brooklyn Eagle 01 Nov 1920

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brooklyn Eagle 01 Nov 1920 - PLANTS SUCCESSOR R. R. DINNER GUEST A farewell...
PLANTS SUCCESSOR R. R. DINNER GUEST A farewell dinner was tendered yesterday yesterday afternoon at the Colonial Arms Hotel, Jamaica, to 1A. Ferdinand r MHler, who leaves the l'olico Department Department of the Long Island Knilro.nl Company, after 11 years' service, to become county detective of Nassau County today, in place of Carman plant, recently dismissed. .Millar's comrades comrades and superior orticurs save the dinnet in the mam ,lmmKiooin of the hotel, which was tastefully decorated The prncipal speaker was George Stamen, superintendent of thf rail-Toad rail-Toad rail-Toad police, who. after congratulating Detective .Miller, ptesented him, on be-fcalf be-fcalf be-fcalf of his co-workers, co-workers, with a solid told county detective's limine of Nas-au Nas-au Nas-au County. ' The speakers were introduced by Cap. Edward J. Long of the railroad polic department .who presided as toaatmaster. who- who- speakers were Capt. Oscar Toombs. Capt. F. W. Hassle r, Capt. .Joseph Naudm. Sci. William Drlscoll and Sgt. . George Van Wagner, all of whom had been associated with the guest of honor for many years. i.l

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle01 Nov 1920, MonPage 8

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)01 Nov 1920, MonPage 8
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