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THREE, SEIZE WASH BOILER STILL
Second District police seized a "wash
boiler" still and arrested three persons last night when they raided a
dwelling at 954 South Ninth Street.
George Young, 29; his wife, Ethel, 19, and Anna Fussel, 37, of 614 Chestnut
Street. Police also took along the Young's three≠ year-old
son, Julian, and lodged him in the detention room under the care of a
police matron until his parents obtain bail.
The raid was staged by Sergeant Walter
Mattison and District Detectives Vernon Jones
Young was held as proprietor and the others
as material witnesses. He will be given a hearing today.
Courier-Post * June 13, 1933
POLICEMAN SUSPENDED ON
Camden policeman was suspended indefinitely and relieved of his badge
yesterday on a charge of drunkenness on duty.
Alfred Trusty, colored, of 1858 South Ninth Street. He is
attached to the Second police district.
of Police John W.
Golden ordered the suspension after he had received telephone
calls informing him there was "a drunken policeman raising cain
ordered Lieutenant Ralph Bakley, commander of the district, to
investigate. Trusty was brought into the station house by Sergeant
Mattison. He has been ordered to appear before Golden today.
September 11, 1934
Camden Courier-Post * February
HONORS ARRANGED FOR LODGE
Tall Cedars to
Entertain National Head at Fete Here Saturday
Siegel, Supreme Tall Cedar of the United States, and his official
Camden Forest No.5, staff will be honored at a dinner and at the second
annual charity ball of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, at the Walt Whitman
Hotel Saturday night.
the guests will be City Commissioner Frederick von Nieda
and Mrs. von Nieda; City Commissioner Frank J. Hartmann
and Mrs. Hartmann, Surrogate F.
B. Hanna and Mrs. Hanna, Sheriff Joseph Van Meter and Mrs.
Van Meter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pearson, Mr. and, Mrs. August Romelle, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cook, Mr. and Mrs. James
Knox, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown.
and Mrs. Joseph Forsythe, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Giffins, Mr. and Mrs.
William Del Baugh, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Strouse, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peters, William G. Rohrer,
Miss Flora Tulk, Mr. and Mrs. George Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dahl,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ireton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mattison, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miles, Lieutenant Albert Eckenroth and
will be furnished by the Famous Sonny James Orchestra.
COURIER-POST - FEBRUARY 11, 1938
CEDARS OF LEBANON PLAN
Floor Show to Be Added Feature of Dance Here on
for a snappy floor show as an additional feature' of the second annual
charity ball of the Tall Cedars of Lebanon, Camden Forest No. 5, were
James with the recording and broadcasting orchestra that bears his
name, will supply the musicó interspersing swing for the youngsters
with waltzes for the old-timers.
will present as the floor show attraction The Musical Aces and Their
Queens, radio performers.
Stephans, vocalist with the orchestra, also will be featured.
ball is scheduled for Saturday night at Hotel Walt
general committee consists of the membership of all other committees,
Joseph C. Brown, Grand Tall Cedar, ex-officio; William E. Strouse,
chairman and Daniel W. Forsyth, secretary and treasurer.
Conductor: Walter W. Giffins.
Paul C. Ireton, leader; George Murray, Walter Morris, William Rohrer,
Harry Holt, Vic Marx, Charles Ackley, Howard Dahl, Francis Gaskill, Frederick von
Mattison; door, Louis Bull and Paul B. Miles, press, Frank H.
Ryan. Electrical, Wilbur Peters; wardrobe, Charles Neil, William
Strong, Elmer Burgess, Taylor Kellogg and Charles Green; safety, Lieut. George W. Frost,
Frank Jaggard, Russell Young and Francis Gutherman;
decorations, Fred Knodel, Charles Dorrman, Harry Sykes, Harry Flowers,
Merton McCormick, Edward Zimmerman and William Delbaugh.
World War II
Courier-Post * May 16, 1950
August 2, 1950
Square Club of North Camden
Murray Funeral Home
August 3, 1950
August 4, 1950
HE COMMANDED perform the final service for Captain Walter S. Mattison,
veteran of 33 years with the Camden Police Department, as the act as
pallbearers at his funeral today from a Cooper Street funeral home.
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