Camden Courier-Post - October 29, 1931
Candidacy of Moore to be Expounded at Meetings in City and Suburbs
The campaign foe A. Harry Moore, gubernatorial candidate, and local Democratic candidates, will be carried into six wards of the city and in seven communities or the county tonight.
All meetings and speakers are as follows:
Second Ward Democratic Club, 841 Market Street; Eugene Aumetre, John Crean, Vincent Gallagher, Leon H. Rose, and Charles Woods.
Fourth Ward A. Harry Moore Club, 455 Berkley Street; Samuel T French, Victor King, Thomas Madden, Leon H. Rose, Gene R Mariano, Samuel P Orlando, and Rev. Robert H. Jackson.
Sixth Ward Democratic Club, Fourth and Walnut Street; Frank Connor, Albert Melnik and Thomas Madden.
Tenth Ward Democratic Club, Fifth and Vine Streets; Boyd Morrison, Joseph E Nowrey, Charles Degnan and David L. Visor.
Seventh Ward A. Harry Moore Club, Seventh Street and Kaighn Avenue; Dr. Leroy Baxter, of Jersey City; Isaac Eason, Dr. Clement Branch, Rev. Robert H. Jackson, Mrs. Bertha Shippen Irving and Frank Suttill.
Eleventh Ward Democratic Club, 927 North Twenty-seventh Street; Boyd Morrison, Firmin F Michel, Victor King, Mrs. Bertha Shippen Irving.
Gloucester City Democratic Club, 308 Monmouth Street; Boyd Morrison, Gene R Mariano, Joseph A Varbalow.
Magnolia A. Harry Moore Club, Evesham and Gloucester Avenues; Firmin F Michel, Edward L. Canning, John Delaney, Marie V. Kelley and Francis Homan.
Lindenwald Colored Voters' Club, Blackstone Hall, Lindenwold; Eugene Aumetre, William Williams and Oliver Bond.
Somerdale Club, Whelen home, Somerdale road and Oggs Avenue; Marie V. Kelly, David L. Visor and Mrs. Emma E Hyland.
Somerdale Democratic Club, Leone Hall, Warwick Road and Helena Avenue; Samuel P Orlando, Aaron Heine, Lawrence Gregorio and George Aaron.
East Haddonfield Democrat Club, Crescent and Berlin Road; Edward L. Canning, Albert Melnik and Judge Frank F Neutze.
East Haddonfield Improvement Association, Batesville, Delaware Township; Ralph Wescott, Judge Frank F Neutze and Mrs. Florence Melnik.
More than five speakers from North Jersey will appear at as many meetings as possible.
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