Chief Price of Flint, Mich., Resigns After fighting fires for thirty-eight years, Chief Edward H. Price, head of the Flint, Mich., Fire Department, presented his resignation. He was born in New York City, November 17, 1866 and came to Flint with his parents when he was ten years old. In 1894 he was made call man and after serving at this post for three years, he became Assistant Chief. The force then consisted of seven regular firemen. On February 15, 1919 he was made head of the department and the fifth Chief in the history of Flint. The department today has 162 firemen.