Cornerstone Ceremony Held For Pan American Center

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Title:
Cornerstone Ceremony Held For Pan American Center
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Marin-Hassett House (Progress Photographs, Book No. 2)
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Newspaper
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The St. Augustine Record
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Box: 1NW22
Folder: Pan American Building

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St. Augustine Record; 4-25-65

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University of Florida
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B8-L3
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USACH00512:00006

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St. A tine Recor 4-25-65


Cornersone eremony Held



For Pan American Center

Representatives of a doten na- One of the buildings on the Dios, which will include a Mass tioas of the Organization of site for the Pan American Center and Ordination of two young men American States (OAS) partici- has already been razed and New- into the priesthood in the mornpated in a cornerstone ceremony ton said work on the center would ing and the annual pilgrimage to for a Pan American Center build- begin as soon as the other build- the Shrine of La Leche in the ing here yesterday afternoon. ing can be demolished,. lie said afternoon.
The building, to house exhib- that an optJon had been taken on Archbishop Joseph P. HIurley its and fairs of the Latin Ameri- the Appliance Center property will officiate at tl ordination can nations, is the second inter- for inclusion in the over-all proj- Mass this morning at 10 o'clock rlatonal erter being constructed ect. of Rev. Mr RIland M. Julien and as part of the city's 400th anni- The OAS ambaadors partici- Rev. Mr. William L. Stahler, versary and restoraton pro- pated in the corn-eAtc' cere- bnth former residents of Daygrams. It will be situated on St. mony following a sfte non of tona Beach. George Street just a short dis- touring the restorat in Te a-l At 3 p.m., the annual Low tance from the Spanish govern- visiting points of i,tot inter- Sunday pilgrimage procession ment's center which is already est. They also wee preent for will begin through the Mission under construction, the opening of a (;uatmnalan ex- grounds. The participants, many
Representatives from Argen- hibit at the Florida State Exhi- in the dress of the Old Spanish tins, Brazil, Colombia. Costa bition Building opposite the settlement, will sing hymns as Rica, the I)ominican Republic, Plaza, Dr. Carlos Garcia Bauer, they walk through the birthplace Ecuador, PaRaguay, Guatemala,. ambassador from Guatemala, and of Christianity in this nation Peru, Pananma, Honduras and the Senor Jose Miguel Collado par- nearly 400 years ago. United States were present as ticipated in the ceremony of The ambassadors to the Orthe cornerstone for the I'an op- ining the door of the Florida ganization of American States American Center was laid by Dr. building for the first official ex- and their wives, will be joined William Sanders. assistant secre- hibit. Thei xhbition, which in- by U. S. State Department and tary general of the OAS, and clud s8 lare photographs of cul- U. S. representatives to the OAS Earle W. Nei'ton, director gen- tiral and educa ion points of in- at the ordination Mass and in eral of the Fedral Quadricen- ti rest i Guateani., and displays the Low Sunday procession. tennial C vol's in. of ,o-'t:me and ctaft, will con- Those in attendance include
Newton, in remarks at the tirjue for a week ) 10 days and Ricardo Colombo of Argentina, brief ceremony, said the center is .,n to he pulic. Ilmar Penna Marinho of Brazil, would be a building reconstruct- iast night the (AC official Alfredo Vasquez Carriizosa of ed along lines of an earlier St. were guests at a receptions at the Colombia, Guilierno Castro of Augustine building. The center Spa;i- h Inn and aL a dinner at Costa Rico, Dr. Jose A. Bonilla will be constructed on a site thse l-htel Ponce e leon. Atiies of the Dominican Repubwhiah formerly housed the Man- lic, RIdrigo Jacome of Ecuador, ufacturer a Outlet Stcre and the Ordination and o Jacome of Ecuador, Ruben I. Alvarenga of ParaSt. George Tavern, properties Pilgrimage Today gsuay, Carlos Alzamora of Peru, which were recently aclaire, i E Tnla they wil join Catholic Tobias Hartwick of the U.S., Mihe St. Augustine Historical Re- pilgrims from throughout the St. I uel Corro of Panama, Dr. Ritoration and Pres:ervation (:o- Augustine Diocese 'n attending cardo A. Midenda Soto of Honmission. Newton said the prop- outdoor Low Sunday ceremonies duras, Ambassador Garcia Bauer, crty imrmedia l o the south of at the Mesion of Nombre de Dr. Sanders and Senor Collado. the Pan American (Center site,
aentix' hoing lit h ~A poliaret
< nter, would be dovelopid a: a
li-lpanw garden. ht inging to-ether the Pan American and :
Spanish centers.




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