The Village of Warwick Sesquicentennial Committee, the Warwick Fire Department and the Albert Wisner Public Library sponsored another in the series of Second Sunday Conversations on Sun., Dec. 10. Buzz Joslyn, a member of the Warwick Fire Department, led a discussion of the history of the Warwick Fire Department, assisted by a number of members of the History Committee. Buzz listed every major fire call from the past 40 years and the discussion also covered the history of the equipment, including the old fashioned ‘man killer,’ which was a hand pump that needed the power of eight men on each side to pump for water after the men pulled to the site where it was needed. Buzz recalled a time when all the fire trucks had open cabs and driving back from a fire in the winter, the inside & outside of the windshield was so frozen, he drove back to the firehouse in a standing position. Of special note is the fact that the Warwick Fire Dept. is made up of all volunteers.