Kingston Daily Freeman 1/15/1964
Ilelfert Is Named To Sixth Term as Vo Is President JOHN J. HELFERT An honorary life member, John J. Helfert of Malden, was elected to a sixth term as president president of Malden-West Camp Fire Company Tuesday night at West Camp fire station. Clarence F. Gardner of Malden Malden was designated to succeed to the position of chief, held by Luther Fmerick last year. Fmerick was named trustee for one year and corresponding secretary. Other administrative officers | elected were Franklin P. Clum ! Sr., vice president; Harold W. Bennett, recording secretary; Robert West Jr., treasurer, and Fred Pesce, trustee for three years. Charles Dailey and Valmore Carpenter were named delegates to Ulster County Volunteer Firemen’s Firemen’s Association. Alternates are Albert J. ident Helfert. Others named were Richard Magee, sergeant-at-arms; William William R. Wrolsen, historian and the Rev. Alvin F. Messersmith, chaplain. Line officers elected were Ben Notarnicola, assistant chief; Fred Pesce, captain Malden; Harry L. Moose, captain West Camp; Calvin H. Cody, lieutenant Malden; Malden; John B. Patterson, lieutenant lieutenant West Camp; William L. Van- Derbeck. first driver Malden; B'rank F'erracane, first tanker; Wrolsen, first West Camp, and Emmett Vedder, Vedder, first driver emergency truck. The annual Chief’s Night banquet banquet combined with the 10t.h anniversary anniversary celebration will be held Saturday night at Thelma’s Inn, West Camp. More than 100 volunteer volunteer firemen and guests have made reservations to attend. Outgoing Chief Fmerick will he presented with the traditional gold watch during the program. Supervisor Peter M. Williams, toastmaster, will outline highlights highlights of the 10-year history of the company. Cawein and Pres- a driver I driver!