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  • Wiretap Evidence Is Studied In Case Against Reginelli

    Wiretap Evidence Is Studied In Case Against Reginelli

    Wiretap evidence against Philadelphia mobs is being examined by immigration agents in an effort to strip Marco Reginelli, South Jersey gambling czar, of his citizenship.

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  • Police Drive On Sunday Sales Here

    Camden Courier-Post – November 24, 1955 Merchant Vows He’ll Open Store Despite Ban Police said today they would “crack down” on any store which attempts to open Sunday for the sale of general merchandise in violation of the city’s 49-year-old “blue laws.” The threat of police action was aimed at the Windsor Fifth Avenue Store…

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  • Courier-Post – November 25, 1955

    Courier-Post – November 25, 1955

    Sage Russell, a native of Camden and former employee of the city’s electrical bureau, generously provided this nearly complete edition of the Courier-Post. The paper is intact, with the exception of four missing pages: 7, 8, 9, and 10.

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  • 13 Given Oath at City Hall as New Firemen

    13 Given Oath at City Hall as New Firemen

    Thirteen new firemen were sworn in today by Safety Director E. George Aaron in ceremonies at City Hall.

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  • Save Man, 88, In S. Camden Home Blaze

    Save Man, 88, In S. Camden Home Blaze

    A neighbor who ran several blocks Friday night when she saw smoke and flames brought firemen to rescue Samuel Liberetti, 88, of 606 Avon st., near West and Beckett sts.

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  • Cephas Starts Boxing Career

    Cephas Starts Boxing Career

    Billy Cephas, former Haddonfield High School baseball and football star, makes his debut tonight as a professional boxer.

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  • Cowgill Sues Leon E. Todd for Corotis Libel Fund

    Cowgill Sues Leon E. Todd for Corotis Libel Fund

    State Sen. Cowgill filed a cross claim in Superior Court today seeking to collect from Leon E. Todd the full amount of a $98,000 libel judgment returned in April against Abraham C. Corotis.

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  • Four Firemen Suffer Hurts In Collision

    Four Firemen Suffer Hurts In Collision

    Four Camden firemen were among persons injursd over the weekend in motor vehicle accidents on South Jersey roads. The firemen were injured when their engine collided with a tractor-trailer at 2nd and Market sts. Saturday about 4.30 p.m. while they were on their way to answer an alarm which was false. Admitted to Cooper Hospital…

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  • Ten Retired Camden Policemen Praised, Receive Gold Badges

    Ten Retired Camden Policemen Praised, Receive Gold Badges

    Camden Courier-Post May 7, 1958 – Ten retired members of the Camden Police Department answered their last roll call Tuesday night.

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  • E. George Aaron, Opinion

    E. George Aaron, Opinion

    E. George Aaron – The former city commissioner has a sumptuous city residence and beautiful country home with his own big private lake. How this basso has escaped the Met, goodness only knows; and how he has escaped roping by the gals, only he knows. It may be because of his wide practice…; but that’s…

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  • Camden High School Purple and Gold Yearbook Excerpt – 1960

    Camden High School Purple and Gold Yearbook Excerpt – 1960

    Ronald Smith, Sam Fisher, Ralph Heath, Golden Sunket, and Reginald Hammond compose the team whose spectacular ball playing has won a record of 48 wins 0 loses for Camden High School. Often called the “Little Globetrotters,” they raised the crowd to its feet during several games as they staged what they call “show time.”

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  • E. George Aaron, Ex-Camden Aide, Attorney, Is Dead

    E. George Aaron, Ex-Camden Aide, Attorney, Is Dead

    Camden Courier-Post – May 13, 1960 Public Safety Director for Nine Years E. George Aaron, former public safety director and an attorney active in Camden’s public, civic and philanthropic affairs more than 30 years, is dead. Mr. Aaron died shortly before 8 p.m. Thursday in the Cherry Hill Apartments, Delaware Township, where he had lived…

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  • Commission Department Assignments

    This is how the departments were assigned to the commissioners Thursday night…;

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  • Pierce is Ousted as Safety Head

    Pierce is Ousted as Safety Head

    Overflow crowd of more than 500 spectators jammed city commission chambers Thursday night at meeting which stripped Mayor Pierce of his duties as director of public safety and made him director of public affairs.

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  • Meeting is Conducted Orderly by Mayor Despite Difficulties

    Meeting is Conducted Orderly by Mayor Despite Difficulties

    Mayor Pierce was determined to run an orderly meeting and he did Thursday night when his fellow commissioners stripped him of his duties as public safety director.

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  • Camden Times – 1961-04-03

    Camden Times – 1961-04-03

    CAMDEN TIMES DEMOCRATS Vote Column 5 Tuesday Support President Kennedy and his New Frontier Stamp Out Bossism…; Bring Progress to the Party…; Vote New Frontier

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  • The Camden Times – 1961-07-06

    The Camden Times – 1961-07-06

    In these days when the household budget is being squeezed between the sheer number of products to be purchased and the cost of living, the keeper of the hearth and home is sore pressed to make both ends meet.

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  • City Alerted on Electric Inspectors

    City Alerted on Electric Inspectors

    Camden residents were cautioned today by Patrick J. Sullivan, chief of the City Electrical Bureau, to be wary of persons who represent themselves as electrical inspectors.

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  • 3-Alarm Fire Rakes Building

    3-Alarm Fire Rakes Building

    Fire early today razed a condemned two-story brick vacant factory and warehouse formerly owned by the Fuller Brush Co. at 6th st. and Atlantic ave. There was no estimate of the loss.

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  • New Schedule Set for Tests of Air Raid Sirens

    New Schedule Set for Tests of Air Raid Sirens

    When the air raid sirens sound at noon June 26 in Camden, don’t panic. It’s not an atomic attack.

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  • City Bureau in 2 Groups

    City Bureau in 2 Groups

    The 24 civilian employes who make up the city’s communications bureau have been divided into two groups, both responsible to Col. Edwin A. Bedell, acting director of public safety.

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  • Chief Deitz Dies at City Fire Scene

    Chief Deitz Dies at City Fire Scene

    Chief William H. Deitz was directing operations at a house fire on Terrace Avenue, when he went outside for fresh air. He collapsed and was rushed to Cooper Hospital.

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  • 4 Teens Die, 6 Hurt in Car Plunge

    4 Teens Die, 6 Hurt in Car Plunge

    BERLIN, N.J. (UPI)—Four teens die and six other persons injured last night when their convertible ran out of control and crashed through a guardrail on a railroad overpass and fell in a maze of high tension wires onto the tracks.

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  • 4 Camden Teenagers Killed In Car Dive From Berlin Span

    4 Camden Teenagers Killed In Car Dive From Berlin Span

    Camden Courier-Post – March 19, 1963 Driver, 5 Others Survive Four Camden teenagers were killed and six others injured shortly after 8 p.m. Monday when the car in which they were riding crashed off a bridge in Berlin Borough. The dead were identified by state police as: The driver, William Hummel, 21, of 1033 Bergen…

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  • Broadway to Glitter with Yuletide Lights

    Broadway to Glitter with Yuletide Lights

    Camden Courier-Post – November 24, 1965 – Camden’s Broadway will burst into a red, green and yellow explosion of lights at 5 p.m. Friday as it prepares to welcome Santa Claus.

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  • Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders, 1964

    Camden County Board of Chosen Freeholders, 1964

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  • Cooper Hospital Open in City Since 1877

    Cooper Hospital Open in City Since 1877

    Cooper Hospital was incorporated the latter part of 1875, under the name of “The Camden Hospital,” changed to The Cooper Hospital in 1877. The hospital actually opened August 11, 1887.

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  • House of Hazards by Fairview Girl Scouts

    House of Hazards by Fairview Girl Scouts

    On Thursday evening, October 15th, Fairview Girl Scouts, their parents, friends and neighbors, will be treated to a unique production in the interests of fire prevention. Chief Fire Marshal George Baxter, will personally present “The Camden House of Hazards”; an unusual demonstration designed and executed by the City of Camden Fire Department. The presentation is…

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  • The Lincoln Assassin Mystery

    The Lincoln Assassin Mystery

    He shot and killed the Abraham Lincoln assassin. He was arrested. His sanity became a question.

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  • 79% of Box Fire Alarms False

    79% of Box Fire Alarms False

    More than 79% of box fire alarms false, reported in Camden, according to a statement today by Acting Fire Chief Edward Michalak.

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  • A Yule Glow All His Own

    A Yule Glow All His Own

    Camden Courier-Post – December 24, 1965 By Mary Archibald, Courier-Post Staff A Christmas tree with 1,000 lights has been among the local seasonal highlights for 50 years. But many who knock at Emmanuel Schaeffer’s door at 449 Benson Street are unaware that he cleans and re-dyes each bulb by hand. “I’ve been told I’m the…

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  • City Asked to Provide Increment

    City Asked to Provide Increment

    A $1,000 increment for all non-uniformed employes over a three-year period is part of a package proposal to be presented to Mayor Alfred R. Pierce Monday.

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  • Mayor to Study Pay Hikes

    Mayor to Study Pay Hikes

    Mayor Alfred R. Pierce indicated today he would take no action on a request for $600,000 in salary increases from non-uniformed city employes until he receives and studies budget figures.

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  • 9 Added to Police, Fire Units

    9 Added to Police, Fire Units

    Six policemen and three firemen were added to the city forces yesterday in appointments made by Keith Kauffman, director of public safety.

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  • Ryan Honored at Special Fete

    More than a score sportsmen from the Camden area attended a surprise 75th birthday party to Tom Ryan, retired sports editor of the Courier-Post, in Kenney’s Camden last night.

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  • Link Schools to Fire Board

    Link Schools to Fire Board

    If firemen get to a school fire even one minute sooner, it could mean the difference between life and death.

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  • 9 Camden Police Earn Promotions

    9 Camden Police Earn Promotions

    Lt. Howard Clayton, 55, 30 year veteran on Camden’s police was named acting captain of the service division yesterday, while five city patrolmen were sworn in.

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  • Crippled Children’s Party Tomorrow

    Crippled Children’s Party Tomorrow

    Erial Fire Company will pick up the children for a ride to the Nike Missile Base in Erial, then onto Clementon Lake Park. Following dinner in the Chick Barn at Silver Lake Inn, the youngsters will return to the Elks’ Home.

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  • Police Seek Aid in Murder Probe

    Police Seek Aid in Murder Probe

    Camden police will stop buses passing Market st. Monday as part of a murder probe of Martin Baskow, a tavern owner.

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  • Eleven Recruits Join Fire Dept.

    Eleven Recruits Join Fire Dept.

    Eleven men today were sworn in as members of Camden’s Fire Department. But despite the additions, the city’s force still remains at six men less than full strength, Fire Chief Edward Michalek Sr. noted. New firemen from Camden are John J, Nicholson, 22; Howard P. Murphy, 23; Joseph A, Broccoli, 28; Michael J. Deets, 21;…

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  • 18 Qualify As Camden Firemen

    18 Qualify As Camden Firemen

    TRENTON – The Civil Service division announced yesterday that 14 Camden residents have passed examinations for employment in the city fire department.

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  • Camden Trust Profits Increased in 1st Half

    Camden Trust Co. increased first half net earnings to $1,878,000, or $1.92 a share, from $1,536,000, or $1.57, in the same six mouths of 1968, the bank reported last week.

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  • The Miracle of Easter

    The Miracle of Easter

    Manpower of two Engine Companies get big line into service and give fire “a dash” from the street before attempting interior attack at Fourth Alarm, North 6th & Penn Streets, March 30, 1970.

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  • Camden Bank, Business Bldg. Targets of Two Firebombings

    Camden Bank, Business Bldg. Targets of Two Firebombings

    There was a loud bang from the back room of the Third National Bank of New Jersey, Camden at 7:34 am. today, just after Miss Sara Matthews, head bookkeeper, had left and shut the door.

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  • False Alarms Cut, 8 Suspects Seized

    False Alarms Cut, 8 Suspects Seized

    In an effort to reduce false alarms in Camden, the city fire and police departments are embarked on a program which resulted in the arrest of eight juveniles since July 1.

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  • Who Killed Margaret Day?

    Who Killed Margaret Day?

    On May 3, 1974, a tragic incident unfolded in Camden, New Jersey, when 19-year-old Rutgers University student Margaret Day was murdered by an unknown assailant

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  • Fireman Dies After City Blaze

    Fireman Dies After City Blaze

    A Camden fireman collapsed and died of an apparent heart attack early today after returning from the scene of a two-alarm fire that severely damaged a city warehouse.

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  • The Grim Shadow of Death Stalks Fireman’s Family

    The Grim Shadow of Death Stalks Fireman’s Family

    It was not until a bitterly cold night in January 1964, a night where the temperature dropped to 1 degree above 0, that the Iannelli family began to think that fate had singled them out.

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  • The Supposed Murder at Sea

    The Supposed Murder at Sea

    The motive for the murder is supposed to have been robbery, as the captain had collected $400 at Savanna.

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  • Source of Fire Obscure

    Source of Fire Obscure

    The intense heat of a fire that killed four children here yesterday caused so much damage to their Erie Street row home that authorities are having trouble determining the cause of the blaze.

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  • 4 Children killed, 2 other persons injured in Camden fire

    4 Children killed, 2 other persons injured in Camden fire

    Four children were killed and two persons were injured early yesterday when a fire swept through a brick rowhouse in a low-income neighborhood here just north of the Banjamin Franklin Bridge.

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  • Pair attacked by burglar with sword

    Pair attacked by burglar with sword

    Police said Angelo Levecchia. 72, of 11 Carriage Lane, and his wife, Antoinette, no age available, were asleep when a man wielding a 30- to 36-inch sword awakened them at about 445 am

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  • Police, Community Get Acquainted

    Police, Community Get Acquainted

    Newly appointed police Chief Bob Pugh took guests through the brick building at Federal Street and Haddon Avenue.

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  • Evesham teen indicted in samurai-style attack

    Evesham teen indicted in samurai-style attack

    MOUNT HOLLY — A 15-year-old Evesham youth yesterday was indicted by a Burlington County grand Jury in connection with the Nov. 9 samurai-style sword attack on two elderly neighbors.

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  • Car Theft: City Force Gaining Ground on Crime

    Statistics compiled by police in Camden city show nearly 300 stolen cars had been coming into the city each month late last year and early this year. They were being taken from the many shopping centers, apartment complexes and parking lots throughout the county.

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  • Police News of New Jersey – June/July 1985

    Police News of New Jersey – June/July 1985

    CAMDEN- During the year 1984, the City of Camden was plagued with an increasing number of auto thefts.

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  • Arson Arrested Sought in Motel Fire

    CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) – A guest who escaped a fire that injured 16 people at a motel and go-go lounge complex has been charged with setting the blaze that forced other patrons to jump from windows and roofs to escape, officials said.

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  • Motel, Go-Go Lounge Fire Injures 16 in New Jersey

    CAMDEN, N.J. (AP)- Sixteen people were injured Friday when fire swept through a motel and go-go lounge, forcing visitors to jump from windows, officials said. Arson investigators were searching for the cause of the fire at the two-story Oasis Motel and its five-story Harem Lounge.

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  • Motel, Go-Go Lounge Fire Injures 16 in New Jersey

    CAMDEN, N.J. (AP)- A suspicious fire swept through a motel and go-go lounge early Friday, forcing visitors to jump from windows and injuring 16 people, and a motel guest was arrested and charged with arson, officials said.

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  • Man Flees State Facility in Winslow

    Man Flees State Facility in Winslow

    A Pennsauken man, charged last year with having set a Camden motel fire that killed one person and injured 16 others, escaped yesterday from Ancora State Hospital in Winslow Township, according to Camden County police.

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  • City Honors Firefighters Retiring after 38 Years

    City Honors Firefighters Retiring after 38 Years

    The city council honored six of its oldest firefighters yesterday, three days before they were set to retire. Each has worked 38 years for the fire department.

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  • Man, Youth Charged in Hydrant Incident

    Man, Youth Charged in Hydrant Incident

    Camden Courier-Post – October 5, 1989 CAMDEN – A 25-year-old Mount Ephraim man and a Somerdale juvenile were arrested by Camden police yesterday and charged with illegally diverting water from a fire hydrant into a truck used for commercial steam cleaning. The adult was identified as Dwayne Herbert, of the 900 block of West Bell…

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  • Angelo A. Levecchia, 79; boxer fought as ‘Joey Allen’

    Angelo A. Levecchia, 79; boxer fought as ‘Joey Allen’

    EVESHAM — Services will be held Friday for Angelo A. Levecchia, a featherweight and light- weight boxer who fought as “Joey Allen.”

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  • Two City Employees Help Catch Robbery Suspect

    Two City Employees Help Catch Robbery Suspect

    Two city employees helped police catch a robbery suspect Tuesday after a restaurant holdup that was witnessed by two state Superior Court judges.

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  • Thompson endorsed by firefighters

    Thompson endorsed by firefighters

    CAMDEN – A fraternal organization of city firefighters has endorsed Mayor Aaron Thompson’s bid for re-election.

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  • In Camden, A Neighborhood Bar with The Works

    In Camden, A Neighborhood Bar with The Works

    Her sister-in-law, Elsie Lucas, 40, of Medford, chimed in with a story about how, when she was visiting Italy a few years ago, an American woman spotted her.

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  • Kathryn H. Trado, Singer in Vaudeville

    Kathryn H. Trado, Singer in Vaudeville

    Mrs. Trado used the stage name "Kay Hamilton" as a singer who won her fame in vaudeville, touring from Boston to Chicago.

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  • Residents Letter from Milton Milan

    Residents Letter from Milton Milan

    September, 1998 OFFICE OF THE MAYOR, CITY OF CAMDEN MILTON MILAN CITY HALL, FOURTH FLOOR CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY 08101-5120 609 757-7200 FAX 609 963-1841 Dear Fellow Residents: I take this opportunity to write to you and share my excitement about the progress that the City of Camden has seen over the past year. Increasing the…

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  • Gertrude M. Torgun

    On March 11, 1999, Gertrude M. (nee Gallagher) of Gloucester City, NJ. Age 74 yrs. Beloved wife of George Torgun. Loving mother of Richard and George Torgun, Gertrude Cassel and Glenn Torgun. Dear sister of Christopher and John Gallagher and Dorothy Jacob. Also survived by 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral services are private and…

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  • Hurley’s Store Brought Luxury to Camden

    Hurley’s Store Brought Luxury to Camden

    Camden Courier-Post – April 6, 1999 By Harold T. Nedd The retail stores that gave Broadway in downtown Camden City its luster five decades ago can be found in the pages of the biography of Chuck Doyle’s grandfather. The book on the life of retail magnate William Leonard Hurley depicts a bustling shopping strip near…

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  • Camden files for bankruptcy

    Camden files for bankruptcy

    Saying the city would run out of money in two weeks, Camden officials filed for bankruptcy protection Monday in a showdown with the state over financial aid. Gov. Christie Whitman called the action “reckless.”

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  • Top Cop

    Robert E. Allenbach ’95, Camden’s chief of police, is laying down the law in one of the country’s most crime-ridden cities. Since Allenbach took command in 1998, Camden’s homicide rate has dropped from a high of 64 in one year to seven for the first six months of this year. In addition, the average police…

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  • Binding Their Ties to a Now-defunct Company

    Binding Their Ties to a Now-defunct Company

    It was Christmas Eve 1976, and it was a sad day for Ralph Cirillo and his 124 colleagues at the Haddon Bindery, as the employees had just received layoff notices.

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  • 3 Kings bring glee to children

    3 Kings bring glee to children

    The Three Kings Day celebration at the McGuire Gardens public housing complex in East Camden was put on by the Asociacion De Puertorriquenos En Marcha, a Hispanic social services agency in Camden. The group purchased toys and candy for 300 to 350 children, said John Fuentes, the group’s executive director. More than 80 youngsters had…

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  • Two Men Killed, Woman Wounded in Camden

    Two Men Killed, Woman Wounded in Camden

    Someone fatally shot two men and critically wounded a woman, then set a fire before fleeing from a home in the Cramer Hill section Monday morning, authorities said.

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  • Camden Man Charged With Pair of Murders

    Camden Man Charged With Pair of Murders

    A 40-year-old city man surrendered to police and was charged Tuesday in an East Camden shooting that left two men dead and a woman critically injured.

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  • Bruce Weiner – Obituary

    Bruce Weiner – Obituary

    Camden Courier-Post – August 5, 2003 WEINER, BRUCE August 4, 2003, husband of Donna (nee Solovay) of Cherry Hill, father of Jodi Graham of SC and Steven Weiner, son of Rose and the late Bernard Weiner, brother of the late Steven Weiner, grandfather of Lindsey Ilexis. Relatives and friends are invited to Services Wednesday 2:30…

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  • Milan to Appear Over Firing Lawsuit

    CAMDEN – Jailed ex-Mayor Milton Milan is scheduled to answer accusations in U.S. District Court today that he wrongfully fired an assistant business administrator who spoke out against his policies.

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  • Clarence Adkins Obituary

    Clarence Adkins Obituary

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  • City Plans to Restore Carnegie Library

    The Carnegie Library, a long-vacant landmark so neglected that trees are growing inside it, could be restored as part of the city’s turnaround effort. The city is preparing to spend $250,000 to stabilize the century-old building at Broadway and Line Street, said Arijit De, executive director of the Camden Redevelopment Agency. Improvements would include a…

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  • Repairman Found Time For a Second Career

    Repairman Found Time For a Second Career

    If you are looking up at the skyline of the city, it’s hard to miss one of the four clocks that grace the top of City Hall. They’re a good indicator for 1-676 commuters as to whether they’ll be on time.

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  • Donkey’s Place is a Stubborn Survivor, and so is its Cheesesteak

    Donkey’s Place is a Stubborn Survivor, and so is its Cheesesteak

    Philadelphia Inquirer – July 11, 2004 By Rick Nichols, Inquirer Columnist It is a bit of Camden in amber now, Donkey’s Place is, or maybe a shrine – the dingy bar hung with photos of the founder, his dukes perpetually up; the grill steaming with steaks and onions; the back room still swathed in the…

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  • Taking the Battle to the Enemy

    As lightening flashes intermittently in an otherwise clear sky, a group of more than 200 Marines begins to gear up on a dusty plain outside the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Officers bark orders, directing grunts into their vehicles. Tank drivers climb into turrets and crank up heavy-metal tunes. Infantrymen who moments earlier had been asking…

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  • Marine from Gloucester City Killed in Iraq

    Marine from Gloucester City Killed in Iraq

    GLOUCESTER CITY, N.J. (AP) _ A Marine corporal who volunteered to go to Iraq after two combat tours in Afghanistan was killed Monday in fighting in Ramadi, family members said Tuesday.

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  • Gloucester City Man Killed in Iraq

    Gloucester City resident Marc T. Ryan went back for his third and last Iraq tour and was scheduled to return home in March. He never made it.

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  • Camden landmark does one thing – and does it right

    Camden landmark does one thing – and does it right

    Donkey’s Place, a bar and cheesesteak landmark on Haddon Avenue, is alive and well after 61 years of operation by the Lucas family.

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  • Alfano Remembered as an Outstanding Coach

    Anthony Alfano, a legendary boys’ basketball coach who taught at Camden High School from 1942 to 1976, died Thursday.

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  • Alfred R. Pierce, Obituary

    Alfred R. Pierce, Obituary

    Former Mayor of the City of Camden from 1959 through 1969, died on September 14, 2005 at the Masonic Home of New Jersey in Burlington.

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  • Wilson Adams Obituary

    Camden Courier-Post – October 26, 2005 Age 69, of Camden. Died Friday, October 21, 2005, in Cooper Medical Center, Camden. Born in Camden, NJ, he has been a life long area resident. He was the son of the late Everett and Emma Carter Adams. He was the husband of Elizabeth E. Brown Adams of Camden.

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  • George Torgun Obituary

    George Torgun Obituary

    Beloved husband of the late Gertrude Mary (nee Kane). Brother of the late Nicholas. Loving father of Richard ( Darlene ) Gloucester City, Gertrude ( Walter ) Cassel, Pennsauken, NJ, Glenn of Las Vegas, NV. and the late George Nicholas. Loving father-in-law of Gerry Torgun of Gloucester City. Proud grandfather of Dawn, Scott, Nicole, George,…

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  • Fundraiser Set for Slain Clerk’s Family

    Fundraiser Set for Slain Clerk’s Family

    Pena-Duran approached the teen from behind and tried to wrestle the gun away. The woman ran out of the store to safety.

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  • Obituary for Edward F. Murtaugh

    Camden Courier-Post – November 26, 2006 MURTAUGH, EDWARD F. age 59, died suddenly on November 22, 2006. Born in Camden, NJ on January 27, 1947, Ed was a resident of Westmont, NJ where he lived with his wife Colleen, and his stepson Thomas, for the past eight years. Beloved son of the late John J.…

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  • ELDRED, EDWARD W., III

    Of Sicklerville, NJ on November 28, 2006. Aged 63 years.

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  • Salem County resident dies when car overturns

    Salem County resident dies when car overturns

    A 61-year-old Salem County man died after the Jaguar he was driving ran off the road and overturned on Interstate 295 Wednesday morning.

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  • Robert V. Aceto Obituary

    On May 2, 2007 of Pilesgrove. Age 61. Beloved husband of AnnaMarie (nee Scerrato) Aceto. Devoted father of Gina Marie Skourtis (Ralph), Lisa Marie Lee (William) and Robert V. Aceto, III. Loving grandfather of Ashley, Briana, Giana, Nicholas, Ryan and Rachel. Dear brother of Anthony Aceto and Natalie Lowe.

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  • Fugitive Gets 20 Years for 1997 Slaying

    Fugitive Gets 20 Years for 1997 Slaying

    A Vietnamese immigrant who was a fugitive for nine years was sentenced Friday to 20 years in state prison for killing another Vietnamese man who had attempted to act as a peacemaker.

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  • Camden Boxer Turns to High-tech Training

    Camden Boxer Turns to High-tech Training

    The first thing a boxer has to learn to do well is box.

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  • Alexander Finds Positives After Loss

    Alexander Finds Positives After Loss

    Max Alexander admits he made an earlier than expected departure from the ESPN show “The Contender.”

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  • In a Faded City, Plans to Build a Hotel Build Hope

    In a Faded City, Plans to Build a Hotel Build Hope

    The old Plaza Hotel downtown is a tomb, sealed shut for more than 20 years now, it’s windows shattered and its green marquee worn and stripped of letters.

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  • Site Honors Camco War Dead

    Site Honors Camco War Dead

    Second Lieutenant Warren Stafford Jr., of Haddon Heights, was in the Army Air Force when his crew of 10 men was reported missing.

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