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Newspaper article from the Beach Reporter of November 11, 1939 about Bert E. Rudolph being elected mayor of Stone Harbor, NJ


STONE HARBOR ELECTS MAYOR, 3 COUNCILMEN


Republican Candidates Have No Opposition; Voting Proves Lighter Than County Average


...Mayor Bert E. Rudolph, unopposed on the Republican Ticket, was elected to fill the unexpired term of the late Mayor H. Irvin Gerhart at Stone Harbor. He will seek election to a full term next fall


Stone Harbor - A Mayor and three Councilmen, already in office, were re-elected Tuesday in this resort where voters think the Republicans are doing so fine a job they don't even nominate Democratic opponents.

A smaller percentage of voters actually turned out at the polls here than for the county as a whole. Nearly three-quarters of the county's registered voters marked ballots, but scarcely more than half of Stone Harbor's eligible voters indicated there choice.

Bert E. Rudolph, member of Council for eight years, prior to succeeding Mayor H. Irvin Gerhart upon his death early this year, was elected to fill the unexpired term of the late executive. That means he must run again for a full term next year.

Councilmen John R. Biggs and John F. Gash were elected to full terms. Gash was recently appointed to fill the vacancy in Council caused by Rudolph's elevation to mayoralty.

Henry P. Miller, appointed several months ago to succeed the late Councilman Thomas F. Gowen, was elected to complete the unexpired term.

Borough Recorder John W. Nace was elected justice of the peace without opposition.

The five candidates received the following vote: Rudolph, 217; Biggs, 205; Gash, 201; Miller, 194 and Nace 198.


Original newspaper article cared for by Robert Charles Rudolph


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