Clem Smith Makes Change Clem Smith, Indiana State Fire Marshal, resigned his post, which he has held for over twelve years, to become second vice president and chief instructor of the Police & Firemen’s Insurance Association. Clem has been a director of the organization for some time. He fills a vacancy caused by the death of the president, John C. Loucks, former chief of the Indianapolis, Ind., Fire Department. Prior to beginning his new duties we understand, Clem took a month’s leave of absence to close up the affairs of the Indiana State Fire Marshal Department. His work as fire marshal has brought him national prominence. The Police and Firemen’s Insurance Association writes insurance for police and firemen over the United States; its home offices and Clem’s future address, are 221 East Ohio Street, Indianapolis, Indiana.