Russell Reich, rodman
•TOKIXG, JAX. 10, ItMt Focht Oasis His Uncl» In Fight With CoancU (e*«t*U*»4 Ttom OM) not behind closed doors In executive executive «M»ions." When Kettering made the motion-to motion-to dismiss the four disposal plant employes Kjjcht asked "Are you firing- these people as a political political move? If you are not, tell us the reason." ' Ketterin-j replied "There's no harmony at the works. 1 was there and saw that for myself." Krause was particularly'bitter over the dismissal of the employees employees in his department and . *aid to Ketterliig "1 want to know who is the authority for the statement statement there is no cooperation in my department." "I am my own authority," Kettering Kettering shot back, "I was at the disposal plant personally." Krause Reads Statement Loelile, health officer; Robert L. Heverlin*. highway coinmlMion- er; Harper Pi«rce. assistant superintendent superintendent of sewers; Anthony Koch, superintendent of buildings; buildings; Harry F. Bechtold, water superintendent; Ray R." Feaser. chief operator at the High Bridge watershed: assistant operators at High Bridge: Thomas E. Mullen, Lester Hoffman, and William G. Hassler: James Rol«nd. parking meter superintendent; Harry K. K«esey. plumbing inspector; Earl D. Werdt. humane officer; Thelma Mae . Reed, stenographer, city clerk's office: Edwin L. Zeller, city bookkeeper; Charles C. Hains. research ftlerk and plotter of deeds; Russell- Reich, rodman. highway department; and John Umbehend, keeper of the city dump.