Rowry Re-Elected To Model Cities Board
By Jim Kane
(News Staff Reporter)
Ezra L. Rowry, chairman of the Model Cities Policy Board, was re-elected to a three-year at-large seat to the board in an election held Friday and Saturday.
With 154 votes, he led a field of six candidates, according to unofficial returns.
Hank C. Bryant Jr., one of the leaders of the Black Economic Development League (BEDL), received 119 votes in a losing bid for one of the three three-year at-large seats.
Paul Spann, 152 votes, and Theodore Beals, 151 votes, won the other two posts. Other candidates were Maybelle Waterman, 120 votes and Antoinette Quicksey, 108 votes.
Also re-elected was Thomas Mitchell with 84 votes, who defeated Anna Lois Wilson, 23, votes, for the one three-year term in District A.
Another incumbent winning was Theodore Palo, 156 votes who won one of the two at-large one-year unexpired seats. Mary Brent, 180 votes, won the other seat. William D. Ratcliff received 131 votes.
In District B for the youth representive three-year term, Bobbie Jean McFarland was unopposed for the one vacancy. She got 43 votes.
Clinton Brantley Jr. was also unopposed for the one three-year term in Dis-strict C. He received 25 votes.
In District C, for the two-year term, there was no one certified for the ballot for the one seat. Mamie Dunagan received eight write-in votes. Other write-in candidates were Lois Wilson, three votes and Richard Dennard, two votes.
Dennard won the three-year post with 45 votes in District D. Bruce McCreary had 22 votes.
James M. Lee with 41 votes was unopposed for the two-year youth representative seat in District D.
Black American Community
Black Economic Development League
Model Cities - Concentrated Code Enforcement Program
Model Cities Policy Board
Ann Arbor News
Ezra L. Rowry
Hank C. Bryant Jr
Paul L. Spann
Ann Lois Wilson
William D. Ratcliff
Bobbie Jean McFarland
Clinton Brantley Jr
James M. Lee