Leadership

FIRE NEWS OF THE WEEK

Issue 22 and Volume 38.

FIRE NEWS OF THE WEEK Special correspondence of FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING The new firetug at Milwaukee, Wis., will be called the Manitowoc. The mayor of Baltimore favors increasing the pay of the city’s firemen. James Hargan succeeds J. A. Zerck as chief of the Madison, Ind., fire department. The Oak Park volunteer fire company of Sacramento, Cal., has C. A. Fical as its chief. Village Clerk Edward Myers, former chief of the Horsehead, N. Y., fire department, was recently killed there. A dropped match caused a fire at Penn’s Manor, Pa., which destroyed all the outbuildings of the Robbins’ farm. The fire department of Aberdeen, Wash., whose chief is C. Koehler, has just celebrated its fifteenth anniversary. After an interval of six years, the firemen of Ida Grove, Idaho, gave a benefit dance on the night of November 23. At Watervliet, N. Y., the politics of a fire department…

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