Lewis Named Chairman of Restoration Agency


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Lewis Named Chairman of Restoration Agency
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St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission (Progress Photographs, Book No. 4)
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The St. Augustine Record
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Box: 1NW22
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October 1, 1969

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Lawrence Lewis Jr. was elcted chairman of the St; Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission at its annual meeting here yesterday, succeeding Herbert E. Wolfe who recently resigned from the commission.
Lewis, who heads Flagler Sys tem, Inc., has been serving as vice chairman of the commission
Other: officers elected yester day were Jacob F. Bryan III Jacksonville, president of the In dependent Life Insurance and Accident Company, as vice chairman, and John D. Bailey of St. Augustine as secretary-treasurer.
Both Bryan, who was unable to attend the meeting because of illness, and Bailey were recently appointed to thCOmmission by Gov. Claude Kirk. They, along with Father Michii$43 Gannon of Gainesville, iH ot recent commission ON OFFICIALS--Secretary of State Tom Adams, right, coqgra fi. 'were w nojied by< ew-0is jR, '4 eft, after Lewis was elected chairman of the St. 'A i ne
Ai sent to Restora servation Commission yesterday. In center is John D. Bailey, a new he th D- er, who was elected secretary-treasurer of the commission. .artment of State, under whose ...............................--- ----Division of Cultural Affairs the 1970-71 fiscal year which must. Len Direcr Bradley restoration commission has been be certified soon to Adam# of- G. B all of thecorn assigned under -the reorganiza- fice. Adans noting Ithat the missi are no tion of state agencies. Adams commission plans to, ask for ized mission o pledged his enthusiastic support $125,0 in capitaloutlay funds to pri rprise for the restoration commission's for thenext fiscal year, told the Infop -at p u b iork. commission members they should room i y the co
Accompanying Adams were "request what you need" in op- opened in Sam Ashdown, director of the erating funds, including suffi- orati .
-new Division of Cultural Affairs, cient fqrds for advertising and Lea om Br er and assistant director George promotii the restoration pro- tendane 6 incom
-Sheldon. Also attending were gram t bee p n ehi buildings aft Mayor James Lindsley and Rep. or, said the shops, 4gabout double ce A. H. Craig. con .i6x mphasige 1961.
Reso wre authorized pro 16fi tf g people Decidd to meet every el expres ciation to Wolfe, int the ,er ak month. Willia Orlando, and nak the dy- ti8K

n deiea $226,0, state APpropriSilifor ope rating was eratified and thebom cussed -legilative ieauests for
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Wednesday Afternoon, 0 1969

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AT RESTORATION MEETING Members of the St. Gannon, Gainesville, and Mrs. May Harw %Dayt Au Hitorical Restoration and Preservation Co- Beach; Director Bradley G. Brewer (standin Co d staff mm rs are pictured at yesterday's an- sion Chairman Lawrence Lewis Jr., Richmo ei f he agency which is charged with Beach Commission Secretay-Treasurer Johny th ak of restoring colonial St. Augustine Pitured, from St. Augustine; and Mrs. Rita O'Brien, staff left to right, are commission members Father Michael