Bridgeport Brass Fire Brigade Meets

Issue 4 and Volume 83.

Bridgeport Brass Fire Brigade Meets The fire brigade of the Bridgeport Brass Company, Bridgeport, Conn., held its twelfth annual banquet. This unit was organized during the war and since then has proven its value towards building up plant efficiency. The brigade responds to every plant fire regardless of size. At the time of the first get-together, the annual report showed that the brigade answered ninety-two alarms. At the 1930 dinner, the report showed that there were only eight alarms, the banner year. The firemen of the brigade are divided into two classes— fire-fighters and factory protection men. It is the object of the latter group to remove the causes of fires. The plants are kept as near spotless as possible. Boxes and material are neatly piled, and the aisles are kept clear. Waste must be placed in special metal containers. A turkey dinner was served and this was followed by…

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