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SERVING ST. AUGUSTINE AND ST. JOHNS COUNTY
United Press International
VOL. LXIV, No. 138 News and Telephoto Service, NEA Photo and Feature Service ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA,
Winn Dixie Stores Makes Third Donation
Of $7,000 Toward Restoration Project
J. R. ing, ce president aid divisional manager of Winn- Chairman Wolfe heralded the third contribution of
D St is shown presenting three checks totalling the Winn-Dixie Storesas being a "ma eason why ur $7,0 t Augustine Restoration Inc. President H. E. program to restore and reclaim this area for the entire Wol informal meeting this morning on historic nation has been so successful.
reet. "The support and cooperation ofsuch men as Mr.
hin at the presentation are, left to right, Arthur A. D. Davis and Mr. J. E. Davis and their organization e o e to
Kumme nager of the local Winn-Dixie store: J. E. have been one of our program's Mrrea Gallagh erintendent of the Jacksonville territory; Wolfe said. J. Ki vice president and divisional manager of This is the third donation by Winn-Diie, bring Winn-Dixie stores, and Mr. Wolfe, who is chairman of the their total contribution to $21,000 toward a Pledge of St; Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation $35,000 over a five-year period. Commission. (Record photos Philbo itley
Shown is the p i'ialycompeted "era House" on S George Street ich is being onstcted under he au pies o he S. A ustie Resratonnc. President H. E.
mal dedicated me time pior tothe ctys 00th birth day on Septem r 8.
Mr. Wolfesaid that "the building of tfis beautiful structud oulnot b.posile without the excellent cooiation an of friends such as A. D ns tJ. E D he Winn-Dixie Stores e un&
autheti Sans" scoring o to hnitruction of plus project is che to be competed this month, with furnishings to aa A .2.