Westchester Chiefs to Hold Dinner

Westchester Chiefs to Hold Dinner

The second annual meeting and dinner of the Fire Chiefs’ Emergency Plan of Westchester County, N. Y., is to be held at the Elks’ Lodge, 58 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains, N. Y., on the evening of Thursday, May 21. The election of officers for the ensuing year will take place on this occasion. A large attendance of the Chiefs of the county is expected.

Fire House to be Erected in Washington, D. C.—The Commissioners of Washington, D. C., have appropriated $15,000 for the construction of a fire station at Rhode Island Avenue and Brentwood Road, Northeast.

Houston May Erect New Station—Houston, Tex., is considering the erection of a new fire station at Decatur Avenue and Henderson Street. It is planned to erect other stations later in the year.

Westchester Chiefs to Hold Dinner

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Westchester Chiefs to Hold Dinner

The Fire Chiefs’ Emergency Plan, an organization of the heads of Fire Departments and other fire officers of the various cities and villages of Westchester County, N. Y., is to hold its first annual dinner at the Westchester Manor White Plains, N. Y., on May 28. The election of officers for the Plan will take place on this occasion.

Apparatus Delivered to Centuria, Wis.—New fire apparatus has been delivered to Centuria, Wis.

Milwaukee Moves Fire Companies—Five fire companies and a battalion chief’s headquarters in Milwaukee have been moved to remodeled quarters. Within a month the old quarters will be torn down and construction started on a new station.

Protection Wanted for Blaine, Wash.—A movement has been started by Blaine, Wash., for fire protection for the adjoining rural territory. The city is willing to house the rural apparatus without cost, but where necessary, the rural apparatus might be used, as a return for the service.

Paul Roth Named Chief of Beloit, Wis.—John E. Nygren, head of the Fire Department in Hygren, Ill., for twenty-two years and in the department forty years, has retired. Assistant Chief Paul Roth has been named head of the department and Robert Moses has been appointed Assistant Chief.

T. P. Treadwell Chief of Ft. Collins, Col.—T. P. Treadwell. formerly Chief of Fire Department in Deer Trail, Col., a community of 175 persons is now head of the Fire Department in Ft. Collins, Col., of 8,952 population. A new drill tower is being erected, and the fire station is being remodeled.