Tag: Raymond G Price

  • Walsh Blocks Coup By Baird In Freeholders

    Walsh Blocks Coup By Baird In Freeholders

    Camden Courier-Post January 2, 1940 PROCEEDINGS OFF TILL NEXT MONDAY By A. Charles Corotis An attempted coup by David Baird in his drive to rebuild his fallen fences for the primary election next May was frustrated yesterday by one lone freeholder, and the baby member of the board, at that. Edmund A. Walsh elected from…

  • Turnbull Out of P.U.C. Post

    Turnbull Out of P.U.C. Post

    Camden Courier-Post – February 2, 1938 Second Time in Year’s Service Coalition Freeholder Told Inspector Job Will End on February 15 REFUSES TO PUT BLAME FOR OUSTER ON BAIRD By DAN McCONNELL Freeholder James L. Turnbull, Republican member of the coalition group in the Camden County Board of Freeholders, for the second time in a…

  • VFW Post Auxiliary Stages Party for 16th Anniversary

    Camden Courier-Post – February 2, 1938 Parents of Three World War Heroes Honored by Women of Mathews-Purnell Unit Mrs. Kobus Lauds Civic Work of Organization Sixteen years ago the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mathews-Purnell Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, was instituted. Last night the "coming out party," as the occasion was described by Mrs. Mary…

  • Auxiliary of V.F.W. Schedules Banquet

    Auxiliary of V.F.W. Schedules Banquet

    Camden Courier-Post – February 1, 1938 Matthews-Purnell Post Group to Observe 16th Anniversary Tonight The Ladies Auxiliary of the Corporal Mathews-Purnell Post No. 518, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will observe its sixteenth anniversary tonight at 8.30 o’clock with a banquet in O’Donnell’s Restaurant and Cafe, Thirty-ninth and Federal Streets. More than 100 persons will attend.…

  • BOARD OF EDUCATION SHIFTS 14 TEACHERS

    BOARD OF EDUCATION SHIFTS 14 TEACHERS

    Camden Courier-Post – February 1, 1938 The Camden Board of Education last night approved transfers of 14 teachers, the appointment of two new instructors and the retirement on pension of two others.