Monday, October 27, 2008

Arthur Andrews Gone from Sweet House, Alabama

Scoring Update! The points change, death remains the same...

Glenn Andrews Sr., the Anniston businessman who created a Republican interlude in this area's Democratic representation in Washington in the mid-1960s, died at his home Thursday night at 10:30. He was less than four months from his 100th birthday.

An Alabama native, Andrews was a Princeton graduate whose early employers included National City Bank of New York, IBM and Kodak. At the time he ran for what was then the Fourth Congressional District seat in 1964, Andrews was chairman of the Calhoun County Republican Party and was a member of the state Republican Committee. He held the office for a single two-year term before being defeated by Democrat Bill Nichols in 1966.

Congratulations and 18 points each awarded to Tomb Raiders Redux (This Time with Candy) and Oldies But Goodies. The Rosters and Standings have been updated.

[Anniston Star]

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