North Dakota Holds Fire School

Issue 10 and Volume 88.

North Dakota Holds Fire School Four two-day fire schools were held during September at four centers in North Dakota, and each was well attended. The same course of instruction was given at each. Henry E. Jurgensen, Instructor, Minneapolis Fire Department, had charge of the practical hose and ladder work; Mr. Jurgensen and Sanford Herberg, salvage evolutions, and pumps and hydraulics. C. B. Craven, School Supervisor, gave an outline of the purpose of the school. A talk on fire prevention was given. The course included, in addition, instruction in inspection, first aid, and demonstrations of the use of the gas mask, and chemical equipment. On the evening of the first day, a fire prevention meeting was held for the public, and a fire drill demonstration staged with the aid of floodlighting equipment. At the last session of the state legislature, money was appropriated for four more schools to be held in…

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