Members of the chamber of commerce fire prevention committee inspected the city’s new street sweeper on Public Square in May 1953. They include, left to right, Theodore Stevens, Floyd E. Ruble, James E. Ford, Deputy Fire Chief Walter L. Schell, Edward T. McLaughlin, Councilman Charles W. Hayes and Clifford Frake, both on the vehicle, E. Ray Linehan, committee vice chairman; Fire Chief Joseph T. Dibble, George C. Peacock, committee chairman; Ray W. Howard, public works superintendent, and Floyd W. Bresnehan. Watertown Daily Times file

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