|Publisher||Recorder Publishing Company|
|Date of Publication||1962|
|Place of Publication||Conshohocken, PA|
01/04/62 "Bitter Proxy Battle Looms at Annual Shareholders Meeting of Intercounty S&L"
Third man is arrested in hotelman beating; police seeking motive.
01/11/62 "Five More Teachers are Needed in 1962 in Sr. High School"
Dr. Delacato is principal speaker at apstic children's foundation workshop on west coast visit.
01/18/61 "Historic Military Figures Attest to Sculptor's Skill"
Two veterans join exhibit at Woodmere.
01/25/62 "Former Chestnut Hill Woman Here to Raise Fund for Tanganyika"
Hill mail man burned, loses home and savings in fire but finds that co-workers, area have 'big heart'.
02/01/62 "Hamilton Letter Urges Tate to Call Council Election"
Father and son dinner at CH Academy draws record 540 attendance.
02/08/62 "Primary Election in May for Vacant Council Seat? High Court May Decide"
Hill Library begins series of lectures.
02/15/62 "New Zoning Code to be Discussed at Civic Meeting"
United States advisor returns to childhood parish to deliver spirited talk on United Nations.
02/22/62 "Wtherill-for-Govenor Petitions Circulated in All Sections of State"
Heart drive is aided by Springside girls - boys of CH Academy.
03/01/62 "Kelly Eyes Future in Consdieration of Race for Congress"
1st high-rise aprtment to cost $3-million.
03/08/62 "Court Rejects Action Seeking Primary for 8th District Council"
New zoning code is challenge to alert citizens.
03/15/62 "Dr. M.K. Goddard to Detail Project 70 at Watershed Event"
Elmo to ask life on his 42d birthday.
03/22/62 "Psychiatry and Dance to Explore World of Fantasy for Children"
Committeeman battles liven GOP primary.
03/29/62 "Japanese Student Finds Fun in U.S."
Elmo to die as last plea is rejected.
04/05/62 "Turnpike Study Urged by Chamber of Commerece Here"
Elmo is executed; society is reproached.
04/12/62 "Official Says 'Project 70' is Last Hope for Saving of Open Space in State"
'Green thumb' applied at St. Martin's Station.
04/19/62 "Christian, Jewish Communities Mark Traditional Religious Feasts"
Group files court appeal over zoning.
04/26/62 "Residents to Finance Fight: Protest OK Given Nursing Home"
St. Martin's rummage sale set at church.
05/03/62 "Mrs. Roosevelt is Speaker for Jewish Program"
CH hospital reports loss.
05/10/62 "2 Contests Spark Fight for Congress"
Spring fete is planned for Wyncote site.
05/17/62 "Organization Flex Muscles; Win Congress Nominations"
CH residents protest Morgan Tract Rd. plans.
05/24/62 "Mrs. Roosevelt Hails Beacon Light Israel"
Assistant DA says he'll not resign.
05/31/62 "Cloverleaf 'Dead Duck' Association is Told"
Staudinger seen sure of re-election by GOP.
06/07/62 "Govt. Weighs Changes in Expressway"
Residents open shop center 'war'.
06/14/62 "Parties to Spend $6 Million in Fall, Hemphill Declares"
Area colleges present diplomas to 1,138 grads.
06/21/62 "Chestnut Hill's Huge 'Fourth' Program Set"
$92,000 raised for hospital.
06/28/62 "Shopping Center Plan Delayed on Morgan Tract"
Ex-nurse at CH hopsital volunteer in Peace Corps.
07/05/62 "Planners Challenged to Explain Stand"
Safety council warns about 'summer tragedy'.
07/12/62 "Planning Director Declares Group Does not Intend to Disrupt Business District"
Foreign students visit area homes for week.
07/19/62 "Zoning Board to Hear Plea for Apartments; Residents Oppose Them"
Driver improvement school called 'success'.
07/26/62 "Springfield Twp. Solons Plan to Amend Zoning Ordinance"
Clark says he'll gladly campaign for medicare.
08/02/62 "Merchants Ask End of Trolley's"
Bicycle thefts mount in Chestnut Hill area.
08/09/62 "Four Realtors, Planner Object to Revision of Springfield Zoning Laws"
Mt. St. Joseph's attracts hundreds.
08/16/62 "Police Probing Vandalism at Springfield Twp. Schools"
Gulf operator plans colonial style station.
08/23/62 "Two Apartment Projects are Rejected by Boards; Residents Oppose Units"
City officials says trolleys will be back.
08/30/62 "Smullen is GOP Choice for Council"
Benet classic is planned by workshop.
09/06/62 "$2 1/2 Million Nursing Home Under Construction"
Parking lot for hill station.
09/13/62 "Springfield Public Schools Enroll 4,040"
Springside in 84th year.
09/20/62 "Liquor License Request in FLourtown Center to be Aired on Oct. 4"
Rally set for Scranton and Van Zandt.
09/27/62 "1000 Ready Main Street Fair"
Oreland Lions Club names project chairmen.
10/04/62 "Development Takes Over Lea Property"
CHA Gridders after 2nd win. $4,715 raised by MS society.
10/11/62 "Imporved Parking for Area RR Lots Approved by City"
Dilworth tours 'Hill' with wife.
10/18/62 "Clothing is Needed, Goodwill Appeals after Blaze Which Hit Germantown Warehouse"
Civic group is fighting zoning changes.
10/25/62 "Planners Opposed to Zoning Changes"
Area leaders will attend torch lunch.
11/01/62 "Races for Council, Congress Highlight Balloting in Area"
Rail travel is speeded on PRR commuter line.
11/08/62 "Smullen Captures Seat in Council"
Springside will present John Dos Passos' 'U.S.A.'.
11/15/62 "W. Mount Airy Unit Adopts Plan to Hit at 'Panic Selling'"
Lincoln Drive plan stalled.
11/19/62 "Churches Plan Thanksgiving Rites in Area"
CH hospital gets $64,000.
11/29/62 "PUC Hearing will Weigh Fate of Steam Firm Which wants to Stop its Service"
Smullen takes oath as new councilman.
12/06/62 "Public Hearing is Set for Change of Zoning Plea in Springfield"
Annexation, scandals seen election factors.
12/13/62 "City Readies New Plan for Morgan Site"
Food program helps many in distant lands.
12/20/62 "Community Will Celebrate Christman with Services, Traditional Carol Singing"
Yule shows highlgiht Springside activites.
12/27/62 "GOP Sweep Highlights 1962's Area Activity During 'Quiet Year'"
Hundreds Pay Last Respects to Dr. Lehman.
This archive is comprised of The Herald for the years 1952, 1953,1955, 1956, 1957,1958, 1959, 1960, 1961,1962. (We do not have 1954.) There are also partial photocopies from the same years with the acession numbers 2006.66.1 - .3. These were copied and made available to David Contosta and CHHS by Lloyd Wells.
Mr. Wells is a significant figure in the history of Chestnut Hill from the mid 1940s' to 1976. He founded the Hill Hardware Company (with Eli Schmidt), now the Hill Company, the Chestnut Hill Parking Foundation, the Chestnut Hill Development Group, and rewrote the bylaws, creating a quasi-governmental organization with the city of Philadelphia.
Also a political activist, Mr. Wells founded the The Cymbal newspaper in competition with The Herald. The Cymbal eventually became the Local; The Herald ultimately went out of business.