Kentucky Holds Short Fire Course

Issue 14 and Volume 84.

Kentucky Holds Short Fire Course Nearly 250 persons enrolled for the first Kentucky Short Fire Course which opened in Newport, Ky., June 23. On the opening day the program consisted of the projection of the motion picture “The Salvageman,” work in the folding and placing of salvage covers, and a round table discussion. In the evening Capt. J. J. Conway had charge of the demonstration of salvage work. The program for the second day included a talk on “Ventilation of Burning Buildings,” by Capt. Bender, and lectures and demonstrations by Chief Frank Northcut, of Covington, and Marshal Edward Sherwood, of Cincinnati. Chief Edward Miles, of Newport, spoke on “Fire Prevention by the Fire Department.” On Friday, H. L. Huber, of Cincinnati, gave instruction in “First Aid and Life Saving.” On Wednesday evening, Chief Edward Miles and the Newport firemen were hosts at a dinner given the visiting firemen. Over six…

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