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May 18 in history

8:38 PM, May 17, 2013  |  Comments
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May 18, 1937 - Cats, rubbish, cars keep firemen on run: A number of small alarms engaged the attention of the Green Bay Fire department yesterday. In the afternoon a cat was removed from a tree at the corner of Dousman Street and Oakland Avenue by the use of a little water from a booster line. A grass fire was extinguished near the Chicago and North Western railroad right of way in the 100 block on N. Broadway.

Children burning rubbish caused a small fire in a barn belonging to John Olejniczak at 1500 Porlier Street. The damage was about $2, and the fire was out on arrival.

A car belonging to Art Zelnene parked at the corner of W. Mason Street and 10th Avenue caught fire from a short in the battery wires at 7:38 last night. Damage was about $10.

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