Monthly Archives: March 2011

SILK STOCKINGS FROM HEAVEN

Elmer Winnfield tramped in clod hopper shoes behind his mule, Old Gray, as they broke ground for spring planting. They worked plowing Elmer’s forty acres just north of Coushatta, Louisiana in Natchitoches Parish. Leather reins that connected him to Old … Continue reading

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RONNIE LEBLANC

Fourteen-year-old Ronnie LeBlanc took his father’s 357 Ruger from an unlocked gun case and shot his stepmother three times as she got out of her car. She died on the spot. She was coming to pick up her two daughters … Continue reading

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P.J. Dog

I heard the old guy say, “You know that P.J. is about the most neurotic creature I have ever known.”   Well that just ain’t so. That foxy Doctor Susan said I may be a little ADDHA (attention deficit disordered … Continue reading

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MENTAL TOUGHNESS – One Tough Guy

Ronnie Oppenheimer did not let cerebral palsy interfere with his practicing law in the rough and tumble environment of criminal court. He had the toughest mind I believe I ever encountered. His offices above Majorie’s Drug Store provided easy access … Continue reading

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