Dougherty Guesf of Massachusetts Chiefs

Issue 11 and Volume 89.

Dougherty Guesf of Massachusetts Chiefs Thomas F. Dougherty, retired Assistant Chief of the New York Fire Department. was a guest at the meeting of the Fire Chiefs’ Club of Massachusetts, which was held on October 21 in the Parker House, Boston. The meeting followed the customary luncheon. Chief Charles L. McCarthy, of Worcester, presided. The principal speaker was C. W. Roulon, of the Underwriters’ Laboratories in Chicago. He described the work of the laboratories and answered questions of the Chiefs. Mr. Roulon was introduced by Alfred N. Miner, Vice-President, Massa chusetts Safety Council, who was seated at the head table at the luncheon with President McCarthy, Secretary William H. Hill, of Belmont, and Chief Richard A. Magee, of Truro. Ex-Chief Orville O. Ordway, of Reading, who retired recently, introduced his successor, Chief Hugh L. Fames. The subjects discussed at the meeting included the new covered type of fire apparatus, merits…

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