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Newspaper article about Bert E. Rudolph being named mayor of Stone Harbor, NJ


RUDOLPH NAMED MAYOR BY HARBOR COUNCIL


Acting Mayor Appointed in Surprise Move; Will Be Candidate in Fall


JOHN GASH APPOINTED TO SEAT IN COUNCIL


Stone Harbor - In a surprise move, Bert E. Rudolph, acting Mayor of Stone Harbor since the death of Mayor H. Irvin Gerhart in February, was elected Mayor of this resort Friday evening at an otherwise routine meeting of Council.

Mr. Rudolph took over the executive duties of the Borough at the March meeting, by reason of his office as President of Council.

Coming as a surprise to the spectators, who had felt Mr. Rudolph would continue as acting Mayor until the fall election, Councilman James E. McCaughey arose and offered the motion to make Mr. Rudolph Mayor. Councilman John G. Bucher promptly seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous. Borough Solicitor Lewis T. Stevens immediately administered oath of office.


Will Run in Fall For Unexpired Term

Mr. Rudolph thanked members of Council, tendered his resignation as a Councilman, and announced his candidacy for the mayoralty in the fall election for the remaining year in the late Mr. Gerhert's term. He will serve as Mayor, under the present appointment, until December 31.

John F. Gash, cottager for many years and very active in the Yacht Club of Stone Harb...



TOO LATE


Mother of Mayor Doesn't See Him Seated


Stone Harbor. - The No. 1 Spectator at the monthly sessions of the Borough Council missed the biggest moment of them all last Friday night.

Mrs. Johnson, mother of Mayor Bert E. Rudolph, has religiously attended Council meetings for years, winter and summer. The only time she was not in her familiar seat near Council desk was when she was too ill to go out

Last Friday evening, Mr. Rudolph, in a surprise move, was elected mayor and sworn into office. Mrs. Johnson arrived just too late. She had been across the street attending a service at the Lutheran church.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph


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