Kansas Firemen Meet in Wichita
Three hundred firemen attended the three-day short course and annual convention of the Kansas State Firemen’s Association held in Wichita, June 12-14.
Instructors at the school included Harold G. Ingham, Lawrence; Harry K. Rogers, Western Actuarial Bureau, Chicago; Clarence Goldsmith, Assistant Chief Engineer, National Board of Fire Underwriters; William DeRohen, National Board of Fire Underwriters, Chicago; Prof. Henry Werner, Kansas University; E. J. Stewart, Chief Engineer. Kansas Inspection Bureau, Topeka; O. J. Swander, assistant to Mr. Stewart; Carl Lund, President, Oklahoma State Fire Prevention Association. The short course was under the auspices of the University of Kansas.
Chief F. P. Moore, Newton, was elected President of the Kansas State Association of Fire Chiefs. The other officers are George L. Lacy, Garnett, Vice-President; K. D. Doyle, Wamego, re-elected. Secretary-Treasurer; Trustees, Charles Marsh, Peabody, Otto Geisler, Leavenworth and Paul Ingels, Lawrence.
A visit was made to the airport at night to watch the night liners arrive and depart.