Issue 11 and Volume 112.

Obituaries DEPARTMENTS Chief Lloyd B. Canfield Lloyd B. Canfield, 62, Beverly Hills, Calif., first fire chief, died after suffering a heart attack at his home in that city on October 1. Chief Canfield, who retired recently after several attacks, had served as chief for 34 years. A member of the International Association of Fire Chiefs, he was past president of the Pacific Coast Inter-Mountain Fire Chiefs Association and a former member of the Governor’s Fire Advisory Board. George L. McKenna George L. McKenna, 77, retired assistant chief and deputy fire commissioner of the New York Fire Department, died September 30. The son of a fireman, he joined the department in 1905 and became a captain in 1910. He was promoted to assistant chief in 1934 and retired in 1941. Several months later he was appointed a deputy fire commissioner by the late Mayor LaGuardia and served in that capacity until…

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