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Edward J Borden, Sr, 1933-06-09. Edward J. Borden who was the guest of honor at a testimonial dinner in the Camden Club last night on the occasion of his election as president of the New Jersey Real Estate Commission. The dinner also marked his twentieth wedding anniversary, and Mrs. Borden was similarly feted at another dinner.
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Edward J. Borden

EDWARD J. BORDEN SR. was born in Boston, Massachusetts on January 12, 1888 to John and Beatrice Borden, both of whom were born in Canada. The elder Borden was a boilermaker by trade. The family moved to Illinois shortly after Edward Borden’s birth, residing there as early as 1890 and as late as July of 1899, when his sister Beatrice was born. The family soon relocated again, this time to Wilmington DE, where they resided at 1205 Elm Street.

Albert S. Woodruff, 1924
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The Twelfth Ward Republican Club last night passed unanimously a motion to endorse the action of Hanna in advocating election of former Senator Albert S. Woodruff as a member of the Delaware River Joint Commission.
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12th Ward G.O.P. Backs Selection of Woodruff

The Twelfth Ward Republican Club passed, unanimously, a motion advocating election of former Senator Albert S. Woodruff as a member of the Delaware River Joint Commission.

Camden firemen and policemen paid their final respects to stout-hearted Jack Airedale yesterday. The beloved mascot of Headquarters Fire Company, Fifth and Arch streets, whose life was crushed out under the wheels of truck No. 2, his own wagon, Monday, was accorded a hero's funeral. His body was interred in teh cemetary at the rear of St. Paul's and the First Baptist churches, close by his fire station home, and taps were sounded at 5p.m., just as the sun was setting in the west.
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Taps Sound for Jack Airedale, Canine Mascot of Fire Laddies

Camden Courier-Post – November 7, 1934
Camden firemen and policemen paid their final respects to stout-hearted Jack Airedale yesterday.

The beloved mascot of Headquarters Fire Company, Fifth and Arch streets, whose life was crushed out under the wheels of truck No. 2, his own wagon, Monday, was accorded a hero’s funeral. His body was interred in the cemetary at the rear of St. Paul’s and the First Baptist churches, close by his fire station home, and taps were sounded at 5p.m., just as the sun was setting in the west.

John S. McTaggart, 1934
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Banquet to Honor John S. M’Taggart

A testimonial dinner will be tendered Patrolman John S. McTaggart, well known member of the Camden police force, at 8 p.m. next Friday at the Sixth Ward Republican Club.

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Moore In Camden Speech Demands Fairness at Polls

Camden Courier-Post – October 29, 1931
Demanding a fair election and protection to Democratic voters, A. Harry Moore was greeted here last night by the largest crowd to gather at a Democratic meeting in Camden’s recent history.

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Ghost Sniper Shoots at Bus, Fells Cop at Bridge Plaza

Probing a mystery that sounds more like fantastic fiction than serious fact, police of Camden and officials of the Camden Bridge today were conducting a vigorous hunt for a “phantom sniper.”