Hurley Day Marked by Chiefs in Boston

Issue 2 and Volume 91.

Hurley Day Marked by Chiefs in Boston “Hurley Day” was observed by the Fire Chiefs’ Club of Massachusetts in the Parker House, Boston, on January 20, when Governor Charles F. Hurley, Judge James M. Hurley, and Chief Patrick J. Hurley, of Holyoke, were the special guests of honor. Chief William C. Mahoney, of Peabody, presided. Seated at the head table at the luncheon which preceeded the meeting were President Mahoney, Secretary William FI. Hill, Belmont, Governor Hurley, Judge Hurley, Chief Hurley, Chief John W. O’Hearn, Watertown, Secretary of the New England Association of F’ire Chiefs; Thomas C. Green, Civil Service Commissioner, Fire Commissioner William Arthur Reilly and Chief Samuel J. Pope, Boston; Stephen C. Garrity, State Fire Marshal; M, Norcross Stratton, of the Massachusetts Department of Education, and John J. Martin, of the Boston Janitors’ Supply Company. Addresses were delivered by the Governor, Judge, and Chief Hurley, and by Commissioners…

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