Dougherty Addresses Westchester Chiefs

Issue 5 and Volume 88.

Dougherty Addresses Westchester Chiefs The subjects of overhauling, direction of streams and ventilation were discussed in an address before the Fire Chiefs’ Emergency Plan of Westchester County by ExAssistant Chief Thomas F. Dougherty, of the New York Fire Department. The meeting was held at the Consolidated Engine Company’s house, Tarrytown, N. Y., on the evening of Wednesday, April 17, with an attendance of 165 Chiefs and other officers of Fire Departments. The members were welcomed by Mayor Greene, of Tarrytown. Other officials recognized by the Chair were; Mayor Sterns and Sheriff Reynolds, of Hastings; Ex-Chief Mulcahey, of Yonkers; James W. Armstrong, Superintendent of Buildings, Yonkers, and Chief John D. Morehouse, Brewster, N. Y., President, Mid-Hudson-Harlem Fire Chiefs’ Association. Judge Hoop, Bronxville, described a bill which had passed both houses of the New York State Legislature, providing that explosives could be carried in gasoline-propelled vehicles. He said that so far he…

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