Tag: Sixth Ward Republican Club
Charles Hunt registered for the draft on September 12, 1918. He was then living with his mother, Mrs. Amelia Smith, at the foot of Jackson Street near Ferry Avenue in Camden's Eighth Ward, and working as a wharf builder.
Sixth Ward Republican Club
The SIXTH WARD REPUBLICAN CLUB was active in Camden through at least 1947. Camden politics were a peculiar affair in the 1920s.
6th Ward Group Backs Leadership of Kobus
Support of City Commissioner Mary W. Kobus as "leader of the Republican Party in Camden County" is pledged in a resolution adopted by the Sixth Ward Republican Association, meeting in headquarters of the Camden County Republican Association, 506 Broadway.
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.
Four Camden Men Are Among Those Who Get Paroles
Four well-known Camden county men who had been in the state penitentiary at Trenton for at least one year are now at liberty on parole. It was revealed at Trenton yesterday that the State Board of Pardons had granted paroles last week to Leslie W. Orr, Haddonfield real estate broker; Joseph "Polack Joe" Deven, South Camden sportsman, Jackie Hindle, former Camden cop, and Walter Kennedy, formerly a boxer and cafe owner.
Pallbearers Named for Stehr Funeral
Funeral arrangements were completed yesterday for Chief of Police Lewis H. Stehr, who died Wednesday in Cooper Hospital following a heart attack.
Lewis H. Stehr, Chief of Police, Dies Suddenly
Funeral rites for Chief of Police Lewis H. Stehr, who died suddenly at 11.30 a.m. yesterday in Cooper Hospital, will be conducted at 2 pm on Saturday.
'Chick Hunt's Girl' Gone
Back into the notice of Camden's Police Court, but not into its courtroom, Katherine Rosalie came today.
Flannery Promises to explain Slaying
With Joseph "Mose" Flannery at liberty under $3000 bail, a statement setting forth his part in the Sixth Ward Republican Club affray which resulted in the slaying of Joseph Cimini last Saturday, was promised today by his attorney, Samuel Orlando.
"Mose" Flannery Released on Bail
Camden Evening Courier - January 19, 1928 Shay Signs Order After $5000 Bond is Posted in 6th...
Grand Jury Will Consider Slaying After Probe Ends
Investigation in the slaying of Joseph Cimini in the Sixth Ward Republican Club Saturday, is "far from completed", Assistant Prosecutor Joseph Varbalow announced today.
Battle Echo of Murder at Club
Pretty, piquant Katherine Rosalie - for love of whom men are declared to have fought to the death in the rooms of the Sixth Ward Republican Club, today waged her own fight against her self-avowed rival for the attentions of Charles "Chick" Hunt.