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St. Augustine reside p da philanthropist Herbert E. Wolfe, who has ser as chairman of the St Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission since its founding 10 years ago, has submitted his resignation.
SIn a letter dated August 6 and addressed to Governor Claude G. Kirk, Wolfe listed "health problems" as his reasons for resigning.
"Because I continue to have health problems," the long-time restoration leader wrote, "I feel it is my duty to resign. "It> has been a most rewarding experience to have been permitted to serve as a member of thi., Commission since its organization," Wolfe continued. "I think the rest of St. Augustine should continued for many years ts needless for me to give y ny rea son why I believe because I know front rest you... have shown realize what I am .tli ut. "Restoration in St stine," H. E. Wolfe le concluded, "is one orida's
..... great resources and uld be reserved the same as the Ev,rglades and other natural resources that we have."
A resident of St. Augustine since 1923, Wolfe has served as chairman of the restoration co mission si 11;Ias >rgan ized September 10, 1959.
In June 1968, he submitted his resignation as chairman of another res tion-oriented group, St. Augudine Restoration, Inc., a non-profit organization created in 19@ attract tax exempt contribute s for the city's restoration program. Other members of the restoration commission, to which membership is by appntment, are Lawrence Lewis vice chairman, Richmon .; William L. Sims II, secre reas Orlando; Edward ,] e; Walter B. Bo r
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nessman, er and ch4 .Jo County.i i
He also e St. Aucity in 1948.