New Coffee Wagon Serves Boston

Issue 8 and Volume 83.

New Coffee Wagon Serves Boston A new emergency truck of the New England Division of the Salvation Army has been placed in service. It is painted red and equipped with a bell and flashing traffic light. The machine will be used for furnishing coffee and doughnuts to firemen at all large fires within a radius of fifty miles of Boston. It replaces the former truck which was worn out. Funds for the purchase of the new car were raised by donations from fire departments, clubs, and individuals. Among the contributions received was one of $100 from the Box 52 Association of Boston . The Hull, Mass., Fire Department also made a generous gift in recognition of the service rendered by the Salvation Army at two large fires in Nantasket Beach. Adjutant Floyd L. Keller was in charge of raising the fund. The machine can be used as an ambulance if…

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