Leadership

Cities Selected in Fire Waste Contest

Issue 8 and Volume 80.

Cities Selected in Fire Waste Contest For the second consecutive year, Albany, Georgia, has beenawarded the grand prize in the Inter-Chamber Fire Waste Contest conducted by the National Fire Waste Council and the insurance department of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Other winners in their respective classes were Milwaukee, Huntington, W. Va., and Owensboro, Ky. The results of the 1926 competition were announced at a meeting of the National Fire Waste Council held in Washington, by the board of judges consisting of President John W. O’Leary of the National Chamber, H. A. Smith, Chairman of the insurance advisory committee of the National Chamber, George W. Booth, chairman of the contest grading committee of the National Fire Waste Council, Eugene Arms and Franklin H. Wentworth, members of the grading committee. The accomplishments of the 1926 Contest surpass in every respect the contests of preceding years. Three hundred and…

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