Tag: Frank F Neutze

  • Frank Neutze – South Jersey: A History

    Frank Neutze – South Jersey: A History

    This is an excerpt from South Jersey: A History 1624-1924 FRANK F. NEUTZE was born in Camden on December 22, 1894, the son of John Henry and Mary Steinbach Neutze. His father was at one time captain of the Camden Police, and later Fish and Game Warden of Camden County. He attended the public and…

  • Fred Klosterman

    Fred Klosterman

    Fred Klosterman, also known as Frederick Klostermann Jr., was born on September 13, 1900, to Frederick and Catherine Klostermann. His father worked as a cigar maker, and the family lived at 1148 Kaighn Avenue until 1929. Fred Klosterman worked as a plumber as early as 1923 and married Victoria by 1929. They moved to 1255…

  • Joseph Klosterman

    Joseph Klosterman

    Joseph Peter Klosterman was born on November 8, 1898, in New Jersey, to Frederick and Catherine Klostermann. His father was a cigar maker. By the time of the 1910 census, and through at least 1929, the family lived at 1148 Kaighn Avenue. At some point prior to 1917, Joseph stopped using the second “n” in…

  • Frank F. Neutze

    Frank F. Neutze

    Frank F. Neutze Sr., born on December 22, 1894, in Camden, New Jersey, to Harry and Mary Neutze, was part of the Ferdinand Neutze family, known for their diverse professional involvements in Camden during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Ferdinand Neutze, a retailer of shoes, set a precedent for entrepreneurship and professional engagement…

  • Gunmen In Philadelphia Murder Colozzi in Numbers War

    Gunmen In Philadelphia Murder Colozzi in Numbers War

    Camden Courier-Post – January 10, 1940 Westmont Victim Reported to Have Been Aide of Klosterman Scarduzio Death Tie-Up Also Seen A reputed employee of Fred Klosterman, Camden numbers baron, was shot and killed in Philadelphia last night in what police there believed was an inter-city fight for control of the numbers racket. The dead man…

  • NATHAN KATZ FINED, ESCAPES PRISON

    Camden Courier-Post – February 17, 1936 Judge Neutze Influenced by Restitution, Poor Health in Suspending, Sentence Nathan U. Katz, 44, former Kaighn Avenue real estate dealer, pleaded non vult yesterday before Judge Frank F. Neutze in Criminal Court to a charge of embezzling a total of $4586.27 from four building and loan associations he represented.…

  • Orlando Assumes Charge of Vice War

    Orlando Assumes Charge of Vice War

    Camden Evening Courier – September 17, 1934 Prosecutor Samuel P. Orlando today dropped all other duties and took personal charge of the drive to rid Camden city and county of vice. Orlando announced he would concentrate his activities in the drive against crime and the solution of the murder of Detective William T. Feitz Jr.,…

  • Democrats Arrange for ‘Maloney Day’

    Democrats Arrange for ‘Maloney Day’

    Camden Courier-Post – June 20, 1933 July 9 Set for Reception and Picnic to New Revenue Collector “Harry L. Maloney Day” will be celebrated by South Jersey Democrats, Sunday, July 9, when the newly-appointed collector of internal revenue will be guest of honor at a picnic at Silver Lake Park. State leaders of the party…

  • Brooklawn Owners Victims of Tricks Says Judge Neutze

    Camden Courier-Post – October 31, 1931 People Sold Out to Money Lenders by Politicians, He Tells Voters ASKS MOORE SUPPORT “The people of Brooklawn, faced with the loss of their homes, expected mercy and fair-dealing from the government but they have been sold out to processional money-lenders by a gang of local political tricksters, who…

  • MOORE RALLIES TONIGHT IN 3 WARDS, ASHLAND

    Camden Courier-Post – October 31, 1931 Rallies in the interest of A. Harry Moore, gubernatorial candidate, and local candidates on the Democratic ticket will be conducted tonight in Ashland and in three wards of the city. The meetings and speakers are as follows; Sixth Ward Democratic Club, Fourth and Walnut Streets; E. George Aaron, Samuel…

  • Democrats to Hold Meetings Tonight

    Camden Courier-Post – October 29, 1931 Candidacy of Moore to be Expounded at Meetings in City and Suburbs The campaign foe A. Harry Moore, gubernatorial candidate, and local Democratic candidates, will be carried into six wards of the city and in seven communities or the county tonight. All meetings and speakers are as follows: Second…

  • 7 Democrats Rallies in County Tonight

    7 Democrats Rallies in County Tonight

    Camden Courier-Post – October 23, 1931 Democratic speakers, urging suffrage in the interest of A. Harry Moore, gubernatorial candidate, and the local Democratic ticket, will invade seven political clubs in the city and county tonight. County meetings, all at 8 p. m. and speakers are as follows:

  • Judge Shay to Speak at Moore Meet Here

    Judge Shay to Speak at Moore Meet Here

    Camden Courier-Post – October 13, 1931 Judges Samuel M. Shay and Frank F. Neutze will be among the speakers at an A. Harry Moore rally to be held Friday night by Democratic clubs of the Eleventh Ward at Maennerchor Hall, Twenty-seventh Street below River avenue. Other speakers will include Samuel P. Orlando and the three…

  • Owner Sues to End Lease on Pekin Cafe

    Owner Sues to End Lease on Pekin Cafe

    Camden Courier Post, April 12, 1930 Suit to break the lease held on the Pekin Cafe, 818 Broadway by James Richardson, proprietor, has been filed by Mrs. Emma J. Lickfield, owner of the property. That action was revealed after Judge Avis in Federal court here ordered the cafe padlocked. Judge Avis granted Richardson three weeks…

  • Judge Shay to be Next Prosecutor

    Judge Shay to be Next Prosecutor

    Camden Courier-Post – January 31, 1928 Camden Trenton Bureau Trenton, Jan. 31 – The name of Judge Samuel M. Shay, of the Camden County Court of Common Pleas, has been handed to Governor Moore as the choice of the Camden Democratic organization for prosecutor, succeeding Ethan Wescott. The name was submitted to Governor Moore last…