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RADIO USED IN AUSTIN, TEX., FOR DISPATCH OF ALL ALARMS

Issue 6 and Volume 92.

RADIO USED IN AUSTIN, TEX., FOR DISPATCH OF ALL ALARMS System Ties in With Police Station, But May Be Used Independently—Fire Service Improved by Two New Fire Stations AUSTIN, Tex., has improved its Fire Department by the addition of two fire stations, replacing obsolete buildings, and with the addition of a new amplifier and two-way radio system that has revolutionized its communication system. A central station of modern design and well arranged, costing approximately $45,000, was built under a PWA grant. The ground floor space is divided into a recreation room, fire alarm room, two offices and an apparatus room housing six pieces of equipment. The building is so situated that three driveways lead into each of the intersecting streets. The hose drying racks are conveniently located at the rear of the building and are accessible from a separate driveway. The roomy, well-ventilated upstairs dormitory is almost entirely surrounded by…

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