Films on Water Fog Tests Prove Successful

Issue 12 and Volume 107.

Films on Water Fog Tests Prove Successful Two films are much in demand these days by fire schools, colleges and various fire service organizations and groups. They are “Using Water Wisely” and “Master Spray Stream Problems.” They constitute photographic reports of the Exploratory Committee on the application of water which is sponsored jointly by the Fire Department Instructors Conference and the Fire Service Training Association and is composed of fire chiefs, instructors in firemanship and fire protection engineers. Emmett Cox, Senior Field Officer, Fire Prevention Department, Western Actuarial Bureau, Chicago, and Vice-Chairman of the F.D.I.C., is chairman of the committee. All of the photography is by members of the photographic subcommittee of which C. N. Clanton, As- sistant Chief Engineer, Kansas Inspection Bureau, is Director. The firm was edited and scripts written by the sub-committee, and all material turned over to Steve Smith Pictures, Route 6, Topeka, Kans., for completion…

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