Leadership

MOTOR APPARATUS NOTES

Issue 3 and Volume 59.

MOTOR APPARATUS NOTES Reports from Philadelphia, Pa., state that Quakertown has received a $6,000 piece of motor fire apparatus. The purchase of two motor combination chemical and hose wagons for the Haverhill, Mass., department is being advocated. In his report for the year 1915 Chief T. J. Gough, of the Conneaut, Ohio, department, recommended a motor-driven city service truck. A new aerial ladder truck which the department at Zanesville, O., has been testing, has been pronounced satisfactory and formally accepted. A new motor pumping engine has been purchased by the Council of Cleveland, Tenn., at a cost of $9,000 and will be delivered on or about April 1. Two new fire trucks recently delivered to the department at Muscatine, la., passed a satisfactory test over slippery pavements and up a steep, unpaved hill. The department at Racine, Wis., has received its new motor ladder truck from the American-La France Company,…

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