Issue 15 and Volume 73.

CORRESPONDENCE Is the Triple Combination Desirable for Small Towns? To the Editor: In your issue of March 24, 1923, on page 463, under the heading of “What is your opinion in this matter?” there is an article that every city official should read before purchasing a triple combination chemical and hose pumper. A triple combination is not as efficient for a small town as the advertisements read. If you are going to give the best service to your city you must separate the hose and chemical in two units. A pumper is a fine thing for the small town, but it should he put on the hose car and the chemicals left free to give quick first-aid service. We made the same mistake and as soon as it was shown to us in the shape of blazing facts, we changed. We now have one Northern 6-h. p. twin chemical unit,…

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