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Athens News Courier (Newspaper) - October 29, 1968, Athens, Alabama ews Courier 5 Successor To- The Alabama Courier Limestone Democrat (1891) and the News Leader (1965) PUBLISHED TWICE EACH WEEK TUESDAY AND THURSDAY ATHENS, ALABAMA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1968 REVIEWING CONTRACT Athens High School officials review the Athens-Bradshaw contract for the football game to be played here Friday night. Half of the gate receipts will go toward construction of a cancer hos- pital in memory of the late Gov. Lurleen Wallace. Holding the contract are Supt. of City Schools Julian Newman, left, and Prin- cipal Ferman Elmore. Standing, left to right, are Dan Havely, band director; Morris Sen- rinisher, assistant principal; and Football Coach and Athletic Director Larry McCoy. (Staff photo) -Bradshaw Game To Aid Hospital fund Athens school officials have designated the Athens-Bradshaw game Friday night as the one for half of the gate receipts to go to the Lurleen B. Wallace Courage Crusade. Tanner receivedLa little more than from gate the Quarterback Club passing at half for the Courage Crusade when the Rattlers played Clements. from the will go toward i. being Joe Ifire.wer, 4 principal of Bradshaw, and Gov AibertBrewer i Athens Principal Ferman Elmore yesterday talked via phone with Cecil Jackson, high ranking assistant to Gov. Brewer, explaining project and invitefr the governor to the game. Jackson said he would ask the governor to telephone Elmore and that he felt the chief executed probably would want to attend game if his schedule w pemit.
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