Chief W. A. White, Regina, Resigns

Issue 4 and Volume 92.

Chief W. A. White, Regina, Resigns W. A. White, Chief of Fire Department, Regina, Sask., Canada, resigned involuntarily after 42 years fire service. Business men and residents of the city praised the fine work performed by Chief White. He joined the service in 1896 and then became a member of the paid department. He was appointed Chief on January 1, 1900, when it was still a volunteer organization. The department became fully paid in 1913. During this long term of service, no fireman lost bis life nor suffered serious injuries. All in all, he has served 53 years as a fire-fighter, for previous to his Regina work, he was volunteer fireman in Owen Sound, Ont.

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