Leadership

CHIEF’S NIECE AWARDED PRIZE FOR FIRE PREVENTION ESSAY

Issue 16 and Volume 83.

CHIEF’S NIECE AWARDED PRIZE FOR FIRE PREVENTION ESSAY Considered by Dominion Officials as One of the Best of Its Kind —Author a Graduate Nurse AN essay on Fire Prevention, written by Miss Mary Murphy, of Marmora Township, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada, a niece of Chief Joseph Judge, of the Deloro Smelting and Refining Company, Ltd., of Canada, was awarded a prize on the occasion of the graduating exercises held at the Hotel Dieu, Kingston, Ont. The presentation was made by Chief James Armstrong, of Kingston, Ont., Secretary of the Dominion Association of Fire Chiefs. In making the presentation the Chief said that the essay had aroused the admiration of the Dominion and Provincial officials, who considered it the finest thing of its kind they had ever read. The essay in part was as follows: FIRE PREVENTION Prize winning essay by Miss Mary Murphy. Fire has often been regarded as our…

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