|Camden Courier-Post - January 9, 1928|
Sakin - Dr. David
Cooper - Harry W. Markowitz -
Camden Courier-Post - January 12, 1928
IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF S.P.C.C.
S. Darnell became president of the Camden Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Children at the annual meeting and election of officers of
the organization yesterday. Other officers are
first vice president; Rev. Roland Wringwalt, second vice president; Millwood
treasurer; Mrs. William P. Walsh, secretary; William P. Walsh and Frank
T. Lloyd Jr., solicitor; Dr. A. S. Ross, Dr. Alexander
Hutchinson and Ernest La Rossa physicians for the society.
A contract was awarded by the society for the erection of a playroom for the children of the Sheltering Arms Home on River Avenue. More than half of the sum needed for the construction of the addition has been collected. A report by Mrs. Walsh revealed that during the past month 43 cases were investigated and that 66 children were involved. Members and nurses of the society made a total of 21 visits during the period..
Camden Courier-Post - January 13, 1928
COUNTY S.P.C.C. RE-ELECTS OLD OFFICERS
All officers of the Camden County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children were re-elected yesterday afternoon at a meeting at the Hotel Walt Whitman.
S. Darnell again was named president. Other officers re-elected were
and Rev. Rolland Ringwalt; treasurer,
secretary, Mrs. William P. Walsh.
|Camden Courier-Post - June 21, 1933|
|JEWS OPEN DRIVE HERE FOR $10,000 TO AID
$391 Contributed First Night; Boycott Aimed at 'Everything German'
CITY TO BE CANVASSED
A total of $391.50 was contributed at the meeting to start the campaign and the committee members announced.
Abe Goldberg, of New York, internationally known Yiddish orator, and Judge William M. Lewis, of Philadephia, addressed the gathering, pleading for financial assistance for Jewish refugees driven from Germany by the Hitler persecution.
"In Germany we are not even considered a people,"
Goldberg said. "We have given Germany its greatest scientific and medical achievements and this is the
Judge Lewis declared there was no parallel in the history of Israel for the Hitler persecution, and urged that Jews "use their only weapon that of boycott of all German things, industrially and professionally."
Leon H. Rose, Camden attorney, presided. He said every section of the city would be canvassed during the campaign.
Contributions thus far are as follows:
Camden Courier-Post - June 26, 1933
BROWN ASKS FOR MAINTENANCE
Mrs. Freda Brown, wife of Joseph E. Brown, druggist at Third and Market Streets, who is suing her for divorce, appeared before William J. Kraft, advisory master in chancery, yesterday and asked for maintenance for herself and their two children"
The hearing was adjourned until July 10 to give Brown's attorneys an opportunity to prove his claim that Mrs. Brown is employed in Philadelphia at $18 a week.
Brown has entered suit charging his wife with infidelity and naming Dr. Alexander Ellis, 37, of 513 Broadway, as co-respondent. However, suit is not actually on file yet as Brown's lawyers stated they have been unable to serve papers on Mrs. Brown.
Isaac Eason, attorney for Mrs. Brown appeared yesterday with a bill for maintenance. It set forth that, the Browns were married at Elkton, November 23, 1923, and that Brown deserted his wife. In the petition, Brown is accused of getting his wife out of their home by a pretext and then refusing to allow her to re-enter. Eason stated he knew nothing about a divorce suit;. as no papers have been served on Mrs. Brown.
C. Lawrence Gregorio and Grover C. Richman, counsel for Brown, stated that Mrs. Brown does not need maintenance as she has a job. Kraft asked if they could submit proof of this today, whereupon Richman asked for the adjournment, saying he could obtain such testimony by July 10.
Mrs. Brown's address was given as 541 South Forty-seventh Street, Philadelphia. Their children, Gerald 8, and Dolores, 6, are in custody of their father.
Camden Courier-Post * February 1, 1938
Courier-Post - February 12, 1938
CHECKED AND DOUBLE CHECKED
The new edition of the Who's Who in America Jewry" lists eight residents of Camden among the 10,140 Jewish notables in Camden, to wit: Bernard Bertman, A. M. Ellis, Dr. Hyman Goldstein, I. B. Levine, Herman Natal, Rabbi N. H. J. Riff, Leon H. Rose and Samuel Shane.
|Camden Courier-Post - February 28, 1938|
|MEDICAL AUXILIARY TO HEAR PHYSICIANS
Diabetes and Mental Hygiene Subjects for Public Relations Meeting
Diabetes and mental hygiene in their relation to public health will be discussed authoritatively at the annual public relations meeting and tea of the Auxiliary to the Camden County Medical Society to be held tomorrow afternoon in the Camden Woman's Club, 424-26 Linden street.
A discourse on diabetes will be presented by
Dr. Alexander Ellis, of this city, who is a member of the Cooper Hospital staff, in charge of the out-patients diabetic clinic.
Dr. Anderson covers the entire state of Pennsylvania. She is the psychiatrist in charge of the women's division in the Pittsburgh City Hospital and the Allegheny County Hospital. She is assistant professor of nursing at Duquesne University and a special lecturer on mental hygiene in the department of nursing education at the University of Pennsylvania. "Emotional Hygiene, the Art of Understanding" is the title of a book which was written by Dr. Anderson during the past year and which recently has been published.
Mrs. Orris W. Saunders, of this city, is hospitality chairman for the day. Mrs. Arthur J. Casselman, of this city, and Mrs. E. Reed Hirst, of Haddonfleld, will pour and those assisting will be Mrs. William Braun, Mrs. Penrose Thompson, Mrs. A. Lincoln Sherk, of Merchantville; Mrs. Kenneth B. MacAlpine, of Gloucester; Mrs. Kenneth Athey and Mrs. Alfred M. Elwell, of this city.
The Auxiliary has planned a fashion show to be followed by cards for Monday evening, March 7, in the Hotel Walt Whitman. Mrs. H. Wesley Jack, of Haddonfield, is general chairman for the affair.
Mrs. Oswald R. Carlander, of Merchantville, is president of the Auxiliary.
Dinner for Rabbi Riff of Congregation Sons of Israel
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Meyer Adleman - Mrs. Meyer Adleman - Dan S. Rosenberg - Nathan S. Rubin - Samuel Yaffe
Samuel A. Weiss - Mrs. Samuel A. Weiss - Joseph Getzov - Emanuel L. Kapel - Manuel Ross
Joseph Ruttenberg - Joseph Shapiro - Harry Antelman - Mrs. Harry Antelman - William Remer
Morris Finkelstein - Benjamin P. Rosensweig - Mrs. Benjamin P. Rosensweig - Irwin L. Levy
Saul Lippman - Mrs. Harry Albert - Mrs. Samuel Bellitz - Mrs. S. S. Lewis - Henry Gaulton
Mrs. Edward Markowitz - Mrs. Ben J. Rosensweig - Mrs. Abe Stoolman - Allan Hecsh - Morris Kress
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Benjamin F. Friedman - Maurice H. Clyman - Mrs. Maurice H. Clyman - Edward Adelman
Louis Markowitz - Michael Albert - Dr. Alexander Ellis - Stanton Tarter - Henry Schreibstein
Jules Jaspan - Nathan Wolpert - Samuel Rosen - Benjamin Asbell - Leon Faerber - Samuel Shane
Israel Heine - Joseph Grossberg - Barney B. Brown - Jacob L. Furer - Sol Hoffman - Martin Yuderfriend
Samuel L. Reichman - William Arensberg - Henry J. Bass - Cantor and Mrs. Louis J. Herman
Emil Wise - Abraham Brandt - Congregation Sons of Israel - Eskin & Son - Greenetz and Greenetz
Joseph Rosenberg - Dr. Samuel Yubas - Max Weisfeld - Harry Katz - Morris Finkelstein - Benjamin Davis
Mrs. Bessie Rubin - Ruby's - Charles H. Blank - Philip Kalikman - Manuel I. Wertheimer - Meyer Leider
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