New Pumper for Bridgeport, Conn.
The city of Bridgeport, Conn., has recently added to its fire equipment a new Packard-Northern triple combination car, illustrated herewith. The apparatus cons_____sts of standard twin-six chassis with type “B” pump, and type “C” hose and chemical equipment. It has a guaranteed capacity of 750 gallons per minute at 120 pounds net pump pressure drafting water.
At the annual meeting of the Six County Firemen’s Association, held in Pottsville, Pa., in June, the following officers were elected: President, Henry J. Wittich, Tamaqua, Pa.; Secretary, Fred Zeiser, Shamokin, Pa.; Treasurer, William T. Cullen, Pottsville, Pa.; Chaplain, Rev. C. M. Nicholas, Pottsville, Pa.; Vice-Presidents, Ernest Harsley, Shenandoah-Schuylkill County; Wm. J. Terill, Berwick, Columbia County; Jos. W. Hall, Clarks Summit, Lackawanna County; Geo. Rowe, Mt. Carmel, Northumberland County; Harry Mapstone, Danville, Monteour County; Wesley F. Snyder, West Hazleton, Luzerne County. Chairman Executive Committee, R. Alvin Beisel, Hazleton, Pa. Chairman Law Committee, Charles H. Shlagel, Shamokin, Pa.; Official Stenographer, James A. German, Hazleton, Pa. The next place of meeting is to be Dunmore, Pa. The following named gentlemen were unanimously elected honorary members of Six County Firemen’s Association. Chas. E. Clark, Secretary State Firemen’s Association of Pa.; Hon. John H. Biglow, Hazleton, Pa.; Hon. E. C. Bonniwell, President State Firemen’s Association of Pa.; Hon. William C. Sproul, Governor of Penna.