Harold Egginton Fire dept. training

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Harold Egginton Fire dept. training - THE O6DEN STAN DARD - EXAMINER days 17...
THE O6DEN STAN DARD - EXAMINER days 17 commission This properties. of Army's Fire Crew Being Trained At City Station r~ ACQUAINTED . . . M. E. Cleveland, (kneeling at lower left) chief guard and fire chief rrtntnce depot and four men who will form the nucleus of the depot's fire department ns thepurpose of the myriad of gadgets on the side of the depot's new fire truck from Litle Hadlock of the Ogden city department. The arsenal men, stationed at the city's Central a week of training, are, left to right, Harold Egginton, Eldon Hubbard and James Berry, Wallace Height in the truck. \ in strip I AVERY TRIAL TO START TUESDAY The trial of Walter Robert Avery, 32, charged with the first degree murder of Hoyt L. Gates, Ogden city police detective, will open Tuesday at ten a. m. before Judge L. V. Trueman of Second district court, and observers expected expected today the court battle will go off this time in regular order after having been delayed a week by changes in Avery's plea. Whether Mrs. Avery, last reported reported in San Francisco, will appear for opening of the trial was a matter matter of conjecture today. Sheriff's officers charged with Avery's custody, custody, said they have not seen her, and Richard J. Lathrop, Avery's court-appointed attorney, said he has not been in communication with her recently. Avery, who is accused of shooting shooting Detective Gates last February 11 when the latter interrupted a grocery store holdup at Twenty- fourth and Grant, originally pleaded pleaded innocent. Last Tuesday when he appeared for the opening of his trial, however, he changed his plea to guilty. His sentencing was set for Saturday. Later in the week he again changed his mind and pleaded pleaded innocent. 5 Approximately 50 prospective jurors jurors are expected to be called for the trial opening. 'Range Sweetie' Will Be To pic Several proposals to follow a different method in the selection of a "sweetheart of the range" for the coming Pioneer days celebration, celebration, July 20-24, will be discussed at a meeting of the celebration's executive committee tonight at seven-thirty o'clock, Ben Lomond hotel. The meeting has been called by President Fred A. Kuhlmann to hear reports from several committees. committees. Prior to the discussions, officials will consider bids for operating concessions in the city stadium during the celebration period. Winning Winning bidder will be granted exclusive exclusive stadium concession rights during during the week. Police Holding Bed, Table Linen More Men, Additional Equipment Planned At Military Base Four former guards at Ogden ordnance depot (arsenal) have been assigned to Ogden city fire department department for a one-week period to learn the operation of fire equipment prior to taking over the fire-fighting fire-fighting job at the arsenal. The four, Harold Egginton, Eldon Hubbard, Wallace Height and James Berry, will form the nucleus of a 16 to 24-man fire department at the arsenal. arsenal. M. E. Cleveland, chief guard at the arsenal, will also serve as fire chief. New Machine Appears The men are receiving training from the Ogden department in operation operation of fire-fighting equipment and use of masks, inhalator and other accessories. Ladder technique technique is being taught on ladders of the arsenal's own fire truck, a brand-new V-12 motored, 750-gallon 'capacity pumper. The truck was brought to the Ogden central station station today. The quartet has been studying at the station since Friday, and will conclude its assignment next Thursday. Thursday. They are putting in eight hours daily, starting at eight a, m. Mr. Cleveland said the four will form the nucleus of a fire department department for service at the arsenal which he believes will eventually be expanded to 16 or 24 men. They will be equipped with the two trucks now housed in the reservation reservation fire station directly across the post street from the administration administration building, and with all supplementary supplementary equipment, including an inhalator-resuscitator which Mr. Cleveland said will be available to surrounding communities in emergencies. emergencies. In Green Uniforms Uniforms for the fire fighters will be of design similar to those of the city firemen, but will be made of forest green material instead of the city men's blue, Mr. Cleveland said. All extra clothing--boots, truck pants, rubber coats and helmets--will helmets--will be available for the men at the arsenal just as the regular city firemen have them. Masks are included in the equipment of the fire trucks. "The men we have chosen for the fire department were among the least exciteable of our guards," Mr. Cleveland said. "They are men who are good workers and will take charge of an emergency without losing their heads." The firemen will be given civil service rating as fire-fighters. FOUR-H CLUB SETS ELECTION Election of officers for a new Four-H club in landscaping and home grounds improvement will held at two p. m. Saturday in Power auditorium, it was announced announced today by Max Conrad, assistant county agent. Members outline plans for the year at organization meeting. Lester Perry of Pleasant View, cooperating with the county extension service, has volunteered as club leader. All rural boys and between the ages of 12 and 21 are interested in making their homes more attractive are invited to join. The work will include instruction instruction on planning for home landscaping, landscaping, care and culture of trees, plants and shrubbery and planting of farm windbreaks, also tours the county and adjacent areas. The extinct pterodactyls, birds, bats, and insects, were the four different types of creatures which learned to fly. ermane

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 10 Mar 1941, Mon,
  3. Page 12

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