Leadership

What’s Burning

Issue 6 and Volume 101.

What’s Burning THE following list includes fires of $10,000 loss and over in the United States and Canada for the month of May 1948. Month Ending May 31, 1948 Omaha, Neb.—Bldg. occupied by Tire Supply Co. damaged. Longview, Wash.—Carney-Pacific Rockwool Mfg. Co. damaged. Gas explosion. Springfield, Ore.—C. W. Guerrier Lumber Mill destroyed. West Memphis, Ark.—Soy bean processing plt. of Arkansas Mills, Inc. severely damaged. Cameron, Tex.—Milam Theatre, Reno Bldg., Palace of Sweets, office of Dr. S. R. Cotton, Knights of Pythias Hall, Sharpe Jewelry store and Western Auto Store damaged. Spokane, Wash.—Wash. and sales office of Washington Brick & Lime plt., near Dishman, damaged. Norwich. N. Y.—Summer home, Chanango Lake, owned by Melvin C. Eaton, destroyed. Syracuse, N. Y.—Apt. house and two other bldgs, damaged. Trash fire in basket. Tazewell, Tenn.—Runions Cedar Shop, cedar chests and furnishings mfrs., destroyed. Bristol, N. B.—Dept, store damaged. Bonaire, Ga.—Bonaire High School, destroyed. Chicago,…

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