Leadership

MICHIGAN AND VIRGINIA CHIEFS ORGANIZE STATE ASSOCIATIONS

Issue 16 and Volume 78.

MICHIGAN AND VIRGINIA CHIEFS ORGANIZE STATE ASSOCIATIONS New State Chiefs Associations Formed by Respective Chiefs at Louisville Convention to Further Fire Prevention Work AS a means of stirring up more interest in fire prevention in their respective states, the Michigan and Virginia fire chiefs, in attendance at the International Convention at Louisville, got together during the Convention and formed State Chiefs Associations. They were prompted, in both cases, by a desire to have their states organized so that they could back up more effectively the proposed nationwide fire prevention campaign of the International Association of Fire Engineers. The Michigan Fire Chiefs Association was formed with twenty charter members. Chief C. Crampton of Bay City, Mich., was made President, Chief Frank E. Ford of Highland Park, Mich.. Secretary and Chief M. Bishop of Royal Oak. treasurer. A meeting will be held at Lansing Oct. 15th when it is expected Jay Stevens…

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