Tag: Charles A. Aceto

Charles Aceto's Drive It Yourself Truck Rental
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325 Arch Street

325 Arch Street, Camden, NJ. Photos and Residents

Charles and Alma Aceto
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Charles Angelo Aceto

CHARLES ANGELO ACETO – Enterprise, industry, originality, and determination that overcomes all obstacles to success are characteristic of many young men from European countries who have sought this country for opportunity, and Charles Angelo Aceto affords a conspicuous example of one of these young men, who, in spite of handicaps, has entered into prosperity solely through his own efforts.

Charles A. Aceto
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Charles A. Aceto

CHARLES ANGELO ACETO was born in Italy on April 16, 1891 and came to America with his father in 1900. He threw himself into his education and into becoming proficient in the English language. He went into the bus and taxi business for himself with one station wagon, and by 1924 was operating a fleet of eight buses, providing regular service between the Market Street ferry and Parkside.

Taxi Stock Photo
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P.S. Taxi Transfer Ruled Fraudulent

Camden Courier-Post – June 28, 1933
Agreeing with the contention that transfer of the Public Service Cab Company to Public Service Coordinated Transport was fraudulent, Vice Chancellor Francis B. Davis late yesterday ordered the latter to pay $10,000 in damages to Ralph M. Chorpenning for injuries suffered by his daughter, Ida M., when she was struck by a taxicab.

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Popularity Race Puts on Speed, Leader Passes 100,000 Mark

Camden Courier-Post – June 6, 1932
Readers of the Courier-Post newspapers who have asked themselves these questions may see the contestants in person tonight. They will be introduced from the stage of the Stanley Theatre at the beginning of the second show.