Connecticut Signal Men Meet
Representatives from 15 cities and towns in the state attended the annual meeting of the Connecticut Municipal Signal Association, which was held at New Britain, Conn., on January 19. The following officers were named for the coming year: President, Superintendent Charles Zimmer, Meriden; VicePresident, Assistant Superintendent Wiliam A. Springsteen, Milford, and Superintendent Leon Toczko. New Britain, re-elected Secretary-Treasurer.
A very interesting demonstration of emergency stand by units was given the members by J. McCue. Fred W. Yelland, of the U. S. Motor Corps and E. Fitzgerald, of Kohler & Kohler Company. also gave demonstrations.
Following the business meeting, the visitors attended a banquet at the Hotel Stanley, with Fire Chief William J. Noble and William C. Hart, Chief of Police, as honored guests. The next meeting will be held at Fire Alarm Headquarters, Milford, on March 16 where it is expected all Municipal Signal Superintendents in the state will attend.