Cartoons: Firefighter Fun

These firefighters find humor among the hazards!

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“Would you mind starting a fire here? Our ladders won’t go any higher.”
Sauré
December 1, 1945

 

“You’re new here, aren’t you?”
Fred Levinson
October 1, 1955

 

Ford Button
September 16, 1961

 

 

“That one is for false alarms.”
Reamer Keller
September 15, 1956

 

“Ever get a mad desire to suddenly whirl and let them have it?”
Robert Day
August 11, 1956

 

“All right, knock it off.”
Joseph Zeis
January 2, 1960

 

 

Paul Peter Porges
December 2, 1961

 

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  1. These are all pretty funny, I think. My 2nd favorite is #5 down by Robert Day. I’m sure the thought of turning the fire hose on gathered crowds and blasting them with water has probably crossed a few firemen’s minds. #1 by Saure is definitely one of the best cartoons I’ve ever seen in the Post or anywhere.

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