New York Firemen Honor Glenn

Issue 9 and Volume 87.

New York Firemen Honor Glenn Over four hundred persons attended the three-day convention of the New York State Permanent Firemen’s Association at Utica, N. Y., August 20-22. The visitors were welcomed by Lieut. Gov. M. Williams Bray, Mayor Samuel Sloan and other prominent officials. Lieut. Gov. Bray said that the association should have a lobby at Albany not for favors but for rights. He pointed out that, “it is the squeaking wheel that gets the grease.” Chief Joseph N. Sullivan, Utica, said, “It is not tin Chief who makes the organization but the men under him.” Following his talk to the firemen, he left to attend the convention of the I. A. F. C. at Milwaukee. Other speakers included John T. Buckley, City Judge, and Deputy Chief James J. Donovan and Edward Hosradt. New York City. The association has 3,200 members or 500 less than it had at the previous…

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