Tag: Frank M. Lario

  • Frank M. Lario, Sr.

    Frank M. Lario, Sr.

    FRANK M. LARIO SR. was born on February 22, 1907 in Pennsylvania to Rocco and Mary Lario. His parents had been born in Italy. Rocco Lario had come to America in 1898, Mary Lario coming in 1906. The Lario’s lived in Pennsylvania, where children Frank and Mary were born. The family came to Camden around…

  • Samuel P. Orlando

    Samuel P. Orlando

    Samuel P. Orlando, born on April 26, 1900, in Italy, was the son of Tony and Fortune Orlando. He immigrated to the United States in 1909, along with his family. In the 1910 Census, the Orlando family was residing in Bridgeton, New Jersey. Samuel’s father, Tony, and his older brother, Mike, were employed as laborers…

  • Dzick Appointed Judge of Camden Municipal Court

    Dzick Appointed Judge of Camden Municipal Court

    Camden Courier-Post – May 16, 1950 Prosecutor Replaces DiMona; Anthony Lario Is Chosen Benjamin J. Dzick, city prosecutor since 1942, today was named municipal judge of Camdent [sic] by Director of Public Safety George Aaron, replacing Police Court Judge John R. DiMona. At the same time Aaron appointed Anthony M. Lario to the post of…

  • Pancoast Refuses to Let Cops Bare Holdup Evidence

    Pancoast Refuses to Let Cops Bare Holdup Evidence

    Camden Courier-Post – June 7, 1933 Police Judge Then Holds Two Camden Suspects Without Bail Cash Not Recovered After refusing defense counsel’s request that the city police bare their evidence, Police Judge Pancoast yesterday held two suspects without bail in the recent $11,790 Radio Condenser Company holdup and two other youths as material witnesses. Frank…

  • ‘Gibbons’ Free After 46 Days ‘Extra Time’

    ‘Gibbons’ Free After 46 Days ‘Extra Time’

    Camden Courier-Post – October 21, 1931 Judge Shay Calls Holding of Impersonator An Outrage Declared to have been illegally detained in Camden County jail, Henry Luellowitz, 28, of Los Angeles, who posed as Floyd Gibbons, was ordered released yesterday by Judge Samuel M. Shay. A writ of habeas corpus, served at the office of Sheriff…

  • Fake ‘Floyd Gibbons’ Seeks Freedom Here

    Fake ‘Floyd Gibbons’ Seeks Freedom Here

    Camden Courier-Post – October 13, 1931 Counsel for Henry Luellowitz, 28, of Los Angeles, who was arrested here last June after posing as Floyd Gibbons, will seek his freedom from the county jail today in application for a writ of habeas corpus before Judge Samuel M. Shay. Frank Lario, attorney representing Luellowitz, said yesterday he…