New York State Chiefs Meet in June
The twenty-second annual meeting of the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs will be held in Troy, N. Y., on June 5 in conjunction with the nineteenth annual meeting of the New York State Conference of Mayors and other Municipal Officials. The meetings will be held at the Central Fire Station although the luncheons and the dinner conference has been arranged at the Hotel Hendrick Hudson.
The following program has been planned:
Tuesday, June 5, Morning Session
Opening of Convention—Chief John Gibson, President, Mount Mount.
Welcome to State Fire Chiefs—Mayor Cornelius F. Burns, introduced by Chief Cornelius V. Casey, Troy Fire Department
Response in Behalf of Members of Association—Chief John Gibson, Mount Vernon.
Reading of Minutes of Previous Meeting—Chief J. H. Golden. Secretary-Treasurer, Cohoes.
Selection of Representative to Report at Last Joint Session.
Arson—Grover C. Harrow, National Board of Fire Underwriters.
12:30—“Get Acquainted” Luncheon, Hotel Hendrick Hudson.
The Eastern Association—Charles W. Greenfield, Arlington, N. J., President of New Jersey State Association of Fire Chiefs.
Ventilation of Buildings—Chief Chris W. Noll, Fire Chief. Poughkeepsie.
Cooperation of State Police With Village and Town Fire Departments—Captain Albert B. Moore, State Police, Troy.
7 : 30 p. m.—Joint Session of Conference and Association.
Wednesday, June 6, Morning Session
Rescue Squads—Chief E. J. Brown, Fire Department, Binghamton.
Fire Prevention—Chief R. D. Miller, Niagara Falls Fire Department.
High Pressure Systems—A. H. Thompson, City F.nginecr, Cohoes
Oil-Burning Equipment—Speaker to be announced).
Model Fire Ordinances—William P. Capes. Executive Secretary Mayors’ Conference.
Round Table Discussion General Fire Topics.
Reports and Election of Officers.
7:00 p. m. Dinner Conference, Crystal Ballroom, Hotel Hendrick Hudson.
Thursday, June 7
10:00 a. m.—Joint Session of Conference and Association.
12:30 p. m.—Luncheon and Civic Celebration.
Pumper Tested in Lexington, Ky.—A new F. W. D. combination fire engine purchased by Lexington, Ky., for $12,500 was successfully tested by the Kentucky Actuarial Bureau.