Tag: Ralph Robinson
In 1937, the Mendham-Chester Tribune announced the election results for the area. In Chester Township, Stanley Bodine won a spot on the Committee and Ralph Robinson was elected Tax Assessor. Both were Democrats. Bodine won by nine votes. In the Borough, the Democrats also defeated the Republicans. Dr. Hugh R. Fry and Edward Pickel, Sr. landed memberships on the Council, while Harry G. Segur won the Tax Assessor race.
In 1938, the primary elections revealed that Dr. Hugh L. Fry would represent the Democrats and Adam Schaefer, the Republicans, in the ballot for Chester Borough Council. For the Township, William E. Terhune led the Republicans, while Ralph Robinson won the Democratic primary. Source: Mendham-Chester Tribune.
In 1956, The Mendham-Chester Tribune reported that no Salk polio vaccine would be provided to a Chester Township clinic for children. The secretary to the Board of Health, Ralph Robinson said he had made repeated requests for the vaccine, but was told none was available.