Boiler Maintenane - The News Palladium (Benton Harbor, MI) 11 May 1966, page 29
Pavement a time to of true. In Boiler Maintenance Sponsored By Theisen-Clemens A fifth class for anyone involved in boiler maintenance of coal, oil, or gas fired boilers, will be held by Theisen-Clemens company, of St. Joseph, Thursday, Thursday, May 19, at Jefferson school in St. Joseph. The session will begin at 7:30 p.m. Plant engineers, janitors and boiler operators in Southwest Michigan may participate as well as any others involved in work on boilers and allied equipment. Boiler s u b j e c t s will be covered by Harold Probandt of Clever-Brooks company, M i 1- waukee, Wis., and water treatment treatment by Roger F. Stemen of Mitco, Inc., Grand Rapids. Both are specialists in their fields. Other topics to be covered include oil burner maintenance, HMe. JUST COME VISITIN6 A MOST COUNTRY; (VHEN ONE LEAD6R UNE FbR /MILES Tsee HIM. electronic controls Â»ad combustion combustion control, and boiler cleaning and lay-up. Past sessions have drawn over 100 engineers and custodians custodians as well as school superintendents, superintendents, architects, and consulting consulting engineers who require further knowledge in these sub- iects. The gymnasium at Jefferson school is made a v a i l a b l e ihrough the business office of the St. Joseph schools whose cooperation has insured the success of the four previous toiler schools hold in 1955, 1958, 1959, and 1963, according to Robert L. Hickman, combustion engineer for Theisen-Clemens. Refreshments will be serve after the session. ^ . Farm Report WASHINGTON (AP) - Th Department of Commerce say the number of Michigan farm specializing in field crops ha increased and livestock opera lions have decreased. The num her of farms engaged primarilj in raising field crops totalet 16,445 in 1964, compared wit! 15,497 the previous year. Love stock farms fell from 9,849 to 8,725 in the same period.