Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board Scrap Book No. 5, 1965-1968

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Note: The Historic St. Augustine Scrap Books were composed by Rita ("Cookie") O'Brien, who was on staff; NOTE: this scrapbook covers the same series of time as Scrapbook No. 4, although containing different content

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MAN with six daughters always has a problem. But Alfonsa married a local man the first time and her second martansfe him to mid I18th century St. Augustine, a military riage is not documented.
garrison, and pity his trials. In the first place, Victoriano But the shiner was Antonia. The explorable facts today are in de Aver and his wife Francesca still lived under the cold legal language, but even that hints at a deal to be said aout the feudal shadow that made the lack of a sorn the source of third daughter. Although not the first-born, it was she who inherited a paine silence. the parental home. It was Antonia who married at 18 a captain from
Every time father Victoriano was summoned to the Cartagena, inheriting his "houses w. ith their lots and rooms, male bedroom by the midwife, there was a dark-haired daughter-precious, slaves, and one sloop called El Santisimo Christo de la Soledad, San of course, but still a daughter. First, Ildefonsa-usually called Alfonsa Joseph y las Animas." by her sisters en Juana, Antonia, and Manuela. When at last a It was Antonia who rewed the supply custodian of the garrison, on was borne did early. Ursula began the female procession again, manager of the Castillo de San Marcos supplies, and later inherited (o
edby Miariawho died infan cy his house. It was Antonia who charmed the lonely old garrison serSw fo go providerto sta gant Feand Rodiguez, so that he left his little stone house to
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he girls hms ees mrsto oth bpen without taire in helping T HEN Antonia was first married to Capt. Jeph Guilen, she
fe I hardly hae fAeen r idi t wh s h stoni It dated hack i n 1712,


Seam a s i n ilies, ter reatry auspicious mare e gandthe erh eilding it after the panicky burning of 1702 niager hfac hatdaytheih are monument of the typicl whe Gov Moor thretened ai ..
at l or ts to gaze aton the Call Real (Royan Road today The St Augustinians had burned their awn homes to prevent uto
St George Street) n he n ins dest ity More's using them militarily, so they demanded redress from the t
he first plae all e girls flowed their mother's reampe Spnish cro wn hich tooka at leas a decade, in coming. sThe h ome
S d s we ary. Bt AfnadJuanam rd believed originally to have been the Avero residence has been reconhen tey were qu ly ore six children, were widowed, and structed on the east side of St. George Street by Walter B Frazier.
erred. Ania and Ursula also had several children Antonia It is called the Salazar house,
ad t stands die and they married again. Next door lived her sister Juana. Across the street were Ursula A alii of girls lived in a close knit society on St. George Street and Al The Arrivas hiuse (Ursual s) and the Salcedo house eept o anuela ho married a St. Augustinian at 17 (Alfonsa s) have been reconstructed by the St. Augustine Historical LL o thre gis maried l fo the time Ursul married a Sicilianl Restoration and Preservation Commission and can be viewed todayS t e hem ke the life so well that edleys of the tlree frign oc upations they spanned. a.
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St Au~'ustin Celebrates 400th Ye ar
wing for exhibits depicting the role of Spain
in the development of the new world.
lo h t~ \t nts l i bti t On September 4, officials of the OAS III' A01t htt it III( I vi, \N (,(I Iinaugurated the Pan American Center across ht i i 'tlI.t t hiltlt,, tthile t street from the Spanish museum. The Slic hi P-t i' tt t I center was built in cooperation with the Pan te .! p it m ll I N tl Ik s t i ti r k American Union with funds donated by North
il i t I it't if Sltm r mai t ,orat cr American corporations which do business in \It lh ho t tI tih .I t l .. It l tt th lin \t t Latin America. The center will be a showI.. d I t I) t,, I w tt, thtdrit- l Year. case for exhibits developed by the Latin I t i. ltN t I )I tt, stI 28 vptttt 'Io 16),5-Septti r t 19166 American governments.
OI its t 2 '5 til l iti f 0 \Ntt, T r ti li/d t ct In June, delegates from most of the Latin l. i Lttl I I I I t I I w t it I Iti itit t Itad- American counties attended a Pan American
IIItt I I f. ttll1 l \ I I ii ,staislt I Symposium on Restoration and Preservation lit.I t, t it Iial i. I ri t t y tni I) hratstip of. Historic Monuments held in St. Augustine.
L it t 1 tt lil i t iA \ IIl ie. \l h, i l,, chirna Sponsors of the meeting were the National
11. ,, .. I ll'' Lilt il... ii ri ..l id sti oiratii ( .nl l Trust for Historic Preservation, the Pan
tlt \i,, tl I'ld i It' ltlt isio, iT' itt'tr ti ih ,t ( lill'tial American Union, and the National Quadrii 'i ctr tnif iii's E\arl t I \tnt lo' ttiI iII I it Spil it, d I oiliis.io. ;p tii lit \,tk 'I, i A third new museum was dedicated by has been a significant part of the observance. ii'il'I''tti I' itit( lrioi lil 40Iti\ivrr ( 'ito hi, i2 Florida Governor Haydon Burns on Septem- The Mexican government has donated to this toi eletut ,t tt c'libratio t tth stats at an her 5. The Travers House, reconstructed by project microfim copies of all of its records
po il It ''t'tud Sll iit itratio l leciiziig Illthat the' Cit the Florida Trustees of International Im- pertaining to Florida. In addition, the Roman
I ig 1d, t. \ .l Ilicstt h bnii o ollr thai half iti li rt of provesent, servs as an exhibition building Catholic Church has projected a new research sit\ \ lir il cuil t lltl)' Il:tlit \l. I (:onllisio l nlist Id telling the story of Florida from th founding and exhibition center for the documents reI I II II i'l't ill I 't )pai l. th l vern t If Spiti of St Augustine to modern times, lating to Florida in its posession. The church
I I t II t in I N\I I l i Di n1 of th I itt l A ( I4 A new post office is being built in St Augus- plans to microfilm all possible Spanish archives S i It i st R t fl tine to replace the old one which now occu- relating to Florida, and has already coma t ll 1i. t lr, l ilt ill tltii lt ilt Spil tlit prillcipal pies most of the space in the old Government pleted the filming of much of this material. Iw (ttel a crs atin tht. f d- I \tilL ( lisio has I e House. Thelatter, modified many times over In October, the Florida Historical Society
116 Slit' ',i r 'tt it' trl s s '11l the years, contains the walls of theold Span- will publish a double number of its Quarterly i Atli Il t I 'hiti r ish governor's house. It has an unbroken his- devoted entirely to special studies relating to t 21' h b 11 Jliit Sr1 S ii illctiitt St200l l 1i tory as the center of government in St. St Augustine. A new bigraphy of Menendez I lit 'tI S t SI ti t IRstorrtioi. Il Ir th re- Augustine. When the post office moves early is now on the presses, and several other pubIt li llilt I, ti. (it\. Sr t ol strc tion I t ltss next year, it is expected that the older por. lishipg projects are in progress. plal ither t ht of 1965 If tt tti'htt t hti 'cr Sptish building. The tions of the Government House will be St. Aungstine hopes to emerge from the
l ci,;tial ci k I't'ctil iltl Ii' S Uilin it s ln"poed by thi Spaith \ilnister restored, and the newer portions used as a celebration as an international conference ttit ttil llt.t 'ifll,, tInttcrrd U. S.trt'irtt I S cti I lit museum and information center for the city. center. As President Kennedy put it, "When IA n A rict ai ( :ltIrttoi Welk hlk l pla tI trim Stc \art i. t dall Spt.nr 5 The fifth government involved in St. Augus- I recall how Colonial Wiiamsburg has served
,l ... ti od 1 I ..i,, c I it \N 1, ..I.t. tine may have a similar center before the e so effectively as a symolof bond between quadricentennial year is over. A building of English-speaking peoples on both sides of the (ie o tthe ertmonie it hll in t tt ti t iring i t obseriance ot the ir colonial English architecture has been offered Atlantic, I can see how valuable it will bhe eek ol the ulildritltentii eart to the Restoration program, and the site of an to have a similar symbol of the cultural heritoriginal British building acquired for it. age which came to us from Hispanic-American Thus, within the quadricentennial year sources. This can be a most important new Sand as a part of the restoration program it symbolic bond with our Latin American is expected that all fve governments involved neighbors to the south, as well as to Spain ii the development of the city will be repre- across the ocean.
scented by new museums incorporat President Johnson has evidenced a similar stored or reconstructed colonial buildings This interest in the project, having personally dedihas been the basic objective of the celebra- cated the first group of restored buildings ton as planned by the National Commission: during a 1963 visit to St Augustine. He has devote the energies of the observance to said, The Spanish heritage n this country of permanent historical value. is one of the greatestamong those which today restoration of buildings has not been blend to form the St and it is a the only important facet of the quadricesc source of great satisfal to to note the tennial celebration. The building of a collect growing movement in theoutry tp recognize of research materials on Florida history this contribution."
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when: It was 'aeclared suplus.
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Austin stated that his
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,getr,, the present building ;, -and let the: rl storztjotj: AspMlt I L ,Accep ......
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B45ey-- said the Yea'-' the bid heat
JAcksofiville to provide th 'ro
''th6_,res... toiaiion: hai.. taUn 45,000 Ifrom the 'enetal-,Services A(hm 11 0
it for ov njq si on 8 executive of property taj jr6in tI roll9 an&, $11.70, per ton tidn t i tle- to' the, prel6nt: Fost;.()f ie& extremely highb6ffin an4 i3a, c e
on, to ,,ati t d, The total cost, vernor's. Mansion. ng an R w. ewt and: that the., res, on,,commission- Cep la w e, capac'Ity of
reen, has sai I wou. piY,,au iiioutti tbe. Opliait aild ins. idea of us1bg the:beautif Floo viith
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Gutterma4-cbm lainOd -that the. city 'Manag silon 0641d, be' e c'o'_u-ra- _dArl this in. ._ Oftic'e' B 41d'
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ey,9'n1fned14te_ Gu m n o 1;6: _7VU an, amp e, roora halt'' t And business leader wso ig. ch -It would be a, jktl 't, omplis
futu n- of the St.- Augustine 400th'Anniv -City com- i W'd seek'flit:1itip
Offi Commission,, Herbert E. Wolfe. vz, ii, '6 Restori 11 0I ion
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At 6 IS I a ion and Preservation ComImSsi t
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VISIT OF MINISTER OF INDUSTRY
Spain's Minister of Industry, Gregorio L6pez Brave,
paid an 11-day visit to the United States, accompanied by
Director Generals Miguel Saltis, of Metallurgical Industries,
and Julio Cattlleja, f Energy.
During his trip, the Minister inspected industrial projects in Schenectady, Syracuse, Detroit and Pittsburgh, toured Cape Kennedy installations, and visited St.
Augustine, and St. Louis. In Washington and New York,
he conferred with high government officials.
Highlights of Minister L6pez-Brav's trip were:

November 2--Shenectady and Syracuse
Visited General Electric laboratory and factories, as guest of
Vice Pres. B esahe, paying special attention a teurbo-electric and
electronic facilities.
November 23-Detroit
As guest of Chrysler Company's Pressident Townsend visited
the Lynch Road Assembly Plant, where Plymouth and Dodge cars are produced. Showed particular interest in present and future models of Dodge Dart cars, which are now being produced
in Spain by Barrieras Diesel, S. A.
November 24--Pittsburgb
Visited Monroeville Research Center of U. Steel, toured
Monongahela Valley Steel Mill, and discussed advance canomputer techeiqdues.
November 25-St. Augustine, Florida
Visited Spain's Csa del Hidalgo, in restored historical area.
Presented statue of St. Mark to the American Natitonal monument,
Castillo de San Marcos.
November 26
Toured Cape Kennedy NASA installations and launching areas Guest of Mayor Cervantes, discussed the transfer o eish

Pavilion from World's Fair to St. Louis.
November 29--Washington, D. C.
Conferrnsed with U.S. secretary of Commerce Connr. Attended
signing of amendment to Spain-Agreement for cooperation in uses
of atomic energy. Called on Undersecretary Geore Ball.
November 30-Washigton nd New York
Called on Export-Import Bank President Lieder. Flew to New
York, November 30, where he was guest of honor at a luncheon
given by the Spain-U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
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.PLANNER HIRED second, to give all city em- query ltheg#lidission e M Smith and Associates ployees a raise, a pension plan the t etoratio ere retain. bym t sci for and acq e a cii hallr with
S0 a ate gots s n o being gives to the Commission. Andron told the tance to the ct zoning aod Restoration Comsmisaion. "Mar- city fathers that the State Rea-; plimning eo The fee ally and financially we cannot toration Cominission does not will cover a f~ur-month period afford to support this program," pay Ites, however the Restora-V 7
is t azo theybe sold. m s o e Gtr tion Corporation does pay taxes, will asasit seect, going and Commissioner Gutterplnig inmattrs of zanig man quesod whether toe an the city and couny have, 'D0 and affic probli t co lg ve $00o to them taxed for the same ,t(
A larger prom calling for the St. Augustine Restoration amount. the pdo the City (Simon) Inc. A letter from Restoratio Mayor Bailey pointed out that an and estimad to cost over Charman Wolfe on Nov. 00 in t isa $000 wan tad for further requested sa rlasne of tdu gie qra study. C eager Charles budgeted for the Com ror l a commission The letter asked for of n thtthe ct could apply for to mausd i ee PAL 1) AT two-tds of ah necessary for intereA h te, Ford a uo Batle -rexd in letr of' $11,M0 ohe Florida -Dove- BulE, a k f-ro Rear Admiral-.0
o issidn which is tion C rge P. Kochs for city part
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aimedn feminainn decraton has Father Michae asno ani shwigrbcetuyaciite W oldsp ai Aboui nei g -Othe buie Falub a ps a n c as Par sh p


schoarly 'Ocean off Flousea tte otter crao aopr e me e. co and shos te s en a rh s tnireds tG arden
Ola f rne akwilme
'Augsfin bycea atrih o tte ae Wrd














nplanini ado sev an bntr




too ts aoeoto ric Fleord Indh-OadpoorpsohwoMs aty SmlJcsn
acentyal ed oro o e s aot 'eon onan m g o n b g e t
aiy, metn arldif ch rofdo .ra d tto et i in he WoriE l vng he anda Mri exhinitst e ttoan st SAr it an- he it, an d r gu edst r star Bu by aa at bli ga
oill te to C wha e a h no S n b een e o tciy' 2 tunear the rmeo r f t he Rlavin






s eor l adt i enury ti o old ose s ciy*' in ohnc ree ,will to te cit was anid botale"tey c an ginntructed n rn tho 'enury nerpri
&Iawills ta s ndd o ret aal
aageensle ftgnaw f or Ater Fl's i
















ecns afte thte estored Th ahlctnkcwihbishave" been usefu in res hing L O R I D
1er T a Fin. 11 ) Lats amans.a Teat n I ats tall archderatgn a arn



c b iy'try rnil a am lac o te rt, a but th e oy a s te ach Ty the pria ph eortan, s am Aa l e Pr nthi frin loating t a t



ostote redn :, ,sto re b b 8 s hws al
moe romthe eh r ally -i ond C th stualami ssui ea a








Itponer iod ie wha, i the sap eratm, Na athdighao otAtus the mpn ds I S s
1 ti at o ste its n a o t in ws d prine a grion a an ta resw The houses firs :floo Rereeoatve oft eG re






oIa i sa a istacludd mian s t an fOerangan P r wiin th f lear s ce is








ha l a si t" n'ait easels ist di an ahi nl eiiaritii etiaos sS a ne h
qurr onsic in'b th gon -y frlnh n la ck th el oc


dtsahl m ur thatfac aours lio a :me ge 1 oil Work shows aary o g t, Housee
jai., ztarc ives arvdng hen at 1:30 pte'Bum. forth















isaT ora taf t carrfis a apse weh i t an 'tis h ten pte hr ar
pa 0 chain rapmid s si c matia h th early days rec illohy aDa tmem y.






ae nit oen alan t e i a y s s S meat te il nt h
ar a pg cal s anwton, exhihie t
e ai et a it s a F e M a ortio sad hi t t tivites
mision aiion ieles,. irdi the the 'lrd S t he' ov t
Htotica Pt Au e ron san ens~ p aris r sn of St.A utst' panis Ceo is, he' ans al edsati n a me n a t dain b c In Jn 0N I tM (Jacas C n r d te











d aecs In tao s atretored h
he pes t d een employed to nearh the lbr wil i a "ing
sagema th ale attCra t foundation ns at old bausen so city' in w riden il
he The cty wash arpe by li'hey can to recans rc ed en carr on 20 cantr an erprir Spanish trom tp inn the aname a .
toaa ritish tuft-1an the Spabsa Church records,' aid deeds, a in ins-las, and tha Amer willsJatatters onds e sit
cans after StG The restored e bnusefuinresc FLORIDA
city a ft ah l ence of the project, lut theS stL NG
ch o iabo antn7 single decament ban a.
st o the restated buildings bae a s map atshows al
cme from t a ecnd Spanis to s in the'city at that
period, since t~a'is the pa iad time,- with diagrams al Ibein
at mst is no e abut s apes ad i t po its
dThe asses ser eb ee o Item
gaquina, a stone blamed tram' Ii'easlells mined .in a
quarry. on aes~h't Aastasia CAILA ?ACI-'
Sland at t abby, a e e and.
neasbetj minte that art tthe ,EaiS
cement_ or'
.Earle W. Natin, nercutive
dirct at the restoration t t
commission, heieves the DEC 2 4 i d
praeci will mate St AugusA an educatibai center as well
as a n.oist at l ac nionn
pee loopes the edcatihn as fae may atiact t urndatian
granhi to beip finance Ibo $55 million prisiect % lr"""" "-~~:~
The Willtamnbrg rsinralias
was accnmpllstad: Ilrengl the an a
contribution sf tat Oilan
milain by Jao 0. Rchifegler, PWill tmhrg in. anrd an a s ntrelans with the a
tt anidNewton, Smu job i
isi Ii wg anan Iilucattbnal program IbmoUgloat the tioitod States about the tispaniN
ariginn of the cltry,"
grvecause hl to lerit a






























































Oad rpanish Inio For $11500o
To : istori r o i g soef e'i ajE te a~~ r o Jn troil ogsnw e or~ to poeneelto;







oi ti : oreraio B







nish nnesr $1

The b tdio its on told

Purchaseet uvvnstutrsith


To Date B se teft:$i
mherd Auustie ertn were added during th Amecatn In iniza rRevoloonwhee Britshhetd St. met thi cornig for the targ- Augcstine. A ctur ago it was act single property transaction knowneas the St. Johns eouse. Sthe history of tho c coratn he 14-roeom coquie stoe The Old Spnish too, d8 ft. hcidling was acquired by Mr. Go ft, ws purchased this BaSth tn 1958 frcm Mrs. Mar mring for $115,000 The prep- gusrit Phi:lp ef Philadelphta. erand etC scntets were ac- Mr. and Mr. Bath relhabititate red fcMr. and Mrs Ger- iasa "posada in Spi might Hor eth of St. Auge have loedS 0 rse go,mth tfrnishghrou fom Mdad
HebetE. Wolfe corporation rid, Toleo GrandeSevil ansd ci a, aocid th pur- B chasedurigtrasfe proceedings chae also isdea sewro this morning. moer~ r siden ce her
We oo fee rune indd,"G r r
said Itr. Wotfe, that wehave tepretins ofthe ccoortioe, heen Cst work ot a long- said: the inn oesll contie topm pucohaso plan th Mr erate at it ha d M Geald Horton Bath,
St 4Acgcstine, ewho have mdo
e ldcuing sh an. as.et
tocthecity. Th commissuon set

kathcth ni mcivondg Sto
A forti a potertty was givo
:AGREEMENT SIGNED. . .
s cat strcctcres ton Officers of te St. Augustine Restoration, Inc. signsd a purchase agreement t mor g r. Ga r sGerald Horton Bath for the purchase of the Old Spanish I a

tieadie.eIn e Shows above during te ranefer proceedings are: (left to right) Coration Char t vit at n mooH h r Woafd Diector arp Noewton, coropration member and council rank
Co phrS. cd r eadIotnB h Rcr lea
5 ptret












Agomld mm maxm na rus m5 .se of duaeeo lys say a drnii u, mm buia t1 i thenbei loed e ono r ,alysde ad am 0 op n tooPTO n mlQ a rom ishy(dinlee thalkitmstorea amot ntetteos nilte egl inlytheth; to

thtl mumyg) ant drigteirsveral- of r ot eid
and colorful textile pro ots- existence. Thus, a poncho decor- Spanish Conquistadors werd
some decorated with gold .a ated with a pattern of silver the area,, sin:eheh showatle silver, ceramics and other itemns frogs isin arly the sa e s l i e e a
loon swa ow tot~ roth froim ancient( Perviai bridl w.as when worn. :Textile tableware it4ms show use of sev- .
pobswl eoidsly roducts in Per pr-date cer- eral of these techniques. a aes of potey d mu goud twlleconds.lTy e ce ade ty about 1000 0 ofto -d B Teq. plte 000 0 e
0a Amrcn Buldn bgn-o unexpeted itmPn h


aics ar her pm ounday thGlri iesen shicoletioes dere fiask deodte in seerl ofor ticlodr

he nd



TA E TRnXHBTEwhnt en 'th p re 1 bu 3 cove loecto k pa inig maebs ih te carceitc3u
s dioeloy tf a 0 ilo e umfb ag ondian 1,0
0000t ifact tha St opensSund Bay C an Su aytke wef a bura








lized ~ro m nnm yco ran seeaes Th tems aollecamion bucr. wilbeis rg
oaaeMsumif ansvl h to m out10.e a r cot to n Thyare abufieosx








(R cr o al grouns- of d s veral ty Ind an ool an he bur p ia-inhs teng ih er al b igh oos
ofPu lfseof tiamhe 0
ar eb a o ey e rh 9








t --~ 9 by ba






P 9
loane themto Baccomplieashe silverth eve




hoto at therreato rea is stu de wo ch s thn s hammere silver, frogss edge with fringe -it al u rt Audfn whatrca appear ahe ben birdoia symbols At front is1 a.6& '~ group of pr -Ic
deie oft coper (Recor photo)peaiosa m ufces
s mmmmmmo
ie-wt hs olciiKThIipa ilrmi pno hmwr.brrne, ryc

who~ ~ ~ usdten uiglf. tol~mn hedtly r














-Ve restoSo



I The ol h pan sh e asu 1e tho Sp ns ate e o this 601
he lo t ha SOME OFte soia FseLIN San pa oi Tet ae d g tribte











e Eatreetiastyl ue
Ta lhe oang o ome Geardn TiiyCu S t





tu c e n Augus cotiu Res. Pesn pldmiss no aht-pbl.

,tn :c :hroghou td hot hf rerc tee thIpareivtdowa
post is awnehposi- it mut settsomeeaknissions enItenefrtyTeutas localcme




Ip chSrponedwlhuugetcnsten thedpaishfovrnmn spi 4 ru pns tee

:e ftecrpr-Agsm Retrain IR WA Ai phisoi bund in a aLe d
4 ewton resigned- as potoe Comsso Excu Schmoll ofe Tampg will bepre
bej eenjpe cto ue~ Ol epns,' De-om onb n- et 3 u l on
edw e the ocrpr 1cm io stud bore ction I he p
1,~ o Woo ,s deayn Newto mad th suggest o nd St e ug ai be or pbic nS.Agsin yMs eo
p eBgn th e a n b i ni g ti
c should be- int l he h a auccordns, toa J aqn p ur rw ,i ~k o vle b ~
anedu bingbati1sienaihnas eyheemdnrewos spetoa1,BdirectorfofdhenaJacde

t o o sa d -d u le i t h e si:c&l, k er
th dft_ went aton witlage To f tlm neN w Csu h hses 11 s~ i eah yMr.Jh
poer k ian Thl Ne t 1 t bu
oardin detai beo -mn jo rd one on e a al feeuie ous dwrs
*Js,: e ntaiv of sk t es pan rze a re not suffici, ent tom n' at-ane
t iiv6',b''iIrUSe~ s 1 ij"e exp e ta5 )c n fullti e i- om ision work eis eua othy m e-- ar n C M
n~ a n dd a t h e r e t o a e d a' $ 5 0 0 t r u c ke t o v oi r e e a
th~h ; i~e -,M bs )"''lf t I cois t ~ aid1 b i r .W .D~ s







S G0
























BWal








EA RL I IGATIONAL INSTftL '
d aleoe,&Co fr~op dBal cacti ice ofa'h~op.Bl 0 ebe to of f theSt An exhibiteof' "Ery Brio a huadred and fty Spans 10 jps tl an inei emu&C frm4a nt oa r S isheCotribution itop thrt soldir: aabl o id e o acurt ',., Au stn tHistorical Restoration adPreservatio o misoo, heade b yWolfe, pro- of Navlgation iss an a Teaexhiit coesfromo the tieal measureena
-s'td te stock, wotl $47,500, to Wolfe aestrday for ue in t eaetorato program. ft a 50 ream so the Peat c t trough which goe h (Record Ito) I ffice with U. S. Nay and prime meidian froce wich S Coat Guard andhe r eccrut. werl time as masuc The
VL,,,G f Valued At $47,500u Presene ,eo 10 g apoters. pl~le ae w~a pikdb itr
fram the Natioaal Mlaritimee had bae the loatia of the
sne Restora CoMom ee
c hoogltefal according to The firt Atooe oa EdadBallrailroad andin. hisoa ion ah oletcity inthe 0o 0 Th030y_,yl1-bue to itrue cocane director of in- at th abseraoyd e pd Y- osril agnate and mebrUnie Staes0." puchs 00rjciai cedtaitt agaion Stso Acdd' att Rioter het tad th mr0 teL00 of Si. A gustiae Restoration, still the "founio n fmd e),.l~trton and Preser ao appoment toath e o msion tOU sbo, Ow 0 itieaat eatllrenc Comssogae t c0hrsol and became a ieo of m rae it 0o'"Il" 00a-_r a foe ehbt fom Entland pos diion a sa E. .dpntde Neoa & Co. soroain beca, he sid, nait library. o,q'e10,000 accuiesthe coot romwhoich the dovelopament ofte is eeomonsock to oe mi-"Ti restsrto is tefitoumes, whll:lb avaa house th Enls gvraflate non-poi cr and onyexing Orojofi- b16toe first 9t~ti Sep- 0ti St.Autin atom
at prfoS.ugsie Retr- ternatia inifcacenhe obr. This eognning w 1765oooAsS.
ti n. yesedy stateof tlortea." more than ufif th m iiu Te axii nldos the
a Ball said thontso is not toleal lthrary 0 at hia0 to n
.'Iheans a 0be hedan an ivsmoot, -bt ah Ameritcn Bar Asoociatis about t8O boy Enh a-17 i l oporto ohira H. E. soul lbe cashed and used for era and repr i omapa Wolf sad "s mchas this the continuog program n ol #ii salsi
sical re- "Wwbe ori ith
Irmean









'& M Iot orct, weoare Mr. Bal as~ toi ts profrec toil
eemoehonord that amon amn vaiosproect weare
taken transform ation, said n' rancis." ~ g









im oudtar o u to s 1, caot codh on trnso o som ps
toacpt abet ofc a oeEal W. aetn, drctar of t sowing 1. iin ofss.L xetde,dn ou oranztioe an to an. bth, the comisotnand car- ay -h t ueof t l Fri hs"e ,Caisal Torge th dramatiton of poralien. Si n hr wle anbl fJcsi -tatn

muhabout," Ball oatd. "NwoD.JhJhnutig rs Egland et a eota crdt outf 5
tePigrtms weren't oven ,' Alborn whon some 800 Spentards to Drill 0obed'end''.in -171rld t











WASHIGTON D. C. et edta e0 end to~ Ku05nz
SU30 332,437 Thi ase the firot tiroeos tiv vie t'h si ihnW "Jlztian in the United Stee -:on~i Snih -end I lia the way s
they're revtving it with thoeecn.fteti,, eu r IAN! 2 3 1966 tcam demnstratore in St.


cuustnEed y dathat cty thayt 'at asntc a'ttn ao be th tere 1$00
/e Sp wood O dit c to


Ballals gav Fl r m a tt 4e ti 1e4,t or64'nan kt c4 inr tb tosnomorts sidAn
beueenteetbihet o n ,iteartt nou "ars 4 mb a~~~~~~~ naw Iirro~ latclewtth ththcoun;elhens 0e trn-aptnusth eUG 4 n tot t



tapETesholit pnnSp-yu rader on oman eiuin s stmtentb -5m Qi -co:qsistru tO ynly ine onod t




L I I L, q I I is the em er. thamu ar e beit o wone th'htnne f.-tuim
Spanis b oer Th :gif waA n the fo' ommssone of trmn Isi the ftrct Ora
esti, n oursts 30 ewtb w eny prt tositorsli





gae t h ~m citiens rSody
idalgo, con- aid







nere a-pi
Lted y th sam vicnitywith he s b;i es, bd
ted, i Referrin o thed~;~n I~I$ parntmoiv -boh cntoledanouce f Walt r-~i~ i~t~~




byabutth am mn.Is'
t-, Augstial wyear 4ado ad Jhj' f







"AMUSTI 140,

'Fir
pi 1, H[
ea o ,ts p a at c
rue T
b ox The Hispanic G r ojjjde ". Jackson fashi heurreTnt
0_ Mapa
hich
'eorg
ST. A he first mittee w Ville -Beach and Ponte'Vedr I as spear if- W; 26 in V




r 'efit
I" "o
and may be obtained here by
P i fund-raising T



Mi 08t I
Jacksonville res C. -Hotel kh
5.,
oje6t & pi'' for the after contapting any member of a

d fr 2 to,
MI-I'Of 116", here, as local D. Towers, who serves as: & localgarden club. Outoftown p roce Ub"s
m era
j1ple mbell Hispanic Gar- member of the,, St. Augustine persons desiring to obtain. fur- . . ...

dk
host a tea at Historical ther Information concerning the projectand the (in"
By-.CfjARLEs W., WARING JR. leader should be 4anied, to co. 4he.,Hotel P' de Leon. Preservatloh Vommission. It benefit may 'write 6 the local 11 1 . Planned,, f, 2 Chamber of Commerce, Evening Post Staff Writer ordinate &,p ogram-"' ft to, 5 P.m., orga 46d in Jacksonville,
Newton said, four agencies the affalr ,,, nefit the His- was Castillo Drive.,
G
hich is b ing June 1, 1965. Since that time Ancient City members of'the Plans for.tharleston'si tricen- joined fore6.V d6v6l&o edk George Street -Attee
as S6,-, I more'than'balf of'the, 45,000 Hispanic Garden Comn tennial conimemoration, should gustine's celebrations Me betweenthe pr the project has elude Mrs. Arthur,. C rnpbell
be;"made now, according -to 9 Roman Catholic Church, a na-' Cas a e rected here required f
d fi Iast mind a tiobal. Dn (set tip by the by the vernment and been raised. Mrs. W. 1. Drysdale-.zapd Mrs.
ian ,who helpe ,Qommissi TICKET9 are, being 'sold in H. E., Wolfe, Akrs: Jehn R
Gr,.thenationl& jqt4 e ld6nt Kennedy)-a, locat the Pan erican, Center. 6 serves Brooks. of Jackson llj t National
7zoldesCcity last year, d5iPorajioh" and, the 4,,chalrnlanof the eoTf tt e.
Park,,Service.,
Earle W. Newton, director of An added a
Y, be tea',VIU be, _e,_4rit'
the St 'Augustine, Fla Histori." Direction of the celebrafion at t was. primarily by the "National th ,appear4nce,1,df, -th
Res oration and PreserVa7!. o'! eek St. Augustine Quadriceptennial V Fes I'S
tion commission said, work, b
shotild'be in lf t least five,'6 Commission.
r Do 'Id These programs themselves six yearst adva e of th
14C .. U ':, Newton MR ANKT WALIKE no money makers
warned. "They may bring *ilk, Charleston.8 com ion
but the produc- Dro astex 'ThunWkLy touri5t traffic
will be:in 10*- the' a e Money 10' -noofi at the Art tions msel es
LIN NeVon Wd$ 'bi -st PrOb' ers. That's. why it' t t follo the c6ff P
is mone i suggested to set up a sufficient gge 0get in ,-r fourth This-is,7tne
iit a state 0 ionbe set '. dv' ce.' of igt open,.
to,, approp iii the', money pi ne is -s
Was r f"', now, an Irn- Be is f f NEWTON SAID that
H kAe. b uld be
ho p6rtant by product Of SL Au
et uj); o three years III gstie, s,400th anniversary cel(6bratlohw s tbat it set the Inn d
for a 20-year $20 million pro portant acli:n, f 6Lresto'rafion of the old
'r is to ke p, the!_.Mtorical and ram
section of. St., Augustine. The size domirwfiity 46 king
-of the area is aboutfour bloc" he d.- "Th
d4o;h-add,1!: rsai' j b :t 'Vocks e, wide and a out lous
inity.,, a one maY. -4nore than ap!W,
uce' a' se'ries, 4 leeures 'Newton addeii'that he was in.
meetings and tile business terested. Irr obtiifning' a. wood- X
unity eoe -6n house while'in,'Ch flestdl j
dLk of -cs cial transport to-St. Augus tinq..He said no-7woodvn E 1'-'b Ilk,
W local, cha er of hous8!i'h6e survived 'Jli%' 96
141) aving ostoration rea and-,. that
poot lea& &broug m, ,;,bne,
m, metween ,LLY IY4 LO-Fng w atioh

'Ahtpprtaitt 16, mh 1t Wars, in, 1763,
r 1$1140 get, 'a, profession- '_Ne.wtbn Wa& speaker,- at
p 6V
,0 a mas, meeting. of Dip Prt: u'ttatioli 806 1
%lIe're, is, it state ciety',df Charleston last night.
',director is -the W":6)1,.rest6ratlon of SpaniS11 CQ10114
te il-' cit?- and
how, it t-elateg -,M'; 1ntetIaatioiW
cal cornmunitY s! n1f1canCe





HECK of $50 is, prese ted by Mr s. Archie Budd Jleffi, rden%
Club,; ) ille tour chairman, to Mrs. Walter A. McRae Jr X dN
f
0 4 1 tine Hispanic Garden Fund Committee, during a ffii i 6 wit it
ne, tet committee members !conducted y6sterday by John R
ome of Mrs. C. Doughtry Towees.--S man, in th te&, f rom -.'lefi are r de'. Harris, Mrs. Budd, Mrs, McRae, Mrs. Jose I ph Ri rggs -, stan ing,. Mrs, Geor e Champion Jr. of, Ponte Vedra Beach, Other ne mem&
Charles Campbell, Mrs. J s h Davin and Mrs. Bronson E. Lwamb. The Znds w;ere
s
raised by a Garden Club tour of the :St. Augustine restoration work.

A"
'mSt.
11; ,e teflu Uffuls
z
of
de
tant,
t$,p
and a ver c6ntenhial
med will
Plans fo r a-,M ani'c Garden prizes b
fund-raising tea Feb. 10 from 2 in
until 5 at the Hotel Fuuuu
pan. t
de Leon in St. Augustine Were A continftpu ihd N co d
completed by fund committee public, Sp a
members at a meeting Yester- AV
day in the home of -Mrs Q proNdded,
-Daughtry Towers, ih "I pbell Is
3500 'Fjzh
of the tea, with
mofid St.
cha' y
,The, je"a will be, the f i r &A am B Young of Jack ei ept held in St. Augusti4le to sonville in' charge of tickets.
benefit the garden on st, G66r9p, Ticket sE 1 the Jacksonville
ties 6n of th 1,P49
beaches area are being di-!
Street, whi h is bein.g developpd takej'36A. John, F SIT US Jamn, 't 0, St
a zym rected bi awards, 't 0,
ta serve Re Lbolic 1 i'Zk ilp," 'U 'ft B rns b'6aqSrt Gov.: ay
and ti kets be obtained. in A44 -6f Burfis betweentbe Cutt dei Hidalgo; I of dignitalies. scheduledtb', 'arti th I y prl6i lb
St. Z Zfr= garden.club qn, erected by, the G&,ernment'of, -" Ipite h6r6, 1h '66 sd oh&, n4t ormation wIA_ be
4 qu A F b icati ns. Spain and the Pan', Aii,6471, t I dit
a r centennial c I b t
provided on town persons by The'. ay!s I ies vffl. b n can Center'
12 honbrilig the birtha0 of edro the Chamber.'fof'Comraerce of with a sole Mislbid. Menendez found&,-6i,..,tbe city in
e. Hispanic Gar 0 1 St. Augus
:C tt'e, located at 10 sion a '6 br -de- Dios &ite'
mitteeoearheade 11565;'
Castillo 1)#V I hi To;4ers" a mernber,6f,:thp :at?" sold at'Ah4ltpi geli., 10. The goveirn6r a ,4, Charles wher enend6i,; and,
a Sion Mrs. -Brooks bf il- hell, chal rnajjL& the Mori. landed and'irounded Ali6 cii,
and PreservatIo Ti, , L geloprnent, ornmission,'special film will b6 Ity -t TAV.IrAA71XA11A' & Chmnb vi ltovs : hh4h-Tnan of the 'r: '; T = Pr nf -Cniftmerce






4 a

rJA N 4 1e6 6

The peoeofS.Agtteoeotethrctq ott 0
festsn in aneto tereoh pt cod Jis o y r e eetow p ort t a to


e e0t A tl n e tht y snctent m aans i of hoofS ent tt


.Aofferdt t r e apol when then n it
idVIBy AnnfID iL center *Irpsd O stoels, stocks anoil man's oe ttier 0100 0e A-poreinze ~ cd motera Ifor amateur photographer
y aiNT L I -i soit r iy ta sthen Tgg pt re ro ftre elgho Wl h takt





ai airrn nms ever pa ro Anols ve t to ha msk u anvantage of the pss u o a d m S interest to on tori t







then, oa restoration fu. ndcaefo Ed rdBlcus it has tone ahea the 'UO,
estieThe tk t storeI, esttret the ms0hea, dne by Herbe




e elifmed o t the to features
s t t o t h es f e n oA i h ev e t o a s k a b t S t A u g t e .
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St. Augustine Benefits
From Restoration

By K. wUEthET
nT. AUGU5TIN, Fla.SThis old city, which is .
L32aw celebrating its
-..1 it anniversary, .1s
soicoyng a sharp rice icc the
number of its visitors. ThisI
may be attributed in part to :
the additional attractions
that are being provided as
the result of the city's restoraon pror m.
;iThe Castillo de San Mar
cs. one of the best barometers of tourist travel in
this area, ecdoded 409,851
visitors in 190.'Th iwas an
mpressive gain over the 22,370 in 1864, when racial turhl kept many people away.
e 196. totel was the highest
since 1913, when there were
13,080 visltre, t. scOt. .o Cat e ,m c, oa n" 1The neweIt addition to the NEW-St.' Au stfne's Caa del Hidalgo, built Tby the ISpalsh .CIdveameat. ... S-Inish lsTr s the Casa 1 del Hidago a $350,000 cul- unusual exhibit of Peruvian stalled, as is a bookbindery gardensof rnge: trees were tgaI center and tourist in- crafts of 2,000 to 2,500 years Eventually, there will be an put in betwee.These gardens formation office established ago will remain through English silersmith's shop ,.w: ere the o~fgil 5'4lofrda' by the Spanish Governm ent. March. Items on display in- too. .t'oons"--the pbhase used here The building, which was de- elude ceramic jas and bowls, Gradually, the area on St. to descrlb* closed porches. sfned to represent a 17th- slings, loms, tools, Jewelry dleorge Street that is being. In the early days, gardens century structure, has a an textiles. The center is restored is losing all resem- were always oa.th soauth.side .tertor of coquina. This ma- open from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. blance to a modern street. Of the' house; so that there teri, a shell-and-coral lime- weekdays, and from 1 to S Light poles have been re- wouldbe plenty of ware sun stone, was used by early P.M. on Sundays. placed by lanterns from Sc .i.thhewinter;.l the summer, Spanish settlers to do must In the city's San Agusthn ville, and all overhead line tiey would b:saed to:the of their construction. Antiqua, which 'is the old ore going hnto derground : vairling'bnes I Spanish quarter that is be- conduits. Evening tours' by m"h toiseidt mmlso. tSsing reconstructed by the St. antern light are being of- gently aq a peal The Spais Goverment Augustine Historical Restora- fered. Ohibition briding, the old has worked hard to produce tion and Preservation Conan authentic building of long mison, costumed men and Dffferene int l wS B tensh iattr hath eorge eo. Een the hardware har women have been giving The ~h Spaniiton rro, h h ,- s Thect includehwood
windows hwsawaremported oedemonstrttions ofeeold gItpan. The Spnish~ look In St. th.rsotona ,te
from Spain ish arts. These include wood- Augustne diffens from that 'J iroominn il.ionstruted of
uided.togsothe stru, working, weaving, candle- anyhere else in the United .aqia. Its f..shin.s come are offered sy represen- dipping, printing, 'bookbind- States, according to Earle W. from Madrd, T-oledo; Gr' itive of the Spanish Na- ing, cooking and silversmith- Newton, diretoe of the Res-, Seville and aroelona. tiosal Tourist Office in New hng. The women do their toration Couisilon. This is bew aspeoti, of St. AugusYprk. The ehibits luclude old work in the style of the 18th because the colony's founder, tine history liri lup all the tapestries, .handmade ur- century in reconstructedth- Pedro Menende, came from time. One of ese s the subnishings, ancient pottery and century homes. Asturias, on the north toast sect of a new pamphlet, "Flrst a nor,- beautiful glasswore, A restaurant in the area of Spain, and brought with hild, of Spanish Florida," leather :and 'wooden chairs, reproduces old-time Spanish him an architectural tradi- psclalkhed by the St. Augushqnd-arved benches, char- cuisine. There is .al a tion of buildings ofatome and tine' historical Society. The
c55 brazers and other relics garden-cookhouse with a wod. ' . oklt' relates that a child of o; old Spain. There is also crude wall-oven where old- fehe derivative "Spanish '.6penish parents was born n aforib more than 200 years fashioned meat-filled brens style" of the 1920's that one $t. 'Augustine. in 1560 or 21 ,. are baked. finds in California and Teasj yar be e thefrst child of tOverlookig the ftrst-floor. Although these demonstra- and On Coral Gables and Palm .tglish parents,' ,Virgni Ilpel of the casa is a 200- tons are of life a it was Beach here in Florida, is re- iare, was bo, in the co-iny.
ygar-old statue of St. An- during the Spanish period in lated to the: architecture of of Virginia. tioy. This was a gift from St. Augustine, the English southern Spain. Copes 'of 'Fir t Child sf
5$ Augustine's sister city, occupied the area from 1763 Spanish colonists elsewhere Spanish Flo' dt' oan he obAglles, in Spain. to 1783. A working replica in the New World ohied'their t ned for' 31 bfi, iclu-fingI Facing the Casa del Hi- of the press where the houses together wall-to-wall, postage, from the St. Augusdalgo is the new Pan- colony's first newspaper was as in Puerto Rico. Here, how-, tie Mhstorscl' Ssciety 21 ',imrlcan Center, where an produced is als being in- ever, .houses were spacd, and .. Farl'tte strdt.

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ised by teir great age and historical a ce, some are impriant because of famous person they housed.
Among the most lavish homes in America re Whiehall, the Palm Beach palace of Henry rison Flagler; Vizcaya, -James ering's Italian-palzzo on Biscayne Bay, Miami, and Ca d'Za the residence of John and Mabel Riing at. Sarasota.
Distinguishe& because of te famous ten who hved in them are Thomas Alva Edison's Vintertoea Fort Myers, the John James Audubon use at Key West, and the Ernest Heming~a ~osealo-atKey West.
orida' hoes greatage indignity include The Grove, an ante-bellum home'at Tallasee that has twice served as thestate's exective residence; the Gambl ansion at Elle tona sugar cane antation house ethat is one of the oldest bu ida' west coast; and the. Gregory Housej qlassi pe-Civil war-hom be a bluff high abqye )he Apalachicola River.
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St. Augustine, Florids 400-yearold city, has ny od 'dwellings that may be toured, among them the oldest house in America. A tour map lising these houses may be obtained from the Official Iformation Center, 10 San Marco Ave., St Augustine.
Vizcaya was the home of the late James Deering, an International Harvester Company xecutive who never revealed the cost of his apiop. More than 1,000 Italian artisans worked for ive years to build Vizcaya, which Deering opened on Christmas day 1916.
Deering, a bachelor, spent only 810 days in his dream house and died aboard ship returning from Euope in 1925. Vizcaya is now Dade County Art Museum and is open to the public every day except Christmas from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ENRY FLAGLER, John D. Rockefeller's partner irtte uStandard Oil Company and a multi-miliaire, built Whitehall in 1902 as a home
for liis e, Mary Lilly Kenan, a belle 37 years his junior, The whit inarble mansion has been killed aMa of North America."
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C -M FOUNDED IN 156 NATIONS
:UUTNE, FL.ORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. F9UARY I L,1966 f,,tbtho In 81
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Make 0 dication
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60~aa~GYERNOR'S LUNCH~EON STARTS ACTIVITIES
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ylife I e heard of people sa Ilhave never hea o a Floridian ving m ey ga l s w Pictud during teluncheonnat te Poceade LeonHote are: lf to righ)Ms hare a p ll H. W ife, Mra. hn Bailey, aGeor Bra, M Py r n











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View- hunting

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SIDNEY and ALLYN BLOEME
Thaog Dasy, e -D
Oasion of rayerad tanl
for its bounty, was originally a
for adi Tliss
N~w,,nglan tradition. .Ti
yea, hoeer, Allynl and I
think aft"as a tme if rejoicIng-forSt. Augtuse, Fllrida
celebratii its th axiver
oar ey as very fist city and
oneof taeI ten most f asa lg
history, cities -lo the United
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Urain Antiuity
The recent restoration oaf its
pash qiuarte on hitrcSt. g
7 eoige Street makes St. A-u.gutnheImmst 1 portant
1etho moat n
parishh City" in the co t,
o onere studentsanr o t a o st of anish e i ian heslhouse in St. Agu stine reflects early Colonial lof f ave a field day, and ouriss paed tstay Overigt. SIt way to mke an eatrance nto can t asmeth sque. the desk- k neer had a St. Georg Soet.
Thi retwokin t req for, one n and First, el tet, Is m a's antlq, ty: restred an e- di't k if he Could take Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse at stored .Both have their merits. s We er td ad d we No. 14, btlt at the time of te In Eaurope, esto redrcasonne might sayto a hts esoon American a Reoltion. Then in France is one of te bes. found a room, lt Iitviaa too come a sees of Spanish reSut unresa d Aigue Mo rtes n quaint to be comfortable for construction houses, Gallegos France, Avila i ai and a short stay and we later at No, 26; Carmona-Salcedo, Montagana in Italy also are went t, a adn nra motel We No; 32 ;Avero Saleedo, No. 42; exquisite reminders of past retu d, however, on a Friday Casa de Don Raymundo, No. 4 civilizltio an brouht out of for he big social event of the Missions and Musem ti e. week-fet din e in thei sere in the Udm St ,: great dining hall. And It was Penolson Aern at No o ''. Iluol left Mrs. Towens, center; Meu. Walter A. McRay Jr., and Mrs Dna Will a aug cspehaps te an avnt to rem-ember. The -ue ob h Bris 00a chattel "t Garden. (Reco p to) inestretrtion of a city food was go 17. Old Spanish Iat o.
s rmognizedrs s asch tough- u then th Po en 43 authent cally furnished in fethe world.,i St. George Streeti s St. h men r Romnstt IcCity A stin. N o re i Admission charged. Rodctquessouth is there so nt see, Avero-Sachez at No. 5 lt m es lie St. o uthis theeso early in the 1700's, now houss rni AuuAin whchrstrodpatin 1 rs
P C te Meet But liIble Mu e m Gatm eno o t excellent condition, St A the .r s

elo anilen 1 1e in ls ; and remar lnse itieaus of of thei iet Yesterday's .Toys. Admssion eome o s. tE.Woeewaetheseting Wtsday Sti en rent- be qiteel mar charue eti if t i Com and lunnossnafrthup.ri a inf nam Tf ho No 54, the Juan Peedri
nte r T t elmsar. ee Tro deue 'clisi c a ren coinpiet th day'sactviis al lae fa r,. of a erctrvaanp s to midd.e loue 4 hoe theesure
elss a goo prices,, e Shoueae ,,rtre.: a Eio S irAh e mati near the e and Cm- a No. 5as ben reonon te dher 6ti of S n i o bh y ; the s ev presi ~~~ ~ a eer andde d, th :;o"_,Futs iyoa ipni a-gre. i few abl o i the., i ur eo oiia ;cie~
5 r ,II-glr annt he pr W Ore C. don ta, a R dean, Sara- or lb gn and e r e et It isM untres fog a the viewPo T -c Ion stn, ccs. colics els .krclone armada roae te Atlantic Moaaja, S ,efoud Houseandst at th ore laW! T aAe r andtCar anItwasfounded Ma a, ti ngeo t of T sur S mais theOld man; and Gal nayg, 15oW e flf ate a he witAV LSpnh Traaur ce is ae o n a mha wandd adece Sp thneh bsflcoo LlWeSpnh reaslur te bes ex

rp n ',nvscah-rouep thew s a o rive The jell, preserves ad p anag Avles landed hre oardors cIt is tea for th vewn ean foledlior fmenaed a fro th wre aff ins Kinoo, ar rthe best tea in e tet.

e frohis ingSanish P ITrail r n it has eer sesanein Therere k eralcdays Tasury Street is the n-foror anost Mnntic anpoient fthty. of sghtsetl nyin and e yoe a ve lowest s et in tE cng Florida tha woul prtet g run a gif shpwt exelen tewh t ter-p t- th t. aza b n oe onii cion ti a e nm twhe total Marlg atl dSeymSaisoaur. m a fto isn ei




c:tommi:tO its Te e hoto a at tle oldest oon i sqre j am teoa o ci s.il an e t the Castio d Sa arcs, a ied States. fem OthePFrench wha h sea- fodis e mn, ee, deserves n eireqve Y he dBr..", fee by tre eSre, b etl 1/2i66 It :Ste gromp of ierestig ier n I u tine allo of is was the rt es and pri e at huses in H vheWSt. Jones srie e. Spanish Trail ceof tller tnIt has never a tp e bin The a several day worlh Treasury i Street is t olnross ties aent y. of sightseeing ee i yu have rw est stre, e a museum.



gnbreetatinc Pfe dth ee f le egmtry, apda- smn charged, d tl Wars high society tendi- te time. Plazo del lo Consitucia Is



ton is. only added rtely Thn itws ay is tat tee oldest blc so50re in s



fseen ei~8 M F. Ti0nrog- i in- w n'snphew le Vlustre th Castill o d e San Macsat a niod tat. n C ed theFrenh,won notion enueat, i F along on St. Geo



y erih e fry e c eny (esto in -16. i Str et i a p afin singlel brog sat i aills Na as ti hel ne eRemo o t aps d private e o e houses inSpns ci i 'tMs ontino ofthe Spnis eme in te style On te coerof ktilleny nery sWV t'_t~e thevlsitor the men t he 'NewWorld. Adfor Lhsrasn ane at No.4 4s the cit' soldHowealth toe Brit Auf te ad gora st ai th ms On scisa Stmo f st etre wamseumt Adthe g~t ra1 malil, ,nrRbue.. .....i~d~~ .hge lemataof Pncede L for i hea p n mission charged.


laPa turnedof it tyao orey his le W ki1 day s wi t Penen a l the rat sit Ies east tsafci n e Cty ao:te l vasue a i w te


noto otels here. oeof them, c of Dastillo:aaDria isa dv)is sion of Nom the Pence de Leon, still exists Zeo yite re Naoe n's oldes e te iny m atonn dhr Ilense~ iany i toieaic It da season m of told lsnodhae wa



m~fi~ nt exa 2n-.l of era Spanish -rai,1 e fh't l : ladd. ':whe the first ~l~~sct ~~th cnitunn :hiay, ~i :ih' in the Unitedi w ISotA inM.e and eAria'semos le an yStP ceats mntes t ate al moo ea 2s h 9ae i


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SPANISHTOUCH "


St. Augustine Benefits
From Restoration
By O.. WI.H

T A UGTJTIN.U FI.-SThis old city, which is
*1 ,1 clebcrsting its
dOtf, anniversary, ,is
.tsoyng a sharp rise in the
number of its visitors This, may be attributed in part to the additional attractions that are being provided as
toie result of the city's res t*r-
seon program.
Tihe Costillo se San MarcOsone of the best barometers of tourist travel in this area, recorded 469,851 visitors in 1965.TThis was an impressive gain over the 322,370 in 1964, when racial turcoil kept may people away.
: The 1965 total was the highest
shce 1953, when there were
533,680 visitors st. cAugu o ond St. Johs, Coun-'Cm-r ,, Commc._er
The newest addition to the NEW-St Augstine's Cosa del Hidalgo, built by the Spsnish movementt.
Sansh' ilavor is the Casa
d Hidalg a $0350,000 cul- unusual exhibit of Peruvian stalled, as is a bookbindery. ardens of.orange trees were
trsl center and tourist in- crafts of 2,000 to 2,500 years Eventually, there will be an putinbetwee. These gardens forooation office established ago will remain through English silversmith's shop, :were the original "lorida"
by the Spanish Government. March. Items on display in- too. eoms" -the ". Se used here he building, which was de- elude ceramic c jas and bowls, Gradually, the area on St. to described enclosed porches.
s.ned to represent a 17th- slings, looms, tools, ewey eorge StI et that is being 'In the etrly days, gardens
century structure, has an a textiles. The center is restored is losing all resem- werealwayon-toesoutside eterior of coq Thi a- open from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. blance to a modern street, of the house, so that there teal, a shell-and-coral lime- weekdays, and from 1 to 0 Light pules have been re- ,Would be plenty of warm sun stone, was used by early P.M. on Sundays. placed by lanterns from S. "lis the winter; the summer, Ssanish settlers to do most In the city's San Agustn vie, and sIl overhead lines tiey would he opened to the
sf their construction. Antiqua, which ts the old re going into .underground %,swailngh, r ee1 1
S Spanish quarter that is be- conduits. Evening tours' by: TI e Restorl IbIIo;mm7stonI Authentic Spanish ing reconstructed by the St. lantern light are being of- S; cently acqtrod a special -he Spanish Government Augustine HistoricalRestora- fered ,hbitn biding, the old
has worked liard to produce tion and Preservation Cornsn uthentic building of long mission, costumed men and Differenen.Stylea Sspanish in n St. George Bteet. Situated in the heart
o Een the hardware for women have been giving e pStrhe retorultis area, the
windows was imported demonstrations of old Span- The Opsoish losS is S t
from Spain. ish arts. These include wood- Augustine differs from that 4i-room isonn li constructed bf
Guided tours of the struc- w working, weaving, csndle- anywhere else in the United cquins. Its f t shlngs come tarea offrebere es es- dipping, println g, -bookbi nd- States, according toEarle W. fem Madrid, Tol:edo;Gra ad,
tve of the Spanish Na- ing, cooking and silversmith- Newto n, director of the Res-. Seville and lIarcelona.
tional Tourist Office in New 1ng. The women do their toration Cooltsiion. This is New aspect, vi St. Auusork. The ehiits include old work in the style o the 8th because the colony's founder, tine history rlir up althe tpestrie, I cecdmade f-ur- century in recostructed th- Pedro Menendez, came from time. one of tose is the subnshings, ancent potteryand century homes. Asturas, on the north east j t of a new pamphlet, "Frst an or, beautiful glasseare, A restaurant i the area Of Spain, and brought with Child, of Spanish Florida,"
leather cnd wooden chairs, reproduces old-tme Spanish hi an architecture tradi- pubia hed by Itc St. Augush"' d-carved benches, char- cuisine. There is also a ti of buildings of toe and bine tisticcl ,iety. The
csal braziersnd other relics garden-cookhouse with wood. *: mklet rel tet that a child:of ot old Spain. There is also crude wa l-oven where old- The derivative '"Spanish 'Sponish parents was born in aberib more than 200 years fashioned meat-filled breads stylp" of the 1920's that one St.'AUgustine, in 1566, or 21 ol. are baked. fids in California and Texas ytars before the first child of
overlooking the first-floor. Although these demonstra- and tn Coral Gables and Palm Ehglish parents, ;Virginia capel of the casa is a 200- ts are of life as it was Beach here in Florida, is re- re, was o in the cooy
year-old statue of St. An- during the Spanish period in lated to the architectureo of Virginia.
tisny. This was a gift frm St. Augustine, the English southern Spain. Copies of "First Child of S. Augustine's sister city, occupied the area from 1763 Spanish coolonis elsewhere Spanish Floida" can be obAtles, in Spain. to 1783. A working replica in the New World dined their taLned for 31 cbntst including
laclng the Casa del Hi- of the press where the houses together wall-to-wall, postage, from te St. Augusdalgo is the new Pan- colony's first newspaper was as in Puerto Rico. Here, how-, 'tie. Histerl. Society, 271
",mrican Center, where an produced is als being in- ever, houses were spadd, and ..Carlotte Strt.e
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~~he ,"%, and th Arr as Hose sagg sIe tha the I anecting ,
whihh stte wer no owe produced_ som good construc-
'~b the corporation and_ ha al- tive thinking..;He added that the,:

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naI Site Alwa'ys Used
First Government Houe Was Built In
BY MAlARET M. ians with the U.S. National Park and the fence gone. ple cos
lUHRMAN Service, Government House in Hasty and limited repairs and i re. Women's News Editor its various stages is traced were made so that he could sidences ihuse '. .' nen i1604 the hieck west of through th ayearn. Only grea h lave a hedroom. Besides floor with d nI uhariev Pia de la nt ician has de ied y ld dun a ag afnad r ng ns rm hw ses a r ar pes a pth prped he atin- sletn, wntractand ever, a majnr wtrw k weet e e rbno n od n stone fw r five itmeat Inat aw T. p r d have prouadced the o o a in hructura. A d aic p a soe. Fiian ng was largely ofthsame gofer ant, a re fine crenltg I Ga picture et h d ate geernor's tficia rea l transtioi d o paper. l we w nl r ee ts citing f m th e w ho de e i d of n t eate l of- wer Gre a i tha te h am 6 to the United States. h 1e5 ST1U5TUE we e na w-t a untatr hilding wit bunlig wa used too rfa a
four roms i eachstory

rtd r ied t f ie Thd it a t clara n a ppm ec a n r e r ahe n rdhoaa v nil'4 a
h it as already tha ti te p event hsie es Two ye lted apepitr acher, witt rest d.
ratid the offil governor* a residence aila hy Governor war de at the wase t i t wo hanci werng d r ni rm, when Pubrida wa i 'o a royn deas nat, a l ivhe ina s athrecoyal Iwdanr roa era
aid a l itad Staeta r p and, accrdn g at a e te y s the acunttantnd.o vt cors.d a m'
I i ffici sear as, h e atHn was sh u n e ho other arpents vn them



iaan. : d d :l I ne aaa bya aoedtdn Insa at m a mas isean tion e iss sian thai me te prary event t a e dtah- wo ahr e ot ca ion i asser Inaipn txars. a tila to p re oft th placa plaznt theof spe hatse wan efu that m en, J o d ie u nia s and co struo c te Pur rwith a ra purhae ofthat e fivo Inspectors rc m on e andia, 0 wviat he t lnal yars ind a ohngo it h ho Sp anis awnm hae a r ena they a rons ar te rvn- lhopie d i h
Ies ha beent canedm E dent l plaza tar t noeg eor ga m ent House, it was dcerdd e st cans raued o 8
byp thrieo a-lneed ea i -'was ne of pep aasp aa
,,-prpea,, Whte thw -ig n rcsi n e pretan iep h gli
pasei t a er a re as- the rh governor's p ei i ar hen made a io t o see- wos, wsIn It was ep rise
pis is and bal- dn ut Januer.the pla. 885 ir a ndsc the fan d t uprw sa a their ga pe e hae t fese has, bt when Govea sor as n M arez th wo au smg h of the stlod


dug llte changeslait phas Cagrr ed into arue S iOta COUN r niahad the rune Ual
_/flav or s t ut oteapa rt. heexed the pu r rval of ah rady devied aot e tho o f or o r and t he t e ssI t oghsoy' h uea n fiil'eiec. Soewsue ortercn ihocpe h iy-Ted n81 mgh an onni ine e ng d E yent the d i th ity .
r m b t t o s u Ah d d h-et h l .


orarsdencete vauda 8, L-te h h s beveryn r is rg o- lo o e d woo fo purha e oquina wnded uin e 7 when live Bintone
ol11P tpAga~ntdn erdas to aeoehubbe lsn rr reitheIose etsadn
-cne haebe ade;bt Governn H use n gareat Asctaiin fiswthtteooeiebeoe113Gvr
aec ae byA d ep r pnd s e wasilei, ac a Ls Aanns ti has faloa h e pp tosr co -a, p ad e in eed
1 0I-SL O CQIN Zn
rale te igitpad a et- htsa R, ~ lahngaw a f ae
h Ihat during d fsa he gover pas 5 Ci- witi flea1i std Altj h of Gve-sment Hose tor
dosn ndsE thcasonr upd es
saca -i ~a the gi- wassnotiuntl Auf 2,1587 a iuse thttee al- eep Untilst enur ,eebroth l n is sid nap evrynesp that Diegopdeq QrgayLt I o p. in puchs coqpna ended pan70 e ie In n osiu fIsPs n t d rie otk vrte rblwt h ~tddco ftefwbue etsadn

,0oruroins StasS gusti,'a goveoship.q Qioa in rm hi alre~ a i afe h-ie
Goenmntti majr Io nt 1 7th5m n Isfive. ytc i geati er efo e t o f
raspah'ma h A de p q e ta s ntc s e sra
nd sAreastr- w y wid n gs r he sturung tesa ice d ave

















single-stlry f i ed sit

and dlinIn ro probably to
Porche Added 1889 r ktghA ratd Of Structure I t d ebou l
-ur ha -aren shetl~ tgablel roof.fet, we t seaing wall'were 2Inch



thc adthlthr eeen

Doi prali te maor
feceoth es -a te fica
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EXHIBIT HOUSE1AND HOSTESSES
r ofacsnvil, left, and Mrs Nancy buslding inrght manage the Florida Stat0 h aihs
Sreet at AvesS Steet. Te eahib pa u
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a Wof n ie to aee tht h conel Lloh meio n "sc hrtntc. minsionwould bring their prob "o though flhe co msi liem tothem so a udrtand
shud know tesefcs and ingcould berechd
asked c Gr tbeSo of


o at a m a ei ot hace hhir a x aoLs
V ICE yeIR A atisso lldanwl
LEADSt DEFENSE he aceeand gsmo
J Satnp lydo Daytona ou pro rm ofeO

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wo bae 0 ate, Vad OW- p Hista nr oea omotetafe uig 8
fro iutrlandoc a rot aaecomd htod f La mbb eiod at himlpese' ath termd aS tif pono deae d s b dird tin aA re little lanat mh Flfrid Stat ofth o a ft: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t~l h6o ar epo to th omm at Sand t vlsSre. h.ebb arg rotaion thee thn ttviitrs itah a116 F to. de otor-nd 2,1 an-v l nf t


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m.tn In schsotntc. msinwol bigter rb

'I -thouht he cmmisslo lem t the soan nder2nd



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BY MARGARET M URMAN

An audience of4 oeta (0prosfled the ballroom of the Hol Pond ae Leon Frldayrghtnt hear Car ts Barahas noted Me Ian pg herae undr the ace pces of te M i f g m rCarrillo Force, as the
nst s contributed to Sth s Easter Week Festival yte interpretation ho drew
unsoapplas bng caldbark for several encores Of on
en lmert s f th Chavez Preludes, In which chirds reounde d wthhytmic e ooren in startling rose mbance
oe hr n t hu Pass ses me miner kysa were
ptaet *aue ailim retr t6 prga audims' fuleteaidAPA ~tN~T iH





































ioIr se pe e ionns e Coppns notse Wala the a tesb 3s mt naallyfamoetatl will oe ae ise te pm, scalion wee so ouhed n oh e orL Te ocr has i rsen eeln





































elig ho a ntruggled with tl i rc Foe nst ccntrsbution to rho ester W e Festia a eteo.
sano patefr tu nt recitl1 were acold scre tn d lbat ee one programs 11l be Sonala K. 30 including Allegro Moera I Y. It'. c rg










































































he b e thuic aowe no hesitation nor f bg on per den t Alleret o by M zart i Bet ovens Sonat Op
s h pre ton bb Bo eld was orb of art no troppo so AdatoMA Caniae, nEdo aros hi folo
ed yd~ brd Cm ecm eigia, en Ft r pu ura"b Masntu~e li d i t' 2,s iCargAle ro, l Adances.c Ma






































nego tapo rico ofb Mearoemay sot e enerherr r kalfe Prla i No I 5 e and Cha voz pod nsex Danzse R mo B
o u ste scasIn mmi exican n bon M co Ci in 1940 was present in t tee arp croof LI do ogre Ir-ad bomL lb e-tIIe. we y. aoaeglno~ta
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',f" t if, 4 6 b 'ill clse her suida ,, th
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94iionLlod tldof h 6 n; ~ h 4' Rdng un kaoiw To I t fim ul.o uiia
cial-accdplismehts of'h Jl~k cmmisign a aquird Th audince ave rs. Dt t Le


it";retal~s;F el ni re ,l
0 "", !;_11 bu the program saying: Iiav ivtoh t ~~old no Pranjo Cardinal:s~x
th t hi l~etorL, Erle, t 61oii~ Wililansbug; his epe of ugo e reached e poin we ave p~;t~d
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mporary Oexa Crafts.
o f h a n all er ca di- in' seve.,eral naua coos crt naftas. 'the eit the Hol Fae- ax Au -6fsxfgursn eAtwstmpe n a display cases is ch ily Sit Gerorge, and te farPre, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ md of corn busks andh par ous figures.n the rihwaeaetw ml ge allsat rt~t' era ic hrse ith tieen ato r sahomthin. ac hung infea ther p anig s wIt
contemporra, a ry loth eandoraice mano hld case dep it-is an arimadelo ills the thre sta and/ feather chcephlefahr.oml ii tos)

uidig istn hBwyioalocit TwFcredawodnuraes a

n usks, f ath isly cas witeasmllca brid redpncof bos an rii sonIcuea'oR t ihe ay i
dipa clay, and tin,, mic corps inmly at coffin. Deat skirts with laboate dsigr plPa-A er nbden wit motlae o t un cmon i Twoe smbres alsto thang fet ad:taiiS.G oge tnd trgt1 t

paint coor Mx cn -hs art the wallsfiurs. O h al r
this ~ ~ ~ naetivy witscn fof sixmcharac. A intriately carvedgs wode, layb o cnemp er s rom Mn exaic C 'itapeas adc tbrs and al rce with ins rafs fil honi t e st ua and f e chr 2n pc ioe p chl c s em eolcai fe,\ti
during a ten mache, andepainted see on eveal:forms.Th ce dwo' on u k~ M ex lat display case of t sin a wo drk d mc pocs, re otesay etla to d Neton, from thrpe Mica stt c offi. pathsinted andh shorae abundans. Gjonid esln erlof w t of tndfd aer oit s ow o n alo copl erfos rss ta k 6 b rary)types o paint ingor 'ex can dla art ti tbwlae, als adlba n oi
disapearig, to foe scan af brighl c ol t intdeicatel arei family
in oke te o red deoaieicken Tiyapas heyt rach sasl mch s thrnetZ art d.e weeclted wory I t e waes oromeare carved faet hh and xsprad farnou.

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1- I _, Jo Plans for "A Gala Day in the' Hispanic -Garden Commit- i I ,t , ".., ,1- 11 ,_:,: I I ;_ to
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_, and friends of the Hispanic Gar- Frankel, Antonio, lff the
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'' announced by Mrs. C. Daugb- 1, T,
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rt ,,tT'.:,. ',., ,; _;7: , ,, r I-, -, .1, ,,-- ,7 try Towers, member of the St. i: 1, I "I L 1 4' .j
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tributing $1 ,to t an 1 %, Mrs. C. Doughtry Towers Sr. in ,& IKT II-; ,'I L. I - ,,,,- ,,, VIA - I ,
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". IU*-',51 A'4 , rr -_ r, L" _tL j the White House and gardens in- , "tlg
T, -- ;, L 1 1, I "jL T_' d the I "I l, *, I .. T ", 1, I I I Z ;,,I" "If' 'L7t I lT', ",,I"LIT fast wu '4 L l LL ', _4 ";T' ,' 'L_ I!I ,, T h ) "I .1 I- P ., IT, ,_ ) Lk If jit WI-M m I
-', ,T, ;'- ,t-4t ,,, ,_TL2' 4,' planes, ,, I I. troduced the day's events after Lw4 ,I,
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L - T, ,4 1- I ', I I L I 1, I 4 ,7 ,tI ,J A private y ezed tour of; Y, T I 1111 tl he two plants
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; T I_ L c7 nornln I I- I Luncheon was at the Mexican
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vI- ri -Wul atteric :& un- I 1 I I L',L: ,,F, -,T-.,, N_'Ai ,Kl par 111'TT -some Floi- II
,- I I I I 't", Embassy where the 60 I T
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-- TI, I, I .cheon at the:,Meiddan rl nbas. I , "r-,, jda women were guests of , V _*,
1 ', '* lannin9l, lisp A c r onBenefit
"774, L I t 1' ,"-'j a 'i 634 M
"'I '' ,,. ,, sy, With Ambagsad9r.Don -Rug6 r, -!4
t, I "Al Mexican Ambassador Don .
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11 I , I ,fT I I l , 4 B. Margaiwpresidink ', I I 1\4 r I. M cRaib di cuss cd 'ital trip Margain, y Senora. Guests also It
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IIIEt' I_ L, r';r"T",' T IT _r will tour Dunbextop,, Lprivate e T long and Mr Herlong and Con- I "i L LT 4 '?
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.4 N_ T"Fl, Il I, lylp ' rr 1. ,- I -_ 11'11 ITVTk
_V Damesi and Tile iiw Qp aft ' 'L ) Ij ..
-k f ,L 'Fit" t, ', -111,Tf _rW other private ,T T-, -,,,,, ,, tI L Lk c ,f ,?e Mr&7,Bennett. M V L "
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Dinner ,yf R on ,,T , lT L , -, -,Z,,, ':" I r -, ,"IT"', I I L ,
'A ,,I, ,- ', -' i _- 1, I, - I'll, .1 L I he had attended the Florida His- ,, ,M, -, q,-,,
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Iz" ;,, ",-"" ,, l L"-r ,-, -T ', r, 'L I tAnd Mrs, 11, g 111 111 _"L,", rl, I Zl, NY tk _? Ij LA L, L :k I- 1, I '11_Q_ I oined the':group f ;-" _JI11,1 0: q Ill,"" 'L, ; ll, a , e;V ;;;; iiii waltei IT u-u,1zL"- j or the lunch- ;;,, ,
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"It", I -%I't- tl, T,,7 _,, _1 I cb6bria in Washingtob. I,, his wife, the Marques, and Mar-,I ,i I 4 "? "" I .1 I .1
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K _, r, II ,,, -I, L" y I i I I quesa Merry del Val, werg hog 'j"L T1 I ItTT"J IT' *U 6 '.II TTL ,,T C, ,t ;; 11
I , , Tjt Z , _; _' t_ L I I, ,x:,II. '" i 11 1, _-, r ana hostesses 1or the tea, an 11- 1 & t ,_ T, ,, ,T -,
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r, ,, 11". ,-, _1, T ,I I ., the Floridians included Luis Bat.
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hational fors O St Auas otpa p 1~dt tonoiosnexan feting panih
entoase g hib onbo i Rgsrden m osuc ciines 1o as oad in ssooto
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inos in cme ritatitdaosor apgie arhtect hil Ie reen
Stae ria egas t.Auusis~itoiconSer qeto 1aou h

I oa P bsicre nas ar a a sTcktslay be uchae at 40t
opeatng osd or in cotbaestodo o.Ti ptube ta a uo


pea eoalsiFsMsaslu ton oar y doapgs.
6 StagslnpporrJunaan AugstiniA St.j: A;~a I gaged h be raise't St., toiv entrated~cathe
ompse &~ii? i~i l Auguti soraion Icw the ai en I~i;.l~ -I... .:A~ ~l the r :r, i e at ar a ( t.Au uh Sl iteybein tPb t a 11b

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SHolin i I
T SEEAP) Pier- pointedd a S t-e Ton Adams' mt omen apulic mindedto the ext o t
ida~s 20 ual office hdr re; and former Gay Prr nt rcnt I Igtn into the so lled spendig personal funds to serve t er eio h mai tw-sete today, ceding The invetigainwstiee- "ob utes" by various gov- goveror and state at no cost to the x ie c iily5l
father research hy ttrne ed whesa St. Aogus an manor sete hycril oldntb rNt Bo,1 a
GnrlEarl Pairc th, ame wasent o the ecrear ernouo 5 n some f thestate'slead- subject to pbli scFruiny fo l nb rro ino ooAvne.A e, he showe he alrad hel tw o"h pI"e He_ S. I.W .




wanted ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sujctt facto~ touip~d sn~~ stnit hi et f d ul h odlsooainan or i -. _th a s of the per "r office.
o oe as as irc d h i n o a o s te comisisli. Gov orj urne appinted L. C Rin- m.I.ineio. Ho asom .eseto
duty of the sihel i~~~- ~ hiemo st~e A- dams turndoe t Atn n. I to1 t1- 1"',e Rtration Co61 is o o f f
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Moeoer Pd ioe'h~~ed eral Eabrh Paier lot ath of appoiatel hIje mens Aamsd wags i h ffic ofof e adSw d wic
20names hing ,o dul mm i e y of Stae. a ben in e os I.

remnved fre Two Ste Augustine buins exec:lj.0.~:- Ibeett anyonet ~ is to blame for tdual apoit to asere a edllon o
1k t hea t delr cn- erel Eamon r th 25 soe ind ivs t8, en cer an the Secretary f pa agas In ao ser.
effices,~~52 sv hsdtimfo i sm t s ecetryo tse oqd au shul car, i prio f h re. A tn:~r sad 'Io It A- .- an weak the firs coins at- a


or a riingily vaet n ~~~-Hsrb.tE Wolfe; whoisa mmb dam ho dtha i the fuure h ii'w r ked ntroe

wh eces showe .inaccepte, is- he Plorid Quarcenal. Cmitusue commiossioso a ::pe ona ansaosd~ a~nt te re 4" ". ..:. m..,_]__ '', _-__ "Z, z:: :~ ~










teSt. ine HitoclRes h n o. H he sg h d an

o ~th- Plo dai~ Canni Authority a;nd S1. i ggentthatecrta ry~ of Sate ra 5ys e i
Sri, n~med. ngaver: abso hol do b de,- mih cide sed ing~ lalet- C .uty k O Social Spakn fi PF













I: (,~ -a comiionas a &imem~l~he-q the trs tO ofrmmendaton to the riou com. nipienQ tion Comoin on oldest th~;at .sehe oave tx e n o Thei~li~~B ecretar of Saei tepst aesutl huad by.~! s"~ seringj fo te s ee 55
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"ho, t eFt e ofn e the la_ e r t H. B N e e r h I Wolf or LI C. Ring v, py ta- fu tim stt em loe func- esortionin Is :~ i foi i

















to he e oli~~n fo hewr the l~ ace, An ouknowwi o ol hirc wo' Is a I ,
... -fou agerie on w ic*ain-h tb
r. We ,,m n~ert ofI. Stt Ad I -r' i,4 h St.A l ina
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517~i~ f~: t MARARE H.-~ BURMN
i. W e o H e ,i ni 49- I I I F o u n sej rf. "Te1 uhr rS"ycto r r.H dCo non ofers7-- h rraid pera cal psi h or ad prf gram f en
IrOrl, oke t h. IAuolie-Yct irws h -tera n ne fr rs-tg-e otadT P 550,- t.Ago

ne kulino PIri Vran H -? I an w.A1.cthim




















enier. ainiil ae o .1
Purme Gov, ,; 1 !ero P orin g r i t Br-l wh flew epfutertegrwb ker fo the deictin wer speia guss as was' ik a Geird MaIlim Ca u and Mrs H. HeIcks;
grndhidrn Mrs -P. P. Pire Mrs. M, n. and -.~ P. ,
Jo H. wala I I I land Schse fo th eat an tI H. -at a ..ed -,o C I I herI, of thel offcelio lder eenador ert ov F rsBtinsp dng esoa fu soserve thei on gue I..' s abar the- _ito ca rm JonAtu,























Tern asto I se n nto end.. be oe e tns pendiceoThe invsiains ier-
Twe : 1 I an t fou birhds dobe eceivednts thi weeks'ov byero thett tn ottotetx,',,, i o h ilyBle St.- A u us in an d St Jo n C o. C ha be of CIm e -,' T her si e cakes : strawberry ch co vs Atore a, orang -a o lim juging a' 1 aete hycranysol o e, _5tO o uem 9SnMr

























y,I I eiring Ea werecr n awl s sen t i sn en eler -, rsm the: Hovl Scoo on Rigll Pak ''H.Jujc.opbicsrtn o nerr n,, ,c vnu.Atuwohs A1. -. lettert sed hycrpupr of -Graew, wo badm rea about -uiesmnbrestraions dr Vom'o ie.A e l tes $281,146qurer nNw ok n


























St t ugom Ad0tham o say ins e Hy- 1 w10s, f suee f i h
"My:. Wekl Re dr in as folo s 1. i o fo a theo coat s -ct lb ". hed sp cocr ahc man HeoleatesH w D ea Pr e o w e rea abou you bi th a ce e r t o iu w. fu t e inf rieio Isor hhe peer w it thce co de s t hnt onc ea1 ekyRae-esppr or t n w40 er l.-a It : espibodt the 21s aid the dedeenti- o'r faeos ohs cios ad h

























tichad raised She money Our the 0 some birhda c akes u we'r. e ai e sorry y oin'tmeatt. A n ch c -1 a uc eld s fn 0 te 5. A eprpn w t vrt b pr n o t
class I ec e f h oe thprsen itm o t he slt p ehs u l stoa tepo ert y et hn 000 ie C D. prswento n o p r e t tE.
nte frcs o su s ante s ho ws he ale d h udld Coin sine foe, duetogn s the phs yerg0o e s a i k for thin co o H ps o a
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w'Ai%, ,t St Auustine Tin new st of ie p n w fther ot ftOt tB d s io mde er
withol aonew reoff cce ni n g, th Frtoci e iiol n 4toesat msion oenrBrsapone .1 :, ofsso other a a:
Resoraio Cs: .ins stf heels ya, c m ith In5ta is C.drai iing I was cusd tiosan o oi e
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dto ofp a the Ilry Hoso in eary The aris is the Retoaeo --ofsio th coin hoo. eo $20 onr o oeoftescnSuther omotion

























o u P e p i of R m C e wi ha p a s e _S e -spc f the W tl th
__ gmo_ _4n pdgemage Is t Auutn fo mn ye. due to ner ne po''n.Hn trtPnrm
Th skein in ipsinore bym Ikem Pwaid Peento ofe Artc wfc h,: oef autoor da ~ or one dn Chrlott Stchh which acuie th maso 1000 making I th ir Ic hom e d t di al puhi l reitina a isi lofo a llxia el n 1 or hi selth r .11 ary inreover, wanr by Co. Prdei tiS Ie10 nht-ultc. deto.h ae 01 ops a
,he otgin wom of e diecio Iste machi i bot ce the niate phocrinm suchtua h o m n 0it ot foroffces Route 170 so ert 4, 10' mie ft am offo Stte a kg o anw pas d Oae* Jen s in7 ala an AIDI C,. ti ar d ,el th1 ,k -outo of ce copee an eOh ar alobe nugn-edo
den ef a sod any fo n e by her gra albh er- he o, o ot f t e e h e i - toIilsea
mange sf e teom Stee Galey whce nt th I W"u Tw Sthe. cuu tn muisediciI., ao enur ion rmoutio fte I iih of '' t I CeI - oat -'vda 1,5,t of, Iefe toon sp us to them for dualde ofoi t. .
P', i5S5it be a s swn 00 Ei t) m ria dete ert6 6u ge and ptt- an ,te shp. Is ,pa g i hs s m er
-Gee ge Stee las fal 5h wil hav mere Im n ane 10 wsrme eniiul P0.- ,,'~ ts hn crany th r ..


















JunII fe ow r I 4bt e-ibtin hi inclue for ftipping ehe p
togs I J- 1
., I 1 ,m b I ', i terest'dorin
'- -. i .,-- Herbert E. Wolfe, who is a me .th i e P~R -~~: th
,- I 11 I ,-_ E"d~~~n dP~h. .~ ~ ~ ili

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.. 11-1 1*1 t knw wha to doabout he 20which '
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rc!Sc iety Adds Q Re

B MARGRET -M or__ __ge IT l
Women's Newuvs Eitor.~ SO)LD AT AUTIN
'The ltet adiin to the On ithe 700 Quesada list de~
ho1 -,Trl sciig- it a g "s, iO y p rep
numr ot ~es 0~bein rerunSt ety, the house crreopond to ,trute o r TCeo ore he t St CR I Lt Ju-an Rilly in
Angutin Hisori Socety isao the etate lrio~ hns
ito logrg e plIni to dev hrIo er, F at, r 0 ei-ly, -nd
the anouthern ictton ot~ th ~ad
Icity to the irece t y nopblted r t t intenn death it, Alan~sdr rido Mauaer: St ~:l~~iwa odwt w other houuei, north nfi the itisrirSqcetyNo 1998. I~. Jua ~o~el -i L C Hr utle My -, 1Y14.
Iteiic~a~Aerfu etot o te Ut~~~istm~~etIescribed os
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ hue to -ah eTI1 hewe ait ,an ry_-__ hn on (apparently -1 TT









a eoe to a cnted with ren one sory with, u in ce by _othetiafly~ reprodue .Awod hthe a
J. -,Sh uge +nai 1-r.a1esm asT 4uded.1. 1
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ejas. an Ohbenoate~he sd
J~ui t bofb ~~ith the t ,, Rocqee 200 and 240 were
le n st r 'A -1 typicl of
m beein rei- nt tno Aye 1H us o etct by Jame I-In "


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istortc~ wicks, t !eafdtn ~ ot seC i Is~ JoisphMle
o7__- hooe d1 .4t nd I ~ ~ Monury
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Ol t ro ge o ffo J1e t e pry noC S e h


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Au otine ot H l orca ocet t e t d s o uotees a th Na or 1 nnri l eli,, ,' ,- 1 1_ 7 ,' i



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anuryhNewsriwttor ,4 esuh or 7 ". 00 ven 1tiena~~~~ Par Sev-e who eaw, I~a Le re; A11 r aeadb ae ao ot where_,,'.', SywOLmD~y AT~e AUCTIO le r o 7k ea a ,Ceo I Ci, i
Ia'ott roe elI Sm -ro ,nin 1 1 .1 -k g roo op1 ,1 gen L Am, I i ,-_""

























to, th on. o ar kh~ ra db Who the ito c a .1.1 it ty Int 00 on, -.
'oge oI th boon I.ee"t. P ralMngs th colon h do om fol I I m-l i ,pofi.d-,_,I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r hod en to aI hey the one th 179 Queed 0lias t de ,,-fOg ,, 1 F1" -,4 -roo t ho dd-nitnbige a" ace boonev or fro -,, tote e..eo 0 0tl


























exterer, e~oscaehtlk b ne
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Historical Restoration and Preserva- been landscaped I tion Commissian. estared Pee S

At this point, the Exchange Bank The restoration i hause hv Edited by Brandon Dain tof St. Augustine and the St. Augus- the bank is one o eral projects
Union Planters National Bank, MnemphisTenn. tine National Bank readily adopted whereby private interest has restored the challenge of additional financing, or reconstructed buildings with typiHelp Each had a long tradition of cam- cal old St. Augustine architecture in unity service and this project cooperation with the program being Restore Historic St. Augustine touches the core af the city's busi- carried on by the St. Auustine Hisnesses and tourism. History is the torical Rstoration and Preservaion 'top asset of the town of 16,000 where Commission.
European civilization first came to Besides backing restoration, both By Richard H. Holman ways, the number of tourists visiting stay in what is now the United States. banks gave hefty financing last year our area was on the decline. With It was the banks which gave im- to a new outdoor Amphitheatre which FOUR HUNDRD and fifty-two years this situation arising, a number ofa petus to another organization, St. opened in the summer of 1965 with a ago, in 1513, only 21 years after questions came to the minds of the Augustine Restoration Incorporated. spectacular production, "Cross And Columbus' discovery of the New many community-minded citizens: More flexible and faster acting than Sword," about the founding of the World, the aging Governor of Puerto 1. Do we need to advertise to a the State Commission, it has received city. Rico, Juan Ponce de Leon, landed greater degree? donations of $50 to 50,000 and Pledges to the amphitheatre were on the coast of Florida near the more. This money has been desig- Richard H. Holman made by local businessmen and inpresent site of St. Augustine and 2. Are we advertising in the cur- nated to particular projects, used to The atbor in vine president at The dividuals. Letters over the signatures
claimed the land in the name of red areas? put donors names on bronze plaques, Exchange Bank of St. Augustine, of executives of the two banks were Spain. 3. How can we entice the people and in a sense, has added spice to Florida. He joined the bank in 1959 sent to remind the citizens of their
Fifty-two years later in 1565, Don off of the new highways into our the basic work of the State Cam- an public relations officer. This article obligation pledged to the community. Pedro Menendez de Aviles founded city? mission. is based on an address by Mr. Holman Representatives of both banks made St. Augustine, the oldest permanent 4. Should we look to industry The two local banks can now before the second annual Public Rela- personal calls on businesses and incity in the United States. As such, it rather than tourism? accept credit for inspiring a renais- tions Conference of the Florida Bank- dividuals to see if the banks could stands as a living symbol of the tm- 5. Why can't we have both tour- sane of private restoration work, ers Association early this year. help these people fulfill their pledges. planting of European civilization ad ism and industry? which in turn has gathered at least Both local banks also do historic Christianity on the shores of our S e c iThe House dates back to at least institutional advertising. Their adhail6. Are we really capitalizing on 1264 and is considered to be one at vt
naiin St. Augustine in the past five advertising has helped the citizens of our historic background? the best examples still in existence St. Augustine to recognize the fact The history at St. Augustine is theS.u ., I story t e te Is our historic area attractive years of a St. Augustine house of the first that the success of the restoration,
story of Spain in the United States. Though competitive in their own Spanish period. qnadriceateaniat, and amphitheatre It stands today as a reminder aof the to the visitors? field, the two banks work as one on In contrast to the restored beuty depend on the cooperation and the ,udietnil an amphitheatre















transformation which took place in 8. Does the average citizen in the community needs. When they sag- ot the interior, the interior offers support o each business and ndithe New World, leading to new ways United States realize the true historic tested that companies might adopt the typual of th c unity A few o of life in this hemisphere, background of our city? a five year pledge plan with annual e afie spacei band tevidual at the community. A erw o Historians strangely have too long These are but a few of the ques- payments to S Augustine Restora- modern business buildings. the advertising methods used by our The erahenas b ks aretia asnn g o
overlooked our Spanish heritage and tions that arose. Our Chamber of tion, Inc., they backed their agree- The off-street parking area has banks are as follows: the importance of St. Augustine in Commerce attacked the majority of meant with cash of their own, and an VIITOR head dn an ane rt in esturd t. Augustine. the story of the New World. And these questions with renewed enthu- equal pledge tram each. so it may come as somewhat of a siasm. Many businesses began to rebuild surprise to some of you to learn that: The St. Augustine Historical So- and restore their own buildings with
St. Augustine is 150 years older city had done exceptionally well in the aid of low interest rate loans than Williamsburg, and 153 years preserving historic sites and bringing from the local banks. older than New Orleans ... was to the attention of the general public, With the cooperation of the camfounded 42 years before the Pilgrims the historic fact of St. Augustine, but unity on ibis one great project 'Imunity service and this project "'"11, -co'.r-- ,,r,




















landed at Plymouth Rock . was to do this on a large scale would be donations started to come in from a city for more than 200 years before too much for a small organization. all over. the first Christians saw the swallows To improve the appearance of our of California's Capistrano. historic area and create a desire in. The Exchange Bank of St. AugusA historic background such as ibis the people of the United States to tine made a notable contribution to coupled with wonder u beaches, good visit the oldest was a job r the city's restoration program by fishing and miles o navigable water- every citizen o ur town and we blending preservation with business ways makes St. Augustine an ideal needed the help and back of and benefits of off-street parking. tourist town, but like many other everyone. The focal attraction is the restored towns, we found that due to further In 1959, the State t m oda Pre Sanchez Hou t th c r f EuropeSan civilization firs cam t I, -1 ,























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changes in transportation and high- plan administered by inS Augute old Spanish area S Augustine.

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cent announcement that St. Au. A second factor at furthe e
a been selected as the meeting the exp enditure of lic f or the
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egila ofarers a golden opportunity for fact that Senat wing elected President of ing _7~n~C ah Oldest City. elceero n Senate' duin For a number of years our restoration. the meeting. ograms, church programs, and more re- It i rare when a county of soe 2,000 mtly th4 celebration of our 400th an- people can boast of having the President lversary have opened the door for much of the State Senate as a citizen and local ester accomplishments yet to come. business Florida's legislative bodies have been It is doubtful whether such a set of cirare than helpful in establishing ou nees shall ever again benefit the a national historical area of IO t Ct ne. Many members o 'the leg re eeldm have suggested that public ae not had the opportunity to isit our funds be spent for entertainment or hostty and see what their he1p ha gom iig'gioups of people. In this particular ished. event the circumstance warrants an exIt Is common practice for the host city caption to the rule. such a legislative caucus to pay the ex- If the City and County Commissions inkes for room and meals of the dele- determine that public fundsshould be ap tes. In the double barreled caucus to be propriated in order to host a first class HOSPITA N liELP TO THE SICK ld here the cost could run as high as joint legislative caucus in our city June OOQ 8t enweeelt a doa ni- Tout -and residents can snake free visat asp alA hik ods Ilthough much of the coat will be pick- tures ar~e justified anid should ha made.at oo h hsi as shw heee a oview fo t sea eupby piteinterest grosp who can- Th aie contribution that muot ae of- t io 55sr i, a1 a poc of here enoid axiito Bus (Rr hoea eally establish hospitality areas during feared by every citizen is of genu1 ch a meeting, the cost to St. Johns ine warm St. Augustine It a i h
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requestrof Camber Presednt ob34cttn

ove t1500 apdls toldw uc the ooakdthmormsso a3- att was authorized 1 to rt .p oetd a $4, 00 :epedaread da eximno inodrocm-cnenton s n & 2 w a pprr d by f the Jtun ee aisindislbmet the give6wayquareft pre r ty onede

n7t o Sae 0 D400rti perougerua dt te aauoe5'of h n a 3i T

dre4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Lso addition pepl will at.ARA poite ou1hth6aDgl y h omeso uhrtdt
tendu th e sa hel r own ex. field en a rtn hvmse tecome county road superintendencreat ti.he -mane wsalctd omiiof betwoeden re5 outand i w idos d re en str n th.,,
Iiritedze io attendr at th ex.e hange tov th e rl h 8-cunyji tuhthe Chamber ofCo m rea the teth he roll will be ready ter al to be0 .5 use by the Creaor


cabgmat ,o hm e xtreiene gbjsctng ou rnAgpre ah a o

pe gent ngpe at o nus o th9 5. e rhet n th e r7 ma $
pd ~~~~~~~~~~~~ asobaton apbaae hth wudptg ra t
-cogto.mtmns mlt d m 162 pr se n ope th W wee cos.alel ~. ~7
esiae eh acswoCl s a n Astedebytah Ws y oe th radovr feta
0 wn tol d c to ofm o n h nl SOm d s It.McloaaIa
stneveasoo reque t m i topvesor are0as o tt ee appered beoe thn e A ti f a ibi

Dis l ha $ 0 ae lrftead South A~ssoenaion gre ed1 o 01R}kf q ste
xty ~ ~ odmnto Acton abid by the 196 agremen Alprg hi u op ben A oh ited b the comh tsyo ap te co nty would pav the roads t he com itt 0o r en00
al ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t owed ay resluio nain Th4onyvt1 ohnrteelpsadpsg
assoeqatro astecutearemnee huhC
unt o~e n aen oTh rlne Bayne eaxe s G- Pana requste
Te adce genral hat admdema agree men "o fur Ia Ih own a cra pack -i
welfa ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ md l edof the comnt, a-aI ascainwl rtaem a h o

to a nu thaf $10 if io is souvic nes-h o thec lde oos h- I -eil 'te- toma cabqr oa, motohpare AYES omssoo 8 rma noec e oard dp sid ot call fo tay es haqeted 'in co e p nd t fo Com io re u se ii Ai
end eep lor e m en of thi m-roo ence $or b 1 t thth cf s ra i th a ol h ze k r n a si p y n m d t e g o p a nApp rox im ately $ 1 ,2to 00 will b eg e h d b e cuS t t h orid,' $ 25 y Q n s a e f tih e p a g r M i e t h e r em ao s i n i g u n wo n era t 0f e i n l u i n no fre tersta ddiise tahat theyt totrii 1rrgFred
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ba the aa not doe pbl h 4obta0np
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wrlt r I I .1 r 1 ,.., -, LLL- ,,_' .. R I I I I thO Would be g ': iccep ; I a#* tted he' was -per- shop "' "' L '-Pj
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1 ; I ... k. I : I : ST NE June , ed that -,L i_,M ,, I , I I lance td- the program : -1 -IiLti Spanis h h tho :_, I 1, 1' !' ,
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L' 1 ,; 1:* I ; the Ci ',, ornmissi today, re-' I I li,96n, lef out of Api, p ep-, I I '110 to 11 L:A A
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-Mr. Louis Gilbreath I '1 in I St. antipoverty grouli'Ladske L., ? 'rson#11y fi it tha a bn of "- 7 1 I 'L-- y, ', "i <, an antipoverty Agency I Ii A I I I L 1 ', )* I Chalim an-of Arrangements, I ,.
the city- reeo he a US 0. "'o ' I",-, ,;, ,; ,,; ,
: ": 11 Legislative Caucus I I .... I vl eeded... lie criticized w 12WV 1 ,3'L .
, I', I !"_ , 1 -, Y,4 I t- : I *0r9tc -' h'e ', I)pd self-styled historl- the I -' e Deaf, I ,, VL, :, da. I I I Led by Comml sioner Joseph As the solt = 1 116,, y 1_1 -1 ,
: St. Augustine, Flori 1 '7 ' d : ity _, ,
) I I ... I I L -is to pro:', L 4-" ,,, ., 1_1,, sfused to 7 federal program ,h P6 ai Vlis afis' Fii& that: the city an _7 "L ,, ",
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,_, ': Dear Louis, I . go along with, the St. ,xplained. tha , gqiI y- shQ ,e. gulded by their v rl'- die projed L-, '-',: ,'_ Johns I I 11 .. '4 I I I I plying the 1 '
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. I I y Action Inc. which "I I ,1 5 r; I I -, "
of weeks ago you requested mY _aMistinc I .
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"I asked that the -jro p be a I POve i sioneri's were. re- 11 I N. 1_ L '-' I , I _' ria : I the sewex [ll:_ -,," , ,, I : !rty-;s r c e II in,
:" ,7 ,making plans for the big legislative session starting tomol id fv" i I R, "
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;,: St.'Augustine. 1 rr_' I 1. -! f 4- I I I I I i- 11:1 ,_ I CePted as the, official body to I I.ong ,with-lAnds- ave, od ,under ex- '- L' L -,I
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I id I apologize. But the unds in the iled t it 35 pp I est6d: that .fur-:", jsting ujl nd! other. lines '- %" -,- _" 'g 4 ' :a thbu* L handle antipoverty f ' I haven't been much help Ea -,
sgions on proto t fammes;A11 St. J ion, I ,- I I 1, L LL
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1. I 1 I earned ss an, , ., __ , I -" le, 1 1, th ...... 1 .4, '. ,, I 4, that the I I ge-ited that ,Ken
": since protocol Is ar, important to Tallahassee as it1s toAhe I L, Shelley contended VK posbq:,buil s. K- : ,_-,',",- L- year, ;,, ."_ F, :t
I '_ ,, I I daso j ,ati Instructoi. at k Gutteima I and, W ide- leriti- -t ,- , ,,- ,
'o,,4 ,,:, .. Yon's capitall I I -, antipoverty programs All ovor ,' ,, ;'A I I I I 4 1 I I , 4 I I.. 11
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'. d corrup h. and in. t Jimiloi C611eiie, .. cized Mn rec6minendations I 1_ 1, ", !-, "."', S _, , ,:, I I 0 U sou rce - I ... :11
; You are acquainted with most, of the veteran legis the co ntry have been a 7 ; The Agency' f I S ... Is o -,--L ,','," ""'t"I".
tic 1 a simq j b I , I I t -, -,-, I ';, I ofgraf ar, problem a -a consultant -,, k ",',' ,4, _- p pout a 6 6 , 11 I 11 1,
since you have d 1 - ; __ L
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_', one a little lobbying In past yL I %
""''L". ,,I leglslatoi s ,i ,',, -, ad Ailbrlth' Ago -Wheil- the, cbuni ,but th6,: mi, missioners -, would : ginith Smith, Gi,;tterman,-gaW ,L_ ',;_ L 4 "Y-i; ,t
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C,, .Cdnimissibh iiofOed i6jake 4 , f ,1' ri, ti, '[" -1 ,, .as you probably' know, 'don't count in matterls 5', .1 I I n g 4 c , ) ,,, ,,, L
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'.. protocol e en tho 'ifi'theY will feel more Ini rtant th I I gr I an's gives 'the federal tov- ti .-, . I j., ; -with Lindiley,$,, ,,. Ls, d6ing .Obat thp Restora op -',' L -, I I "
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v I I a hand, in:, local ,: af- I! 5al' Vntil the' matter il IlComn, _? eiriment I .* 'ion waiiits b1m i to do --,-,',' '- -- -, --T-,,
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airs 1, 1. .b the ag6ncyl., th, i,6",!, t. checked '4 ,oi khl ,onsideiI g..' oth6r f -, li -_", ,,,* I
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C"', 1: I Am ,not certairi, however; if you axe aware - , was jinal ,y' worded ir-T the I -In 01 I -:' r ,, Y, that eight ov- L i6,
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- is ", it. I I citizens who, live. _.ou11 I gniZed ILt If tA L ffi Lr 1 9_ 111 "r," He :said t .
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. .1 I I v thaV',the w6rking people s hould o6u ,: IS re ,o -'J)ass.q a ; ,_sou on, vaca ng a restorati6d .irea'_' Meiide said. I '__ I "' "' JI L L j I 'L -;' ,
I.Lt, Ill plan twattend the session since some of thelse governij dofiiffiAsi&per I
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() course, 'is vital where 4 governors a, le, ,conw I . r I I ''' -1 L -- L '--_ ..... :",, t
ty, Shelley- t",t,.e. .5VM I- --, 'I'll, ,_ _1
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THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRE
SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1966




oonaoo ,~i "" ,i ; "on the onser tive side. While tey are, qukly catchig up,
,AJ& n toO Australian fashions are still

omewhat plan and underiOOD RESTAURANTS
Among the good restaurants

in Sydney are the ones at t e

BIG TRUCK parked in front of Mechanics National Bank sages (up to 25 words in length) were punched in tape Towa Hoose lots and h in Worcester, Mass.,is actually a mobile shoarta est in the bank and then transmitted to the truck. Durgte Clea rd a a tion, transmitting morale-boosting messages composed by two-week Operation Morale" program, over a thousand Mac eay t. bank customers to U.S. soldiers all over the world. Mes messagessweresentlosriceme. Of all the arts, p ng

St. Augustine --- community affairs and are active outlook for the future of the oldest asT provokes eat.
members of civic clubs and organiza- city in the United States. est tret. Ty gy

1. Ads depicting the founding of these clubs and organizations have ing practices and relations are the Clune's galoery on h ntaton 1t o 4 th birthday.n a tion, quadricentennial and amphi- ing community. Since this has proved smaod O ei dt atdeon
3. Anonat reports with historical theatre a success. A speakers bureau to be so, it stands to reason that two Their oils naturally are exp. Candir dipping is an inwas founded between the civic clubs commercial banks, though highly sive btt you can by a lithO. eresotng feature of colonial facts and pictures of the city. and by this means the St. Augustine competitive, working together for the graph for as little as $100. San Augustin, the restoration
4. Wide use of the 400th anni- story was presented to many civic betterment of their community are The best place to buy aborig- area of St. Augustine, Fla. versary seal on newspaper ads. groups throughout the state. eventually going to weld the citizens at rhandie afts isoat 0 Demonstrations are coduct5. Book matches and note pads Directors and officers of the banks together for the common cause. We Bathurst st. Some of the bark e imprinted with 400th anniversary along with state officials, businessmen the citizens of St. Augustin ae knowl I i o ak i st. Augustinei 9 t go iiig al







.and civic leaders ot the community that our main project ot restoring odrate e. .e Sending letters w ith the first n to Spain at their o n ad maint aining p e hist ioric ian or r e of pa s S d sor Cit

issue of the commemorative 400th expense to present a gold medallion our city is not complete and will not uerala pr odes the -worlds anniversary stamp many individ- to Gked toenera lissimo rankeisco the restoranco. be come of a numbe r o yand thriv- ablishd pas vacation Ede als and firms in the United States. The national publicity and good ill to come but we thifully rhas provlize that side pr

of cenes in Old St. Augustine dis- valued in dollars and cents. Many correct stleadeship and the coopera- e Opera Hose, has ben t Petrs ppinburg is the resort
attributed at conventions similar presentations and good will tion of evmm eryncia banks, though area. e. bt o n b ity of Treaure land, linked





Slogans on checks, ads and sta trips have been made throughout the competitive, workreatg togethof the to thrap little as San Augustin, the restoration tionery items. United States. Offer Billing Plan supported by apub er A w sa border
5. Book matches and note pads urch Xissionay Society, 93 an d ods









Bank officials wearing 400th Bank directors and officers and em- For Medical Men and it sits, a soaring sail lke h and rI ous. anniversary emblems on jackets or ployees serve on the planning com- THE Bcitizens of Virginia, Richmond e ings a peinsgla aorl o kon e o r

blazers. mittee, airport authority and many now offers a new professional service ,;ustrallan a critic Rhia o w b cages.
10. Banks selling medallions and other such groups. In short, the for doctors and dentists entitled "The Boyd has said it is "one aFie and the displaying these in lobby and placing banks hve ben very active in all Mdical Plan of Virginia" whereby restoring moderartely- priced. nongma an gler id

ads in local papers. phases f community better em t. medical men and office staffs are or- l na etp of ci ety and eawallsor a
1. 400th anniversary stamp to many on postage How hve theo banks gained lieved of bookkeeping and accounting f years aens once a en- many party

meters, through their efforts? "paper work." Those details will be Sdai a P
12. Radio time was given to ad- Attendance at Fort Castilio De handled by centralized computer and
vertising amphitheatre and anniver- San Marcos was higher in July 165 data processing equipment, reeingices sary events, than anytime in its history profound not be ssional prsos sible ifr more time

13. Complete newspaper ads were A railroad strike and a severe for patients.
devoted to advertising the amphi- v hurricane had also hurt the economy Under the system, individuals and theratred at convoftions. our area and still the year 1965 families receive monthly statema. entled byity of
9. Bank officials wearing 400th Ban irectors, officers and em- For Medical Men andeposits in the sirecrds which soaring saprovide details in medi-acc ofdisplayi bth banks are very active in banks and a very healthy ofeconomical ca expense records r tax purposes.

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F' tb e city g oefu fo tor nd 1inewnheri flrogslmor iWF ien" 'y F1 oratin o tiedis-0y at ue han ve joy, s wol a ovan
Stockoldes' AnualMeetng, ay 1, appecStreet, on' au -ys inerep 1966 at he DpontPlaz Hotl in in bautig Cons u a.hlit. periec
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*ton ivas C a I -- I 4ro-xiat eed' b Be Ci 0 ml 'maw 'd a y
sioner' 114'- Utt an, at -" a ere soedal e Sion, 'eet- ver I i thqugh de*alk:,,
ilig. Wedn"'.' ed by "the a r,-( 'er-7 Restoratlon
The ar e came after A re-, lie ahe d- nd do
quest for $4,00, came from .H.' 111) 90 -a, a .E Wolfe fo I r% I N 6*ton, director of -Wits oka;y," Gut!n ask
tie St. Aii'j stine Restoration' tdreffi an, said., do I. mm Sion- The request- win Commisiloner jimes S. LindX not : ND pidd, city coin
--the sliy suggested that the city hire mialoner s 'decided. on a, consult Lill 11 its own historian
the 'letter -asking the money ing basis. He saldthlng hissaid the paymetit was for "con- torian would elmthate bilb sultative services, relative to from Newton And tfie historian zoning a n, 4. redevelopment, would be --s able'to 6ttlei questions Lighter MUseurn, as required,, of historical autbentl6ty,.".for the and !requestjed, per. request let- n d' city-, No action was. take' p:en. ter of*.41. -E. Wolfe, June, h Ing furt er study. 4965-. 1965-66.11 The.
Vindaley, su'g'ge. #0 lettee sought $3,0.00 -for the;prea-T
sent fiscalyear. itaiwlstslt neth H. Beeson',Or., w)io,-bas a ramters deirmi, In Latjoii AmorllbalanC6 jp6 of $11QQ0 from Ican his I tory f T;
.fiscal that $3,000 Yom 6r' n as ilied,
'sty of 416rida-aL he pai& I ob I A e 'effdct;,6f:-f e mor. ,thig', co'rnmissionets l the ii gus e.. TWO TYPICAL PANELS OF ILLUMINATED COLOR PRINTS. 'y st.. A- tin "
16ew nothing.' Oout,,.re 0, --"at St.
es, ,part finii Jo constqtation on-th6 4: Museu ftLnbr of.any se 'c stone etommissloi-Ilso:

of
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d. t,, L U!A, v re 44- St. LWisAvenue to
enoug !-T',%mmissi,
S h e Llio agr ed, 8 n' Aven'e over the' Leroy Daniels, -who d6e,0 i ink Newt Loltfi Driipfe a, said any sery 0.,
Newton As,, a- ,, menl bi ,4,i f6 W es, coWd city Plan;iing"60m ISIV. Wlind- del 810 11
n,
termim. Newton IS j,(!
board," 'r his 0 yn ,Virsb na dtff ,6, 'study- the:,, greed .'a -,a$, app oved 1*1 Oltishiidsg H 'i sak th H dhffng Co Newton -'s o'uld not be.padd.'fp issiob 6 iges none 'tr ft1p0.boord, since' g nd ic rving I DE n al
ff the 6 r,)) xd members.arel downtc 1aviog any_ or,
All fnip ioners except lnedibg C6mmfs
Shelley, btdd-,' -jo ,,name il SanTsioners- Mead 6 ind,-SheEcy comm
m io I L I "i -,- 'in I I 1, iel Allen 6: Mekico'j plat'h6dth'atL the ip an cost, I~- A r, rp_ 2) sister c4y tb -'Y A t* n&is "Just'arl' h' in al i Shell i10,Stailiea. John 106kSi.MQhS-pl1 Bail Al "he 77 tY s d -,*ould-go it -his Aut Qrized v6; C o own se eprei t,, 66 er&
-to 'r- stel 4torm i t h, 't 'a' 1 8, at, the Fl9ri o'pi lor citj,' _*Wy, u Y, T 'e lines aKe
sp'l- dpmplairfed Deai and, B
RIC KITCHEN DISCOVERED IN THE GOLD MEDALLION KITCHEN. ve el t'- Xwon's being ,reloq ate& -,""'around, h6w F TOTAL ELECT
THE JOY 0 U el. Sjg- construd'tio' n' on, t e campu"
h h 8; an, id 11. The statecis.
ew. the area aroui .ago- .pron g1lidinaterials, atio"th6 ion he labor.' t r.S w s cit r -is ro idlng 'it Ynl dq, ", M i;, a AA4 -bji.
i y anager 0.j Knew lKayi- Ariiistro fo ,e, eck in'to en rea fill be d- 6m0dnt:s "tha, tirs
a er.
'parking on St.I e 'IaClhe, northwest north o 'Hbblita O 6r, parking
St. o e and there was ru e io
Akinitibhg *Ai also Ll a a
sked -to t ke sieps to 'st6p' cars %=-"=a El of San, 'Wc ing thg,Marcb,"and, Gr pve ayenues ,whlle
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Wii ~$c ~tine adB iuld ed .te Mr~-;~ s. Rita OB ten; which~ areQ th esoe ro cts the$,00blsum G1, ,va Talhase boa r man a .t str nara of the DevelopmentACam is-oanistolen ctiesf i r tot pal Mrs. Fracen Protr, ot hee Maalcity C kicsn- an ade al of
L'I't',L I -, com- _-, getion having been originally curatr on the stafNewtonerenigIon Irp st, 4 ,,, statq And, lq$~; Sal represent ati vos, and Maj. Gen. Henry W. Me I .:Y th, i iilI.l









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00fnisotrht t b sutinit t viou nbti~ f na fu- as av 'L,.", d. and di o not m erely ,- ; : .str ofp thee prp ono a ding viu:,. r soaton aoRockefelle hcu isevcmittee wark all ~~~~tre ofrsetn othe at S. member Brothers at aomre norma feehefin 0 appnd aeea cisum beoeg- ,d ,'





no, ,, ,1po le: Man drmn werels H.l I an50 ad $6 5ae ls













: n 'M He6ey I A nem ta o ep 'ii be


to tiae by -the a b -a "e_' x-~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ijo wa I e s: rmthe it as lmanigig ,, ,













oa tenti Ici -c c.2- is a psblie'mooting




a~ chirne a ~~rn sssplmete b rus o Thorn who is'W estAW0 pt.~Ji~"" ~



va" a .hrug a! ere as stt comm' u t jbn tjs It rS. A ,utta but r the















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fttve eel siheto Stat tf me.id of th stt cm isis
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La a, are us, ab- hiwman thah c"prtya gre autn the bthb bpsy keptn mean pt t.e st...1




















n h se temro ltecs
t.I ,. erd hils Cp be w ak k lu Y ofa sgs Miue an Aled hae;H mlo.Uphrhad So s il ly pa,,id t Is by, e ots Threae o
Virginia wane wi: abu a, co .. 10 diadsliheshad hre n adbss onuina -. ,,, .L .niade theasrma d and deris o''teio tb hmuen orenut eSua Uphr ; anoe las a r"Nonad manyat, fin. k esle citiens at lthis, was en whc bor wa in lvd v '

sf-wa w wra th esnsl aroun youen &$30d yesr Prttoati- chairva servede we to er imnhvetatte ie ,ItI-,, -"..._ ', ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n ;ent bu tom thes iselpmn theis asa bete ciie is shalvatinn.Facs rco o al-teMyn iy hihni 1
Nut- so; humrou is : the _gh ef 'sme at' 0tet on tRsS l t e-a ain tio h rram to erve i h eua ftect o-Davis.,_ Shrs am prp p ow er Ih p -, Io dolrI-swo thd'a lie
One christ--!,- na uw abut erkad-_ miso 'lb ppakent pam n snd, ultmat ,il n fe he

i,:'.,;. I~~~a used_ to Planning Cfs i vlner Pln-g Cmms. The man js on c' s, -,o and aeto rore g, t e sal sgb na Mueu era aI a Io Cb an 'iol Tuy, Res-,I

wodefu resoutio of comadtia l sp, of tin ream Iioa coo ta onto ante in the soy. ",alter of ,ntrs involved' withl Nuns a1 newsaper thea iy numerou 'io '';'ma that, a"I thin it end.o kin ,oak end ,uht ITso by our. redr ba depl 'con w y esn'a io

the a en ban rece ou elns In orde to :laif a towIKisaA ] sufic Ii to ,".y tha or is as -,-ag cotmpae tn paron po ca g"; erdnot,_ prntn -oein ", to of, nesae or tdepndn Deo a we bante
, .. I . :


































mattephilsoph. Theo p hang takig plce i the ombia- z SStti- ozst tonli B or sot,'
tie of the R-c d. fan:il wit the, lage Find Puwto stagte ou am-t Ci sisteos e Ct o m ao etn. I.


The as t suffers 'a in se o PntyP, A



the._ .1 n sme nts ofI the restoration is, --4._ I 5 no peso ity differennceseto wt oti,. uin bew n m ilp mv f- PO ,,atalyol, .- .Is"ts and, v ell nd 'e


etfart towards support of 'h prctgram.. f, ', 11 aymen of hs reglar slary alary of, the of te 011'hel~lfini 017m, l ,
l_ .; :J ",; , 1.it~,.,~e~ ~I~l~J ~
,IF, 11 I 'a A 9 'C 5 al 11010 %
1 ,,,, r y. ervii~ti ~ ~ i~i
i I -,,,,l, , 1as drecor o th resoraion estratin;.rogrm, we h ve SiO -1 .- ,, I ,,, ,,, ,! .,_ 11, I .I 1 l ,% "" d 111 I- d p sitio that ul tl ifi ,_ ,' I _Ay.,taen, he eciy
':1 ,,I ,,, a 1w, .
'', I i 1 I,, 'rogam. ewtn h s reeiv a ilble or ssis I ',
, i j" I ,' '1. I 1_ h "Woftldllbe va:W '
I,,- 4, I "'. , % 41 -I If~ll; ayme t as dire tor i s i "I b S p
,l l, :. t n e n ny a ea of hs -,i
,- : , , 1 I P a in -Co m is .- 1
I I a Ii 113, -11 I i -~I
.7 I I Ii 1 tio as.ha e--, a ;.4 e , 1, county. He pointed out, lf ~ r t that ll I hve or ear ben acon , I o ll~~
_l __ -. three 6gencies contribute to. the a eo 1 supd~



i -rjlj ,,, 11 salaries of other staff members ,\ ,, ,. k,

I'' I q 1 4 (Continued on Page 8-A)~bi~i




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Money! 4.
e over $3,000 sought by men in the id. The t a the raioi omm son from the city direator isnot ee n rs ac IL ~~~~of St. Auguotine supplement the salary cepted through out:tss n ni this type ,of Director Earle Newto has come toa of program. point of impasse. It is dificult bwo~ ing pal who As of the latest decision rendered by ear far lesso h sonm paid te loca retoatondiecor to unefstnd th



t he City Comcisison, Newton wi not re- rsoal r e tn h ceive the $3'00 supposedly given for aid- rson why such a salr is necessary log the zoning committee. Viewe a ith the overall objectivee of h in reality the $3,000 represents a f ive sorte pormic de ema
year old aeement ma~de *y'the ity com- stil resen the salary *ad Directo Newmisslon an county commission to supple- to, teofdacrfr ta l mect the'$14,000 per annam indoime ofthe benacm ise vrta o director. a e ofr
Onocsion we eave found our idess in
Inohin g sevi Die r direct conflict wth Directr Newton. Newton, Reastoration .Commisson cea-' tor-I'easrar W~iaNL.to n himself is one of th frs t o adOrlando (frmer Presdn of hColgatptteaat I Al latios and eveloing a een p






Camoi e Copany), sought te aisalti ak-oro Roekefell domunsitiy understandn and

ru with thepetty dffrne hof bee~in o it is~. e ;~ 1 ~i








150 Aio h e o mir sined ar1 o r, of. ab ~Y IlS WOK ., irecorf the t Ao n te O tack ares hrslotW
SURROUI~~the andrane I-asopCtics

ma se as ns a s Cons eos no asS crft display. r asull titgt Aug Msacutin A nd wa, Ite cy ai i Nwo ihe Ne an spt t ore lIt.n' obe prsn ata

VE~~0N theico plis e csih ucod s 000 oreoi th ow o to ap t
Ddrertod The spoo pp ou whn Te St. ruusie estf a to tar- the smat cinsIj~i a on ug iso ts
s URUNE of aI hoR mold iaooe rpe ossms ao nd Pervthe n o mmisyo Ea rl New- ts n p'ai Iasa
qn en use a aleorsocsilversihools on al o- "silvetrsmwish's s ttonto ive uraset
pewerstsoisl~d motha lih-lis o" s pp e b t ciythde a ay aofmhe stomenb u tate

the InteSm o shy s ted etrain Co mis orm' s ne etcatd sp a re Itom is l tim e te St coal ongal t e oe aod Drcor Newroe
thet ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ pi Th, a00 cos1tn for aboh eons hynAe e 5earn. or o e
h' n avt-ressrd iiop t laystice ad ed ve 'li ono f ngay soe citanstrouty antig bu a
ns, Be* Made Here~t S














sol sti assmin ptrohey poel ss the -shat are- h, soiar supimet"pissasa t e n
moid to hisssod oilttherafar-deto5ateestrom Cress andgor e0of' aoaal cr1 pcyad. .
~~~~~~~~~~$4'0 aoc 'art, Shet saltay pr l dslolriinas d o-orie othe 10~ e d
di aC and sm iio too -v






ass~~n difficult alte pa-yinig the o300 sumo0 tncss
mo3,d. The twstmlrhtoctpiecestoact atloegrug,$a05rorraat builing Se







lO R Oi5 sothe e 'wt ers an the th crc stutdteO e th 'ps fwyar tefcs r- httec
0 hesoo the s t ou wes th h ulig s hw ih osi pyn h
ahoe asos alo tru mmed oos ei apsi atlymn afDrco mut'a nenesml saslr,4
rho'r all b talle of 00











'asnd asmaio. rIto isnt'uIi o rtc rcnel A loga etrto ietrEr -'!
aly sbou the' 'srky t si om warRsa tnAe
st th he table and' 'a a mR
rethredimsldig do' a ys h ikt n rssadSo e Wiln
aoln seiv haysr ashesd,,Th 'Ispls~ t same o a ntrce
ams tw men,, esmed.m W a
shul nti Thee resni was a' vare andob ecitczd edn h ymn
moldpi h sw an al te ac- o cnsfo rs n wr
toso rte s eta 0' l ods fRstrto ra ul-I
a ~ ~ ~ rt 'omo 'ar herejremn


6ii ~ ~ Cbinmi tin, i v'
lam th spo wlnoast. inM n: p iandwrkn i t
av a f n t
Raatsrase, Chhoms has to W



















lead s'm'- a e dafa: s2,O S. anAueigganidtteorg mugs,~~tes dihhe anIte
lswl ai Igi 's
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this agai acesr pemltn tha- aoe fr tin ei
I' paiasns n spasia nop esal s tcs in l, tho
"ter'.1"~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ thi pAr, tIs a smmsdotla ar wevem shmsnt a fo iDrrt Er6 l
sspr iasto metalcs It toi thoofmefsell
of te mld d no fitperectl, fundthat'l Is the- een assein ofsor Retsp atlas acns alia bsp
beteenthetwohales.Thi i
file.i

ured intdbrass


nto, a funnel- Pu -itthe nd op-which i open ree eac day o


the Week. ~~i:~ ;,~:g~s .~; :; I~~ ~ ~
r-A "p

















1770.Tlietabl sitsagaist,
.*al andhashre porionscut
MexC 0
out s tt v16r~m~tf'ca'' si










orner At Cuna And St G r ALI

cenl r prisii o
the cenet nI
i, Xtys Rsoration N~ow Featurn
the eld Pa n e
erty, they ateo n the
building aite to side Facsimile Of Old Printing Press

e By D l et while it wan establish S e te St St Augustine, the site of the dere..aahe Goge frnm Cua ony n ew ashr tq The tp phet ahw hew f a tita thit moved againp adrier mus pt int St te.et'frtc a ntenme a eegpt ct e n rees, has anoter press of the The site ef aprnig lo Gerg S. n rdr osee n- -1 ~ tl~t~,f;~ -iF-*: e ama vitaga t gapi the same pariod has baen sta to shos a he encemieg The repreductian afan 18th h ehiete eop with ae it en
peahee e thieteeeeie ef 10 aero Houa tSt e Caounety eouro a an p te e i f e a st Meco Avenua, acc Cana. hetm photo taken ear ad ant nt b rce r a ect erm te Cone stceet vekicteV;, Drasn of Jackoi lle a per- Bruetat rn e a ieco a f't ahewe the driver view ef the at pt S ntreet, intesecioe. One S pe- Also nn th abiliatan. cea f St. G in locked hye S e Llivers Hoe,


tiate thn interanction. ore net up to had a d tltkhk there have keen te- hooks. Tbe two women kfr. e ae.T gitimate objections voiced in re- the Dobbs Brather a ibrar

;1 0 11 a c ucted betweri 17 versing ike elw ef traLffic ta Binding nolpany ofS p 3,Ln 0 n asti onb Nerth en Si. George Sieet, it tine, which in leaning the buildin appareet tat the ctthe lg fro L. C. Stieghav 16 ocar-ridden if contined street JinedrndaiteEannln In a 'ap edge bh.iding in permittetd. At than-md ttop. be de bat anvra blnnd H present St. Gecrge from the
iGe teH titaenen The present printing news- caner acted th p CityGte to Hpeden aS e 'is paper new, aut 'hroaide en" bluneprints horrowed froa o
fir. Veheicte speed in lmtd to hc r n-pg nie-mtW imb p tto S itie iqi tins. Operating, the 18h cn

1 o 1 mle pr ou b mst Th -ed dricr imn Thder 'oaodsrk East FoiaGazette," ("flat-bd tye apressi ~ dtan e e er aed ts- Ftorida's Lirs e wspper, wan aheat -at a tm rcs.Te ing a pedestrinae
palse In Stte denttin tat type is am t in oth There s litle dout tha Ix, 'John and Wlliamflat-had ofth prs wih h keepeng St. George St- open Wes lhtoTree moed lettereap Lana up. a Lenin eteota in Keng Steet nn their 'nea man ise roled ont thetye ameet fe 'the nmait buneness fne C nter plti eL a lcd n', peeptrlia" inb ah hedtne en pinpper~ge elmtem thepeentpolm c hete. i he vdeto S.Agflatbed a& '~aei new in oneL ofhe cemma usnewih s than tin awn ao ntoe en ide te n in r Bothtgetri A n 2ingof.fl ktwen Th V wp prined an udeamat fe ow V exenra" pnoncn thelrtithed by atehe oen mednein adS. defeat n ah Reenltionary paper antoe dty Oni a i in nhoud War. Theq Wells' preen alse The mat isthen as tebid n e e printed a few bnok nec pamph enahaket h
ofaource ii i 1e the
scenef'a t re
n nag en eemanmt ry
hhe





















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AUoUSTINE RECORD































ioieted In Mexico



ister Of Toursm Plans ,



it Here Early In August
INGI ST AUGUSIN ooe, retrne from MiamTY FOyNrma IN Frghofe5o



























aE AH e p al h o S e o n hi wh en pat o ef r ack tho No in a o ut n b ltos ohin gh atain- e nhb m eenno Ioe o



e and herobabl ted CThelatiorrv hr rayM oni etoy neQuar, Mesm t a h ro or p esmden onday th A a As I olDed Chars R








aon yutu. h Ade utlgust the fSoreriy at losida teank Upou o r, ,h a to S rie tAur-arzdnt sig u e Sedve prt. A ne h re e fy ah t Ah usn e















vat, anin te to aryor o lay Edm andveStyA JohnspCoutonamer oned toby theom- n Lia pide teion charma ot Nioal meualo ofr a h ie wil cyi pa ectn ow re aofae ricntrmialr o di0n tereo 101 e, annaotheyrs dipN Natiom of pn rv goe of na to QC a 1aamA t t 1rC fa ng c exton mr Bi1


















e t g d n t mas ~H. t.W ile, cha Rt- ett rsdnem miaErud sioLca h xhne eoiin

0* ~ g sCarletodathefederal;cistriainetaeddeeoraClosisnes0eme
alnea ftgte lt





































lwde iban dra theNtonlQudvcntnianm isenar oWh.rgh fcrupatcnta lzd Av es adnediti guet o r ph c r eeGoverno'of wFlorida aien of te S. 4 uf
0H!~i rieten C io~n


j~~ ~iapol- Mm. Wolfe, Men. Camp elI,
4,Ml ga, io



cd Dereatio Ioa Shw do Atiende, Menco S.rda AYgusttnn

.. enlo aot to Mexiro 1iy~n Sa deiguelSa Miue AAlsleendndAea
CarFeeeo Ino reexcices

thMiffiss om nad T aten ~ mu nici l issam hnd enMclase dauher ofMjt Gn n
Will m amell. C I~~h~lig elI chaira fteFoiaDvlpetCm is elf
a , little en him.n Mao B ;ieyMrs sBie a E arl N trnslte di Tr-eNner S n tiosla du rtieter nic i onret the it his u a e

in Hee g a l I u u t qtu,, ivisit to St. Au.









oed
e' Mexican San Migue de Allende, presen


















is 0
oh"Augustin Salvat, h
have,., a u -of: Thorn, p,~~lbp~hi~'
_g resident of the St. Ab9g-;lF I~~;d-;da also included 'Charles~- 8~W
anersiiar o he usin idiryClb CmbelJckovile har u l-oio alt er te iglgt urn h a o h lriaDvlp










i:T, AUUTNJ- oa



P1_Vi~ y r ngC ai ao J Bto
De:, a roed oar Ji
ne llot hoebep are b 0, 1ad ie TiesUinBr

mano oao Migue ted akea on arl e Non' repesinto r hA lea UE ALEN E CoPbo i ann n 00 mmisin e ao areaaly y
oiaoafour Baled ah peure oarl MEXIC Tis A M 00i 0mornn ro m lan iul,,isofmiscionha prentedorpaedb, l ae' Meiowt del e a t froml aFlorida Gtate execut00 ans is eeIcldn etos airde9 ,s fodre o the t ge aes W.o M apel ch 00 F s4ai them so nersoaC e no ofj consrisrla a nyled el1rs o I comisin ealontd~ yerlloy



Al o dre laIe rt ,s c ea y Wler o ei reatioageneal~o Mexco~s~epatme Nelo n, diec oote Staed ir

Sdt.e lso, 115Mao,' ph
WIh 'TO' resignatiToLADYto learor.Bale
lol v i o l gao to7 Ui" abeu w ee 11ek* ag ol erw cioy AIngem Saoi' Cer ty Con sli eetella
anay
eus orNewla n ry H. tE.
pAalende 010 of' 00r
eleea_ eelm ar
The bn toe i 0 o




ne~ ~~ man accse lineo ror atbeFakignargsf or
pr a at eITHiooe baar o .E IC lbME IIS LAD ad i o 1ositore wthe
Coh, United. wtle owe dero r theup Gisupbliheraupos te irre~ a va M I ,oeal af ftefre rsdn fM~ ~t.1 a h.

t dom att de .i a.t Henryr

Jaleas eo.nd ai uh e exeo I eoa nt and slis-ies. Xlud an r l
h ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l at Auutn0an anteesntefiedhpt
-,ttha~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i-s'oe ovstS.Agsie'g isoSonwt en ,on Me. y thatl athAl
aesndherh te J ~ istei
nesFd e serviar toWl, a-.ewo was 4Z

i-4, r~v Naeprevaogsee en t hehe

rice theere reo oh tzoning

ni I eaa ~ 1b eo a o a frdorlyas Pontt poi hete ener
Fok am'T er On ste A A "Pesoaly, Bale aisa lt anj p ai one udge thairin assn
Ia ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l 'oiteo ofes upa of A nnf pl tduae in- eal
Th Mxianfok alle t n igul. Alene viied p omosoi 1f wit rh pl Jsagnimp ers' in t a ah a Op i m l thane wPprnad 0 aof the Gal aiein E~ tat the datter
and aon bazaad an mue anwlaaaaIold. ap beor the
thar'a rustaln re-As e endmaoldonerasofnrxt a Mooa ay. aa is te UntdSaeh o ud r thde ttsa
ramn ah pr st aulse t o f 01ah o a
making~l~ thnoripragMeimanhre
partment~~~~~an ofMxrhapae er mitd. hs



perrinsing eqofi, moot andiiatn mweroete ra r
here wohe be asoer h opohIeri

s ai established ietee F10 o e,
-Mexico~naln atrug the clone ol~ft thend AsurakUchrhlr
an Mmes.a RHenuryl ther Theal Unoa
41~~~~ma ar1myjs cmltdb'loa n j.Gn
state~~~~y andiS ad-,reii ,Ic r adduheMs
from her, Tllahts'le ,:'ad JlieMc~ilan Mrs Hailto MD Af")- Atomys fr teyour-




















004d V rie~s~t
San Miguel de Allende M a, appr i 2

ato Meico isappoxiate
ly the Same sine aa it"Sse ciy St Augustine, hat ite terain is one af calling hil, Anit Cit reient who made the teurR
1 to Mexio discovered. Hoss a bhnd w a we iit
arel tiown i a a simplicity of
line in furnishings that is exrmel efective. :
Women of the city, w t tours at homs to finance their lirary, made an exception a n usual haurs to give Floridians a glimpse a he atn' aces

residences~ ~gl. 'A
I The tour tak*ng the graup Ihrough slx Mexicanstates andthP MO federal district followed the "Rood of Independence," a route through spots that were significant in Mexico's early a anggloim Sfor independence from Spain. At Qur ata Ihey saw ald arce ad, aqueducts extending for miles frum te lawn. Newspapers at Mexico -ity and other pois carried photographs and atorie4 of the detonation, the paper at Merida, Yuca- V ecr ho ian, puhlishing hoth a plctur tahen at the airport and ane of pcB1oit I' Mr. John D, sayley, alcaldo de fan A o M ad ieylo fn .a ogsueiso different from those we are accustomed to, the literaI trannlalions seem esp oilly colorful,, perhaps hecaune of this dIfoeSmiln an ptmstec, stepping nYucatan Ia
N~as a roup~o exp ain from Si. Augustine, s
'IC 0 A tL a nd Remember ct nteUie-tohae yM.Jh
of said place and i Our dist' h r


nih in our, thtq I5f51 6 er ni krnhow Vfirstll an ster P Aug- gave Jule a Ma'
Mciln odMs uste oThe, Nhigt af 4 rte scared i tord4 loid vola ef ved shiP _a a t r thatitehrother of Mrs D. froasst ri came.-t leThf rdy af goc with a Meia Vr 000ile Sylvanus G. Morley-was th aacelgsO a edie in th mai Sre h a ndrss Se 46 tso* st-b yearsa old, while he was with his exepedito athere. 4
Mis Mes et heatri eand She p e a n.n a ii~h iaen
hi m Ofe M Id ill nt par me ra"sps ~.as
,.',,.'Jb&'youn ladiesficance

p perofte Ste uou- enq aogr eea ai Mrs..eetioop~o i e q r q ig ' r,~

steteth thele p hhe h rui


-Aesc wero so prsud of thhe sh# It th on Thteetghethi Yucata gNold asye
Thsrin tedu 00broid0Peas,,binton a m n ot stor thetdy,
torand soatio

L.so P.mi tim hes ofh h toh Ient ion E A
lIgt thor 00a intriguing d 00 who ht

evrw dr the a a ots oqrta o e ts sooesdk~tha rat d omsin se see alceedy cessl plcs h epe hs ol'a Isepise the ghea with a gop In
refncts s 00 s de o0? reibe on 01 ncdistingheurtridshhedacej n m tp
.... neat to ad 1itria 1vrVk- i a m hesc a a f he she
prand hris tuiar m n s an ziO e '!rst
all tha a e tear pry is nUyMna"b'g hutut ha Atd ttthaag for otlehs swe
at e sni d Mi s were gee hil h ig he ai tetue of 00t o 1t
000 I- thei tt a n0 lthe onl u it,


ecoed sipla 0000mnt 0 A he ofhsutorf w to SThe dseco,
ithe'ist the wer aeonum fo ;ffe his osetlse retrai o
permit ,ih ooh jfr ard wish E raeNttan ond thtthi eyt

meveey ee t C rdo r t
Spsp~opede tnd pror tho to Ago ienot thed ownons ed
mstlomuohallh tact che room~ adds screams a
Thofid ls P de oppe arinin I n M he wer A i Ot. th e wh a e..- in
icrcn cla tpee week hefere'it au 0o r 00r 0. 4dN
St.~ves Augulie ofeg 'iic n he O 1s
y ~ ~ n ash Ihourn doIyurefhul wa os
fig ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u Ieore ina taMhe hoe usiete oto so n o m t g ee ao n e r g A









sans sant;!~ Mra.,: l~ oaciiscsi eis o ws h 0
weeothe Jr.,augt, th hull pinh Itne wa sodght bmput adetherteF
ke, odJl a d S s lan s isat thatl eaey Thn' ehY.ar wotiapee l





refhrring t-no woo t Jd Ia tve faster J a d
bla t ll g te om i n of,;:.j ienn" rv: rayd_.












woornto and a,, ad fesg t li p ainad th e ageda T a
thebll c nh ofSnoran exar- '10 th ema, countries waohd roeirt oe dli
t o abT ye J ule foundthe !m h i Ble on a Ieslam, -.ofeo nf e n etia~ ara sInte rces O jiin ore












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President Kennedy appointed a National Corn- In addition to the international contribumission. "When I recall how Colonial Wil- tions, there have been numerous special conliamsburg has served so effectively as a symbol tributions for particular projects, such as a of the bond between English-speaking peoples silversmith's shop, a pottery shop, nda on both sides of the Atlantic, I can see how cabinet shop, which are nuclei of an expandvaluable it will be to have a similar symbol ing Spanish craft demonstration program. The of the cultural heritage which came to us from Arrivas House demonstrates the typical houseH-ispanic-American sources. This can be a hold crafts of weaving, candle dipping, and most important new symbolic bond with our baking. Iron working and glass blowing Latin-American neighbors to the south, as well shops are projected for the future. Buildings as to Spain across the ocean," said President have been leased for a tobacco shop, a Kennedy. Spanish restaurant, a bake shop and other reEarle W. Newton, director of the state lated purposes. Other special contributions Commission, was also appointed director gen- are residences which have been restored or eral of the National Commission. Through reconstructed by private citizens. the agency of the National Commission, programs of international aspects were instituted
and fulfilled with Spain, Mexico, Peru, Eng
land, and other countries participating in the
historical activities of the quadricentennial year. An official delegation went to Spain
to visit there with the Chief of State and other
government ministers. In a series of trips over
a period of four years, the direcotr met with
the presidents of Mexico, Peru, and Ecuador,
and with the foreign ministers and ministers
of development of virtually all the other Latin
American countries.
The result has been a series of cooperative
agreements looking into the future. The basic
purpose of the program is to implement President Kennedy's objective, not merely for the
physical restoration of St. Augustine as a
visual symbol of the Hispanic origins of the
United States, but also as a permanent, active
cultural bridge between the two halves of
the hemisphere. St. Augustine has had a very
particular appeal for both the Spaniards and
the Latin Americans, because it was for more Candle-dipping demonstrations are part of the than half of its life part of the Hisplanic interpretive program at the Arrivas House. world to the south, rather than the AngloAmerican world to the north. In order to assist the state Commission, The restoration program has had no single the legislature chartered St. Augustine Restomajor private benefactor or "angel." The ration, Inc., which accepts gifts for the restoimpetus given it by the state has been the ration program. Newton serves this group as key element in its program, and the state has president. "It is a grea jig-saw puzzle, says continued its support at the rate of $150,000 Newton, "financing a program of such diverper biennium until 1965, when this was sity, and combining public and private support and cultural program of Spanish and Latindoubled. The key to the financial program with an international program to boot. But it American character, centered around the deof the Commission has been the variety of has given us various interests and areas of velopment of the city as an inter-American sources on which it has drawn. Industrialists support which we never would have had if historical and conference center, with close and bankers in the Jacksonville-St. Augustine we had discovered that elusive angel.'" relationships to historical and restoration area raised over $100,000 for the reconstruc- The program has been fortunate in the de- groups in Spain and Latin America. Through tion and furnishing of an important early gree of interest it has had from national its exhibition buildings, the St. Augustine Spanish residence-the Ribera House-as an leaders. In addition to President Kennedy's restoration program hopes to become a center exhibition building. Only in such a recon- interest in the international program, Presi- of Hispanic arts and research. structed building is it possible to show the dent Johnson has also shown a personal A broad program of gathering in microfilm characteristics of early Spanish architecture, interest and came to St. Augustine in 1963 to form Hispanic documents pertinent to Florida's since all the surviving buildings have been dedicate the first group of historic buildings history has been begun by the Catholic Diomodified. and to join with the first Spanish delegation cese of St. Augustine at the Mission of Nombre 13 de Dios. The Church will erect here a miroofilm and research library and an exhibition
Restoration of the Spanish Hospital was carried center for the oldest documents in the United out by the state Commission. States, the parish records of the Diocese. Also at the Mission, the Archbishop has erected a
votive church and a great 00-footmemoria
in laying the cornerstone for their building, cross at the original landing point of the first Florida Senators Smathers and Holland have settlers of St. Augustine in 1565.
been enthusiastic advocates of the program. As part of its Missio s6 program, the In addition to forwarding the international Notiotol Pooh Sees-lo boo peofeoted Issthee
aspects, they have helped obtain for the Con- restoration of the great fortress of Castillo de mission a key building in the restoration effort. San Marcos and the development of its This is the first capitol of Florida, the old museum exhibit and interpretation program, Spanish Governor's Mansion. It stands today, spending $1 million in these improvements. alotred oasd eepeded, ot the old paish In connecttion with the overall program, the plaza, serving, as it has from earliest colonial St. Augustine Historical Society has built a
times, ats a government center for the ity. It new research library for its collections and is now primarily occupied by the United has continued its on program of restoration, States post office and customs house. In 1963 including a complete revision of interpretation Newton asked the Assistant Postmaster Gen- of its "Oldest House." eral to release the building for historical pu- Altogether, it is estimated that $5.5 million poses. After exttelnsive negotiations the Post has been expended in these cooperative proOffice Dopn tmeo ogtd to hoild a t gras, bringing together public, private, and post office and to vacate the present structme. church resources. Restoration officials claim The Commission expects to occupy the build- this is only the beginning. They feel that the ing in mid-1966 and then to begin restoring full program will involve at least $20 million,
the east half of the building, which was the twenty years, and 200 buildings. Sptanish Governor's Mansion. The west half constitutes a series of expansions of the origi- Earle W. Newton nal building and will be used for a museum Cigar-making is one of the crafts demonstrated at Oand orientation center. the Srt sds Hose. Nearby stands the Florida Exhibition Ceno ter, a large reconstructed building of the early American period made possible by a $200,000
loan from the Florida Trustees of Internal
Improvement. An English building has been
donated for re-erection as an English Exhibition Center, so that all the governments associated with St. Augustine during its history might be represented. These five exhibition
centers were among the plinary objectives
of the quadrientennial year, and it is expected that they will be realized by the
Sclosing of the ceremonies on September 8.
Out of sthe international relations stimulated
by the celebration and the restoration of the
city, there is projected an extensive historical
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o ,h ryland p st ouch' to~ig rotoao roy 00!
I I I9; ot was ,ro dela red
unconsitotio t 00 sooy
during the past70 zoning laws hve Coo eisenc,"
jrorrisdn said-"k i' rajor breaki
U.S. Supreme Comt uphleld
D-. 1(' I .-C __,_through 0000 ZONt t L hoS ,fto
on's rgdht t rest it igh-ri se borhoods."
heodeoo nit; itoooooo'oo
g T l ied era go v en e nt is bt t ginning to sympa1 ize ith locale

Seffots to preserve Aterica'soE histotict heritage, starting in
i08 oith Presidnt Theodore'
0Oosveit's ntiqu ties Act. In Harry S Trlrman's admhfiristra-i
tion, te National Trust fr istoric Preservation was enacted.lt Eisenhower wa the boSt presiIdet to mention historical preservation in a State of the Union
speech. Bort Kennedy and h
h ge given heir support the

Earle Neoto presented o
reo su te of efforts in St. Augus-t
tine, ta., o prertve landmarktsto inA m tica's oldet city, datingI
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loom ttht. too ltur was a- 0
companied by. colored slodr
shtowingOotmw StooAgostinohso practiced a policy of "reso
tion, not desecration" in remodeig or constructing historic .jF.ORIDA, LOIISIANA AN1 CAcLnviONA experts In lohe field of.,-str el preservaion e m-, 1 lad'ars, a pr cess which is i pare te at the ConerOene f 0is0ri0a Scetis at oth t&aar. Seated re Sacb N'ri- helped y the fact that the city
son the Vie Car, No 0reas, and iss ir Srp ttt, c Orator of t eisFrg elures both a building ,Tomiool
ank history rom I Sa Francisco; st n d W Ein erhit, lo San a ara, rew ch 00u00000 ,rchicturn copresident of C70a rnia -tistoor a SocietiesI, an Earle tNewton, in charge of te r stIa-io o
meria's olest stteent, St. Auine, Fla. --N ews-Pr ss0 : oty to the historic past, and
I. .srmit, whicW prevents ,

CONFERENCE ENDS TODAY ab0 ..o..f bi!dings which may
0-- - - architecturally appropriate, '- ,

S. Prtcting theast is to 0

education of tourist visitors is NEW OOFICERO I Iot"0 ibility also, to .. e to. 1oooo uot ba que t 00 s
I I t O u ', too,"o" oyru L1 'rmooooo or-otttdmrto oo -o t oo W.ooo... o
o Ve a0ttr0 tO w04t 0mrcas iht.rt Poototttoo .00. Cofr000 ouor"A C ( _ry sooLtor to horto? Ioro th comon er 0 t dwin
y Woaeer A. Totophns Communities which seek ,to Third, the 000atter of t hx abtte- n 0thn cpaoAoeo t lur t of Santa Barbra was.
Not 0.a000 .pres0rve0 their historic la -- too r fot r"00 000o0- "-r to t-000e pesid nt;. D, A be c
dTtoo'rets ottt oteervaton o r" t oo Lro-giog 00000 Ou ot og to u n p 00. too lahootoot a
oauttotorc t too- pk ad .co totot s oon oatd. 000 to hr otutooot to moot otivntg tohl been the two cu- t"uymoW rootoor
o ,ts om t.onottch tO- Foot, "demolition by n0c0" te: Te os gresi t u Iywa tr asrr, a,, r.
roso seso yeter ayo -. d "topo dth't 0000 00 th t...tor C00e W00 0od, S0 ooct __ executive
S rho. It 000000a Coter o allr tto hisot0ric uildis to f oatlO ct to granting a conces-t0 00 0 00- ", -t- tor secretary.
Ca!o.i Htiaot t ot e et ... o-.i..... hong to oe p...tit-o tionsm stra...e tot say, is Saner-al totu os onudoing 00e of ......o
n e_. l "" I , .1 ,. uhl -s ane Iom-.,-
o '.'ch de od a. ted to cooert the space to 0o0 Ja P 0erto iCo 00"n t Beche od Ptt g_ e Io ,o 0 odht-l a p or dett ,
Tley are Jacob Morio to ucra.tioe otoryrt.. toot. aso Ot"rit o taid tht Santa attr- tst oo rItt tahtoa'ottloa nto 000.I00 "OWh'rt o ro .o..
Oh 'TtrooCarorCo mIto to pocotog tots ot: au ooat.1 hco 000 00 00 Am rcto tbro t ri&uoo _d o tr 00 Ar tmNe tro to0 tI tho yctu hI ho tttde cottot ttoc t tl ohtoott- Morrdiod 00de, "A Grooii t orb t p ry imporoao a ce of its his-,
prosid.. t ) int d eg . "ea .. p eervation otofrtance f.. toY Aspear-teading. tie pueblo Viejoi toil hritae, one almost
-Rt1oiottttc.O totorid, nd To d, 't tt y e ho o o ctty tpru otoo'ootttt; Ith co"itof ,.e Looj s ,d tuPrI h" hoot,
V. Aury N~sar? oosdnttbihoru"iotortoothootdtooof hror to 07 000000, utto tots seotte pottiolo 0000 oroottatoeto ot/ o too'T oot lotttoo -prooto Ifocs for that effort--oftrn oerj
'a tos too hro e toot other ttooort ot ocot-; upooto to 0 thioh totho- thu ooti :e iotL O 0702 tO rood 00 Johor t 00-00 V-t h
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.rlea ns" Vkeux- r r ai ,e eak s n s e o- i ftco,' wie, An'rete. T ,e new ivis0 0.' VI Ct I sro in, thorsgn a 1,easham told toos aude cen, in tootoot hooIett Otoooooo 00 too- ..loal Pt o Pj0 m .ti te hat Jch leugt, tho 0 a th t go n t I to it do u a c y roer t o y esta lished to the New Worl- OCO-z- ',, I 1
thus00 itoeur ho....utincluding the Phiiioppio Islands ACuTiONORpoto S country -hy t e SpaniIh Em-ptire. i pho burt act0 00 00001his~ia agtvt since 1937 and .....,: ....... I............ ... I ............ ............................................... [was largely,4f responsible for the





























iTargty ropt seosi s tu te
rdi e in 1960,
TOPOTO OOOORPOCR Ttoy 00 otg eso tot o The wll-kown ut~or and bi-idvtdt on-al ic ogaphrW. H. (Hutch) Outchin-sionS, Topics and modertors

son addressed yesterday's lunch-lwere" : itori Source atrial con audience, giving his views and where available, John Bau on a biographer's responsiili-er; istric Preervatio and
ties to the readhoo public. Withthe Divisio of edioes ad the salty, irreverent o mixture ot Pa.ks, Alen Welts; Iret daring fsati r, ,t and wisdo ..ichOH ..ou icaI Exhibits, No.... Wi!has made him one of Calfons ,son; is orical Society Aci imost popular speakers, tlin-ties, ,ouisa C. hart; historic son warned biographers againstMuseu Vounteers, Virgi0n0ia0
letting regional prejudices color S00ey; Young t00t00ans, Gertheir w.riti s. I laid Shleo .er; and Fin cing, "As an example o what !,Plannig. and Ouilding a ismono," ,e said, -"Sana Barto i t museum, Mrs. -ison barns are noted for thir boilerForbes hat Santa Byrbara is tie nave! Dr Alber Shontae was tot of reatiotoo {preside over ohe closing session Citing witten oorrspondenrthis afternoon, wen State Sen. as the best source o taterialAvin Ct Weingad was e1abort a bioraphical sujec, u Ied to deliver the p rh- ci t a0toutchinson expressed piy fortress on tO0e0topic 0 E0 P0h eblo biograplers of tte future" ThoVietjo and SotoeoEnaboing Acs will have access to no such well- for County and City U~se inHi springs of aerial, si e the fisto:ri 0 '0 P-eser ationn -









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ae y e i o e c w t t c c a td he atse n. hs St u shI a w e -e the. U cId Stoics
ro e Ic cayy afru tne e x a a e m a d es -O a re dL i c o p e 't .e o f q u l f e to: a t T ,t '
For~~ came Iat we hav .ad a thec ca catcsi h a- fwe.W r etdt e aeue so tooe edyinglype a work te Jobd reseh oent, Flrdat we can;,, !.. -, "".
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n o oN h th e ionao o h a oad n rtor oa t mission. T oh Ga afo
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intion f tao der ateodp o that artai tityenedasio d wain one toh e paid New- the racsrssof the ink da ofthepotede r ledto okrti e too rhin Teraen Theatale 0 0 Ionnalenotlen ofa $20da eer aln epr New-t oeran n a e coret iNetn' o Ir an pin hmei on ad o y $100fo
would wn opted o apuibniie an appryao the to of th fienet. fun
eig f is na ul n sm a t ou h f s ix pi t the board a etpme t ntdg th e I
treal Rsa One.Woe Inn am d a oi honed r rom the nGr o weal f
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( r Wae the rd that tw o htprbele thetie eln asnDi1 p LyIn
on ara a an- t p nit n ati a hi e re director te r tn tn

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the hoede cs t reoe logca anhietu an ansfe an rti- o n afirs n o o guide ta stohtn ore, Inu od he h re t eeded pl o n
company a. 'nobnil a matb n n Earle Nw hi the o ae the N 1heh to






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arpreogratmve no re ensv in nten pa s

m at ean hel al om sea toot ree mm at a esa p th e e ta en at to a ar meea 1seml an g daet ee r t T p ld hase m e e e b vaot fte e ay in the month th, p oe I two f tee otlhela
h ot id a2 0 n a r e n a i ao twer k to n a l t e t oie f oe o n w e e b ei n th s t- 0thed .

pa od e t n

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rg ni aOo a reques for thete co m ss o b etw eenio re p r v d th o f t e o m s i n oo s a-er a s a d f r

as sj alwae thes o hos pCoatmreto at oniro ec
seito new buren haved nowl housm thein Museu oftig Yes-shn
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I~~fona copeerognz.wudspie a pulct s- a Otaln Outin fo 1010n ote t uutn es qimn.U i y 7ael
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The Case del Hidelgo: right out of 16th Century Spain


Senor Pujol samples his gaspacho..




THE MAN FROM BARCELONA

Meet Senor Joaquin Pujol, director of the Spanish National Tourist Office in St. Augustine, and an expert-among his other accomSplishments on the correct preparation of

gazpacho, the national soup of his native land
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50 YEARS AGO
CONDUCTED BY SHIRREL RHOADES


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On hissecretrofeeas victo commendation I ha ve often taken noxsated iron and I have particularly advocated the
free use of iron by all those who wish to obtain
great physical and mental power. Without it I
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eng and itaty even in most complicated

T IS ISSUE "Not g ago a man came to me who was nearly half a ceery l, and asked me to give
Articles hin a prelina examiation for life insurOf science ob .- -. Lynch a .wasa to find him with the blood s na.. .6re o a bao and as full of vigor, vim
Sand vitality as a young man in fact, a young U Un iw e rh .. at CAlywa, anding his age. The secret he tai was taking iron nuxated iron
Shark! . . di Baiehimwih newl ifeAt 30 hewas in bad
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Organization ,. . . . . . Shir dRIoales 12 s buerI. pe would throw away
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year m pneumonia, gripe, consumption, kitCan you trust m . . . . . r.Joy er 14 ,er heart tr es, etc. The real ait
Ma ee over s bei pe tre cause started their disease was nothcupalim with sea in ou cnter ay s i. is is he fat ing mre or less Dam n a weakened condition of *fee icles invh the oedpphUgi e ae e ugM n by lw iron in the blood. Iron is aspect his ten a necessary to eable your blood to d t si2 lain living tissue. Without it, no
The Atlantic e ma wmch or what you eat, your food
It's d f u he p msind f m s you without doing you oEs,n to- h duL imc ha.v t w vdg You dm't get the strength out of it, from es ms in a part e a as a een y become weak, pale "tof a da ncept and sily leaking, just like a plant trying to
-glow in a saR fcienAt in iron. If you are not The light toucstrg or weW you eme it to yourself to make the .a :. .w t long you can work or
Are, sve lions eakirresisib? w m whout becoming tired.
N ti he two five-grain tablets of ordinary nuxSpecial sections aAed ham ee t mes per day after meals for two weeks. Tm test your strength again and
Entertainment showcase . . . . 16 See for e ow much you have gained. I
TV-Radio doisbok . . . .. . . . . 2g have seen daens o mervous run-down people
were .ing all the while, double their
Travel horizons . ... . . . . . strength and endurance and entirely get rid of
Departments. -all symptoms of dyspepsia, liver and other troubles in from ten to fourteen days' time simply by
Notes on the margin . ......... Charles Brock 3 taking iron in the proper form. And this after
Hobby corner .27 they had in some cases been doctoring for months without any benefit. But don't take the
Then and now . . . . . . . 42 old forms of reduced iron, iron acetate or tincGolden years/Your Socis S. ture of iron simply to save a few cents. You must take iron in a form which can be easily absorbed
Books/Stamps . . . .. .. .. 44 and assimilated like nuxated iron if you want it
Crossword puzzle/In the . . . 46 to do youany good.
"Many an athlete or prize fighter has won
Wild odventure/Bridge/Puzle enswers .- ... .. . 47 the day simply because he knew the secret of
great strength and endurance... while many another has gone to inglorious defeat simply for
lack of iron..- E. Sauer, M.D."
The article carried a large banner of type
nday VOLUME which exclaimed: "Jess Willard tells secret

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E sat down to lunch at a new restaurant tourist with a taste for things Iberian, up-to-date ly plump and he looked as though he enjoyed a
in the restoration area of St. Augustine and on the authentic Spanish action. Senor Pujol is bowl of gapacho as he might a fandango, a Senor Joaquin Pujol ordered a bowl of gazpacho. director of the Spanish National Tourist Office in flamenco guitar or a summer fiesta.
"You know what that is, don'tch?" the wait- St. Augustine. While we ate, he gave a short dissertation on press said, whipping a pencil from her bronze The waitress brought the gapacho and put gazpacho. hair. "It's cold soup." it before us with an Iwon't-be-responsible-for- "of
Senor Pujol smiled indulgently and nodded. this attitude. "If that's whatch want, here it is," Spain, yet technically it is not a soup at aU since He knew, all right. He'd given the classic south she said. She also placed beside the gazpacho it requires no cooking: The secret of producing a Spa recipe to the owner of the restaurant. The two platters containing thinly-sliced cucumbers smooth, luscious gazpacho is to marinate the
owner, J. M. Tillier, was, somewhat incongru- and minced spring onions and green peppers, bread, garlic i, and olive oil hours before adding egisly, a Frenchman, and the city fathers were and crisp, garlicky croutons. The gaspacho was the tomatoes. Then whip the mixture to a glossy



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a w tus Spanish olive oil), a teaspoon of salt,
opudso ripetomates, one quarteT CUP OfT'
micd onions, one quatr cup chopped pimen-w
S two tablespoons sherry vinegar, Lwo to4
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orish the garlic in a bowl, add the
ter nd olive oil. Marinate se veral
tomatoes, onion and pimento and
a or blender until pureed. Chill uneto serve dd viegar and water to
desired consi c. Pass side dishes of cum fined green pepper, onions and
"Czah sserved mostly ini Southern
Spi;weree cliate as very bet. In tfarm
regis, gazpac is ill only thing ah fid kers ea d g the day It is brought to them in pot ght out the fields, -and the workers upmlittle cups Thyeat it four or v time ayit is veryg for keeping the strength up. have their ain meal, theirdinne, h eygo home at night. In Sain, eve g closes at 1:30, then reopens at 4. We ye dine at 10 and begin the evening!
Theatres and movies don't open until 11 and
close about 1:3 a.m."
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turned out to be a sort of grilled cheese and han andich, the cheese White like Swiss only with more ofa tang to its thste, the bread (baked by the French oWner) coarse-textured and toasted to ai utter-lrewr color. It was, Sanor Pujol told
usrather sadly, a French creation.
SenersPujofs authoritative discourse was inditative of the man. forn in Barcelona, he eaned his degree in philosophy at the University arcelona. And if it was somewhat contraw dietr that a French chef would be asking for a S for a Spanish restaurant in St. Augustine, is a hirom that Senor Pujol would be in a
position e it to hin. Like most of the nar iso c Snr Pujol aCatalan the
iCi twas his native toge. (He
is fe six o languages: French, Ger, English, Swedish and, of course,
Their are more than eight million CatalasI hsadandtook a ma of Sainfrom ai A
jacket like.e unoded i addrew arough tiage-ln the aedsterranean coast. aThre.
t n a he t cat reThe dining room of the Casa del Hiddlge reflects a rged-iggon era ThtsCtlna. 'It could> be a nation larger Ti'iigsmfteCs diag -ga ,as
Caaons h d us, was an ancient land
that cane info historical prominence back in Greek and Roman times when trade flourished there. Even now, ithas preserved its own Ianguage and laws. Catalonia became incorporated
in the marriage of King Ferdinand
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FTER completing his work at the University of Barcelona, Senor Pujo1 joined the family
enterprise of manufacturing religious articles u ge less and join d the-Spanish Tourist Department in Barcelona, staying there for six years. During the tourist season he would have an average of 350 consultations a day in six languages. He was transferred to Stockholm, whichhe regards as the finest city in the world.
"It's modern, progressive, and filled with happy p ut why shouldn't they be? The government provides them with everything. They have no fears, no worries. Socially speaking, it's the most advanced country in the world, Sweden.
The homes are lovely; none c.a be built higher than the trees around them; and ail the facilities -such as electric light and telephone lines
are hidden underground "
Hesaedti St' l ta year, ten was
transor Io cw Sterlandant ne New York. He was in New York over a year and thought it a fabulous city, but he feels close to
home in St. Augustine.
"It's like Spain not only architecturally but in
attitude tke time f things,
ad th aeplesn people. And the outdoor
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i Hdelgo t t office I say hello to at least Casa del Hidelgo t wo-st stru 20 people that I know It is a nice feeling tureis a replica of a wealthy Spaard's home of "I have also organized a little Hispani Club, the 16th Century and is filled with atiques and of which I am the president It is surprising, but flurnishig of that period. there are just a few Spanishspeaking people "That's where the office is," he said, gesturhere. There is much interest in things Spanish, ing toward the west wing. "In the original house, though. I have initiated a twice-a-year tour of that would have been the servants' quarters." He Spain from St. Augustine and the first one, chuckled. "Very appropriate, no?" which recently returned, enjoyed a very finheThe carriage room, the middle portion of the success. The tour is for 21 days and we cover big building, serves as an exhibition hall. Senor Pudistances by air so that everyone can have time jol said it was soon to be filled with exhibits of to enjoy the cities, exploring them by them Spanish handicraft articles as well as paintings selves. The highlight of the tour is the Island of and sculpture, but at the moment it was distinMinorca which is the place where the ances- guished mainly by a large collection of phototors of so many St. Augustines originated, I un- graphs of castles. Senor Pujol professed a parderstand we are in Minorca for three days. The ticular fondness for castles, adding that Spain tours leave on May 5 and on October 5, which had more than two thousand of them. "Frankly, are the best months concerning weather condi- we do not know what to do with them," he said, tions, and they are just before and just after the pausing before a photograph of an impressive big tourist seasons." stone tructure. Next to it was a rather shabby He was asked about the bull fights, and he cottage. "The farmer lives in the cottage. It isn't said oh, yes, the people on the tour were at lib- his fault helives next door to a castle so he erty to see them if they wanted to but that he, uses it for a chicken house. He doesn't spoil it; personally, was against them. "It is a bloody he's found a use for it." (Senor Pujol, you will show and I think we have much more to show note, didn't major in philosophy for nothing.) the visitor than that. This is strictly a personal Next to the stable was the kitchen and it was opinion, of course, and everyone has his own furnished with authentic equipment of the 16th personal view of them. I'm reminded ofthe En- Century Spain, which Senor Pujol told us was glishman's story He sat through a bullfight im- built to order for the Casa delHidelgo. We went passively and and a Spaniard asked if he weren't upstairs and Senor Pujol showed us through the oved by the skill of the matador. 'Oh, no' the living rooms, dining room, bedrooms and a little Hsglishman said, 'I just came here for the chapel, then we walked out on the balcony overmu s looking the patio and, beyond that, a pla on of the city. In a nearby lot, carpenters ad their
ENOR PUJOL opened the Spanish Tourist Of- helpers were busy at work on a conete block Secret M Ele R e at ard ell fice in St. Agustine last February and it structre. One workman was handhew-g masmust rank as one of the most impressive offices sive beams for the rafters, several were hamin the city, After the Spanish meal at the merging in wooden pegs in the window sills. Frenchman's restaurant, we strolled over to Senor Pujol smiled wryly. "Another old have a look at it. It was built by the Spanish gov- building going up," he said, and chuckled softly ernment at a cost of $350,000 and is called the at his little joke. The Casa del Hldelo a studg
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On the fort's shell rock wall, a cannon points toward the open sea. Down the street from ancient city gates, sparrows dart from a garden wall to the balcony of a Spanish home. Hickory and fish odors drift from a nearby smokehouse. Bread bakes in a crude wall oven. The smell of hot candle fat and fresh wood -chips floats down narrow streets to mingle with the ring of the V blacksmith's hammer and the clack of weaving shuttles. This .' is the military post of San Augustin around the 18th century. OLD ROOFTOPS and balconies hang YO can almost see it like this today. ANCIENT CITY ATES were the only o over the city's narrow streets. Here, pillars were not built until 808, lthou St. George Street-re-christened with its first, historic name, Calle Real (Royal Road)-is resuming the identity of a Spanish thoroughfare.
panish Colonial America in S ually coming to life-in architect This is the nation's oldest city-al were lived in the Hispanic work America. The people of St. Augus be allowed to disappear under ne steel superstructures. And what b this history than by re-creating in oldest, existing colonial settlemen Interest in restoration work I 1940s. In the late 1950s, the St began a program of careful rest They restored it. Shortly afterwar Augustine from Williamsburg, Vii story dwelling on St. George Str ancient posada, or inn. He ren century Spanish charm that once while, in 1959, hopes for state he ida legislature established the St. tion and Preservation Commissioi tine. The project has become a similar to the one done at Willia The Commission, directed by I a team of planners who spent a yeE archives' documents in both Spai surveyors and draftsmen. Their fi








































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akes in z"-Spanish Colonial America in St. Augustine, Florida, is grad- scheme for the entire colonial historical area, four blocks wide ually coming to life-in architecture, crafts, trades and costume. and nine blocks long. Following careful archeology, original This is the nation's oldest city--all 400 years of it, 200 of which foundations and old buildings, wall remains, etc., were uncovered.
were lived in the Hispanic world of the Caribbean and South Reconstructed on original foundations, buildings were to follow America. The people of St. Augustine felt this heritage shouldn't the designs or plans of those used when the buildings were first be allowed to disappear under neon signs, black top streets and built. Some 200 buildings are to be restored or reconstructed
steel superstructures. And what better way is there of preserving over the next 20 years at an estimated cost of $20 million.
this history than by re-creating in actual, living form the nation's The initial financing came from the State of Florida in terms oldest, existing colonial settlement? of an annual $75,000 appropriation, which was later doubled. Interest in restoration work first began in the 1930s and This sum covered the basic research and operating costs for the 1940s. In the late 1950s, the St. Augustine Historical Society Commission and enabled a small amount of building. This finanbegan a program of careful research on the "Oldest House." cing was supplemented by yearly appropriations of over $20,000 They restored it. Shortly afterward, Mr. Gerald Bath came to St. each from the city of St. Augustine and St. Johns County, for land Augustine from Williamsburg, Virginia. He bought a seedy, two- acquisitions. The Spanish government and the Trustees of Interstory dwelling on St. George Street which he believed was an nal Improvements of Florida each contributed $200,000. Amerancient posada, or inn. He remodeled it, giving it the 18th ican corporations doing business in Latin America gave almost century Spanish charm that once prevailed in the colony. Mean- $100,000 for the Pan American Center. An additional $25,000 while, in 1959, hopes for state help were realized when the Flor- was raised by St. Augustine Restoration, Inc., in the city area ida legislature established the St. Augustine Historical Restora- for reconstructing the Ribera House, a typical Spanish mansion, tion and Preservation Commission to restore Hispanic St. Augus- to be used as an exhibition building and for other projects. With tine. The project has become a massive, 20-year undertaking the end of the Quadricentennial Year in September, 1966, St.
similar to the one done at Williamsburg. Augustine expects to conclude its birthday celebration by launchThe Commission, directed by Dr. Earle W. Newton, appointed ing a national fund-raising campaign. a team of planners who spent a year studying ancient plans, deeds, St. Augustinians have really gone to work. The long-range aparchives' documents in both Spain and Florida and talking with proach of the Commission is making the transition easy for the surveyors and draftsmen. Their findings resulted in a restoration community. It was the main purpose of the Commission that
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San Augustin Antigua-the name for the restored area-wouldn't be a lifeless museum, but that quite contemporary activity would go on inside 18th century buildings. The revival of old colonial life offers new modes of business and employment for the present citizens. Also, to make the transition even easier for the 16,000 citizens, the redevelopment plan is in four stages, to be carried out in different sections of the city and over the years.
The transformation is working beautifully. For a year now, costumed craftsmen and women have been giving daily demonstrations of woodworking, weaving, candledipping and cookery S. with the products for sale. Printing, bookbinding, silversmithing and other 18th century trades go on, appropriately, in San Augustin Antigua where individual rather than commercial mass production once sustained the capital of La Florida. Visible evidence of the twentieth century is vanishing from the three-block length of St. George Street inside the City Gates. Electric light poles have been replaced by lanterns made in Seville, electrified and mounted on the street walls of the coquina block houses.
The Spanish look of St. Augustine is different from the Spanish heritage found in other parts of America. When the colony's founder, Admiral Pedro Menendez de Aviles landed in September, 1565, with 500 troops, he brought with him the architectural THE OLDEST SPANISH HOUSE in America, owned by the St. Augustine Historical Society, accurately depicts life in the early THE OLDEST HOUSE, viewed from tihe street, has a walled colony. This dining room features original Spanish furniture, garden and patio, typical of the city's early homes. The present ceiling beams of hand-hewn native pine and tabby floors. house of native coquina walls was constructed about 1703.





CASA del HIDALGO is a project of is constructed of coqein, a shell shells solidified over thousands of y ued at some $350,000, the Casa representative of the early 17th seum, a carriage wing, a dorm


traditions of Asturias, on the I World buildings were blockunlike those of southern Spai California, Texas, Coral Gab Spanish colonists elsewhere homes were spaced apart with orange trees.
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unlike those of southern Spain-1920 versions of which are m California, Texas, Coral Gables and Palm Beach. And, unlike Spanish colonists elsewhere in the New World, the coquina homes were spaced apart with walled gardens filled with fragrant orange trees. Among the major areas of interest in the restoration area is the Avero complex, including the Arrivas House. On the main street, or Calle Real-Royal Road-later named St. George Street by the English, stands a group of homes owned by the Averos, an important Spanish colonial family. Because these buildings were so near the restored, ancient fort and City Gates, and because so much history was available on them, the State Commission restored the complex first as a demonstration of what the whole neighborhood could look like in time. The town's fort-Castillo de San Marcos-was declared a naviF






















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tional monument in 1924 and has been restored and rebuilt by / the National Park Service. Standing north of the old City Gates, } it attracts 500,000 visitors yearly. The massive walls were begun in 1672 and have withstood enemy attack and centuries of storms. These walls and many of the town's original buildings are made of a native shell rock, coquina, now known as "tabby"-a type of concrete made from oyster shells, sand and seawater. The Castillo has never suffered defeat. In 1702 it saved the entire population of St. Augustine from a British attack, although the army pushed past the fort and burned the town. This loss led to the reconstruction of part of what is now another historic site, the Cubo Line. This half-mile wall skirting the town was built to defend the city against Indians, pirates and Englishmen. It was originally a moat and palisade. Its eastern end began at the Castillo, ran west across the neck of the peninsula on which the town is built and ended on the bank of the San Sebastian River. Its rectangular shape gave it the name Cubo Line. The only entrance was a plank bridge across a moat guarded by town sentries. South of the Line, the town was protected by broad stretches of water and impassable marshland. At first only a palisade, the town wall was rebuilt and strengthened, finally becoming an impregnable, nine-foot wall with a twin-towered stone gateway. Engineered in 1808 by Captain Manuel de Hita, this version of the wall was earthwork, revetted with palm logs and fronted by a wide moat. As time passed, dis- UNDER RECONSTRUCTION is the Ave use gradually erased the wall, leaving only the gateway towers as a landmark, concrete which successfully dupl In 1963, a restoration team undertook the reconstruction of and general appearance of the pi a portion of the lost wall. Research showed fast-decaying palm exact site of the old work, but doc logs were expensive and out of the question. Restoration Special- evidence beneath it. ist Albert Mauncy discovered a way to simulate the logs in a per- Such extensive restoration inw manent material. The result was a mold-and-cast process, using zens of St. Augustine and Florida THE GREAT CROSS-a 208-foot stainless steel cross was erected this July at the there lies a common heritage th CUBO LINE-Based on archeology and historical records, the National Mission of Nombre de Dios. Dedicated this fall, the cross is to "remind all men Calle Real are a dozen buildings Park Service recreated the palm log defense which helped protect St. who pass through or enter St. Augustine of our country's religious beginnings." Augustine from land attack. The period represented here is 1810. this bond. There is the Casa del I ment of Spain and the Pan Am sored by the Organization of Am, ings are changing as well as pern mother country and her other on ent nations in Middle and South The Roman Catholic Church i
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concrete which successfully duplicated the fibrous texture, color tasia Island, a large outdoor amphitheater seating 2,000 was and general appearance of the palm logs. The new wall is on the built for musical, dramatic and other commemorative events. exact site of the old work, but does not displace the archeological A musical drama of the city's founding, "Cross and Sword" writevidence beneath it. ten by Paul Green, played throughout the summer. Such extensive restoration involves more people than the citi- Slowly but steadily time is turning back in St. Augustine. The zens of St. Augustine and Florida. With Spain and Latin America walled patios, the simpler lines of ancient houses, the austerity was erected this July at the there lies a common heritage that Florida is proud of. On the and strength of a town wall and a well-protected harbor, simple cross is to "remind all men Calle Real are a dozen buildings containing exhibits that reflect trades that make a good living-all are there. Today, St. Augusntry's religious beginnings." this bond. There is the Casa del Hidalgo, erected by the Govern- tine is a city proud to display its past where tomorrow's Ameriment of Spain and the Pan American Exhibition Center span- can history was born. a sored by the Organization of American States. In these two buildings are changing as well as permanent exhibits representing the mother country and her other one-time colonies, now independent nations in Middle and South America. The Roman Catholic Church is spending over $2 million in a program which includes remodeling the Cathedral of St. Augustine. Rebuilt in the 1880s after a fire, it is a monument of St. Augustine's "second Spanish period." The Church is also erecting a group of monuments at the Mission of Nombre de Dios, a few blocks north of the Castillo. On this site of the first landing, Christianity began in what is now the United States and the first mass was said. The Catholic Church's own Quadricentennial was marked this fall by the erection of a 208-foot steel cross and the rededication of the colonial cathedral. To celebrate the Quadricentennial, several ambitious projects were realized. They included a new Research Library in a recon- FORT MATANZAS has stood for two centuries beside the Matanzas River as a structed Spanish building for the St. Augustine Historical So- prteclion to the sath entrance of St. Auguine. At this mpt in 1565, the ril' d:A














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Sponsored by the City of St. Augustine
in cooperation withory erps- nkSeVe hareo s
International Office of Restoration Commission p cmpat eo a r
HISPANIC GARDEN t e et as dis t t
St. Augustine, Florida fr ee
Wednesday, October 12, 1966 8:00 P.M.Center
'h huse to be reontree to of the Miso:of Nom- spredoC appears onthRou178rio.bk dDps np9i'e of the the tesa o Master of Ceremonies--The Honorable Judge Howell Melton 1 t

instead of lengthwise, ah'Cros roVe s,,4tv oe. Band Selections of Spanish Music on the map gn
St. Augustine High School Band-Directed by L. L. WestberrY b o e c c
Welcome Address
Mayor John D. Bailey ds
bFloral Presentation at the Statue of Queen Isabel
Mayor John D. Bailey it Joaquin Pujo, Director Casa del Hidalgo

"An Address to Queen Isabel" ad ter
Joaquin Pujol stuctin alaninsttut eergto the elest e
St. Joseph Academy Choral Group
S Directed by Sister Mary George, S.S.J. m e W

"Importance of the Castillo in Spanish Florida" l m
L. T. Davenport, Supt., Castillo de San Marcosen and m fepea
"Columbus's Ideas and the Discovery of America"' ah chen on Ameia
Rev. Father Michael V. Gannon, Historian and Director Mission of the ectdi o
deecesNombre de Diosa tchen Flrida
Spanish Dances o tin t s c f
Lilian Lindsley Studio
"Parallel of Columbus's Dream and St. Augustine's Aims"
Dr. Jose A. Cubenas, Researcher, Restoration Commission
Band Selections of Spanish Music
St. Augustine High School Band
"Coast of Light"
Color movie presented through courtesy of Spanish Inforation
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