Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Scrap Book No. 4, 1965-1968

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Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Scrap Book No. 4, 1965-1968
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Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Scrap Books
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Saint Augustine (Fla.)
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Note: The Historic St. Augustine Scrap Books were composed by Rita ("Cookie") O'Brien, who was on staff

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University of Florida
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COMMEMORATIVE STAMPS
Spain and the United States will each issue special postage stamps to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the settlement of Florida by Spain.
The American version will appear first, on August 28, with appropriate ceremonies at St. Augustine, Florida, where Spaniards, in 1565, founded the oldest permanent settlement in what is now continentAl United States. U.S. Assistant Postmaster General Tyler Abell will represent the Post Office Department, While the Spanish Ambassador and other officials will represent their nation.
Though the date of issue of the Spanish commemorgtive stamp has not yet been announced, U.S. Postmaster General John A. Gronouski has indicated that a duplicate of the American design has already been forwarded to Madrid at the request of the Spanish Government.
The new American five cent stamp was designed by Brook Temple, a Manhattan artist, who also designed the Magna Carta stamp.

"THE CROSS AND THE SWORD"
As part of the 400th anniversary celebration of St. Augustine, which was established by Spaniards, the symphonic drama, "The Cross and the Sword" is being presented nightly, except Fridays, to September 7, 1965.
This dramatic presentation is part of a series of events preceding St. Augustine's official quadricentennial celebration, which begins on September 8, and is expected to attract many visitors not only from the United States but from all over the world.








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ManL iati6n,,;',of'-Whit' dny of the overhmeht Hb deleg .; es. PP and state law4 ,Ibrifor ement
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inbrati6nof th 40kh A kp, th 400 c plialce W1"th thec., civil. rig P
'Q niversary of Florida: Th 1fiditi,,'
law', qornodat ons. t-embe CV t ": " L -1, er l lsurjui Was-, in Minneapou, el isa t the,'1h6"nqe of., Spiv
,4" teiiding,' e nation, governor Gordon, director of- CORE' 111 : Gi6vernmnt H6usellhas'ji e z, ;seriorl
conference- and ''hi IdOegatioii Qfflncy,, the'me-eting lwas,'0096& thI6 veriter of gov.6rn*e t,., jr
director to n6W en 'd t e eailipst,. dhys,,d6wh t6 th-Vernoll Sikes,- 7 Farraer sai atf prq erii. ..severa imes
66i mee e uilt :,- I t 1 n" tjng h't th; e press,,conference later I" do j," I f) and % 1he- Spanis owal, pe'rio
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'101' d nd, A s 5 1 s hce P,- i 0 '1 aqn reoest met- t' 10141"% 1 r he,, weeke a, r.eqep ive eai c6nst, d,
egrI .jjejji an 4,asi.. rue e o ::coquinaaaft
"d'p c 4 ,ii, 6fidoisibg Charles Wilson:j,,, 4 ndthree -,inicrophonbsi- d 6L I "'I'll 1 1. 1 1 the rredt-fire Of I emn mias j 702i ai 'N'I 'St" ad'. even
-:Th p r 'barrage-' 'of telpOsion lights -9 ;prpgrai s,:, ga ai q y Y6ni re deL 10 "13 11!St'1'.' ug 400th I afinive; v d ey"I
It subs'
,sQn e ix,,,reques ariper 'CORE, 46ukh.'re ui warhed that
44 iards IIs aq a q_ 1'6 v it ie --an .; er
-. .Open all, voter registrar 4PT woUld-continU6 dorn6ifi trating.hr. I th can4 ..,portio4s.-of th 0 of e, rp A'Frio qk, romAhe St. Au ri nal de egatiot s in Florida.fr6m: 0".A.hi. too Florida strqets -as long asSLI 8 n -It da11 W d serves'.to 'd 1" "gust 1'qw, p tlie meet- a I a d t hrea
5, p,,M, a y except Sun ay, hi 1 was nee e p, tpp, LLL The, CAt C, L Areh:
em, wear --MoKe cooperation, be-tweerfz 'dowiiracial carries as th, Uited Staf6s Tost h, OffiCeL' f ch" -to, lice, b th X did Ithe'-St4ie EC01161ilic ",We'- don't like e PoStI-'Offke, will Ves,.,qn t e city s nd individu W bul
L' JPU 'L,,rpL,( 4 R9 [9iistrate',":_ shortly jjovts.;tQ.,;. ,. I I L 1, Oe derr saidj u .we -a., -ne 1 VL
0 verBAry a, oag, flip
&at&., Atte'nOihg from ;here G9vern ent e r, L C o'jj encies, and,-,organ: t* will aslong as -cess U'.' xsleasiDg,,, fhe, .IP iza ion& s ek-' i js;,ne Mal tijW
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i1w6te"'Mr. i and' 'Mrs.' Allison. An -m6ke!-tbe Edonomi: -Dp'- :Demonstratio ded House as',4 hist6ii id6e.
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"H 'Di ,'Fred Whiti-PY. pprtqn ty'
Work; up Also- app, opriately'tb' a IU. fed 6 itd o
wiII I,. h I I 1 Irs, T s ' '-' "I 'p _,,said, h-466t; that CORE State's Government Day, visi h slte 0 r i-t 13 Is P^e
S4 411. -te 614,to e new is:as, o ow has n plans to resum, p, den on Ise the U by L the -there -,To
ne,, SI stalled W1111 The 'City.-- -of Sti- strations, in St .Avig euni e* its in week I Burhs wa d 14atio 4' Servi in. the Florida "ThI6' Na r: rnq
ons-, ,, (51d6st city, will ,cble- CORE'leaderq And 06s that Castillo '46 an Wcos, an in. bs N, t the restored City G6te 0cwpuld hot.toerate any r- spep
undredth birth qk 'Ionk-ratt n in St. Aii- ind-, reco 4triicted,, t walls. 56pt ifieI 10 inber 21 190 _44
qIsone I t 6r4, ;qere any, he Aii"t-29th and' willi. be I V s- e State I'of Florida. ",I Uyr ,!,prq WHEREA&- 41 4'. 0 61 d in solh
i ,Thb City 'of St.
1 1 1 "1 1 1" I 1- .:. hqI e 10 The :IState Restoriation Co'
'AligUstl:ne,,,,,,,,th6, , i olin y 0 ardsineii there mmis
a t i, I. ill, on, the, 29ifi, ",Open" 4 Jp oul n e. o in ti e' le qp,
,bf FIcT.j.,da," d 1. f Sion: 1.w -the' any Real, tlkepl ,SpahoI the 6iist'
the' -Viii ed-,,States,7GoY rators Ao walk. arCient 06110.
t'l -nar edby.'ihe En
'Farmer reviewed 'CORE 4,6'; ish 'stre, 9 eIe in tpe presse 'an
navp-,e.x 'their ? j f
I sh'as gt.' ,Geoige -Street. Lined 1,4 c a
'-'the 1 '. Qujadricent6iirtlaf St.. ties, over, the, past e' a vi, th 'ie 6.red a d nstruetbd kFr h e, "Au'gus e I'thru special grants, ifig 'CORE chan&d the wl
Span js4, 'uildink t el a tea, Tvill ter prpciioe's of prejudiced people, an ,ttirewL Vll exhibits, a d various, bther ..d. be ,' ch lstehedL "'San
1 ai but not, -their preju icesWHEREA Support for the ntigua.
gi es
San,,A&Estin Apt*. F 4nce epration, of', the' nation!s Old- a d should,,Lhbt,: tA6 t pand steadily throughout
'Clty.7SL, irthday has_ also been, -ti' he, en- !"orn
-e st b- cbn fortiii,1t be'c'a se wc:ar_ ,be tire colonial city, ovevfh-e'" 'e"ar's' ie carr; t
lx, ceiveci yfrorn many foreign he a ProugP' e. i'ret6- t6',,Neptcmbsr 'eAfon'), J'ob,,_are' 0 come, -as t rn di'scrimifia A, ii'ch- s' S I d D d.-, P in,, Mex-, prdep, ct-h e I q', q a wf ey, Vs6ue iip6ve nd s'
any Ro' 41"IS p reat ,_Britaifi,'-and m :Eormajly
U.-fl _erie'' L U ()U eafeCj on L LT -- tl& ,, 1, TT','
inandSotifli'Am an coun-, that e i"'5 h St
th n, "6d some .40'N t 1"'I '-. L d' "'Er chiding the Organiza't IS, e jqin
n- cgrq Ribera' L"H on nn ia qs'l,
'les""I Ouse, a r cohstru6ted,
th "hit er,, n w 1 e,.,,,me
States; and a In; --ikomen' and v1sionof "Nati oninu I L ildren Who 1,had 'be&A'pi'cketii"
Wdit I IEAI S I zens, 'ot P9 public.
thei, 'Capi ol"for WoIours.. the',
46" tl L nedy'an a, opi ,t 0 6 t -City 1dve, IS lit ugus
'gbn j qa P'o ifi1-.t1ieiren d'c av.ors, t 3 tb k "tt A ThW Sa Fy orpq a p4,.ndje tfi6,_ JI"
_,36I.Pr6serif"to 'the 6nti e; "W'09d I e Izew F,16rid X
a, hibiti 'Centel- W J
St 3 n iona Lia
_:ue 7pe ure o ugutine' I s,,,oi ne e r y hationa -A peq s,,oi
de' icate4 by ,t "I I __" 111-'l-T-t',Jn,,15Wand ls ,tcday' by ate,,- officisv1s.,', I,'In I I h)
Ul ding will, e, -leas- N 6%,ml. tbeiii this b p
i clud 8 ain Abd-,Lt r 41 u t e Itxhibit, 'a" d'
14 466ostruction oi bull4fiigs Ih -1 a pdn-' of at', the. tiriiire'! of' IS ,kold' fislied, u but-6fla"S"!;t y, ere, , 1" k L S - -'Sun en, pani6
ng, p6ci dAma _1 % 'I- fesd and,, stivitle% 'As wvt2r, 'Floriqa -cVast"L 2:L'nd-, n--o
;a 'nd otfhier: ;I,, iv in,,,-,the Is otivitie's j," '- issuance:I'of thd 4a own6rokip,,of, tfiI e
0, T ER FORE.- Be'it,,,re-, 31st W I' be
W": oived he, Florida Jumor- M-335,739 Miami Herald S-401,919 j
4 1 r th r atr t A Ameri' hi
thi ean, Day, whe of_ -q
Chamber'of'Cor orses :ficials',,'of the 'org centennial -'and "y' of anization -of he _t,
'Anie ic n States will'christen the
AUG 2. 1065 ty, Vjf;j e ne wly onstruc te& Pan, Ameriall
OIdP C r,,, irr ener incorporated in. the, 'Tciof, its .406th-birthday-. stor d createa
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even
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ps ,3ucn as eXI n,: 1W exlCo,,rerw,
Ju Busy ikifto, is 'r
to Y nti
I" DILE00, CAIAPO"IA Ralel Al
of histoiy ftom PhIke", '"o SpeakinIg, biggest.,-days iii, St. Ati.gustine's"' rth
Qii'adr "tgn'ninj rf-] j,_, is qm!ng i4p e t. 4- Uri panic
Ivid a Wh an thel.po nd, W qnqI the Hi paihiq a len tz t a s '-a
AUG 3 t 1965 t 'Wl" ifi, to Lrthe soathof'Ihe Pan' circums ate, ptif I .11- 1, 1, ;- 'I
face 4uW biVbk-; who t th '
on s k_1 enTer ancLjus thi el 1 Wth, its Yfi gt
here', 5d e 6" W-ing.! eI ins for -Bur ine's Spanish PsVillon, 'wi e oI t at, day will
cate4,Tn eil'd
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assisf kiile'W.: Newtop, tl W '&raniatic' Statue of, Q 6 irv, a
utive dir isa b,_ 4,' h e eonqtj W, aevera IL
e0tor.of the St;"AugUtine w o be'gAnAh
Sqf. thc"1.Ne* -World. in, behalf of coniplete t 6 whole sh-ab. -":"; (History buftsf vi i . HIP L ang,
k6ow, him as former,, i t' of PaM B cch d',rec or Old
cials see an- fitire 'A
St&bri-dge Vi age Younder' -of ther :o'n" 8'( t" "b" or,
meric pai F A an'Heritage,) e ica e; e reservk'lons Yi
k-e 'Wo"00,0
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till i bed' *s; c6incW64ith the eight I'L lid
er i g 't' th6:fir t b6llss in ed in her Walls? co4uina bloi inches 1hi k 'be one i e is a :wAll; of I pAng, y CL '. may 'apse, ns ar
ce e rated.' at Ahe i6ftide joint fA116,bridk-bac'km of:,five-d1'ffer6,-nt widths'And of A
The. Spanish pyernment rr
r c 0 def-: Igo, up, walls into 0A 'h
-:cbil-. building the'Casadel Hida w ch, I ey' are 30 dif erent 'leng hs., for a.'total
'k I I ossi one.,
aw arco velitte. --nowWWerected on St. George anchored, -of: 300 Afff kt -p t
emorate,,,the' st-streetis agood. ekampl of how The cuitin'g. Of' co-quina is a' sizes.
,,,this oldes ciyAncoquina slow, delicate o''perationj said Sides. pointed out' that;,ohly.50,
t' -has. been traditionafty.
ago fi n' t job 'sppd'rinte'nd6ni,,',jim,,Side'S. per'cent -of th
a ':of" the Th sto 'a-- soft- and-, jftak s ersj hichm a
roximate sit' to -A 6,e
X pro ess' reserved pieviously e Ae 11 w F be ap
nt b e our, ee 0, been. expos'd; in length and 'over
.16, gran'ite afid'm ar 6- e easily.u il-it;
to the. elemeritg- for 'a ' *hile "' big is usable.. gome are like: of, the''church :will has been; importle'd 'to' cut the I an egj a ton theinsie I _'h' d ni toar e c6'n'c e e4ike W !In a ej. A triple-.Wire ban saw,
o plete .'at I this dit' storie. d '- Then it thers g obi of, clA '-arefolufid I -IT'' I i .., .., 1 i , so i ari y. o a
ss-j_ as-, I ,WAS" pu brought.-from Tennessee 'slides I'd 't
The bod&rs -are brotiglit to and sbimetimeslarge shells f4m sal th4 bo of .coq
-'for u uiiia :like n' h6llo; ;-fliWs in the stone.
tas a Island, c .o .: a, ore.' t e ,, I I
sweeping Ibffs; 'of brdaa 'into platters of
-0011 on rail-'a. And-,'to ikedinto Used:, this way, e.Oqtiina, com-. f inches" thick
a. coauina, aAse', rock- our or. eig .-place under
11 I 1 11 1, ; - he pares: in co tjo limestone said
4hi Quadriddntennial. _, This. sa'w, is located on. Anast-Sfi, Is,' whole b'
,,unit lowerg,'an Ogins Avant,:who added that'thestrlichufth psearc a a and Across from the
the cutting 6 i t- is'.ab'outthe same near amp atre. ptrat on 'with, th e. tural c apaci v
c.; tr u'et'bd hithe n et o S.,
_6f"Ljb tto ' '' s i e, l ck 'h four inch thic P, a coner
gteel., T 6 knesses are -win.''not, I I .
'1'.: d But Sides pointe&out t atThe steel ab es h 'be' I d as venee
eeted imthesame strict y. use r while the
the j66.'b -themselVes..Jfiqy. reo. yond-th6Ao ality v&ie ico'quina t9 vof Ahe 4our .mtl_, Oight inch., blocks :connect. with uke a caiborun bj' 've is found (approxin atelyjr6ni
",o h all t tfi- q dum-a rasi
e' n't 'the
vesti f the brick' back-up w o e er or-m- here's6uth toDay.to oesn't iiferiaI:wfiich,'in powd" f na). it,
-in' St. A _' -t Aituct e.T e't percentof.Ahe in
ur Augus ur w,
Okoo_ h 'any' po t btiRdin is shot int6Ahe threet-ti "mixed. ave g.. na, or one in every fi, ts; ten ial; is:
Cjj L anniversary. ve I
-hiph'keeps the. dab. a 0 6 with''yiiter ',w I t k1V e,-,'Cfiukch ind4here- blocks are in, contact with this les cool.
& Jekure; -the sym- bick-up.wall,.'
SIMP J_ About'10 000'gallons of wa er 77 "M
:, qge wlth the I After, being, sliced the slabs,
is used ,e'v-ery' ,.,86Y 011 7 Tqderii de@ n 'ihd are. sized into flve, different
'16 ra r4n width& -with. a. wheel saw. powder tK
'J U,* bygone
rushes thj 6ugli, t4- :6uts and to- M f'-coqtuna'rock as, th6. %,The process really begins at
1 "0 loose slidli,,which
ng. the ,,'Lehigh Portland Cement g0her; with th
f6i, ofAhe ',buildi ults, IS_ fIf hi h,, S el
re red t oug a ene s-of Iliese sfruc- Company quarries, at .. Flagler
separaiiori'process The abrasive v fil $ _" elationhip, exa t6i6 where. boulders., of hard- TT,
dnIse coquina ened shellare cnt.asid6 its re- is loosi& from the, shell a ed agal, Oot:.of 400 Pounds' used e Anqien s' h collecdo
with, the fqse, in,,.te I n of loose
er '169L
h" y 100 pounds -is
ape o our age.. shell for- the making of concrete. til, I I ILW. th& secu"6' -a' f t 'i, % This.is the oiily 4jr* v. in
e axl YPac.,.-- .Bolilderi -,are:_usually of the,
live xffereh
art of the"6ogn ry, says d4 We.vith. a" na-, two" "or three thousand pound. this- P1
Sides. Avant: said:,that it -will C ciumlb6nding Variety, 'but a 10,000:pOind hunk
wire ptdbably'be 'sold for, use in usedLf6r the first of coquina has seen' the
a ,of, con knives here Florida, Keys 'after. the Auchter Company. is finiihed -'here. "That i,-,' r itional style of coi, Architecture. .,The t ad
is,:, unless somebody in St. today, re- quina is A hand chopped, 'rough'. "use o coquii
i;; ake v hexi ffib- Spanish hewn block of rather irregular Augustine area,'is interested -in.,, buying it for more coquina cut,A;,9 -dWellings and "for- size. "The only thing,,thatwe're ting.
ha ot:thestone ing new is that were cutting After the boulders"ai6 sectchfer, construction it to accurate dementions," said, iy Y'Rf4acksoiiviI16 which Willia si ed in a- wheel m AvAhf, Votive Churph 10I saw in.which, either' a diamond, engineer And: vie
e specifica'- project e e prem
of or a. steel:bla
d,,A6*n1 by th6,,Axchi- ident the,,Auchter Company. idbls usid pliis jh Ure o a rAs Vea
same. mixt, f 1, -fid of-Eiig nb, F. Avant had, to design. every
-,Boston 'ha er.,
of spioneer piece of the several thousand Wat 4 'conte"nipor- at The diamond blAde. is used' to
he irst ones which are gbing into the
cut the, four'-in6 ',bIo6k9--i&ie coquina_ 'w, lls. A set..of drawings of the
,be cut-in e' in th steel blade' is, used: "on' the th ooth,- s alls with, the
-inch thk ses. Th
eight kne6' ef"* different si stolies tbat'WiHbe x ;W
ace' 1M'E;h
mond blade tts the thinner nu- needed is kept at th Anastasia, os -prominent,%mo e pieces faster butwill n6t 66tthe parish, occupation,- the Island cutting site and'another
thickerpieces
atco, Is, Also set on San
n. arco Avehue,. The
JU the San Marco, AvontI6 site ekample f c tting 9chedble, is d t n"N' the blocks are, cift to 941'1 Ot e,,in the tra- bywhat sizes'Ahe masons 'need
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-Mile s *111 ofliciallyopen the
QftA4,1cpntmin1a1 Year. on
Je1jt.,,4 *hen a five-;day Program, egIns.
jorrner., ou will 'inchide ynre Dn eL w'heel S.Of hreworks.
tl be,. sized, ;102ttly
4;n1sh 'dancing. and singing,
.4,pla aLn oudoor restaurant
peryIng, Spanim foods Mra I& rr
beverage gar, DecqrateId. t 15., T96 4noths,'conces I d
sph an 4, and
If."larf IhSplayg will 11n& St..'
frdnx the City Gate
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WIT2 dr- ,ry, 14' the _musica, e. Aur Near y? forty booths, 'd d Th PpInTeniorktiot, 6,4. St.i sIbMin" t!prnsan ecorafions 'fr6in rRma"ICyoss and Swo d
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stifiq'a ,.AOOth birthday will,,be., ih" len Paul Gr -rehtly everything from Spaiilsh, llpye V, P, P
highlight, by:, t -e aycee ties : d foods I along 'VOth" 111ticolI oth frami a 'asi ',pinita, to V, ga G n any 4' 4j eselited 8 x nights- a, aD
411 ay paiA 16bratidm "H
er --it the iib r St, Augustihe ce and, rin 4111, line S G
e:"- ov rn-. I. I eo ge, uge -,-gatos- rwel( bwifig Ope-!' J*r" of-inieriI f
"V L",,' year-5 ,,ffe'a'ta 'be A je n o'' 1, wil
1 '4i5h&ai'Alqnsqg P94"'Wil ese wl I ,Penti.Q As P b Se We" %day. 'evept,., dgi n ing,
I I re' '-or ellow
't he ild-l", .l lpdinted eithe n of the tWO L36ptember'4th and. contizi
"'ca in't .,E
0-0 b 'for II q to,' ilia
will max jim, size I:
iiing t rb i Wednes ay,,.,,,s r a,
-N A de-- _ep7,
tlne Ubist&,Ma 'e 'F' 1n. additigni theT.
400th L Th ef 1 '. il , . 'th h j d
Jrj6 laid the, RornOr e ayeee m6r fighting
n- 14 I be dedora, v.
It%, t Afilo yvi auging 1-11 ower': or ri -ga 10 s of un er directi6n ,ocelebt The Jay W1'11, 6M iallT Ilowers, and balloons or fl K- h ags. ing will bo,:a h]g'hlig t ''OfL
111 Sir
"D I Spain". Sepieffiber 'ieIs; thi's and-will VeO 'the, 'JAftees-, extend--, .an 1. Vvita'-' e.. per L', 0
'Au ust , 1 11 ith 61orfut 6' t Ath coni eat ni t ,d Oy d and, opph, 'lot 'S Ig the A 6 'd e tMbOr,,13 di PTUC 5BLun tion o- organi-iatiots in t]a6 w-A Sti Geor treet; pftfticipa'e in- es- P-ele ration. eitt4 Th",
Oteffibdr J,5 e m inis
-;,,pan?.s _a ng sin gin h' h' d nei an you may do,.: g a., s..,J)y res.erv "E" sdaY.j. Septeyfiber ,
HI be a6companied oy 'a ide k,' troiipeg f ;
_Iof other% t bv(varibus perforinin 3ng, space or a, iesbi.; booth L minis erg
6 tertajners'will'be feAt ured' ev- F01._ L further infprni atlo'n b tact t. orge, e _,t '1i S P anish, government 6fficWs ii
well as Spanish ambassaiorlbe era tinies,.,nightly'. 'In' additf6h Jayceff_ booth, chAiiin- A1,11ion: p'ark-in' g At 6 k w h e fe a spedfa''
trdllm-g, Tnusidian's willr, *.',O', A4i&g-W at_9-562 6. ea ke-cuttmg
-Marqtfes de merrydel.'Yal, and n rd-evening b6ginning,,atl P. E t -c
'nimbers of'the embassy. j W1 1. I oc t e, aycfee s ear .'contest to-be, jAut -pep 4ca, Of, theL as -. ; .11 1, _-M ar&"q Pte, si new. Spanish,
the, 9 :set pieces'A 'ith"the_,bRy SW,
Vatiwfal (jUa&i' -bnt6nAii:f 'Cdm Tirework epicting. Wdjn _.cjonjunctlon., .w.
t1iI 'history. .,ofSt..,Ai1guAine. Will ilnSj ain:' Osta ,Len'gi ls 'of:no ieni A will ,Mdssion -is Foreigh Minister an :con ain.1,4 :be: .:'s'een; eaph impi6it4ndlel,-judging -will bebas 'dastf6lla, and its- secreta'ry is albhg!p tiirej_ i!ed on Ahe' Ah6st'. authbh ic: look- .,. b preseiit d Auring thLs, im*
Dkel&&'Oeheral 4 N rtli A 'in 6r-', 'heard.: tat e 06,!., Sirdet house' Spanish, type Ther I e sivi .', cer6n6i .
ic'-ahAffairs Ang6l S z, wh6 s&ckl ,,,6ihfbits, ilueh;' as' rare :ig- a 'one'- .hund:red. 'dolla' 'Preside Ash' e L r:, and, "Po"
r', first 11
-will, be with'the de eg ti d ar riz -send niel, Os 66Gsk and, re, t 'displays e. Td enter your na er, :ing t6 St.'Augustlne. shell collections; The lot And to Nbel
ec e of ',Halmly, fipin FIorida,-mTilj b aTn prese&ly unceftain' United Na- guIb ts Preseb xt to the Salaiav V' 863, Anast sia B6ulevAr.d. -.1,dist- isbd Ai ns 1comin't -nts It is", not e :RU 0 "il,
me ra ions wa tons is conI "'' t, diq Y. t eet: &co t s is in arge, ,6f' o
1known whether the-ioreign mfil' The L St. J61ins, Countk, ore'hid.,-:6f1ieta hg hts *ith
col I red cutting, ceilemo Y
is(er will be ableto Actompaby grov ,Prs will ,useAhc'i-bott6m floor and yelloivaniien. i n' 11xed Whitley Od, ansion for..Afleni h of. the two A on; 81 -: of 1V b1b 4, arp, Ibo. 66 xnen
the delegation t6: Augustine. Of P,;'Sala.A V
Constrtibti6n of, 'the' "'CasEt &1 41 In' couA d' -orge. fta'nqlng_, ower b6skefo Da I S"alft fie jh,
Hidalgo"-thd., Spanish avilion niah idn, will lizie both sides of the' street.,
*ill,, operate -a
nearifig co'mp, under Q.,. eT-- These k
-: Akj pts_ re. being -ipadb -e t b" 1-the Ja ive Chib.,lan- In
he supervision of,"MAdild Ar- o7ag gar,.I 6 s ";*',4 'ever,4 bo Y i biig
chitbei -Javier, Batioso. Ac q.Kd- Gainesyffle SLin
Ir I Ig to. E'at. le W. Ne wtom 0, E- 16,304
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tor of;Ae"mestoration'; cbrnmis7i
sion, docuirI6nts were received
,,Lt., General Alo sq_ ega' as SO t6iday coverig: the shipmeiif- AUG 2 6 1985 ee I both, h I 4 e hibff --6t't f=4 ti&':iA
and-'Cafia
as Taft-'en 'an ary., f6r the 'Slianisfi Pavfti6n, which c issue I entica
Id to Aftive4n.jack- ja
r -'d St
as'-i1nderI MP I 1.. 1. I -5 i ommemora ing t1he: j both' ,o gonvUle August 15th. 'Seii6i Bar- tAffiN f, "7
r xosol -will arrive the laii,'-weI t. wrendd e wa
and,, -Aiieot6i -6- S y.
S a S e xz iqq 4ho
1he, Gqarqia 'Citril, An August t lee 0- Jh 196ilhe U.S;;W'utod 15
-: Cliiiirn Afitokhe Co Ir t '-f the .furhishfngs To onor the400th.I 'L .'1 -114- L -_f y0a s, of IVIOxIoan.1n, epe6d-',-_HIL- 'th I I U V 's a- I Is a ri.; sV.WexPnt,7Qf
eposes5 r o a d tO i y, thtough the' cer ence vnili:, a ts amp resqni-I
s ,,a' ca ion. He, hAs hIe U S.- 1 iffi iisud:
ryie&6 ni6da a ar' s, mon es -of,--dedi ti. 'bliJjg,,t poneJ ued:4y.,Ki*e prenous, tk$s 'to "B-ce t; ennimernorative stam Adding,,t & IGpaTi Foss- tnade '- thr, p e: V
aE i.6t- f' Augu4ih6:%Irl conhec ioi! with ith ceremonie' ;,Sk w
7inuous settle
of, the planning. an 'da' stampwill dea-ATI A Of this $200 6W t f eon UT s tine the oldest
9 his PaTils Inc PON ment in con- pict'a h p orer with go er 1PS. ()W Cape --an. swom-, tinental MAted State
'Behind him is, e NyJaF n .
Coi4ciding.with- this issuance
0 pain. crqss
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Spain will; also put forth '. a
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T. AUGUSTINE'S 400th anniversary celebration reaches a colorful climax with the magnificent historical drama, "Cross and Sword," now being presented nightly (except Fridays) in the spacious new amphitheater on Anastasia Island The play re-enacts the dramatic highlights of the founding of Florida's first settlement and the difficulties of its early years, bringing to life, characters who played a part in forcing its destiny.
The professional cast, authenitic period costumes, novel lightColorful, authentic costumes and novel lighting take "Cross and Sword" audiences back to the beginning of time for St. Augustine, the New World's oldest city. The symphonic drama was written by Pulitzer Prize winning
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ing and sound effects make the production a stirring, outdoor spectacular.
The new amphitheater is mn a. wooded area on Anastasia Island near the old coquina quarres,only a few 'Mmnutes drive from' St Augustine's Central Plaza. It accommodates 2,000 mn arm-chair comfort and has parkng space for 600 cars. rcikets are $1.75, $2.50 and, $3;50 and can be ordered from St. Augustmne 400th Anmiversary,. Inc.,, P.O. Box 1965, St. Augustme
Curtamn time 8.15 p~m.
Scene from "Sword and Cross" (above). Richard Chamberlain (left) is narrator ond actor. Chamberlain is a' voice teacher at Otterbein College, near Columbus,' Ohic. Below, Fr. Michael Gannon of Nombre de. Dios Mission where records date from 1594, making them oldest in the United States.
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find a modern progressive, report and business town that is proudof its historical heritage. Horse-drawn surreys, an ancient fort, historic city gates, narrow BY JOHN LECKEY streets dotted with overhanging balcqcies-supply the past for St. Augustine, Floridathe nation's oldest city withits nostalgic, resiful cha6tm gathered % from the Old World and from the past.
."It is interesting to note, in capsule form, St.
Augustine's varied history: 1513-March 27, Florida discovered and named by PonCe de Leon. April 3, Po ce de Leon landed on site of St. Augustine. 1565-August 28th (St. Augustine's Day), Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles arrived at Indian Village of Seloy, renamed it St. Augustine and claimed "the land of Florida" for Spain. 1586-May 8, Sir Francis Drake attacked and burnedSt. Augustine. 16724 VRARY Castillo de San Marcos begun. 1740-BritishGeneral Oglethorpe of Georgia attacked St. Augustine, laid siege to the fort, but failed to take it. 1741-Fort Matanzas built as defense against attacks from the south. 1743-Second Oglethorpe attack on St. Augustine; seconifailure. 1756-Castillo de San Marcos officially completed. 1763-Florida ceded by Spain by Great Britain. 1793-Roman Catholic Church (E, NuO WE E WS to ou.R .RA U TO (consecrated as Cathedral 1870) built in St. AugHE ST, AUU'.N E,. J .,T C CAM R O ustine. 1821-July 10, Stars andStripes raised over COMER .. N o O. A Castillo de San Marcos following secesson of FloriaTIoN e ST Je S C Ue. N E 'XP WE ALSO ci EI THE UST da from Spain. 1861-Castilo de San Marcos seized
EXCE OGRAPS UPPLIED BY THE LORIDA NES War Between the States. 1862-Castillo and city BuREAU, TALL..ASE.) "taken over by the Federal forces. 1924-Castillo de San Marcos and Fort Matanzas made National

The bloodshed and violence, war and death, cruel- 400th- Anniversary. ty and bravery, that somehow seems a part of coloni- In deference to historical accuracy, the Quadzation, are well known to the now quiet streets of the ricentenial ear will coincide with St. Augustine' no le old Spanish town. Born, as was St. Augustine, in first year of existence-September 8, 1965 through
the time of Spanish glory and power when the great the same datein 1966 However the scheduled events I 1in the jear of (Our Tlorb (One Z itsbu Spanish treasure fleets and the vast Spanish ar aa of the celebr ation 16began January 1 196s
l.. mli __ the. la ..oa roamed this part of the Atlantic and the Caribbean, A climax to the long lat of scheduled events will
St e is to be expected t t the early years of its grow- be a symphonic drama, "Cross and Sword", written ton ehro feenene be tiles, fo th should have also known the robe, the rosary, and by Pulitzer Prize winning author, Paul Green. It the it of a t s ot a settlettl hih the cross. These always accompanied e helmetwill be presented in beautiful new outdoor ambreastplate, and sword in all Spanish colonization. phitheater near the sea. 1e namneli an i sNtstin King Phillip II of Spain sent a famous Spanish Admiral, Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles, with an Zlat this dt persisted without tltterIy- armada under his command, to settle Florida. The tion to t4e present bag, ab is the obest permanent landing on September 8th, 1565, was a worth ade a selen ii te continen ouns venture for the Admiral, and it was significantly uropean settle mnt Wifdttt cardinetnta h important for-Spain since it enabled them to control of the present ifted States of nterica th e sea routes along the Florida coast, and it prea te ear of ur orb ne hosan vented the French, the English, and the pirates from at the ar f destroying Spain's hold upon the New World.
ie unbreb ixtg an Fibe fuil nmarit the four Early St. Augustine embarked upon a turbulent, i nter of this (0ity of us- violent historyunder four flags-that of Spain, Enghutlreliththis( of a- land, the United States, the Confederacy, and finally
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ashes of a crude early structure of palm thatch and
wood, perhaps destroyed in 1712. The house, as you
A now view it, is an evolution from its ei'ly fqom and
the fabric of the house tells the qtory of a .ong and
colorful past.
Many additions have been 'made to the Oldest
House during its long historyf.:4fhe result is a composite of several different periods, rather than the
product of any single one. The-first floor walls are
--r solidly constructed of conquina, while its tapia (tabby) floors, a mixture of lime, sand and shell, are
typically Spanish and also go back to a very early
period. Few, if any, of our early Spanish houses Cathedral and the Governors Palace
Valuable restoration work has been under way had fireplaces. The Spanish used charcoal braziers. face:the Plaza. since 1959 and will extend for years to come. Some Fireplaces came with the British in 1763. The Span- Perhap find any particular ,200 houses are' picked for restoration within the ish covered their windows with projecting lattices of shades shofrequentiuld one expectol d h au nts, it would be those nii t feW years. A total cost for the entire program wood, and used wooden shutters to keep out their equenting the old hats, it would those hdS been estimated at $20 million enemies and the weather. of Admiral Menendez and Father Lopez, and they
TiThe largest singl contributoror is the Catholic Moonlight is deceptive-L-could the shadow in the ofld most likely be at the site where the Mission idocese of St~ Augustire. They will have spent $2 entrance to the Oldest House be the shade of Tomas sf Nombre de nios no begstands- T he spot where the million on thd restoration and enlargement of the Gonzales y Hernandez, its first documented occu- story ofur nation began. These visitors from the St. Augustine Cathedral, and the construction of an pant? He was one of the many Canary Islanders who they stepped ashore that day 400 years ago. Should illuminated, stainless steel cross that rises 200 feet came to St. Augustine during the first Spanish occu- they stepped ashre tha day 400 years ago. Should above landscaped grounds near the site where Mis- pation. In 1723 he married Francisca de Guevarra, in hazy outline the ghostly Spanish Galleons riding sion Nombre de Dios, the first Catholic mission in and the Cathedral Parish Records reveal that an in-tline, theghostly Spanish galleons ridingnchor the United States, :was established in 1565.. fant born to this couple was laid to rest from the
Uncle Sam, tilhe form of the National Park Ser- Oldest House in 1727. In 1763, when Spain ceded 55 years, begme the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Oldest House in 1727. In 1763, when Spain ceded Rock, 40 year fore the English settled Jamesown, vice, will spenf:.nearly a million dollars on Fort Florida to England in exchange for-Havana, the Gon- 210 years before the American Revolution, Admiral San Marcos. Displays within the fort, including zales family still occupied the Oldest House. Don Pedro Meendez de Aviles and Father Lopez de a dioramaof the fort being attacked, will cost In the Plaza de la Constiucion-the oldest public Gr de an Fa er $100,000. square in the United States, established in 1598- MendozaGrajales wounded the Ftrst Permanent
Theof St. a have given approximately, and the one can hear the muted hoofbeats of ghostly horses Christian Settlement in th e United States. They city of St. Augustine have given approximately an- as a shadowy carriage passes. The softly coquettish of their landing, Nombre de DAugustios (Namnd the of Gsited). other half a million dollars. At the same time the voices of the fine ladies of the carriage can be heard Americas frst Mission was founded on that landing Spanish government is to build a $200, 000 center 'despite the sounds from the men who range the nar- America' s first Mission ws founded on that landing for. exhibits of Spanish Colonial America. row streets-men whose voices reflect the quantity site, and endures to the present day. It is AmeriIf one should roam through the old city on a soft of wine they have consumed. Conquistadores and ca's most historic site.
moonlit night, it would not be difficult to allow one- priests walk the same streets since Spain never sep- It is withinthe re alm of possibility that the shades self to be lured from the present. The past beckons arated the sword and the cross. Perhaps they felt and Father Lopez, might chance rs, be watching the from all sides. As one's thoughts drift back through they needed divine sanction for the atrocities they southern hLopez, migon at a time when atey could see a 400 hundred years of time, shadowy figures mater- would commit in the name of colonization. Housed burst of flame, and for a little while they might folsee a ialize out of the past to walk the streets of the old in the Plaza is the Public Market where the first low the flaming path of a rocket disappearing fointown, and the ghosts of men roam among the ghosts standard system of weights and measurements was the amn at oh e a of buildings that were their earthly abode, the heavens. Even though they were to witness this,
Outlined by the moonlight, the Castillo de San it is doubtful if they could comprehend the fact that Marcos-with its 12-foot thick walls constructed of I the object they watched, in its rapid course into the coquina shellrock that was quarried from pits across heavens, was a galleon of today being launched into the bay on Anastasia Island-takes on the gray man- the black sea of space. Nor would they likely undertle of antiquity. Perhaps the flash of light we see stand that, without new oceans to cross and new conis the moonlight being reflected from the breastplate tinents to discover, theconquistadoresof today must of a sentry walking the walls; and the faint sound we set their courses for the stars. How would the shadhear could be the sentry's call. ows of the Admiral and the Priest feel shouldthey be
We pause outside Saint Augustine's Oldest House t able to realizethat the strange galleons of the presand we relive in thought, its long and varied hitory. ent-in their voyage in the opaque oceans of spaceArchaeological research to date shows continuous would cover a greater distance in one small minute occupancy of the Oldest House site from the early than the Proud Galleons of Spain often covered in ten 1600's to thepresent day. This house rose from the days and nights.



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or, 4 4,vities ern I men 'of eidl here. but ,. id- 't
no s. n u daj set
stidel '400th word- h4s,,heen recejvg as 'o asi D
Oderal but he
-d
.e yi tirdiiy. iher noon 91ninitte4e is, sche ul to be.in Orlando, ua ri ti
chawilian 111. 1, -- 'b"
'jofLn Bailey'suggested 1, I ) Gov. Haydon.Burns will be -,
ci statement r, rom -Spam? M aisth4f'Sen. Holland be, given more; him, ruling out -both inen-'th"at t
NY apbirig6n,' 6ge
sbareid flrnc':and meni s.wefii--a46g'd unless tfi 6 in here ay eir s eqVieS C
e 7.omgn wivei of Varioug 'A6le-'
,' ofjh 400th Anni.:: witk tfiat sugibitio n after dis- be alt d
ere RITK "
r in4rlg Co 6g, n St- t; iSi,-Abe, nortb"st, corne er or not to Newton sugg6a
Xnittee cussil g 'A b out whpth ted that -if the tine Saturday -ni rning, -.p' rgp lita qn- d
arrooj y lyester- pho 4,,,Holland: dot-in ay st I y ti 0 L %6ally Elervos as W, ]i
9 the ineet vite "p eside rit, eould not make b r,' 4( for. a; five-d
ifig. L I isyr
'g. 28 then pqr aps e ji rtidpaie iii 'dedkati n' of:, an
"n Unite totes t ill Tha o n# ; c il betwepii iheXan,-4meric
I ft, I .. -' e :nex day,
Newton Sol 1- that 'Hollafid ex- could. be h re. -the -ti e to4,t1i0 north;p
l.'ed L, j , f ilitics-Jnvthp-, tev 4itna tbe ip]
:Au- thusiAsm. at the Span- which is, "State: Day.",- stored: pstin, W of, the XV
'd*Qntefi jo, cele- of: the' celebrations
Fldrida Setretar of, State f S aii),, ifseffia' ricariiig g -country, e,'end of t 1 'W" "i .
month a volun teered ;to:,:,he'lp sll'h'e1T&d Adams. h been,- askedjo fterif , W. coinp, etion now,41across iRypo'lita"
5eptgmper is, could. be,'hereo and t ';
Of 11 y, certain A rt' h h S
'e
,fi in 'Acc'or'ftg to,,Ne'%V't6ni, Spain is tfiai h6 wilfput-'in', appearance,
t groV e, ic9te
S anxious to send..a-shig'h'a. rank-.% 'Newton said, because-ofhis per e eq,
V I pic-,to"St. del Hida go pvernmevt.' state hig deiekkioll Aohal. intere5t in' St- Aug s
as possibe but tine. t, gust,.in as:' v6siderits fro Pre, wilj be 'Olea V;jtll, papers, around that protocol, i oreign elAtfons, if !e has requesto li, $ is, offic roceiv irt. thi in f' d- 'a Ina eir-r6cent th-iii iqu" rom,., pain; up ess
re requestmg a requires her to send persons of se edu e 'also., SpAi
al
s'd jua4riten- rank iequjalth: tilkiie, tfiat- be 14 : 1' prdsldefit ,of
I Ron ron
birectoir here the 00 t1i Drysdale, jh6 6 .gajjiZatj V jar.,
U.,S. government. 4 1 Anxiiv Inc. said ers. a ed ntit We, carf: el : hem-, who's Ahat Wiseems, th-at Spain *iUL do
dd' "I t I t o merican, aturday,, lie ted
e in 13 con
-d Adli i fiorn herbA-they wpn' tell !dfiet-,.: ep gniber 4 Gv-p .4 L, .to to something impressive., We S t at 5. m. or, us 'Re sAd ,Ab6ut.- th&: Spanish hingL now','so tha(
e1r do somet Me d6dicati of" the, PaiiA ier rieg'-'a
Hollandi, L has go ernment
they can,,.inake, up their de eg, Acan Center 6n St., eorgeSt'" 'qse- isiinflu- PreidentHubert Humoh- 'tion. near the:: I iii t,
I h iili't'a, ate iL-,-' nue ri undayi e Lring,,, a
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Way Aftibrnb6h,.AuguAt 11. 1961 U.

Bin
lthO- Anhivers'ar''y Projetts Dis e R C'Mmiffee 2
Invit6d the Bimett i;a1d: that tbo. plans or
pedU on! Pgge One), Flondi''Blue Key had
Gebrga city, to pitrticipate in the HoInIt- jh6 66di Auguitine, hio drlvdd j cation, o the commem( I C.
6! g6od rorn r 8 And ftord," fr ha a SeRldint combir Parade 't tM Unimgity f 6 n., th6,
Y Ative stanip had- beeh I RA d onV-Pagt, One Wor
n tfie of Flo-rida on Oct. 15; He ftil . 1 1, S anibass' o' be- Marqi!6 d'
s Aboth that communities Are not usually all At the Castillo if
'As time goes om" he said "it xh1bit '-,6f.",niod6- n Latin 111%,Ierryv el F I ai d t I hat'i is istberIf invited, to, take jigirt, bdt that an de.'San: Marcos. H e-.,said there i.9 d
will be- a tremen ous,-h ;knierican:.aij wi ung in Agair 6 ceri inini r,) po ibi opening a il rane economy) -B 6xiception-had beenniAde becaiise a sg lity o! b Atg'u'Aiiie. The the Pan American Cen iter-as the andbis e, 3 uls Lopez
ewt0j! ViggetUd 'th&t, tht -th6rfta bf the offim"' in the 'fort vhelre tho &ing has b4en rough, arid ih ral -4nt-,1n the t ros,,.,
91ven ing is 'Gators Cheer -the 400th could be ml- weather .has hurt a bit. We' nsp or o in orma Ion,; f irst-day covers just program 'of' ffiter-Arnerican re,- Carlo F6i nandet-Shaw., ctil"Alippoit, to. t, Au- c4led haven t :had enougb.',-.a.tt0ndanc-- lafionshfps', env ioh6d -for-' the, -tdtal nselor and his wif
ild, with the Chairman tailey Naid that the '- B6b Day, vho alohg, 41th;Yred Jt, ijig t6ke 'A d I t l e. h if
90 to, abd-foreca t by'tfie la[t overnment, .,b atioaal Pan,: American Life Insurance Whitley of th' J- h' o le.k I About It
ayceesi as"bad re pe p nOw en 'he I I I .: I ItZie nt Kennedy,. wh SiiporikAdtnt- Bert Cdm ahy, 'haa productd a firilt- nidat of the % r6sponsl tr, .0 beople
So 15,000 hi e createdthe Nati vu &Icenfed- dilly dosign.,-Whieh will be -adt6pt- planning the "D., tenhial Commission aY iii SpaW 10.9- i;een Cross :an I d Sword.-'.' ln'; a I t, $1.6. taII&A tlip- official fitst-day 06voln iivities froin Sbpt .4 1 thtough 8,
scrap 06kbf press releages' and I Director general.',bf-1'ffi6 V said: thatposttbagtv sisget dmitb e what q ": described to I
1110, de sin, lie the tor
L A L I Stories public Telatloii director a! d execuP' "d lwft atithorind to urclilase was: in store. L. 11 dL Cla tional Commission' an 41.. reparld 6h for 'thd, Ali tive, Airectbr':of -the
ronle by the At &00 o'clock t Augus had ilip li'-from pape rs
11 je. ning, Sept. 4, rn row "ing ori Al Restoration' i b d,, on limeiide his stat.ln6t 4 6ibers, of, the in Bostonif. Chicago,' -' j-L jZjjj I' tPin Leei6r, ivsattioncComI lily, SpeaX_ jg ett labar, said that the' Jn "CiON' g an L 0 e iiission, k rle
&thezwas o Is d Sw' rd",. Ast and the A man
sUrall(I idhita, s 'Well AA!L ,,
J@; y
the lack,.,o appropr-: had had: the, Stival' Royal FAMily W..Piew.t6n, released the-nairies m tp ronir php w i qP o*at, Amfgntd for 'imalling to a, prkii9461i kojb- LthoL 61 tra ith'n. :.t I file of anisfi delegate esterday
njit'RioLfi. :ft 'o e r t 1-Tri Ire _State
ft own stockholders alld 'that chamber of Commerce
,W8 Sh ' 't i tib 'V b Ut f U Genera ''fou onso ori!ow.,,said, a 0 litate A
ouldli't affj ; ayt Work *ould b6. af.tio:ott n. Tittr to t 6' City for yeg sp hils e, :th# S LL L ,;% L I 'I UgqStifie t tendarice wAs 1hcreaiihg :rapidly,
a8jUngtPnL OrgAtiza- is rAbbon, Aerior, and
fjon,- t. :A Ry jnL L Sbain aetiVitieS w his w 6, k6dr
jbe n ilf and thAt'In'thO last three veieks,
fiL The emrs Will bayeLhn Orf- %All D Antonio Gar gue ca L L Jed 10 ci a ,," 'Ab
ficlil; dailigbition printed-uhkier be rr t, L i L :t e evening Of 2,500 alltbs., M the arkiphithedtrictht Lt 6 degign and will be available h6uri,' heL biht er sub-seeretary.. L ad%, .4 7e. par, nL of jnfo
Pj!r APSLL 8 treet from St. John$ L' OUnt the: Mi Ina the Lj 6ftly-l h p6thift la w9d Along St. G orge
14. L the. City Gate boothA JrOM L oo tt hh e, o ties 1 16 di, and,,T6urisrn, L
1 7,1 N dll be set up. FiV6, 06ups 6f and the Te A 00 L e O U Angel Sag i; dire6tor', neral
BreeZe PranWge par 1 wbllink musiclar's will enter- of state cars. .4 N6rth American- aff9irs 'in (Jacksonville) Weckly 3,33 Wn, f L offi the I atredto and bg[l- 1964 gurve S ain's Folrbign 34ifflstr ',-, and
Y
a L, of e u oar d"
()nfe buildings along St, D'rama 1ristittut Ion L an advocate, o, qhe bon 86j a e with St A gu n
ge Street and fireworks will that "word
be, set off each 1 to a M68t, ejftj3ct1Ve.,Methbd. 0 Eiji 4o e Luis' -Al n
-night -next wris TvIarroda
n
out L butdbo'r -direptor 6neral'bf local. adinin stag in L the new parki 9 st, ing. infdrinatioIr b
fie- He cluil6d. A .-st '#' on,' Ala.drid; 'n h s wife,., dfama. Can at it
anish, and r6fto sword tjr j j'nA, aft6ndjj ee ftorii',. adrid. p h to I
fighWs. klang "*,th a L 'feW jiloroo Vffi'cent6 YbakraBerge,' ai e, o -an is.
sA*0&6ffL shotgunwL: Mille -,deli. 16ns d hi"
IvalueL wD1 be fdatu d. General-v n I anager d ] ah er, L, a Jose r L, director general non- wa -be askadL to hiltheatre, Tom i Ina Wear. Costumes and, Day. pointed Banco C
that, although the CaStL' would editb' Locale, Madrid. Out that it Is not to g I te.t be- Alvaro Arhiad,!,,, Conde de
o like to pit to, laikilr, AilAlehos,
gin preparation%'. for competition go q Revilta be ViL od. RjL: Add 946 a. descendai of .1 r4olrkl -Is A that
in the ard:LeonteSti rat prize Pedro k6neiid'ez who still- is entheyLL hate been most I generous
-ngth will be only ;, L -.
is., $"OLD and le I hl hi If "Xdelau one ert L "L in givingL up their afternoons or titled. Lto, ica imse
ena. that promotion. He A the cast tado de 'la-'Florlda," who, lives. Collectidni' and exiizwtiono, not -Us I f Iii, tj M
Spanish, bu t; free.Laf leala the show is woAli jrepoat : in vario b s cas es in a-Irld, I Gijbjl' L L and Sail -.S bfistlan.
next Summer and'AhAt', hNAL C L -, absirgo, *ill: bs featured An the k- L, F ern s jd& Su'jrej !Vffl
ad] a -MLayor. 'would biv b t L, tewration houses' L"As, inuch St 1AV 1, o 's- .- 1.
040o, 0s tA
free enigitlkinmont as PossiboL I's Ra er that wit ajQl 'of S- 15eppip City
our purpose)" t I J Cal L- t L f $406 "'Per oaquin, e Entranibas aquas, Pleal L bird
thibg from a tro ftn'La*er94e 4cfo rom. e jnj t y'; Lof Info Malection to-'a -working glass Ng; performanceL
e seefi, Was oper t1ng 0 pir nL .. .. a it, ab it 50 tio and T sra Mad idzt NoWtonLoald that ;;- JaVie Bafto n Guerthe',O'cimmis- ceat 'Of the iucornb'L 6 it r so Sa 66 alL L' 1rh, a hiteCj of th ,
_a, re e asa -del
sioner-gdntr o%- the -Spiinishpaw nee
villon In New York- had offered bTysdale idmm6tfp&t hit with flidalgo,"',, whojs arriving Carto jend Plamilneo and AstiuAan, the p,011 'jo L 'lier t6,supeiintend finalLdetails.
dancers if their expejasea -are a id L oftd -witli, the, -fui&i Fr m' th6.L; Emb ssy of, Spain-,
V
pa;id. PaZ 9, OUP of diaw" big, it Will reeel' aid, *att, jr
d' bf
St. ek bration" pedormerg from thS CjolUfAbjafi aojje 11' that Vras 'eitect
restaurant In Ytb6r -Cltyj Tani P
fo
S pa, had been contacted r, a Zinkan said'
possible- -appearance. te, al Medallions' hadL
-in a report oil th,3 sYrAphonic, Quadricen nni q d b r' 4 been gold and '-that 'another,
draitia "Ctoss' and Sword," Cecil had been ordei cl by, thoL,"400t ary, In&
rL Of 1110 400th
'td dit dates at':St Augustine," -e., ersary,,, In jjh
At. ity, in thj Uja Anniv C idl Is pro- h outioia t e
4.1. *ale inedallionis
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senator essar& L ton .. 2 jj jg and ] ijo
Sen;aio'r C*orge A.- Sh2ath t'' -0 AS in' .he of he
OV 11, S' ernor -HE.Lyclon r1dWs t
lse&retW -of -i State Tom --Adam Cel' r 6 P=' Merlcw)o ip Mann
re se nt. the Depat ent of, Thorn" Wa,91lington, oe "'ht th -Aaarns.j ie',State, i Will, Itp e _Uaitedst, es in Aj ib the, A A= I assador,, Vieiiu ed for Augustine's I ad Va'l Md
U: repre;; t
i; Ill I --gurat"eL
The,, dip, nau
The 1** ibter-Americ4
:116W f aetli ies I or future
qvwter ural pr_09M 't ekc6nie programers, an for cult ",Tp.5, ong 'Latin ft re
Aations, Sp at no, aaj'# -Pr1structed Mh centt* AO 11 erwan
11 ; inLthe Colonial are;
oldest e ty-of the Unito d'L$ I I a W, St."Aft Its ihaugux exmbit,44,
Vvhfdh for. Tnore',than half ItB' al
was- 4 rA,, h tWemony. wm, er oup,,pj V",
't Hollah'i pje ,W t r)atiQr S6 a or (141g; is, sele6fed by,
e, acting clial =an
e Pc fm
>un6ll of the i I atiiqn of th Drg&n GiJvernDr Burri w, a 4VC,
in of,- Amer-I erican Ce ter' ugustille Sept,
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. . . G W iu, pre e at tWo Sund fig U lafterhbon ded icatioris- -,At 2'1 t i "' n e'.. JV
there be & Mmnd bire
'N
T. AUGVSTINE, A Farina, ''dir6e or gen e ta of 'the cleren ny' f or the p By'-1E0 .8
tMes 3 zWft wrlt,, j, a, Sn, "C&Ig Of Sta ida Will find'itself R Wo M. -Unto d uiv 0, tue tber, da s? d Banco CreL Of I 1 7 llQutL-,n: iszlli eli ... j rinc'tpaq- -s erhors durin g the ear2y' i di o Loa e; Javier iorm 8h-arie th6, lightwith GW. i BarrOsQ,,-, SPayas t an man ,
_-d h',archl ect d will be,
Financial News qere= fe
(Legal) (Jacksonville) Daily i Opening the ftesi orad; -0 HO on Burns during the ceye. ,Fjerliando ,',Sifarez,4,ViUa', mayor of iSagaz, Spain's Direotor-'66 unt,
his The, a nisb United states, arf .
to 1,,hni trv, 1 afonso, MerrY. the den Sym o 7,eS de Was gtorl I 'del AUG 2 4 1965 de- val ;Ith t 661 o f ar b h -eS tween Spain a d"h'
his s t aff, -also n er former-, ho 4L vtll beAn, St '5 e
er- i to pdrticipate I in, Dies, a,! be 4i 6u the cerenion, es Dr., Mafeiof thp-obA .,L
O-c on a ieWton ,-said that the -Spanish eel A I t M dele'ka6oij would join tliL 0 The .dioldmail I D.'% .; ..:. 7, : e group" then-,
"'A Celebration-Set for Sepl. 4 , i rg ,
in Spain' 4 SPaPish.-govermorwill'come zatibn of-Ambrfrf&, States JnLthe stMet to 4b ,":i 'he -Pan Ar 6rlban new to Peet iiis new dedicatiori, of I C 6Ver ent' :Xlel. X., Ob r the 'fir t, time' Center,, th q, Cent6r Will as
rom Spain ard' es here cated' at 5,pjh., S turd y' Sept. 4. P, permanent i e HiSpaniaL(
01 t & SeptA'tc, paLrticil!i t dnAhq cluad- Th ar d6n, which 11 ni ed States, the
lrlcd ienoiL cf6brti0h -. between-the,'I an"Americaii Centei- d el Ridalgo." In iO7 dedlcation,' 4
under neieaaershlp 'Of, Spain's Rndlthe Sp'a'n1s'h,,Bu11dtng i M'be 3 _P'rii. Mann ijlfsppak, for dedladted Sunday, Se t S. Em the, li( [minis ter:'bf 'the'iflteii6rj'. Lt'. af 2,Tr ,m p d 3A 'Q
t 6611- Spoaiush'14eVkation 'L Lt.. OU
1, ["ber grou d t6 Mwton Sai&L thai 4 6i 6blic.
e 74 to aU, 'de dicatio '1j ,tjj6jjrjaje Of the
I tpra on are.a.'A t re
Newtdn, director Of, the wati e _n1al a t.,T .M: S.6pt al
06adric rite 'ujal Cornr ionand Daytona Beach News Mon Of CRY 0 ficIQs;0d th of,'the St Augustine Rest6ratf6n E-27,402 S-42,177 f
th6 delegation -v,,ill isll dele 0 a in amm
the 'P.M birthday ca e, ii 6h. 1, serv AUG 2'4 10 J,200. The
t 5.- -The building,' a yie lft!ta h day fiesta vj gadety d6'1 1 Jdil o," will
An '* Ia
e' as head4uarferslor
'future Spanish Aa P, I, d tMR,
an inf6jc ltural, pr gT
e c 0 Eim, The public is 4rivited -to a1f dediIn t: 4ugustine,,Neviton said
Douri1fg'th6 Awth anniv"ersar d4rb 1be i
he cit "esta.
is'elirlstening'Its colonial
San Augustin Anti-plia.fifth o6f leaders Edit S
-a mile inside the
For, ft R
St. Ge-orge 5
is io gei backtits.orikin al roy'al
Gates. Will provide the britrah6e t6larne, ,'Calle'
gUstine's Old City 1 eC&igtruct- ofer's Contribution
"A Day,,hi Spain Fiesta' celebration to be held in the oldest cit-, ∧r tore Tbuildings dineth6"
in the U 8' on September:4 8. Two bl6ck of historic St. George treet L' b, jinging back to life. the The interesting Newsjournal..
,Street leading south from. the city gates will be closed' off anc k, of:, 9 Mid-lat th' century town story of official 400th
with, exhibits, displays and entertainment to which tho Oth6r:meinbttg,-'bf"th'e'- '-SljA"n't -h- Versaxy -ning in u
ho' verting- frorn 6: 00 tdojokAt ti"n=,expMming t h e historic p iblic will.be admitted wit ut- Charge each e ion are the :Sub-S'ecr'kary
Uhoo P.M. A part of the ancient city's 400th anniversary celebora-- 6' t0iilo Garcia Rbd- background indicated by theponsor de current Florida auto tags,: stated ti oi s yearo I ed by the St. Augustini l Jowin
-1 tlj "" the event Wil be s gue7 Acosta;
,jycees, Vho Vi planned regiilar entertainment sho vs edch eve jrirnba saquas, on that date, Aug, .28, ourjocal Y
aa& on to that which will be up and down' St., Georgaefp'linning- 11 all Angel-Sagaz, direc-' Museum of
SUebt he fiesta. The public will bj'. Arts and Sciences
,during the evenings of t r geriefal of North Am' men b rs will be special guests.
iingld'with'actors. 4nd:performers costumed in the offressairsw-'jo, 6 Louis Morrj MpL
ears ago and will'be. able to see %d wide variety df' exhibi rro- A rhajor feature of entertaine quadricentennial celeb!7ation, ment b6in'g a tour of the Henry ,.Ybarrw,
M, Folagler Pence deLo6on Hotel. Gen. Al01%0's_ Mde;: Jose
I knorw from personal experience 2
this will be an unusual first v 7, W'S
A4 hand 46n the spot inspectiow of t h-i s enduring memorial to
X s Flagler's miraculous F 1 o ri d a achievement. The sonof a; New
Yord State country minister began :the Must
nagler at 14 M1-11
0 us career which enabled him'
to erect in 1885-1888 the two and Ponce de:
half. million dollax Ponce de:
Leon'. Hotel in St. Augustine,
,-.,y followed by other luxury
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T: 'M 'nda At Half Price

Residents of Clay County will be admitted at half price to St. Augustine's 400th anniversary celebration, the symphonic IT drama "dross and Sword" at its Monday evening performance at 8 o'clock in thenew amphitheater across the B#dge of Lions beyond the Alligator Farm to' the 'right on Route 2' S-3.
A costumed member of thecast Will sell tickets for the special Clay County p6rformance between 11 and I o'clock ,i on -Saturday at the offices of The Crescent.
Tickets will be available at The Crescent beginning today through Monday at 3 o'clock. Half price tickets range from 75 cents to 1.50. Children 12 Years 'old or, Jtss.-4ccolrlpailied, by their pareht& are admitted. free, E j
"dross and Sword" offiqals, TT e Phasi7 wqu Ibd, it ld great y
simplify 'aidrms'sion' it County,. res idents come with their tickare thus not under the hlkessitY of identifying themselves.
In-the event of rain Monday night, iickets 'will be honoted Pn Tuesday night. Written by Pulitzer, 'Prize. 3MS. MULOWES
winner Paul Green,,"b ross and
owes is one of, the' fe I tured ikk former ijLL Sword" .1deals.. with the first rord", th Paul Gieen sym 6 i drama, two Yeamof settlem I ent of the a, L i n g the, I %Qh. annigisarv 6 f the t nation, oldest city..Dbn Pe'dro Menendez 6 Aviles who foundwhich on 'TV16I night s ill offer a
formance- for" residents ; of Clay '04inity. at half ed, St. Augustine on September i: ets., ranging, from 7'5 cent's to $1.50 8, 1565, is cast as the he' t The-Crescent through 4 o'clock Monday, afternoon. opposite Notina, Winsome sis'It, I wes is a in embeT of JacksonvilWs Little-theatre- tek of Oriba, great cbiefbf the Iiers,- yric Theaiie' St. Johns Opera' Company', Timicuan' Indians.. Other -iin-, portant characters f11666 Choralso'ciety,4i'd "the Ribault Quadricentennial. e
A
dire et descei.ida4it of iFfancis Philippe Fat Philip. 4 of Spai captain Al- X 97
barez, Don: Pedro's I aide -and in 8 he is th 9 YIN
known the fou ndi g', a I f Flon e di QC
kani"A'Alallowm prominent Jacks6'nville attoI Father Lopez, who offered'the A .t S, Attorney, (ContinMad on Page 4)
oiv,
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Sw ord -Dr. L. L. Zimmerman, head
of the drama department at
ed from Page 1) he University' of Florida, I'S 91 61d f 4
Airector of Cross
Son.'these shores, in and Sword"; YMOU Vl Dr. Elwood Keister of the
M
school's Choral Music Depart,i'L, ift'hi w I b6,hQm,
se has- been spared ment is music dir T ,
-ector for the
en tin St.. Augustine's d 0, re I a 4,
Pro uctiory and Ronald Jerit, 4, 100 authentic l6tli
another member of the drama hing, a pa,1a,'c"O.Oqtnn9-0
kiirne have been -department faculty, is scenery
-de igned and con and lighting designer. Dance p1d; t he C
cos umer, Ld by t Mrs, director is Frank Rey, head of. 4pbe V
lio,- kenr.idge G un s, the Modern Dance Department 'Dqrlrik the,-fiVed4YSjITbJs 'r 0 d",arm6rmade by loc:at the of South e 0 Urdversity
will cost in excess Florida, and general rnanaL -,er e 6 .....
Oht Tidiisutl.e_.
of the Ampbithe Ltre is Thomas 4.'
0
the drama Rahner of St. Augustine.
s
the ofA On 'eveA-m- g ,Jfe
glitter of the The 40 acres nastasia
11 to the hostile 'Vol
State Park on, which the.Amwill be re- phitheatre is located are the 7 T parna sa vag6d :on, the '100 ite of th Royal- 'Quarries, iffi Ippv t'e 'bqfld TlqAid 3 Oa t t e,. orl s ..coast' wiE -go 'on da I.L ThI6 'won Is buil 'To '46 bt6d:' ng"on King'Street. A' n ayy, ', where coqufna was once cut for Ex ibition 1hild!
Les as emp ' ", a*
bn loyed construction of Camrtillo de San JjLpg:,I . Earle Ne'wtbn irector Ahe N4 1 )Aal
cated lighting and Marcos, ruitional monument. M, C 4 ".11d -1 L, -- ', - C6piml8sion, a.n I will transport n the kedtoratio, m1hissioll, pain p an ,, hib The tbeatre's ar o ha -Ex '000
w s,, -t'fi,,t,,t1ie,-jrAsu-e Worth
thedays inchair seats .,,said,: arou d f200; ,.Vjjj'Lbe -,pip 0 a.in. until-4: 5 -pjri. ill bO, rewill accomodate in excess. of bit. didly ror 4
-.Pedro gained his 2000 -d
patrons, nightly, while j, 'b k, vatift.
-t thed",Iiig tfy t6 a,. Taes in the new parking facilities are available kltlibugh thIe Flokida. bililding Will 'Tioi ,.-bZm',pffida y: Is aay aftenioon, WAS arrall for more, than 500 cars. )PItil 4p, to:
-a vital Part in this Planned for production every on display this w6ek 'Ic rl, Cente reasure prgsentation are fac- Cross and I Sword" T clud 287.1 d hib#f6w- -&ta A e i :.The collection in of F107 will, I perman gold 20 ounces.4and L-nt cultural f '' disc o on i coins,,a rakmIent' titud'ons of higher aMi V 05. nartheaSt F1 tida- er.
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Tie 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 Unite/d 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 this year, St. Augustine merce of the effects of last spring's marches and
is making an e ort 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.
nating 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 the 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 quadricentennial celebration 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





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Unt Teo S Hills" celebration. will move its post office and other federal facilities. The restorationdreamdate back at least 40 years The Federal Government will restore the buildings andgots~eswy nsucesfulyi te 130. i ws fo its ow xposition centr
1anced 19 i the ta et e th Aer t as been asked to restore St Augustine historical Restoration Commission. the ante-beilum Watson house for its exposition.
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wer Charles Patrik Clark Henry Ford II, J. Peter commission and office ly p r icipating genes, ihGrace, Archbishop Joseph P. Hurley, Chancellor Ed- era by businessmen and private citizens. The St. Augward H. tchfield and Herbert e. Wolfe, a St. Aug. ustine Historical Society not o y has renovated he ustine anker with varied commercial interests, oldest house but several other buildings as well. Also estabh shed was the Florida Q adricentennial There have been some partial restorations. t Commission, with leading state citizens serving. The restored city w comprise an approximate Quadricentennialevents, ranging from festivals to four-by-eleven block area, supposedly the original religious celebrations, have been held since the first boundaries o the city. The area is being called "San of the year. Within the celebaton period a Spanish Agustine Antigua." Restoration,to take at least atmosphere has been crested by at rg musicians, 20 years, is expected to cost mre than $20 mill on. daer Ai costume, e t vH Cnert, allbb and r pert es ae lowest value are being bou ht up oleett danes Male present have growning b so wMe l








a contest, part of the September ciaineyents. are leveled to the ground, en completely built The reatoration is the mot significant Augusinin from plans drawn y scholars from original apecficaAls ertaihad itwas acm Fltida ofarmicntnial io




osta imn anth ulan the itdeno wor ion ti chitecture is being modeled on city buildings

Florida Legislatuir, motly tr ough eff t f state dating as late as the 1820s, according to Newton. Sen. Verle A. Pope, who has real estate a other Whil some Augustinians complain that modeling things in St. Augustne, and ex-Sen. Frank D. Up- should go bark as early as possible, Ne won points church, a ci y resident and former chairmand o othe retthe city was destroyed by fire i the early 18th Fl orda Hoard of Parks and Memorials. Century with few records left intact. Through Jue 30, 196, state taxpayers ill ave "Besides, early St. Augstine was inhabited by funnele $74,00 o the St. Augustine Htori soldiers and the building reflected their low inHesturation ominissi which has been ge t'ig ccn- comes," he says. tinued general revenue payments cince 1 99 This Zoning laws in San Agustine Antigua will accompdoes not count elier payments the state made for ish much of the restoration. re toration work in the city. There are some businessmen in the area who reThe trustees of the Internal Improve net Fund gad the zoning laws as savage. No repairwok can also haey lent $200,000 for an early Span style be done, even to modern buildings except in antsFlorida exhibition centr in the city. The bin bellum architecture. now is complete. Also scored have been the commission's broadensSpin has agreed to invest about $200,000 for its intent domain powers. It cancondemn buildings, u y own cultal exhibit in the reconstrctedCasadel them, throw tenants cut and re who should oc upy Hidl go. c e them after restoration. Latin American nations and American corpora- There are hard feelings," says a lessee of a rsm tions doig business in Latin America have pldg restaur at."te sdon'tc g damn a u sh
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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 "There are also vast numbers of 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 Hem-is
"They haven't exactly chased industry away, but phere, is going up on the site of the first Catholic they accomplished the samesame thing by disinterest," mission in this country, Nombre de Dios. 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 compiland Od, ed the most complete collection in the United
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 main 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 would liketo 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 urbbn 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 urban renewalfunds, 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, a federal 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


Tampa Tribune
M-151.107 5-19,081

AUG 2 1965









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 STANDARD in the early 1700s.
Flowing vines of flame
colored blossoms soften
and hide the stark
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, e 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 We 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 Muse figures trace the 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. partiallyexcavated Indian bones. The early Mission
Notable is the old fort, which underwent numer- of Nombre de Dis 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 ofprison 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.
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 abdut 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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By KAY HOLLISTER Capt. Jean Ribault. This colony
DELTONA There is not had been moved from what is much time left for the opportuni. now South Carolina to the pres. t to see the clock turned back ant site of Jacksonville m 1564 4Q0 years in St. Augustine. Paul: after two years at the earlik Green symphonic dram a,s base. "Cross And Sword," will have The drama portrays the its final performance on Sept. 5 Spanish victory at Matanzas Inat the Anastasia Island amphit- let, the occupationof the Indian heater and we believe that every village, Seldy, and thec lebraFloridian, native or transplant, tion o the first Mass aNanbre should see it. I the useof the de Dios. Some of the a nterm "symphonic" leads you to spiring scenes narrate the misthink only the longhairs will be sionary efforts among the Indian interested you ae missing out children poetic license gives oC an outstanding feature of the the light touch of humor In the Qa r l a roles of Domingo de Florida,
rio o nt nr nation's ira settle- played by Marshal Thmas, and et. The e e s from the bhis wife Sara Salone, played by cCity Gate, part of the Castillo dt San Marcos National Monument which is court of Spain's Phillip to the lis e Hallows, lineal descendent itew World in an action-filled aof Francis Philipe atio, settler
administered by U. S. Park Service, is gateway to colonial St. Augustine. succession of light, color and in the second Spanish period ound. The religious processionsa,1783 to 1821. portray them heev nni- Te hardships o colonial life,
ESTIVITIES in St. Augustine, Fla., are As St. Augustine's "Quadricentennial pesence ofecclesiastical in- hu ngr, fear of Indian attacks, being stepped up as this, the ldest Year" officially opens, there will be a fluence uniting with the weapons lack of supplies appear uncity in the United States, celebrate "Day in Spain" celebration, including chi to coonie La r- ntale; tw epdes in 400th birthday. The pageantry includes Spanish dancing and singing, strolling Ida, named by Ponce de Leon particular give a most spectacunightly performances of "Cross and musicians, and nightly fireworks display dring he t ean 1513. are e i of haard STDUAL PURPOSE events. The hurricane, depicted w d a y n drama by the Pulit- The city g t name because Dn In actual fact, Don Pedro in graceful ball et, cr a shi ng
er Prize- winning playwright, Paul Pedro, leading a Spanish armada, ightedde Augu und a li n th
: :l ed S d be n o reo ed osive noise and flashing gun funding o t St. A u gutine by n Ped i. Dn Ped did nt et ft n land epeditio fn; his on an l anso ani the ind ianine te wand t reestabsA hpaaeisi Jh tt a D o to noe m et tm Jn satu ter Fau te e, and is produced in citys new am- day devoted n St. Eleutherau, the mer the Flrida Caol when a rean h tse an u din rmle phieateTedrama in i be a perman- thought of which could mahe St. Augun- are eet fran thetr had been her canon ing s taes are Mihe pit ther. Ted den eyed a arm Dan Padr tieo ile anto rDonCet Pehi, Mr ent production, in go an every summer, tinins detirins hoe et need his.one ade Lo tcka the Odianpess,
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p n e ,_Dy, the, xestdFat olk 4-eomwof dedicatipii. cere-' er'91, Ab ellwill.,pyo sent the,- mission;,. as exhibits 4,6n d v ,ly co-, I't s-' Jbum to If er b e r t E. all Wolfe", Aj -gus in- ,, igul n, the :' gan t Ant d, fi- chairni of b6th."Ahe St Au- restoration. area. Indld&d,-1s'th6
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--an int6riia- CoMniission.,
-Gi on lolk, ar e at -.OO', Suxiii;, i "' ill :'- Tiie post. ;6ffice b6re is d 'I,' b t th Wieq w comeL here 9 day* Septem ek 5 an e:',t e,' a:boorxiing, usiness.in: tbe- ,#xdilT
in h various, b is I .11 dedicatiorv of' the Plan. f, "in the 40 t '. anni ea ur, g- vjljon t
_- 10 h "' I t'. ing of Bist day covers f f n 'he Ca'sa det 11idaig"o a'
6'e 16undlng of, this the conimem;'o'raiti' stamp'. Extra . . . . . ...
grand- siing, ve ink" X c0.
hatib fi :by D personnel have been hired -just, neighb orb bod,
vi hay idle, the, I la of $200,000i!& t I !&.Po
ndez :de les; in. to- rge numbe'r o Su as
'P.M., 071 y,,.September *V requests, for'first day cancellaii
R., (Bill )Jtio i. Twenty digfiitanes R.O. C01117, ing from S' and, Witshing!d Tyler Abell as.; Followlng the ho-Lir-long cere pam 'we
asber" genera are mony, the National P rv;i. ton for.1he dedications, as 11 "pL articipate in the ke, an agency of the U ., S. Deiii as representatives .from, -the Organization of Amenchn -States.','
_par of' the Interior,
marking the.' issuvin fment b6l
,rsary stamp be- host for an open use at
V, I li I . .
est, glacig, of, Cas- the parj service s new'fgcilities Sword 11 g h t i n g colorful
Cog. The -cereii. which include a -new office and booths .costumed- mejTyniali
._:vvith adniinistration building, and at a gigantic 46 'cake,,-dntek
,at" 1-K arril birth
e th n Marc s 'esting displaya' a n4 coll
concq7t,_to b e._Casti!16'de ga o, where &tions,
e c erem y at k'rite r'estffi g I texhibits worth $.87,- nightly',, firlew.oriks, 1 2 sicians an ipT9fessional.z. and z ocal. entextainrnent 'are-in, store ze Orange nr
onvilfe) Weekly 3,337 for "Dias 'kip- E S ie ber 4t1r -thr6t"'h tli 8th. A
ur jsoied b th,6
be-r, Cbiiiifien6i. An beginning
6a e Evening, r aV 46,. O'.cloc this
tj Irthday' pa:ft.- -will
take, ace", on,: histo c St. eqFge.: 'tTj
G, rom, V e city
Gate areal, sout ward.-_ A
bir thAay c
"exact'L r replici"rof Castill.6- d San
Marc6g, bf! We ne A
I I I
6er -eighth, wi I. hij hlig "Dias
do Visit I ing d igni.
St-_1 A.U
taxes -gnth6r_ to o sexive _,
gustine's -official 'birthda" '
Continiiing: ',throu gh te m_b 61, _'_p-t for Fri4ay 'e've-L 77 ---- 77_
iftgg, IS the syropboni diama 1" R -x
,4n6th v )k -EF S IGHTE ,PRAC E i- FO -fIESTA
e_1 00th .", T I C niver4, 6 ug 1i 'of "Bar A 14M UC
wr' h
i itten by Pjili reno m : an i in- leping- uj swWorl dxama
13 biques or,, 'a yeali's" 'Mky:P'-rize N inn'eir 4z. iia GrE44,- Andf 'in Sjp4in Fiesi:A', -in & "ot-h'er,' 4 the W t' '_The M L 1 eautifi
t ] 'L 's, eve:fi ht- t e- a,
idle L affoidi- Visifor tells co or oh,
-t i 6ML-, fyi
of" 6s, ei nfa Yci gl n P oto-grap first
4u 0
DeLand Sun
A. pit,., E-6,134 ews S-61239 Tampa Times sente agami ine t E-42,655
omi :lati,: Jidhe -.!t,6oU- -e'arl
er. L AUG 2 6 196 eptemb AN, 2, 6 1965
'n vergary- W1ass
i"Afte :whe"I N
-wag$" Mafs_- 4p
Y "A inerica will b '114 16 ation, of ve ve-c6tit stainj'will
Ir -sb enin- 400th o-rs ai, rk 100 I b t uc by the pogt, offiee on, ienibpr
inSt.,.AuguSW16 SaPdfl:la lniobfi -as' he'.:' (ifHolic'l -Church jieivancle,'_4 ,
-qbservei; iti' 6taft nLIV
1 It *MI-be- ifttrodud*4 by th* was', a p ade, now Aj
0 4448 no wlirda bi 1i Nombre RT tAU ADALE Ad*n as, t _1, F'O The thi
I h _rva"O, fiig 4xi Tuftpike AuthorodroL..'Menen. 'L-J _I L t,P, f, ', All tj Onsider expansion of
Cel br, t6 dez' "Oe -AV1 es ,, a ier Lopez thd 11LAj 'L", 2
d1n n6 0 gr r '-I- I 11 facilitids',at Fort Prum,:'Yeehaw,
U
2ust e e 'bn-, Septeinib'e V- 8,', J-M- jjfid & SsLlf -Marc Jun Uon 'afi& Wildwo6o- during iis Aii t' i tin scheduled out, to 111 1' A', 1 P gus mee "g Di, 48& A'l b M0,nday t Apahk&icolaiim
to,
:;F
LEO iid The. board mO disc iss' end of t fie"::. o I d"- 16r AW larging the n sti, Tant
'usua !e er R %'n got Id en ::In; ,
res a remn 'Druin'.,
6 hr ten n e, b j1
:61 VaftfA 64t* u dight ft In the sitr*'eii and -in ty b Ifitr ma'a
_6fthe ancient a bo6ijois afb, 1&44 66nl6s planned I- - I- . I Miami Herold faundt z 4j nefth axid Wildpart,8f the spontaneous. e ntbrtairiinen planned fdr. M-335,739 S-401,919 or 7 I .. ...














CelebrationA


as.Holad, Smathes

v. ,urs ,And Other

wnitaesA
e r: Spessard"L."'Hlantenrhrms Saih co
George A. S m 'athersj, ony..

Tbi Aams, joined by Under- Su'nday. afternoon dedi'cationts, Sereay'of, ,Sate', Thoms Ih frtAt2 k m.be eti THROUGH TE CTY GATES ON HITRC 8T GOESTREET

4ebe 8 to'represent this na- Q uE' e n ,zIsabella., Principal
foeg 4eegtos c spokesman. will be His Excelencodng:to Earle }V., Newton, cy ,An'gel Sagaz, Spain,'s.,Direc'-Gen1eral .of the city's tor- General of United-States afNa l o QutidricentennialLComl- fair Is from -the Foreign Mi itry &nMdrd -Since 'the gre
_ Teiplomats wild:naugurate- symbohizes the linki between i 16wfalitiesi for future cultural Spalin and- her ft ormer coloIes
ie_ nnaos h mo PT on eill: beigivenib r Up "ereanndd s, e hmo ou ree th 9 n
'el U ited'Staes w ileh' Al will, ih e acros the ,treliet






fo~oe thaphalf its life was a'he m Asi new structure built.

eil aof HeOraniza,]tion I its ddinc atp iX6io t 300 pr. rica States fgcrmash Unerste ar of CSate~ hoas


ofA eian S ,Thomas M ia wl r 'de c 4etat blic Sinvted to mall mebesofh6ASAnb dam t tha fIthfnloftecys

sw inter American h6 h ead- o ofct ficasadtheSpns a oafora culhaprogbras day, cake whih, hencut w
I il lonsol-v l s eak















5,W .Toas ,alxc w ch w s vin~i hdal

uP m'elr 6' Spins"ecn Sos4ul aMgt mpr r

aa o Mry"dn Burls at- WuASH~eINT~nil (AP)m~t 8'. h e oldadGv lrdaaGetHrtg
e 5 nl-,fo-r~ A ernday Ientr AmrericA eveloment By11t Jniro rnsa ebatat


en- ,'_m'e4 onios,. toi Floridad a Spanp as inW-hthybb r of e wb a










stanr nis SEP S 196 rpff Llepli ao In domt~brh n t n o ee
whic li ~ "Ety,- of'lii~ Atiggtin .Itsjhugur xhibi h il '4v.WdJieIg opene, -ater he iSe~t. A San A Sti

PanA~m0icau-,mEq'n.



ftnk 4~l~ii hlkle~I ~ ~ ~ 1B~
'o e Asecalpotgestm hno- o gablevryhig on a riueio hirpoer f ndr ing he 40th nnijill f te chnce beter ten eves 'a Ie pan.'to, spuj~lnjjjg,- IS ancetha the maagedto oun Y4jetS "taj 1 oudig f t.Auusin~wllbe May odm tuens reba- t.Auusin, uid ston fr ib isued nltha ancent ct y y th 'm d eeo htlr rfeda tebrtltyo m ad atily iilz tecolc I ineal IL'' -t- any Count eylfige6 ria Siilr ridk7"gre Uitd taes os Ofie epa o tes aveturrs bt hi is tin f ndanswhm he fun ment ext Sturda. Thetbeaui-,. ecaus desenidat -of,,Pedo, k nenez, nde' cosidratin s:A~ stdentfais~totak occpyig th pe














fouilder,,- 4nd" qs.

calsatenin o loid' San ea nwhchthy vd orth O th mn hocmetoFlria Is eiae ac ht te eive h mA rmohr e ie te As decrbd y h Pst Idinswreonysenihuas. Whill tote il hoesO



Oficth tapwilfetrea Th onswh amit he te e Wrd h. od n







AUGS 2 5 IM965"P








i of assignments al iris Lapidus, and into the Boca the floo1 of several odel Rton home of Floridapohti- oomh I bummer in Jordan


cm enttaa dc bg




aln podes r a ndmant f tren t s ttatis

toa mba tile s h e o C u t r


meat-,aga in the fiant bt g e s e
eet tof atdeesg i s may h meet the assgn Arhr any ermanuFcturerg ince
r was openedMr me~~Vinnt of i a n or to the re- fedhs vvdtepoe
ad Je Feu ery. mote apd tmnt ofba tia on a ndt-s brought persoahzed dote ooL fee- o d sevrml/ Aa h~lro si i o sign to a level ofopopularius







War at ahai n

lidayiSt ewss a
faw Islan -d the firm w s
fromad Fember th blueprinte fro the date ofv tts firstfi n com maufctee to make hi deseg gng Theig aatd maufstr tited pletron markc witasrhitctlan mto ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o ahi steelltio mold and intoX b thel For Femer anonasoldsmtIgt. 0 h A n 31gsa iections thee tothleer make cote Teil, Lotema Wta b rof Cora grade aeir ein ref poursnam scoops ofe. pig Gable the protec patsn, brhght menta Inn the godtegawadfraddeclsatcwokSoimok a on t














owa ave pavdn mume than 6,e Til thltt is ornrnt PirroducrbteothCin o w,2nd tfules hos t litgOt moves thre matrn fro thgolvam am h ug h~our city, (nd th lanrt, -bt whoeibr,
noldband ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ rhp mapp etbcmheann lo~gCma aUtdaesserl feetE mof bse m-tureg, levly fte rmuacu sinblh thnsaeHIu usa
114 ~ ~ ~ ~~ ti cey pee atitc1g t 02 e hg a gn-~
bead Joe Fepeberd byrt ap rtd 2ftco6 n ruhtproaie e fl hor for several Ala e an integral par oid mo s n Fe be a e eefpo ua s 11htsn the -ta fasnt- ry f]nn s
o hoe chan. "" t n a rpoucinFnnilNw






emy eleh2ra ,o It ats th handmadepr
item~~ ehe ofeheuubaitulwic
design ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ d sgn r to 10tl f-ipngs errr 11 a alos a rlmey salM
inn aa on ee mc an rinto Sepo enbr n n s '0t. 4-8 Celebrpto n to HS aveU iq eEnet






















reene butolo wasx move to th uhhg efudn fT VOL LXV,,m 3+" ewaan Wiephto'.pevid NE Poty ad toT. provideNE betterA AT staff~ER O AU 306 temorryem



partmen have bee heetu.patn teSas lgo


dicate tha thee redH yelo.ad,
black~ co me oatv stmJsRp .R Bly a CMll~Depatmen average about1i 15oatin olofu ded-aio cere-a tt*
_d 4: commemorativee stampseaayear, ervA~~ncd Qrlrdls iet-i.l digu oe ptmfa iyw lao u o ci cou b,
iptrow~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ dayt.P40hbrhdyo Sias e f- cve r ius bTwe 4000
400h nnvesay-Wil e ue ,d 7t po- manw t, oal nfth eneoes nttec (SCLCg
-S~ben sgsie .&mt e n inv the os ofiequss 4tar1sfo
tl~~e envel i o s t showin scne of
mony~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tyn or draig aprorit th. erleome em~ Iet~ ~ uutAiWi ch f puig p i

.by';~~~an these have teotel eenfiq Amonge thend digt s, at t Gt

9 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o maier nrlsac,:6,ing, p on eSatuda ot latives -tamsthcmen or c e9


dnd'thd ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Olad Sentinelw ef~c. y r bll9h atPora wiII~~~~ ~ ~~ bOfetrdWa'ota,-aei155tA m(UI- Stamp







41


da kNblts' vi be
7_ s oti 'a 110
Fla. edITan and exp cet
,T AUGUSTINE -On: are
ept 8, or -exactly four In I bullalnw LU b6 constrUeted eOLrly in Lvov,
4ittirles from the day
that Admiral 'Don Pedro The Spanish Buildink iW
endM_ kie Aviles "tame contain art treasureq,-,furh1tuVj),,
estOlish St4ugus- tapestries and other items of
a3lotent. ; V the decorative art, all of an -or
u ricentennial. celebra- cient vintage and contributed
vW getunder way. by Spain. The Spanish Motu is'
prologue celebration start- also being carried out in two T, ",
new restaurants. One of -them is
esteMay, which wa& the
:.28 .1565) that Man-' in the heaxt of the reconstruct w e
sight4d'the Florida coas;t. ed area; the second restatirartf
stamp com- has jilst been apened.on Avdni-. First 01, 4 ,Ar.. 0, es da Menendez, near the Old.40rt.
rating "th 0thj''.
e city's 40a
VW asue -X" L WOBRB; 0"OSLIET,
i d- yesterday One important difference be '131 ,
tween these,. restaurant and, Editor, a tomorrow, there
'ceremonies ontheir'qounterparts, as they may AUGUSTM .
-rtion of ;St. have existed centuriLs.ago Is
t They'll b6 mdrehing: 6941A
ge 'Street, -two-blocks of: thai--the new ones are-. altd. fdrd j "ng!4. is an&Hl be ren= d Calle ondltione J -In
.1, 4 s, weeke
as the Spanish originally rid e t th
'D I
6 ays hi Apain,
(I it. There will, be a formal The ature of the opening
ati6 'of A -gala fL ImXk of tji6: QuaArlig-mthe restored festivfifes will "be "Di& de 'm
ga o4, the. street," Includhe Imtest additibij, the, Rj' P91 11 (.Days in SpairO, which 77VIA b6 carkY -ns Will start, next Saturdiky eve- dn4 iS) R ,,H6uS6.-':
nit ve days,
and continue for ff esg
ssioll Charg be strqJling traul; 4 4i:of the t0tit
resto 6d Ribera House is dours, firew.prks-diplM. ,:danc'furnished With I 16th-. 11 ax clr; fes I-landla An-nd with fng in the streets by. amenco
the Celebration" (61 '1400
and 18th"century period da icers from Speli Spa ijsh
pa an and French sword Ighting 'and Years 0 196try
acquired, in S in
t] 6 same-or I a other contlnuoua entertattmenf, Lag
at-, Ohrlstiell$ Abs 30 gaily 60rsted boothi was a focal
'It be A smsR, will line St. Ge I rge, Street. ot v 11 r Ights moveim eni it -was
Sion to I the J, At noon onSe tii Rop here t Alt Dr.;_ dr in Luther,
le, at which hostesses Will an Catholic Chiiech,*Ili oon IcAng Vafs plotui4 nationally.
t. visitors with Its Ws, duct an open4l hlgh MASS in Ahe passfl c of the djacent't6 the now A on ress. It wasthe area ai
16f6 t it Amt was rumored
Ation of the pan Amer. Voqve -Church, i hfch is under st, iut6tine Rato
Center has been set for -IDENTITY-Section of St GeCir e Street, now to fll b6 fhat'King, hek&,of.the outherp NEW 9 be called Callei #60,11 constructi Th. w I ii l , -, bbristlan Lea ersl
saturday. 'Thix' event AN' offered' by Archb J0 d Congress,
.,subsequent dedic4tl6h of P. 'Hurlet ass st6d Wouid, re
six pceiVe- the
LL Spanfsh Building, 'will be rates the,,t9ritier. structure, from 11yatt Runt*gtoh, so toted treasure that -owl-red. PMOsts -..
lJghi6d, by interniailonal the Pan ei-ican C61it vnR sculptor, who, It'
ar, to the from the ZPAnish.-ISbips ,that A log altit, resexabling f ,Mu'ch
cip'atioh A delegation of be dedf a'ted_',next Sunda A P
restoration pr.0jeet. were I wrldeked off 1 tIle FlorldA closely, aa possible the one t': t u j 6 bill
"officialsfita2ithe Organiza- stalue of Qdeen: Isabella of boast 250 ydars ago.
of, Axr4hd i States and Spain,: who was rulfhg wh Father Upft used, for 'the firs svii&' honor tb ,
en 4's e 16 't -St nn&n as e mea it' ibu tIgn ta th mass on Sept. 8, 1565, h b en
54a Will be Christopher Columbus made his Stftho, f"n 8 It another kructur6,erect4 qladrio6litennial W tll be a c IL ol- built for the occasion. At least Au gu qidit N 6groes.- SCLC s 1 411 it,
nt for tht'sli. ed: tor th6 qu&m lii
geremq1xies, fampus ,,may _; dlt 'b-e c6ntenn1xI,, the lection 8f maps,,, charts and 4,6ft worshiperA Comm age, are expected 9, f6rce in the Spanish Bflildingand the veiled in the''Hispanic Ga rden. I Florida.. Buildink, will house. on d6cu ts ip,
ments 'rdlating, ty naviga- to attend, the c6n*Aneniorativa atzi spark -now a. w man,
Girden, which s6pa- It'-is th6 work,'df' Mrs. Annalits first floor &'.portjon of the tion inAhe c4ribbean In, early mass attractli4, soft 'voiced M s. Vivw
6ille Pitm m'er.
Palatka Daily NeWS Sun-Sentinel there ire 27 Negroes in,
E-5,272 Pompano Beach M-22,537 'PTeviously all White school I S.
(Nearby,. Palatka, has an-int6w
L AUG 2 7 1965 Vation record of 108) T #6 oight4, ninth an 12. grades bave
G AUG 2 7 1965 7:
no Negroes.
0 _Xf Hanging over: e county's
'an uncompleted 'court
head is
i t b by
rought three. years. ago by
e nNegroes.. Federal:
Floridd Stamp
St Siiiips6n in Ja'ck0
handed. down $1
final decision on e case yet;
U g ut e ds,.TiiCu!r11ig 601:
amvy.: Fiqo Ay'qk

SW fe wdll app6a-ri in rf j1 I 6., for, pi., t- tX on Al re e4tiy ,cZni li ted at',,the y ] njjng Spanis_ so T& 0. and 11' 9ImpPn:,_ could. decide A.hat the,
tdha befi _oq 'es., WAS ING Ao, LTfie P st castle tufr-08, a je, OW iip", ceremony r -v,,a s a' o4ion of, 66 Cubo
antinui thr&ugli The' staj so ool system
Onal, StL te, and je- a, def nqe -Y om WbAch" once' Office Depgrbnent reported Pennant- 11 for fu I Uer arc-led' the 'city,. an(l v wlc on,-the, tftnev.atliwon Spmeho*-,; r But
-,,'wjbhJo ei di rt I "t Thursday the:, tbe, -Judge
the 4 the, te, axea, to pr6Vide an at- Office of 39dii'
minemorate CAY'' Gao tomplex of ele tx.op C", me 0- the caof a ,starnp ,6
; . I :_, 1, ad thi St. q'Ohns founding 144"be 'WiT hosi ar totli st; ,G-6 r rror giat.would
,ljouse t-ractdve'entrance ge PIP ri 'h p Str, : 'A tCfi
st oi 0 shoWl ow t itade Philatelic., history. alfical. an unian et ms6ratdon ProJe 46V
1.1,10 : E bitS dogs at :th6t -B 11- Mrs. Plummer is iortfiosd Xhl orth some W,,00D' Dqiring'tlie day follo"n'4 satm 1R., "Buly", It Had-1:b6Whed sheet 'qf'5V- ID one
abticati,, e ''I remony, graving -and' Pifintlng,. a s et, t 'fiapp .'about the I' Able,, A. isist- in cqk. ;: d4'01ud s6v- T rda, "s, ce 'd6dioatfoiis wiW he Whor are' no eral, undred 4Aifacts !ranging,, 15' 'h eld,,,f6r -, a' nu rn'ber 'of'r6stora'-.' 10 r td.a, tennial eUer o -,200 stam iltOmplkhd' 'Progii'e ss, and she__ekM 69: stamps reached the Public, 'a tis fact on op.eqily projeets, _8 turdqy, Sept. 4, the" 'yellow latur
_Wnpons' aT, ,can4 ',Dia.3 de E,_ pana, sponsored W ,Biit ilie, nuitter of the schools epartrnent. spokesman, s rets pd poh.naqt chrde,:, out p'-'qa'arking the qijad- i b ta it ffslf. t. Augustine Jaycees, will begin" or ot it, could have s'old 6'r.,"inbr- white") is aot, ibe "liasic. 'reason -f jz pre-gent- nets py-sters- arki datil p&ppers;_- Wutink the, 400th AtmlversarT tomorrow. s- Marc to1hd% slave re, five-d M r e ec es, anxi,
It ',I, 'd to the .Mu- the ity, with a i., a Y_ than- tdjqw. Insteal of Its laae Phe -ok th
irthday, party. go".' J, '50fi a : 'signs it
Y, 1 for seuiii; 'Labo 'tory Washington; $ 4se rd er elier 'Mazed. '_ i t6se-..
&
-Stai p goe& i n- cI'e;' F-till sey
_w Nation l A fadwdiW Sah Marc '-Dureau employee pqtt0dlt
on s
wt, with Goligr6ssmar St. 141 Saturdly Sa'tufd- e 1 pd bus d p catioii.
ay, nig .While jfting
niaster of cercillonles., M the nation through th' xscar,&
J RQW: 1. irther
t the'stamp album
Hama It backgr he Ity Merald day. has', fi ,red f one pan RT fact 'j a
E U 6,lr
S-22,127 a,
W1 eb is ond quarter-',o'f-- a Miss
i1 exp, okler".-.4a tiny -yeub 6et ad. ed 'Ifs, y 40
AUG 2 7 1985 -Meant W -three more fw- ch
pallbs of"50;$tamps ea haa'
d
Ul he bureau, but ated in
0 'fob
St ly ir 'd been Ahe th d ha j hippeq',
f '0 of
M tit
St in 7s ,4 Oth A6Ply
10T$Ctry
'After a tbree-days6fch t r.
S (AP) A
u servance Of; the CiVs -400th :he sta inspecLqr$ owl' I five-cent stanl about, 250;iM commemor, Wihivprsaty, : I has received PC the
1' 11 11 e 'ue ts 'for first day can eJJa- pane, of UU11 ,win be infioda.ed b the p6 Attend- c -_ f dbkl ing' the 11 6Lrn, cef6.
office da St' Supt.' Albeit ONeill in, the
--A*stine Saturd mony at., Castillo'de San
The Herald-News TheStamps will b Id aao.-P64 offici.
itiondl Monur e
PASSAIQ, N. J. 6 ntwill. be, ReV., At. St. Au StineSlt4'd b uVt I3ilIY) Mathews 141a 31 .0
be avajj Lble spokesmar an&,Asst.
D. 77,982 QstrnArt k department e kie Ty.
I 1 r A-K.11 Post offices bE J' Qqid hp iq fniriv rnnfident t6t











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hftio u(-'ti f a om me' m6Wive, sta J 110
h':ihe J d ion -d bp in,
nde 6ffhe 400ih- aA 4 s kk:!6f St.; d:The'' three- co'lor',stamp, *011-_.be: ,intro in a ceremony . 'Ping, A' 3,tly b I y th6.,Yo Office liepaAinent and thei,' _.Ma-l tioiiai P k, th I e rt-,
yard '6f, 1 Castilloede.:.' San Marcos ivionument s 4rting at"I Q'.45, a.m Congre-s Tan I)., R; (Billy) -Matact as,' Master,
q r rp 11 o I Ales.. 11(14:ssistant P(')stin t
as pr.., er Abell, -will' giye the:, cblhili lnor'atlve siamp, Address, of be 11 -,will;fre sent the stamp i l41 Quadricentennial Comm
Other,'"digniinfreSL OJ Jlng or, the Jcaiio A, include Juan, Ramon
Par llad ,, -6psul: _g'en-crA1 o-f"
OrleAns, 'M
,SpaiaAn jev, ay-or Louis Rittdr:-6f Jacksonvillw andTa
the tion l '.Park Serviee"rep..resenting tiie, .De irtr 11 ..
Interior..
T e c' 'ny
ereTno _p", -with aFband Cone 6rt'-by', the,,536 lb',A irForce, Jr, lux
Force Biise-,,!
1116 I Ilded in the hour-long
emonjwill-'be' aehural pre 4nta-,.
Y7,-the 'east the st., Au,gusti,4,Quadii eniennial ma, Cross and Sword, and,,the:pres-' dntkion of St.' 'A'ugu' finie',s co'1'6r
'1F'Royal' Fami y.
OWinit _--th ta
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will" b V Bank' exalnine )panisli tjeagUrerWOrth
open for, as tine., f tiqna
.l)ublie -ig invit d t,' i"e:kIlli6ii diiriiig. t1jeL r "-nu Y, and n
this
A, 'L P 14 walved. 1, facilities of'ihe'' 1 a- j, nal Park Service, at '.Si, Augiistine will be..openp th6, p b,lie'all da vdtho'utcharge yers
6
g7 id y- the eeremon-y-,.;w_ asI:; S-22,788
,scheduled to take place on.:t p rc i. green, 'bptFit ha s h ow" b 6 6 Ti
oved th It o 6, L AUG 2 9 19 '11 ourt .Aii isi& th,61 Ex.1of a go Id isdt at w6ighw oy-a cousfies,- -or the. spea ers tl ,F A' h Bank.. -1 27'' nd sil.ve am $200,&0 Wa8 b ht t S :It -Wi I go: oil ex- '20 oun" n. la pou
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-g us tiz ie t i Na I Z I Wher'e, l w-1 go '1ib:itonaii ij jjb' da State disc' at i A in, e "t' 7 umquq ea ure will 7be A. 'e A a:- n 99 on e ibiti 'next wee Ekh ibitibn, B11M nz ''on, King i 16 Jtjmoj ; .1 ailability t b- le
6 ,,Quadric ntennial 'colebra,.: 8tiea Thum; collection is part of 'a $11A bennial::' 'cioninidihorative isfargp. ti
On. Phe trustees b t 6 Interhal million treasurb -co ec ion e F1 af.the., fort. Alsb-- the Post_.6f' 7h treAsure, part of. a .:$I i Improy6nient Fund, 14,uthojrized. by,., the trustees aAe it Wa
fie e -,Dep -art hient *ill.46 set up cac h6'. b ro' Uk t up up from the: oc6an-1160 fjLd j the dis'plLay of the'_ easurd, 'r t to c ancel stanipea 464v'bni ..'SpApi h -gz i 11 h Th 61164ion Whi6:*jjl be 17..'Trts te',-, -Were r,.prqm t e, o0eall; "'v urel,
Ida *ought 'eichib in&ludeg' 287 ',n;,, 7. _t 15, state a cover e, s S :in the ese -pro- 6 1 b" pi t: fort.,. 'Th f 10pr, 0 1, u F!, r it 6tii-- gWd ating b '. iitd& At the.., 400,grams will, be"- istH -thej: hete" b. arnl()re d ri lck iiiia ds ', icoins 8,)8 sn er eqi s! al_!, -gnient- the treasUre,
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(UPI) Assistant Postmas-.e--n eeal Tyl'e r-- ,1356117 Sk&x, day dedicated a new five cen postage stanip, commemorating the 400th anftive
sary of the fou--ding of ttus
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city.
f c -1 a:, "S 'a _brA, Ai F A "C' 9, ite" rig is aft r 6rc'e band,
't 'e r q ash o e an rcbs "I '. rIPW
G neral 0 wirtya ,ii ., M'.1, A. 1. iht'j yellow, blac'k and
:V.16W h The red, , -j"'.1 ;'d-f I A ,
oww PT.. e 'Oqcas 12 white stamp depicts New stamp. ceremony sh' P aye uring_.y" -I
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anaW I M&i 76f h 6 t o a: to ihe. s., qws o York.Artist Brook Temple's
_e' ni -t ii sp p a prs..xti Ve eW -t 'Ose 'att ipg.
the 'St. A courtVar _a's ,to -,escapp-, is cri.ng conception of St. Augustine
-Ugu d"w"i'll th b1i- tEfiinily T&Ahe i ft",ar Pker.6i& ph6t f o u n d e r Pedro Menendez
tini Roya me rs,0 ecas
planting the Spanish flag'on
4 Florida soil.
-A, similar postage sta p
w a s issued Saturday in!
s .su Spain, Abell said.
Rep. D. R. (BiUy) Matthews of Gainesville led, the
colorful dedication ceret P qos t,
monies in the courtyard of
n. rem L ie ny fort on the Outskirts of cornrnenioratingthe nati Ws oldest city. IV
A
ant ,Tistmdaier Gi6neral' :Abell office was Td in a ri j pa n.: established here In an, More than a dozen pickets
or, IdY -A), Satur e ica ion. spee h that from the local chapter of the S'n, tu eremony .here., Wag niadq'the 'd d" ti c 1821,, Abell said,., and hoted gas ua rf- pohs6md jointly 'by the U. cS. 8,.remind-: postal revinu h -wn from; Southern Christian Leader-a
Is uance 01 a F1,0 ridk"" Abell, remark e as gr *a features,,
Po t- bffico 1)- partnient sfricAhe (l- that' it-* "in St -:Aii- $220.05 in- 1825,to, an.-Aiffiml. r6v.4: ship, Conference (SCLC) pldtej, in floviA
'Jatei picked the street across from As N4ti Stine: t aizt&'Atst pen nenf enue. ot.mbie t;htn tU6; 'Park,' ervice.', an VO gu e..Jiret n 1 6bo -SWAD ,41
h eveiiim onal S a na,
"nttended,, by a 'I ''be h t; J 'day the. for during part of the jndl lakk in to
hedulc as part-'o em orL arge,,!num root s of
co r, -,ab
Fei;e In'd com- ceremonies. ere were nc in pergonsw 0, spliglit out th come t1f6% rated t tes-' lea i9ps Th
00t nni, e _shai&.
tillo'; co 'pb htM_ He' id irst evint, tore4uir ', urtyard 0 sa that the,6nibfi-i ora jv, -i s Wp wi,14 be' 'Incidents and*the picliks lef Bra p a4ngS. Aukustii ows of-Ahe cas n I t te I f't ho hotj e6t,:
O'Dgiesstnan_ C pa is _t iLt popu T t about five minutes' before
(Billy,)Zone mornings i etr6tioi t 4)y h- lar one B .t Xugus ine
H" -, poet- office the ceremonies ended.'
Matt **S, PbA-- summer., :.ihey(ciiula-iumiv jt ,-Abe- .N -is proqe8sing requests JYL
induce 'than, Abell said postal service in qne4 Abelljj ad- Jmmectiately kkf ter e L rp-- World L Certaj n I d lot moko" day
is _h,
'NA th ] njj$h_ t St. Augustine began 400 d- mp L*
'Er-piok' 'Te years ago with twice-a-year .or- ece, n _h ? L
Y( hi New )7 j1% d rl ',_ I., c z:
J*c ye W' 'R 1 1 mail packets into a current 'Poet bffj eS st4 'fact h, $326000 6. year business.
1. r "K, a i d'N* commemora g, martin In' danting, 'the, -rq 61 b
0 te 9i",
f ,,Sf. Auegu and-, d y he',initia, sprint ngwissk 114 'ih t
ain on, 10ri A so gi
F, 6H a4 466,,, 4s g6' ,-by 1 on, 71,iiia, ;,, L"
3-A-1 ion u g owingjF the -dedjohtion
-dti C 'fi4iman, Matth wo, repre- ool$, t *'iC6 f'hy' il etc ell
_- I r* .1. lbrida
nUe sun tat e--kimm'this dlftjjct Was,_ ft Tallahassee Democrat
neous.: sep V xor MeTnOrativck stamp E-22,265 S-21,856
the postal -a ffil f ceremonies and'A i0st; 1'"The
ly y matration mas r o s", a -,of df-itar
in Herb rt o
DAUG 2 9 1965
e' Ationat, ,Quaq
18810111, or,
'a t A, mayor jo ,
aile, j. ad sonvilla I"ay
oui amp
the, t*6fi' 1 _Park
a I a
ceii. 'd '. ,
ov Haydon j3urm',
accepted by, tate 9so. Gren... Henr3t
W. mcmiil ii and:.JPan:-Ramor,
1 ,reliada, -consu genera A nniyersar
okleun& y ST., AUGTJSTM,
T61;ii A "!ilbilm, ieservled 7A ve
; Or don Johri cent postage stad emorating the.: 40A
Florida's -disrov-ery w Is- Ued 'A, concert by the Wtb as ...... Air Force find 11 here. Saitm in, the faiae of
4 from Patrick A! la 0, cO, ase, was pyesent4 vit-rightspick g.
P I 'totheceremon)r.
4,st.'PWt7n TWNYI& Ab I Augiigfiri ig Royal p Ihe iss offii6iated:at
t in fr.
sa- th Orin
p1q, oo 8 Castillo san j 6 ]% a W! ffitrodiliti6d:1 1, Mr leafib k6iument, a reitoled .$OanW'
BAmes, dir 66r4enera "I fdrt:01ice usedtDdig
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By, IX ON .-45,,-1N4io,6 test th k'b 6tiy: e, ayor john A pro:pmatplY i0qn;' St. Augustin Mth t i tAt, as r e h we
aff W, it J ksbuyille'MaYor t4uls' ZdQ liwil ot e, A00tli ':Th e Ptiefly on the .'
ap -u I ST thi "'Swr
r, pP.: cas a ng -S gas pro- Inarche;i8 arrived ift rjbe ,,ce-re- 1:qey tfid*s;,'Ant the tT9
i .. I % IR 11 %, 1 c'. # i '-Ap ox atel IS Aned I I q the I-ee"'Idoim ro'' or" &i",
ko es 1h4dj b oxii!
1@gun iii8i moni
Tersoq 1, 4
the courtYg fort courtl4rd 'The -' dolej(k4on 'tq- et, b
,d inside Cp"O do j wtbr
San went 9p.-, e ovlo8s, st2j5sj
Marc ois,'t o d ay -to witn 6 ss the
issuan'ca of a s4arnp commena -44 vk V lot, rn oi 'P WaWng in a tfid6 idi % urlo tMeT h a tominutes (i n 'The byix rating',the rity!g',400th Ana er ri'Ahe"fort law

'Ibe, crqwd beg :,arrlving -'for of the 4etivitia, joaj ,the 11,U h le
t e reif 6fiies sfi6r't if ter ',j6
W 0-Trien yt,
'a.m, and,,was entertaihe& witfi
c6ricert'13 tli6 5,3 6t Q.,
spo e r ei y on I o aster hn,,-A,
Band 'frorn P trick Air rnen i of theNatio'nalPark Serv.... in e roveinent of Castil- 61i to' oland
,Af ter,;, the- cob4,e, the'mnte '" 10 lde 'Sah M co& He'alsqjo fitfort t h, C11 sfk I "T se: ON ofcere noni ost o I C edout that T I 4 6's P lie *qrk..qfilh g "
d Was"not COrripletod "Work. is, not alMatthe;#s;-intrbdt1-ce thej;"ests W ...... he 'pbst,
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finL edL as;' we' ean, -more -* ttmt, t I u W,; Prels6nt',- t tl e qer'empaies" werts
I tirie
Sevef al -,St. 'j _-Alstbftins and as ckir 01
Johm -Courcty, imk throughL'OUr gav e,
&fi S to pdesib'r, Irne
city ci 19,; n. chang
Ieqry x6 iesenttng j, ange t a program he sai 1 wft alf&gk, o' a 'post 0 f ppl t
,Gov.'Haydon Buins; St. Au- m, X 14ae
gus b di 4'A z, Tfie2 6 emony p 't tod 50*.w': the H nl 6
,i ti, b ",Postiii teideorge', Bii; ett;' E t or fir'st"in4 series of events plann6d
ze onal direct he -PpMG1. to
of j to Off kb d ith 15's
t.be Natio.nal ParklService; Juan mbrnbr i i he 400th blrtid y, of',
RaMon ParAllelada consul ,gen7,j' all mail h f)- th.eir In the, city" '-Tfie 1 65toration Comj$, J i'VdItio 1, Tpagazm eral in' ji 11- 0
,ain misslo MICLjk U 11
pf Sp 1 ew,, "a" 6 sell serl A of
al
and,, Members of thec St. Augu as A%
166', "of histi)ric -- uijdings,
'tine Restoration ComrnLsswn.
al, TY- may, al ,M -LUU vp1ls age.a-f esta as tb'reqt res is sworn,-pat'h'- ures
e, j- -,.th keyn6t -ipeakerj M e j ob s erv ce. t 0 "C r' 'a' ek d 0W-fl,!jio tfi
Lsaid, 4he, fi1rst.,'.,pbst, 616661 wag it jdi6jt,
founded in',,St.' Xukustlne in' i82l"q-1 b' s. eyon S"t t,
e C d 'the revenue iaV yto se! e Kly; 'Cuttl at th ftiges
*1th,' Ahe' pts,,., o th0d, A6 '4f ib
that ti, P '46' T e Wbic I ls
the Pre sent post L olslLX. t h a hite ,HOUSe, St' to, Vith JOO candl6s, and d
;A 011, sald. 6at, 10 e e by guests Iho vim, "' je e
thdv4n: 'k' .1 ., '9 j, -the
rd s' revenui aly a tbe
for, one year. of obdratiow. totakd, O Vili6li re
ed 'vwM,'$325,
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dav "hasAo 1(19se,
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SP COINS DISPIA
issiied in-Spain-als6q H6,cslld&
rold (left), pres- are 287 5 the -joint, gold cohij,'Aga- s
idenT, of the di)f 0 01 'doopera-uon., rst National Banl f d
Ab"ll d seveiidl Jjrst is ho h, ver, ;p, sj'a, q grnent of.V
present( T,
4%Mp, jl Banj- cil 8 6 wIllen weignl ,,261 OulleX Ident.. Pound silver di c:
7' 'd
ums *k,46, ,
iouowj g The;, 6e Is
L1iUY;.7AaMi1fe'-'- Silv axke exic6,
albilm was set aside Poifi6n, of Spanish,; gold ar d 16942.1: The
Lyn(lon Trustee,,; t6e in L vlw ,
-d- tpi-6,4, improvement F6& for -Zj X-' Pf sl(lent R biWeii 4hich ig to'be displAye
th(! ivho rkeiveditfie'fi twday' at] g In the t t", zut onzed the,:dis Florida Stite B Iding
V19111Cte I Q SL Ai gtine Monday throuih-'. Pi' f r i e-, quaarjc tenhial Vv :Ws
urns; 11. E. olfe, chitrnian of Sept, 10.-Included ln::t e :66a
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to see the start of the hundred thousand orders down the right side is as

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ain's highest offi- year that a high Spanish digni- delegation to come to Tampa's visit St. Augustine in conne-. Angel Sagaz, director of Minister of the Interior l tary has come to Tampa. Latin Quarter. tion with the 400th anniversary United States Afaii-s in the a Iai Alnna Vega D Manuel Fraga :Iribarne, The visiting delegation 'f the ldt e't 1t e d foreign ministrJ, and his wife. n amlo. Aonso Vega; of te oldes cit 7t eR~e fed...a' banqe minister of information, was the is sponsored by the Florida Cit- Jse Luis Morris Marrodan, first minister of Spai ever tolrus Commission, co-host of the Sates director gener al of local a .daSnight at the Columbia viitlTampa when he was here affair with Cesar Gonmart of iance.o n r, o isa amia Dct. i, 1f. he Columbia. However, after numerous tel- at a s mle.
Oct. 19, 1964. VincnteIbara Vrgeaid
Alonso heads an entour- After a gala banquet at the More than 100 leading citi-lephone calls by Gonzmart and Viscenle Iarra Verge, aide name 30 Spanish officials Columbia, Dr. Fraga said that zens of Tampa hare been it- Manuel Balota, president of the Io Gee. Alonso. S Augustine representa-lcoming tb Tampa was the mostlvited to the banquet. Ybor City Chamber of Com- Alvaro Armada, Count of akng the special trip to exciting event of his tour of the A reception will be held atl merce arrangements or the trip Revilagigedo, "Adelatando de a a motorcade. United States. :, 830 p.m. The banquet starts here were successfully cam-la Florida," a "governor" title
The experience of Dr. F gaat 930 "p.m. pleted, inherited from ancestor Pedro instes visit marks the was reported instrumental in The Spanish officials had Accompanyitg Ges. Alonso Menendez, founder of Florida, time in less than one the decision of the Spanish first been only scheduled to and his wife re: and his w ie, La Coanesa.
F ernando Suarez del Villar, Mayor of Aviles, sister city tb St. Augustin, and his wife.
iTallahassee Democrat F L O R I D A Ochief a a nrqUin Entrambasag a. SS-1,Echief eah and projects dee-21,856 CLIPPING SERVICE apartment, Ministry of InformaP. BOX 10278 TAMPA, FLA. 33609tion.
l SP5 1965 Miami Daily News Jose Farina Ferreno, manaig9-11-a2 S-114,204 ing director, Banco Credit Local (Bank for local credit).
Jaier Barro so SandezGuerra, architect of "Casa del
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Mercy del al; and his wife uis Lopes Ballesteros, counMarks
sof information; and Carlo Fernandez-Shaw, ultual ounselor, and his wife. Id


Hosts from St. Augustine are
Gen. and Mrs. Henry W. MnT Millan, Earle W. Newton, W;.I Drysdale, John' Versaggi, Mr. and.Mrs. Raymond J. O'Brien, ver er o and Mayor and Mrs. John Bailey.
s Among the Tampo guests at the gala event will be:
.Gen. FPaul D. Adams, head af oethe Strike Command at MarDill a Air Foree Base; Mitnh Emanuel, presidentof the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce; Ellsworth Simmons, chairman of the County Commission.
dobF ht Dr. Henry J. Fernandez, presiera 4.dent of the Barri o Latino Com mission; Tony Grimaldi, presiD.. mie dent of the Columbia Bank; Eda t t h itage die Spoto, president o f the A l, o a r a a ; iwad Johna i :aconn dt oa St AP s president of the 'First ONa, Trterir Miiste 'L 1,00 tat n cty I'inthe Bro and wM s ay mn deighbodhoodn'








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Leon Cazn, director of the Vega mid1 oadooboe Latin-Amerrcan Fiesta and the
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S tdR YD,"pnards"' duel, sword birds of cockatoo reds, parrot greens. A jaunN A aginst word, on the overhadgitig bal- ty band will maintain cotinual1 fanfare, while N ~ ~~~ cmsoStGere Street next weekend, next to them an amuaet upar will echo
thywl esahn awa 400 years for St. delighted sceams ofyugtr. Anid all snual b1 tecy'Jaes a s yeor for nging, troubadors anid Gys instrelsi musrome togianicproiottosb with the plaintive throb of thei guitar ad Q c acordion will wander the street minglingith S.George Street, toe seme of the Cas- the public. Historic characters, anch as Car
tla-iefstival, is to be blocked .from loa, the boy King ofSibain, in authentic cong
rubigauitomoblnes, modern conveyances fume and poartrayed with the polish of at shiny.
hvnnophace on this street returned to a gold doubloon, will stride the crowded passagemgiienit age of horse-drawn -carriages and way Alad not far away, Castillo de San Marbrlii fkigalleons. Booths and exhibits, in cslosol
an Old World- array wil1 line the narrow by- Although called "Day in Spain," the celeway, spilling into the reconstructed houses bration spans five nights,. September 4th.
along the way: Old coins-,' old guns, old dolls, through the 8th, 6 to 10 p.m., magically reauthentic Spanish jewelry, glass blowers, col- capturing the ancient fervor of a Spanish
oddu paintings and even more colorful: Rare fiesta. -SHIRREL RHOADES OLD CITY GATES: Entrance t h atla-iefs~l
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This is the view along St. George Street in St. Augustine, Fla., where sorne of the old Spanish buildings have been restored to appear asR! they did in the.16th and 17th centuries.
St.-Au'gustine, oldest city in the United States, is celebrating ith 400t bitday this year. Ir' observance, the city abee getting a face-lifing which oddly enough, is designed not at giving. it, a-Nw Look but rather at restoring the Old Look it had in the centuries when it was under the Spanish flag-The actual. Spanish landing took place Septi 8,1565 but today marks the beginning f h
official quadricentennidl years.
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St, Augusti'ne in modernff mood

This historic city has al- north of the cluster of re- and. priests mde their first the magnificent Flagler Me' of Lions and yout come 1o~ ways been fun to visit, but stored homes, you can walit landing. morial Presbyterian Church _,stretch of 18 miles of wide this year I it is something through the ancient -gate, At the Mii idn, a build- which Henry Flagler, oil ,ty- hard -packed white san ext r a, special, offering with its flanks of restored, ing program is in porscoon who developed Flor- beach. It's a beach tha' something ,that -no other log fortifications. -featuring a, new church, a ida's east coast, built for, never% too crowded, a, plac American exc ,ty can yet du- Coebthgawiha library-reseaxch center and, one mil Ilion dollars in .1889. whe re you Cadrvy
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is bread ifulsit and e ort fr u saldmssion, ce SANDAugus Am eta fbi vclrul I uiECTFCLAR ofl acientne a rcve inbth We f ureceythe togh Thero St ic Auusine St.ag Augustinorasltiof durin thaew inte sesot Mrido16 and t gsne uutnee and yup are ne ovrloindireet sihadd rcetoalopruiis

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For'St.Augutin has tur the fot. UderAmer ciy onfou-land nail le~ip afd avrtig, o U.S Hihwa I r seni Thn yu cn dcid ho
been ged ng acelifing ican rul th for as a y u,.-c IaA 1 se hu dre s o Whc dl nuh sd-prsnfrtetai ,ei' cafot-lrd ih-ln o iht ae.t signd nt atgivng i a ole Indan eade, Oce- way IA s wel a on riv frm on pont o in kids o -fsh ragin shrk t tnyan

Ne okbu trsorn l. Yu a tilseh fee oasfo Itk ees oaohe.O o andth ns tae 5 eab my ecdetopak he c cl~fu,,roicl is, i the ld L okit h d inthe dark dun eon r- a th ir .n ati w habtat cenuri- e whn i ws uder rowbarI rd indw trouh Ddictin o th. coss, ad akea, ighseeng ou



'al quadricefienncal year be with, he frige on op wit getn itegneentog h culCat f.lrdS.Ags
franly T geta eqallyknowng ad orte downat hehees, s tday ictre f te 'pansh, andng ookplae diver, o evn asigt- ine as'a cmplte.ran arasln, pcauarhs u
Sep. 56. uttoaybe pacs or sparking eplia of ld try -n on- eveingcros3 seeng bat. f yo gis ,logga oudoff y oSt,, -- Spanih-Ameica,.with ev- i am y.Ofco


era ol huse retoed o he ovey ld ton Bidg sch vens s ada of ATTACION ABUN th mst pecaclarpl ofLin, ea utaln

paraes hrouh twn y Thre re iterllydoz th i 6 h a d 1 t e t r t e b a h s a d at n h nce t h r e -d a n c r n f t u it at a t o si



booths f-r Spanish-.style -ranging from



fu.ad uhntcwrk a
inooe fteoletsr vnsretdncn. touad f iealiaos

brllan ceessowngth ixace o dwnon i 1
vivig stuctues i th
Th mhai lce n Sota t' ad oseho r adhnitoee
cit, owretoedasanol fondngofth twnbyth Y
deictono tecrs i eey ebe f navr-195 t a ltnce
















HAVN, e S!ADSBDEW CETE
B SAMEL SUN. 11 TOWE


SEPT T 9 1965 5











tVol. 4, Number 8 August 31, 1965 e for stamp collector ofsr ths rgo accordmg toG r, en.eral chimnofteNw nln SapSow hc



Th ags sta s orw e pr h y 1 ma* atlorida, itoo itstrol wnlo



store sta tes yr othe fit tQuad egnnennial celebraons. See special
Neew Englan Stm grav gand Ptamping.h, andwhc

aeek fourth pane of whte cl a vy ee wll betwebd as t t e n wdBlroth $5o00 insHteBad-o

dncution f ith sho where erledst afour. a o thegas c ofll ectal cancellaionpt -2l4 2n pst off e 'hrougtiotwitheR ladNS.A G SIEFoia iior toldw h
Seilarnee tlae Theg jp ossih is no enly l pns CleRa" etrdt t rgnllo been:6 mde foerors an etluih or.ecloser ht, elw-esS
raft envlop featurm Qudrhetnna Augustmeons may yetetrniup Ne pla, ofte John v~ F6 Kenned of *b~he *
aner mealo nser ofusin the thi NeURINAMr camdte ale ofsp. o rcoverwl e T ed Dt therrutory of, Surigraiing, and.Priliting, and, th




Jae bygmal ortatp t e o alhsisudanw pe


aos ek part ofn thec pued from Thale ofl coers w 'l be en turned P 600KISTA ed


tedrato o the, c oer shuld iIatr -tre-a s ho
address tofce Georgeiou Th ,Bapr a n rmcil t anceto shold be.i
bec brit mone border se. Spcih ang0 rmes-hv eof s ir

re ateriaelp'etrn w he be ~ tii ony exhyuru. nithmaeludmgJehb pagKesneof ian Ceality- materta ofrom SRIA




late Prsided e

CAi Ospeial expere sedl the DSAFCLETR

nviabeb h i o r 1t Ide' ha e s 'Se a new pide A d by icts dcimimrhm a c- fsrt men of t heesFall sere 'o.1 .a mas
three ~ ~ ~ ~ o wit edneerdnt Sae o' fo ep temb e t 22,
tab. ersea l g e lenera(nurrend
addiit to the renewetry.o wt..o n a.Kn ed etaf


en aport Ofthce to A elab'fol rhe csauionoes to l preentrmed mud t0end: %114
Ordes fo the covrg'sould7 P?* ST
b6 -ddresed o Gei~geT., Bae I Benett oiid v~yandMass






fin q I Vaican City mterial-from




oj ,g -gaed ina, iter c

to staiff booths during, the show.a, ~Set hn~rin the stablshmen
ELIST Pevplo.mieht'Biitween, a


The opening meeting foromaio eprtet f h Ebasyo Sai,78 Ntonl rthis asintnDb.
fall of the New Haven club of,.,200. aerial te eslterma e epoucd i woe r npat th6 Connecticut Philatelic.S dcouc. ope o ay ricesbae o Nwsete iem il b apeeatd



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N lPe i o 701 t sdel Hidalgo designed by Madrdaec ctJ Washington, D.C. 20004 Washington, D.-:C. 20009 adcnrbtdb h oe Tel. 347-6777 Tel. 265-1084 information and cultural centr fcqin osre tion with great shingled roofs, ti ope nldn two-floor residence, to be fuishdwt rauyo



X"li
AGU T N 'A OT N I E S R antiques shipped from Spain, ad w ig o~alre, T and exhibits which encloseacorwihl-stRmanesque arch loggias.
These four developments :ntect's~t *infc
on what has been known sinc h'proo nls cupancy, 1763-1783, as St.. ereSre, u ato which'bt this time will be givnbc t r
of Calle Real. This is the hitoi mansre"ladg from the old City Gates througthorinlvlae i i earthwork fortifications, anl arawi2 tdy ~siue

































,.,A.
about one ,quarter of theciyfSt
Augustine audis to be termed. ntef.tueSn Agustin Antigua. Fraqa- AI
ter:'of a mile,, Calle Real has o~e
returned almost entifely to isclna
look, with sidewalks disappeang nfv
of street-fronted houses, vragn
balconies, grilled window bayndw
gates which afford glimpses -it re
tropic gardens. Although oldhoear
dotted throughout the city,the R
is the favorite concentratedpaho''aploration for pedestrian visitors hs e,
AlnoVg twl ead a large official:4degation, with ahtique-doors, and shutters from Spjamf, and antique thonspoe mayeclsd thhso en o u
r fSa alugote frishinigs purchased abroad. The'two stry house repre- reys :
Vat epeet"temte sents onle of the finest type homes, whilh research hasrI plinthciysrt
crmreatSAuutn, shown existed mn the mostilounislufig days ff the Spamsh: Comanussion has* used Puent' ra
fo ectyrnes 0 colony, ad garrison.ustprior tp the tune, in :1763, when estate map" made m 1 Thsegesswilbehstd Spain ceded Plonida to Englabd.'. uadr rtin wr byUnte Sats outeparts, officials of the: OAS and TWO11ITERNATIONAL CENTERS engmneer-arcitect map drawtt

Itdb h.lt rsiden Knehsad ofs Ph arther mnto the old city area,, the reconstructed Manin- Egs eatde as
rsoain'"hscabea most' mmotn e ybh assetto se is to be dedicated by OAS officials Sep- moevttyershee
-mrican neighbors to the south, as tember 4 atePn-Am encan' Center, where for the o tAgsm' ahh
wel s it'ai~arosthe ocean "... inauguration, the. Pan American Union isassenribled stored as part of the Catholi hc rhs40hanvray





















events f th
It the, Qe Oiadricententual celebration and- installed An exhibit of mbdern Latn iAtencan aft with rededication set for Decembr8 95
UgU 2-Seteber8,1965, St. Augustmne takes a Tis is- a, mo-floo stutrf maemasonry walls Restoration Commission attao~ss ae o injrstpfrar nte fifth year of its 20-year plan and shuttered wmd ows, with an extension at teback mn evdec oforgml als s t T sor te oigna cpital of La Flonida to the look the Enghish matiher, with dormers and, sash lwmfdows. Roque maps, and also thosebyMnefade.Slso

joden sutssoe hna a~ ba od the BHispnic Garden. s ta yay floos f
a oveall uqueelooo eth geometrie stone Oaths, and plantings focus upon a bronze ahnercP e etfud
'Spin dffret ro tat:,mn the southwestern Umited statue by: te faired sculptor of Spanish, heroes, Asia more than 30 years by the t uutn.Hsoia Hyatt Hluatington- This work portrays Queen Isabel mioitnn ike pmm hcaeddung heQuddete- hose reign te, first permanent Erpasetrsechdof the state Comnussionm
RbrHosa reconstructed. rest ence near thiewWrln Spain searching for detailsreaietthsnte



















1xj" f e n m oc n
Spi' cli toFoiawsetbihd

a~~~ulse Avins appropriately "site coas toorat coast.en And enoceetofta e2004 ofd the0 Adeanad Pedrot claim durington the. three cetMistaflo

state'sitou commission inmsso oll de-wldemn tio weuce knwtoaos h UieiSaeso meia







K ,l
rderto ~ ~ ~ "T brnIbu isoiaiToraspitota Spain's 11 claim to Nortaws sabihd turl xhiit ad fstval i ecluedeale Bits claims.I nyf, csered olalo


pheo nuS a h cooilgrrioltnbu tons secn byl Cati-eea Per enne e vls nd ovenorof uert Rio Mn~nezo to painsmst brilliantoereas om-ha vviaon.ohr lcs n exlspedtortolar mostr madesfaheedth frs prmnet etleen ew orldto he nrth.Unied Satesterioy Eu ally. impotrtacntuhies. chapolain, ciy- 3, 1513 it uutnhoeo h ntesaon Pdof FteFrnicLpeMedzGajlsbcmehs








irpish iest misson that of Nomrepandzwh onedteFoidste ne de Lepnd-is(aeoGdwsetbihettepito ighted ~ ~ igou landor intepeetl- Mnne andge the irstiea cainomsson that be e et, emaa. dan 11hi Lnn oguts tniu likbtitlnisn acfccat pionee Spnad came toay as h2ntdSae fAeia







ugutin Inl asvice Bar dee lastasnes comisson n al de
AS:oi syl ad sae n rdr o rig bot isorca Hstrinspontou~tatSpins 51 cai t Nrt
Onioecyoeraresoalenmbrofyar. nad meia,-ad wtinsgh f t Agutne hol hv
ditin'3t iner-A erian clturl ehibis ad fetivls'i ercu~e ealie 13rtis clams. n ay cae A6,cd rli

th n Agustin: Antigua.;:
in Nw Enland wit theestalishent f St Augstin









To r t ester
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er in t __,Giow an UIPM
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q0N.VjLU,,- SuNDAY, SEPTEWER'5,: AR-NO. 14 EIGHT 'SECTIONS".120 JACK 1965
101ST YE
0
IROP5 (Cofitin4ed from:P I Y milled aroqn& C
t 6 r-Y, literature azfd: lore without fladte664iVup P..,celebra
or, the trnm6d
tie 4006 P OY'P
a Tj'.6 Sen. Sp6oWcl',goll 11
0 ;.tile
e'progr&M U 0 o U
liles:'Inti uced
'Oay vhth" the
,4ikr1itar1es at' the dedieq V
builftk .to '.-W e r,. re.
Ampnglbo e prestmt, Were el dalgo, 4dfqnSOM6r #OjVal, the ajpijas di n' 6j the:, dedication, growill
dor, of ppgffi to.t e United St teLS,, Lt, i V, b I VWJE b-6 broken for- a Hio eh, 6milo A] '- V
011801 egal
mini ter of the interior; garddn- ,-,will bp -loca. a b
_CQ.nter :,C
retary-gen- 1tTeeD and ral Sn
leralof the OAS; Senor Angel Se-, Ilidaig' ga7 ",!Spafi j,
di e4or-general -of CV, Y on, ]3ttTW *nd
United'States--4fifo4m in "the For Sepreta of in
'ry
eign NYdstrv;L Tlprld6,Secretary to paraeloate', UdaU ar sobo
TOM'jAdams; Maj.'Gen'.
n, adJutant-gen- i -the the de iieatlonlofl
Flohda St Augustine Cas a 'del ljidj
ey;, and Sencr, go Mayor, John Bail Th' db :caking, ce UV qY
47, S nre d' ,Pu a, secretary-gen- f6r, t 6,,4arde vAu:.Lbe.,,lield at

_P
"Adr. Iffeld TINE,- :&-Otl 4:
'(UPV-A handful Of L ()UngL;,p the "'Com*tion' e ffl e
ion-PpNmohles;'khe St. Augus qqadricent fiffl'al
tin e Jimior- !Cfi amber Of-L Com- _ceremo 16 h*,: 46da Ther'l .J Piere,
me gan
in, Spain'? c6l6b abon rk-colQr, A o-11 h, Lit, 5 Negr protchting al-,, ad L "
P ""L V' "Al .pi par e on St. 'George'Street, -, -leied: .6 rqii atibii dn e ents, Tboitsan6 cfi'Lpeople lined the' celebrating th6' 6*' 40th bir h-,, 5,
d d Al
Wa -p"r 06 OlqSlave Market..,.
Xno' her 'group 6 proicbed tho
Ola'Slave Miikef'.Iater
et,,signs 'but _w&
e toidbj olici
t
iiijon -in' Downtown I& eird;,C e Atten'tion. 4t El4u -Parade inAncien y ey cou pot, ,par id Iivith
'The group ler iq y.
Lj ueE e Flummer "executive, see-, ry joe tl ret'a alL organj7. on
ji: 'Atlanta had
ters"'In -prpn*ed to
7sendlfvo assistants of Mixibi Lu.
dirc etor;,' :4eri
A- V Sunday to coordinate future
Ma
j

%J p- F L 0 R I DA
el- ix S, ERVICE
CLIPPING
X 10278 TAMPA, FLA_ 3309 ...... -kr P. 0. 80
er Florida Sentinel
(Tampa) (Negro) Weekly
Ws e -a
T. -AUGtTSTii4E, Sep't. 4rk A tin' ete'd,
d L-6111o-4r ceiaturiesbf itMb:geto ay-,
'With jhusic.', and fla s, speeches and' i6l..
gao t t- 6f f&-A6iubetifig, the Ancil Y'L
in
116t only"IYAs.herita e but to' Par w
e' grea,
5 "1" 'aM t s
n VX, gea were in'i 6ondition ,jd
in Voke Ste Augustin,
eets, come, once, aga -'the', I W )vjthQut7 any e
r t '6 Vit hty'Lof
'tj e'Ameiican, dr6am1,wh1dH4t1,rt' th
H wever,,beyond- e,400LYears w emomes e .
ed h iT' of- IiiiOrk.406ich' biD4 Ani
and ,spalh together J, h Tfi wasthe pomp q 1 '11, 11-s' beginiiinks ,at.'thp f i& ets,
i Dr Plaie"L#Ahbvryiy mil AU GUM NE_ Negro
t701 -P ELV13, u sibl fors
lead ers: said Friday thek planP hed to picket cerei ordes today: th abit
-knd 11 U" bo','iht e-'q-'k 6tde-th i tbe '"nobI6 niarking the 400th,,anrtjversary
WOW 13p -stone fesliffidniial" Which thq of St. A-Ug7mne.
-Atfiios'pheie PlVere=6 jj Panish govetnmbnt had ] d dentist J4mesHaley, a Negro oday 'if the se tIng VU Panari the a nfospher erected acr8ss ji om ,,th n local integration leader,
was: said he ex pl edi Pecd 15 to 25dern ,
AW orbrit. 'The' t porary express on oi, the ",filend- onstrations, f 'the ob ervmce
flags _a q penii fifs tossd sbip ikwep_ t or
I I natiolis,
ffi, I -1*6zei, At the Castillo de San Afarcos
slight b thoj6ple llt 61ie Speildfig of the cent6rIn- ieiiidm rahce of Im zational monument where a.
aind te 'sald he co a e::
-y ,atched the cornmeni e five-cent stamp
ln. nu
o&36t I oratiV
c3pa OIL '01 "ior othe place 'in the, i -be issued.
Nture 8tava
Id n6 I 'Rep. D. R. Matthewsj D-Fla., t Augastine % 400.1.yeafs.',() e of !cMs historic'ti6-tjffi1atitihe'r"'fifth coat Ndt 'ahdAsst. Postmaster T ler
but'en as ury VAt A6 ,(jiL nationst 1augb7 Ab ll are scheduled to attend U371 The restoration program-pnp
'jb6-,bli t of tr__ pets;_he-, 4he observance .
er of sp&73atolls and t4e ringing George .9 t r 6 6, t Dr. Plate
1, e Haley-said the pickets ould
f great, the near concluded, Is an extr-a'drdi'l
come o;n
hohad ed
gj6at Orotest the participatieh of f, achievement o 11 ar6filtebu :, fat and, near-L to dd, -this, eity% Is "in an evil city ral reaonstruction al of icia f h.
hat has disregarded the injus6
W onor Prior to Dr., Plate's address,
An -itnid4 e_ "celb" hii ces done to Negroes!'
bratioz, t Dr. V1111am. Aand rs- a ,slstant P,
Arne cau''6!I'Aw The ceremony niarl=g, me lkwl see re tairy-general of the OAS, '4f] ri ted
tZ beeame-the, Ome 01 Ye anO e pTesen 0 orethat. Don Pedro: Mend
_V4 'a host of Aftierican, Spanish e Aviles. M spoLtea the Fla.,
,:Iuu vo urnes. ir6Viously ore, -op"s
-Latth-American 'statesuiem jlan
a 12-day. p6ij'
and 0 n
gath redt6,fornially dedicate the h us6d; I the cbl r6_ ,' Me an, AWei-l- 4driepntenni
Moog Library of the' a] 'even". 4 pan Ajji r!66.-Xenter here .- can Union in Wasbington,,,D.C
_.More than 1 5* 'Oeople laf -t ., to Earle New id ton; execilti4 d cente n Ong
r a al .5 esstfeet,,, qhicli has been rector of the St.'AugustineR 4 t6tation Commission.'
furblshc-'d ahd,4666tated futhe Ine, books will beconile part of
4uadracenteni ce ebra ion, as a library at the center and deaL
Dr. Juan Pl tOet the building ',with the 9'g
Spanish herit e in the
m a, cultural bomefo theAmericas, I" 7,;, 11 111 I
n









I

!,J-Pi the hmefolkii, at
-S e y a Wide
'from the' pastor and ~St. Augutine1a xeA-d U ?td ofthe chenrch ofanotable numer of, ititin newsmen, ws 40ene r
SERVNG ST. AUGUSTINE AND ST. JOHNS CO dothUNTYnro
record event of the40tAn
V, No. 4 SWirevi Memb e N cat Pecpt ~ ST. AUIGUSTINE. FL RIDA, niv citay Celebratin ef tt1 hoto ~ ~ ~ ~ etl Sevc CAPot n Fauesevc 00es cety.'
hega oat year ond incled
fine atces such op hoe-e. ... 3,- the P iadepi Inquier an
papers thronou the c'n
Other newsmen Wre encouaged by tocal itrssto vit
St. Augustine tin weetui ng
th offtcialopeng oftse Qtadrctenil s~o ta teycoul
get a fint-hn ook the~ 6
tivitien
Th Spnsh news miai
77- ell represpented according t ltons oficial o the
'rion city oraniaons, h
eo rt tha nespaers~ from
4 reono' end Mard ae et thei Unted Sttes repr
en states to St Augustine,"N ie te eventsar alotbigoV
7 ovee bhy th Sp tois eiona radio' ad telvson
AJ Associted Pres an dnted seItentooalhav areoed tht representativee wilt
~j~~jj









ben hnddung thecoursentf
Ansiversary Cele
oin, andadded 4 to o lae
persons from Natinal Gegraphic, the Florida Develop- p
A ment Commission ad, p wopapero, telveylpion ad' rdo repreenaive fomir thenugout the



Radio ate e Euop thaey x- -,0 C -,7 preed an gnee t ind.u
scored coteria o t e
Cbe r de f domec arnd News -r rdt sttn eFOe hae(t Pec) S817
mado aramnd s andse

ee in th nIted Cur
borma onAee-te t~

ricasiC ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tan Radi Sre raEurope oo ie ptio cnenig
p. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ pre nort theymo weon miesnterestped'o~e~i 00
onny~~~a nichl cets ineviw wit inaneo-a- o


Ptiaonl n nentoa iue

On awo wilPP4 be inteiy


P AanrtanCens) o n tn tt to oaprStAsn tin tha e Uniga mtae-n

Ams on Se a onialy s (cat heanformaAt on Agency In p ii boona
dr nintial hontore ais~nmiltifiitansod 'th homopho (itlnevisi on are Sal eA-ninstine one IN DhE DCTO AEREOrIE toURA wass weeend Plainn ae nube giraoci painta inr thn ope
)d "o oo i ia oan let f ttnia n tti tt 'Q S;Pih en. o opana i hit cis pa 1irn dectcaio cermon fo -l oldtr oihhm Abo afeat ns aeo al~i tons -to e.raj.d nhnogrto
ATroi o Hispanh hade aiill he o'ioadi ehimateaorhe- a' Ad on aM n
hA a mrcnCn e) o Sa tur d i ter o groni wag" sta t i o o (tnhie~ina Pan ofn.nely e ed n th net~O das li up Ailitatt gueti itesto are stndng likn -00 nni
ci I Icm on Qrond thericand Centir iotrpic' Csa it l Hinlgo acrie af vtian tol the a 0 tg n the
e bacn oftes c n, wich bao iaWlimSn oid-Eal W. No onn th- narronwo steeo n
nio-' thin ransb i tha th, aiisod ofe dreis Snoif'ot a iio a t tip.' il Spns heto00wnt, h
C ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Rcr pndlIiag ilh stfrsa h nsirt cl a htlt han tom: th e ncintd timess atCilln r g m x wits nttn~~~~~~~~~at~b moseo tao to~ty queen hcli 'Aoogotped i it a f n soto 'o- c W se i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ oeg dtigol honto oicad'be n ri .
th c ha iso ~ Inn h hitoct pcneeO I th GA, a ti ii i nhiht ma nit e Qo rcei onat ato Soil or ia tadilo,'no oo offintctnao tin Mmh o y f 0'b m
at th Isti Ameriho natftnaiiodayCodaS A ustl-r I n d a r e
Sento Sesar L ,Holad rtcoletinsan hstri ati


oficatdatth edcain ndV

K fact. 'ta A~y 'ntrodced the distinguish via- St
Dedi~ate'dOn Sau'tda

I- I '-Spanish dancets, 58,67
1 itorswho gatered her for th
d igesfom teSpns y '
li~~illi ~ an
By T M KIG Seor Patespeaing n Spn- eemon. at the e w Yor
Shrn h pakrspafr
is f o a bac ny of t e en g e a s eca



Camil, Aloso Vga, Sain' ed b Dr Jaui Pateactng tne' celbraion f is fondig Mnistr o theIntrior Spin's e Stiphth er tmorow by pan 00yersag ws mbssdo t te niedStte, igt..4 Qh i m n f t e Co n i f h e ial i nii a t e a s i i l m ai eeg t o s f ro --,



derstanding, of ll the.~~ sst r n hatis omehin th t n eds the hem sph re t ontnue to Dr.Jos A.Mor S creary Gen -' Sa ur
tobeponedou, Sno Pae e trteicpin i hespr-a-wen te Dis e N v1j
tin o heA ercsws o- sad "bcus n ht eso e iul a o meia on rl fth AS loia' ee san "fetva egn wt



IV, cendent aspect of :ii~;: I the commrI 1. tr' fihting Hisemaks ere ansate t
,The center, ne Qf three hich ration Te cross and word pagea t

have been ohn D. B 1 constructd to com ; 1 "Nothng," he aid, "ismorepi, tri n fourth Natioal Park f h whch has ben given ix night
cide with St. Augustine's Quad- Puga; Secretary Genera o ~ e
-t Frvice culture, a w 'a~reek throughout the summerL.~ ~ ricenennil, wll huse duca,,P W~11iA Saners. Insttute of Hspan








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NDAY MORNIN, SPTEB 5 1965 TODAY r S
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Bigie Birhda ParU
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drssn a e foundeArt ST AUG GTTINE (S This ct' fit thbi day celebration continued Sunday wit afesta in te esred Snih sion, Sunday's ceremsonien included ah dediation of a $200 00 museum building by Lt Gsa.aen C n Alo ss Vega interior minister of Spain dVega was oined m h education S. Peterbees depdn b US Secretary of the Interior Stuart L. tUdall Gir. Haydon SBun a Dnd 5 n. Spessud L. Holland Vega pr resented Udall wi tapy

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POULRATDASINSPI trnt the street# tonight asd lt~~~o~):~ r
Dancer and olk sigers rom Spin ar i popl "Dis de EpanalAhe Jycees
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dago a sting Secretary 'dl expressed the generous mcn who arrived In concepts, and resides solely in pie,' he added.
to' St.. Augustine from gratitude of the people of the this territory in spite of hanger the spiritual. For thisreao it At the end of the ceremony,
p a, woo i United States to Spain forsuch and infirmity, Who stepod isna is diticlt is identify with a Gen. Vega protented owe-d,
ca egSatdy 0eand, lasting cultural tle- lad tht t400yearsiaer would c a cTrom the Spanisho gevern cmnt to gacy We are more Spanishbcm h otpwru Secretary Ud 1; Gvn by ig repeseta- than we hnow," he cornmcted. try in the world, he said. oprit that endures is so inter- Burns; Sen. Spoec d L. iSin, the United 'ipo often w is t United "Spain hopes to render last- mingled with histo that I lend, who presided at the corea and Latin Amer- States tink ok y of the North 1sf trihuse to Saint Augustine would nay it os the spirit that mecy; H. E. Wela, presidentof n.Ation European,. E n g Ifis h-spoahing by means of the Hoone of Hidal- makes history," Gen. Vega ci the nation St. Augusttise r1Po ai $200,000 en- side of our oew World family go. The atmosphere, that of the said. 00dicentnnia ComissI
clltral coolr, tree, Udal said. "We rem-o- chivalrsun olden times, wl e "If you are looking for a do Mayor John Biley and Ear
ive coquina rock, ber heroes# l411 ci~ ~ ~ tra~t I ~
ite ouiarok hr ere i uco mere felt thrughout. I waol tosnake fo 'tin of hdalgo, you will ficd W. Newton, executive dieco 4ijdeicated hy LI. often then thoe eve more dar- a 'point tt the atmosphere that the dirtcary nays: He in of the St. Augustine Historical!7 59al Vega, ing, and dotrsined cocquiota- overcomes the matorist effects, one with a geerous and nohle Reitration and Pesoratip
of the Interior, dora of iron, or uhose, braver for it is sometispirital. e sou. I believe that Spain has Commission.
of.S Secre still whose only armr was a hidalgo didn't project his spirit hesn wise oi erect thou pSnish Archhishop Joseph P Hurley
Stnwart friar's cohn. or prsosity in fera ue, pl- relic 9 Amerian soil for we blessed the house, which flhio
orida GoverUor Gec Vega aid the house is lures, citumes, or his sword. have the assurance that s wi l tw e flag of Spain. After tho cer'e- fn u nd atd oer i mean to ens the pas It tis The sword as be ahersic or h understood what the ose mony, the dignitariesaad pshlic hhr ort ct'a Quodri- the. desire of te inhahitants of homicidal arm according is of Hidago represents, for is tured the house that wos ae- g4?OA nial. ~~St. Auigstlice to keep alno te one's sn of it, The ideas of th anpiug to very much alva on signed by Spanish arch'tent JasFeseond center to he memory of those rave and hidalgo ascends all motorist the souls ofthe American pe0 vser Barrs,4
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f Queen Isabella Unveiled In Ceremony

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By Phills Knorr ceremonies Senator Speasard of the interior, they each placed that the sculptress in creating
The Hiic Garden. of St. Holland, at the outdoor cere- a larIge red rose int a 17th cen- the statue had shown her knowugustine, between the Pa many tury, renaissane, copper wash- ledge of the queen and the Hiecan b g andf Sp i se a edp f the apedsat urn which was panic heritage. The statue of das do igo, wa formally significace of the ptanting of 00 a 1740 ported tahle. Ioahelle af Castile, he said, i a ross an a oymt of good eeldedicated and a statue of Queen~
fidt p wt n 1 t g and St. Augu- Prior to the unv eiling of a monument to the faith of a
Afternoon tine. An he in trod uced Secretary statue f en saell, a gift woman.
E. o o nitof heofInterior Stewart Udall, Dr. from the outptor, Ann H lordat
H. E. Wolfe, chairman of the Jose A Mora, secretary general Huntington, Lt. General Camilo i s Governor Hy
Augustin Historical Resto- of the Organization of American Alonso Vega, Spain's minister Burns and the distinguished ason and re nation om States, and Lt Ge a Cemllo f te interior, poke to the semhlege who had pevios ly
:itson, intradcod minter of Aooao Vega, Spains otitrhundredu as0embled. Ho satd attended a luncheon were preS~1W ~ id ~ataa~d ensacola Neu sent for the unveiling cere- s-ae Pensacolo News E-3.5,054 S
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Set on a coquina base, the L SEP 6statue captures in its entity the
spirit of the vibrant Queen Isahello riding a horse held by 00
attendant. d
The Hispanic Garden itself is
heing creating hy other "wonso of faith.", To aid sod ssist
the St. Augustooe Historica Re-Io Sstoaion an d Preservation
Commission, Mrs. C. Daughtry TAMPA, Fla (UPI) Towers, only woman on the So Spash officials commission, inspired the form- Floridians, some fresh ing of a group of prominent dithOreof44n ladies into a Hispanic Gade
eund Comomittee. Mrs. JohnR, enthSpiscony' Broaks of Jacksonville is chair The group wi be g ri the committee and Mrs. ba
d drd by uhlF H.. E. Wolfe and Mrs. W.1 itS "4: 'Drys~~~~dale ore theSt Augutn 'nou omisin representatives on the commite ft r oenfihiorsffaual t Comtim e 00aiunched a state-'s.ehit a'ide effort several mooih h o to raise funds for the estabh h- i In ent of thegaren .The have 0ois lrd o-H sponsored tw successful -usch-Brs h a teA ens wit accompanying fashion eeto shown, one at Paste Vedra InCotAlaormawo and the other in the George herited the title as ad Washington Hotel in Jackson- of Pedr nendez ville. St. Augstmne

t. Gen. rail The committee has been aw cpi''iise o h cseful i raising a oMidrsle v eera am ount of the goal A c $hb,ho Jo






Spai to ashigton andLt Gnera Camlo lons Veg, Spin aminiter f Inerio. sofoet Auustieian Sttndwqadrient Present at cae e o cation aWd

unW lling of c a ntatuo w re
Mrs. C. Dougty Tow mrs, Mes
Ell'ott Stoorhuni, presided Th Hos o i


'' ~ '::." I;: -: : ;L~; i-- nt of a S it, x.; Ui~Ej ir S Pi the Garden Cluh of Jachsonb, 'isn Mary Nohle as. E. C, -ondei. uI-l
Ross Harris, Mrs. George
Champion 11, Hre. John Edwords, Mrs. H. E. Wolfe, Mrs.
Shown at veing of Anna Hyatt Huntington's etatue of Qoeen Isabella o~f Spain W. I. Drysdale and ar. Arthsr -- h xii'ifasa
teHsaiGadnSunday are trom left. Dr. Jose A. Mera, seretry general of Camph, pesion ofth
the 0Ynzto fAr icnSae;iMrusAfnooerne a, masdro President Council of GardenArhiopJsh..'
0 a AisortanStaes; Maqus ione Mrry of slmtacsderofCluhs of St. Augustine asnd St. Spanto- 'Washington; and Lt. General Caml (ease Vega, Sate's minister of interior. Jod quadrcentfy.a
ha e seen Conigressman W., (Hilly) Matthewa (left) anidH.E
i. Wole,; chiran of the'St. Augustine Historica Restatio' snot Preservation Cerneis'
Sien .(Recend photo) Tampa Times
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Se~r t Irers St rt dall pes o~ nelingli e a ta~e eto r ~e~Isof sI n aslaroun ar Ceus Aare 9;adecendant eto Mrnrnderi Geveror Hms, Floridia
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tsished Visitors Guests At Luncherin i-gal che

T se Po e avcoQu ei preentialaqued eet ror coznanss

a or eh ant sed ree nd ehr S a dthe n thho 0atlo tha ce we d dnee ofa ena n caaainaseis
no mte e egati ahcp tne hA He saeid tht he eUnie Spaes aHe aid tat th p cpal Bishop and tt Heagteernhon oi nthos hilaetioiionpeehdwvhttd
aemd B n m aarstea alydi ~ aen tatdne a ae
erdrAloo sF r sthtropity ea catndcr hap at gfa aleeioeie at eo o eodo t i~ tendtg kine dsnn dpc cd h~nn i ~s
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chiran ot c thath hisodhatr~ deprten andd th- Catilo snire Sen viios en ar IA len
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Goe ovt ea ding ofor St
totlssaoe una nesshs plasuei dap lom li acpe th gits'anwbomtepeederitneo p te ae .1965 o A oes
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esekrstbe a bokn g, t e inswth U.s 5,Sc0ayo atrSsatUnlI ,aop etl dlrd' G oven 5 ri p, 0utua bod 0weoulodetde'ant1ta ,Gn tsAss HL nred ahnt ins aBe Vsaurns, Mnstro'. tt ir Vt m agai ga ac oll Amdwl 'Alvro A mada li ea nhich an govatery enpoatse y, ~ ~ ~ gc gogrno Afnt tep osey pece an hapeato al s panar a, eis pedall
i .,Mdriisteths th oferor Ste speki go oti A! Udal, screaryof he n a theda t linapl decanhac i )Ua~qis Alfon peesri tf Per workde oe pvies an '8 anis amassaor A enit atelentdo e la sties atts D.Js t. e~ (p enad of Floeticao v



Hepes d pis8ih
s ci~~~ar gnrlo te nordoturnsuped a t etad a f A erca Stte, of Inke teor he awn rno hida s '"ator Spessard Hol- fo h to walk on the ground~i~~"l e


v, 6_,Chbishop Joseph P. said that in visiting the Mission Ib
hop'o St Agusin, o N mbe d Dos t as aoma


'oal ishp E Cforhi a' a athlicto e pou E r W etoe-ta heetninofCrsint
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Antl ebo r~d of n huad ra ne- counselor and hi al 3 v S tpical ofpcaishaheon Rost fro S r Re gla ffai, sagM t tarw osao Sattneu at 8c 30 pmwChlaedanrsci a eleHdlb"
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Chea Gpasmagronp are d Vae c rn an d hs,0unk bt, ot eAgUtie, shonia or of- Gen ra Alo ZO th o r ai, f a s o had 10e pa ti a tin usna de .hpn s V s t r S o id~n c Utir,











i ha ciysprensdel n h s F nial-ceiebatich
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a eond yesterd a, n ed ta h o e k g s pa t ist d e er l ta cete- r ec t an o ttr p
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1d eering te na S Agu doo aoh1 emcrens a e bee utual i
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teswfcentfrdae uht enremd herdty FiaT h egharl.as comamiors leatube h r fels o meldm ns toy neiro pan lne oe
oo, tloristae hon Satdy toe pa rtt in th yAugst ago dwhen eMenendezand tnmde hSen M osn a ov S ain at rn the re TJ.8 be ti Amerc 45ndSain gainext s'umme rtclded dcateion of Spinma- was toeor have beenr held outdoor V.ar Ganno haestresedvarlie rsar MnnetefudrbyAeria istAn
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i ligiou sdeic a n t o he r ef per s n k r ston. Gorge At. a-rd pand t an g -rogh
new era hote added: nihh of (DPa) f0 5v ht raase tha queodrydeit-epdbul. h ia 'ar detrn ac u 'ngstne -ocam Beco 5f Fathw0c tild Ibeea,
.pI 'Seato Sm t .r
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At thoCeASOMEHOW YOU th of Florida as orald Horton Aanto. Bath wo o a stdont of S alert state in the union in the matter o l times and had been on the Coloniat WilliamsSn which will attract tourists.
Certainly Floridians can do more wi Sbought an old place in St. Augustine which he

anybody else. ,hg have been an old inn. He was hooked. He's still They can import a Spanish monastery and eassemble the e lg and restoring. stones so you'd think you were back in old Castilla.
They can promote scrub into jngle garden status and make Jack Spalding is editor of The Atlanta Journal

a bell tower one of the leading tourist attractions of the world. St. Augustine was settled as a fortified point, and these They can puton Passion Plays, modeled on those of Europe. Spaniards brought farmers to back up the city. Willim SSeldom a day passes during the season that a legendary pirate arram's Travels, tell after the Spanish departure, of the
doesn't capture some port city, and the city gets its name and trail from St. Agustine to S. Marks and Pensacola on the
e pictures in nearly every paper in the country. Gulf. Along this trail were clearly visible ruins of the Spanish SThis is al pretty shrewd. It brings tourists down to see farm houses. From time to time someone still digs up religious tALWAN R tR what is going on besides citrus, winter vegetables and golf symbols of the Spanish days in West Florida.
sto g"E" lot without snow. St. Augustine's history was more military than cultural

Vast sums have been spent to build up and promote It changed hands in the running wars between the European i these rather rtitialCtrrtions. wrs and the English hd it a wPart s









e E B But interestingly enough, the greatest attraction of them all While there are evidences of the Englist ern f


en. Vtlhite has been forgotten and unclaimed, the old Isuses, the Spooiards left the greatest mark wlls OVERLOOKED city gaes, the old fort and the cathedral. S Ra I r OEr to St. Augustine, the dest European settlement o tnItis marvelous that St. Augustine is to h lovingly restored,
6eeu yRrhee the United Stans, and it is one of the great crimes against local history that the It is a place loaded with charm. It is older tha JamesMea mkoirmbtown, and more colorful thSan Williamsburg. w GEORGIA TIES Swprese e Had it been in New England, hd it been in Virginia, had It was from St. Agustine that the expedition set out which

inethe podeaer it been in California, St. Augustine would be outdrawing Gen. Oglethorpe defeated on St. Simons Island in the Battle of as ahermeeting Dosneyland. Bloody Marsh. Ge. Oglethorpe also once attacked St. Auguso.Thusday at Sthe But St. Augustine is in Florida, and the big play in Florida tine from his bas e at Frederia, but Wsot success. mod sea, has been for theo middle on down. St, Augustine has been just Long before Oglethorpe, St. Augutie sent missionaries I eoneludinga a aha place to pass through and spend an hour or so coming or to Georgia, and there were missions on our coastal islands and engaged tey hetC going, along the mainland, staffed by the Franciscans. ite stoyea i B a hie, o l o










Fsow a smaand ar S ot This year is St. Augustine's 400th anniversary. This year, St. Augustine is one of the most teresteing of citi es. But
at lAst, it is coming inloa its own, Finally, it is appreciated by until now there has been an inclination to regard it as a block ut b:e!toR tailt whinvht IeH i ihNwe ElsanhdsIGl, ,th iten in Vlin, ay lia r m S to t Ahe ylexp edtonst TineroGerma haspkeenaait beensin'als iforniatS'lt. Asneworuldbeotdrawing ie Oglethorpedefated's os. Stimo Io usl in ty esatste o



cd with aihs rlewclrd td isplp wita 0Bu Swo Aui k is i F orida, .n the oid part to a e glad that pride's ovtn fo h bs F erc, r ih somcein rlly s ll



dIft-g' nrea sonbe tofacsimile of what it used to beh. Floridat has ofer, though they wore a loug timslaidg Id Soe as i Adit Thanks are due to pa dedicated local group, plus a Seattle promote it. 1 ai'd. . ..... ,p "5 aI











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at TION- E By JACK SPALDING


































hO ho e.SOMEHOW YOU think of Ftorida as being the most aware and mao named Onrald Horton Bath. Mr. Bath wan a student of C Basaalert ntate tn the nnron in the matter of pomntng thgs Spanis cotonia tomes and had heen on the Coloniat Williamswhich mit attract tours. urg stalf .




























a a. o ta ,Certainty Ftortdiann can do mnre a th ig spring than Mr. Bath hught an ntd pace in St. Au stone which he anydy ee. thought might he een an d inn. He was hed. He's ti
























They can import a Spaninh monastery and reonnemle the e de, mocking aod aetoming. stones o you'd think you were hach in otd Cantitta.
They can promote scruh into juale garden status and make J SMacDi o editor of The Att Journal. a eell tower one of the leading toet attractions o the wrd. Augutine w settled a a fortified ot, and the

They can putonPassion Plays, modeledonthose of pe. Spaniards ought mrs to hack up the city. William




















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doesn't capture some port city, and the city gels it name and trail from St. Augustine to SI. Harks and P nsacola o the pictures in nearly eve paper in the cony. ul. Along this trail were clearly visie ruins of the Spanish EP 1 165 Thi i all pretty shrewd It rngs tourists down to e fa Ioues. rm ime to time someone still digs up religious

L what is going on hsid citrus, ter vegetahi and golf ymh ols o the Spanis days in Wst loida.N
to a a areone se. a withMutrO Y hn s te ot arote St. Augustine's history wa more military than culnt fral.
Vseaest e he u n bt te o pr i i anged hands in the running was eln the European thme rther ariFicianl atractiom h s h wers and the Englih had pit as well an w hi But intestingly enough, the greatest attraction of em all Wh il there bare idns o English e stof







en. kVVd'sisb han en forgotten and unclaimed the old housn, the Spaniards toit the greang.t marh wi O eEo gcity galesk Sold tort and the ath l dral.







S IRotary I refer In St. Autinetheolt European slt no It is marvnu tht St. Augne in to h lovingly restn pd, ter the United Staten. and it in oioe of the weat crimes against ot history that the It in a place loaded with Pha, It oe older than James- restoatino has been so long in coming. town, and more cololui than Wilamshaurg.er, o







erfu tod bte thpenaalrtheHod it ten in New England, had it heen in V ginta, had It wan f rom St. Augustine that the expedition set out which pfogemekenvthetrmodec t veit hen in California, St. Augustine would he oudawing en. Oglethiorpe deleaed on St. Simo sla d in the Batie







olaa ae should 9isinyland. Bloody m esh. Frn. Ogletosore also once attached St. Augustndiatt0:30yp. m, Thurs to at '"St St. Atogustine is in Plorida, and the hig play in Plorida tine leom his hase at Prederica, hut wit daou success.
o thas een tr n middle on down. St. Augustine has Sn just Long use Olehorpe, St. Augulin sent missionaries In heenStrorsanac going. along the mainland, staled hy asc t he anciscans.
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&a lesn rm eps estee rthe pasrtiicialdsed ttacios ,ou prs oigoowGer and the Els hade i as wel asr 11$a iSpands n

dorom soundsto te e Tuts year is St. Augstine's getesh anniversary. This year, St. Augustine is one o the most interesting of ts. But e hailo, it ir e conag sIto nwn. Finally, it i appreciated y until now there has heen an inlinlto to re g ar it as a hl h no gs s ot rytoe bile ooatsAug Veoooo eI,, ho,, s Eu~oean settlemen cco in i00 so co too l~olo~ oi lbelo 10sngly restor

e t n hte wll reset te to a ul) 1 n dm) i n I( mes- ~ retr tio s enYoug nt~l Sexpedition set outwhic



Thevaenrokas heen Aa d a ooniooplrgaoe ea tomls mits too mark om wehloernlo e ae f old p e t a tn gled thot pea eod's onc. ieon Is oom'lln i notey tollo
ordTheeprrkram o o f b a' din met D ea .usie o in l ohat at d to he. Florid s o asto oerthough ol ce alont e t. logus-.
ha te a sane by th C giThants ace due dedicated an te min l stafedbytheorani C p Buu Te i au i o of sl l tbit ls ing ito is owb Fi l l < <11 unil nw thre ha on n inlinatonmteregrdeitas abloc de ef A gus nes cel -adh hd obfwlhtoowwitnreborngteol ar So pa lodni tfslhdvhHri o h go a y re aeAs t u haksar det a deiae oa ruplsaSate pooeit 7 l t?







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400th Birthday t
By LEON SHMR, Times*Union Staff Writer S 0t anv
ST AUGUSTINE, Sept,.6-The 400th anniverparymte nioS
of the foi* of: the 'Dmian Catholic Churc in
Arilgerica 60lebrated here Wednesainclru
ceigtinies.at, the outdor sanctuary on the grounds nRuniage sal, Seo~ '
of gqthssonf okle e2d elilsoeh hthe u db6 fO
g1 28 with the ASSunc of a'e iunemrtv Desser t card party' a a ollohy e giicelbraed Mke, tev~al ig.benefit so;Septemb I lais wllaggiticipate ma cake-cuttmng ceremtonypmGrdnCne
phfi st George Street. R' Rvride ;Avenue, a J S The 1uua coclbraid Vile, Auxiliary of, All f HihMWs at noon at lbo Mia Home, sponsor:. Mou eeko ?so~pic in willbe reminiscent of. 1611,Clmu Dydn
Wekl 175 century Spada, according toR-mwytnnt tober 9, Civic, Audito nj, ro n~no drc WORKMAN PUTS FINISHING. TOU.CHES ONOUTD OR SANTUR o, ile thri
5 000 ixpected Ancient City. Site Where Anniviersar Highl Ma ss Wl Clbae usogr Fatherannnsi tha 5,0a0adO e ,

C ~ lcC u c h ass; which will: beid b F FLO0R ID A South SideWna' heWhpJaphP al? CLIPFPING SERVICE Jaksonville, Blesed & gInU.. spi af toe b j ol St Po 0ox BO 07 To Be Qbserved 5-2' Pvic let
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fghnMass the thcotoiCuc Knetns e ol F.JraMnino onP unMosgirMri beriiicn f16h cnuySan
1n Ar e a w l e o ser e a rtices o f S the prst wi ll mer anaher and M onsignor Jo-F el *c o r o h C t e r l P rs f S et Auutn Sp.8wtaco- vlea laies iddton butur geer A. trdtoa h1 of th Spns ay ooig h ardb ms h msco hc a o
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e fh Vondgno Monsigno Monsign If on.s ign reo






(Miami) seesi

SEP 3 1965
SEPT 1 0 1965


ill Mbrk Founding Of Catholic C rch In U.S.
Theo S Mas owil be ceerate crew, who settled the firtper- i
fiary of th Catholic iocese of S. Augus BYTU WA I ,



eddl~~gh th isoMe .Hr a ishr ias America oneSe m a homuit pnAersinS
ocCrc tiesinc te itewa srestored moresie oha wh halfsofeoaOOO befre 4a7-,ME wil re enser Father Fracisco Loez de Men Ym lhohTt e ir

ed in recently in Ma e FoChun n f
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bysr ofp itebarit 8, o56 ce personsin -ehs
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aghdeee yarwhnaormtiefhihliogesou wthuttolmchaf
Acs week hen hae fto t
feis'rmi cn Was 1860th Tenhr U ieatnteh atni u ath King- se You haentoa admirthe detriatio
mot of lead demnsraton ende tmrhsohy o h fdstct soecm f
cace o evnn rh ore I tooe en bC o tea ffo the T Froariscan prep r t e op e the iyafroman ceoe stc5 s manmad an t f on Minn0h~ -en pai ar sealn neesay dins oehrreoo~~~~~~~~~~~~~pf~" pn ~o n f-~t rcainS ohSerihdtion feeton whieekend ony trnd site goaea it herhitds hora
jt sot oy ofem-asg fe n n iteeMssogs o eih hriae hidng u on i h tions .
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oflo e by nSl who nosepan yal aae prInn nie p80s enh te Vepa, Min honro r gsarye do ofe theish toeh af a- rdmnnl ft alodadacnh erafe Mnoigh Monoi ena him d manhd ep aATsoRA
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p-ce thich week founde n0 easao nfdnongelraedan pne h
soeleef be VooheNtinsilesvit f o- ceeone clbrtngteieirha
winuch tosene ons co beinig deptea apoahngsrogstr
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-'unusidl cncelerated hich ill b saidbyeAqch- clebr' l'its-SraR en t 'x

Dios hee on Spt. 8 o the Doc se o St. --u' sine Theprocesion thrugh th bratin last eekendonly tofind akiller go ahea with heir biihday bserva
and co-celebrated b! i mon- historic Mission grounds will bened th
f~unding of the- Cathoic signori of the dioled by priests of the iocese, the the tions
I I,1 inuous xistenc, mustbeCaribbean and heading their way.ong st
Iin ,Ameria will be re attended b about 5,000Catho- monsinori a'n d rchbishop c Jw-, I 'r
nt of 16th century Spain. lies. Hurley, followed by thousands much af
25 o choir of Cathe present tatives of foreigne te deermiatio
me nts al o do Cot ho hs' tey ofte ldstctytoovrom al c
braton lst weked ony tofinda kllerg(Orlando) Weekly ~ srva 'a~ish St: Augustine, will govern 1. attend, for



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IE~~Hlyw Of reentWil B Pate '


Articles thp resenbeeHghMsatheMsont

gn Conestn fu Po ar d) ca hiALChp'Si
400th ~ O Nem rs athChn c mti es retio ewfl bebr Dom i C Dio I lS O

tcaJ s stm the Pmshe pilre Bl ig op s of thoe, iio pre Fathe Gannsatce nFo aterGno a aepo racs
genmns ofgacistiamutyr gand ci on T e t Umn8n. h tA h niesre ilaparsotyi a racsigCmayrdont vTztion went. heurn s ette th ngstn Recolrdoad) theo dioa okfr h olom akb a ok

ri ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o t uuePcodd e mo h por m ta et m e dic a d dined ef eidn b h
rector oth Mission andhi temaps sorfo the uure three dasfoUoai h h aswstata on int n hrdmnso
gut oehanery ifnee the th fstf eV tna49s e f h tiu e th kgvseln t iWi g Arclue D1 oces a n o e y esterd a d e ft b y M e n nd e w il c e aon S p e b r 8 5 5 l n 0 y a s b f t h I s t e b g n i g f t a 4teeanevsay ows ahond a f Deiin are beus inma de onl fonebtSeuutn, 55yasbt tePlrms th ecm eoaewe
bqudicenofthen Rmeal ali ew eledice todad eo rs Md o afirst O Edho lafd 0y h is o qu64 n b
thC oivhhucrncresoecohutr eertastefnra eraetAhitmn AhriaeevlroiScuasiewihi. tso
oJ lowt as th p n e loe rat Cihanc f er Of i ce se sa id l spt e m n rpfi Nt fbre de io




I 9015 Of Itl 9 Et fI MSFathment 1500n' setles an Nomrede Dio Fahe The stutta t* 0*tr
-GenrandDo fouro dioe-a Priest led hag t ua ted Coro ssca to
as o ftur g nertio 4 Sep embg / d p* endza Graale F the Am ri an d Indi n Nombr e r was il sth permne ntly
h ris i hi n i f oTi e d eo n d th a re l ot ,u T h ro tir s er i s w l a p peo r d e hD o sr t h u s b e a m th eu b a010tu a g e o t
uinst gusme Ccie th adn nSp mle g ofanwnt onhtiry, and a lbay
eilzto whe h s ted the ArchishRo d Josephe Huresa t or8i hs od' u hadusood atie nwiht os

frt p r a ent co uir t y er ne a pe ly e nqw pap r ( ,CThe h y nT ei a ta us s n t e ut a d fnll h u di et nil o
oa nr 1 d e o on js nar semab

of eic t hhe lgos de n M ic tghen byt neksfon f .Tes pleaedig and mat Ae ofettit andah efr v the occas ndan er ioing to de 30m hu

dat illae tampesfrs, th leete ieso voyagbyed lnitner reorde the a iorao oms whloridenez, the natMision' home fTli
pubbeatabsg teleisiosnew e geeaIn tha min olthM s a tenth e a en me fCrsin tw
medain wll bh e plur ,ac d i ed St t s td ati an Ci Ato ndels i
FL 0rga RIDA- heritabee lef byan Meneddiendezoid, n wr lun
CLPPN SER.McaV nn iCE will be TVlaced lin a mo : ed
oto r F .'TM io FM d 3609 itaie rs ite cor nerstonre, tr e d y r m td y s h h r ie c tc im O J a s o fll e "D seourn al A u D C isn s rem b in g m de Ont d 4 0 h i n t~ n 't e u i e t f
gustin ~ o Stthes sedec tion n ofad itnal rifiy at f eiio, b ae -i itemsin toitng be epoiteuinth
SEF~fu dig of 1hitint Ibn ert n h h n eyi T A G SI he e
The Chancery Officedayo the natio so hnsl~gJnh ~.p~
-,olic~ ~ ~ odf th Ameec heiae ith heh so adI6 mnte Sa e gh ou lantris aonen Setmn, te




stam ps,-~l da atonlh evlca i n n h or e sP
astoneJ lion
additionalnor Guam oh' fis 0at laee d a j Pmerican 1 c thetos fom tdy w qu d ic n en i l m e kddlo anl tlheiol touchio Aa add6tion to theSp nisil
8 a4 e In in 16ssh-n ta n e anietena st3 oss Cahh the ew, Votivchu eatunch is eae toefrfuueq
F lot ed w h ereli F e l pe Ta1








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Articles O he n pd ih M sthe

g Father o g N pat el C Gan Sn :h nvers t othe ae ewi be 0 1 CC l S

nrc Misno Ameic Ar-lite ho J -:gtP H
ustcas ofthe Spmshn explre B ih of at D tcee, wil pre Fah r G n o 'satcetn Flrdh r Ga n nw.t p d o r a c s
le n-segaes ro Df tre ea sulall Sewp er Th8 lrd.ahh utr hv ocuead Sn~ySpebr5 nteA e zaT tion wet he settled te gustn Recolroad) theo dioa okfr h olo m akb a oR

ts wl e v a t e e o is h r s n M ission take by m nd th l st nes of this whicha M enende ba th In- sou n of t is i n bel nies at the





sr odt fluture m acri th tae T-Ts )fee i he moch por m tat Spe b r 8, dasfdansee if te ae ano h ics fS u C isfo p it e U td400th anniversary of the muniyac of rel. onAuguasi, rtingls agrieltur
uti hncr Off e o th atsf eVA naC -s fol n Crs niinthansivs tlm A h c t an anirat p
cee ano nce yesterday laeft by Mhe ne ne-ilb.go etme ,18, ln 0ya8hfr h ti h einnso h Churh inAmeica- Arhbisop Jsep P Hrle







Jut coa s quS ad i c entloen i p e on the Disee contapner- p ds ret n a p ol nls ete a et w g et F oi a m sin so

th Fiathrrmann s Chritine A nFiatherlea I olti n wat Auuse wit its Miodcsi




to n-Gerst oner e w iel o n a i t .o ? : .ti .e b'Ej i in Id and fheaou c d io so Pr e coled ed Lh














as egacis toefutr eean eet eme &s dud Medo Grjae. ate Amr. Indan Nornbr ers was fort permanent

o, z e n ne z d el A vi e s e y Balsh o of ew Dac s of" s I h d gnis o e t e a d l ye.c r i d C r s o d s r t e e o d
uins of beintinit ng i T imugustin will dreshe at ev"I e before, seie wnt to ea t ham t ly n chation m t Amer An y ri i th c u
S ndcviizt th crert n c emoesan meetd hun (1inne)smigtewldmeirfrs ic r
viiao I ehette hefirtle p e gsialne wper (Ther thMynP et adms ate eut n ialy Tegarcnemlo
fis emn community in on. Flolda T Tmes Umoid Cabt Yu hoWaPas) horncsa is-n
tmeic r mericawthe re, 11he ms Jakovlead e Cp a pleneral, foll o e y f d ropeda the la po f atnul erbg rug Spe
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T. AUGUSTINE This historic cit has You can still see his dark dungeon and the nar'" always been fun to visit, but this year it is row barred widow through which his fellowsomething extra special, offering some- leader, Coacoochee or Wil4 Cat, shthered to thing that no other American city can yet du- freedom plicate. To gt a picture of the area's long, SpecThat unique "something" is the 400th taclar history in one evening, cross the lovely birthday of this city, the oldest in the United oldstone Bridge of Lions, head out along the States. The celebration is already in full swing beaches and attend the new SS St. Augustine has been under the, jurisdic. and will continue throughthe rest of 1965nd and Sword" in the special amphitheater.on Antion of Spain, England, France, the Confeder- ints ext year. Even ifsyoucome later, you'll e a nd. The pageant, a colorful and ate Statesnd the Usited States of America. able to enjoy many of the birthday presents a thientidwork, has brilliant scenes showmg ate Sttes an the UitedStatesof Ameica.












that St. Augustine is receiving at the cost of the foudig of the by and millions of dollars. ruthless conquistador, Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles m 1565.
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not at giving it a New Look but at restoring the
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tures in the city, now restored as an old Span- porss n e chiurcha y ish inn of the early 17(0s. Before i-twas re- research center and, perhaps most spectacular stored, a search was made of ancient archives of all, a staimless-steel cross on the spot where in both Madrid and St. Augustine and a cargo Father Lopez de Vendoza blessed the landmg. of Spanish period firnitur was bibught to the The cross (illustrated Page 6), wluch wdt city. In an6th er, transformed into a combina- slune from idiredt lighting at night, Will be tion museum and Spanish al'shome, you visible for miles at sea. can stroll in a walled garden bright with tropic Far more im ortant to most St. Augustine blossoms visitors, it Will be a visible landmark tomil Afew hundred feet north of the cluster of hons of motorist approach g the cityon four restored homes, you can walk through the an land U.S Hwy. 1 or scenic oceanfront Florida cient gate, with its flanks of restored log forti- Hw A1A, well as on feeder roadsfrm Infications This was once the northern limit of terstate 75 nearby. the towin its verearly days
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der American rule, the fort was a prison for an extensive renovation of the cathedral iS the tragic Seminole Indian leader, Osceola. Dec 8. Across the square stands Trinity The beaches of St. Asgustine are aoneg the
best on the Atlantic Coast.

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Church, oldest Episopal hurch in florida. A few blocks orthwest of the square is the mag nificent Flagler Memorial Presbyterian Church which Henry Flagler, oil tycoon who developed Florida' East Coast, built for one
-nillion dollars in 1889.
There are maiy ways to see St. Augustine.
Best way is to plan your ightseeing before you get to town. To get a big colorful pckage of free information about the city sid its many attractions, drop a stard to Wilb S. Bell, manager, Chaber f Commerce, St. Augustine. You'll get plety of planing material
by return 1ail.

THEN YOU CAN decide how long you
ohwish take to drive Fro one point of interest another. Or, you may decide to park the car and take a sightseeing tour in a tr train with knowledgeabe guides, a surrey with the fringe on 6p with equally knowing and cour tos drivers, or even in a sightseeing boat
Thereare literally does of tourist attratior in ad. around STi Augustine, ranging
froa ested houseaid to be the oldst i
town to a farmi fu11 of thousands of livre alligators. So that it's hard to see how every member of an average American family could fail to
find plenty of-enjoyable spots to visit
St. Augstine has lots of recreational opportunifies too. If you like to fish, you'can have several varieties, in bays and lagoons or
offshore in search of the big fellows.

THE BEACHES of St.Augustine's vicinity
are amorig-the best on the Atlantic Coast. A few miles from downtown over the Bridge of Lions and you come to a stretch of 18 miles of wide, hard-packed, white-sand beach. It's a beach that's never too crowidd a place where you can drive your car right t on the beach at low tide, where: you. can spend a glorious day
swimming, fishing and. picnicking.
Perhaps the modern mood of St. Augustine
is exemplifed by the derring-do of the statue of Ponce de Leon at a circle near theBridge of
Lions.
Old Ponce came through here in 1513, looking for the Fountain of Youth. He never found
it But if you o bee th New ok of this The oldest house in North America is in St. Augus te.
twyou cant help thinking that maybe St.
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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 forthe 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 tears 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- lude 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,restorationandreconstruc- 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 toplans 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 andwherepriests considered by the architects of St. Augusone, financed by American firms that do organized the nation's first Catholic par- tine's renascence. a

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restoration, a searh Highway AlA or feeder roads and yo a : y t n a
Smadeof ancient archives from Inerstate 75 nee by meost sat c pe est
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al admissionfee col frin on top or even in a its youth w dg Ted by the Natio al Pak signtseeig boat. its age v for its upkeep Tbee are dozens of atrac en the Eglish came options d around St Augusa' fr om Georgia under tine, ranging from a restored aOgletho they de house e said to be te oldest
d the town but despite in town to a far rfull of thoua eks of bombardment, could sands of live alligators. tcpture the facrt If you ike to fish, you can Under Amarcan rule, the have several va cities, in ays
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a. You can still see his The geac es of Stf Augus ungeon. time's vicity are among theI
get a pictue of the 'best oan the Atlatic Coast. A eas areoy in one eveniag' few miles from downtown
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ratios del IV Centenarlo de la iudlad de San Agusin (Florida), la prlmera comunidad urbana de Estados Unidos, y cuya fundaci6n se debe a los espaholes, el Minlsterio de Informacin y Turismo ha hecho donasin a dicha ciudad de esta images de San Mareos, talla en madera original de Lalz Campos



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LA visit tel ministry de ta Goernacin alos Estados Unidos, con motive del IV centenario de la undacidn e la ciudad de San Agustn, en Florida, ha venido a poner de relieve algo tan claro
--ese a las permanentes cortinas de humor que har tratado de oscurecerlo en los ltimos tiempos-como es el hispanismo norteamericano.
Los nombres de Ponce de Ledn, Hernando de Soo, Martine de Avids --undador de la rogia San Agustin--, Cabeza de Vaca, Coronado, ]ray Junipero Serra y otros . muches de similar re lieve fig ran.
got derecho rgio en la historia de los Estados Unidos. Ahora, en S: . atualidad, tambidn hay apeli20 spiebre 9a5 Nfim.155 dos espaoles daestacados en las mds
diversas esferas de la vida estadsunidense, co o los de Ochoa, Castroviejo o Itarbi. NHe.a York ha
hecho del castellano lengua su segundo idioma, ya que so Mdieo, Buenos Aires, Madrid, Barcelona y Santiago de Chile 2a aventagan en namero de personas que la hablan. Hat toda una fecunda tradicidn espaiola en Norteamdrica, que ahora, en el curs de una cena ofrecida en honor del seeor Alonso Vega, ha realado el secretario de Interier, Stewart Udall: ctSe ha estado greteetndeo ue nuestra historia s nuestra ascendencia son nicamece aglosagonas. Pero esto no sdte as ana ecivcacin, sine an g.an errr. La inluencia spatula es prounda, y no soo en el suroeste de los Estados Unidos, donde abundan las huellas de conuistadores, exporadores, misioneros... Somos tan hisgdnicos come anglosaienes, y la conciencia de ello se estd afirmande cada ves mros en los Estados Unidos.e,
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