Chief Aspy Heads Progressive Department

Issue 23 and Volume 79.

Chief Aspy Heads Progressive Department Chief John Aspy, in charge of the fire department at Kokomo, Ind., is very proud of his department and is pleased with the equipment that he has to fight fires. He has been a member of the fire department at Kokomo for ten years of which eight and one-half years were spent as mechanic. For one and one-half years he was assistant chief and on January 4, 1926 he was appointed chief. The department has three fire stations and all AhrensFox equipment. This includes a booster pump, two 750-gallon pumpers, one 75-foot aerial ladder truck and a city service truck. There are forty men in the department. Chief Aspy attended the I. A. F. C. convention at New Orleans in company with the Indiana delegation, and joins with the other fire chiefs in saying that he had a most enjoyable time and he was very…

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