Leadership

What’s Burning

Issue 10 and Volume 101.

What’s Burning THE following list includes fires of $10,000 loss and over in the United States and Canada for the month of September, 1948. Month Ending September 30, 1948 Eatontown, N. J.—Crystal Brook Inn, a restaurant and tavern, Route 35, north of main entrance to Fort Monmouth, destroyed. New York, N. Y.—Factory bldg., East River, Astoria, Queens, damaged. Cleveland, Ohio—Rocky River Greenhouse Co. damaged. Tacoma, Wash.—Wooden screen, Forman’s AutoVue Drive-In destroyed. Defective wiring. Louisville, Ky.—Bldg, occupied by Kentucky Paper Box Company and Finger Paper Box Company damaged. Appleton, Wis.— Fruit and vegetable whse, of Cohen Bros., destroyed. Gas explosion. Eau Claire, Wis.—Hansen Furniture Store destroyed. Three adj business bldgs, damaged. Edinburg, Ind.—Hill Bros., Inc., wood veneer mill, damaged Calgary Alta.—Oil well of Atlantic Co., Leduce Field, destroyed. Calgary. Alta.— Bldg, occupied by Canadian Fairbanks Morse and Electrcial Contracting & Machine Co., dsetroyed. Paint remover. West Haven, Conn.— Factory of Metal…

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