Chief Reynolds on Way to Recovery
Chief Frank G. Reynolds, of the Augusta, Ga., fire department, who has been ill for some weeks, his many friends will be glad to know, is now on the road to recovery. Chief Reynolds was taken sick on Sunday, December 9, suffering from a nervous breakdown.
He was confined to his bed and was very ill for two weeks, but his family physician. Dr. H. H. Malone, announced on Monday December 31, that the chief was out of all danger. It will, however, be at least three weeks before he will be able to be back at his post.
Chief Reynolds is one of the best known members of the International Association of Fire Engineers and served as president in 1922, covering the San Francisco convention.
During Chief Reynold’s absence. Assistant Chief William P. Battle is acting as head of the department and Secretary J. W. Wiseman is acting assistant chief.