Leadership

What’s Burning

Issue 8 and Volume 107.

What’s Burning THE following list includes fires of $10,000 and over in the United States and Canada for the month of July, 1954. Month Ending July 31, 1954 Hermitage, Ark.Hermitage High School gymnasium, Ambort Tomato Co. shed and dwelling, destroyed. Magnolia. Ark.—Main building of Partee Lumber Mill destroyed. Antioch, Cal.—Office building, 608-10 Second atrcet, damaged. Decoto, Cal.— Lindsay Lumber Co. plant, Almada County, destroyed. Gridley, Cal.—Gridley Tire Service and adjoining EI Nidito Cafe, destroyed. Los Angeles, Cal.—Apartment building at 5901 S. Compton Blvd., damaged. Los Angeles. Cal.—Pacific Milling & Lumber Co. plant destroyed. Oakdale, Cal.—Ranch and feed yard of Frank J. DeBenedetti ranch, Stanislaus County, damaged. Paramount, Cal.—Reed Grain & Milling Co. granary destroyed. San Francisco, Cal.—Mel’s Drive-In damaged. San Francisco, Cal.—Superior Box Co. factory damaged. Santa Rosa. Cal.—Planing mill of Sterling Lumber Company. Sonoma County, destroyed. Victorville, Cal.—Green Spot Cafe, Robert Shoe store, Elanin’s Dress Shop and Deluxe Cleaners…

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