BLONDY WALLACE LOSES BREWERY CLAIM SUIT

Camden Courier-Post – October 29, 1935

Action against four corporate defendants in the suit by Edgar “Blondy” Wallace to recover a 20 percent shareholder’s interest in the Camden County Beverage Company from Charles A. Bodine, secretary treasurer of the concern, were dismissed yesterday by Vice-Chancellor Francis B. Davis in chancery court.

In his suit, Wallace, who was represented by William Harris, asked for the appointment of a receiver and named as defendants the holding and operating companies of the brewery, the Babocor Realty Co., and No. 12 Hudson Street.

Application for dismissal was made by Walter S. Keown and George D. Rothermel, representing the holding and operating companies, on grounds the bill made no complaint against the corporate defendants and that the dispute involved only Wallace and Bodine. The suit will be argued between the two on final hearing, for which no date was set.

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