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8!&I IBy All Florida
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?ie city of St. Augustine is in juxtaposition with it- summer tourist attraction) that St. Augustine needs self. It is a town with a single quality that of being a more balanced economy," says Mayor John Bailey.
the oldest Christian town in the United States "When you lose that tourist payroll, you realize you
which should make it one of the country's foremost need more industry."
tourist attractions. Bailey says the city lost about 40 per cent of its
It is a town with reasonable weather conditions, tourist business during the summer, following spring
easy accessibility by car, train or plane, it is located demonstrations by Negroes directed by the Rev.
in a tourist state, and yet it is a town struggling to Martin Luther King.
ward off economic disaster. Violence was the byword in St. Augustine last
The reasons, some of which are older than the spring; violence the Chamber of Commerce would
town, are nationally obvious. like to forget. The town collectively feels it was
First, St. Augustine's main industry is tourism, but wronged in the eyes of the nation and possibly this is
the town's projected image is so bad 40 per cent of a just evaluation.
this industry deserted last year. Second, it is a coast- A conversation on race riots, civil rights, or Wadeal town left high and dry by high-speed highway In- ins is likely to be met with a cool answer, if any at
terstate 95, a project which will be completed within all.
a couple of years. Ask a working member of the Chamber of ComAt its 400th anniversary this year, St. Augustine merce of the effects of last spring's marches and
is making an effort to break into the big time tourist demonstrations and she will evade the question. Ask attraction business with restoration program fashion- it again and she says, "You have race riots on the
ed after that of Williamsburg, Va., zoning regulations brain."
similar to those in New Orleans' French Quarter, and Mention the same thing to a businessman who was 22 months of festivities. hard-hit by the tourist drop and his language turns
Five years in the making, St. Augustine is ahead of the air blue.
schedule with its program and the promise of elimi- Ask a gas station attendant about it.
eating the "over-advertised, under satisfied" tag "We weren't organized for those n--s last sumplaced on the city seem eminent. mer. We are now; we'd really get them."
St. Augustine was, until last summer, a town He tells of wading in tfhe surf and fighting with
which did not heed the truism of the platitude about demonstrators. "The biggest n-- in the crowd hit
all the eggs in one, basket. The main economy, tour- me. My arm is still sore."
ism, was encouraged, all other industry was shunted. Bailey says tourism will recover this year, mainly
The town is not now killing itself in efforts to lure because of the qucelebration and the
other industry, but its political leaders indicate it is work that has been done.
more receptive to the idea. The quadricentennial is no overnight project
"We learned last summer (for St. Augustine is a founded to cure the ills of unfavorable publicity. It (conisaed
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Visitors to old St. Augustine step into the past as they stroll through the old section. Above, St. George Street is the oldest street in America and is the center of the old city. The Oldest House (at right) is now a museum, depicting life in colonial St. Augustine. Pageantry is all over the city, especially during the 400th Anniversary. Below, a St. Augustinian, garbed in, 16th Century dress, greets a lady in touring carriage. "














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has been nurtured diligently and with care, designed funds and exhibits for a complex of buildings to be to make St. Augustine the attraction it should have known as the Pan American Center, with focus on a been for years. reconstructed Marin-Hassett house.
Augustinians have just completed a $200,000 am- The United States Government has agreed to rephitheater on state park land and are offering an an- lease the old "Government House" on the plaza and nual historic pageant "Cross and Sword," a project will move its post office and other federal facilities. similar to the successful Cherokee (North Carolina) The Federal Government will restore the buildings "Unto These Hills" celebration. for its own exposition center.
The restorationdream dates back at least 40 years The British governinent has been asked to restore and got underway unsuccessfully in the 1930s. It was the ante-bellum Watson house for its exposition. launched again in 1959 with the establishment of the The St. Augustine City Council and St. Johns St. Augustine Historical Restoration Commission. County Commission also have provided annual exThe reason for the founding of the commission, ac- penditures for the restoration.
cording to Earle W. Newton, executive director, was Private gifts have been solicited, not with major because of tourist drop off at Castillo de San Marcos, success, according to Newton. "We are still looking one of the most complete and best preserved Span- for an 'angel' like John D. Rockefeller Jr., who fiish forts in the country. Visitor counts to the fort are a nanced theWilliamsburg restoration," he says. sure index of tourist totals, according to Newton. Over the last five years more than 20 buildings
A National St. Augustine Quadricentennial Com- have been restored or reconstructed, some by the mission was chartered by an act of Congress and commission and officially participating agencies, othmembers appointed by the late President Kennedy ers by businessmen and private citizens. The St. Augwere Charles Patrick Clark, Henry Ford II, J. Peter ustine Historical Society not only has renovated the Grace, Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, Chancellor Ed- oldest house but several other buildings as well. ward H. Litchfield and Herbert E. Wolfe, a St. Aug- There have been some partial restorations. ustine banker with varied commercial interests. The restored city will comprise an approximate
Also established was the Florida Quadricentennial four-by-eleven block area, supposedly the original Commission, with leading state citizens serving, boundaries of the city. The area is being called "San
Quadricentennial-events, ranging from festivals to Agustine Antigua." Restoration, to take at least religious celebrations, have been held since the first 20 years, is expected to cost more than $20 million. of the year. Within the celebration period a Spanish Properties of the lowest value are being bought up atmosphere has been created by strolling musicians, first for the restoration. Most "restored" buildings dancers in costume, art shows, concerts, balls and are leveled to the ground, then completely rebuilt street dances. Male residents have grown beards for from plans drawn by scholars from original specificaa contest, part of the September climaxing events. tions.
The restoration is the most significant Augustinian Architecture is being modeled on city buildings undertaking and it has a multitude of ramifications. dating as late as the 1820s, according to Newton.
Most important has been the magic worked on the While some Augustinians complain that modeling Florida Legislature, mostly through efforts of state should go back as early as possible, Newton points Sen. Verle A. Pope, who has real estate and other out the city was destroyed by fire in the early 18th holdings in St. Augustine, and ex-Sen. Frank D. Up- Century with few records left intact. church, a city resident and former chairman. of the "Besides, early St. Augustine was inhabited by Florida Board of Parks and Memorials. soldiers and the building reflected their low inThrough June 30, 1967, state taxpayers will have comes," he says.
funneled $747,000 to the St. Augustine Historical Zoning laws in San Agustine Antigua will accompRestoration Commission, which has been getting con- lish much of the restoration. tinued general revenue payments since 1959. This. There are some businessmen in the area who redoes not count earlier payments the state made for gard the zoning laws as savage. No repair work can restoration work in the city. be done, even to modern buildings except,in anteThe trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund bellum architecture.
also have lent $200,000 for an early Spanish style Also scored have been the commission's broad emFlorida exhibition center in the city. The building inent domain powers. It can condemn buildings, buy now is complete. them, throw tenants out and rule who should occupy Spain has agreed to invest about $200,000 for its them after restoration.
own cultural exhibits in the reconstructediCasa del "There are hard feelings," says a lessee of a small Hidalgo. restaurant. "They don't give a damn about us."
Latin American nations and American corpora- Newton admits some commission policies are harsh tions doing business in Latin America have pledged but says, "They are no worse than those of the State
countedd) Road Department." (Consinedj







"St. Augustine could meet economic ruin then.
Hundreds of thousands of tourists will be diverted
around the city," Newton says.
Newton believes only stringent regulations can Bailey is not so worried in view of the city's recent force wide cooperation, accomplishments.
"There are only a half-dozen or so people in St. "We must provide a major attraction here that Augustine who really are progress-minded," he says. tourists will plan on visiting before they leave their I "There are also vast numbers 6f people here who just homes. I've traveled interstate highways and I know 'mind the store', that once you get on them you want to stay on
"And there are large chunks of 'aginners' who are them."
opposed to everything." The Roman Catholic Church is marking the religNewton is among many St. Augustine inhabitants ious aspect of the quadricentennial year with a two who believe the "aginners" have retarded progress, million dollar program which should make St. AugAfter about 400 years of existence, 1960 federal cen- ustine a ranking pilgrimage site. sus figures listed only 14,734 residents in the oldest A 200-foot illuminated stainless steel cross, touted city. by the church as the tallest in the Western Hemis"They haven't exactly chased industry away, but phere, is going up on the site of the first Catholic they accomplished the same thing by disinterest," mission in this country, Nombre de Dies. Newton says. Under construction near the mission is an unusual
"We've had an industrial park for several years church of modern design utilizing coquina stone as and there is only one firm there (a bookbindery), prime building material. Coquina, quarried nearby, They wouldn't improve the airport until Fairchild was used for most early St. Augustine buildings. Aircraft threatened to move away." As an adjunct to the church, the Diocese of St.
Augustine has plans for a library it believes will be
the world's most complete depository of SpanishOldest Town Struggles With Florida historical articles. "We already have compilProbms, New and Old, ed the most complete collection in the United Its Problems, New and Old, States," according to Fr. Michael Gannon, mission
On 400th Anniversary director.
The Catholic Church also is renovating its old
cathedral on the Plaza de la Constitucion.
The Aircraft Service Division of Fairchild Hiller The man quadricentennial offering is Pulitzer Corporation does aircraft modification and engine re- prize-winner Paul Green's "Cross and Sword" sympair work, and is St. Augustine's leading stationary phonic drama, running nightly, except Friday, industry. There isn't much else the bookbindery, a through September 5 and annually thereafter. Among shrimp boat maker, Florida East Coast Railway of- otherwork, Green authored "The Lost Colony" pagfices, National Guard Headquarters. eant which has had a long run. at Fort Raleigh, N. C.
Newton has been at odds with some Augustinians The show has been well received by both audience over restoration financing. He believes the city could and critics. get a million dollars in federal urban renewal funds "Cross and Sword" portrays the first two years of and wouldlike see a million dollar bond issue float- settlement in St. Augustine, with Don Pedro Menened as well.' dez de Aviles, who founded the city on Sept. 8, 1565, Newton says the city has opposed urban renewal as the central figure. Other leading characters are grants, partly because of accompanying anti-discrim- Notina, sister of Timicuan Indian chief Oriba, Philip ination stipulations. II of Spain, Captain Albarez, Don Pedro's aide, and Bailey says urban renewal projects "move too Father Lopez, who offered the first mass on Augusslowly ... Besides, we would lose control of the tinian shores. work." He also opposes the bond issue. "The money Isaac Van Grove, composer of the "Cross and will have to come from other sources." Sword" musical score, has had a distinguished career (In spurning federal urbanrenewalfunds, St. Aug- as composer and conductor and once was assistant ustine took the opposite stand from Tampa, which artist and accompanist in concert tours with Enrico recently accepted money for restoring old Ybor City Caruso. into a Spanish-flavor cultural area. The federal Ur- Stage manager David Peterson formerly worked in ban Renewal Administration gave Tampans a grant that capacity for the "Unto These Hills" pageant.. of $6,529,706 and a loan of $8,218,508.) Dr. L. L. Zimmerman, head of the University of Of course, the problem of progress may hit the en- Florida drama department, is director. Dr. Elwood tire city with some definite feeling when Interstate Keister of the university choral music department is 95, -afederal superhighway is complete. With this music director. project only a couple of years off, St. Augustine is The new amphitheater, on state land at Anastasia worried. Park can accommodate 2,030. Seats were purchased









Long before the landing at Plymouth Rock,
school children drank
water at recess time in
the yard of the Oldest
Wooden Schoolhouse
in the United States.
Built of hand- hewn
red cedar clapboards,
this St. Augustine
building was erected
in the early 1700s.
Flowing vines of flame
colored blossoms soften
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lines of the ancient
house.


Color Photo Courtesy of
St. Augustine Chamber
of Commerce.

from the Polo Grounds in New York when that facil- Toys, Old Spanish Treasury, Old Protestant Cemeity was dismantled. tery, Old Spanish Cemetery, Old Sugar Mill, Old
The amphitheater was built with city and county Spanish Trail, and a showing of 300 old phonograph financing and some private contributions. It will be machines. used for many off-season purposes. The city-owned Lightner Museum of Antiquities
"St. Augustine has lacked the ability to hold tour- displays interesting and valuable antiques. The old ists for a night. WVe hope the pageant will accomplish Villa Zorayda, a miniaturized version of one part of this," Bailey says. Spain's Alhambra Castle, displays mostly Chinese
The city advertises more than 50 attractions and antique furniture. Ripley's Believe It or Not Musholdover business is essential for support of many of eum offers some unusual objects and Potter's Wax them. Museum figures trace the pages of time through celeSome aren't worth it and have drawn complaints brities.
from visitors and residents alike, but many are en- The so-called Fountain of Youth also displays joyable and educational. partially excavated Indian bones. The early Mission
Notable is the old fort, which underwent numer- of Nombre de Dios is one of few attractions with no ous sieges and renovations under Spanish, British, admission charges. Confederate and United States flags. The Federal Also popular is nearby Marineland, with daily porGovernment, in conjunction with the quadricenten- poise and whale shows and various sea-life displays. nial year, has completed some major improvements, St. Augustine's narrow streets and aging buildings including partial reconstruction of the old Cubo Line, including the storied 80-year-old Ponce de Leon Hoa Spanish period log well which joined the fort and tel provide a charming setting for the major attraccity gates and continued to the San Sebastian River. tions.
Construction of the Castillo began in 1672 and There is also the public market in the plaza.
lasted until 1696. Among past uses was that of prison A plaque says it once was a slave market but Augfor renegade Indians. It now is operated by the Na- ustinians, in view of recent troubles, choose now not tional Park Service, U. S. Department of the Interior. to discuss it. e
Most St. Augustine tourist attractions display "antiques" and it is easy to escape into time almost any- THIS WEEK'S COVER: A chief attraction during where you go. St. Augustine's 400th Anniversary is the Castillo de
There are numerous old attractions, including the San Marcos, a national monument and the oldest Old Jail, which dates back about 100 years. There is masonry fort in the United States. It was constructed the oldest house which no longer claims to be the from 1672 to 1696. oldest in the nation, Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse, COLOR PHOTO BY OZZIE SWEET Old Spanish Inn, Oldest Store, Museum of Antique FOR FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION

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't"i. spani c Gariden'Fiind "ConlTni I tee' Tuesday.1n, jack t,' fa'shionl s how l C. Datiglit4l Towers, rn.eibmrof Ae:,.,, f A -_ H_ pricall" R and Nes'e ti '- 11'6 aA's6v n froyn,14- Mrs. Earle NeWton, August in e :i ist estorjahon rva on%:
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)anish :61ors ied: and yeJ7' 04, Miis. _J6 R. Rro was estimatbd'&h-4t At le"t ill 't 1 S S
uh'e, d e signation of Tuesday's ,nian of th W'' a is t J"h -Ed.' by worb, or.- en re ae ason Ayit, lm ch on and fashion, F.dn'& ComrMtt6b..T1i,_'' A h' -E
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hid, orsa'gesz tied With .,SrellbW ha6.1n-h onoY- o e; Rqv,1 g
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vill 'and I Mrs. eor e al. *Inter eo leeti ori- ie 'iiJackson e, V. ]& -O"Con
ec, ri -9 The pio r;, jre
Hipanic Garden tui4 ne.ry, 4011 )J AinoAg the distinguished g bsts li' so4-'Cham
;t h:e moh "tary result' ,Wwr'e Jackso'riv'-ille's, Mayor Lou e ntl lon afi& Mrs.-, 11
vft ire'sted persons of the Ritteir and St. Augustine, s7 Mayoi nb&'aTt6r..:'k c" breiai&ing'; c e r e M" 0' 11'fes su Ces
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ville area; andSt.'Au" -_ 'J h T ifey iid Mrs. Bailey,, r4er: in, N6,w;,Ybrjc., 10 -Al gus E4 t T d ep em er f if th re jhe pleasure of'.the W* ewt6 h,, 0 e cutive, i-- W arald-grebh- sil". place."'Sun ay ea ing an em k ronze .,. s aup
tine i at 2; rector of th6,,St.,Aug4s jjs,. Op.,in an a el siy'ml olie of _;the grebn use
6xini ,tely. 700' attended& io'rkil Ptest6r- iion,; and Preser-A hiq iia8ernark,, ArL hie- of -Queeii IsabelW'. Jaeatp',- -by in. Eason.!
ec'oiid lunch -eon and: fashion, va ioi, 'comr ission' Huntpiktan: lu 60 'Ras 'tornxb11flitoizfo 1 thp, htshion nge"d b the Ne; ion f 61-16w' 'th' lvf a'nl
a HispAnicl is.
ISS, .,I dijimitaxies. are "'Flind dommittee-to'' is.e, ---%Mi'ss Joan Adiisdn and : k i Lpqct a fc i this aim" .0 e llrailjous COMC Ven ; Mrs.. .;VWIor the, creatio'k G_ 6op r of St. Aug stine ey H, caf Mri;.
en in t ugus&e_' o" 8 pa nish emiti6es, i 6 pr ous YmeiAtiohe,
A- 6q tiimi4p_ d 7e, ortP 'W.1. Di ys a e are. local mein D-r;s were: z r i tic me ar en':
_j L, ;, 4 ; A" i G' a'' rA. eorge StYeet bbtween. Ate itri ui 'd-.,:.favo"irs',-of.tper unie o of Ahe ispa inericgii and ni Fln %ead t,
pA' iirgues .1 4Zo
ngs an 'd, 7 on, buildi St, AW e ,,Rdd o 9- Ro ert b p'iroj pos ers;: ark.
ell ie ie'sbnted. spqnisk-,-fh q P"Pu eme,' W. iawbu k llcit y rMa d ol the pink, rfl offi were-, used in, table,',ld4eorat ion'p, th .1 -_ h 'erving. on e, upp q,(,?n,. -com....
"Ch4mpaT4 ,R6_ and place. cafds we e decoratbd- nuttob: -Wbib', ra.. pge;r,. ,'AlTnuerzo, was Mrs
wit .-a single- green'sequin) 'emkr6ib, Eason,:, D X' TE sh6:.:and "C&' blem, of' hat'' cr'e,-' a7'is, aMr
I_. -, FLAST. AUGONF
enl-- s Robert' C. Miller a ions. rs.' kenned A' illeY, Mrs., e. of r ljf Orth an
si" 'Joseph Riggs, were' d M' J.. MiiA i 9 -1 -..'_..._ 1: .- !_-._,.
i e guests at the decotations. COM Q1'4is C b u'ghfryd Mrs,' k1li6ti R6s 'H' d
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performance..0 ani0itheatre At 8:15 P.m.
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1 I I f oed for..' i ,A ugustine, Be Wornen in Green Sequined' Chapeaux Turn Out '' C
By HARRIET HARRIS
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Abou6, :700 women (with at
least 698 of them wring hats
wiWa green sequiri-trademark)
sipped champagnevnd:lunched
on quab :and wila rice at the
millinery fashion show,:1 And: 0P. U"
1 richqon be efit for the St. Au
kuMine Hispanic Garden. f0d,
Psterday 'at the Ge6r96 0"
ng -ton Hotel, v
-The pink champagne lunc
eon, "Champana .-Rosada Al
inuerzo," was the second in is
genies of"Oenefits. in
wide effort !,to' raise mbney', to create $uqenl in AU9uS tine'between-the Pan. Alper paa and SPiniAi.1txhibRion,,bulld I
14gs
Luncheon chairman Mrs
t ; i - Ti. liott,,Roschunl, wear gabat bll- .. .....
:desig-ner Archie''.Eason-who o
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5,ye- w'.- p i op e I ei it 'I] b" jqrte pd ow Vi oriv, e r -,a y, t i q Vhichiheaae behind ik'e luncheon ds-.well as':othe r, fu' h a', raising ,A
speechesi Ae la u&ingly 'kddeq -Ot the affbir were,-''.
01 lngjo qreetfguests ,Vhile Introducing 8t. AukuW e CPMO'Cl9n "
( rorri e rs !mL-mber;,of -,'the ohn'Bialayind Jackmayor, Lou. Ritter. ;So-'; AugustinJ6,.'HistoHicd bAd, .';Pteservatibn. .!C'o nmtssi*on r.s f h V61 bunty. unlike most politiclaAs, they,,, -'M Y"h A :'B' k'
a n rQO s 'c airrnan o t e' ,Du stood UP to be I di 'ed; then.' rri Mli I br i
ro uc am I rs. %W eOt"C- rs.. Osep
own,'beec less.,
z.at d Riggsi cochairmen of,6,e- 6eofit 6ffdi '.
-yelrq* owe 1 .. eq.,
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GiatO4 the luncheon- tables;
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ij d comhu ee c a men r Peatea, the 'Sparlish oi rs byy
e ring orchid. c0sa0es'; tied_"with ied and, yellow x,
'Allison
Gay Cooper'and-Joap.
MALES'""" 'j- strjcti fetnale ev rit'. In I've Spanis h batdme4 cc n', en j oy
at a cause! agree thatrthey will wear 'for, the- St. worthy
Augustine celeb ati n -gave, C ew on
c sony 't e e O favors of, perfumeth the ye C 0 r-lofithe t. -6 Histheica estoratid
During the champQne ",prid'Preserv at ion I -C)MMIS M
tion preceding .the lunche6h, C sion',d aSf '6gu lrie l
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1 arl f4ewtpn,,',eXecut1Vi.&,qc-. !Jbhn, Uiley,' as they, d or i
tor of the St. AttgtvAirie-'H1st6r-. .' ibri shp 4 W) Res oration and Preserv
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seven.'men on,"Vi6xo=iIiisi6n. : J110t), AJ6-86 Ajfi cn ho'gove Our pe
i tell them qgv&r to
TU s arei' ellng',;Usied tj, mate the p8',WA.6f 6ff, vo-manLc
ugustine quad icenten6iar4 6brafl 5; i!.. an
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that I'm veailrig today, and..I,' an4 je6'd For' ung 1,a 00 e
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Designer .4T, 5 'marveOus t .,- CO I Me iiacil ason uses a green sequih k o each,,o
hometo-" boy who: wn on th ,'ba f 'I. feel I havet so many I I tt "depariment s frl nds as I d
tard, :to try 'his-, e designs -2 a m
1 fil 4 jn a L ",
craft hi New iYork, came ome here; and the-green se
success. P61ici ed nii!6W- n6 i. c e that;e'&Cb WO'M--'
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sequinit, e unc-h F T -E" STAAS ot y6sterda ,,s a atr, tho g V411Y attache& -1 I % , ., 'I', -r ; ... to' Ar'C h te-t'Eas"O n, wh t d 'h eew tid 0 cornmen cite ,o s owing, 'e ach pl acie, caird, 4- 'S. gr' ml ipery ,a C ToWe LS on 46 ads t "hat e,. arM ssi nL.r fh 6 & I" -b lwekring n.
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women, admits thit "most HE hak ,yman of thi u women tend to be too extrava, is gant -in their dress, Wbrri6n v 'On pegs, in,
now wear :, hats because .,they 'e, qom adort them be' even, fiu x 66mpletpl so mucli, If 'they of, 'I
fui- io co d Winters 4ft, Nk York"
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Back in the nineteen thirties, the citizens The oldest city in the United September 8, 1565--the day Admiral of St. Augustine, Florida, took a long Pedro Men6ndez de Avil6s landed with look at their city, the oldest in the land, States, founded 400 years ago 500 troops, and as many farmers and and realized that it was almost literally artisans, on the spot near the Castillo disintegrating both as a community and as the northernmost outpost where the Nombre de Dios Mission now as an historic site. The main street of the stands. Nothing remained of the original town founded in 1565 as the northern- of the Spanish Empire, is being wooden-walled town that Men6ndez had most bastion of the Spanish Empire of restored to reflect its Hispanic built, for in 1586 Sir Francis Drake had Philip II epitomized urban blight and burned it to the ground. Rebuilt almost civic neglect. Pleasant villas with latticed origin. It is hoped that the immediately, St. Augustine was again dewindows and jutting balconies, their se- stroyed in 1668, this time by British buccluded gardens and patios green withfruit city will serve as a meeting caneers commanded by the notorious trees and aglow with flowers, had given Captain John Davis. Then the Spaniards way to ramshackle clapboard houses, run- ground for Latin American began to build with coquina, a shell rock down tin-roofed bungalows, seedy beer quarried on nearby Anastasia Island and parlors, juke joints, and weedy lots. Only and North American cultures ferried to the town on rafts. The first stone one or two crumbling stone buildings re- went into building the Castillo, which mained to suggest the charm of the quar- survived still another British attack, this ter in its Hispanic colonial days. one by Governor James Moore of CaroNorth of the massive city gates stood lina in 1702. the gray crenelated stone battlements of It seemed probable to Bath that the the Castillo de San Marcos, begun in building he had bought was constructed 1672. The moated fortress had been de- soon after the Moore attack, when the clared a national monument in 1924 and colonists built everything either of cowas being restored and rebuilt by the Na- quina or of tapia, now known as tabby, tional Park Service. As it re-emerged in a sort of concrete made of burned oyster its ancient glory, the Castillo presented shells and sand mixed with seawater. the townspeople with a vision of what his- Thus a more durable St. Augustine toric St. Augustine might become if it emerged during the middle decades of were rehabilitated. Funds were provided the eighteenth century, a community of for research and the drafting of a plan for one- and two-storied homes and public restoration of the city's more important buildings, with flat, peaked, or slanted sites. Within a year the project ran out of roofs, walled gardens and patios, arched money and enthusiasm. World War II doorways, and windows that could be came, and nothing further was done. shuttered against weather and enemies. Then one day in April, 1958, a Seattle The town was laid out in rectangles along journalist and student of Spanish colonial a central axis called the Calle Realhistory named Gerald Horton Bath, who Royal Road-running due north and had visited St. Augustine on holidays and south and occupying an area about one seen its potentialities, acquired one of the "But the place glowed with a kind of mile long and half a mile deep on the crumbling stone structures on the city's grandeur," said Bath, a tanned, white- bank of the Matanzas River opposite main street. He had served five years as a haired, quiet man now in his middle six- Anastasia Island. It was surrounded by consultant on the staff of the organization ties. "I decided to try to restore it not as a moat and by a palisade of palmetto logs encharged with the restoration of Colonial a functioning hostelry but as a place bolstered by earth-filled revetments. Williamsburg, Virginia, and in fact owned where visitors might learn something of The metamorphosis continued when a house there. This he sold to buy the Spain's contribution to the making of St. Augustine was handed over to the rambling, two-storied dwelling at 43 St. America. The Spaniards settled St. Augus- British in 1763 as the result of a diploGeorge Street, which, he had reason to tine forty-two years before the English matic victory: the English had captured believe, had once been a posada, or inn. founded Jamestown and fifty-five years Havana and held it for ransom, with St. The place was a shambles, its timbers before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Augustine and the rest of Florida as the alive with termites, its patio overgrown Rock. But what they did is a largely for- price of the Cuban capital's freedom. The with weeds and vines. gotten chapter in our story. I determined English changed the name of the Calle to do what I could to recapture it." Real to St. George Street after their The city's ancient fort, now a national Bath hadn't the faintest notion of how patron saint, renamed the Calle Principal monument, draws 500,000 visitors a posada in old St. Augustine might have for Charlotte, their queen at the time, and a year. Its massive walls of native shell looked-nor could anyone tell him. The strongly influenced the town's architecrock have been standing since 1672 city had undergone many changes since ture. They added wooden upper stories,











































Horse-drawn carriages offer a leisurely means of sightseeing in the old section of St. Augustine

often with dormer windows. The Span- with cowhide seats-all the furnishings- By the end of 1960, Dr. Newton's staff iards used charcoal braziers to heat their are either antiques or reproductions fash- had completed a master plan for a new houses during chilly winter nights and for ioned from Spanish walnut, some of St. Augustine that would take about cooking, but the English, lovers of open which, says Bath fondly, "was in the trees twenty years and an estimated $20 milfires, added fireplaces. Bath found sev- when Men6ndez was a boy." Everything lion to complete. Approximately 200 eral fireplaces in his house on St. George for the house came from Spain: portraits, buildings would be reconstructed or reStreet and knew that English people had tile panels, silver pieces, rugs. stored within the historic area in the origlived there until the city was restored to The last shipment arrived at the inn inal materials, as nearly as possible on Spain in 1783. Spanish it remained until early in 1960. By then, things had begun their original sites, and in accordance the town and all of Florida were ceded to to change in St. Augustine. Substantial with the actual or calculated designs used the United States in 1821. citizens, including the Governor, had been when the structures were first built. Satisfied that he owned an early eight- persuaded that they should resume the It was to minimize the impact on the eenth-century building, Bath proceeded effort to restore and reconstruct the town normal life of the community of 16,000 to restore and furnish it in the only way in its Spanish colonial image. Supported people that the commission proposed its that seemed logical. Accompanied by his by municipal and state officials, a move- long-range approach. Where simple preswife, he went to Spain and consulted ment was started to make of St. Augus- ervation or restoration could be accomauthorities on Spanish colonial times. To tine a Hispanic project of the nature of plished, it would take precedence over their vast disappointment, the Baths dis- Colonial Williamsburg. reconstruction; where re-creation of the covered that no one in Spain knew how In November, 1959, the St. Augustine historic environment was deemed imporan inn in eighteenth-century St. Augus- Historical Restoration and Preservation tant, structures would be rebuilt in the tine might have looked or how it might Commission, authorized by the state leg- form and on the site where they originalhave been equipped. The Spaniards ad- islature, came into being under the direc- ly existed; where data were incomplete, vised Bath to re-create in St. Augustine an tion of Dr. Earle W.Newton, professional representative edifices would be built, inn such as one in Spain might have been historian, a former director of Old Stur- and suitable uses-as museums, exhibithree centuries ago. This, they told him, bridge Village in Massachusetts, and a tion buildings, or residences, for instance they could help him authenticate in every recognized authority in the comparatively -would be found for them. detail. He took their advice. Months and new science of rehabilitating historic The State of Florida agreed to provide "many thousands of dollars later," said sites. A mild, scholarly man in his late $75,000 a year for six years for research, Bath, plans for reconstructing and fur- forties, Dr. Newton assembled a team of planning, and some building, but the rest nishing the building in St. George Street planners that included historian Charles of the projected $20 million was to be were completed. Arnade, cartographer John Dunkle, and raised from private sources. Dr. Newton The posada is now as close an approxi- anthropologist Hale Smith-all of the eventually had pledges totaling $700,000 mation of an authentic eighteenth-cen- University of Florida-and architect Wil- with which to begin operations. tury Spanish inn as meticulous research, liam Stewart of Florida State University. St. George Street today, at the start of imaginative architects, skilled craftsmen, With the help of Spanish translators, a year-long celebration of St. Augustine's and the Baths' love of things Hispanic archeologists, surveyors, draftsmen, and quadricentennial, is just beginningto look could make it. The four-poster in the artisans, they worked two months over as it did in the eighteenth century. Oppomain bedroom, the tall wardrobes, the ancient plans, deeds, documents, and let- site the posada, the commission has remassive chests, the straight-backed chairs ters in archives here and in Spain. created the Arrivas House, one of several








































St. George Street, seen here in scale model, is regaining its Spanish colonial charm as restoration progresses

that had belonged to a prominent Spanish business in Latin America, will be known ish, said their first masses, and built the colonial family. It is a spacious two- as the Pan American Exhibition Center first Indian mission. The complex will instoried structure with an attic under a and is intended to promote inter-Ameri- clude a library-archives-exhibition hall, a peaked roof, a narrow overhanging bal- can cultural and educational relations. votive church, and an illuminated cross, cony on St. George Street, and wide Work on the building began last April 24, 200 feet tall, which will be visible fourporches on the upper and lower floors. and the cornerstone-laying ceremonies teen miles from the Florida east coast. The walls are of grayish coquina, and all brought from Washington ambassadors The cross is to be dedicated during the the woodwork is of brown-stained cy- of Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, the Do- quadricentennial celebration. press. The house was restored according minican Republic, Ecuador, Costa Rica, The diocese is also remodeling the to specifications found in old records and Panama, Peru, Guatemala, and Honduras. Cathedral of St. Augustine, which had is authentic in every detail, down to the Meanwhile, restoration and reconstruc- been rebuilt in the eighteen eighties after design of the wrought-iron hardware tion are taking place elsewhere in the a fire. Started in 1791 and completed forged and shaped on the spot by burly city. The National Park Service has ac- six years later, it is a monument of St. Harry Mangus, a local policeman who celerated restoration of the Castillo, the Augustine's "second Spanish period," the has made blacksmithing-and the restora- oldest fort in the country and as grimly time after Spain regained the city and tion of his home town-a hobby. beautiful as it was impregnable. It is the Florida from the British in 1783. About a dozen buildings have been most impressive and best-preserved relic As the old and the new St. Augustine completed along the northern end of St. of St. Augustine's Spanish colonial glory, emerge, leaders are beginning to see their George Street. Some are private dwell- a symmetrical, four-sided structure with city as a bridge between Latin American ings, restored or reconstructed by their walls sixteen feet thick at the base and and North American cultures. They hope owners at their own expense but accord- nine feet at the top that rise nearly forty it will help to foster closer and more ingto plans and specifications supplied by feet. Within its walls are guardrooms, meaningful social, economic, and politithe commission. Others are reconstruc- dungeons, storerooms, living quarters for cal relations between the American retions which will be used as exhibition the garrison, and a chapel. Nearly all the publics. They are considering using relics buildings for Hispanic arts and handi- rooms open on a paved central court of a more recent past-the princely hotels crafts. One is a terraced Spanish restau- about 100 feet square; in 1740, when last built by Henry M. Flagler in the eighteen rant; another, a museum of ancient toys. attacked, the entire population of St. eighties when St. Augustine was briefly The most impressive building, perhaps, Augustine, estimated at upward of 1,200, the fashionable Newport of the Southis the two-story structurewhich will house took refuge there. as the nucleus of an inter-American unia permanent exhibit of Spanish paintings, One of the strongest supporters of the versity dedicated to strengthening ties besculpture, and furnishings and which will community's effort to recapture its His- tween the two continents. Only one of the serve as an Hispanic-American cultural panic, Catholic past is the diocese of St. hotels, the ornately Spanish Ponce de center. The government of Spain contrib- Augustine. Under the auspices of its Leon, remains open and only for a short uted $200,000 toward its construction newly created St. Augustine Foundation, season. The other two, the Alcazar and and has undertaken to equip and main- the diocese is erecting outside the resto- the Cordova, have not been used as hotain it. ration area a $2-million commemorative tels for many years. They could not be Farther north on St. George Street is complex on the spot where the Spanish put to better use than the one now being another important reconstruction. This pioneers landed in 1565 and where priests considered by the architects of St. Augusone, financed by American firms that do organized the nation's first Catholic par- tine's renascence. .
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Mission Here Is



400 Years Old

Playing a most important part ly planted on our land 400 years in the Quadricentennial Celebra- ago-" tion of St. Augustine is the Mis- Father Mlicael Cannion, -Ms
monof on~re e lso whre heSion director, 4escxies the~ locsionof ombe d Dis werethetion of this vast project-~ as -" story of our nation began 400 spectacular- and inspiring sight,years ago. all in one vista, the Mission erDescribed as America's most trance,-the Spanish style columns an rhs ftelbrrad
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spot where Don Pedro, Menendez Cross." de Aviles, Admiral of the.Span- Missioi observances scheduled ish Fleet, stepped ashore on the'for the Quadrieentennial Year incoast of Florida. With-him.were clude av'Eucharistic Congress oi Father Lopez de Mendoza Gra- the Mission grounds, in $'ebruy jales and an intrepid band of ex 1966. Then, on Low Sunday (the plorers, who set out to build an Sunday after Easter), a pilgrimAmerican settlement. age to the Mission will be 'ighTo commemorate this dramatic lighted by the dedication ot the portion of history, the Mission of New Votive Church. Nombre de Dios has planned im- Also inchided iii this extensive posing structures to add grace building program is the restoraand beauty to this old city. Tow- tion of the old Cathedral. "The ering over St. Augustine will be old Spanish Church which serves the Great Cross, a 200-foot illu- as the Cathedral of St. Augus' wninated cross to be erected at the tine is being completely restored Mission site, along with a beauti- and adorned for 'the Quadricen- T*ercisu e bo n aod nsh ese O ful Votive Church and a new i- e et o The reconsucted Cubo Line, an old Spanish earthen and log defense works ich brary and research center. The pastor, Monsignor John P. once protected the city s north approach, as it appears looking westward from CasCross, which will be seen both Burns," explains Father Ganon, tillo de San Marcs. day and night, from all major ap- "and the entire structure is being proaches into the city, will face enlarged in order to accommodate the ocean inlet to the east, the increased number of Catholics "where ships that pass or enter in the city."ae v csa 0 the harbor will have no difficulty The Church's program for St. in sighting this 'Beacon of the Augustine haa attracted wide- e~ir

lin, president of the St. Augus- tion and a large number of Cathtine Foundation. Father Heslin olics from all over the Uited Since early in 19639 just aft side courtyard rooms, an admin- the first time the tie-in between further points out that the "cross States are expected to visit St President Kennedy appointed a istration utility building oa the the City Gate, which is a part of will he erected at the approxi- Augustine to help cebrat Nationle ommissi t n ir monument a ma,'octin hee heCrstofChrc'san heret's40ththe Crheo-96ssQudrcetenhu a cItotae's'bl Ia40enaiualmoumntan te Christiainty was first permanient- birthday. of -St.AugusI ime, the Departm ent mnimstrative, stoaadmm Castillo6. TWl onl the City Gatei of the Intri a e es otof the, eas tstbudge an most-recreates the

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Restoration Program Is Underway



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Americans AreParticipating:

"A cultrl ahd educational bridge% between the northern id southern hemispheres,". is one way to describe the iexte e re toration program beg conduct ed in this- nation's oldest city,as it celebrates the 400th Aninversaryof its founding.
Carried on prinipally by the State of Florida, through the St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation. Commission, other participants include the St.. Augustine '-Historical Society, Florida Military Department, private individuals and national organizations, such as the U. S. Department of Interior, National Park Service.
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What could be more delightful
on a warm summer ha beach picnic, with the coo sutheast breezes keapg you comfortable and conte Some of
the beI aches are Ataffed byeew
of trained lifeguards, members of the St. Augustine and St. Johns County Life Saving Corps. Others are just perfect for surf-casting and family piemecking.
Ideal accommodations range
from the most luxurious of motels to the coziest of kitchenette cottages, and all are just perfect for vacationing beach entli-i asts Beach areas located in NSE Johns County include Ponte Veda- icVlno Beach,. St. AudraBe ,,Vil
ustine Beach and Crescent
Beach, as well as many smaller, 7
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A multi-million dollao unaustry frmeu by sone 250 poatoe gtowfor St. Johns County enters h
The 'chid livesto-c'k industry.,ilxsii arond tstwongIndna'beef .cattle; is now on the 7updairy and poultry operations and swmng m the .area after experforest products, 'which play a lenemng a long period of dechne;, vital part mn the economy ot this and- the industry; now has nearly, county 8000 head of beef cattle, raised
Agriculture bhas done much to, by, more than 100 .cattlemen.
bring prosperity to this region, There are tunepntly'approximate-, for last year, alone, the agtacul- ly 10,000, acres of improved pa>Stur al mncome in St. Johns County ture land mn the c ounty,amounted to $14 milhon, with An important segment of, ag the outlook for 1965 ranging riculture-is forty, and. about, around $15 million. 73.5 per cent of. the, county's lanid 1 Lang the county's produe area is devoted to commercial tion is the vast potato industry, forestry, where from 200 'to 25% vith cabbage -lite as the see- people, are employed- fu- ftme, im end largest crop. Ne xt come ive- the forests, producimg raw; materstock, dairy awd poultry opera- ials,: while some 100 people aye twons, followed br gladioli, c itrus working full-time with wood.
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delightful all y ear. In. spring, larger city, Jako le lies -just summer and early fall, refreshing 35 iales to the north, with a breezes keep the. area cool and four-ln dvedh hwyalte comfortable, while during the re- way. There, one can find cultural inamnder of the year, there are and entertainment Advantages us-nough of those snappy days -customarily assoelated with large o put Apples mn your cheeks. metropolitan ,centers. After Weather, comes the idea In brief, Sti Anguotine offers >f a suitable home, and here, too, full-fledged extizenship lin a real-the area can-meet just about life, goweing, community,,with, a4 very demand. While the "lretire- urugue historical; atmosphere, ennent business": has, not been hanced. by the, Quadiv entenw'dl ommercially exploited in St..Year s. actnvites which need all LAugustine and St. JohnsCounty, the. Support thy can. muster ar I,1 the area's many smaller housing which will be ot lasting: benef it developments offer a wide va- to the community. ilety of comfortable homes'to fit
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This year the inter-American system, with its many upon for the kind of professional education that institutions that bind the republics of the Western will add to the gross national product. They must Hemisphere into a community, is seventy-five years turn out more and more highly trained professionold. It is a fitting time for Jersey Standard, through als, such as engineers, economists, and business the pages of THE LAMP, to salute the peoples and managers. They must also provide the teachers to nations of Latin America among whom our affili- bring elementary and vocational schooling to the ated companies have done business for so long. millions of rural and city children who would otherThese pages touch on various aspects of Latin wise be left out of the march of progress. American life, including business and economic Our educational activities cover a wide range. matters, the arts, and educational and social prog- The sixteen-year-old University of the Andes in ress. Jersey and its affiliates in Latin America take Bogoti, Colombia, is famous throughout Latin an interest in all these aspects of their environment. America for its emphasis on modern science and The kind of environment in which our business engineering-and also for the fact that it is supcan best flourish is one that is moving forward on ported to a great extent by local and international every front-where technology is advancing; the business firms, including our Colombian affiliate. educational system is turning out more and more On a quite different level, our Venezuelan affiliate skilled workers and able leaders; living standards recently helped to introduce into the nation's paare rising; and opportunities are widespread for job rochial schools a new manual training curriculum advancement and personal initiative. Historically, for elementary schoolchildren, many of whom have these conditions have most often been found where been apathetic about school but accept this new freedomfor business enterprise was one of the basic program eagerly. These are two of many ways in guarantees of a free society. which Jersey affiliates-and other companies-play Progress toward such an ideal is often difficult. their part in Latin American education. But many forces in Latin America today are work- Another essential to progress that we try to ening in this direction. Among these forces is the courage is the development of local private entermodern business firm, both international and local. prise under the management of modern-minded A company such as ours, merely by the way it Latin American business leaders. For several years does business, almost unavoidably contributes to our affiliates in Venezuela and Colombia have been progress. A large investment, such as a new manu- taking minority equities in small or moderate-sized facturing plant, calls for the organized application enterprises-chiefly manufacturing and farming. of money and skills over a period of years. When To these firms we bring not only capital but also such an investment is successful, the benefits are technical and managerial experience. Recently we many. New construction means a market for local joined in founding the pioneering ADELA promaterials and local labor. Then the plant opens, gram of private international investment in local creating skilled jobs at good wages. The economy enterprises in Latin America which is described receives new and better products. The plant be- elsewhere in this issue. Through such efforts we comes a source of tax revenue and, in many cases, hope to reinforce those leaders in the Latin Ameriof foreign exchange. It also becomes a center for can business community who view business enterlearning new technical and managerial skills, which prise as a highly disciplined economic activity that are essential to economic growth. Finally, if all requires advanced technical and organizing skills. goes well, in due course there is a profit for the One theme that runs through all our work in investing company and its shareholders. It would Latin America is the importance of the individual: be virtually impossible to produce that profit with- his initiative, originality, and leadership. Good govout producing the other benefits too. ernment is vital; but, for a nation to develop in Beyond this "strictly business" contribution, we freedom, the practice of creative citizenship-of not often find opportunities to contribute in other ways, waiting to be told what to do-must be widespread especially in the field of education. Latin America among the people. is a continent in rapid transition. Traditionally, Thus the further development of Latin America, Latin American universities have been most dis- with its tremendous potential, depends on countless tinguished for the kind of humanistic education individual citizens. We of Jersey Standard are that adds to culture; now they are also being called proud to share in this historic work.




MICHAEL L. HAIDER
Chairman of the Board





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from Latin America, Europe, the United States, country, to the safety of private property, and to and Japan for a two-day meeting in Paris. Out of how thoroughly it is recognized that private entertheir discussions came an overwhelming agreement prise must be profitable in its operations to be usethat an ADELA Investment Company would not ful to a nation's economy. only be a highly useful undertaking but, more than Partly, this policy comes under the heading of that, was perfectly feasible. prudence. But it also reflects a belief by ADELA
On the second day, at a smaller meeting of ex- that selective participation may in time prompt ecutives whose companies had pledged support for some Latin American countries to re-examine their ADELA, the organizing effort passed to entirely attitudes toward private business. Being broadly private hands. Under the co-chairmanship of Dr. based, and thus partly immune from charges of Giovanni Agnelli, vice chairman of Fiat, and speaking for a special interest, ADELA feels that Emilio G. Collado, vice president and director of it can, perhaps, make headway with this policy Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), an interim where others have failed. organizing committee was established to take over Finally, ADELA is much aware, as indicated from the executive directors. It was this committee earlier, that good management will be critical to that through the spring and summer of 1964 the outcome of its investment program. It has, in brought in the additional corporate subscribers, fact, already moved to set up a wholly owned subsecured the management, and worked out the struc- sidiary, the ADELA Managerial and Technical tural details that made incorporation possible in Services Corporation, to provide prot6g6 compaSeptember. nies with professional management help in market
Although ADELA is unique, it did not, of research, manufacturing, engineering, finance, and course, spring from the ether without antecedents. administration. These services will be available to It has similarities to several investment organiza- local entrepreneurs in studying new ventures and tions, including Creole Investment Corporation in working out technical and organizational probin Venezuela and Inversiones de Esso Colombia. lems of companies that are already under way. These two companies, which operate locally, were With the prospect of $40 million of its own to organized by Jersey Standard affiliates to invest in invest, ADELA figures that it may activate a total businesses outside the oil industry with the aim of of about $80 million of new equity investment in promoting economic development. Latin America, assuming average fifty-fifty shares
In its own workings, ADELA intends to point with local partners. In addition, the $80 million of most of its investments toward medium-sized equity money would be likely to sustain at least manufacturing operations, with some money going $120 million of loans and short-term credit in the into distribution companies and, possibly, into ag- project companies, which would mean an over-all riculture. It will look particularly for projects that capital mobilization on the order of $200 million. can either earn or save foreign exchange, provide More might be forthcoming. Along with investing permanent employment, and promote regional eco- in projects brought to it, ADELA hopes to initiate nomic integration, ventures, acting mainly as a promoter and taking
ADELA's funds will be invested mainly in new only a small ownership position among many partstock issues or convertible debt issues of both new ners. In these cases, ADELA would be instigating and existing companies, and, normally, ADELA a total investment five or six times as big as its own will take only a minority ownership position. Its cash outlay. aim, in other words, is to work in tandem with Thus, in dollar terms alone, the potential of other private capital, supplemented, where need ADELA is sizable. But even greater, its owners bebe, by debt financing from private sources or from lieve, is its potential for opening men's eyes and national and international institutions, such as gov- minds to a truer image of what private enterprise ernment development banks in Latin America, the really is. If ADELA can succeed-and it has, adInter-American Development Bank, and the Inter- mittedly, a rocky road to travel-it will give a national Finance Corporation. highly visible demonstration of how the resources
ADELA is most precise about the conditions and experience of private enterprise can be harunder which it will invest. Its criteria are good nessed to do man's work against the blights of povprospects for an attractive return and, more im- erty, despair, and insecurity. Because of ADELA, portant, a favorable investment climate. The com- people will know a little more about private enterpany will not commit funds in countries unwilling prise and how men, working freely for themselves, to maintain economic policies conducive to private can bring to their communities and countries goods enterprise. To this end it intends to screen all in- and incomes and a new sense of well-being. And vestments with an eye to the amount of freedom that knowledge comes as high in Latin America and support that private business enjoys in a given as it does in any part of the world. n

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Back in the nineteen thirties, the citizens The oldest city in the United September 8, 1565-the day Admiral of St. Augustine, Florida, took a long Pedro Men6ndez de Avil6s landed with look at their city, the oldest in the land, States, founded 400 years ago 500 troops, and as many farmers and and realized that it was almost literally artisans, on the spot near the Castillo disintegrating both as a community and as the northernmost outpost where the Nombre de Dios Mission now as an historic site. The main street of the stands. Nothing remained of the original town founded in 1565 as the northern- of the Spanish Empire, is being wooden-walled town that Men6ndez had most bastion of the Spanish Empire of restored to reflect its Hispanic built, for in 1586 Sir Francis Drake had Philip II epitomized urban blight and burned it to the ground. Rebuilt almost civic neglect. Pleasant villas with latticed origin. It is hoped that the immediately, St. Augustine was again dewindows and jutting balconies, their se- stroyed in 1668, this time by British buccluded gardens and patios green with fruit city will serve as a meeting caneers commanded by the notorious trees and aglow with flowers, had given Captain John Davis. Then the Spaniards way to ramshackle clapboard houses, run- ground for Latin American began to build with coquina, a shell rock down tin-roofed bungalows, seedy beer quarried on nearby Anastasia Island and parlors, juke joints, and weedy lots. Only and North American cultures ferried to the town on rafts. The first stone one or two crumbling stone buildings re- went into building the Castillo, which mained to suggest the charm of the quar- survived still another British attack, this ter in its Hispanic colonial days. one by Governor James Moore of CaroNorth of the massive city gates stood lina in 1702.
the gray crenelated stone battlements of It seemed probable to Bath that the the Castillo de San Marcos, begun in building he had bought was constructed 1672. The moated fortress had been de- soon after the Moore attack, when the cared a national monument in 1924 and colonists built everything either of cowas being restored and rebuilt by the Na- quina or of tapia, now known as tabby, tional Park Service. As it re-emerged in a sort of concrete made of burned oyster its ancient glory, the Castillo presented shells and sand mixed with seawater. the townspeople with a vision of what his- Thus a more durable St. Augustine toric St. Augustine might become if it emerged during the middle decades of were rehabilitated. Funds were provided the eighteenth century, a community of for research and the drafting of a plan for one- and two-storied homes and public restoration of the city's more important buildings, with flat, peaked, or slanted sites. Within a year the project ran out of roofs, walled gardens and patios, arched money and enthusiasm. World War II doorways, and windows that could be came, and nothing further was done. shuttered against weather and enemies.
Then one day in April, 1958, a Seattle The town was laid out in rectangles along journalist and student of Spanish colonial a central axis called the Calle Realhistory named Gerald Horton Bath, who Royal Road-running due north and had visited St. Augustine on holidays and south and occupying an area about one seen its potentialities, acquired one of the "But the place glowed with a kind of mile long and half a mile deep on the crumbling stone structures on the city's grandeur," said Bath, a tanned, white- bank of the Matanzas River opposite main street. He had served five years as a haired, quiet man now in his middle six- Anastasia Island. It was surrounded by consultant on the staff of the organization ties. "I decided to try to restore it not as a moat and by a palisade of palmetto logs encharged with the restoration of Colonial a functioning hostelry but as a place bolstered by earth-filled revetments. Williamsburg, Virginia, and in fact owned where visitors might learn something of The metamorphosis continued when a house there. This he sold to buy the Spain's contribution to the making of St. Augustine was handed over to the rambling, two-storied dwelling at 43 St. America. The Spaniards settled St. Augus- British in 1763 as the result of a diploGeorge Street, which, he had reason to tine forty-two years before the English matic victory: the English had captured believe, had once been a posada, or inn. founded Jamestown and fifty-five years Havana and held it for ransom, with St. The place was a shambles, its timbers before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Augustine and the rest of Florida as the alive with termites, its patio overgrown Rock. But what they did is a largely for- price of the Cuban capital's freedom. The with weeds and vines. gotten chapter in our story. I determined English changed the name of the Calle to do what I could to recapture it." Real to St. George Street after their The city's ancient fort, now a national Bath hadn't the faintest notion of how patron saint, renamed the Calle Principal monument, draws 500,000 visitors a posada in old St. Augustine might have for Charlotte, their queen at the time, and a year. Its massive walls of native shell looked-nor could anyone tell him. The strongly influenced the town's architecrock have been standing since 1672 city had undergone many changes since ture. They added wooden upper stories,

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Horse-drawn carriages offer a leisurely means of sightseeing in the old section of St. Augustine

often with dormer windows. The Span- with cowhide seats-all the furnishings- By the end of 1960, Dr. Newton's staff iards used charcoal braziers to heat their are either antiques or reproductions fash- had completed a master plan for a new houses during chilly winter nights and for ioned from Spanish walnut, some of St. Augustine that would take about cooking, but the English, lovers of open which, says Bath fondly, "was in the trees twenty years and an estimated $20 milfires, added fireplaces. Bath found sev- when Men6ndez was a boy." Everything lion to complete. Approximately 200 eral fireplaces in his house on St. George for the house came from Spain: portraits, buildings would be reconstructed or reStreet and knew that English people had tile panels, silver pieces, rugs. stored within the historic area in the origlived there until the city was restored to The last shipment arrived at the inn inal materials, as nearly as possible on Spain in 1783. Spanish it remained until early in 1960. By then, things had begun their original sites, and in accordance the town and all of Florida were ceded to to change in St. Augustine. Substantial with the actual or calculated designs used the United States in 1821. citizens, including the Governor, had been when the structures were first built.
Satisfied that he owned an early eight- persuaded that they should resume the It was to minimize the impact on the eenth-century building, Bath proceeded effort to restore and reconstruct the town normal life of the community of 16,000 to restore and furnish it in the only way in its Spanish colonial image. Supported people that the commission proposed its that seemed logical. Accompanied by his by municipal and state officials, a move- long-range approach. Where simple preswife, he went to Spain and consulted ment was started to make of St. Augus- ervation or restoration could be accomauthorities on Spanish colonial times. To tine a Hispanic project of the nature of plished, it would take precedence over their vast disappointment, the Baths dis- Colonial Williamsburg. reconstruction; where re-creation of the covered that no one in Spain knew how In November, 1959, the St. Augustine historic environment was deemed imporan inn in eighteenth-century St. Augus- Historical Restoration and Preservation tant, structures would be rebuilt in the tine might have looked or how it might Commission, authorized by the state leg- form and on the site where they originalhave been equipped. The Spaniards ad- islature, came into being under the direc- ly existed; where data were incomplete, vised Bath to re-create in St. Augustine an tion of Dr. Earle W. Newton, professional representative edifices would be built, inn such as one in Spain might have been historian, a former director of Old Stur- and suitable uses-as museums, exhibithree centuries ago. This, they told him, bridge Village in Massachusetts, and a tion buildings, or residences, for instance they could help him authenticate in every recognized authority in the comparatively -would be found for them. detail. He took their advice. Months and new science of rehabilitating historic The State of Florida agreed to provide "many thousands of dollars later," said sites. A mild, scholarly man in his late $75,000 a year for six years for research, Bath, plans for reconstructing and fur- forties, Dr. Newton assembled a team of planning, and some building, but the rest nishing the building in St. George Street planners that included historian Charles of the projected $20 million was to be were completed. Arnade, cartographer John Dunkle, and raised from private sources. Dr. Newton
The posada is now as close an approxi- anthropologist Hale Smith-all of the eventually had pledges totaling $700,000 mation of an authentic eighteenth-cen- University of Florida-and architect Wil- with which to begin operations. tury Spanish inn as meticulous research, liam Stewart of Florida State University. St. George Street today, at the start of imaginative architects, skilled craftsmen, With the help of Spanish translators, a year-long celebration of St. Augustine's and the Baths' love of things Hispanic archeologists, surveyors, draftsmen, and quadricentennial, is just beginningtolook could make it. The four-poster in the artisans, they worked two months over as it did in the eighteenth century. Oppomain bedroom, the tall wardrobes, the ancient plans, deeds, documents, and let- site the posada, the commission has remassive chests, the straight-backed chairs ters in archives here and in Spain. created the Arrivas House, one of several

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St. George Street, seen here in scale model, is regaining its Spanish colonial charm as restoration progresses

that had belonged to a prominent Spanish business in Latin America, will be known ish, said their first masses, and built the colonial family. It is a spacious two- as the Pan American Exhibition Center first Indian mission. The complex will instoried structure with an attic under a and is intended to promote inter-Ameri- clude a library-archives-exhibition hall, a peaked roof, a narrow overhanging bal- can cultural and educational relations. votive church, and an illuminated cross, cony on St. George Street, and wide Work on the building began last April 24, 200 feet tall, which will be visible fourporches on the upper and lower floors, and the cornerstone-laying ceremonies teen miles from the Florida east coast. The walls are of grayish coquina, and all brought from Washington ambassadors The cross is to be dedicated during the the woodwork is of brown-stained cy- of Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, the Do- quadricentennial celebration. press. The house was restored according minican Republic, Ecuador, Costa Rica, The diocese is also remodeling the to specifications found in old records and Panama, Peru, Guatemala, and Honduras. Cathedral of St. Augustine, which had is authentic in every detail, down to the Meanwhile, restoration and reconstruc- been rebuilt in the eighteen eighties after design of the wrought-iron hardware tion are taking place elsewhere in the a fire. Started in 1791 and completed forged and shaped on the spot by burly city. The National Park Service has ac- six years later, it is a monument of St. Harry Mangus, a local policeman who celerated restoration of the Castillo, the Augustine's "second Spanish period," the has made blacksmithing-and the restora- oldest fort in the country and as grimly time after Spain regained the city and tion of his home town-a hobby. beautiful as it was impregnable. It is the Florida from the British in 1783.
About a dozen buildings have been most impressive and best-preserved relic As the old and the new St. Augustine completed along the northern end of St. of St. Augustine's Spanish colonial glory, emerge, leaders are beginning to see their George Street. Some are private dwell- a symmetrical, four-sided structure with city as a bridge between Latin American ings, restored or reconstructed by their walls sixteen feet thick at the base and and North American cultures. They hope owners at their own expense but accord- nine feet at the top that rise nearly forty it will help to foster closer and more ing to plans and specifications supplied by feet. Within its walls are guardrooms, meaningful social, economic, and politithe commission. Others are reconstruc- dungeons, storerooms, living quarters for cal relations between the American retions which will be used as exhibition the garrison, and a chapel. Nearly all the publics. They are considering using relics buildings for Hispanic arts and handi- rooms open on a paved central court of a more recent past-the princely hotels crafts. One is a terraced Spanish restau- about 100 feet square; in 1740, when last built by Henry M. Flagler in the eighteen rant; another, a museum of ancient toys. attacked, the entire population of St. eighties when St. Augustine was briefly
The most impressive building, perhaps, Augustine, estimated at upward of 1,200, the fashionable Newport of the Southis the two-story structure which will house took refuge there. as the nucleus of an inter-American unia permanent exhibit of Spanish paintings, One of the strongest supporters of the versity dedicated to strengthening ties besculpture, and furnishings and which will community's effort to recapture its His- tween the two continents. Only one of the serve as an Hispanic-American cultural panic, Catholic past is the diocese of St. hotels, the ornately Spanish Ponce de center. The government of Spain contrib- Augustine. Under the auspices of its Leon, remains open and only for a short uted $200,000 toward its construction newly created St. Augustine Foundation, season. The other two, the Alcazar and and has undertaken to equip and main- the diocese is erecting outside the resto- the Cordova, have not been used as hotain it. ration area a $2-million commemorative tels for many years. They could not be
Farther north on St. George Street is complex on the spot where the Spanish put to better use than the one now being another important reconstruction. This pioneers landed in 1565 and where priests considered by the architects of St. Augusone, financed by American firms that do organized the nation's first Catholic par- tine's renascence. .

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The patio fountain at the Pan American Union Building glowed a welcome to representatives of government, business, the diplomatic corps, and the intellectual community as they gathered in Washington to view an unusual collection of paintings and sculpture. The occasion, marking Pan American Week and the seventy-fifth anniversary of the inter-American system, was the opening on April 21 of the Esso Salon of Young Artists. The presentation of these fifty-nine works from seventeen Latin American countries and Puerto Rico was hailed as an international cultural event of the first magnitude.
Each artist represented at the salon was a prize winner in a contest sponsored by the Esso company in his own country, with national museums, institutes, and art Uruguayan artist Ernesto Cristiani's painting stares back at viewers authorities participating. More than 3,000 painters and sculptors-none more than forty years old-submitted entries. The result is probably the most comprehensive collection ever assembled of work by the new generation Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson with Jersey President J. K. Jamieson of Latin American artists. (left) and Dr. Josd Mora (right), Secretary General of the OAS The various national competitions were coordinated by Dr. Jos6 Gomez-Sicre, chief of visual arts for the Pan American Union. Commenting on Jersey Standard's support of the project, he said: "Of singular significance is the fact that it was private industry-the capitalistic initiative of a free world-that was thus seeking to foster the things of the spirit."
In addition to sponsoring the Esso Salon, Jersey and its affiliates also commissioned nine original musical works by Latin American composers, which were performed, as part of the anniversary celebration, during the Third Inter-American Music Festival.
Grand prize winners in painting and sculpture were chosen in Washington by a jury consisting of the directors of the Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, and the Carnegie Institute's Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.

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It is fiesta time in St. Augustine. We salute this most ancient city on the occasion of its birthday--the 400th Anniversary. It was here that civilization and Christianity were first firmly planted on our nation's soil.
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presence 'in. the w world. This-is'. an are elter of for ificatilo s-sin.ce lift w,-s filled..'with ved frommorthern Spain, vhlch' produced f rms: of simplicity, many hazards, The houses at first were.the simplest formof.
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dje: ny -,of San Agustin. MenmW6z- home in northern -evolved -the authentic St. Augustine- look. They--w&ie also aida In -was Aviles, in Ast&ia, an industrial a n d seaside resort ed by on-band reference to the few original structures still, now th official, sistei-city of St. Augustine. He brought standing and preserved. by private owners.
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q1d %'Mrs Jo'hn_',hdwards was h t -bhn'Edwairidsj. "fess;
Mii. Edw ar S11141
on t was, Mrs. C. D.. 'T W. Kotnkn rnen&r."ot iazn M ''Villi H R62 Mrs,
ers on Y gets;,, 6e'Sr
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il6,l4istor!4,11,IRestoiatiori.'and- Pies ce., d erVation 'Committ' 'Mrs. Kobe 1C.: Miller aii Ce. rr enabers, Aa clifik roni, e t-- to rigKt 'ate Mrsi,.71 i th 1c; en e M rkemern, ers i Hispani g er, :,rs. Andy' Sears Jr., Mis M'a'r'y H W f.e. a eMz s o-,, E en, td tt ;d;',



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E-6,903

OCT 1 1965

4, 77777 1$ JI
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'reefings 3en,

e" Tine:.,.T6
MS most', WomeM. ni xt t'A iq uru
ary,-, o e om (a ore.) I I b &,,
fi +A_ OY the bonq
spending 1), -Ilds, to) servo, th compared 6rsbhal, '16 t he America Id t -cl Yq res, b4i
govern6t, Afid state at hCqost to.,the ti -nation 8 0 es 1'1e'." p 6 ttmen 8 "b: -Va:r 00, 9()V- Ch ber ofcommqpbe in Ger eq mgs an -,,qp igratut 0, 'I C
& J, Pa rj -en-J, ey"certsmilv sh6ula the'Hom, eorg
-the Br.enaan,,.ma y_-,invb vlng jbdt,_to -All 6f
-some of f the sth e 8 ea 7 City,_ ot .
Y 'Gheei Thd im
the ,
61 e88M n ordetA _'rmidbloa'K
ams After 111CWA&_AAMS it' active 194h6 q At
''th ihtere t tfofne i c a-,Aion to' e -,observed-:, placed ih, W. r,
,read, w, hat )f d OML,, reetihg from ge V&Ii c , ;.- t4 in 1w letter
"fjjj &' b arks the V I 11 -.- 2
out, n11sfQoMngjh ubernatorial, &P7,71, joo f t, ugu tine,'j D k,'AdA-mg 'ab the- confarin -S o' niversary, of the g, o''
ii,,Linonfh, 664 h'- dtl'al appoiAt...... poffitMefit 6 4-hegeispqfl'd fot 'dolhg, : mar bttights upon businessmen encase
w, 6 Jndividva1irL,-;W1io hbld 'iii6re tfi, th job Iri k' Vt k-nbV'16r 4, .Act that J, ,an h _Vf'Br6iipn- St. Augustine, t, f d
di een ram- e
V_ ei 'A G b he'Oland, honored tr()L'_ tt&ntyO
eedt s w
An n- -a its oundi n
4rl AikOIID "'a t eree nce, 8 14i' t 1, nd i ,e h: kp rb-_Oma t. Y-;, )011e':T6tn jeptember 8, a n trlbute to ed a a pres'. ic
Adani ,- wAsIiAhe ;afke :Ofl- t_ 't
*t .,v( remien, 'a bronze me Arhes 01ding 4u6 duhl c6i, bns.,. ., 6 $It -0 dafflon and, &ndti. tedby' neAg- exe'duttteA Y,03 ifi,,O ficiai prociamdion
I- ael i5y1to b at e, 10 eclat-, merce in,0 4 "tt
_tdua ,appoin, j
il ohg, in Quadricentenniat brdO: in Mduals th 965 as the iftS%'thok ;tir ar-y of
me thill1k: th#-- Secret plo, and, at1heit ti i of St. Aug4stine wiU bedf 0 hl' Jbttioii d th e: ii i aylor of' Bre will rerce ve ted- to the
G of
b re-jg'. W'bff e, wh J'i f I n be name. nedalliog
_a, thOt 1' Ma4ildl' ih jt St_ Auguq 1pe 8 r e atria, -jft"the filttite
w "". ... ;. i, I I I I I - I 11 1, 1
pion persofi, ion omm a nona,'to a',
e: leomf
T it
the 1046r: -ee ng. o Oe fhg ;bn e- t h '0 e safd
honorable' Inayor' of Bte, n,.
It i I gion; an no ow h, di---Vo_'1A t-h 9 le h U or
byln 4'1,'reeen;' 0
Vh a ae ;4 "-dthorq -a- e ieta:iy o f er sugges, a P66 bf.% $6 ty
or lacknmf -Anv" Wi6'' i t 9 bri aj--extend 41 tothe peopnle. -o
6,tter L ,Idea,,, might co e e greetl
As, a er of. pm'i eridaii6fi. t ings and con ratulAtions-on this
_'k the 400th annive rsar he ,&6jetaj -of 8tkt6_,.'in Attempts 'to founding. of Saint Auguistine 6nd ,%ye s, t1fitOld ..t, 1 9 f 10 r s s, by: serving
_: the',lettef 6 1 f the. 19*' (w the 1000th anniversary of market in
!. 7 1 i jl Tights eonf rred upon, the,.busi-, f ,ip iilttn a".:mn or, Were not,, fo- r then such as. Wolfe
ness an of the City of B
-t- In hi's ing aveIr'se'rv rig'lfi these car) eftfes, th
emst eratf6 9,.. 1 .. 1. 1 I A h If 'As a token of our greetings to b6 ej v U jj
tier' ts b 16, r sary, obably have, some J on great ariniver'












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viitng pou barnganarfu aytin Sai a c idbeor7c o E t 2 irs r1a9e6 d iihi4praces:hnnlo llol







Herbe oAes modetty "saMosdi0

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dimsgd m owin, sertar of tsa hhe ofterior Gov.



the familiar~ou midifttalany hop we do- no4ai1ose1ha h
e sma 1lcultural co m mtL see n t
vi ishb bAnui work Iftheo com isson headed bybn

hX 0nd n e F nidep stid itiwh haa Mcs
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Swr,"as phe a bye t- The cy gotianme ecaue Don phi ae Theen 0 b d ht c esAuis Imposinig Gatillo deSan Marcos is one reason Why St. Augustinse, las onaed. No attacked cqerd itrt nt production, to go do evr acuer. tinian a delu es.




























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t ;at 25. Qun ,Street in, th-d',listor'k 's6ctidn'& stored 11jildi" ch !- 1 r
us ir Pr 4n.,:. pri dh --pt Ila epa rs furniturei using, t e,:,orAg'Sti. Aug-, t le. e-,. site e uo a t si rvit' n Comm' 7n'
'Wlhl & i'l, TIv- I 1 .1. I I (A k "
jhg to j, 6cor :,P oth), Jigetye, as a'.r pre4, on center: .6r
oyeesi,:
M E6ia, -C, wkiloi,:,,:hbriTi m
Pple yi .: 4*;IIXOTP.P assistant ol ,, t a r S e 'r e IS' f:ih -A" firb
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in pi, pafin d hikpry
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mapst, Ltl g., etween Z 1764 8_19. Vi fioi s
11,90' i-4caie'', one'ror _h-l L
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A Oli hed and xcavat16n is,-Tio n( erway in, an emrt% f sea d
B. DAVE t6nsj rue ion 0 tools ti uri, in 1,6 Pr 6X ,
iTIG_'Pn arrL Wn d,'46'unda'ti ns. tu d C
-th tim'ie the Spahis
st" a Writ %mg, e
eFqr, a er,.
np o vse)rPP 1 ,.o %,qltii v
ploii ,Wry i t C size, cs,
-fie d 'o carpen, ,y,% as p edSt. A gu'stine. Whe shop to .,LThe SY6 "Pli
been set s6eral hun'died be op en torthe p0lic Wle Chaq-',',9' h e,' ]has jakeady ad
_W -Cu An. W o b6gan.isA Ore, loom, f
oik i 'years by a,: i b 'fi wielding-, his, tools, 0 :a weaver the com*_'6rkin''g_. here in-,Jun :_ .1 ere WI be jio admissiod' rnissiowp ans, to '.. s ,_; th I .'; b ing here. _yt
ols h f barge, re4 i il,,show'vW(44 notord' to are-:t ol6, b b Cie ;6i&,-A 16w shop wi will p'rph jildi jg";LandYurmhibgs -of Pq&.er'wfio'_(- W iiked, h6,i6A&ft abli bi
0 ng;ma iteirib
b aIS()
s co, o'nial porilp d aR
th 'Spam- h I Uava h6bje or's le there.., ,he Spani]shom at upa !on,*, _oo an*
I*, pro6 t "is the same as was The tools sl'ed ,by aa include, Idw','the A is Vdin- vere
'mddf the't. U nuel Chao,-'the aiffiosf'tfi&whole'rangb,,ofmaji used: The comm s on,- aiso
6roentei is an, employee 0Jtfi6_,,6l 'tools used. by modern soon se& gdides sit-or's
g.-AuguStitillipidrical Restora- carpenter.,-.'Thougb bt&er; and the history of'', t s d
_- L -1 h Ar 'e 'atfo di Ianesr'. Gr
-Atd ? 691 rv milulb-, rha u b iron e- as, n-sal 41
Sion, a.ugur chisels, hammers; Tra e en, s h
.new s op
'66:,tii a, h J14. Is;, -and mallets A jo&-powered pres' found eir ", nro I a An oya uil ithe -.will be b"t, 4 ;n"_d installed fere f an it v _t e mo V16 'I Ii 'S U I bjqp ',Whichthe commission has iii _the, huildihg. later. FvenISpain,,Gieen. s
almost 6mpleted. the building' screw.'s:':ia'nd seraWdrdvers4eie' old-wo rld ti adit do ri
is, just north, 'a0d almost ,Ad- lisbd atAbe flTe, but only sljght ,tiorls disappear
jiebtt to, the Pan,',-,, m! ricaw" ec a pseN-31he't, .,Was scarpe,.-,11311n PiN to ca11 1 d gsvi ta :,,Vere Inore o en 1- .-Z- Per he etil Ugi Y th Sa h
P Cling, *hI R, a it %s&I ulf
Ornling c e g
spot' in 17P11,w en, ao. was a, urniftite mqkej -,'the job Ao
map wasmiLad6.6fthe town, was- hi C 6 I lio6i he left h 0 t ''t t
opbut --years.. ago an ven ritoya,1- may o,,-Mexico., .
)ied by Sa' pid long- e I .;. h
ave ejl!.,a -w 1 'hy tradid I be crafts buifaing..,It He,' ere a ev, ith
fliit--roofed,,: buildlij;, i i e, w 6 in is a $41ill" A "prp ously 14%re.toi had vi''
of Otis 'e keid 'concrete bibek- gone. 0, x1ebi'Until 0 cupying in, S n.1, piai '44tivierit, re
: The first. project for the new% hi la A ilni, shbrtened', t h
shop *ffl-.b the, tepa par s of, the restoied Andlnevi; Af6llals w6re use or
sembly of:s6me-206: of the- 4iii, n ainly in Ahe".. Sajlqed6 ,constructlon.
occupation. period th&-'.Hbusb.. b
27n An has i purcEised frbm "Chaoils W If6). 481 de
Spain. Theidialts *ill be plk6jff Spanish in the S&
varo0s d'
in the. I -bu ing8 thfit'- cedo ki UrIn I e a, n F -L 0 It 4 D A
h6VO, een r6tored, 'the Wi I S e -er an e 10' 'J"',CUPPWIS SERvia
Al accorditill Culim e ."this sdx 1027A TAMPA, FLA.
misslo ecutivel, "i'dW leady ourn
Pen., t Wusy-. MA4, S53 Vlr
ools are, either
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FLORWA DISCOVERY Ben ed ,th k'ey to. t e city -by, ADRICENTENNIAL ayor, ,Burt Kreinburg.elhe"A FIESTA ..,royal -coach they will be S,
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Ar"Abi v O IhM! 1, 11 :escorted.to the parade at tbe U, U air Gro The 460th annlvers ry.of the Fiesta F unds. Authen4, 1 Tt"' discovery oflorU -be tic spamsh. co'stume's- will 'be heralded at PalmB y bythgq worn.. 7- .'biggest and elabora. e
fiesta,- ever beld It vill be Other fie' rx eventg include a iT brated Oct. 2 _2 pa ., 4 ,fish. fry Oct. cele 22, E rade beginning at 10- a.*i. Saturdayo Highllghting, the. events Will t6llowed Sitnday 'by, a homeT'
be dramatization of the.landmm- caoked Mexican '.dinner an ing-pf the Spanish.Royal'Fam.- au.cflon ofmiscellaneousitim at S he 4, 1 1 afid the ,noun I ceme I nt of
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fffubon4our 41, Thanks ar e due'to X ft dicated local
it one of the most At!, in r- 'group,.pjus a Seattle man name&.Gerald t: ro-, Horton' Bath. Mr. Bath WRS A Stddent ofidjos V ritt6ll abou qipr r', 0 grAm. to d, nish coloWal th Sp mes and had: b 01 om *d' the C lonial.,Wfllia
ghow. yoa, think offlori 4. as 0 msb'urg staff!.
Al- 6)
-1 he. Mr,'Bath bought. the mod ;4i# o4 alert iQ e,.:, an'old. placein St. Au- AA4110'r Wrf linion- III- the d' v h e .
j ings gus ine ich #ought might whieh Will ttr A-46qAstg been L a ld inm He was, hooked,., Re!s .t -6 rk ink V
'Certainly Florid 4i cA dq' m'o'r,& ,,wu -'and restoring.
bi g thaii anyb'd V to_ Ailg, stilie, wag Settled as.a:,fo'r'tIfied ig sprin TO. Y.- e St Aug"t
impprt-A '6 1, .axid-the Spaniard
ey ca _Olr s brought Urft4r'
nd teissemble.1h t !4!4, Ounk e':s. ones sb, yb, ae tip he, dit Wil 'arn' BARiain?,s "14
_'You were, ba-jP k in 610"Catt T avojs tall after the -S aius dpa h d' Ru-re, AIVW
d" _q e 9 'r gu3tjne:_ tq," 8t.!
T4Y a p om*, e j 'ofd t e -trail 66ni'St AUga en s p .an ma* ensac'
e:4,beT t S.
Ii i the, '6161f rom o a oi ong
t pai n;
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h .6Srt Florida St. Mgus lnb is',
eAmbn. el Ary Pi I c da url g the''s'", St Aug'us$,ihe i 1 19&fwa .,-Tri6ke mill s4ering fron doesn't capitur e-, s 6m"e. port'relty, id A I ,axf Q Ve"i ror, and 1 ary'-t i all 'bult4ral. 'ch h' b ngq ,, an, s in
it. t amean-Pic ur is in 4eafly t e'. runtin'g, WArs,, Ali t116 European _Pe W gjtg_' n K,
iper ill the q Powers
Yqq_ P OUTI ry. as e, as
7 and th6,-)Ell ad it 11
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T oUrlat& C(oWn to see
4 is ga
SP014P R4 11,#T e 11 1 While there, "d x vi, ences. of #6 'Eng- Fc
The, city 4pqkperson lit ."
We* ciiru4 vinterveg9tAbles fid If -Is Pq.rlP
hill dx In some"6:(thi old h6iises ,*the MILI ''ith e of J Anlnt4 1eft the'geat6st maik,,w th. b
the oldesicityd
Vals 1 C edr z eij ,tq kAild, Llpi .i* elty. "t 9 the old' f(ift iin& the dAthi -aL
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But intOpstli.igly. owgrea W. al histork thit, sai
e gkoAt cr againstloe )k A'i& 6 I'attraction, of. Them' '4 1 ,, hg_'s'b0-e'jf"'T0r'gqtteh 'therestoration.'hl, "b o long',in qb6m Ttial'."4 7
8. sen g IS A u4' ahdl nplairned ,ng J.:_- ther64doiln6L% 1 v!7
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it" it, Fv e d erica success I Niienin Viigln!A, h d- ipjij, Cfafif ortlia', t6n b6& Oileth AF qs, er
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t. A sen i-mfsslqnaxios 4z-'bilt ffoln& Ge4jlh and ., th re,
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But St 'A A-E the.,mainl;pjo ,
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gus in j a one-6 mos ix w.,
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"Oat th 3%6t Al E-11,973 S-12,532 A A dan, 4 oWn e'
oisonnel, I ith 4, 'att ing A he.L Tniop-3 Rs rat! -nd was, spenldi ig. ft ;nd of t e days init !sp 6 a,
dirc6 ifid fat the.., Ponce, e, on, idiiitratbj ., Adg sami al p h it m Ra ne j genep a0
jto ,'s rverall, th6i* 16AdW Augiustihe'& 400th, ATW-1 th4tJh6 Ab ,niu' niaf inniv, sary .., C f6116 Y, orporation,
p ply, L'i inekhaohibi6 so 6, -isi6ng w 'r Ox
thb_ .),Rather wit "bilbr Fo#"5b#ftiosg. iL 4Z
C-eclse c6iiftete this- -mbrnirg,,,.before'-,, !d 9--,bs of-tho Tr is
kroiV 'that -411chabi-'V. GaMaon di- a d' -td 04c 711
ON (AP-j The' e seoch
Tr6 mission of $ombre B11s.
iness sessions, included
do spo e, to t e group., ports, frorn-the Vloilda "PaJRRo,,efflarve, r, f -of D "St ibues"goin# Iack ;searching 'Tbr, He' -told o a, -expansion aso.- R.
a ,".n no, all,
rtli d al&iids t ive, assistant -LInni, d' iadd tYfq director 1." the. National; P k, 61d W69t for od ubJe6t,'h0 yea sj an lk
3 fidians. 9 ho F.,
.. Mo 'Christians of 26i0001 rvice In 1 rida:by- Robert b, Slaughter, gave bis'Lpl'aNtic 6
hi 6 S-quier, regionid chief- of, the Lvow 'M tLtne to-) 't t6 ic thli to- e 8__8 ViSlp, of:, ,nt lona .par sys
V .-hOel, was pub sho& in t es the oTes PIeted:44 bbbk Ir bj1put on Mi"ion lk6d in,'P] 4r t 06k 'Con ',is
Inost tecei eing. n X& a c. usot6, per, Fores hu U 'S t Service recrm ttatin b6 hg__, ..he sai& assistants thb- Xati 68k51 ago A'IfiI rary 'co t adinihi n ainiht,!,, qfforraa4 strq4.1
jje., Is now planning A nover, Ilorida' Mit6ri *ill; Ii6 tion tn&watee UOA." 40aiing,*1th ale, b T rid Act by ed' ku bqft(sd ounds; W o siom .9
,iii Inorids and said'th ould" is. planfied. to- bo' 4'.. omprebensiiyef: assistant, re'g'idnal director. of" tA
hi e St, h Y.Dnt esubjkt. bucrofilrd e U W, ecreatl0n.'L.-,; t1ba for the storv.- Jibra E ur a r,4_0 id












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OCT 38 2909

MAN OF THE WEEK

er as 'Man of the Week' in the Florida Magazine section of the Orlando Sentinel Sunday, September 12. Mr.
Wolfe has been a Director of Amerid 1924 The twTMarch 28, 1955.
The timely article recognizes Mr.
Wolfe's interest in the history of St.
h o g plot Augustine, the i t y he has called
toocd go S Ausine wa wo tyn the for werongckt; Sandt Domingo awi a1 a9 re G
tot ',~ make: u d home since 1917, which is celebrating he the
ere traaws he o d its 400th anniversary during 1965-66. t
1 o irf -a 9 His knowledge of early St. Augustinec is as detailed as :a history book He th th
nohas worked for years to restore part of his adopted home to its traditional
Dt bampa, wereA I. o ofene hncig d 1an, 0o this itaa crees f oskte Cu ud i f ae 5
Currently, Mr. Wolfe is Chairman of the Federal Quadricentennial Comto s mittee for St. Augustine and of the
n 0 1 nSt. Augustie isoc Restoration e p the wking h tise g, h and Preservation Commission. Both P s B aved ofre c n crgt 1877, ttr commission ';ii-Sing to restore STmpoa d a t e asp pn a t terj in parts of the oldest city in N o r th
Dma solins staff America to the way it looked in the
beginning. His civic posts are keepan Prser n00 4er rth di alof cean ing him especially occupied. 0 h
n ecessary devtlo mnt af ste ofatvt.Ex* hial sepr and 9 for
dd a n ni. f tu- LSS eaT mone Mr. Wolfe's construction business covers the South; in 1934 he organmero hba le edZay pr ized the Exchange Bank in St. Austans gustine, of which he has been President, Chairman of the B o a r d, and
the Director; later he organized banks in ef te sepmti Tampa Hastings a n d Palatka, Florida; in Ranch with 6,500 acres and 4,500 head
a agusol a op of b e e f cattle. In addition, he is President of the Board of Trustees
dto 11 cy. of Florida Southern College at Lake00n 1 1 u s ho ca ne land and is a former Mayor of St. a
d Includedpr n sh ia Augustine. gt



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An exhibit of paintiogs by lery of the Pan Amerean Ce Robert Camp, portraying te ter on St. George Street in the rt, coastline and fields of wht heart of the restoration area.
we once Spain's colony, a Admission is free, and the lorida, opens Friday in the Pan build is open seven days a Aterican Center in St. Aug s- :00 to 5:00 pim.
ftfa ewcn t rog Decemnber 18.
:4: e cn a title "The Land enende oee series of avants in the re oed" risee rone the oe Igia
constructed 18th century building express ed by St. Augustine' w abot that $t70o n
educated last September by top founder in his last letter before by illiam a

Ihe e mebe aa n
A Fleetd-be painor whi1 Fla






fug F. Mcean prsien guitmn Mrd Menan, upno
betee Ne ep o i N a a w an0 t0he program. Thp pad
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in Ots40t niesr ae- ue o pehti ek h hS n sh 1r .inoi6toP when p Btebrdon an dinitrie ar edaidStaAuustnenandifar t augu t p4e
OWigi n ut n h o caneelieeuwatwyumoja ymeicn tin 1ent ll beomn dote w 0t
sbpieche ar xolheae. ecnrstosf l riahvagftude hghtond wha m-at be. I
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Atlnt anSid the Sethern A n E
certin to ei he-r ryofing Keerasd tor lc'oe

Pa poe citie he a ve lecaneda an ohi
o a oroo hee dcmino an 'weai
fen d prey dramain aohfo xsigsrcueW
tweete end bitsh moolgt s fo a ao l Peu allr enerr cwhn o irer y so aPI.9OO0
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oto hee witho vipoled int'hnd anpt taoohbi.Q~
Wel it ens'er
residents. V64e
i Q-thouh of memers of he restoation in paid admissionss bee
Inedte eenmnto. ote' deswesy,"V 1Ri

Thesocal mpisomen 7 1--onandthy hve inllydecde even talking reached the sad oml :
c o o'Tecmmsin a ben:-a
of he egoeswaspeked a' rdiclos lvellat ehin aoutit
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ment anda soemnfedeal' !r sou n:wok isnow ompete et, remedou


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judge in acksonvile broke
t st f ourbewildred ctizen, retoraton ar
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up agangof wite ~oli 'M thecraf proram.prokess
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officers tM u.




O Ia1s -Donated




Restoration Comnission
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H. E. Wolfe, chairman of the Park, who is president of the find a way td activate this Stagtne R l o dape C cs Con





Th donation wlb ed to 0oiro e ore adHooltaon ef a b oilding on e pro h p calls fora ei a

o hte r ote r elo dee ce o aon fhe st e eai ~ ~ ~ ~ a ee, with,- prelee p








ein of Aenida M eketaona monse Sronnding th th e mlete rsoatn at t y ill o San oa ge g iaar a oaCh a ran Wroi e said

te eni of te cSto- e i f eg o naio and horow a Theconmiio app end e er is u ddoal to a e y pln a a o





Ton tru tion o i e hudi to- a conrac forthe coplei of a e Office lce d t he at wittd an aochiteutural Following a atdiddn practice T plan ai fi r an e. to. 'the niocet oraon thestora. Crft Programe nices s 1op, cet nk etio on s theen ne a e mt d pniue ofnea pa00 apes gee 110 ft~IiSe f cep e ~:rinnea .W:::~~ ~ : 1 ; etods-en:;












SIMS FA iL MAKES DON~A08d7 es nn on h a
family he sioney is il euec o rnd i t ohe o prot efint a r I r St e ed andh t e nrion aretoed ba ih at iea a Iean an-t e It olante acthat (Recorn o) Ae i Meneh e ther nl eoac Trroundn sheth ib plte resohtio th e a




ne a Castillo a San oarcos.eale u it nor i n retao 1ain i Ta esn a roved fneiln wth d warge moreor lte c r f t nT nde t fahe Thenitr onn the aim do-o inser spiogn tha toeooe fadn mm-tou opeedbidn







nat n an o a n spmn i s a Werned tet rogr s aa i do and 1come wol ace the os oalved in stt ring ulc t S e a t oration ects r














were: C arl eong n ohn
Following ~ ~ ~~ e a tnadprciet nd Whe co si. n rs alea a
sioChaermlaongresseActpnosfe



apation a mi slo w i









w ool d t n aap o e
fbo the commission ont ..1ta hi vc c n Wla L 'udn in h e ne elean ate























nissoth appitet an
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f ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ rni rOnnfapageninngorehesWene t h thaIU appohnt an

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RESTDRATIONCOPRTOTOPRHSPCTTPOPY
lohor arin pf phe ala o a n atn
lee nect~ ahrg coan Ce onltteSaet















a t happed# oaSrstanesrea ngha o lr-Clm h prpit
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By BIL FRlITTSI sennel10,Juy, 8,Lee, 6, ad Abe, 3. Hisj4 e I SAAOA-Itisn' evr day that a eanget te chane Droty
to ams abea e vemen








the week befosr e they arrivte soe secrty pfteopied i Sa d Suousth Ameia nan t ae and the soe rmIon an generallysmedy tions have a m restorm


cpeColine 'ere fet iep






mebut heneI wto a p taao the oma Johnsoerwa aakm hso a Str ugustme Th lr ap
th g hher wtno n s foo I t eemed aear "JHn so Rh ac en rih h aturt him the had Hnd P re s Thedom mune aol e







a chai red rombth th ie t ar yon whree Jheoes anvan Cflommsio Shesd progr, he lstappor to
f hm ago eh beend i ee aae and mas c P1 d







VHesad e ld'tsidt o uabhrd cH pr at the o en ao sovn tf Septembe On fatr
nee Lente in et uutie
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tel to geems are w be

a ec h s e s wd e se pe t ietn l tee s ns Sme h gm with eked tion Comrseo wch has e ced ap ym d r es aoi the sp he ew Iha taIn mes u s c i e ou ritheater h
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'Howemn Abou Tee Frerwt-tebgnn o h aen "u, esad I a
wee d am eele r e ld bt treee aeu He s s se
at sq c y utilth d dciedtha Iwa oe 1 asoeao connectpoed o wi t hsta ha areate ndancohe e$ t "H Hdl m phe don hnis back .1 an Iake mtoOlad Senine meud st oily th eanis o rmohrsucs any







oethe sam d eu akwsabu okl imadh o72 -s.'eahs nlecebtas h Thet ed on the b and when ffnshte Iethoght Frnh E h a Confederg leep cH said hea.t the fron, I ad t enedsl

ards,~~~~Crl Steele wen toe thed room ofb Sen Humht t0tyadteltehstrofS he ad e them dAsges to "netg A m t u
be Iahm t eldp hav e een & 8 th u











ap a fle ;a~d ededw na seeetr d rc'soda iyi n r u .o CI 1N C
an mevronies vomeymecrityn scou th afl~pjr manr 0 f thsoia a4Pn ol Oab rn coldtar n










ds te besgs oSen n te rs an h e*infcne.Wa eePeiete FIT neel aparn en prbeestbi























qne Hlenr cln adnutant genera fowonoeind iletnlgmnw ana a Ml an y w ofthe, "He y ans the be ct seu th oat w p m theton arie of bee adaintateinea thonteremd.reeied
have ef ersenand Isecomn d lumit without remervatao nationommbsson and incteasing the e of ee e s eca d teo ed throg e

s the o te nust b ec n the et C a i oeme he most of ma the ornl Aels ast wee ga donateo rt r e t F h












mIgtte f jeegt~ l k ahun o he sa.w s ceIPis ytecsPR I ssoC oetEy
n ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~rad SencledhadSe.(erg)eelhr n Sn Sesad










"4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~t logaAuagogt srthh ak ewa on oIi t AgsieaondfuptieSes ou th t put n d i s


Steles rd and w efo r idre there Ro conan2 d o m6o pr tl w11 lie badSotiteicn
"The wekbfr he avd e eurit depl

me eut el~ hitrcl t umsie
W t p enp en t eom Ideso w erakn pain tin me aam apleaoSnh leet ninht andl he wens tol Cam tuxeedaeo.at them Iudien~na itenibaebe righ wekhlt L R hvntta stled, hde ibdBuet aMainesae r r~*~en et Orad Sl r "yeaio whic enne ver seeow beenworede
ae e aenr aul en' sad w owhve pakdt en elar.e, eand.an aver aop aai andbr aelm e Irsrvto ean
4onsn' Ai Hut -ta prsr

"TeInewitn nhmhndadfo.I s e deio amga hsbepndr nmru uinseinu4 ?a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~e thoned 27s evrIIIsa rer drcino h S. adtuittae erato Commisseonan
nabl etne naeicuenh
It~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ menhmra od e a'enotmeig epeadsntrPoesi h ud
w 12:wrs"t u sie ti
shaking~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ead n ewstrdadhsbc uthm etnilPora.satdi












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__-m1s sn tr t: g et, isr re-, h.I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cep r. .aer as v1n St e n 1 ' '',


cst or ut I el to vote thm -e e ci 1
I ue. vei Is th city par g use ,
"' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h hoard :.- ,, I I -1
,,- 1 : 1 " . 1 . I % e enV N U N a n 0 0 p e r e o e i o f I E .; "I - : ,"

n, U 1. nnr T Avnd Hon 08. 1

e or, cen of the de ha I vo out ;


N, Ia1 Sena r' Ver, A. Pop I he $15,0 Inn


y ,sse aod I em haiz t th l I ",ea se o h He sai heth tol Edversr rura areas.0 _l ,,
Niso Cu be or 'she -- 1 iM I T ho r too no ac on en, us d ag n y th th p r p s L of th e C cy C oin- IT r 1 F, H i_-i a d_ m i s o t o g e t t h ps o p a s t, , j t ,
aerv on o no a ,ce ,or a m cipsi huilding ",
tabliob~~~~ ,n 5 r tha 'th Earl W' Hosooectv i

I:. tA ugu tvcatdv hy the Pos Offce
i ,could,, -rs fre Our $1
poes or sol to a loca gu --"F

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but in 1996 5 ittee etre ulinsi te tneOR






getting Nar hegat brood the svi
-~~~hat d toe give itagetgealdFr-ElCs
toetege -tl eW Sand edaros- nofferin


e d thrug o r Naton l d r Secea keeps.
nf i to a 'NhOdisinfe h nte nls ES
Chty topyoutakca e don ro Gegiaude tno

U ive 31 I ..S# trye Th on udbpt
1, 78 11 U eek ofsee O uld o~t cp ta

e ac e in#e il~eg ny fgr of OseolaiPrr
celeb aon, oEt.cm X visi akdneon Xan ook
which unti aAu h o g h aro a rdd y d s
ot~t "" EdowPtrua which i he


heydas Un ad de la 'CimttudoEnteinht


et s ge otea he ista 1 Soo th r dionoishiticlnr


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Uestimete



yd estration Corty e
lSndeSood
To fe ehaehadrtotta h ads of thetonmsso

every ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n maacihtuirhsro poe ito hth old"iet e b epse
tre ferinetiato. 0 e cnto te etoedbilmg it aS
Thiitis no to say tht some of teg co inth arauietes raon fteTor ac
structive ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r crzcs haAotiddtepr- cmisini piae& si


Everyca tonhssetisad"g
Wolfe ~ 'i~v has veiie ht h om ison of pheopla gantapriua hn h3 Jun

that wlbeue tohuevrosclea ch slac sesnODrnNmnh
turl xhiit an caf s the co msio hayb u rs buc eseeyhigse will~ ~ ~ ~ ~~W attmp toecuag rvt invest- to&olongsotloThnwekhr

misio ortersbiir o rorahtio agans th rstraio pogam W ma R ap oite
has been consplsted wh prcat h ed d aeh
etyhlbyte cm misio istx prpryblev n pilEiabt Tweso Jc n
ipet hl b hecr otio ove state orfdig agenc cont via Mossday tot hat Augag.
tax~~~~ i~soe exempt Directorn Earlem6 Ne- haelttetojsifbhe ie itoia






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,,11' J7ii ,- Commission is interested in securing the present post office, shown, for mu- ,. ne" Lliu I L Elliott, -Res- I amed cochai ; I
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.1, I 4 4 Newton, Executive director of the' -,-tiiiitk,,,'beautY and ytt prov ,-,,_, 1
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anip o sly-last night that it proval of It! e: I ciQ I ,L. ,ii- s ,it, :pqssi y can, in deSign-N L I ,. J.", I ?I cessful in the restoration of -"- 1, I , ie6pt, ji l I 11 : fo a it i- his- K:,.4,j,- s use iirai', ',
ant ,,Abe present post offi building 'wias7,des c ,i r) ,,.4 '. eoi1,Sr I= I es 'The final v9te- w6'&',,:unan ', ,, ,,%,r I M d'' 1? l
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ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA will celebrate its 400th Anniversary in 1965 as the oldest city in the United States. But for more than half of these 400 years Florida and St. Augustine were, like Mexico, New Granada, Peru and the other Spanish colonial dominions part of the Latin American world. And Florida, covering then the entire southeast portions of the North American continent, had common borders with Mexico.
The purpose of the Quadricentennial Celebration in 1965 will be to focus attention on the Hispanic origins of America, and to launch the development of the city as a great, symbolic INTER-AMERICAN CENTER. In appointing a special National Commission to undertake the work, President John F. Kennedy said:
"When I recall how Colonial Williamsburg has served so effectively as a symbol of the bond between English-speaking peoples on both sides of the Atlantic, I can see how valuable it will be to have a similar symbol of the cultural heritage which came to us from Hispanic-American sources.
This can be a most important new symbolic bond with our Latin-American neighbors to the south
as well as to Spain across the ocean."
To dramatize this symbolic cultural bridge between North, Central and South America, the State of Florida has launched a program to restore the ancient city to its colonial appearance as a great INTERAMERICAN CENTER, just as Williamsburg was restored. It is a 20-year, 20 million dollar program drawn from both private and governmental sources. But the first stage will be complete by 1965, including an exhibition area behind the old City Gates and wall and adjacent to the massive frowning ramparts of the Castillo de San Marcos. In 1963 President Lyndon Johnson dedicated the first buildings in this project in impressive ceremonies.
A second area has been set aside as the INTERNATIONAL AREA. Just off the bay front and including the historic Plaza, it will contain a series of permanent Exhibition Centers developed in the reconstructed colonial buildings themselves. Central to this area is the

PAN AMERICAN CENTER

The PAN AMERICA CENTER will offer to all the republics of Latin America the opportunity to present exhibits depicting the society and culture of their country. Flanking it to the north will be the individual exhibition buildings of certain of the Latin American nations. In the years to come it is expected that these will be supplemented by a variety of educational and cultural projects, including a University of the Americas--the whole comprising a great INTER-AMERICAN CENTER against the background of a fully restored Hispanic colonial city. Nowhere else in the western hemisphere can this meeting of civilizations of North and South America, in an authentic historic environment, be so fully dramatized and fulfilled.
Florida, as the tourist center of North America, is the pre-eminent spot where the peoples of North, Central and South America can establish a dialogue amongst themselves. More than thirteen million travelers each year pour into the Florida peninsula, each an eager candidate for entertainment and enlightenment. In the fascinating environment of a restored, walled colonial city-unique in America and wholly unfamiliar to them--the story of the development of Hispanic America can be told. The city can be, for these visitors, a window into the world of Latin America, and a showcase for its civilization. The image of each country can be projected here to the largest possible audience, either in its own exhibition building or through the Pan American Center.
On April 21, 1964, in ceremonies at the Pan American Union, Senator George Smathers presented to Ambassador Juan Bautista Lavalle, Chairman of the Council of the Organization of American States, and to Dr. Jose Antonio Mora, Secretary General, the official engrossed and illuminated invitation of the President's National Quadricentennial Commission, for cooperative action. A special Consultative Committee of the Pan American Union has been appointed by the Secretary General to work with the Commission in the development of the project.
On April 14, 1965, Pan American Day and the 75th Anniversary of the inter-American organization, the Pan American Center will be dedicated.
Chairman of the Committee for the project is United States Senator George A. Smathers, joined by Mr. Henry Ford, II, Mr. J. Peter Grace, Chancellor Edward Litchfield, and Mr. Juan Trippe. All have played an active and continuing role in Latin American affairs.





















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i xhapaciyin North wile Jean Ribautlt wan croon- gust of 1565 was dramatic, the men made terway Aiile twsfudeda half siog the Atlantic withsupplie The Indians watched from the ashore. Weary, hugry andise. t t ilgrisset for tCaroie, oP horewithwonderasapriest set by hos tie Indians,
fota h afower. a crossing also wth a 0o- emeged from one of the small Frenchimen staggerednorthI thhehistory of St. ~sdable armada of seme 19 boats holding a cross, they ward along the hoeh

miilgin teyear 153, The Spanissh sighted th advance of Don Pedro as he excue a darioglan. With
whi fn once de Le, Florida cost onSt Augus- cae with banners flyn, 50pcete emd i
gvror of Puerto tines Day, Auigust 28, 1565> trumpets sounding and cannao wy through swamps and
RdWleashoron the the very da hen Ribatilt's booing to lake formal pos- jage to Fo Caroline. UnIa-washed golden sand sips reached tie mouth n ession of the ltndmi the name drcvrof darkness and
soeesnear the present thelRivero 1a.mTe Spais of Spain5, and toneel in cele- drizzling rn, thse Spansh fell ciyo 4t Agustine. Among shipss cruised casutiously orth- brstion of the irtperish mess upon the fort. Only a ew of ea ots, on thne lonely wa eating the shore fo on Florda soil. the Frenclh easpd among
saddns e planted the a ign oft life. At the prsu Three days lateron a misty tham Jacques Leoyete
of Spin. siteo St. Augustine, the morning, the lipanis were artist who had skthdthe
Pon e Lonmaybhev ale to observe the harbor stagerd t he sight of tall imucn lain
b ee ing gld; he may and t e fm f ly r have sought, on P~eter Matrtyr nties thatt white mnan bad onthe Spanish 'dslswich men, walking insbahmt wrote, 1514, "a spryne of stldsm thirtymiles to tbe lay at anchr outside theesad th ictoripas Spnshna an runnynge water .. tha nort.Here Meneindentdecided ba.Sity Manendea oler- ine.T retydead maketh owld m en younge toestablishT hip base. But his ad ehoicales cut andu the ships their deaths gave a boody agacyne. But be bestowed up- abips sailed northward the neat maneuvered over the bare name to th place: Mamanzas.
oPld its flowery name1 day and in Wae afternoon con- Then. with sing hearts, the The Spanish peniamed Fort
anplaimed it forfSpain. fronted the surprised Fressth. Spanisb prepared, as beat they Caroline "Sian Mateo" and
Spi did little to establish The French ahipis, beied by could, for atakstlddw otebuilig o
thscli with sttleents uin- Menendez, replied with auda- Bu the attack never came. St Augsie
tlteyear 1564 when wod city, and the fled for the open A seeming miracle occurred. Th Idin, wapry of civilirece Ctoic King Philip sea. Mtenendez, temporarity Astron wind arose; a hurif- mation klled one hundreds thta groutpof FreenhHugue. foiled, saied southwar to es- caecaught the French ships Sipanirds in the first year of nos, Protestants, bad estab- tablis the Sipanich settlement and drove them southward settlement, sota Meedz lihe a setement called'"Fort of St. Augustine. He would toward Cpe Canaveral, Final- resolved to build afr n Crlisa" on the bnsof thne dead with the French later. ly, in a boiling surf that bat when this wa opee h
Rier of My (St. Johns)in Sipansph fet relativl safe. te Spnihland of Floridla.Mnne idinSanah Tiwas not to he tollerated; aeo 5
o French fort lay close. toBt within a few decades, teroute of the measure fleet thpe Spanish in Sit. Augustine
brngn gold from Mextco. faced a nlew enemy, the Enge daringFrench sailor, lish sea awkswho roame
Jean1Ribait hadhelpedestab- Spanishn Main to prey on tine lishT the fort. Ktng Pilip treasure fleet, In 1586, the promptly dispatchedl a man, settlers at St. Augustine learnonc cptain-generaslAof his ar- ad that Eingland and Spain mad but lately a prisoner, were at wa and tat Sir FranDo edrojuMenendez do Avi- cis Drake might beon his way lea, to Florida. Menendez was St ASuigustine.
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todeal with the Frenlhu- shar eyes found the Spashb guenots. He also was o- lo kout tw ere Anastasia
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when Juan Pnce de Leon Florida cast on St. ugus- came ith banner flying, 50 picked menhe made hi
Spanish. governor of uerto tine's Day, Augst 28, 1565, trumpet sounding and cannon ay through swamps an
Rio, alkd shoe n te he er da wen ibults oomngto ak foma po- ungesto or Caolne.Un ca ahd ode an hisrecedte otho ssio f h ln i henme dr oero drnesan
somewere nar te preent he Rier ofMay.The Sanis of Sain, nd t knee in ele- rizzlng rin, te Spnish ell 43 2:~ifl ciy f t Au usi e.A m ng sip c use c uto sl n l bjaton o t e istpais as u o t e or.Ony ew ofb
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EXHIBITS OF YESTERDAY

CASTILO DE SAN MARcos. A TREASURY STREET. Only six National Monument- Well feet wide, this is the narrowest preserved Spanish fort that street in the city.
played a major role in Spanish- PLAZA DE LA CONsTTruTION. English struggle for the South- The oldest public square in the east (1650-1750). One of the U.S., it was established in 15fort's bronze cannons, dated 98. Modeled after a 16th cen1737, is fired twice daily dr- tury Spaish colonial town, the ing the summer, at 0:45 a.m. church, market and governor's and 3:30 p.m. Admission 250. palace face the park.
Castllo de San Marcos OLDEST WOODEN SCHOOL CATHEDRAL OF ST. AUGUSTINE.
S.HousE. This is the only re- Work began n this church in Thus it came about that St. Moultrie in South Carolina g 1th century wooden 1793 when the Spnish returnGeorge Street, once the Clle where he died at 34. structure in the city. It was ed to the city and found their
Real, became a rendezvous for During the Civil War St. ed asa school ut the Catholic Church ins
Greeks, Italians, Minorcans, Augustine was occupied by fie of the Aericas Revolu- GovuCot's PCu ACE. Spans
English, Scotch, and adventur- Union forces, but before they tion. It is open 95 daily. Ad- Governor Menendez de Canzo
ers from many other lands landed, women cut down the It is open 9-5 dy. Ad- Governor Mende de Ca
mssson. bui s hoe her d It 1781 Spain recaptured pole in the plaza so that the built his home here during
Pensacola, and forced, in Union standard could not fly. GATes. Te Spa buit the 17th
1783, an exchange of Florida The aftermath of the Civil an earth wall around St. Aug- PONCE DE, LEON HOTEL. Said forWar brought many visitors and ustine in the early 1700s. The to be one of the finest examthe Spanish flag flew over th newresidents into Florida One stone pillars were built around ples of Spanish Renaissance Castillo nce again the Span- of these was Henry Morrison 1804, replacing the earlier architecture in America. It wa ish began to build-a cathe- Flagler who came to St. Au- wooden gatewa. These piam bltby Henry Flaglerin 1885.
have been copied and mark OWST MOUSE. dral, a treasury building, a gustine during the winter of OLDEST HOUSE. Archaeologicfew homesMost of the San 1883-84, and promptly fell un- Poweral research shows continuous Augusinos now were Mino der the spell of the sunny city, Plaoccupancy of this site from the cans, a gay people who loved with it narrow streets and early 1600's to the present day.
music and dancing, the women horse-drawn carriages. This house was built in the noted for their beauty and Flagler saw vast possibilities ashes of a crude palm thatch grace, the men for their charm. in Florida. Almost at once he and wood structure Admission.
The second Spanish period began the construction of a ZORAYDA CASTLE. A replica of was short. In 1819, Spain ced-. fabulous hotel, the Ponce de Spain's famous palace 'he ed Florida to the new United Leon, which opened on Janu .ambra, i cntan treaStates of America. ary 10, 1888. At the same ures from the world-over. Op
But Florida was not yet a t he purchased several an daily 9-5. Admission.
peaceful ste When the Uni- The Standard Oil million- MiSSION oF NomBRED DIos.
ted Sates took Florida a plan aire was a man of force and The rustic alter stands on the was ae to me the Semi on 8 ,Ma E te wh t MpuMdnus wasd et n vision. Theltorida Et alto where the first parish mess X4l w a M of the
o Railway whih he bega in of the new world was offered
Indin refed to go, and ot Augustine, was to run in 1565 by Father Lopez de

thwi cfeun er leader, across the water to Key West. ST. GEORoS STREET. The oldThe Seminole War which Flagle left the imprint of est street in America today FOUNTAN OF Y A meiTh e SeminoleWar which began in 1835 brought officers his wealth and imagination up- houses more historical monu- moral park, said to be the first and troops to St. Augstine on St Augustine more than ments than any other. Private landing place of Ponce de Leto enliven the Ancient upon any other loida city etred homes as well as those n, offers beautiful gardens,
The Castillo wa to be the His remains e in the copper- open to the public line both Indian burial grounds, world c of one final dramain the domed Presbyterian Memorial sides of the street. globe and planetarium. Admisscene of one final dramaCinrthe
city's colorful history. Church, one of the most beau- Mu o YES Y' sion is charged.

yong 183, Osceola and a Vi s. Roriquez -Av ero-Sanyounog che House, built inthe 1700's or i ld Ca 1 wer ; sap- nowA hous displays of toys heeor dCt, w eet to e Pone deeon from yesteryear. it is open near St whie lmay St. Augustine



a mall cold room with one echoes of vanished footsteps- Open daily. Admission. narrow window high above the Spanish, English, Minorcan, SPANISH TREASURy. One of the floor. Coaccoochee made his Greek, Italian, Confederate, best examples of early archiescape, but the proud leader, Union, Seminole. This narrow lecture, it was the home of Osceola, was left behind to street holds more of interna- the Spanish Provincial Treassicken in body and heart. At tonal and domestic history urer. It is open 9 to 5, weeklast he wan moved to ort than any other U.S spot. days, Admsin.
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