4 Judges Guests On Lawyers Cruise

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Camden Courier-Post – June 30, 1933

Camden Attorneys Go With Cumberland County Bar on Trip in Bay

Millville, June 29. — A number of South Jersey jurists were guests to day of the Cumberland County Bar Association on a cruise of Delaware bay and a fishing trip.

Among them were Judge Samuel M. Shay, Camden; Circuit Court Judge V. Claude Palmer, Mt. Holly; Vice Chancellor W. Frank Sooy, Atlantic City; Judge Palmer M. Way, Cape May; former Judge Austin H. Swackhamer, Woodbury; William B. Knight, Camden, special master in Chancery; Judge J. Forman Sinnickson, Salem, and Judge Francis A. Stanger, Jr., of Bridgeton.

Other Camden attorneys in the party were Samuel T. French and Frank T. Lloyd Jr. Leon Bardfelt of Vineland, was chairman of the committee.

The party consisted of 60 barristers, who embarked on the state guard boat Firman M. Reeves, which left Bivalve at 11 a. m. The boat went as far as Cape May Point. Stops were made at the fishing banks and some large catches were repeated. Luncheon and dinner were both served aboard the boat, which docked at Bivalve at 9 p. m.


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