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|Camden Courier-Post - January 16, 1928|
OF MERCHANTS TO ELECT OFFICERS
exciting contest is expected in the annual election of officers of the
Broadway Business Menís Association. The elections, preceded by a
banquet, will be held Wednesday evening, January 25, at Hotel
merchants are candidates for the presidency, which will be vacated by Harry
Pelouze. There are J.V. Moran, Walter Friant and Morris Futernick.
They were nominated at the November meeting of the association.
battle is looked for in the naming of a vice-president. M. Fuhrman and J.W.
Holmes are the two candidates while Morris Jaffe is the retiring vice
president. Edwin C. Norcross, president treasurer, will be unopposed for
re-election. Albert S. Dudley will be unopposed when he succeeds David
Tattersdill as secretary.
from every business in every section of the city have been invited to
attend the affair, while every one of the 150 members will probably be
present. The principle speaker will be former Judge
John B. Kates, of the Broadway
Merchants Trust Company.
address on interstate traffic and its relations to the transportation
problems of Camden business will be delivered by J.J. Ruster, head of the
transportation department of the Camden ≠Chamber of Commerce. Francis
B. Wallen and Loyal D. Odhner, president and secretary respectively of
the Chamber of Commerce will also be guests of the merchants.
comparison of the work of other commercial organizations will be made by
several well-known visitors. Benjamin Shindler, William Lipsitz and H.
Zbieratski, presidents respectively of the East Camden, Kaighn Avenue and
Mount Ephraim Business Menís Associations, will speak.
new constitution and by-laws of the association will be adopted at the
January meeting. Eighteen directors will be elected; six for terms of
three years, six for two-year terms and a similar number for one year.
The candidates for director are Harry Pelouze, Joseph Kobus, J.W. Holmes, Albert Israel, James V. Moran, Walter Friant, Dr. I.S. Siris, Joseph Fuhrman, William E. Cross, S. Abeson, M. Futernick, Howard B. Lee, Fred W. Schorpp, Morris Jaffe, W. Mitchell, L. Markowitz, Joseph Corbett, M. Lasala, P. Thatcher, W. Falture, G. Lockerman and David Tattersdill.
Camden Courier-Post * January 24, 1928
CITY BLASTS HOPES FOR BROADWAY LIGHTS
Hopes of the Broadway Business Menís Association
to obtain 75 more lights on that thoroughfare have been blasted,
Commissioner Clay W.
Reesman says no funds are available to make possible the
reply to the request for additional lights was contained in a letter
received yesterday by Harry P.
Pelouze, president of the organization. Members of the association
have sought the new lighting for more than a year, contending that present
facilities are inadequate for the volume of business.
office today, it was said a smaller budget this year leaves no money
available to pay for additional lights. The new standards themselves, it
was reported would be erected by the Public Service Company, but the cost
of obtaining them would amount to approximately $5,500 a year or from $72
to $75 for each new light.
The request for better lighting on Broadway was made by the businessmen to the previous city commissioners, who assured the merchants that provisions for the additional lights would be made in 1928. No appropriation, however, has bee voted. The association will decide on what further steps to take at its next meeting.
Camden Courier-Post * January 27, 1928
DENIES LIGHT FUND SHIFT
Camden Courier-Post * October 29, 1931
MORE MEN JOIN LEAGUE TO AID BAIRD
Forty-seven more prominent professional and business men yesterday joined the Baird-for-Governor Business Men's League and pledged themselves to work actively in interest of David Baird Jr., for governor, and add special impetus to his campaign.
The league was organized this week at an enthusiastic meeting of 18 outstanding Baird supporters in professional and business life at the Camden Club, 315 Cooper Street. The league membership is open only to business, professional and industrial leaders who are not holding public office and who are not politicians.
The latest enrollments among community leaders pledging themselves to devote themselves to the Baird cause are the following:
F. Morse Archer, president of the First Camden National Bank; Clinton. L. Bardo, president of the New York Shipbuilding Company and of the New Jersey Taxpayers' Association; George C. Baker, of the Baker≠Flick Company; Watson Shallcross, president of the Camden County Chamber of Commerce; Howard J. Dudley, Broadway merchant; Thomas E. French, prominent attorney; J. David Stern, publisher of the Courier-Post newspapers and of the Philadelphia Record; Wellington K. Barto, of the West Jersey Trust Company; Dr. Joseph Roberts, Cooper Hospital; William Clement, of the Clement Coverall Paint Company; Robert Wright, of the Haddonfield National Bank; Arthur J. Podmore, of the Camden Pottery Company; Nathan Leopold, Haddonfield druggist; Dr. J. Edgar Howard, of Haddonfield.
Dr. Alfred N. Elwell, of this city; Edward Preisendanz, Clarence Peters, N. Franks, of. Franks & Sweeney; U. G. Peters, Ralph D. Baker, prominent real estate man; Archibald Dingo, George Bachman, Sr., and George Bachman, Jr., Dr. O. W. Saunders, Henry Cooperson, Leon Cooperson, Herman Z. Cutler. Charles Bauman, Harry Rose, George Austermuhl, Walter Gulick, Albert Voeglin, Howard Fearn, John A. Schlorer, Ernest L. Bartelt.
William S. Casselman, George M. Carr, J. Price Myers, Carl R. Evered, former president of the Camden County Real Estate Board; Francis B. Wallen, former president of the Camden County Chamber of Commerce; William H. Alff, Edmund J. Alff, Harry Pelouze, Walter Campbell, Dr. Thomas R. Bunting, Joseph F. Kobus and Henry E. Kobus.
Enrollments, it was announced, may be made through the following committee of the league:
Ludwig A. Kind, Thomas Gordon Coulter, Charles H. Laird, Walter J. Staats, Frank C. Middleton, Jr., Frank J. Hineline, William T. Read, Charles S. Boyer, W. W. Robinson, George R. Pelouze, Paul A. Kind, Dr. Paul A. Mecray, Jerome Hurley, Harry A. Moran, James V. Moran, William J. Strandwitz, former Judge Lewis Starr and Frank C. Norcross.
Harry P. Pelouze is remembered by his grandson, H. Pierce Pelouze III
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