Co-Operation Made Impossible by Non-Standardized Couplings

Co-Operation Made Impossible by Non-Standardized Couplings

The fire departments of the twenty-four cities named below, could not be assisted by any other fire department of the State, in case outside help is required, and in only very few instances could the departments of these cities be of service to each other. This condition is brought about by a wide difference in the size and number of threads of the hose couplings used in all cities. The municipalities in question are as follows: Auburn, Aurora, Batesville, Brookville, Brownstown, Bloomington, Corydon, Farmland, Greensburg, Jonesboro, Logansport, Madison, Marion, Middletown, Monticcllo, New Albany, North Vernon, Rising Sun, Sullivan, Vernon, Vincennes, Walkerton, Washington, and Winamac, Ind.

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