Successful Kentucky School
The Kentucky Fire School, held at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, June 8-10, 1948, sponsored by the University’s Department of University Extension, was acclaimed an outstanding success. There were 277 registered enrollees, 205 of whom received certificates of attendance.
Speakers and lecturers included: Harry (Smoky) Rogers, master of ceremonies; Mayor Tom G. Mooney, Lexington; Hon. H. L. Donovan, president, U. of K.; Norman H. Davis, Jr., Underwriters Laboratories, Chicago; Capt. V. A. Beam, teacher-coordinator; Chief H. L. Foster, Louisville Fire Department; Col. John Krusenkleus, Chief, Louisville Fire Department; Robert F. Hamm, Indiana Rating Bureau, Indianapolis; Dr. L. R. Dawson, U. of K.; W. Bush Walden, University of Missouri; W. M. Dening, Office of State Fire Marshal. Kentucky; Chief Walter Salyers, Covington, Ky., Fire Departmerit; H. T. Busby, National Board of Fire Underwriters; G. H. Parker, Kentucky Inspection Bureau; Emmett T. Cox, Western Actuarial Bureau, Chicago; John L. Thompson, Kentucky Inspection Bureau; Hon. Allen Bruckner, Mayor, Winchester, Ky.; Hon. C. P. Thurman, Division of Insurance; George H. Anderson, Springfield, Ill.; Capt. Robert Burdon, Louisville Fire Department; John Townsend, National Board of Fire Underwriters, Chicago; Charles Ransdell, Kentucky Inspection Bureau; Capt. J. E. Berryman, Lexington; Assistant Chief Stanley Ward, Hopkinsville, Ky.; Marshal Hubert Finnegan, Covington Fire Department.
Coordinator Firemen’s Training