How Albany, Ga., Won Fire Waste Award

Issue 15 and Volume 80.

How Albany, Ga., Won Fire Waste Award Chief Brosnan Tells of His Methods which Won This Distinction for His City—Other Awards of Fire Waste Council FOR the second consecutive year the city of Albany, Ga., has been awarded, through its chamber of commerce, the grand prize in the Inter-Chamber Fire Waste Contest on the National Fire Waste Council, of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. In this contest the chairman of the contest committee, Richard E. Vernor, Manager of the fire prevention department of the Western Actuarial Bureau, reported 528 official entries in the contest as contrasted with 442 a year ago. The contest includes 58.5% of all eligible local chambers. The committee also encouraged chambers of commerce to submit reports covering their 1926 activities to the Contest Grading Committee. Three hundred and three reports were received as compared with 221 last year. In describing his work, which…

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