Quarterly Meeting of Association Held at Long Branch, N. J.— Round Table Discussion of Current Problem Features Meeting

GOV. HARRY A. MOORE, of New Jersey, was the chief speaker at the quarterly meeting of the New Jersey State Fire Chiefs’ Association held at Long Branch, N. J., June 21.

He told the chiefs that they were in a responsible position and that many were working under great handicaps as they were employed by municipalities without funds. Gov. Moore said the chiefs were not the only ones with depression problems. as the $100,000,000 farming industry in the state and the $10,000,000 shellfish industry had to be assisted.

President Charles W. Greenfield of the association thanked the Governor for his splendid address.

Mayor D. MacFaddan, of Long Branch, in welcoming the visitors said the firemen had a large share in the welfare of the state and that the association supplied the highest type of firemen. Others who spoke were Comm. Jones, Samuel B. Zartman, Commissioner of Public Safety, Congressman Sutphin of Monmouth County and Chris Hasselhuhn, President of the New Jersey State Firemen’s Association.

The Chiefs are backing the movement to secure the 1936 convention ot the National Safety Congress for Atlantic City.

R. C. Cadman, of the New Jersey Schedule Rating Office, congratulated Monmouth County for being the first county in the state to complete hose standardization.

The round table discussion covered such topics as: What advantage have chemical tanks over booster tanks? How to extinguish chimney fires. How to investigate arson. Should all fires be investigated and what should be the nature of the investigations?

Mr. Johnson, of the D. L. & W. R. R., and Mr. Hopper, of the Lehigh R. R., were present to describe the trips arranged by their respective railroads for the coming convention of the International Association of Fire Chiefs at Milwaukee, Wis.

The following were present at the meeting:

Add N. J. Chiefs

Nat. Alexander, Laurel Springs

John W. Ambrose, Dunellen

E. S. Amerinan, Morristown

Wm. Balbach, Keansburg

Edward D. Balentine, Irvington

Ernest G. Beckert, West New York

O. F. Beutell, Red Bank

Robert Beyer, Keansburg

Chas. W. Bodine, Morristown

G. R. Bodine, Long Branch

Chas. J. Brady, Cartaret

H. W. Breder, Egg, Harbor City

Frank A. Brown, Newark

Harry A. Brown, Highlands

C. Buono, Hawthorne

Chas. S. Burr. Bordentown

R. M. Cadman, Red Bank

H. Campbell, Irvington

C. S. Chandler, Elizabeth

Henry A. Christ, Milltown

Thomas Coburn, Harrison

S. B. Conver, Ocean City

L. M. Crane, W. Caldwell

F. P. Crater, Gladstone

Wm. Crawford, Cedar Grove

John J. Cullinan, Morristown

G. F. Cumming, Bogota

Gus L. Day, Mendham

Dwight C. Decker, Nutley

J. C. Dempsey, Long Branch

Mr. D’Esposito, E. Rutherford

C. H. Dongal, Livingston

Edward Filtz, Irvington

Marvin Fisher, Delanco

Joseph E. Fix, Red Bank

Harry J. Francis, New Brunswick

Vernon Garabrant, Mendham

Joseph A. Geiger, Bayonne

ohn J. Gilday, Hoboken

Wm. S. Ginglen, Bordentown

Frank Gloor, Totowa

A. Green, Morris Township

Frcelan M. Green, Morristown

C. W. Greenerd, Roseland

Chas. Grecnwald, New Brunswick

W. H. Grills, Oceanport

H. J. Groom, Englishtown

Chas. A. Harvey, Long Branch

Chris H. Hasselhuhn, Carlstadt

J. David Hayes, Millburn

E. O. Hemion, E. Rutherford

Arthur Holt, Hawthorne

Kenneth H. Hopper, Newark

Wm. M. Howatt, Kearney

Wm. K. Hunter, Haddonfield

L. K. Jackson, Long Branch

Fred John, Dumont

Charles F. Johnson, Harrison

Raymond P. Johnson, W. Caldwell

Frank Johnston, Gladstone

G. Earle Joline, Long Branch

M. T. Kennedy, W. Change

J. M. Kimble, Delanco

Thomas P. Klimback, W. Caldwell

Joseph I. Knyslind, Long Branch

Adolf Kolberg, Dumont

J. L. Kulney, New Brunswick

George J. Kuss, New York City

Ed Leinpeter, Port Reading

James LeParr, Hawthorne

E. H. McAllister, Moorestown

John B. McNamara, Summit

Julius Magash, Bloomfield

G. Mair, Carteret

Frank T. Maliszewski, South River

B. R. Mascutello, Long Branch

Arthur R. Mason, Masonville

John J. Masterson, N. Caldwell

A. Matoosky, Deal

V. F. Miller, Manasquan

Geo. S. Mitchell, E. Orange

A. Mondrone, Bound Brook

Paul J. Moore, Newark

Chas. J. Morris, N. Bergen

Arthur H. Mueller, E. Orange

M. C. Murphy, Arlington

H. E. Nelson, Long Branch

William F. O’Neill, Weehawken

A. J. Parker, Highlands

G. H. Peary, Bogota

Peter Peterson, Port Reading

J. H. Petz, Long Branch

C. P. Phillips, Kirkwood

Mr. Pidsburg, Hawthorne

A. V. Pierson, Hightstown

Chas. Pinkavo, Springfield

O. B. Presbcy, Long Branch

Wm. G. Presbey, Long Branch

J. H. Preston, Manasquan

Richard D. Quinn, Livingston

C. W. Rapp, Cartaret

Harry C. Rapp, Carteret

William Rapp, Carteret

K. B. Ridley, Teaneck

K. V. Ridley, Teaneck

Frank P. Rizzolo, Kearney

Vincent D. Roache, Morristown

Samuel E. Rogers, Red Bank

Herliert Schell, Asbury Park

Joseph Schiavo, Port Reading

Emil Schmick, Verona

Charles Schroeder, South River

Joseph Schwark, Long Branch

David Scott, Morristownship

Walter Scott, Kearny

Robert Smith, Ocean City

E. S. Spinning, Bernardsville

H. H. Stager, Long Branch

Merwin Stein, Long Branch

Henry Stolz, Bound Brook

William S. Taggart, Asbury Park

G. Elmer Thompson, Mendham

J. J. Towey, Newark

Fred A. Trowbridge, Morristown

Theodore Vallacchi, Bernardsville

George L. Vanderbergh, Englishtown

Peter Van Dorn, Clifton

Edward H. Van Ness, Livingston

Emil A. Vogel, Middlesex

John R. Vogel, Totowa Borough

Richard Weaver, E. Rutherford

K. P. West, Oceanport

Chas. A. White, Long Branch

Chas. N. White, Long Branch

Paul White, Long Branch

N. N. Wolpert, FIRE ENGINEERING, New York City

D. A. Woodhouse, New York City

John Zanet, Clifton

Wm. Ziegler, Hackensack

Edward J. Zimmerman, Gladstone

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