Tag: West Jersey Hospital

  • Wife Slain by Jagged Glass, Husband Held

    Wife Slain by Jagged Glass, Husband Held

    Camden Courier-Post – June 26, 1933 Accident Hoax Broken by Cops after Grilling Family; Friend On Deathbed, She Orders 4 Children to Say She Fell on Stairs Command Arouses Concealed Detectives Woman Slashed by Broken Decanter; Man Faces Murder Charge Today A death-bed command of a South Camden mother to her four children to stick…

  • Stricken by Food in Camden Factory

    Stricken by Food in Camden Factory

    Camden Courier-Post – June 24, 1933 60 Overcome While At Work in RCA Victor; Probe Started New York Ship Employees Sent to Hospital From Ptomaine Workers of 4 Firms Listed Among Victims Sandwiches Served by Philadelphia Caterer Believed to Be Responsible Nearly 100 Camden factory and shipyard workers were poisoned yesterday after eating food contained…

  • Partial List of Poisoned

    Partial List of Poisoned

    Camden Courier-Post – June 24, 1933 A partial list of the nearly 100 persons poisoned by food at local factories yesterday follows: RCA VICTOR EMPLOYEES: Treated at Dispensary: Treated at Cooper Hospital: Admitted to hospital. NEW YORK SHIPYARD EMPLOYEES: Treated at West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital :

  • Hospital Auxiliary To Motor To Vincentown

    Camden Courier-Post – June 12, 1933 Camden Auxiliary to West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital will hold a covered dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. M. J. Gibbs, Vincentown, tomorrow. The trip will be made by motor caravan leaving the home of the president, Mrs. Harry Hackman, 1114 North Twenty-second street, at 9.30 o’clock in the…

  • Employee Charges E.C. Cades with Attempt to Kill

    Employee Charges E.C. Cades with Attempt to Kill

    Camden Courier-Post – June 2, 1933 Apartment House Owner Held Under $500 Bail on Man’s Complaint Accusation is Denied Edwin C. Cades, 26, one of the owners of the Cades apartment houses in North Camden, was held under $500 bail yesterday pending grand jury disposition of a charge that he assaulted an employee in an…

  • Salesman Dies in Collision of Auto and Bus

    Salesman Dies in Collision of Auto and Bus

    Camden Courier-Post – February 10, 1933 Victim Near Home When Accident Occurs; Driver Held John A. Ashton, 36, a salesman, of 316 Boyd Street, was injured fatally last night when his automobile and a Public Service bus collided 100 feet from his home. He died in West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital at 8:10 PM, an hour…

  • Youth Gets 5 Years for Iron Bar Attack on Ex-employer in Robbery Plot

    Youth Gets 5 Years for Iron Bar Attack on Ex-employer in Robbery Plot

    Camden Courier-Post – June 6, 1933 Shay Stunned on Brutality of First Offender Merchant Bludgeoned When He Went to Cellar to Repair Lights YOUNG ASSAILANT GRINS A Camden youth, who confessed brutally beating a former employer with an iron bar in a robbery attempt, yesterday was sentenced to serve five to six years in State’s…

  • ‘Buck’ Sage Held as ‘Hit-Runner’

    ‘Buck’ Sage Held as ‘Hit-Runner’

    Camden Courier-Post – June 11, 1932 Detainer Lodged Against Sportsman in Shooting of Waterhouse A detainer against Russell “Buck” Sage, held in Gloucester on a hit-run charge, was lodged last night by Camden police, who claim the South Camden sportsman “knows more than he has told” of the shooting of Harry “Gyp” Waterhouse. Sage was…

  • Tags to Be Sold in City, Suburbs to Aid Hospital

    Camden Courier-Post – June 10, 1932 Members of the Womans Board to the West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital have gathered their forces and are in readiness for their annual Tag Day tomorrow. The assistance of all the city and suburban auxiliaries as well as the aid of the Camden City Firemen have been enlisted. The city…

  • 3 Youths Held as Blaze Razes Grain Plant of Sitley and Son

    Camden Courier-Post – April 18, 1930 Damage in Fire at Sixth and Bulson Streets Estimated at $45,000 Four Men Risk Lives to Save Two Horses Boys Believed by Police Probers to Have Been Smoking in Building Three boys are being held and two others are sought in the investigation of the $45.000 fire which today…

  • Teller In Coma Held in $19,000 Theft At Bank

    Teller In Coma Held in $19,000 Theft At Bank

    Camden Courier-Post – February 25, 1928 Burd S. Garrett, of Hillcrest, is Under Guard at West Jersey Hospital Believe He Took Poison as Discovery Neared East End Trust Protected; Man Returned to Home Today Semiconscious Burd S. Garrett, 42 years old, 200 Wayne avenue, Hillcrest, near Merchantville, was placed under technical arrest this afternoon as…

  • Guns Await Sniper in Suburban Towns

    Guns Await Sniper in Suburban Towns

    Camden Courier-Post – February 4, 1928 Mystery Marks 16th Effort as Victim Gives Fake Address With orders to “shoot on sight” issued to suburban police in their search for South Jersey’s “phantom sniper,” that mysterious individual today had a “phantom victim,” At the Haddon Heights police station is a piece of glass with the notation…

  • Removed to Hospitals

    Camden Courier-Post – January 9, 1922 The police ambulance removed the following residents of South Camden to the hospitals late on Saturday afternoon: West Jersey Homeopathic– William Perry, aged 62 years, 1725 Fillmore Street; Albert Biron, 24 years old, 1108 Baring Street. Cooper Hospital– Mrs. Edna Rosenfelt, aged 23 years, 575 Washington Street; Margaret Radcliffe…