Lakewood Wins Grand Fire Award

Issue 4 and Volume 87.

Lakewood Wins Grand Fire Award Lakewood, Ohio, was named for the Grand Award in the 1933 Inter-Chamber Fire Waste Contest conducted by the National Fire Waste Council. The award will be made at the annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce in Washington in May. Winner of the Class I group for cities of over 500,000 population is Philadelphia. Those receiving honorable mention are Detroit, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, San Francisco, St. Louis and Cleveland. For the 250,000 to 500,000 group, Providence, R. I. is the winner with honorable mention given Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Rochester, N. Y., Kansas City, Mo., Memphis, Atlanta, Ga., St. Paul, Toledo, New Orleans and San Antonio. Hartford, Conn., is the winner for the Class 3 section of 100,000 to 250,000 group. The honor cities are Grand Rapids. Mich.; Wichita, Kan.; Youngstown, O.; Tacoma, Wash.; Nashville, Tenn.; El Paso, Tex.; New Haven, Conn.; Springfield, Mass.; Ft. Worth, Tex.; Honolulu,…

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