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tod ay. amod The;Board of Trustees of the In. whi ternal Improvement Fundt grant- CPU f ed'a $200,000 loan to the St. Au- 000 gustine Historical Restoriatr iand progr Preservation., Commission for pur d t6h he chase and regstoration propey State f F ri to house aFlorida exhibition cen building bition ter for the city's -400h nniver- center during t. 965 anniverssary in 1965. .ary year. After the anniversary The $200,QOO loan *as approv the rstoration commission will this mohnilg at a meeting of the be permitted to use the building Board of Trustees at Talahsee as a permanent. ex6 bit for sme whch was attended by State Sen- other agency besides the' State, or ator Verle A. Pope and Earle to :put stres e building' for Newton, executive director of the rental purposefprivate enterres ation ommission, both of pse. Rental e whom s e aanentexhiliit-or whom spoke in suprt of the Ing as. .
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tees twill pro ,0 edi e d xostr ately and $2 unJt ~h property the full amo an n u 'to isurchasd by the paid. The re ssi restoration commit ion., will repay tyeas at three'perr The projec e pure chase of the Bern
.stein building. n King Street, located -between Aviles Street and Charlotte Street. SenatoFPope said the building is located near the site of the old Spanisb Hospital. Aviles Street was once known" as Hospital Street..
The commission's plans call for restoring the building along architectural lines i keepn with >the ct--i restorafo program.
Herbert E. Wolfe, chairman of the testotation commission, expiressed pleasure concerning the approval of the loan. "It is another, progressive step., forward inp our overall restoration program," he said. Earlier dfAring February, Chairman.Wolfe informed the county commission and the city commission tha oject th
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