TENTATIVE TECHNICAL PROGRAM OF THE I. A. F. C. 1933 CONVENTION

TENTATIVE TECHNICAL PROGRAM OF THE I. A. F. C. 1933 CONVENTION

Important Subjects in Fire Fighting That will be Considered at the 61st Annual Gathering and the Authors

FOLLOWING is the tentative technical program of the sixty-first annual convention of the International Association of Fire Chiefs, which is to take place on the Steamer Seeandbee, from August 21 to 27. This will be subject to subsequent correction.

“Fire Department Administration at Dallas, Tex,” by Chief Rod D. Gambrell, Dallas, Tex.

“What California Learned in Standardization of Hose Threads and Couplings,” by Jay W. Stevens, San Francisco, Cal.

“Are We Fire Alarm Conscious?” by Sherwood Brockwell, Raleigh, N. C.

“Fire Department Problems of the Automotive Industry,” by Chief W. J. Israel, Detroit. Mich.

“The Fire Department Pension System of Milwaukee,” by Chief F’eter Steinkellner, Milwaukee, Wis.

“Forcible Entry Equipment.” by Chief Charles J. Brennan, San Francisco, Cal.

“The District Emergency Plan.” by Ex-Chief James J. Mulcahey, Yonkers, N. V.

“Are Fire Departments Getting the Short End of the New Deal?” by Chief John J. Towey, Newark, N. J.

“What Can be Done to Make the Public as Well as the Fire Officials Fire Protection Conscious,” by Chief Wm. Castimore, Buffalo, N. Y.

“Auxiliary Sprinkler Systems,” by Chief Selden R. Allen, Brookline, Mass.

“Servicing Fire Apparatus and Equipment,” by Ed. Rumsey. Master Mechanic, Detroit, Mich., Fire Department.

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