Leadership

JERSEY FIRE CHIEFS HOLD RECORD CONVENTION AT ORANGE

Issue 2 and Volume 80.

JERSEY FIRE CHIEFS HOLD RECORD CONVENTION AT ORANGE Nearly 200 Present—Interesting Program Presented—Directors of the International Association on Hand Nearly 200 fire chiefs from all parts of New Jersey gathered at the Orange Hill School at Orange on January 18th for the Quarterly Convention of The New Jersey State Fire Chiefs’ Association. Chief Charles W. Greenfield of the Arlington Works at Kearny, President of the body, presided. Mayor Frank J. Murray of Orange welcomed the firemen in behalf of the city. Mayor Murray said he was glad to be at the convention and expressed the hope that the fire chiefs’ stay in the city would be pleasant and profitable. In closing he informed the visitors that Fire Chief McMillan and Commissioner Wm. F. Kearney, Director of Public Safety, would look after their comforts. Responding to the cordial welcome President Greenfield expressed the appreciation of the association for the welcome. The…

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