New Records Established By Twenty-Third F.D.I.C.

Issue 2 and Volume 104.

New Records Established By Twenty-Third F.D.I.C. A STAFF REPORT THE Twenty-Third Annual Fire Department Instructors Conference at Memphis, Tenn., lived up to the reputation of its predecessors, and to the hopes of its adherents. The attendance, well over 900, and the heavy business program undertaken during four days, almost without interruption, attests the fact. Registrants this year came from 38 states, the District of Columbia and Canada, to join in the Conference, which is sponsored jointly by the Fire Prevention Department of the Western Actuarial Bureau and the Fire Department of the City of Memphis, of which John C. Klinck is chief. High spotting this year’s Conference were the panel discussions on such subjects as civil defense, “Bugs in Fire Fighting,” keeping apparatus rolling, and numerous quiz sessions participated in by leaders in the fire service. This year there was an increase in audience participation, and in visual instruction. This…

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