Tag: Wayland P. Cramer

  • Arthur L. Stone

    Arthur L. Stone

    Dr. Arthur L. Stone held the position of City Health Director in Camden from 1923 until his passing in 1945. During his tenure, he served under various mayors, including Victor King, Winfield Scott Price, Roy R. Stewart, Frederick von Nieda, and George Brunner. Dr. Stone was a strong advocate for an immunization program that played…

  • Cramer Denies County Relief Bureau Allied With Sweatshops

    Cramer Denies County Relief Bureau Allied With Sweatshops

    Camden Courier-Post – June 16, 1933 Charges Agitators Seek to Destroy Faith in Future Dr. Stone Invites Jobless Union Officials to Conference and Inspection Promises Baker Inquiry Wayland P. Cramer, director of the Camden County Emergency Relief Administration, yesterday ridiculed charges his bureau is allied with sweatshops, as publicly issued by the New Jersey Unemployed…

  • Vocational School to Remain Open

    Camden Courier-Post – June 15, 1933 Freeholders Also Rescue Farm Aid Bureau and Home Extension Service By approving issuance of a $20,000 emergency note, the Camden County Board of Freeholders yesterday afternoon assured continuance of the Camden County Vocational Training School and maintenance of the Agricultural Demonstration Bureau and Home Economic Extension Service until December…

  • Cramer Upheld in Keeping From Public Relief Payroll and Job Holders

    Cramer Upheld in Keeping From Public Relief Payroll and Job Holders

    Camden Courier-Post – June 14, 1933 STATE DIRECTOR SAYS SECRECY AIDS ‘LITTLE FELLOWS’ Denial Made That Politics Has Part in Naming of Emergency List REMOVALS DEMANDED Wayland P. Cramer, Camden county relief director yesterday was victorious in his policy of secrecy in affairs of his relief administration when he won authority from John Colt, state…

  • Borden Honored at Dinner On Election as President Of Real Estate Commission

    Borden Honored at Dinner On Election as President Of Real Estate Commission

    Leading real estate brokers and notables in other callings paid high tribute last night to Edward J. Borden in honor of his election as president of the New Jersey Real Estate Commission.

  • Borden to be Guest of Realty Board

    Camden Courier Post – June 8, 1933 Newly Elected President of Commission Will Be Honored at Dinner Edward J. Borden will be guest of honor tonight of the Camden County Real Estate Board at a banquet in honor of his election as president of the New Jersey Real Estate Commission. The banquet, to be held…

  • Dr Stone Keeps Job as City Relief Chief

    Dr Stone Keeps Job as City Relief Chief

    Camden Courier-Post – June 6, 1933 Cramer Takes Back Request For Resignation After Parley Surprise Action Revealed by State Director Following Conference Colt Hits News Ban; Says Public Must Know County Office Issues Prepared Statement on ‘Campfire’ Case Dr. Arthur L. Stone, who “let his heart rule his head,” will remain director of the Emergency…

  • Where Is the ‘Charity’ In Relief Methods

    Where Is the ‘Charity’ In Relief Methods

    Camden Courier-Post – June 6, 1933 THE MAIL BAG Who Founded Church of England – Reforestation and Economic Recovery But the Greatest of These is Charity To the Editor: Sir-Beautiful words, well spoken. Especially when Charity means, in a general sense, love, benevolence, goodwill, that disposition of heart which inclines men to think favorably of…

  • Suit to End Relief Secrecy Planned by Civic Congress

    Suit to End Relief Secrecy Planned by Civic Congress

    Camden Courier-Post – June 6, 1933 Irregularities Are Charged North Camden Association Told Affidavits Are Being Taken; Cramer and Howard Accused Of Evasion; Protest Rally Called Court action to force the Camden County Emergency Relief Administration to reveal its books for public inspection is planned by the Congress of Civic Associations of South Jersey. This…

  • 11 Families Cook in Yards; 36 Children Suffer Until Paper Guarantees Gas Bill

    11 Families Cook in Yards; 36 Children Suffer Until Paper Guarantees Gas Bill

    Camden Courier-Post – June 5, 1933 Mothers Forced to Use Make-Shift Means When Public Service Cuts Fuel Supply Pending Assurance of Payment by Emergency Relief Officials Uncivilized hardship forced on eleven poor North Camden families has been alleviated. From early Friday morning until 3.20 p. m. Saturday these families, supposedly under the protecting care of…

  • Head of Pyne Poynt Garden Group Says Relief Job Needs “More Heart”

    Head of Pyne Poynt Garden Group Says Relief Job Needs “More Heart”

    Demand that Dr. Arthur L. Stone be retained as Camden city director of emergency relief was made by Walter S. Agin, president of the Pyne Poynt Garden Club, at a meeting of the Cox Garden Club at Twenty-first Street and Harrison Avenue. “The city gardeners ask John Colt, state director of relief, to refuse to…

  • Stone Ousted for Humanness

    Stone Ousted for Humanness

    Camden Courier-Post – June 3, 1933 ‘Gave Too Much Milk to Poor Children’ Jobless Union Hears Cramer Refuses Detailed Statement, but Intimate Ex-Director of Relief ‘Let His Heart Run Away With His Head’ Editorial: ‘-But the Greatest of These is Charity‘ appears on Page 10 Dr. Arthur L. Stone resigned as director of emergency relief…

  • -But the Greatest of These is Charity!

    -But the Greatest of These is Charity!

    Camden Courier-Post – June 3, 1933 Editorial “He let his heart rule his head!” That is the astonishing reason given by County Relief Director Wayland Cramer for demanding the resignation of Dr. Arthur L. Stone as city relief director. If this is the only reason Cramer has to offer- THEN DOCTOR STONE SHOULD BE REINSTATED…

  • Stone Quits Relief Job in Mystery Clash

    Stone Quits Relief Job in Mystery Clash

    Camden Courier-Post – June 2, 1933 Jobless Union Demands All Facts Public City Director Refuses to Discuss Battle with Cramer Reporters Forbidden to Attend Meetings County Chief Continues Secrecy, Refers Queries to State Head Dr. Arthur L. Stone last night resigned as Camden city director of the Emergency Relief Administration. His decision to quit came…

  • Cramer Asks Stone to Quit Relief Job; Dodges Questioning

    Cramer Asks Stone to Quit Relief Job; Dodges Questioning

    Camden Courier-Post – June 1, 1933 Slams Door on Reporter; City Director Sees State Chief After Request to Resign Post He ‘Never Formally Accepted’ Wayland P. Cramer, director of the Camden County Emergency Relief Administration, last night continued to be secretive regarding his request for the resignation of Dr. Arthur L. Stone, director of relief…