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INDIANAPOLIS IS GRAND WINNER INTERNATIONAL FIRE WASTE CONTEST

Issue 14 and Volume 77.

INDIANAPOLIS IS GRAND WINNER INTERNATIONAL FIRE WASTE CONTEST Frank C. Jordan, President of A. H . W . A., Is Chairman of Its Fire Prevention Committee—Meeting of Council at Washington THE city of Indianapolis is grand winner in the National Fire Waste Contest for 1924 conducted by the United States Chamber of Commerce and the National Fire Waste Council. The award was made at a meeting of the Council held here at the National Chamber March 27, 1925. The contest was conducted in four classes, classification being made on a basis of population. Indianapolis is in Class 1, which contains cities of more than 100,000 persons, and thus was winner, too, in its class. In this class Springfield, Mass., was second and the following cities won honors in the order named; Portland, Ore; Reading, Pa.; Milwaukee and Oklahoma City. Winners in the other classes were as follows : Class Two—Winner,…

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