Tag: Frank T Lloyd

  • City Farm Gardens

    This post is an excerpt from the Book History of Camden County in the Great War, published in 1917-1918 Another weapon to defeat the enemy was the establishment of City Farm Gardens in the country. They were urged by the Government and not only provided food for city residents, but abolished unsightly vacant lots. Mayor…

  • Charles S. Boyer

    Charles S. Boyer

    Charles Shimer Boyer, born in Pennsylvania in 1869 to Benjamin Franklin Boyer and Alabama Shimer Boyer, is most notably recognized as the inaugural President of the Camden County Historical Society. Renowned for his contributions to the region’s historical narrative, he authored or co-authored numerous books and articles. His family relocated to Camden when he was…

  • Stockton Annexed Against Protest of Democrats

    Camden Courier-Post – March 24, 1949 Fifty years ago, the old town of Stockton was annexed to the City of Camden over the protests of Democratic members of the town council. But a Republican Legislature approved a bill introduced by former Justice Frank T. Lloyd on March 24, 1899. He was a member of the…

  • Donges Assigned to Head Court Here

    Donges Assigned to Head Court Here

    Camden Courier-Post – February 5, 1938 Legal Profession Pleased at Designation to Preside Over Lloyd’s District Supreme Court Justice Ralph W. E. Donges yesterday was assigned to preside over the Camden-Gloucester county Second judicial district of the Supreme Court. A copy of the order of assignment was received by County Clerk Leslie H. Ewing. Justice…

  • Wirtz Ordered to Face Inquiry By Mrs. Kobus

    Wirtz Ordered to Face Inquiry By Mrs. Kobus

    Camden Courier-Post – March 18, 1936 Carr and Koerner Will Be Questioned in Holdup Case Caution is urged by Justice Lloyd Detective Stanley Wirtz, suspended by Police Chief Arthur Colsey yesterday pending investigation into charges that he supplied the guns and an automobile for a holdup, has been ordered to appear today before Commissioner Mary…

  • Grand Jury Clears Number Suspects

    Grand Jury Clears Number Suspects

    Camden Courier-Post – August 5, 1935 Pair Suspected by Police as Having Succeeded Klosterman Brothers Two men alleged by city and county authorities to have succeeded the Klosterman brothers in controlling the Camden numbers racket last Spring, were exonerated by the Camden county grand jury. Those whose cases were “no billed” are Chester “Gassy” Szalinski,…

  • 6 To Make Pleas Next Monday to Murder Charges

    6 To Make Pleas Next Monday to Murder Charges

    Camden Courier-Post – September 30, 1933 Baldwin Will Move for Speedy Trials Before Judge Shay Number Largest in Last 20 Years Several Reported Ready to Throw Themselves on Mercy of Court Six alleged slayers will appear in Camden Criminal Court Monday to enter pleas to indictments. That is the largest number of persons charged with…

  • 4 Judges Guests On Lawyers Cruise

    4 Judges Guests On Lawyers Cruise

    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;…

  • Moore In Camden Speech Demands Fairness at Polls

    Moore In Camden Speech Demands Fairness at Polls

    Camden Courier-Post – October 29, 1931 Towers Theatre Packed at Climax of All-Day Invasion Here TOURS SMALLER TOWNS By RANSLOE BOONE Demanding a fair election and protection to Democratic voters, A. Harry Moore was greeted here last night by the largest crowd to gather at a Democratic meeting in Camden’s recent history. The Democratic candidate…

  • Lloyd Against Use of Trooper Here to Protect Polls

    Lloyd Against Use of Trooper Here to Protect Polls

    Camden Courier-Post – October 26, 1931 Defers Democratic Request; Sure Election Here Is Clean and Honest 40 Allege Vote Frauds Supreme Court Justice Frank T. Lloyd has deferred action on a Democratic application for additional police protection in Camden to assure a "fair and honest election" November 3. He declared he did not like "the…

  • Gangster Shot As Racketeers Open War Here

    Gangster Shot As Racketeers Open War Here

    Camden Courier-Post – April 29, 1929 Gloucester Man Near Death After Attack at Broadway and Kaighn Avenue Felled Near Quarters of Camden Gamblers Brother of Frank Doris Accused After Police Round up 10 Men Shooting of an alleged racketeer at Broadway and Kaighn avenue, near the threshold of one of South Jersey’s notorious reputed gambling…

  • Patrons, Patronesses Announced Today for First Military Ball

    Patrons, Patronesses Announced Today for First Military Ball

    Camden Courier-Post – January 28, 1928 Patrons and patronesses for the first military ball of the Camden Post No. 960, Veterans of Foreign Wars, to be held on Friday evening February 3 in the Elks auditorium, Seventh and Cooper Streets, are announced today. The following prominent men and women are listed: Mrs. J.W. Connor, Miss…

  • New Chairmanship of the Camden Chamber of Commerce Committee

    New Chairmanship of the Camden Chamber of Commerce Committee

    Philadelphia Inquirer – October 7, 1921 Circuit Court Judge Frank T. Lloyd yesterday accepted chairmanship of the Camden Chamber of Commerce Committee which is to study the unemployment question and make suggestions for remedial measures. With Judge Lloyd on the committee are: The committee was named by William E. Bennett, president of the Chamber of…