STANLEY MARKIEWICZ was born in New Jersey on November 6, 1913. He was the son of Frank and Eva Markiewicz. Frank Mrkiewicz ran a grocery at 1842 Fillmore Street in the 1920s and 1930s. When the census was taken in 1930 the family included two older sisters, Francis and Anna, and two younger children, Martha and Frank Jr.
By 1933 the family had moved to 422 Viola Street. Stanley Markiewicz as a young man ran with a fast crowd and was sent to prison for a time in 1933 for carrying a pistol. He returned to Camden and was living on Woodland Avenue in 1947 with his wife Dorothy.
Last a resident of Gloucester City, Stanley Markiewicz passed away in October of 1983.
Camden Courier-Post * July 8, 1933
CLEARS YOUTH OF
deliberating for two and a half hours; a Camden Criminal Court jury late
yesterday found Charles White, 22, of 443 Kaighn
Avenue, not guilty of attempted holdup.
was tried for the alleged attempt to rob Miss Hope Hemingway, of 812 Line
Street, a cashier at the Horn &
restaurant, 1140 Broadway,
last December 22. The case went to the jury at 3:15 p.m., and the verdict
was returned at 5.45 p.m.
who pleaded not guilty, said he and two companions had been drinking and
that he had no recollection of the attempted robbery. Arrested with him
were Stanley Markiewicz, 18, of 422 Viola
street, and Joseph Marino, 22,
of 261 Mt.
Vernon street. Markiewicz was not accused of the attempted holdup but
was given an indefinite sentence in Rahway Reformatory for carrying a
pistol. When arrested he claimed the pistol had been placed in his pocket
pleaded non vult to the attempted robbery charge, was sentenced to
state prison from two years and nine months to three years. They were
sentenced several months ago.
The men were alleged to have fled when Miss Hemingway screamed as they demanded the day's receipts. They were arrested a short time later at Broadway and Jefferson streets.
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