Troubles of a New Brunswick Fire Company Settled

Troubles of a New Brunswick Fire Company Settled

Members of New Brunswick, N. J., truck company, who resigned upon not being able to agree with the fire committee of common council as to the appointment of auto drivers, are selling the possessions of the company, most of the goods being purchased hy members as souvenirs. Four beds have been placed in the truck house for the use of Fire Chief Harry J. Francis and the drivers for the auto truck and auto engine that will be received bv Liberty hose company. George Kuhn, Jr., and John Deitzel, members of Liberty hose company, have been selected as drivers for their apparatus. Many of the truck company members have served the city as firemen for 30 and a few for 40 years.

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