Firemen’s Cycle Club Elects Officers
The Firemen’s Cycle Club of New York has nominated officers for 1929. The nominations are unanimous, which is tantamount to election. Therefore, the officers for 1929 are:—President, Deputy Chief John J. T. Waldron; vice-president, Capt. Joseph
L. Flannery; secretary, Dr. Herman L. Reis; treasurer, Capt. Henry Kraetzer; trustees, Capt. George Murray, Capt. William J. Lennon, Deputy Chief William Clark and Batt. Chief Frank Murphy.
The Medical Officers—Dr. Harry M. Archer and Dr. Francis M. Bauta. Sergeant-at-arms is Frederick Smythe. The meetings are held monthly in the home of the “Janitor,” Dr. Harry Archer, at No. 47 West 85th street, near Central Park West. The November meeting was enlivened with motion pictures and a lecture by Fire Chief John Kenlon. The pictures showed views of the Chief’s recent journey through parts of Europe and to the International Congress of Fire Brigades at Turin, Italy He was accompanied on the trip by Dr. and Mrs. Harry M. Archer and Mrs. Kenlon.