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Monroe, Louisiana
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Monday, April 9, 1962
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Monroe News-Star Monday, April 9, 1962 5A Municipal Election Returns Cited By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mayor Leon Gary of Houma, seeking his fifth term, faces a runoff May 12. His opponent is Conrad Picou, who led the three- man field in Saturday’s Demo- f atic primary with 2,845 votes, ary received 2 418. Incumbent mayors were topped, in Franklin, Pineville, St. Martinville, Ruston, Mansfield, Leesville and Slidell. The general election is June 12. Among municipalities which voted Saturday was newly incorporated Blanchard, in northwest Louisiana, whose interim Mayor Keith Jackson was defeated by Ji^p.n L. Rusca, 126-91. Vliesults in other municipalities. ▼ VIVIAN—Earl Williamson out- jiolled three opponents. William- jton had 427 votes to 252 for James flflVilson, 75 for Elvin Roland and 45 for C. S. Amick. MOORINGSPORT—H. R. Trice was elected mayor unopposed. WHITE CASTLE-Mayor Robert Tassin renominated without opposition. SUNSET—Mayor John Olivier renominated with 272 votes to 125 for Frank Sibille. BUNKIE—Mayor Charles M Gremillion renominated without proposition. ^ OPELOUSAS—Mayor Percy Le cioux renominated without opposi tion. MARKSVILLE—M ayor Raymond Laborde renominated without opposition. CHURCH POINT—Mayor R. E. Breaux renominated without opposition. MAR1NGOUIN—Mayor D. B. Barrow renominated for fifth term with 242 votes to 193 for Louis J. Pernanio. MONTPELIER—W. E. Dykes Sr. defeated Mavor Hoimer G.|Fritz was defeated for renomi- Elmo Futrell. hutrell received 1,' 197 votes to 1,144 for Hoffman. Fritchie Sr., 1,168-1,068. nation by Young A. Broussard, WEST MONROE—Former May-|2.135-2,006. Fritz was elected mayor C. C. Bell and Mayor J. Allan or after Roy Theriot became state Norris will meet in the runoff. Bel! polled 1,514, Norris 1,453 and Richard U. Vallery 400. Norris is seeking a third term. DEQUINCY—Mayor Samuel E. Snider, with 575 votes, will meet W. A. Welch, with 469, in the runoff. J. R. Franks polled 216 votes, and A. C. Lambeth received 49. SULPHUR-Mayor Adias Saunier will meet J. Earl Koonce in the runoff. Saunier received 1,600 votes. Koonce had 1,159, Joseph Regan received 694 and Joseph Voussine got 633. BASILE—Mayor Walter Doga won renomination with 582 votes. Sidney Stoddard received 241 and Hosea Hebert had 138. MARYVILLE—Terry E. Laurent won the mayoral nomination over incumbent Rufus Almand, 321-263. HORNBECK-Carroll Gibson won the mayoral nomination over Herbert Herring, 116-96 NEW LLANO—Adolph Davis and Mayor Jack Gregory, with 51 and 42 votes respectively, led a four-man field and will meet in a runoff. Flynn Kay received eight votes and M. C. Stephens got 21 ABBEVILLE—Mayor Earl J. McCullough Is Elected To Replace 'Daddy' Grace comptrolled RINGGOLD—J. Knox Hill was unopposed for the mayoral nomination and will succeed Mayor C. J. Fry, who did not run for reelection. GIBSLAND—M ayor Fletcher Sutton won renomination unopposed. MINDEN—Mayor Frank Norman won a second term over two opponents. Norman polled 1,511 votes to 578 for former Mayor John David Sr. and 236 for W. O. Cook. TICKFAW-Tony Malnar defeat ed Mayor Joe V. Greco 82-44 to win the nomination. ALBANY—Louis Barthus won the Democratic nomination with 116 votes. Paul (Max) Jenkins polled 79 and Sam Wild received seven. WEST LAKE-Mayor Charles C. Carroll will meet Orise Rider in a runoff May 12. Carroll polled 487 votes. Rider received 343 and Kenneth D. Martin and William Prejean each received 239. MORSE—Mayor Sidney Bonvillion won renomination to a sixth term over Daniel Paul Broussard. KENTWOOD—Mayor John Day was renominated with 437 votes. He was opposed by Lee Wheeler. Rosepine—Johnny B. Hall defeated William W. Cupit for mayor, 149-38. JONESBORO-Mayor L. O. Tait defeated Lelan C. Swanner, 563429 WINNFIELD—The incumbent CROWLEY—Mayor Joe Gielan won renomination with 3,145 votes to 2,648 for John N. John III. DE RIDDER—Bob Blankenship won the nomination for mayor with 1,448 votes to 650 for James Presley. The incumbent did not un for re-election. Three Negro; candidates for city council posts were defeated. BROUSSARD-Mayor John Gus Guilbeaux defeated Oray Choplin,’ 355-125. CARENCRO—Mayor A. C. Prejean routed Leo T. Mary for re-| nomination, 368-99. DUSON-Merlin G. Hanks defeated Leon Tracy, 239-190, for! the mayoral nomination. Mayor Whitfield Lacy did not seek re-, election. SCOTT - Alderman Paul A. Broussard defeated Louis C. Prejean for the mayoral nomination, 231-216. RAYNE-W J. Gossen defeat-! ed Marcus D. Bordelon for the; mayoral nomination, 1,744-1,561. KAPLAN—J. D. Hanks Jr. will; meet A. G. Latour in the May 12 runoff. Hanks led with 970 votes; and Latour received 788 Maurice Landrv polled 682 votes. YOUNGSVILLE—Willie Langlinais edged Ogden C. Guilliot Jr. for the mayoral nomination, 151149. RAYVILLE—Mayor Loy C. Cloninger won renomination over William M. Biddy, 627-423. LAKE PROVIDENCE—Jimmy Johnson, with 538 votes, defeated Kiley Thames Jr., who received 135, for the mayoral nomination, j Mayor Bill Cone did not seek reelection. GILBERT—Mayor Jack R. McKee won renomination over former state trooper David L. Chase, 161-78. 616, and W. C. Mathis, with 561, will meet in a runoff for mayor. Incumbent J. H. Lewing finished mayor, Mrs. Mary W Allen, ran far ahead in a six-candidate field, WASHINGTON < API-Washing -!^1 wf* ,.orcj?drjnt(? a May 12 run- T u ., .. „ . off with J. D. Taylor. The totals: elected mayor to replace L. J. ton evangelist Walter McCullough ^Irs \jjen Taylor. 391: W. Ard who did not seek re-election, has been elected successor to the r . Willis, 371: Jim Long, 177: Ray Dykes polled 39 votes to 23 for Jate charles M <Sweet Daddy) B. Eagles, 116; and Seldon Jones, WISNER-Mayor R. A. Brown | a . r- 4 k Grace as head of the United 35 was defeated for renomination by MANSFIELD-Art Green, with FRANKLIN— Former Mayor W m R. Young, 189-179. House of Prayei fot All People’ McKerral Niell defeated Mayor WINNSBORO—W. E Marion-' McCullough was chosen Satur- philip Cusimano 1,501-1,133. Cusi- eaux won the mavoral nomination day over three other candidates mano defeated Niell four years over Charles C. Nelson, 564-544 third with 281 votes and V. E. to assume leadership of the 3-mil- ag 0 MANGHAM—Mayor John D. H^a,r,e J^lrled, \i’ ri -.4 !lion member cult founded by ‘ "hAR AH AN—Mavor Thomas F. RUtier won renomination over T. RUSTON—John W Peritt, a Grace in the 1920s. With election Doneion won renomination with j McCartney. 103-78. shoestore manager, defeated May-goes control of a treasury esti*l 1 766 votes to 1,191 for James TALLULAH—W. P. Sevier Jr rnarain i S Re«!*?'w«:mated at several miUion doIlars’ Alexis. was nominated for mayor without Jpar Like his predecessor, McCul -1 LAKE ARTHUR-Mayor R. J. opposition, t in y (lough wears his hair and finger- Bertrand was renominated with- CALVIN—Mayor Brady Bagwell: HOMER-J. D. Walthall, super- Ioag; ^ flike Grace he has iout opposition, intendent of the Homer Light and a m Water Department, was elected L . dela?atas m Masonic mayor by two votes over city j^mple auditorium were giving councilman C. G. Dowies, .508-506. him 410 of their 462 votes, Me- LEESVILLE—In a record 87 per Cullough supporters milled about iwon renomination without opposi- j KENNER—Edward D’Gerolamo tl()n and Mayor Joseph Maggiore will DODSON—Mayor Paul V. Gaar meet in the May 12 runoff.|won renomination without opposi- D’Gerolamo led the six-man field ition. r .v,, , r in >4 ....,,, . ____________with 1.262 votes to 1,132 for Mag- RONITA-H. J. Moore will meet •frit \iimnnV former Mavor R 1 011 tlle sidewalk outside, some giore. Other totals included Dr. ^ r Bolin in the May 12 run- ‘Vprtitta detested Mavor F F wearing sweatshirts with his Daniel P. Mclntire, 802; Robert ()ff Moore polled 53 votes, Bolin Hornanripy l 368-500 Hernandez name across the chest and others L. Manard Jr., 697; Henry Razi- 44 aIlt| Milton Morgan 29. defeated Fertltta four years ago buttons labeled “Sweet Daddy ano. 599; and William Barratini, BERNICE—Mayor Taft Birns ZACHARY—Mayor S; M Noble McCullough.” 262. ,, *1 won renomination without opposi- was re-elected to a seventh term v Ma*»y women wore l.ttie black ST. MARTINVILLE-Mayoi A - Uon _____ with 490 votes. W H. Lockhard hearing the name ‘McCul- bert Maraist was defeated for re- — Jr. polled 351 and William O. Ar- ¡oaSh nomination by Haro d Resweber flin received 13 1 February 1960, a month ¡member of the St, Martin Parish DENHAM SPRINGS—M a v 0 Fafter Grace died, McCullough was;police jury, 1,195-917. Maraist was Shelly O’Neal'defeated alderman elected head of the church. Last first elected in 1952. All current Rnhin HnoH 8 . 37-599 August, District Court Judge councilmen were also defeated. W MELVILLE—James Soileau George L. Hart Jr. declared the PINEVILLE—Mayor George B. gjas nominated for mayor with election at odds with the sects Hotfman, seeking a second toui- 380 votes. mayor Gus Rosenburg re. constitution. year term, was defeated by P. JOHNSON BROS. lor Barber and Beauty Shops BARBER * BEAUTY SUPPLY CO. National Brand Supplies 10S Catalpa St. Ph. FA 3-77M ^ceived 191 and Eugene Gordon, ^167. Mrs. J. M. Jackson, appointed to fill the uncxpired term of her late husband, did not seek re-election. N APOLEON VILLE—M ayor Joseph U. Melancon renominated without opposition. LUTCHER—Mayor Joseph Chenier renominated without opposition. GRAMERCY-Mayor F. A. Donadieu was renominated with 401 votes to 309 for Earl J. Deroche. % SLIDELL—Frank N. Cusimano Mahoney Funeral Services Held Final rites were held at 3 p.m., Sunday for George L. Mahoney, 81-year-old resident of Monroe, who died Saturday. The rites were held in the chapel of Mulhearn Funeral Home with the Rev. Glenn Pippins officiating. Burial followed in the Memorial Park cemetery under the direction of Mulhearn’s Funeral Home. Mr. Mahoney, a native of Buckingham, Canada, had lived in Monroe since 1923. He had owned and operated Mahoney’s Wrecking Company until several years ago, when he retired. He was a member of the College Place Baptist Church. He is survived by one son, George Bert Mahoney, Monroe; one sister, Mrs. Bea O’Myra, Canada; and one brother, Corbett Mahoney, Canada; one grandchild and four great - grandchildren PAUL HEWITT'S DOORWAY TO EVERY Till NO MUSICAL” 1312 LOUISVILLE 16th ANNIVERSARY ST0REWIDE IE? IE E 3 B A Ju Sa ■ BEGINS TUESDAY, APRIL 10th BIGGEST PRICE REDUCTIONS IN YEARS ONE WEEK ONLY ALL HI-FI O STEREO RECORD ALBUMS SL00 OFF NOTHING HELD BACK NEW PIANOS $100 to $388 OFF Including Wurlitser - Cable - Steinway - F ull 10 Yr. Warranty - All Finishes POWERFUL NEW PLUNGER CLEARS CLOGGED TOILETS in a Jiffy! 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